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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tTANFOBD. KENTUCKY FRIDAY. AU6U1T 23. 1812
Sim Bi nmtt Miniriil Schiol
AtfmlttetHv Me ( the VERY REST Scheels In the State.
FIVE SCHOOLS IN OHt.-HlBH SCHOOL, NORMAL UHOOL
GRADED SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF MUSIC, COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
J. C. LEWIS, Principal, LtiMlfR, Ky.
Personal and Social.
Mr. !. K. Hooker was in London
Tui'Mliiy on Iiumiick.
Mrs. Caleb Newell, of Liberty,
will be tbc guest o Mm. Will llrndy
Mr. William Thompson, of Mt.
Vernon it lieru tlic guest of L. It.
Hughes and ill tako in tbu fair.
Mm. M. K. 1'ruitt and children, of
Kurnsidc, aro Hie guests of her mi
tir Mm. J. W. Williams.
Mrs. Lewis llcrndon and Mis
, Walker, of LancnMcr were here
Miss Vcrcil IfCoinptr, of Frank
fort, is the attractive guest of Mis.j
Miss Mnblc Dunn, of Xoblcsvillc,
Intl., arrived Monday to be the
guest of Miss Anna Chancellor.
Mr. James Cieby and children, of
Covington are here visiting relative
Mr. and Mm. George. Peyton and
Mr. Fulkemon and baby, of Mid-fll-fli.rri.
arc visiting Mr. und Mm.
T. J. Hill.
Mii-H Judith MeCall, of Hrodhend,
arrived Tuesday afternoon to be the
guett of Miss Grace Brady fur the
Mrs. F. F. Jones, if Crab Orch
ard, Misses Maggie llrock and Dora
Johnson of London, were here Sat
urday for a short time,
Mr. and Mr. S. J. Tat em nre
spending several weeks in Deuxer,
. Col., and other western point. They
will be homo about the first of Sep
tember. Mr. Henry Pleasants, of Groom.
Toxns iH here the guect of his sister,
. Mm. Jcsmo .Stugg nnd other rela
tives. Misr Mary Hope Carpenter, of
Pcrr.vville, will urrixo Thursday to
be the guest of Miss Kate Ruucy
during the fair.
Miss Ethel Fettro, of Lci.sburg,
Ir.d., who tutight here last year, ar
rivid liirt Monday night, and will be
the guet of Mm. J. W. William-.
Mi-scs AHie Ynntis. of l.anciihlcr,
and Bessie Iliffe, of Hutoiiville,
will In- the guests of Mies Lottie
Carson for the iair.
Mm. Effio Dullard and son. Ho--J
roe hue rclimnii to tiieil" hoir- lit
Brush Creek after a viit to her
brother. Dr. Laswell at Kingnvillc.
Dr. Oln Moser nnd wife have re
turned to their home at Memphis,
Tenn.. after n visit to his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Moer nnd other
Ayers Sarsaparilla is not a
stimulant It does not make
you feci better one day, then
as bad as ever the next.
There is not a drop of alco
hol in it Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla is a tonic You have the
steady, even gain that comes
from such a medicine. Ask
your doctor all about this.
Trust him fully, and always
do as he says. He knows.
Who mike tb best liver pills ? Tbt
J. C. Aytr Compicy, e' Lowe!!, Matt.
Tbejr have been making Ayer's Pill for
ever sixty year. If you have tbc light
est doubt about uaing tbess pills, aak
your doctor. Ask him first, that's best.
M ky tk t. O. ATBB OO.. LwIL
Mrs. Itichnrd Kewlnnd and chil
dren are viiting lir pnrcnts, Mr.
und Mm, Klktn, of Louisville.
Misses tlrace MeCall, of Brod
heail, and Louunnn Whitehead, of
Mt. criion will be the guests of Mr.
Logan MeCall during Ike fair.
Miss Mary Mclloberts, of Dan
ville, rs here isitini: her manv
Mis Bertha McClurc is spend
ing several dajs with relatives nnd
friends at Crab Orchard.
Mr. William Westerfield, of Paris
is here tbi guent of his aunt, Mrs.
M. I). Klmore.
Mises Lena anil Mary Dee Heck,
of McKiuney, will visit Miss For
cnee Carter during the fair.
Mrs. William Sheridan, of Louis
ville is the guest of Mrs. J. S. Hire.
Mis Prill Xcwbcrn, of HuM.in
ville, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
T. W. Pennington.
Mr Joe Will Ilout and Ora Har
nett, of Hustonville, attended the
Miles (.nrrie Hello Romans, of
Lancaster, is the attractive guest of
.Mi-s Sophia Sauiidets for thu fair.
Mr. nnd 'Mm. Luke Carpenter
came down fiom Hustonville for the
Misses Mattie U-c Huhblo and
Mamie Walters, of Lancaster, were
here to the fair Wednesday.
Mi-s Roberta Oriuxtrad has re
turned to her home in Louisville af
ter n short stay with relatives.
Mis Ida Keinhart, of Louisville,
is the guest of Miss Joephine Car
penter. Misms Hose MeConnack nnd Ed
die T. Carpenter, of Hustonville, nt
tiuded the lair Wednesday.
Miss Grnce lluli-on, of Campbells
ville, is the guest of Mrs. Will Stev
enson. Mr. Will Hurtou nnd Dr. Pontius
of l-'incastrr attended the fair hert
Miss Lucilc Hourigun, of Pcnick,
is ue guest ot tier grand parents,
Mr. nnd Mm, H. C. Rupley.
Mm. U. C. LeCompte and pretty
little daughter, Margaret Jnne, of
Frankfort, nrc here visiting her
manv relatives nnd friends.
Mi-s Mary Moore Rnncy has re
turned home nfter a week's visit to
tier uncle. Mr. Tom Mniiev and wife
Mm. C. H. Holmnn nnd Imhy, of
Crab Orchard, arc here visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mm. W. W. White
nnd other relatives.
Councilman Kd Wilkinson is back
from Elixir Springs, greatly improv
ed, and is welcoming patrons at his
tonsoria! parlor?, with the old genial
Paul Garmau returned home Tues
day night for the fair. His grand
father, W. L. Qurraun of Marrow
bone, whom ! has been visiting, re
turned with him to take in the great
K. P. Fair.
Mrs. C. J. Holman nnd hah'-, of
Ciab Otchur, are the guests of her
uncle, Felix White for the fair. E.
('. Caldwell, of MaysviTle, was nlo
the guest of Mr. White.
Mack Peuvvhouse and Miss Nun
me Copper, Misses Mary Peavy-Lou-e
and Cleo Sandusky nnd Elizn
lii'lh IVavyhnuso attMidcd the Lex
ington fair Inst week.
.1. F. Hill, of Home Cave, and Miss
Kathleen Hill, of St. Louis, father
and niece of Mm. E. C. Garman,
came in Wednesday to make a visit
and take in the fair.
Mrs. J, C. Jones .of Kansas City,
Mild Judg Sterling Orirpe f C"ro,
Texas, who nre here visiting their
brother, Mr. W. P. Grimes were the
guests of Mr. J. C. Hailey nnd fam
ily at Crab Orchard Tuesday.
For 30 days we
' Bed Room Suites at
FactoryPrices Plus the
Freight from Louisville.
Odd Dressers, Odd Beds
Come to see us.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hundley nnd Mr,
nnd Mrs. W. P. Givrns nnd dnuch
ters. of Danville, were to the fair
Miss Icnn Palmer nnd mother.
Mm. 1'ruitt hnvc returned home from
Point Lick and llichmond where they
have been isiting for several weeks.
Miss Marguerite Fox, of Dnmillc,
is the nttractivo guest of Miss Et-
Mrs. It. S. .Sonicrville hns joined
her husband here. Ho represents
the Kentucky Insurance Co., they
formerly liu-d at Cynthinnn.
Mrs. Will Penny and daughters
Maiy Cooper, mid Cornie, of Dan
ville, nie the guests of Mrs. Mary
Misses Margaret and Julia Zn
imtip, of Lancaster, Mr. and Mm. S.
II. Aldridge, of near Lancaster, nrc
the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Will
Stone f(rr u few days.
Mr. nnd Mm. Hill Spalding nnd
little Katherine, of Louisville, and
Dr. Edward Alcorn visited Mr. and
Mm. Hailey Hill at Stanfoid Mon
day. Miss Fan Sparks, of Mt. Vernon,
nnd Lt. J. II. Johnson, IT, S. A ar
rived Thursday to he the guests of
Miss Helta Jean Penny lor the fair.
Mrs. J. C. McClary and Mm. E.
L. Itcinhart went to KoHing Fork
Monday to attend the Hnptist As
sociation in session there.
Mm. Hell Henderson, of Paint
Lick, stopped over Tuesday with
Mrs. Elira ISInin. She had been to
the Hrodhend fair.
Mr. Clinton Bn-tiii, of Hustonville
stopped here n short time Sundnv
on his wny to Hustonville. He had
been to Lnnciirter to see his par
ents Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. Hastin.
Mr. and Mm. (J. C. AudcTSon, of
Mt. Merlin?, nre the guerts of her
parents, Mr. nnd Mm. E. P. Woods
and vtill attend the fair.
Mrs. McDowell Fogle. Mm. P. II.
Taylor, of Danville, nnd Mr. P. H.
Fogle and bride of Vanitn, Okla.,
spent the day with Mm. J. II. Jones.
Miis Heulnh Scott, of Owenton,
will be the guest of Mm. Suan
Ycager this week. Miss Scott will be
well rememheicd here ns she was
the trimmer for MUs Ella Mny
.Saunders In-t season n year ago.
Mr. Fay Peyton, Mr. Clarence
of 1.4-bnuon, Mm. Frank Wilkinson
and daughter, Klizobcth. of Hurgin.
Mi-sts Willie and Hessie Wilkinson,
of Lancaster, nre the guets of Mr.
Edgar Wilkinson nnd family fcrr the
Mm. Susan Ycager. MKs Heulali
Scott, of Owenton, Mm. Mat nnd
dnughtcm, Mis-es Marv Eleanor
and Elvira of Little Hick Ark., Mr.
nnd Mrs. Shilingcr. Jlr. nnd Mrs. II.
K.iimiicl nnd Mr. Weaver, who arc
at the Crab Orchard Spring. n8
teiided the fair Wednesday.
Mr. nnd Mm. H. G. Hampton, nnd
their viitoT Jliss Helen Bine, of
Louisville, arc the guests of rela
tives ai.d friends this week. Miss
Helen Sine is well remembered here,
ns she was here about a year ago,
nnd gnve the entertninment, entitled
"The National Troubadours.
Mis-es Lucile and Nell Euhanks,
of Dumillr, attended the fair u
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West, and
Mr. and Mm. Chns. Hallew, Mr. and
Mm. John Farra, Mr and Mm. A. D.
Price. Mr. and Mm. Will Embrv, of
Lancaster uttended the fair Thurs
day Mr. W. F. Hob-on, of Granville.
fin., is the guest of Mr. T. C. liunkin
Mr and Mm Carlton Elkin, of Lan
caster were here to the fair Thurs
day Mm. Prewitt, of Cincinnati, is the
guest of Mrs. X. W. Fowle.
Mr. I. 11. Grimes, of Lancaster,
is the guest of Mm. Will Porter
Mr. and Mm. W. D. Nave and
childien, of Hustonville, were the
uueMs of Mr. and Mm. S. L. Hur
dctte Thursday, aud uttended the
Mr. J. H. Rout and Miss Elira
Ilout, Mr. J. W. Powell nnd wife,
W G. Cowan, Dodd Skinner, John
Keeton, Clarence Dunn, Dunn San-
didge. of Hustonville, attended the
Mr. Fleece Ilobinson, of Lancas
ter, was hero to the fair the sec
Miss Hessie Turlcy, of Richmond,
is the gncst of Miss Minnie Woods.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Hnughmnn nnd
son, of Danville, wcio here at the
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Mies Mnrv Lynn Fov. Margaret
Morrow .niid Addie Hell Huriiside.
of Lancaster were here to the fair
Mr. and Mm. II. S. Scuddcr, of
McKituicv, were hero to the fair
Dr. Pontius and Mr. linker, of
Lnwrcneehurg, were here Thursday.
Miss Hettie Walker Hurntide, of
Lancaster attended the Fair Thurs
day. Mr II. C. Hright. of Danville, was
Mr. Harry Anderson and Miss
Hallio Hrown, of Lnnenster, took in
the fair Thursday.
Miss Margnret Stark, of Lexing
ton, is the guest of Miss Mattlo
Hishop at Morennd. Thev attended
the fair hero Thursday.
Mm. J. C. Hailey and children, of
Crab Orchnrd, cumo down Thursday
t.i ioin Mr. Hailev nt the fair.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jamie Carpenter, .of
Crab Orehurd, enmo down to the
fair Thursday nnd remained over
tor the play lust night.
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School for Teachers
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Mr. and Jim. Jntres A. Henzlcy,
of Lancn'-ter, with their childien,
were over for the fair Thursday.
Mists Frankip Doty nnd Willie
Gordon Trnxlor, of llichmond, nie
tlia guests of Misj Kate Amlersiiii.
Mm. Muttic Hihh and Nellie. Dock
er, of Nashville, nre hiie with rela
tives und friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones Hnughmnn,
Moreland, were hue to the fa r
Mr. J. K. Haughtmin, und Mr. Jiui
Yowell I'liinu down irom Hustonville
for the fair.
Misses Charlotte Cooke nnd Mag
gie Allen, of Hustonville, uttended
the fair Thursday.
Meim. M. J. Fnrri- Sr. and 31.
J. Fnrris, Jr, of Danville, were here
Mm. II. S. Lytic nnd the pretty
daughters of Dr. W. II. Penny were
nl-o heie from Danville Thumilay.
Mrs. .Sue Mcighnn, of Louisville,
is the guest of her brother, II. G.
Hrnttoii in the Hubble neighborhood.
Mi-s Jennie Rankin, of Garrard,
came over to the fair Thursday.
.Mr. nnd .Mm. T. C. Willis, nnd
attractive daughter, Nnnev nnd Mm
Crutcher, Miss Mnrtliu Miller nnd
Mr John Dccring, of Nicholasville
were the guests of Mm. J. F. Cum
min. for the fair.
Mr. N. Price and Miss Tommio
Francis, of Lnnenster, attended the
.Mr. and Mm. John Gray nnd
daughter, of Versailles, were guests
of Mr. and Mm. E. T. Henzley for
Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Smith, of
Movie, were nt the fair Thursday.
Mr. and Mm. D. W. Mohan, nnd
Misses Elizabeth nnd Dorthy Muhnn
of Danville, attended the fair on
Mm. J. W. Davis and children, of
Somemet, nre the guests of Mr. Win.
Heck and family nt McKinncy.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Romans were
here fr.un Lnnenster Thursday nnd
tool: in the fair.
Another Gnrrnrd couple here on
ThiiT-dny were Mr. and Mrs. Will
Misses Mary nnd Johnnie Coots,
of Louisville, nre the guests of Mr.
nnd Mm. P. W. Whipp.
Misses Mary I-c Givcns and
Elizabeth Givens, of Hubble, are
the attractive guests of Miss Jennie
John W. Whipp, of Liberty, was
the guct of his brother, P. W.
Whipp for the fair Thursday.
.Mr. II. II. Price, of Danville, is
the guest of Mr. John W. Rout and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Elkin nnd
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Elkin, of
Lnnenster. were at the fair on the
Mm. R. 11. Metcnlf, Mm. J. W.
Davis, nnd Misses Ruth nnd Mar
garet, of McKinncy were here on
Misses Let tie Mny McRoherts
und Elsie Morrow, were heTe from
Lancaster Thursday nnd nt tlm fair.
Miss Hessie Ynntis, of Indiana
polis, who is visiting relativeB in
Lancaster is the guest of Mrs. Al
fred Eads for the fair.
Mr. F. L. Thompson, of Mt. Ver
non is the guest of Mr. L. R. IIuhes
during the fair.
Mr. V. H. McRoherls, cume up,
from DaniJJe, Thursday to attend
Messrs Will Lawson and Will M--
eon, of Lannster, were bare to the
Miss Hessie Riffe and Master
Horaco Rrffe, of Ilustonvttle are
with Misw Magt-ie and Eliizascth
Stacg for the fair,
Mr. N. Griffin, of Maretshurg h'ms n fancy price.
Wo have the following bargains to offer, if sold within tho
next 30 days:
Overland, Model CO, fully equipped, used a short while as a de
monstrator. Cannot bo told from a new car, $1,100.
Overlnnd, Model 01, fully equipped, samo as new $1,400.
Ovorland, Ms cylinder, 4Chorso power fully equipped $050.
Steams, 7 passenger, new body, new top and windshield, extra
Mitchell, Model K 30 homo power, 5 pnssenger, fullv equipped
nnd new tires in rear $500.
Overlnnd, Model 41, 40 horse power, newly painted, new top,
with full equipment $G00
Hupmobilc, delivery truck, 800 lb capacity, just the thing for
Wo nre constantly taking second hand cars in trade for new
care. Let us have your wants. Our 1013 line of new cars will
bo ready to demonstrate, by August 20th.
JNO. 0. REID, Sales Agent,
FOR THE J UNGCLAS AUTOMOBILE CO.. CINCINNATI, 0.
the guest of his daughter, Mm. E. J.
Mr. John A. Iliggins, of Rich
.mond. is the guest of his brother,
Mi. W. II. lliggins nnd sister, Mrs.
.Messrs. W. A. nnd Arthur Coffey,
of McKinncy, nltcnded the fnir
Miss Essie Hurch has returned
home from Ciab Oichard, Mrs.
James camo home with her t.) re
main several days.
Miss Hcrta Jean Penny came
home to nttend the luir.
Mr. II. A. Plennnts, of Groom,
Te.xns, Mr. Harry Stagg, of Knox
vUle, and Mr. and Mm. William
Itiffe, and little son, Daniel, of IIus.
tonvil'e nie visitors nt .Mrs. Jessie
Mr. George Hright is at home
from Crab Orcliutd for the fnir.
Mm. II. D. Campbell nnd children,
of Crnh Orchard, are the guests of
Mm. J. F. Cummins this week.
Miss Minnie Mnv Robinson, of
Lanaster, is the attractive gupt of
Mi"s Hettie MeCnmi Perry.
Mis Penrl Collier .of Crab Orch
n id will visit Missf? Mry .tnd S.-.1-lie
Hurdettc during the fair.
Mr. Jamie Thompson of Mt. Ver
non, is hare this week the guct of
Mr. L. II. Huchcs.
Little Mis Sadie Honzley has
h'n i'k f".r several days.
Miss Malinihi Nave, of Hustonville
is the guest of Miweti Mury and
Mr. Clink Dunn, of Hustonville,
is ln're attending the fair.
Misses Ada Wesley and Artie
Smith, of Lihei ty are the guests of
ilr. Russell Hrown for the fnir.
Air. Wilbur Goode und family of
Winchester, were here to the fnir
Thumday. Mr. and Mm. Chas. Bo
lion, of Lebanon, are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Foster.
Mrs. J. S. McKinncy, of Corhin,
has returned lume. She came down
to attend the burial of her mother,
.Mrs. Alary C. Ilocker.
Messrs. W. H. and Carl BuJIock.
of Lebanon wcie here to the fair
Mr. James Williams, of Somer
set, is here with friends and rela
tives. Mr. and Mm. II. F. Ncwlnnd, of
Lebanon Junction nru the guests of
Mm. Bowen Goode.
Mm. J. F. Larue, of Louisville, is
the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Huff Dudderar.
Mr. A. B. C. Dinwiddie, of Shelby
City wns here tto the fair Thursday''
Mr. und Mrs. J. L. Penny nnd
Mis Hnllie Hob-on, of PerryviHe.
are the guests of Mm. H. D. ("alter.
Mm. Maggie Parks and Misses
Elizabeth Pruitt and Mary Green, of
Pcrryville, nre with Mrs. Richard
N. W. Rogers has about finished
his addition to his cottage, adding
very much to the appearance of
Rev. Kelley, of the M. E. Church
has resigued the pastorate at Wul
inetta church and preached his fare
well termon Sunday night.
Rev. Faulkner, of Pennsylvania, is
prenching a few days at Old Paint
Lick Presbyterian church.
Misses Lear and Grace Kline
have gone to Middlesboro to visit
Mr. Ileid Lear, who will entertain
them with a house party.
Pi of. Lewis Clifton will probobly
he chosen Principal of our consoli
dated graded school and Miss Gracie
Cochran, of Madison county, one of
E. L. Woods and Brandenburg
Bros., nre shipping live stock from
this plnce and paying the highest
W. T. King has bought of We.
Flannery his fann of 177 acres at
fSO per acre, possession given Dec.
T. S. Ii u run in has sold a lot of
barley to Hcdsun and Hughes, of
Lancaster, at io cents per bushel.
Lightning destroyed a tobacco
barn for Mr. Gastineau near Point
Leavell. It is said to hnvo a lot of
hay and farming tools in it.
Will nnd Charlie Kinnaird have
begun cutting tobacco, which grew
on new ground and will doubtless
Now is the time to stock your
winter supply of COAL. None
better than Fox-Ridge. Prices
right. We fork all our Coal
YOU GET NO DUST.
J. H. Baughman & Co.
And that old suit has be
come rusty and worn. You
will want something NEW,
and we have summer cloth
ing and new Fall clothing
ready for you-Shoes, Hats,
Shirts, everything you need
to help you have a good
time at the Fair.
(UMMINS jf WfEAREN
Home of H. S. t M.
All Wool Clod
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