THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY.
Personal and Social.
Mr. and 'Mrs. I). W. Mnhan, of
Danville, wore hero Tuesday.
Mrs. II. C. Kupley is (inito ill nt
her home on Iognn avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. I'. W. Whipp nnd
son nro visiting in Liberty.
Mr. Jack Newborn left Monday for
Ktioxille In accept n position there.
Mr. Itottio Hardin spent several
days in -Danville last week the guoRt
of relatives and friends.
Miss Marie Sa'.lcc, of Harrodsbug,
is the guest of Mies Mary Shepherd
'Mr. I'roooTl Drown was the guest i
xt Mr. Cecil HruMii nt 1-incaster
Saturday nnd Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mr. Joseph Coffey were
tlio guests of relatives nnd friends j
in Danville lait week.
Miss Mary Hollo Spoonamore. of
thi place, is the guest of Mn. (J1"0
Spoonamore nt l'renclicrsvillc.
Mrn. (J. 0. Perry and daughter,
Dettie were tho guests of her broth
er, Mr. Green l'erry nt Iticlimond,
Saturday nnd Sundny.
Her. nnd Mrs. W. S. fliin-tend,
of London, who have hnve been vis
iting relatives nnd friends have re
Mrs. Gillie.rt (irinstead nnd daugh
ter, of Danville, nro the guests of
Mo.Mlnmes J. U. Hnrris nnd J. W.
New nnd Mrs. I". L. Druce have
retunied home after n visit f sev
eral weeks to relatives and friends
in Spring Hill, Tenn.
Mri. Anderson Xunnclley went to
Winchester Saturday to ho with her
husband, who is tlicro to undergo
Dr. J. G. Carpenter, Messrs. J. G.
Jr., nnd II. C. Carpenter motored to
Shelliyvillp Saturday evening for n
brief visit to Mr. nnd Mrs. II. W.
Carpenter. Dr. Carpenter was on
his wny to Louisville, to the meeting
of thoKentucky Stnto Medical As
sociation. WOMAN SICK
Want Other Women to Know
How She Wat Finally
Restored to Health.
Loulniana, Mo.: "I think a woman
naturally dislikes to make her troubles
known to the public.
but complete restor
ation tohealth means
so much to me Uiat
I cannot keep from
telling mine for the
sake of other suffer
"I had been sick
about twelve years,
and had eleven doc
tors. I had drag.
ring down pains,
pains at monthly periods, bilious spells,
and was getting worse all the time. I
would hardly get over one spell when I
would be sick again. No tongue can tell
what I suffered from cramps, and at
times 1 could hardly walk. Tho doctors
said I might die at ono of thoso times,
but I took Lydla E. Finkham'i Vegeta
ble Compound and got better right away.
Your valuable medicine Is worth more
than mountains of gold to suffering wo
men." Mrs. Uektiia Muff, W3 N. 4th
Street, Louisiana, Mo.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and herbs,
contains no narcotic or harmful drugs,
and to-day holds the record of being the
most succosflf ul remedy for female ills we
know of, and thousands of voluntary
testimonials on file in tho Pinkhom
laboratory at Lynn, Mass., seem. to prove
If job wait special Moo write to
Lytlla E. l'lakkam MedlcUe Co. (cou
deatlal) Ljthb, Mass. Your letter will
be opeued, read aat aaswered by a
waauiLJUid. keM. la strict eeaMeaee.
'livlH Penny i Drug Store, Stanford, Kr
UJI VdmpbcMc Pettui.CMbOrchirJ, Kr
I Adami Bro HuriotmlU, Ky
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jno. 0. lieu! have
returned home nfter n several
weeks' stay in PitUlmrg.
Mrs. B. H. Daniels nnd daughter,
Annio Mno Perkins, of Lancaster,
were here Snturday.
Miss Lula May linker, of Lexing
ton, is the guct oC Mis" Annie
Mrs. W. II. Shanks left Monday
for Hiehmond nnd Lexington to
epeiid hfMTiil ilu8.
Mesdames J. W. Cockine and W.
A. Coffey nnd Mis Itutli Cocking,
of MeKinney, were here Monday
Iter. A. A. Higgins, of Glasgow,
is the guest of his patent, Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Iliggins.
Mr. Hawkins, of Corlnn, was the
guest of Miss Annie Chancellor
M'rsdnnics Robert Collier nnd Sid
ney Duke, of Crab Orchard, were in
Mr. Hlizabeth Dillion is in Lane-aster
viMting relatives 'nnd friends
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Deck are re
ceiving eongrntulntmns over the ar
"ial of n little daughter.
Mr. J. T. WilkiiiMiu, left Monday
for Louisville, where ho has aeeepted
Messrs. Logan Smith and Joe
Pranci-i, of l-inonster, were hero n
t-hurt time Saturday.
W. W. Wade, formerly of Cnbin,
pased through this city Thursday
on his wnv to Louisville on business.
Mrs. L. H. Hilton went to Brod-
liead Tuesday to visit her mother,
Mrs. J. It. Cass.
Mrs. Joan Hall has returned to
her home in Lancaster after n visit
to her daughter, Mrs. Hohon Camp
bell. Mrs. Julia Hitches has returned
home after a visit to her daughter,
Mr. W. K. Carter at hvnnsville,
.Mrs. W. W. Lyons nnd, children,
of Augiintn, Kan., have been the le
eent guests of MUs Lena Palmer
and mother, Mrs. Annie Pruitt.
Mis. H. II. Dntson nnd daughter
Cecil, of Lnnnester Iinvo Teturned
homo nfter n, visit to her parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Hilton.
Mr. J. A. Dcnzley nnd hcildren,
and Mr. M. A. Henzley, of Lan
caster were tho guests of Mrs. Will
K. 1'. Young, a jirominent farmer,
of Kensnw,' Neb., arrived Monday,
for ii visit to his brother, Mr. C.
!M. Yoiiinr. at Highland.
Miss Anne Kllis left Monday in
eonipany with her brother, George
Hllis for the lntter's home in Cun
ningham, Kns. where sbo will spend
Mrs. Gainftt, of Cnvc City, who
has been isiting her daughter, Mrs.
J. S. Nice, went to Crab Orchard
Tuesday to seo her son, Mr. C. F.
Gamett and family. Mrs. Hico ivent
Miss Grace Hiehmond, of Pinc
ville, stopped over hero between
trains Tuesday on her wny home.
Shu had been visiting Mr. Harvey
Vandcveer and family at Hariods
burg. Mesdamcs E. P. Woods, Dettie
Hush and Annie Englcinnn and
Mensib. S. T. Harris aud Georgo P.
Bright, attended tho funeral of their
cousin, Mrs. Susan Hisle, nt Rich
mond Satin day.
'Ann Mmphy, who has been doing
railroad work in tho Panama Canal
Zone, camo homo to attend tho fun
eral of his grandfather Col. Huff
Dmlderar. Others who onino for tho
funeral were Carroll Duddernr, now
ut Millcrsburg, Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Larue, Phil Soden, Mrs. S. P.
Stucky, Misses Alpha and Nannie
Dudderar, his grandchildren, Mrs.
Zan Duddernr, of Louisville, Colvin
Huffman, and Hoy Holtzcluw, of
J. T. Wilkinson has gone to Lou
Uvlltn whrrp he has ncccntcd n nice
position with tho big TnyloT-lsaacs
Karl Coleman has tnken tho posi
tion of pharmacist at Penny's Drug
Store. Ho is ono of tho lincsi nnu
moit popular yotuig men over rear
ed in Klniif.ml. and his host of
friends will rejoice .to know that he
will rcidc here permanently,
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Oil hcnleis, lap robo? etc., nt W.
Como in nnd henr Judge John W.
Hiighos speak Saturday.
For Ilent. Storeroom well lo
cntcd; low Tent; for information
call nt this office. 80-tf.
f.... i ... ivnn 1 nnn t
$25,000 at fi per cent, with good
rcnl estate security. E. D. Penning
ton, Stanlord, Ky. B-op.
Penalty on School Tax will be ad
ded on Nov. 1. in Crab Orchard dis
trict. Oct you receipt from Miss 0.
M. Lackey nt Crnb Orchard Hank.
For rent for year 1013, briek
store room in Stanford, corner of
Mnin nnd Lancaster streets, oppo
site courthouse. J. S. Hooker. 80tf
Lost in Stnnford court day my
black, unfinished worsted overcoat;
made by Levy Dros., Clothing Co. of
Rochester, N. Y. Silk throughout
nnd lapels faced with silk. $10 re
ward for return to W. it, burton,
Lancaster, Ky., 85-3
Don't forget the Heinz display of
good things at W. II. Iliggins next
For sale, at Crab Orchard, a
hoiibo and large lot, opposite the
Dnptist church. Rev. Father Leo,
Ottenhcim Waynesburg P. O. 8(53
I have a nice display of lials for
Indies and children; would le glad
to have you call and sec them. Mrs.
('. M. Young. Highland. 8G-3
All having claims against the cs
tatu of Curtis Govcr, deceased will
please present them promptly prov
en to the undersigned.' Thoso in-d.-bto'l
to him will plense promptly
settle same. Mrs. Maggie Cover,
Admx. or W. S. Durch. Stanford.
The Christinn Endenvor Society,
ot the Presbyterian church will give
a Hnllow'en social in the basement
of the church, Friday evening Nov.
1 7:30. Members of young peoples
societies in other churches cordially
invited to attend. No ndmission
8TITT or Ohio citt or Touoo. f
Li-cn CofxTT. I
mill 1. OitMT tnkn rath tbtt tr h wnlnr
ururr of Hit Crtn ot I'. 1. (Iiimi tc Co.. doing
butlnm In the Cltr ot Tolrdo. Count? "d Mat.
torwkL ana tnit ukl nrm will r tbe um ol
U.NU lIUMIllbO IHILI.AK ic.r fmrn ana rvnj
exte ot Catimih that faoo I fuml or UkumoI
lltu'i CiTtaau CI at.
ntANK J. CIICNEV.
Sworn Ui teforo me ami .ubwrtDnl In my prnencc
UiU ith Oajr ot Drcrmbtr, A. I).. It?.
i " i A. W. OLHASOM.
,tt f NoTaKT llauc.
Ilalla Catarrh Cure It tairn Intrrnallr and artf
dtrertlf upon the blood and murou. .unarm ol tLa
rntem. tead lor tratlnionlaU. frrr.
r. J. CI1UJUV A CO Toitdo. o
Sold or all pruccUU. tsr.
fall 1UII i lamiir iiim - riipitkn.
Sovcrnl desirablo homes nnd
building lots in Stanford for sale.
Apply to Harvey Helm. 83-3.
You want the best policy when
you insure. See Fish & Bromley,
Stanford, Ky. Insure everything.
J am prepared to do cleaning, re
pairing nnd pressing, promptly nnd
nicely. Oillee nt hd llkinsou's bar
ber shop. Give we a trial. Perry Mc
Lean, Stanford. S4-4p
Mid-week prayer service at the
Baptist church, at 7 o'clock Wed
nesday evening. Subject "hnt
the Prayer Meeting Means to the
Church nnd the Individual." Scnp
turo reading. Acts 'Jl-13; 12: 1-19.
SYMPTOMS Of COASUMPTrOd
Yield to Vinol.
The medfeal profession do not be
llevo that consumption Is Inherited,
but a person may Inherit a weakness
or tendency to that disease.
A prominent cltlren of Evansvtlle,
1ml . writes: "I was 111 for five.
monthB with pulmonary trouole, and
had tho best or doctors; i nau ncmorr
hages and was In a very bad way.
Tr.rnmli Ihn nrtvlr-fl of a friend I tried
Vlnol, and I feel that It saved my
lire. It Is all you recommenu u 10
be. 1 believe It Is the greatest medt
rlnn nn nnrth. I have advised others
to try Vlnol, and they have had the
same results." (Namo rurnisaea oa
Vlnol soothes and heals the Inflamed
surfaces' aud allays tho cough. Vlnol
creates an appetite, strengthens the
digestlvo organs and gives the patient
strength to throw oft incipient pulmo
Try a bottle of Vlnol with the un
derstanding that your money will be
returned It It does not help you.
Penny's Dni Store, Stanford, Ky.
Mr. Richard's' Experience WHh Dlf.
brent Diets. Peaches and
Buttermilk for Three Years.
Cecilton, Md. Mr. George Richards,
ol this place, during the past 12 years,
has probably tried more different diets
than the amage person would ever use
in a lifetime". ....
What he has to say about his experi
ments, must therefore be highly interest
Ingto anyone suffering from indigestion
or Jtomach troubles of any kind.
lie says: "For more than 12 years.
I suffered with stomach troubles, and
paid hundreds of dollars for doctor bills
and medicines. 1 was also operated on
I lived on dried peaches and buttermilk
for nearly three years. The only thing
that would not give me pain was raw eggs.
I was a physical wreck. I could nol
tteep, and was as near crazy as a man
could well be. . ,
I must say that after taking two 25-cenl
packages of Thedford's Black-Draught.
it did me more good than all 1 ever spent
lor other medicines.
I have been working daily on the farm
ever since, and I am as hard as iron."
This purely vegetable remedy has been
In successful use for more than 70 years.
High School News.
(By James Cooper.)
Tlie S. It. S. foot ball team de
feated the Lancaster High School by
the score of 35 to 3 on the local
grounds Friday nfternoon. Thomas
Coleman nnd Spalding Hill, two of
out best plnyors were unable to
play in this game, but by tho many
tout-lidowns made by Clinton Cole
man, and the goal kicked ever- time
by Joe Hill, the score was nlmost as
large ns the game when our boys
played nt Lnncnster. The line-up
uas as follows:
S. II. S. . y-'"- L. H. S
W. Powell ,.. .left end Tinder
W. Wood left tnckle Doty-
II. Davis left guard. .. .Givcns
W. Grimes ....center Wet
W. Mobley ...right guard.... Rich
II. Ilunn ...right tnekle ...Dournc
J. Hooker ....right end Acton
J. Hill pinrter ....Lawson
C. Coleman... left half ....Swopc
S. Kinbry ....right half ...Jenkins
II. Farmer ...fullback ....Elmore'
In tho flit qunrtcr Snm Embry
and Clinton Coleman ench made a
t.iiii'hdnun niul Joe Hill kicked the
coal eneli time. In the second qunr
ter Colcmnn made two tonchdowns,
nnd Harry Fanner mado one with
Joe Hilt kicking the gonl each time.
In the fourth quarter Swope, for the
visitor, drop-kicked n goal, mak
in cthe score 33 to 3.
Tho debating club held its regular
meeting Tuesday afternoon, instead
of on Fridny. The subject of the
day was Resolved, That Woman
Suffrage Should Extend Beyond
School Elections. Miss Mary E Me
Kinney opened, followed by Miss
Lucy Smith, of the negative side;
then Miss Lillian M'ueller spoke for
the nfllrmntive nnd Miss Elizabeth
Ma theny, for the negative. Robert
Carter l'ead Spalding Hill's paper
for the ullirinntive on account of his
absence nnd then Miss Kffio Bnugh
nian for the negative. James Coop
er closed. The negative side won by
n small majority.
Mis? Lucy Smith, '14, was ab
sent one day last week on account
Spalding Hill, '14, has been out a
part of this week from illness.
The Fifth nnd Sixth grndo foot
ball eleven of the Lancaster graded
school was defeated hero Saturday
by tho locnl Sixth grade boys by a
score of 2o to 0. Tho touchdowns
were made by James Huffman, Rog
ers Calraese, Enrl Spoonamore, and
Christ Camenisch. The goal was
kicked once by Dewey Lcffcw. One
touchdown was made by Lancaster.
Will Woods, '15, was ab-ent some
Miss Ella Warren, '13, hns been
on the sick list.
Our last Litcinry Society was held
on Friday, October 18th. It was
called to order by the pit-Mdent nt
two o'clock ami nfter the secretary
hnd rend the minutes nnd called the
roll, n song was sung by tho society,
followed by n composition by Miss
Maggie Rankin. We then had n do
bnte, tho subject being "Resolved,
Thnt Gio Orator is more influential
than tho Author.'1 Afrlnnntivo, Miss
Dossio Brnckett and Jhmes Trib
ble; negative Miss Mary S. Cook
and Harvey Wikinson. The judges
decided in favor of tho negntive.
Miss Elizabeth Stngg then gave us
a recitation, followed by tho read
ings of Wesley Smith and Miss Maud
Arnold. Lewis Proctor had tho Cur
rent Events this time. Miss Kittle
Jones gavo us her class prophecy,
followed by tho journal written by
Miss Bessio Moore. After tho crit
ic's report wo ndjourncd until next
Miss Mnry M. Muthony, one of the
last year graduates, has been quite
ill nt her country home, but is im
We have just received a large shipment of new
suits to take the place of those already sold.
We are offering some of the greatest values in
suits we have ever seen.
You just ought to see what $15, $17.50 and $20
will buy. Come in early and get your choice of
these pretty blue and brown serges, whipcords and
diagonal suits. I
Rear Hughes, Martin & Co.'s ad
vertisement and see how much you
can save with your cash dollars.
J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio,
purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for his boy who had
a cold, and before the bottle was
all used the boy's cold was gone. II
mat not better tnan to pay a live
dollar doctor's bill? For sale by G.
By virtue of Execution No. G48
directed to me, which issued from
the clerk's ollice of the Lincoln cir
cuit eourt in favor of J. L. Black
why against J. 13. Maybrier, I, or
one of my deputies, will, on Monday,
the 11th day of November, 1012, be
tween the hours of 1 and 2 o'clock
P. M., nt the court house door in
Stanford, county of Lincoln, Ky.,
expose to public sale to the highest
bidder, the following property (or
so much thereof ns may be neces
sary to satisfy the amount of the
plaintiffs debt, interest and costs)
towit: Tract of land containing 50
acres, more or less, located in Lin
coln county, Ky., on the hcaj waters
of Green river and bounded by the
lands on the south by Roley; west by
Abner Young nnd Ransom Baugh,
east by the lands of A. J. Maybrier
and north by the lands of J. A. May)"
brier, near Highland, levied on ns
the property of J. B. Maybrier.
Same was conveyed to tho said
Maybrier by deed from B. D. Hiatt
nnd wife of date November 10, 190S
recorded in deed book 43, page 3S0.
The amount of this execution is
.39.10, with interest nt C per cent
from the first day of December,
ISOfi until paid and 4.P0 costs and
tlio further costs of this action.
This sale will also bo mado subject
to a deferred claim of $300 against
said land ns owing on same ns pur
chase money; levied upon as the
property of J. B. Maybrier.
Terms Sale will bo mado on n
credit of three months, bond with
approved security required, bearing
interest nt the rate v)f b per cent
per nnnum from day of sale and
having tho force and effect of n
sales bond This 29th day of Auguslli
1912. W. L. McCarty, S. L. C
THERE IS REAL PAINT
and also some stuff mixed with
cheapening materials that is Dot
worthy of the name. If yos have
bad experience with the latter kind
you don't want another. If you
haven't take our advice and don't
experiment. Buy our real paints
and save yourself 'diuappoSntmeat
and money as welL
I A. ALLEN. MMf mi, Ky.
sW SURETY BONDS
E. X. NEWLAND
When the officers of this bank see n depositor making steady
gains in his balances, our confidence in him grows.
When n depositor who has won our confidence requires money
with which to develop his business, our lnrge resources enable us
to give him all the credit his financial condition warrants.
The merchant, the manufactuier, tho builder, the fanner who
does business at this bank, r"ceives its financial support when
he needs it. We invito all who want the co-operation of a strong,
resourceful bank to become depositors of the
Lincoln County National Bank
Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100.00 Resources $500,000
Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford Hy.
"Which of the Three
Parties will win?"
may be a hard question to answer,
but we can answer one for you that
is more difficult than this one.
"What kmd of Clothes
should I wear?"
Take one look
and the problem
wool suits that hold their own and
always look good.
yv c iry to matte every suit we
sell a walking advertisement for us.
We can fit you in suits from $10
to $30 in all the shades and styles
that ore "up to now."
Home of All-Wool Clothes.
E. D. Pennington,
General Farm Surveying
52-6IR Phone 172, StUrtri fy.
at our Fall stock
will be solved. All
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