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THE INTEHUB JMiBWAL, STANFOrrl, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. AUSUtT 2. 1112
What we mean by SUMMER
Suits are hot weather
Unlined Mohairs and Serges
The time was when unlined coaU had
no shape-no built-up shoulder (and
some clothiers we know sell that kind
still) but Our Mohair and Serge Coats,
while the body is UNLINED, making it
LIGHT and COOL,' the shoulders are
built up with that same care and grace
ful, shapely proportions as are our
heavy, full tailored suits.
They are light
They are comfortable
They are built LIKE CLOTHES
tro,rd$io, $12.50, $15, $20
100 pair light weight summer trousers,
every pair new, every pair a good pat
tern, made in 1912. See them in our
windows; original price $3.5o to $7.50
the pair, reduced $1.50 to $2.50 each.
DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1854.
National Bank of
Stanford, organized June 2, 1865.
First National Bank
OCTOBER 3, 1882.
This Bank has been in successful and uninterrupted oper
ation for 58 years, and is worthy of the confidence of of the
public. Open an accwin! with, us today.
The Farmer's Friends
Superior and Peoria Grain Drills
Call and see the new stock
Are not necessarily reserved for big depositors.
The small man to biistoess is welcomwl at this bank as a de
' pssltsr, and has t' tncwagemwt wk an always conser
vative bank may five the small but, grtwtof business.
"'"capital ; injm:
Lincoln Oomity Nali((nl Bank
Corner Ncxf to Courthouse.
I'ostcd Chns. Bcmonls.
Williiim J. Hock.
Six young Jersey cowa for pnlc.
M. S. ilnui;lininii.
For Snlo. 100 No. 1 niouiitnin
com just in fnun the iiwiuiUiiiiCA.
Are ymi rently for the K. of 1.
fiiirf If not, lonii supply your wimtH
in Intuit".-", mikMIm ,tiuc tlriviiiK "ml
ritlinj: liitu, whip. pur etc. J. C.
J. H. Thomtwoii boUl u Mimntity of
unlctl liny nt $10 per ton.
About 10 uoic of buckwheat urc , , ,
bcinc sown on the fnrms oi M. 1- . llnVvil
I.uwnncc mul Jolui i. Aimcreou
ine. This hoio Imi wonderful con
firtmntion mid piicimI. lie U more
liko (lini'linnipiou of rluimpinns,
Ktlnn May, thnn nny boie iiuitf. IIo
lias tbnt wuno Ik1I wiiy of rihiii: nnil
rnctly ber fiune'cxprp'ioii."
Liberty Defeats Husteflvllle.
Liberty, Ky., Aujr. J. Lt Sat-
"hnliiy Liberty ilefentnl llimtonvillc
bv Ibu fcMic of 4 to 0 on the luttrra
III dimil-i. The juiine was tery inter
e-nnj; uuiii me eigmn innnii; wnrn
Lilieity ninth tliree num. Tin- fentuic
of t lie ginmi won the hutting of
Wootlruni, VoUv iiml Mr. Allen.
1 2 II .i 0 7 8 h-imi i-:
v, I ii (i ii " iw
ille 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 .'! II
HAPPY THO MARRIED C
Thare are tmliafpy married Hrra, bat Writ percentage of theta uwnifpy
homta are due lo the lllneaa of the wife, mother or daughter. The leeNiHN M
narrnutne!, the btfotieJ mind, the lll-temper, the pule end wrinkled (eelneNr
end circled eyea, reiult mott often from thote ditnrdert peculUr lo womeit, Fef
the women to be happy end miMonkint the muit naturally have tov4 Health.
DrafiinJ-down frelinft, hvtteria, hotllaihea or ennatantly returning palm end
achea ere too dreat a drain upon a woman 'a vitality and strength. Dr. fierce 'a
Favorite Preecription reatnrea weak and tick women to aound health by nw
latin and eorrectlnt the local olaordert which are dent rally reapomlble lor efce
aoove iltitrcMinf lymptoma.
Itiilliriev l.ilnrlv: Wooilrimi Mill
II. I. ninukensliip found Borai'thing Allen; llmtonville: Mull, Hiekt, HMi-
of u eurioiitj in lus Kimlcn. A mo
pound specimen tue sumtucT
gquitxli or -ittillitiK' which had n
nice bboiu on the sipinsli where the
bloom piodiicimr it bbould hove Ions
uiikw iu.ri.li.Hl mi. I drimiicil. Xu
stem tMiinoetioii between bloom and
fruit mid hud it developed would
hnvc been a frenk.
County Sheep Inspector lllcd-oe
Ibiiley wu" bu-y th'n week superin
tendiii),' the di-iiifection of the cuttle
iiens nt How land. A bunch of sheep
infected mill u hoof and mouth di
ease weie hlupiK-d into Hjwlnnri
Xr.im yr. KnvanauKli, of (tarrard.
And exported Ironi the Kavrlomt
pen. Jlr. Ilniley received notifien
tion .f the discovery of the ilicae
'imnu!; the flock, and wns instructed
to have the h.ii- at Kowland disin
fected nt once, which lie did.
J. D. Knd and sons, of the Dun
ville2iki. U'lran the delivery Tt 1,
fiOd bushels of wheat to J. II. Hmmhi
man & (.'o.'.s mill here Tuesday. They
ot 1 a bushel for it. which is the
preMiiliiig market piicc in tills sec
tion, nltlioiisli only 90 cents is bein-r
paid for it around Lebanon. The
Kads wheat is said to be exception
ally fine in quality, iiinl will probab
ly bo Mixed for seed wheat, as it
prndes so well. It nvcrn;:cd about
'2o bushels tv tlic acre.
Lilburn (ioocIi and a liuuibcr of
other fanners in the Gilbert's I'rcek
cecti.u delivered their wheat crops
to Hanks Iliid-iin's mill at Laucn-tcr
this week. They received $1 n bush
el for it. Jlr. floocb sent in about
500 bu-hoU W. O. (looeh lind nbout
the same amount mid It. C. Dndderar
s-old nlxuit 3j0 bushels.
II. rndcrwood sold a pair of
nice ycnrliiifr marc mules to Walter
O. Walker, this week for .fJ".!.
G. L. Allen ,of Georgetown, was
in Lincoln last week-, i.-ilin;,- bis
brother L. Alien, near Kind's Mouii
tain. While heic Mr. Allen lutilil
140 acres of nice Inud irom Jubn
McKcc, which iidjoin. the place
owned by his brother. This makes a
tract of laud, t hint which there is mi
better in the southern section of the
county. The .Mcssts. Allen arc lnist
lins; and pio;rressiyC'faniicrs. L.
Mien sold tu J. A. Ilohiuti last
week 10 lambs and .'18 ewe, nt the
market and aNo delivered liini a
3-miiitr en If fir which he was paid
Xevin Cnrter'rt cnick youii:; tliree-ycar-od
stnlliou. Kentucky Gentle
man stinted his show riinr caicer at
Frankfort lat week ,aiii took sec
ond tnemiuiu in the class in which
he vn entered, bein beaten bv
tlu crack youmrster Mo.iut. Wal
ter Iiiir-. of Shelbvville, who has
liitu in chnr-'c. expects better thiuj;s
the lest of the season, . tlm v..!(.-
sler is still dccidcdlv, trieen. A wiitcr
in the Farmers' Home Juirrnai.
sHnkiti!. of Itiisrc stnble. said in
a ii nl issue if Mr. Carter's horse:
'Ii- candidate for the three vear
old honois U th ".w.,1 .ta!!ioa Ken
tuckv Gentleman, bv Chester Pea
op and Tuney.
B) tBH n A rrW WJaPVH
to data b the
bauar waxon hmonr thac
niada or any othara. The
rHCRWHT' wactnt art
VtwpMt.Ja. It, Mil
KaalMky Woii Wf . Co.
I k, u OU HtCKolUr " Ma
llwt 1 kr baa Mr!? M tot m
pallida on tbla wkco a4 ImI ftrr
rtMah ariMa4. It aa avvrr ba ki4
Do ou think Ihe'WBnMT'
wu on could noaiblihataMrTd
M r. Ballay to wau, aulas' thrauth ao
man vaara el constant uta. urnad
auch eicataiv a loadi. Wood the abuM
h raealTaa. and done It an In aa
thoroughly eatlif aetory a roaaner, II It
had not baen mauufacturad out of the
Until Mlaotad Umbar In Ola world lor
ailea. hub, apokaa. Wloaa. hoanda.
eoluarvTaaehaaand badt. and than
vary part built exactly rUhlT
.Thar are Baiy Ruonart and hold
ntCt aa4 II w ft yti u tsaalat tta
-U mamv Ma yn lay.
Muataetana' aerf ly tat ILtmZY
-S m (kMitamat Wag.
H. B. Northcott
Lime & Cement
. at Last
Our billside it overbutwe will
continue to sell all Oxfords, Cloth
ing. Odd Pants, Hats and .Ladies'
and Gents' Furnishing Goods at
cost. We have a lot of' men's
work pants, the kind that keep
you. cool, now going, at cost,
" I aulTrmt Rrratlir for a numlwr of ymra and for tnajaaajjluie
r itumM thatllf. Jnlry to nw, writ. Maa. B. F.Dlca-
Jinn, f Utlra. Ohio, limit. 4. Tho iloctm U4.I m wouVI har. la
cntoahn.luflrora I wrniiH arrr ha tiettrr. A rrar in thta winter
and vrtne I wurM than rr.r bfi. At tarn prrlol I tultMrd hk
one In lornnt, I am lK nvHlwr "t thlVlrvn. I waa ao A fnr
lira month, that I knw a.im.thlnir mimt twdnn,art I wrote to Dr, K. V.
I'lrrr, trlltnc hlmaa mvrlr a I roiiM how I aulfrrnl. 11a outllnnt a
t-miiM of trrAtm.nt nhkh I luCmvf. to the Irttrr. ( took twohottlra
i.t 'ParorllnrrnvripthKi' anIonof 'liokltn Mnllral Dlacomr ' oihI a
Rftrrnt lttl of Umart-Wr.,! ami hatr n.vrr .ulT.rvd tnixh elnr.
I wlh I rouM till rvrrr ulTrHna' woman Ih. world ovrr what a imn
lr. Tl.rca'. imlktnm ar. Th.ro U no um waaUnar time and money
doctorina with anytMnc cite or any nn. !..'
The MeJieal Auvlier by K. V. I'laroe, M, D,, 5uffa!o,
N. Y., anawera hoata ot dettrate queatliina about which
every woman, alnjle or marrlett ouKhl tn know. Sent frti
on receipt of 31 atampa tu pay fur wrapnlnj and natlia only.
THE POWER OF
- A Name
rou can't tell good man by hit clothes,
ou can't tell a rood book hv tk .nw.v
ou can't tell a good cisar bv the wrnnr.
Neither can you tell
By Tho Box.
But you'ean tell good candy by the name it bears
or what is back of the box.
Means to Candy just what Sterling means to
At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store.
We have reduced the price on all
Men's, Ladies' and Children's
Kens' $4 Oxfords now $325
Mens' $3.75 Oxfords now . . $3.00
Mens' $3.50 Oxfords now . . . $2.95
Mens' $3 Oxfsrds now $2.35
Ladies' $3 Oxfords now $2.35
LadlM' $250 Oxfords now $2.00
Ladies' $2 Oxfords now $1.65
Ladies' $1.50 Oxfords now $120
Plenty of tims to wear them get a pair for the Fair. '
W. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky
Have You Been to Our Big
Sale Closes Aug, 5tL
Hughes, Mai-tin &
J. C. McClary
UNOCRTAKKRS AND 'iM-
ALMKRS. ALSO DIAL.
SH IN FURNITURC MAT.
TINGS. RUBS. THIY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS Of STOCK.
CIVt THEM A CALL. PRICE
Fall awfwiflter StTlUw.
M) mv r'atl anil Winter Hain,la ar iiuw
r. fur ur liiilwttloii TUey I'uupriM
In t.'t mi 111. market, f ran mil anyona
a tu iirii. wka lud hli rlutUca maila to or
drr. A tult wad. to Your mraaura la Brt
frralle to ready made rloth.a. To bata thnn
made to taraiur iiu.au i au man
rradr mad whu quality and fit la contid
i rid, Uuui. In and Kt um take yuur latav
Ur, V HI I'l.KY r frmrliri,! IH.r
UNDERTAKER AND EMSALMER
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