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The Buying Becomes More Spirited as This Busy
- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. AUGUST . 1812 I
0 BROWER'S Please Be PatieK-We Are Making All Driveries As Fast As Ptsiblc. BROWER'S H
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Hurry Out Sale Proceeds.
Today's Crowds Were Even Greater Than Yesterday's
Today's Sales Far Exceeded Yesterday's in Volume
C. F. Brower & Co.'s Entire Stock is Included in This Annual
House Cleaning Sale
ShIhI Oak. linn five Inrso rooiuv
Jrnucrs. Hurry tO QC
Out I'rice yJ.JJ
Not Merely a Few Special Items But Every Dollars Worth of Merchandise in this Build
ing Goes at a Grand Reduction.
With Jlcvel lMutc Mirror. Solid Oak
Solid Onk. 1'lntc OIums dr. crv
Salo Pnco ... ywiww
All metiil, 'fiunle-'-', white'cunmeled
lined, Oiilvanizcd wire 4i RE
f.lielf. Him-y.Out 1'iioe PJ
LADIES' DRESSING TABLE
JWiuitiftil Qimrtrrcd Oak. I'ti'ihIi
It'ute mirror J7 fiCC
lliirrv Out Vnw ? ' ,0c
Why Not Make Your Selections Tomorrow Morning?
Doors Open Daily at 9 a. m. and Close at 5 p. mr
Mission Shaving Cabinet
Woods and Finishes:
Reductions Are Greatest On Our Splendid High Grade Period Furniture.
C. F. BROWER & CO.
IltMiriitli 04 inches, width 17 1-2 inches, depth 12 1-2 inches. Your choice of Five Different
Oak, Golden, Fumed or Early English. Has Large Bevel Plate Mirror DxlO inches. Only one
of the many special bargains in store Cor you here at this Hurry Out Sale
Main at Broadway.
Quartered Oak Frame. Loose Cor
duroy CmdiijiM. Very C QC
luitidoome. Hurry-out irieeP"
Why Wait Until Fall and Pay Much More.
Take Advantage of This Hurry Out Sale
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It.-, .al mtv !( huvo Ih-cu in pro
ire at lln I'liri'stinii tdiurch t
Vori! ite for it week or more. The
lilor, Hex. .1. Q. MmitKomery. i
tn-iiitf illxted liy l.ev. Molit Oali
Iterl They are !iains a'jle it.-l
t-uriir-t preachuijr done, though tlieie
line liven no ndditioim to date. The
iiivi'tiiif will likely ido-e tomorrow,
Itev. ('. T. Claiuieli lias i-eeured
the (Tvnes of He v. Taylor to u-.-.i-t
in a protmetttl uieetiiiK ! the
ltaptit ehureli here, come time in
Oet)U-r. Hev. Tulor was pator at
ItuiVlx home jean. ai;ii and it haul
In 1h- it Knnl ineneliei.
Mi-e- Ituth mid .Martha I he en
tfrt.tiM.d in honor of Mi .Myrtle
iiiivlit, of I.oniville. Tuei-day.
Tho-ii preeiit were Micm". Kwlyu
iid IJerniec Cash. Stella Junei. K-1-fie,
Harney, Mary and I.iM.io .leti.
Helle, t'owan, .Myrtle and Herie
Mri-. T. II. Morau leturned Smi
da lroni viKilint; lelativen in Indi
ana Mr. mid Mrx. liav Hlliott, of
N'ev Salem. .eiit Sunday with Mr.
mid Mi". V. llryant. '
Hev 0 T. I'launeli went t. I'uiut
I.ick Saturday to preach. .Initio M.
1.. Sharp wan here MumTiiy r1liiiK
triocern-H to our iiie-relutiit,
.1. H. MeU'hoiter, MelUJoiie-.
Jaek Well-, and Holiert llraeher
ere the eleetion uffiecrs hele Sat
urday and dim t'oultcr haul that a
hinder favored et of men eolild
li.it hae meeii appointed. It i- true
llirj were not haud-iiine men, !.
any mean-, hut they weie as j.illy a
set a- one would eaie to meet.
Mr. Annie lliyanl lutr. torn down
her re-nleuee here, wlneh hail he
f(.;r..' old and Komrwlint drlnpidatcd
and ha eontrai'ted with Tap-ieott v;
Co., for a heautiful mi loom eottai'e
t.t lie lendy for oeeupaiiey ill a few-week-.
John Coulter -old 'M head of
Kteer to Je-e- 1'. Hlffe at l-'J
cent-, lie ha- dtv head et on
Shai-i and l.ute- liouirlit a luineli
of yearling Meeis and heifer of V.
T. Wil-on at 4 1-'-' eellle, a eow of
Mi-. .1. A. K-le- for .:i( and a
hiineii of hliuul- of Mime paili fi
Well, the priliiuiv I- over anil we
pie.-mue exery.uie eoiineeted with it
in any way i- jjnd. The n-iill here
was ju-t what w- piedii'ted it would
he. and I- no Miipn-e to u-. The
tide wiii with IIurev Helm from the
Mail and thvie wn notliint: that
could turn it. A- for the w liter we
made the he-t fiht we could for
Ifarvevi Willi no ill feeliiui-i whatever
towaul Mi. Sullivaii. it heiiu; our
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uirpo-e all the while to support him
in the event he .jt the, nomination,
That he made uu-tnke, hU wannest
friend- will douhtle-; eoneede, the
reate.-t heini' when he heeame a
candidate against n man with Har
vey Helm'.- reeord.
It appeared to u- from the be
Kimiiui; that he was making a los
ing fiitlil mid we wondeied why :i
man of his ood sense could not see
it I tat the fij;lit is over now, and
Mr. Helm's vietory is ho decisive
that it would ho out of taste to at
tempt tu crow over one m over
whelmingly defeated. Now let. us
pull off our couth iikiI elect Harvey
Helm, Woodrow Wilson and the
whole piimIi and all will lie well.
Pnr allurlM tfiO Of fl.ld Jult
.nu l . ak-M nrM th. hutton and "PULL." The sld. bolt
mik.s it ..it. You don't hv. to tug at tht brrel or watch an
on-andtTdtvlca. Tht action ttaya op.n att.r each iingl. ahol
it flred.-lt alwaya ataya op.n when tha mag.xln. Is .tnptv.
Klva ahoti-thr.. to f.t tha cripples-each und.r abaolut. con-
trot of tha trlfi.r ftngar. Tha r.colt r.Ioada for you-Uck
another shell In! takes tha strain off tha yn-the dlicomfort out
of the kick all without diminishing the drive behind the snot.
Simple take.down- few turns of the readily handled
magazine acrew.cap makes cleaning, lairylnj and Inter.
ciunge of barrels quick and easy.
Send for a motion picture booklet telling how the
. .. . . . fin .ifl fauntionivon
kick la uneunuw iiftBuii-.".-- -
the iVeming ron. UMC Autoloading Shotgun takes
the punishment out of heavy loads.
REMINGTON AIMS. UNION
n.w Tom t"
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Mr. Manly 'McUuffey, who has
heeu i itliiiintf a tlircnliinir niiudiine
for Mr. t-ii-h pulled ifi la-t week on
aecount M o maiiv maehiiic.-.
Mr. Henry Mills, of this heeti.)ii
i- Imildiiu; a nice little cottage near
the ehureli. While woiMiifj on it Prof
.loliu Will Yonnj; fell and i- hiiffer
inur verv miieli over Iun jolt, but
lucky to hnve no limbs broken.
Mr. Tom MackbyV. Murine; hehool
.'l.i-.d .Sunday. Theie was ignite it
lar'e crowd piescut nud we sec lot
of xood he hat. done toward our
Mr. John llutchiusson ha- return
ed to hi- home in Covington ijiter a
two week- -tay.
I'.tKtoT Mahaii will beiu n pro
tracted meeting with hi- ehureli ut
thi lace in (he early pint of l)e
Inlier, n i-led by State Kvivieli-t
lfe. W. 1'. Jenkins.
Mis Foley, of l.eiii;;Mi, came
over this weal; to make u several
dii.v-' stay with Mi-s (leoiiu Dunn.
Mi. J. W. .Malum, who has been
iinte sick for the past two weeks is
better u( tin- wiilinn.
I'.i-tor Mahaii will beiu n meet
ing ut Ml. Hebron, beuinnin Auu'ii-t
'J I. Hev. J. 1. Jenkins, ol Louis
ville will do the pleaching.
Mi. Hcitram Spratt Lowell, who
ha- In en vi-iliuj; his friends hete
has veiui'iied home.
Mrs. llalley Waiv, of Ciucimiati,
has been vi-itia'Mis- Addie Arnold.
Master A&burv Siler, of Jellico,
Tenn., is the iu'- of his uncle, Mr.
J. W, Milium.
Mi l,iio Mcltiide mid brothers,
Messrs. .1. A. nud I'an Mellride, of
Hielunonil, Mi es iiilhec William
aijd Marv Carr. of I'aint Liek, weie
iitleiidants nt the house lKy pven
by the Mi-ses O'Henru.
" Mrs. Clavtoii Arnold was hostess
it dinner Tuesday t u nuniber of
friends, the (.iiest of honor bein
Mrs. Chas. Ilurdettv, of 0. K.
Mjss fleor'ia Dunn bus made i
leeent trip to FrankTToit.
The supper driven last week by the
Ladies Woikiny; Society wu- ti .stie-ee-s
both finaneially and socially.
Quite a ;ood deal of fun wus had nt
the dining loom door wheie the
Hiie.-ts weie measuied, the tallest
lady measuring 71 inches while the
tallest gentleman present was 77
inches liifli. l'iano music lecita
tious and sout;s Kwe charm to the
evening and everyone present seem
ed have a jrw(l time. The ladies
tire, indebted to Mr. Klnier Chestnut
for the beautiful Japanese lanterns
he presented for'the occasion.
Mc-sts. Ihomp.-on Arnold, Hen
Kill" and Dr. ltiirnetto have ju-t re
turned from u motoring tiip thiousb
central and western Kentucky.
Mrs. lien lluxlie-, f Lanea-ter,
was the v'ue-t of -Mvs. Kdiuuml Dut
Mi illilt, of lpITi- Giuittld, hits
been riitin her sister, of llrfclit's
Mrs. Sam Speiike- ami daughter,
have returned from a visit to his
brother, Mr. Will Speaks at High
land. Mr. Perry Tiiwle, left this week
to vi-it his brother, Joe TuIe, of
New York City.
Mr. Dan Buvdctte ha- returned
from the siiuitoiium at Crab Orch
aid, much improved in health.
Air.-. Eliza Hicks, of Danville, who
spent lo-t week with l'liend-, there
i- now the piest f Mr Clay Wil-litim-
In Very Bad Shape, and Many Re
pairs Are Needed.
MRS. JOHN CORMINEY
Dies at Rowland After Eight Years
Mis. John Coiuuncy died ut her
home in Hovvliiiul la.-l Thursday.
She was the daughter of William
and Marv Pnyne, formerly of the
Walnut rial section, hut later of
Preaeheisville and now both dead.
She was married to John Coimiuey
Vomethiiu,' moiu than thirty years
apt and eilit childiea were born
to bless their union, seven of whom
are livinjr, nearly all kiovtii. De
ceased was u uood woman, vvell-lik-ed
by all. She had been an almost
eoiisiunt sufterer for about eiht
years of it complication of troubles.
After funeral service- Friday at her
late homo by Mr. J. C MeClarv, her
leumiiis weie hiid to ie.-t in (lichen
eemelery to nwait the lesurreetion
iiioriiiu. Mny the (1ml of infinite
mercy heal l,he biokeu luvaits of
her Horiowin;; fuinil.
lr C 11. Klli.wiirth, llnilUI. Ill lllil;ii
81.. llwhulrr, N. V., Ml '"! hliuty Jillj
Kv klia iiuuivdUli rtlif( "J .IrriiKtliruril
lllltt uiinJrrfulljr. "1 lm bll Iwllwrrtl Willi
wml Uiliirii iud UiaiUr Imublii end ml'
IVml uiurh llu, Kulfjr Kiaurjr l'lll. fn
mr imuirilmt. rrlirl ami .Ir.njlbi-Ufd m
wuinlrrfullr. I am DletwU to rrrunnnrnd
Pieacher.sville, Auir. 8. We humb
ly leipiest the iowers that be, the
proper authorities and anyone else
upon wliDin the responsibility rests to
nlea-e take notice of the condition
of the I'reiiuhereville and Stanford
turnpike. We venture the assertion
that portions of this pike are now
in worse shape than at any time
since built in ltS4. Also how very
dau"erous thejjndj;e over Wilkin
son's I'rauch i-, bcinj; unbanistered,
and in a shin I curve of the high
way, with it sheer drop of lo feet
to solid rock below, which should a
carriage or other vehicle drop over,
nine times in ten, would cause a
final eatastiopbe. Imagine for nil
in-taut a biijnry load of women and
chihlieii .- actors in this, (your own
wife, and children for instance,) and
your manly form would tremble,
your hair ri-e in terror, and your
mental nii-ory would be as abject
as a felon upon henrin;r his death
sentence read. Then the bridge
abutments, nt the lar'e iron bridge
on Dick's liver, near the old Walter
Warren place, are not bunistered
and higher and u- dauirerous us the
beforti mentioned bridge. Hetweeu
these tvvo poiets is still another
place, the hiuh bluff or cliff, uloui;
tho brow of which runs the turnpike
Iiisteud of a ;ood sah-tautinl bauis
tcriu, which would stop anything
in the vehicle da, froiiNa down
wind plunge fifty feet to the river
below, what i- there in place f Some
fence two plunk hi'h, on rotten
po-t.-. In some places the plank
have lotted ami -:oue alid should u
hor-e become unmauup'nble, would
nffoid but little piotectiou from a
hiirioii- ilisaster. This i- not owii
di'itwn, the case will bear inquiry and
the Muicker the better, for tnless it
i, soon vemedied the c mil county of
Lincoln miht be imiilu paity to u
lejriil suit of much eii-eipience by
the Ins- of life or limb rc.-ultiu!;
fioui the hapLuizaiil manner in which
our bridges receive atteutiou.
John Qummius, storekeeper and
finujrer nt LawreneeburjJ, cnoio over
Saturday to vote in the primary und
visit his father, Mr. 11. G. Cummins,
who lias been sick.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. White have
returned lVum a pleasant visit U
their dutmhter, Mro. Je-se Traj'lor,
Kev. Hyiium Deborde, who spent
his boyhood days here, preached
Sunday at the Heech Grove Baptist
chinch to tt ood crowd.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress Iiuvt
ju-t returned from iittcndiiiK the
Cre.-s family reunion held near Day
ton, Ohio, last week. They report a
nice time nud about lot) of the name
MissJulu Nuvlor i- now nt home
nfttr u two weeks' visit to her sister.
Mrs. Grover Gastiiieau.
Mr. ami .Mrs. William Hunkc were
quests of Mr. nnd Mrs. August llar
tels. Mrs. Harnett Foley has been quite
Mr, George W. Kiujr, of Norman.
Okla., has been n j-ue.st of his sis
ter, Mrs. G. W. Spunkier and other
r'n-t Knd relatives.
Mr. and Mrn, H. Q. Pettus chap
etMiied cputo u crowd of young folks
on n hay ride one night lu-t week to
see tile picture show at Crab Orch
There will be services Saturduv
und Sunday nt the Baptist ehureli.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Luiisford, vis
ited their son. II. T. Lunsford visit
ed their son, B. T. Luiisfoid in Gar
Mr. J. F. Payne nnd wife were
culled to Howlaud to attend the hist
sad tites of bminl of IiiK si-ter, Mrs.
John Conniney, who died last Thursday.
it, there lU ether thia; the
reaMaiy m tickly, waeteel chii.
eVea. It sewithee use! kwieV
theai i wkei er-iauor lead
aheektelf kilt. Mt aurt t
gat SCOTT'S, aiid,..
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THERE IS REAL PAINT
ml also some stuff mixed Kith
chenpeuin materials that is not
worthy of the nnme. If you havo
hud experience with the latter kind
you don't want another. If you
iiuveu't take our advice and don't
experiment. Buy our ral paints
and save yourself disappointment
nd money nu well.
I A. ALLEN. Stanford. Ky.
htir iw " Sliunr. mid Tanurr