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'JTESDAY, JINC 1, 1012 TUESDAYS AND FBIDAYS. I Vote! 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 ! EVERYBODY HAS SHEARS, EVERYBODY IS CLIPPING, EVERYBODY IS VOTING Thousands of Votes are belnq polled Every Dav and Interest In the I. J. Big Popularity Contest Is Increased Hourly. Scores of Younq Ladles are Bealnnlnq to Appreciate That This Really Is their Opportunity to Win a Handsome Prize With a Very Little- Effort. Crab Orchard Mrs. L. L. Sanders .Miss Annie Mlddleton Miss Mavmp Ilolnmn Miss, Clara Collier Miss Martha Proughtou Miss Addie Scott McKinnev. DECORATION 20.0D5 01.4110 DAY 12.120 23.400 . . . 14.780 . 1.750 Celebration At Mt. Olive Proves a Deliahtful Occasion. One of the most delightful gatherings ever held on a similar was the Decoration Day last week nt Mt. Olive, just over tho Casey county line. There were about 2,000 people piesent, nnj plenty to cat for everyone. It was one of the most sociable, religious g nnd delightful occasions ever witnessed nnd greatly enjoyed by everyone. The McKiuney brass band furnished music for the occasion which was greatly appreciated by all. The speakers of the day were, Mr. Ferryman, of Middlebuig, Mr. MuOle of Hethel Ridge, Mr. Jess Lay, the Cnscy county superintendent, Mr. Henry Thomas, of Liberty, nnd Mr. Joe Montgomery, of Liberty. The nddresses were mostly spoken in 'memory of the soldiers who nre demi and in recognition of the worth of those still with us. celc-Irntihome-comin- ALLPR1ZESARE0ND1SPLAY The Diamonds and Watches May be Seen at W. H. Mueller's Store, the Beautiful $350 Piano at the I. J. Office and the Extra Prizes at Penny's Druq Store. Contestants and their Friends are Invited to Call and inspect them. shears (bene days and the votes (bat arc clipped each issue from the Journul for the various ladies Everybody U out with (be big or in the big contest run away up nto the thousands. May I have the vote from your paper! Will you pay your subscription and gtvo the votes to met Would you like to take the Inter- ior Journal! These are a few of the questions which arc being asked hundreds of limes each dav in almost even Dart of the territory of the contest. Lincoln county people have entered into the spirit of the contest from the very beginning and now the has sprcud over tho whole territory to a marked degree. From nil sections reports arc being received dally of the ever increasing interest. And by no menus is the interest limited younj jtcople. All over the territory men and women nre boosting for their favorites with xcal and determination. The friends of the young Indies enrolled have ions that their candidates will be successful and will not admit defeat until the final results have been determined and the nnnoiiuc-meof the winners made by judges. So arreut H the interest that an energetcould Mart and ic new candidate n little active work and with the assistance of friends who are watching tho race could null down a tr nt Vote Offer Extended The big double vote offer which was to have closed Inst Saturday night has been extended until June 10th. The special offer whereby wo give four extra prues to the young l.idies who turn in the most money on subscriptions Mm eon the dates o May 25th and June 10th will close on the hame day ns the double vote offer. These extra prizes, consist nig of two beautiful 'JO piece Silvei Sets and two handsome Fountain jens nie on display ut Penny's Drug Store. Go In To Win. You nre in this contest for the purpose of winning, do in with u to win. Do not be one of those kind who no sooner l.ein a piete of work than they nre seized to do something eNc, villi a tic-iwith their mid so nisli through speed vo.k in hand with bienk-neii- k flighting it for tho work in mind. He n preseercr, n Lenin to Mick. Don't be n vicplodder, a idugger. tim of, the "by nntl by" and time enough motto, AIiih for tho peopo-whare just "coin;: to do something'' If yon liuc nn iimbition or pur- -' DISTRICT NO. 1 nose in mind, net on t nt once. There is not an hour to waste. Do l One of the most iictne candidates (ownvd tho beginning in this gieat lace something is Miss Annie ltouse yourself from thn letargv Mlddleton, the popular telephone H'intin nt Crab Ou'haid, Ky. In of dreams and make n stmt. It is vonderlul the power Hint comes to her position at the exchange, she has us ntter we make a start. Willi ev- iiiiule u lurge number of acipiaiiitui'-ce- s ery postponement of Hint beginning nnd the imiiiy courtesies which iusl so much power is dissipated. she has extended to the patrons of The road to success lies along the this foiepiinv have d"no much to pathway of decision and up the hi'l st tenet lieu her popularity. ""' Double 21.410 Miss Marv D. Heck 12.515 Miss Until Tanner 2.070 Miss Madic Htitler 15.000 of endeavor and across the bridge Miss Until Cocking v 17.000 Miss Eft'e Drve . of patience. The road to defeat lies through DISTRICT NO. 2 the "Valley of I'rettv Soon" and along (he winding paths of "Wuit Junction Cltv. MlMU I .avium MeUraw 11.050 Awhile." . 2.050 Whatever you intend to do by and Miss Marv Steele 19.015 Miss Hertha West by, DO IT .NOW. 14.075 Make every dav count for some- Miss Hutli Keeie 20.000 thing, not merely as an added day Miss Daisv Shuttles Miss Sara Richardson . . . , , (1.750 but as nn added way wi(h something Miss Alma Cosbv 0.970 worthy achieved. 27.275 Miss Susie Roberts day lost "Count that Lancaster. . 0.075 Miss Snrn Heed Whose low descending sun .Miss Sadie Anderson . 1.930 Views irom thy hand Miss Willie Wilkinson .11.325 No worthy notion done." 2 Miss Sallie Smith ..1.920 . 1.575 Miss Allene Houme HOW THEY STAND TODAY . 2.200 Miss Lillie Henrv 3.800 Miss Stella Sanders DISTRICT NO. I. 2 Miss Elsie Morris 10.425 Stanford . 3.105 Miss Jennie Law rence ,. 2.320 Miss Lle Cooper Brodhead , 15.8J0 Miss Leiia l'almer 11.055 Miss Lorcttn Frith 12.750 Mis Elizabeth Thame Miss Bertie McL'lurc 1.800 . Miss Ida II. I'ettu 14.500 Miss Mattie Wilmott . 1.910 Miss Josephine llrudv 32.275 Miss Jewel Francisco 12.500 Miss Roberta Iloltzclaw ... ,. 0.870 Marksburv. Miss Mnrv K. McKinnev . . . .22.200 Miss Annie Pollard . 0.030 . 32.275 Miss Elizabeth Higgins . 0.04O I1SH Jennie Swope Miss Auua Warren 25.015 Lebandn Junction Miss Elsie E. Coleman 25.045 Mrs. Dick Hampton . 7.050 ,13.410 Miss lsabelle Itevnolds Perrvvillf. Miss Mnrv K. Dndderur . . J0.J75 Miss Louise Green . 1.900 Miss Mnrv .Moon- - Huncv . .22.010 LibfftV. Miss Jviitu Anderson 25.730 Miss Ada Weslev 30.525 Miss 'Josephine Morns . . . . .10.355 Miss Manraret Lee Orubbs .10.795 Miss Hone Jennings 13.345 Soainev. Kv. 13.370 Miss Azile Kin in Miss Dollie Wilcher 15.020 Miss Gertrude Wilkinson . Parksvill. Miss Ehzubcth htugg 10.055 Miss t'nn Overstreet . . 2.350 Miss Marguret E. Iloltzclaw .32.275 Ml.K Mae Cozntl 10.790 . 10.315 Miss Florence Dawes Miss Lottie Westerfield 12.900 Miss Jennie Sampson . ... . l.OUO Miss Mvrtle Hrown . 2.350 .Miss Odin Muv Iiw rente .24.010 Hiatt. Kv. Miss Kathenne Eads . 5.000 Miss Mnrv Lear . 2.535 Miss Jennie Peoples 23.000 Fiatwood. Lee Phillip-- , ... ,. 1.020 Ml-- s M vi tie Connnev Miss Jessie . 1.070 Miss Urn Fluvd R- -l . 3.520 Miss Elizubeth Carter 20.035 Neoro Killed at Somerset. Wavnesbura Denton Hines shot Jim Thomus, n Eh-iSingleton Mns 21.830 negro, five times late Sunday afterMiss Bculiib llazlett . 0.870 Miss Murv llurtou .31.720 noon, nt Somerset, death resulting Miss Zerru Eubank . 0.410 in an hour. The negro was porter Miss Kn Hortou . .7.020 at the Newtonian Hotel bar and wus Miss Kiimiii Meier 23.270 holding n horse for n man, who had gone into the saloon, when Hines Prrachersville. Miss Marv EtheJ Anderson , .11.110 walked up and fired the shots, it in nlleged. Moreland Hines has made no stateMiss Hessie Mcloruiuck ... 11.405 ment as to the cause of the shoot,. 7.020 ing. The negro, in n dying stateMiss Lelia '1. Jones Mis Mattie iiishou .11.820 ment, sniil he never had n word with Miss Minelle Pruitt 11.040 Hines in his life and knew no reason Turnersville. why he ho( him. Hines is a son of Miss Lucv Gooch .10.020 J. Flank limes, foiiner jailer of PuHubble of 20.405 laski county nnd brother-in-laMiss Jennie Rankin Chief of Ptdiee II. (I. Wnddle. Hustonvllle Miss Mnv North 17.030 Miss Hessie Kilfn . 0.430 New Crab Orchard Postmaster Miss Rose MeCormack . 15.325 The president has appointed II. K. Gilbert's Creel Miss Emma Iloltzclaw .... .10.920 Lognn postmaster at Crab Orchard, Miss Nell Iliiek 11.210 to fill the vacancy caused by the of T. W. Xnpier, who has Kino's Mountain Miss Lulu 1'okt.r 10.S20 scried long and honorably in the Shelbv Citv. nlace. Mr. Logan is n leading re15.800 publican of the East End, nnd was a Miss Ilettie White 30.425 Miss Lh'Mbcth Fox Miss Luetic Crow 17.025 prominent Taft man in the recent Ili friend . D.iUSO contest in this county. Mis .Marv Itiis-c- ll sny he is in every way qualified for the position. Miss Annie Mlddleton , H-R-- ....... ........ ..... , Contest closes June 29th. Our Boys, and How to Help Them. This is tnc title of un interesting lecture to be given nt the Presbyterian church on Saturday evening June .... .... .... , 8th, illustrated by means of the steropticon. The lecture is to be 'given by Mr. Page State Secretary u. a. Everybody welot Me l. come. There will be u meeting for all pastors, teachers and others interested in boys work nt 3 P. M. in of the season. the Presbyterian church. A garden i. Governor Pardons Humbcr JUDGE HARDIN KEEPS A dispatch from Frankfort says THINGS MOVING IN COURT Given at Lancaster In Honor of that Gov. McCreary granted n pardBeautiful Bride of This Week on" to C. II. Humbcr, of Garrard Lewis Humohrev Flnpri $75 For II county, sentenced to one to five Ifoal Votino Other Work of Lancaster, June 3. .ears for malicious shooting. A the Present Session. The following enter- large number of petitions for the tainments have been given compl- pardon were sent to the Governor, Judce Charles A. Hardin has been to the bride-elec- t, imentary MJ33 many of the signers being Lincoln pushing work in court this week nnd Margaret Vene Mount, whose mar- county men. bones to have the docket well clearriage (o Mr. Thomas Mobley Wilson INDIAN BALL PLAYERS ed ud bv the end of this term of will be solemnized on Wednesday nt the home of the bride's court. parents on Lexington nvenue, Elder Here Wednesday for Game Against A iurv in court Tuesday fined F. M. Tinder performing the cereStanford Team. Lewis Humnhrev. of the Jumbo secmony: Mrs. Robert L. Elkin entertion $75 for illegal voting in the reA big crowd is expected in town tained at luncheon bridge nt her cent locnl ontion election. lie went suburban home in honor of the pop- Wednesday afternoon when the fato inil in default of navment. mous Cherokee ular June bride. Indian hall team The iurv which tried William Tins-le- v comes here for n game against the The color scheme was pink. The for cutting old man Oenree Estes colonial home with its old mahjgnay Stanford nine. These Indians have furniture made a beautiful back- practiced the national game on their was unable to agree. Green Hansford, a well known loground for flowers from an old reservation until they arc said to fashion garden, pink peonies and he fine players and have won a big cnl negro, cnught a fine of 60 and pink roses which were used in pro- majority of their games. Their ten davs in inil. in two enses chargpositively fusion. The table was beautiful with manager guarantees ing illegal whisky selling in Stana large basket filled with roses nnd that the warriors will not become ford. This will h"ld Greenie most of pink tulle bow tied on the mantle unruly during the progress of the the summer as a cuest of the Resort and placed for an nrtistic center- game and attempt to take a few de Farmer. piece; small pink candles were at scalps as trophies of the encounter. Shell Winchester, one of the Several of the Stanford players Wuvne coun(v men who stole a eafh plnee and each guest gave a toast, or made a wish for the fair lire said to have gotten "cold lect" wn(ch from II. C. Walters while the bride as they, in turn, blew out n on this account but it is believed that latter was giving them food and was found cnndle. The ices were in the form enough brave players can be found lodging penitentiary guiltv nnd sent fro one to five of pink roses and baskets with pink to put a team in against the Indians to the venrs. .The cases against the others roes in them. The cakes and mints If it becomes absolutely necessary were dismissed. will swear in n were also decorated with pink roses. Sheriff McCarty An indictment against General number of deputy sheriffs to keep Jnrman. one of tho best known neplace-card- s Artistically designed the red men in check, in the event groes of the Tumersville section, on made appropriate The souvenirs. luncheon was pronounced by the they attempt to use tomahawks on a statutory charge, was dismissed. The case against Bill Lewis, a nesruests to have been one of the most the umpire or players. gro, charging illegal whisky selling, peifectly apDoiuted social functions ante-nuptial DELIGHTFUL AFFAIRS J . Double vote party was given by Miss Katherine Walter offer closes June 10th Court in honor at her home in Hill of the prospective ..... w ....... ........ re learn that Mis. Kate Chad-Hic- k is having nn especially food me with her friends in Detioit. ttikinsr b.uit rides and fishing in the tke. She will finish uu her trio bv koi ig over in the Dominion of Can Wt is visiting her friend. Mrs. J. ( nnd. is erv much delighted with Kentucky. She will return to home :fter she drinks the ( rab Oicl.i'rd water u while. Mrs. Lee Slum, of Crab Orchard Tnxwi-ll- . Trim., hr o " (HE INTERIOR JOURNAL $500 POPULARITY CONTEST " i M This Ballot Tl A MihaiilML'e to the coin. 1'iot. T. H. Cullon went to Aliens-vi'l- e this week on business. Mrs. Hunt of Hiodhead. has moved to Cr.ib Orcbiud. She adds another uood fainilv to our coiuuiiiuitv. lit is html to find in this ncieh-hhood nt 00 cents ner hundred: 05 cents for especially Nj. 1 timothv. "Jags" still keen coining to the It seems like a Keelev Institute. Ktelev wo'ild have to unit business it it is ut other places like :t is in Crab Orcluud. You can't get it heie to doctor our eves with, much less to ill ink. cieat mbi. The funnel, in this section liuve id intcd unite u lot of tobacco this ek. Wo hud a snlendid season tor idautliu'. I believe the iiciculc im I be fitllv us much us it wus m 1910. This last rain has been ol bride; the beautiful lawn and spaciPreachersville Our correspondent went to sleep ous eranda made a fit scenic diswith the groundhog last fall aud he play of a convivial feminine assemhasn't awakened yet. The drouth was blage. Misses Martha and Helen Gill will ended Tuesday night, when we had a line rain. People nre busy setting be hostesses of a handsome reception on June 4th in honor of the fair tobacco. Mr. und Mrs. Tom Howard, of June bride, Miss Margaret Vene Lancaster visited her parent?,, Mr. Mount. Mrs. J. II. Mount entertained nt an . and Mrs. S. 1). Miss Ruby Cress is visiting Miss Woodie elaborate dinner in honor of Mrs. General News Notes May, aud Iva Thompson. Mrs. Will John M. Mount's guest Mrs. Nicho las Itodnck, of Jacksonville, Fla. Clnrk swent Rhode Islnnd. Nuvlor visited Mrs. W. C. Blankeii-sluBoth Roosevelt and Taft claim Mr. and Mrs. Pruitt ThompRACE FOR MAGISTRATE Restored to Citizenship they have enough votes to nominate son visited her parents, Sunduy. Sam Jennings of Garrard county, Whichever finally wins a bolt is ex Mr. aud Mrs. Mays Iloltzclaw visited Mr. aud Mrs. W. M. Rankey In East End Warminq Up Between was restored to citizenship last week pected. The Republican Nntional Commit by Governor McCreary, Two Prominent Democrats Sunduy. F. F. Hlunkenship visited Jennings was convicted of murder nnd given tee refused Roosevelt's request for las brother, W. C. Blunkeiiship. Mrs. Considerable interest has devel n five years penitentiary sentence. 250 tickets to the Chicago ConvenKate Wade, of Corbiu, visited Mr. tion on the 18th. and Mis. George Nuylor and others oped in the East End over the ap- He was paroled in 1903. Mi,s Kuby Parrish Msited pointment of u successor to the late At St. Augustine, Fla., three ne here. groes were hanged from the same Squire K. D. Noukes, as magistrate Miss Woodie May Thompson. Col. Walton Pleased. ..- Miss Mury Victory Audei&on, of tin tin, kw mill flwtrtf.t .it' tl,.. mtiMilv Col. W. P. Walton, secretary of scaffold each negro being convicted .,w..i v. t(C WUlt.J, ot. Cloud, Ha., - v lsiting tier giatid i which win ue maue uy tue Uovcruor the Kentucky binnch of the National of murder. . parents, Mi. und Mis. W. II. Cuui- - and it is expected that he will uame a Citizens' League, an organization Of all the Kentucky candidates. uiitis. Miss Kutie Pajne visited Miss democrat. As the district is normal- formed for the promotion of n sound for admission to West Point only JCuI.i Nnvloi Sunduy. A ciowd ot ly republican, the fuithtul demciats money bunking system, is in high thrco passed tho entrance examinyoung people went liog hunting at there aie much inteiested in who will leather over the incorporation in the ations. One was from the second, the lag pond Saturday night, and get this honor, us it is hoped that democratic platform of the fol- nnd from the Third nnd one from the hud the gojd luck to kill six. Rev. a matt will be picked who can make lowing plank. "In tho interest of the Ninth districts. J. E. Roberts filled his appointment a winning lace lor the lull term this lowing plank. "In the interest of the Roosevelt got all of the New Jer nt the Methodist church Sunday. A tall, as it is expected that the man fanner, the wage-earnnnd the sey republican delegates nnd Wood-ro- w huge ciod was puent. His luutiv named will makothe lace then. man, we fuvor nn honest Wilson all but 4 out of 28 on So fur theio aie hut two active revision of our National banking the democratic side in the primaries f i lends will be soii-- to hear that Mr. J. J. Thompson , not improving candidates in the livid. Waid Mooie and currency laws, which will create last week. lunch. Mis. ('tune Leavcl is veiy nud Col. J. P. Chandler, both well n safe and elnstic system, preserve sick at this writing. Mr. John II. Known democrats of that section. It the independent banks, prevent any The International Sunday School Anderson and children who have hud is uudcistood that both have scut dominant political or financial con- Convention for Lincoln County will the fever me about well. Mrs. John in luuueiously signed petitions to Hi, trol, and render recurring panic, be held in Stanford June 0th and tress was called to Hiodhead to see Governor, und that the friends, of with their nttendant loss and suf- 7th. All churches of every denomiher mother, who is veiv sick. 11. I. both aie working with might and fering impossible.' Louisville Her nation nre urged to select delegates Hlankeiiship hns hud eight .warms i.iaiu for them. ald. All nre cordially invited to attend. of bees so lot. J. II. nud P. H. nud F. L. Thompson me going to have McKinney. PROGRAM LINCOLN COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION their houses painted. J. II. ThompThe popularity contest in the In"( hogs to Vic Tit v lot nt 7 son sold terior J .mi mil u tents. Listen lor the wedding bells win ill contest is getting to he quite u To Meet In Christian Church, Stanford, June 6. 7, 1912 Evenina Ser iu our town und its vice, June u. Thev nie sine to nng. Guess Who. puzzle to tell from here which is goby combined choir directed by Mrs. J. G. CaiDenter. ing to make the best lace iu this 7:30 Music Devotional Mr. P. M. McRnberis. Miss Ida Pettus. town, but we me tor the lucky one Music. whoever she he. Opening address by the President. Mis. H. C. Nunnclley nnd childieu Music. ot Wuuht'stei huve been visiting Address "Is The Hoy Worth Saving" Rev. George A. Joplin. State (Mis. Niiuiiellej's p.ucnts, Mr. timl Secietniv. Muic. Announcements. Benediction. .Mrs. K. L. 'laiiiicr. Friday Morninq, June 7th. Mrs. William Adams, of Someisct, 'visiter her mothei, Mis. S. A. Da.v- - Subject "Our Standards." Can-enterp. I ier , Prof. Grubbs Prof. E. L. Grubbs, head of the Liberty graded and high school, was here Saturday on an educational mission and mingling with his many friends. Prof, nnd Mrs. Grubbs and Miss Martha A. Tilford, will have charge of the Liberty graded and hieh school, for the years 1912 and 1913. They prepared tea graduates for common school diplomas and twelve teachers for certificates for the May examination. They nre doing n great work for the canital of Casey, and the school there is to be congiatulated upon securing them for another term. was dismissed bv the iurv. Joe Hrouchton wns acouitted of a charge of cutting down a corner tree, mnrking n bnundnrv. The eases against Dud and Ernest Wallin. growing out of the tragedy at Crab Orchard Christmas week, were dismissed, ns was expected, following the ncmtittal of Jake Wallin at the last term of court. Jeff Brvant. a local negro, was given 30 davs in inil for drawing a nistol on a colored woman. The enses against Newman Patton for cutting timber nnd Woods Carpenter, for giving Honor to a minor, weie dismissed. w t K, T ti 7 1 ton. I:30-Mu- sie 1 oi IB Must Be Voted on or Good For 10 Votes FrjR Before June 13th. District No Five Kentucky Wcsleyttu students wcie expelled fiotuthnt institution nt Winchester last week Thursday, for accompanying a ball team to Millersburg and there playing m the unciial commencement game, the college having placed under bun nil ath letics. Those expelled nre Tannic Pike, O. P. Henry, Marvin Eagle nud V. L. IJrown. '"Address This Coupon, when neatly cut out nud brought or mailed to Ihe Contest Department of the Interior Journn, will count for the person whose name is written thereon. These ballots must be fastened together in packages, enclosed in envelopes, before being deposited. tribute to William Goebel, who was murdered twelve years ago, will be a statue to be uu- veiled during Uctober or this year. The Capitol Commission has decided to place the statue at the. northern approach to (he Capitol at Kentucky's DISTRICT NO. 1 An nttractive voting Itidv. residing in Stanford, who is making a most nttive race iu this great race for fame und fortune. She has n ver pleasing disposition and is well liked bv her many friends who are striv-v- f hard to place ber among the of Roosesevelt, Devotionuls Mr. J. C. McClnrv. Oklahoma., is visitm; his biothet- - Enrollment of Delegates, reports nnd appointing committees. 10:00 J. S. Muiphy and mingling lOjl. The Cradle Roll nnd Homo Department, Rev. J. B. Jones The Organized Adult Bible Class. Rev. Bruc. , with his many friends. How I Organized mv Class Eli?a Blain. John Howe, of Somerset, wus in 10:30 Pvepuiing for. niP1 Touching Mis. Adult Class J. S. Hooker. 10:45 tin town leientlv on business. Music. I The ice cieam factory is putting 11:05 Teacher Training Mrs. J. J. Dickev. out some mighty nice oideis und 11:0 Graded Institution W. M. Bright. Jr. 11:35 Mlssionuiv Distinction Rev. C. R. Blain. incir cream nud other goods tire giv11:50 Questions on Topics Discussed. ing the very best ot satisfaction. Music. Lunch. Afternoon Mammoth Cave Lincoln County's trip to Mac: 1:J0 Music Walker. moth Cave will bo June 10th. The Decision Dav Rev. D. M. Rpsuonsibilttv Mont- 1:50 (ul The. Teachers' for souls. Mr. louud trip railioad fine fiom nil goinciy.-s-(b- ) The Girl in her Teetis. Mis. G. E. Tate. (c) Win- -' iu tho county, stntiotis 5.05. All iiing the Boy. Mrs. Ivn Tucker. expenses ut Cnve hotel !0.50 for to:15 Oiviiig Rev. Willis Song und offering tiiken three nuy tup. The latter amount includes yi)iir!3:35 Teitipeiance Instruction Rev. J. J. Dickev. boa nl ut Cnve Hotel, niul tli ti.enr.nl 13.50 Rowland mid its woik Mrs. Henrv Phillips. routes through the Cuve. making the '4:0"i The Bible Scho.il Work in t bo Mountains MUs Liccie Beazley-'- . Reports of Committees. t expenses foru grand three days 6ut- - 4 Benediction. iug to the great subterranean won- - MllhU'- Evenina Servic iint- - for si' .iB. ti... i.n(i i,u reserved fortius particular date. ns3J?"I:Xru1s,"! , TickeU on sale from nil stations. A nX i " Dr Euwn Pi.m. ' rffVieucies specially conducted trip. Through SCS AoiommnS f coaches on regular morning train. Kverv school in Lincoln eountv is asked to send one delegate for Write or phone L. & N. agent. 45-4- t. every fifty omuls enrolled. All Superintendents, officers and teachers are invited, and the members of the Stanford churches are cordially Extr.i prize offer closes June lOlh. wHlcomed. Dinner served to the Delegats. Mi". A. D. Root, u, W' - tions. i... I . f" ' -- .& Wrl" ' MM Ak)Db4 THE STAMFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. JUNE 4, 1912 MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S ODD PANTS And now, while our stock is new, get your pick. Blues, Serges, Greys, CVngres, brands himelf without sufficient knowledge of the current happenings of the dny. to make a ErttUUhtd 1B72 snticfuctory justice of the peace, let rrejrlUT alone a congressman. MI BAUFLE- t8HELT0N Fueh rhnrge are insipid. If the ODDOiition. ban nothinc more reaYEAtf 8TR1CT1.T IN ADVANCE 11 A sonable oh argument nirninnt the of Conand Entttti af IA rftttfitt ( JSfnftri gressman Helm thnn thee, whv rail at lieend tUii matt nultrr. off the child's play nnd make it Political Announcements The Inferior Journal. Report of the condition of the WAYNESBUBQ DEPOSIT IANK. Way-ncsbur- Browns, Plaids, and White Flannels and White Serges. We have anything you can use in the work pant line. Mso"Pmchecks"in the "Sweet Orr" for the warm days. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky SPRING SUITING My new rpring and summer sam "Vines, ples are now ready for your inspec Strawberry plants, Grape Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, tion. They comprise the best on and'Phlox. Everything for Orchard the market. I can suit anyone as to who had his clothes made to and Lawn, Garden. Free Catalogue. price order. A suit made to your measure No Agents. is preferable to ready made clothes. H. F. HWenmeyer L Sons, To have them made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready Lexington, Ky. made when quality and fit is con sidered. Come in and let me take yonr measure. H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES ;y m H J.L.Beazley &Co H VCT , 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. d, B, AND UNDERTAKERS DEALALSO ER IN FURNITURE, RUGS. THEY WILL MAT-TINQ- S, FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE MT, UO&SLAND, ST ii n, ism 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 American Beauty Corsets, prices $1 to $3.50. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. 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. W. E. PERKINS Ky. Crab Orchard, ii Senator Lorimcr, in announcing thnt he would not resign, has done cf th this country n real service, and if Ttr Ctnerttt he clings to thnt intention until the COL. J. r. CiriNN, ef Mtrtn question of his retention enn be de- Specie 031 39 J. A. BULUVAX, tt Mtdlion cided by a vote in the Senate he will Ttr CtmmtnvttUk't Attcrnry hare pel formed a really great ser- Checks and other cash EMMLTT I'CRYEAU, ef Bcjl 40 35 items vice. 409 82 (secured) .. W. B. BUIICH, of Lincoln There are something over forty Overdrafts 520 18 paid .. Ttr Bktrtf Senators who will vote to keep Lor-im- Current expenses M. B. BAC01IUAN Real Estate bank house 2,050 00 Lor-imin his tainted seat. If B. W. 01VENS 290 00 had resigned, thev would have Other real estate ). 0. WEATHEIIFORD. 1.C00 00 escaped a record. Now that he has Fur. nnd fix T. J. HILL Ttr County 3 Milt announced his intention to stick, TOTAL $02,188 00 1. A. RICE they will be broticht fairly to the m. r. xomn onnrplv cratch snd forced to ,fn Ttr Cirtuit Cltrk Liabilities on record. J. P. WEAKEN And nfter they vote for Lonmer, Ckpitn! stock paid in, H0LDAM J. F. $15,000 00 in cash thev will be Tetired just as soon as W M. DDNCAN 3,200 00 the people can get nt them. This Surplus funds Ttr Jatltr 1,302 81 will be a mighty cood thing for the Undivided profits rEYTON TARRISU OEOKOE DEBORDE country for which Mr. Lorimer is Deposits subject to check (On which interest is DINK FARMER entitled to credit. WILLIAM H. HESTER not paid) 37.820 75 W, A. CARBON Deposits subject to check The New York World declares Ttr (on which interest is that Woodrow Wilson is the logical T. L. BECK. paid) 4,850 34 B. M. OWENS candidate for the Democratic nomiR H BRONAUGii says nation for the presidency, und TOTAL $02,188 90 r. C. 8ANDID0E he is the only one who eon enrry the J. H. BOONE State of Kentucky, county of Lin w imotnl states of New iork, coln, Set: Fer Uerfttntt Jersey and Connecticut. J. T. ROBERTS J, F. F. Alobley. Cashier of the WILLIAM FIELDS above named bank, do solemnly Good Reason to be Enthusiastic 3. D. EADS vifar tliat the above otuteuicul is JOSEril L. OOODE (Frankfort true to the best of my knowledge and Shelton M. Sauflcv, who formerly belief. F. F. MOBLEY, Cush'r. lived in Frankfort, and is popular Subscribed and sMuru to belure Charaps" "Sensational here, wns a prominent figure in the He was n member of me this JOth day of Muy, 1912. My The Interior Journal's pood friends convention, the Credentials Committee and one commissionby expires 1914 U. B. CoopW. '. Camden, D. C. of the Danville Advocate threw n of the Administration floor leaders. er, Clerk Correct Attest : T. O. Uooch, It. double column block type fit in Mon- He hn3 lost none of his enthusiasm Out is, L. G. Goocb. day's issue over what it colls "sensasince going back to Stanford. tional oharees" that Jndce Jere A. Lancaster. A TIGHT GAME Sullivan has made against Congres-ma- n The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society Harvey Helm, said charges be- Won From Huslonville By Patched realized u ueat sum bv their lev creum and strawberry supper held told somebody ing that Mr. Helm Up Stanford Nine Saturday. Suturduy night ut the Court House. that he wouldn't be a candidate for The following Lancastenaus were A picked up Stanford team deto congress and that he feated the Hustonville boys in an in Somerset lor the C. W. B. M. is a "failure in the lower House". M. Tinder aud interesting ball game here Saturday comeuUuni Elder The Advocate says it knows nothing afternoon by a score of 8 to 7. For daughter, Mesdumes' R. E. Mcltob-ert- s, James B. Kumuird, Emma of these charges but bases its infor- the biggest part of the game it seemEmma. T. Kautfmau, mation for the scarebeads upon the ed that the West End lads hnd the game on ice, but Stanford rallied in George D. Robinson and Misa Sullie Lancaster Record's account of the won it out. Only Elkin. speeches delivered by the two can- the seventh, nnd plnycd, by agreeHarrison Preston and Miss Pearl seven innings were didates at Lancaster last Monday ment, us the local team hnd several Shearer, a youthful couple of this county living ucar Alt. Hebron, elopweek. men in the game who had not playNow, the Interior Journal regreted for several years and they felt ed to the city of Danville, where they were united in wedlock's holy ted very much that a member of its thnt they could not go the full route. bonds. The sporting editor of the 1. J. staff was unable to be present at Odd FellowB held their anThe Lancaster and hear that ioint debate. was unable to attend this game nnd nual exercises Sunday afternoon the box score was kindly lurnished From information furnished it bv inwhen they met und marched to the Husnumerable Garrard democrats, whose by clever Thomas Newbern, of cemetery to decorate the graves of is as good as their bond any tonville, and is as follows: II SB word comrades. Appropriate AB B E their day, it has been given to understand STANFORD speeches were also made. 42 Waters c that Congressman narvey Helm S. Hill cf Oatley Burke bought a combined 41 made Judge Sullivan look like the hoie, of Air. Nichols, of Lexington 20 veriest typo at stump speaking and McCarty lb 2b He also made the purchase for 31 political discussion, when they met at II. Coleman of two other horses of differeut par30 Penny p Lancaster. In fact, as we boarded Yager ties at $100 euuh. 31 3b the train here last Tuesday en route The I. 0. 0. F. order has engaged 32 to the convention at Louisville, we Anderson ss the services of "Little John's United 30 met a number of the Garrard demo- Carson cf Shows" for a week's exhibition here 30 crats, bent on the same mission, who Carpenter rf They held their first performance 11 Fields erected us with the auerv whv we had Monday evening June 3d. A street mUscd the speaking at Lancaster TOTAL ..29 8 4 3 fair in Lancaster ik alwah much day before, and assured us that the looked forward to with eagerness. pleasure we would have had the AB R II SB E This company comes highly recomHUSTONVILLE and seeing our Congressman Barnette lb 2 mended to us being spoken very ..i "eat up" his distinguished opponent Burton 2b 4130 meritoriously of both in this state from Madison, as some of them Tuney 3b 3101 and many of the cities in Tennessee. cogently described the Waddle pointedly and 3001 Miss Sarah Armstrong, of Huckley ss beresult of the forensic encounter 3000 duiighter of W. T. Armstrong, of Myers cf tween the two candidates. 3001 Hall cf Cincinnati and Everett Alorgan also According to the Advocate, Con- Riffe rf 3000 of JJackley, were united in marriage consists in Snndidge c gressman Helm's fault 3103 at the home of the bride. The groom that he might have told someone at Hicks p 311 is u wealthy young fanner of this some distant time that he might not county nnd a son of Lewis AloTgun. he a candidate again. We know nothTOTAL.... 29 7 5 9 5 Sunday was Children's Day and ing of the premises, but whnt candithey had charge of the exercises at dates may not have done such a Innings 12 3 4 0 6 7 T the Christian church nnd making the thing T A candidate has a right to Stanford .. occasion a memorable one with their chance his mind the Bame as anv Hustonville 2 0 10 4 0 appropriate songs, recitations etc. other man, and we believe that if he thing, that Mr. Helm had did such a Three bagger AlcCiirty; two base The uniform success that hn6 atas much a right to change his mind bits Burton, Waters; Stmck out by tended the use of Chamberlain's about that as one of the editors of Penny C: by Hicks 5; base on balls; Colic, Cholera und Diarrhoea Remethe Advocate did to make his lightoff Penny 4; off Hicks 4; wild dy has made it a favorite everyning change from one presidential pitch Penny 4; hit by pitched ball where. For sale by G. L. Penny. candidate to nnothcr, almost in a by Penny, Barnett. Umpires Bishtwinkline of an eve it micht be said. op nnd Penny; Scorer Thos Announces for Circuit Clerk It's all in the came, nnv-waThe Interior Journal today anto his but of course accordinc nounces W. AL Duncan as n candiA Crack Colored Team opponent, nnd the newspapers which date for the democratic nomination ball team of for Circuit Clrrk of Lincoln county, The colored bu are onnosinc Mr. Helm, onv such change of mind he may have bad Stanfoid is making a great record subject to the priinnry which will be about desiring to continue at Wash- this season, having lost but two out held on Saturday, August 3d. Air. ington and k") ud the good work he of ten games played. It is called Duncan is nc of, the best known has been doing, is perfectly heinous, the Stanford Y. M. S. ball club and young democrats of Jho county and nnd should absolutely put him with- issues n challenge to nil comers. The one who has always bene found ou out the nale of further consideration members of the team and their po- the firing line for his party and ever by the telf respecting voters of the sitions nrc W. B. Chennult, left field ready to give of his time and menus He has a great district. There really seems no oth- John Farmer, center field, F. Bright for its welfare. him by ricbt field, J. Bnughman first base, many friends in all sections, who er ground for not T. Loveless second base, S. Cook,' will undoubtedly rally to his support. n unanimous vote. As to the other charge that is third base, J. W. Rowe, G. T. Reed, The State Board of Equalization made against Congressman Helm: pitcher, L. Coffey catcher, K. B. that he has been a failure in Con- - Stoner, catcher and Granville Price concluded its work last week and cress: it is to laucu. vould Uharap shortstop and manager. Quite a submitted its report to the Governor. Clark nnd Oscar Underwood pick a number of white fans have been go- Tho totnl amount of property asses man who hnd been a failure during ing out to see these boys play nnd sed tor State taxation is $840,479, his first two terms, to head the im- say the have several stars in the 104, as against $840,45 1,020 last line-uyear, yielding in taxes for this year portant Committee on Expenditures H,202,3y5, as against $4,232,209 in tho War Department T Would they BIq Lincoln Judoment Holds. last year. The board raised only slight such admittedly able men as Judgment of the Lincoln i Circuit those counties that fell behind Inst Swager Sbeiley, Owtdey Stanley, II. Y. Thomas nnd other members of the Court was affirmed by the court of venrtt assessments and made no ar democratic delegation, when picking Appeals recently in the case of 'tbc biliary raises C. N. O. & T. P. Railroad- against chairmen for the important committees uf the new Democratic) House, Mrs. Knlaln Ackerm&i 'Judgment I A report has it that Senator W. O, and select a man who had been a I wns given in the court lxJow Tor I ur"ev WIU UB a candidate lor tue "fnilurp" over the heads of nil these $7,600 damages for personal injuries 1 next republican nomination for coV' The man who tries to argue that received by being ctruck by a' our at I Prtior, Bin'ce it is certain that ha b returned to the senate. , Helm lias been a failure in AicKinney. ftdidt Ttr tntmtttmttii In thli column for efllc, inkjftl to the demfttrttle primtrjt r ol etlon g, doing business in th town of county of Lincoln, State of Krntuckv at Hie elose of bUoinefS on the 18th dny f Alay 1012. Resources Loans and discounts with one or more endorsers or , $19,210 30 sureties Renl estate Afortgages . . 23,048 41 Time Loans on Collateral 2,010 25 710 90 Other stocks, bonds etc.. Due from Nnt. banks . . . 0,577 15 United States and National 3,207 00 bank notes MEN'S SUITS It is true that we must not judge a man by the Clothes lie lyears, and yet it' is equally true that a man's personal makes a great impression for or against Him. ap-peara- nee er er We cannot vouch for your con- iir duct or character, but if you come to usfor the clothes you wear we will vouch for your PERSONAL APPEARANCE. While we have plenty of odds and ends in good suits from which we make our low price clothes, and are glad to sell them at a low price, still our main business in done on suits for men at $15.00 to $35.00. Xhey are, of course, the very cream good, of the Tailor shops-matestyle and workmanship the very best. We are here all the time and want you to see them. rial I News-Journa- l) i oooooooooooooooooo ' H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky i-- 00. Cultivators We have the Oliver and Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators, ready for this Season. Try One .4311 W.EHiggins , transact business, To that end every convenience is provided; officers nnd employes are so situated that patrons is tho pleasant duty of every officer and employe of this bank to mako people feel ot bomo when they come here to .00104038 07 It Feel at Home v. may receive their attention without unnecessary delay. With unlimited facilities "for handling a large volume of business, and at the same tune giving patronB the best of attention, wo invite the nccouuts of those who require banking facilities. Tht Lincoln County National Bank Capital $100,000.00. Surplus $100,100.00, Resources $500,000 Corner Next to Court House Stanford, Kentucky p. you will open an account with a Btrong, progressive Bank that will protect your interests. Why not commence that account with us today? Organized 1882 Some Day Surplus $25,00 Capital $50,000; - First National Bank STANFORD, KY. 't can-Harv- - "T IISI mmmmmmw mWim"fti ijT!tiiifwi ahK.,jiH. i'ni'iiin""iiJ'ini Wi iiiti '"' . I.. yg'' p','"8j?413' THE STANFORD IMTERI0H JOURNAL STANFORD KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1912. MRS. LARAMORE TELLS JROUBLES USy is Go4wt:r Describes tier Distress Experience in4 Tells Hw She Was fhdlyHeHeveil Ooodwaier, Mo. ''Ever since I Wm little girl," ujn Mrs. Rite Lwmore, "I was a great sufferer from dyspepsia. I suffered misery after eating, and had terrible heartburn. I thought I had to suffer this way as loagas I lived, but when I began to take In small Thedford's dotes, every night, the heartburn wis all gone In a few days, and 1 could cat without distress. I took two small packages In all, and although that was some time ago, the dyspepsia has not returned. I speak a good word for Thedford's whenever 1 have the t Black-Draug- Mr. Lcc Ktiplcy is visiting friend nt 1'rcstonburg. Mr. Joe Will Kout, was here from Ilustonvillc ft short time Monday. Miss Margie Lynn in in Dnnvillc visiting her aunt, Mrs. Lognn Wood. Miss Mnrv Walker of Lnncnstcr. bus returned home after n visit to her mint, Mrs. J, 0. Hays. Mr. K. L. liottti wax called to lliehmond Monday by tbc illness of his baby, .Mr. George D. Wenren is ill ngnin nt his home, and bin friends are un- easy thnt he docs not show the improvement they would like. Mr. h. J. Lmbry, br., is confined to his bed ngnin at Ins home in the country, nnd seems to be getting ver feeble, his rannv friends will be sorry to know. Mr, Harry Tomlinson, Of Lancaster, passed througn here, Monday CHARLES A. HAZCN, CNARLCS L. WISE, V.-- ATmias, CIk financier THE LARGEST BANKING NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD PUBLICATION OFFICe 1 Why waste good dollars in big-ctravel when the Ford will get you there as quickly, as comfortably, as safely and at a fraction of the cost? Thousands of owners of more expensive cars are buying Fords this year because ot their minimum economy and d time-testear aa TUIPHONI tmmh STtn llll-llt- l niCTOR i ' NrutQork Lincoln County Mational Bank, Ky. May 29, 1912. Stanford, Gentlemen : Mack-Draug- ht He hnd been on hi ret'"it hrn to Cnmphellsville for n few days. Cabbell Owens nnd young son, of Somerset, were here Inst week on a short business trip. Mr. Owens is u termer Lineoinitc. Miss Maude Carter has returned we urge you home from Cnvc Springs, On., where It she taught last vear, Miss Josephine to try Thedford's cleanses the system, helps the stomach to Ilrtjllrll Irtlillied Willi her Blid WAR digest its food, regulates the bowels, and her guest for several doH. This statement reveals the distinctive character that Roll of Honor onstration, catalogues etc. Miss Lou J. Grnnt, the 1. J.'s very stimulates the liver. be numbered among such sterling Banks poBseBS. is indeed an honor to rjtrrwiiident It acts gently and Is without bad after- efficient Lancaster wns in Stanford Saturday, and wild effects. Try It. Price 25c. you will no doubt appreciate the opportunity which is open to you banks, and thin office an aiprcciotcd call. Mr. W. A. Yantis, of Parigould, to impress tho fact on your friends and patrons, present and prospective. SOCIAL and PERSONAL Arl:., who has b(cn idling his sisRespectfully yours, ter, Mr. W. A. Carson, left for Prof. E. U Gnibbs of I.ibcity. ricmiugsburg, Monday to Mbit his THE FINANCIER PUBLISHING GO. . TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS brother, Dr. Robert Ynntis. wo bere n sbort tunc Saturday. ( apt. Carlo It. Itnttniu r.nilRSFS- - Prenaratnrv. State Cer tlflcate. l S. Navy .Mr. 11. 1. Glnsscox find little by County Certificate Review. Life Diploma. daughter, hnve been visiting her and Attorney G. M. Smith motored Special. Tuition 'Free to Appointees, over from Richmond Tuesday on a mother, Mrs. Hose, in parksville. t to the former's sister, Summer Term Open June 17 Mfos Mnrv Pherp, of lliehmond. short President. Expenses Very Low. Ask About It. Artistic Catalogue Free. Address Iins returned homo nfter n visit to Mrs. M. F. North. Mrs. W. S. Fish delightfully enMrs. Itlehnrd Hooker. : : : Richmond. Kentucky : J. G. CRABBE. President. : : Mr. nml Mrs. M. K. Phelps have tertained Mr. nnd Mm. Itromley of W. S. Burch, of Lincoln County Contest closes June 29th. SHORT LOCAL NEWS f this city and Mrs. W. C. Fi-who is spending several days in returned home nfter n ifil tv tlirh' I'nint Lick n a dinner last Thurs, daughter. Mrs. Itichnrd Mocker. bns formally announced Lost. Folding pocket kodak; reHie hot sale Friday and Snturdav. ward for return to Dodd Skinner, his candidacy for Commonwealth's Mr. Will Hrady nnd dnuphtiTR day. Mr". T. J. Niccley was nt Crab June 7 and 8, at Miss Ella May Hustonville. 45-Attorney in the Thirteenth District. Misses Ornce nml Kntliennc spent Orchard Wednesday to see her sister buunders. Sunday in Louisville. Mr. Burch is the present County At Mis. F. II. Ilroyles who is very sick. Miss Kntherine llnrrio Iins returnLost. Baby's white coat, lost be- torney in Lincoln County and is one , Mt. Vernon Signal. ed to Lancaster nfter n visit to ber The I. J. enn get you the Louis- tween Turnereville nnd Stanford. Re- of the best known Democratic workIliginR and Missck Elizabeth father, Mr. Jlnndolph Hnrns. ers in central Kentucky. He is cer Times, daily, from now to Nov- turn to tbis office plense. Rnnev. of Stnnford. nttended ville 'M Mls Marion Grimes is visitinsr tain to be n factor in the race for for $1.25 cash in advance. ember the miscellaneous shower Mass Marher unrlc, Mr. Luther Givens in Everything going ul great reduc- the higher judicial position and the tha Hotiniel gave for the bride-eleDawn tion Friday nnd Saturday. Miss Ella chnnces nre that he will win. LouisGolden Opening. Hig Mr. and Mrs. David Seott have Mis Frances Metcnlf. ville Herald. big opening ThursStnnford, is Springs will have evening June Cth, May Saunders. Mrs. John Ham. of cone to Moreland to t Mr. Win. day aftemoon and here visituu: her fnther, Mr. Snm S. Spratt and family. One brindle eow und red heifer Hall game in nttemoon between Lost. At Crab Orchard Christian Mr. and Mm. T. P. Hodgett, near Tate, who ih ery ill. He had n and Middleburg. Hig sup- church Sunday evening, child's coat came to my place on Dix river about Timei. stroke of parnlysis.-SomersKidd's Store are rejoicing over the nfter 8 P. M. Good nnd cap. Please return to Shelby March 1st. Owner can get nme by Councilman Ed Wilkinson was per also dance body bov. arrival of a invitcu. irroving nnd paying for her keep and 45-3up town in an auto Inst music. Every Newlnnd. Oeorve Martin has returned fr.im nble to come ndvertiMnir. Walter Warren 45-Templar conclave at week, but is still suffering much tbc Knight enn furnish you T. D. Ncw-.nn-C Hot wenthcr is cominsr. leave vour big event in vith the rheumatic attack, his many Pari", which iirocd a Wanted sheen or cnttle to pasture, fresh Strnw berries cery dny by the order for a wickless oil cook stove. friends will regret to know. Masonry lft"t good fence, plenty of water, 1 2 W. H. Higgins. Mr Chnilie Johnson who was call quart or crate. Miss Lucile Diuldrrnr returned miles west of Kinir's Mountain. TeleLexington to attend home Fndav after a visit to her ed over from Owing to the high price of every phone Kinc's Mountain. Rintr 1 or See the special prizes on display Owens at Huston-ville- . circuit court here Tuesday returned Hunt, Mrs. Howeii thing to eat, we will be compellell to write Wavneshurir R. D. 4. E. Allen. home cdnednv after pining Mr. ... Pvnnv'a ilrilt? store. nt . ,...v -- o rniie our price on single meals to Rroughton n visit nt The woman of today who bas good Miss Mary Ihiddcrnr, of Gilbert's and Mrs. J. S. 35 cents, beginning nt once. Gover s Crab Oi chard. r. n nln . mm. rOnA An.- - 4 Creek, in viiting Miss Lucille health, good temper, good sense, 45-restaurant. Virgil Lee. of Hurlnn, joined Mr. describing, bright eyes and n lovely complexion, Saturday. Owner can get snme by uum-v- . Mrs. The. Currv. of Lancaster, his wife and bnby here Thr. nni'iiint-- ilnnoe nt Crab Oicll- - the result of correct living nnd good pning lor Keep nnu wi " was here Monday to fee her sister, They left Monday for Middlesboro, L. Cordier, Stanford, Ky. ard will be Friday evening, June 14. digestion, wins the admiration of the Mrs. W. A. Carson. Sbo went from where they will isit Mr. and Mrs. All the young folks in this part of world. If your digestion if faulty Frank Lee. liere to Panville, here she will isit BiiTT e omo Citt er Iclxbc. i the slate arc invited to be prcent. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver DnnMrs. William Warren, of r f" tablets will correct it. For sale by her daughter, Mrs. Fisher Gaines. iwnlor l cnt-Oscu-rnweeks mkr Mth that Atr h ruii J Mrs. Annie James and dnuubter, villc, lelt last week for Co, doimr J cmmi ttrtiitr ct U turn otr TolfOo. The best meal in Lincoln county Penn3's Drug Store. ID bualurM CUT U Miss Margaret James, nrc the guests visit to her daughter, Mrs. James itorrMtd. In n) that uld Bnn wUICOuntr " od' Hut ' for 35 cents. Give us a call and All-Wo- ol ftJ tor rrrrr IMLLAK8 The following soldiers of the civil of Mrs. James' brother, W. II. Wear-e- n Mnetif, in Knosville, Tennessee. OSCof IIUNDRCII ttut ctsoot t curnlrttt and iw ol we'll prove it. Gover's restaurant tr U' Thos. Smith, of tins county has rmM CUTia ClU. war were piesent: George Brown, and fmnilv. Miss James who has IHUt CiTiRH ciir.vr.v a voice of rare culture. dc'Hiled the gone to Woodard, Iowa, where he Sworn lo btor m ixl rnANK j tn mjr prfn(A lubwribcd We have for snle one heavy pint-for- Frank Mershon, John Watson, Jim at the Hanti-- t will make his home with bis daughter lb lib itj oi VtnmXxt, A II . int. eveinmr spring wagon, one light plat-or- Durhnm, George Brown, Bill Godbey, A W. OLEASOV. i i church Sunday "ith two solo. Mrs. Mary Todd. Bob Stevens, Roe Godbey, Ansel j spring 'agim, one two-hoNotaki ItlUC. f nnd .Messrs. Inciter O'Honnon Neither she nor her mother hac snrrev. one bnck- - Adams, John Watson, Bill McClure, lUHt CiUrrh Can to Uiro tctrrntllr Milo( aru rutti-v- . ine home, for some Wnlluce Singleton hae returned been here to their old tba King. upon tte Maul asd macoui rjrlcr lr boniil or lunabout; will sell or trade Jim time, nnd they arc being Riven n home from Lexington, where they kl'.J CIII..NCV A CO.ToitdO.0 for hoc-- , nnd cnttle. Call on or adSold br tU nrflErl. lit. moxt c.irdinl greeting bv their mnnv have been taking n eours; m MeJnmes Ellis, who was given n dress Masters & Howyer, MeKinney. death sentence tilt 1UU ai3uliu (or nxxtlpaUob. chanical Engineering at State Unifriends. stocked-u- p for participating in versity. the killing of A. J. Beatty and Squire There is one medicine thnt every Heath Lucy Lee Walton, the charmleadlnq comMiss Insure with the at Burnside, will go to the family should be provided with nnd ing daughter of Editor Walton of panies. Fish & Bromley represent especially summer electric chair nt Eddyville July 4th. (luting tho the Tunes, who has been attending n them. All lines. strong effort has been made to months; viz. Chamberlain's Colic, A v"'eiiunnr at Nashville, Tenn., is here have his sentence commuted, but Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It without avail. to spend the summer. Miss Walton Somerset Tunes. A I will be absent from my studio is almost certain to be needed. It will be a valuable addition to Someron Wednesday only for the present. ols but a qunrter. Can you afford Lmciln county jury sentenced Ellis set society and the many oung peo42-to be without it T For sale by Pen- to death. ple hero are glad to have her in otu Iiss Sncrny. you-le- W ny's Drug Store. Somerset Joqriml. Editor Jesse Alverson is sore beAgainst So Many Surgical Op- midst. Martha Hummel gave n pretMail order groceries, investigate Miss C. W. Kavanaugh failed cause Dr. Single meals are at erations. How Mrs. Bethune ty miscellaneous shower Wednesday nnd save money. John H. Digging, Gover's restaurant now 35 ecnts so to win as n delegate from this disbut we fed in honor of Miss Frances 40-trict to the Baltimore convention. well, you'll find they're worth every He seems to blame Madison and Linand Mrs. Moore Escaped. ufternoon who is to be a bride during Stnnford, Ky. Phone 74. Metcnlf 45-cent of it. The color scheme of thw month. coln counties for the defeat. Dan-MiBargains in Shoes. As wo have the decorations was pink nnd white. Advocate. Mo. "For seven vearslsuf- our line of Elkeston. Delightful refreshments were served decided to close out Extra prize offer closes June 10th I was in bed for four ferod everything. shoes we will sell at n bnrcain everv Mr. II. Rowan Saufley was here , 'iL! 1 nr flvn clv .,.. at ft time and throughout the charming hoursy duv until sold out. as follows: $3 ii'atfn'r r-- a hap-nt yesttrduy on his way back, from the so tbeie was music and bright and every month, and shoes at $2.75 and $1.75 shoes at Louisville Convention. Mr. Saufley toi.sls to the popular couple. Many weak I could hardly $1.50, $1.50 shoes nt $1.25, mcn,'s walk. I cramped and beautiful gifts were received. Miss tan low cuts $3.25 nt $2.50, all kinds and SURETY BONDS did faithful work in Lincoln county for the administration forces. He had backache and Homtiiel received in light blue voile nt lino been a long nud effective worker B.M.NEWLAND headache, and was nnd Miss Metcnlf wore a white voile of children's nnd misses' slippers tor his party, and if the present so nervous and weak trimmed in lace over pink silk with bargain prices. Come. We are glad BTANFORD, KY. would rownrd him with that I dreaded to see a pink picture hat. The afternoon to show our line of shoes. W. M. anyone or have any- - was one of great enjoyment to the Thompson. Holdiuu's Mill Kv. 43 a good position the uct would greatI onemoveintheroom. many guests. Danville Messenger. ly please a large number of lending I The doctors gave me democrats in this section. Danville I medicine to ease me . HOW THEY STAND Messenger. Suffered Ten Yeart Relieved in Three nt those time! . and I said that I ought to Months Thanks to I would not listen to Vote For Entries In L. L. Sanders' Shearer Alexander have an operation tnt nml when a friend of mv husband A happy weddmg was solemnized Popularity Contest. told him about Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg. Inst Wednesday May 29th at 3 P. M. ttiible Compound and what it bad dene SOME at the residence of Dr. Pearco in The following is the standing of wife, 1 was willing to take It. for his Danville, the principals being Mr. this week iu the picture of health and feel the contestants Kow I look the Wilson Alexander, of Lincoln county like It, too. lean do my own housework, pinna popularity contest being conand Miss Muude Shearer, of Wayne. cow. I can ducted by L. L. Sanders, tho husthoe my gurden, and milk a FEATURES Dr. 1'earce, the pastor of the groom tntertain company and enjoy them. I ling Crub Orchnrd merchant: uid the oeiemony. The attendants 215,070 can visit when I choose, and walk as far HU Garner PRODUCES HOTTER FIRE wore Mr. W. L. Weaver and Miss 214,070 us any ordinary woman, any day In the Mrs. W. D. Newlnnd Bessie Walter, of Lincoln. After reUSES LESS OIL month. 1 wish I could talk to every Ruby Pnrrisb 213,704 freshments were berved tho biippv suffering woman and girl." Mrs. Dema Mrs, Dove Garner 301.345 REAL PAINT GIVES QUICKER RESULTS THERE IS couple went to the excellent home of IitrntUNE, Sikeston, Mo. 120,080 Mamie llolmnn some stuff miied with the groom in Lincoln where n charmLyand also Murrayvllle, 111." I have taken I'JO.lO.'t SIMPLE TO OPERATE Susie Hutt cheapening materials that is not ing reception was given to the many dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Ida Lee Campbell 00,295 EASY TO CLEAN for a very bod case of female troublo Kvn Fletcher 29,502 worthy of the finmo. If you have friend of the bride and groom. Tho iride of the und it made me a well woman. My Mnhahi Howard 25.207 had experience with the latter kind known is one ladies, most fnvoinbly AND ALL PARTS REMOVABLE young of Wayne, highhealth was all broken down, the doctors Hertha Rogers KMitlJ O. U. VIZHK, Mt. Bterllng, Ky., ssys t you don't want another. If you ly c3teenied for her personal worth. an operation, and I was Hessie Reynolds- said I must have INTERCHANGEABLE. 3P4:t " hnve uitfered wltk kidney mad haven't take our advice and don't Mr. is one of the best ready to go to tho hospital, but dreaded It B.070 'bltdder trouble for tea yemrtpmtt. w Buy our real paiuts youiitomen of Central Kentucky, a experiment. Compound. Jewel Filncisco so that 1 began taking your 4,270 "jut March I commenced using and save yourself (disoppdintment Burcc-isfu- l Boie 1 got along so well that I gave up the Hattie farmer. Juid stockman, 1.2.T5 Perun and continued for three months. und official of tho McKeudree church money as well. Crab Orchard Kentucky. doctors and was saved from the opera- Nell Davis J.HM ,'I hajo not, wed It since, nor have I felt nnd tion." Mrs. Chakles Moore, R. R. Mnrie White Stanford, Ky. at Hubble. J, A. ALLEN. pain." Ruby Cresa l.30 No. 3, Murrayville, 111. If eating causes distress, r Dlack-Draug- Every "yoar the Roll of Honor means more - represents more - in American banking. To achieve the title is a distinction - to maintain it is a sign of success; and people like to do business with successful banks. A place on the Roll of Honor is like a nan's character- - it is something money cannot buy, but is won by merit and worth alone. Let ub congratulate you on the fact that your excellent institution iB represented on this year's Roll of Honor. Approximately there are Seven Thousand Five Hundred National Banks in the United States. Only Thirteen Hundred of these are entitled to positions on the Roll of Honor. efficiency. thousand new Fords go into service this season proof of tiioir unoniuileil rnor. it. The price is $590 for the roadster, $090 foi the five car, nnd $700 for the delivery enr complete with nil couipments, f. o. b., Detroit. See Win) E. Glover, Stnnford, for demSeventy-five It j2.(Z,- vi-i- Normal Oldl" b. Lom-iville- nw 2. Man-Moon- g. ct vi-.i- rius-touul- le et p. ( ws. NO TAXES on Your Clothes M- 1 i 1-- Dud-dera- 4. And you Owe It To Yourself To Wear The Best. Suits from Li-c- cov-rr- We carry a full line of them in m n coiiL-recatio- m " rs liL-l- S12itoS30 dlr-rt- Blue, Grey and Brown are popular WOMEN SHOULD BE PROTECTED 3. colors, and we have on a full line of them for your inspection. They fit you, they wear you, and cost i 2l iJ 2. than ever. :i 1 le , FIRE INSURANCE QjMMINS fe "EAREN Stanford, Kentucky J m KIDNEY TROUBLE PE-RU-N- REMEMBER THE FORD J1! &3 "New Process" i 11 Ale-iuul- cr L. L. SANDERS, v t ...j......,.. 't uii-- i wfM"iuate-t.,V- ' vr n&ym ?wvg rjTrM tmrnyammw iyi'H'llil"i'"n' iT" ill '"'"mi i'n"miTiiinnYiir nniiii'MMWWHiWWWWfWl " r . i J. IV THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUR NAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Tho highest price since 1SS2 was reached by beef in the wholesale market iu New York Saturday when it fold nt 13i cents a pound in bulk, It is said to mcuu fiotu 1 2 to 2 cents a pound increase Tor prime m ''at s nt tetail. Tho pnmnry cause of the high prices, the wholesale men is the continued scarcity of cattle. Small retail dealers continue to talk of ruination of their business because consumer. are greatly curtailing meat purchases. John It. Veager sold a bunch of 1,200 pound ciittlo this Meek to Mr. C. Johnston nt $o.50. Meier & Huffman purchased from J. C. and M. K. Allen, of Hustotiville, u bunch d of cattle ut 4 cents. 1-800-poun- TUESDAY, JUNE 4. 1912 head. W. A. Price, of Lancaster bought head of cattle from a Boyle county stock iirm nt $28 head. A. C Miles bought n cnlf from F. Brown for $20. 15 Horse and Mule Feed Alcorn and Oatequal, a well balanced feed, made of corn, oats, barley, ground alfalfa and molasses, 100 pounds to the sack makes 5 measured 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. pr ld I. Inquire Price Per bus. Per bag Per ton CguaC Tfus- - Junction City Miss Zann Breeding has returned to Pcrryville, nfter n visit .to Misj Mnrgnret Kcane. Mr. Kl!i Prcton Iins lcturocd from n visit to friends in Lebanon. Mr. Willinm Thnrp is in Springfield, superintending the running of nvr mill. Mr. John Nichols has returned to lii home in Perr.vulle, nfter bavins i(PM l4, calves, skeep is ft i H. Baughman Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. ITCHING SKIN Co. THE FARMERS Posted Fred Handorf. For Sale. Lare tobacco Ooode. bed. Monte Fox, of Danville, has been buying some cattle nt Mt. Sterling ut record prices. Josh O wings sold to Monte Fox, seventy five head nt 8 cents a pound; A. L. Tipton sold to C. C. McDonald, for the S. & S. Company, sixty two head at 7 2 cents .1 pound, and George G. Hamilton sold '2lfi head extra fine nt $7.80 a hundred. These prices are said to be highest since the war. F. M. Simms. who owns a 300- acre farm on the Kentucky river a iev miles above Tyrone, is the cham pion blue gvass laiser of this He brought to this office Mon 1-sce-tio- n. Relief in a Few Seconds Yes, an itching, burning, irrigated skin relieved tho moment Zcmog, touches it. Zeino is a clean, sol-inhealing wash, composed of Thymol, Glycerine, Witch Hazel, Bor-nc- ic Arid nnd other medicinal healZemo relieves nnd ing properties. cures every form of. skin and scalp eruption, nnd if you aw not entrrely (satisfied with results from the very .first bottle, druggists will refund your money. Endorsed and sold in Stanford by Penny's Drug Store. Bowen On Monday. June the 10th 1912 (County Court Day) I will sell to 44-- 2 J. C. McClary tho highest bidder, a splendid pony, half Shetland, 52 Spotted, fine style inches high. and action, perfectly gentle for ladies or children to drive not afraid of autos, city broke. Also a splendid two seated ponv trap almost new. Ponv trnD nnd harness will be sold promptly at 11 o'clock. Listen for Col. J. P. Chandler. W. P. Kincnid. A few registered Tamworth pig" for sale at real bargain prices. Send for description circular. W. A.. Cof43-4fey & Son, McKitmey, Ky. At James II. FullenwiderV sale of registered Jersey cattle in Shelby head brought a county, eighty-fiv- e cows total of $9,320. Thirty-fiv- e avernged $1G8,57, twenty heifers $91.20 and twenty calves $32.50 The highest priced cow was sold to Peter of Louisville, lor Lee Atherton, p. day a sample, taken from a 150-ucfield, that measured three and one-hafeet in length. He has lent-e- d the pasture to Danville parties for grazing purposes, nnd savs that frequently some of tho cattle get lost from view in the high blue grass Anderson Mews. William Carter sold his farm of 35 4 acres to J. M. McUraw. of Danville, for $5,025. cash. This land lies on the Lebanon road between the farms of Messrs. Eldrich Beam and J. It. Caldwell. Possession given nt once. Mr. Carter then bought of Mr. McGraw, his residence on East Main stieet in this citv for $2,500, nnd three vacant lots in Park Place for $000. cash. Mr. Carter has moved to the property and will reside in this city. Danville Messenger. For Sale. My entire block of single comb brown leghorns at fifty cents each (to make room for grow-in- ? stock.) A bargain if taken at once. Mrs. J. Mack Petrey, R. F. D. No. 1, Waynesburg, Ottenheim Box. re lf 3-- 41-4- p. I?. M. NEWLAND AGT. 43-- tf For Sale Second hand binder in UNDERTAKER AND EMIAI.MER Insure your tobacco against loss good repair. Sam Castello. STANFORD KENTUCKY. or damage by hail. $1.50 to $3.00 V. A. Lear, of Lancaster's enterOffice Phone 167. Heme Phwie 35. ner acre. prising stockman shipped a car-loa- d of hogs to Hubbard, Hans and Itaga-dal- e, at Cincinnati. 120 in the consignment, on last Wednesday, and a second car of first-claporkers to the same live stock firm on Thursday. The following nre some of Mr. Lear's purchases for these big shipments: From J. II. Thompson 72 d hogs at 7 cents per pound from A. It. Denny 57 185 pound porkers nt $7 per hundred; from hog-- , d James Sanders 35 ut the same price; from Thomas Henry 20 185 pound nt 7 cents per pound; from A. J. Mice 22 1G0 pound porkers nt the same figure; from J. W. Elmore 9 200 pound hogs at $7 per hundred. d A. C. Miles bought 20 hogs from S. F. Brown for June delivery ut 0 4 cents per pound. J. C. Fox, a prominent Lancaster trader, has ju-- t letumed from Pulaski county where he bought from 400 to 500 sheep, paving $3.50 per head for the better grade; the greater number of these Mr. Fox exported to Saddler and Co., nt Cincinnati, the remainder were brought to Garrard county. Mr. Fox also bought a huge quantity of wool fiom the Pulaski farmers. Lnwoou nnd Brown bought 50 lambs from W. T. Noel nt 0 2 cents per pound. W. T Noel sold a in Lancaster on colt t i Mr. Simp-o- n rouit day for $100. There are two ways of saving your money the foolish way Ed nnd N. B. Price, of Gnrrr1, nnd the wise way. The Foolish way is to put it wheie fire, bought 15 head of cattle from theft or other calamity can take it from you iu n second. and Fox. of Danville, nt $28 er The Wise way is to put it in n bank of good fetanding like ours, where it is taken c ire of in fire and burglar proof vaults. Follow the example of the best business men nnd farmers in this district stnrt an account here at once it is also the strnightest road to suecc-- and wealth. 43-4p. 1425. The foolish wav ss 180-poun- 210-poun- 175-poun- 3-- visited friends hete. Mr. V.. It. Galhrenth Is visiting her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Jen Knicht in Henry County. Mi Jane Shelby has returned to Danville, after a delightful visit t Miss Larinia McGraw. Mr. and Mrs. Chntles Hnrberson have moved from Danville into one ot Mr. it. S. Martin's houses, recently vacated by Mr. Ernest Richardson. A railroad contractor from Arte-mu- s was heio this week and took buck with him about 25 of the county's carpenters, laborers etc., to work on n railroad extension nt that place. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Minor have returned from Bradfordsville, where they isited Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Min or. Mr. A. Tribble is having some needed improvements made in and about his hoteL Prof. E. L. Grubbs, of Liberty, is here partly on business nnd partl to take his daughter, Miss Grubbs, to Liberty with him. The Embroidery Club meets Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J. R. Steele. Prof Howard Breeding, of I.Try-villvisited Mr. nnd Mrs. G. A. Dunn from Saturday to Monday. He came up on business. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. M. bpoonnmore, where left for Stanford Saturday, they expected to visit his parents. Mr. E. W. Thar;), of Brodhead, is woikiug iu the telegraph office at Shelby City, in the absence of M. II. Westerfield. Sir. Thomas Bodner nnd family expect to move to Louisville this week, in which city he has secured employment. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Roberts have returned from Richmond, where they were married and expect to go to housekeeping in about one month. Mr. Everett Owens has returned from Paris, where he attended the Knight Templar Conclave, and expects to go to work in Danville, where he will have the third trick in the train dispatcher's office, in a few weeks. Miss Annie Timoney, of Danville, took tho train here for Richmond Satin da v, where she will visit her siter, MNs Alice Timoney, who attends college in thnt city. The Junior and Fieshnian classes of the High School here will attend d the commencement exereie- - nt Academy, iu Perryville, on Thursday, after uhich they expect to give a picnic on the classic shores of hist oi ie Chaplin. Mr. and Mrs. Crit Itiffc nnd daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Riffe and Mr. McCobb and daughter, of lyione, Oklahoma, visited Mr. and Mrs. John F. Routon on Suiula.v coming over iu their automobile. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Adkhw and children, nie in Lexington visiting s. the former's biothcr Mr. James e, Elm-wooAd-kin- OATEQUAL EQUAL" "HAS NO As a perfect feed for borses, mles, colts, jacks, dairy cows, lanbs, bogs aid pigs, as an egg producer it aid A PERFECT FEED. from Ro,,ed 0at A I fORlV Mde Brewer's Grain and Cracked Pure Cane Alcorn .rV heavier than is in corn A Feed That Is All Feed. Oatequal, and is the working horse's friend. Corn, Alfalfa, Hay, Molasses. Oatequal and Alcorn are cheaper to feed than oats and cost little by the bag and less by the ton. THE OATEQUAL CO., Columbus, Ohio. SOLD BY J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO., Stanford, Ky. Albla DISCIPLES OF CHRIST DENY ENDORSEMENT TO LEAGUE Indiana Church With Two Hundred Thousand Members Takes Action. Indianapolis Ind. (Special Correspondence to American Advance.) of tbo At the Stnte Convention denomination known as the Discipleof Christ, at Hammond. Ind., May 15, the church repudiated the League in the state. The action of this laive denomination U significant, ns it is one of the larc-in the state of Indiana, with a membership of nearly 1200,000 and with 730 preachers. For years the church has indorsed the League and has appointed tl' church on trustees to the League Hoard, but there has been a growing sentiment for some time past that the league thought in.rre of raiding money thnn it did of killing liquor traffic, and nlo that it was little more, than n tail to the Itepiiblicnn party kite in the state. This is the first time thnt a large denomination has assumed such nn attitude towards the League in the tatc of Indiana. State Chairman V. W. Lough is n member of the church and was a delegate to the convention Adv.-l- t. Anti-Saloet Farming i well beffiiu nnd the la thes arc verv busy gardening. Kvert Oooch has been very ill but is now recovering. Mr. Hoscic Wheeler and wife Aero the guests of his father last week. The ieople of Olivo had a grand celebration Decoration Dav. Mr. C. I'nync nnd wife were visiting their son at Albia last week. Mr. Wallace Oooch nnd brother nre learning telegraphy nt home. Mr. Dirt Orcut has been verv ill f.ir some time. We are sorry to say that he is not improUug. Whooping Cough is not dangerous the cough is kept loose and expectoration easy bv giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It has been in many epidemics of this disease villi perfect success. For sole by 0. I Penny. when The negroes of Cuba nre fomenta rebellion and U. S. marines are protecting foreign roierty in the danger zone. ing D- - D itisnt TOBACCO RAISERS We Carry the Best Paris Green 1-- 4 lb . Frank Farmer nnd Miss Virgie Powder nnd Henry WiNon nnd Miss Lnui'-Damrel. were married last week in Itockcntle. Rev. Orcnr Minks, of Morelniul. is viiting Mr. and Mr. C. T. John-So- 2 lbs 5 lbs lib 10c 25c 45c 1.00 n. ill wUWJr 'p1 s Miss Lnvinia McGraw is in Danville, the guest of Mesdanies J. 1). Shelby nnd Forres't Johnstone. Special prices on larger quantities. PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. 1-- Lil-la- rd It is worse thnn useless to tnke any medicine internttllv for muscular or chionie rheumatism. All that is needed is n free application of Chan be i Iain's Liniment for sale bv Pennv's Drug Store. Evervthlnq for the Stable. of the horse may be had here. If vou need it halter, a blanket, a ctirrv comb, n brush, u clippci or any other m tide for the horse's. j2 ou'll find ' toilet come lieie for it. it as right iib can be both for youi l use nnd the comfort of the horse. Stanford. Ky. J. C. McCLARY, coir. foil a ' STATE BANK & TRUST CO., L. PENNY, V. Pres. Do You Want a Silo? This cut shows you what we are now prepared to construct. We haye 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 contracted for six and cannot build but a limited number, so you had better not delay, but get in next. We have the territory of Lincoln and Garrard counties. Telephone 136 :: l Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. j. d. eads, Mccarty, Pres. SALIN. Cashier. f! I. J. S. RICE, V. Pres. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, Car of Adrian Wire Fence Just Received We have several secondhand Buggies for sale i! SPECIAL EXCURSION The Highest CINCINNATI AND RETURN june igui. Sunday, -- Market Price will be paid for all kinds of Produce, s $1 ftouiMl IHTWJWJpl m HHr4tllBH HAftjAMBBjl SPECIAL TRAIN Round Trip Hides and Furs. See us before you sell, get price in country or delivered. HIeWHBIHHBI E. T. Pence Stanford, Kentucky 1 PHONE 153. Lvt. JUNCTION, CITY 5:35 a,m. PARTICULARS. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PHILLIPS Ch BROS., Stanford, ,Ky. H. B. Northcott a v. jaw j. 3el -