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Watch the date on your label and Renew Promptly. FOUNDED 1800. 53d YEAR. LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. SHOW FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1012 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. 14 TO ALL RECORDS RROKEN AT CREAT SRODHEAD . LINCOLN COUNTY COLTS Dnrnctt 2d. Rest suit rising broad Mary CarMAKE SPLENDID SHOWS FAIR ter 1st; M. S. Durham 2d. llest yeast rising bread Lizzie Murphy and Scudder Take Second People On Over Five Thousand Owens 1st; Mrs. John Crawford 2d. and Thrid Monies In State-Wid- e Grounds On Second Day First Rest peach preserves W. T. DeFuturity at Lexington Two Days' Awards. borde 1st; Lirric Owens 2d. preserves Myrtle pear Rest Lomotil niiitnlv bred colls showed Hrodhond, Ky., Auk- - 1 L Thi Shumate 1st; Matlio Ilrown 2d. their class in the fair show rings preserves Annie this week. fuir began this ltrodhond Rest cherry great W. 11. Murphy's filly morning niul tin gntc receipts show Shiimnle 1st; C. M. Ilintt 2d. toll. Rohemiaii Art. took second beLizzie OwRest display jellies a larger uttendnnee lliun ever money in the Saddle Horse Chroni- fore, on tlio first day. Lincoln coiiu-t- y ens 1st; M. C. Tyree 2d. ilc's Futiiiily at the Lexington fair. Rest display jellies Liritfo Ow-o- This colt is out of his splendid marc is well represented niul nlso visProf. J. 1st; Mm. John Crawford 2d. itors from everywhere. Ijtnly Dare ami is srretl ly Allen Nicest apple jelly Mv. J. IL I'lli'lioi's IIoIiimiuiiii Ivinir. nml she Shropshire the hinl mini, with the ., .. . ,,..a7 HippoW, C. Hopkins 2d. lieiongs Hnglnnd Mr. Rarnelt airship, to Mr. Edelen at tho end or Nicest grape jelly Lizzio Owens the show season, he having purchas drome nml numerous other attractions with their good shown, nrc 1st; same 2d. ed tho season three years ngo. blic Col. J. 1'. Nicest penr jelly M. C. Tjiee also took first money in the ring for big draw ill); card. Chandler, the cITiciAnf ring master 1st; Myrtlo Shiimatu 2d. filly foals of 1012, and together blnckbcrry jelly Rettie wilh another colt by the Edelen Nicest is here, conduct inn tho nffurrs of manner. Carter Ji'U fnh 2d. Ms offirn in a horse, got first fur lh best two get Miscellaneous The display in the floral hall is helof any one sire. Second money m abundant, Comb honey II. S. Ilrnnnammi the Futurity was woith ! ler than cut niul mote to Mr. more room for their exhibition hav- 1st; l'.lla lllankcnship 2d. Murphy. Third money $172, i'1 the It was 2 o'clock Sorghum S. E. Williams 1st; O. great Futurity milled. ing to he was won by Dick before the awards had been finished M. Sicilian 2d. Scudder, nlso of this count v with Sweet pickles Lizzie. Owens 1st; his black filly Tituilla, by All Pea-viextensive wine the exhibits. Visitors who have nttemled fairs all II. S. Itrnnumnmi 2d. .Mr. Kiiuiin While, which Display of ennned fruit Lizzio Scudder sold a short time tigo to over the state nay the display hero todav lino not been excelled, either Oivens 1st; II. S. Itrnnnnninn 2d. W. C. Massie, of Palis. lllackhcrry wine Henry Hysing in quantity or ipiality. rlhe first money in the Futurity The stalls uio filled with fast er 1st; J. It! Livcsay 2d. was avoii b.V S. C. (tirpenter, of good, blooded vinegar John Lear Millershurg with his filly, Satauma Rest apple horses and much stork, evciy one in the crowd looks. 1st; T. It. Lear 2d. ( 'hieftain Anna Corrinne. Cucumber pickles Henry Hysing-e- r a winner. In the sweepstake saddle champre1st; Mrs. J. I. Harnett 2d. Thursday the second day, nil pionship at the fair Thursday tho displnv cut flowers. Mrs winners were in older: Nickel Plate, Rest vious records for large crowds were broken. This day, known ns Lin- J. T. Adams 1st; Mrs. J. M. .Moore owned by Rob Morelnud, formerly coln county day. over 0,."00 people 2d. of Stmifoiil. Rom bon Price, by T. Naming 0 most troublesome weeds 11. Smiley & Son. Hazel Dawn, by wen in nttendance. nml the Lin-fodelegation helped swell the Ella Roberts 1st; E. M. Matlack and Slnop-Iiir- e. and Prinfrowd to u considerable extent, the 2d. cess '.. Calico ipiilt W. II. Owens 1st; Eut End mid seemed to be pn-e- nt Futurity first In the yearling elimni.se, while Stanford and vicinity Laura Herrin 2d. premium was taken by the colt Counterpane II. L. Thnrpe 1st; which sent n nice delegation, hver.v lioily Dick Scudder sold to Mr. enjoying the big time mid loud in same 2d. Mus-iof Paris. Embroidered shirt vvnist Mrs praise of the occasion. Alex Trihble 1st; Ella Dunn 2d. President (Iranvillc Owens, HANDSOME BUILDING Kitchen nprun Mrs. Alex Tiib- A. M. lliult. as well an the teniriso aro to be congratulated on ble 2d. To Be Put Up At Junction City By Infanls jabot OIlie Cass 2d. the success o fthe undertaking. Their Cumberland Grocery Co. Cotton embroidery Kiln Dunn 1st luistlo and viork made possible one same Jd. ot the best lairs over. Junction City, Ky., Aug. lo L'n follow ing are the judges' The Silk embroidery Mrs. J. T. Ad- dcT the able management of clever nvvnrds for the firt mid hecond mits 1st; Susie Roll 2d. Mr. E. II. Sweeney, the Cumbeiluud ilavs; Pair pillow cases Mrs. Alex (iioceiy Co., whose business has First Dav. Trihble 1st; Civile Lear 2d. glow n hv leaps and b.iuiids since lti- -l sofa pillow Mrs. stalling the Junction City branch peck wheat It. L. Smith, Einbroideird 2d. Alev Trihble. M; Civile Lear 1st; C. L. Lear. 2d. will shoitly begin to elect a two Nicest braiding Clvde Lenr M; stoiy aud b.isonient buck building llest 12 ears white coin X; Em- Mis. Lester Hilton 2d. cnek, 2d. to be used in the conduct of their Rest Nicest cross stitch Mrs. Alex business. They will likely purchase green bean-- . Mary Trihhlc 1st; Ella Dunn 2d. Proctor 1st; Laura Herrin 2d. the ftrrmer Curry Grocery Co., lot, Il"t peck hweet potatoes Annie Nicest di awn work Hedie S. just west ot the depot, for this new Shumate 1st; Nnnnie Mown, 2d. Sn.vers 1st; Fannie Ilowanl 2d. building. The tact that this com Ret peek Iri-- h otntoes Maude Embionleicd t'owjs Mis. Alex pany is going to put up a building Trihble 1st; Ella Dunn 2d. Rrown 1st; Aiuiiiida '1 inner 2d. which will be a cictlit bolh l themSig- Infant's crochet s.tx Mrs. (J. M. selves and the city, knoeks in the ltest peck oni.uis Fauuie Sigma u 2d. inuu 1st; Lama Ilcrrin 2d. head the recent statement of a DanNicest lulling Ella Dunn 1st; ville publication to the effect that it Ret ieck turnips (!. M..Sigmnu Mrs. .1. M. Moore 2d. 2d. would move to that city. C. C. Howell, Infant's bib-- Mrs. Itest tomatoes Have llenin 1st; 2d. S. I). Carpenter 2d. Colts I.auiidiv bag Mrs. Alex Trihble ltest lteets ('. T. Sigmnn, 1st; lli't mare mule colt under 0 mos, .1. J. Smith 2d. 2d. M. II. Johnson J. M. Crea 2d ltest dlied apples' S. E. Itmdloy, Pielliest boy or girl baby under Rest horse mule colt under G mos, 12 mouths old Mrs. Geo. A. Smith George llogcis 1st; J. M. Ciess 1st, Stevi) ltrowu 2d. Best cucumbers Henry Hysiiiger 1st; Mrs. it. W. Shrmier 2d. Theie 2d. were lo entiies in this ling and each 1st; Keltic Pursoiis 2d. Rest mare or horse mule under C ltest cabbage J. J. Smith 1st; deseived a blue tie. months M. II. Johnson, 1st; J. M Rest combined saddle or harness Ciess 2d. II. S. Itraiiiiamau 2d. ltest display vegetables .loliu II, mare or gcldiuc shown under saddle Rest mule over one and under two mid in harness. (ItockcasHe counSavior 1st; ltd tie Parsons 2d. J. II. Livcsay 1st; Chas. llurton H. Helton 1st; V. II. An licet mid largest tipples Mrs, ty) Rest mule over two mid under Maht.la llrowu 1st; II. C. Jones 2d. derson 2d. thiet R. W. Gaines 1st; J. 11 yest riinuiiig walker (Rockcastle Thompson 2d. Rest peaches .1. J. Rchoide 1st; nullity) C. L. Lear 1st: Allen Martha Rehoule 2d. Rest pair mules over 4 and under .1. J. Debunk- - 1st; Ilintt 2d. Host 12 7 J. T. .Mink Jst; l(. 1.. Islington Rest team, legardless of sex or 2d. W. L. Kiiij:, 2d. county) ltest blaek grapes W. L. King, ownership, (Rockcastle Rest pail- - mules any age Gar It. L. Longford 1st; (1. W. Sigmnn field Howard 1st; J. II. Thompson 1st; same 2d. ltest while grapes W. L. King 2.1. 2d. Fice for all mule race ' mile 3st, same 2d. Special Ring. Ilest Wutci melon S. I). Curpeii- - heal, best two in three C. T. Sig-niMost graceful lady horseback er 1st; U. t. Itelcher. 2d. 1st; John Fugate 2d. rider Myrtle Shumate 1st; Mary ltest nuisk melon l.ila Mays 1st; Second Day Lear 2d. Rest pair largi chickens W. S. M. A. Slovens 2d. Saddle Class Ilest cantaloupe -- M. A. Stevens Haggard 1st; Wickliffe Haggard 2d Rest mare or gelding one year Rest bull calf under six months 1st; l.ila Mtts 2J. tnil under 2 Willie Rogers 1st; '. llet pnuipkin- - V. II. Xnjtier 1st; It. E. Gaines 1st; W. L. Ki.ig 2d. II. Helton 2d. Rest bull calf over 0 nnd under Laura Herrin 2d. Rest nuue or gelding two years Ilest display uf liuits .Mny 12 mouths It. E. Onines 2d. mid under three Wesley Hnltzc-KRail miy nge 0. 0. Hnsty 1st; 1st; Kmiuett Patkerson 2d Itraiinamiin 1st; John Lear 2d. ltest tobacco John Lear Jst; John Shivel 2d. Draft Class T. II. Iamiv 2d. Rest heifer under 0 mouths Jnck Rest mare or gelding any uge J. Ilest broom com C. T. Sigiuun, IlXsinper 1st; John Shivel 2d. R. vviide 1st; Sylvester Mns 2d 1st; Lizie Sigmiin 2d. Rest heifer over 0 mid under 12 Rest pair inures orgeldings J. L. ltest stigur cane S. T. Payne 1st months W. L. King 1st; V. D. Phillips 1st; J. M. Ciess 2d. llest millet C. T. Sigmnn 1st; Peters 2d. Model Class Li II if Sicilian 2d. Rest milch' cowll any oge J. D. Rest stallion, mare or gelding any ltest timothy F. F. Ifohbins 1st; Catlin 1st; C. L. Lear 2d. nge E. R, Lnue Jst; G. R. Lnwso'n Rest blooded cow, any nge stock 2d. Henry Hysinjrer 2d. v llest Clover Gas Stavismi 1st; considered It. K. Oaines 1st; J. D. Saddle Class Henry llysinger 2d. Calliu 2d. Rest running walker J. C. Railey Cow mid cnlf, calf under ft inns. llest alfalfa W. L. King 1st; W. L. Sloan 2d. - It. E. Gaines 1st; J. D. Catlin 2d. 1st; Sweepstake Roadster Rim nme 2d. Cakes. Rest hull and family of ns many Rest double team regardless of Ilest black cake llettie King 2d; us tw.i calves John Shivel 1st; O. sex or ownership J. T. Rigshv 1st; It. Thompson F. Hnmui 2d. Best white cnke--- P. P. E. Panish 2d. Sheep. 1st; Clyde Lear 2d. Race. Rest buck any age I. L. Phillips . Rest free for all mule race C. T. Ilest chocolate enke Lizzie Ow-n- s 1st; C. L. Lenr 2d. 1st; M, S. Durham, 2d. Signian, 1st; J. W. Norton 2d. Rest ewe nny nge I. L. Phillips; ltest cooonniit cake M. S. Dur-hni- n llr V. II, Kllirth. IlrnlU, 10 llildwln same 2d. 1st; May Johnson 2d. N V., HI., Yolry Kidnry Jllli ) Rest pair, buck nml ewe I. L. g him Imiufjlilf rfllfl mil itrrnflbrnril llest ench pie W. T. Deborde him wanilrrluDjr. "I bmrt Xxrtn Ulhrd witU Phillips 1st; same 2d. 2d. wiak kidnrjra anii Madder trouble and auf' Rest tw)o lambs, buck and qwe lrre.1 much ptln, Klrjr Kidaey I'lllt fire Rest eoTii muffins Mnrv Lear 12 months I. L. Phillips 1st; nu ImmrJIiU ( relief nd ktrenztheued me under 1st; W. F. Deborde 2d. Ut recommend wnnderlvlly. " Ibeir a." Sbufirt tad Ttaoer. Rest doren biscuit Mm. J. II. snmo 2d. ns Hi-"- NEXT WEEK DINSM0RE PROVES TO BE A BULL I. on lt; - sati-fueto- ry lt; m ln Row-ma- n e, Sec-lutar- y, lt; Play Second Night of The Fair. Taft Republicans Will Have To Put Up With Havinq Roosevelt There will be a grent runny atMan Under Cabin. tractions in Stanford next week during the K. of P. fair. One of the Tho Taft forces in the Eighth nicest of the entertainments planned Congressional district hnve awakenfor the guests within the gates of ed, after tlio primary last Saturthe city will undoubtedly be a home day week to find themselves in the talent play tj bo presented on middle uf a bad fix. in regard to Thursday night, the second night of thuir candidate for congress. Prof the fair, under the auspices of the J. W. Dinsiaore, of Rerca College, lodge. Tho play is entitled "A Wo- - was the only aspirant for the empty against Harvey Helm, mans Honor'' and somo thrilling nomination the republican votes that and got all enacted during the were cast m the district. Very litHPenes nr course of the evening, according to tle information had crept out of the those who have seen the rehearsals. college town previous to tho priMiss Ella Mays SnundciH is doing mary as to the attitude of Dinsmore the coaching of the performers, on national affairs, und he is pracwhich assures that they will be well tically unknown over tho district. taking jokes nrc Since then information has been reSome trained. said to bo interpolated throughout ceived here, that he is out and out the performance and a big crowd is Hull Mooter, mid is eternally opposof the Presiexpected to be present to witness ed to the dent. In fact, it is whispered Hint the perfoiinnnce. he has hmbored mighty stroll" sentiments for Woodrow Wilson, but FLOUR MILL since the nomitiatiou of Itoocvelt at Chicago, he has mounted the To Be Built in Crab Orchard Bv Two Piogiessivo band wng.m. So closeRockcastle Men. ly hns he become allied with that wing of the parly, that it is said Crnb Orchard is to have a flour the Keren Citizen, whoe sympathies S. L. nre said lo be with the Taft side of mill it the pluns of Messrs. mid J. A. Proctor, of the (itiestion, will decline to advoCummins Itockcastlc, are carried out. These cate his candidacy its columns in gentlemen last week purchased a va- the forthcoming campaign. And cant lot trom'Ivoii Fish near the de this, too in spite of the fact that ho pot, also a cottage from George is a piomiiicnt instructor in Ilcrea Holmes, adjoining the Fish place, College, which owns and publishes mid will at once begin the erection the paper. of a mill, of (i0 bands a dav caWhat aclioa the Taft republicans pacity. Roth men are experienced will take lo keep from voting for a and have gone into the venture witl; Hull .Moose for Congress is causing They believe considerable interest in tho Eighth much enthusiasm. that theie is a splendid field for district. Dinsmore, having been siicli mi enterprise at the hustling nominated as the rcnnblicnn little citv in the hast hud of Lincoln candidate in this distiict, will, under and will push things for all they nre the law. go on tho ballot under the log cabin, nnd there is no way for worth. Construction work will begin at the Taft people to get him off. The feeling is intense between tho once, and it is hoped to have the mill two factious in this section, nnd in operation within a few mouths. Mr. Pioelur is u brother of Dr. each is ilaiining it will poll the largD. E. Pi odor, of this city. est vote. The Roosevelt adherents arc verv anxious to beat out the so' as to take second place To Play At Junction City So Miccessful was the delightful on the ballot. three-ac- t comedy "Her Gloves" Race Cost Judqe Sullivan $4,950. which was pieselited at Hiistouville Washington, Aug. I."). The suplast Satuiday uvening for the benefit of the Ilnptist church there, that plemental statement of campaign exMUs Mmicy Wine )uis agu-cto penses required to be repotted under take her companv of nmateur actors the Federal law, exclusive of perand actieses to .Junction City for sonal expenses, of J,.t. A. Sullivan a second performance of the clever as candidate for Congiess against Ilnrvev Helm vvns play. It will be presented at the Representative opeia house there on next Tiisdnv filed with Clerk Tiimble. of the night. August 20th, for the benefit House, this week showing that Juib'c of the lt.iptist church, and u big Sullivan spent a total of $1,930. Only one contribution is accountcrowd is expected to attend. An admission of 2." and 1" cents will ed for by Judge Sullivan, and that is ;K)0 with Lieut. Gov. E. J. McDer-mo- tt be chnrged. named as the donor. RepreIlnrvev Helm's Minnie-mentThe Old Story of The Empty Gun. sentative statement has not yet been Junction City. Ky., Aug. lo. filed. His preliminary expenses The body of Ruck Christeson, aged was .j.SIo.So. 17, son of Mr. William Christeson, who lies near heie. was ln'ought Good Woman Dies in Boyle. here Tuesd.iy morning and later Mrs. Anna 'famine, wife of Mr. iuteired near his late home. He nnd Frank Tiiinnic, who lives some dishis cousin. Graver Christeson, had tant e finni Danville on tiie Perry-vill- e pike, passed nwny Tuesdav afbeen working near llanodsburg. When coming home late Sunday ev- ter seveial week's illness of heart ening, Grover fluistesou laid his trouble. She was in her .seventieth pistol down on .something in the year, and had celebrated her golden room they both occupied nnd going wvdding iinniversarv a few months out to do something Ruck reloaded since. Nine children inouin the loss and Cluistian tlio gun, the other man having taken of a truly devoted mother. She the cartridges out of it previous to creed, and her was a Catholic bv whole family had been 'caving the room. Upon the return in stiict accord with her relisiom of Grover. he playfully aimed the conviction. The childieii are .Mrs. trigpistol at Ruck and pulled the Anna Melhing, of Rrown count v. 0 ger. Ruck Christeson lived but an Messrs. Will, John. Fred and Louis, hour, the cartridge entering the left Missps- Minnie, Edith and Emma, bowel. and Mrs. M. F. Get man. K. Ps.' To Put On for-nial- lv al - M00SER Roosevelt STANFORD TO HAVE A DAILY NEWSPAPER Ed Walton To Get Out The Interior Journal Each Day During. Great Leads Taft In Poll Street Here Monday KILLS GERMS Parisian Sage Is Also The Most Delightful air Dressing on Earth PARISIAN SAGE penetrates into the roots of the hair, destroys the dundruff genus, puts new life into the hair and stops it from fulling out. G. L. Pehuy guarantees it for dmidiuff, falling hair mid itching scalp and a large bottle costs but .r)0 cents. ''In August I began losing ni hair in spots f i oni the si.e of a quarter to the size of a silver dollar. 1 was seriously alarmed after consulting physicians and tiying many things, I decided lo try PARISIAN SAGE nnd I find my hnir in much better condition, iww hair gv.iwing in the bald spots." Mis. Rlauche S. Marshall, 407 Hintoii Ave., Chailotts-villVii. Ladies give delightful PARISIAN SAGE a trial, and see how quickly your hair Will croir lovelv and fiiscinntiag. e, pl-- "l teaming ronlraclur Urine, at 809 Krelioc Court, Canton, III, la now. well rid ot a aerere and annoying cat ot kidaejr trouble. Ilia back pained and he waa bolh. ered with headarhea and dlnr aptlla. "I KUney Villa jual aa directed and look Pole few dajra I (ell much belter. Mjf lifn and in alrength aeemed to come back, tad 1 aleep well. I am now alt over nr t rootle and (lad to rtrumoiend Foley Kidney I'llU." Try Ibrnt. btmgor and Tanner. C, HjUe, 1, E. C. Walton, who is known by most people in this part of the state, hns contracted with the I. J-- , to get out a daily during the great Knights of Pythias Fuir next week. Tho first issue will nnnear next Wednes day morning, when thousands of copies of the k. of P. edition of the Interior Journal will bo distributed to the fair visitors on the grounds. Resides, giving each person at tuo fair a copy, one of the Daily Inter ior Journnls will be placed in each vehicle oil the grounds. This will be done if it requires five thousand copies, Mr. Walton having contracted for as many of the papers eacli day as will be necessary to supDly the demand. Taft. This will ho a splendid way for local merchants and business men Crab Orchard School Calendar generally to get before the public, Prof. G. E. Everett, principnl of nnd they knowing "a good thing" the Crab Orchard public schools, when they see it, wo presume, wilt announced the following calendar take ndvantnage of the occasion to lor the coming term there: advertise their wares. The rate of Selloo'l, opens Sepl. 2. advertising will be verv low nnd evOrganization of Patents' Teach- ery business man will be given a ers Association, Sept 20. henriug in the columns of the paper. Rally Day, Oct. 4. Mr. Walton will call on the mer25-2- 7 First term examination Nov. chants nnd others, soliciting "nds" Thanksgiving holidays Nov. 3 mid we hope nnd believe he will meet with n liberal patronnge. Oratorical contest, Dec. 0. Christmas Holidays, Dec. 23-3Second term examination, Feb. 9 Parcels Post On Zone Plan. 11. Washington, August 15. Without Final examination, Mnv r. a word of debate the Senate today Raccalaureatc sermon Jfciy 7. adopted the Douroc-Dristoparcels High School piny May 8 post plan as n substitute for the Graduation exercises. May 9. Rouse parcels post provision in the postoffice appropriation bill. The Waynesburg. plan as adopted would divide the Miss Elsie Lewis, of Stanford, is country into eight zones. Within a radius the rate would be visiting her sister, Mrs. Mncio Reyfixed at ) cents for the first Dound nolds. Conic to tho Association Aug. 13, and three cents for each additional pound. A graduated rate to cover ' und 14. Mr. Wallace Reynolds is visiting the other ones would increase to 12 cents a pound in the eighth zono relatives at IJuck Creek. Mi's-r- s. Thomas and Samuel May coveiing points more thnn l.flOO and Mrs. Violet May, of Ronnnza, miles npart. ' me guests of Mr. E. W. Mny. Mt. Morlah. Mr. and Mis. Lewis Merritt, have leturucd fumr a visit to friends in Wheat has about all been threshFloyd county. ed in this section, and1 the yield Misses Ethel and Nettie Curtis wus above tlio nveiuge. have leturned to their home in CinMr. John Faulkner and little son, cinnati after u visit to Mr. It. Cur- Ralph, of Ludlow, are visit&ig her tis. parents, .Mr. uud Mrs. E. R. Hut-ticl- d. .Mr. J. N. Herald preached at Saturday mid Sunday. .Mis. Causada Eppeison is on tho Misses Ora and Annie Htitchinsan sick list. and Annie Wright of Cincinnati nre At tho recent school election, Mr. with the homefolks. Joe Gerkey was elected trustee of .Mrs. Joatt Caldwell is spending tho Mt. Moriah school. several days with Mrs. Alice Gooch Mrs. William Dutiuvent and chil Mis, Florence Caldwell, of Mar- dren, of Lexington, Mrs. Ressie Wil ion, O., will ho the guest of Misses liams, and children, ot Johnson Coin and Eva Singleton this vve;k. county and Rev. und Mrs. Walter .Mr. Morris Taylor, of Rtirnsido. Hall, of Calitornia, are the nleas-ivisited Miss Renu Singleton last guests of their parents, Mr. uud week. Mrs. J. D. Rastin. Minnie, the wife of Jlelvin Culd-vveRev. Henry Mills has returned t died Tuesday. Sho had been Huntington, W. Va., after spending sick for some time. She was about a few days with hi-- , mother here. twenty-eigyears old. She .leaves We are glad to note that Mr. J. a husband and wn little children to W. Young - improviug. mourn her loss. Messrs. Charles Dunawny and Es .Mrs. Sarah Nolan has returned sie Wright nnd Miss Mubel Wright home from a visit lo her daughteis, took in the excursion to Cincinnati Mesdames Doolan and Camden nt Sunday. Misses Ora aud Annie Danville. Hutchison uud Annie Wright, of Cincinnati, came back witV them and will spend a few weeks with relaPreachersville. tives here. Horn, to the wife of Jesse W Mrs. Charles Wnrfield received Rrown. a fine girl on the 13th. Mr. George W. King, of Norman the sad news Thursday of f- death Okhi., is visiting J. M. Cress ntu of her father, Mr. Poole of near Frankfoit. w ife. Mrs. Eva Mercer and children Mr. and Mrs. James Curtis, of uarrunl, .Mr. uud Mrs. George Dur- and Miss Minnie McGuffey, of Deham, of New York, and Mr. and Mrs. catur, III., are expected here next -. T. J. Duham of White's Mill, were week to visit their parents. Mr. Mat Muvbrier has returned guests of Mr. uud Mrs. R. T. Luns- Big Tiner Cauqht in Danville home front Fnyetje county where vliat is said to have been the Amos Smith and family, of Hiutt, ili h(U been working for the last biggM "blind tiger' caught in Dan. month. ville, in a long tlo was raided last weie visitimr J. M. CV.i nml t',.i.,;i,. Mr. und Mrs. Holly Hatfield are Mason Holtzclaw and family, of week bv Chief of Police W. Logan Wood and Sheriff It. G. Fo.x. The uiioert-ureek vi.sited Wm. Ranke rejoicing over the urrival of another little son. He has been named Huplant was located n Seoud street mm wite. bert Rishop. Miks Jennie Smith nf Wl,;i and was operated by Rertie Hnilnn, Mro. .Delnney mid ' colored. Chief Wood found on the Mill, aud Miss Ruth Dm hum were turned to their home children nt Covington premises freight receipts showing intending church heie Sundnv. Miss a two that the woman hud received sixteen Dm haul will teach at Tayloraville after here. weeks' stay with relatives mrni.. II.:., ,.".. burrels of liquor during the past Mr. and Mrs. Rud Hatfield and Miss Kate Payne was visitinj tinea weeks. A lot of beer nnd 12 daughter, Delhi, of Uiucnster spent iiuaits of whisky weie seized by tho Rowland rclatries last week. Handsome Miss Dorcas Wilson, of Saturday ami Sunday with Mr. and of ticers. George Cra; colmn.l Harmon's Lick was the guest of Mis. Ilavmou Hatfield. tilso une.sted, chaigud with operat Little Daisy Reed has been quite, Miss l.ueile Rallard. ing a uinm tiger. The watermelon patch raised by sick. Quite a number of our people atSam Ramsey on the farm of L. K. Somerset Autoists Want a Pike tended the childieu's day at Pleas Perkins, on Gilbert's Creek, was Another inovini..iit lm l.u,.,. in. Inst weak and badly cut up by ant Point Sundnv. ClI by CltlClls of Snimir-- at ,,.-,- . . ....-iMr. T. W. Hittchisiyi was her .UT.ut.41 midnight ltuixuuoVrs. niuiuing.ti pike troni Somerset to tho several day lat week. Lincoln count v line Ki into ih .;l.. ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Oliver Carpenter, wf Master Willie Warfield has been theie, mid thus aue them an outlet I Red Rock. Okln.. nre imipsIs nf.liar detained from school several days, parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carpen into ine HiuccTiisri kPi'iiini ii r ..n by running a nail through his foot. Thev conimes of the year. The plan of rais ter nt rreneliersville. Mumps have made their nppe- templated n two months' visit to east ing me money by private subscripance in our community. und ami fiarraid county relatives. tion Wjln tried severnl inonHi. ,i... Mr. Less dint field has gone fo. but soon fell through. Lam-aste- r Tho phut lo work. Casey Offender Pardoned. now is to organise a Mock companv, John Item soeut Sunday wjtfc which will build the pike and place A. N, Kills, if Citsey county, sen- liomef'.ilks. " several tollgates along the rond. tenced to ten days in jail for carMr. Elbert Voting is digging a vH Tlte UlOWlllelll !j Iii.L..1 In- - tin. m- - rying concealed and deadly wonnons A. 8. Jonrt. of th ?. toinohilists of Somerset niul is be- - w.is pardoned this week bv Gov, rturrafttf, Cl., ueveii will be a go. McCreuiv. The pardon was recom- - riura who bt bantrm Tolrjr A --Co' . lor nitoy irtri. um I lllelldf'll III Pin.lltf .Tllilnj. Pnrt.. Mii.l I'it KcUjr't Itoojr Dr. J. A. Gnodsou, of Dixon, was Count V officials, whn until Kill.; is n I po equal, and la lb tai Tar Coapou4 on eoutfc wHrn nppointed Superintendent of the citizen of good reputation nnd charvtbrr harmfal proptrtla." fk Icxingtou asylum. acter. He-- paW a fine of $23. aiiKa1 ytkiv fckaa. Wninr m4 KaM7 T I 28-21. w oO-m-mt ll. ht is u--ed . -.I . Sidney Dunbar, of tho Hubble section, ono of tho most prominent republican, voters of tho county, was in town .Monday, court day, and took a poll of lifteen republicans who passed him while, standing at the, Lincoln Rank corner about noon. He vvns discussing the Tuft and Roosevelt fight with a number of f i icntls, and suggested such an informal poll as n good way to test tho sentiment among the r'iblicnns of this county. Of tho fifteen republicans of this county. Of the fifteen icpiiblicmis who passed tho corner. 14 of them expressed them selves ns "intending to vote for Rotwcvclt nnd tho other one was for Taft. Mr. Dunhar is an enthusiastic Roosevelt man. and believes the Hull Moose will poll more votes thnn K. of P. Fair. i .1 r .t .V . til 335 i m '3 " KJ ' A, l & jS. ImA.KJ iftwtp'1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFOW. KENTUCKY. FRIPAY, AUCUST It, 1812 i The Interior Journal M. Little Things It's the LITTLE THINGS. that make up life. It's the LITTLE THINGSJwe forget end so we want to remind you of the LITTLE THINGS we sell that you need EVERY DAY. HELTON 1 BAUFLEY Proprltr What's The Matter hr neces-aarllnr A TEAR BTRICTLT IN ADVANCE With Your Baby? It has been found to answer most perfectly all the purpose of a laxative, and Ita very mildness and freedom from griping recommend It especially for the use of children, women, and old folka generallypeople who need a gentle bowel of American Thousands stimulant. families have been enthuelastlo about It for more than a quarter of a century. Anyone wishing to make a trial of thla remedy before buying It In the regular way of a druggist at fifty centa or one dollar a larra bottle (family site) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. II. Caldwell. 405 Washington 8t Montlcello. III. Tour name and address on a postal card will do, Mrs. M. fl. Adorn, Auburn, Ky., and Mrs. L M. Hoyce, Tip Top, Ky., the only laxative given la Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Tersln. Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!! Prices cut in two. All our low cuts will be sold at cost as long as they last. Respectfully. L. SOCKS Cottont 10cnd 15c In Silk at 25c and 50c; in Lisle at 25c and 50c; in 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 Tha fount mother and many an old on, too la often puisled to know tha tltu cauaa of chlld'a 111 nature. Tha y loudness of ita crying does not Indlcata the seriousness of Ita DEMOCRATIC TICKET trouble. It may have nothlnir more the matter with It than a headache or a feel-Irrttitnl WOOHHOW WILSON. Tt V. of reneral dullness. It cannot, of I'tif THOS. It. MARSHALL tar course, describe Ita reelings, but aa a HARVEY HELM Tor toFiri firellmlnary meaaure you are aafa In laxative. r.r Vomlth-- i MtrE. V l'l'KVEAR Nine times out of ten, you will find It J. V. HOLDAM Fcr Vireult tier la all the child need, for It restlessness W. it. FIELDS rtT lMritra( and peeylshnesa are perhsps due to of tha bowels, and once that NEWLAND M. For Alilrd! haa been remedied the headache, tha other evi"aluirirtshnesa and the many Indigestion -" aasasaaiasaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaasaaaisasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaSB r dences of constipation and quickly disappear. Announcements will Political J Don't give the little one salts, catharThe announcement! In thli column candidates for etttt, subject to the action of tic pltlt or nasty waters, for these will No snnouncements act aa purgatives, and they are ton lemocratie primary. the strong for a child. In tha families of will be made, unless paid for In adrance: For J?rpfetnfatire. KnUttt ft l matt lrtffif msfler Stunferi t I, SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. a V1HOIL McMULLIN. For Shtrtf M. S. I1AUOIIMAK COLLARS We sell the "Arrow Brand." They are linen, they are correct styles, and they are two for 25c T. J. HIIJ. For County Juifft T. A. RICE M. F. NORTH For Jtittr PEYTON PAKR1HII OEOKOK DEnORDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM II. HESTER V. A. CARSON HECK 8. M. OWENS R. II. IiRONAUOH r. O. SANDIDQB J. II. IIOONE W. T. OARNEIC LAFE MORGAN Y. h.- - J. v (1IVKNH II O. WEATIIEUFORD State Normal TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS COURSES: PreBaratorv. State Certificate, County Certificate Life Diploma, Special. Tuition Free to Appointees, Summer Term Open June 17 Expenses Very Low. Ask About It. Artistic Catalogue Free. Addreri : Richmond, Kentucky : : : : : J. G. CRABBE. President. Fine Midway For the Fair. A Kidney -A f THE POWER OF Name --- For Aittwr Remedy Advertisement 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 Kentucky farmers losi one of when M. A. their truest friends Scovell, director of the Experiment Station nt Lexington, died Thursday night. IliS death is a blow to the whole state. Arrangements have been made for n firs-- t class carnival and midway show to hold forth nt the fair grounds during the three days' exhibition of the grent K. of P. fair here nest week. The Pollard Amusewhich gave such Company, ment patisfnetion nt tlio D.invillo fair wilt be here with a pony and dog show, a vaudeville show ,n plantal, tion show, u tickler, a a Gypy camp and oti;cr merry-po-nroum- BELTS Something you must have-ta- ns, - attractions. greys, blacksat 25c50c,$1.00and $1-50- Collar Buttons, Cuff Buttons, Stick Pins, Shoe LTces, Shoe Polish, Tie Holders, Handkerchiefs, Glovesetc 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 National Bank OCTOBER 3, 1882. This Bank has been In successfgl and uninterrupted operation for 58 years, and Is worthy of the confidence of of the public. Open an account with us today. The Farmer's Friends Superiorand Peoria Grain Drills Call and see the new stock JSL. A V Everything is practically in readiness for the grent fiair and people Richardson Store At Junction City nre coming fnm fnr and near. The merchants of Main street have nil to Give Away Handsome frizes agreed to cloe each day of the fair from 1 2to 5 o'clock or the hour Wlint will undoubtedly prove tho which the fair mnv end. most interesting and attractive nvent ever Dulled off in The houe passed both the woolJunction City neighborhood, is an- en nnd steel bills over Tnft's veto. Kichardson Store, nounced by The Seven murderers were electrocutof thnt city. A great diamond ring ed in Sing Sing prison, New York, contest with a handsome $1UU ring Monday. as first prize, a $30 gold watch, as Hustonville. the second, a gold locket and chain third, a gold signet bracelet as the Prof. S. S. Ilobinson nnd wife fourth and a gold scnl ring as the wcie guests of Danville friends last prizo is being advertised. fifth - week. Voles will be (riven with evenMiss Elizabeth Mitchell, of Mays-vill- e, purchase made at the big depart nnd Miss Elizabeth Cooper, of merchandise esment and general tablishment, and the btanding of Louisulle, nnd Miss Helen linker, of ilm mnttnnta will be announced Nchalosville, nre guets of Mrs. Lois Willi- -. once a week in tie Interior Journal. Mii Lula Thacker, of Lewrence-burThe contest sUrte on August 20th wa shere for a short time on December 21bt. This and- closes big contest is bound to attract at- Thursday. The Mises Beck, of McKinncy, tention all through this territory, and the friends of a number of pop- and their attractive house party, Florence Carter, Anna Chan-elhular vounir ladies arc already pre Mi-eand Winnie D. Bibb, were paring to go to work for them. guest.-- at the Hotel WeutherforJ PRETTY DINNER SET . for dinner Monday eveninc. W. II. Rudolph, of St. Louis, arTo Be Given to Girl Polling Most rived Friday for a visit to her sister, Mrs. Eramett McCormack. Votes Before Monday, 26th. Miss Anne Iiouton is viaitiDg Sam Robinson's big piano contest friends at Shelbyville. continues to hold the Interest) 'of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ends, Messrs. buyers, who are giving their votes J. 1. nnd T. II. Eads, )f Stnnford, names to the young Indies whose viited their sister. Mrs. Joe P. arc being voted for, and who nie Ends Tuesday. numbers. An attracdesignated by Miss Lula Eads is visiting friends tive dinner set is to be given away young lady who turns in the at Monticello for the fair. to the Cowan is in Cincinnati Mr. W. largest vote before Monday the 2Gth this week. 0. The standing of the candidates to Mr. Frank Wentherford left Wed date is as follows: ncsday for a shott visit to Birming 41-2- ,000 ,1-10 ham. 42-2- ,000 Miss Eliza B. Itouton and Ella 43-2- ,000 Barnctte visited Mrs. Eugene I'opo 44-2- ,000 43,345 452,000 at Danville last week. 54,270 Messrs. Gill Cowan, Joe Route, 46-2- ,000 0 2,000 475,520 Henry Baugbman, John Newton and 72,000 James all attended the Danville fair. 48-2- ,000 MI Miss Alice Burgin, of Burgin, is 49-3- ,41$ ' 02,000 a guest at Elixir Springs for two 50-2- ,250 10-1- 5,530 BIG CONTEST ANNOUNCED g, s rr ,2553-- 3,855 2,515 Brouaht Great Happiness I take pleasure in stnting that 1 have used Dr. Kilmer's Swamn-Rothat 1 uns gieatly benefitted by the snitc and 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 tho curative properties of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. I procured a bottle and gave it to him according to directions. It cur ed him of what e thought was almost impossible and the same with others of my family. I have such strong faith in Swamp-Rothat I have neer dono without it in mv family since the wonderful euro of my son as well as myself. I recommend it to all who suffer from kidney or blodder troubles and I urn led to belicvo that it is one of the best mediciucs for the purpose for which it is used, that has ever been discovered. This is my experience from the Wishing the use of Swamp-Roo- t. promoters of this wonderful medicine a largo sale to the suffenng public, 1 am Yours respectfully, W. II. McAFEE. College Park. Gn. Witness. E. O. Williams, Notary Public. ot ot Can't tell a v on A man kv rtia rlntVta a v waiwaaa w mj ou can't tell a good book by the cover, ou can't tell a good cigar by the wrapper. Neither can you tell rOU GOOD CANDY ,- - But you can tell good candy by the name it bears or what it back of the box. NUNNALLY'S Mean to Candy just what Sterling means to Silver. 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 Ladles' $2 Oxfords now Ladies' $1.50 Oxfords now Mens' Mens' Mens' Mens' Letter Dr. Kilmer to & Co. Binqhamton, N. Y. Prove What Swamp Root Will Do For You. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. Y., for a sample bottle. It wil convince anyone. You will also receiVc a booklet of valuable information, telling nil about the kidneys and bladder. When writing be sure to mention the Stanford InRegular fifty cent terior Journal. and size bottles for sale nt all drug stores. Bing-hnmto- n, one-doll- .... .... $325 $3.00 $2.95 $2.35 $2.35 $2.00 $1.65 $120 Plenty of time to wear themnet a pair for the Fair. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky E. D. Pennington, Csunty Survsysr General Farm Surveying 52.6in Phone 172, Stanford. Ky. H. B. Northcott Daalar in AT COST We will continue to sell all lawns and Oxfords at Cost, strictly Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement PHONE 153. For Cash Goods charged will be at regular 112,000 122,000 133,090 112,000 1 51-2- ,000 weeks. - 522,000 03-5,- 710 Misses Edna Camnitz and Ruth Culberson, are in Danville visiting ... ft 2.000 5,820 '" - " . 5 5 50-2- ,000 2,000 menus. Mr. Dave Allen and Misses Mar garct and Nellie Allen attended the Danville fair Thursday. Elkin passed Carlton Mrs. through here, Wednesday en route to Lancaster. Mr. 'A. IS. McKirlncy, who lias heen ill for a few days, is thought to bo slightly imrrroved. Misses Orace and Cora Mao Goodu visited friends at Danville during tho fair. Mr. Joe Conway, of Philadelphia, is the guest of his son, Reid Conway for a few days. Rov. and Mrs. George Mills am1 daughter, of Covington, were guests of friends hero last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. M. Tate and Mr. and Mrs. Calo Brown attended the fair at Danville Friday. Miss Anna Goode, of McKinney, was hero Thursday afternoon shopping. Mr. Tom Chestnut, of Mnrkshury is the guest of Miss Ella Bnrnette. Mrs. John Smiley, of Kidd's Store was here Monday shopping. Miss Nora Eads upent nt Lexington nttending the fair Mr. Charles North is at for the fair. -- price. .onnn j"1" 1G 172,000 183,855 10-2- 572,000 58-2- ,000 29-2- ,000 00-2- ,000 Stanford, Ky. ,000 v Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. W.RHiggins Stanford, Ky. 202,000 212,000 21-2.- oo.o(oqo 232,000 000 252,000 202,000 273,205 ' 012,000 022,000 032,000 042,000 (152,000 0C J.L.Beazley &Co 2,000 J. C. McClary 2- 8- 2,000 072,000 082,000 09 1,295 MANY SUCCESSFUL FARMERS V their success in a large measure to the nid they receive from this bank in the development of their affairs. We are just as ready and willing to help many others and VOW in particular. The first step is an interview, which will help us get in touch with your business needs. When you market your grain, bring in your checks and we will cash them for you, or you may open an account and pay eat your money by check. $100,000 Capital $100,100 Surplus Owe , 202,095 302,000 31-232-2,33-2,- ,000 000 000 342,000 352,000 30-3,- 050 372,000 384,035 392,000 402,000 703,050 712,275 722,000 732,000 742,000 754,710 782,305 793,270 Linctta Ctunty Nation. Bank Conr Next to CrartkoBM. Stanford, Ky IloWrt Xf Herter, Lawreneetille. Vo. who bad been bothered with ildne troobl fur "I tried thru difternil Ur.di of kldncjr pills lut with no relief. Mr ui Foley Kidney Pilli, nriihW told in to ol them, and sot s I took three kottles euro. I reeoumrsd tbtm to crery-body.- " tJbggtri and Tanner. to jm ;: THERE IS REAL PAINT UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMIR and also some stuff mixed with STANFORD KFMTIinifV cheapening materials that is not Office Phone 167. Home Phone 3R. worthy of the name. If yoc have Fall and Winter Suitings. had experience with the latter kind Mr pew Fall nd Wlutfr Btmpln r now Ininrclioo. 'llity you don't want another. If you wirtyUit or your market. I can suit coioprita lh on tht h;opo FIRE haven't take our advice and don't ai to prjes wbo haJ tils dolbfi mads lo or ault mad to your SURETY BONDS experiment. Buy our real paints JT. Ato read made tlolbes. mraiure It tbrm To bate and save yourself 'disappointment mad to meaaure doe in' t coat anM mora tban K. M. NEWLAlfD la contidrradr mad wben aualilir and crcd. Com la and let m laic our meaaand money as welL STANFORD, KY. ure. (A. ALLEN. . O. KVPLB7, Iki rnclUtl TaUcr ItMf .. Ky. UNDERTAKERS AND EM, DEAL-EALMER8. ALSO IN FURNITURE. MAT. TINQ8, RUGS. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE R nd INSURANCE - !jt ..& . fatV . im ,) THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STAMFORD. KENTUCKY FRIDAY, AUfiUST 18, 1812 FOR THE WOMAN WHO THINKS Ahu FEELS. ht, or dltln ttxratd not occur SexM women complain that ihty periodically antler from dull and hear, ktU Irc-linIn the head, nervouanrea, pin and hearing-dow- n which lo the normal healthy woman. Hut moat every woman la auhject to lha palna at lorn time In her life, due In abnormal condition! in life, luch I eortet! overtaxed Mrenfth, had air, poor or improper food, wet leet, aluMlih lirer, etc. A regulator and female tonic made from native medicinal root with pare flrcerta, and without the ue of alcohol, called baa proven ill value la thoutandi of ca,tt, like the following BH. PIKKCWft FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION, rrnnl aar, bbh t MM. Don M. MAfcTjbV. of Auburn. Net , Hoot I. Pot M. Meat I thouaht I wiaiM writ you In rrvanl tn what medleinea Kara dona for me. I horn uee.1 th,m for thirty yearn for female troubla ml with the mult, ard thrr hare m. hundrnle r.f ilol'ara In ilnrtora' I ill It. I ! the ' I'mrrtn. I never v lion' and tMlen Medlca,! InaroTtrr'arKl take them Kaadlaappolnleit In your remfllraiinil UV. f.lMMiifw In rerfirmnendlrT them In any Buffering Mr. I am now almnat fifty yeare rM I at fnrtr-fi- t. I took your nwiklnra, loth klnde, ami I paired that txrtwi very eaallr end left me fat ami trallhr. I feel like a younr alrl. ' If any Inly farm to write me, I will gladly Ull hor mora in. Kau wura ur juur meuieinre, - lm. tr !tt r,rite telher. tei alut 'aPsw 2 Maa. Matt. v' V Da. I'iFkcr't Rrhat Family Doctoa Hoot, The Pcopte'a Common Seme Medical Adviser, newly revlaed edition of 100S pafea, antncri hotU ol delicate quettiora which every woman, tin(le or marrird, outfit to kaow. Sent fret In chilli binding lo any addrcaa on receipt o( 31 tampt,(o tovirrott o( wmppi..iandmaltiiitf otJy. cne-ce- Personal and SeclaJ. Mrs. Herbert Joncx, of Cincin-at- i, is vibitinR Mrs. Sum J. Hell. Judge J. V. Atcom wan in l'inc-ill- c Thuredny on legal liiiniiietif. Mis Sue Itout attended the Lexington fair Thursday. Aliss Mary IJurch is visititiR Mixs Lula May llruec nt Danville. Mr. Alfred Farmer is nt Hrod-hea- d nttcndiiu; the fair tins week. Mr. J. K. Cummins took in the Ilrodhead fnir Vednedny. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. It. Ilice aic the guests of Mrs. Susan Yeager. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. O. Iteitl nrc in Cincinnati spending n few days. Miss Until Wnller, tif Louisville, is with her sister, Mrs. T. II. Fads. Miss flcnova l'riec, of Richmond, is tho Riicht f Miss Hester Ander son. Mrs. O. L. l't-nu- For the Hair 4 Are you so fortunate as to be well satisfied with your hair? Is it long enough, thick enough, rich enough? And your hair does not faU out? Well, well, that is good. But you may know of some not so fortunate. Then just tell them about Ayer's Hair Vigor. They will surely thank you after using it, If not be fore. Remember, it does not color the hair. Show the list of ingredients to your doctor. Let him decide their value. He knows. M.d Pressing, cleaning and repniring of mens' and ladies' suits, promptly done t II, J. MeRoberts' store. Why nre Sue Dennett Memorial school graduates nlways successful? Ileenuie they acquired chnracter an well ns ability. OG-1- 0. Fox-RidgeColllll'll'llllllllllll""'---wwwww- al a '21, 22 Join the proccion on August and 211 to tho great K. of P. fair. In your harness good enough f Get a new set now nt J. C. McClnry'u L. I). Nave, age .11, of near June-tio- n City, nnd Lctitia Leigh nre 17 were married nt the court hotic by Judge Ja. P. Hailey on tho loth. BUTX or Ohio Citt or ToLtno. I ' Lccab Cotfiti. f Fiu'iz J. Cheiit malm path that h If araKtt urtntr of ti firm ot I. J. cttciET a Co. rtotnc in tne L.117 01 loimo, oountf ana pui BJ Ditfint-m aforrMkl. aM that Mkl firm will par the mm of lor rarn ami Hu.iaJi.r.i' aae ot Catarrh that cannot Le rurrl bjr the tiae ol CATARRH lIAU-- a ITRE. Now is the tfrne to stock your winter supply of COAL. None better than Prices right. We fork all our Coal YOU GET NO DUST. Fox-Ridge. enmc home u.i. kijiunrt ttttj Sptcii! Train Excusion Via .40c ROUND m!JV!St KY SUNDAY, AUGUST 18th, 1912 Queen & Crescent Route Spt-cia- .40c ROUND TRIP. TRIP. nt Special train will leave Dni.wilc 0 2't A. M. AllQUSt 18th. l Returning, Trnm will Iwivc ILgb Bruise 4:30 1'. M., Aug-ulbth. PICTURESQUE SCENERY,. SWINGS MUSIC Ask Ticket Aqent For Particulars. W. . HI ( Kl 1 K, Ocn'l P.n'r j,it t. Cincmnnti, Ohio. See CAo Famous High Bridge Wednesday from the Crab Orchard Springs. MUs Martha Sncray has return-i-- d liointi after Ependinff several day., nt the Crab Oichanl Spring". Mr. and Mis. II. C. Wrav and flnldreii, of Himville. were here a short time Vedneday. Mr. Joseph Hopper who liny been attending a boui-- party at Mt. Vernon, returned home Wednesday. Miss Hostiu Sbugars, of Richmond is here visiting her brother, Mr. V. K. SShugars and family. Mr. Aithur Jones, of Kansas City, Mo., is here visiting his cousin, Mr. c v, by th J. C. ,aTKH CO IwH.Maaa. Willinm Oi imes. Miss Kate Miller returned to Crnb Amelia after a week's ('. Dr. Orvhnid Wedne-dn- Mies Emily Murphy and Alvft lloltzrlew have returnctl home after attending a house party at Lancaster given by Miss Sallie Smith. Mr. and Mi- -. Foiestus Held and Mi-- s Mary Held ate entertaining a pleasant hoii-- o party at their eoun-i- v home, two miles out on tftc j)ike. Their guesti nre Mis Vikt- -, t' I A. W. Ol.nASOV. iili-notast rcauc. 1 Catarrh Cure la Hall a taltn Internally and ana dlrertly upon the blor4 and xnuroua aurfarea of the irtitm. send lor Trftiroonuw. rree. CO. Toledo. O F.J CIIKNF.y Sold by all Drunlita. 7E. Take Hall a lamur 1111a tnr enrimpatloa. I 1 rnANK j. nir.Nr.v. Sworn tn before irta ar1 tutrarritieil in my prfwnre. UU (ih day ot Dtrcmbrr, A. I) , lit. J. H. Baughman & Co. Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. For Sale Privately. Farm of 1G5 acres, in high state of cultivation, nnd well located. Address Lock Hox 210, Stanford, Ky. Mr. J. O. McAlister, who is visiting the scene- - of his boyhood here who-- e pud friends are delighted to stav here with friends. Miss Sallie Hurdettc has been .iek for several days but is belter Bargains Furniture aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaav bbbbbbbbbbbbb now. him in their mid- -t ngnin, II. Spalding, of lioiiisville, brought with him from his OklaRobtU A. Ibv-et- t, of St. Lnui- -, homa ranch a pair of buffalo horns ar the Linand Mis Amelia Peters, of Danville. which are on coln County National Hank, ,and which are attracting considerable Short Local News. I). have t. u Fori30 days we will sell Bed Room Suites at Factory Prices Plus the Freight from Louisville. Odd Dressers. Odd Beds and Chiffoniers The Lincoln County Marital will meet in Dr. Peyton's office in Stanford, August 20 at 10:30 For Sale. An Ellington piano, A. M. Some intercstng pairerfl' wiU god ns- new; Apply to Mrs. T. L. be rend nnd dicued. All members C4-Carpenter. are urged to be present. M. M. Phil-1- i, arc at Lancaster viniting her moth-- ecretnry. Livingston will begin a Rev. J. G. er. meeting nt Mt. Zion Mir-Margaret Sanborne left protracted Three reels at tho opera houe toThursday for her home in Virginia ehureh next Monday night, the l!)th. night and Saturday. All are invited to nttend. nftcr n visit to .Mrs. Hromley. MisH Mattie McClary who lias Hay ltTr and atlhma make .'.npuit a Mis. W. C. Grinstead. of this city nibnth of lr.Une rufffrlnc to many people. Wen visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Yragor, at Wcstbourne, Tena., has won first premium on totting in the Fol.y'a Honey and Tar Compound piTea floral hall awards at the Danville irompt cate and relief, and H toothing and returned home. Bp-eie- ty 3. s Mrs. Helen Huffman and Mis-- s Lou Hieker, of liiietonviIIe, spent Thursday with Mrs. O. II. Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Haines, of Greenville Sonth Carolina are visiting Mrs. Howeu Ooode. Mrs. J. H. I'nxton nnd son James Insure with the leadinq companies. Fish & Bromley represent them. All lines. attention. Fair Time And that old suit has become rusty and worn. You will want something NEW, and we have summer clothing and new Fall clothing es, ready for Hats, Shirts, everything you need to help you have a good time at the Fair. you-Sho- V Come to see us. WATribble SsSJ. Sue Bennett Memorial School J. C. LEWIS, Principal, London, Ky. . Admittedly one of the VERY BEST Schools in the State. SCHOOL. NORMAL LJH00L FIVE SCHOOLS IN ONt.-HI- GH GRADED SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF MUSIC. COMMERCIAL SCHOOL BIG REELS - 3 OperaHouse Aw?jrxr 3 - Friday and Saturday NighU. Good Music EXCURSION: -V- IA- "CAROLINA SPECIAL" TUESDAY, AUGUST 27 TO THE Moutaiis of "Land of the Skv". ASHEVILLE, N. C, and return WAYNESVILLE N. and return Western North Carolina "Sapphire Country." if C .BO HENDERSONVILLE.N.C$A,50 an( rfju.n Q LAKE TOXAWAY, N. 8 .50 and return C.$Q,50 aB Tickets good on "Carolina Spot ml," leaving Dnnvillo nt 10:0j P. M ulso on All Other Regular Trains icnviiw Datmllo AuKtiht 2tli nElcctricliKhtetl, Pullinnn Observation ami Drawi- Itoom SIecpin Day Cars, meals a la carto in DiniiiK Car, nnd elect construction. Coaches of modern RETURN LIMIT SEWEIIBEIIjMBI pmvlLEGES. DIVERSE ROUTE diicct and return via Cliatta-iiookLookout Jlountains, or vico versa, 1.50 additional.1 For full information, printed matter and feleopiui; car leservations, write II. C. KINO, Pass'r and Tkt. Ascnt. Lexington, Ky. V. A. HECKLER, Qcu'l Pass'r Afit. Ingntls UldR. Ciuciiiuati, 0. Go u, (C. N. 0. & T. P. RY.) and SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Mr. John McHobcrts and Mis were here MeRoberti. of Lnnen-teWednesday the guests of Mit-- s Anna I). MeRobeits. Mr. and Mrs. Jnmie Carpenter of Crab Ureiinrn came down fur thn d.tnee Wednesday night, Mrs. Carpenter played the piano. Vnuti6, Misses Allie and Hes-i- o parsed through here Wednesday on their way to Ilustonville. where thev Itiiffe. will vi-- it Miss Jose-pliiMi--Mrs. J. ('. and Margaret Warren nnd Mary Hurch and Spaldi"- - Hill attended the Lexington Fnir Wednesday. Mis Luev Lee Walton and haw returned nftcr a visit to Mr. W. 1. Walton and family at Lexington. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Rnughman, Mi- Pauline Hooker and Messrs. T. A. Rice nnd W. II. Shanks attended the Lexington fnir Tuesday. Miss Elizabeth Watts has returned to her home nt Louisville nfter a visit to Misses Mattie nnd Hettie Pnxton. of Dr. and Mrs. Rurdette Ram-e- v, Paint Lick, nnd Miss Mnyme Hani- are guests of soy, of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Bright. Miss Annie Mnrgaret Elkin, of passed through here Lnncnster. Wednesdny on her wav to Louisville to visit friends nnd relatives. Mrs. Maggie Martin, nnd son, Clinton, of Columbus, Ky., are here with her mother Mrs. Mary E. Jones who has been quite ill at her home in the country. Misses Lucy Lee Walton, Lyle Cooper, and Mary E. McKinney arc intending a houe party given by Miss Mary Morrion Mnthrny nt her country home. MUscs Dorn and Minnie Strnub are spending a week or so at French Lick Spring. They will go to the city nfter their fall millinery before letnrning home. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Williams nnd children, )f Jackson, Tenn., nre tho guests of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Dickey, at Mt. Salem. Her mother who has been quito ill for some time is very low. (leorge Willi", of Shclbyvillc, secretary to Congressman Helm, who did yeoman work during the campaign, nnd hns been taking ft short rest since, enme down this week, to attend to some routine matters of his woik. Henly D. McChrre, of Downs, 111., acconipnnied by his wife, is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. J. N. Cash, of the. Turnersville section ,and other rein-livnnd friends in Lincoln. Mrs. MeCluro is n sister of Mrs. Cash. Mrs. Wuodie. Hale lias returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. II. C. Wrny, nt Dauville. Mrs. W'ray and her two attractive little daughters brought hor over and spent n short while with her. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. D. Kowlnnd have as their guests their daughter, Mrs. L. fi. Kellov. of Orlindn. Tenn.. nnd her two pretty littlo diughtors, Misses Lucilo nnd Majill Kclley, and Mrs. T. D. Newlnnd, Jr., and daughter, Misses Annio Louise New-lanof Wichita Fulls, Texua. r es ue Clni-Ixires d, fair. Stop 111 and look at OUT Oliver turning plow, a plow that wilt layl,,, vour t',l weeds in the furrow and I vyvi tlcm. V.". II. Higdr.E. Rev. J. J. Dickey will preach at the P.uptist ehnrch Sundny night, August ISth. Wm. healing to the InHamed merotranea. M. ilffillifw. K. Scarirort. He- - aan: "A l&iHf and ,1.. nt Viil.v'a lfnn.TeeTerV 1 ar tVtm relieved me of a altaek of atthma and kia than a tattle eaured a eom fcnujara lufuw rautithtti. "- - Tanner. ,. McKinney. nice ffogrnin tonight at the opera house. Watch program on Wednesday no.xt. A at the Presbyterian Services church on Sunday August IS, Bible school nt 0:30. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Subject: "The Sacred-ncs- s of Truth, nnd the Reputation The Brotherof My Neighbor." hood meeting at 4 o'clock. Young Peoples' meeting at 7 o'clock. The monthly meeting of the Elders nnd Deacons will be held ot the of Mr. G. D. Hopper on Monday evening, Aug 10 nt 7:30. lesi-dence This pii- -t week has been a week of gaity at Fair View, the pietly country home of Mr. J. L. Beck, His two attractive near town. daughters, Misses Lena and Mary D. are hostesses at a houe party and have a their visitors the following young Indies and rentlemen: Miss Winnio Davis Bibh, of Oklahoma. City Okla., Miss Floience Carter, of San Antonio, Tex., Miss Anna Chancellor, of Stanford, Chester Cassady of Danville, Grant Mctcalf, vif Paint Lick. Sam Robinson Stanford, Kentucky f Miss Lula Frances Thacker, of Elixir Springs, passed through town Friday on her way to Lawrenceburg where she will spend several days nnd attend the fair. Frank Bobbitt, of Turnersville, went up to Lexington Wednesday to the fair. Mr. James McKinncv. of Mt. Miss Mary Hurdettc, Mr. ami Mrs. SuKmii, is eiy &itk at this writing W. P. Kinenid, .Mr. M. M. Sweeney, end they shy -- he can't live but a Mts. John Kevins, Mrs. Nannie few duys. Mrs. McKinney hns been Hintt, Jesse Farmer, Hailey Dawes, oick every since the middle of Humsido Huffman, William Carson, Lewis Proctor, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. T. Pence, Lynn Pence, D. S. Holmnn, Mrs. Grace Holman, Mr. T. A. Rice, Frank Phillips, Albert Phillips, Hur-ne- y Fish, Miss Mnrgie Hnllou, Hub Engleninu. Teddy Aldridge, J. L. Totten, M. S. Haughmau, Mr. and with plcaty Mrs. T. W. Jones, Oppie Brown, W. aaal air, wil eke, pve II. Shanks, Mrs. Bowen Goode, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. L. Dawes, Mrs. Lee arrwt caMapthre tMaletvdw, Stone, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Campbell, lay irriUtiM ii tkrat aid Mrs. James Phillips and son Foster kiCt utai NaiU f the wkele Heid nnd Miss Eva Bailey were the AM Drmfgutt. Uij. Stanford delegates at the Brodhend Scott & Bowne. Bloomntld. N J IM4 fnir Tuursday. Oxfords, Straw Hats ti at-- W and Summer Weight Clothing i Automobiles Wo have the following bargains to offer, if sold within the noxt 30 days: Overland, Model CO, fully equipped, used a short while ns a demonstrator. Cannot bo told from a new car, $1,100. Overland, Model 01, fully equipped, same as new $1,400. Overland, six cylinder, 4fhorso power fully equipped $630. Stearns, 7 passenger, new body, new top nnd windshield, extra casing $700. Mitchell, Model K 30 horse power, 5 passenger, fully equipped nnd new tirefl in at Cost r top, for new will rear $500. Overland, Model 41, 40 horse power, newly painted, new with full equipment $000 llupmobilc, delivery truck, 800 lb capacity, jut tho thing ' grocorymen, $500. Wo nre constantly taking second hand cars in trade for ears. Let us havo your wnuts. Our 1013 lino of new cars bo ready to demonstrate, by August 20th. ' CSMffl&WlM Stanford, Kentucky Home of H. S. ' et . .m i '' H,! JN0. 0. REID, Sales Agent, FOR THE JUNGCLAS AUTOMOBILE CO., CINCINNATI, 0. & M. All Wool Clothei Jp .v.V 9 . j- - i .. At A Ji-- t lW-- , 'if l"lM y i i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, AU1UIT II, HI2 IniQ i-lt- COllUIUIJ Cut 30 H. P., HO inch wheel base; 32 x 3J J. D. Non-RiTires; Mohair top, cover, windshield, $50.00 Warner speed-mete- r, robe rail, foot rack, tire irons on rear, all lamps, pumps, tools, etc. $25 Prestolite tank and self starter, Nickel Finish, $985, F. 0. B. Toledo, 0. if von will give me Vour order now. I will trv to sret vou one within the next thirty days. I for dem I fliA rvAofacf fvaliiA Avr nffprpfl in sin -- J:JIr fk;nlr . Rahhit. onstration. - AiirnmnhnV ww - alsn have a $2,000 1913 Jarlt -- .. w mo .M.vu.vvuv. uttiAiv uuj m i .TVlCDI A Mn KJ V HilVLLrllll 1 I WILL HAVE NEXT WEEK uiv givuivaijiTuiuv ,, -- ... x7 .- -- C. P. Cecil, Jr., GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS viNaSp Danville, Kentucky. F.n-- Sale. -- Thoroughbred Uuroo 7.50 u hundred for Mr. Carpenter the swine, which weighed up about Jersey pigs gilts and boars. No A. J 220 euch. Mr. Lutes bought u doz- better bred in tho country. f. m. Moser nt the Adiiuis, Ilustot.ville,. en porkers from The Advocate says that the tosame price, which went to 200 pounds, and nine light one from bacco crop in llole will be uutistinl-I- v large this year. Moms Miircuui, of the MeCormack's Uer in lloyle, J. It. Knox sold to church neighborhood nt the same d J. C. Caldwell, ninety prico. (ili-t- ARROW and Sleel Lined - MattmmmmKiBTiB? mmmt Clire Diseases, The Bible says so, & it is being proven every day by the Cow Boy Herbalist W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. NIT CLUB CHARLIE WHITEM00N, 3729-3- 1 r crease rapidly every year. Health Is natural, disease unnatural. Jly years of experience as a & among the Indians glvo mo a peculiar fitness & knowledge of the powers of Roots & Herbs as medicines, my remedies have cured & are curlug Blood Poison, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female & Skin diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous & Stomach Troubles that were pronounced incurable by the the best doctors. I want to PROVE this to the world & to any ono asking. I will mallyou greatest book of Us HERBALIST," absolutely free. If are not enjoying ALL kind ever published, entitled "THE COW-BOthe blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that you INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS. All letters of la qulry promptly answered. is the name of my great TOXIC, composed of ri Roots & Herbs, makes 3 full quarts of medicine, lasts about 3 months, costs onlv one dollar & is LEGALLY GUARANTEED is sold BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALto satisfy THE PURCHASER or money refunded. ERS IN MEDICINE for the nerves, stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, bladder & blood. A household remedv if your druggist hasn't got it or won't get it, I WILL FILL most excellent. Ask for POSTAGE PAID. SCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR HUMAN CHARLIE WHITE-MOO"- S SKIN ONLY, guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded, xoc or 3 bars 35c at all dealers, Retail, who are supplied thru all wholesale dealers. Y COM-CEL-SA-R BODY-BUILDER, COM-CEL-SA-R YOUR-ORDER- Deep down la every human heart lies a NATURAL deslro for NATURE'S medicines. Roots & Herbs. Too long have the secrets of nature been neglected, too long have people disregarded God's promises. Mod-er- a doctors think only of "operations" & strong drugs, while human buffering & deaths from disease y InCow-bo- The heavy minfnll this summer hogs at a fancy price. l,ost, Strajed or stolen, near hn played havoc with the early Ky., on las( Fndav night, crop, snys John Kugle-inawatermelon brown horse, Raddle and who H icgarded n nn autlior-it- v n John Coy, Morehun. K-on watermelons nnd canteloupes bridle. Watch m this section of the county. Mr. issue v'f for advertisement in next sale of fine mares ami F.nglcmuu always has a big patch brood stock by W. II. Murphy, on place, on the on the Tate pike near town, nnd piles it his August 28th. The llurlev Tobacco Society is personal and close attention. He is distributing thin week nbout $2,000,- Loiuplniuiiig this season that the rain (100.00. It will be paid in about has caused enily melons to fall off cheeks. Very little of this will Cantathe vines before maturity. come to Lincoln county, ns there loupes have been likewise affected, I were few Lincoln growers in the the crop of both will be great- f?ist pool. Mr. J. T. llncklev, of and Home grown ly curtailed thereby. the Danville pike, is a notable melons of both varities made their however. Ho was an orappearance- on the streets here Wed- iginal pooler and stuck faithfully nesday. I to the Society throughout its entire J. W. Williams, who generally has fighf to got a Imng imce for the a good hunch of becies feeding on grower. his farm out on thu Knob laek pike, miles fiom town, bought a couPUBLIC SALE! ple ot steeis Irom John week. Of Real Anderson, cast of town, this Estate and Personal PropHe paid a nickel u pound tor them erty Saturday. Aua. 31, 1912 ami will tuiii them out on fall grass. n, owl-eyo- d, 2. :J0.-i0- SSgZ2rsm rl C w Remington 299 Broadway rK?r.hm trRkk-'- im ,1 m "Jjr Yti. v SHOT SHELLS Tkf mrrB IMMMMMmn..'i i caiitMacaodow Rilttni Ck Each and Every One a Speed Shell C Th that lireaki your tirfcti netrer th Metl Uncd trap. Thai t why Ktminglon-UMSbcllt have woo 13 out ol tba IS Handicap! bcldia he gOO-pou- the last three years. "duck" with a thortar Th pcd that feti that lead that's why it takrt over 50,000 dealers to handle the demand (or Rtmtngton-UMSteel Used Shells. The Sbootinl fraternity are speed wise. They know loos smokeless powder won't drive shot. They know that the driva depends on the compression. The powder charfc in Rtmington- - UMC shells is gripped in This lining is dcilncd to live the exact compression steel. necessary to send the load to the mark quickest. It insures speed the same speed In every shell. The steel lining is moisture prool no dampness can at through. Jar proof no powder can fet out. Waste proof no encrfy is lost, Arrow aaJ Nitra Club Slttl UatJ Kiisitt SkoiX Rtmlitgton.UMC IsctoiT loltd skills lor 9pJ plat PalltlD la aaf tasks of shatra Arm-Uruo- n Metallic Cartridge Co. e New York City nru: 1 -' IU5 iJOiir stanas DacK or ul i The Farmer and the bank are connected by the closest ties. One would be inipossilie without the other. Thi bank therefore specializes in helping the fanner at nil seasons. come in and let us talk it over. Several he ids ure better than one, and we ran probably help you. Eiery accommodation is ufforded farmers and you are cordially invited to mHke this bunk your headquarters tihen you come to town. the Harmer Farm and Stock Notes Posted Chas. Setnonls. William J. Heck. Top hogs were 8,40 at Cincinnati Friday. bucks for Ycui linjf Shropshire sale. V. C. White, I'arksville. 04-- lp Tor Sale. 15,000 tobacco sticks J. A. Chens, McKinnev. Ky. 04-t- f. Tor Sale. Two sows and pij;3. 3hs. Annie llncklev, Stanford, K-l'or Sule. A saw inke, Itussell ii.uke; u.cdium sue. t'h.is. Kussliu, lU-''- p Otteulietm, Kv. Tor S.ile. Old coin, A No. 1 enr-liuand general work horse. Also n Xo. 1 bujtsjy horse. A. W. Cur- Sule. Aberdeen Angus cuttle both sexes; mules from colts to four year olds; thoroughbred bonis II. II. Crow, ready for service. Shelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two ring, Junction Ex, Stray sow came to my place. Owner can j;et same b paying for keep and this ud. Ja. Jlesser Go-Now is the time to Kive your order for fei tilizer. I have Swift, Armour and Globe. Get prices). E. T. 2. se r (i(l-tf. 3. (53-3- Consuleiable rivalry exists ntmiug a number of the well known tobac- I M farm of 7o acres, ins' outside co growers of the county u3 to who lie cilv limits of dull Orchard. Iv. good houe will put the linest weed on the mar- vfhis farm has a ket this fall. Farmers out in the unit good out mtililiiigs. ltas as line white sulphur water as there is m Hubble section lire claimuig that the good that grown by Shade Wilder on the at state. Also house.limestone water Also at the tenr of K. L. Hubble will farm of benator und place, top 'em all. And now thoso from same time containing will sell anothJliti acres, lowest ol town aie boasting of the line er farm, weed winch George Wilder is glow- cated about f miles south of Crab Ky., and known as the ing cm the fin m of Forestiis Held, a Orchard, couple of miles out on the Hiistou-ill- e Atchison farm. This farm has a house, a goad apple orchpike. This Mr. Wilder is said good many fine peach to have ten acies of as, line weed ard and a trees, also a good deal of fine whi'-oa- k as can be found anywhere, lloth and some poplar timber. crops are ready to cut, nnd the The personal said to bo extraordinary tw) good milk irropertv vonsists of leuos are cows, one of them in both quality and size. Estill with 13 j curling calves, seventy-fCniter i personally looking nfter a ive culf. chickens; 1 new riding nlow, suuill crop on his place in the Mc- - some old si vie furniture. 1 rnnl.-iCoi muck's section, and believes he 2 heating stoics; chnirs, exis going to haie a crop that will be ,stoe. tension table, hard to beat. So many repot ts of and pillows, dishes, 'J feather bed". extra good tobacco are heard in km numerous and many other things to mention. Lincoln this season, that the Interior TI'.It.MS OF SALK. On Hie real .Iour-;- il is going to hang up a ensli one-hacash and balance in mzi for the best four or five hands, three eipinl payments on one, two a little later, und it will pay the and three jenrs time, secured bv misers of tliit crackerjnek weol to lien notes. On personal iiroiterty sine their best hands for this com- sales, cash in hand. Sale to com- petition. nce nt 10 o'clock A. M". Saturday August :tl. 1012. PUBLIC SALE! C. II. ADAMS. J. P. Chandler. Owner. Auctioneer The Fine Blue Grass lf HtLirfMLtall BaLLaLHk aLaaaaaaaaaaaaV PENNY'S DRUG STORE LaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV Farm. skLaBIIaHVISVBsBHHHHHH I If you have any trouble or financial ambitions bv& L& F ra ' K f' r f t. M. W STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. w. Surplus $500 J. D. EADS, J. S. RICE, V. Stanford, Ky. Ptm. l. Mccarty, Prn. L PENNY, V. rYM. I. SALIN. Cashier. S. ALIERT PHILLIPS, Known us the Dr. Uurke farm, will lie sidd at public auction to the FINE BLUE GRASS FARM highest and best bidder in froijt of I As 1 wish to quit farming. I will (he court house door on Monday, August 19th 'ofier for sule privately my highly t. Police, county, Ky., it in Danville, furm For Sale. 12 head of Southdown being county Ilovle duy. Said sale improved Liberty of 2G0 acred, - lying turnpike one- mile on thte court one and two years old. bucks, will be mude at 2 o'clock, P. M. This south of Hustonville, Lincoln coun03-(lover. B. O. J. D. Eads sold a parr of well farm is located on the Hustonvillee, ty Ky. The land in tovery fertile, Dan-illwill grow anything perfection, matched yearling sorrel colts by pike, ubout three miles from and contains 377 acres, and U that is cultivated in Central Kenllluck Joe to Poynter Uro-- ., of tho in a high state of cultivation. Said tucky. In the best neighborhood in Walnut Flat section, for 227.50. drove of farm will be first offered in three ' the state. T. W. Jones pinehused n The place has on it a mansion :i() light shouts f i oiu T. A. like tracts, and then us a whole to tho of ten rooms, with all neces- this week nt $7 u hundred. They bidder increasing the nggiegate bid house outbuildings, conveidently lobury weighed I'M pounds on delivery. on tho three tracts. Terms of Sale: The three tracts' cated. Theie ure two comfortable Mr, Jones trot a sinull bunch of sev(In each other and make one tract tenant houses. There are 3 large en from Jacob Guilder, the nevcisterns, 3 wells and German farmer, south of The terms of sale will be made er failing springs. mimeioiisare 3 There town, nt the same fijrum. They known on day of sale, but each stock bams, and two tobacco barns. tract or the whole, will be sold on went to the Cincinnati market. first-clas- s fencing und much bought a hunch of easy terms ns to payments. Said Theit new. is Greeley Lutes Also u silo of 180 tons of furin to be sold for purpose of r, ho-j20 fnt from Calvin C. Carpen-tejapacity, u first class scales. Two among owners. Persons Tuesday, und of information will call cm It. K. hundred acres ure now in grass. shipped them together with otheis flood orchard. Terms easy. he gathered enily in the week, to Ilurke nnd Collins Uurke nt the faun paid or C. C. Ilagbv. nltornev. Danville. T. L. CARPENTER. Hustonville. Kv the Cincinnati wholesaler. He 2. well-knos lle PRIVATE SALE OF The Name & BROMLEY in Insurance, meant FISH Absolute Security Prompt and Square Dealing With All The most form ef policy No troublesome conditions The best equipment for serving policy-holder- s up-to-d- ate FIRE, LIFE, SICK and ACCIDENT, UVE STOCK, BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS, FIDELITY, AUTOMOBILE. When you want insurance of any kind, See Fish & Brouiley, i- Stanford, Ky. -, 2 wHt v nt.i I ;' v s' Cars' sf Thanks. wish to express our sincere add heartfelt thanks to all of our friends, neigblwrs und relatives for the kindness and yiiipauiy suowu ia the sad bereuvemVnt, in the loss of. our dearly belovedvhusbund and father, A. J. Iluyden. Especially do we wish to thunk Doctors Dunlai d' Jackson, who did so much to ic4iev kis suffering: ulso Kev. Jasper Livingston, for his services und Und words; also the pallbearers, eiueient Mr. Uuiimp for ! ia wkiek lie eacwtHti toe Dome To The Old Fashioned Country Fair Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge. No. 81, Knights of Pythias. For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS. Secretary. '-- at Stanford AUGUST 21, 22 and 23, 1912 "i . -- !J T M j. . 4 a. .., 4 1JSVe,