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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): September 24, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912092401_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): September 24, 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. f ", cmcuLATiffNvcir sjm 1 THE LAMEST IF ANY j CtUNTRY NEWSPAPER IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. FOUNDED 1800. 03d YEAR. J NO. 77 LINCOLN The Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, HUNTERS SLOW IURGLARS AGAIN PAY STANFORD MIDNIGHT I I Watch the fate m ami Renew Promptly. pr wW tm itf wkM your H . lM SEPTEMBER 24, 101'J TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY Lancaster Rev. C. C. Drown begun a series of moctings at Ducna Vista Sunday MRS. JEAN D. WARREN DIES SUDDENLY IN WINCHESTER DINSMORE TO SPEAK IN LINCOLN THIS WEEK Junius Headlonq Inte lull Camp After Havlrw Seen ored by Republicans Mease Hen- - SURPRISE FRIENDS VISIT BOLD About Takliw Out Having deserted tlio Republican imrly by which ho was tiuniiiiutecl Congress in tho primary on August 3nl, I'rof. J. W. Dinsmore, of Uerca, has flopped Htraight into the Progressive or Roosevelt camp, ami will bo put on the ballot as its nominee, by petition. It - understood that the republicans will also petition to Ret a candidate on the ballot, since Dinsmore i"it them, though there is Himl t" be sumo dubt whether or not they can do this un-dthe primary law, since they jnudo their nomination under its lr i- er provision-- I'rof. Dinsmore made bis first rumpulgn speech at Lancaster Mo.i-dn- y aflcrnouii. He was heard by a largo crowd of Moosers, for Hoose-vo- lt A is very strong in Garrard. peculiar feature of the crowd was that probably hnlf of them were big and each one wore n Roosevelt button. Dinsmote made speech from bis standn clean-cu- t point, told several good stories and made a good impression, lie nil of his attention to the republican party, and scored Taft and his henchmen for stealing the nomHe said that ination at Chicago. Roosevelt and Wilson stood for the fame things when it comes to bringing the government into the hands of the people und putting down the bosses. e. is out camI'rof. paigning n if ho really thought he had a chance to win. He will invade Lincoln county, the home of his democratic opponent this week. A large advertisement will bo found on nnohtcr page giving the dates on which he will appear here, as he will tra-iifour tunes in this county. Dinsmoro doesn't spare the republican party in his letter of withdrawal from that ticket. He wrote as follows: 'At the primary election held on August a, 1012, I received the nomination for the office of member of Congress for the Eighth District of Kentucky und thus became the candidate of the republican party for thai office. 1 nuw dcviii it my uuty to resign and do hereby lesign from candidacy lor the following tliin s, de-tot- ed Dm-inor- . "When I begun circulating my petitions as candidate before the 1 considered it morally cer-ini- n tlm KitluT Itooscvclt or homo other Progressive would be tiouuuu- (H nl the. llepttblieau convention til Chieugo 1 utteiuled that contention mid was an v.ve witness Jo the 'steam roller" tactic employed by It was a nlaitl cilso tl.n Tnfi fiin'i-- 4. g the will of if the bosses n largo majority ot the party a exwould pressed in the primaries. not have thought that so llagraut u nso of liulainiess and injustice could have been perpetrated in u great national coucutiou. "1 can not indorse the lutioil of ihe Republican convention, neilhei lo 1 consider that imy Hepubhciiu ir, bound by p.uty 'nvulty to support ji ticket the Humiliation of which was brought about by ceitaiu leaders whose obvious determination was to .defeat the popular candidate at whatever ctit of honesty and It min common talk that these lcudeis wer- - perfectly well .aware ot the unpoiulanty of their 4'iiudidale. and hml no hope of his election, lint were willing to bring defeat to the par'" for the Mike of keeping Col. Roosevelt from being nominated. the republican ticket is defeated in November, us it is certain to be, upon the head- - of these lender hex the blame. It in d time b uc etfioiiterv were i chuked und the righteous' indignation of the voteis will she proper treatment of the pulls. "I am a progressive. I believe in 1 he rule of the people in fact us well I believe that the as in theory. Government can he safely entrusted iialil it'd voters either in to the "State or Notion, und I am heartily in favor of every office holder legislative, whether administrative, or judicial, being utiswcruhlo to the pu-jrnr- y, over-ridin1 y. reasons: 'it high-minde- in-ii- te principles of the Progressive paity us expressed in its platform and 1 therefoui consider it my duty to ally ni.VM.df with that paity, using wbi'l-ovinfluence I may possess its success. (Signed) J. W. DINSMORE.' er people. "1 urn in favor ot u tarilT that shall be an advantage to the whole people instead of to a privileged few, of the regulation of big and of u Mptinc deal to evoiy-bodI believe in tlio In slioit, y. Few, if any, medicines, have met with tlio unifoim success that has attended the use of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera und Diarrhoea Reme-dThe remarkable cures of colio and diarrhoea which it has effected in almost every neighborhood have For 'Riven it a wide reputation. tiale by 0. L. Penny. y. Store of H. J. McRoberts Entered, Quito u surpriio was received Holes Drilled In Safe iHt It county landers Only 52 Lincoln hero Sunday ufteruoon, when it was have as vet taken out license to hunt Was Not llown Open learned that Mr. J. C. Reynolds this fall. The State Fish mid Game and Miss Virginia Smith, of Mays-vill- e Commission, for which tlio last GenAs if in refutation of the L J.'s had married at the Perkins Hoeral Assembly appropriated $5,000 last week that tlio mys- tel at Crab Orchard, He'. J. G. Morto be repaid out, of 1 units collected btutcmeiitthe burglaries tery of in Stanford' gan officiating. Mr. Harry Carter fiom tlio Mile of hunters' licenses, within the past ear seemed to bo has not cost the State a cent thus cleared up by the confession of and her cousin, Miss Margaret Smith of Los Angeles, Oil., stood up with far, and the only advance to the Truvlor, another them. department was $320.71 in July, at joiing Coleman The bride is the popular daughter which time more than enough licen- housebreaking was "nulled off" last Thursday night, which .is just as of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Smith, ses bad been sold to cover the much a mystery as liny of the other ol .viaysvnie, and is very prcuy una amount, but the funds had not been had Sho wore u very handattractive. turned over by the County Court crimes gents' been. tarnishing and clothing some navy blue suit nnd red hat in The Clerks. Knico tba middle of July, whu store of II. J. Mclloherts on one of which she wns very charming. Sho the first licenses were issued, the the most prominent corners of Stan- attended the K. of P. fair hero nnd department has received from that ford wns entered by burglars. Sev- while heTC made the acqunintnneo source .Vi.tiuium utter deducting ern! holes were drilled in the snfc of Mr. Reynolds nnd with her cii-i- u tlio County Clerk's fee of 15 rents by the cracksmen, but a charge was Miss Marguret Smith, of Los Cnl., who had been visiting The department not fired in them, for it seem? Hint on each liccnc. officials are gratified esnecinHy the would be thieves must have been her, came from Mnysville Saturday over this showing, because there arc m tired off. for thev did not ret in night to be the guests of Miss Elizaonly forty gamn wardens in the state I hi' sate. The tools with which the! beth Iltiuii. They left Siinduv nftcr-noo- ii and the licenses have been taken job was done were stolen fiom for a drive, so tlio relatives r.nd (ireer's blacksmith shop, which was' friends thought, out without compulsion. I The only occasions for licenses brokei'i into to obtain them. Mr. Reynolds is the son of Mr. There, is absolutely no clew to F.x Reynolds and holds n responsible r, fur as has been for fishing and iI dove shooting and the Intter is not this crime any more than there wn position with the L. nnd N., Iniss'ible in every section. It is be- to the others, Mr. Mcltoherts has company, as nssistnnt operalieved that in October nnd early missed u pair of shoes and a suit tor here. November, just preceding the quail case and thinks that perhaps the. Immediately after the ceremony reason, whith opens November 15, robbers took them. Hitherto they they left for Jacksonville. Un., to the sale of licenses will more than have confined themselves srrietly to spend sovernl weeks before return equal the amount already received. money und have thus been ennbled ing here, where they will make their Following is a list of the counties to make n clean gctawa" with hut future home. They hnvc the best which has sold the grenter number the slightest chance of discovery. wibes of their many friends hero While, of course, the young men for a long hnppv union. of licenses: Jefferson. 474; Daviess 252; Henderson, 'JIB; Hopkins, who confessed to other misdeeds J 1; Christian, 2(10; McCracken, could have bad nothing to do with IN MAMMOTH CAVE UMI; Fayette. 152; Fnioii, 155; this crime, there are a number of Webster, l.'lO; Ilotirbon, 111!), and others still at large in this .section, The Dry Fall Outina to Kentucky's whom the police aro watching mighty Harrison, 114. Great Subteranean Wonder, or close, and who nre suspected of her 200 Miles Under Ground ing members of the gang which has Short Local News. Tuesday, Oct. 15 been responsible for these midnight Oct the best life insurance policy efforts to obtain the money of other people. 7C-'from Fish & Uromley. Arranged for private and select .r parties, home people and their A Good Woman Gone For Sr.lo. House nnd lot in Itimr low. echo grand, and Mammoth Morolaml; nil neeessnry outbuildings Mis. Jennie Wurthum died last cave ,'ry. The time to see place well watered, cistern at door. Wednesday night,' Sept. 18th after Cave when nt its best. Itoumi-iri- p p from Stanford Airs. Addio Jennings.Morelnnd. an illness of over u jear. She was railroad fare $4.35 way stations on regular u devout nnd life long member of and all If j mi know of tlio real value of the Baptist church nnd an excellent train 4:10 a. m. Hoard and Cave for dinner until Clinmberla in's Liniment for Inmc bnck woman. Sho leaves one sister, Mrs. Hotel lrom arrival soreness of the imUkpIps. stirninR ntwl Dottic Caldwell, of this city. The after dinner following day, also inrheumatic pains, you should never deceased was buried at Lancaster cluding the two trips through the tickets 10 wish to bo wituout it. For 6ale by Thursday after a short service at cave for $5.50. Limit on G. I 1'rnny. her Into residence on Whitley avenue d.iVs. Write or phone L. & N. Agent. by Mr. J. C. McClurv. Soon be time to start your fire. Aro you fully insured? Moreland Hotter see HlQh School News 7C-Fish & ISromley and be safe. Mrs. L. R. Jones continues to bo (1$V James Cooivr) very ill. Mr. Itockcnberry, our new vocal For land surveving call un M. C. Mrs. Susie Singleton, of OklaI.eJ rd lis first lesson in Newlnnd, Koute 1, Sennford, or instructor, mothund homa. W at the bedside ot her phono him nt JO . Ciab Orchard the high scbvol u.om Monday at GilbeitV er, Mrs. Fred Mo-e- r. complimented our school for the sick. good Miigirs wc have. On e.uh Creek, who continues vciy Mr. Geo. Pruitt went to the city L'.'ith of September is the last Monday .. this mm we tire to have The day tor filing all claims against the Mr. Hockciibciry vith lis. He comes last week to buy goods and while county exiept turnpike claims. O, highly iccinuuniVd. und wt are theie decided to purchase tin autoThis makes two nutoa for mobile. H. Coer, Clerk Lincoln County me to be luiKUttcd by him. Court. a new Mot eland. Mis, Elizabeth Ilium is Dr. Lee Pipes' horse which wasy member of the Fiesbninn class. last Thurs-uuGood White Gill Wanted. PerK. Dndderar, '14. is hitched nt Mrs. Jones' Mi,s Mai.v 'e morning, got scaled nt uu manent home nnd good wage- -. quite ill ut her country homo with 7o-llox 1272. and run something like tour Mi.ilct fever, und her muiiy fri.'iids and finally miles with the buggy, speedy lecoveiy. leaving the buggy Whv nre Sue Dennett Memorial wish her a meeting jumped the fence Neither hoise nor On !nt Fiiduy morning a school graduates always successful? bunging on it. Decnuse they ncquired character as wits called in the oflice to choose buggy was hurt. the officer., of the, football team. Mr well ns nbility. The young people, of Milledgeville. J. W. Ireland was elected manager, ure participating in building a captain. Doth The .lames Messer sale of farm with Joe Hill as between this and that place. tools, mules hoie, cows, eic, will were elected by it unanimous vote, Wo "hope they will, tor it will bc a take pluco at the Pink Cottage, one The practice oL football i going on great help to the community. Some of the prospective mile, ti om Stanford on Hustonville each day. Rev. F. D. Palmeter and laniily, candidates are: Jessn llocker. Hart- 75-- lt pike, Friday, Sept. 27. left last week lor Mackville, wheie well Shanks, Henry Davis. Harvey preach this coming jear. Piescott Drown, Scott he will Let Fish & Diomley niga voiir Wilkinson, Wliggoner will be the Hamilton, Ilany Farmer. Sam Em-bi- Rev. Enoshere this .veur. 70-- 2 bond. prencher Hill. Spalding Hill, William Joe The protraeted meeting will begin For Sale Rhode Islunl lied hens Orimes. Moms Tucker, Will Wood, at the Cluistian church the fifth at 7.rc nnd 50c; also White Guineus Will Mobley, lto.vcu Ilunn, Lewis Sunday. It will bc conducted by at H apiece. One good bone cutter Proctor, Silas Anderson, Elmer An- Revs. Wyutt and Joe Montgomery. and one vegetable cutter nt $3. Mrs. derson and Robert Carter. is here, Mr. Ilany Rackstraw W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard. 748 Miss Mary Cindy, of Texas, was prospecting about lumber. i an attractive visitor in the high Mr. Cluis. Evens, the Christian For Sale. Near Stuufoul, well school hist week. Endeavor evangelist, of Leiugtou, iliiliinvei! 10.0 nein lit no irriiss fnrni. abMiss Veinu Rout, 'lo, was was here last week. good two story house big btock sent from school a day ov so last Dr. and Mrs. Pipes attended the barn with silo, plenty of everlasting week with a bad solo throat. State Fair hist week. hpiing water. For further informaMu.nu ll.irttm UVl mill f.uttrinle Miss Lucy Smith, '14, uud Miss tion see and write Adolph VonGrue-nign- Etlie Ware, 10, were both nbseut Richardson, of Junction City, weiu Stajiford or Fred VonAllman, some last week on account of bick-nes- s. the tit t active guests of Mrs. Ernest 31 and Hank street, Louisville, Ky. Richardson last week. Mr. nnd Mis. Washington Yauhook A low weeks ago subjects weie Ituiiuing up und down btairs, given to the llacb Club members up- ami son, Willie, of Linden, lml uio sweeping and bending over making visiting ut l.u- beds will not make a woman healthy on which to write papers. They b.mlcs. relatives here and or beautiful. She must got out of were to bo sent to Mr. Ficderick J. Mrs. Sallie Tucker, of Parksville, doors, walk a milo or two every day Hoffman, an instructor in the Cin- was here for a slant while last week. cinnati Colligo of Music and a conand tuke Chnmbei Iain's Tablets to Mrs. o. W. I.unsfoid. of Row-lanceit pianist, to be passed on. The improve her disRCbtiou and regulate guest of Mr. uud Mrs. her boeU. For Mile by G. L. Pen- (following is an extract from a let John was the Moser hist week. ter leccived bv M iss ltnllou troui ny. Mr. llotfmuii: Dy far the best one, Governor Names since it shows oiigiuulit-y- , uud much Relieves Catarrh in One Hour Governor McCrear" has iucd a is the paper Music in The quickest und eusieM wuv to thought, open mi vour mucus clogged head America, uud I uuhesitiitiugly judge proclamation calling on all citiciis Tlie to sot nsiibk Oetfilu.r Kill i n tlnv to ami tree the throat from Cutanhal it woitliy of first mention. give speciul attention to removal is to hi en t lie ltjotliV next best i Saeicd Music in America. I think .vour woik among these lrom tlieir pi enures ot rubbish wlitclt IIYOMEI. remuikable, and I might cause file, for placing heat-in- " Don t waste vour time with im young people npuliuiices in proper condition, possible methods; IIYOMEI has end wish you uud your club all success possible. Very cotdially. Frederick the examination of chimneys, flues ed the misery of Catarrh for of despaiiing sufferer; it will J. Hoffman. The writer of tlio sub- and other appliances which so are the diteet caiiso of fire do tlio same for you if you will givo ject, "Music in America" was Hairy Reiiihurr. while "Sawed Musie in loss, and to remove all ignituble ma- it u tair trial. l101o it Just breathe it: it kills Catarrh America," wus written by Joseph tnrinl ilptinuiliiil in iilnf,w germs und banishes Catarrh. A 1IY- - Hopper. Hurry Reiiihart has made might endanger property by fire. He O.MKl outfit, which includes inhaler, wonderful progress in his music for also, icconimcnded that on that diiv costs $1. Separate bottles, if after- tlio short timo bo has taken. Joseph-, instructions, be given pupils in nil wards needed. CO rents, at nhnrmn- - Hopper is making a record nt Cen- schools concerning tlio eveicic of cists everywhere. Money bnck from trul University in Danville, of which cure in the use of matches and all materials. his friends are very proud. G. L. Penny is dissatisfied. Au-gel- es rnil-iouJ. vis-;i,75-8- License Other Counties Way Ahead of Us. J. C. Reynolds and Miss Virginia Smith, of Maysvllle, Wed R0BIERY OF SHEL1Y CITY DEPOT AGENT K, 75-ht-- Ad-die- s utito-mobi- 4. C0-1- y, n, d, Masked Negro Shoves Pistol In face ntglit. Mr. Ornn Grow nnd Miss Ivn Leo of Operator Westerfleld and of Ninn, were united in mnrringo the Takes Watch and Money Bnptistt minister, Rev. 0. P. Bush Not satisfied with brcakinfl into officiating. Hudson nnd Hamilton, of Garrard Stanford's business hquscs practically ut will for some change now have sold their farm of 185 acres und then, the Jcasc James gutig through tho hustling Lancaster real which is operating in this section of estate agents Hughes nnd Swinc-broo- d to D. C. Walker for $107 per the state, dropped in on the L. & N., agent ut Shelby City last Saturday acre. This farm is on the Lexingnight, nnd relieved Night Operator ton pike out of Lancaster und is an Roy Westerfield, of his watch, nnd unusually good ono being a portion the money in the till. Tlio "stick-up- " of tho Benzley farm. man is said to have been 11 very Tlio following were elected for the tall black negro, who wote 11 maak entiling year ns officers of the W. nnd whom Mr. Westerfield wns C. T. U: President, Mrs. Win. Burto identify. Tlio negro also nett, Vice President, Mrs. Wm. Lear, took Mr. Westerfield's pistol and Treasurer, Mrs. Ed Price, Record I hen made off in (ho Secretary, Mrs. Dollie Brown, Cor darkness. As the Shelby City depot is just responding Secretary, Miss Amanda across the Do.vlc line, tlio officers Hudson. nt Danville were notified nnd went meeting nt the Tho protracted to woik on the case. Christian church being conducted by Elder J. AL Rudy of Indiana LOCAL REPUBLICANS continues with ttnnbating interest. There have been some 18 or 20 adAttend Campaign Openinq And Hear, ditions. The Rev. Mr. Rudy is a most attractive speaker, an earnest senator Brauiey speak Christina nnd fine student. An in Dr. It. L. Davison, J. W. Acey, tcresting part of the meetings is the John W. Ulain, and Ilerrv Howard, singing, which is under the lender were among the republicans from ship of young Mr. Cox. a Bible stir Lincoln who went to Lexington Sat- dent of Lexington nnd Miss Sadie urday to hear Senator Ilradley open Acres soloist, also of Lexington. the republican campaign. A big A donation party will he given the was said to be present, nnd new Baptist minister. Rev. S. F, cheered Ilradley when he "lit" into Pollett nnd family nt tho Methodist Roosevelt nnd the Progressive. parsonage. The brilliant Senator was very bitThomas Ray, a farmer of this ter nguinst the man who had been a county, met with a painful acci life long republican and then de- dent, when a horse ho was driving serted his party. Jiradley was very came unmnnageuble and in trying vindictive towards all who had gone to control the lructious animal, Mr, with Roosevelt, but towards the Ray suffered a fracture of the right end of his speech invited them back. leg. Senator Bradley's onslaught upon A brilliant social event of the past Col. Roosevelt and the Dull Moos-er- s was feiocious enough to suit the week in Lancaster was tho celebrattaste of the most ardent Tnft man, ion of the 25th marriage anniversary, of Mr. and Mrs. John B. and diese were the Points most tlieir beautiful home on Stonnes cheeied. He leferred Richmond atavenue Saturday evening to Col. Roosevelt as that "arrant from 8 to 11. The hoitso was em demagogue,'" nnd said that Roose-e- !t invented the steam roller, bellished by a collection of choice Tho delicious ices were "why," he said, "the first steam flowers. roller I ever saw-- came from that furnished by a Cincinnati cuteier, man's shop; it was in 1008. and I nnd the music for the evening by a noted harpist from the Queen City. was against it and mashed mo so A number of out of town guests were flat that I had to get n boy with a assembled to do this populur couple bicycle pump to blow tut up." There was genuine hospiHo declared the Harvester TrM honor. tality showered unon all by both the was furnishing the sinews of war host and was with for the Progressives and that there luctance hostess and itdeparted re the guests for were no trusts for Taft. He said he hoped all of the negroes who their homes. Elijah Ford, sou of Judge A. D. voted for Roosevelt would be put Fold, of this city held a desirable back into slavery. position in Louisville nt the State Fair, he being a clerk in the secreThis Means Hlaher Prices For Kentucky Horse Flesh tary's office. Robert Waro Mcltoherts, who has Siilimi. Kas.. Sept. 2;i. Si million dollars will not cover the loss been in the city of Atlanta, taking caused by the hore plague in Ktin-s.t- s a special course in pharmacy is during the last month, accotd-m- g again at homo. Ho has just return to estinmtes made by Dr. W. S. ed trotn the Druggists' Association, Schoeulchcr, head of the veterinary m St. Louis. The remains of Mis., America department, uud Dr. E. H. Webster, ditcctor of the experiment sttttion Adams, a former resilent of this of the Kansas Agricultuial College, county, and u daughter of the late who have been visiting the plague-infeste- d James Adams, who died m the city district. They say that in ot Lexington, weie brought bete the western half ot Kansas alone at Saturday lor interment m the Lau An only sister least 20.000 hoi,e have died of caster cemetery. rerbro-bpinmeningitis. This they living m Uexus survives her. say made ti direct loss of two milMr. and Mrs. Arthur Hubbard, of lion dollars in horses. The indirect CovitiRtou aro guest of Mr. uud loss, particularly in farm woik Mrs. John E. Stonnes. Mrs. It. E. on account of the scat city of Hughes and little daughter Margar hotses, they estimate at twice that et fclkin Hughes have returned to amount. Doctor., Webster and their home in Louisville. Mr. It. S sav the diease now exists Brown is in Sum Augelo, Texas on in bo of tlio 105 counties of the a prospecting trip. Miss Nancy Walker lelt Fnday to spend the state and is as viinlent a, ever. winter in Atlanta, Gu. Mr. Chnrles Another Wife Kills Her Husband. Davis, of Chattanooga, is here visitKy., Danville. Sept. 21. Mrs. ing her mother und biothers. Miss Helen Williams Lane, a bride of Rebecca Williams bus leturned to three months, shot her husband, Knoxville after u pleasant stay in Charles Lane. Inst midnight, killing Garrard. Mrs. R. E. McRoberts is him instantly. Two shots were fired in Hopkinsvillo visiting her mother, one of which broke his neck. Lane Mis. Ware. Miss Kathleen Walter, was night engine inspector of the is the attractive guest of Mis Muy Queen & Crescent route in Danville. Burton, of Louisville. Mrs. J. B. and prior to taking the position wns Paxtoii and son James ,of Stuufoul, an engineer for many yenrs be- have been recent guests of Mrs. A. tween Somerset nnd Cincinnati. He C. Robinson. Mrs. Mnriu Kiiby is was sixty-fiv- e veurs of are. und his at home after a visit of sevctal bride fifty. The tragedy occuried ut weeks to Middleshoro and Baibour-villthe Lane home, 011 Gentry street. Mrs. John Todd und children, Mrs. Lane wns promptly arrested of Afton, 0., nre hero for a visit to and placed in jail and the body of relatives. Miss Margin et Motion, wider-ti'Mu- g ono of this years' sweet gill graduher victim taken to Bright ostublishmcnt. Lnne has ate, hits accepted it iisition in Inbeen living in Danville three months, dianapolis und will leavo October having moved here front Somerset. .'ltd to he'.'iu teaching. Daniel ColThe cans,, of tlio tragedy is not as lier, of Ellison leaves shortly to matriculate at Yale College. .vet known. uu-nb- lo nil-doSeho-cnieber e. Was the Mother af Mrs. James T. Menefee and One ef MMt Prominent Women in South Mrs. Jean Daviess Warren, of Danville, mother of Mrs. James T. .Menefee, and ono of tho most widely known wometi in this part of tba stute. died at the home of her daugh- ter, Mrs. Lucicu Beckncr, in Winchester Saturday. Her death was very sudden, coming after only a day or tw o'd attack of what seemod to bo neuralgia. On Thursday with her daughter, Miss Lotitia Wurren, sho attended tho big democratic at Lexington, and many of her Lincoln 1'neuds who suw her, remarked upon her good health. The Winchester Democrat today has the following story of tho death ot this good woman, which will causa profound regie t among her many friends in this community: The passing away of Mrs. Jean Daviess Warren Suturduy evening at the homo of Mr. Lttcien Beckner hi this city has brought profound grief to friends und admirers of this great woman. Mrs. Warren wn.3 in her usual health, until u day or two preceding her death, when she suffered intensely from neuralgia, which attacked the heart culling her from her loved ones without u moments' warning. Mrs. Wurren before her marriage was Jean Daviess, daughter of Major Daviess and Maria Thompson, of Mercer county. Upon her mar-riuto William Warren, she moved to Bole county, and most of her murried life was spent at their beautiful country estate "Warreu Wood" near Danville, u social center, a hospitable Southern home presided over by this charming woman whose incisive intellect, boundess ambition and gracious spirit thrilled all with whom she came in contact. To this union were born four children, three lovely daughters, and one son. Mrs. Lueien Beckner, of this city, Mrs. James Menefee, of Knoxville, Tettti., and Miss Lctitia Warren, of Danville, who niouru her loss, while the son, William was called lmm in early life. Also two sisters aud a brother survive, Mrs. II. D. Pittmun of St. Louis, Miss Annie und Mr. Samuel Dayis, of Louisville. The husband passed uway about five years ago. The funeral party will leave this morning for Danville, und after the funeral service this atfornoon in that city the remains will be laid in tlieir final lesting place beside her loved ecle-brntige ones. At the time of her death Mrs. Wnrreti was occupying the high position of Vice Stuto Regent of the D. A. R., which office sh ims held for three terms. She has been vety active in patriotic work, organized the St. Asaph's chapter D. A. It., in Danville, acting us its Regent for four years. She was an honored member of the society of Colonial Governors, nnd the Daughters of the Seventeenth Century. And just a few duys ttgo was appointed a delegate to the Conservation Congress nt Indianapolis. Heir to noblo ancestry, with an invaluable acquisition of knowledge, and unusual mastery of parlimentury law she filled weil her place in all of her' work. Her beautiful life was made uo of noble traits a real Kentucky daughter, who loved and gave. She lived for God, home aud country. Her memory is a priceless heritage to her loving daughters, and grandchildren, und an exotic to her friends. She was an ardent champion of the cause that was just und entered witii whole hearted vigor into the work sho found to do. Mrs. Warren was a cousin of Mrs. Matthew T. Scott, President General of the D. A. It., and Mrs. Adlai Stevenson. Many telegrams of condolence have been received from prominent persons over the country. Her passing away in the nooii-tini- o of her greatness is deolornble. Tho rather doeth all things well, and the mommy of such a lite can not fail to illumine the valley of tears, and halo the three score and two years of a life thut was civen to the betterment of the world. PUSLIC SALE 2Gth duv of Sent. C Fowler farm sell to the highest bidder: 15 1,000 pound cuttle, 3 good milch cows. 4 good calves, 50 good sheep, 4 brood sows, 1 sow and pigs, 1 pair work mules, 1 extra buggy mare, 2 two- uor&e wagons, 1 carriage, 1 pliuctoii new, 1 I. II. U. hay baler, 1 binder, 2 mowing machines, 3 hay rakes, 2 wheat drills, 2 corn planters 1 diso harrow, 2 turning plows new, 1 laud roller, 2 cultivators aud other things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of Bale. Salo begins promptly at 9:39 A. M. P. L. BECK Col. J. P. Chandler, Auei. . 011 Clean-Up-D- thou-Miu- ds uet Saturday when tho Mighty Ilaag show come here for uu exhibition, toll detuils of which are iv- vn in an advertisement in other col In- umns. i. Mud to be one of the biggest am best eiieiisCs which nitike towns of this size, and thousands will undoubtedly come to town to see it. Then, in addition, to the circus, Cummins & Weuren will give aw'av the piettv Foul automobile which thev have had in their window for the past six months. There is great ii'teiot in this, and n hi" crowd will I'mln'-IC'ii'Im m hand when it is avvii'd d to the lucky"person. Blq Crowd Expected Here Saturday. A big ciovvd is expected in Stun-foi- d Mrs. Susie Wallace Dead Mrs. Adelia Woods and daughter Miss Minnie Woods went to Richmond Saturday to attend the funeral if her sister. Mrs. Susie Wallace who died in Richmond nt 1:110 o'clock Friday uftetnooii, after uu illness of several weeks. The funeral services weie held at the U'sidenee of Mr. C. F. Higgins at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Wallace was the mother of Mr. S. A. Wnllace, assistant secretary and treiisiner of tho Security Trust Company of Lexington, nnd of Mr. John Wnllace, who is connected with tho Carter Dry Goods Company of She had resided in FayLouisville. ette county for several years before her dentlu -- I will the 1012 at the Dr. two-seat- vj "; t f-i 1,11.11 . iim n ' m .H.H.H 1. 11 t in J jJt'tK,. . , tfr iT v , ,S.. .., t 4;.A,. , ' f J,.2Hf I ' I. id- - i r a , T,' v"-",w- ;;wr;v$jTn.' stx' WWPJBPf.TroBWMWHBBBiBBBffffy' M J' ff J I V A THI WTCmt JfWWAL iTAHMBf . KIMTWCKY. TUCMAV, HPTEWtCW H HI2 E r. t fc V h I Memorial School Sm Binnttt...u srcT ohIAhigh school, normal nvSuuiil school of music, commercial uhool school School! KkMli In fh rHE Interior Journal. H. BAUrLKT- -- StatB. BHEtTON 1 Froprlttor You Are Invited to a Old in Age But Modern in Ways i mod i. J. G. LEW 15, rampM, w A TEAR 8TR1CTLT IH ADVANCE el KnUrtA at end clan mall roft ml(r Demonstration of The All-way- s lnord at ttf DEMOCRATIC For TICKET Women's Feet What is prettier and- what is a woman prouder of than a WELL FORMED FOOT, in a .well drafted shoe? We our going to make our Women's Shoe Department merit that same reputation for service and style that our Men's Shoes have all these years. We are showing today Women's footwear in pricesirom $1.50 to $5, from an old lady's top house keeping shoe button boot, in to a heavy leather for the mud, in Vici, Velvet, Patent Leather, Gun Metal, Buckskins, for the house and street. Hose to match these shoes at 10c, 25c, 50c and $1 a pair and we think them a little better, quality than you usually 4-in- ch 16-inc- for Tor For For V. for for WOODHOW WILSON, T1I0S. K. MARSHALL 1IAKVEY II ELM tWIVi Affir E. V. rURIEAR Urcull Clr J. P. 110LDAM ilnjiilraff W. M. FIELDS UnoMltaU M. C. JJEWLAND I'm Conri rrtiUtnt eKlI Range Preferable aid an Exkibitki of rSSstslBTBliinlr.BsJistsB! Cooking in Paper Bags. Political Announcements Th onnonnffrtifnti cindldatei lor offlc. tubjtct to the ction ol No nnronrMiiiti th Dtmocnlle primary paid (or In will be mtdr, nnl For KtprtMntollrt. In this column r nt You will understand how much "ALL-WAYS" IUNIC, of Stanford h tho oldest Institution in this section of the stntc, having been organized March 0, 3854. A hank to hare stood the panics that havo occurred in tho past oS yenra must bo nil right. This bank today is stronrcr and belter than it ever was. AYlTilo old in ngo it H modern in method. Our pntrons, nnd they arc many, will testify to the fart that wo tako caro of thcra in a mnniicr both plensing and satisfactory. Your patronngo is respectfully asked. Remember our pledge of courteous treatment nnd honorable dealings. Our directory inclndes sonic of tho most prominent business men nnd farmers in this section of the county. Try ns. H. C. IAUGHMAN, Cashier. J. S. HOCKER, rVes. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. S. T. HARRIS, Vice Pres... J. R. HARRIS. Bookkeeper. The FIRST NATIONAL dnct VIK01L McMULLIN. Tor Sherlf M. B. BAUdllMAN V. 01VKXS 11. J. U. WEAT1IKKF0RD T. J. HILL For Comfy JuJsi T. A. RICE M. F. NORTH means when you sec the Range. It means The Best Looking The Best Baker GpH. r SCHOOL Headquarters for Tablets, Pencils and Ink 1 l'ARRIHH TEYTO-OEOHOE I1EU0KDE lltVU fAlFMrtl WILLIAM II. HESTER V. A. CARSON For Alienor V. U RECK 8. M. OWENS R. II. BRONAUOII P. 0. eANDIDGE J. H. llOONE V. T. GARNER LAFE MOROAN jjj'lB rssgPsB-- The Most Durable Range Made William C. Lonp, If you buy one of these Ranges h t r get. Is Bradley The Neqroes' Friend? utterance The most remarkable we lmve beard of beinj; delivered in the campaign in Kentucky so far vn that of Senator Uradley at Lexington last Saturday when he said that ho hoped all the negroes will be put lt who vote fw the back into slavery. Ever war the leaders of the republican party lmve been setting themselves uo ns the only true friend of the negro, nntl they have generally been able to do ns tlicv pleased with the colored brother when election time came around, by appealing to him upon this basis. Now when they see a large number of that race leaving the old party for Roosevelt and for Wilson, they show just ' how much they have really thought of the nccro all the time. The mask is torn off. He is all right as long as they can use him, but ns Senator Bradley says, when tbev can't use him longer, why, he should be Wonder put back into slavery. what kind of a friend the negroes will regard a man nnu n narty who expresses such n sentiment about them? The white democrats of the south are the bet friends the have ever had, and they are now beginning to find it out. " Koo-eve- during the week of this exhibit, we will make you a present of a set of high grade cooking ware, including four large pieces of Pure Aluminum. This offer is good for this week only, and is a rare opportunity. Be sure and take advantage of it. Tho Exhibition ot Cooking in Paper Will Intinit Yiu. LLSAMRS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Bats Just for the Gentler Sex Timely talk on seasonable toilet goods is not amiss. Our stock comprises all the needed and desired toilet helps the necesssities and , the luxuries. We sell every known toilet preparation for woman, miss, child, infantpowders, creams, toilet waters, bath goods and sachets. Of perfumes wc have a particularly excellent line: all the newest floral odors and combinations, as well as the old favorite real flower odors. For the newest and best of any toilet article or perfume, come here first you won't waste time. Sept. 30 to Oct. 5, 1912 j I I Geo. H. Farris, STANFORD, KY. ery big houe nnd very few people have been hing in it." This good ndviee to the farmers ts applicable 10 an ciaes uiai uaw at the received little There bands of the Kopublicnns. "ecniN to be a general deire for n house cleaning, ami it will come in November, if every Democrat does bis duty as we are sure they will do when they havo such an excellent chance to pet poesMOii of the Government, which the Republicans have so long mismanaged. on H. J. McROBERTS STANFORD, KENTUCKY The Farmer's Friends jli IviI - J Time For the Farmers' Inninqs. One of the most effective speeches thnt has been delivered by Governor during the enrapaign was WiUon that at the farmers' picnic at Washington Park, New Jersey. It was M Superior and Peoria Grain Drills Call and see the new stock especially prepared for the farmers, ho the Governor showed never oc cupied the center of the stage m politics, and weie little considered The farmers have in legislation. demanded no protection, .but everything they buy is protected by n heavy tariff which in most cases crocs' into the pockets of the trusts instead uf helping to pay the expenses of the Government. When tariff bills are considered it is the interests that ask to be heard. ho over thought ol the farmers asking to be heard? "It is time," aid Governor Wilson "for you to break into your own houso and live there. I want you to examine very eiitienllv the tenants who have been occupying it. It N a Your Paper May Stop Next Week z W !....yjyyit Automobiles i Stanford, Ky. r W.RHiggins Quite a number of I. J. sub-cri- b crs may be surprise,! next week if a nntl tit twr Ttt) nin n llfl Vn llPrfttl ml III I their papers fail to come ngniu. All Ij among ehildien - in the Cary mining .. i ....-ulinsn sulKcrinlions cxiiir in Sep fiiinii ii j iiii !iy ii.i n ji rl..ii in. tember have been notified by letter man. of Stanford. hn the headof that fact, so thev will be able to quarters for his extensive mining renew before the end of the month. opeiations. Oil the 1st of October all of tho-- e whoe tune cxnired in September There will be n free lecture nt the and who have failed to lenow bv Christian church 1'iiday evening, a dollar, will be cut off the Sept. '27, by It. S. Wilson a leturned II t Tho I. J. U belli" from Ii.ilinco, Africa. He ii now on n strictly cn-- h in ndvance will in nddition to the lcctuio display A WARNING TO MANY b.T-i- . and i nordcr to keep it coming a gient collection of curios. EveryInterestinq Facts. Repardlna it inut be paid for regularly and in one cordially inuted, especially the Some 77-ndvance. children Health Statistics 1 2. Peliarjra at Coleman's Town? dipateh from I'inevillc says: from Frankfoit stating A report that several enes of pellagra bad discovered been in the I'incviUc school is without basis. There i not n ease of pellacra within the city limits of I'mcMlle and the school board there is ery anxious that this report be corrected. It. II. Howling who is said to have sent the report to Superintendent llninlett, is a teacher in the school nt Cary, a mining camp several miles from I'inevillc, aiil it is thought thnt the report referred to the Cary school as it is reported thnt several ease A At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. for Boys and Girls. Parents, it will pay to look at our line before baying. We have been selling shoes for 35 years. Why not profit by our experience? School Shoes W. E. PERKINS r within the We have the following bnrRains to offer, if sold de- wbHe as Overland, Model CO, fully equipped, used n short $1,100. a monstrator. Cannot be told from a new car, Overland, Model 01, fully equipped, same as new six cylinder, 4uborse power fully equipped SCoO. 7 passencer. new body, new top and windshield, eitra equipped Mitchell, Model K 30 horse power, 5 passenger, fullv tire in rear $500. and new painted, new top, Owland, Model 41, 40 horse power, newly $600 equipment flupiKle. delivery truck, 800 lb .capacity, just the thin for Stearns, casine $700. ffiCSnSnstf& usTave bt ready 'tMdmonitrate, by August 20th. takinK second band cars in trade for new wants. Our 1013 line of new cars will JNO. FOR THE 0. REID, Sales Agent, CO.. JUMCLAt AUT0M0IILE CINCINNATI, 0. Tew people realize to what extent their health depends upon the condition of the kidneys. The physician in nearly all cases of sciious illness, makes a chemical analysis of tho patient's urine. He knows that unless the kidneys are doing their work properly, the other organs cannot bo brought back to health and strength. When tho kidneys are neglected r niiiic.il in nnv wav. serious re sults are sure to follow. Accordiug to health statistics, Brigut's disease which is really an advanced form of kidney trouble, cnused nearly ten thousand deatlis nr iviv, in tue ttnfn nf Now York alone. There fore, it behooves us to pay more at tention to tlie lieaitn oi tuese most important organs. An ideal compound that has bad remarkable success t as a kidney lemedy is Dr. Kilmer Swaiap-Roo- t the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy. The mild arid healing influence or. this preparation is soon realized. It stands the highest for its remarkable recoid of cures. If you feel that your kidneys require attention, and wish a sample bottle, wiito to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, If. Y. Mention this paper and they will gladly forwavd it to you absolutely free, by mail. Swamp-Roo- t i sold by every druggists in bottles of two sies 50c and $1. Crab Orchard, Ky Farm for &ale! If You Are Looking for a farm priced right (for immediate sale) frame dwelling Don't oyerlook this; with well at door and never- - failing spring 50 yds distant. 150 acres in grass, 50 acres young timber; new wire fence; new stock barn; new tobacco barn, 3Gxl20 feet. Ideal for grain, hay, tobacco and stock; abundance of water; fruit trees; in good neighborhood, on turnpike, about 2 2 miles from R. R. station and good town with graded school, churches, etc. 2 mile from district school. Fall seeding privilege and possession January 1, 1913. om We have just re- ceived our Fall shoes in Patents, Vicis, Velvets, Gun Metals Etc. We handle the famous May Man-to- n line. You will find no better in quality and style at right prices. 1-- 1-- For further information, address, "T, care of INTERIOR JOURNAL, Stanford, Kentucky. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. . W&?jfa ar. ." '!' ,. JJ..V iJfl ...J , -.-- -- -- 1, AXJ- OMlfeh v M&-- 4 -- JLj ..I' 3t .) . THE INTERIOR JMIMIAL tTAMMRD, V KENTUCKY TUESDAY. tEPTEMJER 24. 1112 Miss Ellen Scolt is spending lace centerpiece on tho tabic, smi YOUNG driys in Crnh Orrlnml. hit urn! iiuturtiuuia entwined around Josephine Klmore, of Louis Mm. llm chandelier nml extending down Mm. llicc, Louisville, ville, in visiting her daughter, Mrs. turned nfter uof visit to Mm. has reto the tuhlc, nnd yellow bordered Susnn J.iU. Wndo nt Walnut Flnt, 1'iindlcH nt the four corners of the Vi'iiKer. Mrs. Hnrvo l'oynter, nnd childion table. Ices, cakes and mints wcic Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnilton Klkiii, of In nro visiting friend nml relntivcs (ei veil, tho color Hcheme of yc'low Lnncnstcr, were hcio Monday u 1'ulnski. being carried out. Miss Mnrthn ilioit time. Hoiiiuicl piesided over tho punch Mins Sallio Asihor, of Loiulnn. is Miss Minnie Hupley left Sunduy lioun and uns attractive in delicate visiting her sister, Mrs. . A. l'oyn for Jacksonville, Fin., wheio sho is blue chiffon. Assisting the attracter, nt W'nlmit Flat. going to tench this year. Tell How Sick She Wat And tive hostess in entertaining her 'Judge Sterling (Inmcs went to Mrs. Susan Ycngcr Lnncnstcr Motiduy to upend several homo from lyoulsville, hns returned What Saved Her From' guests, wcro Mm. II. J. Mellobcrta where bIio hnH nnd Miss Lettio Helm. days with Mr. Alex Ucnny. An Operation. Among those present were: Mrs. rfilNs l'nulinc lloeker is tlio Riicst been visiting Mrs. llicc. Mrs. V. 1 J. 0. Carpenter, Mm. Jnincs Wood, Kincnid nnd Miss ofj licr mint, Mrs. Mnttio Duncan nt l'cnrl Hampton wcro in Danvillo FriUpper Sandusky.Ohio. Lnncnstcr. "Three years Mm. 0. 0. Ferry, Mrs. J. S. Kite, ago I was married ond went to house Mrs. W. 1. (Jiiincs, Mis. V. 0. 'Mm. II. I. Cnrlcr 1ms returned day. Mr- -. Will Scott, of Danville, is the keeping. I was not Withers, Mrs. J. II. Faxtou, Mrs. iiimie iiftfr a vlnit to her mother, feeling well and II. J. McKolicrts, .Mrs. J. M. Mrs. Sollic (Joodo nt Mitehollsburg. guest tf her sister, Mm. K. L. rBBBBBBsMjbKl ' .Mm. .1. J. Dickey, Mr. could hnrdly drng lr. Kieo Niiriii nml daughter Mm. J. (.'. Curd, myself along. I had Joel T. Enibij, .Mrs. James Duiijih- nro isiting her histor, .Mrs. S. S. of Hun'iii, was such tired feelings, inaii, Mis. II. C. llauglimau, .Mm. hero Inst week for a short I imi) on IIaty nt Coiliin. my back ached, my J. ('. Hays, .Mrs. J. N. Saunders, fMrg. Woodio Hnil spent Sunday business. tides ached, I had Mrs. MuTy I. Iturch, Mrs. Frank Mcsdninos T. A. Rfcc nnd J. S. ,nnd Monday in Danville with her bladder trouhlo aw- Walton, Mrs. M. II. Satin, Mrs. W. Rice nro upending sovurnl days m daughter, .Mm. II. ('. Wrny. fully bad, and I could M. Ilriaht, Mm. II. K. Snufley, Mrs. ,.MIhs Sarah lluiidloy returned to Louisville. notcatorsleep. I had Albert) Severance, .Mrs. W. S. Em-brMm. .1. II. Lone is Mondinr bpv. St. Kntherinc, .Monday where sho headaches, too, and Mis. Priiitt, Mrs. If. M. New-liinwill attend schojd. oral dnvs with relatives nnd friends hecumu nlmosta ner.Mm. Kichard Woods Ogilvie, Miss Annn Wnrron lias jcturncd nt YtnMii-ilitiiMMMMMMMMMM vous wreck. from OiYili Mi. Marv Zc!!; of Stanford i; tor told me to go to u hospital. My doc .Miss Hcilc Denny, Mi-s Susan Fishniierit nhe Imi I did er Woods, Mis Sue Kout, Miss Marlicen visiting her sister. Mrs. C. F. the guest of Mins Marin Him.a not like that Idea very well, so, when I tha If nut , Miss Maltha Homuicll, Somerset lotiritnl. (Inrnctt. saw your advertisement In a paper, I .Miss .Mr. L. Lttie Helm. Miss little Fax-to. llughcs is in Memphis, wrote to you for advice, nnd have done as .Miss Until Ihmmll, .Miss Lena It'llll., Oil llllMl'llCKU mill til. rr.iAJ ,.f you told me. I havo taken Lydia E. HOW ONE his brother. Mr. i l'n..i., Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I'almcr, Misi Itruec, Mis-- i Xnnnie Ktigtcmiiu, Woods Miss Pauline W. If. Foule nnd wif... ,.f I...1,. Liver Fills, and now I hnvo my health. . vMiing non .Jiii.jiii " If sick and oiling women would only locker. Miss Jcuiiio Xcwlnnd. iho home. WOMAN WON l.Hks. Nhilo hen lln.f i.ill .Miscs .Murgniet Shanks, Hettie know enough to take your medicine, they Ms oNter nt Itiheinond' nnd Mnys- - would get relief. "Mm. II enj.H.Stans-BKRY- , Perry, Sophin Saunders served the KouUs C, Box 18, Upper Sandusky, icl'ieshincnts. nir. Her Health and Strength Bach Ohio. Mm. .Julia Ilnr.lin nnd son Hams SHORT LOCAL NEWS hnn. returned to LoiiMtjIh. thev If you have mysterious pains, IrreguAgain by The Use or Cardui. crime up to nttend the hurinl of her larity, backache, extreme nervousness, Pntteiii hats sind millinery Inflammation, ulceration or displaceThursday litj. Mises Straub. mni, .u rs. dnn Worlhnm, who was ment, don't wait too long, but try Lydia Tampa, ria, In n letter from this buried nt Lnncnstcr last week. E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound now. city, JIrn. K.C. Coram wrttos: "I was Nov. I. h. Jini.o nnd V. .M. Tho sitpiier at Moiclnud has been For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's 11 weakened ond worn out with lme gone to Ilurn-id- c to Vegetable Compound, mado from roots postponed indefinitely. troubles. My husband lirotujht in.. rn meeting .if tl 10 nnd herbs, has been the stundard remedy mo omn Cardui as a tonic, and, from iiueiHi Nev. J. (I, Livingston will prench irnnyivnnm tho flrst day, it neemcd to help. They I'S- - for female ills, and such unquestionable I hnd almost lost rnv reason, but. mi rciurii on TliiiMdav. testimony as tho above proves the valuo at King s Mountain next Sunday thanks to Cartlul. I did not Boon, I .Mr. nml .Mm. II. s. .Incknou left of this famous remedy and should givo Morning nt 11 o'clock ami alao nt felt and looked llko a new woman. I tho first of the veck. for right. Memphis every one confidence. think tho remedy la wonderful. I recommend It to my friends, for I havo Iciin., where thev will mnko their home. For Snle. Two passenger Duick They have made mnnv Mrs. Ireland's Reception received Kreat benefit from It." Cardui acta specifically on tho weak- fnonds hcte during their stny who uutonioliile runabout 0 months. FulOno of tho prettiest of the social ly e(iiipi)ed except speedometer. All wool suits, from .10 to 30, ened womanly organs, strenKthentng will hntc to sec them lenve. the muscles and nervea, and building functions of the summer was the Would consider n good gentle horto are open lor your inspection at CumMis-o- s Ora Mridt:c nnd V.vti them up to health. of Pnint I.irk. who have afternoon reception given on last in trade for it. II. M. Arnold, Dan- mins & Wenrens'. ncr-o- u It helps to refresh tho worn-ou- t 77-hecn. vi,itiug .Mru. V. n. Edmiston Wednesday by Mrs. J. W. Ireland ville, Ky. system and relieves tho effects of Miss Ella May Saunders has rent Crnh Orchard took the fmin here in honor of her house guest, overwork, both mental and physical. Mii Fifty years' successful uso fully Tuesday for home. Mrs. Edmiston The Cinh Orchard tax books arc turned fiom the citv. Her trimmer Ilrumfield, of Louisville. prove tho merit of this purely vege- liroiight them here. this fall is Miss Hattie Webb, of Ilecching the guests in the li- ready nnd nt the Crab Orchard Springfield, Ky. table, tonlo remedy for women. Ilnnk. Miss Ophelia Lackey, TreasDr. nml Mrs. .1. 0. Carpenter had brary were: In every community, there live some Mrs. Ireland in n 77-as week-en- d guests Mm. M. K. dainty white lace dress, and MUs urer. jrbo have been benefited by Cardui. The implicit confidence that many The tneflclnl effects of this tlmn Smith nnd Bona, of Fort Smith, Hnimfield hnndomelv fowned in a Bro. John Christophersou, tented woman's remedy, soon sbow Ark., Mr. of people have in Chamberlain's Colic, II. Leavell nml Mi-- s jcllow iiv,snliii( nml real lace. The J. themselves In many different ways. Lexington, will li"in a ten days' Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Ileraedy is Lilhe Leavell, )f HrynntRville, M"rs. house decorations were in yellow meeting Try It at the Crnh Orchard Chris- founded on their experience in the II. W. Carpenter nnd daughter, of and green, huge bunches of golden H . B. Write to; tailrt'Alvtiory Det.. Chafe-- ( church Saturday night, Sept. Use of that leiuedy and their knownn(l Mr. and Airs, J. 0. glow and nnsturtiuin being ued in tian .Melictn Co.. Chattanooga. Tenet., far trmal Shellivvillc, to at-.- ledge of the many remarkable cures fiufnjffwm. anj 64'raie took. Mom Treetaeal Carpenter, Jr., and children of Crab rhundnnce. Tho dining room wns 28. nt 7 P. M. All are invited of colic, diarrhoea and dysentry that meeting. a im uwr ca ia4iU nch Wiw, w..l especially pretty witli an cxtpiisiie Prchaid. is ims affected. For sale by G. L. Penny. vVTVWM MM cv-cr- nl ranli WIFE fNNINHHtNMNNNlMlNHIMIMUMHlNtMHMHNIMtHnHMININM 3 3 SAVED FROM HOSPITAL New Dress Goods and Silks We ask you to look at fashion's newest creations in costume materials. See the new Serges, Whip Cords, Corduroys, Crepe Meteor, Charme-us- e, Messalines, Etc. y, -- il, Ofi-iuti- n, We have beautiful trimmings to match in Ecru Bands and Yoking, Persian Bands, Steel and Gold Bands and Yokings. i 1 See the new plain and fancy Mercerized Poplins and Satteens for one-piedresses. ce . iii SEVERANCE & SON CLOSE TO THE PEOPLE During the 42 years of its existence this hank has always endeavored to keep close to tho people of Stanford nnd their best interests. That it has succeeded is shown by its steady growth and tho large number of loyal depositors. We have a sen-icfor every irfnii, woman and child in Lincoln county, and we wanton pait in building up tho financial intorcsts of MORE people. Thati in eludes you, and a checking account will open the way. e 3. 4. nl Lincoln County National Bank Capital Surplus Resources $100,000 r Corner Next -- $100,100.00 To Court House $300,000 The Initial Presentation of Women's New Fall Suits is of Unusual II M Call and see our fall clothes for boys, if von want the) latest. Cummins & Wearen. E. D. Pennington, County Surveyor General Farm Surveying 52.6m Phone 172, Stanford, Ky. FIRE INSURANCE and SURETY BONDS R.M.NEWLAND STANFORD, KY. For Sale. A good bugxy lioitic siutabc for ndics to drive; not .if raid of automobiles. Mrs. George D. Went en. 77-- 2. Correct Fall millinery on display Sept. 20. l.ndics arc cordially invited, cordially invited Mies Straub. Thuidny, Interest and Charm The materials are wonderfully choice. The colorings and effects are beautiful; The cutting", making and finish are all that could be desired. ehuieh, Prof. I). E. Fogle, of Georgetown, Colleg", will prench at the Ilaptist Sunday morning nt 10:43. Kvetvbodv cordially invited to attend this service. An niticle that has real merit should in time becomo popular. That i Ford Auto, Model T ;MsaiH7V siuh vrite, "(hnmbeilnin's the case with Chamberlain's Couyh Remedy has been nttqted by many dealer. Here is one o them. II. W. llendriekson, Ohio Falls. Intl., Cough Rem-ed- y See the pretty Browns, Navys, Greys, Tans in Two Tone Diagonal and Boncle Cloth. ,33 is the best for cotieh, colds nnd eio'ip. nnd is my best seller" or sale by G. L. Pcnnv. Yon want the best policy when von insure. See Fish & Bromley, Stanford, Ky. Insure everything. Cov.mt. f ItAM J. CiiEMr mates oalh Hut h b eenlor ol the firm ot V. J. oicey & Co, doinir Eartnrr In the City of Toledo. Coudiv and Mala atoreuid. ami that aald firm 1!1 pay tbe ijm ol u.m. iii.Miiti ior earn ana eerr raao ol CAtiHF.il that cannot be cured by the tuc ol lULL'a CaiAkiiH LfCA Sure or Ohio cm - or ioildo. i ,. We show you the ideas of quite a number ot New York designers, as we do not confine our purchases to one house. This, of course, gives you a wide range of models to select from. Sworn to before roe and aubarrtbed In my pretence, thu cth day cl December. A. D.. Use. I 1 aL uullaiis rnNK j.ciicNxr. - I A. W. CLEASOS. US Noiakt rcsuc. Ilalli Catarrh Cure la taken InternaUr and acta directly upon the blood and muroua turlacea oi the I) Item, bend lor tratlmonlala. free. Toledo, o 1. J. t IIL.M.V ft hold by all DruHlita. 7Se. for rocmpatlon. late llail lamllv io lin Queen Quality shoos for ladies in fall styles aro being shown by Cum mins ir Wenien this week. Eemember, the early buyers at this store do not pay too much. Our prices are reasonable. Your Houst Nuds Painting Step off and take a look at your home, Doesn't it need painting? Now Is the time to have It done. Paint before the winter rain and snow be alns to fly. Hanna's Green Seal, the made to wear paints are the rloht kind to use. Formula with every can. For Sale by G. B. PRUITT, More, land, Ky.. and L L SANKy. DERS, Crab Orchard, Come in and look ! STANFORD, KENTUCKY ! Meet me at Cummins & Wearen's store this week and I will be pleased to demonstrate this Car. b. factory. The Car in Cummins & to be given away on Saturday, September 28th, is a Model T, price $590.00 f. o. Wear-en's'.windo- w; I i H, SEVERANCE & SON .J W. E. GLOVER, Agt, Stanford, Kentucky. II 11 ffH mMttMOa9flMMMtftt - .. x J.X WSjrT1" tff -.-" '' "''(''wtT Wf I M Ife H, ! Progressive Candidate for Congress in 8th District Will address Yiters Prof. J. W. DINSMORE of Liicoln County at folltwiif i 1 r THE IWTERIIR JtWWIAL, tTANrlRt. KENTUCKY. TUEtiAV. lEPTEatlEM 34. 1112 farm news, n urcnt Tuesday favorite, was crowded out ly ihN todny. It will npcnr Friday. J. 11. jinwinninn lins reserved the date of Oct. 1M for his Third Annual bale, of horses, uitilos. brood marea and cattle. The I. J.'h IS.. ,r . Hj , PEAKING Vtf , 3BaM - '. i. jBMf laaE0jBBreA?',?''?ittF!at30Bnw 'iTT'EEEf J BEf T THE PUILICSALE. Of Hue Grass Land And Fine Stock. WfcDXKSDAY, OCT. 2, 1012 Mighty places: ? f HasttiviUe, Sept 26, at 7:30 P. M. Kill's Mcriitaii, Sept. 27, at 7:30 P. M. FF. ? OaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBS?-.- CrabOrchrd, Sept. 28, at 2:30 P. Stanford, Sept 28, at 7:30 P. M. r4fVi vi "f M. wjvy - V aBEOjBEOjBEOJBanBBVB E9jBE9jBE9jBEXBBBBat ' KmM! aEEEfEnHBaBEEm L'7 ? f BaaaaaaaaaKfgagjp.r; ! 2kn'v&ft& YJ K!Ki fEJEaRMPMak piR nBBanBJnvv"w' VHai eeeeeKleeejbbbbw HHbjB" v. t AVKV& Y$N " " . V'J nSSSj3CiaEEEEEEfcait,ss;J'y' "y "''Jr v y "&"" y .BK'nmEEEEEEEEErUt bkEEEEEEEEEL-Tv,I.EEEEE&2 BBBBBBBBBBB&? i JBV BBBBBk. A. I I BBBBBBBBBKar iBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBPr.tv bbbbbbbbbbbw& i "& bbbbbbbW. - I EEEEEEEEE?-- BLK M " Ml .raaBBao -f i bbbbbbbbbbbbb. EEEEEEEEE. BBBBBBBBBBBBBJt ,M ,r,n u'ir-r."J-- 'ism'tZir i" bbP&v ' X a v , vjbeeeeeeei jbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI ?' vbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbi v.'.EEEEEEEEEEEaa r?t .aEEEEEEEEEEEEfll We most cordially invite all who are in favorof good government, and who are willing to sever party ties in order of to assist in sounding the death-kne- ll the Political Boss-- in fact, all who are in favor of a Government by the People, led by the Matchless Roosevelt, to come out and hear Prof. Dinsmore discuss the issues of today from the Progressive standpoint, Prof. Dinsmore v nil Ay Iwi having recently withdrawn from the Republican party and cast his lot with the Progressives. Near llustonrille. Having decided to cnano my location, 1 will offer for sale at public outcry on tho ubovo date and placo tlio following: 67 ncrcs of cplendid lnnd, ntt virns the old Fair gin soil, known (1 round Lnnd, under Kood fence. A splendid stock of poods, with ii good business nnd fine xtnnd, located at Kidd's Store, Ky., will invoice $.1,500 to $4,000. Qolddust stallion, One well broken, 10 hands, sound and good breeder, 1 fine mulo jack, 8 years old, 4 extm broodmares, nil in foal, colts by side ono of them n Preston wre, gid show animal, 2 splendid Qolddust colts, 2 mule colts, 2 inure, well broko to steam nnd nuto, in foal to good jack, one n good saddle mare, 1 yearling Oolddust filly, 1 Golddust filly, 1 nice coming Slielland 1'ony, well broke. AH of this stock sound, ld Haag Shows I . I America's Metropolitan Shows. Unapproachable in Grandure. All powerful umJ mighty ii magnitude 2 Rings, 2 Stages, Roman ffippiirwe. The Monarch of Circusdom. 500People, 100 Great Acts 200 Horses. 2 good 4 year-ol- d cows, Lot of hogs. 1 surrey with polo nnd shaft, 1 ton buggy, 2 runnbouts, 1 Frazier o cart, 1 Brown wagon. 1 Studcbnker wagon, with bed und tent, 1 double horse sled, 1 set dou ble harness in good condition, 1 set pony harness, 1 set heavy brake hnrnesM, 1 set light buggv harness, 2 saddle and bridles, 1 pair plat form scales, 2.000 feet wak fencing lumber, lot of locust posts, one-hainterest in G acres of good tobacco, one-hainterest in 35 acres grow ing corn, about 450 shocks of foil der, 10,000 hickory tobacco sticks, other articles too numerous to name. Terms easy und made known on day of sale. Sale hour 10 a. in., sharp. B. V. LEIGH, Hustonville, Ky. two-horslf lf extra Rood, Cake Walking and Dancing Horses. Herds of Elephants, including the musical Pachyderm. 25 Merry Making Clowns that delight old and young. 10 Horseback Riders. 10 High Class Aerialists. Komko Troup. Marvelous Japanese Acrobats. Most Complete Show Ever Seen. Most Gorgeous, Elaborate and Ex- W. P. KINCAID, . . by American MtS p& COME, HEAR, AND BE CONVINCED! c!i' d Col. T. D. Eiigisli, AucK S. Those who may want to bid on stock of goods, will please call and inspect them before sale, I. pensive FREE STREET PARADE at 10:30 o'clock morning of Exhibition ever seen. 73-- FINE FARM FOR SALE! I Preu AuocUtlon. THEODORE ROOSEVELT. J. N. MENEFEE, JR., 7G-t- rt i J if n i I will tuke slock on the Hail pasture from now on until Jan. 1st, ut V. C. Shanks. Having decided not to furm this $l..r0 perf. months. full I will have n sule of stock lit I will nl?o sell 8 good mule colts my plnce tho middle of October. See 7G-t- f. Bi-emy J. C. Ini1ey, nt Two wile. 1'. L. advertisement liter. stray hogs are nt my place; C nib Orchard. one black banow, weigh about 150 For Sale. 15,000 tobacco sticks und the other u white sow weighs f. J. A. Given-- . McKinnev, Ky. nbout 125 pounds. Owner can get For Sale. Aberdeen Angus cat- same by paving for keep und this nd tle both se.es; mules from colts to V. T. Tucker, Stnnfoid. For sale. Thorougbred Duroc four year olds; thoroughbred boars R. H. Crow, gilts nnd boars, the old Ohio Chief UNDERTAKER AND EMBAUMKR ready for service. Shelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two strain, no better bred anywhere. A. STANFORD KENTUCKY. 7G-J. Adams. Hustonville, f. Office Phene 167. Haim Phnnr 35 ing. Junction Es. Now is the time U huve you tobacco insured. Get a policy in the company in the world strongest 70-from Fish nnd Uromley. V. C. Shanks will sell GO head of mules, brood mares and Jerseys. 73-Oct. 1, 1912. Large sow came to my place Aug. 1st. Owner can get same by paying for this ad und her keep. John I'ow. ell, Morelnnd, Ky., It. F. D. 1. For Sale. One nice, coming three year old, Peacock filly, beautifll bay with two white feet and star; good size. Call on or address. Mrs. Sim 8t-Owens, Moreland, Ky.. For Itent. My farm of 250 acres 35 acres for corn, 3G for wheut or oats, 50 acres in meadow, " Also has good balanco in gruss. dwelling bouse, barn und ull out'"' buildings. For further information nddre.--b Mrs. Geo. Logan, Stanford, Ky.. West Main street. 74tf For Sale. 11 cattle and 2 vears old, 7 steer und 4 heifers, 1 good old furm horse, work anywhere, gentle for women to drive. Gill on me at Highland, Ky. J. S. Young 75-which every institution is u strut-lurfor It U tailed character, und every net is a slono in this structure. CONCRETING u good character, An institution, in order to havo honesty, net honesty, breathe honesty. must think Wr arc In olliou Xo da all klmli of con crttinf, audi a lllork Work, l'arnnrnu, anil The people feoou determine between tho genuine nnd In fact, r tan make anjrtklnr from a liouw They know the ring of the true metal the counterfeit. down to a frtiro Kt. Call and Jit our pricri Ufric )vu Lujr jour raattrial at Itaat. und the base. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. On this the whole structure of our bank Is based. The Increasing business Is a guarantee that It js appreciated by depositors. of companies and Individuals sollcltel. Every facility olv-- n consistent with conservative banklnn. J. C. McClary FARM AND STOCK NEWS iVi G4-J- 7G-3- p. GG-t- tf 2. good lepair. the usual outbuildings and is wutercd by the never failing springs nnd Flax creek. About 45 ncres in grass und balance in cultivation. Much of the land can be used for town lots. Anyone desiring to look over the premises will For Sale 13 nice pigs. A.S. Price call on me. Terms made known on upplicn-itoFor Kent. My farm of 80 acres, 7G.(ip 35 acres for small irrain. 10 acies J. W. Guest. Crab Orchard. Ky. for corn, 10 ncri". for gra , orcliuid nnd tobacco laud if thev For Sale Small Country Farm will clean it off. A. L. Thompson, I desire to sell nrivately my homo Stuufoid, K. F. D. Xo. 3 situated about 3 2 miles from Stray, white and black spotted Stanford. Ky., on the Kush Hrauch hound dog came to n'- - place about a pike, mid adjoining the lands of month ago. Owner can get same by Mrs. G. C. Givens nnd Carson Gov-e- r. paying for keep and this adv. J. J. This plnce contains ten nnd 77-Hidden. Stanford. one-haacres of good land, well For Sale. One pair of god work fruited. Upon it there is n new mules three enrs old, three good dwelling house of six rooms, two cow.s that will give milk ull winter, small halls nnd norch room, a now three cahc- four shouts that will cistern ,two everjasting spring, nnd weiuli about 80 pounds, and one nil necessary outbuildings. For parOnimn Chief Separator good as new. ticulars call upon or write to P. M. A. L. Thompson, Stanford. K. F. MeKoberts, Atty. nt Stnnford, Ky. D- - Xo. 3. p LEWIS JONES. ill n. Chairman. of 175 acres in suburbs of Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, ICy. It IN1UUMS offer for sale privately u my farm TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY 2 and 8 P. M. Doors open 1 hour earlier. nil iuiiiii uni'K UWCIIUIL'. g.l ALCORN overlook slopping your hogs on shipstufT. Best and most economical feed to start your feeders on. Price $20.00 per ton. 77-3- p. 1-- We have another shipment of Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs while the supply lasts. Do not 3. lf - 77-3- J. H. Baughman Phone 11 Stanford Kentucky. Co. fiffijpl Bank Jlmi lyiOPg"'1''' Ir tzSTTTrT"'''' THERE it-elf. XMCTswra of a l at m p. rrr rf Fall Is Coming ! Advertise your Bale in the I. J. Amtrlcan Realty Co. Arc offering xplendid Hanrfuns in More fanners rend it than any Our other country pmer in the state. and Grain Farms. Stock Iiirovwl ALFALFA Uo Fruit anil Poultry Farms, Farms. We have the Farms tliuy all Want, Locution, Near Towns, Qood Schools ,aml Churches, fine t Water. Send for Climate; Lists, Then See lor Yourself. 304-Dealer. In Suiety Itld'b. Muskogee. Oklu. s H. B. Northcott C 4. Ac-cw- J.L.Beazley &Co t Ml KeSJAT-- over. show you the new Tan, Drop Toe, English Last. It will please you. We also have the new Glazed Calf, Patent and Gun Metals. Fall line now complete in lasts and sizes. Come and look 'em and your low shoes are now about worn out. Come in and let us Poultry, Eggi, Produce, Salt, Lime & Cement EElrE EtEEwwEEuEaEEEEEv ' PHONE 153. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capitol $50,000. W. M. KIV7VdainV71Wl UNDERTAKERS t7R9lElaM AND DEAL-BR Surplus $500 J. D. EADS, V-P- Stanford, Ky. Sam Robinson Stanford, Kentucky L MCCARTY. PrM. l PUNY, V. Ptn. I. SAUN, CMhtar. J. S. RICE, V. PTN. t. ALKRT PHILLIPS, J IN FURNITURE, MAT TINQE, RUES. THEV WILL EXCHAN8E FURNITURE FOR ALLJUfHM OF ITMK. 4VE THI M A CALL. FR4M ALIO BEEEflEvvfa p THERE IS REAL PAINT and also lomt stuff mixed with cheapening material! that is not worthy of the name. If yos have Fall ani wiiitir . bad experience with the latter kind Mr saw od Wlator atewtae M lomctloo. TV? m yoH don't want another. If yon rraitr loroa your urkai. I ui MaH Ml tii. baat th. to prtc who k4 Oil datkM MM tv I haven't take tw ndrtee and don't . . i-a,-MperisMni. B ear ml Bointa fanki. t. rAi mM -lajt ad yoomlf dtfapfybtaieat au4 to wikn loMi'l mm tw mm mmK- im4 vWa ejutHtr ko4lt tt NO. a m iti m( way EnBVv Sev SeW lSai Ml ll tM iLALLM, . . aWBT. H PntUul Hater Stanford. Ky. rl f- hti tif tfMvllf. 1 !'. !4 Mi i ii .. 'li iHjn in Ml. ii. iigiaVilfaflftiala lit i- -A iiiiai tMukJafeifefciJ -- teu r KBhhJBjiaiKBEl '"iiiii.ii iiii.wn. iinifciMay i ij !L um