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STANTOHD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. i a $25 DAMAGES IN BIG "ROAD CASE." 1 1 1 r TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. M TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1912. HUBBLE TELEPHONE CO. BURGLARY BY WHOLESALE V ST TRIPLE OFFER OF THE CONTEST IS NOW IN FORCE VOTES-GREATE- the ' Raofo give Triple votes Contest Manager receives order s from his firm to I th anl on all subscriptions turned In b etween the da es of June In addition to this big offer he Is further advised to extra votes on every dollar's worth of subscriptions turned In between June 1th and Ju ne 18th. 1 rDSmVELY NO BETTER OFFER WILL BE MADE. work every moment At any future time during the contes t. Get busy and If VoU are down on of the time for there Is not a minute to waste. the list, the Triple Votes will help you gain a lead. Call on those friends and cash your promises. THE GREATEST OFFER 1'HE CONTEST IS NOW ON nnjl evety contestant should put forth her best effort and take full advantage of it. The Contest Manager received order from his firm advising him to offer Triple Vote- both old and new subscriptions turned in between the dates of Tuesday morning June llth.aud Monday evening, dune 24lh. In addition to this advishh inducement, lie is furtherVOTES ed to offer 3.000 EXTRA OS EVERY DOLLAR'S WORTH OF TURNED IN SUBSCRIPTIONS BEFORE JUNE 18th. No contcst-nenn afford to waste anv oppor-lunit- v to secure subscriptions no WE GUARANTEE THAT THIS tor IS 1'OSITIVELY THE BIGGEST AND REST OFFER that will be wade nt any future time during tlie If you have not made an active race o far in this great race for fame and fortune get busy nt onoe for this i "YOUR OPPORt TUNITY'' to pnin n lend. any more of that valuable canto lime for your success or defeat depend on what efforts vou put foTtli In the next fe davs. Think of the of the honor or value of tbe prif this great race and wbat winn'mc in this cront offer mean to vou. Read carefully the schedule below and nee how rapidly the vote will count up for. you. tthtdiile of Votes June II. to June 18. ,...150.000 votes 23 yean ,...123.000 votes 20 year nt OK tinu of a mnn eailier in the contest and enn get him to increase his subscription now, we will give you the difference in votes between tbe present schedule and what the schedule was when you turned in the sub- r. 15 "10 (mrn years 8 years 8 jean 3 years ,... .... .... 90,000 vote 58,800 votes 10,500 vote 2 years .... 1,800 votes 1 year fut Forth Your Best Efforts If. 0u fail to take advantage of this tbt puniest ami nesi oner, juuc Art jeopardizing jour chances of a WINNER in this great nice. Itedouble vour eflmts from now unlf til Hit close. It nil depends on your-feand on what ou and your will friends DO NOW whether outhos-be the proud owner of one of valuable nnres nfter the contet i NOW at once n RIGHT over. he time to hustling. When ou are paring back and forth on the closinjr night waiting for the judges to the results of the contest, yovr legietH tlrtit ou have waited "precious moments will nvnil you Right now is the tune to iiothinir. get the subscriptions that will make you n winner let the others do the JrK'elting nfter the final count. Read This Carefully. ' If ou have Becurcd the Mibscrip- be-in- .... .... 40.500 votes 28,500 votes 10.200 votes scription. For instance if you secured one year's subscription lnl week and pot 1,200 votes on it and can now get him to increnso it to five vears now, we will give yon Hip diit'eience in votes between the 1,200 ules and 23,500 votes now Riven on g a fie year subscription. So by him to pav $1.00 more, you would be entitled to the difference of 27,300 votes. About New Subscriptions When you Ket n subscription, be sure and find out whether it is old or new and mark it so on the part of the receipt which you turn into the office with your remittance. Other-wiswe arc liable to be delnjed in getting tbe pnper started. Also be sure to pet the address correct. Thousands of Votes Polled Thousands and thousands ot votes hue been polled lately and many new chances will be noted. Many of tbe contestants probably turned in nearly alt their reserve vote to keep near the top. It is tbe idea to poll enough votes to keep somewhere near the top for then you catch u great deal of the scattering vote. A great many people have no personal friends in the contest mid they usu-nll- y vote for someone in their neighborhood or someone of whom they have heard friends speuk. Every day people come into the office or mail their subscriptions nnd vote that, way. If there is any mistake in your' votes up to the present date, cull the attention of the contest malinger to it before next Thursday night. Otherwise the court will stand as conect up to the present date. Rear in mind thtit it is still anybody's race and Hint your "favorite" may just as well win as tb ose if you nnd vour friends nnd nciyuuin-tnncwill pitch in and mnke the hist few davs fnirlv hum with your industry. Make up our mind that your favorite is going to bo one of the winners and then proceed to put that determination into effect. Get out among the people nud hustle as you never did before. Stir up cxerjbody who is at all interested in your "favorite's" campaign and get them to help you. Though an euor. the name of Miss Jennie Riiukiu who lies in Garrard t'ounty was placed in the firt district when it should lme been put in the second district. This coireclioii u made today. The names of the winners of the special prize offer which closed last 's night will be published in next issue. gel-tinp, es Fri-da- DIRTRlr.T NO. I. Miss Elsie E. Coleman ..,..52,275 Miss Margaret E. Holtzclnw .52,275 52,275 Miss Lcnii Palmer 52,275 Miss Annie Middletou 51,055 Miss Elizabeth Stngg Miss Roberta Iloltzclaw ...51.020 51,340 Miss Ida II. Pettus 47,785 Mts Elizabeth Higgins 40,425 Mims Josephine Brady 45,870 Mrs. I.. L. Sanders Miss Mury E. McKtniiev ....45,390 Miss Delia May Lawrence ...42,040 42.22.J Miss May North 38,280 Miss Lucile Crow . 37,035 Miss Emma Meier , 35.005 Miss Kate Anderson 32,785 Mrs. Mary Morton 31,725 Mis Elirabeth Fox 30,975 Miss Mury D. Heck . . . . 30,405 Miss Gertrude Wilkinson ,28,375 Miss Rose McCoimacV, 27,155 Miss Anna Wurren 20,030 Miss Isubelle Reynolds 25,805 Miss Guru Collier 25,075 Miss Elirubetli Carter 24,275 Miss Jennie Pcpples 23,005 Miss Mary K. Djjdderur . .23,445 Miss llessie McCormuck 23,420 Miss Mnry Moore Rauey 22,030 Miss Bertie McClure 22,475 Miss Elsie Singleton 20.730 Miss Eva Hortou 19,320 Miss Josephine Morris , . 17,745 Miss Florence Dawes 17,725 Miss Etfie Drye 1(1,750 Miss Ruth flocking 10,505 Miss Roxie Jennu.gs 10,5(15 Miss Hot tie White 15 1(20 Miks Dollie Wilcher 15,745 Miss Ruth Tanner Miss Marthu Broughton . . 15,325 13,4M Mis Minelle Pniitt 12,040 Miss Muniie Holuiuti 12,230 Miss Mnttie Miss Mary Ethel Anderson .11.520 11,490 Miss Nell Ruck .11.350 Miss Mndie Butler 11.275 Miss Lucy Oooch 11.240 Miss Emma Holtzcluw 11,050 Miss Lulu Coker 10.130 3Iis Mary RuseU . 7.480 Miss Lelia R. Jones . 7.040 Miss Bessie Riffe . 0.070 Miss Zen a Eiihauks 0.120 Miss LWe Cooper , RAILROAD RAISES WAGES C. S. Section Hands To Get $1.50 a Day Burglars Busy. Organized at Thriving Little Suburb Committed At Wade's Store at WalWith 50 Subscribers. nut Flat Negro Suspected. Hubble, Ky., June 11. The store of J. II. Wade, in Wnl-nIlona McKechnie has been laid up Flut Section, was burglarized with boils on his hands for two Friday night of about $35 worth of weeks. Mr. F. F. Stigall, who has been goods, mostly flour, lard, bacon, etc. visiting his daughter, Mrs. A. P. Officers are hot on the trail of the Sloan lias returned to his home nt burglar nnd believe that they have a Somerset. clew which will lead to the guilty W. G. Rankin, of Perryville, pass- party. No money was taken. ed through here ou his way to The front door of the little (.tore Wayne county to buy cattle. was broken in, entrance being afMr. L. G. Hubble is having his fected in this way, and the burglar store and lesidence painted. seems to hnve carted off tho booty Law-so- n W. C. Pettus s.il.J Hmwn by the wholesale in a wagon. A some fat hogs at 7 cents. young negro who works for Mr. J. M. Rankin sold W. L. Lillnrd Wade saw a negro man driving near some cattle to go, in September nt tbe place late that night, and this 5 cents. is believed to be the criminal. Lee Rankin is having a concrete Mr. Wade reported his loss to the silo built. Phillips Bros., of Stan- officers here Saturday and they ford are doing the work. took the trail at once, and it is beA telephone company has been orlieved that the culprit will soon be ganized here with a capital stock of behind the bars. Lending farmers in this $2,500. section are the stockholders. It is SENATOR HUBBLE hoped that communication can be established with all the surrounding Said to be Certain of Appointment town. A switchboard will be inas Prison Commissioner. stalled at the home of Squire J. T. Robert:., with his daughter Miss Inn It looks like Senator It. L. Hubble Roberts as operator. The exchange of Lincoln county, is certain to be start' with 50 phones subscribed for appointed a Prison Commissioner, nlrendy and is is believed the list by the governor. The Frankfort cur. be still further incrensed. A Journal said la.s't week: Chris-macommittee composed of John 'Senutor Took Hubble, of Lincoln D. B. Morris and Wilson Alex-nndcounty, who is the ''hottest tip" for is at work arranging for pole", n place on the new Prison commiswire nnd instruments and it is hopsion, was in 1'rankftul ycslerduy to ed to have the exchange working in see the Governor. It has been statnbout 30 davs. ed several times on what seems to be ut n. er I Jury Awards ...... .... Junction City, June 11. Burglars broke into Mr. C. B. HclnT cellar Thursday evening and mnde themselves richer by n bucket of lard and three pounds of butter. The C. N. O. & T. P. railway has raised the pay of section hands here from $1.35 to $1.50 per day. Messrs. R. II. West and John Alston went to Stanford Monday, summoned there on a case in court. Mr. und Mrs. C. H. Herherson were in Danville Saturday afternoon piog. Miss Lnvinia McGraw has returned from n visit to Mesdames J. D. Shelby and Forrest Johnstone in Danville. Miss Irene Lyons has returned from Danville, where she visited her W. V. Keeton that Sum After Hard Fight Through Two Courts !! ... .... ... ........ nunt, Mrs. John Wright, during commencement. Mrs. George Tucker, of Grecns-huiwho hns been the eues't of Mrs. C. II. Helm left with Mrs. Helm Saturday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wheat, in Perrjville. Miss Gel ti tide Jones has returned to Hedgeville, after visiting M.ss g, Anna Cosby. W. Elliott, of Sulphur, preached at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening Miss Lucile Hnrbersoti, of Perry-vill- e, nnd Miss Louellu Drown, of Pniksvillc, are guests of Miss Lucy Haiikla. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wallace, of Danville, were here Thursday afterKy., Re. II. Hi-Ii- oj F I SIX MORE PRIZES ADDED TO BIG LIST. S The Interior Journal's Grea t Pnnutarllu Contest nas met with great success so far and th e race has become so exciting that we have decided to add si x more prizes to me uia list, tn nivn the Contestants a sti II better chance to win. These prizes, conslstina of two handso me writing desks, one purchased L Co.. two from W. A. Trlbble, and one fro m J. L. Beazlev beautiful dresses, purchased fr om Severance & Son and two of the famous H. B. Smith Fountai n Pens, will probably be award-e- s In each of the districts. Lack rd as third, four and fifth priz nf snnce will not permit US to 0l ve full details of these added prizes today but will try and do so In the Friday's issue. ilijjLM"gjlliilMgi'liiP"11"''11 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ' $500 POPULARITY CONTEST This Ballot Must Be Voted on or nfore June 22nd. Dlstrfct Ne. , Good For 10 Votes FOR Addrw This Coupon, when neatly out out and brought or mailed to the Contest Department of the Interior Journal, will count for the person whose name is written thereon. These ballets must be fastened together in packages, enclosed in envelopes,' before being deposited. reliable authority that Senntor Hubble has been promised a place on the Junior nnd Freshman classes Commission, and the report here is of the High School here entertained Some Property Owners Object to that he will be one of those named ... , Senior class by going to the the Removal for Sidewalks. by the Governor next week. Senator .spring over which the battle of Hubble was one of the most promiwas fought and giving a picConsiderable opposition developed nent members of the Senate nt the nic on Thursday. Those who attendto the plan of having the trees cut last two terms, and has been a closp ed were Misses Sura Richardson, down in town where new concrete friend of Gov. McCrenry. There nre Lucy Hnnkla, Irene Lyons, Marv paving is to be laid, at the regular those who profess to know, who inSteele, Gertrude Richardson, Anah meeting of the City Council Senntor Hubble is certain last sist Pruitt, Luln Sewell, Elsie Alstott, Thursday niht. Dr. J. A. Peyton, to bethat of the commissioners. Sevone DISTRICT NO Maggie Clarkson and Misses Zana J. A. A"en and others vere before eral candidates for one of the places Lancaster. .. 52.275 Breeding, Louise and Agnes Green, the city fathers protesting against on the Commission arc doing some Miss Jennie Ruukin . . .. 41,235 of PeiTyville, Messrs. Frank Powell. the destruction of the beautiful tnll hustling and the Governor has Friends nnd relatives of Mr. Ada Wesley Miss .. 37,905 Bob Liugle, Lewis Alstott, John Mc- shade 'trees which ndorn the edge his hands full deciding whom he will Stephen Walker are glad to learn Miss Bertha West . . . he has returned from the Lebanon ...33.110 Graw, John Burka, Ivan Moore, of the sidewalk in front of their res- nppoint." Miss Susie Roberts... hospital much imoroved in health. .. 32.495 Prof. II. H. Brediug and Clell Breed- idences on East Main street. Dr. Miss Lillie Heurv .. 29,025 ing, of Perryville. The chaprones Peyton offered to allow the sideDr. Wra. Burnett is the owner of Miss Azile Elaiu Highland .. 20,390 were Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Richard- walk laid several inches over on his Coleman Lutes has gone to Lex n handsome new runabout of the Mis Dnisy Shuttles ery latest pattern. Miss Willie Wilkinson .... . 10,915 son, Mesdames W. C. Surber and property in oider to save the trees, ingtou to tnke a. soaition. .. 13.390 G. D. McCollum. Dinner was spread nnd Mr. Allen nlso saved the trees Mrs. John Bryant nnd beautiful t The Presbyterian church is underMiss Lottie Wcsterfield spring. .. 12.970 near the going repairs. Miss Jewel Francisco in front of his home. being remodeled and Irene, .. 12,035 MN Rachel Lyons, of Huston-vill- e There was considerable argument daughters, Stella the county of Som- in many ways. It is interior decoraMiss Loretta Frith The meeting erset,, attended hn been selected to teach the Miss I.aini;i McGtiiw ..., .. 12,350 over the advantage of cutting down nt Mt. Moriah and visited their rela- tions of the building is the work of Miss Sura Richardson ... .. 11.800 (ith, 7th nnd 8th grade in the high the trees. Councilman Rout explainWm. M. Lay and Company of Cinschool here this fall. Miss Lou-ell- a ed that the overhanging limbs did tives here. .. 11,015 Miss Alma Cosby Misses Bessie Hill and Kate Davis cinnati. Lingle will tench the primary .. 11.210 Miss May Cozntt Miss Mildred Beazley has been in much damage to the electrie light Raney, of Stanford were the guests Miss Margaret Lee Gmbbs .10.875 grades. wires, nnd other causes were as- of the Misses Lutes last week. Danville, visiting Mr. and Mrs. John 10.725 ... Miss Elsie Morris 2 signed why they should be removed. Rev. A. S. Godbey and family S. Baiighmnn. Dr. Wm. E. Burton, Compulsory Attendance Law 10,380 Mrs. Dick Hamilton guest Mail of the citizens hnve insisted, have returned to their home nt Pine-vill- e, of Chicago, was the week-en- d SEC. 3. . 7,320 Miss Annie Pollard however, that the beauty of the thornfter visiting relatives und of his sister, Mrs. George M. PatAny parent, guardian or other oughfares will be greatly marred by Miss Sadie Anderson .... . 7.130 Miss Mar' Dalton is at friends at Waynesburg, Science Hill, terson. . 7.035 person failing to comply with the destruction of the shade trees, but Miss Sara Reed Somerset, King's Mountain and home for the summer after a yenr's 0.015 provisions of this act shall forfeit they will be cut out, except in the Highland. . study nt Hamilton College. Mrs. Miss Jennie Swope . 3.950 to the use of the school within the few cases where the property ownMiss Stella Sanders Mrs. Walter Baugh and sister, Robert Brewer and little son Robert Miss Jennie liwrence ... . 3.005 district in which such child Incs'n ers have made personnl ideas 0 Minnie Walls, of Danville, are visit- Wnlker Brewer, of Chelsea, Okla2,935 sum not less than five dollars (5) save them, or want to take the mnt-te- r ing homefolks here. . homa, are here for n visit to Mr. Mis Mnry Lear . 2.030 no i more than twenty dollars ($20) Miss I'nn Overstieet into the court. Alter finishing his ,ear's work at mid Mr. Joel Walker. Miss Aman. 2,350 fov the first offense nor less than Miss Mvrtle Brown Fninii College, Barhourville, John II. da Anderson was in Lexington for ten dollars nor more than titty dol. 2.1S0 Miss Snlhe Smith 2 Young spent u week with his par- a stay with her bister, Mrs. Betlie Death of Jas. A. Klnq. lars for the second and every subents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Young, Miller. Miss Edna Kavannugh is Highland, Ky., June 11. sequent offence nnd cost of suit. Miss Emma Meier Died on the 3rd iiist. Mr. James then went on to Greenfield, Ind., nt home from the D. Institute in InWM. LAN'DGRAF. Sec. LinMra. .1, D. Duuu and A. King 73 years of age. Mr. King where ho is working for the S. A. dianapolis. coln County Board of Education. daughters, of Roswell, New Mexinuned to this place nbout eight Mullikin Book Co. Miss Grace Young enme home n co, are guests of Mrs. John Ballurd enrs ngo from Burgin. His health Claude Hester's Car Smashed Mist Lillian Cochbegan to fail about two years ngo, few days to be with her brother, and daughter. ran is in Georgetown visiting her The steering gear ol Claude Hes-tei- 's but was not colli ined to his bed but and attend the county meeting. big automobile went wrong as nbout 'tluee weks. Mrs. Mr. David Burton bus gone to cotisiiib the Misses Lackey. Ho had been a he wntf speeding nlong the Danville member of the Methodist church for Bloomington, to be with his son It- - A. Campbell, of Nichilu, Kansas, is visiting blisses Elizabeth and In pike Sunday, and it tinned over this moie than 30 years nnd had lived a Clarence, who has typhoid fever. side of the covered bridge, doing a consistent Christian life. Miss Ruth Coffev. of Bowen. is dia Johnsou. Mis Ella Thompsou, Aftei of Dunville- - is with Miss Hullie big amount of damage to the car. funeral sen ices nt his late icsidence Uitiug relatives bete. Mfs. Juck Adams and Mr. Hester and three friends who by his pastor Rev. Couch, his reMiss Doiu Mooie and son, of Dun-ill- e, Brown. were with him in the car nt the time, mains weie taken to tho Lancaster were heie at the funeral ot her daughter Miss Cnllie were guests the past, of Lexington relatives. weie thrown out. but not seriously cemeteiy. He leaves a wife, two father, Mr. King. hint. The car was damaged sever- daughter nnd one son with a ho.'t John L. Baugh, while triu' to Miss Iva Lee Smith leues next Mix al hundred dollors' worth. It was of friends and neighbors, who had chain n cow's bend, the cow started week for her home in Richmond, ilmost n iniiiicle that the occiiDnuts learned to love the old mnn. to to inn catching a hook that was on Ind. Mis Muyuus Lee Dullard has of the car weie not instantly killed. mourn his loss. the chain into his huud and dragging ns her guest Miss Mabel Duun, of him some little distunce before tho Nicholusville, Ind. A telegram has been received Judge Roach Must Cough Up. hook broke loose, Prisoner Killed By Officer luceruting his Rob Rninev. who assaulted the Tho right of the county attorney hand making quite a painful wound. here announcing the death of Mrs. Miss Minnie Buugb while picking Henry Guy Jennings at her western S.Mietarv of the Y. M. C. A., mid of any county to employe iiss'i-taThe dewho whipped tluee officers in Cor-hi- ii counsel in a suit in behalf of the struwherries in the old field cumo Home, Tulsa, Okluhotna. the other niuht. was lodged in county wns denied by the C ourt of near stepping on u rattlesnake. She ceased wus 72 yeui of uge and an jail at Williamsburg, and when Sher- - Appeals in the case of W. 1. Allen, called her father, who was near. ind uiiusiiully well preseru-- womau ,J itt l V. lieni 10 went 10 imug mm county attorney, ngaiiist the Count v by searching a little soon found and veryof commanding appearance aud elect in curiiuge. She moved to court Moiuhn he assaulted the Board of Education, appealed from dispatched the reptile which was feet long and had to Tulsa ubout 18 months ago with ofticer, who called secial deputies the Mercer Circuit Couit Judgment tluee and one-haher daughter, Mrs. W. I. Williams. ruttle$ und ono birtton. of the lower court was affirmed on i to his aid. In the fight that followMrs. Ottie Chenlot an'd Master Her deafh was due to a complication ed it was found necessary to shoot the original nnd icveised on the' him. one of the bullets ptissiug cross nppeol. B. F. Roach was cm- - . rredilie are visiting ut her mother's of diseases, her health having been on the decline since Xuius. .Mrs. thiough his heiut. Severn! of the ployed by Allen to assist bun in Mrs. Lucy Faulkner. District No. 1 Horn, to Ihe wife of Dave Bui ton, Jennings was u remarkably intelsuits by Mercer county, the agreeone ofticer were badly bitten nud beatToday we introduce you to ment being that he should have half a boyv and to the wife of Hiram lectual womuu and tine comersut-ioualis- t. of our imint ambitious contestants, en by the intimated mnn. Notwithstanding the fact the amount recoveied. Roach has Young n girl. Miss Emma Meier, who lives near Mr. Walter Cannon and wife. Mrs. that she hud mude muiiy new friends For Sale or Rent. McKiuney bet'ii paid $0,000. The coqrt m he is Wn nesburg, K.v Victor Gilliland, Miss Lclu Smith. in the thriving western cit" her haul to win and with the continued Coal & Fetd pioneity. If not sold the employment of Roach wus withbv the first of, July will rent. This out nny warrant in lnw and now he Russell Thompson, of King's Moun- mind nnd heuit would often revert assistance of her many friends, we i tho biisinesf part of the propeity or Allen must pay back the $0,000 tain, Miss Maude Brown, Cliailie to many dear nud cherished assolook ior her to be among the leadBrown, and Mr. Griffin nnd family ciates in her "Old Kentucky Home". consisting of one lot, 150 leet ut with interest. ers on June 29th. attended the singing at Highland The remains reached Lancaster niilio.nl track, one coal bin 92 feet anMouduy morning, uud funeral serThe woinun of today who has good Sunday. There is one medicine that every long, one warehouse 30x00 feet Miss Myrtle, Gooch of King's vices weie held at the Christian warehouse office and scale health, good temper, good sense, family should he piovided with and other dining summer building combined 24x52 feet, and a bright eyes and n lovely complexion, Mountain, came up Thursday to church in the afternoon at 3 o'clock the especially place Mowers on the graves of her in the sanctuary she loved and of months; viz, Chamberlain's Colic, fiist class wagon scule in connection the result of correct living and good parents nnd others. which she had so long been a memDiarruoea Remedy. It Rest piece of business nroperty in digestion, wins the admiration of the Cholera and Mr. Smith Faulkner is expecting ber. Mrs. W. I. Williums, of TuUa. If your digestion if faulty be needed. It the town of ateKlnney, first class world. is almost certain to Oklahoma, n son J. Bradford Jen- costs but n quarter. Can you afford territory for business, trude now es Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver to move to Ludlow tins week. Word has been received here j nings, of Pecos, Texas, and a sister to be without it! For sale by Pen- - tablished on Coal feed lime cement tablets will correct it. For sale by " Louisville, that Mr. SW Light the Mrs. J. M. Frazee, of Mays For , any furtlier inlor Pennj's Drug Store. nwa l)i-i- " 51nrp. , salt, brick. . ." i, . The C. U. team defeated the In- fattier uf Mrs. J. U. Baugu of tins survive. Central University nine won motion m regaru lo mis properiy, The recently warned to a well place, the collegeate baseball champion- - call to see or write E. 0. GOOCH, dians 7 fo S, only one score better to do was widow of that city. Contest closes JttaMih. than the Stanford boys. McKinney, Ivy. ship of the state. noon. The WANT TO SAVE TREES Per-ryvil- le .... The celebrated "road case" which has consumed about as much time in court and totalled about as much in costs as the famous "hog cuse" in Boyle county, was finnlly decided by a jury in Circuit Court Monday, which handed down a judgment, awarding W. V. Keeton, of the Hubble community the sum of $25 as damages done to his property by the ulii'ini; of of an acre frois his property in order to change the turnpike so as to permit the building of a bridge over Hanging Fork Creek. The trial in the circuit court was on appeal from a judgment of the county court which gave a judgment of $25 in favor of Mr. Keeton for damage to his land. Mr. Keeton asked for $500 damages for his loss, but lost both below and in the higher court. Innumerable witnesses were introduced on ench side, some of whom testified that the damage to Mr. Keeton's property was as much ns $1,000. Others testified that the building of the bridge nnd the raising of the road to the higher level would be n positive ndvantage to Mr. Keeton and the other property owners along the route. The style of the action wns W. V. Keeton against Wilson Alexander nnd tho othpr property owners in that section who were interested in having the bridge built over Hanging Fork. The array of legal talent in the suit wns quite formidable. For Mr. Keeton appeared Attorneys Henry Jackson, Emmet Piiryear, of Danville. K. S. Alcorn, of Stanford. For the other side were the nttorneys John W. Raw-ling- s, of Danville. George D. Florence and T. J. Hill. Jr., of Stanford. The jury was taken out to the plnee in issue on Saturday in a bu3 and viewed the premises. for-tercst- ed Hi n 4i .... .... R-- .... .... R-- f Fvti ii ut lf K-ve- M ... 't k t fHE W THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY TUESDAY JUNE II. 1912. m Interior Journal M. SAID SHE WOULD FAINT ii MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S ODD PANTS . 8MELTON 1 SAUrLE- Y- .rroprifter A TEAK 8TRI0TI.T IA IN ADVANCE u Enltrti $tteni rIM imII matttr. frfclf( (( JSUntri Mrs. Delia Len UiuMt t Stand On Her Feet More Than a Few Minutes at a Time. jj Tin Circular ataircan t. Political Announcements T)it aroonncrnifEti In thli coloma fasdiAitti (or officr, inlj.ct to tb of tb dtnocrMlt primary t r el action And now, while our stock is new, get your pick. Blues, Serges, Greys, CtnCTitt COL. J. r. CHINK, ef Jlrt J. A. BULUVAN, cl N.d.ion HARVEY HELM, cl Lincoln Tor CommnirrllVs AtUrnty ElUILTT l'UKTEAR, ol Ilcjl. W. 8. BURCH, ol Lincoln rr It. B. fr Shtrt DAUOHMAN Browns, Plaids, and White Flannels and White Serges. J. We have anything you can use in the work pant line. Also "Pinchecks" in the "Sweet B. W. Q1VENS O. WEATHEKFORD. T. J. HILL Tcr Cranly Juigi 1. A. RICE M, r. NORTH Circuit Clerk Tr I). WEAREN J. 3. T UOLDAM W. M. DUNCAN Tcr JaiUr TEYTON l'ARRISH OEOHOB DERORDE DINK TARMER WILLIAM II. IltSTE!: W. A. CARSON mediately. Now, I can do my work all toe time, and don't suffer like I did." Take Cardui when you feel 111 In any way weak, tired, miserable, or under the weather. Cardui Is a strength-buildintonic medicine for women. It has been found to relieve pain and distress caused by womanly troubles, and It an excellent medicine to have on hand at all times. Cardui acta on the womanly constitution, building up womanly strength, toning up the nerves, and regulating the womanly organs. Its halt century ot success Is due to merit It has done good to .thousands. - ...- -. jI ! t aii )uu try u you need. Ask your druggist about will recommend It. Cardui. He N. B. TTritt tn: U4W AMioor Brt.,piii crrnal aroji !.U1U1t.i Co..Crjrocii.Tein.JerTrriloMnl took. Horn. Jnnruetwnt, nj far Wooon," nt In ?!) rrrr. m mow rendrrrM, 0a. Mrs. Delia Leng, ot this place. In a recent letter. says: "For Ore or lx yer, I suffered agonies with womanly trouble. Often, I couldn't sit up more than a few minutes at a time, and It 1 stood on my teet long, I would faint. 1 took Cardui, and It helped me Im- At 12:30 o'clock the Saturday before, as soon as the business of the dar was closed, Mr. John Ilalley, the cashier ot the defunct bank, had taken his hat and departed. During the afternoon he had called up Mr, Aronson, a member of the board, and said he was 111, and might not be at the bank for a day or two. As lUlley was highly thought of, Mr. Aronson merely ex MEN'S SUITS a man by the Clothes He wears, and yet it is equally true that a man's personal appearance makes a great imIt is true that we must not judge m Orr" for the warm days. Tcr Aifor P. L. DECK. 8. M. OWENS R II. BRONAUO.f T. 0 8ANDID0E J. II. 1IOONE W T GARNER for ilaeittrati i. T. ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EAD3 JOtJEril L. OOODE SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky SPRING SUITING My new spring and summer samnow ready for your inspecStrawberry plants, Grape Vines, ples are 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. is preferable to ready made clothes. To have them made to measure rL F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, doesn't cost any more 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. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES J.L.Beazley &Co HyHI 1 ri See Us Before 'Buying Your Spring Goods Have nice Selection of Druggets, Mattings, Carpets, Lace Curtains, etc. JThe Correct Styles in Millinery. Come and see our Stock and be convinced. The Advocate now says that Congressman Helm signed n pledge not o oppose Judge Sullivnn if Judge Sullhnn would not oppose him four j ears ngo. The other dny the Advocate wns saying that Helm had pledged himself not to make the present race. Xow, we don't believe that Congressman Helm has signed any sort of pledge. If there is such a pledge, let's see it. You print it, brother Mclntyre and we'll do the some. And we won't charge for it either. If Judge Sullivnn has any such pledge from Mr. Helm, why didn't he flash it two years ago, when he was d tentative candidate along with a number of other prominent democrats in the district ? All of whom withdrew, however, when they coudn't get a convention. Nothing was heard of nnv such pledge then, though the Advocate now says that it was civen four years ago. That "pledge" business looks n little flismy from here. You'll have to show us. , AND EM. UNDERTAKERS BALMER8. AL80 DEALMATER IN FURNITURE, TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF 8TOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE 1 1 QUIT. IN&SUOT, ET Argus in the Louisville Herald savs thnt the election ot .Mayo as National Committeeman means he will be n candidate for the democratic nomination for governor three years from now. This is one f the few instnnces where Argus' political proanostications are wrong. MAY ROLL OF HONOR Honor Roll of the Stanford Graded Schools for May the last month of the term wns as follows: Primary. Jennie Harnett, Lillie Ballou, Olgft Camenisch, Maggie Hutchinson, Kntherine Kincnid, Marion Mitchell, James Paxton, Mary Louise Stone, Dorothy Tribble, Annette Wrny, Lueile Wnlker. Grade 2. Eddy B. Baughman, Katherine Bruce, Adolph Camenisch, Frandes Fish, Lee Davis Fisher. Mary C. Hocker, Willie Murphy, Nellie Mitchell, Adelaide Proctor, Mary G. Powell, Lelia Raney, Frances Tate Houston Yager. Grade 2. Arnola Ramsey, Mamie Hutchinson, Margie Lynn Margaret Dawes, Lueile Carter, Catherine Brady, Josephine Gooch, Effie Jenkins, ( Henry Baughman, James Baughman. Grade 3. Mary Brnckett, Joseph Ballou, George Farris, Joe Grimes, Mary Pettus, Ida Pettus, Margaret Shanks, Vio Gose Smith, William Tate, Louise Waters, Lueile Waters, Joseph Walters. Grade 4. Sam Craig, Frank Cor- dier, Frances Cormney, Mary Hill Garman, Jnnie Hocker, Snmmie, Hutchinson, Daisy Lunsford, Sophie Saunders, Sadie Wearen. Grade 5. Elizabeth Carter, Carrie Davis, Thelma Francis, Tilden Cooper, Annette Wearen, Heath Severance, Willie Pepples. Mary Beck, Rachel Hill, Sarah Cormney Ruby Hilton, John Reid McKinney. Grade 6. Clarence Singleton, Leonard Ballard, Hobnrt Arnold, Lee Mershon, Annie Rogers Powell, Nnncv Katherine McKinney, Frances Embry, Annie VnnArsdalo Crnicr, Grade 7. Mntsv Grimes, Jean Pnxton, Nellie W. Hill, Frances Brnckett. Henley Cnsb, Joe T. Ein-biHnrtwell Shanks, Maurice Tucker. Grade 8. Mnud Arnold, Elln Eiehenberger, Gertrude Gnines. Jes-m- o Hocker, Lewis Proctor, Maggie Rankin. Freshman. Sallie Mills Craitr. Sophomore. Elizabeth Mnthcnv. Robert Carter, Marion Grimes, Wm. y, Corsets You can make no mistake in buying Middleburg. There is no Tenson why every democrat in this county, thould not vote for Himey Helm in the primary Auw-- t 3rd. Besides there are ren-owhy they should. First his record in Congress hns been bct-exceptionally irood. He is our neighbor, ami wns the only man thnt ventured into Casey last year to make n speech for the democratic ticket. Harvey is all right and democrats hereabout seem to hnve recognized that fact, and will show their appreciation of his worth bv voting solidly for him. Saturday as Miss Minnie Shannon was on her way to Yosemite, she met a runaway team, and the horse she was driving became frightened and she was in dancer of being seriously hurt. But Robert Brncher the driver, managed to pull the runaways into a wire feuce, and his brother 0. B. Bracher jumped out and caught Miss Minnie's horse before nnv damage was done save a broken shaft. The opening of the Golden Dawn Dawn Hotel, took place Thursday June G. Jason Lawhorn, the proprietor, tells us that his prospects for a profitable business this season nre real flattering. Jason has put coii!iderngle money into this report in putting things m order and surely does deserve a liberal patrontige. Wntterson and his gnng don't seem to hae been in it u little at the State Convention. Henry has been a boss in his day, but he and his boys have lost out, though they are slow in discoverinir it. Misses Louise and Penrl Claunch, of Mercer county, camp Saturdnv for a visit with Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Claunch. Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Winfrey, of Pclleyton, spent Sunday with R. B. nnd Mrs. Young. Ramsey Rubarts, that clever merchart, of Dunnville, was on the hn-- k Saturday, en route home. Misses Martha and Ruch Dv went to Liberty, Monday to se.e their giundmotuer, Mrs. Dye. ns WIFE'S HEALTH RESTORED Husband Declared Lydla E. Pinkhama Vegetable Compound Would Restore Her Health, And It Did. Aahland, Ky. a Warner's Rust-Pro- of Corset, price $1, $1.50 and $2. Also a full line of American Beauty Corsets, prices $1 to $3.50. etmed tor Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford; Ky. . White Shoes and Oxfords This will be a great season for white footwear, and we are prepared to meet your wants with a full line of Ladies', Misses and Children's high and low shoes. male and kidney trou- ble and was so bad off ?z I could hardly rest "r m day or night I doctored with all the ', best doctors in town and took many kinds of medicine but nothing did any good until I tried your wonderful remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. My husband said it would restore my health and It has." Mrs. May Wyatt, Ashland, Ky. There are probably hundreds of thousands of women in the United States who have been benefitted by this famous old remedy, which was produced from roots and herbs over thirty years ago by a woman to relieve woman's suffering. "Four years ago I have everything the matter wiui me. 1 had fe- lnfranr T $jffT hand. ' "You must take us on faith," he said. "Jack Bailey hasn't a penny that doesn't belong to him; the guilty In a day or so." man will "I shall believe that, when It Is proved," I said grimly. "In the meantime, I take no one on faith. The never do." Gertrude, who bad been standing aloof at a window, turned suddenly. "But when the bonds are offered for sale, Halsey, won't the thief be detected at once?" unable to travel. That was bow things stood that Tuesday evening. The Traders' bank had suspended payment and John Bailey was under arrest, charged with wrecking It: Paul Armstrong lay very III In California, and his only son had been murdered two days before I sat dazed and bewildered. The children's money was gone; that was bad enough, though I had plenty. If they would let me share. Hut Gertrude's grief was beyond any power of mine to comfort; the man she had chosen stood accused of a colossal embezzlement and even worse. For In the Instant that I sat there I seemed to see the colls closing around John Ilalley as the murderer ot Arnold Armstrong Gertrude lifted her head at last and stared across the table at Halsey. "Why did he do It?" shp wailed. "Couldn't you stop him, Halsey? It was suicidal to go back!" Halsey was looking steadily through the windows of the brrakfast room, but It was evident he saw nothing "It was the only thing to do, Trude," he said at last. "Aunt Ilay, when I found Jack at the Greenwood club last Saturday night he was frantic I cannot talk until Jack tells me I may, but be is absolutely Innocent of all this, believe me. I thought, Trude and I thought we were helping him, but It was the wrong way. He came back. Isn't that the act ot an Innocent man?" "Then why did he leave at all?" I asked, unconvinced. "What Innocent man would run away from here at three o'clock In the morning? Doesn't It look rather as though he thought It Impossible to escape?" Gertrude rose angTlly. "You are not even Just!" she flamed. "You don't know anything; about It and you condemn him!" "I know that we have all lost a great deal of money," I said. "I shall believe Mr. Bailey Innocent the moment he Is shown to be. Tou profess to know the truth, but you caanot tell me - What am I to think Halsey leaned tier and patted my was known of his movements. Some time after one on Saturday he had entered the Western Union office at Cherry and White streets and had sent two telegrams. He was at the fJrren-wooCountry club on Saturday night, and appeared unlike himself. It was reported that he would bo released under enormous bond some time that day, Tuesday. The article closed by saying that while the officers of the bank refused to talk until the examiner had finished his work. It was known that securities aggregating a million nnd a quarter were missing. Then there was a diatribe on the possibility of such an occurrence: on the folly of a hank, and of a board of directors that met only to lunch together and to listen to n brief report from the cashier, and on the poor policy of a thnt arranges n three or four day examination a year The mystery, It Insinuated, had not been cleared by the arrest cf the cashier Ilefore now minor officials had been used to cloak the misdeeds of men higher up. Inseparable as the words "speculation" and "peculation" have grown to be, John Ilalley was not known to be In the stock market Ills only words, after his surrender, had been: "Send for Mr. Armstrong at once." The telegraph message which had Anally reached the president of the Traders' bank. In an Interior town In California, had been responded to by a telegTam from Dr. Walker, the young physician who was traveling with the Armstrong family, saying that Paul Armstrong was very 111 and one-ma- n pressed a regret. From that time until Monday night, when Mr. IUIley had surrendered to the police, little d pression for or against him. conas duct or character, but if vou come to usfor the clothes you wear we will vouch for your PERSONAL APPEARANCE. While we have plenty of odds and ends in good suits from which we make our low price clothes, and are glad to sell them at a low price, still our main business in done on suits for men at $15.00 to $35.00. They are, of course, the very cream of the Tailor ial good, style and workmanship the very best. We are here all the time and shops-mater- We cannot vouch for your tlce want you to see them. 000000000000000000 H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky Cultivators We have the Oliver and Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators, ready for this Season. Try One W.H.Higgiiis """ISBlSBiBBBjaaSBaBSSBBBBBBBBBBBaaai employe of this bank to make peoplo feci nt home when they conw here to transact business. To that end every convenience is provided; officers and employes are so situated that patrons may receive their attention without unnecessary delay. With unlimited facilities "for handling a Inrse volume of business, and at the baine time Riving patrons the best of attention, we invito the no counts of those who rcquiro banking facilities. r It is the pleasant duty of every officer and Feel at Home Tht Lincoln County National Bank Capital $100,000,00, Surplus $100,100.00, Resources $500,000 Corner Next to Court House Stanford, Kentucky Halsey smile. said. turned with a superior Read AVhnt Another Woman says: Camden, N. J. "1 had female trouble and a serious displacement and was tired and discouraged and unable to do my work. My doctors told me I never could be cured without an operation, but thanks to Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I am cured of that aflliction and have recommended it to more than one of my friends with tho best results. " Jlrs. Ella Johnston, 321 Vino St. If too waBt spoclal advice write to LTdUE.Flakbam Medicine Co. (coafl. deatlal) Lraa, Mass. Year letter will be opened, read aad answered by a "It wouldn't be done that way," be "They would bo taken out of the vault by soino one who bad access to It, and used as collateral for a loan in another bank. It would be possible to realize SO per cent, of their face value." "In cash?" "In cash." "But the man who did It he would be known?" "Yes, I tell you both, as sure as I stand here, I bellcvo that Paul Armstrong looted his own bank. I bellovo he has a million at least, as the result, and that he will never come back. I'm worso than a pauper now, I can't ask Louise to share nothing a year with me, and when I think of this disgrace fer her, I'm you will open an account with a strong, progressive Bank that will protect your interests. Why not commence that account with us today? Organized 1882 Some Day $50,000; Surplus $25,00 Capital W.E. PERKINS Crab Grimes. Moore. - ,- - Ofchard, KyJ Junior. nnrry Reinhnrt. Seniors. Harris Coleman, First National Bank STANFORD. KY. Willir vemaa aad held la strict coaadtacc oraiy." The most ordinary event el life (Continued Next Week.) - '" 'W.tltUt0t,Mi1fVH I; bii'imvm i0m 'Hi -"-- - ..- -. j,. 'itmvuimtv BkV Miss Grace Voting is visiting Ml ha j BEUBRV hnsic JJiilt nt Crnb Orchnrd. sr , rimw. mi Mrs. Will Dillion. of London, is bsv ssh vMr. J. F. Govr, has returned honi from Nnshvill. the guest of J(rn. Joseph Coffey. Mrs. Joe Mitchell, of Corbin. wns Jennie Mohp,, of Lnncnster, .Mi yta'n tbe jrut of Annie Fnye Kinjc the guest of Mrs, Albert Scvcrnnce. ' hint week, Miss Klirnbcth Holtxclnw wns tho Mian Jennie Lnwronce nnont recent guest of Miss Vircio Hester. v nij?ht nnd Sundny with Midi Mrs. S. II. Ilnughmnn had nnoth- Minervn Cox, of Lnncnster. er sinking spell hist week nnd is Mm. J. K. Sounders nnd daughter very low. Bophln, nrc vifitinc Mr.. Emmn Miss Mnrgnrct Tracy, the very efSounders nt Iouisville. ficient coiiTt stenographer, has been Miss Dolphin Ncwlnnd, of Crah over from Danville this week nt Orchard, is the piest of her hrothcr, court. Mr. OwIey Ncwlnnd nn wil'e. Miss JcKHin Wo.td Lynn, of StanMrs. 0. 0. I'crry and daughter ford, wns the attractive guest of Itettio McCnnn, nre visiting her Misses Dora nnd Vircio Hester last 'E-ru-n- H brother, Mr. Green Ipo nt Itichmond. week. N. W. Fowlc mndc n business trip Mrs. Italian, Cnraphcll nnd little Mrs. Fowlo daughter nre visiting her mother, to Cnrlisle Monday. nnd tho children neoempnnied him Mrt. Jonn Hnil, nt Lnncnster. as fur ns Itichmond, where they will Mrs. J. V. Hutchison, of Louis spend the week with his dnughter, ville. is the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mrs. It. S. Hendrcn. M. II. Satin. Will Scvcrnnce bought the nice Mnfrter Thomas Matcher is sufbuilding lot just west of his homo on fering from n. fipinined arm, enured Main street from Mrs. Annie Ncw MrH. J. K. Duck nnd children, of by fnlliiiL' off n horse. Gilbert's Creek nre visiting her lnnd, paving about f.lflO for it. Mrs. Ann Fish, of lirodhend, linn Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L Kennelt, of mother, Mrs. Mnttio Nevius. Mrs. A. W Harris and Kutherine ictimifil lininA nflrr n. visit to Mr. .tlltfcvjlli, U'tp ttfA Jnht w.aJ nnrr). L. It. Hughes nnd mother. ing up in their nuto to innke n short Harris, ot Lnncnster, nrc vimng Mr. and Mrs. Itnndolph Harris. Miss Annie (nett hns returned to iit to friends. Misses I'cnrl nnd Grace Fields Mrs. Jnlin Hughes nttended the lirodhend lifter n visit to her sister, Wntkms, nrc visiting commencement exercise nt Citldtcvll nnd Kditk Mr. L. U. Hilton. Misses Sampson, nt Hnrrodsbtirg Mr. and Mrs. M. S. ltniighmnn College. Her niece Mis Annie Smith Messrs. John Fields nnd Albert nnd family and 1'rof. J. M. Ireland of Corbin, wns one of the graduates. Severance will leave Tuesday night Miss Kthel Hilton, who has been took in tlie nvjntion meet in tenching nt Nognles, Ariz., this venr for Livingston oil n fishing trip Inst week. .Misses Kella nnd Mary Arnold Messrs. Andrew Dillion, of Liberty hns returned home to spend the nnd Miss Smith .of Laiicater. hnve sunirnor wiiu her nnrcnK Mr. nnd (1. 1. N. Cnrlisle Mjrs been the recent guests of Mrs. J. W. - .; ii ii.ii,.- f. '.r-.- ... ... .1111,111, of Hustonville, nttended Al'CS' .Ininnli nn.l " .!. II .. ., , . bnll gnme here WVductdny. . l.tKIT, U1C t,;, f fi,v :" : Mr?. J. V. Stcnhrnson, of Ixba- - nttrnctive cliililren of Mr. nnd Mrs, is heic at the bedside of her fiilher, Clnudc IVnnybnker, f Dnnvill.e nre nut) Junction, nnd Miss Udn Wnrren Mr. George D. Wearen, who it quite are visiting their pnrentK, Mr. nnd the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. sick. ,, Hill. iMro. Milton Wnrren. Miss Mnrthn Hampton nnd daughr. Rev. Win. of BuniMtle, Mr. nnd Mrs. It. S. Jnckson vent in Lebanon Junc- Spent days here Inst week ter, Miss I'enrl arcRichard Hampton to Villinmtburg Snturdny to be the with the home folk nnd nttended tion visiting Mr. guest of Ins parents, Mr. nnd Mr. nnd wife. the Sundnv 'ehool convention. G Jt. Wilson. Hon. Robert Hnrding, democratic Misses Helle Moore, of Somerset, SHORT LOCAL NEWS wns nnd Myrtle Dunrnn, of MoKinney, elector for the bete Mondnv engaged in mntters in hnve been recent visitors of Mrs. Get thnt Mr. Tobacco court. He was warmly congratulatCicero Keynolds. Tobacco Hnil insurance now, before Messrs 0 ill nnd Howe Lnwiein-- , ed w '! "ides upon the distinguishthe Hnil comes. It costs no more. were visiting their mint Mrs. Xnnnie ed honor which was paid him by the Ii. M. Newlnnd, Agent. 47-t- f. stnte convention. Lawrence Inst Mondny nnd were nlto Wnnted sheen or cnttle to nnsture. Col. nnd Mrs. C. W. Metcnlf. of the guests of their sister, Mrs. Lee good fence, plenty of wntcr, 1 2 I'ineville. authorize the nnnounce-men- t utiles west of King's Mountnin. Tele-uhnHoltxclnw, of Gilbert's Creek. of the marriage of their daugh'Mrs. Hell Spnrrow, Mrs. Maggie King's Mountnin. Ring 1 or Hottom nnd niece, Miss Fay Unbbnrt ter. Mr. Chnrlotte Gray Metcnlf. write Wnvneshnnr H. D. 4. E. Allen. Don-nlGeorge Peyton Fit, of nnd Mr. having persons Notice. All Mrs. 1', K. Shoemaker nnd von, Ind., nre the Middlesboro, in Pineville, nt noon claims against the estate of Squire of I'rhiceton, on June 20, 1012. K. I). Noaka nre hereby notified to guests of Mrs. Lcvisn Martin. Mis Sue Whitley Murphy, who file same with the undersigned, proMrs J. F. Ilolticlaw nnd handsome little stepson of Lancaster, has been teaching nt rndiannpnlio. perly verified as required by Inw by and Misb Jennie Moss, of that city is here on n visit to her father. W Aug. 1st 1012 or they will be barred. nnd Mrs. L. C. King nnd beautiful II. Mtirrdiv nnd fnmilv. This is her This June 0, 1012. All persons inlittle dnughter, Annie Fnye, spent n first visit home in three years or debted to the decenied will please 's more nr.d her roanv friends- were Mime. J. II. Collier Adminllensnnt dny nt Mrs. Nnnnio delighted t,i ce her. istrator, Thursday. t SOCIAL sm" PERSONAL n THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY TUESDAY. JUNE II, 1912. TBItn m rnit the Snt-nrd- Willi. from coldH room. I.lnek oil nt W. II. Higgins' for hogs etc. Ncwlnnd, n usunl wns up O. from Iturnsidc for court dny. He enn't miss court dny at Stnnford. A very interesting nccount f the Sunday school convention held here Inst week, written by Miss 1'nulinc Hocker will nnpenr in Fridny's issue. T. D. Neman (J can furnish you fresh Strawberries every dny by the quart or crnte. Joe Hill, Steve Dottier nnd Jim llrudy didn't remain long at railroading in the mountains. They enmc back Inst week singing thnt good old Tcfrnin "There's No 1'lncc Like Home." k service nt the Presbyterian church on Wednesday evening at 7:30. Topics for discussion. Do People Need to Henr the Decalogue I'rcnched on nnd How Often! Lost. A blue serge cont nt or nenr Morclnnd, on Danville pike, on the 7th of this month. Anyone finding snme will be vcrv much thanked by addressing me nt More-lanMiss Annn S. Iieynolds. 47-l- p The Lndies' Aid Society of the Christum church will meet Fridny ulfernovn nt 2:J0 iii the lecture i( Mid-wee- one. nlnver pinnu. Address D. C. Fulton, enro JntoriCr Jonrnnl oft. fice, Stnnford, Ky, Ilnrgnins in Shoes. As we have decided to close out our line of shoes wo will sell nt n. bnrgnin everv dnv until sold out. ns follows: $3 shoes nt $2.76 and $1.75 shoes nt $1.50, $1.50 shoes nt $1.23, men's tnn low cuts $3.25 nt $2.50, nil kinds of children's nnd misses' slippers at bargnin prices. Come. We nre glnd to show our line of shoes. W. M. Thomoson. Holdam's Mill Kv. 43 For Rent, Three good tooibs and kitchen, downstairs, garden nnd stnblc room if wnnted. Apply to Mrs. Susan B. Yenger. Miss Mnrthn Russell of Uowcn, is wsiting Mrs. Mary Mellee. 40-34G-t- f. Snle. Two fine upright pinnos; will sell nt n sacrifice, nnd For 3 ALL-WOO- L ii U i SUITS cost no more than inferior grades. They wear you better, and hold their color and shape. We are showing them now from I Welev Kmbry won nnother giirue in the Hlne Grass League Snturdny -- eating PmU 7 t 2. The Stiinfiud boy hnsn't lost n game yet. Harry Camnitz, of Hiistonville, pitching for Lexington, wnb bvnteu by Maysville Sundnv by 0 to 4. The Eighth District Democrats' who arc seeking Harvey Helm's scalp, hud better get out another candidate, ns Judge Jcre A. Sulli-Mit- t, of Richmond, won't stnnd much of u chnncc against Helm. Louisville Herald. There cam? to my plnce, n, steer. Owner can get same by describing, paying for keep nnd this notice. V. L. Cordier, Stnnford, Ky, For Snle at Cost Everything in our greenhouse, to enable us to ranke a chnnge. This is n grcnt opportunity to secure flowers nnd plnnts nt prices never henrd of before. Ed 46-iHubbard. Insure with the leadlnq companies. Fish & Bromley represent tiiem. All lines. 8tat or O:o cm or Toixdo. I o. Lex-iugt- McKechnie Pettus. Miss Jessie McKechnie, of Hubble, nnd Mr. Richard Pettus, of Prench- IMHVi)lp. ........... Nttrtiris.ifl film. Ullljt ...I.. H.r.t v.. ,.i,4 .nn... lKlim tives nnd friends by doping to Friday and imirrvuiL'. ine urine is tlie attractive nnd. popular daughter ot the late Squire Jnmes McKechnie. She is widely known and loved b all and will be greatly inised in the vicinity in which she lived. The groom is n prosperous young man of J'renchers-vill- e. They will make their home nt Preachersville. They have the best wishes ot their many lriends tor u Jong mid happy union. ' S12-50toS30-- L in the new colors and late designs. Special prices on what few last year patterns we have. 37, from Gil-loc- k, . ".I"" Ho-re- 1 '. !.,, - stnte-at-larg- e, Gr-we- r. Announces for Assessor. W. T. Garner, one of the most popular young democrats and furmers of the East End, announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for aesor of Lincoln county in this issue of the I. J. Mr. Garner has never held office,- but has worked hard and fuithfully for the party nnd its in everv election nnd his friends have been insisting for some time that he should enter this race and pledging hun loyal support. pro-gressenn-didat- es About fifty suits, sizes 35, 36 and $4 to $8.50 in order to close them out. 41 it 1 MagoffinElliott. The marriage of Mrs. Mabel Arm- m 1-- d, f" Lock covictt. Milton Elliott of Lexington will Fnit 1. CBtxlT mkrt oUi thit ht la- frntor celebrated Wednesday, June 12th, be ttrUM ct U Erm U r. i, catxzi k. nt Aazs Duslfina lo tbe atr of ToMo. Countr and 8Ut AfomaJd. afid tht Mid firm will pr tbe turn of noon nt the home of the ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS lor rmch anil Cobride-elect strong Magoffin of Frankfort to Mr. UMMINS WEAREN M. All Wool Clothes Lnw-Tenec- - fi-atp. rrrrr It will be a quiet rue ol Citiimi tbai ncnot tx rurrd b Ue we ol near Frankfort. IUU.1 Citamui Ciu. home wedding with only members of FRANK J. CHENEY liev. J. Sworn to before me and tubernbed In mr prteeoee. the two families present, Una tb dar of December. A. D- - IIM. Rockwell Smith of Owenoboro will " I I A. W. OLCASO.V, 1 NOTAT Ptbuc. be the officiating minister nnd Mr. ZXi I rtalTa Catanb Cure la taken tntemallr and aru Nnthnn Elliott is to be his brothdtreetly upon tbe blood and mueoua furlacea ot tbe er's best mnn. After n bridnl tour Trtem. vend tor tmtmonlaR free. T. J. CIIENEV A CO.. Toledo, a the couple will make their home nt Sold br all Drunlau. tSc, Stanford, Kentucky Home of H.S. & till Uau ramllT 11IM r routlpauon. Frankfort. Spot Gash Enabled Us to Take Advantage of the Greatest Trouser Opportunity of the Season. 3k We found a manufacturer with an accumulation of this season's trousers for men and young men, a choice collection of unusually handsome patterns, fashioned and tailored in a highly superior way. I Our Readij Cash Tenjpted (Jin). Mi We boUfJbt a Bi4 Stock at Prices Far Below fictilal MaWfactiiriptCot. l' m We've divided the entire purchase into two lots, which we will bffer during this sale at $1.50 and $2.5,6. lYouVe never had such an opportunity to supply yourself with really fme trousers at such unheard-o- f low prices. tt f $2.50, $3 I LiOl mj and $3.50 Trousers now only $1.50 $3.50 and $5.00 Trousers now only $2150. !j This lot consists of an exceptionally fine line of 1 Men's and Young Men's Trousers, all the popular styles, tailored in the most approved manner and made to retail at S2.50, $3 and $3.50. Your choice of the entire lot while they last IlO. 1 .50 I high-clas- Mft s L, O looked at this sale - tailoring. The handsomest lot of trousers you've ever They were made to sell at $3.50 and $5.00. During The cream of the purchase, an unusual tortment of right minute styles and up-to-t- he as-Li- Ol $.5Q tSV - j- - This Trouser sale should convince you that we are not overlooking any opportunity to serve the people of this communityCome and get your share. i J United (Joifiin Scores vr iii i I1 I m T. D. RANEY, Mgr., STANFORD, KY., STORE rr uurTKwn t-r- c5 A:-rk- - r" i ti. fN ls t.Z -- o,--,-.- Fttv c.jjiv7; W. rettt mmjrtmttvxrvt ?lrttT flOT.' THE INTEWfflB THE FARMERS Mr. JOUffffAL. STANFORD. KE TUCKV TWCttAr. J ME H. 1812. friend is a nearby neighbor-- to him who owns Tho far-awa- y a Ford. Extend your range of your pleasures. The Ford has solved the automobile pioblem for the man who values his dollars. It's light, right, economical. action-a- nd o thousand new Fords jro into ser-Vithis season proof of their uncqualod merit. The price is $590 for the roadster, $090 ot the five passenger car, and $700 for the deliv-crcar complete with all equipments, f. o. b., Detroit. Sec U'm. E. Glover, Stanford, for demonstration, catalogues etc. Seventy-fiv- eo y Fellow men i ttpc CSfTTTvIC, jt 9 49 business ai dm fVi IT ill An in a good bank means more When you have shown than mere storing of money. your banker that .you can handle your business and yourself satisfactorily it also means that your credit is good for financial aid in your enterprise. It means, too, that with your credit good at your bank, the consequent reputation brings you in more trade, bi'tter business bargains and increased social and political prestige. accouft Always stand well at jl your bank, 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 the square. Every Accounts of companies and individuals solicited. facility given consistcn t with conservative banking. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. W. G. M. L McCABTY, L PENNY, V. Pres. Pres. B. SALIN, Cashier. J. D. J. S. EADS, RICE, V. Pres. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, Chance of YourLife One day only Saturday, June 15 we are going to offer Genuine Sterling Silver Plated Ware at only 10c each, as long as they last. . Come and take your choice Knives, Forks, Spoons, Sugar Shells and Butters. Do not fail to see them; if you do, you'll be mad at yourself. BcKlfflWV. aoo. wife and II. C. NunueUey, Myers and Tuclwr sent a nr load children have to their home NYednenlay to f lambs from her Binder twine at W, II. HinIn,. in Winchester relumed week's visit after a (lie market. A few registered Tamworth pig" with Mrs. Nunuelley's parents, Mr. Mr. Cone- - U having some irpnir for salo at real bargain prices. Send utidNMrs. Tanner. ing done on his beautiful cowitry Y. A. CofMi.v? Belle Moore, of Somerset, U home. for description circular. fey & Son, McKinney, Ky. the guest of NY. J. Duncan uud famiThe childrn of tins place went Judeo V. L. Mverx. the biir cattle ly. to Dripping Springs on a picnic last Mr. Silas Suudidge is coufincd to NNViInesday. man of the Vet Knd, wus in at Dinner wat served on court Moudnv. and huvh that the his bed with a spell of sickness. the ground, ami everyone hnd an enVesrt End linvers have been vcrv naMrs. Knte Cot fey is visiting her joyable time. tive after lamln during the George Coffey, at Bo wen this The brass band met at Mr. Jofat Kmmett McCormnek & Sou fcon, week. Mycr'a last week nnilgare some will pliio a double dtcker to the week. Hovel Ooocli, of Somerset, is at 11111310, which was appreciated by nil C inciiiiinti market this week: James 11. Yowcll will Mend in a couple of the Klixir Springs fur his health. lie present. the double decker kind Mvers nud has stomach trouble and the water Mr. Sam Owens and little children Tucker will also (.end in one of the there is the only thing that seems went to Somerset Init Saturday to double berth car. bomrlit to do him any good. Tlicv see hi mother, Mrs. D. D. Owen. these lambs from various nartics nt Miss Mada, Carrie and Zoe He returned home Sunday, lonvitie from 0 to 7 cents a mmnd. accord- Butler attended the commencement the tltildren for a weekV stay. ing to the crowth ntiil crude of the exercises at Danville last Tuesdiiy Mr. McBcnth, of Somerset, is vislambs. iting here. J. W. Williams and 11. D. HolU-cla- night. Misses Mada, Carrie nnd Zoe ButMr- - Cfem Tate, of Somerset, t went over into Lee (Aiunty Yirginin Inwt week and bought about ler, attended tho commencement exvWtit'g Mr. nnd.Mrs. Shadonn. Mr. Charlie Johnson, of Louisville 75 head of feeding cattle which will ercises of the Kentucky School for be delivered to them here for full the Deaf tit Danville, on Inst Mon- ir visiting relatives here. Miss llthel Cone hns been visiting feeding the latter part of July. They day. Quite a numbrr of Masons from in Datnille. got them nt n close figure and believe that they can put enough on our town attended the conclave at It is worse than ue!ea3 to take t thrm here to make it a profitable Paris last week. Dr. nnd Mrs. Singleton, visited at any medicine internally for mucn-In- r venture. NYiiynesburg Suturduv and Sunday. or chronic rheumatism. All that Carroll Bailey, the very popular T. NY. Gooch hns cashier of the Crab Orchard Bank- hisMr. dwelling on Clark completed is needed is a free application of new ave., and Chnn'lierln in's Liniment for sale bv ing Company, here Monday attendery ing court. He says that he has al- has a it cozy little home. He has Penny's Dniff Store., and we still have a demand ready won tho great Futurity colt rented for houses. Standlna In L. L. Sanders' Contest stake offered in the K. I. Fair, with Miss Ruby Foglc, of Yosemitc, two very handsome youmrsters by was in town between trains Tuesday Mrs. Dave Newlnnd 221,274 bis great sire Preston. Mr. Bailey 210,355 Mnstjer James Lewis Davis, of Lillie Gnrner says that these youngsters give pro- Somerset, is visiting his grandfath- Mrs. Dove Gnrner 170.500 mise of developing into very hand- er, Mr. J. I j. Beck", this week. 141,377 Mnyme Hohuau some horses nnd ho believes that Mr. John Wright, of Danville, was Susie Butt 138,284 the coft that bents them will have in town Tuesday. 125,018 ill idtt Lee Campbell to be a winner. Mrs. NYill Dickerson, of Junction 00,304 isi The Mexico, Mo., saddle stake, City, returned to her home there Cecil Garner 37,108 i2i worth 11,000 to the winner, is at- after a few days' risit with Mr. J. Eva Fletcher 20,525 Matiula llowaid tracting a great deal of uttention NY. Duncan nnd family. 20,010 ! among Missouri horsemen. The enMr. I. V. Murray representing Berthu Rogers 10,820 , tries to this great btuke are us., fol- - Kenton & Kennedy Dry Goods Co.. Huttie Bogie . ... I . .. .. i ... .i Kessie Ueynolus six i.: uviux irom iveiuucKy, me oi Kno.xviiie, was m town lnt sun-reiuo, 8,174 Mrs. Mane White from Missouri: day for a while. 8,10U h! Jewel Francisco I NY. H. McGnnn. of New York, Mr. Senator Stone, Gingerbread Man, 1,3221 !?! Nell Davis Cason MuLiouald, Kulu's (Juccn, was in our town NYcdnesday in the 1,0 JO Francis Feosler, Major Dare, High interest of the Louisville Etectric Ruby Cress Supply Co. Ball, Bob McDonald, Juck McDonA Feellnq of Security. Dr. T. II. Singleton and wife, E. ald, Queen of the Denmarks, Mable ! McDonald, Hazel McDonald, Cyclone J. Tanner and wife, R. II. Mctcnlf You naturally feel sure when you Miss Mary Dee Jack, Missouri King, Kyuiokan, and sister-in-laknow thut the medicine you ure Black stallion, Great Chance, Ken- Beck, attended the K. T. Conclave iJj nt Paris last week and nil report about to take is absolute pure and tucky Choice, Kazimova, Uudulata contains no harmful producing jlrugs Chief, His Eminence, Astral King, a (rood time. Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's The McKinney school closed on Major Mac. Friday May 24th after a very suc- Swamp Root, the great Kiduey, Liv' er uud Bladder Remedy. cessful term. Bee Lick. The same btaudard of purity, ::! The band boys played for Ihe The wedding bells have rung nt opening of the Golden Dawn Springs strength und excellence is muiutaiii-e- d in every bottle of Swamp-Roo- t. last. Mr. Abel Edwards and Miss south of Yoemite on Thursday S amp-RoBertha Cummins were joined heart afternoon and evening. is scientifically comand hand May the 30th. Rev. Jim pounded from vegetable herbs. Cummins said the words which made It is not a stimulant and is taken Current Moore. them one. Their many friends of in teuspoouful doses. There was a quiet home wedding this place wish them a long and It is not recommended for everyon June 10th at the residence of thing. prosperous ilfe. The little son of J. M. Reynolds Mr. George P. Moore at Rowland, It is nature's great helper in when Miis Annie R. Moore became is very sick at this writing. and overcoming kiduey, liver Casper Reynolds visited his sister the wife of Mr. Clarence L. Current and bladder troubles. Mrs. Nettie Colsou at Cloreuce, of McDermott, Ohio. The ceremony A sworn statement of purity is was performed bv Rev. P. I Bniee with every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Saturday and Sunduy. Mrs. Sarah Mullius, of Cedar nt 0 A. M. The bride wore her trav- Swarop-Roa- t. Creek, has returned home attcr a eling dre-s- , and looked extremely If you need a medicine, you should pleasant visit to her sou und daugh- happy. The wedding was attended bv have the best. ter, Morris Thompson and Mrs. a number of the friends und neighIf you are already convinced Hint bors in' addition to the members of S amp-Rois what you need, you Laura Barnes of this place. Miss Lucy Reynolds visited her the family nud the two married will J iiil it on sale at all drug ftoces aunt and cousin, at NYaynesburg, daughters, Mr. Adams and Mrs. in bottles of two sizes, fifty-cent- s r. und last week, Mrs. Mnsie Revnolds and Newlnnd who live in Rowland. After the ceremony the happy Cyrus Johnson. Free Sample Bottle Swamp-RoMr. Albert Hiutt and NYalter couple received the very hearty conBy Mail. Robbins, of Ilrodhend, were here gratulations nnd good wishes of the family and friends. They left for Thursday on business. Mrs. It. G. Arnie is able to be Cincinnati on the Richmond accomSend to Dr. Kilmer & Co., modation nt 10:53, expecting to N. Y., for a sample bottle, out ngain. Tho Susday school is progressing mnke n visit to Portsmouth. Ohio, free by mail it will convince. You will nlco receive booklet of valuable nicely at the Bethel church with J. before going to their own home. information, telling nil about the G. Sowders and M. E. NYhecldon as Moreland Everybody is invited to kidneys. NN'lieu writing be sure and leaders. Mr. J. C. Ford bought 13 head of mention the Stanford attend Sunday school nnd help out cattle from a party nt Somerset at Interior Journal. in a good cause. 48-4p. w Q Perfection Headache Cure a The best preparation for headache Is made by your DruaUst PENNY If veu have a severe email you had better see your family physician That's the safest thino to do In all cases but far any ordinary ceuah our Syrup White Pine Tar Is the best thinq you can qet. We have it in 25 cent and 50 cent bottles, and it Is guaranteed. Honestly we do not knew hew It could be Improved, at any price, and we have had ten years' experience with It. too. A GENEROUS KDX 10c. Just a little better 'nan any other. We are selllna lots of our Cold Tablets these days. We avarantee tktm to cure a cats In one nloht. Our guarantee Is a personal ouaranter. Money back If not Satisfied. PENNY'S, The RexaJI Store. Phone No. 2. D U ;pSSSiSiEEClEEi&. 1 ts; I i.... ar nf Adrian W. EVw . li! st i ciilc .J i.D um iveceiveu j T- -- l! p We have several second- hand Buggies for sale w " ot E. T. Pence ky iji I Do You Want a Sild? Thii cut shows you what we are now prepared te construct We have one m( ot one-dolla- ot Bing-hamto- n, PolkMachisjea with which to build Silo like this, and if YOU are Silo, call on or write us the fa-mo- us thinking of building a before you do anything, and we'll interest you. Semi-NYeek- ly CHARLES A. HAZEN. PR9IDC NT CHARLES V.-- aTheas. U. Wise, Iht f financier 5foM0rk May PUBLICATION OFFICE 22 THAMCm SHUT RCTO TCLCCMONC 8JSS-930- 0 THE LARGEST BANKING NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD We have already contracted for six and cannot build but a limited number. SO Vol I Um A Ulmm eIy but get in next " We have the territory of Lincoln and Garrard countit. Tejephone 136 L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard Kentucky. Single meals are now 35 ecnts at The I. J. can get you the Times, daily, from now to Nov- Hover's restaurant but wef fed so ember 30 for $1.25 cash in advance. well, you'll find they're worth wry 45-cent of it. 4. i, Lincoln County National Bank. Ky. 29, 1912. n, -- i. PHILLIPS Stanford, tf . BROS., Stanford, Ky. a Gentlemen : H. B. Northcott Sealer In Live awl Dressetl Poultry, EH$Jce,CialWfl,Fire I Gkscn, etc W with that is not Materials cheapeaiBK you Why of tk bum. thsIflatter hava kind had experfeaca witk waat aaetUr. If you you dfta't g? THK JS REAL PAINT. ni tlM &" H""d VKf- Breach House, Stanford, Ky. Every year the Roll of Honor means American banking. To achieve the title is a a sign of success; and people like to do business with successful banks. A place on the Roll of Honor is like 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 oxcellent institution is represented on this year's Roll of Honor. Approximately there are Seven Thousand Five Hundred National Banks in the United States. Only Thirteen Hundred of these are entitled to positions on the Roll of Honor. This statement reveals the 'distinctive character that Roll of Honor Banks possess. It is indeed an honor to "be numbered among such sterling banks, and you will no doubt appreciate the opportunity which is open to you to impress the fact on your friends and patrons, present and prospective. more w - in more - represents distinction- - to maintain it is . Horse and Mule Feed Alcorn and Oatequal, a well balanced feed, made of corn, oats, barley, ground alfalfa and molasses, 100 pounds to the sack makes 5 measured bushels. Alcorn $1.90 per 100 pounds Oat equal $220 per 100 pounds. You feed no other grain with this feed, and three quarts to one gallon makes a good feed. Order a sack today. ' ; Respectfully yours, TIE FINANCIER NUISNINI BY J. H. Baughman Phone 11 Stanford. Kentucky. . Co, CO. livoa't Uk we M anTum and maty M J. A. ALUM. ynM MappBtiwit . .. T..TMH,mr. PHONE 153. j2..(Z,zi&y President. . ' W. irxnrnvatr " ttsaJuJietimm&miimm