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BlNMll Ma4 ftataftlaJ
Miss Rhea Wiemcr, o Louisville,
li the frnet of Minn Stella Ilupley.
MNs Lutn May Hmco, of Danville,
i the guest of Miss Sophia Alcorn.
Miss Mamie Hrown, of Liberty, is
the guest t M Dollic Wilclior.
Mr. J. W. Alcorn in at the Crab
Misses Annio Margaret Klk'ui and
Mary Elmore, of Lancaster, were
hero n short time Tuesday.
Mr. J. U. l'nxton and James npent
the day at Crab Orchard Springs
Mrs. V. L. McCnrty nnd Mikonrc
trending n week or so at the King
Hotel at Crab Orchard.
Mr. William TMmipon has re
turned to Mt. Vernon, after a visit
to Mr. L. H. Hughes.
Mr. and Mr. It. S. Scudder nnd
little on, went to Richmond Tues
day to iipciid several days.
MJi-s Lillio McClary, of Knoxvillc,
i. here visiting her brother, Mr. J.
C. McClnry. and other rrlnthe.
w a If IMHi4HiitH. nf flr.inm
4ta. - t
Toxas, ha been visiting .Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Swope at Danville.
Mr. and Mr Chus. N'linnelley
and Cora Xunnclloy, f Morcjnud
won in town Wednesday.
Mrs. Maggie Hogan, of Hrynnts
ville is iiting her sister, Mrs. Mat.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Cummins, Ida
IVttus and Air. Hubert Coffey at
tended the Danville fair Tlinrsday.
Hits Annio Dunn, nf lltistonville,
is vi-dting her sister, Mm. Dan Tray
lor. Mesurs. Howard Xewland and
Spalding Hill vent to the Danville
Air. Clarence Cooper has returned
boroe after n vicit to Mr. Carroll
Allen of utonville.
MUi4 Allin Russell and Francis
Fish are visiting Airs. Joe AInson at
Air. A. C. Sine has returned home
from Lyons where he has been on
Alices Relieeeu Lackey and Afary
llniley have returned to Crab Orch
ard after n visit to Judge Itailey.
Airs. O. I Penny wnt to tthc
Crab Orchard Springs. Thursday to
remain (several days.
A!U Angie Kinnaird, of Lancas
ter, will urrive this afternoon td be
the gurt of Miss Clara Connor.
Jklis-M Kmily Murjdiy went to Lan
caster Wednesday, to visit Alias Sal
lie K. Smith.
MeMlamea It. AI. Ulnckcrby, N. II.
AIcKiuney nnd Hcltio AIcKinney
upcnt the past week rccuerating at
Judge J. X. Metiofco was at the
Alt. Vernon fair Thursday, advertis
ing the K. of P. fair that U to 1m
held hero Aug. 121, 22 and 23.
Alis Hnsithky, f Dedford, Mass.,
who iii visiting her Histcr, Airs. Sam
Itobinon wctn to London Thurdny to
i-it Mrs. Sj-AI. ltobiuson.
Airs, llttseom Pclfrey and children
of Ijincastcr. are hero visiting her
father, Air. W. A. Carson and fam
ily. Airs. W. T. Woolfolk and daugh
ter, Alios Annio I.ec of Lexington,
are the guests of Airs. Alurtha Phil
lips. Airs. Margaret J. Alartin and son
Clinton, of Columbus, aro with Aire.
Alary K. Jones, who continues quito
Air. Elizabeth Morgan, of Way
nesburg went to Lancaster Tuesday
to visit her daughter, Airs. J. AI.
Rev. ami Aits. Iiuiurr CiiTJW"
and little daughter, Tevis Eleanor
lisv.-. returned to tlirir homo at She!
byville, after n visit to her parents
Dr. nnd Airs. J. (,. Carpenter.
Air. and Airs. Drown of Lancaster,
came over here Thursday and took
the train for Alt. Vernon. Airs. E. J.
Drown, f this city joined them here
nnd they will attend the fair.
Air. nnd Airs. Samuel llnseldeu,
nnd tbildifii, nnd Alls. Raymond
Hiisi-ldcti, Airs. U. F. Walker and
daughter Kathleen, of Lancaster,
were hpro (.hopping Wednesday.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 27
Mountains of Western North Carolina
"Land of the Skv". "Sapphire Country."
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Tickets good on "Carolina Special," leaving Danville nt 10:03 V.
AI., also on All Other Regular Trains leaving Danvillo August 27th
Electric lisht , Pullmnu Obseivntimi and Drawing Room Sleeping
Cat" menls a la enrte in Dining Cnr, and electric-lighted Day
Couchfs of modern construction.
RETURH LIMIT SEPTEMBER 1 1th. 1912
LIBERAL STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES.
Air. Harris Hardin, of l-mtisvlllc,
is hero visiting rclntivcs and friend.
Air. and Airs. Af. II. Salin Attend
ed the Alt. Vernon fair Thursday.
Air. W. W. Saundors was in Lon
don, Thursdny on business.
Airs. CVino Lee, of Knoxvillc, is
foiling Aire. Alnttio Novum.
Air. Carlton Elkin, of Lancaster,
was hero n short time Wednesday.
Airs. Emil Hntdi, of Frankfort, is
visiting Airs. J. H. Cnmonish.
Airs. O. F. .Meredith, of Snlvisn, is
here visiting rclntivcs and friends.
Miss Virginia Warren, of Middles
boro, was hero a shoit time Tuesday
with her aunt, Miss Emma Warren.
AIi"8 Samantha Jones nnd Airs. J.
W. Holmnii wore down from Crab
Orchard .Monday shopping .
AILss Fhrrcnco Carter is attend
ing the house, jmrty of Aliss Lena
Heck at AIcKinney this week.
Airs. 0. S. Aloorc and daughter, of
loCnmplon, Kan., nro the guests of
Mix. Joseph Coffey.
Aliss Alva Holtclaw is the guest
of relatives nnd friends in Lancas
ter. Airs. Annie Pniitt and daughter,
li"s Lena Palmer, aro visiting re.
latives at Richmond and Kirksville.
Dr. and Airs. N. H. AIcKinne", of
Carlisle, nro visiting Airs. W. AI.
Air Joseph Hopper went to Alt.
Vernon Wednesday to attend q house
party given by .Misses Wntson.
.Messrs. Jack Rout and Ile.erly
Rout nttended tho fair at Danville
Airs. 0. 0. Perrv and daughter
Hot tie AlcCmm, sHnt J'ridnv nt the
Crab Orchard Springs.
Aliss Alinnic Shannon, of Junc
tion Citv. is the guest of her sister,
Airs. J. II, Jones.
Alius IVachio Huuuliinan, is the
guest of Airs. AI. AI. Perkins nt Crab
Alisses Afnggia and Kittie Jones,
nro visiting Aliss Zelnia nt Alt. Ver
non. Airs. Nannie Hintt, of Louisville,
is the guest of her sister, Airs. Alnt
Air. nnd Airs. W. A. Ilniininelt, of
Tulsn, OLIn., are hero for a short
visit to relatives and friends.
Mr. nnd Airs. W. H. Huehnnnn nro
visiting her sister, Airs. C. H. Alnr
tin nt Danville.
Aliss AIntsy Grimes hns returned
homo nftcr n visit to Mis Virginia
(livens nt Hnrrrtdsluirg.
Aliss Hertn Jean Penny was here
from Crab Orchard Wednesday ac
companied bv !tho attractive Aliss
Aliss Ellen Hnllou left for flrny
tnwn, O., Tuesday to r- her sister,
Mrs. Ernest Warren who is quite
Air. and Airs. J 1 1. Shanks arc
his mother. Airs. Lou Shanks have
returned from Xcw Ca-stle, where
they have been visiting Airs. Kirby
Airs. Alattiu Kirby and Ali-s
Itlauehc Vnndoveer, attended the
hunnl of their uncle, Air. ,K .U
Tanner, at AIcKinney, Friday.
Earl Coleman bpent seeinl days
in Louisville nnd Frankfurt this
week, visiting dipt. Joo h. Coffey
at the latter place.
Air. Cecil Drown, Air. Ilayden
Leavcll and wife, of Lancaster,
drove over Wedcm-day. Airs. leav
cll took the train for Alt. Vernon to
Mrs. J. E. Hack nnd littlo daugh
ter, of Gilbert's Creek, June return
ed home after a viit to Airs. Alattic
i -. rt-- .o Tl.....
mond Tudor nttended the party giv
en bv the Mie Tnrkingtnn, of
Parksville, Tuesday night.
Alecdnmes Alnttio Xeviu. Corinc
Lee. of Knowille. Xnnnie Hintt, of
Louisville, and Aliss Lillie McChln',
of Knoxvillc, were the guests of Alls
J. E. Huek, of Gibert's Creek Friday.
Air. and Airs. Hrowder, of Jack
sonville, Fin., who are spending sev
eral weeks nt Crab Orchard Sjyiues
motored down Friday and spent the
day with Mr. 0. H. CVinper nnd fam
LAKE TOXAWAY, N. C.JQ.SQ
Go direct nnd return via Chatta
nooga, Lookout Mountains, or vice
versa, 4L50 additional,
For full information, printed matter
nnd sleeping cuv reservations, writo
11. C. KING, iWr nnd Tkt. Agent.
W. A. HKCKLER, Gen'l l'ass'r Agt.
I''"" Cincinnati, 0.
INTERIOR JWRWAL, tTAHFtW.
Air. George Oivens is nt tho Drip
ping Springs this week.
Air. nnd Airs. S. J. Tntum, of
Crnb Orchard, spent Wednesday in
Alisses Annie and Cnthcriiio Hro
nnugli, of Crnb Orchnnl, aro with
f i iends nt Olympian Springs.
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Special 10 cent cigars nt Penny's
the HcmiII Store. GO-2.
Insure with the leading cem
panles. Fish L Bremlev reweswit
them. All lines.
For Sale 5-room cottage; good
barn; chicken house; garden; sever
al fruit trees; possession Jan. 1st.
Had Holdcrman. Cl-2
Those wNliing t see me. will find
me nt my old place vm Lancaster
wtiect. W. A. Caron. OII-'J.
The tax hooks for 1012 have been
leady for some lime, please call nnd
settle. W. L. AlcCnrtV Sheriff. 02.3.
Look Here. I lonr.cd a friend n
scrap book, have you it if so please
return it. John Hright, Sr.
Rend the adveitiscment
llrodhend fair in this issue.
state or Ohio Crrr fir Iolido. I
Lecu Odvxtt. f "
Fmsi ), Cntxri rikra rath Out b la irnlnr
KjXDft tit U trm of r. 1. t"HriT A CO, itoin
ulnm tn the City of Toledo, Couoty and sut
atnntd. tiui that Mkl tLrm will par th mm ot
ONI: llt'VIlltMl DOLLAItS tor rarta and rrrrr
raw nt CiTan that raooot be rurrd If th um ot
lUU'a Caliuut Clat.
Sa-orn to brforr me and ruharribed In mjr prraeoee.
a til. thy vt SmuUI, A. l., liii.
I -"-- I A. W. OLE.1SO.V.
1 iii f N0TT Ptiuc.
Ilall't Catanh Cure U takrn tatrrnallr and arte
dtrmiy tjpna the blood and i&urtrua euruct of IM
ffrttrm. bfkd tor tretlnnniaiii, frre.
F. I. Cllh.NEY CO Toledo, a
Peid br all Drtmbta. lit.
?ale UaU'i FudIIt Ilia, (or coctUpatloo.
Rev. D. AI. Walker will exchnnge
pulpits with Rev W. S. Willis, of
Iliistonvillc next Sunday morniii".
Aly new full and whiter snmplen
nrc now ready for you inspection
Call curly and lenvc your measure
In-foro the rush and you will get bet
ter work. II, C. Rupley The Prac
Services at the Presbyterian
church Sunday Aug. 11, Hible school)
at 0:110. Alornmi; service nt 11 u-,
clock. Rev. S. I). Bon, D. D. will' 10 2,M5
preach on "The NTecd of the Gospel ,17 2,000
in the Alountnius.'' Young Peoples' 18 11,030
meeting r.t 7 o'cJce!:.
Aliss Fannie Carpenter, who hns
made her home with Airs. Susie Cur
tis for a number of years, died
there of acute gastritis this week,
nged 18 years. She was a noble,
cood girl and will be sadly missed.
She was buried in Buffalo Springs
Cemetery Thuisdar moniir after
short services nt the grave.
Just received by,
express line of
For Sale Privately. Farm of 105
acres, in high state of cultivation,
and well locnted. Address Lock Bos
210, Stanford. Kv.
Congressman Harvey Helm re
turned to his duties nt Washington
on this Week, from which he had ob
tained leave of absence to prose
cute his campaign for rvnoiniuntion
He was flooded with telegrams and
letters of cuiigiitltllfitlon. It is" 6n
(rallv recognized after his-over
whelming victory that he i one f
the strongest democrats in the
Suine one took a buggy lino from
Will White's buggy in front of O. P.
HufTiiuin's nieati slnjp tho oilier
night. Air. Whito says he will give
a dollar for the nppichcnsion of the
thief and his buggy line back.
A mass meeting of the reoubli-
chiis will be held nt tho Odd Fel
lows Hall (colored ou next Alonday
night. Lverjbody is invited to
come out and ntteniL Will have
speeches by u number of good
sneakers. R. L. Davison uhairmun.
W. C. Potts, who so successfully
conducted the contest for the I. J.
has been secured by Editor J. AI.
Alvcrsou, of the Lawrcnccburg News
to put on a contest there.. Alvcrson
could not possibly have secured a
more capable man for tho wor.k, or
one who will secure better results.
Here's hoping ho has a big winuer.
Moving Pictuie Show. Last Fri
day and Saturday nights the mov
ing picturo shows were beyond the
average in both music and pictures.
Thero were good crowds each night.
"A Victim of the Alormons. was the
nam o of tho pictures Saturdny night,
this show was complimented by all
who were there. The management
wiy that tho reels will bo ju&t'ns
good this Friday nnd Saturday
Sue Binmtt Memorial School
Admittedly one of the VERY BEST Schools In the State.
FIVE SCHOOLS IN 0Nt,-HIGH SCHOOL. NORMAL SCHOOL
GRADED SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF MUSIC, COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
J. C. LEWIS, PriMipl, Iniw, Ky.
KENTUCKY FRIDAY. AU1UIT t,
Lincoln county will send a big
delegation to the Hrodhend fair
next week. This promises to bo the
biggest nnd best exhibition ever held
by the Hockcnstlo County Fair As
sociation, Postmaster J. C. Florcnco is suf
fering severely with ono shoulder as
a result of a fall whilo doing some
work on his lot next to tho Hap.tUt
church. Irs. Florence who is laid
up Willi a broken hip. is resting ns
easily ns can bo expected with such
a sevens injury.
W. Af. Duncan, who made the race
for the democratic nomination for
Circuit Clerk, nsks tho I. J. to say
for him thnt ho has no sore spo.ts,
i-j heartily for tho nomineo mid tho
ticket and wnnts nil his friends.
whoc support ho deeply appreciates
to ilo likewise.
Rev. J. J. Dickey, has returnd
from Hazard, Perry county, where
he spent a week or so. He will
preach at the Alethodist church Sun
SAM ROBINSON'S CONTEST
Continues to Interest the Peonle
Standinq This Week.
Secral of the contestants who
nre working to win the handsome
100 niano offered bv Sam Robin
son, the hustling clothier, nro well
hunched in the standing, announced
today. Votes nre given on pur
chases made nt this store. The
f young ladies who nre being voted
for nre designated by numbers, and
nicotic buying goods and wishing to
vote for n voung ladyjnnv learn the
name of the contestants and help
their friends nlong without nny ad
ditional expense. The standing this
12,000 , 322,000
22,000 " 332,000
43,000 . 352.000
5-2,010 ' ' 302,940
72.000 , 382,535
112,000 ' 422,000
152.000 4G 2,000
" " 552.000
o.-, on fin
A Kidney Remedy Advertisement
Brought Great Happiness
I take pleasure in stating that I
have used Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
that 1 was greatly benefitted by the
saiLc nnd have used it in my family.
I had a son, when quite young he
suffered from bladder or kidney of
fliction. I called in my physician,
he attended him but did him no good.
Almost by accident I noticed an ad
vertisement about the vuratixe pro
peities of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root.
1 procured a bottlfr and gave it to
him aceouling to direction. It cur
ed him of what we thought was al
mot impussibld and tho same with
others of my family, I have, such
strong faith in Swamp-Root that I
lmo iiccr donu without it in my
family tiuce the wonderful euro of
my sou as well ns myself. 1 re
commend it to nil who suffer from
kidney or blodder troubles and 1 am
led to believe that it is one or tno
best medicines for tho purpose for
which it is used, that has over been
This is my experience from the
use of Swump-Root. Wishing tho
niomoters of this wonderful mcdi
cine a largo sale to tho suffering
public, 1 am Yours respectfully,
W. II. AIcAFEE.
College Paik, Gn.
E. 0. Willinms, Notary Public.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.
Binahamton, N. Y.
Prove What Swamp Root Will
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
haniton, X. Y., for a sample bottle.
It will convince anyone. You will
ulso ieceie a booklet of valuable
information, telling all about tho
kidneys nnd bladder. When writing
be sine to mention the Stanford In
terior Journal. Regular fifty cent
and one-dollar sire bottles for sale
nt all drug stores.
Friday and Saturday Nights.
Aug. 9 and 10--Good Pictures
Nice and Cool-GLAD YOU'RE COMING.
J New Music by a
Our bill sale is over but iwe 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.
(.UMMINS & WEAREN
Home of H. S. & M.
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. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky .
A good program
6 - piece Orchestra.
All Wool Clothes