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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAV. SEPTEMBER 5. 1911.
Hon. Edward J. McDermott,
Democratic Candidate For Lieutenant Governor,
Will Address the Voters of Lincoln County at the Court-House in
itanford, MConday. Sept.
AT 1:30 P. M. Hr. McDermott is one of the most brilliant speakers in Kentucky. HEAR HIM.
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PERSONAL and SOCIAL
Mrs. J. V. .Jotnion, of l'oris U
tlic Rtiost of Mrs. George C. (livens
Mli Anion HnntlcTH of New Or-
InniH, ) llii nttrnrtivo picat of licr
limit, Mrs P. M. Mellobcrt-.
Mr. ami Mr. Emanuel .' Howon-
M lino were llio piotn of licr fnth-
or, Dr. W. II. O'Hnnnoti. returmiijr
from their lionoymoou trip to tlicir
.fioine in Mnskoiroo, Okln.
.1. U. Himphmnii, Chnrles I.iiK"
nn.l .1. ('. KnlinnkH nttemlrtl tho
NVIiiilnHillo 'fair Thunuhiv. Mr.
Inilnuan win atkiM lit jinlco the
jniilo rinjr thnl ilnv.
Mr. V. T. Dmlil inn! wifti of
Dowii'h III., nro jrtiesN of tliuir ilnnli
tor, Mm. Jumos N. (Mi t bur
homo Hour Tiiniersville.
Mr. C. M .Ioiicm, of Wool;. Toiiii..
nnd Snmiiimilhii Jonrn of Crob Orrli
nnl. won- in town hlioiiinu Tluirt.
iiay. Mr. nml Mm. .1. .1. I'nint" anil
linltv, puKsoil thrmiKli Fiitliiy front
Lebanon Junction to llrotlheiiil for
a tin iln.v's visit to hit parent nt
Mm. I. M. WeMcrfiehl nml ehil
.Iron of Liviinfwton lmo brcn the
guest for snvcrnl tloyt of Mr. uml
, Mrs. M. D. Klmoro.
Mrs. W. J. Doner ,nml Mrs. Hur
ry Hill uml baby were the jinetttH of
(fritnds in Covington M'vcral day.
Miss Josephine Heariey ha re-
turned from u plenum visit to i da
tives in Niohohisville
MUs Sana Howard, of Crub Orch
nttl, wns the Riiest of Mm. 1'eurl
f'rrruuin last week and attended the
Mrs. W. A. Tribble nml ehililreu
hne returned from a protracted vis
it to her father at Mays Hie.
Iir. V K. Crni? has returned
from Itichmonil where ho Kx-nt sev
eral tiny in oculist work.
Mi Kline Sinvleton. the I. J ..
tulented Woynesbuo; nml Mt. Mo
nah correspondent was hero Inst
week with her eoustin the Misses
1 anner, nUcniliiJK tho teachers.' in
htitutt. She bus a Srthool of "5 pu
pils at Mt. Moriah.
Mr, .lames II. Turner and damjh
toM. Misses Mnmiu mid Kdna draco,
of Kieliolasvillo, were the mtests last
week of Mrs. Turner's sisters, Mrs
ilamos J. ilryant, .losso Waller
and J. It. Harris.
A beautitiil nUHcellanemw shower
k was given Miss l.illv Mae McAHsler
;tt her home by her youni; friends
on Saturday evenme Am;. 'Jtith.
Mnny handsome presents were jriv
rii the bride-to-be. Delightful re-fri'-hiiii'titrt
Claude Itibb, who has boon ono of
the ttopiilnr elorks at H. .1 Molloboi-t-tor
H'lirnl yours, went to London
h'lmlry to take a nimdar position
wiih I). M, Robinson.
By Lydia E. PinkhanVs
linHltnurn Afil ."I Komi von hern.
with tlio picture of my llftoen year old
naiiKiiier .line, nuu
wns ro8toro.il to
health by Lydia E.
lilii fnmtioiinil. Sim
was palu, with dark
circles uiuiar nor
e)i's, weak ami lrri-
doctors troatwl her
anil callca tt tireeu
' Sickness, hut 8 ho
uruw worsu nil tho
ham's Vegetable. C'ompouiul was rec
omtiieiuleil, and after takimr thri'o bot
tles shit has reralned her health, thanks
to your medicine. 1 can recommend it
for all femalo troubles." Mrs. I A.
Cokkkak. 1103 Itutland Street, lialtl
Hundreds of such letters from moth
ers expressing their (rmtltudo for what
Lyilhi K. I'inkham's VeueUiblo Com
pound hasacconnillshed for them i havo
(teen received by tlio Lydla i:. l'inkliam
Medicine Company, Lynn, Mass.
Youni; Olrls, Hoed This Advice.
Girls who aro troubled with nalufu!
or Irregular ixtrlods, backache, head,
acho. drainrliMMlown sensations. faliiU
Init ipells or IndlRestloii. should take
immediate action uml bo restored to
health by Lydla K. llnkhain's Vege
Ublo Compound. Thousands have been
rawtorwl to health by its use.
Write to Mrs. lMnkbaui, Ljaa,
Mas., for advice, fro.
ii . .... ..
. F "j MikKsl
Mr It. V. Kent was in Louisville
n business Sunday
Mr. L. A. Nevius spent the day
in Cincinnati Sundny.
Pr. U. .1 Brown has cone oast lo
Merid a month tukinir spccinl work
in New York and Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mm. J. !'. Cummins nml
Mr. and Mm. J. S. Hiee motored
over to Lexington Inbt week.
Mrs. C. L. Carter, of (IreeiiH-i
bimi, N. (' is visitiiiK relaties in
Itoyle. She will come hero this week
for ii visit.
Miss Cimie Cunmnliaiii was in
HiiNtoiiiillo isiliu Mis Anpio Ciir
Missi-i Nntinio and Sailiu Cetli'i
liiivn returned to t licit home in I'nih
Orolinril after vimtiuv Mi-H Herllm
Wi-l and i i lends in Danville.
A iloliulttfiil ommiI of the week
w'll he the iiinrriuKu on Vednoidnv
of Miss Nell Wariet lo Mr. J. ('.
Osborne, of Kiiotvillo Toiin. The
oeroinony will bo performed nt tlio
Presbyterian I'liurelt nl half past
four o'clock, Ilcv. P. L. Uriieo, the
pastor, orfirniiiii I In rcremottv.
Mm. William II. .laoksoii of Loti
:m has aunoiiuct'il the eiiuncemeut
if I cr diiucliter Catherine .lac-son
to Mr. William Franklin French of
Itichmond. The wciMinj; will take,
place Seutembcr l'J.
Mrs. 0. F. Ashmoro from Peorif.,
HI .nitl Mrs. Klla flieen from Iltis
tonvillc, 'ire visilin their sister in
itiw Mm Itettie Harnett!.
Slisies Pearl Aldndce. and Ilat
tie Durh.im, returned Friday to I)u
lant, Okla., nfter a delightful visit
Mr. and Mrs. II. 1). Aldriihrc at
tended the sale, ol his brother M. (1.
Aldridsc, in Oarriinl county Satur
iliiy. He will leave soon to reside
Mrs. A. 0. Kiislliit'il who has been
xisitins her dauchter, Mrs. Sam C.
Walker, near Perryville has returned
to her home in I,ouisvilIc.
Mr. uiid .Vrii. Thomas If. Shnnkri,
have ulnincil f'om a visit to Jl'.
and Mis. If. II- I'utnnm nt Lebmiu',
Krnest Richardson of .lunctinn
City visited friends licio Siui'lay.
Miss Sophie Alcorn returned home
Sunday from an extended trip
thoatb Ki rcpo nud C-..cda.
Misses Je.-sio and Joan MoKeoh
t,:.. Vtff ilu .!'( of .Mi- An-t.o
I'tshhaok nt Mt Verron last week.
Mm. Mary K. Woodcocl: of Cali
fornia, who is visiiim; Mis. 15. J
lliirhum, in Danville, will urnvo Wed
nesday to visit her niece Mm. K. T.
Mis Fannie Searcy, of Iiwrcnco
liui: is tlio tfuest of Miss ICato Davis
Unney. Messrs Geo. Gaines nml
Frank Hiitehcviu uUn of Lawrom-c-bun:
were uusts Surtluj at tho ln.n.o
of Miss Itauuy
i Mr. F. Kichoiiberxcr was in Cin
ciiinali Sunday with Ins son Il:in
lo the ay.
William Mccs, who has been prc
scriptmu clerk at Penny's dni store
lor seoi:il moiiths, lias lelurued to
his houii: in Louisville to nccept a
iostjon. lie made manv friemN
M-'nlo here, who regretted to see him
Mm. John Daugherty li.u heeii
ery ill f blood p(isoniti, caased
!y tho bite or stuc of some iu&cct
I'.-iriui; berry time.
Mr. J. S. Hundley, of Hoyle, vis
ited relative", and friends here this
II. C. Huploy spent 3 few days
villi his daughter Mm. I(. It. Ilour
1:111 in Marion county.
Kcv. A. A. I lifT-rins of filii-sow is
h'-re, the truest of his areiits, Mr
nud Mrs. W. II. IIi'skiiir.
Mrs. W. II. Curtis, is vi-itini; Mrs.
Allie Allcuder. nt Lexington, also
relatives in Nicholasville.
Mrs. William (larrisou, and little
son Willie ,of Itichmond were ','iiof ts
of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Wilcox near
Proachcisvillc and attcudiui; the
assoointiou at Hood Hope.
V.. H. Minute!, sou o' W. T. Muuii
el, who lias liceii 'tliV ill or tvplcnd
fever nt I'nindoxtor. W. T Mauui'l
lias roturiied fruui vitin his sou,
who is now impto.'iii.'.
Announcement. The Stanford
Opera House opens for iho season
Saturday September, !Mh with "D.in-
iel limine y the Trail". This is an
I attraction that should appeal lo ev-
Jirv Kentueki.iii. as the scenes aro
lull taken from the bluo crass re
Marshall Stone, has purchnscd
from J. W. lloehester, nml C. Hays
Foster n third interest in the tho
Stanford Opera House, nml they
will endeavor to please tho publio
with their motion pictures.
There will be n pie supper nt the
Walnut Plat School house o ntho
Crab Orchard pike on Saturday
ni;.'lit, Sept. I), for tlio benefit of
the sfhool library. Come and buy
(I. L. Penny Mutes that if Mi-o-mt
Sloiuneh Tablets fail to end the mis
ery of indigestion or stomach dis
tress of iinv kind money back. 50
A Barcain. 12 II. P. Foos (in-
line couiiio ; rophicod by liloottio Mo
lor. P. O. Hox .'in.t, Danvillo, K ,
Wnntcd.-Oood llntisukeeplm; mac
iine ieiiiiles llio service of a repre
sontntio in Stnutord to look utter
Mlbscliptioii lonewitls uml to extend
cm illation by special methods winch
luno proved unusually uuocessful. ;
Salary and commissi Previous i
experience desiruble, but not assen
tial. Whole tune or spare time. Ad- I
dress, with referent e. ,1, F. Fair-
banks, (lood Ilioisekcopim; Maga
zine, .181 Fourth Ave., New York '
City. (i-'J. I
A sold wntcli fob was left on tho
dining loom tabli at the Hap'.ist
Association in Stanford Wednesday.
Owner can have same by applying
at this office and pnyiii; lor this ml.
Have your rubber lireinj: done nt
Pence Hros. $1-1, $15 and fit!, best
Count. Clerk Geo. It. Cooper has
appointed Mr. K. (I. (lilliluml of
Wnynesluinr. deputy county clerk for
Hint section. Mi. Oillilund is em
powered to write mortgage deeds,
prepare ension iiajM-rs and other
lejrnl work and tin notarinl work.
See him if you need anything in that
I nm now ready to eschungo Hour
for whent nt my roller mill ut Ot
tenheim. Charles Enslin. 044
Edgar Hates is expected home in
a few days from ('rah Orchard,
where he has been playing in the
orchestra. Ho is an expert niiisi
t i.m and has plaved at this popular
lesiut for a number of seasons. He
will resoine his studio in Central
on tho opening of college. Dauwllc
Miss Fannie Lawson, of Iyouisville
rged 4'J years died last week, and
was buried tit her old homo ir. Junc
tion City on Friday. She is survived
ItV two children. Mrs. Lawson was
u sister ot .Mrs. W. U. Surlier.-
If you aro considering buying a
cut tor or silo filler of any kind see
C. L. Dawes or phone 41) anil he will
tall on jou with the best cutter pro
I usition on the market. (i'.)-.'i
There will bo an ice cream sup
per and cntertain'iiLiit at the Hub
ble Chtistinu church on Friday, Sept
Slh. All aro invited.
The largest crowd scon iu Stau
foid this year will proluhlv bo pres
ent hero next Wednesday and Tliurs
day when the big Huiigliliiuil sales
trill he held. 'Iho recent rains have
put the fanners to feeling good and
all aro going after the cliissj offer
ings of horses, mules, mares and
colts, cattle and sheep. Dinner
will bo served free to all.
Mr. John Eiigleman the hots "water
melon nnd tomnto grower brought
tho I. J., five of tho largest toma
toes it has seen in many years. Tho
biggest weighed 1 1 ounces. Who
tail beat thsf
There will bo pvcathiug service nt
the Haplist church Sunday inorume
and evening 1:15 and 7:.10 P. M.,
Sunday School .it !):H A. M.,
Wntcli next week for the Stau
fonl Opei a House' ad. They will
ufler a good at tract ion Saturday
night, September, Uth.
No. a, Houth, 10:44 A M.
No.Jt, .Sorth.f.lU A. M.
No. t. North, SUV v. H,
JOS. 8. RICE, Agent.
FRUIT AND SHADE TREES
Everything for Orchard Lawn
Writ for Free Catalogue. No. Ainti
H. P. HILLENMEVER A SONS.
BUGGIES FOR SALEI
Hiuitn; liotiKht nn iiutomobile, I
will offer for sale nt our lug sale
next week, two Moyer rubber tire
liuL'LMes. one u side prin,' bnrav;
also two sets of harness; cvervtlini;
I'ood as new nud will be u Imrffii
lor someone. These buinjiis will
-old at li;IO
A. M., Sept. 7. CU
For Sale Mv hoot m l..i i .tlntt'
strict II. C. Hntiv'o ai. iMf
DON'" FORGET THE BAUGH
MAN LiVE STOCK COMPANY'S
BIG SALES NEXT WEDNESDAY
AND THURSDAY, SEPJ 6 ami 7.
GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER.
Arrangements huve been coni
t.l.leil wlierebv we are ouablod to
oiler the daily Courier-Journal until
Dei ember ;10, lllil and THE IN -TKIflOK
JOFHNAL one full jenr for
onl.v .?l.fcn. The regular prit f
the Courier .loiirnal is ,"tt) cents u
month. This is a icmarkuble offer,
nnd the sooner you send in your or
der the longer you will get the Cour
ier .lourtml. The political campaign
is on, keep posted by reading the I. J
All oiders must be sent to the Inter
ior Journal not to the Courier Jour
Wedding presents in gTeat varie
ty. W. K. Mueller, Jeweler. C7tf
For Sale Second hand wagon; as
good as now. Pence Bros. G7tf
We havs a burr for a farm ot
nbout 100 acres well improved nnd
on pike. If you have anything near
this, list it with us. Hughes & Mc
Carty, Stanford. C2tf
Ttirrt mort Ckurrh to Udm mtUo t U roustir
IhAa U vthtt dmn put uttUar. wta tke UM
tw ,m wu tuppoMd u lx tornrable. tot tnl
auir ytm 4(Ktors prau4 It A tottl 4IMMe u4
prmrnlKd kl rrmwliM. tad y nomaur Ullinf
to rur with local Irtalmrat. prvaountfd It Inmrablft.
Jcl'urr hit proifD Caurrti M a MMtltvtKnal tilt
n, and Urrtlra ttvutm MaMIWHaaal uwtmrat.
Iltll Catarrti Can. aiaaalartrl fcy r J. Caatf
i l . ToU-d". Ohio. H Mm Mir CaaiUMUanal run on
llw laukct. It U UkfB InUnullr l M
drofj to a tmipooarul. It axa dlrxllr tat kK)M
mil tniHmn Mflam Dt tar aratrat. Tar rr nt
lliitulrrtf oaliara lor aar tar H avtU la cure. ffeM
(or rlrraia mod tMUBMalaM.
ArtJrnr K J eilKSKV A CO. Tal4. AakV
hoM br rrrita. I.
laac lUU'i faalU ma tar llnlkAillM
For Sale. Good second hand
wagon and harneet. Pence Pros.,
For Sale My home on lower
.Main street. Possession at once.
Mm. L B. Cook. l7tf
Mr. ami .Mr. William MeCoinuick
wish to express their many thanks
to their friends who were so kind and
llionghttul of them in our rcecnt loss
liy fire. "A friend in need is a friend
There will bo nn iee orcnm supper
nnd entertainment nt the Ilitliii'e
( hristinn church on Friday night
September 8th nil are invited.
The death of George W. JM'
sons of Uockoastlo county, ago 74
means the passing of one, of a' clnss
which unfortunately only n few re
main. Ho wni honest and sincere
iu all the term means and implies.
Born nnd reared where and when
bolls nnd locks were never needed
to protect property, he never could
find the need of them. He had no
use for law or courts, under all cir
cumstances applying the Golden
Rule, "do unto others ns you would
have them do you". Ho renred a
largo family and had lint little of
this world's" goods, but to tho needy
the latch strintr alwnvs hung on the
outside, both fisrur.itively nnd liter
ally speaking. He bnd no education
anil Mich words as graft ho never
know. To himself ho has erected
imiuiui'ont. more lasting and highei
limn could bo erected hv lloekefollor
of Morgan, ''lie wns true to any
The Daniel Boone company that
plavs nt our local playhouse. Sat
urday lltli. carry with them a band
of Indians nml a number of wolves
Watch for nnnounecment later.
As iisiuillv treated, n sprained
ankle will disable a man for three
or four weeks, but by applying Chniu
berlnin's Liniment freely as soon as
the iiiiurv is received, and ohserv
:.... iV, .lirootiiios wilti ench bottle.
' 1 I.. .tt.,..A !.. frnm two
to four days! Foa, by all deal
Books for your state, nnd county
Mate are now ready. Please call
and settle. W. L. McCarty, vhcntl.
Phone No. 168 (or fire insurance
on vour tobacco in barn. R. M. Ncw
Lost, between Oati Orchard and
Stanford, riiii? with several kevs.
"iu of which is miiuhor 40 to safety
' I'llipo-it box. PlcniMcavo nt Lin-
f coin Nutionnl Hnpk.
..Ilk Vn t win
W. S. rlh .-teients only fe net
and strongest Insurance companies.
Let him keep ywu protest'. 34 if
For Sale. I mil s,n at public
outcry in fiont of too emu I house
Moor in htnni'oid on Monday Sept II
count v court day, nt 1 o'clock P. M.
10 shares of stock iu the Hank of
'Morclnnd. H. W. MtOuffoy, Adin'r
W. L. Dishoii. tiS- lp.
.Mr. and Mrs. James Piuilt of
Cnmpbellsville were the guests of Mr
and Mrs. S. Ii Pruitt last Suturtlny
The wheat crop this year nvcrages
nbout fifteen bushels, un acre.
Mr. J. A. Weddle and family ire
attending the Somerset fair.
Mr. George Uinwiddie and father
ol Ilustonville spent one day lust
ueek with Mr. and Airs. James II.
Mrs. J. O. McAlister and daughter
of Lexington, are visiting Mis. B.
Kveryoiie seems to be busy buying
iu their winter supply of coal.
A large crowd went from here to
the Somerset fair Thursday.
Mr. B. Chancellor, of Stanford
took dinner with Mrs. James II.
Pruitt lust Saturday.
Mrs. G. B. Pruitt has in her new
Moreland is still on the improve,
Mr. Tom Best is building a new
Miss Addie McAlister and Misses
Elizabeth nnd Josephine Cox spent
the day with their aunt Mrs. G. B.
Mr. James Hubbard moved from
Cooper's house to Mrs. Priscilla
Brown's house in town.
John Oliver, colored, is out again
nfter a few weeks illness.
Misses Ada and Minellc Pruitt
enjoyed an nuto ride to Danville with
their cousins Mr. and Mrs. James
It. Pruitt of Cmnpbellsville.
Mrs. Mnrv Straub of Stanford is
visiting her brother Mr. B. B. King.
.Mr. James Trace nnd fnmil.v left
last Tuesday morning for Somerset
where they will visit her people
Mr. Lewis and family of Berea,
aro visiting E. J. Godbcy.
Mr. nud Mis. I. S. White were
tailed to the bedside of their brother
in lnw Mr. Levi Myers.
Mr. Levi Kc'ley who moved from
Morolniid n .short time ago was Intel
last Satiuday. He took dinner with
Mrs. Iluby Arhill nml daughter of
Itichmond nre the guests of Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. C. Xcal.
REVIVAL AT FAIRVIEW.
L'evival services will continue un
til Thursday night at Fairview. Quite
a good deal of interest is being mnni
festcd and it seems much good is
being done. Nineteen bnve united
with the church to date. He v. J. B.
Joi.es is assisting the pastor, Kev.
A. G. Poker. The baptismal service
will bo held Thursday nfternoon ut
three o'clock at Logan's creek on
tho Somerset road.
"Molly and I agree that counter
feit money and bubstltuto goods
come from tho same parents. The
coin and the Roods way very closely
rtvtemble the genulno but behind them
Is neither honor or nonesty. You
will 11 nd no substitutes, only tho
genuine of standard quality at Coffey
Now Is the time for that Ice Cream
Freezer and Water Cooler. We hay
- COFFEY 4 COLEMAN,
Phone 1Mt .. Prwfiat DeUvtfy(
i5J ' 'MI!R.
TIE NEW FEORIA-A Success
We sold last year several New Peo
ria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested
in every way. The new Disc Furrow
Opener followed by a shoe enables you
to deposit grain in the furrow at a uni
form depth. The drills have proven a
success and we recommend them. Call
and get circulars and become posted.
W. H. Higgins.
We have just received our
O Ladies' Shoes in pat
ents, Vicis, Gun Metal, Vel
vets, Cravenettes. Suedes,
This is the famous May Mantell
line which is noted for quality,
style and snap in ladies footwear!
We invite you to
pare this line of
HUGHES, MARTIN & CO.
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes
If You Have Not Worn One of Our
Guaranteed All Wool Suits
And Take His Advice
IF YOU HAVE WORN ONE. WE
KNOW IT HAS GIVEN YOU SATIS
FACTION, FOR WE SOLD IT T
YOU UNDER A POSITIVE GUAR
ANTEE AND HAVE HAD NO COM
PLAINTS. WHY NOT BUY WHAT YOU
KNOW IS GOOD AND RUN NO
RISK. DON'T BUY SOMETHING
ELSE. BECAUSE SOME OTHER
FELLOW, JUST WANTS TO SELL
YOU. BUT HAVE A HEAD OF
THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFN
ER, & MAR ALL WOOL CLOTHING
inspect and com
goods before pur