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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): May 14, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912051401_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): May 14, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. .i ""; " - fW VflT The Interior Journal VOL. XJLXIX. ' NO. 3D. STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Tl'ESDAY, MAY 11, 1012. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY. Ask for' Votes When Paying for Subscriptions It Costs You No More! GREAT PRIZE CONTEST .Mis:. F. Parksvllle I'nii Ovcrstrcet JOE WARNER 1.200 1.000 l..'1'O 1.000 1.1500 JUST FAIRLY LAUNCHED VOTING IN THE QNEAT PRIZE POPULARITY risker-mA- ny Mi.s Mne IV-ut-t Mi-- s Lottie Wcstcrfield Miss Mvrtle Drown PROVES HIMSEUF BIG CROWD ENJOYS A HERO ROBBERS AGAIN VISIT THE K. P. MINSTRELS THE P0ST0FFICE Small Amount of Money Secured and Burglars, as Usual, Forget to Leave their Cards. Htatt. Mis Kv. Lad Jumps Into Raging Black Face Comedians Put on Splendid "Home Talent" Show To Creek And Saves Playmate Mnrv Lcnr From Drowning. The heroism displayed by Joe son of Mr, Wimicr, the ntiil Mrs. W. K. Wuruer, of this city, Joe Grimes, tho 11- when he l j ear-ol- d son of Mr. mid Mrs. W.L"- j:ruve in Grimes, from a gun's creek last Baturdny, is being warmly commended on all siues, aim friends of the young man say his net should bo brought to the attention of the Carnegie Hero Commission and a medal fur heroism awaul-c- d ed Boost The Fair. hi ning CAN WIN A TO WAKE UP TO THE FACT THAT THEY ENQUIRIES ARE VALUABLE PRIZE VERY EASILY-MA- NY COMING IN FROM NEW CONTESTANTS ASKING FOR INFORMATION-THERE CHANCE FOR ANY LADY TO PULL IS DOWN ONE OF THE RICH PRIZES. 1 of the Candidates are just, CONTEST GETS begin- WliyDon'tYonTryfMstlieTimetoSlart ' Mi-Mi-- A $350 PIANO, A DIAMOND RING, OR AN ELGIN WATCH IS YOURS A FEW MINUTES WORK FOR A LITTLE ENERGETICEFFORT. AMONG YOUR FRIENDS WILL PUT YOU IN THE LEAD-W- HY NOT GET STARTED TODAY? n- - - .1.000 Kllcn Holmes 1.100 .l.tiuo l.O.'iO Mi- -i l'enil Collier Hurdette Mii Mnrv M. -' Ml- -i .1.075 Aihhe Se.itt i.:iMnthetiv JlisH Mnrv .1.000 Mi- -. Aniin Davis MrRoberts. 1.150 MlM Nell No win ml .1.000 1.450 Mirs I.illie Game? Miss Snllic HiinicttV 1.000 1.125 Mr. M. M l'erkiiw Mr. Alfred Lads .. 1.250 Miss tcrt e MeClure ... Gllbr-rt'Creek Mnvinc Singleton .. .:.. 1.075 Mi-- Mi1.125 .. ljiiunu iroltzi-ln1.150 Mis hate Waters 1.125 Nell Iliick -. l.'JOO MiIda II. Pettits i.:iJ5 Miss loioliliirif Hrmlv . . DISTRICT NO. 2. . . . . 1.1125 Mrs. Mat tie Kir by 1,'J75 flliss IVnrl Fields Junction Cltv 3IUi Griirp Brndv ....1.000 Miss l'ivinin McGrnw 1.275 1.125 Mrn. (i. (5. Bcuilev .1.000 1.425 Mi-- s lie ie VVriirht Mi Mnrv E. McKinnev .1.000 bwv Ilnnkln Kluilbt-ll- l .Ml- -. Higgllls . . .., 1,1175 1.150 Willie It. losr-de- n 1.175 Xnncv Ycagor Mi. 1.225 Mnrv Steele 1.100 Mi- Snllie M. Craig . :. .1.000 With MvCollnm Wi-- h Anna Warren 1.550J 1.050 With Keanu I I -- a lie a Revnohl. !.-- n'nl . flll-- H " .1.000 HiTtlin We-- t 1,075 ili-- s Iorruitie Campbell . Diu-- v 1.075 Slmttles Mi.s Mnrv K. Dnililenir ......1.22.. 1.3.r0 Until I.in-.'lItuughtiiiin .. . Mi-- s 1.050 Kffie .1.000 Irene I.voiis Mi 1.100 Mnrv S. Conk . . . . . . . 1.375 Mi- -i Sum Uiehard-o- n 1.025 Ml-- S Alum C linticfllor . . 1.025 Well- Georria an-- H 1.050 Lottie Cnroiii .1.000 Alma (,I)V Mi- -. Mnrv Moure RnilOV ... 1.575 !M- i- A sum Gieenc . X .1.000 1.025 All-.. 1.000 Dm ham Mi. lletirv Field- 1.050 1.375 I. ula Co Mls Kate Anderson 1.050 Sit-i- e .1.000 .Miss Dm r luvil ltohert M- i- Dnllie Wilcher . ... l.oiu-- e a.ioo .1.000 Greene 1.400 Rose Jennings . . . . Mi Lancastrr 1.000 Mi.s Elizabeth Iliiiui 1 '175 Uem! M- iMi-- s (icitrude Wllkin-o- n ... l.OAi .Miki Maivaret Mount .1.000 1.100 Mi.s Elizabeth I. Stnwr .t.ooo M- i- Margaret K. Holtzclaw .l.OoO Mii Sadii AnilfTSoil , 1.400 Willie Wilkin-,- ! Wavnesburc.1.000 l.vdia Kltnore El-- ie 1.42." Singleton I'nt-- y 1,025 Jlis Kiiiuaird 1.000 Jliss Hciilnh lluzlrtl Sallie' Smith It. D. 2 . .1.000 1.000 Wentzel Mrs. John Lithe, lleiirv 1.250 Maggie Olli.li i1.000 .1.000 Stella Sunders Maggie Si'liluimi 1.250 .1.000 Minnie (hum lll-- H .crra r.ulmnk. l.u..i Calliu Adam !." 1.02. l.iiiiiiii Meier itll- Minnie Wei-- h .1.000 Preachrrsville 1.075 IVail Helti- 1.200 M- i- Mm v Anderson ...."... l.'JOO Shelliv Mn-o- n 1.350 Winnie Whenitt Moreland lt-- 2 . 1.05 Jennie l.nwrence 3li-- s 1.000 Lelin IL Jones Kl-1.050 Moiri- - lt-- 2 1.075 Mis. Eva Moser 1.000 Waller- - . . . . Catliei iv Mi-- , 1.000 Mnnie Bishop 1.000 Maivai.-- t Morrow Mint-liMi-- s 1.000 1'rnitt 1.000 Aimn M. Klkin Hubble i Lettie M. Meltoheiti . 1.000 1.00(1 1.150 Miis Mnrv I.ee Givctis Cnrrie Anderson 1,001) i.l- -' iiiiliie iiioMii mis. uelihie imiiiiviii .1.000 Jewel Simoiimnorc 1.000 Kliraheth Foul .1.000 Mis Jean Mcheclmio . Paint Lick Hiistnnvllli! .fr- - Fate Cluulnell 11. I). .! 1.025 Mi-- s 1.375 Mnv North , .Mi- -Marksbttrv 1.050 Anna Maiker 1 150 Jli-- s . 1.000 Katliei ine vMurnhv Mr- -. Annie l'ollaiil ,1.000 Mi-- - Jennie Swone ,Mi-- s Cora Niiniiellov.. .1.000 1.375 Mi Mnlimln Nav Danville !Mi-- s Imi Flovil .1.000 1,450 JWiss Des-i- o Kiffe .1.000 Mi- - Klenhoth Yerinilliou j. 1.0011 .Mi 1.050 M- i- Mildied Co-h- v Ruse McCornuiek 1.050 .li-- .Mnrtlia TiieKer f Lebanon Junction t McKlnnev Mr- -, Dick llamiitoii M- i- Mnrv I). lleek 1.400 Brodhead !Mi- -s ,1.1100 Anna Clnocli . 1.150 ?.li-- s ,1.000 Mi-- Mi- l.oivTta Frith Until Tanner F.lnaheth Tin. i no :.. ...1.000 1.050 3liss Zoe Hutler . . MlB-- i ...1.000 .Alntlie Wiin.ott Jlii-- s Miulie llntler 1,000 Mi-- Mi M.tore t ..1.000 He!-i- e 3Ij 1.000 Jnrl.oe .... . 1.075 . . .loelFrnnei-i.- i M- i- Until Cnekimr ...... 1.000 Btiraln ShflbV CltV Mt-(iini o Stone , ...1.000 1.000 M- i- I.upilo Crow . . . ...1.000 Viiiiiv Viuinr-ilul- e 1,023 Mi ,. 1.030 Muiuarot Gfiitn Mi-- K 1.000 M. ,, Man-in... Perrvville 1.000 Mell Jlis Mnrv HnTevi-- i ... . i- Lonp-Mi ... 1.075 Mi-- H Mnrv Hone Cnipentei ...1.000 Kleanor ...1.000 Grven Crab Orchard Jutlson . ... 1.250 MMi. )oe Gatiit-i- ' .1.000 i- Minnii( Unv (inotlie ltethl 1.300 Mi Liberty 1.00(1 Tlnmii-n- ii .. Mi.--. . lila s s I'iui Pnliinr DISTRICT NO. I. Stanford Lvle Coiner Mrs. 1.17.1 Mi-Mies I. I I Siinilern In N'ewlainl I)ni-- v Hunt Clura Collier ...... 1.125 1.075 1.000 1.450 I'omiluritv The Interior Journal like nil hnue affairs, is slow in laniicliiiiL'. lint unthcrs unvvd t'nitn be swiimiiiL ilav to ilav and will iilonir in fine stle. The list ltows htendilv each ilav more and more vomit; ladies make no their minds that their ehauees nic as L'ood ns nnv one nlrcadv in the list, and theV uroeeed to L'ct a nail- - of si'i ors. ii out the liln nl; and then heud it to thn cunle-- l ik'Diiitliieul. Then thev como in for n hook or have one mailed to them and uet Imihv. Tlint'n nhout all then- - is to it. Tho-- e who realize, the fact and trot n start lit onee. the other eaiididates wake un will be the ones who will wear the smile that Won't we.ir otf when the eoiitesl is over. Theie is not u in the rare whose lend lie overeome hv a few ninnies work ainoiii; vour friends. UIioiiL'h, the eontest man has hern rxphiiniiiL' the detniN of the them ilniut jt in contest mid the there are still a mimher l iieonlc who il.i not "etui to Milde- rMnml it. For tho lienefit of the-- o iieonle. we five u number of uiies-lini- iwinch have heeu tUiriiivr the last week and the answer; to Mime. Should theie he mi vt Itinir el-- e t lint is not iullv understood, write for fin the? details. Colite-- I. 11 nomi-nnti.ion he-fo- re fan-didatu ed 1. s .... .... .... .... .... .... OWN DISTINCT No. von and vour friend- - mnv secure from anVone. nnvwhere in the United States. JT HOW CAN I GET STAItTED IN THE CONTEST? Clin out. fill in. us cruK sruscuii'TioNs T AM I ONLY ALLOWED TO in my SE- - .... .... .... .... e .... .... .... .... .... .... - Hv-.-- ie - and send the nomination blank to the content deiiartineiit. A leceiiit hook" and other nrinted matter will then he ent vou... Then .. i.. i ...' mi- - urm r.: menus ami iicoiiiiiiiiniiees nml cet them to save llicir otes nud for .iu. ,3. HOW DO I .SECURE VOTES f Votes inn v he dinned from the but the he- -t and nuieke-- t wnv is jo to the Interior Join mil and tret the vote certificatefor thev count ui faster. 4. HOW DO I SECl'RE VOTE CERTIFICATES T Thev are issued on to the Interior Journal. Wheiieer vou secure we ie vou a vote certificate for a certain number of vote-- , to the lenL'th of the and mail Mime biu-J- to vou These vote ceitificatei art-- uood at auv time un to the .if the con-le- -t mid mnv be Dolled mid liuhlished choo-- e. whenever vou Thev will not b.i added to vour standiii!; in the until vou send them in with n.'iiicr the TtMiuest that thev be polled and ns na-ner ns us is-in. iMihli-he- d. Mi-M- .S SOON AS I RECEIVE THEM? Yes. then we can iret the miller startetl to the nml hu will clin and save the vote- - fioni the naiier for vou. siib-cnh- cr 5. SHALL I SEND IN SCHSCRIP-TION- S (i. WHO S ie e .... .... llis SCRII'TIONS TOf Addr- e- all and comitmuication- - to the Contest Mannter. care of the Inter Kv. IImm- ior Jouimii btmifotd. check- -, monev etc.. made iniMihle to the Interior Journal. 7. HOW MANY DISTRICTS AUK THERE 1 2 oiie in Lincoln count v. ainl iu- - In (!- - leiuloi ol the contest outside. S MAY I TRANSFEER MY S TO MY FRIENDS IF I DO NOT CARE TO COMPETE? No. once vote ballots or certificates are non If oii dion out nfter vou have cot started, vou loe all votes thnt are to vour credit. noini-iiutiouHAL-LOTtran-fer-nh- le. 1 ALL I SEND Sl'IU ....., , Jb . , 0. WHEN I GET A Sl'nsCRIP-F.- R DO SEND THE MONEY TO THE INTERIOR JOl'RNAI,?- - Ye- -, nhvavh collect the inouev for Vote certificate!- - will l not he i mile the nionev is inclosed nith the inline and addiess Inclo-- e of the center inirt of vour content wiien sendinir in the monev. If Miu have n recciol hook, write the ( outcst Denartmeut. m-iMih-i-iihsub-ciintint 'M-j- - Mi-- h m Farmers' Union Elects Officers. Formal oigauizatioii was perfected nt the meeting of the Farmcn-- ' I'nion here Saturday, nnd uu enthusiastic membership has been enrolled, which piomi-e- s big things for lids body which has dnuo so much for the good of the farmers. Strong men were placed nt the head of af1.175 Mi-- s Ada Wi'-lAnnie Miildluton ... .... Knte Melvjii- - ixi v .i. 1.050 Mi .. Uluubcili Fottnuiii . ,.1.000 fairs, nnd the uork.of extending its nud continuing the organization into every pait of the county will be Prof. W. M. Mai tin is making strong speeches all 'wver Nomination Hank Good for 1,000 Votes. the county in the cause, and doing much good. The list of officers CONTEST DEPT., INTERIOR JOURNAL: chosen for the first year is as folI hereby nominate as a candidate in your $500 Popularity Mjs. .... .... . e ev ...... , Nominate a Candidate. pii-he- d. Contest: NAME lows : Ihcsident i Secretary-Treasur- er R. E. Gaines. J. Kevin Carter. Address NOMINATED 1Y L.... t J. M. Pellus Conductor Address instructions. " iU'('",""? Only one nomination blans will be accepted for any one Note , riimljdnU. l.vu-77-n- mi necessary blanks and iTiSd'lVl Bf 0 Mf S. T. Curtis. ChaplainEd Hubbard. Doorkeeper I. Phillips. Ten new have beon decided on at the Methodist General Conference in session, at Indinaopolis. Di-ho- ps For the third time within a few One of (ho largest crowds frccn in the Stanford opera house in a long j cars, tho Stanford postofficc was time, enjoyed the K. of P. minstrels catered by burglars) last Friday night Friday night. The presentation was and a sum of money taken from tho &trietlj u "home-made- " affair and ensh drawer. The robbers were on this occasion to enter the 'enjoyed all the mora for that reason, boys had worked ltnrd, and put safe, and so did not obtain a larger (The on a piny which did them grcnt credit sum which wns inside. It U supposand pleased everyone who was rres- - ed that he or they must have been ent. Tho jokes were all of a local frightened away before completing nature and made a big hit with the woik on safe. About $13 in money wns taken from the ensh drawer, audience. The entertainment was promoted primarily with the object and as usual no clew was left by him. , which the midnight visitors might be Joe Winner, Joc'Crimes nml Jns. of boosting the K. of 1'. fair which of Mr. will be, held here August 20, 21 and discovered. Tribhle the ' Entrance wns obtained into the W. A. Trihblc, started to 12 and there is no doubt but tha't it and Mrs. postofficc this time, by prizing out Sataccomplished its purpose well. Dix Rier in n light buggy last otie of the iron which wns supurday to go fishing. When the bids Several first-clas- s black face posed to protectbnrs the windows iti the comedians were developed during the came to Logan's Cicek, on tho rear. This has become rt very popuMill pike, they found the evening. As end men Mack Fisher byMhe hard and John Fields were screams, while lar method of gaining entrance to stream greatly swollen the storerooms which the etiterpris- ruin- -. They sLuled to cros6 at the the mher Ttnnes, John Engleman and who operate in StanMidway of the Milt, J. C. Reynolds, were right there ing craft-me- n however. foul, ford nt their pleasure, desire to reftreiuu, the force of the current be- with the goods!. lieve of their surplus cash. came too strong for the horse mid Some great work in the musical Opening the lower window, the Seeing line was pulled with nil began to go down stream. solos by Ed Bal- burglars were in the cellar but then Ihu gietit danger they were in. the lard. Walter Singleton, Marshall had the trouble of cutting out part Warner and Giime- - boy jumped from Stone and J. W. Ireland and a chorus of' the doorway which opens from the buggy mid nfter a hard fight of the songsters. As buck nml wing the stairs coining up from the cellar swim to shore and at- dancers managed to W. M. Duncan, Howard to the postoffiee roomlproper. They tempted to get the horse "Newland, George Rnnkinj, nnd Ed bored around the lock, nnd made a Orimes boy still being in the nrndy were simply in a class to out, the hole large enough to thrust n hand buiigy, ai he was unable to swiin. t s. Mr. Rankin brought Seeing thnt their efforts were un- down the house when he appeared as through, and then opened the door. After tapping the till, a hole was availing the Grimes lad caught hold n colored "mnmmy" ln'ter in the of the lines and leaped into the tur- scenes. Little Ed Brady's mono- drilled near the combination on the bulent stream. He tried to hold him- logue, nnd n dance with Mr. Patrick snfe; nnd shot with dynamite. Anhole was drilled near the edge self ui with the lines. Meanwhile accompanying him on the banjo was other of the safe door, but did not seem current was fast carrying the hard to beat. tho to work, and about this stage of the horse and buggy down, and it seemSome pretty work was shown afsomething must have ed that the little fellow would soon ter the opener, when Miss Ella May proceedings frightened the burglars off, for no scanty bu washed loose from his Saunders gave a very graceful possupport nml. drowned. Seeing the ing of "America," to piano accom further effort seems to. have been made to force open the safe door. manfully paniment by Mi-- s predicament, Joe Warner, Patrick nnd violin Postniunter Florence is inclined Co leaped into the stream again, and accompaniment by Mrs. Bromley, believe that the robbers were nt he had to fight hard to get who also though rendered a violin solo. work while the K. of P. minstrels. to the Orimes 1ml in the center of Mack Fisher's oration upon the Jwns being presented in the opera the current he .reached him. Then in ino now,- was ehouse above, early in the evening, Grime--turnenme the struggle, for when pecially illuminating and enjoyable, 'Several persons testifv to have loose the lines to grab his nnd the whole thing closed with n heard a loud noise ns of an explosion rescuer, he became a dead weight .in laughable 'ragtime scene which but none thought to investigate. little Warner, who i not n brought nwnthe house. Judge J. or strom: lad for his years. X. Menefee, Jr., made an admirablo However, it seems hardly probably that the burglars would care to take Hu took one liniid of Grimes, howinterlocutor nnd kept things moving' a chance of getting caught nt their and headed bravely for shore, ever, nt all times. .work so early i ntho evening, espe-- , swimming with the other hand. It A large number of K. P.V fiom ciallv with n crowd irointr nnd eomintr was a hard, long pull, but ho sucsurrounding towns came over to see to nnd from the opera house most of ceeded, ill getting Joe Grimes Mifely the show, nnd everyone semeed to the time. ashore, though he was hiai-e- lf This is the .fourth burglary in' great jftruV enjoy it greatly. There is talk of exhausted by the making it an annual event. Stanford this yenr, which is ungle he had to mnko to save his playdoubtedly going some in a space of mate's life. Helm Believes Clark a Winner less than five months. So far no The Warner lad ha- - been highly Congressman Harvey Helm return- clew has been obtained Jo "the idenprni-e- d for hi- - courage in venturing though hack into the swift stream after his ed home fiom Washington Sunday, tity of nny of the wno was in sueii g'eai where he has been busily engaged the opinion seems to prevnil that it companion for the past svcial mouths. He will is "local talent" at work. In each danger, and the gallant fialit he fully made to save him. Wnmei devote some little time now to his case, the robber was wise enough 'to a member of the local company of cninpnign for renominntiou nnd re- look only for money, so that only the Roy Scouts and his Scoutmaster nml election, both of which he nnd hit slightest clows nro left by which h other members are very proud of his friends arc confident of winning. might be traced. Mr. Helm is nn enthusiastic Champ achievement. To Put on Third at Danville. The .horse and buggy were finally Clark man nnd believes thnt the The degree tenm from Diadem ashore several hundred Speaker is a sure winner. lie is washed yards down the stienm. and the boys glad to see Kentucky in line for Lodge, Knights of Pythias, will gc to take down a Clark and says thai a great nntionnl to Danville for the purpose were compelled length of fence to get them to the victory is certain in November with of putting on the third degree for road iiu'iim Clark as the party's standard bear the lodge there, and iucidi'ntnlly.alo-nisome boo-tin- g for the big K. of er. P. Fnir which will be held here the STAND BY McCREARY. latter part of August. There ore few Here Advertising Charlie White-Moo- n better degice team.- - in the state than Local Democrats Solid For His Lee W. Zweydoff, of Louisville, tljnt of the locnl lodge nnd they will representing the celebrated Cow-Bo- y Friends In Organization. show the Doyle county boys some who-- e Hcihalit Charlie White-Moov mighty clever work. fatuous, remedies nre already well bincu theie is objection to the solid instruction of Kentucky's dele- known, in this section of the state, Rev. Huey to Leave Somerset gate, to the national democratic was in town Monday mixing with the Rev. 0. M. Huey, of Somerset, bus contention, for Champ Claik, the court day crowd nml distributing g matter for tho big accepted the call to the pastomie fight hefoie the state conven- ndverti-inonly Arrangements ill tho Gicnt Crossings Baptist Mini". Louisville is the "Medicine tion which mcct-rii- i chinch in Scot county nml besides of organization. The ques- will soon be made for the hnndllng matter ill do of the eolehrnted Iniliun remedie- - in his duties as its mini-fe- r, tion is whether the friends of Gov. local drug store- -, nnd thu. save lo- some field woik for Georgetown Col'McCieniy nml former Gov. Beckham lege, for which ho lis peculiarly shall remain in contiol of the state cal suffeiers the trouble of sending adapted, lie is a graduate of the to Louisville for the medicine. organization, or whether Editor Hencollege. Mr. Huey will succeed Rev. Col. John II. Whallen, ry Wntter-son- , A "Jack tho Ripper" is nt work IE. M. Harris, who left recently for Campbell Cuutiill, Billy Klair and . fct )Yi't Virginia. j others of the Louisville crowd shall in Atlanta. control. Friemls of Gov. McCicury will ofTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL fer the name of Riifus Van Sunt, This Ballot . who managed the campaign last year $Sa9P0PULXRITY CONTEST Must Be I 110,- - i when McCrcary was elected by Voted on. or 000 majority, for chairman of tho Before state coiiiinitce,"uhile. the Whullcii May 20 crowd will offer John M. Stevenson, chairman, of Winchester, for District Na.r FOR Lincoln county democrats will undoubtedly be pi aclically solid for Address , ..t ... .. McCienry nnd hi. friends, and there This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed are many who fav,ir instructing tlje to the Contest Department of, the: lutorior Journa, will count local .delegation which will go to the for tlHvriytieyiaM.isriMi.thiyoa(. y state convention to vote for Me- These balfots must be fasteneiT together in packages, down the line, CrcaryV friends all in envelopes, before being deposited. as well ns instructing for Champ Clark for president. utt-nb- lo Dud-deraand-bughem-elveed r - very-larg- e s i al-m- t- -- g n, 1 F he-w- -- ! ' Good For 25 Votes 4 H KVi.V m Wt V- - ip, U v'.' 4 ' THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOU RNAL, STANFtRl. x KENTUCKY. he Interior Journal tHtbllthrt 1171 HOW THEY STAN! L. L. Vote Fer Entries In Popularity Contest. Santos HILTON M. iAUFLKY,... Publisher MA YIAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCI BiUrt4 at the rMtattlc wrt aa coat claaa mall. at BU The following is the standing of this week in the the contestants piano popularity contest being conducted by L. L. Sanders, tho hustling Crnb Orchard merchant: Mrs. Dove Garner 120,052 101.91(1 Lillic Garner IIuliv Underwear Replace it with a You may be attached to that underwear you have worn all winter, but OLD SOL says TAKE IT OFF. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. I'nrrMi 08.000 Clothing! Prices lowest ever. Men's and Young Men's New Spring Suits in all colors and weights, $5 to $30. You will be convinced if you stop and look. 00.460 Mrs. W. D. Ncwland 57.518 Tho announcements in this column Ida Lee Qnmnliell ., 40.18(1 are of candidates for office, subject Suie Butt 1)7.884, Mamie lohnnn to thr action of tho democratic i. ecu unrner .n,ij-l.r).74(J Mnlmlia Howard For Conttress UMC-'-d llertha Roeers COL. J. P. CIIINN, OF MERCER. 8.072 Eva Fletcher J. A. SULLIVAN, OF MADISON Sadie Catlin .V20 Fer Commonwealth's Attorney 1.008 Jewel Francisco J,5J EMMETT PURYEAR, OF BOYLE. Name Carpenter ... .linn- - j'ti.. W. S. BURCH. OF LINCOLN. 1.18 j Hesie Revnolds 1.171 For Sheriff. Marie White 1.0 JO Kubv Cress M. S. BAUGHMAN. l."(l Ethel WiUon b. W. GIVENS 1.000 Hattln Bocie J. G. WEATIIERFORD . 1.000 Mamie Nanier For County Judqe. U there anything in all this world T. A. RICE, that is of more importance to you M. P. NORTH, thnn good digestion f Food must be For Circuit Clerk eaten to sustain life nud must be D. WEAREN J. digetcd and converted iuto blood. J. F. IIOLDAM When the digestion fails the whole body suffers. Chamberlain's TabFor Jailer. lets nra a rational and reliable cure PEYTON PARRISII, for indigestion. They increase the GEORGE DERORDE flow of bile, purifv the blood, DINK FARMER strengthen the stomach, and tone up WILLIAM II. HESTER the whole digestive apparatus to a W. A. CARSON iintuial and healthy action. For sale by G. L. Penny. For Assessor P. L. BECK. I can make your old straw hats S. M. OWENS, look like new. Also clean and presq R. II. BRONAUGII your clothes nicely. Give me a trial P. C. SANDIDGE. Harry Brouddus, next door to For Magistrate J. T. ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS See 3 Before Buying J. D. EADS, Your Spring Goods 1 t ............ POROSKNIT or a MUNSING N Union Suit at $1.00, $1.50 and $2 lengths-shi- the suit, with long or ahort sleeves, ankle or knee rt alone or drawers tomatch at 25 & 50c Negligee Shirts We can hardly tell you about them here; a whole column would not describe them. Solid blue; All white; Neat hair line stripes; Stiff or soft attached cuffs; Soft collars to match. They will fit YOU; They are (he NEW things. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky. By special request Rev. J. J. Dickey wjll preach at the Methodist My new spring and Bummer sam- church Thursday night at 7:45. Subples are now ready for your inspec- ject, "Light at. Eventide." Everytion. They comprise the best on body invited. the market. I can suit anyone as to Revs. J. J. Dickey and J. B. Jones price who had his clothes made to will address the people of Rowland, order. A suit made to your measure next Friday night on "Good Citizenis preferable to ready made clothes. ship" with the purpose of organizing To hare them made to measure a Good Citizenship League. doesn't cost any more than ready made when quality and fit is conJ. M. Howell, a popular druggist sidered. Come in and let me take of Greensburg, Ky., "We use 's your measure. Cough liemedv in our own household and know it is excellent." H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. For sale by Penny's Drug Store. SPRING SUITING Cham-berlnin- Headed a "Symposium of Donkprints exeys," the Courier-Journtracts from a number of Kentucky papers which refuse to cme and go at its beck and call in politicnl matter.-'. The Interior Journal feels greatly honored to find itelf among the "Donkeys". We greatly prefer such a term to being the recipient the por- of fulsome flattery lvhich tion of those papers wluch take their political oriler- - from the vbnr-ro)of Whnllcn, Wnttcrfon & and think it their bounden duty to wag their little tails whenever the mangy cur at the corner of Fourth and Green, and to yelp when ever a well direct ml bootjack such as that thrown by Gov. Beckham a few days ago, hits it a body blow. al i- in Com-pany, Have nice Selection of Druggets, Mattings, Carpets, Lace Curtains, etc. The Correct Styles in Millinery. Come and see our Stock and be convinced: C, S. The quality, like all our merchandise, talks for us. $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. Full Dress Shirts, in plaited or plain bosoms, $1.00 and $1.50. MT, UOffiffl), CT oooooooooooooooooo H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky New Goods Long Kid Gloves, 16 buttons; in white, tan and black. All colors in long white gloves. Beautiful line of parasols, all colors and prices. Cotton corduroy, all colors. Striped batiste, Cotton voiles, Satin striped, Hosiery galore, Etc. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. House Cleaning Time Let us furnish you new matting and curtains i In order that there may be no fight in the state convention upon presidential question, since the Champ Clark, a nativo son of Kentucky, seems to be the overwhelm ing choice of the people, Gov. an upon has come out statement favoring Clark; Editor Watterson, then discloses the nigger in the woodpile, by openly declaring that tho most important thing before the coming state Bonvcntion is not Champ Clark, the endorsement but the "weeding out of the present 0 under which a organization," majority was obtained over the republican's last November. Thus is proven by Patterson's own words the statement of Gov. Beckham that Watterson and his gang really care nothing for Clark but were making a tight behind lus back to take the stnte organization hwoy from McCreary and his friends Sineo Clark is now "practically as sured of the instructed vote of tb state, wo believe that it would not be unwise to scotch the real serpent at the time the conventions are held by instructing lor UarK and for Van Sant for state chairman, crowd whom tho Watterson-Whallc- n of crooks are moving heaven and earth to defeat. It's dimply a ques tion of whether the decent element in the democratic party h to remain in control for the next four years. mere s reajiy no omer issue ry 30,-00- THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of the name. If you have had 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 disappointment and money as well. J. A. ALLEN. Stanford. Ky Cultivators We have the Oliver and Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators, ready for this Season. Try One The Highest Market Price will be paid for all kinds of Produce, W.RHiggins to keep your money In this strong safe, subject at all times to your checks. The person of small means finds us as as attentive to his needs as does the man with large interests. An important function of this bank Is to do what it can to aid its depositors in their financial growth. It's a very simple matter to open an account here. Hides and Furs. See us before you sell, get price in country or delivered. It Costs Nothing PHONE 153. H. B. Northcott T.K. TUDOR, Mgr. Tho Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, lUittiMfcy Surplus Capital $100,000 W. II. SHANKS, Pros. i. M. BRIGHT, Cash. $100,100.00 Resources $500,000 J. H. PAXTON, V. Pres J. W. ROCHESTER, Ass't Cash involved. J. -. C- McClary Dates When Democrats ,WHI Choose Utah (convention) Michigan (Convention) .. Maryland (convention) .. Iowa (convention) S,. Carolina (convention) Ohio (primary) Virginia (convention) . . . New Jersey (primary) . . . Texas (convention) Georgia (convention) Kentucky (convention) ... Rhode Island (primary) , South Dakota (primary) Ohio (convention) W. Virginia (convention) , Minnesota (convention) . . Corner Next te Court House Debate . . , . . . . .... , W. E PERKINS .VAfeflEHriHfPavHIll May 14 May 15 May 16 May 16 May 21 May, 22 May 23 UNDERTAKER AND BMIALMER STANFORD KENTUCKY. May 28 May 28 Office Phone 187. Homo Phone 35. Mny 20 May 29 L& N. TITHE May 31 No.Jl.Moatb.lllMr.M. First Rational Bank STANFORD, KY. Capital $50,000; Surplus $25,000 Small Aoooimts Solloltoel and j TABLE They make up the larger amounts of our deposits. THE SAME RVMI. CARE-FU- L .June June 4 4 C Crib Orchard, Ky. .June .June 6 JOt. No.tT,10:A. M. No.H,tl0P.M. , Houth, io:ja a m. No.S,Jorlh,:0A. a. No. M, North, t) r. M. No. OUR SMALLEST DEPOSITORS RECEIVE AND COURTEOUS t. IIICI, Ant. ATTENTI ON AS THE LARIEST. .jiJJjt.. ?fl . Zs ' " r STANFORD. KENTUCKY nt j "' r ? THE Mr. J. A. Dtiddcrnr, of Lancaster, wns here Monday. Miss Elinbcth Higginrf was in DanMr. George I). Wcnrcn went to ville Snturdny. Frankfort Mondny on buninepg. Mr. John Ilobinson, of Crnb OrchMr. I.ognn McCull spent Sunday ard, wuri here a short time TucMlay. liii rmrenta nt .Mnrctburg. with Afrs. J. W, Aeey upent Tuesday in Mr. It. H. llnton, if Lancaster, Lancaster with her purcnts, Mr, nnd wan here a hhort time Friday. Mih. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Heyn.dd, Mrs. J. H. Ilniley U visiting Mr. of Wayncsburp, nre visiting Mr. nml Carroll Uailey and family at Crub W. L. McCnTty. Mm. Owoley, of Columbus, Oichurd. Mr. E. Mr. Robert llnriihble mid children, wns here ncvcrnl diiyn with reGn., of Lnncaster, wcro here Saturday. latives nml friend. Mr. George Hopper, of Danville Mr. Mike Chrimmi, of Sun Frnn-iineh'tent Sunday with his jutrents here. Cnl bus been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will Shanks were friends here. in Danville Inst week. Miss Elizabeth Given, of Iluhblc, Mr. It. M. New laud was in Danville been the Mhw 'SOCIAL ami PERSONAL WINTERItRJ OURNAL. Lost.- - Start the commencement week right by seeing "The American Girl." Purse containing impor-tnpapers. Reward for return to 38-this office. 3. 3 NO TAXES on Your Clothes Arid You Owe It To Yourself To I. Plans largaln For catarrh, coughs, colds, croup, A fine upright Kurtrmnnn piano, wnlnnt ease, only f 110. Addres or asthma ask G. L. Penny for n fl The Fulton Music Co., enre Inttrior Hyomci outfit, he guarantees it. Use as directed nnd end nil misery, (Pro38.fi Journal olllce, nounce it We are feedlnq and Alcorn to our work stock. We feed Lost, Strayed or Stolen. Teleno other qraln with It, and know that phone account book. Please return It is aood. J. H. Bauohman & Co. to George Burdetto and receive High-o-me.I Oaf-Equ- al ..." o, recent visitor of hns Jennie I'eile. Mr. Ceril Johnson, of Danville linn boon visiting his mint, MU Alice Henrley. Mr. nml Mr. George Diclil nml Utile on, of Cincinnati, arc the guest-of Mr. nmi .Mr. Unn Trnylor. Mrn. Chnilcri Kreton, of Williams-bnn- r, U here viitin her mint, Mrs. W. II. IligeiiH nml other relative. Mis I.orcltn Frith, of Hrodhend, hero visiting Dr. W. It. O'llannon Fiidity on business, Mr. W. S. Dcnhnm, was in Dan- ville, Monday. Mrs. P, A Drown was called to Mt. Vernon .Monday by the death of f ... hi ii a 1 T.r t mu ow Mi i. uuoi.' npi tnr isir ,ui'fru l,i I !. ti a r. I l fci The central committee of the Good rm.mji.,cl imiu uihuw )tiii iiimI irrtrni! NrAi trtnlinM I, irni.tivfitr,tttmtt fvrii lM Citizenship movement lr " it In h in Lincoln o turr with pmvtfi tiM I'mUi.rrtfir OAUrrN to V a roMtltutior n t.u county has decided to organize Good r. ai4 r.fiuirta rrmttituootAl Imtm'Dt Hi i (urrh fiif. tr J cun) la tt Iijrdn, nilr (MiftltutKinal cvtF !C iIkf itimrkrt ItOhk.takrn mtrmallr In dira trura ot citizenship leagues in every school la district in the county. The entire tm 0 bkwitf irc(4 to a lvpniirul. It afta ind murmi urfii of tbf tr't litfr tntt OM county will be canvassed as rapidly nuiMirm itniura rvr anr tut a una u curt. ns possibly. Publie meetings will df Mfftiiara and t!ITnnnial. CO. ToWla. Otla. Addma T.l. rilRNP.V be held nnd nddresses delivered. fr limrtarta. TV. lor coUoaUoa. a Hall liila f.tn a w IMV tir 1 . H . dtrM-tl- lakt (! Faaur Wear The Best. We carry a full line of them in All-Wo- ol her father. Mr. Jesse Cook, of Lf sington, was here tor u short time .Monday on business. Mr. nnd .Mrs. It. G. Hampton, returned to their home nt Icliaiun Junction. 'Mis Pearl Hampton returned home with (hem. nnd wife. Mrs. Krnet Carter nnd son Enrl, Mr. nml Mr. Thonins Onk", of of Evnusville, Ind., nre here with her I.niicapter, nre here visiting their mother, Mrs. 'Julia Hughes. pon, .Mr. Hl Oaks. Chief Trnin I)Nntuhcr, of 'Livingston, wns here Coleman, of Danville, wenj here Mnudny. I'rldny on biifine-- s. Miss Daisy Vnndeveer bus returnMri. Annie Xewlnud nnd Mrx. ed home from Ashvillo, X. C, where Mnry Strnub are visiting Mr. nnd ihe bus been for sevcinl months f.jr Mrs. Offirgo I'o)w nt I.iung-tn- u. her health. Mis Folly Trujlor, who has been Mr. nnd Mrs. George Hiinii mid teaching nt Downing, Fin., is here children, of Morelnnd, were the r. viMling her Mstor, Mrs. Stun guests of his brother, Mr. At M. Dud-(lern- Mr. It. J. I.eniomls, Misse Ellu Thoinp-o- n nnd, Inez n pnmpaigu for the dctnocrntio frr commonwealth's nttoniey Miss Snllie Mills Crnig is confined to her home with n bad sprain of her right nnklc caused by stepping off n chnjr. Her father, Dr. W. X. Craii.' was oer from Derea to -- cc her Mondny night. J. M. Lovell. of Lincoln county live. wns here this week, and although he Mr. nnd Mrs. It. It. Green and is 81 years if4 age, looks much T. J. of MoKinney, handsome younger, nnd he tells us tbnt if he Mr.- -. Green's pent lakt week with nnd his wife live until the "JOth of Mrs. T. J. Hondo. August they will bnve been .married Mr. nml Mrs. Joe Homiiuui and 00 v oar. Somerset Times. nieces. hnt nml Horn, ot Lancaster, nre visiting her Ntcr, Mrs. Joe SHORT LOCAL NEWS nomi-intiod, ni-t- Josephine Snndidge, of nnd her visitor, MUs Margaret Dnvjs of Dnnvillc, were here n while Snturdnv. Mr. Enrl C. linker, of Crnb Oreli-nrwan in town Monday, for n phort time on business, Mr. T. A Elkin nnd daughter Mifs Snllie, of Lancaster, Icouirlit Mr. W. S. Elkin here Fridny, to take tho trnin for Atlanta, Gn., where he Minn Hunn nnd family Mondny. Judge E. V. Puryenr, of Danville, wns here Monday, prosecuting his Itosa Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. G. Denzley nnd Show your patriotism by seeing Mr. nnd Mrs. J, Kincnid, motor- "The American (iirl." ed over to Lexington Friday in Mr. Ilenr.ley's car. Insure with the leadinq comMr. Sallie Morelnnd hns return- panies. Fish & Bromlev represent ed to her home in l4xinrfou, nfter them All lines. a vikit to her daughter Mrs. Carroll Pure, cannel coal at Denhnm's Mrx. Vircil Lee and pretty little yard at Stanford ami Rowland. cents per bushel. daughter flooreiii. of HiiTlnn. Ky., Price Shanks. 3S-- A. C. AlfordV White Leghorns in the big egg laying contest near Frankfort, made a spurt. last week, and the returns for the week showed that they carried off first honors by laying the grentest number of eggs for the week. Much interest is being manifested over the state noon. and little among poultry fanciers in the egg Mr. Hill Spalding daughter, Cntheiino Alcorn, will laving contest. leave Saturday for Lebanon to vW-- it Closing Out. Spalding Mr. nnd Mrs. Renc-dicIn order to close out our stock of for vevernl weekn, and will then go to Hustonville to npend 'the remain- phonographs and records, nt once, der of the Minimor with Mrs. Spald- we. will make very low prices on siime. Will sell on time to responing father ,Dr. Edward Alcorn. sible parties. Call at the residence I.oliisvillo Post. .Mr. JessevlIoltzeInw, who has been of E. C. Oaiman, on Logan avenue working in Huntington, W. Va., for nnd oxmnine these goods. We nlso some surprised his ninny have in stock two attachments, for time, fiifliilM by eomiiig iiouie VtVJlitrSufly ploying t'" 4.ninnt reoords, J. F 38-nnd bringing with him a wife. He Hill and Co. 19 well known here, having been "The Americnn Girl" under ibe in Wilkinson's barber bhop, direction of Misses Fettro nnd Jackbeforo he left here. Ho is the boh of by the High Mr. Alex Holtzelnw. The bride wns son, will be presented girls nt the opera house, School MiBH Uertft Nuckols, of Huntington, 8 P. M., AdW. Vo. They will mnke their home Monday, May 20th nt mission 15, 25 nnd 35 cents. This here, where lie will bnve his old job fwill be one of the most attractive in the barber bbon. people features of the commencementnnd Some of the out of town miss it. who attended the K. of P. minstrel you cannot afford to were Mr. here Fridny night May 10, A recent issue of the Covington Miitees Owens, nnd Mrs. Bowmnn picture of the very "Will Itout, of Post contained a MeConnnck nnd J. hnndsome edifice which is soon to Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Hustonville. members of the First Haselden nnd son, J. IL Messer, J. be built by the Christian church of tlint city ot A. IleAiloy, J. W. Sweeney, Robert W. Hngin, formerly of Walters, Green Clay Walker ond which Rev. J. Hngin has C. this city is the pastor Mr. Joo Frnijois, of Lancaster. II. done n great work sinco going to Wrny, of DanvilleProf. Everett mid Covington sereral years, ago nnd bis Miss Pearl Collier, Mrs. J. F. Hol-lnfriends in this 'section are Misses Clara Collier, Goodie host of Middleton, grently interested in the splendid re Redd, Annie nnd Kate sults he is achieving. Ellen Ilolines, of Crab Orchard. t 2. ed nre here visiting Mr. Mnry Owsley nnd Mrs. Hugh Ileid. Mrs. 11. Chancellor nnd itcr. Mrs It. C. Snndidee, of Millrdircvillp. lmvo returned from n visit to Mrs. Mnrgnret Parr, of Lebanon, Ind., nnd nlso n viit to relatives in other parts of Indiana. Mrs. J. II. Williams nnd childien, who have been here vNitinsr her parents Mr. mid Mrs. J. J. MoKinney nt Mt. Salem, returned home nt Tent!., Sunday. JneksboTo, Thev were enlled homo by the illness of Mr. Willinm. Messrs. J. M. MoEUvnin and C. L. Vennble. of Franklin, C. M. Hot nnd Dr. C. 11. Smith, of Millersburjr. Jesse Kosh, of Ilorel Green, John May, of LcMiigton and Dr. I'hillip. of Atlanta, (la., nttemled the burial of Jnnies Owsdey here Sunday after- Don't mis siting "The Militnry Maidens" in the American Girl at Opera Houe, May 20th. Wednes- dnv afternoon nt 3 o'clock. We nre nii.fiiius to get a large delegation to attend the meeting; of the Mutu fed eration 'of women's olubs nt Please come Cnve May prepare for dues to be paid. Executive Committee. The Woman' will meet nt the Improvement Club State Bank Inm-mo- th 2S-3- 1. The Fulton Muic Co., will have pianj tuner in Stnnford about the middle of next week. Leave James McElwaln Owsley Is Taken 30-- 2 orders nt I. J. office. From His Loved Ones. juwclrv etc., foT gradu Watches, News of the denth of James ating prcfCnts nt Mueller's. Owley, the young son of For Sale or Rent: Two story 8 Mr. nnd Mr- -. John Sam Owsley, Jr., room residence, good garden, barn Satin-daetc. Immediate possession, Hughes which occurred in Lexington much sorrow here. And cnued and McCarty. a Inrge number of the friends nnd Louisville and Return Via loved ones gnthered in tho Buffalo Southern Railway. springs Cemetery Sunday afternoon Account Spring Meeting Xcw Louis- when all that was mortal of the 1012. ville Jockev Club. Mny 11-2nil stations in young ninii, was laid to rest in the Heductcd rates from Special reduction for family burying ground. Kentucky. Derby Day, Mny 11th. For full inRev. P. L. Bruce conducted formation call on any Agent, South Sunday afternoon. ern railway. J. C. BEAM JR. A. G. sboit services The flowers were profuse nnd beauLouis, Mo. 1. A, St. tiful. The sympathy of a hot of The International Sundnv School friemU goes out to the bereaved parConvention, for Lincoln county, will' ents in their hour of gloom. bo held nt the ChriMinn church' June The Lexington Leader had this ac1 nnd 7. Everjbody is invited to count of the death of this popular young man: One of the saddest deaths that has Brighten up your old buggy. All been recorded in Lexington in a long kinds of painting nnd repairing time was that of James McElwain nently done nt the most reasonable Owsley, ,the promising seventeen-year-ol- d son of Hon. John S. Owt-Ieprices. W. J. Romans, Lancaster. of Stnnford, Ky., which occurCounty teachers' examinations, red nt St. Joseph's Hospital Saturwhite 3d Fridny nnd Snturdny in day afternoon nt 2 o'clock, followMay, June, July nnd August. Coun- ing a second operation which wns ty tenehers' examination, colored 4th resorted to last Thursday in the hope Fridny nnd Saturday in May, June of snViug the young man's life. August. nnd Gnrjand Singleton Several weeks ago young Mr. OwsSuKTintcndeit ley began complaining of pain in one of his legs near the hip joint. His Don't fail to see the ''American family thought it wns perhnrts due to Girl, a musical comedy in two acts, some slight injury or sprain received at ojiern house, Monday, Mny 20th. at school, and were not nlarmed, believing that it would soon bo allevi(,f the muscles ated. On the contrary, however, the I'.ir whether induced by violent exercise limb continued to give him trouble or injurv. CbamberlainsV Liniment and ho was forced to take to bis bed -excellent. Thi-- . liniment is nlso highlv esteemed for the relief it aff- The physicians who attended him. wns developing ord- in onsoi of rheumatism,. Sold fenring blood-poio- n recommended nn operation, nnd the by Penny's drug store. young man was operated on about In obedienee to mi ordinance of thirty days ao. This operation apthe City Council )f Stnnford, Ky., I parently gave the patient temporary will on the 22d dny of Mny, 1912, in relief, but about a week ngo bis confront of the court house door in dition nwimed n grnre nspeet. AnStanford. Kv.. at about 1 o'clock P. other operation wns decided on nnd M., offer for sale nt public outcry n this comwas performed Thur-dn- y, frnnchiie to operate a water and petent locnl surgeons making a final light plant in Stanford, Ky. No bid effort to save the young man's life. for los than foO will bo accepted. Owing to the weakened condition, Any one desiring to Fee a copy of however, he never rallied, nnd surthe franchise, will cnll on roe. L. R. rounded by his n par3S-- 4 HUGHES, City Clerk. , ents and other relatives, who bad watched hopefully fit his bedside, the As administrator of the estate of end came Saturday afternoon. the Into J. A. Ellis, I will sell nt his oung Owsley, who wns the only Ellis-burformer place of business, near cliild of Hon J. S. Owsley, former Casey county, Ky., on Thurs Commonwealth's Attorney of the day, June 0, 4912 seven show Judi one counter show case, six cial district, and nephew of Councillong, nNo four sets of scales, feet man Thomas M. Owsley of this city, including one computing senles, good was n in Lexington, hnv-in- g n new, two sixty gallon oil tanks, for sometime attended Miss Colone a tnnk; one iron lier's private school here, and Inter new, and other becoming n student snfo, practically nt Morton High things too numerous to mention. J. School, where be made many friends C. BnTker, Admr. Hustonville, 38-3- t. among the teachers nnd students of tlint institution. During his attenNow is the time to get rid of dance nt the Lexington schools he You will find your rheumatism. wonderfully made his home with his uncle, CounChnmberlnin's Liniment effective. One application will con- cilman Owsley, on Market street. vince you of its merits. Try it. For Lnst September his parents entered him 'as n student nt the iMllcrsburc sole by. Penny's Drug Store. Military Institute, where be wns Mrs. George Riffe Dies In Oklahoma. making fine progress with bis studies News wns received by relatives nt until tho peculiar nffootion onnflW Hustonville Mondny of the death at him to return home. Tyrone, 'Oklahoma, of Mrs. GeJrge His death, just at the threshold of Riffe, Sr., the mother of Mrs. T. G. young manhood, when his life seemNunnelley, of the West End. Mrs. ed so' full of promise of a useful Riffe wns 78 years of age, nnd a. and honorable career, is a sad blow faithful and consecrated member of to hi-s- parents, his grandfather, the Baptist church. Sbe went to Judge J. S. Owsley, of Ashland Oklahoma n number of years ago to avenue, this city and his several make her home, having five daugh- aunts and uncles, with whom he was ters married and living there. Be- ,a general favorite, and they are sides thes.e she is survived by ber bowed with gnef over the loss tbey other daughter, Mrs. Nnnnelley, of have sustained. The sympathy of Hustonville, and two sons, David many friends go out to the family Riffe of McKinney, nnd George in their hour of bereavement Riffe, of Tyrone, Oklahoma. The The body was removed Saturday body of this good woman will be afternoon to the residence of his brought back to Hustonville fur in grandfather, Judgo J. S. Owsley, at terment in tho family burying ground 248 South Ashland avenue, nnd will at her old home, where she wns born bo taken to his homo at Stanford and reared mid spent so much of Sunday morning on the 10:25 Q. & her life. C. trnin for burial. Tho funeral and will he in thjft cemetery nt Pennington, County Sur interment E. D. Stanford at 2 o'clock Sunday General Farm Surveying. veyor. Phone 172, Stanford, Ky. nn expert iu y, 8, y, igrief-strickeg, g well-know- BRIGHT YOUNG LIFE ENDED Suits from $121? to $30? Blue, Grey and Brown are popular ' colors, and we have stocked-u- p on a full line of them for your inspection. They fit you, they wear you, and cost you less f' than ever. i ""j Cummins fa earen L '. Stanford, Kentucky REMEMBER THE FORD b T - - V m Popular Priced Carpets Ingrain and Woolen Druggets. We can show nice patterns and low prices See our line of Mattings China', Japanese, Fiber and Linen Mattings and L. L. SANDERS , Qcab Orchard, - - - Kentucky iTakMIIHiK FMH3 ell HiH Izl 1 r ypranpiigM Prepare for them today by putting all your valuable ia our safety deposit vaults. Absolute safety aialiwt fire, thieves er any ether calamity. Access te vaults at any time. Safety sexes free to our customers. Come in and let us show you around. 'af& I 4 i lfNUrt V- w .! STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. Deposits $69,897.81; Surplus $4,181.43 W. L McCARTY, Free. J, D. CADS, J. S. RICE, V. Pros. 8. L PENNY, V. Pres. M. I. SALIN, Cashier. S. ALIERT PHILLIPS, &) s s ; t-?. T $1 WHEAT While we think THE STANFORD SAVES BURLEY Important INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. SOCIETY Ren-dere- DR. HINITT SPEAKS ON d Tobacco Decision By Appellate Court CIVIC RIGTHEOUSNESS Good Crowd Hears Splendid Address By President of C. U. Reso- it 'better busi- ness not to bay wheat in advance, if any of our fanner friends wish to engage their coming crop we'll pay $1 per bishel for July delivery; Wheatjo grade No. 2 J. H. Baughman & Co. Stanford, Kentucky. THE FARMERS State Bank & Trust- - Co. Call on V. F. Watkin?, May-woo- d, p. 1 34-4Ky. Posted Fred Ilnndorf. Farm for Rent. 70 awes all unal for der fencV, 15 for cultivatidn, 35 Order a sack of your driving horse. J, H. Baughman ncre3 in woods, 20 acres in timothy & Co. grass besides the woods grass. 15 For Kent. Forty acres Rood blue acres furnished free to a good man crass pasture for the year 1912; who will take care of fence and take year around. in stock, collect money and send (o two running springs Write Hox 43, McKiuney Ky 3G-Hie besides wood, and garden nnd I have 240 bushels of German mil- good land. Write mo at 718 East let seed for sale; grown from south, Fremont Stv Blo'oniington, III., the em seed; first class seed. W. S. owner. Mr&. Annie B. Sweeney. 31-For Snle. Fortv head stoekMiocA Wigbani, Moreland. Ky. One nice work Jiorse sows and nisrs. Write Box 43. For Sale. 37-- 2 Kv. and one mare: nnnlv to Mrs. Cora Several nice tobacco beds for (sale t. Coker. June's Mountain. Came to my place six ewes and Rainbow hurley, Standard hurley, four Iambs. Owner can got same by nnd another heavy hurley. L. C. 37-4- p paying for their keep and this adv. Dunn. Ilustouville. 3G-1 have a splendid two- Tom Dudderar. For Sale, 50 barrels of corn, price ear-ol- d jnck. black with white !)." cents per bushel. Anton Breinich points that I will stand to 20 niare3 Crab Orchard. R. F. D. No. 1 lp. Hi 8 apiece. Ed Ballard. 38 W. T. MeGirr, one of thesbest I have fust returned from Indiana with a shipment of nice qeneral pur- known f aimers of the Shelby City pose horses. In the bunch are a neighborhood, ast week sold n cow team or two of extra nice Percheron nnd calf to John Thornton for $30. mares. 5 and 6 years old, lust the thing for big mule breeders. They Napoleon Bonnpnrte Hays, who are for sale" privately at Nunnel-ley- 's against Judge S. W. linger for Stock Yards. See me or S. J. lan the democratic nomination for govMyers there . Chas. Lutes. 1007, i now a candidate Alcorn at $1.90 per 100 jfbunds ernor in good for your cow or draft horse. for the democratic nomination for is congress' in Durant, Oklahoma; where I H Rnnnhmnn &. Co. For Sale. Five shares bank stocK he has lived several years. Oat-Equ2. G 3G-23. big-bon- or write. Dr. Have ' Your" Painter Use the paint that will give your house the best possible protection and put off the need of repainting for the longest possible time. Sherwin-William- s Paint. 'Prepared will do this. When rightly used on a proper surface it will not powder, flake oft or crack. It forms a tough, durable film that withstands the inroads of the elements and retains its gloss and good appearance. i No other paint is more satisfactory or economical. 4zt " AST J&k y7 PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Do You Want a Silo? a This cut shows you what we arc liow prepared to construct. We have one of the 'famous Polk Machines with which to build Silos like this, and if YOU are thinking of building .a Silo, call on 'or write us before you do anything, and, we'll interest you. We have already contract-ed'fo- r buildbut a limited six and' cannot num- VVNflflPP ber, so you had better not delay, but tret in next. We have the territory of Lincoln, find , Garrard counties Telephone 136 I The Court of Appeal Inst week lutions Adopted rendered a decision in the rave of the Hurley Tobacco Society ngninst X well filled coutthoitsc lienrd Monroe", from Pendleton county, thnt President F. V. llinitl, of Central i of vital importance to tho Hurley tobacco growers of K;ntii('ky. Un- I'nivcrsity, Danville, deliver a splender the j)ooling contract of 4009 the did mldr(vsi uponACivie Kiglitcoiti Builey Tobacco Society claimed the jliess nt the courthouse Monday right to sell the tobacco without the Dr. Il)uitt is a thinker rud npprovnl of the County BoarJT of large part tpenker of power and mndo n proControl, mid having Mld a of the crop upon the open market found impression upon nil who heard nnd nt different price, it sought to him. Short talks were nNo made, equalize the prices of the same ernde afterward by Hev. D. M. Walker1, J. by treating nil of the Mile ns one J. Dickey nnd J. H. Jones, H. K. for the aggregate Mini9 received for Gallic:), P. M. Mcltobcrts, and Mrs. the several sn'.es and then dividing T. M. Goodnight. The following accordingly, out the. proceed were ?rfd by Suuire ". of the price" , received at ' McKiuney, nnd ndopt-cA. Coffey, of each separate snle. The grower. denied tho right of The Resolutions the Hurley Society to sell without Whereas, Civil Government is " the consent of the County Board of Control mid nI.o denied it right to divine institution, ordained of God cqunli7e the price between the grow- for the happiness nnd well being of men, and whereas civil officer are ers. Some time ago, certain growers of called in the Bible "God's ministers, Pendleton county brought n suit to to execute wrath upon him tint I doeth test these questions and won in the evil" we conclude that those who lower court, which denied the claims seek those positions should be clean, of the Builey Society in Into nnd not capable and honest, free from imonly prohibited it from helling with- morality, and their characters worout the consent of the County Board thy of the high places to which they lire of Control, but requited it to account aspire. Since civil officers nnd to the growers of each county for the God's ministers, the courthouse prices actually received for their Ihe capitol become as sacred as the church nnd to put corrupt and contobacco. e scienceless men into office is to y In mi opinion hnuded down these places and thereby give written by Judse Miller, the Court the of Appeals reversed the Circuit offense to the Mighty Ruler of ournniversc, "nnd to bring upon Cout upon both proportions and selves his jnt and righteous judgholds that the Hurley Society may ment. sell without the consent of the local of LinTherefore, we the County Board of Control ami may coln county of all political parties equalize the price in tho manner and religious beliefs, in mass meetnbove indicated. ing assembled recognizing mrr responsibility to 'God and our fellow Bailey Williams , iiiimi, for tho roxr exercise of the Mis? Bc-mBailey, who has been elective franchise, nnd realizing the visiting in Tnylorsville, III., surpris- great danger to Qiir free institutions ed her many friends kere, by mar- by electing bad men to office, Hesklve. rying while there. Sli i the daughSince the ,'uneorrnpU'd ter of Mrs. T. Bailey, of Maywood, ballot is the pnlludium of our liberand is very popular among her ninny ties we iew with alarm the increasfriends in that section. She married ing number of votes who are willing Mr. Alfred Williams, of Tnylorsville, to baiter their (raiichisc. We there1'., n very prominent business man of fore demand of every candidate who Unit city. They will make their a.sks our suffrage that he refrain home at Tnylorsville. from the use of money or They have the best wihe of their mnny friends intoxicating drinks in his effort to obtain n nomination or to be electfor n long nnd hnppy union. ed to any office. 'J. That the road to preferment Police Nab Suspicious Pair. should be oiien to nil worthy nspir- Emmett Brown nnd Joe Proctor. conwho claimed to be from Rockcastle, imts and since, under piesent ditions, it is well nigh imMsilile for were caught slipping behind the home be elected to office without of W. W. liny Monday night and a man to sniirclrSng his character and forfeitby Deputy Marshal John arrested ing his honor, we are determined to Mceks. Mr. Meek had done some usu our be- -t efforts to reverse conclever shadowing of the parr, and for ditions, and make it impos-ibl- e snw that their actions were decided unworthy men to gain these, coveted ly suspicious. Thev had first sroiic places. In so doing, we will inspii behind the store of George II. Fnr-,r- i. our young men to adopt lugli ideals then; kick vif Severance and and build character?, in order that Son and then back of the they may enjoy the confidence nnd When Mr. Sleeks went after them receive the support of their Proctor went after his gun, and ns citizens. u result he got of .2."i nnd .'I. That our laws nvtainst he sale costs from Judge Menefee Tuesday of intoxicating liquors are a boon morning, while Brown wns given l."i of untold value, in protecting our minutes in which to get out of town. people fiom the temptation to drink. It didn't take him ten. John Long We therefpie solemnly pledge ourwas fined ;?10 for being drunk. selves to supp.wt no man for any office who f not ill sympathy with Sick headache results from a dis. laws, mid whoso rcroril does not ordered condition of the stomach furnish a sufficient guarantee of the and can be cured by tho use of sincerity of his professions, and of Chainbei Iain's Liver Tablets. Try it. his pledge to do nil in his power to Fur sale by Penny's Drug Store. have them enforced iiL'ainst nnv nnd nil violators of these laws. r. That the compulsory primary A Nervous Woman Finds election law, recently enacted, gives to the voters of Kentucky, nnd opRelief After Many Years portunity they have never before enWomen who suffer from extreme joyed, of nominating good men for much nervousness, often endure office; u theiefore urge every mnii suffering before finding any relief. to go to the polls, having in mind Mrs. Daniel Kintner, of Defiance, the highest good of his country, and Oihad such an experience, regard- cast his vote for that candidate who ing which she says: is best fitted for the office. "I had Ptomach (I. That every nevspiiier in tlii trouble when I wai eighteen yeura ol.l judicial and congressional district that broke down lip reuuested to publish these resotr.y health, zr.l inr year I suffered lutions, nnd' thnt the Seerelury of with nervoun-M- . li headache, Indlcea-tlo- n thjs meeting bo instructed to llieni copies of the sumc. nnd nervoux Biiaum. oThe L That it is the prerogative of bad attasmit irot KiSfcSA i would have them the people Ui say what shall be enthree or jVsmi!p tt week, four times- acted into law. nnd that their renre- After try.l4AwWJ.ifl Inv nnrlv AVfcrV 'sriitntivcs in the ln making bodies o m e d y recomr of the land are in honor bound to mended, I beiran takltiu Dr. MlleV 'icgard their wishes in legislation. It Nervine, nnd I must wy If helped me is therefore our duty to demand of wonderfully. I have hnd no eeveie candidates what their views are up- fur aeveral yean." lins. DAN KINTNKIt,O. !on great questions that are agitating 1002 l'leaiant tit, DuHance, tho country, that we may know Many remedies are .recommended j whether or not they will represent us h'en they take their seats in the for diseases of the nervous system that fail 'to produce results because councils of the state or nation! they do not reach the seat of the Tw. nice young Shorthorn bulls trouble. Dr. Miles' Nervine has proven its value in such cases so fop sale. It. C. Nunnellcy, Moreland many times that it i unnecessary 11. F. 1). No. 1. it. -d: pio-fano , fel-lofur-ni-- CALL AT E. T. Pence's and see the latest style CORN PLANTER. THIS IS SOMETHING NEW. Fertilizer of All Kinds. t Sheep Dip and Fly Spray keeps the flies off the horses and cdws. J CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday; may SPECIAL EXCURSION 19 $.50 IfflBP f .50 Round Trip Round, Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. TO CELEBRATE ITS 77"C'V" i'4ffpp can te, makfc claims for iL provt its merits for yourself by You getting .a PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. who will return the price if you receive no benefit. MILES MEDICAL CO., bptte of your rugtjiit, Elkhart " Ind. I'd Callahan, tho noted feudist of Ilrenthitt county, who was shot from 30th ANNIVERSARY ambush aboiitr a week ago, died in u hospital at Jackiton Sunday. Hustonville Baptist Church To Hold Beautiful and Appropriate Scr-- N A VALUABLE SUGGESTION vices Sunday. important to Everyone The Hustonville Haptist church will tvlebrate its aOlh anniversary It is now conceded by physicians with beautiful and impressive ser- that the kidnoya should have more vices next Saturday nnd Sunday. attention as they control tho other Kev. .1. II. Jones, pastor of The organs to n remarkable degree and do n tremendous amount of work church nt Stanford will pi each the in removing the poisons and waste anniversary sermon Sundnv morning matter from tho system by filtering A church social will be held at the the blood. During the winter months, esCollege building on Saturday 1 from three to six, when all of pecially, when we live nn outdoor lif0 the kidneys should receivo some asto be prestbe inemherd arc c.iec-tesistance when needed as wc take less ent and their friends, and cnuiy n exorcise, drink less water nnd often good afternoon of so eat more rich heavy food, thereby cial intercoiivise. forcing tho kidneys to do more work A beautiful and very appropriate than Nature intended. Evidence of piogrniu lias been arranged for Sun- kidney trouble, such as lame bnck, day. After devotional services, the inability to hold urine, smurtingg or history of the church will be read low complexion, rhounmtUm may and then the anniversary senium de- bo wenk or irregular heart notion, livered. Featuies of the evening warns you thnt your kidneys require f(.rvits will be u roll call of the help immediately to avoid moro serichurch and the adoption of resolu- ous trouble. tions and leading of the chinch An herbal medicine containing no covenant. mincruU or opiates ban tho most Quite a. number of Baptists1 from healingg influence. An ideal herbal here and other pnits of the county compound that has most remarkable will he present with the Hustonville suecss as ii kidney and blndder brethren n,t these seniees, as theie remedy N Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoo- t will ho no services here that dn. You may receivo n sample bottle The pnstor, Hev. If. F, Surlew, is do- of Swamp-Iloo- t by mail, absolutely ing a splendid woik uiuonir the Hus- free. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., tonville congregation, and much in- riinghamton, N. Y., nnd mention tho terest is 4'elt ill this eelebratiou of Stanford Interior Journal. For sale theNloiig nnd successful work which by till drug stores. it hns done in the Master's Vinevnrd. PUBLIC SALE Nice Place For Sale. As executor of the. will of the Into I will Pell privately my fnnn of 7;i acres on tho Ottcnheim pike. 2 Anderson Carr. I will sell nt public mileq from Maywood, six miles outcry to the hiahest nnd best bid2 from Stanford, contains good hous-o- f der, in Stanford, Ky., in front nT the com t hous0 door, nt 2 P. M., on ." ro.uus. biir baru nnd other outSaturday. May 25, !9!2 buildings; 2 good wells. Writo or oiro and seo it. Fred NiUolla, II. F. The following real estate, situated in ' O. No. 1, Stanford, Ky. 35.8p Lincoln county, Ky., about two miles south of Stnnford, Ky., and bounded ns follows: FOR ASSESSOR On the enst by tho lands of Jas. P. C. Sanditlge, of the West End An- PcttllR and Win. lliioolmi'm mi !,. tiouth by the lands of Tom Crow nnd nounces His Candidacy oiiiors, on tlio west by the county While in town, shaking hands with road, on tho north by lands of Jucob Guilder, containing 8o acres of laud, his many fiieuds and iicqunintnnceR miro or les3. This land will bo surMonday, Porter ('. Siimlidgu veyed befoi'o the dnv of sale nnd he will he a candidate will bo sold by tho acre in accord-iiilc- o that for the democratic nomination for with such survey. Assessor of Lincoln county, subject fc.rms of Snlo: Puichnser togho to the primary which will be held the good and npiirjvcd bankable note first Saturday in August Kll.'i. Mr. for the piirchuso money, ouo half Snndidge is one of tho best known thereof duo and pnynblo six mpnttis from date of sale, nnd tho balance detnooiatH in the west end of Linhi twelve months from date of snle, coln, being u popular nnd pioiniuolit lien retained on bind roI.1 f..r farmer of tho Milledgevillo section, deferred payments. v There wns between fittO and 000 lie in it member of n largo family, I will, as such executor, at the cattle on the maiket here Monday, mid is tho first one of it to ask for fcnmo time and plaeo, sell n lot of tffice, although all liuvu been strong lersonal pronely., iucluding u show nnd trmlititr wn rather brisk, ranging from fi to 7 cents according to V.'Mt'riitic woikern for mnny yenrw. ense. n lot of biick and other things ihe nunlitv of the stuff offered, most Mr. Sundiilire's friends Kay that he too numerous to mention. will niako a strong race. of it being medium grades. A. T. NunneHey. Exw. nfter-110011-nn-'J- p. e, t