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THE INTEHIOW JOURHAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY.
Jesse D. Wearen
Circuit Court Clerk
Competent and Qualified
To Discharge the Duties.
Primary SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1912.
Personal and Social.
Mls Kniil I'limi w wmUhk fricmN
nnil relative nt (icorj;Hon.
Mi, t'oriiio !., tl! Knoxvillo, i
Itit! Riiost of Mi," llmiiiu Wnrrcn.
.Mr. mid Mr-. Will Slmnkn went to
Hii'liiiKMiil to !.ioiul hovcral ilnyx.
Mini lllnnt'liu Viunlcvcpr rctimirtl
Homo irtim nifiiimniii n.n ..crj
weekn' May (luff.
Willinm Sprinkle hoM lii crop of
wheat to CV S. Lyon, (iripri'tr of
"Tliu IHvorhiilo Mill'' "t 1.
Mr. Margaret l.yim in vi-ltiiic licr
.l.-.nshtcr, .Mrs. Li;mi W...l at Dan
Mi I.iirilo t'ioH-r Iiiih returned
from Pmiville. wIimo kIio km tlio
cupst of Mrs. Phelps ColiU.
MiKc Hollo ami Ailelin IIuhm-II
Lnvo rcluriu'il from U-linmni titter
n vi-.lt to Mi. HurkiT.
Miss Virginia Hourno 1ms retiirneil
luino after vi-it to Mrs. Phelps
L'olih nt Danville,.
Mrs. J. H. Pnxt'm nnil iliuiL-htcr
nro nt the frnli Urcluir,! Srtnp fw
Mi- Ktln-r H. Allen is viitiny
Mr. nml Mm. K. Allen, neiir Kiinm
Min Allin Ymitis of Ijincnutcr,
win the Rii.t of Mi' Lotlio Cuthoii
Minn Uiieia Iliinlin. of Lmiisulle.
in here vi-itinc Mrs. Hcttie Caldwell,
nml other relntivex.
Mr. nml Mi. .1. ('. I.yim nrv nt
Crnh Orehnnl Springs fr n hovernl
Mint Minnie Cuter went to Crnb
Orehnnl Spring Tluiiilny to( n
itinin several ilavs.
Ilrv. J. H. Jones, of the Bnpt:.t
ehurrh, t nt Hnttlc Creek, Inkiiitf
Clirenee Singleton i vi-itinir his
Kninilinother, Mm. lluhblo nt Wny-
Dr. Olu Mo-er nml wife, of Mem
phis, Teim., mo here, visiting his
parents, Mr. mul Mrs. Mos-er.
Miss l'.llle Hnuehiumi is eampiii'.'
near Owenshoro with a erowil of
tlwenshiiio f rie mis. She has been
UMtiiuj there for i!e.ral weeks.
Mrs. ltcio. llobinson, of Louis
ville, has Rdiie to C'rah Orehnnl to
upend a week after u vMl lierc to
her ci-ter, Mrs. K. I). Kails.
Mis Klinholli Holmes has ro
inriw.l ! Ii.t lirimo ill ('rah Orehnnl
iiftcr a visit to Mr. Sjiciirs Fisher
Miss Salliu Cooke, of l'ittalmrp,
Pa., who hns heen here with her sis
ter, Mrs. Gourde H. Cooper, went to
Nasliille this week to vMt friends
Mr-. Kate P. Miller, who is spend
ing the Mimmer nt Crnh Orehnnl
Springs, enmc down Vednedny to
&Mml n week.
Mauler Paul (larmnii, sou of Mr.
.mul Mm. V.. C. (larman is in Mar
rowbone, Cumberlanil eounty the
Kiiest of his irrandpitrotits, Mr. ami
Mrs. V. I., flnviniin.
M. 1). Shearer, nml S. II. Oalts,
of Mouticello, ran down hero Wed
nesday from llustonville. whern Mr.
Shemer hud conic for his wife who
had been milking a visit to Mis. C.
M. Hack. Thev imido the t'
lliffinili in n l'.n.l nrit nml cnnl HV
f.vu.il tho rands in rather had tdmpc
until tliev nit (no MncHin county piKc
rtqmm ipteiml noaruhnunt of
contain thai vital prepartUt
in concentrated form and alii
tributaa them all over th body
without taxing til dif attion.
bcott nownc. Dloom ft cU. N. J 12-12
-up ? z i uilr
THERE IS REAL PAINT
nnd also some stuff mixed with
cheapening materials that is not
woTthy of the name. If you lmvo
had experience, with the latter kind
you don't want unother. If you
haven't tuko our advice and don't
experiment. Uuy our xz paints
and Buve yoursolf disappointment
and money as well.
A. ALLEN. tanfwi'. Ky.
Juscll Ilrown went to Ml, Vernon
Thiimday for n short stay.
Miss Kntlienno Ifeid Is the 'iiest
if .lws Mary Kodes in DamiUc.
Mr. II. ('.Walter bus been oil tliu
nek list for n few dajs.
Miss Sadie I.ilhird is KpcmlitiK
hcvcinl days at Crab Orehnnl.
Miss Oeiirnio Cabbell, the popular
telephone operator, is quite ill.
T. K. Wnlrt.ni of Lancaster was
I!. C. Walton pit back'Ifome from
SmnerM't pist in time to -vote in tjie
.Mis. .1. P. l-ariie of I.ouisillu is
with it pnn'iiU Cut, nnil Mrs. 1 1 it IT
Mrs. J. W. Acey is the piest of J
hef imients, Mr. and Mrs. ,1, W. ,
I Inches! at Lancaster.
Mrs. W. 1(. llice, of LoiiLsville,
assed through here Pnday on her
way to Crnh Orchard Springs. I
Mr. W. C. Pcttiis mid ehililieii,
who lmvo been very sick for two
weeks im ery much improved. .
Mrs. Ilitnir WilkiiiMin siM'iil Sat-
unlav ami Sunihiy with lclatncs in
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. lUbee, of
Ahhlaui are the quests of her sisters,
Mesdames J. It. Harris and J. .
Misses Klizabcth mid Xnney Jliinn
hare returned home after u visit to
their aunt, Mrs. II. C. LeComptc nt
Mr. Harry llobinsim nnd two his
tcir., uf ChtiltiifiiioKii, nr visiting
their Krnndmotlier, mid lher rela
MiHfs Jessie Norman Cnitcher,
of Nirholasvillc, .Ioseihiiie Chcmiull,,
mul Mursnret Covinuton, of Hieh
inond nnd Lydia Klmore, of Lancas
ter, compose an nttrnctive ho'ise
partv at Miss Allan 1). Meltoberts.
Mi-s Lucy Peterson, of Cuthiann
who has been vi-itim; fnetnls here,
left for Paris Friday where she will
visit her brother befxtre returning to
Entertain House Party
One of thu Host enjoyable cxents
of the beas.)ii i.imoii tho youncer bo
cml Mt, was thu leecptiou given on
rimixlay evumiig by Miss Anna 1).
Meltoberts in honor of her house
luty. Misses Crutehcr, Cheuaiilt,
Coxiiigtiiii and KlutAie. Miss Juan
.Mount, of Lancaster presided nt the
punch bowl most charmingly, nnd 14
the usual hour delightful refresh
ments wcto served. Tho evening was
a most delightful one in every way,
a charming method of presenting
her attractive guests to hocie'v here.
Among thoxe pre.scut were: Miss
Maltha Wallace Jones, Mr. H illicit
CuriHMilcr, Mi Paulino Jones, Mr.
Welch Kochester, Miss Mary M. Ma
theny, Mr. Morrison Hrighl, Miss
Mary K. McKrnney. Mr. Howard
Xevvlnnd, Miss Lylo Conner. Mr.
John M. Waters, Miss Lucy Lee
Wahiiii, -Mr. Wullucu Sinclctou, Mik
Kale Itancy, Mr, Tom PJiillips Miss
Mary M. Kancy, Mr. Hay Farmer, of
MeKinney, -Miss Mary C. Watts, Mr.
Stewmt Carson, Miss Josephine Car-pt-iiU-i,
Mr. Mac Fisher, Miss Klizn
JliHiian, Mr. llinton Coleman, Miss
LisMi lioltzclaw, Mr. Thomas Cole
man, Miss Winnio 1). Hibli, Mr. Jack
Ncnbctu, Miss, Florence Cutter, .Mr.
( la Dav'is, Miss Yernn Itout, Mr.
Hurt Outer. Miss Mary S. ()ok,
Mr. Joseph Hopper, Miss Klizabcth
lliginus, .Mr. Ilairis Coleman, Mis
1 1 ciio Woodson, of Danville, Mr.
John Meltoberts, of Lancaster,
Misses Patsy Kinnaird, Pernio Lear,
Kathleen Wnlteis, Maiy Klmore, An
mu Mm gn ret Klkiu, -MIhs Joan Mount
of Lancaster. Messrs, Knig, of Lan
caster, liastiu, Witheis, MuCarty
Cooper, Hill and Vcager.
His Landlady's AoVTtr
Probably Saved His Life
I feci that Dr. Kilmer's Swnrap
Hoot baved my life. 1 iuherited
weak kidneys. Tho discharge was
t-o frequent and painful that 1 would
lmvo to btay in bed to obtain tem
porary ichcf. I consulted good why
bicians hut the results were disap
pointing. My landlady udvised mo
to try Swamp-Hoot ns tho lust re
sort, 'which 1 did mid I wus quickly
I continued taking Swuiup-Root
nnd my weight has increased fifty
pounds. My health, -is of tho best
mid 1 have told many others about
Dr. Kilmers' Swamp-Root uud have
done a lot of good in this way. Your
wonderful medicine is of grcut value
Yours very truly,
J. II. BRUXDY,
833 Main St. I'nwtucket. It. I.
The iibove statement made before
me 1 declare to he truthful in every
detail. Thomas Marsden,
Dr. Kilmer & Co..
BlnthamUn, N. Y.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Iling
linmtnn, NV., for snmplo bottle. It
will convince nnyonc. Von will also
receive a booklet of valuable Infor
mation, telling nil about the kidneys
mid bladder. When writing, be sure
to mention the Stanford Interior
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Spec ml 10 cent cijiar- at Penny's
the Henll Stoic. (M-'J. ,
'insure with the leadinq com
panies. Fish & Bromlcv. represent
them. All lines.
8irt or Ohio city nr loittx), l
I.ir Coc.vit. 1 " I
THAKX J. CiitNCT nukci oath tlut ho U wulor I
uruirr ol tl nrm ol I.J. OitMt A Co. loin I
biulnrM In Oi Olr ( Tolnln. Onmtjr n.l UI i
riirralil. l II. l uU Brni will pr th .urn oil
tiB lir.NHni.Ii ixillaii hi mil ml iiiit
rM ill Catariih th&t cnnot tx cunl bf 0 uh ol
1I1LL' CATimul ClC .
Kxoni to Xxisn ae irA tubs-rlbnl la mr pmrncf.
Uiu tth dir of IMCtmorr, A. i.. iv. ;
i i A. W. OLH.VSON'.
I ", I XOTAUt I'CIUF. I
f.ii'. rs.f.rrh CAirti k ukfn Intrrnallr and aru
dlrrtlr np)n bt bkmd and muroua aurfacrs of the
mtrm. send (or IratlmoolaU. trn.
r. J. t lir..i.i w. ioiruw.w
sold tr ail iminuu. iv.
faat Hall J'amllr Itlw mr nmnlpatloa.
A ilnr trd steer, weighing nliout
700 Mind, left my place this week.
Finder will plcaso notify Fox Dud
derar. Jiiht received by express lino of
Xunnnlly'fi eandiei. l'enny'n the
Rexnll Store. G0-2.
Don't forxel the picture .how at llie opera
limit Friday and Saturday nlxhn
The Victim of llie Mormons" Saturday
nU'.t al the opera houae.
.1,0110 frtt "( film each nlse, Vriday and
Katutday at tho opera liou.v. Come, food
riu.ie by Ranfurd orelidm.
Tho lav books for 11)12 have been
icady for some lime, please call and")
settle. W. I.. MeCartv Shetiff. 02-3.
I.n-t A tan eont, between Itowrcn
(iooili'V place on Ihixtniiville pike
and Cr.ib Orehnnl. IMca-c return to
this tilllcc. It
A feti-t of cultured enjoyment at
Ye Olde Folkcs' Conccrte, -solos,
duel-, iiunttets choiic-cs rounds by
our bet talent. C'miiic and lmvo n
pood time and help Rood cause.
.ilmi.---!.)ii J.")c, 2oc nnd l"c.
For Sale Privately. Farm of 103
acres, in high stale of cultivation,
nnd well located. Address Lock Ilox
210, Stanfoid, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. Mat Carson, of Hus
tonville were the guests of Mr. Tom
Hell tho first of the week.
Misg I.ylo Simpson, of Somerset,
bin been the guct of Miss Mmy
Mrs. Sallio Tucker mul Mi8 Pit
man, of Parksvillc ,wcio thu gucats
ot .Airs. li. It. Jones' last week.
.Ii-s Miirion mid Master Harold
Mom? lctiirucd to their homo at
Ilmiiiltou, Ohio, Sunday after it
pleasant visit with their cousin, Miss
Mrs. Austin Hml is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Peter, at Snnbright,
Miss l.tu-v Minor attcuilcd the in
stilntc at llariDiKljurg last week.
Misses Mnrgueiite and Mario llol
littir. of lluuisiilo ,aio visiting tela
Miss Annie Snow Keynolds is vis
iting Mi.-s Maggie Holmes Snow, nt
Mi. Will llurkc has 1 chimed
fioiii u pleasant vi-it with Tennes
Miss Mary Zelar, of Stanfoid, is
tho guest Ail Mr. mid Mrs. Snm bish
Miss Alice Snyre ,-ot Newport, line
been the nttrnctive guest of Miss
Annie Snow Iteynolds.
Mri?. Charley Coffey has returned
from n pleasant visit with lluriisido
lla fever and a.lhma 4maVo Aucutt a
Month o( intrn.e kulfrriiij to many people
1'olrr a lloncy and Tar C'uuiiound g-Uca
Iirniiiit raw and nliff. and U aooiMuic and
lulling to th Indauiril rariulrami, Wm
M Mr..i.- V Kriort, M., rti "A
few do.ra ot t'olcy'a Honey and Tar Com
IMiund ri-lletd me of 4 tevrre attack of
n.lhnu and lot than a bottle cauitd a coin
nlo cur i- KrfuM tubttithtra. Ului.-ara
and Taunrr y
Friday Night-3 reeli, including two Western Picture!
Saturday Night-A Victim of the Mormons, in
New Music by a 6-piece Orchestra.
Dr. J. P. Rallcy, Refractionlst,
who has had 14 years' experience
correcting optic disorders and pat
ronized by more than 10,000 people
In Kentucky, will he at the Veranda
Hotel AUGUST 6 to 10, prepared to
fit all eyes that will respond to llflht.
Prescription work a specialty.
Glasses to suit your eyes and frames
made to harmonize with the features
of your face. (il--i'
For Sale 5-room cottage; good
barn; chicken house; gulden; be or
al fruit tiecs; possession Jan. JM.
liud lloldclinim. 01-2
The I. J. acknowledges with
thanks n complimentary to the Mt.
Vernon fair which will he held net
Services at tho Presbytciiun
church on Sunday Auk. 4, Hible
fcchool nt 0:30. .Morning service at
11 o'clock, Subject "Thou ShaJt Not
Steal. The sacredncss of Property.
Tho Presbyterian Hrotherhood will
Wet at 4 o'clock. Young Peoples'
Meeting nt 7 o'clock.
At Ye Olde Folkcs' Conccrte you
will hear tho songs we nil love mid
the children should hear. At oper..
hniiM Atigu-t 0th,
A. M. Iliatt. Secretary of the
Hockcastle county fair lirodhcndj
Ky.. wiites that the catalogues of
their coming exhibition, nro ready
for distribution, mjd that ho will be
glad to mail anyone n catalogue tlint
will kindly drop him a cmd.
STOPS SCALP ITCH.
Dandruff and Every Form of Scalp
Diseasn Cured Quick by Zemo.
It is simply wonderful how Zcmo
goes after dandruff. You rub a lit
tle of it with tips of the fingers. It
gets right down into tho glands,
stimulates them, stops the itch, and
mnkes the head feci fine. No, it
isn't sticky. Zcmo is a fine, clear,
vanishing liquid. You don't haveto
even wnsli your hnmls nttcr using
7omn Ami wlinf n wnmlnr it is fnr
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eczema, rash, pimples and nil skin i
afflictions. Zemo is prepared by h.
Itoso Medicine Co., St. I.ouip,
jro., and is guaranteed by all drug
gists to gtvo perfect Bntisfnction.
endorsed nnd sold in Stanford b"
tho Penny Drug Store.
Ayer's Hair Vigor keeps the
scalp clean and healthy,
destroys all 'dandruff, and
greatly promotes the growth
of the hair. You will cer
tainly be pleased with it as
a dressing for your hair. It
keeps the hair soft and
smooth and promptly checks
any falling of the hair. It
does not color the hair, and
cannot injure the hait or
scalp. Consult your doctor
about these hair problems.
Ask him what he thinks of
Ayer's Hair Vigor.
Mad t tha'j C. ATtll CO.. L.ll. Mm.
A good program
Sensible Women Know
Foundation of Health
Aa hrnlth talk to women become
mora general, lioth In tho newrpapem
and on tho platform, tho man of women
are Ix'slnnlnc to rcaltzo what the mora
cultivated have always known, that
Kood health cannot ho found In a pnwclnr
box. The external of health may he
obtained In that way, hut the liaafa of
health lien deeper, and et Is Just ai
Tho moat Important thins that a
woman can do for herself, and about
which sho Is often most neglectful. Is
to watch the condition of her stomach
and lowels. The weary eyes, the bad
breath, the frequent headaches, the
pimples, the general air of lassitude Is
nine times out of ten the result of con
stipation or Indigestion, or both. Many
simple remedies can be obtained, but
the best In the estimation of most
women Is" Dr. Caldwell's Hyrup I'cpsln.
It Is mild, pleasant to tho taste and,
exactly suited to her needs. It Is far
For Every $1 Purchase
at our store from Aug. 1
to Aug. 5, we will give a
ticket to Moving Picture
Show at the Springs.
L.L.SA, Oral) Orchard, Ky.
Cummins fc Wearen
Home of H.S. & M. All Wool Clothes
ASK TICKET AGENTS
superior to raits, cathartic pills, waters,
etc, which are entirely too violent.
Women should see to It that they
hao at least one movement nf the
bowels each day, and when showing any
fntnrv n nnf1t!ri,tlon ?r"t!'t tl"-
Dr. Caldwell's " Hyrup 'l'epsln in tho
small dose prescribed. A brief use of
It will so train the stomach and bowel
muscles that all forms or medicine can
be dispensed with. These opinions are
deed by thousands of women, after
personal experience, nmons them Mils V.
U Moore, 32 Claiborne St., Nashville,
Tenn., and Horenco Cook, Lucas, Ky.
Anyone wishing to make a trial of this
remedy before buying It In the regular
way of a druggist at fifty cents or one
dollar a large bottle (family size) can
liao n samplo bottle sent to the home
free of charge by simply addressing Dr.
W II. Caldwell. 405 Washington St..
Monticello, 111. Your name and address
on a postal card will do.
CITY 5:35 a.m.