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THE STANFOUt INTERIOR JtUNNAL, tTANFOBt, KENTUCKY TUESDAY. OCTMEB 1. HI?
H. K-rt ' i "is."
We have juit re
ceived ourFall 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.
1 flCw ' f
i & fA If
Personal and Social.
Sirs. Dave Hnmilton, of Louisville
was here nt Mrs. llnmilton'tt funeral.
Miss Alloc Uearley U confined to
lifr bed ncnin.
Air. Wcnrcn Ittighcs wns Iiere
Sunday, from .Memphis, Tcnn.
Mr. mid .Mrs. V. E. Olover spent
scveml days in Louisville.
.Mien Eloise Hcnzlcy was the guest
of Misses IJenrley at Lancaster.
Mr. V. T. IJojiiHy, of Yoscmito,
is. with his daughter, Mr. Sjtcnr
Mrs. J. C. Harris, of Nashville,
has returned home after n visit to
Miss Mollie Dnugherty.
Misses Lorn and Anna Ilurcli,
have been visiting Miss Hess Spoon
nmorc. Mrs. William Heck is visiting her
on, Dr. Joe Deck nnd family at
Miss Florence Deck left Monday
for Vnncrliurg, Mins where (he will
spend the winter.
Mrs. Wnnd Dullard nn, children.
of Itichnxind, arc the gucrts of Mrs.
Joseph Coffey and other relatives.
- Jfev. Win. Ilipifr, of IluniMde,
passed through here Monday goinc
Mrs. li. H. Hilton went to Ilrod
hrml Monday to visit her mother,
Mis. J. It. Cn..
Mr. ldchnnl K. I'epples came
home from l'aris to the funeral of
his mint, Mrs. Hamilton.
Mrs. Joseph Coffey has returned
from Frankfort, where she had been
to take her grandson, little William
Shelby Coffey, who had been here
Msituig for some time.
MNs Winnie Davis llibb, who has
been here all summer from Okla
homa City, will frpend the winter
with her mint, Mrs. Guy Jtallou at
Mrs. J. II. McTshon, of Lebanon
Junction came up Saturday and Mi
Stella Hale who has been there for
Fometime returned home with her.
Mrs. Itichard Hocker and chil
dren went to Richmond Saturday to
sec her mother, Mrs. M-. K. l'helps,
Who is ill.
Mrs. W. ". Carter of Lebanon
Junction, who hns been iiting her
sister, Mr?. Ilowcn Ooode, returned
Mr. Charles T. Hohon, of Leba
non, was here Saturday returning
from Tenneec where he bought a
lot of cnftlo for himself and Mr. J.
J. T. Menefee, of Knoxville, wa
homo for a short time last week with
his parent. Mr. and Mrs. J. X.
Menefeo. His wife U vi-itinc lier
sister, Mrs. I.ucien Deekner. nt
Winchester, for a short stay since
their mother's denth.
Pc-ru-na and Ka-tar-no
ether hand, th.
I have received
rv letter from a
young lady, who
asks me: "la
the old Te-ru-na
ter than the re
cine has Its
place. One Is
adapted for one
er for another.
Ka-tar-no Is a
for some condi
tions than the
la a better remedy for some conditions
than Ka-tar-jio. They are both in
tended a catarrh remedies. They have
both done a treat work in relieving
catarrh, chronto and acute. Many
hundreds of cases of chronlo catarrh
have recovered while taking Ka-tar-no
and the same Is true of the revised Pe-ru-na
during- the last six years since
There is a difference, however, In
th two remedies. Whenever catarrh
la associated with constipation then
the revised Pe-ru-na Is the best. In
deed, this is exactly why the revision
was made, to meet such cases. But
where no laxative is needed, where the
bowels are regular or Inclined to be
loose, then the old Pe-ru-na (Ka-tar-o)
Is the better remety.
The revised Pe-ru-na Is for sale tt
rB drug stores. Those wishing to ob
tain Ka-tar-no, address The Ka-tar-no
Ca, Oalwafetia, Ohio.
Mrs. Irvine, of Louisville, is the
guest of her son, Mr. X. Irvirtc.
Misses Fnnnio nnd 0. iodic Ilcdd,
of Crab Orchard were here Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ilrcck, of Mich
wend, were the guests f MY- nnd
Mr. W. A. Tribblo last week.
Mr. T. H. Stephenson, of I'untn',
Gorda, Fin., is here the guest of his
sister, Miss I'attic Stephenson.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hays. Mrs.
Del tic Hardin and Mrs. J. II. Wil
liams were in Lexinuton Tuesday.
Miss Daisy Vnndevecr went to
Iticliiuond Sunday to visit her broth
er, Mr. Vniideu-cr nnd family.
John Whipp returned with his
brother, V. W. Whipp from Liberty
nnd is his guest for n few days.
Mrs. J. C. Lynn has returned
home after n visit to her husband,
Mr. J. C. Lynn nt Frankfort.
Mrs. Mnttie Stephens, of Coving
ton, is the guest of Mr. Will Wearen
Misses Hallic Urown nnd Ella
Henry, of Lancaster, were the guests
of Mrs. K. J. Urown last week.
Miss Lena Deck, of McKinuey,
came down Friday to meet Miss
Christine Metcalfe, of Paint Lick.
Mr. L. T. Andrews, who hns been
visiring his fnthcr-in-Inw, Mr. V. II.
Murphy, left Friday night for his
iiume tit tm rnin, j eras.
Mrs. Thurlow Jones, who has
been quite ill of coliti-j nt tho home
of Mr". Hetti Fowler, on Main
street, is improving nicely.
Mrs. Kittic Hnley and children, of
Lebanon Junction, who have been
here with her sister, Mrs. Dink Far
mer returned homo .Monday.
Misses Anna nnd May Warren
dell for Lexiiietoii Monday, where
they will attend Smith's Uusiiiess
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. K. Fowle have
returned to their homo nt Lebanon
Junction nfter a isit to his fath
er, Mr. X. W. Fowlc.
Mr. T. J. Christcrson, who ran a
store at McKinuey some 23 years
ago, was here several days ago with
his uncle, Mr. M. O. Vandevecr. He
is now n resident of Lexington.
Mesdnuics J. W. Alcorn and Mary
J. Iturch, J. D. Pnxton, Hugh Held,
went to McAfee enmity, Saturday to
attend n I'nioa meeting of the Pres
byterian church. They made the
trip in Grimes Dcazlcy's auto.
.Mr. 11. J. Tanner, of McKinnoy,
was luie Sntuiday returning from
Heron where he had been to sec his
son, Kay Tanner, who is in school
there aiid who has lecently had to
undergo on operation.
Mr. and -Mrs. Charles Owens, and
daughter, Hcrnieo, of Hominy, Oklu.
and Mrs. X.-.ncy McKinscv, o ilus
tonvillo were th" guests 4f Mrs.
l.i7it' Hooker nnd other lelative
Mr. Dud Connelly, head of tho
Conley Construction Co., of Somer
set, was hero last week looking nf
ter sonic business interests. Cr.
(.oiuielley has' done a great deal of
conciete woik m tins city aim is wen
Misa Lena Palmer and mother,
Mis. Annie Pruitt delightfully cu
tcitained Prof, nnd Mrs. J. W. Ire
land, Miss Darnell, Miss Iluuuncll,
und Prof. G. Kemper at n six o
clock course dinner last Friday.
Prof. J. W. Ireland, Mrs. Grin-
blend anil i.uene jrviunu wciii, i"
Frankfort Sntuiday. They returned
with Joe Severance in his linmlsome
Michiean cur. Mr: boveraueo is
agent for tho Michigan and hud been
here several days demonstrating.
Mrs. Doge Urown, of Lancaster,
bus beeu with Dr. nnd Mrs. K. J.
Drown for several days. She hns
been (uite ill, nnd successfully bus
tained nn operation early in the
week. Her many frieuds will be
glnd to know she is improving nice
ly. Mr. Urown hns been here with
her for several days.
Mrs. A. S. Itobeitson gnvo a very
delightful Auction Hridge party
Wednesday afternoon in honor of
Miss Polly Trnylor, of Richmond.
Several pretty prizes xvcro awarded
nnd tboso fortunate in receiving
them wero Miss Polly Trnylor, Miss
Sara Cecil, Mrs 0. L. Mny, Miss
Lucy Donegby nnd Miss Emily Let
cher. Danville Mesenger.
X Hmmt RN tf
In response to tho nppenl to pub
lic spirited citizens to co-operate
with Wood row Wilson in his inten
tion to accept no money from eclf
Feeking interests, in the financing
of tho campaign, the I. J. has open
ed nn Honor Hoi I of those citizens
who arc willing to nssist in tho good
fight. Checks should be made pay
aMcto W. O. Dnvi, Trcns., nnd nil
received will be ncknowlcdged by
tho I. J, in these columns nnd for
warded to the campaign treasurer.
Contributions so far received arc:
II. C. Carpenter -,. $1.00
Shclton Snuflcy $23.00
Kendrick Alcorn $5.00
W. 8. Durch 1.00
T. J. Hill, Jr 1.00
M. V. North 1.00
0. B. Cooper , 1.00
"V Vi, Ilai,cy I-00
Y. L. McCnrty . 1.00
T. N. Aldridge 1.00
II. S. Scudder 1.00
C. T. Chatham 1.00
J. It. Powell 1.00
T. A. Hicc 1.00
II. D. Aldridge 1.00
1. T. Moser ". 1.00
K. C. Jordnn 1.00
G. L. Penny 1.00
J. H. Engleman, Sr. 1.00
. A. Carson 1.00
M. S. Huiiu'liimin 1.00
II. W. Givcns 1.00
T. D. Xowlnnd 1.00
L. It. HiiL-lies 1.00
J. W. Irelnnd 1.00
J U. Pnxton L'.50
W. C. Shnnks 1.00
J. C. Itciil 1.00
J. F. Holdnm 1.00
I. W. Fish, Crnb Orchard 1.00
C. F. Garnctt, Crnb Orchnrd ..1.00
Mrs. W. G. Welch 1.00
Mrs. tela Lm UmMc t StMtf
n ler Feet Mere ThM a Few
Pendenrrasfl Qa. Mrs. Delia Lour,
Of this place. In a recent letter, says:
"for fire or six years, I suffered agon
ies with womanly troubles.
Often, I couldn't sit up more than a
few minutes at a time, and If I stood
on my feet lontc, I would faint,
I took Cardul, and It helped me Im
mediately. Now, I can do my work all
the time, and don't suffer like I did."
Take Cardul when you feel 111 In any
way weak, tired, miserable, or under
the weather. Cardul Is a strength
building tonic medicine for women.
It has been found to relieve pain and
distress caused by womanly troubles,
and Is an excellent medicine to have on
band at all times.
Cardul acts on the womanly consti
tution, building up womanly strength,
toning up the nerves, and regulating
the womanly organs.
Its half century of success Is due to
merit It has done good to thousands.
Will you try It? It may be Just what
you need. Ask your druggist about
Cardul. He will recommend It
H.B. TTrUtfot lin' MvUoirTVl.,Qn;
oofi M4lrlntCo.,Chitiuroci,Ttiia..for Bpteuu
Jnstruelumt, tni M-rf bra. Hon TruUMrt
far Woott," mm In puia wra nr, a. !)
A splendid audience promises to
greet the first Lyceum number on
October '23. Season tickets and re
served seats nt Penny's Drug Store,
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Two or three nice rooms for rent.
Mrs. Eva Hoffman. 81-2p.
Lost. Sunday morning a blue
serge Xorfolk cont for boy, the find
er please return to Guy Hallnu, City.
Wanted. A good cow, cither Jer
sey or Holstcin, with or wilhoat
enlf, giving not less thou four gal
lons of milk per day, sound gentle
nnd all right. John Coulter, Middle
burg, Ky. 81-2.
You want the best policy when
vou insure. See Fish & Bromley,
Stanford, Ky. Insure everything.
The man who borrowed ray rain
coat at the Stanford fair is request
ed to send it homo. My nnme is
written in ink in the back. It. S.
Scudder, McKinnev, 7G-2t.
For land surveying call on M. C.
Xcwland, Koutc 1, Stanford, Ky. or
phone him nt 30 W. Crnb Orchnrd.
Prof. II. Caldwell, principle of the
MoKinney Graded School, was n
.substantial caller nt this office Sat
urday. He told us that his school
is 7rogressing nicoJy nnd that a
new library had just been ordered
TO SICK WOMEN
Thousands Have Been Helped
By Common Sense
Women suffering from any form of fe
male ills ore invited to communicate
promptly with the woman's private corre
spondence department of the Lydia, E.
Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.
Your letter will bo opened, read and
answered by a woman and held in strict
confidence. A woman can freely talk of
her private illness to a woman; thus has
been established a confidential corre
spondence which has extended qver
many years and which has never been
broken. Never have they published a
testimonial or used a letter without tho
written consent of tho writer, and never
has the Company allowed theso confiden
tial letters to get out of their possession,
as the hundreds of thousands of them in
their files will attest
Out of the vast volume of expenenco
which they have to draw from, it is more
than possible that they possess tho very
knowledge needed in your case. Noth
ing is asked in return except your good
will, and their advice has helped thou
sands, bureiy any
woman, rich or poor,
should be glad to
take advantage of
this generous offer
of assistance. Ad
drees Lydia E. Pink
ham Medicine Co.,
Every woman ought to bare
Lydla E. Plakbam's 80-page
Test llook. It is not a book for
genera! distribution, as It Ih toe
expensive. It la free and only
obtainable by stall Writ for
It today. ..
sick iicndnciic is cnuscii ny n
disordered Mnmncli. Take Cham
berlain's Tablets nnd coircet that
nnd the headnchc will di-nnnenr.
hor salo by G. L. Penny.
There will be a pic supper at the
Walnut tint school rndny night,
October 11th. All nrc invited to nt
Harry Jacobs, the McKinne.v
Monument Man, hns contracted witb
Mr. S. II. Knughmnn to erect nn
18,000 pound granite monument at
the grave of his wife in BuffnN
Dr. nnd Mrs. Hans Greyvnlez
have arrived from Minnesotn, to
iitnke their homo near Ottenheim.
Dr. (ircywiier. is n learned German
physician nnd lie nnd his family will
be cordially welcomed to Lincoln.
Three splendid pieces of Lincoln
county real estate will be offered for
snle by Mr. J. S. Murphy, seven
miles from town on tho Hustonville
turnpike on Tuesday, October 22.
At the same time Mr. Murphy will
sell his flour mill nt McKinney nnd a
lot of extra good stock nnd other
property. Head his large adver
For Sale Rhode Islanl Red boss
nt 75c nnd 50o; also White Guineas
at $1 apiece. One good bone cutter
and one vegetable cutter nt $3. Mrs.
W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard. 748
IN MAMMOTH CAVE
The Dry Fall Outing to Kentucky's
Great Subteranean Wonder, or
200 Miles Under Ground
Tuesday, Oct. 15
Arranged for private and select
patties, hoiue people nnd their vis
itors. River low, echo grand, and
cave (Ty- '-N'0 mo to sec Mammoth
Cave when nt its best. Round-trip
railrond fnre $4.33 from Stnuford
nnd nil way stations on regulnr
train 4:40 a. m. Hoard and Cave
lintel from arrival for dinner until
nfter dinner following dny, nlso in
cluding tho two trips through the
envo for $o.50. Limit on tickets 10
Write or phono L. & X. Agent.
r Zldi Ik
A Severe Sickness Leaves
The Kidneys Weak
After lecovering from a severe
spell of sickness some time ago, I
was nil run down nnd suffering from
poor blood. I would havn pains iu
my back nnd hips nn my kidneys
bothered be nil tho timo I started
taking Swamp-Root unon the re
commendation of a friend nnd found
it wns just what I needed. My
blood became nil right nnd nfter
taking n few bottles, I was surpris
ed nt tho effect it had on my kid
neyt. They wero entirely cured nnd
I hnvo much to be thankful for that
your great remedy did for me.
Yours very truly
W. O. BLACKMOX,
Phcnix City, Ala.
Sworn to nnd subscribed before
me. this tho 14th dny of July 1009.
. J. liirs, Justice of the Peace.
Or. Kilmer 4 Co.
infhamton, N. Y.
Prove What Swamji Rest Will Do
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ding
hnniton, X. Y., for a sample bottle.
It will convince anyone. You will
nlso receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling all about tbe
kidneys and bladder. When writing
be sure to mention the Stanford In
terior Journal. Regular fifty cent
and one-dollar Bite bottles for sale
at all drug store.
To use good judgment in business we know means suc
cess. We believe Stanford and Lincoln County will sup
port a live Ladies' Ready-Made Garment Department in our
store, and in order to do this we must have your patronage.
The advantages are not ail ours, as 'tis quite a convenience
to have brought to your door the most exclusive styles of
the New York makers and at prices less than cities and larg
er towns ask. We have many exclusive garments that we
buy only one of and will not duplicate, that the buyer will
not fear seeing the same garment on 'the street. Our selec
tions are from a number of makers and the line is as varied
as one could ask. We want you to come and look as many
times as you like. You don't have to hurry (and repent a
season) but take the garment home, inspect it carefully;
keep it if you like, return it if you don't like it.
Our object is not to sell you once but to make you a loy
al customer by being loyal to you in regard to the quality
we offer and the prices we ask.
Severance & Son.
Your City Taxes Are Due
I Sis per cent will be ndded I
Xov. 1st. Office next door
I to new Stnte Bank. I
B. I). CARTER, 80-3t
For Rent. Storeroom' well lo
cated; low rent;
call at this office.
Money to Loan. From $1,000 to
$25,000, at 5 per cent, with good
real estate security. E. D. Penning
ton, Stanford, Ky. 78-Sp.
For Sale. House and lot in
Moreland; all necessary outbuildings
place well watered, cistern nt door.
Mrs. Addie Jennings.Morelnnd. 75-8p
Bun or Omo Citt or Toiroo. I
Lvta Covntt. "
Fhavi J. Ciiimt nukn c.tti thit lie fc eralot
rutnrr ol the Arm ot F. J. chimi A Co. dome
business in the Cltr of Toledo. Couotr and bute
aforeutd. &nd that said firm vrlll pay the sum ot
ONE HUNDRED DOLLAHS tor each and every
ease ot Caiasrh that cannot tx cured by the use ol
llitX'B CATAKBB ClU.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and suberrlbed In my presence,
this Ith day ol December, A. D . ltt.
I -" l . A. W. GLEASOX.
I ,i5i. I NoTamr Vnuc.
tlalls Catarrh Cure to taken tntcrnallr and art
directly upon tbe Diood and mucous suriacea ol tne
system, tend tor testimonials, free.
F 1. CHRNF.Y A CO, Toledo, O
Sold by all DruHists. 7Se.
Tax, llsu s Family FUW for constipation.
For Sale. A desirable residence
with store room nnd nil necessary
improvements, nenr depot. Good
location. For further particulars
sec Hughes & McCnrty, Stanford,
Lincoln County Naltionil Bank
Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford, Ky.
DIRECTORS-Who Direct the Management of this Bank.
Geo. W. Curter, Stanford.
V. M. Bright, Stanford.
V. D. Edmiston, Crab Orchard
P. J. Embry, Jr., Stanford.
Lilburn Gooch, Stanford.
R. L. Hubble, Lancaster.
W. II. Cummins, Preachersvillc.
Jno- y. Menefee. Sr.. Stanford
W. M. Mntheny, Stanford.
A. T. Nunnelley, Stanford.
J. B. Pnxton Stanford.
J. W. Rochester, Stnnford.
W. HT Shanks, Stnnford.
W. O. Walker, Stanford.
T. C. Rankin, Lancnster.
E. D. Pennington,
General Farm Surveying
52-6m Phone 172, Stanford, Ky.
X. M. RXWZiAlID
I am determined to go to Illinois.
I will on
THURSDAY, OCT. 17,
1912, nt my residence, known as the
old "Abraham Farm'', near Sugar
Grove School House, 2 1-2 miles of
Crab Orchnrd, near the Ottenheim
pike, commencing piomptly nf 10 A.
M. sell the following described pro
perty: 1 extra good milk cow, 1 yearling
calf,, 1 mule colt, 1 horse colt, 4
fattening hog, weighing about 200
pounds each, 1 wardrobe, 1 dreser,
3 bedsteads, 2 sets bed springs, 1
rocking chair, C chairs, 1 sewing
machine, 1 safe, 1 wrought iron
raniro. cost $33 nnd ns good ns new;
n lot wf canned fruit and many oth
er tilings too numerous to mention
J. P. Chandler, Auct.
Your Horn Nndt
Step off and take a look at
your home, Doesn't it need
painting? Now Is the time
to havs It dene. Patat before
the winter rain and mow be
Bins to fly. Hama's Green
Seal, the made to wear paints
are the riant kind to use.
Formula with every can. For
Sale by G. I. PRUITT. More
land. Ky., and L. L. SAN
DERS, Crab Orenard, 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.
Home of All-Wool Clothes.