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FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 1912 Hustonville. An announcement of interest to i our community Ls on Tuesday Aug. of Dr. C. W. Sommcrvillc, Overestimated Space Retween Top ,20. I Clurksvillc, Tcnn., will arrive- to con Of Doer and Lead of Straw duct protracted services nt the With Horrible Results Prcshytcrinn church. Dr. Sommor-villo- 's prenehing aroused much inwho hns George Urown, n iKgro terest when ho preached hero Inst been working for the Embry brothAll cordinlly invited to ers on tho Lancaster pike for some yenr. time, died Friday, h the result of in- attend all the services. Messrs. Hugh and Walter Iiluiu juries received Tucsdny, when be struck the top of tho big doorwny arrived Saturday for n visit to Hev. nt the entrance- to Ntinnellcy stock C. It. Bluin. Sfcsdnmes J. A. Hammonds mid yards, while driving iu with n lond of straw. He bud overestimated tho It. L. SIcKechnio wero in Stanford spneo between the top of tho door shopping Mondny. nnd the height of his lond, and drivSlisscs Maggie and Willie Allen ing from the top of the load, was Wcfe in otAlifttld fur it sbuit tim'e struck, iiinshed down uiul fearfully Monday afternoon. injured. Sirs. F. F. Snnddgc nnd charming The negro's back wns broken two daughter Sliss Laura, were here ribs cnvcil iu, one penetrating n lung shopping Slonday afternoon. and ns n. result of the broken back, Sliss Pok v Cincinnati, is the his body wns pnralyzed completely guest of the Susses Allen. from the waist down. Sir. H. L. SrcKechnie, of MontDrown was regarded as a good negro mid wns u good "hnnd" on gomery, Ala., joined hirf wife here the fiirm. He was about 45 yenrs Ihursduy for a visit to Sir. and Sirs, of age, nnd is survived by a wife J. A. Hammonds. Sir. Clintlcs Warriner, of Chatta nnd two children. nooga, is visiting his nunt, Sirs. Wil liam Myers. CURRENT Sirs. Wallace Steele, of Kllisburg, May Soon Be Supplied Local Elec- was here for a short tune Saturday Slessrs. Jones Dnughmnu and tric Power Users. Randolph Coffey, )f Slorelmul, weie here Saturday. General Munnger George L. PenCol. Geo. D. Wenthorford attend & ny, of the 8tmiford Water Light cd the fair at Danville Thursday. Ice Co., is working bard upon the Sir. Grimes Deuzlcy was he.'c for proposition of furnishing u a few hours Thursday. electric- current to Stanford conSlis Frances SIcClure, of Lexingsumer. He has been making trips ton, is the guest of Sliss Annie Floyd to a number. of of investigation Sir. James Deck, of New Castle, cities where the "juice" is supplied is with the homefolks for u few till the dny around as well us nt week. uicht. nnd believes that the time is Denver Nenl has returned from a not fnr distant when it will be a go visit to Tom Back in New Castle He is now getting in Stanford. Tnd. from vnrious electric supSlisses Lelia nnd Annie Belle ply houses as to the cost of instal- Wheeler have arrived for n visit to ut! whatever additional malation Sir. nnd Sirs. Charles Wheeler. chinery will be necessary to comJudge Lincoln Wells, of Liberty, plement the already splendid equip- was hero for a few lours Thursday. ped plant which his company pper-.ute- s Sir. and Sirs. T. A. Heynicrson, of here. Kllisbuig, was here shopping ThursSir. Penny has nbout come to the day. conclusion tbnt a day current can Sir. nnd Sirs. R. L. McKechnie, be inndo n paying proposition here. SIises Hose nnd SInrgarct SrcCor-inne- k Just as soon ns the people undernnd Dr, Kdw-orAlcorn atstand and appreciate its possibili- tended the Danville, fair Friday. ties, it undoubtedly will prove proSINs Eddie T. Carenter visited fitable. Not alone will it supply the Slis Pearl Faulkner ut Dnnvil!cthis motive energy for large power ucrs. week. hut the opportunity for cooling iu Sliss Eddie T. Carpenter, visited the summer with electric fans, elec Sliss Slargaret McCorniuck last tric heaters in winter, electric wash- week. ing machines, electric sewing ma Sirs. Will Itiffe is the guest at chines, motors, tonsters, percolator. Crab Orchard Springs for two weeks sutficient to provide nu extensive is SIer. Chns nnd, Frank North patronage, once the use- - t'i which spent last week camping and fishthe mysterious power can be put, ing on the Cumberland river. nre understood. A prominent conSliss Irvine, of Louisville, is tractor says be wants n tcn.horse guest of Rev. mid Sirs. Surles. the Mwer motor to operate a small planThe .Misses Aliens hnve for their ing mill, ns soon as the power can guest Sliss Pope, of Cincinnati. bp had. Ho visited Danville and saw Sliss Alma Darker ha returned the electric motors doing all the from an extended visit to Knoxville. work for a big planing mill there, Slessrs. Sylvester Newton und nnd will install one ju-- t ns soon as Thomas Ncwbers attended the dance get the current iu the day at Junction City last Wednesday he can time. Several other big power users evening. have also arranged to cut out gasoSliss Sfuttie Lipps has returned to line engines entirely when the day Oklahoma where she will nguui curient can be obtained. teach school. arrange-sseu- ts Sir. Penny hopes to have Sir. C. T. Dohon, of Lebanon, was completed so that the current the of Sir. and Sirs. G. C. cnu be put to work by caily spring, Itiffe last week. if not before tbnt. Sirs. Katherine Culberson, of Covington, is the guest of her sister, Some Election Aftermath Sirs. II. II. Camnitz. Sliss Larry SI. Alcorn, of ChicaProf. J. W, Dinsmore. of lierea, the republican candidate for con- go, hns returned from Hugo, Okla.. gress, who hud no opirositiou for the where she visited her brother. J. G. nomination, polled only 240 votes iu Carlisle Alcorn. Sliss Beitbn Ends most chnnu-ing- il the county last Saturday. The entertnined Tuesday evening at (iiiestiou now being asked about him is whether he is u Tuft or a Hoose- their pictty country home' for her visitor. Sirs. Carlisle Norfleet. of velt man. The ofllciul count iu Lincoln show- Dart, Ky- Slayor J. SL Wallace, Col. Edward ed that llu rch received 0DI majority over Puryear, one more than was Dillehay and Sir. Flagg, of Danville, Hist reported; Sullivan got 83 votes were registered at the Weatherford in the county instead of 82, as tlrst Hotel Slonday evening for dinner. Sirs. Slary Logan celebrated her given, mid llohlam's plurality for ( ircuit Clerk was 1,0. Iu tho re- 81st birthday on last Momluv her publican magisterial nice at Crab guests were: Slis. Jock Dosley aged Orchard, a typographical error gave 7!l, Sliss Sarah Curtis aged unJudge Cultoii 101 votes when it known, .Many useful and handsome should luive been 10 votes. Slarsh-n- ll present wore received. New laud, the democratic candiA Splendid En'rtalnment date there, who was without opposiTlie Olde Folke'fc Concert ut the tion, polled 120 votc. Voters had little trouble in "get- Opera House last Thursday night ting onto" the primary ballots. Ono was enjoyed by all who wew presvoter at Kowland, however, is re- ent. It win, given under the uuspiccs ported to have declared that he bad of the ladies, of the Pie.sbyteriaii never voted anything but the chinch. Those who took part woiu straight democratic ticket iu his old fashion costumes, which furnishife, and he dodu't niopose. to begin ed it great deal of' amusement lis the to scratch now, so he put one cross most of the costumes were so old under the oo-tand let it go at they weie ridiculous. Sir. J. ('. who wa instructor of concert that. Harvey Helm got every vote foi deserves much prai.-- e for ho carried out hi pait well. congress in the Shelhv City precinct in Doyle county. Not one was re- Slisscs Pat Alcorn, Slury lliggiiis, uiwl Jennie Wurieu also deserve corded against him. Going some. Down iu Adair county the Helm mention. Thu solos that were sung leaders and the Sullivan workers by Sir. Charles Osborne, of Knox-villnnd Slisses Slury Klinbeth entered into nu agreement that neither .uile would use nny money to Walts, of Louisville, mid Elizabeth were thoroughly eujoved bv buy voter. Doth stuck rigidly to Ilk-githe ntriecment, nnd as u result, tho all. The ladies of the Presbyterian picking for the "Hunt'' was rutbor church lire very grateful to pll, to slim there. This is u stand that is all who helped them. bound to como iu every election beGeorge D. Florence attended n fore long. What's the mattiy with having biich an agreement among meeting of the republican state centhe candidates before the county tral committee at Louisville, us the primary next vearT Mote of this Eighth district member. A number of contests were passed upon. , later. NEGRO 'Jl-hoes Panr wW sttf wHen time is up, n Watch the data and Renew Promptly. ywr label J " FOUKDED 1800. G3d YE All. NO. 01 TUESDAYS AND FRTOAYS. PLUCKY YOUNG LADY ' ROWLAND P0ST0FFICE Twa Mere AutemeWles. TO IE DISCONTINUED Messrs. Leo Kuplcy mid John Owsley Hcid went t (aiieiniiati Supplied With Mall Prominent iuslness Man e( McKIn- - Monday night to buy nn automobile Patrons Will le for Mr. Ituplcv. Ho bought a two By Either of Two Rural nev .and Esteemed ly Every passenger, Hcgnl cnr. Thoy drove Routes. One A Self Made Man. through from Cincinnati in the car. Will Mocker ban nlso joined the Notification has been received Kimry Ij. Tanner, one of the most ranks of local nulo owner with one from the I'osloffico Department nt prominent citizen of Lincoln coun- of the popular Font touring cilrs. Washington that the postoffice nt ty, after a short illness, died nt his y Kowland, one mile from Stanford is Services at Hue Uck. homo in McKinncy, this county, morning nt 4 o'clock, in the There will lie till day services nt to bo discontinued. The receipts of 8:id jeur of Ins nee. In his dentil the Hlue Liek Hnptist church, Stimlav the offfcc luivo not been sufficient Anj?ust '1. The irojrnm wn as foU for its mnintenniice, uiul furthermore low: Sunday school at 0 A. M., prncticnlly everyone who hns been talk by W. M. Stunics, on IiiHtruc-tio- supplied with mail at this x(iiit can to the parent mi raising the ,,n,tiWrd bjr G. ,,. IlflSty. be served equally as tvcl! from cither f'Miidi'rn, Dinner l::i(; ttilk by J. C. McClnry, Itiiral route No. 1 or Itural Itmitc on Sunday nchool in Kcncrnl. Chil- No. I. dren exercises ul- 2 i0. Lndies ex- The discontinuance of this office, ercies followed by Misses Mary will menu the retirement from Uncle Daucbertv, Mnv StniiKcr, and I'cnil Dnujjherty, and Mollie Sum's frcrvice of Frank L. Cordicr, llnuiMpy. Talk by G. Singleton mi who hns beon tho efficient postmastHomo Missiouc, followed by M. U. er for some time. He has been in Conic bad health lately, but has always Snlin Everybody invited. nnd hnii): your basket, dinner on given entire satisfaction as an tlie grounds. n btitb the public and government. Young Waynesburq Farmer No More With Howland blotted off the Oeorjje Florence, n well known postoffico map, what nee promised young farmer of the Wnyneshurj; to become a very thriving communisection, died at bis home there curlv ty will practically lose its identity. in the. week of dread consumption. In yenrs gone by when the rnilroud from which he hud been u sufferer division had henduurtcrs .it How. He wns just 'M bind, the town was quite a business for Home time. year nt ace, and is mrrvived by bis point, and was u splendid feeder for the business interests of Stanford. l.inroln county loses one of its wor-thi- wife nnd several small children. Mr. It dentb knell wns sounded however u Christian nnd ready mo- -t substantial citizens, Florence wa and when the division wns moved away, who loss will le severely felt only and prepared to meet his maker. Hi and since that time, u few little were laid to rest in Buffaby bis fnuiily, but bv the whole com-in- n remain lo Siriii): Cemetery v)n Wednesday stores, the postoffice and the depot nit y in which be lived. where the K. C. nnd Knoxville diwns n native of Ten- with services at tin grave bv Jlr. visions intersect, is nbout all Mr. Tanner tlnt is Nash- J, ('. McClnry. nessee, having been born near left of the once bustling little, city. ville,, mid when about 18 year of Col. Elkin Came Home to Vote nee h left the plnce of bin nativity NO ELECTION begin the activities of life for Col. M. F. Klkiu, if Lexjugton, to located nt Rowemi camo home to vote in the democratic For School Trustee Was Held Sathimself. He first river in this primary last Saturday, making the im the Cumberland urday at Preachersville. .Stnte, where be remained for seven 14th time be bus como back to hi eight years and then moved to obi home to cast his ballot. Col. or l'reacliersville. Aug. 8 There wns liberie. Casey county at which Klkiu lias not lived in Stanford for no election Saturday at Preachers-vill- e actively engaged in that length of time, but bu declared place he was school trustee. Notices busings until 187l. when bo moved that be never expected to change bis were for posted, a small crowd gatherofficial voting residence, so the Ides ed, but McKinnev where be ban since to Shortly after bis removal to of November, and now the August At Hobbsthe doors were not upencd. schools bouse n good siz-Liberty. Mr. Tanner was married to I'rimary generally find him wenderow( wns present and aa elecu m-ing Ills wny toward Lincoln, where Mj,f. Elizabeth Vandoveer, tion was held between five nnd six she of the late I). W. Vandcveer. nnd with his heart i ever turning, bo o'clock, icsulting in the choice of SI On one occasion he mi.vs. seven 'f the ten children iind a trustee. .. His made a trip of 1,41)0 miles to come r. Lawrence Dyeboiisc union was blessed which their Win. received only Tli pliildreii arc K. L. homo to vote. It was for Hryau in i.:... a few vote. The old viva voce sysTanner. Jr., John I.. Tanner, of Ore..' 18'Jtl, ai.d he say that be never tem of voting was used with J. S. i aimer, l cast a vote with moic pleasure in Pcttuo as clerk. V. M. Tinnier, linil Ml. As there was no McKinney. Mr. W. K. Slmgurs. of bis life. election heie. which is n t, mid Sirs. II. C Niinnclley, (hi place and an account of other slight McKinney. .f Winchester. technicalities incident to the manDiiriiut his whole life Mr. 1 mines Miss Mury Carter uiul Miss Flor- ner in which the election was hejd. wan actively engaged in fanning and ence Heck, of near Stanford were it is very evident the validity nnd mercantile pursuit and was always the guests of Mis. It. II. Mctcnlf the filial outcome of the issue will diector in one or more banks. He this week. u bo questioned. was a man of exceptional business The graded school commented supplemented capacity, which was here Monday with u Ian: attendA MOTHER IN ISRAEL by a high cense of honor and un- ance with Mr. Caldwell lis principal bounded energy. Possessed of these and Miss Mada Hutler as Assistant. Passes To Her Reward When Mrs. ipiulitieutioiis be wn bound to sucMr. Hairy Jaeolw, wife and pretJake Russell Lipases River. ceed and did succeed f.r at the time ty little duughter, Ada left Tuesday of of bis death he was possessed for a ten days' visit with friends at .Mis. Jake ltussell died ut her one of the largest estate in the Louisville and KlunhetMowi., home near Hiistoiivillc Saturday county. Up was in every sense, the The patrons of the Turiiersville iircbitcct of bis own fortune, for dint lict bad ipiitc a wanu election morning July 27th, nfler a lingering illness of tuberculosis. Although home to begin the batwhen be left of tlis tiustecs last week, Mr. J. W. tle of life his possessions consisted 1'rakc winning by a majority of :I9 her death camu. not une.Dected, us of n horse, a wagon, and five dollars 'ole. Herbert Heyiwids is leaebiag she had been ill for several months, sti'i her loied ones unit Friends can in CJlell. school theie and mij they are buv-iii- '.' not help being filled with grief over For more than half a century he u good attendance this term. her lo-for a dear Christian mothhud been a consistent and active Miss Lelia and Uevel (lonch, West of Lexington, and er she was and truly uoiie knew her member of the Christiiiu"Tluiroh. of Somerset, were the leaves to his children not only an guest"' of Mr. Hooch's sUtcr, Mrs. hut to love her. At nH times hhc was willing to sacrifice what was dear iibuiulnnce of hi world's goods, but T. II. Siuuletou this week. to her for the sake of other. She which is of far greater value, tbnt Stroud Gouch mid his familyjnov-c- d alwayi, hml a word of cheer and enthe heritage of a goo,l inline. to Somerset thin week, whete ho couragement to those iu trouble. McKinney He will be buried at has it irood positi,ii with the ColumMrs. ltussell had been u member cemetery at '2 1'. M.. today uiidei bia Single Tree Co., at that place. of the Hustonville Christian church of the .Masonic the Mi. II. ('. XtuiMclley, of Winfes. of which lodsre be wa long ter, was called home by the death for years, nnd her beautiful Chris-tia- u life and character should be nu member, after funeral services at of her father. Mr. It. I.. Tanner. example for all, who knew her. bis residence. II. ('. Hooch and two boy Wilson, Sirs, ltussell was in her 07th year and Hubert of Somerset, spent n and wns .Miss Ellen Powar, of CasR. G. Pettut has Narrow Escape few days this week with the home-folk- ey comity before her marriage to The Lancaster Record cays; While Sir. J. II. ltussell some 52 years ago. hi home from town last voina to Mis. J. 11. Smith and pretty little She is survived by her nge'd husband Sundivy afternoon in ii buggy drawn daughter, Alice Mane, of Morrow, who is a veteran of the Civil war, by n puir of spirited horses. Mr. (la., beie on a visit to Mr. having served n number of vwirs Richard 0. Pcltiis, of near Picnch- - Smith tarc s parents, Mr. and Sir. T. W. lis n member of the First Kentucky ersville, together with hi wife uiul ((.inch of nciir town. Cavalry, in thu Union army, also McKechnie, who her sister. Slis two sous, Messrs. C. C. and W. A. him, had a were in the buggy with lurch a Game Loser. ltussell, of Hustonville, ami several very narrow escape from serious in. Will S. lliirch, County Attorney grandchildren, to whom she was tho jury mid irobahly death. Just ut dusk they met tin automobile and of Lincoln county, made a gatm race same as a mother. Tho fmiernl services the horses beuutne f righlcne-- at the for the Democratic iiominutioii for home were t'oidiietcd ut the laic .f flare of the lamps uiul hi'came itn- - ('omiuoiiueattb's Attmrue.v in the aftei by Hev.allWillis, wasHustonville. which that mortal of They 'tiirucd sharply Thirteenth judicial district conio-c- d lunmigcuhlc. of Lincoln, lloylc. Oarraid and this good mid noble woman was laid ill the load, nveitiiruiug the vehicle to rest in the Hustonville cemetery. uiul inn from near Mr. John Pence's Sleicer counties, went down in deSlay Crab Orchard 'kc into Town feat hefoie Judge Kmuiett l'liryeur, power the deur Father, who has on the to take and to give life, com-fovehicle with of Danvillu. "Ilill'' lluicb. although dragging the .ivei turned the sorrowing' husband unci They were stopped near the u hopeless cripple, i u regular dythem. Sweeney stable. When the vehicle namo of eueigy and hu kept bis op- chihlien iu this dnik hour of gloom. wa overturned, Mr. Pcttu and the- ponent on the jump until the poll A tried uml tiue democrat Standing In L. L. Sanders' Contest. Indie wre thrown out mid luiiiieu- - eluded. hi defeat gracefully, Sirs. W. I). Kewliina frj.',177 iiijurv. Mr. Pcttu be accept loiisly escaped ,. 41."..r(10 pluckily secured another buggy and luge l'liryeur, who will he tliu next Miss Lillie (Inrner 4L,2.fl;)(l lineeeded on his homeward wuy, Commonwealth's Attorney nof the Sirs. Dove (Inrner Slis Minnie llolmau ... . :ir,",:i!)8 driving the horses which had flgur- - district, is one of the ''80,7."il ed in the l mm way. lie did not know young democrats in Central Ken- SliU Susip Ilutt U79.4tl'J who owned the uutoiuohile, but wns tucky. He owes hi victory to the Sliss Kvii Fletcher I7(l,:i40 under the impression that it wa loyal friends who stood by him so Sliss libi Lee Campbell Louisville Times. Sliss (Veil Oiiruer 1.17.800 ih i veil bv a colored man, who never well Sliss Slahahi Howard 52.070 stopped to uncertain the result "iif meritoriSli a lloithn Itogers "Were nil medicine 40.51I4 the ncrideuL ous a Cliambeiluiii'b Colic. Cholera Jliss Ites Heynolds. 3!),70 ' P"Z were Diarrhoea Remedy the world Sliss Nell Davis '2,702 noiu- - mid Roosevelt mid Jolipson the innted for president uiuj, vice presi- - would be much better off nnd deIt is said that the Progressive dent, rehecUvelVbr thejProgressive percentage of suffering greatly o upon (he nt Chicago this week. creased.'" writes Lindsuy Scott, of party will probably convention Sale, by lVnny'ti ballot in Kentucky in November unJohnson is the fielding, republican Temple, Ind., for Drug Store. der the picture of Roosevelt. v'ovenior of rulifornln. K. L. TANNER PASSES AWAY AFTER SHORT ILLNESS DRIVER IREAKS HIS RACK AND DIES HELPS WITH PLOWING Miss Annie Barnes, of Preachers ville Section, Proves Herself A Splendid "Hand." yes-tenln- ns Mes-dnin- es daughter of the late and lamented Thomas Barnes and since tho death of Sirs. Daniel Nnvlor, has made heir home with Sir. Navlor's daughter, Sirs. Sam Ramsey. Tho young lady, besides being a good band with a team, is also greatly interested in her studies and is making fine A. Pranchcrsville, Aug. 8 This season, liko .several others preceding it, laborers hnve been very scarce, nnd the fnrmcrs hnve had a serious problem beforo them. Several o tho plucky young Indies have helped out in the pinch by helping in tho liny nnd riding cultivators in the corn field. Ono of these, Miss Annie hzrr.cz, deserves especial mention. She is just 15 yenrs old but bravely volunteered to plow. Remonstrances did no good, nud sh wns scnted on a cultivator nnd riding bnck nnd forth across the field. It was soon demonstrated that she could handle u tenm and plow as well as n man. The field which she cultivated looks us well, or better thnn somo nenr by which were cultivated by the men. Slfcs Bnmes is the voungest ol J. HA YD EN DEAD Former Resident, of Lincoln and A Respected Citizen. A.. J. Hayden, one of tho best and most highly esteemed citizens of Boyle county und a former Liucolllite. died nt liU linmn noni. Danville Wednesday after an illness of six months duration of a complication of diseases. Hp m 7') in of ago, lacking only one week.' Sir. was a native or Wayne uujucn county. From there be moved to Lincoln county and eight years ago he moved to Boyle where, with his estimable faniilv. Iu. im.i 0;.. , si.Ieo1, hnvmg purchased tho Sim .uoore piace near JJunville. Deceased had been a memlmr nf II... tian church for many rears. In ac- coru wiui tlie reonest of the deceased, the funeral win hM nt n. -- .. in Buffalo, cemetery this afternoon at 3 o'clock and the services were conducted by Rev. J. G. Livingston, oi .rao urciinru, who was a lifelong friend. Sir. Ilnvilen u I... 1.;. wife who.isii sikter of Joseph Coffey, oLihis; eity, and five children ChnrW'ffiivrfpii. of r.mtwv.'ti.. ...! Joe, Shelby, Minnie and Bettie. of Boyle. He is also survived by' his niece, Sliss Allie Haydeu, whom he reared from'rinfuuny. Sir. Uayden wns one oHfaiuvst substantial citi .... .,v,.uu uuu in-- , ueaiu is n severe loss, itie bereaved family is extended tile sincere srmtnlliv n the community iu their dark hour of known ded. el 1i sur-..:..- ri,. cim-:fA,- OlTOW. gut iia-pic- es Fru-teniit- y. s. City to Stone Harbor, a distance of twenty miles currying u passenger and the United State mail, in twenty-nine li minutes. It w.i firt , Noven scheduled flights, which if earned out, wilt be the most demonstration of possibilities of mail and passenger service by the neroplane ever given. Geo. S. Gassner, secretary of the Acn Club of Pennsylvania, which arranged the flights, was at the landing. He said the ueru club is interested in showing the practical value of the aeroplane, and this currying of mail nnd passengers show great possibilities. "We have brought 'tho mnil in of the time nnd the iwsscnger in less Hian onc-hn- lf the time usnully required' he said When the flving machine has been perfected I believe that aerial transportation of mails mid passengers "ill be iu general use." th Mail And Passenaers On Airship. Stone Haibor, N. J., Aug.8 Marshall Earl Reid flew from Oeemi DON'T GROW OLD. Keep Your Hair Full of Life. Luster And Splendor. rt cv Sic-Cla- ry cer-laru- lv best-know- e, .... looks should use it. Nothing will put age on your fcliouldcrs quicker than scant, faded or gray hnir. PARISIAN SAGE not only makes the hair of both women mid men more luxuriant am beautiful hut it is guaranteed to eradicate- dundiuff, stop hnir from falling and drizvev itchuess from the scalp. It i a dainty mid lefreibing hair diessing and is sold by G. L. Penny and druggists everywhere for onlv 50 cents a largo bottle. The girl wui ine Auuurn tmir is on every carton ami bottle. - . G. L. Penny sells PARISIAN SAGE the leall gooil hair ornu-ndandruff cure mid hair beautifier. Everyone who cares for youthful e jyt" S". - w --- -" '& .i,-i..- "V- -- - ' X. "1 J" tf V, THE INTEWtB T3t P JtilfWAL tTANFIW. KENTUCKY . FWItAY, AUIUtT - I, ISI2 y CAN YOU AFFORD TO MISS THE BRODHEAD FAIR this year AUGUST 14, 15 and 16. $1,500 Spent to Entertain You. every move of the exhibition. Daily band concerts, morning and evening, by one of the best bands in Kentucky. HOAGKLANDS HIPPODROME, and Wild West Shows. Roman Chariot Races, and other exciting races, given as free attractions. More good shows and places of entertainment than ever seen at a good clean Fair. No gambling will be allowed. "Air Ship" flights each day, the greatest novelty of the age, never before witnessed in this secti&n of the country. It will actually occur come and see. The finest shade, a lovely grove, comtortable seats, in this excellent shade where you can witness Reduced Rates on All Roads. LAYMEN'S DAY STRAW VOTE At McKendree Church Marks Close Of Dr. Pearce's Pasterate Admission to Grounds Only 25c. VICIOUS MULE TOSSES In Brooklyn Shows Woodrow Wilson A Bin Favorite. Net Suudny will be Laymen's New York, Aug. 8. According to day at the McKendree Memorial the lirst returns of n straw vote church at Hubble, and will at the which the Brooklyn Eagle has startbume time mark the close of Dr. E. ed on the Presidential issue, Wood-roII. Pearce's four years' pastorate. Vil4on is the most popular Dr. Condit D. Vanarsdale, State with Brooklyn voters. He is ft Layman Leader of llarrodsijurj:, leading in the first canvass by more leading physician of Central, Ky., than two to one ver llooscvelt, who. will be present to deliver the main is second, while President Tuft is address, if profession at duties will third. The returns up to Saturday night were as follows: at all permit. -. Other biicf addresses will be made Wilson 2,12,piano choir of MeKeudrcejs the itoosevelt 1,000. voting folks, Bivinjj some of their Tuft 822. Visitors, and quests "best selections. The expressions of voters show a hospitality tremendous shift from the Taft to are invited to the home of the church. Service commences the Wilson The latter is iiarty. nt J I A. M. is picking up u lot of votes ' lVarce. under the that went for the Republican caudi Dr. Euj?ii church 'law limit of four years, will tint four years ago. cloe his four year pastorate of The Itoosevelt strength is divided with iibout evenly between men who four Lancaster and McKendree. this service, subject to ratification years ago voted for the leading two nt tin annual confeiciicc ill Sep parties. If anything, Itoosevelt is f calls have getting more Democratic than Itc- A number tember. come to the rctirim: paMor, pome to . publican votes. tields, far the work in nation-wid- e comim? year, others to the Kentucky From a Lincoln Man In Texas field, from the blue ,tu.ss country Ochiltree, Tex., July 5th. to the mountains vf Kentucky, the latter being a Held, he is said to To my Lincoln County Friends: needs, if prefer on account of Having promised several of my the health of his family peuuits. In friends that I would write them durthe duties ot his national committee ing my stay in the Panhandle and of the American church federation trot remembering just who all that I Dr. Penrce has traveled over 3,000 had promised, I concluded the best miles in the past four years: in tlm menu- - of reaching them all would be house to house visitation if bis 73 through the columns of the I. J. We square miles constituency n Gar- have been having some line weather rard, Lincoln and Hoyle, 2,(300 miles; mid h.most is in full blast and the Home visits, 802. inily draw back is getting hands to Inciene in membership in four help harvest tlte enormous crops. years past on profession of fuith has The Panhandle of Texas is now been 3d per cent, in fiscal offerings, coated with beautiful green grass, 4n per cent with thousands, of white inw at H For mission- - and other benevo- leisurely grazing over its level .surlences official, $1,301 an average of face, with thousands upon thousands $8.70 per member, 90 per cent, of of acres of golden colored wheat families of the pustipate being waving to and fro and hundreds of This including boy and thousands of acres of corn, kaffir, L'irls, ns well as heads of families. maize, bailey, speltz and other grains For chut cli procrty, betterments, so s green that in the expanse of including a new piano ni McKeu-dre- county, they lok in the distance, and church remvntion at Lan- like black spots upon the ground, caster, $!J.V. causing one to explain us he beholds this scene, "The PanhautlU beautiHay Uvr and a.lhma make Auemt to many ptjl. ful." And while gazing upon this, Month of Inttnfcr Foley's Honpy alul Tar Compound civ-thought comes to mind, why dc ta soothing anil the and rhef, 1ronit rate the inflainrd and to munbrane. Win. the man, who is nhvays looking for , K. HrarvxTt, Me, tays: M. "A an opportunity fot u good investfew doaea of Foley's Honey and Tar Com. pound relieved ine. of a wvere attack of ment let such chances pass by? With atthraa and less tlian a bottle sauted a com- tho low rnvts still asked for laud in Miu,jjrs pete, euro". Kefue subfctithtrs. the Pnnhnndle, (especially Ochiltree and Tsnntr. w ctin-dida- te it-- , ss fcuffi-riniM.n-tlifw- County) the profit that must accrue to an investor is so enormous as to seems almost incredible. This last fact nlonc, can only account for the delay practiced by the man of mentis Agriculture here is no longer nn experiment. It is now, n country which is surprising tho whole United States in its wonderful production. It needs no one to brag and talk it up as being a success; simply come and see for yourself and when you behold with your own eyes the crops that meet your gaze, you like every other person, who comes nud sees for himself, will be a believer. Great opportunity is here foV the young man, who is wide nwake and intelligently directs his cnenrv. fortunes are here waiting for tho man of the hour to grasp them. hat can you hone to .accomplish for yourself in states, that are set tled up and uie so crowded that you can scnirt-l.lunkt! a iiwug? Timiw off the burdens of high rent, high taxes and come and locate where you have a chance to rie to comfort for yourself and family. Likewise there aie opportunities in this country f.r young ladies. For instance if you nre a school teacher jou uie rflit asked to teach school for a meagre wage, but paid what your ability deserves. It is a fact though, it is next to impossible for a young lady leaching the Panhandle to take up teaching ns a life work, because of the persuasive ways of the young men and old bachelors. In planning vonr next trip" from the East, West North or South let it include mi auto drive through the Panhandle. J, It. WILLIAMS. KuUrt V. Hirtcr. Lairrrncerule, Ma. who had been bothered with kidney trouble fori two J tart .a jr.; "I tried three different I kirda nt kidney pills but with no relief My ' nrignnor told me to u- - Foley Kidney I'llla, t took three bottles ( them, and jot a per- uiMlirnl u,r idem to eirry. I body" hhugars and T until r SHOER TWENTY FEET Grabs Blacksmith by Seat of Pants and Throws Him Across the Shop. . Martlndale'a Linton. Ind. E. state. Incorporated. U made defamf. nt In a ault tor damage brought by James I). Dillon, on a charge that ti not of tho ordinary. Clayton Dakar, who Is employed on the Martlndale farm of 1,200 acres, located southeast ot Linton, took a mule to Dillon, who is a blacksmith, to be shod. llaker knew the animal was Tlclous, according to the allegations ot the complaint, but said nothing to Dillon Walsh, the game little fellow wiio has been plnjaig there with a severe 'Mir.rlejhotW, watched the gaum from tlio grandstand, ns did Turner. Tho youngster, who i eiv small and lifitit, but also very fas, cracked out the first hit off Knight, n single over third and beat out a slow one to the pitcher, besides handling four chances on hecond without tin error. His only inispluy, if it may bo culled such, was his failure lo cover first on D'Councll's bunt in the second round. ''Cnmnitz imictically won his own game in the seventh, when with men vn second and third and two strikes. he banged one over Jones )ie.nd to the center field fence, scoring two run ami putting thw Colts in the lend for tho first time." Beeves Brinq Record Price. Chicago, III., An;:. 8. Beef (.leers tMiiity, .,,(v,iri, .roin ..SciuitNtii mill heii' today for the hixhe- -t price" miii-the war. TIh-- hmiiL'ht 10.10 ht huudrrd - puiiiiN. They Wf ro the fincM bceehere for many a 'day, but the price thev brought wim due to tile shirrtat;c of 'cattle and lu.'.'-- i on thi market, nhich i the criitir of the ditnet most xeverdy atfectcd by the corn crop failure last fall and the prevalence of ho-- ; (holeia I.inI winter. Hop miM here today a. Iiisli a $8.70 per hundred eij;lit. THK -- I'ltOOHKESIVK" 1MIITY ta th InitiTldoal, man or woman, who utti Vvkr Kidnf 1'ilK for Lackachr, rttuaiitltm, wrak U(k, and uihrr VMnrjr anj ltaIJr Ir rrfulantlra. Vulty KUnfj 1'illt ara brat in;, ittrnaihrnlnr. tunic anj quick lo pro itace lanrdrial irult Contain no harmful Nrrrr aoM in lrur 1'ut up in in. Hiri In aratl fllr Tk (tnulna In a fellow luckacr Miuiart and 'lannrr N'ew A Negro Hebrew. York, August 8. Ittifm hi-e- L. Perry, a negro lawjer of Hrooktyn, bn niliriici'tl iiml firrtnnllv received into the Jewish faith. It is said Unit Perry is the first negro to accept the Jewish faith ni twenty enrs. Perry was appointed n?M tant district attorney in 18H5, and in l'Jll was mentioned nn a candi- date for justice of the stnte supreme court. The Coughs of Children They may not cough today, but what about tomorrow? Better be prepared (or it when it comes. Ask your doctor about keeping Aycr's Cherry Pectoral in the house. Then when the hard cold or cough first appears you have a doctor's medicine at hand. especially good for children. No anodynes. No alcohol. This cough medicine is Many a child Is called dull and stupU when the whole trouble Is due to a lai liver. We firmly believe your own doctor will tell you that an occstionsl dose of Ayer's Pills, sugir-cottewill do such children a great deal of good. Ak hltsu vm ay ika t C. TSB CO.. Lawalt. ECZEMA? Has TRY ZEM0 Muta Toaaaa Shoar. about It Dillon proceeded with bli work, and while stooping orer anoe-In- c a fore foot tbe animal aelied blra by the pants with lta teeth and threw him twenty feet. He allgbted on an Iron floor with ucb violence that tbe tendona of one leg were torn looie and hli left kuee wai fractured ao that be li etIU compelled to walk on crutches though the tnjurlea were laat May. He allegea ha wilt be a cripple for lite and aaka damages In tbe aum ot $6,000. Tbe defendant Is tbe estate or tbe late' Elijah II. Martlndale ot Indianapolis. aus-taln- Cured Werst Cases and You Can Try it At Ouf Risk J BLUE GRASS FAIR 6 Big Days Yes try Zcmo. That'n nil ou need do lo get rid of the worst case of eczema. You take no chance, it U no experiment. Zemo is positively guaranteed to btop itching rut.li, raw, bleeding eczemu make u pimpled face binooth mid clean. Zemo is a wonder and tho minute applied it Milks in, vauishes leaves no evidence, doesn't Mick, no giease, jut a pute, clean wonderful liquid and it cures. This is guaranteed. Zemo i put up by the K. V. ltose Medicine Co,, St. Louis, Mo., nnd t,old by all lrin.t;Ulh throughout America, And in Stanford ut Penny's dru htO&f. the aprinfi of lite by nested of the human roechanitm, by allowlni f pineal in the irstc.--. Ar. Ull.tlu.. f rettortng waate ot tmue and impoverishment of tne blood and N.iure'a rnemou oi ncrvoui ilrcnllh ia to take an alterative lycerio citract (without alcohol) of Golden Seal and Oregon na ninnurakc root with Uirrrybark. . r 40 yaara """"""i ' pub,,V Sit. i avrc" ,ve ,0..,helounu it lhi rmeJy. which he called Or. I'ierce 'a Ootden would help """""' "icoveryi ne liver into ariivitv the blood In taking. .up the proper ele- menu from loud, help the -the blood and wtalmnf the whole ayttera at well aa allaying and aootl.ini a couah. No,una ever raaet com unlets conttipated, or cnhautted, and havini what we J m,''nu,.r",oniwhieh it attended with impovcrittied blood BaflsaSv uu ciniunion ui nerve lorce. I he " Uiacovery" it an tonio which rettorct tone to the blood, ncrtet aoJ heart by imitating Nature'a mcthodt of reatoring wa.to of Itiaue.and feeding the nerve, heart and lun. un rich red blood. l.e THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE. tap ,..,m..Utri Do not 0e tl.rv ..:..., .t. houldtr Uad ali a vrr Hff.r.tdo.u,an. m..niT?i: VvJhh- X;?: t"1. """umptlon. othera aaid I wouU ha hno K1 tkrleum. Y.Kt adviawl m to tala U.. p,i..w" !olhln? ,', - "I un'rrv,! from j.aln under lay rinht t' When I had .taken ona UmU ,,; j ' I ciU alt up for an ataa.DoBN. TSi In il" i.,u"h..chiHrV1-- . Hjr wrlght 'now 167 pounds. '"run Ullloa l",k In all and wua THREE LINCOLN Playing Ball With BOYS and Nights, Commeiciflg Monday, August 12th America's Greatest Horse Show 5 Big Saddle Horse Stakes Lexington Blue Grass League. w H. B. Norfhcott Dealer In $25,000 in Premiums Splendid display of every Ruining and Harness Races daily Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement PHONE 153 class of live stoclT Lincoln County now has llrree men on the Lexington ten in jf (lie Hlne (IruhK I.eiiKiie, Woley llmhiy, Mike l'ciinv ami Harry ( iiiiinitr.. The hixt named i the htar pitcher of the leauiie. Younx Ktulir. yas i denied 10 i.e.nii;i,iii dv imiihloil, utter tuiitiuiK n ii inajoiity of hU khiiicm. He pitijheil iiuuiiiMt I'nin Moiiduv ami was heateii fl to 0 poor Mippoit1 beimj ichpoiisible for most of the' 9,10,11,12,13,14,1912 .AT THE. IO DAY3 .SEPTEMBER. e W Kentucky Daily Races-F- ree State Fair OFFERED Midway REDUCED runs. I LIBERAL PREMIUMS !t Innes Band of America See Big Floral Parade First Day Hoada ltrduced Hates uu AH Sensational Free Acts Daily. The Greater Parker Shows. Kittne-- . For catalogue or further information, address JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, Lexington, Ky. Stanford, Ky. without an error. TJio Lexington lleinld said of hU fir.- -t came: "I'cniiy a iccmit from thu Htiin. foul Hiu School team, where "Kid'' Kmbiy placed before eoininj? to Kninkfoit and later to Lexinatoit. was iit hecond firr the locals ami IVllllV who was IiIi.iiIi.iiii.,1 In inii. the team Sntuiday, wim put on t,cc nnd base, axneu p.Mtiou for him as lie Iuik alwayh either been in Ihu box or behind the bat. Ho phoe in two Attractions-Cle- an UBERATTS BAND Farmer Boys School Encampment RAILROAD . RATES For Information. Entry Planks. Catalogue, Aiklrras 320 PAUL JONES BUILDINO J. L. DCNT, SCCV. LOUISVILLE KV. rzjmsms&zzrzzsr U "yiteU- - "Istta'mS msi - ' aaA'rf- ,x v- - --"" THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. ITANFORi, KENTUCKY gWIOAV. AUgUXT t, 1912 over i mm 3 GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS . MILES MaH Furniture Bargains in will sell Bed Rtoin Stiles at Traveled By E. C. Carman as Clerk A Fine Record. For 30 days we '1 Bbjbjb BBBBJlflBT ''j,'BBHHm " muni. tt BjpjpJpjiiJBjpjpjB -- ''''y f BbsKbsS' bTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbbtI bTbTbTbTbTS fi. t A - "'BBIf ' exBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTfl sbbbbbbbbbbVJ vjbbbbbbbbbbm JHJHJHJHjT.'' . Tv ;bH BbjbjbjI BBH Factory Prices Plus the Freight firiH Lemsville. .... Come to see us. WATribble , &. k BBHiilBV BBeS 'jV. The First Man Who b Ever Sold INDIAN Remedies in Ky. No man or his remedies arc better in Lincoln and adjoining counties than Dakota Jack. Ilia life of years' experience na a row boy on tlio north western plains, nnd life among tlio Indians, when cow uoys were nnd hnd to bo men of courage, pnvo him tmc experience of Roots 2nd Herbs when this wn3 the only lemedv life depended on. known fMfyBIBB7 BBBnHVvt. DAKOTA JACK. (J. J. I'urrslcy.) Pursley Indian Herbs, A ,45-Da- ys Treatment Only costs you 51.00 . For the umatism, Wood, Liver, Kidneys, and Keinnlo diseases, is n wonder, and has proven so, people right here testify to tbix. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Linament has made hU name famous over so veral states. out horrness, immediately. Has cur cd hundreds Price 25 cents per bottle. 10 cents, 3 cakes 25 cents, nuf scd. Stops pain and tnkes of cases of deafness. Demand for Huntlna Licenses. Mrs. C. L. Hensley Passes Away Aug. 7. Sports-nie- u PIcnnnt Point, Aug. 0 of Kentucky havo been taking Mrs. C. L. Hensley passed uway out hunting licenses under the new homo near here last Thursday Kidney Diseases Are Too Danqerous law in u way to please Executive nt her morning the-- 1st, after a. linperim: For Stanford People to Nenlect Agent J. Q. Wnrd, of the Fish nnd Deceased Giuno Commission. Several county illness oc consumption. The urcnt danger of kidney trou- clerks have requested more license was 07 years of nge and was n woman, most highly esble is that they so often pet a firm blanks, saying they nre going so fast Christian hold before the sufferer recognizes they will not have enough to supply teemed by everyone. She is survivthen. Health will be gradually the demand when the (juail season ed by her husband nnd ono daughter, headache, opens August l.fll ,:. dscdJ' rctuo Mrs. Addie L'pthcgrovc, of LexingDackachc, lameness, soreness, opens. The dovo season, which op- ton. Funeral services were conductncrvouenesc, lumbago, urinary troubles, dropsy. ened Aug. 1, bus stimulated tho out- ed by Itevs. Singleton and Cannon Travel and Hri'lils disease may fol- put of licenses. Commissions are ut thu Baptist church, of which she The remains were low as thu kidneys Ret worse. Don't being issued to the newly unpointed was a member. neglect your kidneys. Help the kid- wardens. These officials wilt give laid to rc-- t in the Pleasant Point cemetery. We extend heartfelt symneys with Donn's Kidney Pills, which bond in the sum of .$500. pathy to the bereaved ones. are ho strongly recommended right Don't foiget that Childrens' Day hero in Stanford. R. F. D. No. I. t will be observed nt I'lpawint Duncon IiuHietie, Holland, St., The young son of Georw church next Sunday the 11, Stanford, Ky., says: "Somo time aso fell otf of u wagon antl broke brinir your relatives and friends and I hud a severe fall and this together arm in two places. n large basket of dinner. with tlio jarring to whioTi I am sub- hisII. F. Xewlund is confined to his ject at my work, brought on kidrey room from n scald. He fell while trouble. For several days I could Miss Nina Carpenter to Wed. hot water a hardly get about on account of tlio carrying Ins kettle of nil scalding chest nnd the skin Miss Nina Carpenter, a pretty teinblc pains in my back. I also who DANGER IN DELAY (Jlii.gow Times tell of the career nnd number of miles traveled by It. U. Ilnrc!irov, us n railway mail clerk, which only slightly excels the I coord Hint u .Stanford man ban made in this hrnnrli of I'nclo Sntn' M'mw. tlu is Mr. K. I', (Iniinnii, who uiin appointed from llurkcsvillc in 181HJ and nnigiied to u run between" Cineiniiuti and Nasbvillu and placed in Mr. Iliirdgrovc'ri crew, where they worked rdiouldcr ti (boulder for ipiiln u while. After mine two years or more on account tf fulling health .Mr. Gnrmnii was trnnfeircd t it one man run Muysillc and Stanford whero be has been for moru tbnu 10 years and during which time ho Iiiih not piijiiycd it of more uf that his regular lay off period of three dajs each week. Iiitrmir theho twelve vc.irs of scrvu-c- , .Mr. Qarmaii has tiavi'lcd more than (100.000 nnd now makes nn averacc of about miles each year. Mr. (Iitrmnii was born and reared in CumhcrhiAd iMiinty and prior to seiriee tn'l'.'Iit m tlio publio schools bis appointment in thu railway mail of llic "tale for a 'wriod of more than ll years. He niarried Jliss ill of Monroe (Miuity and I'lora tlit'V have two bricht children, Paul 12 years nnd Mary Hill, njre 10. Tliey have ninny friends in Monroe, Mt'tcnlf, Ciimberlnnd nnd tiiljoiniiii.' counlies who, us well as their local friends will be interested in Ibis information of the fine record Mr. Gurmnu has made. !.-tweuti-rii- rc (1 11 BBBsXa-- PAbIIi aaaa7 BKBHBlBf ' aja.a iBMBkk iaBBBK iukYBBBBl''3e Cure Diseases, The Bible says so, & it is being proven every day by the Cow Boy CHARLIE WHITEM00N, 3729-3- 1 Herbalist y VV. Deep down In oTcry human heart lies a NATURAL dcslro for NATUItE'3 medicines. Roots & Herbs Too long have the Bccrets of nature been neglected, too long havo peoplo disregarded Ood'a promises Modern doctors think only of "operations" & strong drugs, whilo human suffering & deaths from disease Increase rapidly every year. Health Is natural, dlseaso unnatural. .My years of experienco as a Cow-bo& among the Indians glvo mo a peculiar fitness & knowledge of tho powers of Roots & Herbs as medicines my remedies havo cured & arc curing Blood PolBon, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female & Skin diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous & Stomach Troubles that were pronounced Incurable by tho best doctors. I want to PROVE this to the world & to any ono asking, I will mall the greatest book of its HERBALIST," absolutely free. If you are not enjoying ALL kind over published, entitled "THE COW-BOtho blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that you INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS. All letters of Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Inquiry promptly answered. U composed of t6 Roots & Herbs, onh one dollar & is LEGALLY GUARANTEED is sold BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS stomach, liter. Lidneyt. bouels, bladder & blood. A household for ''CLL'SAR: ,f your dr00'st hasn't got it or vottl get it, I WILL FILL remedv ' YOUR-crw-"'po'STAGE0nA?f, ORDERS SCIES'CE SOPEJs made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR HUMAN "''TO.'UOaV'.ff "" "' '"" W T 3 brS " a!l dealcrs Retail' ho defers makes '""; .? Mw'ol,nf' r'"" iW&KtF!JA?,ER I the name of my great TOXIC, BODY-BUILDE- "i''''. costs m0HV rr,"",'H olout 3 COM-CELSA- R ltr Jl'S?sT ' Frankfort, Ky., Medical Hospital. Miss Maude Reid of Lexington, will be one of the attendants. Mr. Wntkins nnd bis brido will go to housekeeping in Washington in n handsomely appointed apartment. Miss Carpenter has many friends in this part of the state yho will wish her every happiness. Hexa Club Reunion Th..' "Hexa" Club held their reunion to Crab Orchard Springs Aug. 1. This club was organized somo years ngo when tho followinr young Indies nttended the Stanford Feraalo College: Misses Mnrv Higgins, Virginia Bourne, Mary McRoberts, of Danville, Josephine Hayden, of Paris 5TTs. llubeit, Spencer, of Spring City Tenn., nnd Mrs. Jamie Carpenter, of Crab Orchard. They enjoyed tho day verv much it was the first time that thev hud been together for several years. I) C. njb Ifamins contractor lirinR al 669 Kiflinc Court. Canton. III. ! now wfll rid of h severe and annoying case of kidney trouble. His back pained and be wai lioin- ered with hradachei and diizy rixll. "I took Foley Kidney Pills JuH as direileu m! in a few days 1 felt much better. My life and strength wcracd to come back, and 1 leej. well, l am now su over uir iruunic nu tn recommend Foley Kidney Tills." Try thin). shiirrs and Tanner. Toint-Hnptis- Creme Soap for the Scalp and Skin nnd Tanner's Drug store, or prico if nddrcsscd to All these remedies on sale at Shu-pa- rs sent prepaid on receipt of regulnr J. J. Pursley, Lancaster, Ky., Home Office noticed that the passages of the kidney secretion's were irregular, at night. I decided to euro my tioublo beforo it became chronio nnd as I knew Doan's Kidney Pills to he Rood for such complaints, I began their use. Before 1 had finished the bos, I was entirely cured and hnvc hnd no kidney trouble since." For sale by all dealers. Prico 50 Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-Milbur- n Now York, sole agonts for tho United States. Henicraber tho name Doan's and take no other. Do It Now ! You expect to carry insurance some day. until you have a fire, or an accident. Delays are dangerous. See the insurance specialists' today. Do Not Wait Stanford, Ky. FISH & BROMLEY ' fire, life, accieent, burglary, automnbile, liability, etc Pension Money Short. comes from Frankfort t nB f I '( iV Ui3 Alia pluwiUuu under tho new Confederate Pension Bill have been filed with CAipt. V. J. btouc, lii'iul of the pension (meat )f thu Mute. Uf tho total number received only about 50 per cent. Juivu clear proof of their clauuii and only about -- 0 per cent clearly show that they nre not s to tit ull. The remaining ;i0 k.t cent, luivo to bo scut back for further proof, as many it poiuts ate loft blank. It i.s luud to cstimuto how many applications will bo filled, but il beciite suic that tho number will go over 3.000. Tho news "1 arlelfM du-p- ut pciis-iou- sul-loi- A Bargain. ms&m&. , kw . . Sanety yBnKaW&PLV Fruit m . a Jars acres of good land in n high state of cultivation located in tho heart of the town of Stanford, Ky., 5 room residence, halls, concrete basement. 'J room tenant house nnd all necessary outbuild ings. A splendid proposition for you fanners who want to move to town. If you want it act quick. For particulars see HUGHES & McCABTY, Stanford, Ky. 1-- About 7 2 by Dr. Kdmistou, while very painful be is getting' ulong nicely. Word came from Boyle, that A. J. Hnydcii is very low uud not ex- pectccfto recover. Mr. Haydcu lived in this county for u number of years betoro going to Boyle. Mr. Dave Thompson, wife and children are visiting her mother, Mrs. Annie Garner. Misses Nell and Ha Xewland havo returned from n delightful visit at Somerset. Mrs. Lizzio Jones is very sick. Miss 11a Pottus of Preachers-vill- e, spent part of lust week with Mrs. W. C. New laud. Mrs. P.. Pettus. of Preacher-vill- e. drove over and spout tho day with Mr. IJ. 1 Xewland. Now that W. Ii. Billion has the nomination for Magistrate let every democrat make an effort to elect a democrat in this district and redeem old Crab Orchard Magisterial district ,und put it back in the demon ntic ranks, it can and miiit be done, so every democrat with hU .shoulder to the wheel, and wo will conic, out victorious in November. Mrs. Carroll Kink, of Oklahoma, who has been visiting her father, W. D. Wnllen was cnlled home by tele- cram. Her husband beimr sick, sbo left Monday accompanied by her sister. Ernest Warren, accompanied by bis sister, Miss Virginin Warren and Mrs. S. H. Fulkorson, left Wednesday night for Toledo, O., whcie he will spend sovcrnl weeks with his wife. Miss Warren nnd Mrs. Fulkorson will visit Detroit, nnd other lake cities while awny. They will bo absent about a week. Middlesboro Record. News comes to Mrs. Wnr-rvn- 's family here that sho is still very ill. off of his left arm down to his and attractive Kentucky girl, wrist. His burns arc being dressed for somo years bus been making her homo in Washington while in Government employ, will return to her homo in Perryvillo in September to visit her parents. In October Miss Carpenter will bo married nt her Kentucky home to Mr. Howard Wat-kin- s, chemist in the United Rtntes gu A. Remedy No Family Should Do . words, constitution, een If only temporary. The bloatlnc, the dull feeling: may start after the evening meal. If a laxative Is not taken that nlKht It Is certain that sleep will not be sound, and you will awaken unrcfrcshed. Hence. It Is Important for you and for all the members of your family that a food, reliable laxathe he always kept in the house for Just such emergency. It Is sure to be needed, and when needed you want It at hand. No family that la careful of Its health can do without such a remedy. But the question of which remedy to have on hand Is also of vast Importance. Tho laxative most highly recommended by the majority of Intelligent Americans as betnic best for babies and frownups la Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep-- . No matter how healthy a human being- may be It Is safe to say that .,. mim.kj. -- . Mssfl without n. some obatruc'tloiV'of the bowels, In other mild, sin. It Is a liquid laxative-tonic- , and never gripes. Is effective on robust pe?rl end .'n with Mfetv in clv"i an Infant. Children like It because of these gentle qualities and because It Is pleasant to the taste. remedy you It Is the best can have In the house for any disorder of the stomach, liver and bowels, and mnny people like R. II. Morgan, Price, Tcnn., and Mrs. II. C. Davidson, vVart- race, Tenn., nay they would us main. Ijb without the necessities as without Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy beforo huylns It In the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St.. Montlcello, III. Tour name and address-oa postal card will do. n RURAL TELEPHONES. Make vonr home as modem for vour family as a nico residence, and nlace vourself in h oosition to cct the latest market auota tions at anv time. This cun be nccomnlished bv means of our tclenhono service which you and voirr neighbors can cct for a sum thnt is 6mall compared with tho benefit received. Call or nddress our nearest off ice, or write direct to hcadauurters. Nashville. Tenn.. for information rccardini: our soecial. "Furmers Line" rate. If vou are not at nresent eniovine we cun immedintelv interest vou. Our lines cover tho States sen-ice"of Kentucky. Tennessee. Mississippi. Louisiana nnd the Southern portion CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEL. CO. of .Indiana nnd Illinois. MR. FARMER tele-olone The Original Wilson Man. Sanicap Tops ' Please try this jar. will meet your approval. It Extra wide mouth and sanitary, (Frankfort State Journal.) The lcnl 7 two groerr hat none in tint, insist on Mis getting them for you. le Mason jars. Also, ask for Sanicap Tops for your They are cleaner and more sanitary. old-sty- Ywr Grwer Can Get These Jars Thro' Curry. Irewn & Snyder, Lex. "original Wilson man" culled on Governor McCreary yesterday. Ho is Joseph Mount, of Garrard, who woro a Wilson button to tho Democratic platform convention at Louisvillo in lone, 1011, He woro it on that occasion to boa bow many Wilson men hccould "flush" in tho convention, and satisfied himself that Wilson sentiment was strong. He sent tho hndgo to Gov. Wilson ,aud learned that he was tho first man in Kentucky to subscribo for tho WiUon campaign fund. He helped carry Garrard county for Wilson, nnd went to the State convention as a Wilson delegate. "It was bomo lonesome being n, Wilson delegate there," he said, "but there is plenty of company imw." COURSES: Preparatory, State Cer For Sale or Rent. Life Diploma, County Certificate Special. Tuition Free to APDOintees, A fine blue grass farm four mile-froSummer Term Open June 17 Stanford, Ky., in high state of cultivation, adaptable to luising Expenses Very Low. Ask About It Artistio Catalogue Free. Address hemp and tobucco, com, hay uud all : : : : Richmond. Kentucky :: J. G. CRAIBE. President. kinds of small grain. This farm bus on it a nico new cottage, a large HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. K TEXAS WONDER. tobacco and stock barn and nil Veterinarian. Pknty of necessary outbuildings. The Texas Wander cures kidney Former Director Animal Industry everlasting water, is on good pike and bladder troubles, removing gray EaVeter- Tbillipine Islands. ono mile from church house and el. cures diabetes, weak and lame innrian U. S. Army btorennd four miles each way frou bacLi, rheumatism, und all irregu- - Office Logan's Stable, Phone 432, the railroad, nnd in a good neighantics of the kidneys and bladder Agent American Hog Cholera Serum. borhood. The land lays iwcl!, in tn both men and women. Regulates Danville, Ky. fact you can stand in tho yard and bladder troubles in hildren. If not see nearly nil over tho farm. lr so.d by your druggist, will be sent contnius 141 ncres. If sold we will by mail on receipt of $1: Une email givo verv liberal terms. If not sold bottle is two months' treatment, and Caunty Survayar by August 20th, will rent for yenrs seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send 1013-1For further information for testimonials from Kentucky and General Farm Surveying call on IJ. D. Carter, Stanford, Ky., other states. Dr E. W. nail, 2920 52-- 6 Phone 172, StMfit., Ky. or write C. L. Carter, Greensboro, Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by K. C. 2 Shugars and Tanner. m State Norma TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS E. D. Pennington, 1. G0-1- v?tf I' ' THE INTEUtt JfWimAL iTANFWW. KENTIKKV. FWHAV. AU1U1T I. UH SPECIAL EXCURSION Little Things It's the LITTLE THINGS that make up life. It's the LITTLE THINGS we forget and 10 we want to remind you of the LITTLE THINGS we sell that you need EVERY DAY. SOCKS In Silk at 25c and 50c; in Lisle at 25c and 50c; in Cettont lOcl'and 15c TIES We carry so many of these that we hardly know what to say about them only this string ties and in every conceivable color at 25c and 50c COLLARS We sell the "Arrow Brand." They are linen, they are correct styles, and they are two for 25c Umteserved But AMrreetated (Dnnville Advocate.) The Advocate stands ready to tnko rroyrltof off its hnt to Editor Shclton Sauf-leWILTON Mi 8AUFLKT of the Stanford Interior Journal. To him more than to any other man II A YEAR BTRICTLT M ADVANOt in the Eighth Congressional District Congressman llnrvcy Helm owes .1 rUrtd maill poDltlfe t Stanttri rt mtlltr. his remarknblo victory in the priHe nctcd n mary last Saturday. DEMOCRATIC TICKET press ngent for the "Tall Sycamore,'' tor rntUtnt WOODKOW WILBOM. nnd while wo thought wo wcro detor V I'rtt THOfl. H. UAK8rr.VI.Ti livering some "hot shots" in fnvor Vtntrnt lr.lKVEV HELM of our man, Souflcy, some how or E. V, rUKYKAll tor ComlM', AH other, managed to rover us with utill tor Circuit tltrkJ. - 110LDAM hotler shots in the numerous Helm FIELD!) tor MtpitnltW. JI. SaufleyV papers of the district. tor MsutrmtiU. C NEW LAND many friends nil over the district are declaring that Congressman Pstltleil AimouMMMfits Helm should rewnrd him with the ar. o( Th announctmtatl In thti column gift when tanriidatra for office, aubjret to tha ctlon ot best slice of pic in hit No announcement! Ihf IVmwratlo primary. Governor Wilson is made president will h mada, unla paid (or in adranta: of tho nntion. Mnny of Congresstor Rtprtltntnlir. man Helm's wnrmest friends env V1KUIL McMULMN. tor Skirtf that ho should back Editor Saufley M. H. UAUQllMAN for the Collectorship nnd in tho n. W. OIVENH J. 0. WnATHEKFOKD event tlint the Stanford editor cares nrr.L t. j. nlj Jul for tho job, ho will doubtless land TtrjCau T. A. itiCK if Congressman Helm's bucking will SI. F. SORTII do it. tor Jatlir Fhe Interior Journal. y, CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, ausust h. $.30 HHHrliSg Trip Raunel 5unel Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. I'AUKIRll DF.IKIIIDE DINK rARMF.R WILLIAM If. IIE8TEK W. A. CAU80.V OKOUOE TEYTOS GARTERS We have a show case full of them at 10c, 25c and 50c SUSPENDERS Light and medium weights, also the heavy working man's Suspender, at 25c and 50c BELTS Something you must have-tan- s, 25c50c, $1.00 and $1.50. greys, blacks-- at Collar Buttons, Cuff Buttons, Stick Pins, Shoe Laces, Shoe Polish, Tie Holders, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, etc Everything a man wears at H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1854. It's successor: National Bank of Stanford, organized June 2, 1865. Recognized as First Rational Bank OCTOBER 3, 1882. This Bank has been In successful and uninterrupted operation for 58 years, and 1$ worthy of the confidence of of the public. Open an account with us today. The Farmer's Friends Superior and Peoria Grain Drills Call and see the new stock w 1 W.H.Higgins Stanford, Ky. Mrs. B. D. McGraw is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Forrest Johnstone, Hoth Hie Danville Advocate nnd in Danville and attending tho Danthe Danvillo Jlcscueer come out villo Fair. stronj; for Gov. Ucckhura for tbc Owing to the success of the last democratic noiiiiiiiitloti for U. S. hop, the young gentlemen of this Senator in tho stale wide primary city ure contemplating; giving annest Aumist. Thu 13 neculiurly nil other on the evening of August 14. nnd well though?. The pioprlato Col. G. D. McCollum left for Alt. Advocatu whii-- nmde the first de- - Vcruoii Wednesday, where he clumtion for lieckhaua on Monday to attend the fair. said: Mrs. Linney McDonald is serious"Boyle county Rave Gov. J. C. W. ly ill with something like appendiblow when ho citis. Beckham a knock-ou- t was the nominee for United SJates Miss Anna Davis is fii Shelby-vill- e, Senntor. Boyle county wns chagrut the guest of Miss Sue Shind-le- r. cd nt that time nnd has been nnxt She goes from there to The demo ous to do reparation. where she will visit Miss Fancrats of this county should come nie Boyd. vut to n man for the former UovMiss Ruth Tanner, Miss Georgia enior. The Advocate is nnxious to Wells nnd Murshull McCollum atbo the first to propose tho propo tended tho hop at Danville Thurssition for the unnnimous support of day evening. tho Nelson county leader. Gov, Miss Julia Hundley and Mrs. Sara Beckham's stand nt Baltimore along Wright ure visiting relatives in with Senator James has made him Rileys Ky. a force in the State that stamps him " Mesdames George Walden and as a winner.' i John W. Rawlings of Danville, attended an entertainment here Monpapers arc very day The Richmond afternoon. Mudiautl sore at the demuciiifo of Eugene returned for turning down Judge Sullivan in to Mrs. home in Grubbs has after atLexington, her his home comity, and they havo n right to be. We personally know tending the house party at the homo Mrs. that Congressman Helm would have of MissesMary Frances Wells. Lucy Bessie Wright and liked to see Judge Sullivan earn Haukla Madison, uud that he made no fight aftem-oo- were in Danvillo Wednesday shopping. there, of course, however, beinjr in Mrs. Elizabeth Owens nnd Miss no position to attempt to check the work of his Mndison county fnends, Elizabeth and Master Everett Owens for him. Judge Sullivan deserved leave shortly for Brnniughnm, where an endorsement by his home people, they will visit Mr.s. Jack Townley any they will yet regret that they nnd Mr. Everett Owens, who is a train dispatcher in that city. did not loyally support him. Miss Myrtle Brown, of Pnrksville, The selection of J. N. Camden, of stopped over with her aunt, Mrs. Versailles, as campaign chairman of Mary E. Ilankla o uher way home the .democratic party m Kentucky from a visit to Mrs. A. B. Humble , this fall could hardlv have been im- iu Seaman, O. Miss Cora Snnsbcrry, of Lebanon, proved upon. Mr. Camden is clean, capable, and is one of the men who who has been visiting Mrs. John W. ure dohig things to keep Kentucky Caskey, left Tuesday for Dnnville. in the forward rank of states. i nttend the fair. n ice cream supper civcnliv the' Strength to his arm in tho fight taf members of the class of Mis Alma mako the innionty 100,000 in Cosby hi aid of the Presbyterian church Wednesday evening netted The fight ns to who will poll the ?o.0U. Mrs. W. E. Grubbs, of Barb'our-ull- e, biggest vote in Lincoln, Roosevelt or is isiting Mrs. G. D. McColTnft has already started. Choir-ma- n l)avison of the Taft forces has lum. Prof. Ed Grubbs of Liberty, is issued a call for a big rally nt the colored Odd Fellows hall nest Mon- here. "Hilly" McGraw, of 'Iho C. X. 0. day night. Now what will tho Bull Monscs doT We'll take a ticket on & T. P. railway is at home with his "Davy" every time.' mother, Mrs. B. D. McGraw. Hon. Harvey Helm, our nest ConThe Board f Prison Commission- gressman, vns here from Stanford ers this week appointed John Chil- Saturday afternoon. ton, of Hopkinsvillc, warden of the Mrs. Mary E. Ilankla and daughEddyville penitentiary, u splendid ter, Miss Lucy visited Dr. and Mis. selection. Now if they will retain Warden Ed Mudd, nt Frankfort, who W .W. Phillips in Ilustonville Sunhas made a splendid official, and day nnd Monday. Miss Lillian DeJanietto, of Paris, appoint Bob Coffey u deputy warden, everyone in this section, will is the guest of Misses Gertrude and bo well pleuued, wu ure bure. Sara Richardson. Mis Sophia Aldridge, of Parks-villTho citizen who does not read the is visitiny Mrs. II. C. Catron. speech of Woodrow Wilson aecept-hi- g the democratic "nomination for Honor Roll of the While the presidency, misses a cein indeed. Oak Schoool What a great and wonderful man he Primary Grade. Lena Arkins. ovcry is becomes moro upparent Spoonn-mor- e. Second Grade. Dewev day. Kc-irort. e, . II. 11HONAUOH V. C. BANrilDOE J. II. UOONE W. T. CJAKNEll UAFE MUItOAN HECK V. t 8. M. OWENH tor Xttittur Junction City. MNs Knthcrine Wells attended the Danville fair Wcdnesdiiy. Mrs. Louis Kricticr and little son, Muster Harlan, have returned from a visit to the formers parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Gcffiziger in Hur-rodsbu- -A THE POWER OF Name o, By-rheB- r. ,ou can't tell a good man by his clothes. ou can't tell a good book by the cover, ou can't tell a good cigar by the wrapper. Neither can you tell GOOD CANDY But you can tell good candy by the name it bears or what is back of the box. NUNN ALLY'S Means to Candy just what Sterling means At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Price Reductions We have reduced the price on all Men's, Ladies' and Children's Oxfords $4 Oxfords now $3.75 Oxfords now $3.50 Oxfords now $3 Oxfords now Ladies' $3 Oxfords now Ladies' $2.50 Oxfords now Ladies' $2 Oxfords now Ladles' $1.50 Oxfords now Mens' Mens Mens' Mens' .... .... $325 $3.00 $2.95 $235 $235 $2.00 $1.65 $120 Plenty of time to wear them get a pair for the Fair. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky AT COST and Oxfords at Cost, strictly We will continue to sell all lawns For Cash Goods charged will be at regular price. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. a I r. Thidr Grade Louis Gordon Editor Jesse M. Alverson, of the Anderson ews, comes out strong for Sixth Grade Linnio Rankin, Helm for Congress, ami declares that tho "hatchet is buried" be- Xettie Withers. Eighth Grade Snllic Mae tween them. Dud-dera- J.L.Beazley&Co J. C. McClary rtflk W I --I LOANS Are not necessarily reserved for big depositors. Tho small man In business Is welcomed at this bank as a and lias the encouragement which an always conservative bank may give tha small but growing business. $100,000 Capital $100,100 Surplus Lincoln County National Bank Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford, Ky. Editorial Snapshots. Norfolk Lcdger-DflpaUThe. Bull Mooses will be scarcer when they read the platform the colonel is fixing up for them. Hernld-CourieThey Bristol won't even let Thaw out of the nsy-- I am long enough to show whether he would kill Evelyn Nesbit or not. Xow York World: What matters n record wheat crop for Kansas if it must fight until November over whether tho credit belongs to Taft or Roosevelt? Wnnshington Star: Boston is in altitudinous example- of sagacious superiority in and indefatigable baseball as well as a in literature. h: r: er A Beautiful Decline. (Saturday Evening Post.) Congressman and James, Senator-elefrom Kentucky, was in conversation the other day wit,h a Washingtonian, when the latter made certain inquiries with reference to a mutual friend whom ho had not seen for a number of yenis. "And how does Col. Prescott spend 1)13 dccliniug years?" he askOllie ct jeTlfeivjAy UNDERTAKERS AND EM. ALMERS. ALSO DEALER IN FURNITURE, MAT. TINQS, RUQS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE JJ55?s'jllrxi!"'T?'inii UNDERTAKER AND BMIALMER STANFORD KENTUCKY. Fall and Winter Sultlnqs. Office ed. "Beautifully, sir; beautifully!" answered James, "He has a fine farm bjt. And a string of trotters, sir. and a barrel of whisky "sixteen years old and a wjfe of the same nee, sir!" Mr new Fall knd Vlutcr Bamnlti r. m'ljr (or your Iniiiertloo. Tfcvjr coraprlte mc dk on in. mitgn, i rn knit mnoue m to prlc wko htd bli clothe injJe to or drr. A ult m.d to tour uiraimt ii prt-tra- il to read uad rWibn. To hart them iuad to ucaiur. dctto't coil an mora than rfadr made whtn nualitv and fit rnn.i.i. trd. Coma Is and M me tak. jour wa. vitt. U, 0. BVPIET, Zkt JVatlfcal TaUer i. nm 7. Heme Phone 3. PIKE INSURANT SURETY BONDS S. If. H1WLAHD TAN FOR), KY. 1 tM'&(ffe- - wwmmm-im- a !F THE INTERIOR JWRWAL, ms. tTAHFtW. KENTUCKY ., :" '' Wt FRIDAY. AU1UIT t, 1112 BlNMll Ma4 ftataftlaJ Miss Rhea Wiemcr, o Louisville, li the frnet of Minn Stella Ilupley. MNs Lutn May Hmco, of Danville, i the guest of Miss Sophia Alcorn. Miss Mamie Hrown, of Liberty, is the guest t M Dollic Wilclior. Mr. J. W. Alcorn in at the Crab Orchard Springs. Misses Annio Margaret Klk'ui and Mary Elmore, of Lancaster, were hero n short time Tuesday. Mr. J. U. l'nxton and James npent the day at Crab Orchard Springs Tuesday. Mrs. V. L. McCnrty nnd Mikonrc trending n week or so at the King Hotel at Crab Orchard. Mr. William TMmipon has returned to Mt. Vernon, after a visit to Mr. L. H. Hughes. Mr. and Mr. It. S. Scudder nnd little on, went to Richmond Tuesday to iipciid several days. MJi--s Lillio McClary, of Knoxvillc, i. here visiting her brother, Mr. J. C. McClnry. and other rrlnthe. a w If IMHi4HiitH. t nf flr.inm 4ta. Toxas, ha been visiting .Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Swope at Danville. Chus. N'linnelley Mr. and Mr f Morcjnud and Cora Xunnclloy, won in town Wednesday. Mrs. Maggie Hogan, of Hrynnts-vill- e is iiting her sister, Mrs. Mat. tie Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Cummins, Ida IVttus and Air. Hubert Coffey attended the Danville fair Tlinrsday. Hits Annio Dunn, nf lltistonville, her sister, Mm. Dan Tray-lo- r. is Air. Harris Hardin, of is hero visiting rclntivcs and friend. Air. and Airs. Af. II. Salin Attended the Alt. Vernon fair Thursday. Air. W. W. Saundors was in London, Thursdny on business. Airs. CVino Lee, of Knoxvillc, is foiling Aire. Alnttio Novum. Air. Carlton Elkin, of Lancaster, was hero n short time Wednesday. Airs. Emil Hntdi, of Frankfort, is visiting Airs. J. H. Cnmonish. Airs. O. F. .Meredith, of Snlvisn, is Alisses Afnggia and Kittie Jones, Itichiriond. nro visiting Aliss Zelnia nt Alt. VerAir. A. C. Sine has returned home non. from Lyons where he has been on Airs. Nannie Hintt, of Louisville, is the guest of her sister, Airs. AlntAlices Relieeeu Lackey and Afary tio Sevmu. llniley have returned to Crab OrchAir. nnd Airs. W. A. Ilniininelt, of ard after n visit to Judge Itailey. Tulsn, OLIn., are hero for a short Penny wnt to tthc visit to relatives and friends. Airs. O. I Crab Orchard Springs. Thursday to Mr. nnd Airs. W. H. Huehnnnn nro visiting her sister, Airs. C. H. Alnr-ti- n remain (several days. Angie Kinnaird, of LancasA!U nt Danville. ter, will urrive this afternoon td be Aliss AIntsy Grimes hns returned homo nftcr n visit to Mis Virginia the gurt of Miss Clara Connor. Jklis-Kmily Murjdiy went to Lan- (livens nt Hnrrrtdsluirg. Aliss Hertn Jean Penny was here caster Wednesday, to visit Alias Sal-li- e K. Smith. from Crab Orchard Wednesday acN. II. companied bv !tho attractive Aliss MeMlamea It. AI. Ulnckcrby, AIcKiuney nnd Hcltio AIcKinney Joseiihine Shellv. upcnt the past week rccuerating at Aliss Ellen Hnllou left for flrny-tnwO., Tuesday to r- - her sister, l'.liiir Springs. Judge J. X. Metiofco was at the Mrs. Ernest Warren who is quite ill. Alt. Vernon fair Thursday, advertisAir. and Airs. J 1 1. Shanks arc ing the K. of P. fair that U to 1m his mother. Airs. Lou Shanks have held hero Aug. 121, 22 and 23. where Alis Hnsithky, f Dedford, Mass., returned from Xcw who iii visiting her Histcr, Airs. Sam they have been visiting Airs. Kirby Itobinon wctn to London Thurdny to Hourue. ltobiuson. Airs. Alattiu Kirby and Ali-- s Mrs. it Airs, llttseom Pclfrey and children Itlauehc Vnndoveer, attended the of Ijincastcr. are hero visiting her hunnl of their uncle, Air. ,K .U father, Air. W. A. Carson and fam- Tanner, at AIcKinney, Friday. Earl Coleman bpent seeinl days ily. Louisville nnd Frankfurt this Airs. W. T. Woolfolk and daugh- in ter, Alios Annio I.ec of Lexington, week, visiting dipt. Joo h. Coffey are the guests of Airs. Alurtha Phil- at the latter place. Air. Cecil Drown, Air. Ilayden lips. and wife, of Lancaster, Airs. Margaret J. Alartin and son Leavcll Airs. leavClinton, of Columbus, aro with Aire. drove over Wedcm-day- . Alary K. Jones, who continues quito cll took the train for Alt. Vernon to visit rclntivcs. ill. Mrs. J. E. Hack nnd littlo daughAir. Elizabeth Morgan, of went to Lancaster Tuesday ter, of Gilbert's Creek, June returnto visit her daughter, Airs. J. AI. ed home after a viit to Airs. Alattic lm-inn, Ca-stlSj-AWay-nesburg Mesurs. Howard Xewland Spalding Hill vent to the Danville Fair, Thursday. Air. Clarence Cooper has returned boroe after n vicit to Mr. Carroll utonville. Allen of MUi4 Allin Russell and Francis Fish are visiting Airs. Joe AInson at Thuoday. Airs. 0. 0. Perrv and daughter Hot tie AlcCmm, sHnt J'ridnv nt the and Crab Orchard Springs. Aliss Alinnic Shannon, of Junction Citv. is the guest of her sister, Airs. J. II, Jones. Alius IVachio Huuuliinan, is the guest of Airs. AI. AI. Perkins nt Crab here visiting rclntivcs and friends. Miss Virginia Warren, of Middles-borwas hero a shoit time Tuesday with her aunt, Miss Emma Warren. AIi"8 Samantha Jones nnd Airs. J. W. Holmnii wore down from Crab Orchard .Monday shopping . AILss Fhrrcnco Carter is attending the house, jmrty of Aliss Lena Heck at AIcKinney this week. Airs. 0. S. Aloorc and daughter, of loCnmplon, Kan., nro the guests of Mix. Joseph Coffey. Aliss Alva Holtclaw is the guest of relatives nnd friends in Lancaster. Airs. Annie Pniitt and daughter, li"s Lena Palmer, aro visiting re. latives at Richmond and Kirksville. Dr. and Airs. N. H. AIcKinne", of Carlisle, nro visiting Airs. W. AI. llright. Air Joseph Hopper went to Alt. Vernon Wednesday to attend q house party given by .Misses Wntson. .Messrs. Jack Rout and Ile.erly Rout nttended tho fair at Danville o, Orchard. Air. George Oivens is nt tho DripLincoln county will send a big ping Springs this week. delegation to the Hrodhend fair Air. nnd Airs. S. J. Tntum, of next week. This promises to bo the Crnb Orchard, spent Wednesday in biggest nnd best exhibition ever held Louisville. by the Hockcnstlo County Fair AsAlisses Annie and Cnthcriiio sociation, of Crnb Orchnnl, aro with f i iends nt Olympian Springs. Postmaster J. C. Florcnco is suffering severely with ono shoulder as SHORT LOCAL NEWS a result of a fall whilo doing some work on his lot next to tho Hap.tUt Special 10 cent cigars nt Penny's church. Irs. Florence who is laid GO-the HcmiII Store. up Willi a broken hip. is resting ns easily ns can bo expected with such Insure with the leading a sevens injury. Fish L Bremlev reweswit W. Af. Duncan, who made the race them. All lines. for the democratic nomination for cottage; good Circuit Clerk, nsks tho I. J. to say For Sale spo.ts, chicken house; garden; sever- for him thnt ho has no sore barn; tho j heartily for tho nomineo mid al fruit trees; possession Jan. 1st. ticket and wnnts nil his friends. Cl-- 2 Had Holdcrman. whoc support ho deeply appreciates to ilo likewise. Those wNliing t see me. will find me nt my old place vm Lancaster has returnd Rev. J. J. Dickey, wtiect. W. A. Caron. from Hazard, Perry county, where He will he spent a week or so. The tax hooks for 1012 have been preach at the Alethodist church Sunleady for some lime, please call nnd day morning. settle. W. L. AlcCnrtV Sheriff. 02.3. SAM ROBINSON'S CONTEST Look Here. I lonr.cd a friend n scrap book, have you it if so please Continues to Interest the Peonle return it. John Hright, Sr. Standinq This Week. Rend the adveitiscment of til Secral of the contestants who llrodhend fair in this issue. nre working to win the handsome 100 niano offered bv Sam Robin state or Ohio Crrr fir Iolido. I Lecu Odvxtt. f" son, the hustling clothier, nro well Fmsi ), Cntxri rikra rath Out b la irnlnr 1. t"HriT A CO, itoin hunched in the standing, announced KjXDft tit U trm of r.Toledo, tn the City of Couoty and sut Votes nre given on pur Mkl tLrm atnntd. tiui that DOLLAItS will par thandmm ot today. tor rarta ONI: llt'VIlltMl rrrrr made nt this store. The raw nt CiTan that raooot be rurrd If th um ot chases lUU'a Caliuut Clat. f young ladies who nre being voted mNK J.CIIENCY. prraeoee. for nre designated by numbers, and to brforr me and In A. l., a -- til. thy vt SmuUI, ruharribedliii. mjr nicotic buying goods and wishing to I I A. W. OLE.1SO.V. 1 f N0TT Ptiuc. vote for n voung ladyjnnv learn the and help Ilall't Catanh Cure U takrn tatrrnallr and arte name of the contestants dtrmiy tjpna the blood and i&urtrua euruct of IM their friends nlong without nny adbfkd tor tretlnnniaiii, frre. ffrttrm. F. I. Cllh.NEY CO Toledo, a ditional expense. The standing this Peid br all Drtmbta. lit. week is: Ilia, (or coctUpatloo. UaU'i Hro-nnug- li, 2. cem-panles. OII-'- J. Opera House A good program 5& 10c. J YOU'RE COMING. Nice and New Music by a 6 - piece Orchestra. Cool-GL- AD Friday and Saturday Nights. Aug. 9 and Pictures 10--Good Hot Weather Our bill sale is over but iwe will continue to sell all Oxfords, Clothing, Odd Pants, Hats and Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods at cost. We have a lot of men's work pants, the kind that keep you cool, now going at cost. at Last iii ?ale -"- FudIIt Rev. D. AI. Walker will exchnnge pulpits with Rev W. S. Willis, of Iliistonvillc next Sunday morniii". Aly new full and whiter snmplen nrc now ready for you inspection Call curly and lenvc your measure the rush and you will get better work. II, C. Rupley The Prac- 12,000 22,000 32,805 43,000 ,010 " ' , 322,000 332,000 34-2- ,000 tical Tailor. 325 Presbyterian Services at the church Sunday Aug. 11, Hible school) 142,000 at 0:110. Alornmi; service nt 11 u- -, 152.000 clock. Rev. S. I). Bon, D. D. will' 10 2,M5 preach on "The NTecd of the Gospel ,17 2,000 in the Alountnius.'' Young Peoples' 18 11,030 meeting r.t 7 o'cJce!:. l'J 1IF-2.- 108.040 112,000 122,000 72.000 80.040 92,000 (52,000 , 352.000 ' 302,940 372.000 382,535 302,000 402,000 412.000 ' 422,000 432.000 412,000 452.000 . 4G Sam Robinson Stanford, Kentucky 2,000 ' ' 473,295 482.000 402.000 50--2.- J"" Aliss Fannie Carpenter, who made her home with Airs. Susie Curtis for a number of years, died there of acute gastritis this week, She was a noble, nged 18 years. cood girl and will be sadly missed. She was buried in Buffalo Springs after Cemetery Thuisdar moniir short services nt the grave. 202,000 hns 212,000 12 2,000 512,000 522.000 53 2.3S0 232.000 242,000 -, o.- I " " on fin 202,000 272,000 282.000 202.095 HO 542.000 552.000 502.000 572.000 5S 01 02-2,000 2.000 502,000 002,000 2,000 Oxfords, Straw Hats 2,000 express line of Penny's the Nunnally's candies. Rcxnll Store. Just received by, 312,000 A Kidney GO-- 2. Remedy Advertisement For Sale Privately. Farm of 105 acres, in high state of cultivation, and well locnted. Address Lock Bos 210, Stanford. Kv. Congressman Harvey Helm returned to his duties nt Washington on this Week, from which he had obtained leave of absence to prosecute his campaign for rvnoiniuntion Xoviu. Acton. He was flooded with telegrams . rt- --.o Tl..... letters of cuiigiitltllfitlon. It is" and i Rev. ami Aits. Iiuiurr CiiTJW" and little daughter, Tevis Eleanor mond Tudor nttended the party givrecognized after lisv.-- . returned to tlirir homo at She! Tnrkingtnn, of whelming victory that he i one f en bv the Mie byville, after n visit to her parents Parksville, Tuesday night. strongest in the democrats the Alecdnmes Alnttio Xeviu. Corinc state. Dr. nnd Airs. J. (,. Carpenter. Air. and Airs. Drown of Lancaster, Lee. of Knowille. Xnnnie Hintt, of came over here Thursday and took Louisville, and Aliss Lillie McChln', Suine one took a buggy lino from the train for Alt. Vernon. Airs. E. J. of Knoxvillc, were the guests of Alls Will White's buggy in front of O. P. Drown, f this city joined them here J. E. Huek, of Gibert's Creek Friday. HufTiiuin's nieati slnjp tho oilier Air. and Airs. Hrowder, of Jacknight. Air. Whito says he will give nnd they will attend the fair. Air. nnd Airs. Samuel llnseldeu, sonville, Fin., who are spending sev- a dollar for the nppichcnsion of the nnd tbildifii, nnd Alls. Raymond eral weeks nt Crab Orchard Sjyiues thief and his buggy line back. , Airs. U. F. Walker and motored down Friday and spent the daughter Kathleen, of Lancaster, day with Mr. 0. H. CVinper nnd famA mass meeting of the reoubli- ily.' were hpro (.hopping Wednesday. chiis will be held nt tho Odd Fel lows Hall (colored ou next Alonday night. Lverjbody is invited to come out and ntteniL Will have speeches by u number of good -V- IA sneakers. R. L. Davison uhairmun. lv his-over Hiisi-ldcti- EXCURSION "CAROLINA SPECIAL" TUESDAY, AUGUST 27 TO THE Mountains of Western North Carolina "Land of the Skv". ASHEVILLE, N. C. and return WAYNESVILLEN. and return "Sapphire Country." r.RD HENDERSONVILLE.N.C and return $8 .50 W. C. Potts, who so successfully conducted the contest for the I. J. has been secured by Editor J. AI. Alvcrsou, of the Lawrcnccburg News to put on a contest there.. Alvcrson could not possibly have secured a more capable man for tho wor.k, or one who will secure better results. Here's hoping ho has a big winuer. Brought Great Happiness stating that I have used Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rothat 1 was greatly benefitted by the saiLc nnd have used it in my family. I had a son, when quite young he suffered from bladder or kidney I called in my physician, he attended him but did him no good. Almost by accident I noticed an advertisement about the vuratixe of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. 1 procured a bottlfr and gave it to him aceouling to direction. It cured him of what we thought was impussibld and tho same with others of my family, I have, such strong faith in Swamp-Rothat I lmo iiccr donu without it in my family tiuce the wonderful euro of my sou as well ns myself. 1 re commend it to nil who suffer from kidney or blodder troubles and 1 am led to believe that it is one or tno best medicines for tho purpose for which it is used, that has over been discovered. This is my experience from the Wishing tho use of Swump-Roo- t. niomoters of this wonderful mcdi cine a largo sale to tho suffering Yours respectfully, public, 1 am W. II. AIcAFEE. I take pleasure in ot pro-peiti- es al-m- ot ot and Summer Weight Clothin at Cost (.UMMINS I College Paik, Gn. itness. E. 0. Willinms, Notary Public. Letter Dr. Kilmer & WEAREN M. All Wool Clothes to & Co. N. Y. Stanford, .Kentucky j Binahamton, C.JQ.50 LAKE TOXAWAY, N. and return C.JQ.SQ Pictuie Show. Last Friday and Saturday nights the movMoving Tickets good on "Carolina Special," leaving Danville nt 10:03 V. AI., also on All Other Regular Trains leaving Danvillo August 27th Electric lisht , Pullmnu Obseivntimi and Drawing Room Sleeping Day Cat" menls a la enrte in Dining Cnr, and electric-lighte- d Couchfs of modern construction. 1th. 1912 RETURH LIMIT SEPTEMBER PRIVILEGES. LIBERAL STOP-OVE- R 1 fCiiniTPRY) SOUTHERN RAILWAY. DIVERSE ROUTE Go direct nnd return via Chattanooga, Lookout Mountains, or vice versa, 4L50 additional, For full information, printed matter nnd sleeping cuv reservations, writo nnd Tkt. Agent. 11. C. KING, Lexington, Ky. W. A. HKCKLER, Gen'l l'ass'r Agt. Cincinnati, 0. I''"" picturo shows were beyond the average in both music and pictures. Thero were good crowds each night. "A Victim of the Alormons. was the nam o of tho pictures Saturdny night, this show was complimented by all who were there. The management wiy that tho reels will bo ju&t'ns good this Friday nnd Saturday nights. ing Prove What Swamp Root Will Do For You. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., X. Y., for a sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will ulso ieceie a booklet of valuable information, telling all about tho kidneys nnd bladder. When writing be sine to mention the Stanford InRegular fifty cent terior Journal. sire bottles for sale and nt all drug stores. Bing-hanito- n, one-doll- Home of H. S. & For Every $1 Purchase to Aug. 5, we will give a ticket to Moving Picture Show at the Springs. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky . at our store from Aug. 1 Sue Binmtt Memorial School Admittedly one of the VERY BEST Schools In the State. FIVE SCHOOLS IN 0Nt,-HI- GH SCHOOL. NORMAL SCHOOL GRADED SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF MUSIC, COMMERCIAL SCHOOL iWr J. C. LEWIS, PriMipl, Iniw, Ky. WATi 1BS3I W4- Wv i I jj Tin aCircular 4 CHAPTER XIV. JtB-noa siaircasi ra I ana An iingrim f We had discovered Louise at the (lodgo Tuesday night It was Wednesday I had ray Interview with hr. "Thursday and Friday were unerentful, are as they marked Improrement In our patient. Gertrude spent almost ,all the time with her, and the two had crown to be Brest friends. But things hung over me constantly; the ooroner'a Inquest on the death of Arnold Armstrong, to be held Saturday, and the arrival of Mrs. Armstrong and young Dr. Walker, bringing the body of the dead president oi Ui Traders' bank. We bad not told Louise of either death. Then, too, I was anxious about the children. With their mother's Inheritance swept away In the wreck of the bank, and with their love affairs In a disastrous condition, things could scarcely bo worse. Added to that, the oook and Llddy had a flare up over the for proper way to mako beef-te'Louise, and, of course, the cook left Mrs. Watson had been glad enough, I think, to turn Louise over to our care, and Thomas went upstairs night and morning to greet his young misPoor the doorway. tress from Thomasl He had the faculty found I cer-Ital- n i a "I Am Very Sorry You Have Made This Decision." He Said. till In some old negroes, who cling to the traditions of slavery days of making his employer's Interest his. It I was always "we'1- - with Thomas. obsemlsa him sorely; quious, not over reliable, kindly old man I On Thursday Mr. Harton, the Armstrongs' legal adviser, called up from 'town. He had been advised, he said, that Mrs. Armstrong was coming east .with her husband's body and would arrive Monday. He came with some hesitation, at last to the fact that he 'had been further Instructed to ask me to relinquish my lease on Sunny-(sidas it was Mrs. Armstrong's desire to come directly there. I was aghast "Here!" I said. "Surely you are mistaken, Mr. Harton. I should think. after what happened here only a few days ago, she would never wish to come back. Si d "Nevertheless," he replied, "she is most anxious to come. This 1b what she says: 'Use every possible means in hava RunnvnMA vfl(ftoH. Mttr.t ffS there at once.'" "Mr. Harton," I said testily, "I am not going to do anything of tho kind. I and mlno have suffered enough at the hands of this family. I rented the houso at an exorbitant figure and I have moved out here for tho summer. My city home Is dismantled and In the ,bands of decorators. I have been here one week, during which I have had not a single night of uninterrupted sleep, and I Intend to stay until 1 have recuperated. Moreover, If Mr. Armstrong died insolvent, as I believe was the case, his widow ought to be ,flad to be rid of so expensive a piece of property." ' The lawyer cleared his throat "I am very sorry you have made this decision," he said. "Miss Inncs, Mrs. Fitzhugh tells me Louise Armstrong is with you." , "She is," '"Has she been Informed of this double bereavement?" "Not yet," "I said. "She has been very HI; perhaps she can be told." "It Is very sad; very sad." he said. "I have a telegram for her, Miss Shall I send It out?" "Belter open it and read It to me," I suggested. "If It Is Important, that will save time." Thero was a pause while Mr. Har ton opened the telegram. Then he read It slowly, Judicially. " 'Watch for Nina Carrlngton. Home Monday. Signed V. h. W.' " "Hum!" I said. "'Watch for Nina Carrlngton. Home Monday.' Very well, Mr. Harton. I will tell her, but she is not in condition to watch for any one." I "Well, Miss Innes, if you decide to relinquish the lease, let me know," the lawyer said. "I shall not relinquish It," I replied, ' and X imagined his Irritation from the 'way be hung up the receiver, I wrote the telegram down word fot i word, afraid to trust my memory, and I decided to ask Dr. Stewart bow soon .Louise might be told the truth. The closing of the Traders' bank I con sidered unnecessary for her to know, but the death of her stepfather and stepbrother aaust be broken to her mm, or she night hear it in soma ' UMCpteUd and shocking Manner, Br. aHewgrt cape about four o'clock. i ' In-ne- .er THE INTEWtOW JOUHWAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. AliiUtT brlaglBg his leather satchel into the else. What sort of a man was Mr. hammers, and then I waked to a , knowledge that somebody was pound house with a treat deal of care, and Paul Armstrong-- anyhow?" "He was a bully as well as a ras- isg on my door. opening It at the foot of the stairs I was up at once, and with the to show me a doxen big yellow eggs cal, Gertrude," I said. "Rut I am convinced of one thing; Louise will send sound of my footstep on the floor the nesting among tha bottles. "Real eggs," he said proudly. "None for Halsey now, and they will make low knocking ceased, to be followed immediately by sibilant whispering of your anemic store eggs, but tho real It all up." For Louise had steadily refused to through the keyhole. thing some of them still warm. Feel "Miss Rachel! Mlsa Rachel!" somesee Halsey all that day, and tha boy for Miss Louise!" them! Egg-nobody was saying, over and over. He was beaming with satisfaction, was frantic. "Is that you, Llddy?" I asked, my We had a quiet hour, Halsey and 1,1 and before he left, he Insisted on going back to the pantry and making that evening, and I told him several hand on the knob. "For the love of mercy, let me la!" an egg nog with his own hands. Some- things; about tho request that we , how, all the time he was doing It 1 give up tbo lease to Sunnystde, abouti she said In a low tone. 8he was leaning against the door, had a vision of Dr. Wllloughby, my the telegram to Louise, about the nerve specialist In the city, trying to rumors of an approaching marriage! for when I opened It she fell In. She . and she had a I wondered If he between the girl and Dr. Walker, and,! was gretnlsh-whlte- . mako an ever prescribed anything so plebeian last of all, my own Interview with her red and black barred flannel petticoat over her shoulders. and so delicious. And while Dr. the day before. He sat back in a big chair, with til, Stewart whisked the eggs he talked. "Listen," sho said, standing In the "I said to Mrs. Stewart," he con- face in the shadow, and my heart fair middle of tho floor and holding on to big and mo. "Oh, Miss Rachel, it's the ghost fided, a little red In the face from the ly ached for him. Ho was so exertion, "after I went home fho other boyish! When I had finished he drew of that dead man hammering to get day, that you would think me an old a long breath. "Whatever Louise does," he said, enought theco was a dull thud gossip, for saying what I did about "nothing will convlnco me. Aunt Ray, apparently thud thud it came Walker and Miss Louise." that sho doesn't care for me. And up from the wall. "Nothing of the sort," I protested. "It's not a ghost," I said decidedly. "The fact is," he went on, evidently to two months ago, when she and her Justifying himself, "I got that piece of mother went west I was the happiest "If It was a ghost It wouldn't rap; it Information just as we get a lot of fellow on earth. Then something would come through the keyhole." that things, through the kitchen end of the made a difference; she wrote me mar- Llddy looked at tho keyhole. "But It her people were opposed to the sounds very much as though somo one Young Walker's chauffeur house. Walker's more fashionable than I am, riage; that her feeling for me was Is trying to break Into tha house." I Llddy was shivering violently. and lie goes around the country in a what it had always boen, but that Stanhope car well, his chauffeur something had happened which hail1 told her to get me my slippers and she brought me a pair of kid gloves, comes to see our servant girl, and he changed her Ideas as to the future. told her the whole thing. I thought was not to write until she wroto me, so I found my things myself and preIt was probnble, because Walker spent and whatever occurred, I was to think pared to call Halsey. As before, the a lot of time up here last summer, the best I could of her. It sounded night alarm had found the electric lights gono; tho hall, save for Its when the family was here, nnd be- liko a puzzle. When I saw her yes sides, Mggs, that's Walker's man, had terday, it was tho same thing, only, night lamp, was In darkness, as I went across to Halsey's room. I hardly a very pat little story about tho doc- perhaps, worse." "Halsey," I asked, "have you any know what I feared, but It was a re tor's building a house on this proper ty, Jnt at he foot of the hllL Tho Idea of thn nature of th Interview lief to find him llierr, very Round between Louise Armstrong and Arn- asleep, and with hi door unlocked sugnr, please." "Wako up, Halsey," I said, shaking The egg nog was finished. Drop by old tho night he was murdered?" onco him. "It was stormy. Thomas says drop tho liquor had cooked the egg, Ho stirred a little. Llddy was hnlf and now, with a final whisk, a last or twice he almost broke Into the In and halt out of the door, afraid as toss In tho shaker. It was ready, a room, he was so alarmed for Louise, "Another thing, Halsey," I said, usual to bo left alone, and not quite symphony In gold and white. The "have you ever heard Loulso mention daring to eater. Her scruples seemed doctor sniffed It "Real eggs, real milk, and a touch a woman named Carrlngton, Nina Car- to fade, however, all at once. Sho rlngton?" gavo a suppressed yell, bolted Into the of real Kentucky whisky," he said. "Never," he said positively. room and stood tightly clutching the He Insisted on carrying It up himFor try as we would, our thoughts of the bed. Halsey was self, but at the foot of the stairs be always came back to that fatal Satur- gradually waking. paused. Llddy walled. "A "I've seen "Rtggs said the plans were drawn day night and the murder. Every conwoman in white down tha hall!" for the house," he said, harking back I paid no attention. to the old subject "Drawn by Hus"Halsey," I persevered, "some one ton In town. So I naturally believed Is breaking into tho house. Get up, him." won't you?" When the doctor came down, I was "It Isn't our house," he said sleepiready with a question. ly. And then he roused to the exi"Doctor," J asked, "la there any one gency of the occasion. "All light. In the neighborhood named CarrlngAunt Ray," ho said, still yawning. "If ton? Nina Carrlngton?" you'll let me get Into something" "Carrlngton?" Hp wrinkled his foreIt was all I could do to get Llddy head. "Carrlngton? No, I don't reout of the room. The demands of the member any such family. There used cccsslca had co SnflueUiu ou her; ahe to b Covlngtops down the creek." had seen the ghost, she persisted, nnd "The name was Carrlngton," I said, sho wasn't going into tho hall. Hut and the subject lapsed. I got her over to my room at last, Gertrude and Halsey went for a more dead than alive, and made her long walk that afternoon and Louise He down on the bed. slept Time hung heavy on my hands, The tappings, which seemed to have and I did as I had fallen Into a habit ceased for a while, had commenced of doing lately I sat down and again, but they were fainter. Halsey thought things over. One result of came over In a few minutes, and stood my meditations was that I got up sudlistening and trying to locate the denly and went to the telephone. I bad taken the most Intense dislike to "We Had a Quiet Hour," Halsey sound. "Give me my revolver, Aunt Ray," this Dr. Walker, whom I had never and I. he said; and I got it the one I had seen, and who was being talked of in the countryside as the fiance of Louise versatlonal path led to It, and we all found in the tulip bed and gave It to felt that Jamleson was tightening him. He saw Llddy there and divined Armstrong. I knew Sam Huston well. There tho threads of evidence around John at once that Louise was alone. "You let me attend to this fellow, had been 'a time, when Sam was a Bailey. The detective's absence was good deal younger than he Is .now, be- hardly reassuring; he must have had whoever It is. Aunt Ray, and go to fore he had married Anne Endlcott something to work on in town or he Louise, will you? Sho may be awake and alarmed." when I knew him even better.. So now would have returned. So In spite of her protests, I left The papers reported that the cashI felt no hesitation in calling htm over tho telephone. But when his office ier of the Traders' bank was ill In his Llddy alone and went back to the boy had given way to his confidential apartments at the Knickerbocker a cast wing. Perhaps I went a little clerk, and that functionary had conde- condition not surprising, considering faster past the yawning blackness of scended to connect his employer's everything. The guilt of the defunct the circular staircase; and I could desk telephone, I was somewhat at a president was no longer In doubt; the hear Halsey creaking cautiously down misslngvbonds had been advertised the main staircase. The rapping, or loss as to how to begin. In pounding, had ceased, and the silence "Why, how are you, Rachel?" Sam and some of them discovered. said sonorously. "Going to build that every instance they had been used as was almost painful. And then sudcollateral for large loans, and the denly, from apparently under my very house at Rock View?" It was a belief was current that not less than feet, there rose a woman's scream, a Joke of his. "Sometime, perhaps," I said. "Just a million and a half dollars had been cry of terror that broko off as suddennow I want to ask you a question realized. Every one connected with ly as it came. I stood frozen and Btlll. about something which is none of my tho bank had been placed under ar- Every drop of blood In my body seemed to leavo the surface and gathrest, and released on heavy bond. business." "I sco you haven't changed an Iota Was ho alone in his, guilt or was er around my heart In the dead siWhere lence that followed It throbbed as If It in a quarter of a century, Rachel." tho cashier his uccompllce? This was Intended to be another Jest. was tho money? The estate of the would burst More dead than alive, I stumbled Into Louise's bedroom. She "Ask ahead; everything but my do- dead man was comparatively small a city houso on a fashionable street, was not there! mestic affairs is at your service." "Try to be serious," I said. "And Sunnyslde, a large estate largely (To Ho Continued.) tell me this: Has your firm made any mortgaged, an Insurance of $50,000, plans for a house recently for a Dr. and somo personal property this wus all. Tho rest lost In speculation probWalker at Casanova?" ably, the papers said. There was one Finds Cure for Epilepsy "Yes, we have." "Where was it to be built? I have thing which looked uncomfortable for After Years of Suffering Jack Bailey: He and Paul Armstrong a reason for asking." was afnlcted with 'My daughter "It was to be, I believe, on the Arm- together had promoted a railroad comepileptic nts for three yean, the attacks rustrong place. Mr. Armstrong himself pany In New Mexico, and it was every few weeks. We employed consulted me, and the inference was mored that together they bad sunk coming several doctors but they, did her no in fact, 1 am quite certain the large sums of money there. The busigood. About a bouse was to be occupied by Mr. Arm- ness alliance between the two men year ago we strong's daughter, who was engaged added to tbo belief that Bailey knew of Dr. heard Nervine, something of the looting. His unexto, marry Dr. Walker." Miles' plained absence from tho bank on When the architect had inquired for and It certainly the different members of my family, Monday lent color to the suspicion has proved a and had finally rung off, I was certain against him. The strange thing blessing to our of ono thing. Louise Armstrong was seemed to be his surrendering himself little girl. Sho is In lovo with Halsey, and the man she on the point of departure. To me, it now apparently was going to marry was Dr. Walker. seemed the shrewd calculation of a cured and la enMoreover, this decision was not new; clever rascal. I was not actively anjoying tho best marriage had been contemplated for tagonistic to Gertrude's lover, but I of health. It Is some tlmo. There must certainly be meant to bo convinced, one way or the over a year since other. I took no one on faith. aha has had a some explanation but what was It? We cannot fit. That day I repeated to Louise the That night tha Sunnyslde ghost bespeak too highly telegram Mr. Harton had opened. She gan to walk again. Llddy had been of Dr. Miles' Nervine." seemed lo understand, but an unhap-pie- r sleeping In Loulso's dressing room on MUS. FRANK ANDERSON, Coinfrey, Minn. face I have never seen. She a couch, and the approach of dusk looked like a criminal whose reprieve was a signal for her to barricade the Thousands of children in the is over, and the day of execution ap- entire suite. Situated as It was, beUnited States who are suffering proaching. yond the circular staircase, nothing from attacks of epilepsy are a but an extremity of excitement would burden and sorrow to their parents, CHAPTER XV. havo made her pass it after dark. I who would give anything restore confess myself that the place seemed health to the sufferers. to Llddy Gives the Alarm. to have a sinister appearance.but tome The next day, Friday, Gertrude we kept that wing well lighted, and . Dr. MOW Nervme broke the news of her stepfather's until the lights went out at midnight is one of the best remedies known death to Louise. She did It as gently it was really cheerful, If one did not for this aflliction. It has proven as she could, telling her first that he know Its history. beneficial in thousands of cases was very 111, and finally that be was On Friday night, then, I had gone and those who have used it have dead. Louise received the news in to bed, resolved to go at once to sleep. the greatest faith in it. It is not tho most unexpected manner, and Thoughts that insisted on obtruding a "cure-all,- " but a reliable remedy when Gertrude came out to tell me themselves I pushed resolutely to the for nervous diseases. You need bow she had stood it, I think she was back of my mind, and I systematically not hesitate to give it a trial. gold by all Druggists. If the first, almost shocked. i relaxed every muscle. I fell asleep "She Just lay and stared at me, soon, and was dreaming ttat Dr. bottle falls te bsntfit your money le Aunt Ray," she said. "Do you know, Walker was building his new house return'. o., Klkhart, 14 I believe she Is glad, glad! And-sh- e Immediately in front of my windows; MltlS MIDICAC i r. is too lamest to pretend any(hjnjl I could hear the tbumjtbump. of the ' er?-nogJ foot-boar- d t. 1912 . it Sheriff's Salt.! lly irtue of execution No, (030) issued from tho Clerk's office of. tbo nix thirty six, directed to me, which Lincoln Circuit Court, in favor of Swift & Co., ngninst J. J, Durham, I, or ono of my deputies, will, on Monday, the 8th dny of July, 1U1'.', between tho hows of one o'clock I'. M. nnd two o'clock 1. M. at tho court house dour in Stntiford, comity of Lincoln, Kentucky, expose to public sulo to tho highest bidder, tbo following proporty (or so much thereof ni may bo necessary tu satisfy tbo amount of tbo pluintiff t: debt, intrrcsl, and cotttt,) House and lot in tbo town of Mo Kiimry Lincoln county, Ky., und bounded thus, bcj,'iniiiiiK' ut comer to Ccu. (livens1, thcnc'4! south 7;i Knst 11) 3- -1 poles; South 11! West 8 2 poles North 73 Wtst 10 3- -1 polci north 1U east 8 l-- 'J polo to the bci;iii!iiiu; contniuini; ono ncru und otic pole, bcini tbu land held by smd J. J. Durham, under deed recorded in tbo office of the Clerk of tbo Lincoln County Court of Lincoln Cutllity, in deed book 44, pni;o 553. lly Koiii upon tnid laud ami lintifwiiK the only occupant thereof tbo wife of the haid J. J. Durham, of nld levy. This levy is Mibject to tbu mortgage lien of tbu McKinney Deposit llatik, which is recorded in tbo offico of tbo Lincoln County clerk's olllco in mortgage book N, pngo'139. l.oy was inacio after failure, to fiud nny pcrsonnl property upon which piiiiil-- could bo levied on. Tins levy innda May 8th, Itll'J. Tbo amount of Ibis execution is $ti5.&l and cash expended $11.75, with interest from Sept. 20th 190!). levied upon nn tbu property of J. J. Durham. TKHMS: Snlc will bo inn do on n credit of (3) three montlm bond whb approved security required, bearing interest nt tho mto of 0 per cent per annum from day of sale, ntid having the forco and effect of u Hales bund, this 20th day of Juno 11)12. W. L McCarty, 50-3- f Sheriff Lincoln County Court lo-wi1-- LKOION OF DEMONS. ug. 11. Mark lv, 98t v, -- Ood It oar Rtfuo ami fitrtnftS, a rtry em-m- l net htlp M IrvulU; Ihtrtfor tclll fear, IhtrntH tin tarlk U rfcmprrf, and Ihovoh tht mountain) t rati Ma tht mUtl tf 14 tea," Pialm lri, J, f. forepart of today's study Is account of n very severe storm on the Sen of anil-loJesus, tired from Ills teaching and healing. In which vitality went out of Illra for the relief of tho people, had gotten Into one of the boats formerly used by some of Ills dtstln'it-- s lu tin fishing business and still owned by them. The purpose was to cross the lako for a season of rest. The Master was soon fast nsleep. Suddenly a terrific storm set In which appalled oven thoso accustomed to such scenes. They came to Jesus and aroused Htm, saying, "Mnstcr. rarest Thou not that wo perish?" and He rebuked tho wind, saying, "Pence, bo still." And Immediately "thero was n great cnlru." Tho text nt tlio head of this study drnws to our nttcntlon another storm. A 20-A- Cnn It pictures the groat storm oftronblo if which In the closo of this Ago will suddenly burst upon tho wholo world of mankind nnd in which "Babylon tho Great the Mother of Harlots," "like a great millstone will bo cast Into tho midst of tho sea." ThN snmo "tlmo of trouble." In somo Scriptures, Is spoken of ns n "whirlwind," tbo result of letting looso "the four winds of heaven," that will be held until that time. Revelation xtII, 6; XTlIt, 21; Jeremiah xxr, 32; Revelntlon T $torm at Asraln. this trou ble is symbolized by a "Are." which will burn not only the earth (symboli cal of organized society), but also the heavens (symbolical of cccleslastlcum), This symbolical fire, this great nn archlstlc blaze, will leavo present in stltutlons In "ashes." Upon tho ruins, tho ashes, of the blasted hopes and ambitions of society, political, scientific and religious, will ariso the glorious Kingdom of Messiah to bless tbo world; and It will bo as prophesied: "Tho of all nations shall come." Our text pictures that coming "tlmo of trouble" as a great "storm." which will entirely remove, or change the "earth." the present construction of so. clety. and carry the "mountains," the kingdoms of this present time. Into tho sea of anarchy. God's people will to somo extent be associated with all of VU. 1. it. Sheriff's Sale. Hy wrtue of execution No. 013 direcled to me, which issued from do-sl- ro o n JXk these troubles; but they nre not to fear, they are to realize that God is at the. helm. "Jesus Oave Them Leave." In the beading wo have connected this study with the demons, because the Scriptures fntlmato that the demons will have considerable to do with stirring up the great "time of trouble" and discontent with which this Age will close and Messiah's Kingdom be established. On tha other side of tho Lake, as they landed, n man come running toward them. Ho was obsessed that Is to say, demons, tho rnilen angels mentioned by St Judo (Judc G) and St l'eter (11 Peter II. I). had gained access, and uero In control of him. It was thcm thnt recognized Jesus and spoko through tho man' lips. Tbo Bible's explanation of how somo & J$il angels their original fell from per- fection nnd harmony with God, nnd of why they seek to gain control of humanity arid commune tbo Clerk's office of the Lincoln circuit court, in favor of D. A. 1'uritt, Msninst A. G. Cokcr. I, vi tme of my deputies, will, on Monday, tho 22tb dny of August 1012, between tbo boms of ono o'clock 1. M. nnd two o'cloek I. M. nt the court houso door in Stanford county of Lincoln, Ky., expose to public tnlc to tho highest bidder, tho following jrrop-ert- y (or so much thereof as way ho ncccnry io satisfy tho amount of tho Plaintiff's debt, interest, nnd t: costs,) A rertnin trnct or parcel land ill Lincoln county Ky., on the bend waters of South Fork, and adjoining the lands of 1'nvctt, on the cant nnd north, nnd on tbo west by tbo lands of James Stull, south by tho lands of Hub Jenkins, nnd containing twelve (12) acres. Tho mnount of this execution is n3 follows: Principle 3200, (two hundred dollars) willt interest 6 per cent from 10, day February 1010 until paid nlso tbo sum of eleven dollars nnd fifty cents, (711.50) cost expended, nnd tbo further cost of this action levied upon ns tbo property of A. 0, Cokcr. TKHMS: Sale will bo made on n credit of three month? bond with approved security required, bearing interest nt the rale of C per cent, per nnmim fiom dnlo of sale, nnd having tbo force nnd effect of n sales bond, this 2Gtb, day of July 1912. C0-tins 2Cl.t. day of, July 1012. W. L. McCAKTV, Sheriff. 3. mediums, and personate the dead, we have not the apace to present A trtnt ttorm of Iron-- in this study; but It lo nd IM at, as there are many today more or less under the Influenco of demonlsra spiritism we will send further information upon postcard re- with them through Commissioner's Sale. M. C. Dclk, Adm'r etc., Plaintiffs, vs George Kstes etc., Dcfcndnnts. Notice of Sale. -- to a judgment of salo berclofoto rendered in 'the above Ftyled cause, the undersigned will on Monday, (County Court Day,) Aug. 12th, 1912. Pursuant if? -- Jesus gave the demons tho privilege they requested. The swine, like the o man, were crazed by tbo strango influenco which took possession of their brains. They ran violently down a steep place into the sea and were Meantime, the man, redrowned. leased from his obsession, was again in his right mind, nnd praised God for out-sld- quest his deliverance. Tbbso familiar with such matters f of all tbo claim that probably one-hal- Inmates of our Insane asylums are persons obsessed by evil spirits, demons, without any organic disease of the brain. And alas! we see evidences on every hand that these evil spirits are paving tho way for a great onslaught upon humanity. Under tbo title of Psychic Phenomena spiritism is being examined by some of the prominent professors of our day. They, liko other spiritists, aro deceived In supposing that tho manifestations which come to them aro from their dead human friends. The Bible nlono makes the matter perfectly clear. It assures us that the dead have no power to communicate, and that all such communications come from tho demons, who do not dare to tell who thoy are, for if tbey did, humanity would be on guard against them. i ot about cm o'clock, P. M., in front of the court houso door in Stanford, Ky., offer for fnlo nt publio outcry on n credit of sax months, to tbo highest nnd !Mt bidder, the following describe-t: nul cstnte, A trnct of land on tbo waters of GTcen river in ' "icoln county, Ky.. bounded on the inrth by tbo Innda of Knock Harnett, oi tbo enst by tho lands of Worth MoWhorter, on tbo south by (Jten river, and on tbo west by tbo mis of Dr. Wesley, cuntiiniiig 27 4 ncfres of land, moro or less. ITTMU: Said property will bo sold on n credit of six months, nnd the purrbiKT iTU bo required to execute bond for " o purchase prico with approve personal security, payable to (ho undersigned, bearing six per cent Jiteiest from dato of filo, with I'i'i r'tnincd on the land to secure the payment thereof, the tfnme having tbo forco nnd effect of a judgment. This July 22nd, 1012. George D. Florence, Special Com- mls&lew, L C. C. CO-T. J. Hill, Atty. for Plffs. to-wi' 3-1 3. iiWttsMasWUMie sSssstfisJam MIMsjsssj W 4A Wm vm' - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. AUGUST . 1812 n I Ptsiblc. Vf ." W 0 lV' ?: BROWER'S BROWER'S H lT.' The Buying Becomes More Spirited as This Busy ?'vl Hurry Out Sale Proceeds. Please Be PatieK-We Are Making All Driveries As Fast As .WW .V: -- :. i Today's Crowds Were Even Greater Than Yesterday's Today's Sales Far Exceeded Yesterday's in Volume C. F. Brower & Co.'s Entire Stock is Included in This CHIFFONIER linn five Inrso rooiuv Jrnucrs. Hurry QC Out I'rice ShIhI Oak. , ..aV . ..... if :. :.-- . .. a. . . . House Cleaning Sale Annual $6.65 mmfj CHIFFONIER. Hurry Out j'ike With Jlcvel lMutc Mirror. Solid Oak i,.mT . tO yJ.JJ Not Merely a Few Special Items But Every Dollars Worth of Merchandise in this Building Goes at a Grand Reduction. "; . v.e) CHINA CLOSET Solid Onk. 1'lntc OIums .:;: aV ?,. hamMnu Salo Pnco ... dr. Why Not Make Your Selections Tomorrow Morning? crv RLFRIERATORS All metiil, 'fiunle-'-'- , white'cunmeled lined, Oiilvanizcd wire 4i RE t f.lielf. 1'iioe Him-y.Ou- $9.85 Doors Open Daily at 9 a. m. and Close at 5 p. mr ;:; . :"! :... .. . A . " IltMiriitli 04 inches, width 17 of the many special bargains in store t 2 inches. Your choice of Five Different Woods and Finishes: Oak, Golden, Fumed or Early English. Has Large Bevel Plate Mirror DxlO inches. Only one 1-- Mission Shaving Cabinet 2 PJ :!! ... vrfj. 4. inches, depth 12 Cor 1-- you here at this Hurry Out Sale 2.95 Hurry-ou- Reductions Are Greatest On Our Splendid High Grade Period Furniture. LADIES' DRESSING TABLE Qimrtrrcd It'ute mirror JWiuitiftil Oak. ' . I'ti'ihIi lliirrv Out Vnw J7 fiCC ? ' ,0c C. F. ..... BROWER & CO. LEXINGTON, . . . - a.. KY. MORRIS CHAIR Quartered Oak Frame. Loose Very duroy CmdiijiM. C luitidoome. t Main at Broadway. irieeP" QC Cor- .?- - - ... . a a m Why Wait Until Fall and Pay Much More. ... . . ...'A. . .A . ..A... a .. .................. .. Take Advantage of This Hurry Out Sale ... k a a . .. .a. .a . .. ...'..&-..- . I.l. t. I ..l.lJIII.Vff.l.Vtll.'All.'l PREACHERSVILLE PIKE. John Qummius, ...'..... . Well- -, and Holiert llraeher uirpo-- e all the while to support him ere the eleetion uffiecrs hele Sat- in the event he .jt the, nomination, huvo in .al mtv !( urday and dim t'oultcr haul that a e, hU wannest made at lln I'liri'stinii tdiurch t hinder favored et of men eolild That he will douhtle-; eoneede, the Vori! ite for it week or more. The li.it hae meeii appointed. It - true friend- reate.- -t heini' when he heeame a Q. lilor, Hex. .1. liy MmitKomery.Oali-Ite-i llirj were not haud-iiin- e men, !. candidate against n man with Harl.ev. Molit illxted any mean-- , hut they weie as j.illy a vey Helm'.- - reeord. They are !iains a'jle it.-- l set a- - one would eaie to meet. It appeared to u- - from the preachuijr done, though tlieie Mr. Annie lliyanl lutr. torn down that he was making a losline liven no ndditioim to date. The her here, wlneh hail ing fiitlil mid we wondeied why :i will likely ido-- e tomorrow, iiivi'tiiif old and Komrwlint drlnpidatcd man of his ood sense could not see U'rdnedn,v. v; t and ha eontrai'ted with I tat the fij;lit is over now, and it Itev. ('. T. Claiuieli lias Co., for a heautiful mi loom eottai'e Mr. Helm's vietory is ho decisive the (Tvnes of He v. Taylor to t.t lie lendy for oeeupaiiey ill a that it would ho out of taste to ata protmetttl uieetiiiK ! the in ltaptit ehureli here, come time in John Coulter -- old 'M head of tempt tu crow over one m overwhelmingly defeated. Now let. us Oet)U-rHev. Tulor was pator at 'J 1'. Hlffe at Kteer to Je-e- pull off our couth iikiI elect Harvey ItuiVlx home jean. ai;ii and it haul cent- -, et on Helm, lie ha- dtv head Woodrow Wilson and the In 1h- - it Knnl ineneliei. hand. whole piimIi and all will lie well. Mi-Ituth mid .Martha I he Shai-- i and l.ute- - liouirlit a luineli .Myrtle in honor of Mi of yearling Meeis and heifer of V. Mt. Moriah Tuei-daiiiivlit, of I.oniville. Wil-oeellle, a eow of at 4 Tho-- ii Mr. Manly 'McUuffey, who has preeiit were Micm". Kwlyu T. -. n A. e.1. for .:i( and a heeu i itliiiintf a tlircnliinir niiudiine Miiid IJerniec Cash. Stella Junei. Harney, Mary and I.iM.io .leti. hiineii of hliuul- - of Mime paili pulled ifi la- -t week on for Mr. Helle, t'owan, .Myrtle and Herie .i:t.v o maiiv maehiiic.--. we aecount M Well, the priliiuiv - over anil Tap-eot- t. Mr. Henry Mills, of this heeti.)ii exery.uie eoiineeted with it - Imildiiu; a nice little cottage near Mri-- . T. II. Morau leturned Smi-d- a pie.-mhere the in any way - jjnd. The n-- iill ehureli. While woiMiifj on it Prof lroni viKilint; lelativen in Indi- piedii'ted it would .loliu Will Yonnj; fell and - hiiffer-inu- r ana Mr. mid Mrx. liav Hlliott, of was ju- -t what u- -. The e to N'ev Salem. .eiit Sunday with Mr. he. and - no Miipn-verv miieli over Iun jolt, but ' tide wiii with IIurev Helm from the lucky to hnve no limbs broken. V. llryant. mid Mi". Mail and thvie wn notliint: that Hev 0 T. I'launeli went t. I'uiut Mr. Tom MackbyV. Murine; hehool w liter we A- - for the .'l.i-.- d I.ick Saturday to preach. .Initio M. could turn it. .Sunday. Theie was ignite it he- -t we could for fiht 1.. Sharp wan here MumTiiy r1liiiK made the lar'e crowd piescut nud we sec lot feeliiui-- i whatever Ifarvevi Willi no ill he hat. done toward our to our triocern-heiiu; our of xood .1. H. Hiu;ui!.r. MeU'hoiter, MelUJoiie-- . towaul Mi. Sullivaii. it Mr. John llutchiusson ha- - return ed to hi- - home in Covington ijiter a AW two week- - -- tay. ItelMMtU. .mmmmmm. IklkHKH Ikl ilklklklklkbv ,IIIIIBs7i.bbh w&mmm Marksbury. I'.tKtoT Mahaii will beiu n pro1 B 1 1 m Mm a tracted meeting with hi- - ehureli ut .mmimMU mmmm k I SH '3?aEHXaDBBs ShMHmSVHHHp BaH tSBflSBaBAT mSmmmm !Qmvr,'''mmmmmmmmmmmmmw r, fafafkuaakWIHiBflBIMIv thi lace in (he early pint of Lmmmm9mmmmmmmmmmmmWlJmmmmmmlmmmV&mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Mlddkburq. Jaek It.-- , Ih-c- pro-ir- e f rl ..' Tap-ieot- . e- fi leeent trip to FrankTToit. The supper driven last week by the Ladies Woikiny; Society wu- - ti both finaneially and socially. Quite a ;ood deal of fun wus had nt the dining loom door wheie the Hiie.-- ts weie measuied, the tallest lady measuring 71 inches while the tallest gentleman present was 77 inches liifli. l'iano music lecita-tiou- s and sout;s Kwe charm to the evening and everyone present seemed have a jrw(l time. The ladies tire, indebted to Mr. Klnier Chestnut for the beautiful Japanese lanterns he presented for'the occasion. Mc-st- s. Ihomp.-o- n Arnold, Hen Kill" and Dr. ltiirnetto have ju- -t re turned from u motoring tiip thiousb central and western Kentucky. f Lanea-te- r, Mrs. lien lluxlie-- , was the v'ue- -t of Mvs. Kdiuuml Dut-toSunday. Mi illilt, of lpITi- - Giuittld, hits been riitin her sister, of llrfclit's .stie-ee-s -u, In Very Bad Shape, and Many pairs Are Needed. Re- Pieacher.sville, Auir. 8. ly leipiest the iowers We humb Heud. ue w- i- ..tiOav. arBBbon ' Utw Mrs. Sam Speiike- - ami daughter, have returned from a visit to his brother, Mr. Will Speaks at Highland. Mr. Perry Tiiwle, left this week to vi-- it his brother, Joe TuIe, of New York City. Mr. Dan Buvdctte ha- - returned from the siiuitoiium at Crab Orch-aimuch improved in health. Air.--. Eliza Hicks, of Danville, who spent lo- -t week with l'liend-- , there - now the piest f Mr Clay at Hryaut-vill- e. d, Wil-liti- MRS. JOHN Dies CORMINEY at Rowland n by VKiF mMmmWtlLmmwtmW. ar ulAmW-- T '"T? mTlmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwWUmmmmmWmmmmmMUmmmWPmTl 'mXWmXmmmmmmmmmwZF kT7" SEmMmwUf!' f'mmCmmfiVmmmWf Pnr allurlM tfiO Of fl.ld Jult .nu l ak-nrM th. hutton and "PULL." The sld. bolt an mik.s it ..it. You don't hv. to tug at tht brrel or watchahol Tht action ttaya op.n att.r each iingl. mag.xln. Is .tnptv. it flred.- -lt alwaya ataya op.n when tha und.r abaolut. con- Klva ahoti-th- r.. to f.t tha cripples-ea- ch trot of tha trlfi.r ftngar. Tha r.colt r.Ioada for you-U- ck dlicomfort out another shell In! takes tha strain off tha yn-- the of the kick all without diminishing the drive behind the snot. Simple take.dow- n- few turns of the readily handled magazine acrew.cap makes cleaning, lairylnj and Inter. ciunge of barrels quick and easy. motion picture booklet telling how the Send. for a . . fauntionivon -iiftBuii-.".- .ifl kick la uneunuw the iVeming ron. UMC Autoloading Shotgun takes the punishment out of heavy loads. '&WLWFmmWtmmJmmW&mW:: ij A . M .. SJ . fin - W. 1'. Jenkins. Mis Foley, of l.eiii;;Mi, came over this weal; to make u several dii.v- -' stay with Mi-- s (leoiiu Dunn. Mi. J. W. .Malum, who has been iinte sick for the past two weeks is better u( tin- - wiilinn. I'.i-tMahaii will beiu n meetAuu'ii- -t ing ut Ml. Hebron, beuinnin Hev. J. 1. Jenkins, ol Louis'J I. ville will do the pleaching. Mi. Hcitram Spratt Lowell, who ha- - In en his friends hete has veiui'iied home. Mrs. llalley Waiv, of Ciucimiati, Addie Arnold. has been Master A&burv Siler, of Jellico, Tenn., is the iu'- - of his uncle, Mr. J. W, Milium. Mcltiide mid brothers, Mi Messrs. .1. A. nud I'an Mellride, of Hielunonil, Mi es iiilhec William aijd Marv Carr. of I'aint Liek, weie or lfe. State Kvivieli-- t After Eight Years of Sufferinn. l,iio Mis. John Coiuuncy died ut her in Hovvliiiul la.--l Thursday. She was the daughter of William and Marv Pnyne, formerly of the Walnut rial section, hut later of Preaeheisville and now both dead. She was married to John Coimiuey Vomethiiu,' moiu than thirty years apt and eilit childiea were born to bless their union, seven of whom are livinjr, nearly all kiovtii. Ded ceased was u uood woman, by all. She had been an almost eoiisiunt sufterer for about eiht years of it complication of troubles. After funeral service- - Friday at her late homo by Mr. J. C MeClarv, her leumiiis weie hiid to ie.--t in (lichen eemelery to nwait the lesurreetion iiioriiiu. Mny the (1ml of infinite mercy heal l,he biokeu luvaits of her Horiowin;; fuinil. home vvell-lik-e- that be, the proper authorities and anyone else upon wliDin the responsibility rests to nlea-- e take notice of the condition of the I'reiiuhereville and Stanford turnpike. We venture the assertion that portions of this pike are now in worse shape than at any time since built in ltS4. Also how very dau"erous thejjndj;e over Wilkinson's I'rauch -, bcinj; unbanistered, and in a shin I curve of the highway, with it sheer drop of lo feet to solid rock below, which should a carriage or other vehicle drop over, nine times in ten, would cause a Imagine for nil final eatastiopbe. ut a biijnry load of women and chihlieii - actors in this, (your own wife, and children for instance,) and your manly form would tremble, your hair ri-- e in terror, and your would be as abject mental as a felon upon henrin;r his death Then the bridge sentence read. abutments, nt the lar'e iron bridge on Dick's liver, near the old Walter Warren place, are not bunistered and higher and u- - dauirerous us the beforti mentioned bridge. Hetweeu these tvvo poiets is still another place, the hiuh bluff or cliff, uloui; tho brow of which runs the turnpike bauis-tcriIiisteud of a ;ood which would stop anything froiiNa downin the vehicle wind plunge fifty feet to the river below, what - there in place f Some fence two plunk hi'h, on rotten -. In some places the plank have lotted ami :oue alid should u hor-- e become unmauup'nble, would nffoid but little piotectiou from a hiirioii- - ilisaster. This - not owii di'itwn, the case will bear inquiry and the Muicker the better, for tnless it i, soon vemedied the c mil county of inii-o- ry sah-tauti- nl u, Preachersvllle. storekeeper and finujrer nt LawreneeburjJ, cnoio over Saturday to vote in the primary und visit his father, Mr. 11. G. Cummins, who lias been sick. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. White have returned lVum a pleasant visit U their dutmhter, Mro. Je-s- e Traj'lor, ut Puris. Kev. Hyiium Deborde, who spent his boyhood days here, preached Sunday at the Heech Grove Baptist chinch to tt ood crowd. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress Iiuvt ju- -t returned from iittcndiiiK the Cre.--s family reunion held near Dayton, Ohio, last week. They report a nice time nud about lot) of the name in attendance. MissJulu Nuvlor - now nt home nfttr u two weeks' visit to her sister. Mrs. Grover Gastiiieau. Mr. ami .Mrs. William Hunkc were quests of Mr. nnd Mrs. August llar-tel- s. Mrs. Harnett Foley has been quite sick. Mr, George W. Kiujr, of Norman. Okla., has been n of his sister, Mrs. G. W. Spunkier and other r'n- -t Knd relatives. Mr. and Mrn, H. Q. Pettus cputo u crowd of young folks on n hay ride one night lu- -t week to see tile picture show at Crab Orchard Springs. There will be services Saturduv und Sunday nt the Baptist ehureli. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Luiisford, vis ited their son. II. T. Lunsford visited their son, B. T. Luiisfoid in Garni rd. Mr. J. F. Payne nnd wife were culled to Howlaud to attend the hist sad tites of bminl of IiiK Mrs. John Conniney, who died last chap-etMiied si-t- da, i- po-t.- Lincoln miht be imiilu paity to u lejriil suit of much by the Ins- - of life or limb fioui the hapLuizaiil manner in which our bridges receive atteutiou. eii-eipien- ce mWtmmmmmmmtmmmmMMjT MX vjl rmmmmmmmhJM ImMiWSal it, there i mmmmmmmWS mWLmmWbB" m REMINGTON MCTALUC CAKTRIDOECO. n.w Tom 7 Btuae'way AIMS. UNION t" iitleiidants nt the house lKy pven Ill lllil;ii lr C 11. Klli.wiirth, llnilUI. hliuty Jillj O'Henru. '"! by the Mi-s81.. llwhulrr, N. V., Ml klia iiuuivdUli rtlif( "J .IrriiKtliruril Mrs. Clavtoii Arnold was hostess Kv uiinJrrfulljr. "1 lm lllltt bll Iwllwrrtl Willi Imublii end Uiliirii it dinner Tuesday t u nuniber of wml uiurh iud UiaiUr Kiaurjr l'lll. ml' fn friends, the (.iiest of honor bein IVml imuirilmt.llu, Kulfjr .Ir.njlbi-Ufm mr rrlirl ami to rrrunnnrnd I am DletwU Mrs. Chas. Ilurdettv, of 0. K. wuinlrrfullr. htir iw " Sliunr. mid Tanurr i Mjss fleor'ia Dunn bus made es reaMaiy eVea. It sewithee use! kwieV m lU ether the tickly, waeteel chii. thia; theai bcutt wkei Mt lead aheektelf kilt. gat SCOTT'S, Bown. tUoomfttUl aiid,.. NJ 11-- U aurt t THERE IS REAL PAINT also some stuff mixed Kith materials that is not chenpeuin worthy of the nnme. If you havo hud experience with the latter kind you don't want another. If you iiuveu't take our advice and don't Buy our ral paints experiment. and save yourself disappointment ml nd money nu well. I A. ALLEN. Stanford. Ky. .1 ' r. f v -- ii- r . ,. ,' T A t4 SL , THE INTERWR JfWWAL, ITANFSRt, KENTUCKY. FMfAY. AIHHIST t. 1112 . Cflwe 7b fAe Old Fashioned Country Fair Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias, For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. was omitted, not at Stanford AUGUST 21, 22 and 23, 1912 Mrs. Dave Thompson, of Mnys-vill- e, This colt is nished the secretary. great sire and Mr. Murphy's was with Mrs. L. II. Cable lnt ' Posted Chas. Semonls. Fox-RidgeC- oal &'' w"er Garrard Chief and w week. Deck. William J. Mrs. Maggie Davi and children, out of n Hex I'cnviue mare. III.' younger Murphy 8Vi t.mt his fitll- - of Nicholasville, are the visitors of Top hops were $8,40 nt Cincingoing to hnve to step soiu-- j to Mrs. It. 11. Hamtn. nati Friday. diiect to the Uourbon Stock Yards II. U Wilson, A. M Hintl, W. W. Wis mic. He bought the cat- Are you ready for the lv. of P. nt Louisville. Astrnl King, owned by James Robins was- - in Mt. Vernon first of fair! If not, I can supply your wants iIp. whieh wns mostly butcher stuff in harness, saddles .Tine driving and at from 2 to 5 cents mid tiie lambs Hwishin, r.f JrffcrsJR City, Mo., the week. Miss Ksie Pike. f Livingston, is riding bits, whips, spurs etc. J. C. at an average of about. 3 2 to j won t tho $1,000 saddle stake at the Mexico, io., iuir, scconu money visiting her cousin, Mrs. 11. E. Chris2 cents n pound. McClnry, Stanford. ' .' ivjmoKnn, a uuj jiciuiiw uo tie. For Sale. 300 bushels red Fultz J. F. Gover delivered three nice hcif Fox-Ridg- e. ,.o . Miss Elizabeth StomiC9 has reowneu uy seed wheat nt $1.23 per bushel if ers to It. C. Arnold this week, for "",l turned nfter n several weeks' visit tnknn nt once. No room to store. J. v.h.ch ho rireivcd from 4 2 to ; tfX ,0,m 1Iock - TW"1 in Dayton, 0. Frank Smith, Route No. 2. Stanford,. 5 cents n pound. They weighed ll' Mrs. Minnie Spnmle and rlilldrcn - 4IIUUIII money wns won by Ed Moore, of rno ,. onn iiittitiil oo-- j. . . K.v. I Aiwiii f vw " wvr lVltlllla aa ue "uo cnesmui marc, of Paris, arrived Sunday to bo the " w" For Sale. My farm containing shipped them to the city market. f T1' Jenmnrk. Jonrili guest of her father for three weeks. about 80 acres with new 0 room He also bought a cow from Wm. Qun; They are attending the Mt. Vernon MnlV rl,,aP" U ,lJ mid Rood state IJroadus for which ho paid 4 cents house, good fences fnir this week. .1 kg'""- weighed about 800 l1'' 0n"H,'.v pur- and which of cultivation. Terms (o suit Miss Anna Toombs, of Danville w"e S,e,"nt?.r. lS1lo"' " eJ' Jim Ends delivered him f',0'n chaser. Located 3 miles from Lan- pounds. 15. Bnniette; and was the guest of Mrs. J. E. Wallin caster, Ky., on the Lexington pike. three nice yearlings nt $40 for Ilia McDonild, from the Ituekmnn stables last week, she was accompanied bv Kevin Carter sold him a Addre?s W. C. Greening, Parsons, buucli. ' McDonald, ridden by Thomas Mr. J. E. Wallin. 63-2calf for fi cents n pound. , Kansas. Mesduines Wilmott, Bet tic Frith Jf!,",er n,,,,le" ,,1; Nunnelley delivered his J. aV a'ul Phil 11 For Sale. Old corn, A No. 1 car nnd n Cowles.An and Mis Minnie lltntt have been on horse. Also wheat to Iiaughraun'a elevator this wn J; "kt ringe und general work nnd the sick list. uAe hf week. He had 800 bushels, which it No. 1 buggy horse. A. W. Car' of ,1,c greatest contests Miss Lettie Lusk, of Corbiu, is waded up extra well, and for which wns o G3-penter, Morelund, Ky. he received the market price of $1 rveT "fn n "?, .,nok-- . T'le ,,,1ir wsitltig Mis. J. M. Itubrrts. btnllion, six years old, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Owens were in 0. I). Swinebroad, one of the most a bushel. IMr. Nunnelley tried i " u prominent farmers of the county small tract of land on a large heml. v &,u.IrH)l1, ln?' d"m .,"" C,,,"ck; Mt.Teruon Sunday. near the Garrard line, was in town cd New York wheat thU scusou. but v .i,,,"im1 De","nTk-,II,ct.wi,.- s bml Mrs. Maggie Holme- -, of Crab Waynertwf. PUILIC SALE! Saturday. did not have much success with it. J? Alhe Jones of N.rth Middletown. Orchard, is visiting friends. to vote in the primary E. Allen bought of Hannah ami ' He told of the splendid condition of He figures that it will take another Sexernl from here nre attending Of Real Estate and Personal Prw-ert- y Elliott, 22 ewes for $3 er bend, one ' hnmess at the Blue "' w all farm crops this year, and be season to thoroughly acclimate it. nrnas '"1F "8 " and the Mt. Vernon fair. calf from F, S. Hnnnnh for 10.0v. Saturday, Aug. 31, 1912 Owen Cas is nt home froln Stanlieves this will prove one of the nnd is going to give it another liial wfls sold just afterward for $.t,..00. one calf from T. Situs mor $12. most successful seasons the farm liatt Ctifiunti ford until after the fair. linfif liontlu lift ' Tlirt E. Allen sold to J. A. .Hobinsou M. farm of 75 acres, ius' outside HARRIS & WOODS have had in many years. Mr. hpimtifiillv with snlendid lookiiii?! ers' Bane Carson, Assistant Cashier, the city limits of Crab Orchard, Ky. one bull, seven calves, price from sixty acres in corn, heads, much lnrger than the ordi Swinebroad has of the bank, at Tellico Plains' Tenn.. This farm has a good house f 12 to $18 per head. which is looking splendid, nearly nary wheat grown in this country Make Splendid Show With Their is with homefolks. E. Allen bought of John Floyd one and good out buildings. Has as fine every stalk having two large ears. Mules at Danville Fair Mr, nnd Mrs. E. B. Gentry were A. L. Itnnkiu, one of the best white sulphur water an there Is in calf for 913. He sold John Mcllee He says with corn at $5, wheat $1, down fiom Mt. Vernon lust week. the Hubble secthe slate. Also good limestone witf one calf for .flO. hogs $7.50 and other things in like known farmers of up with rheumaHarris and Woods, the big mule Burton shinned two carloads of T. tion, has been laid at rear of house. Also at the the .guest Allen, of Georgetown, was proportion, the farmer ha no rea breeders of this county, had their sheep from here Tuesday. of his brother, Mr. E. Altism for some time, but he got to string same time nnd place, will sell anothbon to complain. of tine show mules ut the fair Miss Elizabeth Vermillion, of Dan- er farm, containing 1C0 acres, len Monday. town Saturday to vote in the priAsa Jewell, of Lexington, nccom mary though he had to come on si ut Danville this week, and, as twuul, ville is the guest of her cousin, Miss J. W. Wilsiin was here from about 5 miles south of Crab took nearly everything in sight. Eliznbeth Thurpe. panted by his sou John, of Wilmore, pair of crutches. on last Friday. Orchard, Ky., and known ns the home ot the principal awards the was here Wednesday looking at Mrs. Dessie Bigsby, of Pineville, Atchison farm. This farm has a E. Allen bought of James Mead J. S. nnd R. C. Hocker split their llrst day were: some horse flesh and for the pur.who hns been visiting her brother. liou-- c, they sold this a good apple orch- one calf for .$12. herd Horse mule under one year Jlur-11- 3 John Bobius, went to Preachcrsville pose of buying some cattle. They week, of cattle which Mr. Murphy, of Georgetown, in ard and a good many fine pencil going to M. Jewell, as part and Voods. bought 80 head of fat cattle from Monday, but will return in a few trees, nl-- o a good deal aboi'e stated, while Thurlow Jones ot fine win1 visitintr Mrs. E. Allen. mule under one year Har- days. Mure J. S. ind It. C. Hockcr, to be fed on got the remainder. 8. T. Allen, of Georgetown, wan oak und some poplar timber. He took 20 com till "November, when the beeves head ut o 2 cents, to be delivered ris und Woods 1st", S. S. Balls 2d. Wade Leece was up from Crab The personal property consists of heie Sunday ami Monday on busiMule, one year and under two will be delivered. Mr. Jewell paid week. two good milk cows, one of them ness. hi October at the same time as the Gently und Thompson 1st; S. S. Orchard first of the 46.o0 a hundred for these cattle, John Evans at home from with calf, 13 yearling calves, seventy-fothers. Sixty Years "Ymhw ." Balls 2d. which were one of the nicest bunches Lexington. ive chickens; 1 new riding dIow. Col. I. M. Dunn, of Danville, sold Tucsduy July 30, 1012, was the Marc mule two years and under fed in Lincoln this season. They Boscoe Pike, who has been travel- some old style furniture, 1 Cooking COth birthday of Eld, Joseph Q. will weigh about 1.300 pounds when for Mr. John McCouuell, of Boyle, three S. S. Bulls 1st; W. C. Ar- ing in the we- -t has returned home. stove, J heating stoves; chairs, exhis splendid Blue Grass farm on the nold 2d. delivered. Ezra Shivel and wife were up tension table, dishes, 'J feather beds, Montgomery, and us n sunirise tb Lebanon pike to Dr. S. O. Ends, ot Horse mule two years And under from Green-bun- ;. Siindny. the guest and pillows, and munv other things Indies of tlu Christian church preThe Messrs. Jewell, while here.pur- Dectitur, 111. The place contains j wired n nice dinner for him und at chnscd it bunch of 51 yearling cut- 345 acres and the price was $140 three Harris and Woods 1st S. S. of his brother, liichard Shivel. too numerous to mention. the noon hour people were coming Balls 2d. Pnclc John Flyiiu, who hns been tle from Chas. Lutes, to be delivered per acre. Possesion will be TERMS OP SALE. On the real from nil directions .with baskets. given m Mule, either sex, nay age Hunis track walker here for the past thiron October 1st. They will feed tliese sixty days. estate one-hacash nnd balance in The farm is located a and Woods, llrst mid second. ty years for the I & X. railroad three eipinl payments on one, two After u short devotional exercise bv at their farm near Wilmore, in Jes fraction over u mile from Danville, Eld. M. It. Gabbert, the nice crowd Mine und mule colt each to count Co., as he has become too old for samine county. These youngster and three years time, secured by was treated tv u splendid dinner. and is in n high state of cultivation weighed about 800 pounds and and well improved. It is one of the 30 per cent Harris and Wood., 1st, tlu; work, the Company has granted lieu notes. On personal property Eld. W. G. Montgomery, of Morehim u pension. brought from 4 4 to .r cents per most desirable places in Boyle coun- W. C. Arnold 2d. sales, cash in hand. Sale to com--ne- e lund whose birthday comes on the Pair mules, either sex to be diiv-e- n W. H. Anderson was in Crab Orpound. nt 10 o'clock A. M. Saturday same day was present, llro. Montty. Mr. McConnell and will to wagon, with heavy harness August 31, 1912. Charley Lutes shipped two loads Co lo Alabama where they will make Hurris iwid Woods 1st; Gentry and chard Sunday, I wonder why? gomery was very thankful for the Mrs. Susan Yenger went to Dan- C. II. ADAMS. J. P. Chandler. thoughtful kindness of the oople. of fat cattle to the Cincinnati mar- their future home. Dr. Ends nnd Thompson 2d. ville Thursday, where she met Mr. Owner. Auctioneer ket this week. They went to Greene family formerly lived in BoyI counCasey News. rnufiy saddle mine or sreldiiiK any and Mrs. Bice, of Louisville, nnd Embry & Co. They weighed nn av- ty, bavins owned the Hundley farm age Mat Cbhen; Bernard Huvs. ( lit A, H. Jonrn, . they motored through to Louisville, I'll ninujr, inr.ll erage of about 830 pounds, and were on the Hnrrodsburg road. MASONS MEETING. Stallion, mure or gelding, to be Mrs. Yenger will be their guest for C'U vko In. htnillrd Folfy Cn.'i Lincoln Ludn So. rli.c for m.njr jrr, "I comid-- r bkIi In bought from various parties at ); Compound hit tfalrd tommunlrallon SO. r a A. II. and third J. If. Iii''sby sold ft ounutitv of driven Thoums Mctculf 1st, Ed several days. en rarh lirtl fiM Yil? Hon? anil Tr prices ranging from 3 2 cents up. hnv to Gresory. the Lancnster miller ward Mitchell 2d. m rquat. and It lh on rouih ind1rlne I Mornlar nihu of tarh nonlli. at 7 n'clerk la Mrs. Sullie Sauflcy and Mrs. J. rn ball on Main UrMl. Hlanlord. Kr. lira. ronltinlnr mrcotln Air. Lutes, who makes his headquaruocKiiway marc or 'eluinu'. imv C. Hays are spendim.' several days ottirr rirommrnd proiwniM." Thenorrnuino iu or ten of KHIf-- o nt $15 per ton harmful frirU Imlud to to ters at Lexington now, will be in prrarnt. 11. U. t'arprnur, 8relarr. )flow parktir. agn, to be dliveu E. P. Caicnter at Atlantic City und Hhnfara and Taunrr. Dogs made n raid on the sheep other eastern this section for several days. He to J. H. nnd Charles Rissby, 1st; K. W. Itriggs 2d. point- -. is endeavoring to make upji carload Walking ninre or gelding, any age in Garrard and killed two mid injurMiss Lucy Lee Walton is the of horses and mules for the south- ed several. Chniles Rigsby killed A. E. Hundley 1st; U P. Yn'ndell. guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Walton ern market. He plans to trade ex- one dog and Three gaited mine or gliding wounded the others. at Lexington. She will be there for tensively in the south Again this Mm k lflllMINAlKL Joe II. Murphy took (he fair next week. couple of Mat Cohen 1st; Chas. Cook 2d. winter, huving had such success dur- nice young mnres and a ayoung stal1 Fancy harness mnro r gelding-- Mat Hk Ctr Mr- -. W. 0. Withers son, Powell, c ui TWho ing the past season. As before his Cohen 1st; Denial d Huys 2d. and niece. Miss lion to the Mt. Vernon fair to slmw Annie l"ger J'ow-v- ll hcudoiiurters in the south will be at this week, while his father look bis Itnndsfr mure or geldinsr. an "e" Youth., are in Danville visiting her brothOoldshoro. N. C. crack colt over to the Danville fair. litre W. B. Burton. 1st; Mat Cohen er, Mr. Chn. Powell nnd family at IM T. W. Jones & Co., have bejii buy- Mr. Murphy got the first money nt 2d; L. K. Rogers, 3d. Danville. DRTVra21- i-4. .sat ' MilW'S Val ll1 ing extensively during this week, the Hnrrodsburg fair .u the hist The Ladies' Aid nt Stunfiml will ""AH Fer Hell-ushipping to the Cincinnati market. day in the colt rins, and expected to meet with Mrs. J. p. Gover at her They ship from Rowland. Mr. Jones do emuilly ns well nt Danvili-- j llio' Tin; sentiment f the Eighth Concountry home n tho bought of J. C. F.ubauks 21 lambs, be did lhit know what luck he would gressional district tallies with that Aug. Kith nt 2 o'clock. afternoon of Every mem-hwhich weighed about 70 pounds, ut linxe against Mrs. Lowndes' entry of our oldest citiztu who says he is is cordially invited to be $6 n hundred pounds. From Jop at her borne. However, as he h:t! for Heliums first. Heliums last and Ttankin he cot eight ewes and six beaten her colt nt other nlncc). he Heliums all the time, und while it was ' lambs, at the same figuie. From believed it could be dom gain. Mr. not our pleasure uud privilege to CASH PRIZES D. D. Morris, also of the Hubble Murphy thinks that It's goii'.i; to put one more vote down for him, wo Given to Luckv Ohm, at Conclusion section, he got 44 lambs which take a mighty fin" youngster to I'llu shout hallelujah us luiida anyOf H. M. & C.'s Sale. weighed up to an average of 77 take the Colt Futurity at the K of body for bis sweeping victory. There A tienieudous ciowtt was preseut pounds apiece, and for which he P. Fair here, away from him. In is no law ngiu it. Helm first, Helm paid $0.50 a hundred; from C". O. civiui; the list of entries on Tue-il.ilast, Helm all the time. Perryville l the store of Hughes, Martin & Company on Saturday when the Hover, he gut a bunch which weigh the breediuir of Joe Munthv's "oil Cor, llnrrodwbnrtf Leader. drawing for the $10 in gold wa held So. 3883 was the lucky one, and .ir ' Mrs. Clifton Powler wns the luckv LmiwIKii? holder and drew the $f) in gold ns qaklllle of w OLD iii st prize. Mrs. J. B. Wade, wlkuluiMllmnM. r TktjanttolMMpat sd tkn eoa Is nd 11 ut bo you lb lapertor did p wkMto I mhi, ait lb cuImi raulu of tho ilCKORY". YoawllltndiuilM Mr. Awe vmou ril tbl v MfoaaWTwhlUikadlit.. ItkioKwIUuxtuy m held r Mfonitr ana mon aurDi, dmhh inej r sua iron mhw '"."I'ty. the second number . w v" ib mv wvriv. wm4 mUrUl sad r tMIMf Ironed than other . coas ad lht wby tbaa J 77.1 which drew the second prize Twurctrulr. vw wwm w. MO.i.BlMU. lllfnwintflfltiaiipmHW WB of r2..ri() and Mrs. Fowler wax lucky again und druw the number, 3384. which called for the third prize of 2.j0. The drawing for the lizes concluded what wns one of the most wefl whom -iiccessful sales over held in Stau-foii- l. Jt was conducted under the is was iiiniingeiiiciit of Mr. Marshall Mot-letoday. Th smallest opening deStart and some splendid bargains HOIE YEARS were offered, and taking ndvuntuire posit U heartily welcomed at this bank. of by discriminating buyers. Tho M MlltfMtory MrrlM ; Um iltap ot apprortl sale was splendidly advertised both I et bnadradf ol.tbcNMMd of wh" onmi by bills atd in the paier, which, in wlb rt feck Ud Ik UfbMt Uawto wfoa n huge measure accounts TM7 "OLB Ht0KOKYH. Tki olj wy toch for its did rord oaid ph1b1 e mU U Mt tb waf it kM success, Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 Stanford. Ky. Utm BMdfor Ik "0J.0 KICKOAY" k tMBf ik otemyk el ib Mk ialo rfy wt, IrtftU ikM 'UrtttMiolwood "I was cured of diarrhoea bv one ,a W. L. MCCARTY, PrN. J. D. EADS, NaSVurNi kow;V'aod: rYoa SaVVS??: ,e,M-- Mil ao atuttk ta )MM tka dose of Chamberlain's Colio, CholYoa I- - w naiiy aaanai) im tBlwdld autlllU.. PMKOaVT" L PENNY, V. PrN. J. S. RICE, V. Prts. era nnd Diarrhoea Remedy", writes lkMIMMlllMMIUMjroartla town. wtfoa M. I. SALIN, CtsM. S. ALKRT PHIUIPt, M. K. Gebhardt.Oriole, Pa. There U MNTVCKY WASN MTC. C- nothing better. For sale bv Penny's Drug Store, THE FARMERS ed about 03 pounds nt $0 and from Pcpples n small bunch nt $5.50 Tluirlow Jones was in Itichmond .in 'Monday, court day. and bought two carloads of cattle and lumbs niiioli i. Hhinno.l nvor ihn I,. & A., haviiu been fur-Wi- ll vrVwiTVHS '' "is 'nt 1-- 1-- ,. 1-- ion.?"" M, J '""" r- iM Now is the time to stock your winter supply of COAL. None better than Prices right. We fork all our Coal YOU GET NO DUST. ,an'ri,,d 1 J. H. Baughman Co. p. lf '' Phone Stanford, Kentucky. Ihree-yenr-o- ld ed Mid-dlebu- -s 1-- i.-- r lf 3-- y 1-- llu-l- r'-'- rr h 5 i Sr4 ' J :.UU ' an er lr v, Read What Mr. Earple Says wer be written about yOU? -- Start a bant account today E. T. PENCE Stanford, Ky. TIM 32 j YOUNG man, the world lies before you. You can be a millionaire just as as the local man about the above written. A bank account the first step y, nemiu nX2&&ZJ3t&&ti?"?m !. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., st. 1' .Wr, .? Mmlf t t. i . .. mil uniMfcir mmtmmmmmkimiAmm uTi rp t rin ifn4rt iifinan