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THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. MAY 31. 1912
We have had seventy years
of experience with Aycrs
Cherry Pectoral. This
makes us have great confi
dence in it for coughs, colds,
bronchitis, weak throats, and
weak lungs. We want you
to have confidence in it, as
welL Ask your own doctor
what experience he has had
with it He knows. Keep
in dose touch with him.
One of AVer's Pills it bedtime will csusa
ta Incmitd flow of bile and produce a
gentle laxttlre effect tbe dijr following,
ronauia oft Cm trvl, Sha It to yuu
doctor. He will understand ( flinc.
Dote, one pill at bedtime, utt one.
Mad. Ska . O. ATSB CO, UrwU. Maaa.
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
Mis Iou Hooker, cntne down
from Iluttonville, Tuesday nml nent
the ! with Mr. 0. II. Cojer.
Mr. .Mnry Strnuli bin returned
from n vixit to her brother, Mr. I'.
II King at Morelnml.
Mr. OeorK Ilnrri, of I.ancnitpr,
here Tuesday f.ir n tdiort time,
(,n In way to Birmingham, Aln.
Mrs. C. Fish, of I'nint Lick, is
here'' viMtinc her tvn, Mr. W. S.
ikIiI nml family.
Mih Anna Wnrren hns accepted
the ioition n8 bookkeeper nt J'en
ny's ilruu tor.
Mr. Jnek Hoirt ntiil Mis Elizabeth
Iliemns ent Tuetxlay nt Mr. Wil
liam' OoochV nt Goshen.
Mr. Charles Rninen, of flreenville,
S. C. ban returned home after a vitt
it to hi MKtcr, Mrri. How en.
Mr. Susan Yenjjer, left Thurdny
for Jyouiville, where she will visit
Jlrwff. R. Rice.
Mr, Alex Denny and Mn. Mnttie
f)upiin, of Lancaster, are here vi
itimr MiM Margaret and l'atiline
Mr. J. I). New land, f Lebanon
.Itinetion, i vinitmc her sistir, Mrs.
Mis Ophelia Laeley, of Crab
Orchard, came down Saturday and
sient Sundny, wftb the Mis'-es Al
corn. Mrs. M. E. Fish and Monte Ki-h
lKrd through Saturday, on their
way to Loninville to visit her
daughter, Mr. Reinhart.
Mrs. II. II. Cnddell, of Lniicnter,
stied here Monday, on her wnv
home, she had ben viMting lier niece
J. C. Lay nt Corliin. Her little ne
phew, Carl Lay, Teturned Mtll her.
Mi-sc Grace May Cochran. Flor
ence Johnson and Mamie Monica,
who were here nttendini; commence
ment eereies spent Friday "witli
JI1.1 Allie Russell Fish.
Mii-r Mnrjrnret nnd Julia Za
iKHir, if l.nncni.ter, have returned
home after a visit to Mcsdames Will
and Mnrhall Stone.
Ir, linorc", of Crab Orhcnrd, has
returned home, after n short wit
to Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Price. Ili
daughter. Mrs. Lena LiviujMon, of
Cinciiinnti, has nKo been the Kuc-t
of Dr. and Mrs. A. S. IViee.
' ' KW
a glass or
It makes one think of
and wholesome and delightful. Bright,
ling, teeming with palate joy it s
your soda fountain old oaken bucket.
p Our new
Cola vindication at Chatta
nooga, for the asking,
Demand the Genuine
THE COCA-COLA CO
vou ire in
Miss l'ntsy Klnnnlrd, uf Lancas
ter Is visiting Mi8 Lyle Cooper.
Mrs. J. II, Miindny, of Rowland is
with friends in Louisville.
Miss Liccie Heozlcy Is vi-dling her
sister Mrs. I. C. Snndiilgc at Mil
ledgeville. Miss Annie Johnson has returned
home after n visit to relatives nt
Littleton Wnrren is visiting his
Mstcr, Mrs. C. F, Gnrnctt at Crnb
Mr. J. L. Murphy nnd children, of
Frankfort, nre vIMtiug Mrs. V. L.
Muriiiiy nnd family.
Mr. 1 1. C. Anderson was in Louis
ville several days this week on busi
liexs. Miss Minnie Rupley has returned
home from St. Augustine, Kin., where
she has been teaching.
Miss Virginia lleazley, of Lancas
ter, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Will
Mis Ilettic I'axton returned home
Wednesday crn'nig after n lengthy
visit to friends in Louisville.
MifS Clara Collier has returned
home .ifler a visit to Misses Snllie
nnd Marv Ilurdette.
1 Mrs. J. F. Holdam nnd Miss Mollie
ltnxik-, of Crnb Orchard, were here
a Kliort time Thursday.
Mrs. V A. Itlnin ill lenvcsSntur
dny for Krankfnrt to sec Miss Annie
Lewis Gentry grndunte.
1 Mr. Jamie Carpenter and Hum
side Huffman, of Crnb Orchard,
were here a short time Tuesday.
Dr. T. W. Pennington attended the
Kentii"kv State Dental A.sneiatLin
in l.ouiille Monday, Tue-dny and
Mrs. Joan Ball, has returned io
her home nt Lnncnster after a visit
t her daughter, Mrs. Boliun Camp
bell. Mr. Emil Hess, of Cincinnati, sale
manager for the Snyers and Sco
ville Co., paid their salesman Mr.
George I). Wenren n visit Wednes
day. Misses Bettie McCnnn Perry and
Sophia Saunders have returned
home after a viit to Mrs. McDowell
Mrs. Tom Shanks and grand
daughter, Margaret Shanks are vis
iting Mr. Kirby Bourne, at New
Mi's Ethel Fettro has returned to.
her home at Fort Wayne, Ind. Miss
Fettro has made many friends here,
uho regret very much to see her
The International Sundny school
convention f.r Lincoln county will
be held in the Christian church of
Stanford on June fith nnd 7th. Din
ner will be M-ncd to the delegates.
All nre cordially invited.
Mr-. Henry Simp.on, nnd little
daughter Elizabeth L.igan, of Lan
caster, cnne over Tuesday for a
few days' stay with hir hu-bniid,
who is wrth the Metropolitan Insur
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Hutchinson?
of Oucntoti, who have been visiting
his H-U-r, Mrs. M. II. Snlin. are
visiting her sister Mr. Gravely at'
Mr-. T. J. Goode and little trrnnd
dmiL'hter. Mis Marguerite MeClure
left todav for C rab Orchard to vi-it
lelutives anil friend".
Mrs. William Adams nnd sweet
little daiiL'hter. Yirinmii v"ve return
ed to their home nt Somer-et. after
n nlensant two weeks' visit to Mrs.
Adniii-' mother. Mrs. Sarah Davton
Filled to the brim with
coldjclcarpurity no such
back tbc old days with
ai made by
Mr. and .Mrs. Jmiics Hubbard, of
Morelnml. were the irucsts of Mr.
and Mrs. James MeBce. Sunday.
Mrs. J. W. Cocking and Mrs. J. T.
IliUIer. of McKinncv. weic in town
Mrs. W. 0, Fish who has been vis
iting her son W. S. Fish has returned
tj her home at Paint Lick.
Mutt flonilln Wo.l.l ,.f l'.l. ri.l...
- .. .. ........ 11. Illli II, v Iflll ll in1"
nril. "Dent Thuisdnv with .Mrs. Bes
Mrs. J, J. Dickev is attending the
Mate federation of Women's Club,
which meets t Mammoth Cave.
.Mrs. walker .MuWIurtcr. of Rich-
Illilllll IlliM fiihlfnuil linnin ... n
visit to Mrs. Huff Duddcrar. nt
to her home in Louisville, alter u
visit 10 ner uarciits. .Mr. and .Mrs.
Mr. unit Mri Tl....u Vlll...,
- " ' ., - no .iuilt:illl.
of Louisville, ore visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. ('. McC'lurv and other rela
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Cnrncnter. of
HiiNtoiiviUc. arc receiving thp con
irrnttihitions of their triends unnn the
iirnvn! nf n cvrrrt !if!a irrlif i...m..1
dauuliter in their home.
JV11S4 .Miircnrut Kliiiiriifu .f tK..1.
mond. has returned home after nl
.i . !... I . I. . 1. ... . ...
w-.11 it, hci urouier. .vir. vv. iv. onu
L'ars. Master W. K. Sliuars return
ed home with her to reuinin several
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Don't forget the ice cream nnd
strawberry supper to be given in the
Baptist church jard by the ladies
of that church toniuht. Admission
Just received straw hats for the
little folks, Misses and bjys in nil
kinds. Sain Robinson.
Thc operetta, "American Girl,,
thut wns given during commence
ment week wns presented bv pupils
of Misses Fettro and Jnckon. in
stead of Miss Ballou as was stated
in the rush of commencement pro
gram", etc. It was a splendid testi
mony to their good work.
Big Opening. Golden Dawn
Springs will have big wpening Thurs
day afternoon nnd evening June Cth,
Ball game in afternoon between Hus
tonville and Middleburg. Big sup
er also dance after 8 P. M. Good
mil-Jo. Everybody invited.
There will be work in the Muster's
degree F. & A. M next regular
meeting night, Monday June 3, 191'
II. C. C'arpenlei, Seo'y.
T. D. Kewlnnd can furnish you
fre-h Strawberries every day by the
quart or crate.
See the special prizes on display
nt Penny's drug store.
Rev. II. F. Surles will celebrate
his first anniversary as pastor of
the Hustonville Baptist church on
Sunday. All of the members of the
church nre cordially urged to be
There came to my plnce, n steer.
Owner can get same by describing,
paying for keep and this notice. W.
L. Cordier, Stanford, Ky.
Thrrr l mo Caurtb iu f lit. prrtkm fif tt ftfiirtf7
nun fcii ciiirr awi n.i lu.ruitr. iu 11.-111 u.v uji
itAtp m .upinimM to lw mtutxbtt. fur 1 rrtkt
juui, ynn durlurt ironouarrl it a lural dvrav mtc
orrtrf-riUl local nmidus. aiu2 br cuutaziiJr ZaLirj
to rure itii loral tri-MtbHit, prtMiuutirvO it Uirurat)
icltrv tiA. prutru (iunb to bt a wi.tltu1loi.al i
a., and thrrrfim K-juirra fti.titutiooal trratiufm
Haul rvarth wr. maiiuUi-turt-a by I J Clirt..)
I T'Mtlo. Ol.f n I. the rinij ctnatitutkral rure oc
he -nirart 11 la lakcu iot4maiir 11 lwi trim It
Irus. X, a trnr..inliiL It art. dlmtly ifi tie I.m.iC
ml miv i. .iirlja of ihe ryt em Thy nr.i ctm
ndrrj d' a 'ur a y fur it U.la to ruta. Su
j: pj ir aa4 te-ii-wirtiuite.
A.dtn r ' MI1NKV CO ruleflo. OUta
r.d I r n.ttM. 'f
la&t- II ' ''",. 's ri tiri-
Insure with the leadlnq com
panies. Fish & Bromley represent
them. All lines.
I will be absent from my studio
011 Wednesday only for the .present.
Miss Sacrny. 42-J.
Mail order groceries, investigate
and save money. John B. Iliggins,
Stanford, Ky. Phone 74. 40-2.
, Bargains in Shoes. As we have
decided to close out our line of
shoes we will sell nt a bargain every
day until' sold out, as follows: $3
shoes at t'J.o nnd $l.ia shoes at
$1.50, $1.50 shoes nt $1.25, rncn'b
tan low cuts $3.25 at $2.50, nil kinds
of children's nnd misses' slippers nl
bargain prices. Come. We nre glad
to show our line of shoes. W, M.
Thoinnsoii. Holdnm's Mill Kv. -13
The I. J. has been trving to find
room to mint the history and reso
lutions rend nt the 30th iinuiversnrv
of tho Hustoiiville Ilantist church,
ami hopes to be nble to run them
m Notice! Poultry Raise
V R 4-11-44
Cholera. Ganes. Limberneck. Roup. Canker,.
src-uiJrr, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry
MuaKatwBaaat.Baabowa.Kr.. Mru "J ka umJ Bedoa 4-1 M4 for ?.aaaJliinklltlbl
poulirr lemadr Bad. Ilctufaitsnaadliaibtnmk wtthoulfail, ..... , . ...,,
JViU Cooaua. Baritowa. Kr,ai 1Oaa diop U Redp. 4-1 1 M dropped Anrt uw bill U a apui
claciaUUlkawenaaadiclwTMlliclikklatfaailr. Iiiitkablitraitaalbaff tUHl.
Hrg. aid CMrulwd by i. fell Crunt. sUrdriown, Ky. Price 50c it til Drutfbu.
SOLD BY PENN Y'S DRUG STORE.
HOW BLOOD IS MADE.
iH!e lu',, ,nd he dilated foodi In the illmenUrr canal pan ttiroatth the
Wl a . """' in, ,he h,ood' Thi Proccaa ii called abtorfition and takes place
chiefly from the imall intettine. After absorption the blood carriea the food
through the body, and each cell takea from the blood the fcod it needs. A pure
Hbeerie extract made from bloodroot, mandrake, stone, queen's root and golden
J!1' i""1 J0'"1 hy druMlits for the past forty eara under the name of Dr. Pierce's
polden Medical Discovery. ives uniformly excellent results as a tonic to help
in the assimilation of the food end In the absorption by the blood of the food
it requires. Eradicate the poisons from the blood with this alterative extract
which docs ntt shrink the white blood corpuscles, because containing no alcohol or
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inm neaun. i
F. R. lltrmo, EJ.
1'Jcrce, aa ha cures when
Fresh ear lime in barrels nt W. II.
Prof. Williiim Martin will address
fanners at court home Saturday
afternoon. June 1 at 2 o'clock.
J. W. Acev hns boitcht a Ford auto
from W. E. (Hover and went to
Louisvillo this week to bririir it home
Crawford's Comedians' ball team
was defeated bv the Lnastcr team
this weel: bv n corc of 5 to 1.
The Prt-divtcrinti Bro'thtThood will
meet at the church on Sunday June
Jnd at P. M.
Sunday services at the Bantist
ehurch. Itegiilnr worhhit) 1Q:45 A.
M.. an.1 7:45 P. M. Morning sub
iect. "The Christian's Pest Gift."
Evening subject. "Benentnnce". Sun
day school 9:30 A. M.. B. Y. P. U.
Crawford's Comedians enrrv a
complete nnvilinn theatre and a line
of high class nlavs. Two band con
Foreicn Mission Day at tbe Pres
byterian church Sunday June 2.
Bible school at 0:30 A. M. .Morning
service at 11 in which the school
will tmrticiitate. Young neoole's
meeting at 7 P. M. Evening service
at 7:30 Subiect "John and the Gos
tiel ot the Sou of God."
Price Bourne sold two weanling
mules to Vic Lear for $140. Nelse
Marsee bought an aced horse from
Mr. Turner for $70.
Mr. Elmer Chestnut who hns been
mourned for dead the imst 12 years,
has been located in Oklahoma. Ho
is the son of L. 1). Chestnut and left
home IS years ago hitving written,
home once during the time, but he
uas keut uo in touch with the hfrie
news bv being a regular subscriber
to hit. home uaner. .Mr. Chestnut to
gether with his sister. Mrs. Chas.
Uurdette. of Broken Arrow. Okla..
aie exiiected in a short time to visit
the liiend ot Ills old home.
Jim Sutton sold to Vic Lear eight
U00 uound hogs at 7 1-S cent.
Miss Murgaret Jenkins hits returned
from a several days' stuv at Shelbv
ville with friends.
Key. J. . .Malum, who Jin been
tireucliing once u month lor the Mt.
Hebron church, accented a temi
moiithlv call last Sunday extended
him liom the biime conni-iitiun.
Mr. Mnliiin will resign the eare of
tbe Ml. Jlebron church, vvheie he bus
been nastor lor u vear.
.Miss Kav Jeukuis ret' - Irom
Ciiifiimati where she bus been with
her little netihew. John Gallagher,
who is under a tihvsieian of that
ilnce lor suinal tiouble. He is much
A sootier will be given b the la
dies ot the Pleasant Grove church
next Fndav evening.
Two voting "gentlemen" advertis
ing a saloon at church nt Mt. He
bron lust Sunday, in a runaway
weru thrown from their buggv to the
ground. One of them was iniured.
The 1 tightened horse did consider
able damage to two other vehicles on
tbc road bide.
A TEXAS WONDER.
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, removing grav
el, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregu
larities of tbe kidneys nnd bladder
in both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in hildren. If not
gold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1: One small
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect n cure. Send
for testimonials from Kentucky and
other states. Dr. E. W. ITnll, 2920
Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by
The marriage of Miss Mnyme
Ramsey of this city, to Mr. James
Miller Holloway, of Chattanooga,
Tenn., was celebrated Wednesday
afternoon nt three o'clock nt her
homo -.vn Lancaster street, the Itev.
P. L. Bruce, of tho PresbyJerian
oiner injurious Ingredients, lhus the body can be built
cp strong lo resist disease. This is a tonic taken from
Nature's garden that builds up those weakened by disease.
Dr. I'ierce, founder of the Invalids' Hotel at Buffalo,
N.V., has reoaived many letters similar to the following I
Ma. ram R. Uxnrno, of Tand!.. N S- writes t "I Uk rat
t.Jraijra In Titln mi as rreantt mr raa and Its tor. In PerUrr
Nr I was taken lth Typhmd Ftrrr. which put ma In a drradful eon
dlt.rm. 1 aa trralr, r doira, nertwa and mt mluerd to a mrrt
rktlilm. I lad tried moat TrTthlr I could rrt but nothln did rre
any axnd tntll, at la.t, I vaa adrlted to try Dr. Merre's Golden Medical
JhKwery, and i'leaaant I'elleta.' which I did. llefore I had uaed one
ltu I saw a creat Improvement and when I hrfl uaed thla treatment
two month,, uilnrcnlyafew ylaliof 'I'leaaant I'elleta.' 1 returned to
thla wonderful medlrlna. I a1vl. all .iin.rr ,n mr4M i.V it v
rannot nna worua to eanreas my thaakrajneaa ror
Mis Comic MeClure, of Ocean
Sn-ings, Mi-., wan the tnmd of hon
or and the bridegroom enteied itli
the best mnn, Mr. Vnn Eastland, of
Chattanooga. The parlor wan beau
tifully decorated in pink peonies nnd
mila.x, and the house wan lighted
with pink and white candles. The
wedding march was played by Mrs.
Bromley on the violin. Miss Olive
Frank, of Louisville, sang a sold
very appropriately. The bride was
charming in n handsome tan coat
suit with hat to match and carried a
botmet of white carnations nnd lilies
of the valley. The maid of honor
was gowned in white embroidered
marquisette over white satin nnd a
large whrte hat. The little ribbon
bearers were her nieces, Misses Ar
nolu Hamey, of Paint Lick and
Elizabeth Bright of this city. Her
other 'little niece Lucille Bamsey, )f
1 anenster, was the flower girl. Im
mediately after the wedding they
drove to Danville to take the train
for an eas'tern wedding journey, af
ter which they will return to Chntta
nnoga to make their home. Mrs
Holloway formerly lived there and
was very popular in social circles.
Mr. Holloway holds a lesponsible
position with the Southern railway.
The out of town people who attend
ed the wedding were: Miss Hollo
way, of Spring City, Tenn., Miss
Wilson, of Chn'ttanooga, Miss Olive
Frank, of Louisville. Mrs. J. P.
Frank, Mr. nnd Mrs. John E. Frank.
Messrs, Arthur nnd Allen Frank f
Danville. Miss M. Russell, of Dan
ville. Mesdnmes Horace Herndon,
and Givens Terrill, of Lancaster.
Mis. Gray, of llu'.hvillc, Ind., Mr.
John Walker, of Point Lcavell, Mrs.
B. M. Lear, nnd Misses Alma nnd
Mniy Lear, of Point Lick.
All Next Week
In Their Own Pavilion Theatre
BAND AND ORCHESTRA.
25 - PEOPLE - 25
A Complete Line Of
New Plays, Vau
Prices 10 and 25 Cents
mmd SURETY BONDS
STAN FORD, KY.
THERE IS REAL PAINT
and also some stuff mixed with
cheapening materials that is not
worthy of the name. If you have
had experience with the latter kind
you don't want another. If you
haven't take our advice and don't
experiment. Buy our real paints
and save yourself .'disappointment
nnd money as veil.
J. A. ALLER. SUrlfM-.1, Ky.
And You Owe It To Yourself To
Wear The Best.
We carry a full line of them in
All-Wool Suits from
Blue, Grey and Brown are popular
colors, and we have stocked-up on
a full line of them for your inspec
tion. They fit you, they wear
you, and cost you less
Cummins & Tearen
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EASY TO CLEAN
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Druggets, Lace Curtains
Trunks, Sewing Machines
W. A. Tribble &
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