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THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY. OCTOIEB 4. 1912
We have just re
ceived our Fall shoes
in Patents, Vicis,
Velvets, Gun Metals
Etc. We handle the
famous May Man
ton line. You will
find no better in
quality and style at
Hughes, Martin & Co.
I i 'A
Personal and Social.
Mrs. Ucttio llnrnelt N isltitiK
friemla nnil relntixes in IIuMonvillr.
Mr. nml Mrs. 1). W. Mnlian of
Danville, wcro 'the uuests Mrs.
Ilvsiic llnnliii Tnesilny.
Mr. J. F. Cummin, gixuit tlio ilnv
with her Fistor, Mrs. II. 1). C'nnipholl
nt Crnli Orclmnl, Wcdiiestlny.
Mr. flrorce Fnrris lins heen con
fined his lioino several ilins with
Mrs. Ocorco Wcnrrn sold n honn
to Mr. Woods of Somerset, for S125
Ororcc II. Fnrris Jins been miito
ill for several dtns. hcini; confined
to hi liomc.
Miller Hill hn been Jnitl up with
mnlnrinl fever for ft week but U
nbe to be out njinin.
Mrs. Iloswell. of Slielbyville. is the
cnest of her sister, Mrs. Will Siiv
ernnce. Mit-s Josephine F.lmnre. of Louis
Tille, is the cueht of Mrs. II. C. An
derson, nnd fnmilv this week.
Mrs. Kussell Urown wnn the trucrt
of Mrs. Durhnm nt Crnb Orchard.
Mrs. Howman Owens, of Mchinne
who has been visitinc Mrs. 11. H.
Gentry, nt Lcxincton hi returned
Mr. D. II Rpoonamore, who spent
several months with the homeioiks.
has cone to Cleburne, Texas, to
viMt relntives there.
Mr. mid Mrs. Granville K. Lutes,
out on the lltf-tonvillc pike, nre bo
ine concrntulnteil upon the nrrivnl
of nn cidit-pound dnuditcr in their
borne. , ,
Cnrrirr .Joo Mnnninc nnd wife nre side" Cnliier
conLTntnlntinc them upon the ar
rival of another beautiful little
dnuchtcr in their home.
Mr. IJ. K. McKolicrts mid dnuch
ter, Miss I.ettie Mnv. nf Lnncnster.
drove over hero Wednesday to meet
Mrs. MeKoberts's mother. Mrs.
Ware, of Hopkinsville. who will visit
her for several dajs.
Mr. nnd Mr. J. F. Iloldnm, of
C'rnl) Orclinrd, were here Tluirsilny.
Mr. Will Komnns mid 31 r. Cole
man (Itilley, of I.nncnbter, were here
Hon. llnrvcy Helm will speak in
the interest of democracy nt Hnr
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Satin nro in
Louisville tJiis week. Mr. Snlin is
iittcntlini; the Hankers' Association
I'rof. Joiinh Dntsou was up from
Somerset this week. He has just
bought n nice home in tlio enpitnl
of l'lilutjki and is greatly pleased
Little Alonzo Araes Adnms, the
yenr old daiiRhter of Charlie Adams
died nt his homo in Jlowlnnil Tucs
day and wns buried nt Goshen on
Mrs. 11. II. Crow, ho has been
suffering from nn attack of rheuma
tism, is nt Klixir Spring for an ex
tended stay. Her mnny friends
hope she will return fully restored.
Our friend and patron, Mr, Hufns
Lippe, of tho Hustonville Holler
Mills, had tJic misfortune to fall
from a shed on which he wns work
ing the other day and brenk both
bones of bis left arm near the wrist.
This i'l rnliy inconvenience Mr.
Lipps, but we'll wager it will not
pTeent his looking nftcr the inter
efts of the big enterprise with which
he has been connected for some time
Col. S. T. llnrris, Vice President
of the First Nntionnl Hank, spent
scMT.nl days in Louisville attending
the meeting of the bankers. Be-
W. M. Unclit. tnc
Lincoln County National Hnnk is re
presented in tlic meeting by Sen
ntor It. L. Hubble, while CaMiier M.
II. S.tlin nnd Vice President J. S.
Hice, went for the Stnto Hank &
Trust Co. There is no one to gain
mv Hint the Stanford banks r
well nnd subMnntinlry rcpresontca
in the important meeting.
Mrs. .1. C. McClnry is in Nashville.
Jenn., on n visit to relntives.
Dr. M. if. Phillips hits returned
from London, where he lins been vis
iting. Mr. mid Mrs. Ilichmd Hampton,
nre here from Lcbnnon Junction
with relatives nnd friends.
Miss Lottie Fnris, of Kirkuvillc,
who has been visiting Mis Lena
Palmer left Thursday for Little
(lock, Ark., to reinniu for soma time.
Mrs. Geurce Keller nnd daughter,
Miss Josephine Keller, who Iinvo
been spending the summer in Dun
illi with Mr. and Mrs, Joe Fnr
ris, left Wednesday for their hoi.ie
in Orlando, Fin. Danville Advocate.
Professor W .0. Hopper, of Ml.
.Sterling, was the host nt mi evening
luncheon nt tlio Phoenix in Lexing
ton, Wednesday, to Mis Margaret
Hopper, of Stnnford, Misses Stella
and Gnrnett Holniisim, of Mt. Ster
ling, Tom Sutton, of Mt. Sterling,
and Joa Hopper, of Danville. Ths
present will long remember tho
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Good Wliito Girl Wanted. Per
manent home and good wages. Ad
dicss llo.x 12711. 73-1.
Just iceeivcil a nice lino of box
paper nnd corresponding enrds.
Prices Uoo nnd 60c nt Penny's the
Hcxnll Store. 7U-2.
Sessions in phy-icnl culture and
elocution or expression nt my homo
on LnnenMer street. Tuesday and
Thursday nml Saturdays, hours H:.'I0
to 5:30, except Saturday when
hours will lie 2 to 5 P. M!. L. M.
Goodkiiiuht. Kvcning clnsscs 7 to 0.
Tho Fisenl Court was in session
all day Tuesday, nllowing miscel
laneous nnd merchants' claims. The
sum of allowances will run up to
nbout the usual nmount. These
claims nre payable nfter January 1.
The entire fiscal court wns present.
Money to Loan. From $1,000 io
$2."),000, at r per cent, with good
leal estate security. E. D. Penning
ton, Stanford, Ky. 78-8p.
Sam Robinson Contest.
The pinno contest nt Sam Robin
son's store is progressing nicely, ns
nil the contestants nre working hard.
Mis Mary Hubbard won the dinner
set last week. The standing of the
conte-tnnts is ns follows:
Why Women Arc Not RICH.
Min U millionaire many lime oer in the pottcttion of blood cctll. Worn
an li not quite to rich, lor cicnti(i lux procn th the normal man hu6ve mil
lion the woman only lour and a hall million to a cubio millimetre of blood.
A decrease in number ot red blood corpuiclea and a person " looks pale "in
fact, is anaemic, the blood does nut et the ritht lood and probably the stomach ia
Dr. 15. V. 1'iercc found rars ao that a &l)ccrie extract cf foldcn seal snd
Orefon frape roots, queen's root and bloodroot with black cherr) bark, would help
the assimilation ol the food in the stomach, correct liver ills and in Nature's own
way increase the red blood corpuscles. I his medicine he
called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discoery. Ily assimi
lating the food eaten the system is nourished and the blood
takes on a rich red color. Nen outness is only " the cry
of the starved neres for food," and when the nerves are
led on rich red blood the person looses those irritable fctl
infs, sleeps well at night and is refreshed in the morning.
! wst itUclcnl with atrvere nrnroui dit. which u rautrd liy
a dlsonlcrnl tumsrh and liter," writrs MR. Jam. V. LlVELY.of Wh.
km. Trnn.. ltuula 2, Ilox S3. All my friemls Ihuutlit I uM ll artl
the twtt physkUna ysvo mo up. I was oJv1m to try Dv. lerre's
Uoldrn Mnllco Plsroxry, and dcrivnl much tcntfit frum samr. My
com had run so lunir. It had Uforne o rhronlc that nolhlmr would rffrct
a prmonrnt curr. Iut Dr. Ilrrre't mullrln has done much for ma and
7..t. sul. i.ll. ,..... a. . a L Ita th.u. . 1.. ku.,A it.uls
n. uvelt. tirQ. UlftraMS bac ruu iki Iwnie that there U no chanm to bo curul.
Dr. fierce' Medical Aihier 31 ifimpi, lu pay fur wrapplntf unj mailiatf oaly.
W. A. Tribble SSJ.
You could not please us bet
ter than to ask your doctor
about Aycr's Cherry Pectoral
for coughs, colds, croup, bron
chitis. Thousands of families
always keep it in the house.
The approval of their physi
cian and the experience of
many years have given them
great confidence in this
standard cough medicine.
Sold for seventy years.
Any tood doexor will tell you that a medi
cine Tike Aver't Cherry Pectoral cannot
do Its best work If the bowels are con
stipated. Ask your doctor if he knows
tnythlnf, better than Ayer's Pills for cor
recting this sluRKisnness or tne liver.
Ud by t! J. Q. Xttn CO., Lewtll, Koso.
I.of-nl btorkholilcrs in the Ilonrv,
Clnv Fne liiMirnncu Company, of
I.t'Xiii'.'ton. were miulc hnppv this
week li the receipt of check on n
12 1-2 per cent dividend declined
hy the company. The Henry Clay
is a Kentucky institution, nnd li;i
"inndc tood" fioin the stnrt.
tnproed clover nnd timothy seed
er nt W. II. Ilipgins.
You want the best policy when
vou insure. See Fish & Bromley,
Stanford, Ky. Insure everything.
In Masonry Is Given Harvey Helm
By Danville Ledge, Here.
A Severe Sickness Leaves
The Kidneys Weak
After recovering from a severe
spell of sickness somo time ago, 1
wns nil run down and suffering from
pour blood. I would hnvo pains in
uiy back and hips an my kidneys
bothered be all tho time I started
taking Swnmp-Root upon tho re
commendation of a friend nnd found
it wns iust what I needed. My
blood became all right and after
tnkuiK a few bottles, I was surpris
ed nt tho effect it had on my kid
neys. They were entirely cured nnd
1 have much to be thankful for that
your great remedy did for inc.
Yours very truly
V. O. ULACKMON,
Phenix City, Ala.
Sworn to and subscribed before
me, this the 14th day of July 1909.
V. J. liirs, Justice of the Peace.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.
Bingtiamton, N. Y.
Prove What Swamn Root Will Do
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hnmtoii, K. Y., for a Bample bottle.
It will convince anyone. You will
also receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling all about the
kidneys and bladder. When writing
be sure to mention tho Stanford In
terior Journal. Regular fifty cent
and one-dollar sire, bottles for sale
at all drug atores.
The degree team of the Danville
Masonic lodge, headed by that
matchless Mason, Col. Henry San
difer, raised Congressman Helm, to
the sublime degree of a Ifnstcr Mn-
on, for Lincoln lodge No. CO here
last Friday night. A large number
of Masons from this section of the
Mate were present, nnd spent a de
Among the visiting Masons here
were Cleo Tliomns, S. M. Owens, Dr.
T. II. Singleton, Wm. McGuffev, K.
II. Metcnlf, Pierce Butler, and C. M.
Sipple, f McKinney, C. B. Creech,
i. li. Young, S. J. Bell. J. R. Wil
son, Joe Elliott, L. W. Branson, nnd
Q. It. Jones, of Middlcburg, M. F.
Lawrence, V. A. Carson, F. XI.
Long, It. XL Blackerby, E. J. Brown,
Spears Fisher, of the county, W". T.
Stephenson, of Lebanon Junction, A.
T. Bromley, of Edinburg, Va., and
the following delegation from Frnnk
lin lodge of Danville: V. II. Thur
mond, F. N. Oerhart, XL E. Curdy,
J. T. Parks, W. B. Coleman, J. R.
Cowan, lliekmnn Carter. Gill Coop
er, E. R. Dillehay, II. G. Sandifer,
John S. Wells, G. T. Thurmond, R.
II. Morgan, E. T. Dunigan, Eugene
Pope, W. G. J)unlnp, and, Hubert
Severance & Son.
Used to Live In Lincoln
Rear Admiral Lueicn Young, who
died in New York City of a ruptured
hbod vessel Wednesdnj', wns form
erly a Lincoln county man and was
well known by a number of Stan
ford people, including Xlr. G. B.
Cooper and Judge Bailey. He lived
for a number of years in the West
End on the farm now owned by Xlr.
J. K. Helm nnd diirin" that time
ppetit much of his time in Huston
ville. He was considered a ery
brilliant man nnd wns almost a per
fect specimen of physical manhood.
Ily wns nn intimate friend of Xlr.
Cooper, who regretted cry much to
hear of his sudden demise.
The ranii who borrowed my rain
coat at the Stanford fair is request
ed to send it home. Xly name is
written in ink in the back. R. S.
Scndiler. XfcKinnev. 70-2t.
rf3H9r,?TVl0I''S swiuoab rtaV BW
PCnaLVaaaHaHPlalaV I HU I V
Miltitndes of People
take SCOTTS EMULSION regu
larly to repair wasted vitality and
enrich the blood to withstand
winter colds and exposure.
It contains the highest grade of
cod lirer oil, medically perfected;
it U a cream-like food-medicine,
crupsJouily pure and healthful
without drug or stimulant En
dorsed and advocated by medical
SCOTTS EMULSlONdnvts out
colds nourishes the membranes
of the throat and lungs and keeps
EMULSION for fan anaf bnuxfuml
sjwfeia orw, tight cJUaf anaf
oif puUttniary f rwoiW.
Equally good for infants,
children or adults, but you must
Bcorr ft Bowna. BloomlcM, IT. J. U-M
For Rent. Storeroom well lo
cated; low rent; for information
call at this office. 80-tf.
Why are Sue Bennett Memorial
school graduates always successful f
Because they acquired character as
well as ability. CG-16.
There will be a box supper at
Neal's Creek school bouse next Sat
urday evening. All are invited to
The Crab Orchard tax books .itc
ready and at the Crab Orchard
Bank. Miss Ophelia Lackey, Treas
Lincoln County Naltional Bank
Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford Ky.
DIRECTORS Who Direct the Manaqement of this Bank.
Geo. W. Carter. Stanford.
W. XL Bright, Stanford.
W. D. Edmiston, Crab Orchard
S. J. Kmbry, Jr., Stanford.
Lilhurn (Jooch, Stanford.
R. L. Hubble. Lancaster. ,
W. II. Cummins, Preachcfsville.
Jno. N. Xlenefee. Sr.. Stnnford
W. M. Mathcny, Stanford.
A. T. Nunnelley, Stanford.
J. B. Paxton Stanford.
J. W. Rochester, Stnnford.
W. II. Shanks, Stanford.
W. O. Walker. Stanford.
T. C. Rankin, Lancaster.
For land survejing call on M. C.
Newland, Route 1, Stanford, Ky. or
phone him at 30 W. Crab Orchard.
For Sale. Two passenger Buiek
automobile runabout C months. Ful
ly equipDcd except speedometer.
Would consider a good gentle horse
in trado for it. R. M. Arnold, Dan
ville, Ky. 77-3.
For Sale Rhode Islnnl Red hcis
nt 75c and 50c; also White Guineas
at $1 apiece. One good bone cutter
nnd one vegetable cutter at $3. Xlre.
W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard. 748
For Sale. Houso and lot in
Xforolnnd; all necessary outbuildings
place well wuleied, cistern at door.
XIrs. Addie Jennings.XIoreland. 75-8p
Stitt o Ohio Cm of Toitoo. I
Lvcas Covmt. t
ntANS 3. CntMl malt oath that he is K-nlor
partnrr et tbe nrm ol K. J. Chsmt A Co. dou
DuslQfM in Ibe City ot Tolrdo. County sad Fut
sfomakl. ami that sakl Orm lll pay tfce sum ol
ONC IICNDncu DOLLARS lor cacb and ntry
raso ol Catarrh that cannot te currd by tnc ue ol
UAU.S CATARRH CIRX
FRANK J CHENEY.
Svorn to before me snd cutwrlbcd in my presence.
tbu Itn diy ot Dtccmbtr, A. V , Ik's.
I I A. W. OLEASOV.
I dIi 1 KOIART raUC
Halls Catarrh Cure Is takrn Internally and arts
directly upon the blood snd mucous suriacta ot tLe
system, bend lor tratlmoouu rree.
F. J. CHENEY i CO.. Toledo. O
Sold by all Prostata. 7Sc.
laic llsll 1 1 aniUv I'UW "' cnoMlpatlon.
E. D. Pennington,
General Farm Surveying
52-6m Phone 172, Stanford, Ky.
tmd SURETY BONDS
School (or Teachers
ftsraMlMdlBf u Kl.n.Bt.rr
IbUtri11. ui Llf iit Crr
lldt.u.. V.llt la all Faille
gjwel ar K.ataekT. fDMlai
ronrftM III R.l.
Cr.. Tillies rrr la A -nal.lM,.
luriM.araawlristSaol. M ...lulali : SalMlaf
S3i" S. sia4 T.rm i.W 1": Tsl; " .J"7
IT r.arlbT,miprlll, 8umi SV-kool . Jul. IS,
Csuloivt Tim. m .nni t IJ.i
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Your Houst Nitls
Step off and take a look at
vour home, Doesn't It need
painting? New Is the time
to have it done. Paint before
the winter rain and snow be
pins to fly. Hanna's Green
Seal, the made to wear paints
are the right kind to use.
Formula with every can. For
Sale by G. I. PIU1ITT. More
land, Ky.. and L. L. SAN
DERS, Crab Orchard. Ky.
for the whole family
in the Fall Styles and New Shapes,
in all kinds and grades of leather.
for winter while you can find
what you want.
Cummins fe T.earbj
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