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Miss Mary Ellicf Anderson ..11.300 11.170 Miss Emma IIolUcluw Miss Elizabeth Stugg If.lJo 10.0U0 Miss l.ulu Hiker , Mixx l.ucy (loouh 10.870 10.030 Mtss Madid Butler Miss Roberta Iloltzclnw ....10,180 , Miss Mary Russell.. 10.130 7.110 Miss Lclia B. Jones Miss Bculah Hazlett 7,010 Miss Zctrn, Kubauks 0.070 0.430 Miss Bessio Hiffo Miss Lylo Cooler 0.010 Miss Oru Floyd R- -l 3,740 Miss Jessie l.ce Phillips 2,010 Miss Addio Scott 1.750 ESTAr.MRJIi:!) STANFORD, LINCOLN CQtNTi, hhXlllKY. FEIDAr, JUNE 7th 1P1? MOUNT WILSON In Tt'ESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. MRS. COLEMAN WINS $2,500 INSURANCE SPECIAL PRIZE OFFER CL0SES NEXT MONDAY NIGHT AT Who ..... HARVEY HELM ANNOUNCES FOR HrT." & '.. falU I I Ii Ill I Brilliant Nuptials Solemnized Lancaster Wednesday SUIT 9 O'CLOCK 26-Plr- ce ii P ii I Will he the Popular Younq .V Ladies to Win the Handsome (f. PEHt Silver Sets and Fountain Pens Given to Contestants' Who turn In the hiost money on Between May 25th and June 10th Get Every Available Subscription BeforeJCIosinq Hour, if vou Wish it to Count' on this Offer, for the Race Is Growlnq DISTRICT NO. 2 Fast and Furious and you Will Need Every Vote to Win. MUs Ada Wcsle 40.885 It. I .. iin9 4.. - itlXhn tMUUV WRTJii Lillio Henry imSWii-'ar- V 32.4J5 V V CONTEST CLOSES JUNE 29 Mis Azilc Klain Miss 27.230 Miss Berthu WW 21.045 20,210 Don't Fall to Take Advantage of Mi-- s Daisy Shuttles Every Opportunity to Secure Miss Willie Wilkinson 10.585 Votes and Subscriptions for the Miss Ruth Kcniio 10.1J5 13.170 Time Is Growing Short. Sec Your Miss Lottie Wcsterfield Friends and Acquaintances and Miss Jewel Friuicisco 12.8J0 Ret Their Promises Fulflllecf 6eL Miss Loretta Futh ......... 12.235 Mi- -t ' Liiwmn MeOrnw Busy at Once. 11.9.10 Miss Mac Cozntt 10.920 Jliss Huiryt Hurry! The Dig PrUe"Of Miss Murgaiet Leo Gnibbs ..10.795 i lMHMMIK Elsie .Morns 10.o95 fer will comq to u cloe next Monday Mrs Dick HamptonR-- 2 lU.'JUU night at 0 o'clock and if you wish 7.100 your subscriptions to count on tMs .Miss Alnitt Cosby Mis.s Annie Pollard 7.050 offer, be sure and get them ill 7.020 the closing hour. Tlioso living .Miss Snru Richnrdsou NnHiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii3iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii" n H.M25 outside of tbc city may until their Miss Sara Reed Miss Sadio Anderson 0.870 .subscript ions ami if tlio envelope is 0.045 postmarked not later than I) o'clock Miss Jennie Swope 3.950 thnt night, tbey will he counted on .Miss Stellu Sunders 3.425 this offer. The extra prises, con- Miss Jennie Lawrence 2.805 sisting of two Silver Sets Miss Mury Lear t 2.030 and two beautiful Fountain Pens will Miss L'na Miss Myrtle Brown 2.350 be nwnrded ns follow: 2.070 One Silver Set will be Miss Sallie Smith R-- 2 . . , 2.050 Formal announcement us a candidate for the Democratic nomgiven to tbc contestant residing in Miss Mary Steele 1.910 ination to succeed hit&bclf in the National House of Represerftntive-- , District Ko. 1 who turns in the mot Miss Mattie Wilmott 1.800 money on subscriptions Iwtwcen tlio Miss Elizabeth Tharc Unn'ey Helm, of Lincoln county. is ifinde today by Congic-smaMi-- s Allene Bourne 1.575 dntes of .May 25th and June lOtb. Such tin ttiiimunetMiHMit at ffie pioper time, of course was exOue II. I). Smith Fountain Ten will pected, for there is probably no voter in the Eighth district SCALPED THE REDMEN be siven fo the contestant residing who hu not known for n lomr time Ihut thoe who endorse the in District No. 1 who turns in the groat work Congressman Helm hns done in the service of his peosecond largest amount of money on Local Ball Team Defeats Indians In and that he would ple would insist that he Mand for subscriptions between the aloe Spectacular Game consent to go before the electorate again, giving a faithful account mentioned dates. of his stewardship, and inviting a full and fair inspection of eveiy One Silver Set will be The Cherokee Indian ball team detail of bis recoid, content thnt the voters shall judge hV worthigiven to the contestant residing in played the Stunford boys before u ness of their approval by the part be has played in the legislation District No. 2 who turns in the large crowd here Wednesday ntter-uooinaugurated and passed by the Democratic House in its battle for largest amount of money on subuud Statitord wuu m u between scriptions the date? of the plain people and their rights in compliance with the Denver rally at (be Jast ol the game May 25th and June 10th. platform. l u scute ot 0 to 5. The guuie was One !(. 1). Smith Fountain Pen won by the home teutu Congressman Helm bus served three terms, the first two as n alter it will be given to the contestant residmember of the minority party. His last term, however, has been that the ted uiuii had it ute-Iing in District Ko. 2 who turns in tuckcu uwuy. As the Indians are with n triumphant majority, which has made party history, and the second largest amount of inotiev coiisideied u ery liuij team to beat, conspicuously has the name of the member from the old Eighth on subscriptions between the nbow several Huston illo uud Lancaster Di(iict appeared among those who are mainly responsible for the mentioned dates. placers cuuie down to help ' locul fact thnt the election of u republican president is today well nigh The Rig Double Vote Offer which laus out, but the box score bhows i ipossible. was extended from last Saturduy that tbey Injured very little in the In cery way, Mr. Helm bus completely demonstrated his fit-will also come to a close next Monurn gettiug. for the position he hold. His woik speaks for itself. Washday night nt 9 o'clock. The star of the game wus n, ington correspondents of the daily newspapers during the pre-eon secomt lor btuulord. HOW THEY STAND TODAY term have devoted more space to the reMtlt of his elfoits than to lie hit sufely tluee times out ol lour nay other one member of the Kentucky delegation. A congresstnpi to the but, cured two runs man's la-- it assets are his experience and service, and there are while his base running wus specDISTRICT NO. t. sections of the country which keep their iepresentuties who have tacular in the extreme. The work K. HolUclaw .42,27.) MUs Margaret demonsti.ited their efficiency, in office a number of term- -, and 42,275 of John M. Waters wua also Miss Josephine Brady line, and Penny pitched u thereby secuie far better icsiilts than thoe which ae Miss Klizabetb lliggius ....30,200 He hud to, uowoer, Making n change, and sending new and untried members to work 32.205 treat game. Mrs. I. L. Sunders 31.900 lor the tuuler lor the red me wus Mrs. Mari-Hortowith the seasoned veteran. 31.720 viy Mroug. Miss Annie Middlelou All iiirttuue.of the vnluo of experience and service is shown in I'uu ol Uio ludiaiih, Tobie, b Mi-- s 30.810 Elizabeth Fox the selection of Mr. Helm as chaiimnn of the important Committee hud the index liin:cr on hi 30.110 inline, MlsS Muv North n Kxpeuditines in the War Department, one of the two chairmanMiss Gertrude Wilkinson ... 29.0G0 tell huud Mtlit wide open by huiug ships awaidcd to the Kentucky delegation when the Hoiwe was reMi-Rose McCormuck 27.410 it hit by one ol Penny's fast organized under Democratic control. Mr. Helm's work in that posiand mashed against the but, Mi-- s 20.270 Reynolds tion in the way of economics and reforms has been of immense curly in the game. He hud to uit Miss Elsie E. Coleman . , . 20,215 value to the country nnd - bi't nn enrnet of the further service 20,135 the gutue and will leturu home to Miss Anna Wnnen which be will be to "lis cotiMituents nnd country if continued in the Mary E. McKiuney ....20.020 Oklahoma. The manager suid that Miss this Indian wus playing bull in the iirld v.heie he has n'rimlv served so faithfully and well. 25.020 Miss Knte" Anderson A- - a member of the ' cnsii-- . Committee ho has tendered the far-- 1 25,115 summer to make enough money ,to Miss Elizabeth Carter of the Cairtrill Miss Delia May Lnwience ...2I.S50 take him through college. The nier- - gicat scmee in 'he piepaintjon nnd pas-ag- e Mi-- n 24.510 score: Lena Palmer to'.ncco bill. As ii member of the Committee on Insular Affair- - he 23.920 Stanford Jennie Pepples AB R II PO A K has labored to rid this government of the Philippine Islands that are 23.780 Wuteis c Clara Collier 4 1 3 13 0 0 a continuing menace to 0:c jvcace vf the nation, uud n heavy ex- 23.510 Penny p 311130 Miss Emma Meier pci-- c to govern nnl oonfvo". Mix Marv Mooio Rnnev ... 23.100 McCarty lb 411900 Mr. Helm's friends believe that the great mns- - of the voters of Mi-- s 22.170 Coleman 21. ....4 2 3 1 4 0 Bertie McClure of party differences, uie going to the iiafion thi- - fall, 22,050 Schooler hi . . . 4 0 0 2-- 3 Miss Elsie Singleton 0 demand an ei.itoi-cnie'f (be men who have worked singly nnd 21.750 Tmiey 3b Miss. Mary I). Heck , 4 0 0 0 0 'i g unselfi-hl- y term of for the mnimui good during the 20.085 Miller cif Mi Jennie Itaukin 400000 now di awing ton cloe. That be has stood in the 02nd Congri 20.045 Hicki. it Miss ilarv K. Duddeiar 3101 the foreftnnt of the battle no one can truthfully deny. A sympa20.580 li If Miss Kva Morton 300101 of his constituents over thetic iindfitnkiii of the needs nnd 17.555 Miss Lucile Crow 17.250 hi bus In mg' him verv closely in touch with them, and Miss Kffio Dryc .: TOTALS.. 33 0 8 27 10. 3 10,315 Miss Florence Dawes thf diameter of the fight made upon him hns aroused bis friends list llettio White vigor in his cause. to incren-e- d tJ 10.150 Indians AB It 11 PO A K J Hss Ruth Corking y 10.120 Hcriing Mr. Heim lui" always mnde bis political fights single handed 501020 hs 15.010 Chlldre.H Miss Josephine Morns in the open, on his merits nnd is identified with no faction or comrf ...,44 1 1 0 0 0 15,740 Miss Ida II; IVttiiK 401100 Tolosoe cf bination. 15.420 Miss Dollie Wileher Deer If ..v 401000 The result of the primary Aug, 3rd, 1912 will be n vote of conhit Bioiighton ...14.0110 Miss Mart Arkeketa 3b ... 4 1 1 0 2 2 fidence in him as n public servant. Miss Bessie McCormnck ....1.1,895 Hail 2b 411020 13.025 Miss Roxie Jennings 310900 Otoe lb 12.805 Innings Miss Ruth Tanner 12 3 4 5 0 7 8 9- -T Sunday School Convention Erwin c 4 1 3 14 0 1 12.300 Miss Mayme Holman Big Smoke p . . . 4 0 0 0 2 0 Stanford .,. 0 George A. Jopliu, who is leading Bishop 12.050 Miss Mattio Indians . ...0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 the Sunday School convention work, 11.010 Miss Minelle Pruitt TOTALS ..35 C 0 24 8 3 made n pleasing and iiistmcthe runs Stan-fi11.400 Summary Earned Miss Kell Buck ut the Cbristiuu church heie 1, ludiuns 2; thrco base hit hits Herring, Thursday before n largo congiegu-tioErwin; two base Several other good things are Wuters, Coleman; left on bases; THE INTERIOR JOURNAL during the convenon the Stanford 3; Indians 4; struck out Ballot This by 1'enny 13, by Smoke 14, base on tion meeting, which bids fair to be $500 POPULARITY CONTEST Must Be 4 balls off Penny 1. Passed ball-- by very enjoyable and instructive to ull Vpted on or who attend. Wuters 2; Erwin I; double piny Before Coleman, Schooler and McCarty. June 22nd. Attorneys C. L. Bagby, Joliu W. Umpire 0. L. Penny. Rawliugs, W. 11. Roberts and Henry Hiickrou motored over from DanFOR A Card of Thanks. District No Circuit Court on ville to uttend We desire to sincerely thank evAddress ,.. Thursday. They were driven here who wns so faithful during eryone in Kvit car by Funis Keller, of OrThis Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought; or mailed the long illness and recent death of lando, Florida, who is making u visto the Contest Department of the Interior Journal, will count our husband and father. J. A. King it to his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mny God bless you all. Mrs. J. A. for the person whose name U written thereon. J. K. Fan is. King, Mrs. K. Moore, Mrs. J. i ..These ballots must be fastened together in packages, enclosed in envelopes, before being deposited. S. J. Krabry, Sr., was somewhat Double vote offer closes June 10th improed the latter part of this week ns ilMKJBSKmESWLWSM ''MXJ'l8SBS!lllflfllSpEvHfiByllH WfiWv Svw . g.i.rrr slrtft"3Mi"HHfi"H wMi H&yH 'lfIVBlSHMB3iH " w KjtUvr ji VM"IBHMI"V"E!ilH 'WBBBBH ....... .... ) 'l7-B';SHli7n'i:'il- wBnuKiK r .... v'l ......... .... UBk. 'r''pj rNViH be-fo- re WH Ovei-sliec- e, n 20-pie- u, ial ea Lancaster, June G. One of the prettiest home weddings witnessed in Lancaster for quite awhile w.i thnt of Miss Mnrgurt enc .Mount mid Mi. Thomas Mosby Wilson, Wednesday afternoon nt 4 o'clock. While Miss Helen Gill play ed the wedding march, the fair bride came in upon the arm of her father and was joined by the groom, when they stood in the bay window which, had been artistically decorated with roses, ferns nnd palms. Rev. F. N. Tinder then scaled the marriage vows in a very impressive manner. The bride wns fmr to look upon, in n becoming gown of ivory satin, trimmed in chilTou roses, 'ribbon leaies, und dittcbe-- s luce, the bridal eil nttneh-c- d by n wreath of orange blossoms und a shower of bride's roses nnd valley lilies. Mis, Joan Mount, sister of the bride, wns maid of honor. Miss Sarah Daniels of Paris and Hon. J. M. Fnrru of this city furnished u pleasing musical progtaui. Miss Daniels rendering two beauti ful solos, Can Not Help Loving- Tlicc", and "Tliou Art .Mine All". .Mr. Fnrra nl-- o pleased the assemblage with two solos "Thy Blue Eyes," and '"Always." The huppy young couple left nt once for u liridti! tup east, extending their tour into Canada, nnd will be at home in Bowling Green in the early full. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wilson, Irvine and Allan Wilson, of Cave City, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Duerson. Mis. Frank Anderson and Miss Arabella Bogie, of Mt. Sterling, Mr. Douglas Riley, of Ai Inntn, Mr. und Mrs. Robert More-lancl- y Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Harbison, and Mnt S. Cohen, of Lexington; Mix. R T. Lownde-- , Miss Nan McDowell, Mi", and Mrs. Logan Wood, nnd Miss Harvey Dunn, of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McRoberts. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Shanks. Mrs J. S, Itice, Miss Susan Fisher Woods,! Miss Anna Davi- - McRoberts, of Stanford, Mrs. G. C. Anderson, of Mt. Starling, Mr. It. B. Woods, of Stanford, Sirs. Osee Huffman, of Louisville, nnd Mrs. Eldred Roderick, of Jacksonville, Florida. chnr-meneu- Court of Appeals Says Company Must Pay on Policy Carried by Late Howard Coleman. The Court of Appeals Thursday handed down n decision awarding Mrs. L'minn Coleman, of this city, mother of the Into Hovtard D. Cole-mn$2,500 on an Insurnnco policy which the young man had taken out in the (itbens Life Insurnnce Co., of Louisville, shortly before he wns killed in an accident vmi the L. & N. lintli ond. Young Coleman was the eldest son of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. It. Coleraun nnd wns n very popular ynnng man here and wherever he vai known. The insurance cqmpany resisted payment on the policy and carried the rase through the courts for over six veaTS, but the highest 'court now says that it must be paid which the many friends of Mr. nnd Mrs. Coleman will be glad to know. n, TWO MURDER CASES Set For Trial In Circuit Court Here Next Week. Civil business has occupied most of the nttentirtn of Circuit court this week, n number of minor civil cases having been tried while otheis hae been stricken from the docket, from one cnup or other. Judge Hardin is making good progress in getting the docket well elenned up nt thii' term. Two murder cases are set for next week. John Henry, the negro, who is charged with having murdered the Cincinnati Southern Agent J. A. Englcman nt King's Mountain several years ago, will be tried on Thurs-dJesse Brock, who killed James Brock, in the Drinning Springs section, in a family fight some tinie ago, i nlo scheduled for trial this week. nj V ne Hain-(oleiua- nt exeei-lionul- ly eoh-tnnt- ly n .... Smith, of near Brod-headied at their home, late Thursday evening, aged 05 years. She had been in ill health for a long She is survived by her hus time. band and six children, four sons and two daughters, the latter being Mrs. John Cress, of the Preachersville section, and Mrs. A. C. Hia)t, of Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Smith was a faithful member of the Baptist ' Baby Killed at Junction Citv church, and a member of one of the Junction City, June G. most prominent families of that secWhile ome children of Mr. nnd tion of the state. She was laid to f Benedict, better known rest, Friday afternoon after serMrs. George ns "Bud", were playing with a vices in the Oak Hill cemetery at wagon Tuesday evening, the two o'clock. vehicle got away from them while roing down a steep hill and little Victor Rosewater, a Taft man, Nellie Mahinu Benedict, aged 20 wa- - elected chairman of the republimonth- -, who was riding on same fell can national committee which is in off, the wagon ran over her little session at Chicago hearing contests body, crushing the life out of it. The over presidential delegate. Judge chi'd wns the baby of the family and A. f?. Rnrititm. nf T?irlimnml. Tvpn- much sympathy is felt for its par- tuckv with the ' member voted ents. Burial took place on Kooevclt men. Tnff mnn wnrlpil Ilia sfnnm rnllor in the Ohio republican state con State I'niversity made Gov., vention nnri captured the eight delegates from the state nn LL. D. this week. d, two-horse rv Mrs. Death Joe rf Good Woman s i- I bbbV'H k BBBr?BBH RHf 4K"flp BjBjBjBjBiV BH!lS'BBflBfl bMpbHH ino-pecti- vo I ut bMt epoch-makin- .... Jo-ep- 01 wi-h- c- ct MISS BERTHA WEST. District No. 2. hu-tli- ng MISS SCSIE ROBERTS "District No. 2. 0000015 X0 Over in Junction City, Ky. they nre having a merry vace, und the good people of that little to wn are watching the campaigns of their respective candidates with gre at interest. Almlo .. ,..v ...W .'."......I ....w.t. wo i,rnt.Aiit llin iitsfuroa of two of the most active contest-- e ants from Jiinctiou City, Miss Susi Roberts nnd Miss Bertha West, These two popular and ambiti ous young ladies nre striving hnrd' to win uud with the continued assist unee of their many friends, we look for them to be at the top of the lis t on June 20th. They nre doing ev-t- y cr, thing possible t put Junction Ci on the contest mnp und certainly n e the continued support of th p good people of tlin. town. de-e- 15 ad-dte- ss A Ballot Good For 5,000 Votes. printed in the lower left bund corner of this announcement. It is good only when accompanied by a two year subscription o the Interior Journal and must be pi esented or fient to the I. J. office with the subscription nnd countersigned by the contest manager. Bring this each two year turned in before June 15th. I th sub-cripti- u. Good For 25 Votes 5.000 VOTES be-fo- ie This ballot is good for 5.000 votes if accompanied by a paid in advance two year subscriiAion and countersigned by the contest mnnager June 15th, 1912 F. Countersigned by Mgr. Contest Department. luo contest manager will sign it and it may then be held in reseive until such time 03 you may wish to poll it. It must be brought or seut to the Interior Journal office and countersigned by the contest min-agbefore 9 p'clock June 15tb, er 1012. This Ballot WHI Not Appear Ajjajn. mjijmj,LJU..!!tm 'BB?!iiiNHKjfc" .f.i4j THE INTERIOR JOUIWAL STAMFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY. JUNE 7th 1312 STANFORD'S FIRST PAPER ESTABLISHED IN ISM "MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S ODD PANTS , Interesting Facts Cwicernlns Local Newspapers In Early Days Some Old News. dis-cdv- cr And now, while our stock is new, gf t your pick. Blues, Serges, Greys, Browns, Plaids, and White Flannels and White Serges. We have anything you can use in the work pant line. Mso"Pinchecks"in the "Sweet Orr" for the warm days. V 1 ' SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky " ' FRUIT AND SHADE TREES u SPRING SUITING My n$w spring And summer samples are now ready for your inspecStrawberry plants, Grape Vines, tion. They comprise the best on Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, the market I can suit anyone as to and Phlox. Everything for Orchard price who had his clothes made to and Lawn, Garden. Free Catalogue. "" order. A suit made to your measure No Agents. '"5V- is preferable to ready made clothes. Sons, To have them made to measure H. F. Hillenmeytr doesn't cost any mor than ready '" Lexington, Ky. made' when quality and fit is considered. Come in and let me take your measure. H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. VjT I J.L.Beazley&Co r aBBBBBBBBBBBBnBKeBw A BBBBBBBBBBBBBBHHHB ri m See Us Before 'Buying Your Spring Goods Have nice Selection of Druggets, Mattings, Carpets, Lace Curtains, etc. iThc Correct Styles in Millinery. Come and see our Stock and be convinced. G, AND UNDERTAKERS DEAL-E- R ALSO IN FURNITURE, RUGS. THEY WILL MAT-TING- S, FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE S, MT. U0BWB, ST 7 5nw Corsets You can make no mistake in buying Corset, price $1, $1.50 and $2. Also a full line of American Beauty Corsets, prices $1 to $3.50. a Warner's Rust-Pro- of Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford, Ky. White Shoes and Oxfords This will be a great season for white footwear, and we are pre-- , pared to meet your wants with a full line of Ladies', Misses and Children's high and low shoes. w. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky. In its interest!))),' eenrch to the dntc of the first newspaper published in Stanford, tho Interior Journal was informed this week by llr. J. I). Bastin, of the Highland section, that the trroecni- tor of the Interior Journal was the Stanford Herald, which wan established here in the year iSfiO. .Mr. Dsatin gays that Joe Burton brought a printing press from Somerset, where he had been running n pnpeA called the Gazette, and established the Herald, which was the first newspaper published in Lincoln county. Afterward, ho- - says, Mr. Parker changed its name to the Stanford Banner. The Banner evidently did not last lone, for soon afterward it appeared as the Dispatch with the late Judge M. C. Sauflev nnd W. II. Miller as proprietors. Thev soon disposed 'of this rmner to th tn'U "Ceoli" Cnranbell nnd D. W. Hilton, who changed the nntoc to the Interior Journal, which name it lias borne ever since. This information seems to establish definitely thnt the Interior Journal first saw the light in Stanford in 18G0. The complete files of the on per since the change of name to the Interior Journal arc in possession of the pnper, and nicely bound. Mrs. Lizzie Billion last week kindly presented two copies of the paper when it was known as the Stanford Banner, and Mrs. Malinda Stone gave us a copy when her brother, Hon. VT. II. Miller, wn one of the proprietors of tho Dispatch, as above fluted. Xhe oldest of these old copies is n eopv of the Banner of date March 19, 1808, that issue being o. 4 of Volume 3. The snbscnption price was $2 a venr. Some interesting facts arc gleaned from its yellow pages. Among the advertisements arc those of the following lawyers: II. T. Harris, W. II. Miller, of Stanford, J. A. Brents, of Albany, McDowell Foglc nnd Silas M. Adam, of Liberty, and Frank Wolford, of Liberty, A. F. Merriman is advertised as n "sunHenl -- ml mechanical dentist," nnd VCm. E. Dniley and I. Wi Logan as physicians and surgeons. S. D. Myers had about n quarter of a page for his undertaking advertisement. J. M. Dodge in advertising his photograph gallery told his patrons to "seenre the shadow ere the substance fades." P. M. Tnlbot advertised his drug store, next door to the Myers house; D. W. Vnndcveer was n dealer in dry goods, groceries etc., M. V. Smtih and B. Withers advertised the great stallion Bay "Dick; Capt. Thos. Itich-arhad foT sale watches, clocks, silverware, jewelry etc., in Talbot's dnnr store. The trustees' of Stanford by J. It. Alford, iresident of the board were then as now advertising for bids for "curbing nnd puveing sidewalks." C. II. Rochester and Son, wholesale and retail grocers and commission merchants carried n quarter page advertisement and quoted prices on goods some of which will make present day buyers open their eyes. Wheat was quoted at $2 to $2.23 per bushel, oats at 7o cents, meal 90 cents and $1, bacon sides 35 cents, flour SO and $7 a hundred, coal oil 75 cents a gal-Iowool 25 and 28 cents. The New York cattle market was quoting beef cnttle nt 37 cents a pound. The roster of the county officers showed Jesse F. Cook, county judge, K. Carson, clerk, Robert Blain, county attorney; Sidney S. McRobarts, circuit clerk, James P. Bailey (pressheriff, W. B. ent county judge) Withers, deputy sheriff, R. M. White jailer; David W. Vandeveer, county treasurer. Among the candidates announced for Circuit Clerk were George D. Wenren, V. II. Miller, S. S. McRoberts, and John Bright. Among the other advertisers were Joe Severance dealer in drui's. medi cines, chemicals, paints, etc., Shite & Wolsey, proprietors of the bar at the Yates House, Peter Slraub tinware and stoves, , John B. Dennis, carriage maker and repairer, T. T. and of the Napier Davis' saloon House at Liberty and the Ingram House nt Somerset. The Democratic Executive Committee of Lincoln county is named in the news columns us J. A. Harris, J. W. Alcorn, Cris Englemnn, Thos. Welch, Col. J. W. Grigsby, P .M. Talbott, and Col. R. J. Breckinridge. At the mast head ot the paper is found the name of iJohn W. Stevenson, of Kenton as a candidate for governor. following were named as The audits of the lianner and authorized to receive and xeeeipt for subscription money: J. D. Swope, Turners-viliF. P. Bland, Hustonville, M. 0. Vnndeveer, Crab Orchard, Charley Kirtley. Mt. Vernon, J. It. Richard son, Somerset, Charley Adams, Mon- tioello, Will F. Nnpier, Liberty. J. C Swcneey, Lancaster, J. W. Trtttle, uviu'buri'. G. O. Fair, Middle-burt- r. Democratic election officers to conduct tho party's primary for circuit clcik nnd sheriff wen! n follows: Stanford, Wesley Rout, It. B. Woods, Bailey Withers, John lleid, ,Hirnin Roberts. (rob Orchard: Hobert Stewart, L. II. Bryant, Will Stewart, Wuynesburg, Jl Eubnnks, El Pndirctt. C. Br.rwn. B. P. Eubanks. Hustonville, Mat Sandjdge, "W. C. Bailey, J. M. Cooke, Walnut Flat; ds n, e, ffoi tmttlml nritmn,t at Scott's Emulsion' cefkUtni vhal itUt ia CMKBtrata4 farm mi 4W. trmvtM tktm mH m ti hmr wrtamrt Uaiafl Hi mm. 1 Scon it WnemMd. it. J Ik... prf MEN'S SUITS e; hw, U-- II D. Newlnnd, R. II. Pleasants, Crnig Lynn, C. M, Jone, Turners-illL. D. Good, W. Mounce, John Cash, J, D. Alcorn. The paper also tells oi a meeting of Fanners' club in "Stanford with the following officers: J. S. Murphy, president G. II. McKinncy, secretary, II. T. HarA. It is true that we must not judge a man by the Clothes- he wears, and yet it is equally true that a man's personal makes a great imap-peara- nee ris corresponding secretary, and James Pnxton, treasurer. .Theic are practically no pcrsonnN id the old pncr. or local news-itemmc't of the rending matter neihg stories nnd notes on reconstruction hniixninrs in the southrrn stairs. The Infeno Jnumnl would amire- cinte greatly any other old copies of these papers, ns it desires to add tliem to its file vf the old s pression for or against him. con- of-da- y Moreland. nnnnln nf iha Ptirietiiln nlmrnli nt this jilnce hnve bought n lot from Mr. Wiglmin nnd will begin rcnl soon on their new chinch. Rev. W. G. MontenmTV w linlilini a protracted meeting in Adui'r coun VIlA ty- - we will vouch for your PERSONAL APPEARANCE. duct or character, but if you come to usfor the clothes you wear We cannot vouch for your Mr. Sinkhorn, of Junction City, fell while painting the house of Mr. Rnndolph Coffey, Inst week and bioke his arm. Mr. Walter Moser and Miss Lucy Minor attended Hie ronntv nwntino nt Mt. Moriah Inst Snturdny and rcrc tne guests of Mjss Myrtle Mor.- Miss Ethel Cone will leave in June for lown to spend several months with relatives. .Miss Bnllard, of Lancaster, is the guest of Mrs. J. K. Helm, Jr. .Mrs. btraiib, of Stanford, visited Mis. B. B. Kine. air. 'ount Mvers. of llnvl.. nrmntv Was OVCr to vif.it llid tir'nttior. ff Jnh Myers this week. Mrs. Ge rge Rout and son, of visited Mr. Sam Bishop, !nst week. Mr, Bud Myers and family, of Georgetown are the guests of Mr. und Mrs. John Myers. Mr. Louis Kincaid, left this week for a visit at Paint Lick. Miss Covert, of Junction City, ha been visiting nt this place. Miss Lonnie and Beniiie Goode of Stanford, have been visiting Miss Lcliu Jones. Last Friday evening, Miss Mnttie Bishop gave a birthday sociul to her friends of her neighborhood. The hours were from 8 to 32 and ns Miss Bishou was verv nlfrnntivn lin.itat.ii nil seemed to enjoy themselves., Re- iresiin-.entwere served, alter vihielt she received a great many nice presents. Thofce present were: Mr. Walter Moser, Miss Minnie Mareum; Mr. Clay Davis, Miss Bessie Pur-duiMr. Ott Mvpra lUa I tin Jones. Mr. Clifton Snndidge, .Miss Lula Rout; Mr. Ed Davis, Miss Ethel Cone; .Mr. Madison Sandidge, Miss Maine uisnop; .Mr. Louis Kincaid, -s n: 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 Idw price, still our main business in done on suits for men at $15.00 to $35.00. They are, of course, the very cream good, of the Tailor style and workmanship the ,. very best. We are here all the time ana shops-mate- rial want you to see them. loooooooooooooooooo H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky Cultivators We have the Oliver and Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators, ready for this Season. Try One MlSS ivu-no- Mubcl Hanson, Miss Ada Pruitt; Mr. Noah .Miss Lonnie Goode; Mr. Ben Pruitt. Miss I.nln Knilu- - MUs Etta Myers, Mr. Geo. Hubbard; Mr. Robert Carter, Miss Eva Moser; Mr. Emmis McClure. Winelln I'ruitt; Mr. Jess Rout, Miss Lucy Minor. Mrs. M. A. McLaughlin. 532 Jnv St.. LaGrosi, Wis., writes that she suffered all kinds of pains in her back nnd hips on account of kidney trouble nnd rheumatism. "I got some of Foley Kidney Pills and ut ter takmi; them for a few days there was a wonderful change in my case, for the pain entirely left my back nnd hips and I am thankful there is such a medicine ns Foley Kidney Pills." Shugnrs and Tanner. There came to .my place, a steer. Owner can get same by describing, paying for keep nnd this notice. W. L. Cordier, Stanford. Ky. ilcClur". r. .Inrnps W.EHiggins transnet business. To that end every .convenience is the pleasant duty of every officer and employe of this bank to make people feel at home when they come hwe to It Feel at Home Hai Fatting? You certainly cannot lose your hair and keep it, too. Which shall it be? Lose? Then do nothing. Keep? Then use Ayer's Hair Vigor. That is about all there is to it. Ayer's Hair Vigor is also a splendid and c It keeps the hair soft and smooth and greatly promotes its growth. It does not color the hair. Consult your doctor freely. Doctors hair-dressihair-toni- is provided; pfficers and employes are so situated that patrons may receive their attention without unnecessnrv delay. With unlimited fncihties'for handling a large volume of business, and nt the tame time giving patrons the best of attention, we invite the accounts of those who require banking facilities. Thi Lincoln County National Bank Capital $100,000.00. Surplus $100,100.00. Resources $500000 Corner Next lo Court House Stanford, Kentucky you will open an account with a strong, progressive Bank that will protect your interesls. Why not commence that account with us today? Organized 1882 Some Dav Surplus $25,00 Capital $50,000; are studying these hair questions imuch more than in former days. .. by First National Bank STANFORD. KY. th. J. O. ATM CO.. Lowll. Hill, w;Vf'iFJfcvMtetitt7iiptia U.i.Jl re5TBTHT. , .tv. .m jmiT !. au jjjim, THE INFERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. JUNE 7th 1912 3 at Stanford Saddle Class 1J9. Best stulhon 3 yenrs old nnd under 4 $15 HO. Bet etulliou, 4 yeais old and over $20 High Acting Class 10.00 15.00 Come N Tb The Old Fashioned Country FAir -- Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias, AUGUST 21. 22 and 23, 1912 RULES FOR GOVERNING FLORAL HALL 1. No charge for entrance. 2. All entries must be mude ly 3 o'clock 1. M. Tuesday, August 20lh. 3. The Secretary will be on the grounds the dny preceding the fair for the purpose of making entries. 4. When tlicr is but one entry mnde of nny description, nnd the judges do not consider it worthy of u premium, they shall no report, nnd no premium idiall be given. C. All premiums pnid in cash, unless otherwise stated. in Floral Hnll will be required to C. All lupous entering article leaxe them until Friday, 3 o'clock l M. 7. The ownership ot articles wiii be withheld from the judges. No person allowed in the hnll while judges nre awarding the premk iums, except the officers. 8. Articles for exhibition itent by mnd or express must be prepaid. 0. All articles entered for exhibition, the association will be for, farm products and vegetables, must be grown in this yenr "ml by the exhibitor or some member of the fumily. Any exhibitor misrepresenting nil nrticle as to condition, quality or ownership, shall forfeit the premium of the name. All articles cirtetcd in this department, mint remain until the clone of the fair. 10. All exhibits will be carefully guaided, day nnd night by watchmen. Class A. Fancy Work. 1. Best.Fnncy Couch Pillow .'....,... 1.00 . '. . . $1.00 2. Best Swcimeri Iri-- h Crochet 1.00 3. Best Crochet Table Linen 1.00 4. Beit Lace Handkerchief .1 s . 1.00 5. Best Kmbroidercd Hnndkerchief 1.00 0. Best Infant's Outfit (three or m.rre pieces) 1.00 7. Best Specimen Crochet work, 1.00 8. Be ft Shirtwaist, (hand embroidered nnd hand mnde.) 1.00 9. Bevt Centerpiece, (any kind) 1.00 '10. Best Kmbroidered Towel 1.00 '. 11. Best Towel, (Crochet Edge) 1.00 12. Best Specimen Tatting ., 13. Best pair Scalloped Billow Slips, (with initial or monogram) 1.00 1,00 11 Best Fumy Bag LOO 15. Best Silk Quilt 1.00 10. Best Knitted Counterpane 1.00 17. Beit Crochet Countetpane L00 18. Best Crochet nnd Kmbroidered Counterpamj 1.00 19. Best Embroidered Lunch Cloth. 1.00 20. Bet Braided Centerpiece 1.00 21. Bet Fancy Aproi.. (iny kind.) 1.00 22. Beit Embroidered Corset Cover ! 1.00 23. Best Set Crochet Table Mat 1.00 24. Best Set Embroidered Napkins 1.00 25. Best Fiench Embroidered Night Dress Class B. Children's Department. com-H-fiit -- : For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F, CUMMINS, Secretary. Best Best Best Best SO. Best S7. Best 82. 83. 84. S3. 83. Bet 89. Best 00. Best HI. Best 02. Bc-- .t Read this Splendid Premium List 2.00 1.00 2.00 LOO t l3. Best 01. Beit Wheat, (1-- 2 bushel) Oats, (1-- 2 bu.hel) Tobacco. (1 stu'k) grown in Lincoln County Pumpkin, (weight nnd size to be considered) Wnteiraclon, (Weight nnd size to be considered) Cantaloupes, V of more.) Class H. Flowers v. Sword Fern '. Boston Fen Geranium . Foilage Plant r.pa rags-- ! Fern :, Potted Palm .'..... Display Cut Roes FIRST DAY AUG 21. ' First Second 5.00 5.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00) 1.00 1.00 1.00 ' 141. Best more or gehhng any age $20 15.00 5.00 . Must be shou in heavy harness, and curb bits, and either docked or cobbed. First Second 14- ....Heat mare, or gelding -. Roadster Class 3"yenrs old and under 4 $20 15.00 First Second 5.00 Second 5.00 Harness Class. 14.1. , First Second Best Pony und Big $7.00 $3.00 Tho entries in this ring will form in front of the court house, on Main street at 9.30 A. M. on Wednesday the first day of the fair, und headed .by the Band und Officers of the Fair, will march to , the grounds. The reward will be mude by the. vote of the spectators. The entries of thi ring must be given by boy or girl under 12 years of age, und uJay be driven single or double. Pony or ponies, vehicle, harness nnd occupants will be considered iti awarding the premiums. Cattle Jersey Cattle. First Second 90. Best Jersey cow, 2 years old nnd over, f 10 $7.00 $3.00 97. Best Jersey heifer, underN2 yeurs old, $10 7.00 3.00 98. Best Jersey bull, nny nge, (nge considered,) $10 . . .7.00' 3.00 99. Besrt herd Jer&eys, consisting of 1 bull and 3 or more 1)3. Best rockaway marc or gelding $15 Sweepstake Saddle Class First 10.00 - 144. Best saddle stallion, mare or gelding $75 $40 1st; $25 2nd; $10 3rd Mule Race 14)). To First Second run 5 times around ring, best 2 iu 3 heats, $10. 7.00 THIRD DAY. AUGUST 23. First Second 3.00 ' .0. .. ' Horses Harness Class 140. Best stallion 2 years old and under 3 $15. First Second .10.00 J 5.00 First Second 7.00 3.00 Saddle Class .i47. Best stallion 1 year o!d and under 2. $10 Special Class 143. Best mare and colt, (Colt at side either sex gardless of breeding) $10 : Cows, $15,00 $10.00 5.00 First Second re- Beef Cattle. 7.00 3.00 First Second 100. Best male any age, $10 101. Best femule, any age, $10 Mules Mule Class 102. 103. 101. 105. 100. $7.00 . Saddle Class , J7.00 ( $3.00 3.00 First Second 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 10.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 5.00 Second 3.00 3.00 3.0O ( 149. Best Stallion 2 years old and under 3 $15 130. Best Mare 4 years old and over $15 , New York Saddle Class 151. Best walk-trot First Second 10.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 .... Best Best Best Best Best mare mule colt under 1 yenr $10 horse mule colt under 1 year $10 marc mule I year old and under 2 $10 Hone mule 1 year old and under 2, $10 mare und mule colt, (colt at side) $15 Horses age, $15 end canter mare or gelding, any Roadster Class' First Second io.OO 5.00 ,... 125. Best mare or gelding, any nge, $20 First Second 15.00 5.00 1.00 years of age) 2'J. Bet Precd Doll (by child under 27. Bet Doll Outfit (3 or mora pieces, by child under 12 L00 yenrs of nge) 23! Best Secimen Embroidery, (by child under 12 yean of age) 1.00 29. Best Couch Billow, (nny kind) by child under 12 yean L00 of ace 30. Bet Hemstitched Handkerchief, by child under 12 jenrw LOO of n?e 1.00 31. Beit enke, (Any Kind) by child under 12 yeurs of age 1.00 32. Bdt Bin Cushion by child under 12 years of age 33. Beit Specimen Hnd Painting, (water color, by child 1.00 under l.'i years of nre Class C Art 1.00 31. Beif Specimen Hand Painting, (Water CoMrn.) 1.00 Amateurs' only 1.00 33. Beit Specimen (rayon Work (Amateurs only) 1.00 30. Beitlluiid Painting, (oil.) umntciirs only 37. Beit doeit hand painted China Plates amateurs only) 1.00 dozen 39. Be-- t hand painted Cups and Saucer .1.00 (Amateur only.) . .' 39. Best hand painted Siurar Bowl and Cream Pitcher. 1.00 (Amateurs only) 1.00 only.) 10. Best hand painted Salad Bowl, (amateur 1.00 only.) 11. Best hand painted Pitcher, (timntcui-42. Best display of Hand Painted China, (any number of 2.50 pieces.) amateurs only Class D. Familv Produce 12 107. Beit horse colt under 1 yenr old, $10 7.00 103. Best filly "colt under 1 year old, $10 7.00 109. Bett mure or gelding J year old nnd under 2 $10 . .7.00 10. mare or gelding, 2 years old and under 3, $15 10.00 110. Beit mare or gelding 3 years old nud under 4 $15. $10.00 First Ponies 153. Best pony ridden by boy or girl, rider not to be over 12 years of age $10 7.00 154. Best fancy turnout, pony to be under 54 inches, decorations considered driven by boy or girl $10 . .7.00 Three Gaited Combined Class I 155. Best mare or gelding, any age, $15 10.00 First Second 3.00 3.00 Bt 5.00 5.0O Phaeton Ponies 111. Best phnetou mare or gelding and undei, $10 N First Second 5.00 any nge 14 , 2 First Second hands 7.00 3.00 y... .... Special Class 112. fimoy (nrpout, single horse, decorations not considered, Stallions barred. $10 Walking Class t First Second 7.00 3.00 First Second 113. Best walking mare or gelding, nny nge, (soundness not considered) $15 10.00 5.00 - Harness Class First Second 114. Best pair n.nres (jr geldings nny ace $15 10.00 115. Best MaUiou 3 years old and under 4, $15 10.00 110. Best mare or gelding 3 yeais old and under 4 $15 10.00 117. Best 5.00 5.00 5.00 1- -2 Harness Class ' First Second 150". Best mare 4 years old and over, $15 10.00' 5.00 157. Colt stake (Futurity.) The money received for entries in this stake, will bo divided a follows, 50 per cent to 1st per cent to 2nd; 15 per cent to 3rd; 10 per cent to 4th. Winner of this stake barred from all other colt rings. Saddle Class First Second 153. Best gelding 4 years old and over, $15 10.00 5.00 Special Class First Second " 159. Best fancy turnout, no decorations, (Stallions Burred) $10 7.00 3.00 25 ' Model Ring 100. Best stnllion, mate or gelding, $10 pair ni. s Roadster Class r.ge, rcgaidlcs of sex, color or First 12.00 First Second 7.00 v 3.00 Second 5.00 Harness Class. Second Third 8.00 5.00 ownership, $25 118 Be.-t- t 43. Beit White Mountain dike, (Layer) 4 1. He.it Sponge Cake 4.r. Best- Chocolate Cake 40. Best Cocauut Cake -- .'...;...., .- LOW 1.(10 17. Best Angel Food Cake IS. Beit Devil Food Cake '.'... 49. Best Marslunallow Cake, 30. Best Plate Beaten Biscuit, (one dnreii.) Bet Loaf Salt Hiiiig Light Bread 52. Best Home .Mnde Cheese . TiH. Best Pound Butter Cfoss E. Preserves f)i. Best jar GriiH Jcllv fi5. Best Jar.Plum Jelly ' flO. Host Jnr Crubapple Jelly r,7. Best Jar Apple Jelly r.) -. v". 1.00 1.00 1.00 1,00 1.00 1.001 1.C0 111'. Combined Class mure or ae'ditig, nny age, $25 ....12.00 5.C0 8.00 Roadster Class First Second Third Best stallion, any nge, $35 5.00 10.00 .20.00 First Second SECOND DAY AUGUST 22. Jacks, Jennets and Mules 10lvBest .pair any nee, regardless of sex or ownership $20 . y Combined Class 10:'. First 15,00 V First Second 120. Best jack, nny use, (nue considered) $10. . . ..7.00 3.00 .2l. Beit jennet, nny nge, 3.00 cons'ideicd) $.10. . ..7.00 Mule Class First Second 122. Best mn iv mule 2 years old and under 3, $10 3.00 .7.00 123. Best horse mule, 2 years old nnd under 3, $10, 7.00 o00 124. Bes--t mare mule 3 years old and over, $10 .....j.7. 3.00 125. Best mine mule 3 yeiirs old.nufl over, $10 7..00 3.00 120. Best mule any nse, $15 10.00 5.00 127. Best pair mules nny age, regardless of sex or color, $15.d0 5.00 $10.00 To he shown to farm wagon, with heavy liunien. 12S. Mule colt stake (Futurity.) The money received ftom entries in this tal:e will bo divided as follows, 50 per cent to lot, 25 per cent to 2nd, 5 per cent to 3rd, 10 per cent to 4th. Winner of this stuKe burred' from all other cult riiiirs. (a-.'- f First Second stallion any aee $20 15.00 5.00 Sweepstake Roadster Class 1G3. Be.sfstullion, male or gelding, nny nge $751 $40 1st'; $25 2nd; $10 3rd 101. Woibt Turnout, $10 7.00 3.00 Bet - POULTRY DEPARTMENT il. '1.00 1.C0 Rules 1. Thi! Miles for judging will be the snmn ns Biosb in tlioVFnericnu . j , ..t, ; LOO Stilliduid of Petfvclioli. ). LOO LOO LOO 1.00 Best. Jnr Peach Preserves 1.00 J9. Bes't'jar St run berry PieserveS . 100 ..- -. 00. Best Jar C hei ry Preserves , 1.00 til. Best Jnr Pcnr Preserves ' 1.C0 02. Best Jar Plum Preserves 1.00 03. Pert Jar Blackberry Jam . 1.00 ,, 01. Best Jar lloiicy (l.'i. Best Jar Softr Pickles 1.00 , 1.00 I0. Beit Jar Swiet Pickles '.t . 07. Best Pisphiy of Jelly and Preeii' (by ami one person) ..2.00 Class F. Garden Products 1.00 03. Best Sweet PotatocR (1-- 2 bushel) 1.00 00. Best Irish Potatoes (1-- 2 bushel) ...1. 1.00 70. Best Tomatoes, ( 1 dozen) L00 71. Best Cabbage, (3 heads) LOO , 72. Best Onions (I dozen) ..'. S. LOO 73. Best Beets, (1-- 2 down) 1.00 74. Best Cucumbers (l- - dozen) Class G. Farm Products I LOO 7! Best Peck Peaches LOO Best Peck Peal 70. , J.00 77. Best Peck Apples, (nny kind) .. L00 78. Best Plate Gni"pe8. (any kind) .". 1.00 79. Bes( Plate Plums, (any kind) 1.00 80. Best White Corn, (1 dozen earo) LOO St. Best Yellow Corn, ( dozen ears) T)S. l .... -- Draft Horses. ( First Second 129. Hot tilalliim, any age, $10 130. Best mine or gelding, nny nge $10 .... 7.00 7.00 3.00 3.00 Horses Harness Class First Second 5.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 5.00 3.00 Best gelding 4 years old nud over, $15 .10.00 132. Best filly colt under I year old, $10 7.00 13". Best horso colt under I year old, $10 7.00 131. Best mare or gelling 1 yenr old nnd under 2, $10. 7.00 Best maro or gehhng 2 years old nnd under, 3 13 1 10,00 $15 135. Best stallion 1 year old and under 2. $10 7.00 2. I'll. .. , s v Ponies. First Second 3.00 3.00 3.00 130. Best mure and co!t, (mare 43 inches and under) $10. 7.00 137. Best stallion, mare or gelding, 52 inches and 7.00 under, (Show optional) $10 7.00 133. Best pony driven by boy orgirl $10 011 the grounds by 3 o'clock P. M. Tuesday, August 20th. 3. No birds e'nlered'ir. this show will be allowed to be icmuved frim the si omuls until closo of the fair. 4. Exhibits will be guarded day and night, by competent watchmen. r. Exhibitors iuut furnish their own coops. Birds sent by express must be prepaid. Poultry Department 1C1. Bailed Plymouth Hocks Best pen $1.00 Hid. White Plj mouth Backs Best pen , 1.00 107. Buff Plymouth Rocks Best pen 1.00 li)P. White Wyundottes Best pen 1.00 1C9. Buff W.xnndottes. Best pen ,'. 1.00 170. Siher Wwindotlcs -- Best pen 1.00 171. Kliudc Island Reds-B- est pen 1.00 172. Hiiiuhuig- s- Best pMi 1,00 173. Liuhl Brahiruis Best pen 1.00 r -; 174. Black Lluigsliaiis Best "Jien 1,00 .'; 175. Buff Orpingtons - Best pen 1.00 170. White Orpingtons -- Bct pen , , 1.00 Best pen 177. Brown Leghorn 1,00 173. White Leghorns Best pen 00 179. Black Minorca? Best pen ., , 1.00 Best pen 180. Pit Games lpo' 181. Breed of any kind not mentioned Best pen L00 Ducks. '; 182. Pekiu Best pair ....". 1.00 ;.v .'. 183. Indiun Runner Best pair 1.00 Guineas 1,00 184. Best pair A pen U to consist of one cock, and three or more hens. .- 2. All exhibits must be t2z&x?'jnxnt)i't-- i : i- - li - ryj m THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, JUNE 7th 1912 The Interior Journal. M. SAUrtEr- - the present term has rrcprlttT on, knows that been marked by the brilliant and conscientious work of the Eichth 1 A TEAH 8TR1CTI.T 1JI ADVANCE district's member. Read the flies of day by day and the Courier-Journt Stinferd EntlTti ( i rt'IM' its diepatches from Wnshineton, M itttni tlttt m! mtttt, and it can easily be seen that the Advocate has another change f Announcements Political mind cominp to itself. Hut better still, to see what the Tlif BBcBmfBti In thli column re it nddtff lor MfiCf, rabcct 10 tbt ttlcB papers away from his home have to ( the dtmomtte prlmnrji fray of his work, let' read the Advocate ftself f a short time bro, Ttr Ccneni$ COU J. P. ClIINN, tt Vttett before, bowevet, it lmd its most re3. A. BULUVAN, of Mdicn cent "inspiration;" let's see what HARVEY HELM, ftl LlscoJa tbo Advocate thoiiRht of CongressCommontttalth'i ittcmey Tot man Helm before some hidden spn EMMETT PUBYEAB, of Bojl was touched, and its discussions Lintotn W. B. BOKCH, of anent the congressional race beTor Slitrtt came so "inspired." U. 8. BAUOUMAN Here's a clipping from the editorB. W. OIVENS ial column of the Advocate printed 3. 0. WEATHEBFOBD. , less than two years ago. Read what T. J. HILL Ttr County Jvif it thought of Helm then, even before 1. A. BICE he had made his great record in the V. P. NOBTU democratic Hutlsei Tor Circuit CUri , Helm was "Congressman 3. D. WEAKEN among the court day visitors. J. F. HOLDAM The 'Tall Sycamore of the W. M. DUNCAN St. Asaph' is duly happy over Tor Jtitir the fact that he is to be enTEYTON FARRIBII GEOBOE IIEBOBDE dorsed by the democracy for DINK FARMER the third time without opposiWILLIAM II. HESTER tion. He has made a splendid W. A. CABBON Conqressman, and has always Tor Aftitor been alert in subserving the inT. L. BECK. terests of Boyle county." 8. M. OWENS That doesn't look like the AdvoB H. BBONAUOii cate thought he wns a "failure,'' T. C. SANDIDOE J. II. BOONE does itt Jf that isn't enough, listen Tor itagittnU to this one, printed a little later: 3. T. B0BEBT3 "It is asserted that our FIELDS WILLIAM friends, the enemy, are ' now D. EADS J. busily engaged inspecting timJOSEPH b. GOODE ber in this district which they think will be tall enough to perknock the congressional Who's Had a Chanpe of Mind? simmon from the grasp of the Continuing the rough work startHon. Harvey Helm, but surely ed by the would-b- e dictators of the they have no adequate realizaEighth Congressional district, who tion of the herculean task they short time ago in met at Louisville a have undertaken. .Mr. Helm and dea sort of Guy Fawkes plot, has made an enviable record cided who should represent the peoas a representative of the people in congress this term, the Danple, and they are aoing to show ville Advocate comes their appreciation of it when with box car headlines Wednesday the proper time comes, by asserting that the Interior Journal scndlnq him back to Washingpoliis defending dishonesty among ton." ticians and condoning violation of And the Advocate was right that the pledges, und it tries to plac time before it received its mysteriblame for all the crime involved up- ous "inspiration" and suffered n Harvey "change on the head of Congressman of mind" itself. CongressHelm. All this in reply to the I. J.'s man Helm is going to be renominatconcerning the alleged remarks ed by an overwhelming majority on "sensational charges" which the Ad- August 3d. and in Novempulled on the congressman ber, and the more these baseles' vocate on. Monday. charges nre faked up against him, To begin with, the interior jour-n- the stronger the people ntr &ning to stated before, that it knew nothstand by bim. don't you forget it. ing of the premises then, and not withstanding its lengthy screed, the General News Notes Advocate even now admits that it Estill Springs will not be opened "is not posted as to these charges," jet it attempts to take them up in this season. Ninety-seve- n received diplomas at "detail and would have .one believe every word it utters is inspired, the State University Commencement that though confessing nt the outset that this week. The British courts are1 now grilling it is still "not posted"" about the there really is J. Bruce Ismny, one of the owners matter. Perhaps but of anoth- of the Titanic, who wns saved while some "inspiration" er kind, the kind that caused the 1,G00 passengers went to watery Advocate to loudly champion the graves. 1.500 American marines are beidg candidacy of Mr, Addams against Gov. McCreary for the nomination rushed to Cuba to help fight the n gro rebellion. President Gomez has for governor last year. Now, however, the Interior Jonr-n- declared martial law in the Island. The "New York World is making a is posted and it is in position to igorons fieri t for the nomination of state emphatically that any statement or any charge that Congress- Woodrow Wilson by tho democratic man Helm made a promise or pledge convention. Jnmes Samuels( 24, a son of Mayto anyone, not to be a candidate for ongrc.--s or to "enter the present or Samuels, of Mt. Sterling, was race," a? the Advocate puts it, is ran over and killed by a freight a base misrepresentation and a per- train Wednesday. version of the truth, and1 such is inThe State Hoard of Prison Comdicative, of the unfair character of missioners paroled seven convict1' the arguments that are being trump Wrdtiesdny. ed up to injure Mr. lleluiV. enndid-ae- j, Dr. H. B. Gibbs, for many Years and the extremity to which n leading dentist of Hnrrodsbur.', He was tho the opposition U compelled to re- died there Sunday. sort to holster up its losing fight. father of Comity Oeik Gibbs nijd The Interior Journal at no time a prominent Miison. hu& "delciidul dishonesty" or has. ever sought to comfone the violation of pledges on the part of parties or candidates. I'an the Advocate truthfully say as much? The I. J. merely asserted that if Congressman Helm had told some one at some distant time that he "might ITli not be a candidate again" he had a perfect .right to change his mind. Where U any defense of n pledge all will be violation in thnt,when we did not even base oifr supposition upon the of premise that Helm had pledged himself not to be n candidate again T As we nid before, Congressman Helm has positively made no promises or pledges of any sort not to Seo us before you sell, get be a candidate in the forthcoming price in country or delivered. primary, and we defy anyone to sav PHONE 153. that he has, and furthermore, not oue of Mr. Helm's opponents will wake any such charge. True, the Advocate admits that it is "not posted," yet thinking people will TUDOR. Mgr. question the authority of the Advocate to so confidently discuss n question concerning which it ! ignorant. Further along, the Advocate defies the Interior Journal to show "anything that Congressman Helm has accomplished," and by insinuation and innuendo would endeavor to make its readcis believe that he has been a nonentity and failure in the lower house of congress. Wonder if in this instance, too, the Advocate is tnking hearsay and is "not posted," or is merely guessing! Funny that the Advocate should nave nau sucn a remaricauie cuango UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER or roind about Congressman Helm's I -.to the people. sen-icifiiirunu utmutM. Every voter in the Eighth district Offle PtWM 117. HMM PtlMM 35. 611 ELTON , al al ssrj?a wrsfflihat a pumpkin around to entry his SHORT LOCAL NEWS McKlnnev to (row There will be Children's Day exerWhen lhooM. ' Hje hat sale Fridav and Saturday. cises at the Christian church on next 0, p,n Thl. ) the re..on why women htre di.tr. mn itnt June 7 and 8, at Miss Ella May Sunday night beginning nt 7:30 P. - "'-- -i .1.. .,.. ,1. to tome deitei in py M. A Very interesting program has ll Saunders. w or iwiienmg .,! u" of been arranged for the occasion and wommwill ur beidfche , . hwUclM, a tenuHon ,nn IrrluhilHY ,. i.K th or twtk. a (tit it. If It " a nice time is expected. Catherine unconfrolUble nrvou.n., The 1. J. can get you the Louisoften eentfn In the irnuhl vtnr ' Murphy will sing a solo in connecwom.n n.tiirfllr tfyt, b .1. ,L ville Times, daily, from now to Novol the difficulty If here, ind The loci tH.ordertd Infl.m- ember iJO for $1.'25 cash in advance. tion with the exercises, which will be wom.nly orem. In nine n treat worth listening to without T. D. Newianfi can furnish you any further inducements. Mr. 0. D. Fleming and wife and fretli Strawberries every day by the pretty little baby, of LouUville, quart or crate. In hi. prlv.te pr.c difio ""I,,0'n'vu?,T;KrJrorm.nyyer. have located in our town for his jtr cent, Prt.crlpllon, Ih.t would m.kc It is summer vacation. Mr. Fleming ETC :yV.o where medicine, .re h.nd.ed. The Boys of Our Town And How to Help Them n student at the Bible college, of UlllriB ... . ,, . ,.fA,,.V. wrlt: " I hiwt UnnouRonoiuIn hfIUi The lecture on this subject will be Louiville, and has been employed tiuue. fttend to my by the Baptist church here to preach Y. given by M. C. A. Secretary, for two yrar rnot "ii'l" JS: Jit WaJcrttlne very hmd.but. thanki to I'age, illustrated by the steropticon, for them for the next year. Mr. Kemalo wraKneM Uil arHlirtiiB icaln. I, Uk,,.. thr. lottltw of- Ftut-- I . only ,ll1n- - i,t 1lprM' mwllclnrf..... am lmH f, a .... t, ..A...1 iiut 'iiinu lauuu1. and will be given in the Presbyterian Fleming is a very smart and iml...lM ,, IK! I iwcriimuii, him. mv" church on Saturday evening June 8. pressive preacher and wc extend to Doctor Plcrcc'f wonderful medicine mLLBTs FPU UVBB ILLS. At 3 o'clock there will bo a meeting hini.nnd his wife a hearty welcome to TAKE DR. 1'IERCB'S M.RASANT for all pastors, teachers and others our town. Mr. B. It. Preston, with the Bor-to- n interested in work for boys. dealers Co., wholesale granite eTiTt or oio on or 7outo. t called on Harry Jacobs, the Monuf IKU OOtKTT. t nun J. OiutT mtkt oath that b Co., mint ment man, here last week, and redotng CArtnrr ot tb arm of r. J, cmcnit ceived several nice orders for monuBuateMM in lb. Cltv of TnlMlo. Omialv uwl huui tfonwid. tnd Out Mid firm will ptr'U mm of ments thnt Mr. Jacobs lmd sold. Mr. DOLLAH8 tor nun and ftrrr ONE HUNDRED rM of Catarrh thai CAnnot Bt currd by the ttM ot Jacobs has just completed and set 1UU.1 CATARRa CCRC up n fine eranite monument for TRANK J. CHENEY. Rworn to bfor m iM lutwrrtbtd In my pmwBC. Mr. A. I). Boot to mark the grave tin nn oajt ot Dmmtwr, A. D.. IIM. I I A. W. OLEASON. of his wife. Mrs. A. I). Boot. The 1 I Notary ItbuC monument was set in Buffalo cemerxl ttti HaU'i Caurrn Curt It Uitn tattrntny dimity upon the bkmd Rod mutoua rurtArro ot tbt tery and is ft nice piece of work. rrtttm. tood fottrntlmontalt. frw. Single Tree Co., Tho Columbia CO., Toledo. O F, J. CHENEY Fold by Rll Dnstra, TM. have moved their office to Somerset rtit unit TuSuvYtUK fr rotnipttioB. mid will make that xint headquarvery Insure with the leadinq com- ters for their factory. We arc and lose represent sorry towho Messrs, Showers panies. Fish & Bromley Hnrgy, were the bookkeepers them. All lines. for the company. Mrs. D. S. Biffo left Thursday to I will be absent from my studio usit her son, Gcorgu and daughter, on Wednesday only for the present. Leonard, who are making their homo 42-Miss Sacray. in Chattanooga. Mrs. Biffc will be gone about ten days or more. Hargains in Shoes. As we have Honor roll of McKinnev school for decided to close out our line of the. month of Ma v. bargain every shoes we will sell at a Grade 1. Bettie May Martin, dav until sold out. as follows: S3 Hattie Smith, Itaymond Dilliou. $1.75 shoes at shoes at $2.75 and Grade 2. Zenas Smith, Matt $1.50, $1.50 shoes at $1.25, men's Voyd Jones. tan low cuts $3.25 at $2.50, all kinds Grade 3. Frank Martin, Woodie of children's and misses' slippers at Good, Iva Duncan, Elsie Keynolds, bargain prices. Come. We are glad George Patters'on. to show our line of shoes. W. M. Grnde 4. Bessie Smith, Pearl Jar-boThompson. HoldamV Mill Kv. 43 Frank Grider. ' Grade 5. Tabitha Martin. Contest closes June 29tb. Grude C. Rod Jarboe. Archie Itiffe, of Ludlow, was with Lost. Folding pocket kodak; reward for return to Dodd Skinner, his home folks here Monday. He is 45-holding a good position as fireman Hustonville. with the Cincinnati Southern, makupright ing his headquarters at Ludlow. For Snle. Two" fine Tbcro will be prayer meeting at pianos r will sell nt a .sacrifice, and These are very attractive New York one plaver piano. Address I). C. the Baptist church every WednesFulton, coto Jntoriitr Journal of- day night at 7:30 P. M. Everyone is iiiMtcd to come and take part in 46-3- t. fice, Stanford, Ky. creations, and the price is attractthe service. The friends of Mr. N. L. Botts ive, too. You can buy them at oie-fifth- to STOPS SCALP ITCH. are in sympathy with him over the loss of his little baby, who died at off the regular price one-thi- rd Dandruff and Every Form of Scalp Tfichmosid, after a few days' Disease Cured Quick by Zemo. Why Hw "Nmro?" ."!"., td .t """"'",",".. """" "," "'7 hd T'f.""" "" nrS.durinf.lon, ZffXiXtXM ... - U- - .i r-- " 2ii Your June Needs No doubt you see just now that you 3. need another dress or two and haven't the time to make them. Dil-lio- n, You can buy a pretty dress from our stock at a greatly reduced c, price. -- 2. We can please you in a Lingerie, Pique, Silk or Serge Dress. Sunday services at the Baptist church. Preaching service nt 10:45 A. M.. and 7:30 P. M. Morning subject, "Fnith in God". Evening subject, "The Gospel of Reconciliation." Sunday school, 9:30 A. M. B. Y. P. V. 0:45 P. M. All members of the church urged to be present at the Sunday liuiruint; mid evening For Sale at Cost Everything in our greenhouse, to eijnble us to make a change. This is a great opportunity to secure flower and plants nt prices never heard of before. Ed Hubbard. 40-4.- n. It is simply wonderful how Zemo goes after dandruff. You rub a little of it with tips of the fingers. It gets right down into the glnnds, stimulates them, ttops the itch, and makes the head fill fine. No, it isn't sticky. Zemo is a fine, clear, vanishing liquid. You don't have to even wush your hands after using 7.CIH0. And what a wonder it is for ecremn. rash, pimples and all skin afflictions. Zemo is propnred by E. W. Hoso Medicine Co., St. Louis, Md, and is guaranteed by all druggists to givo jK'rfoct satisfaction, endorsed and sold in Stanford b tho Penny Drug Store. We also have White Shoes, Long Silk Gloves, Parasols and Fans. i Severance &Soh Bed RooraSuites Odd Dressers. Odd Beds t Fellow Jttt't,' bissines ITSfiRIa Uffipr i C m . The Highest ,. S'MW aT; kM,w d :, AV, I F $' -;- M j&LAi.' 75-- ' k yARWIfjwl . y ' , . K1A. t bn wV N 03 Odd Wash Stands paid for Produce, kinds Hides and Furs. An acco? ilfi in a good bank means more than mere storing of money. When you have shown your banker that you H. B. Northcolt T.K. ly J. C. McClary can handle your businebs and yourself satisfactorily it also means that your credit is good for financial aid in your enterprise. It means, too, thut with your credit good at your bank, the consequent reputation brings you in more trade, better business bargains and increased social and political prestige. your hank, keep your engagements and show your desire to be considered a man who can be trusted. We are all pulling together for the common good, and you may rest assured that we will help you, through thick and thin, if you show you are on tho square. 31 w all Paper Carpets Mattings Rugs Druggets, Lace Curtains Shades, Pictures Trunks, Sewing Machines Springs, Mattresses Dining Tables Parlor Tables Rockers, Cbairs !Jiu .. Every Accounts of companies and individuals solicited. facility given consistent with conservative banking. W. A. Tribble MK. lAItMERt-Ma- ko &5 H tele-phone STATE BANK & TRUST CO., W. L McCARTY, G. L PENNY, V. Pres. M. B. SALIN, CadHr. Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. . Pre. h D. EADS, .- J. 8. RICE, . V. Pre. h'r e f AUEBT PHILLIPS, for vour family as a nico residence, and place yourself in a notitidn to cct the latest market quota-.tioican bo accomplished hv means of our telephone at anv time. utul vour neit'lihorK can tret for n sum erviea which that is small compared with jou received. Cull or address or write direct to headuuurters. Nashville. Tcnn.. for infoSfon re"ardi g our Huenal, "Farmers Line" rate If vou are not at present enioviiie Bervice. we cun linroediatelv uiterest vou. Our lined cover tho V Kentdckv. Tennessee. Mississippi. Louisiana and Southern rSrtion CUMBERLAND TEll &TELCO of 7nd ana and Illinois. RURAL TELEPHONES. your home as modem Zm&. 4.v- - .JltQ.ll y" ". s '; THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE 7th 1012 MCIAL ami PERSONAL Mr. II. XJ. Wrnv. of Dnnville. wa here Tueailnv, Mr. nnc Mm. Jon. Cofftv nrc Jnck JlnnVrn. at Danville. MIhh ttn Mueller Iibh returned borne from Iinlinnnioli. Ind,. where t,be bun been nttendinc school. Mr. Onnin llrciwn went to Heren. Tuefdnv-tattend tho commence, ment exercises. Dr. H. Itamsev nnd wife are in Paint Lick. isitine their (ton. Mr. U. Itnnucv and fnmilv. Mr. 0. Q. Denxlcy i able to be out after several days' illnetH. Mr. visitiitK Woodie Hnlo in in Danville her daughter, Mrs. II. C. Wray. Mm. J. C. Hniley and children, JnmfH and Opbelin Carroll are vis it iriff friends and icliitivcb here. Mrs. L. E. Linncv. of Danville, linn been the recent Rtiest, of Mrs. V. S. -- Denhom. Mr. 1 M. A. Dcnzlev. of Lnncattcr. here visiting Mrs. Will llnys aud Mr. ' J. L. A. ltcailey, and little daushter Lucille, of Lancaster, were here n short time Monday. Judge E. V. J'urycor, )f Danville, was here ibis week attendinu court nnd meeting bis friends. Mr. S. l Uiekey. of HurrodburF, was here n short time Tiiexday, on bi yny io Cruh Orchard to n-- his y. father. Mr. (I. A. Mr. and Mri. Charlie Wilhoitc, of " 'MoreliUid, have been tho recent pientri of Mitres Dorn and Minnie Btraub. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Kinjr, of More-lanand Mrs. Mury Straub ,of this rity, arc visitinc Mr. J. I McAlis-tat Lexington. Col. W. It. Dillion, of London, and Mr. KoUrt Coffey, of Stanford, were in Danville today on business. Dnnville Advocate. Mm. Jennie Stnp; and daughter. Elizabeth, are vjMtinj: her brother, Mr. George I'leajants, at Crab .Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. II. J. McllobertP nnd daughter. Anna Dnvi, attended wedding at Lanthe Mount-WilFo- n caster Wedncoday. Cashier II. II. Metcnlf, of tho Deposit Bank, who is mnk-in- p one of the most popular and most efficient hanking officinlg in this part of the state, was here on business Friday. Jlr. y'ley. J. Iji-ke- d, er Mr. 0. D. Wearen continues about the same. Miss Maggie Stan? is viuilinK relatives' at Cedar Creek. Dr. Kd Alcorn of Hustonville attended court here Friday, Miss Mntn Griiirtw la vUitinK Miss Mary Bailey at Crab Orchard. Mr. C. L Oovcr was in Corbin. Monday mi business. William Westerficld, of Paris, is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Elmore. C. E. Tate took n party of friends to Lexington to see the aeroplane fly early in the week. Ilnrtwell Shanks is visiting bis nunt, Mrs. Kirby Bourne, at New . Castle. Mrs. Logan Wood, of Danville, was here this week on n short visit to her mother nnd other relatives. Misses Sadie and Bessie Bnugh-maof Hustonvillc, were here a hliort time Thursday. llntowood Bearley, who has been visiting his uncle, Mr. Bowen (livens, at Hubble, has returned home. Mrs. (1. C. Anderson, of Mt. Sterling, is here visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. P. Woods. Ilev. and Mrs. Homer C. Carpenter, of Shelbyville, nro spending days with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Cnrjtenter. Min John Eva Hilton is visiting her aunt. Mrs. J. T. Cherry, at Crab Orchard. Mrs. II. II. Pntuinn I'lirni' tin from libation Tuesday lo relatives and friends. Mrs. J. S. llice. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Shnnk, Mrs. 0 C. Anderson, Miss Sue Woods and Mr. Ilobert Woods attended the Mount nnd Wilson wedding at Lancaster Wednesday. Little Miss Virrinin Bearlcv. of l.nncnsler. who hns been visiting her aunt. Mrs. Will I lavs has returned n, ev-er- nl Mr. J. B. Toster and little son, persons having Notice. All Jr., are visiting his mother, Mrs. claims against the estate of Squire S ATethnsnToster nnd his sister, Mrs. K. I). Noaks are hereby notified to .)oc McAlistcr at Way, Mississippi. file snmo with the undersigned, properly verified as required by law by Short Local News Aug. 1st 1012 wr they will b barred. This June 0, 1012. All persons inSevcrnl of tho I. J.'s most inter- - debted to the deceased will please sting news letters were crowded settle same. J. H. Collier Admiout of today's issue by the fnir pre- nistrator. odvertising. mium list nnd other They will appear next Tuesday howCrawfords Comedians n high ever, as will the installment due to- class tent show have been playing day of our serial story, The Circuhere all week and pleasing everyone lar Staircase. who hns attended it. 4C-3t- p. For Kent. nbovc my slant. P. Turner. rooms Three nice Joe Hill, Steve Doziec nnd Jim restaurant at old Carson Brady went with Jesse Lynn's crowd Housekeeping if desired. J. to Warren, Bell county, Inst week 40-- 1. Come and see my groceries, 40-- etc. before you buy. J. P. 1. to work on the Cumberland Valley extension of the Southern railroad. Altogether Mr. Lynn secured about .15 men to work on the road, most of them negroes, however. 2Zgi!gb Single meals are now 35 cents at The ladies of the Baptist church Hover's restaurant but we fed so well, you'll find they're worth every realized about $20 at their ice cTeam and strawberry supper last Friday 45-cent of it. .r 4. Qf v. jjjsl N- - So l Cs 'If I 7? 'rst at It goes, straight as an f" J row to r"c dry sp01, J Coca-Col- Kf JC There never was a a vl fI ar- - And besides this, I&Era, vu. ,An&WmEkfMr firwWr mm Everything going nl giet irduc-tio- n Friday and Saturday. Miss, Ella May Saunders. Owing to the high price of everything to eat, we will be compelled to raise our price on single inenls to I im mm. .'5 cents, beginning nt once.. Govei's - 45-. .. . restaurant. 4. One brindlo trow and red heifer came to my place on Dix river nbont March 1st. Owner can git same by proving and paying for her keep nnd advertising. Wnlter Warren 45-3. Immr. Clarence J. Sionle nnd pretty little daughter, of London were here Wednesday en route to McKinney, to visit Mr. Sipplc's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. ft Sipple. Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Holman, of Crab Orchard, arc rejoicing over the arrival of a fine daughter, Helen Manwaring. The young mother was Miss Ixniellrt White, of Stanford her marriage. Attorney M. G. Colson, of Somerset, wns here on business in circuit court Pndnv. Mr. Colson represented Pulaski in the legislature one term, and is said to be one of the mot promising young lawyers at the Somerset bar. be-fo- ie Wanted heen or cattle to pasture, good fence, plenty of water, 11-- 2 miles west of King's Mountnin. Telephone King's Mountain. Iting 1 or write Wavnesburg II. D. 4. E. Allen. Wanted. A Fecond hand refrig- - eralor. ford. Address Box 272, For Hcnt. Three good rooms and kitchen, downstairs, garden nnd stable room if wanted. Apply to 4G-t- f. Mrs. Susan B. Yeager. at Ilev. W. S. Wilis will pn-acthe Hustonvillc Christian church Sunday morning June 0. Subject "Infidelity, Its Cause nnd Cure." In the evening the Sunday school will give the Children's Day exercise "Darkness nnd Light." Wavnesbura Mrs. Asa Coon died n't her home to a T the call for nenr here Friday liicht May 31, of something purely delicious n complication of diseases. Funer al services were conducted by Ilev. , WpwhWfl anddeliciouslypu re and Til ford lifter which, the remains were laid to rest in the Singleton whtlecomc. girive vrtrd Saturday alternoon at ft o'clock. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved family. ;ui.i ,i 9iva i u: Children's Day will be observed wmmvmvMteriiiA's ixci a caning at Waynesbnrg Baptist church SunS-'- i HBB aftaeamy Thirst-Quenchin- g day June 10. Dinner on the ground. Everybody cordinlly invited to come Wlwtff nnd bring well filled baskets. Demand the Genuine as made by If. II. Singleton and wife and son, Van are spending the week nt GoldCO., Atlanta, ga. THE COCA-COLen Driwn Springs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Mobley spent Our new booklet, telling of Coca-Col- a Sundny with homefolks at McKinvindication at Chattanooga, for the T ney. M ilSMIlg. St Mr. nnd Mrs. Cyrus Johnson nnd little son, Howard visited W. D. Johnson at King's Mountnin Sunday Mr. Znck Pndpctt coutinues very is visiting Tclnvives in Stanford. Mrs. Brown, of Casey, visited her ill. Mrs. J. G. Wnriiner is on the sick Mr. nnd Mrs. Vernon Singleton, of daughter, Mrs. Melvin Caldwell Danville, are their parents list. W. D. Sims nnd fnmily, of Som- here this week. erset, visited the homefolks last Mr. George Reynolds, of- King's week. Mountain, and Miss Lutie Sims, of Dr. A. K. Caldwell and family this plnce, were made one by Rev. and SURETY BONDS" spent Sundny in Gncinnnti. Miss J. A. Singleton, Saturday. Lucy Reynolds, of Bee Lick, wns Mr. nnd Mrs. Armstrong Todd, of E.M.NEWLA1JD the guest of her cousin, Wal'ace Dnnville, are visiting the homefolks STANFORD, KY. Reynolds last week. Lewis Reynolds this week. I (mm mmMsmwm immMKMIL .&, 111 riwl' ., .w jr J Delicious tc LCMiarei tlKZVtiiU A r" JfiQ A ''" - FIRE INSURANCE JUNE CLEARANCE SALE Begins June 6th half-price; A Hll) (HfB) -- :- Ends June 22nd. cus- This isvnot a sale of odds and ends or special lots, but is our own idea of a true Clearance Sale. We give our tomers the privilege of selecting anything they want from the most comprehensive and highest grade stock of Dry Goods and Ladies' Garments in Central Kentucky, at decided reductions. Some goods are sold at none less than 10 per cent.' reduction. kk time there is more than usual to select from on account W . il ' o ka weajier Attend this sale once and you will watch for it next year. r . . j .. TERMS ARE SPOT $6.95 TAILORED SUITS CASH-N- o goods laid aside or sent on approval. $6.95 SILK DRESSES otnje urrsies. hii uesirame colors anu reauceu from $15 and $l8.Choicc now At this nrice wc offer choice of flftv newest ttvi. situ in Foulards, Taffetas, silk Serges and also French Challies and c At this price wc will offer choice of about fifty new Tailored Suits All newest shapes all New York made suits, all silk lined-N- avy anil Dlack Scrncs, Whipcords and Novelties Prices werc$!5 to $10.50, now choice for All other Tailored Suits and Silk pJ. Qi? sf -2 -2 Dresses at exactly half price. WHITE DRESSES WASH GOODS SPECIALS-- 5c PER YARD cents cents. 10 cents $6.95 At this price wc offer stripe Galatea Cloth, was 12 Shirting Cheviots were 10 cents. Printed Ducks were 12 Printed Voiles reduced from 15 cents. Printed Lawns.wero Wash Goods Specials In this lot v.lll be a great tine of Genuine Flaxons, Llnairc and Irish Linette all 18 cent goods, 36 Inch Galatea cloth was 18 cents. Stripe Dress Llntns were 15 cents and all the best Percale and Dress Ginghams. 7c and 9c per yard We have about fifty excellent white Voile and Lingerie dresses ranging in price from $8 to $30, and many Linen, Pique and Gingham dresses from $3.75 to $20, and we offer any of these at HOUSEHOLD LINENS 52 cents yard very heavy pure linen German Table Damask 70 inches wide. x 68 cents yard choice of all best 85 cent Table Linens. 5 cents yard genuine Stark Mills Crash Towelling. 39 cents dozen for 18 Inch Loom Dice Napkins. 8 cents Hemmed Huck Towels 18 by 36 Inch. 12 cents Excellent quality Turkish towels. Full bleached and hemmed. Siztt 18x34. Low price on all towr.ls, napkins, table linens, sheetings cottons, linen lawns and dress linens. -2 a discount of ONE-THIR- D from these prices. one-thi- rd All Coats and Raincoats, SILK PETTICOATS SILKS Every piece of silk in our stock will be marked down for this sale and we offer some extra specials as follows, viz, Printed American Habutal silk reduced from 25 15 cents yard cents. I silk stripe Marquisette In navy and black 19 cents were 50 cents. pure silk Foulard which 29 cents yard Choice of all our 50 and 59 cents. sold at 49 cents yard Choice of our entire line of finest waterproof Foulard silks which sold for 85 cents and $1 yard. 28-in22-In- less than regular prices. Silk Petticoats will all be marked down. We offer pure silk Taffeta Petticoats at $125. Dresden slk Petticoats $2.50 were $6 Pure Silk Messalinc Petticoats, $1.75 and up. Halcyon (imitation.) Messallne petticoats 90 cents. LADIES' FURNISHINGS HOUSE DRESSES 90 cents choice of all house dresses that sold at $125 $1.15 choice of all $1.50 house dresses. $1.50 choice of all the $2 house dresses. $2.50 choice of a fine line of Gingham street dresses reduced from $3.75. All childrens' Dresses at greatly reduced prices. reduced prices. During this sale there will be low prices on Gossard Corsets, Redfern and Warners Corsets. All kinds of Gloves, Neckwear, Hosiery, Jewelry and In fact everything a woman wears will be sold at WHITE GOODS We offer evcy plecejof plain or fancy white goods at reduced prices Flaxons, Voiles, Batistes, Llnalre, Ratine, also our entire stock of Embroideries and Laces of every kind and all Dress SILVER AND CUT GLASS Our entire stock of Sterling Silver Table Ware, except TowIh Mfg. Co.'s goods, all 1847 Rogers table ware, all Plated Silver Comb and Brush Sets, and all of our stock of finest American Cut Glass will be marked down for this sale. A. 6. Robertson & Bro., Danville, Ky. ySj2Lrys3immmmmimKmmrrmmm "vwnf I"?' Mr" i" J"" THE- - INT'EWIOW-JOUBNA- L, STANFORD. KENTUCKY FRIDAY, JUNE 7th 1912 m Study Manure Spreaders, HISTORY OF CHURCH READ AT CELEBRATION Before You Buy One History of Hustonvllle Baptist Congregation and Resolutions Adopted. llustonville, Ky., Juno 5. Baptist church The Ilwtoiinlle has just celebrated its JOth unniver Miry. Jt wits it great success in ov cry respect. Much interest was man ifested by nil the members of. the church and mnny attended the ser 7TMIE proper place to study I & manure spreader is at the local dealer's placo of business, where you can seo the machine, study it part by part, see how each part is mads and how it docs its work. Study spreaders at first hand. Go to the local dealer and have him Saturday afternoon a social was given in honor of the charter members. Special invitittions Jiad been given to all the members of the church, the Baptist in the community, former pastors, all the charter members living and also some relatives undi friends of the charter membor-i- . vices. Ou I H C Manure Spreader Kemp 20th Century - W5y Clorerleaf or N Corn King Learn the advantages of an apron spreader. Learn what constitutes a steady, reliable feed and the importance of Learn the reasons why different materials are used for different parts, and why each part does its work thoroughly. Learn the value of the service the dealer can give you. t "When you know manure 'spreaders we think you will buy an I H C spreader from your local dealer. He is the man to it see. Itttmtlml mrmtir Cnpm ClMMPMUdJ Okif of tenia USA I KC Service Braa The purpose of this Bureau Is to furnish, free'of cliare to ill. the best Information farminr. It rou hare obtainable on better concexnlnesolls.crops. anr worthy questions land drainage. Irritation, ferilliters. etc, them make your Inquiries specific and sendBuild-Into IIIC Service Bureau. Harvester Chicago. USA HEmfosSi Sold ii Lincoln Cwnty by J.L.Beazley,Agt Stanford, KtJntitoky CONCRETING in position to do all kinds of concreting, such as Block Work, Pavements, and in fact, we can maka anything from a house down to a j. v. fence post, rt.ii uu 8ek before you uuy your mraruu at least. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. We are All who attended the social were asked to register in a book which had been provided for the purpose. The members of the llustonville church registered in one place and To each the visitors iu another. charter merfiber, the pastor and hU wife was given a white caranation. The church members were given a bow of white ribbon while the visitors were given a bow of blue ribbon. About one hundred and fifty regis tered. The following charter members were ntcsent: Messrs. F. M. Ware, Elam Simpson, L. 1$. Kunnel-le- y, and George Itiffe, Mrs. W. S. Wighum, T. GNunnelley, J. H. Mc- llurgue, and Mrs. F. Mw Ware. Ice cream, strawberries and cake were served. All who attended seem ed to have enjoyed the afternoon with their old friends while they re flected upon the days that have passed. It was a great occasion for the church 'and for the renewing of old friendships. The climax of the celebration came on Sunday. At the morning service n large crowd was present. The Rev. J. B. Jones took for his theme the "Mission of the Church." No subject could have been more appropriate for the ocusion. The sermon was both strong and deep. It was a souUstirring message and touched 'the hearts of all present. I he solemnity ot the occasion gave it greater power upon the hearts of all. The crowning event of the morning came when six persons pre sented themselves for membership in the church. The church was crowded to its utmost capacity at the evening service. The entire program was quite ap propriate and well received by all present. Many eyes were filled with o m "" " stlil " nta a n t " a wlian tit a overier members ,.of the church lived ... . ., . .. 4 . ai ,. Tfr 4 , . . J v Evervthlnq for the Stable. comfort of the horse may be had here. If you need a halter, a blanket, a curry comb, a brush, a clipper or any other niticle for the horse's (oilet come heie for it. You'll find it us rtcht a can be both for your u'.e and the comfort of the hure. J. C. McCLARY. Stanford. Kvt of those who had spent their lives in serving the Master in our church. It will not be long until many of us will join them on the eternal .shores. When the last hymn was being snng many shook hands with the charter members, thanking them for what they had already done and wishing them many moie years of pleasant woik for the Master. While the celebration was n marked success in every particular und a source of much joy to nil yet n thread of sorrow ran through all the services and overshadowed many hearts and lives. On Mnv 12th. M. Nice Iliffe, one of the chntler raem-he- i, died at her home in Oklahoma. She was brought back to her native folstate for burial. On Thur-dit- y lowing her death her funeral was preached by the Ite'v. II. F. Surles in the llustonville Baptist church and she was laid to rest in flic Cemetery About the time her at funeral was being held, hews can. (lint Itcv. T. II. Coicmnn had pus.-e-d a.way. He died in Frankfort on Wednesday night and was buried on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Itiffe was one of the oldest and most loved of the charter member while Brother Cole-tra- il lind served thy church longer than nnv other pastor. He holds a place in the heart of hi membership that can be filled by no one. It ns liope.il that both Bru. Coleman and Mrs. Klffe would bo present tj celebrate the occasion. Oiic of the greatest features of the" occasion was the singing by the young, people. A chorus composed ot thirty youug people of the church and community had spent mnchjim in preparation for the event. It contributed much to the services and was highly appreciated by all. The parftor expressed to cuch one of the chorus his hearty appreciation of their kindness and deep interest in the Anniversary. The History The following history was read ut the celebration: On February May 19th 188'J, thir ty years ago today, a council met iu the Presbyterian church nt Huston-illfor the pin pose of organizing a Baptist church. Representatives were present iroin uocity roru, uou- cord, Mt. Salem and Stanford churches. Bro. 0. W. Ferryman was chosen moderator and J. W. Wenth-erfor- d was chosen secretary. The propriety or organizing a church was discussed and the coun cil decided to organize. The follow ing named persons presented them selves for said organization: Thos. Cecil, Geo. W. Hiffe, Jno. Ellis, L. B. Nunnelley, R. C. Nunnelley, Miss Zareldn Nunnelley, Miss Mnttie Nunnelley, Jno. McAlister, R. S. Tucker, Mrs. N. A. Tyree, W. T. Tyree, Mrs. Nice Riffe, Miss Lizie Riffe, Geo. Riffe, Jr., Mrs. Amelia Riffe, Miss Mattie Riffe, Miss Catherine Sharp, Elain Simpson, Bcttic West, Mrs. Ana McAlister, Miss Belle Itiffe, J. W. Weatherford, W. B. Hawkins, Mrs. Rachel Riffe, Mrs. Mary S. Wigham. There were 28 charter members and only about 20 of these are living today. Brethren Jno. 0. McAlister, F. M. Ware anil W. B. Hawkins were elected as trustees for the church. J. W. Weatherford was chosen church clerk. Geo. W. Riffe and R. S. Tucker were elected Deacons. In June following Brethren W. M. Hawkins and F. M. Ware were also elected Deacons and were ordained at the Presbyterian church on second Sunday in June ut 3 o'clock. Brother John Brucepreached the organization sermon. W. B. Hawkins was first Superintendent or the Sunday school. At the business meeting after the church wns organized, brother W. T. Tyree was called to preach for the church pnee a month for the present and appointed the second Saturday in June at 11 o'clock for next church meeting. For some unrecorded reason, Bro. Tyree never served the church as regular pastor. Bro. J. M. Coleman was called to serve the church and began his work in May, e, Charlie 'Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist. derful cures for years past In Kentucky, extends greetings to tho rend-er- a ofThe Interior Journal, through the courtesy & splendid rates offered by Its editor. The name of my great universal remedy, it COM--CEL--SA- R. Whoso wonderful Root & Herb medicines havo been making such won- composed of 10 Roots & Herbs. It I an Ideal spring & foil tonic, stomach, liver, kidney, bladder & blood remedy. ConCelSar Is'a body k nerve builder of greot merit & should be used both spring & fall for putting the blood & general system in fine condition to meet the necesis sold nt all sary changes taking place nt those seasons. drug stores, tho' Home times, you find a druggist who for some reason will not handto my remedies. In that cose, I will, on receipt of the price is pack, o $1.00 send it postage paid any plnco on earth. cd & backed by a legal guarantee that gets back your dollar If also for fails to do what you buy it for. Call for aV 4asV,li BasH Science Sope which is mad0 of pure vegetable, oils Charlie White-Moon- 's lasssssssssssssi' nssssssssssssssl waissiM for Humfln skin Only, 10c a bar, 3 for 2.rKj & money back if you don't " happen to Tike it. My years of experience ns a cowboy & among the Indians, giro me a peculiar fitness k knowledge" of the value of Roots k Herbs as medicines, & I would like to end every reader of this paper & any frienda of yours, a copy of the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitlIt is filled with startling facts obtninablo no placo else, k costs you nothing ed, "The Cowboy Herbalist". but a post card, k if you want a fine calendar, say so & I will mail you one for 1912, lithographed in five colors, a fine likeness of myself, entitled "Ready for the round-upAll letters cheerfully answered, information given relative to Roots k Herbs as medicines. Catholic Eccleslastcs 30: 14, 1G, 10, 17 also Chapter 33; 4, 0, 9, of7 Protestant, Read Yaur Bible Ewkiat 47:12. Write 15. St. Paul to the Romans, 14:2. Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Revelations 22:2 Psalm 103:14. these verses down, then read them. The Biblo says "Phyilclan Heal Thyself" k so, if modern doctors with mercury & other poisons can't heal themselves, wliat chances hate You to be cured! Yours for a long, clean, healthv & successful life. W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. CHARLIE WHITE-MOOIf yon write for information, book or catendar.nddress Dept. 7. Com-Cel'S- ar Iv1bKK Cem-Cel-S- ar Com-Cel-S- ar Cem-Cel-S- ". N, 1S83. The present church building wns dedicated ou the second Sunday In June 18811, the sermon being preached by Rev. A. F. Baker. After the '. dedication a meeting was protracted for 21 days and 13 were received into the church ten by letter and 3 by baptism. Following are the names of those received nt this meeting: By letter Cloyd Bennett, Teletha Floyd, 1 S. Riffe, Lizzie Hockcr, Jno. Burton, Mrs. Ann Green, Bro. Minks, S. G. Drye, Mrs. Floyd, Mr. Ross; Jiy baptism Win. Bndgctt, Claikstnn, Beint Burnett. The first sexton employed by the church was Uncle Willis Weather-foi- d and, the present one is Willie Peyton. The following ministers have served the church as pastors: J. M. Coleman May 3. B. F. Tajlor, April Jan 1884-D-c- c. 1885 J. M. Coleman 1889. It. It. Noel, Feb. 1888-Oc- t. J. H. Riffe Feb. 1800:Fcb.l804. W. O. Millican, Oct. 18W Feb 1894 TV. II. Coleman, Jan 189T Feb. 1007 II. P. Jackson, Mar. 1007 June 1007 It. I,. Crenl, 100S. W, II. F. Jones, Jan. 1000 Feb. 1011. sssVIsssslsssf7ssssVl7assssil II. F.I Slides, June 1011. Of theso hietliren. J. M. Coleman, B. F. Tnvlor and T. If. Coleman lyne entered the New Jerusalem. For many years the church had in caching only one Sunday in the But it later went to half month. time and finally in January 1011, it having services went to full-tiThe second twice every Sunday, pastor to live on the field N the mesent pne, who came here last June. Although the church has lost many of Urf members by death" anil me, tome moving into otiier states, yet it has been gradually growing in numlers. It was organized w'ith 28 members and the revised list of 1839 a membership of GO. When the present pastor came to the field, we had 98 members, 8 of these have been stricken from the list because of failure to locate and a letter has been granted to otie. Today we have 129, most of whom are faithful and loyal to their church, showing that within one year we have hud additions to our church. May the recollections of the past inspity our hearts to go forth with renewed determination to do' greater work for the Muster iu the few remnining years that He may give us. Our Dead. While the past 30 years have been full of success and added joys yet many of our members have passed to their eternal reward. They have served the church faithfully and have been called up higher where they may serve the Master more perfectly. I wish it were possible to have a completed list of all our dead but this seems impossible as the records do not state this. Below is only a partial lisp of the great heroes of the cross who hove fallen asleep: It. S. Tucker, John Cowan, Cloyd Bennett, Wm. Bndgett, Matt McKin-neMrs. Amelia Riffe, Mrs Lizzie Riffe Nunnelley, Mrs. Nannie Bar-lici- t, Mrs. Telitha Floyd. Mr.- -. Kate Snow, David I.ipps, Mollic It. Austin, Mrs. Mary F.lira Burton. Mrs. J. M. Gunn, Mrs. S.' K. McIIargue, Mrs. North. Lulu Hopkins, W. f. Tyree. Should anyone know of others who died while members of the church it will be nppiecinted if their names will be sent to the pastor so that the mny be added to the list. The Resolutions Resolutions read at the Annivcr-i-ir- y by J. W. and adopted by the church: Whereas, the cejebration of this the 30th nuiiiversary of the organization of our chinch, has drawn us n'oro together as n people and as n working body of Clirist's followers; lias icfreshed in our memory the wonderful goodness of God in his dealing) with us as a church, mid ns individual members theieof; and Whereas, wc recognize tbnt it is only n we walk elo-ein the foot- strps of our ble-sMaster that can expect blessings iu tho future, therefore be it, Resolved: l. That wo cherish the liistmy of our chinch of our Mn terVi work and the memory of those who, iu its organization and support, helped to make its h'Mnry by their loyalty to dutv and to the Master's cause, some of whom have been called from llieir labors to their '"eward, and some of whom in the providence of God nre still toiling faithfully on, and for nit of whom no dotibt there awaits the plaudit. "Well done thoir--j cod and faithful servant enter thou into tho joy of lliv Lord," 2. That we pledge to our ehirch our loyalty and our united efforts to promote her growth, her Influence and efficiency iu the Muster's cause, .1. That pledge to each other our love, our sympathy and n helping hnnd. Teoli7ing that the Christ-ion- 's pnthway often lends through adversity, sorrow and berenvement; that we will help to bear each others burdens, not forgetting each other In our prayen. ' y, Ho-kily ed w-w-- 4. That we will labor iu season and out of season for the conversion ot the unsaved about us, and that we will not forget to contribute of our means Jo send the Gopel t those who have never heard the glad tidings of "Pence on earth Good will to men." 5. That we extend to our pastor our sincere thanks for instigating the idea of such a celebration and for his untiring' efforts to make it a success. G. That, inasmuch as we have derived so much joy and benefit from the observance of tijs the 30th anniversary of our church, we meet in the house of God on ench hereafter, have the roll call if our church and pledge nncw to ench other and to our God, our loyalty and love. mini-orsary People's Stock Remedy x 6oviitted to keep jwr Stock in i heiltWtf and bitter ceniitlM. . JShQ People's Poultry Remedy 6urinteed the BEST Egg Protaer aid Disuse FrimtitiTi. Eitry ftaMtles said oa Perseul 6urtee, bck4 ij i A TEXAS W0NBER. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gruv Stanford, Ky. el, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregu larities of the kidneys and bladder J The best meal in Lincoln county in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in hildren. If not for W cents. Give us a call and sold by your druggist, will be sent we'll prove it. restaurant 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. Hall, 2920 Olive street, St Louis, Mo., Sold by George H.Farris Jjw. Mammoth Cave lotiud trip railroad fuie from all ' I0URB0N POULTRY stations iu the county, $5.G.". All expens-eat Cave hwtc! $0.50 for CURE three days' trip. down the throat ot a capias The latter amount, includes your cblcktn, dtitroyi tb worms boa id at Cave Hotel, and the several and tivti th chick's lilt. Alewilropiln the drinking routes through the Cave, making the water cures and expen-e- s font grand three days' outPREVENTS DISEASE ing to the great subterranean wonPor tha treatment der for $12.15. The hotel has been and Ulackbead and. ot While Diarrhoea In chicks, other dlseasta In turkeys reerved for this particular date. BOURIOK POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL Tickets on sale trom nil stations. A specially conducted trip. Through conches on regular morning train. OntMVbttlomalir 12 saltans of mrdtcln. Write or phone L. & N. agent. 45-4- t. For Salt bv Nrw Stanford Drun Co, Lincoln County's trip to Mammoth Cave will be June 19th. The or wBBi ETC wn r..'r.r, s Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 3S CURES Cholera. Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry ewd HJp 4.1 1.44 (or rJthiiUttUUt Mih Ktlit 0Tt. DmiWowi. Kf., uru "I h mtjtf. Ilcut tptwidliinbcrafkwitKutftil. pouliiv roidjr drapprd iLwi K U1I J ltd "Om oW cj Rci, WillCouow. D.rikowiyKr-.MTchkirakilli l) worm aadidieTM the chick iuUMlr. IlitlhebnliKotsb.t I Ui.nnuud." Guaranteed by J. Robt. Crume, Birditown. Ky. Price SOc at all Drugjbts. Mfo.'and SOLO BV W SOLD BY PENNY'S DRUG STORE. . SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JUNE 16th. $.50 Round Trip liSS Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. riKrtmwm,cmwi'iM$n mm Uf wwrttawwiiwatijiMiiijiiMiiii.awtwwwww . tr i' HE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY. JUNE 7th 1012 CHARLES A. HAZKN, PPItaiDCNT LINCOLN COUNTY MUST BE CLEANED UP CHARLES L. WISE, Cbc financier THE LAROCST BANKINO NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD PUBLICATION,. 39 Thmii TrucrnoNK alll-l. Btriit OFFICE HlCTOd 1 4 1TTWBTrvsrfvr ar Nnit$nrk Lincoln County National Bank. way 29, 1912. Stanford, Ky. ; : Gentlemen Every year the Roll of Honor means moro - repreoents more in banking.- - To achieve the title is a distinction- to maintain it is American a sign of success; and people like to do business with successful banks. A placo on the Roll of Honor iB liko a man's character- it is something money cannot buy, but is won by merit and worth alone. Let us congratulate you on the fact that your excellent institution is represented on this year's Roll of Honor. Approximately there are Seven Thousand Five Hundred National Banks .. Only Thirteen Hundred of these aro entitled to posi in li IO Ulll fcCl tions on the Roll of Honor. ThiB statemont reveals the distinctive character that Roll of Honor BankB possoBS. It is indoed an honor to be numbered among such sterling banks, and you will no doubt appreciate the opportunity which is open to you to improos tho fact on your friends and patrons, present and prospective. J ..,, ' Says Health Officer, J. 6. Carpenter, Who Is Golnq to Enforce Sanitary Laws. v J. Q. Carpenter, who is health officer for Lincoln county, under Dr. ? ' r 1 - - the authority of the State Hoard of Health, is going to wotk to make Lincoln a lar more sanitary ami healthier place to live in this sum mer. He bus ample authority under the law to enforce sanitary conditions, nnd says that he is going to do so. Dr. Carpenter has issued tho following address and warning to the people, Hating what must be and will be done. Those who, do not comply therewith nrc liable to prosecution nnd heavy fine. Dr. Carpen- ter says: A A. Respectfully yours, THE FINANCIER PU1LISHING by CO. (.a-ct,-- - President. Holdam's Mill. People are nil about done planting com in this Prt of the country- W. M. Thompson has a full line of shoe which can be bought at a bargain. We nil were real sorry to hear of the denths of llro. K. I). N'onkes und Mr. I nnh Albright. Their friend and loved ones have our beurt-fe- lt llcv. John Elder has been on the nek lut for notne time but is sorac-lint improved his many friends will be glad to know. Wr hnd a nice mettinj; nt .Mt. Zun Sunday, conducted by llro. J. ti. J.mugMon and nlco Hro. Carter. Kverjbody were glad to have jhem. llro. Livingston will be buck with in again the 1th Sunday in June. We have aUo had home nice singing, roiidurted by It. It. Klder nnd Mi-Kannic and Mehn Elder. We nrc waiting to hear wedding bells nuK" in the lower part of this ttcction, kome old day. yOues who! Mr. ami Mrs. Abe Gill, pf Wood-Mocwere the guests' of It. A. Smith,; Saturday and Sunday. Sarah Smith, of Woodstock, was the gueot oT Idn Thompson, Sntur-il.i- y and Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Ilryant Brown were the guest of their daughter, Sunday. Mrs. .Mocs, of Ilroughtontown, hml a two year old calf to get burn-- d to death. They poured coal odon tie calf to kill the lice and it caught on fire and died in a few minutes. Miss Orrtcc Gnfiin is Maying with Ida Thompson now. Hcntdey has gone to C'atheriim fctny with ilr. Henry Catron. We want everybody old and young to come out and help " hi our Sunday school, if we don't do you any good, we won't do you any harm. Bro. Carter prcented to the Sunday tchool n lot of nice testament which arc very highly appreciated for his kllidllrnx. Mr. and Mrs. J. It, Thoiiip-o- n, aie uniting at Mt. Vernon, this week. Mr. George White, of Lancaster ha been in thif purl, buying up cattlo at n good price. w es k, -- Pleasant Point Some of our people attended Mem"Olive I The Fly Catechism. 11 1. Where is the Fly bomt In the mini it-- and filth. .tOtl;. 2. Where does the Fly live! In Mies Cora Alford ipent several (lavs with Mrs. Vaiiaredrtll at Dan- evry kind of filth. ville. .Mie. Vannrsdall accomnunicd 3. Is anything too filthy for the her home. Fly to cntT No. Miss Florence Wall has returned 1 (a). Where docs he go when home from u pleasant viMt nt the he leaves the vault and the manure ImtiiH of I!v. .liffrinj nf l.llipltv she also visited Mrs. Oileb Newell, inle and the njulloouT Into (the .Mr. n. j. itoeue am dnuchtcr and kiteiien and tuning roorai (b) What G. D. Hocue. wife ami Imbv i.rcnt doe,s he do there! He walks on the latter part nf last week with bread, fruit and vegetables; he relative- - at Yorinite. .the butter and Little Mises Esther Wall and wipes his feet on Evelvn Johnson accompanied Mr. bathes in the buttermilk. Kav Johnon to Wuwieshurtr fl. Does the Fly visit the patient Sunday where he is conducting a sick with consumption, typhoid fev-- inging and cholera infantum? He does Miif. Lizzie Dve, of Danville speiit er, nnd may call on you next. a short time' with the homcfolks. He is ti. Is the fly dangerous! It is reported that Mr. W. D. Dve condition is somewhat better. It will man's worst pest nnd more dnnger-vusthn- n s be remembered ithot Mr. wild beasts or rattlesnakes. sent to the asylum a few weeks ago. 7 What diseases does the Fly carMiss Kettle McGuffev nnd brothers ry? He carries typhoid fever, tu- Fred nnd (War. of Gilbert' Creek. t.Avniiln. 'in n .! l itanmitw Attmilnint j .uiujmiii visited relatives here A I6W UttVS in;i viuipiW uuu rii""'ci How? On bis wings nnd hairy feet since Llltlfl MlM!i Slltlie nnd Chnstcen Wlin Jc Inc orimrt nnmpf Tvnhnid orial services at ch"reh Mav lat Dve-xwn- efficiency. butcher, baker or other dealer to exSeventy-fiv- e thousand new Fords go info serhibit his fruits, vegetables, meats, vice this season proof of their urjcqnnlcd mermilk, butter, (.'beetle and other eatables, on the 1 streets without being it. The price is .foOO for the roadster, $G00 foi properly screened nnd protected the five passenger car, and t"00 for the delivery enr complete with all equipment, f. o. b., from the flies, nnd dust, laden with germs and other source of contamiDetroit. Sec Wm. E. Glover, Stanford, for demonstration, catalogues etc. nation. The State Board of Hculth is making herculean effors to stamp out all infectious, communicable und contagious diseases, typhoid fever flux, cholera, infantum, cholera, minims, tuberculosis nnd other diseases are transmitted through the above sources. I'airymen must hnve their cows TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS inspected and prove them free from milRSPS- - Prrnnratrtrv. Stflt. C.r tiflcate. tuberculosis. The premises of dairyCounty Certificate Review. men, their milk cans, and water supLife Diploma, Special. Tuition Free to Appointees, plies will alo be inspected from time to time by the Henlth Officer Summer Term Open June 17 to see that they are maintained in Expenses Very Low. Ask About It. Artistic Catalogue Free. Address the proper snnitnry state. : : : : Richmond, Kentucky J. G. CRABBE. President. : : Hankers' nnd butchers' places f business will be injected and they mnzt be kept sanitary. x. The. state law passed by the last legislature went into effect May 10, 1912 in regard to the p.ublic drinkinr cup. The latter hns been declnred a nuisance. All banks, wholesale and retail houses, mills, foundries, fac tories, railroad stations railroad boarding houses, truins, hotels, schools and communion services must use the individual cup. In fnct cuch member of any family should use an individual cup at home. All rain bnrrels must be screened and protected from flies nnd mosquito. All stngnnnt wnter and pools must be dinined nnd kerosined to ar rest nnd prevent breeding places for Weeds, filthy stables, mosqiutos. . hog pen, filthy hen houses, privies and manure (piles are the homes of ines and mnst ne mane ami Kepi sanitary The town of Stanford must be cwered. Health Officer Lincoln County. To the citirens nnd taxpayers of Lincoln county: If is unlnwful for any merchant, 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 oi their minimum economy and d time-teste- I llC Normal ';; ALL-WOO-L SUITS frriiml mntltorIt Mni' .! 111(1 IHVl.li Hnxtrr. of Fulmnk. nre victim: their Hmtttl. .. Manfred Griffin, is at home from Indiana. Irian Siitaletvu. of Wavnerburc. , wii hrre Sundav.finite M.)s W. C. Alford who til i otivnlcccnt. G. D. Hocue ha been indisposed for n few dnvs. The followinc youngsters went to U'avneobunr the 30th of Mav: Mes-r- s. (iscar Brown and Jonas Tin lor. .Mi-- ci Alia and Jonn Herald. Mikh (trace Wall. Mis Oda Brown njt,d Maude Singleton. Mi P, 8. How shall we kill the Flyi (a) TVsJro.v all the filth about the hour-und yard; (b) pour lime into the vnule nnd n the mnnurc; (c) kill e the Fly with wirescreen paddle; or sticky paper, or kerosene oil. 9. Kill the Flv in nny way, hut KILL THE FLY. Elizabethtown News. When BuYlna, Buy Only The Cest Costs no More but qlves the Best Results II. L. Hlomqmst, Esdaile, Wis., says hiH wife considers Foley's Honey and Tar Compound the best cough cure on the market. "She has tried various kinds hut Foley's pve the l"Ht lesults of all." Shugnrs and Tanner. They Put an End To It. . Charles Sable. 30 Cook St. Boch- Expert on the Coal Outlook ester, N. Y., snys he recommends olcy Kidney Bills nt every- - oppor- Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Yenper. of Wtbourne. Ten n., who ere here'tutltv uecaitbe tnev cave hi in prompt nenil of Mr. A. Tjelief from a bnd ease of kidney to attend tlir Sirith. returned to their home Inst coming night. Just before leaving the city Such n recommendation, who for fcome years from Mr. Sable, is direct and conMr. Yenger, was connected with the Fork Hidge vincing wideiire of the great curaCoal & Coke Co., and later with the tive finalities of Foley Kidney Bills. Ldgewood Coal Sc Coke Co., spoke Shugars and Tanner. veiv encouragingly of the future Shall We Know Each Other? coal outlook for the Middlesboro district. Mr. Yeager said with the unWe attended church some time limited supply of coal have buried ago and listened to a very good here in these mountains, and the pCTtMUMtf ic cs tt" rapid improvements that nre being miuiVMi way of installing wnsh-er- s joyed the singing and stood up with made in the at the various mines at both the brethren and sis'ters wlidle they millows. there is no question in mind sang the good old hymn, "Shall Ye While that withing nnother year the coal Know Each Other There!" situation here will be better than it the hymn was being sung we glanced ever was nnd on a more substantial about ns, nnd we counted about a footing. Mr. Yenger is with the B. dozen members of the congregation O. Campbell Conl C o.. at Westbourne of the church who do not speak to and has leon with that company for each other when they meet on the tlte past two yenrs as their genernl street or elsewhere. The thought )o Be. superintendent. Middleshoni curied to us, why should they "know cord. Mrs. Yenger was Miss Stella each other there," when they seem MeClnrvof tlus city. inglv don't know each other here? Mende. County Messenger. Help your "favorite" win. , Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health THERE IS REAL PAINT nnd also some stuff m!?cd with chenpeuing materials that is not worthy of tho name. If you have, .had cxporienco with the latter kind you 'don't want another. If you haven't take our advice and don't experiment. Buy ' our real painta and save yourself 'disappointment nnd money as well. StMfw-.K- y. J. A. ALLEN. health talks to women become toth In the ncwvair mora ami on Hie platform, the ma of women to realize what the more are beiMnnlnir that cultlatel have always known, iowder found In a cannot flood hnlth externals be of health may be The' of obtained In that way. but the hauls as health llrs deeper, and yot la just easily obtained. The most Important thlnn that a woman can do for herself, and about which she la often most neelectful, Is her to watch the condition ofeyes, stomach the and bowels. The weary headaches, bad the breath, the frequent plnilles. the neneral air of lassitude I nine times out of ten theorresult ofMany both. or Indigestion, simple remedies can be obtained, but most the best in the estimation ufPepsin. women Is Vr. Caldwell's Byrup It Is mild, pleasant to the taste and exactly tutted to her needs. It la far A Lancaster. Rev. G. A. Joplin, Stnte Secretary of the Sunday, School organization, nnives in this city the latter part of the week to serve as conductor of the Onrrard county Sunday school association which will be held as an nil day session here at the Baptist church on next Saturday. Mr. Joplin will preach nt the Methodist church on next Sunday morning ns the Presbyterian church is undergoing repairs; Dr. Joplin will also deliver n discourse on "Measuring Our Work" to a union congregation at the Christinn church Sunday evening. Klder y, M. Tinder hns been delivering n series of sermons every "veiling during tho pa.t week at the new Union Chnppel at Hiattsville. Large crowds have attended evincing their npprcciation of this popular minister's services. Miss Annie Belle Burnside is at home from Birmingham where she has been in school the past term. Mrs. Samuel Cotton is making a vis-- it to rrlatives in Chicago and Greensburg, Ind. Miv, Agnes Miles is visiting in Nicholnsville and Lexington. Mrs. L. V. Dodge, of Beren, is the guest of her friend and schoolmate Mrs. George M. Patterson. Mrs James Ramsey and children have returned from a visit lo Dr. Burdette Ramsey and wife, of Stanford. W. &. Wherritt has returned to his home in New Orlenns, having been cnll-e- d here by the sudden denth of his venerable father, the .late W. H. Wherritt. Mrs. N. A. T). Murksbuiy has returned home after n visit to her daughters Mesdames A. II. Straiighton, of Covington. Drs. Jno nnd William Batson, of Oklahoma, have been repent guests of Mr. nnd and Mis. R. H. Batson. Mr. J. Vincent Arnold and children, of arc with Mrs. Arnold's parItuinsnlc ents Mr. ad j Mi-- - Jin Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Hnseliicn ui at heme from IndianopoLs nlieto they attended the International Automobile cost no more than inferior grades. They wear you better, and hold their color and shape. We are showing them now from ' r ) ' I S12itoS30l in the new colors and late designs. Special prices on what few last year patterns we have. About fifty suits, sizes 35, 36 and 37, from I . , riAt , $4 to $8.50 in order to close them out. . . Si , - , . Je . Cummins i earen M. All Wool Clothes Stanford, Kentucky Home of H. S. SOME & rpee. "New Process" FEATURES PRODUCES HOTTER superior to salts, cathartic pills, waters, etc, which are entirely too violent. Women should see to It that they the hao at least one movement of any bowels each day. and when showing tendency to constipation should take Byrup l'epsln In the Ur Culdnell's small dose Prescribed. A brief use of It will so train the stomach and bowel muscles that all forms of medicine can lis dtmwnkcd with. Thene opinions are olced by thousands of women, after personal experience, among mem silts v. U Moor. SI Clallrn Kt , Nshvllle, Term., and Florence Cook, Lucas, Ky. Anyone wlshtne to make a trial of this remedy before buying It In the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family slin) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. II. Caldwell, 40i Washington St., Montlcello, III. Your name and address on a postal card Will do. A Card. This N to certify that Foley's Honey and Tar Compound does not contain any opiates, any habit forming drugs, or any ingredients that could possibly harm its users. On the contrary, its great healing and soothing qualities nuiko it a real lemedy for coughs, colds nnd irritations of tho throat, chest and lungs, Tho genuine is in n yellow pnekngc. Look for "Foley's Honey nnd Tar Compound and accept no substitute. Shugars und Tanner. FIRE USES LESS OIL RESULTS OPERATE SIMPLE TO GIVES EASY TO CLEAN QUICKER ' ALL PARTS REMOVABLE AND INTERCHANGEABLE. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard Kentucky. Extra prize offer closes June 10th U Paw 'V THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY FRIDAY. -- p , J N. Vw- - - JUNE 7th 19(2 June Clearance Sale stock is entirely too large and we intend reducing it to the mum by June 22nd'. Sale will be continued full two weeks, so that all our trade may have an opportunity to attend. will offer everything in our entire stock at very decided reductions from lowest regular prices. ""This is not a sale of just a few selected articles, but pick and choice of merchandise throughout our various departments at lower prices than ever quoted in any previous Clearance Sale, as our miniout-of-tow- n a Beginning' today, June 6th, and continuing until June 22nd, we June 6th to June 22nd TOBACCO RAISERS We Cart, the Best 1-- PWis Grea. 10c 4 lb 2 lbs 5 lbs lib 25c 45c 1.00 Special prices on larger quantities. PENNY'S, The Rexall Store, No Goods Laid Aside WASH GOODS Choice of nil 7 l-Ginghams. 9c All Bates, Seersucker P. C. Dress Ginghams. Choice x) nil 12 l-7 or Sent on Approval SILKS. TAILORED SUITS Apron and A. Print-e- d 5c 2c All Tailored Suits nt Half Price $6.75 Any WoolSuit that was $13 $10.00 Any Wool Suit that was $20. ' $1250 Any $25 $15 For $30. - Wool Suit that was Every piece of silk in our imstock nt substantial reductions for this sale. 29c Foulards selling up to 49c. 39c All silk Foulards selling nt mense (!9c. 49c For Cheney Bros. $1 Foulard 39c For Silk Poplins, all colors, . Lawns and Batistes. 9c Choice o all 18c Printed Flax-on- s and Irish Linette. I4c Choice of all 18c Galtea Cloths I9c Choico of all 2oe Zephyr Ginghams and Egyptian Tissues. 9c For fine quality Madras any Wool Suit that was SILK DRESSES 49c $675 Choice of all es. $10 Choice $15 Silk Dress- from 59c. Satin Messalincs, all colors, from 09c. 85c For Black Messaline, vard wide, $1.23. UNDERWEAR. i Car of Adrian Wire !;! Fence Just Received We. have several secondhand Buggies for sale oirt of all $20 Silk Dresses 7 WHITE GOODS All white goods reduced. We can mention only a few items. 10c For Sheer Persian Lawn, never sold under 18c. 10c Sheer Checked Muslins and Pajama Cloths, worth 15c. h Flaxon, 12. I -- 2c Plain looks like linen, wears better. 45-in30-inc- $15 Choice of all $29 Silk Dresses All thin white dresses, Gingham and Lawn Dresses, Kimono? and I -- 2c Silk Petticoats at very decided ductions for this sale. DRESS SKIRTS. Ladies' Summer Vests, tap- re- ed neck and arms, our best 10c vest. 12 . SHEETS AND COTTON During this sale we will offer special reductions on all kinds of Domestics, Sheets, Pillow Cases and goods by the yard. 7c For Hope Bleached Muslin. 12 Etra Good Pillow Cases 69c Fine Quality Sheets, 81x91. 2c We have exactly 150 skirts in stock. All in latest styles of Voiles, Serges and Fancy Mixtures, all offered at sweeping reductions. $2.95 For nil wool Panama Skirts $3.75 For Serge and Mixtures, wero $0.50. All white Pique Skirts nt reduced prices. Ladies' Summer Vests in o splendid styles, value 20c. All our Gauze Vests and Union 2c Suits, also all Muslin Underwear Drawers, Skirts, etc., at Reduced Prices. in Gowns, HOSIERY AND GLOVES i iji E. T. Pence Stanford, Kentucky All Hosiery and Gloves of every kind nt reduced prices. a SHIRT WAISTS 85c Choice of Waists selling at $1 98c Choice of Waists selling at $1.25. $1.20 Choice of Waists selling at $1.50. ed, CORSETS. Every corset in our stock reducincluding such celebrated makes as Nemo, Bon Ton and Thompsou's Glove Fitting. Do You Want a Silo? ThU cut shows you what we are now prepared to construct Ladies', Misses' and Children's - Mattings, Kugs and Furniture Lace Curtains and Curtain Nets SHOES At Reduced Prices at Reduced Prices at Reduced Prices B We have one f 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 hot delay, but get in next. We have the territory of Lincoln and Garrard counties. Telephone 136 Danville THE FARMERS bed. 44-- 2 Bowcn Goode. On Mondav. June the 10th 1912 (County Court Day) I will sell to ijiiiniiiiiiiiii dies or children to drive not Kentucky PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. fit B afraid e For Sale. Large Posted Fred Handorf. tobacco the highest bidder, a splendid pony, half Shetland, 52 Spotted, fine style inches high. and action, perfectly gentle for la of autos, city broke. Also a splendid two seated pon" trap almost new. Ponv trao and harness will-bsold promptly nt 11 o'clock. Listen for Col. J. P. Chandler, W. P. Kincuid. A few registered Tamworth pigs for sale at real bargain prices. Send for description circular. W. A. Cof48-4fey & Son, McKinney, Ky. p. Tke Best tke World Offers in Insurance Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Burglary, kinds of bonds signed. Plate Glass, Live Stock, Automobile; All Stanford, Kentucky & Bromley REPRESENTING Northwestern Mutual Life. Reval Health & Accident American Suretv loads. National Live Stock. L Others. I Ins. Co.. of N. A. Fire. CMtinenta! Fire. Raval Fke. 4 Ottors & Fir.. LOSSES PAID PROMPTLY. ECAL RATES. Junction City. Mr. William Adams, who lives n couple of miles from this city, while driving n team the other daw saw n rattlesnake lying beside the road, which he promptly dispatched, bringing it here wheie it will be bluffed. This bnake was posebvd vf ten rattles und a button which, according to gentlemen veiled in snukeology made him in his eleventh year. He was lnrge for his age. Mr. and Mrs. Jumes D. Shelby and (hildreu, of Danville, have moved into the Linniettn Springs property here belonging to Mr. Shelby. The Cumberland Grocery Co., through it manager, Mr. E. I). Sweeney, bought of Mr. George Shelby two horses nt $150 each. Dr. W. W. Phillip Iiuh tented an office in Hustonulle and will practice his profession of dentistry theie in the fnt'iie. Mr. E. II. Sweeney purchased of Mr. W J. Dellaun, of Danville, a pound. Ford uuto. Mvers & Tucker, of the West End, Mr. II. C. Catron has relumed hotwht n hunch of 175 nound hoes from Cincinnati, bringing with him a from Frank liohbitt last week to bo (the 20th and 25th of June. Tliev new 1012 model Elmore automobile, will bring within $1 of the market for which machine he Im3 the agency. at tits time thev are delivered. cele-bruted 1-- E. L. King and Faulkner Kennedy, valued East End subscribers of the I. J. paid it an appreciated call Monday, and told of the splendid crops which the farmers of that part of the county are getting in this year. Neither will inise any tobacco this Mr. Kinr says that he had benson. in a crop year before last aud got five cents for it, which finished him. Mr. Kennedy has 00 acres of ex ceptionally fine corn this season. Ho Iiuh 40 acres knee high now and it is looking as fine ns silk. T. J. Durham, who breeds the Duroo hogs and bells them faster than he can raUe them, was also in town Monduy for court. Ilu Iiuh never had a cuse of cholera in his pens, and says he never expects to for he has the best preventative medicine in the world, and 'Js thoroughly expert in tho handling of thU great breed of porkers. Jones & Co., the local stock buyers, shipped a car of lambs and a car of hogs to Cincinnati this week. They bought them at 0 2 cents a 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 $L90 per 100 pounds Oat equal $220 per 100 pounds. You feed no other grain with this fe4. and three quarts to one gallon makes a good feed. Order a sack today. J. H. Baughman & Co. Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky, v'6iM