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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): August 23, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912082301_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): August 23, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. S'1" ' '.' 4.3 THE LAMEST tF ANY CfUNTRY NEWSPAPER IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. CIRCULATISN-iV- ER The Interior Journal NO 08. I. C. r Paper wHI I Watch the date stet when Mm k if. en yew i Girl On .1" J MMW rTBHWy ay ( x i T FOUNDED I860. 63d YEAR, STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, llrown, 1st and 1- -2 KENTUCKY. FRIDAV, 58 50 AUQUST 23, 1012 Hest TUE8DAYS AND FR idayC POULTRY EXHIBIT CREATES MUCH INTEREST International Egg Laying CafftMt ' Expert Ties the ftlbtwns Fhw Quality Birds Shewn OVER 3,000 PEOPLE AT FAIR ON 2.1. , SECOND DAY And Slill Greater Gathering Is Expected For Friday K. P. Fair a liq Success The first two days of tlio fnir, in Stanford this week, conducted bv lliu Knights of Pythias, show tlint it in guitig ti Itc 1111 umptulillcd sue-cAlthough tlio 11 rat day weather dampened the nrdur of many, 110 finer fnir diiy could lio wished for y fhnn Thursday, the second day. the indication lire that the conditioim will lie I idler, if possible, mid n tremendous croud is expected on the third and lust day. Tin- - ttllondnnro on Thursday run Moll over tlio 3,000 mark, about lirt times tin number present the 1 llr.'t diiv. Tlii' fen I lire in the Mock rings of Hit second iliiy program wan the Mule (olt Futurity, which wns cap lured jy I lol Wood'' great young marc mule, with bis brother, Jim Woods' colt second. Some splcn-di- d horscllesh was shown during the day. The irreiiiintii nwnrds were us follows; First Day's Awards Cattle Jersey Cattle. I'd -- Best .(entry cow, 2 years ohl over 10; "'to 1st ill to 2d. S J. Bell 1st and 2.1. 07 Best Jersey heifer, undor 2 Gnlcwoo.l Beitr.lev, 1st; Win. e. To-lnDud-der.ir colt (either sex) by Clifton It. lliiv.cll Named as 8th District Member of W. II. Underwinul 1st; Sum Cu- State Campaign Committee. f tcllo 2d; S. J. Hell 3d - Host mnro mule 2 yearn old 12 Citmpuign Democrntiu Slate and mulct cliaii mint, J. K. Camden Wednes-ila- y It. It. Woods 1st; Harris & Woods nppointed the State (ninpaign 12, Hest horse mule, 2 yctirrf old committee, nud mimed W. (). Davis, and under 3 of Versailles secretary. The Eighth Harris 4 Woods 1st; It. II. Woods Congicssioiutl district will be repre. 12l Hest mnro mule. 3 years old sciitcil 011 Iho stntc committee bv and over $lfi; .flO to 1st ;..' to 2d. Shelton Saufley, cditirr of the Interior Journal. Ilnrris tc Woods 1st and 2d. Ilnny Summers, of Klixabeth-tow- n 128 Hest mule, nnyngo, nud Koliert Harding, of DanHarris & Woods 1st nnd 2d. 120 -- Hest pair mules nny nge, ville, weic selected bv Cliaitmau Cniiidcu, as members of the Camregnr.lless of sex or color Harris & Woods 1st; S. T. Hum's paign Committee from the The mvinheis chosen from Mule Colt (Futurity.) the various districts were: .V Wmi.ls 1st: J. II. Woods Harris ' of I'iist Judirc Hunk (larclii.T. 2.1; W. II. Murphy 3d; J. II Woods 4 Mayflcld. 130 Hot colt, either kcx, by Second Ed Voung. oT Mndison-vill123 Heat mule, slalc-at-jaigc. -2 c. LOCAL MAN. A SPLENDID SHOW IN THE FLORAL HALL Large List of Entries in The Ladies' Work How The Rihhons Were Tied. Can oil l'rcston W. II John-- 1 W. (I. Walker 1st: soji 2.1 Draft Horses 131 Hest stallion, any nge Kevin Carter I. C. Drown 2d. 132 Hest mare or gelding, J. II. Woods 1st; Tom Dudderar 2 lt; Horses 133 Harness Class 118 2tl. Best .1. Hell Jersey hull, nny S. 1st. !! Ifcfft herd of Jerseys, S. J. Hell 1st. eef Cattle. 100 Best male, nnv ugp i:. II. Mallard let; J. 11. Woods, 2d. 101 Hot female,' nny age t; K. II. llallard George Tuck- er 2d. Mule Class 102 Rest iniiro mule colt under 1 liar rit and Woods 1st; J. II. Woods 2.1. 10.1 ltst horse mule colt undor 1 year 10; $10 to 1st; $0 to 2d. Harris and Woods lht; J. II. l.-- use year and under 2 $10; 10 to 1st; .' to 2d. Harris mid Woods 1st; It. II. Woods 2d. 105 Best hotse mule 1 vear old, Harris and Woods 1st; It. It. Woods, 2d. 10G Best maio ami mule olt, Hums and W Is 1st; W. II. I'n- tleruood 2d. Saddle Horses 107 Bent horse colt under 1 W O. Walker, 1st; Mr-.. If. T. Lowndes 2d. filly colt under 1 jenr W. II. Murphy 1st: K. S. Scud-- , -- Wo.AU 2d. 101 Best mure mule 1 -- 103--B- est Best mure or gelding 1 year old and under 2 W. 0. Walker 1st; Edgar Doty 2d 110 Hest mare or gelding 2 years nud under .'I Walter Hriggs, 1st Bernard Hays, 2d. HI Host mare or gelding 3 years ami under 4 ltcmntd Hu.vs 1st; ('. It. Coleman 2d. Phaeton Ponies 112 Hest phaeton man: or gelding any nge M 2 hands niul under L. I'aipentcr 1st; .Morgan Bnugli-ma- n 1011 der 2d. jeais old and over 20; !?H to 1st; $." to 2d. Mack Hughes 1st Walter Hriggs 2 131 Hest filly colt tinder 1 year It. S. Scuddcr 1st; Mrs. It. T. Lowndes 2d, 13."i Hest lioise colt under 1 W. o: Walker 1; .1. H, Mundiy2 13(5 Hest mare or gelding 1 year old and under 2 Kdgar Dotv 1st: W. O. Walker 2. 137 Hest tunic or gelding 2 years old and under 3 Walter Hriggs 1st 'Hugh Turlington 2d. 138 Hest stalliitn 1 year old and under 2 Jrl.r; $10 to 1st; .tfi to 2d. It. S. Scuddcr 1st; W. 0. Walker 2 Ptinies 130 Hest mare nnd colt, (mnre 48 inches nnd under, Hugh Iteij Coster Ibt; Edward Mitchell 2d. 140 Hest bullion, mate or gelding, C2 inches ami under Joe (J limes 1st; Lou Carpenter 2. 141 Hest pony driven by boy or giri; f7 to 1st; $3 to 2d. Joe (Irian- -. 1st: Lou Cnrpenter 2. Saddle Class 142 Hest stallion 3 years old and under 4 Kdgar IK.ty 1st; Walter Hriggs 2. 14- 3- Hest stallion. 4 years old and over; .20; $l."i to 1st; f to 2.1. Mack Hughes 1st; (Juiiiu Davis 2. High Acting Harness Class. 141 Hest marc or gelding, nny nge $20; $15 to 1st; : to 2.1. Mack Undies 1st; Oiiiuu Davis 2 Roadster Class 145 Het nmre or gelding 3 years old nnd under 4 I lingers 1st; and 2d. Harness Class ill) Host rockawey lunte or gelding $C $10 to 1st; ." to 2d. Kdcar Doty 1st: Mack Hughe 2. Sweepstake Saddle Class 147 Hest saddle stallion, mare or gelding $7f; $10 to 1st; $25 to 2.1; $10 to 3d. Edgar Doty 1st; Walter Hriggs 2d; Hctuatd Hays :id. Mule Race. S. J. Kmln-- Jr., 1st and 2.1. Hest gelding 4 l. 2d. GRANT CRAIG ft- - us. ti V ' ( Special Class 113 Itr-ifancy turnout, single not considered, horse, decorations Mack Hughes Qniim Davis lid. Walking Class. Ill Hest walkiug.inar.! or geldim.'') jtuv age, (soundness not consider-d.I5: 1( to 1st; .. to 2d. Guv Hundley M;.l. C. Bnilcy 2d. Harness Class. 110 Bc.--t pair of mares or geldings, (any age) Kdgar Doty 1st: I.. K. lingers 2d. I test 11(1 stallion 'A. years old stti.l under 4 Mack Hughes 1st, Waller llic's -(; Former Stanford Instructor Wedded To Bovle Beauty. I lie pictttest wedding ceremony that has taken place in Dauvillu in the past several months was that of Miss Kthel I'rice (hunt to .Mr. Wit ham J. "Craig, of Howling Uroen, Ky. which was soleunured at thu beau tiful home of the luidcs parents, Dr. nnd Mis. Samuel lMice (iraut, 011 Foutth street, Tuesday afternoon, promptly at tour o clock. The hri.le is one of Danville's daughters and counts most her friends by the scote. She grndi College, ut tinted from Caldwell which institution she took high rank She i highly cultured and has tnauv splendid tiuits of character, which appeal to her tunny friends nnd commend her to tlm-- o with xvlioiu she comes in contact. Local so ciely suffers n loss by her departure which will be it gam to her home town of Howling (iicen. The groom wan attired in convene tional black, wealing gray gloves, nud tie to match. The groom holds the elmir of physics nud chemistry in the West-er- a Kentucky Konnal School, which is located in Hawliug Green, Ky and is one of thu host known young educators in the state. Ho is a brother of 1'iof, Hardin Craig, who graduated nt Centte College nnd who now holds n elutir of English nt the University of' WWnnsiii, Danville Tlio groom formerly Advocate. taught in Stanford, nnd has many friends here. lcl -- 1 2d. 117 I Det main or gelding .'I LittL years old and under 4 r"7? K HWH 1st: Kdgar Doty 2.1. SweepsiaKe Harness uass IIS Hest stallion, mine or geld- - HA, Mack -- - Edgar Duly 1st: Hernard Hays Hughes 3d. 11!) Hest pair any age, regard- less of sex, color or ownership Bernuid I lays 1st; Edgar Doty Combined Class 120 Hest maio or gelding, any 10 to 2.1. JHte 2.r; ll.'i to 1st; t'd. 4 v '" Readster Class " 121 Best stallion any uge M WiHer Hriggs 1st; Mack Hughes ?ld. iliim Dvjs 3d. Second Day's Awards 1 id. r Hrnani nays im; "" '..; LJMks, iM-r-Ue- ,t w ( JMMts and Mules jack, aliy age ,.'ir.Mundty 1st; Curnou Gover. st 123 Bent jennet auy age. The, United State Senate defeated the bill providing (loverutnent aid to public roads. N11 liner display in any floral hall has bet seen nt a fair around here. The ladies brought out their work, nnd while there wits some sen for this honor by unnnimous breeds the tlrst day of the trouble in securing competent judge vote of the judges, of whom there fair. The association was very for. smoothly and n s, ov.'o thing went off went four, and each nnd every one ttumte in securing Mr. E. II. Hi'ciiili(l disphi" was had. of them has an eye for beauty, too. of Lo'iTisvillc, poultry editor Flora Hall Premiums The selection of Miss Holtzclaw for of the Louisville Post, to judge- the 1 I'.c.- -t has this irrcmium was received with feathered tribe. Air. Borcbers lnncy couch pillow $1. enthusiasm, as she was whirled personal charge of Jho InternationMiss Ella Harnett, of Httstonville. at mind the fuir ring by Secretary al Egg Laying contest, being Jield 2 Hest specimen Irish crochet $1. J. F. Cummins in his auto, after the under tlio nusniccs of the Post at Mi-- s Jennie Peoples. award had been made by the judges. Senator Puyntcr's farm near the 4 Hest lace hnndkerchief $1. Miss Holtzclaw is one of tlio most state capital. Mrs. S. J. Embry, Jr., Mis. J. K. Saunders. dimming nnd sweet young girls nt and A. (1. Alford, both of whom 5 Hest embroidered handk'f $1. this part of the state and bore the have pens in the big egg contest, C. M. Dodsou. Miss Florence- Truehenrt. hon.rrs with a modesty of demeanor showed some fine birds at the fairj Thiid (Icinl.l Finn. Franklin. tlrrec or 70 Hest tomatoes (I dozen) $1. 0 Hest Infants' outfit; which is one of her attractions to A. C. Hill has a. tine string o White' Mis. A. C. Hill. Font th W.W. Spalding. Lebanon mote pieces $1. Orpingtons that nre hard to beat thoe who know her. 71 Hest cabbage (3heads) $1. Fifth Scott Hullitt, Louisville. Mi-- s Kllie Drake, of Iouisville. ry any place in the country. J. C. Si.xtlt Orie Ware. Covington. J. S. Sloan. 7 Host specimen crochet work $1. likewise ranked with the INDELIBLE PENCIL 72 Hest onions (L dozen) $1. Seventh Amino, c Dudley. of Mis. S. McKittiick. carrying off several bluo John Cnmenisclt. I'lcasuievillc. (hand embroi8 Hest shittwitist Jammed Between Two Ribs, Gives ribbons. Hest beets (1-- 2 ilozen) $1. 73 Kighth Shelton M. Saufley, of dered and hand made) $1. Mr. Borcbers said that the peoCoe Moser Much Trouble. Hledsoc Hailey. Stanfoi.l. Miss (laliic Hradshaw. ple of Lincoln county should be 74 Hest cucumbcis (1-- 2 dozen) $1 Kinth J. K. Kchoe, Maysvi'le. 0 Hest centerpiece (any kind) $1. Coe Moser, the popular night tel- proud of this fair, and especially of S. T. Curtis. Tenth .lames II. Spradlin, Mrs. W. I'. Otvens. egrapher at the L. & K. depot here, the poultry exhibit. He has been G Class Farm Products 10 Hest embroidered towel $1. for next year's fair and is just beginning to feel himself 7(1 -- Hest peck pears $1. Eleventh Woodson May, SomerMrs. W. P. (livens; again after an unusual sort of an he urges all the poultry breeders in set. A. C. Hill. 11 Host towel, crochet edge $1. the county to start in now to make 77 Hest peck apples, (any kind) $1 accident, which enme tieur having this department one of the leading Miss Lillie Noel, of Danville. serious results ftir him. He was "KENTUCKY COLONELS" Herman Wuebbels. 12 Ilent specimen tatting $1. features of the fair. Tlio awards hi de78 Hest plate grapes, (any kind) standing on the platform nt the Mis Mamie (ireer. pot a short time ago, when a mail the various classes were: Back From Delightful Fishing Trip i:jlitt.t ,,;,. Mrs. .1. K. Saunders. Leghorns 1011 and 1912 bird .Hoped pillow blips suck was thrown off a mail cnr. The 71' Heat plate plums, (any kind) $1 3 To High Bridge (with initial or monogram) $1 sack hit hint, and struck mi indel- A. C. Alford, botlt awards. Black Lnttkshans Mrs. Eads 1st ible pencil which lie catTied in his Mr. Fisher Gaines, of Danvile. 80 Earl Trnyor. Hest wbitu corn (do, ears) $1. shiit pocket. The shurp point Buff Orpingtons 191L birds Mrs? est fancy bag $1. The Kentucky Colonels delightfulof J. II. Ends. Mis Jennie Pepples. the pencil was driven into his body, S. J. Embry, 1st, J. C. Mc Clury 2d; ly entertained their friends with a 84 Hest tobacco, (1 stalk) grown penetrating 1912 birds J. C. McClary 1st; 1. two ribs and between week's camping trip on Kentucky 15 Hest silk iiuilt in Lincoln count v, $2. cattsitig a very painful injury. Mr. Mrs. A. C. Alford 2d. Mrs. John S. Baughman. river nt High Hri.lge lust week. The 10 Hct knitted counterpane $1. Barred Bocks A. P. Coffey 1st. $ W. A. Tribble. Moser did not pay much attention fishing was bad on account of mudWhite Orpingtons A. C. Hill 1st 85 Hest pumpkin, (weight nnd size to it at fitst, hut the indelible comMargaret Cameiiisch. Mis I dy water but liming bathing and to be considered) $1. position of the pencil, contnined on both 1911 and 1912 birds. 17 Hest crochet counterpane $1. Rhode Island Reds A. O. IHlli hill climliiii" were fine nud nil join, A. C. Alford. some poison which threatened blood Mrs. S. M. Helm. 8(5 Hest watermelon, (weight nn.l poison for a time, but his physician 1st on both 1911 nnd 1912 birds. cd hcattily in the s'.orl. 18 Hest crochet and embroidered Black GrrJUigt'ons Airs. S. J.' size to be considered.) $1. managed to arrest its evil effect Several experts in different lines counterpane $1. .', the results of the injury became Embry, Jr., 1st. John Fugleman. Miss Mnry Zcllnr. were developed. J. W. Pi-Id-s provEnglish Salmon Favcrolles Mrs; 87 Hest cantaloupes, (3 or more) really serious. He wus compelled -t embroidered lunch cloth $1. ed hiuis.df a gieat fisherman nud to lay off from duty for several S. J. Einbry, Jr., 1st. John Fugleman. ' Mis M.try Hrtiee. also a fiofessor in swimming. A. W. Farm Stock Airs. Ends 1st. days, as a result of what sconfed Class H Flowers Hes-braided centerpiece $1. Mrs. S. Black Orpingtons is a gcniii.s 11s a sailing 20 nt first to be a Very trifling acci80 Hest Boston fern $1. captain. Marion Fields as a marine 1st, Airs. Ends 2d on 1911 Mrs. Im G. Taylor dent. Mrs. T. W. Pennington. engineer. It. C. Watkins played the '21 Best fancy apron any kind $1 birds. On 1912 birds, A. C. Hill 1st; 00 Best geranium $1. role us hero. Mis Margaret Samp - ' Mrs. J. H. Ea.U. Special premium English breed: Young Miss Embrv Winner. sou ami Ed Huhhaid. Mrs, (s. J. Embry. Jr.. 1st; Ameri(i. Uatknis took the 22 Hest embroidered cornet cover The pony rig driven by little Miss 01 honors as duet ,ks, S. L. Steph-- J Hest fotlage plant $1. can breed: A. C. Hill 1st; MediterMi- -. T. W. Pennington, Pent! Embrv received the largest ranean breed: A. C. Alford first. Ed Hubbard. ensou has changed his occupation ' .?4 Hv- -t set embroidered iiplins, vote for the best pony ring ut the 02 Best asparagus fern $1. rout store Keeper to tiiat ol an in- Best display A. C. Hill 1st; A. Mrs. K. J lirowu. first ring of the fair Wednesday, C. Alford 2d. Ed Hiilibnid. vclltor. He is now cilgngediill itiiik- - ."- .- Itat ni"ht and the decision seemed to be a 03 Best potted palm. $1 a camp bed that doc.s not re- in dress $1. very popular one. Miss Einbry had ! McKinney. . Ed Httbbaid. seinoie a rocK pile, .vttss Mie Mltup- - j Mrs. Hettie Fowler. her rig attractively decorated and .Sllll llillilw- till, t.kit.kf.t ... ;, ...J . I'M, ri ,. Inn L.it. 01 Het display cut roses $1. Mrs. J. W. Cocking and pretty, drove a beautiful pony. Morgan S. ucuuriiuciii uniiurens ."' er. .Music was furnished by Miss Miss Lena Hampton. ,irieiI1, ....n m.v el.il.l nn. Baughtnan received the second num- daughter Miss Ruth arc visitiug in (iladys Cliamherlaiti, A. W. and It. Falmouth nnd Covington the last ber of highest votes. dor 12 year- - of age) $1 K. Sampson in the evenings. ; MRS. ELIZA D. FLOWERS Slight showers early Wednesday two weeks. Miss Sophie Saunders. The uirt was comioc.l of Mrs. Miss Ruth and Margaret Becki norning, delayed the fotmation of 2S Hest specimen embroidery (by W. M. Fields a- - cliapetnuc: have, returned home from Somerset Misses child under 12) $1. Daughter of H. J. Darst. Dies a the parade by the pony ring sis-Elizabeth Coppnge, Pearl Fields, to the fair ground. Grella's vvhero they wete visiting their, Miss Isabel Giveiis. tiiadvs Chamberlain, Sue Sampson, Home in Louisville. ter, Airs. J. W. Davis, she having band stationed on the portico of the f Hiirt.idsbuif-- , Margaret Samnson. 20 Hest couch pillow (any kind) court house rendered sweet music returned with them. bv child under 12 ?1. of llaiTo.lsburg. Miss Ruth Coffey, of Shelby City Edith Wntkins. in the early morning. The showers Mi-- s It is vvitb much tegtet that news Ida Lee Campbel. of Crab Grace Fields, Lucile Chamberlain, ceased licfurc ten o'clock, and the is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. of the death of Mrs. Eliza 0. Flow- jonv parade wn Ituth Fields. Me.ss,s. J. V. Fields. Orchard. formed, and lend Kate Coffey this week. Tom Eaties went over to Hazel Marion Fields, A. W. Samp-oIt. 30 Hest hemstitched handkerchief ers, of Louisville, was learned here. by the band to the fair grounds. She is welt known here' and has by child under 12 $1. W. Samps F. . Watkins. It. C. .Morgan Smith Baughman, drew Patch to load out u couple of curs many Irieinls and telatives here. The S'o. Watkins, S. L. Stephenson,. John Mis Lois Drake. if lumber for E. R. Spotswood and" " I place in said of her death crack hi tie pony the parade with his son, this week. Cecil, of Hurrodslmii'. I 31 Hest cake, any kind, by child Courier-JournIheie: Just as Mrs. Elizabeth O. 'tiin in his doubleJesse. Biding with Protracted meeting begun at tlio under 12 $1. seated ttap were Christian daughters weic Flowers' two church at Turnersville Brodhead. Mi-- .s Mis Sadie II. Wearen. Margaret to leave their home, 100 Ctir-- 5evetance. nud Shanks, Mr. Heath Monday night nud will continue for. Mrs. Linda Itcnlou and John Hen-to- 33 Hest specimen hand painting Mis Ida II. Petttis. several .lays,-M- r. Mills from Loxiug- iivet'.ue, of Milltrsbuig. were here first Entry Xo. 2 was driven bv Oeorire. (water colors) by child under 15 yesterday in Clifton, at 1goo'clock down afternoon, to if ill. UVt'l.-- . Fleece Farris with a beautiful and loti nnd another gentleman year- - of nyo $1. J town to witness th parade the !iig!i Miss,., Clyde and Mnttie Wilmott itur the meeting. Miss Matsv (ii ink's. little horse. Bidins mother, who was ill in bed suddenly with Aliss Nettie While of Lexington wcic in Louisville last week. him were Miss KMe Elizabeth Class C Art I lev daughbecame unconscious. Mr. and Mrs. L. It. Hilton. Mr. .'14 Coleman. This pony is owned bv is the guest of her grandfather, Mr.' j Hest specimen hand painting, ters summoned Dr. Wilboyte, but Marry Hilton and daughter, Miss,. Mr. W. .7. Dozier, who bought it Reuben Williams this week. Miss Kute Alcorn. despite 'c efforts of the physician from Mrs. Air. Harry Jacobs, and wife and, Eth.l, John Eva and liiibv Hilton, Hardin some time ngo. daughter Vdu, have returned from" of Stanford, Thclina Honk, of In- 35 Hest specimen crayon work the womun passed away fifteen minEntry Xo. 3 was driven by Joe Miss Elizabeth Matheuy. The physician found Grimes utes later. diana, and Stella Griffith of Ford, and Miss Isnbelle Giveiis, of a ten days' visit to Louisville and, 30 Hest bund painting, (oil) death due to apoplexy. vveie the guests of Mrs. ,. i csS Miss (Jeorgia Kewbeni. Danville. They also had u little Elizabethtowu. Mrs, Flowers had been in ill beauty, Aliss Eugene, Knncy Hubble, Miss( during the fair. owned by Mr. Dozier. dozen linntl painted health two weeks, but had been able Mi. E.I Sproulo nud cliil.lien 37 Hest Entry Ko. 4 was that of little Miss Marjorio Cocking and father, Tom, china plates (amateurs only) $1. to b about the house a gieat putt have returned to their home in Paris Peat I Embry, daughter of Mr. and Earlcs, W. M. Mobley nil took in llte Mis. Shelton M. Sautley. of the time. Yesterday ut noon she .Mrs. S. J. Einbry, to High Bridge. alter visiting heie. Jr., who hud with excursion Chas. Beck has returned, cups nnd partook of a hearfv meal, and was Airs. Mr. und ,Mrs. Woodyard Owens 38 Hest hand painted ucr four of her schoolmates, Misses dozen (nmatettrs only believed to be. on the rami to recov2 are rcfoicing over the artival of Mincers Vnnie Lee Eubanks, Frances Tate home from Kewunee. 111., where she, ery. new girl. Mis. T. W. Pennington. and Alary Louise Woods. Their rig has been visiting her patents for the The deceased was the widow of was sugar howl Heat hand painted . C. Wilmott. if Knoxville. Tenn. 30 beautifully decorated in the K. last lit teen days. John W. Floweis. Besides her two of 1 Airs. W. A. Coffey has returned nnd Mrs. Walter Miller and children and cream pitcher, colors. daughters, Misses Lucile and Gladys from Detroit, Mich., where she vis of Lebanon Junction were the guests Mrs. Shelton M. Saufley. ij of their mother. Mis. M. E. Wilmott. 41 Hest hand painted ited her sister. pitcher, she leaves two sous, John and WilDINNER SET liam O Flowers, and two sisters, Frank llrooks was down front isrouier uauiiart, pastor of thai Mrs. Shelton M. Sautley. llntlaii t attend the fair. Ho 42 Hest display of hand painted Mrs. Baltic Owsley and Mrs. J. O. To Be Gjven Away In Sam Robin-sen- 's Christian church is holding a ineet-- 1 Kewiand, of Stanford, Ky. ing at the Antiocf church at Phitj back by his grandsons, china, (nny number of pieces,) Contest on Monday The funeral will be held Tuesday this week. Louis and Mallie Hunt. amateurs only $2.50 afternoon nt 2 oMock at the resi Aliss Alary Dee Beck is visiting Mr. nud Mis. ('has. Lyons nud Miss Florence t niter. Sam Robinson gives a dence nnd nt 2:30 o'clock nt thej Miss Florence Carter near AlcCor ehildien of Junction ( ity have been Class D. Family Produce. away ( littou Christian cliuiclt. I lie mi Dinner Set young on Alouday, Aug. mack's church this week. with friends here for the past week, 43 Het . lull to the white mountain cake. , ferment will be in Cnve Hill ceine-tctlady who has cast M. II. Singjeton has rented the and ate now in the country for a tlie largest vote by that date. Tell Mrs. J. II. Ends. McKinney Coal and Feed Co.," buihl- month. your-- friends to make their purchas45 Hest chocolate cake 1. ing nnd is now in the market for Miss (.race McCall has been ill. ed there and cast tlio votes lor you. W. Pennington. Wants to Buy Lincoln Horses coal, shipstuff, etc. Mis Kiln Dunn, of Danville, and 47 Mrs. T. Angel food cake $1. Hie standing of the'contestants toHest Mrs. Kate Coffey visited her. Mrs. Jnc Lynn Coffcv and little son All Lincoln county people and es- day j3 ns follows: Mis. ,f. 0. Cmpenter. brother, Air. Dick Goode in Lexingpecially the horsemen will bo inter-c- d of Frunkfot!. visited Mis. J. (5. Frith it o.MO 3(1 40 Hest innrshmullow cake, o.OoO ton last week. in thu news that Joe Miller, of last week. 2 f,2." 38 0,035 Mis. W. (5. Withers. Quite a number 'of people fiont, 101 Kanclt Wild West Mr. and Mis. Malkcmus. of Louis-vill- c, the gieat 3 A.O.") 50 Hest plate beaten biscuit, 47 7,000 heie attended the great K. of P.. Show will be in Crab Orchard Satme at Francisco Hotel for i .Vi-40 0,510 Mrs. W. K. Warner. fair at Staufoid this week and reurday afternoon, for the purpose of few davs visit. ') 0,270 03 7,710 port a goo.) fair and a good time. ( Joe Carter returned home Siindav 51 -- Hest loaf salt rising light bread buying a number of good horses. He 812,31.', 0,20." 09 and Miss. .Aliss Roe McCormack Mrs. A. C. Hill. .wants those who have them for sate nftcr several davs' visit in Shelbv-vill- e. 10 17,r30 70 7,720 52 Hest home made cheese $1. Lottie Cook of Hustonville., were !to meet him there about 1 o'clock. 13 o.OHO 70 7,700 Miss Ella Harnett. callers in our town on Tuesday afMr. Miller is a native of Crab Orch-'ai- d Mr. W. II. Funis nud cliil.lien. of 10 7.820 77 7,700 ternoon. and is nlways welcomed back Fast Hernstadt. ate with his falhir, 53 Hest pound butter $1. 18 r,,0.V 78 4,300 home. He made a million tint of his Mrs., Felix White. Mr. Ilenr Farris, 10 LOOM 70 0,270 1) U, lSUf, training contractor liflnc at. j ranch nnd show business, but never Class E. Preserves Cleo Wheeldoit is in Louisville this 27 .VJOo 689 Kfdluj Court, Canton, 111, It now wll 813.000 54 Hest jur grape jelly $1. torgct Ins old Kentucky Home. week. -. .1,09.20 nt1 of a ttrttf and anno)iii( rat of kldnry 82 0,220 Mrs. T. W. Pennington. trouble. Ilia back palnrd and he wn both. A. K. J mm, o( Ihr Dr. C. II. Kllitwurth. Knllit. 10 lliMwIn 55 rtiarmirjr, Chlfo, Hest jar plum jellv $1 W, llrrtrr, Lawrrnrcflllr, Mo who Itobtrl rol with hmjacuti and Jmr tptlla. "I . hannrq Kulrjr & Co.'t ('I.. hn ! Si.. Itmhr.lrr, N. V., t'ily K'lJni- '- Jill. had bn bothered with kldnr? trouble fori look KoUy Kldnry 1'ilU Jutt aa dlrritrd and.. Mrs. I. G. Taylor. net .Irrmttlirnnl him linmnllal- - rrlirf (r manjr ytr:"( ?! "I rantlikr two jrrara tajrat J but inre.,diftrreni II in a ttw daja I frit lunrti brttrr. Mr llf and-- . tried tiliti vrmUrfuUy. tssn lMith.r-,- 1 will, 5(iHe.st jar crahapples jelly $L 'l haw with no .l,.f M Pint tlo' Ilox'X Tar Compound hat Vir.ila of kldnrr nllll kii't nil lruM ui.l llilii.jtpain. I'Ud.l-- r KMney I'lll. .nrliihbor told me to tiea Foley KldjieT.Pilla. ttrvnirth teemed to com back, and 1 aleeo 1 inurh ta qut. aud It hp nn rough Fulrr jvf Miss A. Tribble, I took tbrre bottlea of them., and got a 'I atu, now mi trouble and lat f nn narrotlrt or a trn(ihmr. m 57 ltr-- t jar apple jelly $1 nn rfrosiainl at rontalnlnt rrun nir towy recommend, m wond'rfulljr. I isSr htrriful pr'nrtl." Tti Krnnliit In a uiaurni rure. 1 and Tanner. mem to (Terv - to iirouimrnd Tanner. nuney nuv irjr meiia. Miugira and bojjr." SLujitt Hliurar and Tannrr. yVv rK'kttf' Mrs, J, G, Carpenter. tlifir um," Hhuon ml Tin ofr. 11 fa-vor- ite Bor-cherMc-L'la1'res-tousbur- g. J 11-Dhe-fo- rc 10-He1 Mis. J. Wagers, Hest jar sttawberry preserves Mrs. J. Wageis. (10 Hest jar chctry preserves $1. Mis. J. Wagers. (51 Hest jar pear preserves $1 Mis. J. Wagers. (52 Hest jur plum preserves $1. Mis. J. II. Ends. 03 Hest jar blackberry jam $1. Mrs. J. Wagers, (!4 Hest jar honey $1 II. I. Hankeuship. 05 Hest jur sour pickles $1. .Mis. J. H. Ends, (ill Hest jur sweet pickles $1. Mrs. J. If. Ends. (17 Host display of jelly sand preserves (by nny one person) $2. Mrs. T. W. Pennington. Class F Garden Products fill J'cst Irish potatoes jar peach preserve $1. MISS LISSA H0LTZCLAW Wins Premium as Prettleset The Fair Grounds i i!i acknowlMiss Lissa Holt.cluw, edged everywhere as one of Lincoln's fairest daughters, wits awardfnncierjs ed the $10 in gold premium ThursLincoln county poultry day for being the ;irett'icst girl on turned out in large numbers to see the fair grounds here. She was cho- the bluo ribbons tied on their m M t 1 i H I ",,. .,.:i,t j n. al -- lire-pari- n. al are-hol" sU-iiiii- 1- -2 -- v. 11 ! ir ' .i r imm-ait- if 'W .t ."t i i ., TJ Tf"- -p ft i 9 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. AUCUtT ?3. 1112 : Small Checking Accounts. No one is denied the conveniences of a checking Account with Lincoln CWItfy National lank, because his trnnsntiona arc small. ' It is the policy of this bnnk to enconrnpc the smnll rlppJM- tor, because it sees in each one the possibility of the Inrpc account of the future. The officers of this bnnk nrc accessible to those who call for the transaction of business, and arc Jtlad to extend n welcome to new depositors. $100. WO Capital $100,110 Surplus he fl Interior Journal. M. How to be Certain of Praludlra la a hard thtna tn nvtrrnm. but where health It at (take and the 11 HELTON BAUrLir .Proprietor IN ADVANCE Stanford A TEAR STRICTLY Curing Constipation Lettera recently received from Myera, Morrlion, Tenn., and Ada Ky., W. CheMnut M. Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!! Prices cut in two. All our low cuts will be sold at cost as long as they last. Respectfully. Lincoln County Nalionil Bank Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford, Ky. Last Cal on Low Shoes If you live until next summer you will have to have Shoes. If we have what you want now in our shelves, it will be a good investment. The NETTLETON Low Shoes are $5.00, $6.00 and $6.50 the world over no less. The few pairs left you can get at $4.00. opinion of thouaanda of reliable people differ from you re, prejudice then your menace and you ought to lay It aalde. Thla la laid In the Inter-eof people aufTerlnjr from chronic conatlpadon. and It la worthy of their f.r V. I'm T1I08. K. MARSHALL attention. F,r Vmgrt$r 1IAKVF.Y JIELU In the opinion of leclona of reliable American people the most atubborn ComllA'i Atly E. V. PUKYEAK conatlpatlon Imaginable can be cured I10LDAM ftt Circuit tier J. by a brief uae of Dr. Caldwell'a 8yrup Papain. Tou may not have beard of It yr Jl.jri.frate V. it. TIELD9 before, but do not doubt lla merlta on f.r MWitnttil. C NKWLAND .that account, or becauae It hai not been blatantly ad vert lied. It has eold very aucceaefutly on word of mouth recommendation, rarenta are giving it to Political Ammincements were riven It their children today In Ihli lh .nnonncrroent. lubjret tocolumn art of by their parent., and whohas been truth, It of fully aald office, the action candidate, for that more drugglata ute It the-- Itnocrtle prlm.rj. No announcement! peraonally In their famlllca than any will U mdf, unlet, p.ld for In adrancti other laxative. DEMOCRATIC TICKET WII.80.il. Ttr rttHdtnt WOODHOW r at Fnltrtd at I j.eiojlf nd clan mail matter i ire R. Tor Reareeenfatlrf. VlUOlli McMUM.IN. are but a few of thouiamla allowing the etteem In which Dr. Cald. welt'a Syrup repaln ta held. It la mild, gentle, not violent, Ilka aalta or cathartlca. It curca gradually and pleaaantly ao that In time nature again doca Ita own work without out aide aid. Conatlpated people owe It to themaelvei to uae thla grand bowel epeclflc. Anyone wlihlng to make a trial of thla remedy before buying It In the regular way of a drugglat at fifty eenta or ona dollar a -- large bottle (family alte) can have a ample bottle aent to the home free of charge by almply addrenelng Dr. W. II. Caldwell. 40S Washington Ft., Montlcello. 111. Tour nam and addrcea on a poataj card will do. g ft., Uoulivllle, I, I, N WON, Crab Orchard, Ky. it. J. B. tr Shtrtf UAUOUMAN T. J. HIM. Tor Ceunty Judft T. A. RICK M. F. NOHTU For J.tlrr rEYTON PAKR1BH CJEOKOB DEBOKDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM II. HESTER W. A. CARSON L. HECK 8. M. OWENS R. II. BRONAUOH P. O. HANDIDOK J. H. BOONE W. T. OARNER LAFE MOHOAN V. O. WKATHEHrORD II. W. OIVEN8 Fcr Ant t ttr one ager of the telephone exchnnre lit t popular railroaders on Danville keep him so buy he has of the this division of the L. & N. was here not time to devote to the equities lor the fair. iiuy longer. He is iimkilig good nt Of course Dick Hampton got in Danville, nnd the eople there lire from Lebanon Junction in time to very much grutified with the sertake it nil in. Dick would have vice he is giving tlieni, his many stopped the whole L. & X. schedule, friends will he clad to know. if need be, to get back home for the A Kidney Remedy Advertisement gala event. Jack Benzley, Will Wearen, John Drought Great Happiness loo-i- J. T. O'Mnry, of Livingston, THE POWER OF A Name You can't tell a good can't tell - Menefee were us busy us bird dogs all the time. This is a bunch ot Bon-wor- th the most popuspeak for themlar of all selves. The prices are stamped on each bottom, $3.50, $4 and $4.50 the pair. We have about 50 pairs, in all leathers, at $2.50 for the $3.50 ones; $2.75 for the $4 shoes, and $3 . for the $4.50 pairs. WALK-OVERS, Shoes--the- y a pair quick. They are all new 1912 models. If that isn't a good investment, then don't buy them; if it is, then get you Hi J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky DEPOSIT IANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1154. It's successor: NattMial lank f Stanford, erganlzed June 2, INS. Recefnized at First National Bank OCTOIER 3, 12. This lank has keen ki successful and unlntemiited tier atlen far 58 years, and Is werthy ef the confidence ef of the public. Open an account with us today. The Farmer's Friends : Superiorjand Peoria Grain Drills Calljand see the new stock W.H.Higgins Stanford, Ky. it i oi iiieeMeemiieeeeiMMMHi i away from the Stanford fair, anil suffered from bladder or kidney Fair Notes I called in my physician, All Knights of 1'ythius nttcmlinj; got in Wednesday night. But you can tell good candy by the name it bean Col. Gill Cowan, of Hiistonville, he attended him but did him no good. the fair Friday lire expected to ador what is back of the box. as usual was on hand, and was Almost by accident I noticed an wear the colors of the order. who is boosting preyed into service us a judge. vertisement nbout the curative Cecil, Charley of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, the Overland auto like the live wire There ure few better judges of horse a that he is, was here lnte Thursday flesh thnn this popular West Ender. him according bottle and gave it to to directions. It curUrover C. Anderson, of Mt. Sterafternoon accompanied by Editor ling, who had the good sense to ed him of what we thought was alV. Vernon Itichardson, of the Danville Advocate, and who will be the conic to Lincoln for his bride, wus most impossible and the same with Means to Candy just what Sterling means' to Private Secretary to Senator Ollie here witli her and took in the fair. others of my family. I have such Silver. strong faith in Swump-Rothat I M. James when the latter takes hi Mr. Anderson, who knows a good horso all ocr, was used to greut have never done without it in my Feat in the U. S. Senate. family since the wonderful cure of Joe McDowell, of Danville, who advantage us u judge. Jim Woods is making an ideal my son as well as myself. I restring of his sister, Mrs. handles the H. T. Lowndes, came over with two president, and the members of the commend it to all who suffer from colts, both by the great sire, Ken- lodge ure congratulating themselves kidney or bloddcr troubles and I um tucky Choice. They are classy lit- that they put him in the place. As led to believe that it is one of the for tho secretaryship, of course no best medicines for the purpose for tle youngsters. which it is used, that hns ever been Dick Scudder was getting the gluU one could heal Jim Cummins. Homer Wray, although trans- discovered. hand on all sides for the splendid This is) my experience from the showing his youngsters made in the planted to Danville, still keeps his Swump-Roo- t. Wishing the big Futurities at Lexington. Mr. membership in Diadem Lodge, and is use of Scudder's sale of some of his best litre for the whole three duyB ot the promoters of this wonderful mediones to V. C. Massie, netted him a fair. He is proring himself mighty cine a 1 large sale to the suffering public, am Yours respectfully, to nave around, too. very handsome profit, and showed W. II. McAFEE. Clay Coleman, who bought the the confidence that those who want College Park. Ga. the winning blood, bae in this Porter Sandidge farm iu the West Witness. E. O. Williams, Notary Public. nil, was on hand and is taking much n. popular Lincoln J. W. Adams, one of the best Lilcrest in Lincoln county affair. I Letter to known farmers and horsemen of Ho is a splendid young citizen, and ( Dr. Kilmer L Co. Madison, was here tho first day. Mr. is the kind to men to have iu a comBinghamton, h. Y. Adams, by the way, is a very strong; munity. Mens' $4 Oxfords now $325 The midway attractions are provdemocrat and says there's nothing Mens $375 Oxfords now $3.00 to it but Woodrow Wilson this fall. ing big drawing cards. All of the Prove What Swamp Root Will Do For You. Mens' $3.50 Oxfords now ... . $2.95 Jesso D. Wearen, Pet Beck and shows are clean and good. The Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., BingMens' $3 Oxfords now George Burdette did good work on $235 of course ha3 the hamton, K. Y., for a sample bottle. Ladies' $3 Oxfords now the gates the first day. Al of the call for the youngsters. $235 It will convince anyone. You will Cr.pt. T. B. Robinson, of Garraid boys have gone to work with a will Laities' $2.50 Oxfords new $250 also rccehe a booklet of valuable rent waJking information, telling all determined to make the fair a win wns lere with hi Ladies' $2 Oxfords now $1.85 about the ner. n.aie, and she didn't get a Ladies' $1.50 Oxfords new $120 Mr. George P. Bright, who has ribbon, he 'declared that it didn't kidneys and bladder. When writing be sure to mention the Stanford InPlenty of time to wear the- m- et a pair for the Fair. been acting as clerk at the famous leave any sore spots on him. "A." Regular fifty cent Crab Orchard Springs ! during the Hundley's great little wnlking mare terior Journal. size bottles for sale Summer, came down early ThuTS-dn- y got the blue while Carroll Bailey's and morning to take in the rest of splendid big plantation hvrse took at all drug stores. the red. the fair. W. B. Bullock, formerly night MERCER COURT HOUSE operator at the depot, came up from Lebanon to take in the fair. Cavnty Survayar Jim Menefee, of course, got home Cornerstone For New Buildina Laid General Farm Surveying By The Masons. for tho fair. He came all the way 52.6B Phone 172, StMftfd, Ky. from MorrUtown, Tenn. ilnrrodsburg, Ky., Aug. 21 The Wm. Dodd, of the Wet End, who knows every lin nf h blue ceremonie- - in connection with the blooded equine, was here Thursday laying of tho cornerstone of the and acted ns judge in several rings Mercer county courthouse marked this as a red letter day in tho histo tho satisfaction of every one. J. W. Musters was over from tory of the county. There were a McKinney Thursday for the fair... number of prominent Kentuckians Mr. and Mrs. John S. Wells and present, among the number. Gov. Daalar la children autoed over Thursday from James B. McCreary nnd J. JJnnvilJe. Mrs. Wells said she had t;. YV. Occkhnra. The Rev. M. T. Chandler, of the never enjoyed a country fair as she Methodist Episcopal church, presiddid this one. Judge Lewis L. Walker came ov- ed ns chairman. The Rev. W. II. er with a good crowd from Lancas- Smith, of the Christian church, opter Thursday. Among others in the ened the services with a prayer, and fiarrard bunch noted were Postmas- the Rev. Dr. J. G. Hunter, of the ter West. W. L. Lawson, John Far-r- First Presbyterian church, deliverJ. K. Mount, J S. Haselden, sev- ed the invocation. The Hon. Dave Jacksoii, Grand Master of the Grand eral of the Robinson and others.' M. J. Farris, Sr., accompanied by Lodge of Kentucky F. nnd A. A. laid his sou, and II. C. Bright was here the cornerstone, assisted by officers from Danville and enjoyed the day of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky. PHONE 153. The copper box deposited within Paul Goddnrd, who lead the fight for Harvey Helm in Mercer, was the cornerstone contained a copy of lieie Tliunxlay from Harrodsbunr. this wtek's Harrodsburg Herald and accompanied by John Buster Robert Leader, a short history of Masonry and Otha Mitchell and Edward in Kentucky since 1800. a shoit Jliteliell, a youngster who showed feketch of Wniren Lodue. 53. nnd Mercer Lodge, 777, F and A. M a well in a pony ring. Capt. Alex Tnbhle, of Junction sketch of Montgomery Lodge, 38 City, and Danville, was here mix- I. O. O. F. of prcH-n- t members ing with his old Confederate com- ol the bar, a l..it .f the rades. Among them who were here and pastor, school-.- , frnteriut!s wore Iiuss Denton, Sterling Grimes, pcotics and photographs i the 1d w tciiithouse, fraternity bnilJiiig pub-l- i. George 1. Bright and others. library, Mr. Jackson and John Jl. W. h. Mclloberts, of Danville, is present .Master of wns one of the who Mann, who l sjppMHHEPS-lrcame hack home Thursduy md Mercer Lodge, 777. Judge John W. Hughes delivered had a delightful day. Secretuiy J. L. Elkin. of the Lan an nddress on "Mercer County and caster fair, was on hand Thursday its Progress,'" followed by a song UNDERTAKERS AND and pronounced this fair a winner. composed for the occasion by Hen ALSO DEAL ry CJe eland Wood. ER IN FURNITURE. G. A. Lackey, of Litchfield. III.. MAT. TINQS, RUQS. THEY WILL couldn't stay away, but came back EXCHANGE FURNITURE Homer Wray Not In THERE IS REAL PAINT Home lor the lair. FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. Saddle This Year and also some stuff mixed with Charley Bohon, of Lebanon, who urauiHTAKER AND EMBALNER OIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE Mr. and Mts. Homer C. Wray and cheapening is making a reputation us a promaterials that is not niii(.,IAMF0.RJ KENTUCKY. gressive young farmer, wns here family, pf Danvile, came over Tues- worthy of the name. If yo- - have Phone j, Fall and Winter Suitings. Pkmm day so as to 1ms here in penty of bad experience with the Thursday. latter kind Mr b.w Fall and Winter BhhdIci tr bow Editor Orccn CIny Walker, of the time for tho opening of the fair. you don't want another. Tlirjr loiptclloD. If you rtilr loron your market. I can alt comprL. lb. good paper, the Lancaster Record, There is no more enthusiastic. K. J. th. U.I anjout haven't take our advice and don't at to prlc. who had bli clothe, raid, to or. was over for the fair Thursday. Mr. in the state thnn Homer Wrav nnd A jour experiment Boy our roal paints der. to lull m.d. to elothe.. tumor, li them read mad. SURETY BONDS To tin Walker has been in very poor health few, liner judges of horseflesh. Mr. m.d. to me.iur. but is now impoving satisfactorily, Wray Todo Wulter 0. Walker's and save yourself 'djaappdintmeat retdr m.d. when doein't ec.t anv m.r. ih.n aru.Utr .ad fit ! enn.M. .M.KIWLAJrD I .red. Coma la and let t.k. Tour m.- his many Lincoln friends will be J splendid string of horses for sev- and money as well. ure. STANFORD, KY. his duties as man A. ALLEN. eral years, but smd to know. MuffI. Ky. O. 0. MUPier, SU JVatl&al TaC.r pro-Fcrti- es I take pleasure in stating that I have used Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t ImMlers for keep. Joe T. Embry, general bookkeeper that 1 was greatly benefitted by the saiLe nnd have used it in my family. in the office ot Auditor Henry at Frankfort, couldn't stay I had n son, when quite young he good man by hi clothe, book by the cover, ou can't tell a good cigar by the wrapper. Neither can you tell G80D CANDY "rn., NUNN ALLY'S ot At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Price Reductions Oxfords We have reduced the price on all Men's, Ladies' and Children's .... hor-emn- merry-go-nroun- d, -- one-doll- ar W. E. PERKINS E. D. Pennington, Crab Orchard, Ky H. B. Norlhcott AT COST For Cash Stanford. Ky. Poultry, Eggs, We will continue to sell all lawns and Oxfords at Cost, strictly Produce, Salt, a, Lime & Cement Goods charged will be at regular price. Stanford, Ky. Hughes, &Co. J.L.Beazley &Co J. C. McClary M t hm 3. FIRE INSURANCE K i -- . i' ItV ttmummmm' ip i.- . ri. J . THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tTANFOBD. KENTUCKY FRIDAY. AU6U1T 23. 1812 Sim Bi nmtt J. Miniriil Schiol State. UHOOL SCHOOL AtfmlttetHv Me ( the VERY REST Scheels In the SCHOOL, NORMAL FIVE SCHOOLS IN OHt.-Hl- BH GRADED SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF MUSIC, COMMERCIAL C. LEWIS, Principal, LtiMlfR, Ky. Mrs. Itichnrd Kewlnnd and children are viiting lir pnrcnts, Mr. und Mm, Klktn, of Louisville. Misses tlrace MeCall, of Brod-heai- l, and Louunnn Whitehead, of Mt. criion will be the guests of Mr. Logan MeCall during Ike fair. Miss Mary Mclloberts, of Danville, rs here isitini: her manv friends. Mis Bertha McClurc is spending several dajs with relatives nnd friends at Crab Orchard. Mr. William Westerfield, of Paris is here tbi guent of his aunt, Mrs. For-cne- Personal and Social. Mr. !. K. Hooker was in London Tui'Mliiy on Iiumiick. Mrs. Caleb Newell, of Liberty, will be tbc guest o Mm. Will llrndy thlg week. Mr. William Thompson, of Mt. Vernon it lieru tlic guest of L. It. Hughes and ill tako in tbu fair. Mm. M. K. 1'ruitt and children, of Kurnsidc, aro Mm. Hie guests of her mi-t- ir W. Williams. Mrs. Lewis llcrndon and Mis , Walker, of LancnMcr were here Moiiiluy. M. I). Klmore. Miss Vcrcil IfCoinptr, of FrankMises Lena anil Mary Dee Heck, fort, is the attractive guest of Mis.j of McKiuney, will visit Miss e Mm. Hailey Hill at Stanfoid MonNnncy Hiinn. day. Carter during the fair. Miss Mnblc Dunn, of Xoblcsvillc, Miss Fan Sparks, of Mt. Vernon, Mrs. William Sheridan, of LouisMonday to be the ville is the guest of Mrs. J. S. Hire. nnd Lt. J. II. Johnson, IT, S. A ararrived Intl., guest of Miss Anna Chancellor. Mis Prill Xcwbcrn, of HuM.in-vill- rived Thursday to he the guests of Mr. James Cieby and children, of the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Miss Helta Jean Penny lor the fair. Covington are here visiting relative T. W. isPennington. Mrs. J. C. McClary and Mm. E. and friend". Mr Joe Will Ilout and Ora Har- L. Itcinhart went to KoHing Fork Mr. and Mm. George. Peyton and nett, of Hustonville, attended the Monday to attend the Hnptist AsMr. Fulkemon and baby, of sociation in session there. fair Wednesday. arc visiting Mr. und Mm. Mm. Hell Henderson, of Paint (.nrrie Hello Romans, of Miles T. J. Hill. Lancaster, is the attractive guest of Lick, stopped over Tuesday with Mii-Judith MeCall, of Hrodhend, .MiSophia Sauiidets for thu fair. Mrs. Elira ISInin. She had been to arrived Tuesday afternoon to be the Mr. nnd 'Mm. Luke Carpenter the Hrodhend fair. guett of Miss Grace Brady fur the came down fiom Hustonville for the of Hustonville Mr. Clinton fair. stopped here n short time Sundnv fair Wednesday. Mrs. F. F. Jones, if Crab OrchMisses Mattie U-- Huhblo and on his wny to Hustonville. He had ard, Misses Maggie llrock and Dora Mamie Walters, of Lancaster, were been to Lnnciirter to see his parJohnson of London, were here Sat- here to the fair Wednesday. ents Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. Hastin. urday for a short time, Mr. and Mm. (J. C. AudcTSon, of Mi-- s Roberta Oriuxtrad has reMr. and Mr. S. J. Tat em nre turned to her home in Louisville af- Mt. Merlin?, nre the guerts of her parents, Mr. nnd Mm. E. P. Woods spending several weeks in Deuxer, ter n short stay with relatives. . Mis Ida Keinhart, of Louisville, and vtill attend the fair. Col., and other western point. They Mrs. McDowell Fogle. Mm. P. II. will be homo about the first of Sep- is the guest of Miss Joephine CarTaylor, of Danville, nnd Mr. P. H. penter. tember. Misms Hose MeConnack nnd Ed- Fogle and bride of Vanitn, Okla., Mr. Henry Pleasants, of Groom. die T. Carpenter, of Hustonville, spent the day with Mm. J. II. Jones. iH here the guect of his sister, Toxns Miis Heulnh Scott, of Owenton, the lair Wednesday. . Mm. Jcsmo .Stugg nnd other relaMiss Grnce lluli-oof Campbells-vill- will be the guest of Mm. Suan tives. Ycager this week. Miss Scott will be is the guest of Mrs. Will StevMisr Mary Hope Carpenter, of well rememheicd here ns she was Pcrr.vville, will urrixo Thursday to enson. Mr. Will Hurtou nnd Dr. Pontius the trimmer for MUs Ella Mny be the guest of Miss Kate Ruucy attended the fair hert .Saunders In- -t season n year ago. of during the fair. Wednesday. Mr. Fay Peyton, Mr. Clarence Miss Ethel Fettro, of Lci.sburg, Miss Lucilc Hourigun, of Pcnick, of Mm. Frank Wilkinson Ir.d., who tutight here last year, is ue guest ot tier grand parents, and daughter, Klizobcth. of Hurgin. liirt Monday night, and will be Mr. nnd Mm, H. C. Rupley. Mi-s- ts Willie and Hessie Wilkinson, the guet of Mm. J. W. William- -. Mm. U. C. LeCompte and pretty of Lancaster, nre the guets of Mr. Mi-sYnntis. of l.anciihlcr, little daughter, Margaret Jnne, of Edgar Wilkinson nnd family fcrr the AHie e, -s Bn-tiii, n, e, ar-riv- id cs J. Wednesday. Miss Icnn Palmer nnd mother. Mm. 1'ruitt hnvc returned home from Point Lick and llichmond where they have been isiting for several weeks. Miss Marguerite Fox, of Dnmillc, is the nttractivo guest of Miss Et- fie Hnughman. Mrs. It. S. .Sonicrville hns joined her husband here. Ho represents the Kentucky Insurance Co., they formerly liu-- at Cynthinnn. Mrs. Will Penny and daughters Maiy Cooper, mid Cornie, of Danville, nie the guests of Mrs. Mary Penny. and Julia Misses Margaret of Lancaster, Mr. and Mm. S. II. Aldridge, of near Lancaster, nrc the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Stone f(rr u few days. Mr. nnd Mm. Hill Spalding nnd little Katherine, of Louisville, and Dr. Edward Alcorn visited Mr. and p, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hundley nnd Mr, nnd Mrs. W. P. Givrns nnd dnuch-terof Danville, were to the fair s. and Bessie Iliffe, of Hutoiiville, will In- - the guests of Mies Lottie Carson for the iair. Mm. Effio Dullard and son. Ho-- -J roe hue rclimnii to tiieil" hoir- - lit Brush Creek after a viit to her brother. Dr. Laswell at Kingnvillc. Dr. Oln Moser nnd wife have returned to their home at Memphis, Tenn.. after n visit to his parents Mr. and Mrs. Win. Moer nnd other relatives. Frankfort, nrc here visiting her manv relatives nnd friends. Mi-- s Mary Moore Rnncy has re turned home nfter a week's visit to tier uncle. Mr. Tom Mniiev and wife at Mm. C. H. Holmnn nnd Imhy, of Crab Orchard, arc here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mm. W. W. White nnd other relatives. Councilman Kd Wilkinson is back from Elixir Springs, greatly improved, and is welcoming patrons at his tonsoria! parlor?, with the old genial smile. Stimulant or Tonic? Ayers Sarsaparilla is not a stimulant It does not make you feci better one day, then as bad as ever the next. There is not a drop of alcohol in it Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a tonic You have the steady, even gain that comes from such a medicine. Ask your doctor all about this. Trust him fully, and always do as he says. He knows. Who mike tb best liver pills ? Tbt C. Aytr Compicy, e' Lowe!!, Matt. Tbejr have been making Ayer's Pill for ever sixty year. If you have tbc lightest doubt about uaing tbess pills, aak your doctor. Ask him first, that's best. J. M ky tk t. O. ATBB OO.. LwIL Paul Garmau returned home Tuesday night for the fair. His grandfather, W. L. Qurraun of Marrow bone, whom ! has been visiting, re turned with him to take in the great K. P. Fair. Mrs. C. J. Holman nnd hah'-- , of Ciab Otchur, are the guests of her uncle, Felix White for the fair. E. ('. Caldwell, of MaysviTle, was nlo the guest of Mr. White. Mack Peuvvhouse and Miss Nun-m- e Copper, Misses Mary Peavy-Lou-- e and Cleo Sandusky nnd Elizn-lii'l- h IVavyhnuso attMidcd the Lexington fair Inst week. .1. F. Hill, of Home Cave, and Miss Kathleen Hill, of St. Louis, father and niece of Mm. E. C. Garman, came in Wednesday to make a visit and take in the fair. Mrs. J, C. Jones .of Kansas City, Mild Judg Sterling Orirpe f C"ro, Texas, who nre here visiting their brother, Mr. W. P. Grimes were the guests of Mr. J. C. Hailey nnd fam ily at Crab Orchard Tuesday. Mm. Susan Ycager. MKs Heulali Scott, of Owenton, Mm. Mat nnd dnughtcm, Mis-e- s Marv Eleanor and Elvira of Little Hick Ark., Mr. nnd Mrs. Shilingcr. Jlr. nnd Mrs. II. K.iimiicl nnd Mr. Weaver, who arc at the Crab Orchard Spring. the fair Wednesday. Mr. nnd Mm. H. G. Hampton, nnd their viitoT Jliss Helen Bine, of Louisville, arc the guests of relatives ai.d friends this week. Miss Helen Sine is well remembered here, ns she was here about a year ago, nnd gnve the entertninment, entitled "The National Troubadours. Mis-e- s Lucile and Nell Euhanks, u of Dumillr, attended the fair Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West, and Mr. and Mm. Chns. Hallew, Mr. and Mm. John Farra, Mr and Mm. A. D. Price. Mr. and Mm. Will Embrv, of Lancaster uttended the fair Thursday of Granville. Mr. W. F. Hob-ofin., is the guest of Mr. T. C. liunkin n, rair. the guest of his daughter, Mm. E. J. In own. Mr. John A. Iliggins, of is the guest of his brother, Mi. W. II. lliggins nnd sister, Mrs. I KHMO,tr Geo. Hopper. V A Tratnlnc .Messrs. W. A. nnd Arthur Coffey, School for Teachers of McKinncy, nltcnded the fnir rrpMl.t4lf Klnnitry y.mttu ft Lite Put. f, Thursday, TfttH la kll tlftrftU. Miss Essie Hurch has returned 'I nti'lr, home from Ciab Oichard, Mrs. Ciwffc T.lllff Trr U ,nWft,l4 A. T. IMIf James camo home with her t.) reVftftfttltTftlftUt MiltMlM.ft. ftw.lft.Snnl. ft ilnittmain several days. ,'w,,,.i,m.-- nw..ii. nrtn. '''V'J" '."' " (, tmijimr, Miss r1 T.,"l !." Hcrta Jean Penny came .' r,MTmlin, home to nttend the luir. Mr. II. A. Plennnts, of Groom, a: Te.xns, Mr. Harry Stagg, of Knox-vUland Mr. and Mm. William Mr. and Jim. Jntres A. Henzlcy, with their of Lancn'-ter- , childien, Itiffe, and little son, Daniel, of IIus. tonvil'e nie visitors nt .Mrs. Jessie were over for the fair Thursday. Frankip Doty nnd Willie Stagg's. Mists George Hright is at home Mr. Gordon Trnxlor, of llichmond, nie tlia guests of Misj Kate Amlersiiii. from Crab Orcliutd for the fnir. Mm. II. D. Campbell nnd children, Mm. Muttic Hihh and Nellie. Dock- of Crnh Orchard, are the guests of er, of Nashville, nre hiie with rela- Mm. J. F. Cummins this week. tives und friends. Minnie Miss Mnv Robinson, of Mr. and Mrs. Jones Hnughmnn, Lanaster, is the attractive gupt of Moreland, were hue to the fa r Mi"s Hettie MeCnmi Perry. Thursday. Mis Penrl Collier .of Crab Orch-- n id will visit Missf? Mry .tnd Mr. J. K. Haughtmin, und Mr. Jiui Hurdettc during the fair. Yowell I'liinu down irom Hustonville Mr. Jamie Thompson of Mt. Ver for the fair. Misses Charlotte Cooke nnd Mag- non, is hare this week the guct of gie Allen, of Hustonville, uttended Mr. L. II. Huchcs. Little Mis Sadie Honzley has the fair Thursday. Meim. M. J. Fnrri- - Sr. and 31. h'n i'k f".r several days. Miss Malinihi Nave, of Hustonville J. Fnrris, Jr, of Danville, were here WVdne-dnis the guest of Miweti Mury and Mm. II. S. Lytic nnd the pretty Sallio Hurdctu. daughters of Dr. W. II. Penny were Mr. Clink Dunn, of Hustonville, nl-- o heie from Danville Thumilay. is ln're attending the fair. Misses Ada Wesley and Artie Mrs. .Sue Mcighnn, of Louisville, is the guest of her brother, II. G. Smith, of Lihei ty are the guests of Hrnttoii in the Hubble neighborhood. ilr. Russell Hrown for the fnir. Mi-- s Air. Wilbur Goode und family of Jennie Rankin, of Garrard, Winchester, were here to the fnir came over to the fair Thursday. .Mr. nnd .Mm. T. C. Willis, nnd Thumday. Mr. and Mm. Chas. of Lebanon, are the guests of attractive daughter, Nnnev nnd Mm Crutcher, Miss Mnrtliu Miller nnd Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Foster. Mr John Dccring, Mrs. J. S. McKinncy, of Corhin, of Nicholasville were the guests of Mm. J. F. Cum has returned lume. She came down to attend the burial of her mother, min. for the fair. Mr. N. Price and Miss Tommio .Mrs. Alary C. Ilocker. Francis, of Lnnenster, attended the Messrs. W. H. and Carl BuJIock. of Lebanon wcie here to the fair fair Thursday. .Mr. and Mm. John Gray nnd Thumday. daughter, of Versailles, were guests Mr. James Williams, of Somerof Mr. and Mm. E. T. Henzley for set, is here with friends and relatives. the lair, Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Smith, of Mr. and Mm. II. F. Ncwlnnd, of Movie, were nt the fair Thursday. Lebanon Junction nru the guests of Mr. and Mm. D. W. Mohan, nnd Mm. Bowen Goode. Misses Elizabeth nnd Dorthy Muhnn Mm. J. F. Larue, of Louisville, is of Danville, attended the fair on the guest of her parents, Mr. and Thursday. Mrs. Huff Dudderar. Mm. J. W. Davis and children, of Mr. A. B. C. Dinwiddie, of Shelby Somemet, nre the guests of Mr. Win. City wns here tto the fair Thursday'' Heck and family nt McKinncy. Mr. und Mrs. J. L. Penny nnd Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Romans were Mis Hnllie Hob-oof PerryviHe. here fr.un Lnnenster Thursday nnd are the guests of Mm. H. D. ("alter. tool: in the fair. Mm. Maggie Parks and Misses Another Gnrrnrd couple here on Elizabeth Pruitt and Mary Green, of ThiiT-dn- y were Mr. and Mrs. Will Pcrryville, nre with Mrs. Richard Rich-.mond. Vk 1 fr-'- U' StT (.lI Fox-RidgeCo- al i.tt (, T e, 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. Fox-Ridge. V . 'V f- -i J. H. Baughman & Co. Phone 11 Stanford. Kentucky. lie y. u Bo-lio- n, 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- .11 n, Cook. Furniture will sell Bargains in For 30 days we alHlir-- - ailH ' Bed Room Suites at FactoryPrices Plus the Freight from Louisville. Odd Dressers, Odd Beds and Chiffoniers Come to see us. WATribble Stanford, Kentucky. Mr and Mm Carlton Elkin, of Lancaster were here to the fair Thursday Mm. Prewitt, of Cincinnati, is the guest of Mrs. X. W. Fowle. Mr. I. 11. Grimes, of Lancaster, is the guest of Mm. Will Porter W. D. Nave and Mr. and Mm. childien, of Hustonville, were the uueMs of Mr. and Mm. S. L. Hur-dctThursday, aud uttended the fair. Mr. J. H. Rout and Miss Elira Ilout, Mr. J. W. Powell nnd wife, W G. Cowan, Dodd Skinner, John Keeton, Clarence Dunn, Dunn San- didge. of Hustonville, attended the fair Thursday Mr. Fleece Ilobinson, of Lancas-te- r, was hero to the fair the second day. Miss Hessie Turlcy, of Richmond, is the gncst of Miss Minnie Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Hnughmnn nnd son, of Danville, wcio here at the fair . ...... ....... ..... Thnrsilnv. Mies Mnrv Lynn Fov. Margaret Morrow .niid Addie Hell Huriiside. of Lancaster were here to the fair Thursday. Mr. and Mm. II. S. Scuddcr, of McKituicv, were hero to the fair Tlmmday. Dr. Pontius and Mr. linker, of Lnwrcneehurg, were here Thursday. Miss Hettie Walker Hurntide, of Lancaster attended the Fair Thursday. Mr II. C. Hright. of Danville, was lute Thursday. Miss Mr. Harry Anderson and Hallio Hrown, of Lnnenster, took in the fair Thursday. Miss Margnret Stark, of Lexington, is the guest of Miss Mattlo Hishop at Morennd. Thev attended the fair hero Thursday. Mm. J. C. Hailey and children, of Crab Orchnrd, cumo down Thursday t.i ioin Mr. Hailev nt the fair. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jamie Carpenter, .of Crab Orehurd, enmo down to the fair Thursday nnd remained over tor the play lust night. te at Hubble. Misses Mary nnd Johnnie Coots, of Louisville, nre the guests of Mr. Paint Lick nnd Mm. P. W. Whipp. N. W. Rogers has about finished Misses Mary Givcns and his addition to his cottage, adding Elizabeth Givens, of Hubble, are very much to the appearance of the attractive guests of Miss Jennie sume. Pepples. Rev. Kelley, of the M. E. Church John W. Whipp, of Liberty, was resigued the pastorate at the guct of his brother, P. W. has church and preached his fareWhipp for the fair Thursday. well termon Sunday night. .Mr. II. II. Price, of Danville, is Rev. Faulkner, of Pennsylvania, is the guest of Mr. John W. Rout and prenching a few days at Old Paint family. Lick Presbyterian church. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Elkin nnd Misses Lear and Grace Kline Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Elkin, of have gone to Middlesboro to visit Lnnenster. were at the fair on the Mr. Ileid Lear, who will entertain second day. Mm. R. 11. Metcnlf, Mm. J. W. them with a house party. Pi of. Lewis Clifton will probobly Davis, nnd Misses Ruth nnd Margaret, of McKinncy were here on he chosen Principal of our consolidated graded school and Miss Gracie Thursday. Misses Let tie Mny McRoherts Cochran, of Madison county, one of und Elsie Morrow, were heTe from the assistants. E. L. Woods and Brandenburg Lancaster Thursday nnd nt tlm fair. Miss Hessie Ynntis, of Indiana- Bros., nre shipping live stock from polis, who is visiting relativeB in this plnce and paying the highest Lancaster is the guest of Mrs. Al- market prices. W. T. King has bought of We. fred Eads for the fair. Mr. F. L. Thompson, of Mt. Ver- Flannery his fann of 177 acres at non is the guest of Mr. L. R. IIuhes fSO per acre, possession given Dec. 1st. during the fair. T. S. Ii u run in has sold a lot of Mr. V. H. McRoherls, cume up, from DaniJJe, Thursday to attend barley to Hcdsun and Hughes, of Lancaster, at io cents per bushel. the fair. Lightning destroyed a tobacco Messrs Will Lawson and Will M- -eon, of Lannster, were bare to the barn for Mr. Gastineau near Point Leavell. It is said to hnvo a lot of tair Thursday. Miss Hessie Riffe and Master hay and farming tools in it. Will nnd Charlie Kinnaird have Horaco Rrffe, of Ilustonvttle are with Misw Magt-i- e and Eliizascth begun cutting tobacco, which grew on new ground and will doubtless Stacg for the fair, Mr. N. Griffin, of Maretshurg h'ms n fancy price. Wul-inetta Powell. Sam Robinson Stanford, Kentucky Oxfords, Straw Hats and Summer Weight Clothing r . Automobiles Wo have the following bargains to offer, if sold within tho next 30 days: Overland, Model CO, fully equipped, used a short while as a demonstrator. Cannot bo told from a new car, $1,100. Overlnnd, Model 01, fully equipped, samo as new $1,400. Ovorland, Ms cylinder, 4Chorso power fully equipped $050. Steams, 7 passenger, new body, new top and windshield, extra casing $700. Mitchell, Model K 30 homo power, 5 pnssenger, fullv equipped nnd new tires in rear $500. Overlnnd, Model 41, 40 horse power, newly painted, new top, with full equipment $G00 Hupmobilc, delivery truck, 800 lb capacity, just the thing for grocoryuicn, $500. Wo nre constantly taking second hand cars in trade for new care. Let us have your wants. Our 1013 line of new cars will bo ready to demonstrate, by August 20th. at Cost (UMMINS jf WfEAREN ',.,, Stanford, Kentucky Home of H. S. JNO. 0. REID, Sales Agent, CO.. FOR THE J UNGCLAS AUTOMOBILE CINCINNATI, 0. t M. All Wool Clod t,. -- A- - - trf iiUi -- it ,1 . jS., L. liJ fl H-- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORB, KENTUCKY, FBI DAY. AU8UIT 23, HI2 VfhT I C1. II aVBaavaaP Bf tho Board of Prison Cipimissioncrs for n parole from the Frankfort penitentiary. .Tcsc Stewnrt. 07-3t To Whom It Mny Concern. Notice is hereby given flint I will npply to .MF!!rSSvAlVU A f mfer T"ak J. cmtiit ntkMJ. oath ttiftt Ahr 1oln chixit ttnart ot the Arm ofotr.Tolrdn. County and Piatt buninna la tlM Cltf atoiraakt. and thai aakl arm will par In mm ot DOLLARS ft wh and vfrr ONK llUNtiRKU rata ot Oatamk tkal einaot b cuird kr In ua ot liu.'i CATiaaH Ccat. FRANK J. CHENEY. ' Sworn to btoni Bi and mbarribnt hi mr prraraww thM ith day ot IMnmlKr, A. l.. !?. arm of Omo Citt or lioirno. LfCM COCMTT. , tt, Strtfg Emmbhn Ms ""it Ttfkttf, leriiktj.at tMitto wsieriai Scott WifJtfc. latere ia IJ-- "I" f Notair Italic Itall'l raurrh Cur U lakrn tntrrnallT and art upon the blond and muroua aurtacra ot tba dlrrfilr mum. SMid tor twrtlmontaia. firn r. 1. CHENEY CO.. Toledo, O Pold br all nnmtnta. tie. Jala liaira ramllr ItUa Mr eoojtlpatkn. - J I A. W. ULKAROX. MfAvfffe.. J lotnn , MeowilWM N J life together Header, Oiiett n hank account here today A dollar will be sufficient. we sianegipr Sl V J ..All BBBBBBBmz Z".- For Sale Privately. Farm of 105 acres, in high state ot cultivation, nnd well located. Address Lock Box J 10, Stanford, Ky. nt the Presbjtcrinn Sunday August -- .". Bible school nt 9:30. Morning service nt Subject: "Thou Shalt 11 o'clock. Xt I'ovet." Obedience from The Ileart."' Young peoples' meeting nt 7 o'clock. I'nion service nt 7:30. Service church With the Same Hope of Success. That motorist nnd I but UK saved his money I did not. HE lives hi old ago in luxury, with automobiles nnd servnnts I nm nearly starving on tho world's wrap heap. We had the same rlinnce." PUBLIC SALE! Of Real Estate and Personal Property Saturday. Aua. 31, 1912 sae while there is yet time. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. w. 6. M. Surplus $500 J. D. EADS, J. 8. RICE, Stanford, Ky. V. L. PENNY, V. l. Mccarty, Pre. 8. SALIN, Cashier. Pre. Pres. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, swaaMBBBWSBBsaasBBBBBBBasassBBBaaBBBBBi Short Local News. Farm and Steele Notes Yearling- - Shropshire bucks for Sunday servicer t t'he Baptist p sale. W. C. White, I'arksviUe. church. The pastor J. B. Jones will For Sale One half interest in 17 preach nt the morning hour 10:45 acres of corn, near McKinney, Ky. Sunday school nt 0:45, B. Y. P. U. C4-4- If interested, call or address Miracle. McKinney, Ky. Tor Sale. 15,000 tobacco J. A. Ghcin, McKinnov. Ky. For Sale 150 extra nice just in from the mountains. Nunnellcy. Por Sale. Elihu at 6:45. Union service at 7:45 nt the C7-l- p Presbyterian church. sticks 04-t- f. Pressing, cleaning and repairing ewes, of mens' and ladies' biiito, promptly A. T. done nt II. J. McKoberts' store. 67-tf Aberdeen Angus Why nre Sue Bennett Memorial tle both sexes; mules from colts to school mduntes always successful? four ynr olds; thoroughbred boars Because they acquired character n8 It. II. Crow, well as ability. ready for service. Shelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two cat(ili-1- 0. K f. rings, Junction Ex. Stray sow came to my place, Owner can set same b paying for keep and this ad. Jas. Messer Go-Now is the time to give your order for fertilizer. I have Swift, Armour and Globe. Get prices. E. T. t. Pence, Fnrm for Bent. l.'io acies, a beautiful homo 3 uiilc-- t from the Boyle county court house on the roiul. Apply immediately to J. It. Yetiger, Danville, Ky. Fin- - Sale. Loose hay $13 per ton A. V. Carpenter. Morclaud, Ky. Cli-t3. Go-3- Bcv. John Cliristopherson and G. O. Mills will conduct ai Bio. reries of meeting at Tnmersville, which began Monday, 19th. Mf farm of 75 acres, his' outside the city limits of Crab Orchard, Ky. house This farm has a good nnd good out buildings. Has ns fine white sulphur water as there is in the stnte. Also good limestone water Also at the nt rear of house. same time nnd place, will sell another farm, containing lGti acre, located about 5 miles south of Crab Orchard, Ky., nnd known ns the Atchison farm. This fnrm has a house, n good npplc orchard and n good many fine peach trees, also a good deal of fine wb'' oak and some poplar timber. The personal property consists of two good milk cows, one of them with calf. 13 yearling calves, seventy-fchickens; 1 new riding nlow, ive some old style furniture, 1 cooking stove, 2 henting stoves: chairs, extension tnblc, dishes, 2 feather beds, and pillows, and many other things too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE. On the real one-ha- lf cash and balance in n one, two three eqtinl payments nnd three years time, secured by lien notes.' On personal property snles, cash in band. Sale to com- nce nt 10 o'clock A. M. Saturday August 31. 1012. J. P. Chandler. C. II. ADAMS. Auctioneer Owner. , Hustonviiie. crop in this part of the county is So very abundant that we don't know whnt to do with it. Mr. f j. ti'. tr.ans cm ninety live ucrcs, nnd nfter filling nil hi barns nnd stuckiug three or four hundred stacks, nnd still so much that is almost giving the hay away. Mrs. Allen Bui lis and son lire spending u few weeks nt Atlantic City. Mr. Bona McKcelniie, of Stanford camp up Friday evening nnd remained over until Saturday to attend to sonic shopping. Mrs. Charlie Pile, of near McKinney. was hcie shopping Saturday. Miss Angie Carpenter is visiting friends nt Emiiinnce, Ky. Miss Marguerite McCorinnck is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. . Woods of Stanford, for the K. of P. fair. Clinton Bnstiu nnd Dr. O. S. Wil liams motored, In Lexington Wejl- Tin- - liny 1 freshmcnU were served to the following: Mises Gertrude nnd Snrn Hichnrdson nnd Messrs,1 Louis pnd Frank Powell, of Junction City, Mioses Blnnche Bnrnett, Zuln and Sadie Ends, Messrs. George nnd Snndidgc, vt Orn Burnett. Dunn Hustonville, Mr. Walter Murphy, "I McKinney, Messrs. Julian Tnrking-toWilbur nhd Clarence Tucker, of Pnrksville. Mr. Brock, of Cincinnati Mr. t'recpbriiin. of New lurk City, Miss Adclin Stivers, of Louisville, Mises Murphy, of Liberty, Misses Eva Moscr, .Mabel JlcClurc. Kell Ellis, Ethel l'.His, Annie Reynolds, B. Rout, Lelia Belle Jone, Luln Etta Mjers, Mnry Hnn.nn. Minnie i. Mnreuin. Kate Hnnson, Bess Corn Reynolds Lorn Reynolds Mvrtlc Beiulcy, Alice While, Min- rile Pniitt nnd Messrs. Wnter Moser Geo. Hubbard, Olt Myers, Millnrd Hubbard. Jess Rout. Mr. Ernest Ford. Ben Pruitt. John Burkett, Alcnr Wcddlc. Will Bmketl, Emmis Edwin MeClure. Ashley Burkett Whitcneck, Dean Timbcilake of this place. Al-stn, Pur-d.rn- anuree el sffmcMt In (tiifal. A recent medics! writer taytt "erary (edi!, .motion smI slsttlati repeits M Mm rtnmaeh (Mirmtih Mm system cf ntrrra) ond Mm MemMti m sfMf4 MtortHnilr, Mm " so we ." It. aald to live (Mrtu.cA) the stomach," He roes on to show that the atomaeh M the vital center ol the bodr. For weak atontaoha ami the consequent iintiettiea or drtpepila, and Mm mullituda ot varioua diataaea thleh MMratroa, sm medicine can be better suited at curative aiat than NO ONE STItONQCR THAN HIS STOMACH, The celebrated Dr. ASernetlir ot tendon ii Crml nf Ik. nalaSmi aka hutiHMi deri ot the itoin.cli were the moat prolific libtMcMtir'of Mr eetMi, rrH Dr. PIcrci'B Golden M4teml Dlaterery. l 'saBBrJrBsail mmf MmUuimi. "Vrp-rnmonths iwo I anfferod from aanvern psln rlithi tinder tho .roat-ii)iiiriles Miw. II. M. M unmet, or Coroni, tallf. "Had ii(TitisI from It, off and on, for yonr. I nloiiirrrl fmrn henrt-burdid not know what was tho matter with me. I tried several medicine lint tlu'rdld me no nul. l'lnalljr. I waa told ll wa m liver. I did tint dnti) to eat a It timdn nm wurc. Whenever I swallow nl anything It womnl that I wonld faint It hurt fo. I rn-- vry lliln nnd weak from not cntlna. Was fiiM to tnlo, Mr. I'inrr.'a llnldmi Medical IMVcnvrry. t baik iuie 01 ii, ami coiiiu i mym-i- t Betting ln'tter rrom tho tint tlow.i IroiiMeatallltln without pain and gntw 1 am utrong and Mnitit fan well aisl can do a big ilijr work with can. Cnn eitiverythliiK nnd have put nt l'lorco. IIolioi my iJylnit pr'ltiulo." ral "" To-t!n- y l The Name FISH D. BROMLEY in Insurance, means Hie I. J. rend it than nny other country pifper in the stnte. Adveitie your sale in More farmers lll".IUIV. Miss Florence Epperson, of Me. was here shopping Thursday. Rev. Iluey, of Somerset, was lute Wcdiiesdny. Mr. nnil Mrs. Horace Itolioti, of Lawrenceburg, are guest- - .if Dr. and Mrs. Tom Bohou. Mis.-e-s Bessie and Allie Yantis, of Lancaster, weie gnesls of Miss Bessie Riffe iast ttcck. Mr. Jones Buughiuan and son, of Moicland, were beie for n few hours Wednesday afternoon. .Mr. mid Mrs. H. M. Tate and MNs Margaret McCorinnck and Clinton Bnstiu attended hc Biodhead fair Kinney, Thui-sdnv. Miss Roberta Onnstead has returned to her home at Louisville, after u short stay with Rev. and Mrs. Surlcs. .Mr. and Mrs. Ilarrv I). flihhs nn,l little daughter arrived Tinirs.l.iv from Manila, P. I. to visit her aunt Mrs. Huffman. Mrs. Frank Mansfield, of Lexington, is the guest of t'ol. ami Mrs. Hi-Io-- COMMISSIONER'S SALE Nichols and Shepiird (.0., pltff v B. O. Russell, deft. Pursuant to 11 judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered nt its May, 1912 term, in nbove styled the iindersiuneiT Commission er will on MONDAY, SEPT. 9. 1912 (Cmntv Court Dny) nt nboiit 1:30 P. M., nt the Court House door in Stnniord. Ky., offer for Mile to the highest nnd 'best bidder the following described property: one Nichols Company llUiorse and ShcKiid cmime power compound traction complete, shop number 0 1187; ne Nichols Sc Shepnnl Company grain separator with 28 inch cylinder. ;U inch icar coinpieie. sno .m. belonging, with nil lippuiteliances nl-- o one cmivas driving belt, 110 feci long and 0 inches wide, one set bund feed parts, one Kussell saw mill with snw and nil belts, tools mid fixture, belonging to same. rnui ii).. Mill lie niiidf on creilit ot " days and purrhuser to execute bond with approved personal siircij ior purchase price, payable to Commis ; sioner, nnil iiennng inint-s- i m cent ter nnnum from date of 0 f -- ale until piud. and same 10 uac force nnd effect ot judgment. Aug. E. D. PENMMnw.N. 1912. ' ' l- - M- IS-3nc-liii- n. Absolute Security Prompt and Square Dealing With All The most form of policy No troublesome conditions The best equipment for serving policy-holdeup-to-da- te rs FIRE, LIFE, SICK and ACCIDENT, LIVE STOCK, BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS, FIDELITY, AUTOMOBILE. When you want insurance of any kind, See I'isli & Bromley, -,., .- Stanford, Ky. The Man Behind the Gun at Brodhead jwi. bHW-B-BbH" ir vawHBasBB&MB flsiamsaR 1VssSmBia bCBJBJBBjS'W CTSBPT Bv9-m alHRm24U;r isaHV'W' e. fjfflW '"''rKl V aZaPa " Mj yr r aarasBr.jsBs lBPk y X I I WR isi j j m iTaSjFJJQaSiNSLTVis aBBSB F W. R. Williams. PRIVATE SALE OF BLUE GRASS FARM For Sale! 2 icgistered TmuiwoiUi Hoars, 1 Kentucky wheat thill, real cheap, 30 900 to 1000 pound cattle, rood grade 40 yearlings and calves. I also have 4 sows and pig nnd a lot of stock hogs that will be sold to the bigb-o- st bidder at W. II. Munmv's hide Aug. 2Sth 1912. W. A. Coffey, McKinney. 2-- p. I r k r C'urpenter. For Sale.-go- d An Ellington as new; Apply to Mrs . piano, T. L. 04-3. FINE For Sule. A second linml organ in srood condition. Apiih to Dr. J. ' As 1 wish to quit farming. I will 07-F. Pcvton. offer for sale privately my highly improved farm of 200 acres, lying Insure with the leadliw on thte Liberty turnpike one mile panics. Fish & Bremlev represent south of Hustonville, Lincoln coun-t- v them. All lines. Ky. The land is ery fertile, to perfection, will grow anything All members of the Baptist church that is cultivated in Central Kenare requested and urged to be pres- tucky. In the best neighboihood in ent at next Shnduy morning's 10:45 the state. matters to be service; important The place has on it a mansion discussed. Deacons. house of ten rooms, with nil necessary outbuildings, conveniently lopiss. cated. There are two comfortable For Sale. Two sows and tenant houses. There are 3 large Mis. Annie Hackley. Hlnnford, R-cisteins, 3 wells mid numerous nevThere are 3 mnings. The Demorest Comedy Co., are er failing playing a weeks' engngement mi stock bams, and two tobacco barns. and much Xunnelley's lot near the depot. High The fencing is first-clas- s class comedies and dramas nre pre- of it new. AUo a silo of 180 tons sented each night with n feature japacity, a first class scales. Two acres nre now in grass. vaudeville between acts. Tho com- hundred pany is nn excellent one nnd de- Good orchard. Terms easy. serving of n full tent each night. T. L. CARPENTER. Hustonville. Ky 3. 2. Mr. mid Mr. Orie Wme and children, of Covington, visited Mr. H. R. Camnitz last week. Mr. mid Mrs. Nathan Pipe's nnd son are moving to town and will occupy the house vwned bv Dr. J. C. Barker, of East Main. Mr. Doc Dr.e left Sundav for Columbia to be tlier,- - nn.l ,.'..( .... judge dining tho fair. Mis Allie Slng is the guest of friends in tunii this week. Msse.s Siisn ami .Mary North, spent last week in Lexington, g tile fair. lr. Edward Alcorn bus returned from a biisiiu-.trip to Harriiiinn, leun. Misses Margaret and Sara .Matthews, of Lexington, have arrived to visit Mi-- s Lois Willi- -. -s PUBLIC SALE will, on THURSDAY. AUG. 29, 1912, commencing lit 10 oclock A. M., ut my lnrm, one mile cast 01 I VsiSf A t Ut tejlaw U HMtaJ Y' ff llil i r BBBBBBBtV 1 GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS JCTBBBtf?;;' BBBHPBA BtVv Cure Diseases, The Bible says so, & it is being proven every day by the Cow Boy Herbalist y Crab Orchard, sell the following described proH!rty, towit: One good biood mare anil con, that is perfectly sate for ladies to horse, 4 drie: one good work combined jears har-i.i.old; one 1.11.I saddle hor.se. nlo a lot of other vouiig horses and mules. Two extra fine Jersey milk cows, one will be fiesh the 15th of September, the other the 9lb of November; 15 head of young cattle, al.--o some Jersey heifer. A bunch of old. ewes, ftoni 1 to 4 -. 1.lien.- - of good corn. 1 mowing machine, buy rake, 1 turning plow. plow. 1 .double-shovMi's. Wilhllll Diiiim unit .l..i...lilu.. 1 cultivator, allien plow. '1 section Iianow, 1 arc .'iiests of Jn, iv, Truvlur in' ' " !,'"m heller, 1 parr scales, 1 com St mi ford. 1 wagon and harness, 1 ,Mr. John A. Soutlierlnnd, of Lex- grinder, ington, was the gue- -t of Mis, Alice buggy and harness, 1 suriey nnd ide saddle, 1 Ibrcc-lior- n harnc-- s, Lynr, last week. good as new, I man's saddle. 1 fine Ir. and Mr.s. Call Wheeler. good as new; 1 new Princess of Lexington, nic the guests tirgnn, 1 bed loom suit, 1 chiffoii-ii- r. diessiT of Mr. nnd Mrs. Thus. Wheeler. 2 (i rockers, 14 dining chairs, dining tuble, 2 kitchen tables, 1 Moreland ook stove with all utensils, 1 good Messra. Loui.s Kinnuird, of Paint kitchen safe, 3 extra bed steads, 1 Lick and Mr. Albert Moscr, of new .uiitary couch, 1 good clock, t. Tcnii., who nro boarding at stand tables, 1 good washing inn. the White Hotel gave 11 lawn fete chine and wringer, 100 fruit jars. in honor of a number, of their 'KM) chickens nnd ninny other things friends at that place. The lawn too numerous to mention. Ladies especially invitde. Terms was Iienutllll IV deenratpd with Inn. torus and with the tiliMimmt unmmnr uuiile known on dav of sale R. L. LUCAS, Crab Orchard. breeze made the evening nn enjoy-- 1 nble one. At the proper time re- - Col. J. P. Chandler, Anct. ss rs, Lex-baby, Sun-bligh"1 jBBJgBJPBBpllCiTE. SSbbRIBKSBS SECRETARY A. M. HIATT talking nbout the i Uurdwarn Co. He returned to Bock-cust- lt great success of the Biodhead fair f in 1907 to nccept the place tit this .ear. The above is u fair like- Assistant Ciishier of the Citizens ness of Secretary A. M. Iliiilt. who Hunk of Broilhcail, mid in 1910 was 'iibier to succeed J. W. piolmbly hud imrre to do with mnk-- j elected Ho is proving one of llutchcsou. ing it a big winner thuii nuv other the best bank men ever known in one man. Kockciislle, nnd takes a lending part He is Mr. Iliiilt is one of the young men in every public enterprise. who an- - doing things in Kentucky married, having wedded Miss Lillie daughter of It. L. Smith, n n the present day. He taught for Smith, two j cars in the common school, of nroinincut farmer of Hinlt. Secretary Hiatt wants thei. J. to Kockcastle, alter completing lus education, then went to Louisville' thank the Lincoln coiujty people for nnd took a business course, and af- the'rr patronage and good will nnd ter graduating was associated three invites them nil buck again next year. year with the Strtttton-TrtiEvcr. body's I K SiV WSaaSSr sSjl I will sell to Public Sale! two-year-old 16-han- f A aataSjC BaBBBBBBBaBBBW the beet and highest bidder, at my farm four miles from Stanford, on the Hustonville pike, on J lBBBBBB&fiSBBB' SLaaaSF TOLOADING Wednesday, Aug. 28, at 10:00 a. m. the following stock, crop and farming implements: 12 Brood Mares, 7 registered in A. S. H. A., including the !Mules noted Lady Dare 2263. 2 1 Stud colt, 3 years old, sub3 Geldings, 4, 5 and 9 ject to registration years old S Mule Colts-- 3 mares, 2 horses 2 fine Jacks, 6 and 9 1 pr d Horse Mules years old 3 Filly Colts 4 and 6 years old 2 Jennets, 2 and 4 years old 40 Ewes and 2 Bucks 14 Short yearling steers 5 Durham Cows-go- od milkers 2 yearling Heifers 5 Calves, 2 of them fine Bulls 1 fine black Bull About 500 bales of hay 1 Binder 3 Cultivators TERMS--A1- I sums of $25 and under, cash in hand; over that amount, nogotiable note, payable) in bank, 4 months from date, with interest CHARLIE WHITEMOON, 3729-3- 1 MMmmBs'nu InUki Crt t.a Imi lattaik la tarnl aaa H, latl II U tltaa. BSS4nBSjaBBSSBriBsCBllBSSSSjBBfaSSSSSM. - W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. the bissame ana with none of its discom forts or annoyance All the advantage of RIFLE , Deep down li ererr human heart Ilea a NATURAL deslro for NATURE'S medicines, Rooti ft Herbs. Too long have the. secrets ot nature been neglected, too lout,' have people disregarded God's promises. Mod-er- a doctors think only of "operations" & strong drugs, v.lillo human Buffering ft deaths from disease Increase rapidly every year. Health Is natural, disease unnatural. My years of experience as a Cow-boft among the Indians give me a peculiar lltuess & knowledge ot the powers of Hoots ft Herbs as medicines, my remedies have cured & are curing Dlood Poison, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female & Skin diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous & Stomach Troubles that were pronounced Incurable by the best doctors. I want to l'KOV'13 this to the world & to any one asking, I will mall the greatest book ot its HEUBAUST," absolutely free. It you are not enjoying ALL kind ever published, entitled 'TUB COW-BOthe blesslnau ot perfect health, your duty demauds that you INVESTIGATE MY CUM II 3. All letters of is the name of tiiy great TO'lC, composed of 16 Roots & Herbs, makes 3 full quarts of medicine, lasts about 3 montht, costs onfo one dollar & is UiGAU.Y GUARANTEED money refunded. is sold BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALto satisfy THE PURCHASER or ERS IN MEDICINE for the nerves, stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, bladder & blood. A household remedv Ask for if your druygist hasn't got it or won't get it, I WILL FILL most excellent. H BODY-BUILDECOM-CEL-SAYOUR-ORDER- The recoil does tho work of reloading and cicctinM instead of pounding your shoulder. Five shots just pull and release the trigger. Your action stays open and warns vou when it's time to shove in a fresh clip, You can never get in a tight place the gun never clogs, bach shot strikes a one ton blow. Staple action simple Scad (or a motion picture booklet explaining the Aamuvton-(MAutoloadiof KiBe't big points. Rtninston-UM- C Metallic Cartridce combine the highest velocity with the greatest sheeting accuracy. Made in al caMbret lor every staadard bream. cartridges ate used, When Rtmingtem-UM- C the ana is guaranteed la the ful extent of the saaaTTrteiil BbbbfJ manufacturer's guarantee. Rtmington-UMC-leerftct stoouaj coasbatiM take-dow- n. C Inquiry promptly answered. S POSTAGE PAID. SCIENCE SOPE is wade of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR HUMAN CHARLIE IVIllTF.-MOON'- S SKIN ONLY, guaranteed to saltsfy of money refunded, toe or 3 bart'i$c at all dealers, Retail, who art supplied thru all wholesale dealers. W. H. MURPHY, T. D. ENGLISH, Auctioneer. BmiiisV crfJoiJfcoWi-.Jl A V .4 " r'1 FiMJ U I '1 Beatlavioa Iru44af Araw-Ualo- a Metallic Cartridge Ca, fUwYtfiUaf i41A.,j, 1mbW;n ,. v. . , V