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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): May 31, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912053101_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 31, 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. VJrJ rwn The Interior Journal. VOL. XXXIX NO. 41 STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MAY 31, 191U TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. Vote1 Vote! Have You Voted for Your favorite? If not, Hand Her Your Subscription at Once, for She is Trying Hard to Win and Needs ! Every Vote She Can Possibly Get. Votes allowed on Old or New Subscriptions, So Do Not Let Her Lose For the Lack of Your Subscription HELP YOUR "FAVORITE" WIN ONE OF THOSE FOUR EXf RA PRIZES lontostnnts will he allowed to poll conWhich will be Given to the Four most 10,000 votes more tlinn (lie lender testants Who Brlnq In the the picocding Before III Now we nre issue. Monev on Subscriptions going t" limit this Bla Double Vote race to three who will work to win, June 10th. The OKerlna Expires riexi fnir to handicap them tou whh it isn't of thow- who woi.t A Night at 9 O'clock, so be r i land Your suDscnpuim iu Hour number of names have been drop Favorite Before the Closing Full pod from the list in tho pas't nnrl If vou Wish Her to Have the unless pntno of (lie ullur candidates Advantage of This Bia Offer. signify their intention of going iu lo win, other nnuiPtt will bo missing doubt one week from next Mondn e within K short time, ho Just hand-somto decide tho winners of. thosenow on there arc any number of persons who would be glad to subscribe for extra prizes which nre r.-- S Tho Interior Joumnl to help Home at Penny's Drug Store.oq particular contestant, but this conin the contest Iu.h an tenal testant may bo one of those iu whose to secure these chance interest no work is being done. Some It does nut make any where he stands in the W. active worker would secure thnt ens y subseiiptiou were it otherwise nml Some ncW contestant could it's going to bo otherwise very shortone of these prizes if win effort. From ly. If vou have not begun nn active hut tmt forth n little is going 1" do so campaign for subscription indications it : another hour an easy matter to pickup details of at once. Don't delnvprize. if vou want to win n tru prizes. Head the full It is really wonderful what nn acthH offer hclow: tive and widospernrl interest in beHere Is the Plan. he ing taken in tho contest. Nothing One 20.picce Silver set .will to the contestant rculiitj in enn overshadow it in tho amount ol am-the most pu'.lic interest it is arousing. In nil District No. I who turns in 1l,c circles, in all clo'cs, one hears this on subscriptions Site of May Wth and J.mo 10th. contest talked of. So much interwill est is belli? taken in it thnt you will One It. H. Smith Fountain Pen Bl,,",B have no trouble in securing sube given to tlie oontesuuii. the in District Ko. 1 who turn in on scriptions if you show the people thnt you arc in coruet and want to Inrgot nmouut of moiwj second between the nbote win. subscriptions Hubble. Miss Jennie Itnnkin Miss Jewel Snonnuinore Miss Mnv North Mis Amn Darker Miss Kiithcrinc Murphy Miss Malinrla Nave Miss Isa Flovrl Miss Margaret Allen Miss Itose MeCormuck M'CREARY'S 11 .03. FRIENDS IN COMPLETE CONTROL Victory Wont Meetinn In Hustonville. 10.810 1.7M0 (1,1170 Overwhelming Democratic Some Slate LA 10 Convention Notes rv Mis ii,.s,ie Riffe 1.045 n.ooo 1.2.'M) ""'"' fr 8r w - hf-K- ;i n W Silver Set will he m to the contestant residing Uw sivcu No. 2 who turns in District largest amount of money on subol between the date scriptions One mentioned dates. a $ i HOW THEY STAND TODAY II.. or.il, nml JllllU lOtll. Ten One H. B. Smith Fountain given to the contestant residwill be Ko. 2 who turns in inc in District y mou-ethe second largest amount of the lietween on subscriptions mentioned dates. above Double votes are being given on nil subscriptions turned in before nest Suturdnv night, June 1st nt 0 livV. M. In order that contestants from the office nt n ing may hnc the same chance as those votes living near town, we will under this offer on subscriptions sent bv mail, if the envelope is postmarked not later than l o'clock SatDISTRICT NO. I. urday night. After next Saturday 1 , Stanford. nUht. the vote schedule will again bo 2.5S0 rerluced to tho usual schedule of Miss Lvlo Cooper . .. 15.000 votes given when the contest first Miss Lean rainier ee ue The list of contestants and the number of votes each has will be printed iu this space each issue. All votes must be in this office by .r o'clock iu the afternoon of the day previous to the publication. Votes coming in after f o'clock of the rluv previous to publication will be counted and published in tho next issue. All votes must be pinned together nml the number of votes in each package must be marked on the top ballot. If vote's arc pinned securely together, the name of the contestant need only be put on the top ballot. I .... - started. Miss Dertio MeCIute Klirtn The handsome watclu's arc now rn display aftho jewelrv store of W. H. Mueller of this city, lie will be clad to show them to the contestants and their friends who call nt his store. Mr. .Mueller, well known throughout this part of Kentucky for lis- - lehnb'e dealings, needs no introduction to the people of this vicinity, and the fact that we purchased these hiind-iitiiiprizes from him is in itolf u guarantee thnt thev are exactly as represented. The beautiful $3."i0 piano to bo awarded as the capital prire was purchased especially for this content from the Werner l'iano Co.. of of this A printed des'iiili-'i- i fine instrument would hardly do it iuMice and we inilc all the contest-wit- s anil their friends to call at tho "Intori.ir Journal office and see for Bring ur musical themselves. friends along with vou and when you have heiud the fine tones of this beautiful iiistrntnent, you will agree with the other ontcs'tnnts who have seen it and who say it is well worth putting forth your vcrj effit- - to win. The handsome diamond rings were nurchnscd espeoinllv for this contest from the well known firm of Victor Iloiftieri iu Lexington. The arc indeed spuikliug gems of boautv 'iid Avill soon bo on display at one of tho stores in this city. From now until further notice the limit on votes will bo raised and ii' Chi-s-up- ii. Miss Miss 3.840 Mis 1'enrl Fields Miss Mnrv K. McKinncv .. .10.110 Miss niirabeth Iliggius .. 11.080 22.275 Miss Anna Warren Klizubcth Coleman 14.455 Miss F.l-13.150 Miss Isnbclle Kcvnolds 11.115 Mis- - Mnrv K. Duddemr Miss Mnrv Moore Hiinev ....O.fiSO 20.880 Miss Kate Anderson 10.S55 Mis Josephine Morris 12.875 io Jennings Miss Miss Polhe Wilchor l'.l'JO Miss (leitrude Wilkinson ...22.275 10.735 Miss Klunheth Slai'L' t 1'.. Iloltzclaw 22.275 ?diss 10.405 Miss Florence Dawes ie Mn.-garc- Mis ... ....12.320 bin II. l'ottits ... ... 14.230 Josephine ltrarlv . .. 12.485 Itohcrlu Iloltzclaw ... 0.750 Mi Mi-s Lnwreiic Aliss Kutlicriue Kuds Miss Jennie Pennies Miss Jessie Lee Phillips Miss Oixi Flovd It-- 1 Mis F.liziiheth (inter Wavnr.slHiru Miss F.lsie Singleton Miss Deulilh lluzlett Mrs. Mnrv Morton Mis, y.eria F.ulmnks Delia Miss Sallic (looch Miss Fva Morton Miss Fmnia Meier Jennie Sampson .' ,. 22.275 5.000 10.230 1.400 3.520 15.105 21.(100 l.tilO (i.5'0 7.110 0.180 1.770 1.410 lis Oraco Jeffievs 1.. 7.3(10 let 8.130 Miss Mnrv F.lliel AndeiMiu Preachersvllle. Morelanil, ..10.020 11.135 2.030 Clara Cnmeniseh F.va Moser Mnttio Hishop Miuelle Pruilt Turnersvllle. Miss Lue Ooucli Miss MNs Miss Miss Miss Miss Dessio 'TdcCoriunck Leliu II. Jones ... f.000 0.4"0 11.030 11.320 10.115 rHE $500 INTERIOR JOURNAL POPULARITY CONTEST Good For 10 Votes FOR -- This Ballot Must Be Voted on or Before June 18th. District No.-- . KHMdHUirtKQ'ri''tvhwa ui'nuw jiiauasw jiiuj "JVilimi This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to the Contest Department of the Interior Journa, will count for the person whose name is written thereon. These ballots mmt be fastened together iu packages, enclosed in envelopes, before beiojr deposited. pletely conliollod the Democratic State convention which met in LouKight out of Wednesday. isville Miss Nell Muck Klna's Mountain eleven congressional districts were Miss Lulu t'oker . 1.710 organized by friends of MeCrenry. Shrlbv Cltv The governor was elected chairman . 1.40.' Miss Mnrth.i Tuckri of the state convention over Senator Miss Lizzie Hrackett . l.OoO Ollie M. James by a vote of 002 to 1 1.530 Miss Iletlio White Miss Until Coffev . 1.275 501. Jnines did the unprecedented Mi-- s 2L'.27.rt act of nominating himself for chairKlizubcth Fox Mi-- s Almn Coffev 1.000 man, and ciutcd much astonishMiss Lucile Crow 0.020 ment. Mis friends evidently thought Miss Mnrv Wussell 0.820 that lie would be able to stampede Crab Orchard Mrs. L L Sanders 22.275 the convention to him by a rubble Miss Annie Middlctoii ... 13.520 rousing speech. Mo made the speech Miss Ida Thompson 1.175 but the delegates onlv Ia"hed at Miss Mnvmc Ilolman ... 2.9S0 him for allowing himself to be placed Miss Daisv Hunt 1.425 in such n ridiculous situation, and fi.O.IO Mis Hunt Collier Ilroughtoii Miss Maltha 5.5:10 then voted MeCrenry chairman. After electing MeCrenn. friends Miss Addie Scott 1.750 McKlnnev. of the administration wept nhcad Miss Mnrv D. Deck ... ...20.410 oignnizcd (he convention. They Mis Until Tanner ... . 12.325 and elected It. If. VnnSnnt, of. Ashland, Miss Mnrlie Hutler ... .. l.Il.'lO Imirmnn of the to Miss Ituth Cocking .. .. 2.570 succeed Henry It. stntc committeelat Prowitt. The Miss Kffie Drve ,..10.830 ter, by the way, n James man, ruled very faiily nnd impartially on the DISTRICT NO. 2 He had it jn voting for chairman. Junction Cltv Miss Lnvinm McOruw . ..11.340 his twwer by recognizing certain to make the Miss Lucv Mniikln ... 1.005 contesting delegations doubtful, nnd Miss Willie It. Ingsden 1.030 election of .MeCrenry Miss Mnrv Steele ... 1.010 when the fight was Miss llsrthn West .. 11.155 wnim wji rine.sl . many threats were Miss Ituth Kenue ,. 14.835 heard that he would do this. While Miss Daisy Shuttles ...10.030 such n coitr-- e might have elected Mjss Sara liichaidson .... C.310 have forchairman, it Mis Irene Lvoiw ... 1.3S0 Jamesdisgraced him would the people Miss Itutli Linele ....2.110 ever more so, when with true state the Mjss Alma Cosbv ... 0.700 Even Miss liessio Din ham ... 1.075 of affairs had become known, than Miss Lnln ('o.x .. 2.135 his alliance in this fight with the Miss Husie Roberts .. 18.755 whisky and other Louisville interLancaster. As it Mjss Snrn Heed ... 0.075 ests had done.delegates is, n great seemed to Miss Sarlie Anderson 1.030 many of the Miss Willie Wilkinsot ...11.325 think that the senator has overplayMany Mjss Snlhe Smith 2 1.020 ed his gatiin very greatlv. Miss Allelic Kourue . . . 1.575 claimed to believe that with the senMiss Lillie Ilenrv ... 2.20O atorial seat tucked safely away for Miss Stella Sanders ... 3.800 the next six years he had nsiiirations Miss Flsie Morris 'l ...10.035 to become the dietntor to the demoMi Catherine .Walters . ....1.570 the Miss Mar Daltoii ... 5.500 cratic party that Drndley is If such party iu Kentucky. Miss Anna M. Klkin 1.020 Miss Lcttie M. Mcltoberts ..1.000 was the case, the seiiator had a Miss Carrie Anderson ..1540 very rude awakening. Miss Kliubeth Ford . 1.275 John M. Stevenson, Mis Jennie .... 3.155 of The name of was never presented Winchester, Brodhrad for commit lee chairmnu against Miss Loretta Fiith 2.775 VnnSnnt, after it was ieen that the Miss Klunbeth Tluirne . 1.800 administration forces were so com Miss Mjittie Wilmott . 1.010 pletely in control. Here is another Miss Jewell Francisco 12.310 case of where a good man allowed a Paint Lick Mrs. Kate Chadwell If. I). .. . 1.175 bunch of designing politicians and would-b- e leaders at Louisilt to Marksburv. Miss Annie Pollurd . 0.410 make a fool of him. The last fight of the convention Miss Jennie Swone . 0.045 was the election of John C. C. Mayo Danville Miss Klizubcth Vermillion .10.000 of Johnson county 11 national comLebanon Junction mitteeman for Kentucky. Col. l"iey Mrs Dick Hamilton . 0.700 Woodon, of Owensboro, who hns Burnln. held this post with distinction for Miss Margaret. Gcutrv . 1.490 1(1 vears was decisively beaten when Perrvvillp. . he cnivicd his election to the stntc Miss Louise Green 1.030 convention. As the general thing Judson the national committeeimiu is elected Miss Minnie Ilnv . 2.005 Seeing to the national convention. Liberty Miss Aria Weslov .22.275 tint the big minority of the deleMiss Ollie PJiillins . 1.000 gates chosen in the district conven10.(185 tions weie against him. Mr. Woodson .Miss Margaret Lee flrnbb hud the nerve to take his cne to Snainev. Kv. Me was .MisS Azile F.laiu 5.S70 the court of last icsort. . Parksvllle. beaten worse than James, and for Miss Fun Oierstrect 2.010 the reason that ho was willing to Miss Mae Cozatt 10.020 mako common cause with the disLottie Westerfield ... . 3.030 ci edited Louisville gang. Mayo, is Mvrtlc Drown . 2.J70 one of the group of capitalists of Hi.ill. Kv. Aliss Maiv Lear ..2.315 eastern Kentuckp who put up the monev to finance Gov. McCrcnrv's Flatwood Miss Mvitle Coimnev . 1.070 campaign lot fall after the democratic leaders had declined to accent OLDEST MAN IN STATE funds from the coiporutions and others with selfish iatciots to 'Uncle Wash" Brown of the West servo who are generally mighty glad to contribute, and thus secure imEnd Dies at 106 Years. munity from sufficient taxation, anil other special privileges. Muvo Hustonville, May 30. asks nothing of tho puitv for his 'Tilde Wash" Drown, undoubted- generosity, and was not even an ly the oldest mini iu Kentucky, passncihe candidate tor the committee-maiihhicurly this ed nwii) iu Covington Those who knew what he week, at the age of 100 years. Mad had ildiici and realized the unselfishhe lived two weeks longer he would ness of his inteicsts iu its welfare hae been 107 years old. He has and siiccesi., felt that such an made his home for some time with honorary place as the National his daughter in Covington. was nil too little a Me took to his bed several months recognition t 'i' splendid sen ice. ago, ami, without pain, fever, or Muvo is iu polhici. for the loe of it, derangement of his vital or- and love of his paity. Mis immense gans, sank slowly to the bed. wealth nf finds him the opportunity Mr. Itrown was probably the to nssit in the piiity's cause, and man iu tho section of the has enabled the leaders to miiko its country in which he lived. Ho had fights along dean line- -, and without always taken a keen interest iu all (he usual subserviency to tho big matters relating to tho upbuilding of corporate interests, tho whisky inthe community, and had amassed a terests and others which so often considerable fortune. cVminnte imrtv policies and its Two children of his first marriage actions. The more men like John Mrs. C. M. Murciim, of LouisviU.e C. C. Muvo, Kufus VanSant, Johnand Sidney M. Drown, of Lincoln, son N. Camden, Justus Goebel, and Mis first wife was their friends mid associates that the survive him. Miss Klizubcth Shurpe, of Lexing- democratic party of Kentucky can ton. As n result of his second mar- enlist in the leadership, the better riage with Mrs. Martha Devcis three for the paitv and the people of tho Thev nre Mrs. state. children survive. Ellis, Hustonville; Mardln Mr. Wi6h complete control of every Frank True. Covington, nnd Albert feature of the convention in their Drown, of Hustonville,. hand4, the friends of McCrearv The funeral services were nt the were not inclined to "rub things in" Fnmilv residence in Hustonville. The upon the vunnuishrd, and in the buiial was in the family cemetery. m.ikcun of the de!egntion-nt-lai- v Gilbert's Creek. Miss Kmtna Unltzcluw ... . l.SoO 11.080 5.810 As was predicted bv Gov. and his friends, they com- .... ... It-- .... from the stato to the national con put on tho most prominent of the loaders of the opposition, at the same time, however, confining recognition to thoo whoso fight had been iu the open and along clean lines. Kight delegates were chosen. MeCrenry, Gov. Dcckham. John C. C. Mayo, Senator Ollie M. James, Congressmen Den Johnson. A. O. Stnnlev. Judge Allio W. Young. nnd Justus Goebel. The alternated weie Walter L. Markins . of Floyd county Col. A. D. Martin, of Frankfort, Judge II. W. Drndburn, of Dowling Gren. Judge M. M. Hedwine. of Elliott county, Senator N. W. Utlev, of Lyon county, Herman Southnll, of Christian county, and Senator J. A. Donaldson, of Clurroll county. Electors for the state at large are Hon. Itobert Hording of Danville, nnd II. V. McChosncy, of Frankfort, with If. M. Meredith, and Charles Montgomery, of Casey, as assistants, this last being a very decided recognition for the prominent voting of Lincoln's neighbor democrat county. Honors nt the Eighth district con vention, held on Wednesday morning, before the convening of the state bodv were vcrv caunllv scat-(eie- d ocr the counties of this district. A delightful desire for harmony nnd good will prevniled, and while eich county could not get all she wanted, in everv instance, n fraternal spirit of give and take prevailed and the appointments seemed The to give general satisfaction. Eiflitli District convention selections were: Chairman John W. Welch, of Jessamine. Pickets, of Seryetorv T. II. Madison. Delegates National Convention Dr. W. It. Day, of Shelbv. Col. R. R. Lvnns, of Doyle. Alternates Dr. C. W. Kavanaugli Anderson county, R. M. Hunter, Jessamine county. Member State Central Committee Rodman W. Kecnon, Mercer counvention, (. and Col. John II. Whallcu. Mayor Head, who hail a large part iu the mnuat'ement of the fight for James and Stevenson, seems to be just about ns consistent in picking loers as IJilly Kaltenbachcr, who writes polities on'tlie Louisville Times. John W. Flowers, chairman of the Adnir county Democrntio committee., hntl been Blated fdr a district place of honor, as the Eighth district democrats coined especially anxious to prove the cordiality of their welcome to their brothers of the two counties which hud just been rescued ftom darkness. Mr. Flowers is an out and out MeCrenry man and made no bones of saying so. Attorney Gcneial James Garnett, also of the Adair delegation said, however, that he was the man from Adair, who had been selected by the Adnir democrats for the place in the district organization, nnd this slight tangle cut out Adnir from recognition in the district organization Goniett has' been pluving his hand in n political way, along lines which did not seem to indicate that he was for McCreary and his friends, ami 'the latter naturally felt Hint they had no special call to throw anything his way. It was 0 fight all through the convention when it was up to democrats to show their colors and let it be known where they stood. Those who are on tho fence or were trving to "plav both ends against the, middle" generally got left, when it came to n show down. CASEY DEMOCRATS HUSTONVILLE TO GET ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT Plant to Generate the "Juice" To Installed at Roller MillsA Fine Move. Hustonville. Mnv 30th. ie At last our citv U to' bo illuminat ed by electric lights'. The electricity will be had from the Hustonville Roller Mills nnd we can state for n fact that the lights will be in by middle of July. Mr. R. A. Lipps will be nt the head of this comnntiv and that is enough guarantee that it will be a success. NntumUy everyone wants to patronize homo in dustry. so see Mr. Lipps nl TiByanii make arrangements for lights to be put in jour home. Mrs. Elins Kidd, of Liberty, and Mrs. Carlton Elkin, of Lancaster, were in this city Wednesday. Mr. Clinton Dastin has purchased the automobile owned by Dr. Williams. Misses Wesley, Ilelle, Cundtff and Mr. Cundiff, of Liberty, motored to this city Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wheeler, Misses Dello Rog, Corn ST. Goodc. George, D. Weatherford, attended the Knight Temnlar reception nt and Mr. Surles nnd Miss June Orrostcad, went to Dix river fishing iveunesany. Mrs. Jack Davis, of Danville, visited her sister, Mrs. James Yowell lust week. Among thoso who atteoded the C. W. D. M. convention at Somerset last week were: Rev. Willis, Robert Derry, June Hooker, Minnie B. Robinson and Misses Jessie Powell, Helen Hooker, Angio Carpenter, 'Mrs. James Carpenter, nnd Master John Mocker. Mrs. Joseph McKeown and sons, left Friday for their home in LouisMes-dames Danville Tuedny evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Tnte nnd Rev. i. Practically I. J.'s Solid For Middleburq Helm, Says Reporter ty. Member H-- .... tee J. Norton Fitch, Jessamine county. Elector IL H. Tomlinson, Garrard countv. Assistant Elector W. M. Thompson, Spencer county. Vice President State flonvcnUon Chnrley Montgomery. Casey coun- Credentials Shelton ,M. Snufley, county. Permanent Organization Joe R. Mount, Garrard. Resolutions Judge S. K. Baird, Spencer county. Congressman Harvey Helm paid n high tribute to the valiant democracy of Adair nnd Casey counties, in nominating Mr. Montgomery for Vice Iresideiit of the convention, and made ninny new friends among the democrats of the Eighth district during the convention. The Interior Journnl is satisfied that there is not the slightest doubt of the of Mr. Helm. He has the voters of the party with him, and he is eiliiiu to win a gieul ietory. Mr. Helm fought with the friends of Gov. MeCrenry and the administration throughout the whole contest, both before the convention and during it, and men who nre devoted to his cause played no smnll part in magnificent icsiilt which was achieved. Theie can positively ba no basis for any factional fight against him. Hit stood liko a solid rock democrats of the Eighth in the fight for-- supremacy of the best elcient of the party ulid the stand ho took might to commend itself to the thinking members of tho party in tho district, as it undoubtedly will. Helm is a certain winner. Put that in your pipe and smoke it. Inteiest in the nresidcntiiil race secondary was and instructions Limit of the convention. Editor Hen ry Wnttei'Miy, ot the Courier-Journa- l, said in his paper 11 week or so ago that the first thing to 1I0 was to reorganize the party in Kentucky and put his friends in control, and then instruct Kentucky's delegates to Daltimore for Champ Clink. The convention took him at his word, part of the way, at least. It reorganised tho puity, putting tho control oen stronger than before into the bauds of Gov. MeCrenry, Gov. Iteckham and their friends, and nf-tthat was intelligently and satisfactorily performed, it instructed for fluimp Clark, Kentucky's native son. Considering the character of warfare Mr. Watterson hits been waging for the past couple of mouths against Gov. MeCrenry and his administration, there wnsit't the slightest elinnve of him being sent as a delegate nt large (o Dnlthnoie. Even district in selecting the Louisville its delegates tool; into consideration how completely out of place and hnrmonv he would lo with the situitlion ns it developed, nnd did Louisville's two not name him. votes will h cast bv three, delegates, Col. W. H. Haldman, of the Louisville Times, Muvor W. 0. Head Lincoln 11 er State Executive Commit- ty. Middleburg, May 30. I have made it a point to acquaint myself somewhat with the race for in this county, and Congress I am of the opinion that Harvey Helm wilt poll 05 per cent, of the democratic vote in the August primary, la fact I have yet to find a man that is not for him. The Sullivan star chamber caucus in the city of Louisville, has somewhat of a Watterson-Whulle- n smell about it, and will lose the Madison man n few votes here, and pel haps elsewhere, ns it should. Farmers have been making hay while the sun shines, and as n consequence most of the corn crop has been planted. A mare belonging to J. C. Coulter became tangled in the harness, while plowing one day last week, and fell over a bluff nearby and broke her neck. Mr. Coulter had just paid $100 for her. Mrs. Robert McAninch left Tuesday for Louisville to visit her son, II. II. McAninch, who is holding n fine position with Robertson, Norton & Co. ville. Miss Amu .... .... , ...... .... Miss Ruby Lee Fogle and Minnie Shannon, attended the Hoiichin opening at Elixir Springs Saturday. Rev. C. T. Clnuncli went to Har- rodsbiirg Tuesday. Mrs. Fannie Carter, of Durnside, visited her sister, Mrs. William Wheat, last week. Miss Ruby Leo Fogle has returned from her school nt Jcllieo. Attorney, T. J. Hill nnd Jns. Carter, of Stanford, were hero Friday. Mr. Hill was employed by Mrs. D. P. Adams iu nn attachment suit, and cai'ie down to attend magistrate's court. Mr. Carter and the writer weie chums, nway back when we were much younger than now. Jim was always 11 jolly good sort of fellow and we were sorry to learn thnt his health is somewhat broken down. AUTO ACCIDENT Limb of Tree Lifts Too off Barker nnd Blanche Barnette and Mr, Ore Barnette attended the musical at Stanford last Thursday evening. Mrs. David Newbern is visiting Miss Georgia Newbern nt Knoxville. Messrs. C. W. Adams, J. B. Rout, E. S. Powell nnd J. B. Riffe, went to Dix river Thursday fishim? and caught one great big sun perch. Next. Mrs. Sandy Carnenter visited friends nt Moreland Friday. Miss Belden, of Liberty, visited Mr. George Bradley last week. .Miss Maggie Stagg of Stanford. visited Mrs. William Riffe last week. Miss Mnyme ancey left for her home nt Maysliek, Monday. Mrs. W. J. Campbell has returned from a visit to relatives up in Indiana. Miss Anna Floyd visited relatives at Somerset last week. Miss Florence Sprugeus nnd Mr. Henry Spragens .were here for a short time Friday. Mis. F. F. Sandidge and attractive daughter, Mis Lena Sandidge, weie hero Thursday snapping. Miss Currio Cunningham and Mrs. Jones Baughman attended church here Sunday morning. .Miss Helen Murphy, of Liverpool, Ohio, is the attractive guest of Miss m p. nt bost-kiio- Cash's Machine. James N. Cash, the well known fanner of the Turners ville section, hud vcrv narrow escape from seri ous iiutirv in ail accident to Ins automobile while drhiug into town 011 the Hustonville pike cnilv in the week, lie attempted to make n short turn in tho road to avoid u large tree which stands nenr the edge of the pike, close to tho goto near the farm of Forcsttts Reid. As he circled the tree, he failed to make a wide enough detour, and an over hanging branch of tho tree, became liuui' in the ton of the car. pulling it off the trucks. Mr. Cash and n rcgio who was riding with him weio thrown out. and the latter "uite badly hurt. Mr. Cash wus shaken nn but not vcrv batllv hurt. Tho engine and trucks of tho auto, ru'ii wild for rmitfl a distance, tearing down several palings of fence for Mr. George W. Cniter. before it finally look a. header and came to a ston. The, auto can be icnaiivj without much trouble, it is believed. 11 J. N Dr. J. T. R. Neal. Prop., Riverside Drug Co., Greenville, S. C, writes recently, "I have been, a practicing physician nnd druggist "for Qver 35 years and have sold nnd administered many kidney medicine? Foey equal to none but Kidney Pills. They are superior to anv I ever used and give the qulckf est permanent relief." Shugars nnd Jason Wesley and son, of Libert , visited Mr. and Mr. Lucira Young of this city Sulutduv News came Sunday of the deaM of Mr. Wash Brown, at Covington. Mr. Drown was one of tho oldest men around here and lived hero until three years ago. 1IU remains weie brought here Monday for burial. ed Mr. R. M. 'Hate to Somerset Monday by of ins lather. Harry Camnitz, who is playing with Lexington base ball dub came down Sntutdny to bo with tho homn ffdks. He is winning nearly all his gnmes. Rev, and Mrs. Surles and beautiful little daughter and Miss Juno for Louis- Omistend left Monday bille, for a few days' visit to rela tives tltore. Mrs. Mnrv Logan nnd Mr. Boyd Weatherford who spent the in the south returned Sunday, Among tlie young people who attended the opening nt Elixir Springs were: Misses Hanson, Lulu and Sti-dEnds. Eliza Route. Miss Ada Alcorn. Miss Jts.se and Jean McKech-ni- e, of Hubble. Rose and Margaret MeCormuck. 1'linbetli Given, Mis Jennie Pepples. of Stanford. Mis 4 Ada Wesley, Mles Belle, Smith nnd Cundiff. of Liberty nnd Messr. Julltu Mejvinney. Jess Hcrrin, Cline. ton Dastin. Joe Route, Hugh Curlisle Myers, Logan Hub ble, of Stanford. Sylvester Newton, Leslie Sloan, of Hubble. Jim IlarriV of Hubble. Dallas Rue. Rod Weule". Roger Hicks, James Hall, and Mr, and Mrs. Jim Powell and Mr. was-calls io Sti"-didc- Orplm Dcnham. Mr. and Mrs. , Tinner. McKinney. 0, '"-- si- rtt ",Qi8uai lo rwol eUt ot lonj L-- . w. THE STANFORD INTEHIOH JOURNAL, STANFOBP, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. MAY 31. 1912 Die LfiERioR wm Journal 1173 T. iti EtUlUAti 8HELTOK M. MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S ODD PANTS And now, while our stock is new, get your pick. Blues, Serges, Greys, SAUFLEY.. TfoprltUf $1 A YEAH STIUCTLT lit at ADVANCE Thi Circular Staircase part of tk regular dial U Dy-- MEN'S Entirti ( tittni tUn thi ptittlfti mcil matttr. Sfnfiri POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. tnnirancttnr&ti Id Ihli (olonn for effitf. inbjfct lo lh oi the democrHie prlratj; Th ars of findiditei "Ho" It hifhljr concentrated nutritW qualities repair watte and create physical rc$Utance fatter tnan dUeata can 6tilroy.J AD DraciW. SXI & ttomnt Wuomfttld N J IMI Scotfs Emulsion Marr Rriirti Rlitriarl HATS 3 Co.) c llltttrtlloM fcf COL. T. CHINK, of 3. A. BULUVAN, of iUdnen J. Fir CmtTtii fkf Wtltors Uttft PROF. BREEDING (Csprrlghl, For Commonwealth's Attorney EMMETT PURYEAR, OF BOYLE. W. 8. BURCH, OP LINCOLN. Fir Skiri M. B. BAVOHMAN B. W. 0IVE.N8 May Not Head Junction City School Next Term Rearet at News " "' IK, by Bebba-sUrrU- l CHAPTER X. i Browns, Plaids, and White Flannels and White Serges. J. 0. WEATHF.RFORD. T. J. MILL Fir C.vnlv JviI 1. A. KICE M. r. NORTH For Circuit Gtrk J, D. WEAKEN 3. T. HOLIJAM Fir Jnlir We have anything you can use in the work pant line. rat llET rETTON TAIIRIBH OEOKOE DEBOKDE DINK FABMEB WILLIAM W. 11. HESTER A. CAKSON Fir P. h. BECK. B. M. OWENS K infer Mso"Pmchecks"in the "Sweet II. BRO.VAU0.1 T. 0. SANDIDOE Orr" for the warm days. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky. Fur ilagittnti 3. T. K0BERT8 WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EADS JOSEMI L. QOODE J. II. BOONE. LIGHTNING HITS DYNAMo" Minlnn Comoanv V SPRING SUITING My new spring and summer samplants, Grape Vines, ples are now ready for your inspecStrawberry Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, tion. They comprise the best on and Phlox. Everything for Orchard the market. I can suit anyone as to and Lawn, Garden. Free Catalogue. price who had his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure No Agents. is preferable to ready made clothes. To have them made to measure H. F. HHlenmeyer & Sons, doesn't cost any more than ready Ky. Lexington, made when quality and fit ia con sidered. Come in and let me take your measure. H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES' of Coleman at Carv. and Tears uo Thinos. Liehtninc struck the lnrce nower v rjlant of the Coleman Mininir at Carv. Bell conntv. durinc a terrific storm earlv in the week, and did about $1,000 dnmaee to bir General Manaeer C. R. Coleman has written to local friends of the accident, which was totally unexpected a the lari.'. dvnniuo was mouclcd tho'icht to be nerfectlv bv lichtninc nrresters. As it was. the bolt is said to have "come in' tbrouch the door of the uowerhom . and struck the biir motor ot nu At first it was nnale. thoueht that the dnmaee wouM bs so hearv thut the mininz oiratin& niieht hnve to be fc'iuc down. A enreful examination bv extorts from Gbsensro. however, fallowed that It will not take lonir to repair the delicate machinery, nnd there will be It is no anDreciable loss of time. thought that the insurance will about There are cover Uie loss sustained. several local stockholders in this minim: comoanv in addition to Jlr. Coleman, nnd all have watched its splendid srrowth with much intertst. Com-Dano. J.L.Beazley&Co gi7ry'& ISKSh1sssS33NRl Junction City, May 30. Prof. Howard Breeding and Missc? Agnes nnd Louise Green have gone to their respective homes in 1'erry-vill- e and it is said that none of the trio will tench in the school at thw place another yenr. A petition was gotten up the first of the week nnd nsking tne signed, numerously school trustees to retnin these excellent instructors, but to no avail, as it is said that each will seek a different field for teaching this fall. Miss Lucy Hnnkla is in Parks-villwhere she is the guest of Misses Myrtle and Clco Brown. Mrs. Mamie Dennw has returned from Paris and will likely make her home here in the future. Miss Nancy Green, who hns been the guest of Ruth McCollum during commencement, has returned to her home in Perryville. Mis Sallie Dunn hns returned from Somerset and again is in the rrJllinery shop of her mint, Mrs. Mnry D. Burke. Mrs. Orville Buck hns returned from Miffchellsburg. where she was the guest of Mrs. James Briscoe. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Cntron nnd Mrs. G. D. McCollum have returned from Pnrksville where they witnessed the decoration of graves. Burglars were so rude as to break into the cellar of Mr. G. A. Dunn on Sunday everting, making themselves richer by several jars of preserves. Mr. and Mrs. William Trosper, Mr. and Mrs. X. A. Reynolds. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Steele nnd daughters, Mies Mary nnd Ada, nre in Pnri nttending the Knight Templar Conclave Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Richardson nre moving to Moreland where the d will in future have charge of the plant of the Standard e, first-name- The Traders' Bank. The morning after Haliej's return was Tuciday. Arnold Armstrong had been found dead at the foot of the circular staircase at three o'clock on Sunday morning. The funeral servicer were to be held on Tuesday, and the interment of the body wai to be deferred until the Armstrong,! arrived from California. No one, I think, wat very sorry that Arnold Armstrong was dead, but the manner of bis death aroused some sympathy and an enormous amount of curiosity. Mrs. Ogden rttzhugh, a cousin, took charge of the arrangements, and everything, I believe, was as quiet as possible. I gave Thomas Johnson and Mrs. watson permission to go Into town to pay their last respects to the dead man, but for tome reason they did not care to go. Every man wears a hat; not all wear the same quality nor the same style. Yet every one buys to suit himself, so we try io select hats to suit you all. PANAMAS in full and urn shape at $5.00. ' nicdi- - YACHTS for young men at $1.50, $2.50, $3 and $4. JOHNB. STETSON. Need we say any more? Can we make it any stronger than lo say STETSONS in full shape,black and light colors, C 8 to 7 8 in size, price $3.50, $4 and $5 7-5-- Halsey spent part ot the day with Mr. Jamlesun, but he said nothing of what happened. He looked grave and anxious, and he had a long conversation with Gertrude late In the afternoon. Tuesday evening found us quiet, with the quiet that precedes an ex plosion. Gertrude and Halsey were both gloomy and distraught, and as Llddy had already discovered that some of the china was broken It Is Impossible to have any secrets from an old servant I was not in a pleas ant humor myself. Warner brought up the afternoon mail and the even ing papers at seven I was curious to know what the papers said ot the murder. We had turned away at least a dozen reporters. Hut I read over across the head-linthat ran half-wathe top of the Gazette twice before I e Stetson's stiff hats and young men's soft hats in many colors and as many styles, all at $4. These are the VERY newest things he makes. how Full hapes, black and light colors, at $1 to $2.50. In the young men's styles and colors we have them at $1.50, $2 and $3. A hat to suit every man. In cheaper grades, we comprehended the Chronicle fixedly. It. Halsey had opened and was staring at It ooooooooooooooooool "The Traders bank closes its doors!" was what I read, and then' I put down the paper and looked across the table. ! "Did you know of thle?" I Halsey. "I expected it. But not so Boon," he replied. "And you?" to Gertrude. Ger"Jack told us something," trude said faintly. "Oh, Halsey, what can he do now?" "Jack!" I said scornfully. "Tour Jack's flight Is easy enough to explain now. And you helped him, both of you, to get away! You get that from your mother: It isn't an Innes trait. Do you know that every dollar you have, both ot you, Is in that bank?" Gertrude tried to speak, but Hahey stopped her. "That Isn't all, Gertrude," he said H. J: McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky Oil Co. fwm See Us Before 'Buying Your Spring Goods Have nice Selection of Druggets, Mattings, Carpets, Lace Curtains, etc. The Correct Styles in Millinery. Come and see our Stock and be convinced. G, B, AND EM. UNDERTAKERS DEALALSO BALMERS. ER IN FURNITURE, RUGS. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE MAT-TING- OT, IIDBBin ST Corsets You can make no mistake; in buying Corset, price $1, $1.50 and $2. Also a full line of a Warner's Rust-Pro- of te American Beauty Corsets, prices $1 to $3.50. . Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. " Brodhead. Miss Ella Belle Newlnnd is visiting in Mt. Vernon. Mesdames Emma Wilmott and John Robbins, who have been ill, are able to be out. Misses Grace McCall, Fannie nnd Sallie Brown, were in Maretburg Siuiday. Mrs. Daisy Hunt was here first of the week making preparations to move to Crab Orchard. We regret to give up Mrs. Hunt. Hon Ben Pike is in Cincinnati, this week on business. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Christie are rejoicing, over the arrival of a girl. Homer and Egbert Tallin were over from Danville first of the week. Lngnn Stnrmes of London, is here with his father, Ike Storraes. Ray Crawford attended 'the commencement exercises Monday night in Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Albert Albright nnd children of Lebanon Junction, are with relatives here. Henry Brooks nnd Nute Marian were at home Sunday from Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tate and Mr. Jim Owens nnd Albert Hiatt were in Mt. Vernon first of the week. Walter Robbins made his weekly trip to It. Vernon Monday ni'ht. Mrs. Jop McCall spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Alice Albright. Etta Frith returned home Sunday from n several weeks' visit to Danville and Stanford, and is now visiting in .lt. Vernon. Joe Carter leaves Saturday morning Elmer Singleton, n painter of this city, while working in Moreland, fell from- a step ladder three feet high and broke his left arm. The supposition is that if he had fallen from a ladder six feet in height he would have broken his neck. Mrs. W. T. Richardson is able to to be up after having been ill during commencement. Mr. Everett Owens, of Earlington, is viitin; his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Owens. Mers. Robert nnd Ray Powers, of Perryville, were here between trains Wednesday. The first named tells us that he expects to go on the road for a , cigar factory located in Deuver, Pa. The C. N. O. & T. P. railway has laid off G section men here until June 1. The order took effect May - Cultivators Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators, ready for this Season. Try One 28. .Mr. Hubert Roberts, son of Mr. D. A. Roberts, nnd Miss Lena Hill, daughter of the late Charles Hill, eloped to Richmond Monday evening, where they were married on Tuesday. Their ages are 18 nnd 10, iBsSli " for "Shelbyville. White Shoes and Oxfords This will be a great season for white footwear, and we are prepared to meet your wants with a full line of Ladies', Misses and Children's high and low shoes. Mrs. Malinda Honk, of Mt. Verof Mrs. II, L. non, is the guest Don't miss the show next week. Tharpe. comes likrhlv recommended. respectively. Misses Annie nnd Sadie Cosby went to Danville Wednesduy afternoon, going there with an idea of doing some shopping. Mr. and Mrs. G. Z. Faulconer, of Lexington, nre visiting the latter's sister, Mrs. K. B. Sweeney. Mr. N. R. Sinkhorn, of Shelby City, who was accidentally wounded by n load of shot from a gun on Jnnunry 11th, tells us that the wound has never entirely healed. Messrs. Willinui McGraw nnd Marshall McCollum have, arrived at home after weighing mail for 105 dnys on the C. N. O. & T. P. railway. Neither missed a day n't his work nnd their friends nre justly proud nt the excellent record made by these young men. It A Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation W. E. PERKINS T Crib Orchard, Ky. Although thee may dlipute It who have not tried It, yet thousands of others, who apeak from personal experience, assert that there Is a permanent cure for chronic constipation. Home testify they were cured as Jlttla as nfty cents, years aeo, for that the and trouble never came back on them, whllo others admit they took several bottles before a steady cure was brought about. The remedy referred to la Dr. Cald well's Bvrup I'epsln. It has been on the market for over a quarter of a century and has been popularized on Its merits, by one person telling another. The fact that its stromtest supporters are women and elderly people the ones most persistently constipated makes It certain that the claims regarding It as a permanent cure for constipation have not been exaggerated. It Is not violent Ilka cathartlo nllla Miu or .waters, but 'operates gently, without griping and without shock to the system. It contains tonic properties that strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that In time medicines of all kinds can be dispensed with and nature is again solely relied on. Among the legions who testify to these facts are J. P. Blankenshlp, Sharon, Term., and Ileulah L. Rogers, Kosmosdale, Ky., and they always have a bottle of It In the house, for It Is a reliable laxative for all Crawford' Comedians are hero the family from Infancy to old age. for a stnv of one week, commencing Anyone wishing to make a trial of this Thev come with the best remedy before buvlnr it In the regular Mondnv. way of a druggist at fifty cents or onu of recommendations. The Echo of dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home London, eavs "One of the best shows free of charge by simply addressing Vr. ever seen here. A fine band and gn wasmngion i-w. u. uajaweii, Uontlcello. 111. Tour and address I orchestra. The Italian haru is a on a postal cajrd will dfi. treat to the lovers of music." quietly: "Jack Is under arrest." "Under arrest!" Gertrude screamed, and tore the paper out ot his hand. Ebe glanced at the heading, then she crumpled the newspaper Into a ball and flung It to the floor. While Halsey, looking stricken and white, was trying to smooth It out nnd read it, Gertrude had dropped her head on the table and was sobbing stormily. I have the clipping somewhere, but Just now I can remember pnly the essentials. On the afternoon before, Monday, while the Traders' bank was In the rush of closing hour, between two and three, Mr. Jacob Trautman, president ot the Pearl Brewing Company, came Into the bank to lift a loan. Aa security for the loan he had deposited some 300 International Steamship Company B's, In total value $300,000. Mr. Trautman went to the loan clerk, and, after certain formalities had been gone through, the loan clerk went to the vault Mr Trautman, who was a large and genial German, waited for a time, whistling under his breath. The loan clerk did not come back. After an interval, Mr. Trautman saw the loan clerk emerge from the vault and go to the assistant cashier; the two went hurriedly to the vault. A lapse of another ten minutes, and the assistant cashier came out and approached Mr. Trautman. He wag noticeably white and trembling. Mr. Trautman was told that through an oversight the bonds bad been misplaced, and was asked to return the fpllowlng morning, when everything would be made all right Mr Trautman, however, was a shrewd business man, and he did not like the appearance ot things. He left the bank apparently satisfied, and within 30 minutes he bad called ud three different members of the Trad' era' board of directors. At 3:30 there was a hastily convened board meeting, with some stormy scenes, and late in tbo afternoon a national bank exam luur wiia lu possession of the books. The bank bad not opened for business Tuesday. (Continued Next Week) We have the Oliver and W.H.Higgins It is the plcabiml duty Feel at Home o bank to make people feel transact business. To that end every eo employes are m situnU-tention without unnceess With unlimited fnciliti business, nnd at the tau tention, we invito the no nig facilities. f every officer and at home when employe of this they come here to nvenience is provided; officers nnd y that patrons may receive their delay. es for handling a lai-jrvolume of e time giving patrons the best of of those who require bank- nt-ar- Thi Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Capital $100,000.00. Surplus $100,100.00. Resources $500,000 Corner Next to Court House you will open an account with a strong, progressive Bank that will protect your interests. Why not commence that account with us today? Organized 1882 Some Day $50,000; Surplus $25,000 Capital First National Bank STANFORD. KY, ubi ij3ai54iWL t. T "W 1 " ?TSR THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. MAY 31. 1912 Mrs. W. 0, Fish who has been visiting her son W. S. Fish has returned Miss Annie Johnson has returned tj her home at Paint Lick. Mutt flonilln 11. Illli ,.f Iflll ll in1" .. ........ Wo.l.l II, We have had seventy years home after n visit to relatives nt nril. .. "Dent Thuisdnv withv .Mrs.ri.l... BesMcKinncy. sie .McKinncv. of experience with Aycrs Littleton Wnrren is visiting his Mrs. J, J. Dickev is attending the Cherry Mstcr, Mrs. C. F, Gnrnctt at Crnb Mate federation of Women's Club, which meets t Mammoth Cave. makes us have great confi- Orchard. .Mrs. walker .MuWIurtcr. of Rich- Mr. J. L. Murphy nnd children, of dence in it for coughs, colds, Illilllll IlliM fiihlfnuil n linnin bronchitis, weak throats, and Frankfort, nre vIMtiug Mrs. V. L. visit to Mrs. Huff Duddcrar. nt Ma. ram R. Uxnrno, of Tand!.. N S- - writes t "I Uk I Muriiiiy nnd family. rat I t.Jraijra In Titln u mi as rreantt mr raa and Its In PerUrr-N- r Rowland. I I L weak lungs. We want you I was taken lth Typhmd Ftrrr. which put ma tor. drradful Mr. 1 1. C. Anderson was in LouisIn a 1 aa trralr, r doira, nertwa and mt mluerd to a mrrt s. to have confidence in it, as ville several days this week on to her home in Louisville, alter u rktlilm. I lad tried moat TrTthlr I could rrt but nothln did rre any axnd tntll, at la.t, I vaa adrlted to try Dr. Merre's Golden Medical welL Ask your own doctor visit 10 ner uarciits. .Mr. and .Mrs. and i'leaaant I'elleta.' which I did. llefore I had uaed one JhKwery, I saw Miss Minnie Rupley has returned Win. when I treatment ltu month,, a creat Improvement and 'I'leaaanthrfl uaed thlareturned to what experience he has had home from St. Augustine, Kin., where -Mr. Murnhv. two unit -Mri Tl....u Vlll..., uilnrcnlyafew ylaliof I'elleta.' 1 " ' no .iuilt:illl. neaun. i rannot nna worua to eanreas my thaakrajneaa ror He knows. Keep she has been teaching. of Louisville, ore visiting Mr. and with thla wonderful medlrlna. I a1vl. all .iin.rr ,n mr4M it v F. R. lltrmo, EJ. Mrs. J. ('. McC'lurv and other rela1'Jcrce, aa ha cures when others fail." Miss Virginia lleazley, of Lancasin dose touch with him. tives here. ter, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Will Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Cnrncnter. of One of AVer's Pills it bedtime will csusa Fresh ear lime in barrels nt W. II. arc receiving thp Mis Comic MeClure, of Ocean ta Incmitd flow of bile and produce a llavs. Ilettic I'axton returned home HiiNtoiiviUc. of their , Mi-.- , 43-- 1 Mis triends unnn the Higgins wan the tnmd of hongentle laxttlre effect tbe dijr following, Cm trvl, Sha It to yuu Wednesday crn'nig after n lengthy iirnvn! nf n cvrrrt !if!a irrlif i...m..1 oft itli or and the bridegroom enteied ronauia dauuliter in their home. doctor. He will understand ( flinc. visit to friends in Louisville. Prof. Williiim Martin will address the best mnn, Mr. Vnn Eastland, of JV11S4 .Miircnrut Kliiiiriifu .f tK..1. Dote, one pill at bedtime, utt one. Chattanooga. The parlor wan beauMifS Clara Collier has returned mond. has Ska . O. ATSB CO, UrwU. Maaa. returned home . ... nl fanners at court home Saturday Mad. home .ifler a visit to Misses Snllie .i .it, !... I . I. . .vir. ... after s. afternoon. June 1 at 2 o'clock. tifully decorated in pink peonies nnd hci urouier. 1. vv. iv. mila.x, and the house wan lighted nnd Marv Ilurdette. Master W. K. Sliuars returnSOCIAL and PERSONAL J. W. Acev hns boitcht a Ford auto with pink and white candles. The Mrs. J. F. Holdam nnd Miss Mollie ed home with her to reuinin several from W. E. (Hover and went to wedding march was played by Mrs. ltnxik- -, of Crnb Orchard, were here davs. Louisvillo this week to bririir it home Bromley on the violin. Miss Olive Iou Hooker, cntne down a Kliort time Thursday. Mis SHORT LOCAL NEWS Mrs. V A. Itlnin Frank, of Louisville, sang a sold ill lenvcsSntur-dn- y Iluttonville, Tuesday nml nent from Crawford's Comedians' ball team very appropriately. The bride was for Krankfnrt to sec Miss Annie with Mr. 0. II. Cojer. the ! bv the Don't forget the ice cream nnd was defeated n corc Lnastcr 1. team charming in n handsome tan coat this weel: bv of 5 to Mr. .Mnry Strnuli bin returned Lewis Gentry grndunte. strawberry supper to be given in the Mr. Jamie Carpenter and Hum-sid- e suit with hat to match and carried a from n vixit to her brother, Mr. I'. Bro'thtThood will botmet of white carnations nnd lilies Huffman, of Crnb Orchard, Baptist church jard by the ladies The II King at Morelnml. of that church toniuht. Admission meet at the church on Sunday June of the valley. The maid of honor were here a short time Tuesday. Mr. OeorK Ilnrri, of I.ancnitpr, P. M. Jnd at Dr. T. W. Pennington attended the 13 certs. was gowned in white embroidered here Tuesday f.ir n tdiort time, Kentii"kv State Dental A.sneiatLin Sunday services at the Bantist marquisette over white satin nnd a Just received straw hats for the (,n In way to Birmingham, Aln. in l.ouiille Monday, Tue-dn- y and little folks, Misses and bjys in nil ehurch. Itegiilnr worhhit) 1Q:45 A. large whrte hat. The little ribbon C. Fish, of I'nint Lick, is Wednesday. Mrs. bearers were her nieces, Misses t. M.. an.1 7:45 P. M. Morning kinds. Sain Robinson. here'' viMtinc her tvn, Mr. W. S. Mrs. Joan Ball, has returned io "The Christian's Pest Gift." Hamey, of Paint Lick and ikIiI nml family. Evening subject. Sunher home nt Lnncnster after a visit Thc operetta, "American Girl,, day school 9:30 "Benentnnce". P. U. Elizabeth Bright of this city. Her A. M.. B. Y. other 'little niece Lucille Bamsey, )f Mih Anna Wnrren hns accepted t her daughter, Mrs. Boliun Camp- thut wns given during commence- 0:30 P.M. 1 anenster, was the flower girl. Imthe ioition n8 bookkeeper nt J'en-ny- 's bell. ment week wns presented bv pupils mediately after the wedding they Mr. Emil Hess, of Cincinnati, sale of Misses Fettro and ilruu tor. Jnckon. in Crawford's Comedians enrrv a Mr. Jnek Hoirt ntiil Mis Elizabeth manager for the Snyers and Sco-vil- stead of Miss Ballou as was stated complete nnvilinn theatre and a line drove to Danville to take the train Co., paid their salesman Mr. in the rush of ent Tuetxlay nt Mr. WilIliemns of high class nlavs. Two band con- for an eas'tern wedding journey, afcommencement proter which they will return to Chntta-nnog- a George I). Wenren n visit Wednesliam' OoochV nt Goshen. gram", etc. It was a splendid testi ceits dailv. to make their home. Mrs Rninen, of flreenville, day. Mr. Charles mony to their good work. Misses Bettie McCnnn Perry and S. C. ban returned home after a vitt-- it Foreicn Mission Day at tbe Pres- Holloway formerly lived there and byterian church Sunday June 2. was very popular in social circles. Sophia Saunders have returned to hi MKtcr, Mrri. How en. Big Opening. Golden Dawn Bible at 0:30 A. Mr. Susan Yenjjer, left Thurdny home after a viit to Mrs. McDowell Springs will have big wpening Thurs- serviceschool 11 in which M. .Morning Mr. Holloway holds a lesponsible at the school position with the Southern railway. for Jyouiville, where she will visit in Danville. Young day afternoon nnd evening June Cth, will tmrticiitate. neoole's Mrs. Tom Shanks and grand- Ball game Jlrwff. R. Rice. meeting at 7 P. M. Evening service The out of town people who attendin afternoon between Mr, Alex Denny and Mn. Mnttie daughter, Margaret Shanks are visat 7:30 Subiect "John and the Gos-ti- ed the wedding were: Miss Holloand Middleburg. Big sup-e- r way, of Spring City, Tenn., Miss iting Mr. Kirby Bourne, at New f)upiin, of Lancaster, are here ot the Sou of God." also dance after 8 P. M. Good Wilson, of Chn'ttanooga, Miss Olive MiM Margaret and l'atiline (Vistle. mil-JEverybody invited. MarksbuTv. Frank, of Louisville. Mrs. J. P. Mi's Ethel Fettro has returned to. HocHer. Price Bourne sold two weanling Frank, Mr. nnd Mrs. John E. Frank. Mr. J. I). New land, f Lebanon her home at Fort Wayne, Ind. Miss There will be work in the Muster's mules to Vic Lear for $140. Nelse Messrs, Arthur nnd Allen Frank f .Itinetion, i vinitmc her sistir, Mrs. Fettro has made many friends here, uho regret very much to see her degree F. & A. M next regular Marsee bought an aced horse from Danville. Miss M. Russell, of DanIlowrn Goode. meeting night, Monday June 3, 191'-I- I. Mr. Turner for $70. ville. Mesdnmes Horace Herndon, of Crab leave. Mis Ophelia Laeley, Mr. Elmer Chestnut who hns been and Givens C. C'arpenlei, Seo'y. The International Sundny school Orchard, came down Saturday and mourned for dead the imst 12 years, Mis. Gray, Terrill, of Lancaster. Alconvention f.r Lincoln county will of llu'.hvillc, Ind., Mr. sient Sundny, wftb the Mis'-ehas been located in Oklahoma. Ho T. D. Kewlnnd can furnish you is the son of L. 1). Chestnut and left John Walker, of Point Lcavell, Mrs. be held in the Christian church of corn. Mrs. M. E. Fish and Monte Ki-- h Stanford on June fith nnd 7th. Din- fre-- h Strawberries every day by the home IS years ago hitving written, B. M. Lear, nnd Misses Alma nnd home once during the time, but he Mniy Lear, of Point Lick. through Saturday, on their ner will be to the delegates. quart or crate. uas keut uo in touch with the hfrie to visit her All nre cordially invited. way to Loninville See the special prizes on display news bv being a regular subscriber daughter, Mr. Reinhart. Mr- -. Henry Simp.on, nnd little to hit. home uaner. .Mr. Chestnut toMrs. II. II. Cnddell, of Lniicnter, daughter Elizabeth L.igan, of Lan- nt Penny's drug store. gether with his sister. Mrs. Chas. here Monday, on her wnv caster, cnne over Tuesday for a Uurdette. of Broken Arrow. Okla.. home, she had ben viMting lier niece few days' stay with hir Rev. II. F. Surles will celebrate aie exiiected in a short time to visit nethe liiend ot Ills old home. J. C. Lay nt Corliin. Her little who is wrth the Metropolitan Insur- his first anniversary as pastor of Jim Sutton sold phew, Carl Lay, Teturned Mtll her. ance to. the Hustonville Baptist church on U00 uound hogs at to Vic Lear eight 7 S cent. Mi-s- c Grace May Cochran. FlorMr. and Mrs. II. II. Hutchinson? Sunday. All of the members of the Miss Murgaret Jenkins hits returned ence Johnson and Mamie Monica, of Oucntoti, who have been visiting church nre cordially urged to be from a several days' stuv at Shelbv-vill- e who were here nttendini; commence- his with friends. Mrs. M. II. Snlin. are present. Key. J. ment eereies spent Friday "witli visiting her sister . .Malum, who Jin been Mr. Gravely at' tireucliing once u month lor the Mt. JI1.1 Allie Russell Fish. Jtrumlhcnd. There came to my plnce, n steer. Hebron church, accented a Mii- -r Mnrjrnret nnd Julia Owner can get same by describing, Mr- -. T. J. Goode and little call last Sunday extended if l.nncni.ter, have returned Mis Marguerite MeClure paying for keep and this notice. W. him liom the biime conni-iitiun- . Will home after a visit to Mcsdames C rab Orchard to vi-- it Mr. Mnliiin will resign the eare of L. Cordier, Stanford, Ky. left todav for and Mnrhall Stone. lelutives anil friend". tbe Ml. Jlebron church, vvheie he bus Ir, linorc", of Crab Orhcnrd, has Thrrr l mo Caurtb iu f lit. prrtkm fif tt ftfiirtf7 been nastor lor u vear. Mrs. William Adams nnd sweet fcii uji .Miss Kav Jeukuis ret' returned home, after n short wit little daiiL'hter. Yirinmii v"ve return- nun itAtpciiirr .upinimMn.i lu.ruitr. iu fur u.vrrtkt Irom In Their Own Pavilion Theatre to lw mtutxbtt. 1 to Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Price. Ili ed to their home nt Somer-et- . durlurt ironouarrl after juui, ynnlocal nmidus. aiu2 it a lural dvrav mtc Ciiifiimati where she bus been with br cuutaziiJr ZaLirj her little netihew. John Gallagher, daughter. Mrs. Lena LiviujMon, of n nlensant two weeks' visit to Mrs. to rure itii loral prtMiuutirvO it Uirurat) who is under a tihvsieian of that prutru Cinciiinnti, has nKo been the Kuc-- t Adniii- -' mother. Mrs. Sarah Davton icltrv tiA.thrrrfim (iunb to bt a wi.tltu1loi.al i a., and fti.titutiooal trratiufm ilnce lor suinal tiouble. He at McKinsrv. is much by I J Clirt..) Haul rvarth wr. of Dr. and Mrs. A. S. IViee. BAND AND ORCHESTRA. T'Mtlo. Ol.f n I. the rinij ctnatitutkral rure oc iimnuvcd. I 11 It 11 la lakcu iot4maiir he nirart lwi trim A sootier will be given b the laa trnr..inliiL It art. dlmtly ifi tie I.m.iC Irus. ml miv i. .iirlja of ihe ryt em Thy nr.i ctm dies ot the Pleasant Grove church ndrrj d' a 'ur a y fur it U.la to ruta. Su next Fndav evening. aa4 j: ir r ' MI1NKV Two voting "gentlemen" advertisCO ruleflo. OUta A.dtn -'f r.d I II r n.ttM.' ''",. 's ri tiri- ing a saloon at church nt Mt. Hela&tbron lust Sunday, in a runaway weru thrown from their buggv to the WCmS . TrriM Insure with the leadlnq com- ground. One of them was iniured. panies. Fish & Bromley represent The 1 tightened horse did considerable damage to two other vehicles on them. All lines. bide. tbc jo Years withCoughs Pectoral. Miss l'ntsy Klnnnlrd, uf LancasIs visiting Mi8 Lyle Cooper. Mrs. J. II, Miindny, of Rowland is with friends in Louisville. Miss Liccie Heozlcy Is her sister Mrs. I. C. Snndiilgc at ter Mr. and .Mrs. Jmiics Hubbard, of Morelnml. were the irucsts of Mr. and Mrs. James MeBce. Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Cocking and Mrs. J. T. IliUIer. of McKinncv. weic in town I ndnv. l'.l. This ... foodi In the illmenUrr canal pan ttiroatth the ,he h,ood' Thi Proccaa ii called abtorfition and takes place imall intettine. After absorption the blood carriea the food through the body, and each cell takea from the blood the fcod it needs. A pure Hbeerie extract made from bloodroot, mandrake, stone, queen's root and golden J!1' i""1 J0'"1 hy druMlits for the past forty eara under the name of Dr. Pierce's polden Medical Discovery. ives uniformly excellent results as a tonic to help in the assimilation of the food end In the absorption by the blood of the food it requires. Eradicate the poisons from the blood with this alterative extract which docs ntt shrink the white blood corpuscles, because containing no alcohol or oiner injurious Ingredients, lhus the body can be built cp strong lo resist disease. This is a tonic taken from Nature's garden that builds up those weakened by disease. Dr. I'ierce, founder of the Invalids' Hotel at Buffalo, N.V., has reoaived many letters similar to the following I Wl HOW BLOOD IS MADE. dilated iH!e lu',, """' in, from the ,nd he chiefly NO TAXES on Your Clothes And You Owe It To Yourself To Wear The Best. busi-liex- it inm i.V Sn-ings- 1 onu-L'ar- We carry a full line of them in All-Wo- ol Suits from $12ito$30- - sub-iec- Ar-no- lu le 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 than ever.-- Hus-tonvil- le el o. Cummins & Tearen Stanford, Kentucky REMEMBER THE FORD SOME s lKrd stied CONING! "New Process" FEATURES PRODUCES HOTTER 1-- All -r, Next Week June 3 ''llalsalsalsalsalsalsalsalsaHI FIRE llsalsalsaBTHSSalslsaBsalsalsaB USES LESS OIL GIVES QUICKER EASY TO CLEAN RESULTS ir, temi-moiith- lv trrnnd-dmiL'ht- CRAWFORD'C WITH SIMPLE TO OPERATE ALL PARTS REMOVABLE AND m awi INTERCHANGEABLE. maiiuUi-turt-- L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard Kentucky. X, .r?iia pj 25 - PEOPLE - 25 New Plays, Vaudeville And Scenery. m& A Complete Line Of ' ' .TTt KW ttBBBH v?: VC The Old Oaken Bucket road I will be absent from my studio 011 Wednesday only for the .present. 42-- J. Miss Sacrny. Mail order groceries, investigate and save money. John B. Iliggins, 40-Stanford, Ky. Phone 74. 2. m Filled to the brim with hmf. coldjclcarpurity no such water nowadays. vsmxzsn. Bring back tbc old days with a glass or bottle of '.Oi.. IV r-m- As we have , Bargains in Shoes. decided to close out our line of shoes we will sell nt a bargain every day until' sold out, as follows: $3 shoes at t'J.o nnd $l.ia shoes at $1.50, $1.50 shoes nt $1.25, rncn'b tan low cuts $3.25 at $2.50, nil kinds of children's nnd misses' slippers nl bargain prices. Come. We nre glad to show our line of shoes. W, M. Thoinnsoii. Holdnm's Mill Kv. 13 The I. J. has been trving to find room to mint the history and reso A TEXAS WONDER. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing grav el, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of tbe kidneys nnd bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in hildren. If not gold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $1: One small bottle is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect n cure. Send for testimonials from Kentucky and other states. Dr. E. W. ITnll, 2920 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by Prices 10 and 25 Cents FIRE INSURANCE mmd SURETY BONDS S.1LNZWULND STAN FORD, KY. everything that' s pure and wholesome and delightful. Bright, spark- ling, teeming with palate joy it s your soda fountain old oaken bucket. It makes one think of lutions rend nt the 30th iinuiversnrv of tho Hustoiiville Ilantist church, ami hopes to be nble to run them next week. tr. Ramsey Holloway marriage of Miss Mnyme Ramsey of this city, to Mr. James Holloway, of Chattanooga, Miller Tenn., was celebrated Wednesday afternoon nt three o'clock nt her homo .vn Lancaster street, the Itev. P. L. Bruce, of tho PresbyJerian church officiating. The Springs, Mattresses Dining Tables Parlor Tables Rockers, Cbairs Wall Paper Carpets Mattings Rugs Druggets, Lace Curtains Shades, Pictures Trunks, Sewing Machines Bed RoomSuites Odd Dressers Odd Beds Odd Wash Stands booklet, p Our new of telling Tree Cola vindication nooga, for the asking, THE COCA-COL- Coca- Chattaat VR src-uiJr- m Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 CURES Demand the Genuine ai made by Whenever' vou ire in 'Arrnw tKtnlc of Coca-Col- CO CA. Cholera. Ganes. Limberneck. Roup. Canker,. r, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry MuaKatwBaaat.Baabowa.Kr.. Mru "J ka umJ Bedoa wtthoulfail, poulirr lemadr Bad. Ilctufaitsnaadliaibtnmk JViU Cooaua. Baritowa. 1Oaa diop U Redp. 1 4--1 1 ATLANTA, 21 M4 for ?.aaaJliinklltlbl J ...,, W. A. Tribble 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 nnd money as veil. , SUrlfM-.1Ky. J. A. ALLER. & Kr,ai claciaUUlkawenaaadiclwTMlliclikklatfaailr. Hrg. aid CMrulwd by i. fell Crunt. a apui M dropped Anrt uw Iiiitkablitraitaalbaff tUHl. sUrdriown, Ky. Price 50c it til Drutfbu. OLD SaV SOLD BY PENN Y'S DRUG STORE. Make your home as modern for your family as a ice esidence, and place yourself iu a position to get the latest market quotation! at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that la email compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to leadquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we can immediately interest you, Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tie Southern portion of Indiana tad Illinois'. CUMBERLAND TttL. & TEL CO. i (laooaroiUTBD RURAL TELEPHONES. MILFARMER: -- i- - vV, f iwtujiwinw'fe'yv 6) 'gftryyp?: "p-vpaW- ' St Alcorn and Oateqtial, a well balanced feed, trade of corn, oats, barley, ground alfalfa and molasses, 100 pounds to the sack makes 5 meas- THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. MAY 31. 1912 SPECIAL EXCURSION Horse and Mule Feed ured bushels. Alcorn $1.90 per 100 pounds Oat equal $2.20 per 100 pounds. You feed no other grain with this feed. and three quarts to one gallon makes a good feed. Order a sack today. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, June 2ntl. k5S5wfflNj.;Ajpji i& ..HSf"y"i"!ij"i'I"!'"tasa"iii"!"t2"ta"K"M"B"lSi"' ...,'vgHgH,miH,BiB9HamwH BuauiB4gv?wv?- - niiiKiotmammamtmH'immmm&mmmUdt $.50 Round Trip N ilflpl SPECIAL TRAIN DR. BOGLE .50 What Have Manure Spreaders Done ill For Your Neighbors? if ii ili il Round Trip xors THE Na- ii iji II ;:; u Car of Adrian Wire Fence Just Received ijj iS Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. - We have several second- hand Buggies for sale U J. H. Baughman & Co, People's Stock Remedy Guaranteed to keep your .Stock In a healthier and better condition. DIES SUDDENLY Prominent Danville Physician, tive of Lincoln. Is no More Phone 1 1 Stanford, Kentucky. Ir ," i THE VAGUUM CLEANING WAGON Orders left with Dr. T. W. Pennington will be filled promptly. Rugs, Carpets, etc., thoroughly cleaned by the sanitary process. X5he People's Poultry Remedy Guaranteed the BEST Egg Producer and Disease Preventatiie. Erery package of the above Remedies sold on a Personal Guarantee, backed by George H.Farris Stanford, Ky. For Sale. My entire stock of single comb brown leghorns at fifty cents each (to make room for grow-i- n .stock.) A bargain if taken at once. Mrs. J. Mack Pctrey, It. P. D. No. 1, Wayncsburg, Ottenheim Box. 4l-4p. Phone 165 E. L mm OGDEN Manager. THE FARMERS Posted Fred HandorL Strayed from the Tom Ferrill plaee one white male hos weieht about 115 pounds, nnl information phone E. t. T. Pence. For Sale. Large tobacco bed. 44-2- or KHlfHON POULTRY 'wBk did two seated porf trap almost new. Ponv trari and harness will be sold promptly at 11 o'clock. LisJOUMOsOWLTW CURE HAS NO EQUAL ten for Col. J. P. Chandler. W. P. Kincnid. One 30c txttk! make. 12 gallon, of medicine. A few registered TamwortU pig for sale at real bargain prices. Send For Sale bv New Stanford Drua Co. for description circular. V. A. Cof-f- v & Son. MeKinnev. Kv. chicks the treatment f ForBlackhead and of White Diarrhoeaturkeys other diseases luiil lo In 4S-4n. PREVENTS DISEASE CURE Spotted, fine style dawn the throat ot srtplnf inches high. chicken, deatrojrs the worms and action, perfectly gentle for e, end laves the chick's life. A few drops lo the drloklos or children to drive not afraid water fares and of auto, city broke. Also a splenla-di- 44-- 2 Bowen Qooile. On Monday May the 10th 1912 ("County Court Day) I will sell to rlie highest bidder, a splendid pony, half Shetland, 52 Insure your tobacco against loss $1.50 to $3.00 per acre. 43-tH. M. XEWLAXD AGT. f For Sale Second hand binder in good repair. Sam Castello. 43-4V. A. Coffey and son, of McKin-ne- y have gone into the business of raising Tnmworth hogs ou an extensive scale. The Tnmwoith is the largest hog known. They sometimes go into the show ring at 1,400 lbs and good lirood sows weigh from 000 to S00 lbs. The Tnmworth is strictly a bacon hog. It puts vigor, size find quality into the chunky lard btceds. The extent to which Srjuiie Coffey nnd hK progressive young son intend to go into thN industry will mean much to the live stock interests of Lincoln county. Clinrlev Lutes bouzht a cur load of fat cattle from J. L. Heck thi-- i week for September delivery. Thev brought four cents a pounds. Mr. Lutes shinned a car of Innibs to thi- - week that he bought from various parties in this section at from 7 to 7 cents n pound. or damage by hail. p. Everyone in Lincoln was greatly shocked to learn of the death at Danville or Dr. J. C. Hoglc, who was widely known, related and lovThe Advocate ed in this section. says he passed away after an illness of only ten days. Deceased was one of the most beloved phyoie-iai- is in Boyle county. lie had been practicing his piot'ession in DanThe years. ville for twenty-fiv- e splendid coudi?;on of the city is largely due to his untiring effot'ti The funeral wns for years past. held in the Second Presbyterian church Tuesday nt 10 o'clock. Dr. J. Q. A. McDowell in chnrge. Dr. Bogle had been n member of tlmt church for ninny years. years Dr. Bogle waS sixty-thre- e of age and was a native of Lincoln county. After practicing a few jeor in Paint Lick, Garrard count- ty, he moved to Danville, where lie has since resided. Tito burial km in Bellevuc cemetery nnd 'the pull bearers,. Messrs. C. X. Smith. V. P. Given. Ned Wiseman, Charles Cecil, Sr., W. S. Bow land. Prof. S. U. Hogers and Cheek, Mr. Augustus Redd. The honorary Prof. J. pall bearers were Col. It. G. Evans, Judge II. J. Mr. II. G. Sandifer, Breckinridge and Mr. Ike Lanier. Dr. Bogle is survived by his wife nnd two children. The children are Miss Kate Bogle and Mr. John Bogle He is nlo survived by one brother, Mr. William Bogle, of Xew Orleans, He is also suhvived bv three sisters, B lie, Lizzie and Knte Bogle, all of Itustonville, Lincoln county. Mi-.se- next time you see the dealer, get him to give you tho history of some of the I II C manure spreaders he has sold. Then get the story of other spreaders nnd draw your own rnnrlusion as to which spreader docs tho best work at the lowest cost. Durability pays. The spreader that does the bost work for the longest time is the cheapest to buy. The more you find out about spreaders, the more certain you will bo to go to tho local dealer and buy an E. T. Pence ii II m Stanford. Kentucky 1 B in f I H C Manure Spreader Kemp 20th Century THE CELEBRATED Corn King or Cloverleaf local dealer sells, and if you give him a chance he will soon .convince you of that fact and give you good common-sens- e reasons for buying- an I H C spreader from him. iBternatlinal Htrmtw Cofpinj f Aurica - Graham Springs Hotel, Openinq Ball. June 4th. "KSgr unex- Opens June lit, 1912 Table d'hote Dinner. 6 to 9. Tin' be- -t The best spreaders made are the I H C manure spreaders your celled purine under particular address place in the Sta unervlioti of Mr, t fur health and nlenmire. Alice E. Vnre. For BEN C. ALLIN, Mgr., Harrodsburg. Ky. (iKOrpMfeUJi CUus I H C Scrrlc Banu The purpose ot thlt llureau is to turnlsx free oichirve to til. the txit Information obtainable on better farming. If rou hare USA The Best the World Offers in Insaraice anrworihraucitloni concerning olli.croDi. . ... .t .i...i. . .iii.. ciw.. lanu uraiuBKC ii.ikiiuii. ibiiiiici. them makevour inuutrlc pcinc and tend to I II C ier Ice bureau. Harvester Uulldlnc Chicago. U b A -- Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Burglary,' Plate Glass, Live Stock, Automobile; All kinds of bonds signed. m EM Fish & Bromley Stanford, Kentucky REPRESENTNIG Ins. Co.. of N A. Fire. Northwestern Mutual Life. Continental Fire. Roval Health & Accident Fire. . American Suretv long's. Royal National Live Stock. JLirei Fldelitv-Phenl- x Fire. Others. L Others LOSSES PAID PROMPTLY. LEGAL RATES. Sold in Lincoli Ciunty by ANDERSON CARR FARM J.L.Beazley.Agt Stanffsrrf. Kantiicky Bouoht hv Lutes and Mvers For Stock Feeding Place I Chi-cinw- T. Xunnellev last Saturday when the Inst of the effects of the noted ne-e- r. were disposed of nt auction. Theie an- - about 80 2 acres of hind lvintr on the road to Bonewille. and together with another small tract of two acres, continnim; a houe nnd trood bams, which these sentleinen Piirchnsed from I). Itilev. it will make them a nice little place for stock feedinir. etc. Thev paid $1,100 cash for the A. Carr place and .100 for the Hilcv place. Carr was sold to to Charles Lutes nnd S. J. Mvers bv administrator A. The farm of the Into Anderson The Highest i!li Bee Lick. Prt will be paid for all kinds of Produce, 1- -2 J. The foolish way mmmmMA 11.1 vwo'mm y had an operation for his kidnc trouble, but he says : "The first real relief I got was after taking Foley Kidney Pills. They eased the terrible pain in my back and accomplished more good than anything I had tried. I gladly recommend them." Shugars and Tanner. well known den-liof Iiopkinsville, Ky., recently W. Jordan, a st II.' A. Wagoner, Alvon, W. Va., says that Foley's Houey and Tar Compound is tho best medicine for courIis end colds he has ever known, he says: "Every man and woman tells me it is the best they have ever used nnd whoever has used it always comes back for it once, again." There aro no opiates in Foley's Honey nnd Tar "Compound and it is safest for children. Shu-eannd Tanner. rs Hides and Furs. See us before you sell, get price in country or delivered. PHONE 153. H. B. Northcott T. K.TUDOR, Mgr. hero. Horn, to the wife of Jeff Owen a liic pirl. Mr. S. O. Proctor bought a fine UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEN 'missy. Re. I)nid (letitry filled his STANFORD KENTUCKY. nt Hethel, Sundny. There will be Sunday school nt Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35. Hdhel Sunday at 10:30 A. M. V. S. EMer and family, of .Mr. Mited ft lends at Huh Eiihanks place Saturday ntulit and Sunday. Me-h- i. .M. M. Tn!or and T. V. Tiivlur have romplc'ted their contract f imiutiii and repairing nnd doini; home carpenter work for V. II. Owens nt Spiro, Ky. Mi. W. . Urown. of Louisville, her sUter fJs T. Talor J. C. McClary Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist. COM--CEL--SAR. FEEL BITTER - wsTW fe --- r mi Bisliiiiiiim BlllHJBllllllllllllllTm. . . Yhoe wonderful Hoot & Herb medicines have been making such wonderful cures for years past in Kentucky, extends greetings to tho readers ufThe Interior Journal, through the courtesy & splendid rates offered by its editor. The name of my gicnt universal remedy, is 'f JiK,! KRLSOr DID YOU EVER TRY IT ON YOUR STOCK T Nothing like It to put them In good condition, free them from Insect pirnltes and pro tect them from contiglous dli HADADINN, M. iMSBWBMiiSarBM yof savih "Vaaaaafe srz BVaa 1 IlxJrlJwy ihSsF There are tWO Ways of saving your money tlio foolish way and the wise way. The Foolish way in to put it where, fire, theft" or' other calamity can tnko it f ram you in a second. Tha WUe way id to put it in n bank' of good standing like ours, where it ia taken oare of in fire and burglar proof .saw wz 3lm a vaults. Fjollow the example of the best business men and farmers in'thU district oturt on account here at once it is o and wealth. the straihtet road to siu-ccal-b- statebank:,&,irust ca, 5Unror, is.y. s A- . Capital $50,000. L. MCCARTY, PrM. L PCMMY, V. Ftm. SALMI J. 0. EADS, f .oak alfn'f no .r jit 4 Jt " 1 MlM T- T' ft!. r J. S. RICE, V. PrM. S. AHERT PHILLIPS, aM composed of 1G Roots & Herbs. It i an ideal spring & fall tonic, stomach, liver, kidney, bladder & blood remedy. is a body & nerve Luilder of great merit & 6hould be used both spring & fall for putting the blood & general system in fine condition to meet the necessary changes taking place at those seasons. is sold tit all drug Mores, tho' some times, you find a druggist who for some reason will not handle my remedies. In tha t case, I will, on receipt of tho price of send it postage paid uny place on earth. is packed & backed by a legal guarantee tliut cets back your dollar if Com Ccl-Sfails to do what you buy it for. Call for also fur Science Sope which is made of pur0 vegetable oils Charlie White-Moon- 's for Human skin Only, 10c a bar, 3 for 2.rc & money back if you don't happen to like it. My years of as a cowboy & among tho Indians, give me a peculiar fitness & knowledge of the value of Roots & Herbs as medicines, & I would like to send every reader of this paper & any friends of yours, a copy of the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitled, "The Cowboy Herbalist". It is filled with startling facts obtainablo no placo else, & costs you nothing but a post card, & if you want a fine calendar, say so & I will mail you onq for 1912, lithographed in five , colors, a fine likeness ot myself) entitled "Ready for the round-up- ". All letters cheerfully answered, information given relative to Roots & Herbs as medicines. Catholio pr Prdtestant, Read Your lible Ezekial 47:12, .Ecclesiastes 30: 14tU5tljQt 17 also CJiapter 38; 4, 0, 0, 15. St. Paul to the Romans, 14:2. Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Revelations 22:2 Psalm 103:14. Write these verses down, then read them. The Bible says "Physician HkI Thyself" & so, if modern doctors with mercury & other poisons can't heal themselves, what chances have Yw to be cured? Yours for a long, clean, healthy ft successful life. W. trwdway, LwlsvHte, Ky. CHARLIE WHITE-MOO' If you write for Information, book or caleudar.address Dept. 7. 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