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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): June 14, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 int1912061401_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): June 14, 1912 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 'iV-Wfj'T'- The Interior Journal. ESTABLISHED 1800. NO. 43. STANFORD, LINCOLN MUft Mi-- s COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1912 SPLENDID WORK BY COUNTY S. S. CONVENTION thnti any other one thing. Ho wns followed bv Rev. D. M. Walker, who urged the custom of "Decision Day," for the schools. Every day he said should be an opportunity for a child to ilecnlo for Christ but if one day is set apart and the child has it constantly in mind for weeks before tunny more will make n decision. Next Dr. J, G. Carpenter, the tnesident of the Medical Society, guvc nn itcrcsting talk on the prc- flit ion of diseases by belter ventilation in homes, schools, churches, individual drinking mid communion cups, proper covering for the bend and clothing for the body and a strict observance of quarantine laws It is n comfort to know that he intends to see to the enforcement of these laws and to punish offenders by arret, fines, nnd imprisonment. Mrs. Ivn Tucker spoke feelingly on "Winning the Boy" impressing the impoilmico of it on teachers and shaking of the power one playmate could exert for the betterment of nuotiier. One of the excellent speeches of the convention was made by the Rev. W. S. Willis, of Hustonviilo on the subject of "Living". Tips difficult theme r.c handled in a masterly way, showing how each denomination had profiltd by the work of the international Association and telling tf the influence it had had on his life. He closed by asking that each school pay its apportionment, three cents lor each pupil and 15 cents for each officer and teacher, cheerfully remembering the needs of destitude fields. After such n talk and n few words by Mr. Joplin, needless to say, nn offering wns taken greatly exceeding any ever given here in times past. While the offering' wns being made, Misses Annie Rogers Powell nnd Frances Embrv sang "Tnkc My Life and Let it Be" so splendidly that it was one of the most impressive features of the convention. "Temperance Instruction" was ticnted by Rev. J. J. Dickey ns an essential to n successful Bible school. He Tccommended a printed pledge to hang on tlje wall of every church nnd to be signed by the pupils. "Remembering his written nmno hanging on the church wall has kept many n boy from drink." he snid. Every teacher must be u total abstainer to make his influence nnd example what it should be. TJiis finished tho talks on the standard and the remaining time wns occupied by talks by Mrs. Henry Phillips nnd Miss Liccio Bcii?le on "Rowland and its Work" and the W. C. T. School nt Hindmau respectively. Both talks were good and pointed out impoitnnt fields of work for Stindav schools. Then after a short "quir' conducted by Sir. Joplin the nftcrnoon session of the con vent ion closed. The evening sen ice of song nnd tho devotionals conducted by Rev. P. L. Bruce were followed by tho report of the committees mid a talk by Mr. Joplin on our standards- or a general summing up of the topics discussed during the day. It was a splendid convention iu every puiticular. The music, under the efficient direction of Mrs. J. G. Carpenter nnd the leadership of Rev D. M. Walker was beautiful and had tequired much woik. To Mrs. Walker who plaed the organ is, due the thanks of the convention ' for her promptness and faithfulness, ns well as to Mr. Walker who presided all day Friday and saw to it that no part of the service wa3 permitted to drug. Dinner was served to fifty delegates at Gov-er- 's tb,ree TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. PROF. T. W. SHANNON TO LECTURE HERE Opportunity to Hear Former Lincoln County Boy Now a Noted Speaker. Prof. T. W. Shannon, a native of. Lincoln county having been born near Morcland, but who is now a prominent citizen of St. Louis, Mo., will lecture nt the Stanford Alethii-di- st church nt 3o'clock next Sunday afternoon on the following subject "Tho Jinking of tho Man". This lecture will be for raw only nnd boys over 14 .veal's of age. At 8 P. M Prof Shannon, will deliver lecture entitled "Heridity" to which nil nre invited. On Monday nftcrnoon nt 3 o'clock, ho will lecture on "Teaching the Truth". Ail married people, young Indies over 14 i ears of age and school teachers especially are invited to hear this lecture. At 8 P. M. Monday, Prof. e, Shannon will deliver his final the subject of which will be "Present Day Problems". There will be no charges at any of these meetings but a free-wi- ll offering will be taken on Sunday afternoon rit the meeting for men. All of these lectures will bo delivered nt the Methodist church. The following extract is taken from the Washington Daily Herald which shows the impression made upon the people bv Prof. Shannon: Few lectures linve ever been delivered from local platforms of greater force and moral ocrsuasion than those given by Prof. T. W. Shannon. A. M., of Frederiektown, Mo., wdrld renowned lecturer on Purity nnd Sex problems, in this city Sunday and Monday, Sunday morning Prof. Shannon preached nt the First Baptist church nnd Sunday night at Grace M. E. church. Bis Sunday night lecture on the important subject of ..Heredity" ought to have been heard by every man and woman of the town. The speaker produced incontro-veitib- lu arguments for the importance of heredity, emphasized by statistics. In the notorious Juke family of criminals there have been 11,000 descendants nnd not one but' showed criminal tendencies or idiocy In frrvr. Johnathan Edwards family of 1.300 descendants there have been college presidents and professors, 200 ministers and a long line of prominent men, Aaron Burr, the only bad example among then. Prof. Shannon showed how God visited the iniquities of the fathers upon the children through the law3 of nature and placed the personal responsibility upon the individual. The whole nnturc of man. physical, mentnl, moral, spiritual, is nil subject to heredity. It has been proven Hint anger, sctcniuienny jealousy and kindred traits produce toxins through the blood and are transmitted. Great enre is taken in nnimnl nnd vegetable life to develop higher species, but little is given to the greatest need, of nil, thedevelop-men- t of the human race. nn-oth- er lce-tut- SUBSCRIPTIONS NOW Elizabeth Carter Clnra Collier Miss Ruth Cocking Mm Jennie Pcpples Sunday School Workers of Different The Lonq Drawn Out Contest For Jury Awards Casey County man Denominations In Annual Verdict For Inluries Other TRIPLE DUTY Coveted Plums is now a MatSession. Court News. ter of History. (By Miss Pauline Hockcr ) Make Every Moment Count for We In the Circuit Court Wednesday, After weeks of suspense on the Guarantee that this Is Positively The Annual Bible School Convenof the numerous applicants for tho C. N. O. & T. P. Railrond was pail the Largest and Best Offer of the the jobs ut the disposal of the Gov- hit u heavy jolt when n jury in the tion of nil the Lincoln county Contest. This areat Inducement ernor, the plum tree wns shaken on enso of Grovcr Reed ot Elliston, schools met in the Christiiiu church 18th. will Come to a Close on June Casey county, gave u verdict imainsl of Stanford, Thursday evening and Wednesday nnd Gov. McCrenry So be up and Dolnq Every Momhis selections. Gov. Mc- the coir.oanv for the sum of $0,000 all 'day Friday, Juno 0, and 1. In ent of the Intervenlnn Time interest and Crenry finally decided upon Henry While ciossing the company's tracks! point of attendance, You Cannot Afford to be Inactive R. Lawrence, of Cadiz; M. F. Cou-lc- y, rear Milledgcville, tins county inst libernlity of the offering it far exIs so much at Stake. when there of Louisn, mid I). E. O'Sullivan, October, Reed was knocked from his ceeded nny previous convention. The ot Louisville, ns the members of the buggy his skull fractured and his Rev. Win. Hopper led the devotion-al- s. The greatest offer of the conTho County President, Mr. P. left knee nnd right ankle were badnew Board of Prison Commissioner. test is now on nnd everyone who is Tho new board will 'take charge of ly mashed. He brought suit through M. McRobcrts, ireided nt the openrueo is workt nil interested in tins the State pennl institutions nt once. his attorneys, Messrs. Hnrding and ing services, m Thursday evening, ing ns they have never worked heIt wns generally conceded that Rowlings of Danville for .25,000. giving splendid nddres.s of welcome, roic. Tim coTTifSfc Is getting .crc Henry R. Lnwrcnce would be n The case was stubbornly lought nnu showing that the organized hundny y nml mote exciting every day ended with the verdict slnted above. school forces arc the greatest powmember of the Prison Commission-annow tbnt some of the dark 1). C. and Clarence Sipplo were er towards the prevention of crime its probnbly chnirmnu, hut the homes linve begun to forge to the other two nnmed nre distinct sur- fined $15 for contempt of court. J. iu the world nnd this being true very strong front nml loom up ns, prises. I p until the Inst moment it II. Boone on Thursdny recovered that the man who is rcnlly a good possibilities. ,210 in n suit ngainxt Mrs. Murgnret citizen will enlist ut once iu the wns believed that Judge F. A. BulHnvo you made up Hint list of lock, of Lexington; Henry M. Cox. Lynn over n timber contiact. Julin Bible School and do all iu his power friends, neighbors, relative nn.l of West Liberty: J. Norton Fitclu of Record Huffman was granted n di to further it's work. Following n wh.im you lmve ntrt yet Miss Anna Warren Jessnminc county; Urey Bnttcrson, vorce from her husband, W. I), solo of great sweetness by Missn Jop-liapproached. If you have not, jou District No. 1. of Bowling Green, Senntor Hubble Hiiffmnn upon the grounds of de Elizabeth Higgius, Mr. Geo. A. the should do co nt onco and lose no the State Secretary delivered A charming young lady from this of this county, were slnted for sertion. A number of other cases time in getting into eommuniention erty who Is n great favorite in the places on the commission. While his of minor importance were also dis- address of the evening on "Is The Hememltcr, also nil I. J., Orent Bopularity Contest. with tlietn. many Lincoln county friends nre posed of, which was about 'the ex Boy Worth Snving." The subject, he tho?e persons whom you snw enrlier Scores nnd scores of friends have soiry that Senator Hubble did not tent of Circuit Court business wnen said was suggested to him when, In the contest who put you off until been watching Inn1 rnce with grent land, nil ngree that tho governor Jen is ago he saw a baby the I. J. closed its report. boy snatched from the track of on n Inter date, eiynmunieutc with nil interest nnd doing everything posR'dcndid judgment in his setrain just in time to save of these; explain to them Hint you sible to make her n winner. lections. Martha Adams Penninoton his life. Since then he has nsked pet triple votes for your effortH now Martha Adams Pennington, infant over n thousand people if the boy nnd under tlin circumstances they New County Committee. dniiahter of Dr. nnd Mrs. T. W. is worth saving. Always, be says won't refuse to help you. It is bar Miss Mary Moore Itincv ... 23.0:10 d New county committeemen, 22,530 Pennington, died nt an enrly hour gain time in litis lecoid breaking. Miss Elsie Sing'etoti of precinct committeemen, yesterday morning m Louisville, the answer has come unhesitatingly 2'.055 mid you simply rnnr.ot nt Miss Eva llorton !ontet of the where the little one had been taken that he is. That his value is ines21,270 completing the tretimable. foul to fnil t") nvnil yourself in the Miss Etfie Drvo party committee in tho entire stnte, a week ago to be under the care of a mendous Yet judging from the 21.115 Miss Dollie Wileher a mount spent for drink, fullest of this magnificent offer. will be chosen by the Democrats of specialist. Fiom birth the child tobacco and the small sums exMiss Mnrthn Hroughton ....20,200 Oet out and hustle for your favlit. (loo Lincoln county in November, nfler had been sick nnd every effort had pended for education, missions nnd orite let nothing prevent. This is Miss Josephine Morris 1S.033 the election for Biesident. The law been made by the fond parents to the Bible school it would seem tbnt your opportunity gnsp it don't Miss Floicnce Dawes 17.120 as to the manner of selecting prebring relief, but to no nvnil. The people do not realize the tremendous it poss. If you have a tcleihoue. Miss Lucy (looeh let 10.830 cinct mid county committeemen is little body was brought home last dnmnge they are doing to their sous you Miss Ilettie White solicit whatever subscriptions 10.720 not dimmed by the new rules. The night nnd the interment took place nnd the sons of their neighbors, by ran in ihnt mnnuer nnd then go mid Miss Minelle Bruitt 10.435 voters of encli precinct will elect today in Buffalo cemetery. The un Miss Nell Butt this disproportionate spending. The get them ho that you may hnru the 10.320 precinct committeemen, ns heretofeigned sympathy of n host of Bible school snves the boy, thereLencfit of the triple vote offer, If Miss Bessie Riffc 15,'J)5 fore. There wns much talk heard, ft lends goes out to Dr. Pennington fore help it. you lmen't a 'phone, cover as intieh Miss Mary Russell 12,780 in the Louisville convention, before nnd his wife in their sad hours. The nil day session Friday was ground as you ran eneh day. Make Miss Mamie Ilolmau 11,080 the Organization committee made its Miss Madie Butler for the purpose of presenting to the every moment count from now until to the effect tbnt a rule 1 1.020 Jeport, John R. Staton, Joyce, Ky. had an the good points of the front June 18th for now the reward of Miss Lulu Coker severe attack of rank standard, nnd urging its adop1,';M0. would be adopted allowing the Stnte exceptionally your efforts will he triple mid 11,000 Miss Emma llollzelnw cliaiTinan to name county chairmen whooping cough. Ho says: "If it B. Jones 7.720 Miss I.elia tion as speedily as possible by all extra votes on every dollar. who in turn would name piecinct had not been for Foley's Honey nnd schools. After the preliminary Six Prizes Offered , made Tar Compound I would have been business committeemen. The committee roll enll, reports, we An explained in the lust issue, no such report nnd the rumor was compelled to quit work. Instead, I etc., nud the leading the devotionals merely n rumor, with no foundation. never missed a day, nnd Foley's by Rev. J. J. Dickey. Mr. Joplin exwe added six more prizes (three to The committee, it is said, did not Honey nnd Tar Compound gave me plained the each district) to the big prize list. standard and spoke on consider such a thing. prizes consist uf two beauinstant relief and is the only cough the cr.ulle roll. If every school has wining deskx, (inn purchased tiful medicine we ever use." Contains no a While loll, he said, containing the The Lincoln County Medical So- opiates. fiom .1. L. Beazlev nml one from VY. Shugars and Timer. nanus of every child under three ciety will meet in Hustonville next A. Trihlile, two beautiful cieam years of age and if the school could Tuesday nt 10:30 .clock, June 18th. ierge coat Milts or silk dresses, purBoy Scouts' Camp keep these children, in twenty five Brs. Singleton, Jones. Carpenter, chased from Severance. & Son and Mr. Stanley Harris Secretary of j ears we would soon have the church II. B. Smith Founnre oil the program. A of Boy's Work for Kentucky was problem solved, for the parents nud Childcm two of the famous full attendance is urged. M. M. here Saturday in the interest of would be in the church and the next The contestants and tain Bens. Phillips, Secietary. their friends nre invited to call at generation would know nothing Camp Daniel Itoone for boys locatthe stoics whole these handsome ed near Brooklyn Bridge on the about the teirible leakage with Sunday services at the Baptist Kentucky prize weio purchased nud river. In the evening at which we now have to st niggle. Rev. church. Preaching nt 10:45 B. M., the Presbyterian them. church he gave an P. L. Bruce said in regard to the contestants subject "The Dencoiiship". There interesting Uirlil fuither notice, lecture on Boy.- - nnd Boy's organized adult Bible class that by will be no preaching service at night may poll 20,001) votes in advance of of its organiof the Sunday school nt 0:30 A. M. B. Y. Work, acompniiied by Steropticon viiture it stands fact effective woik, the lender of the preceding issue. for views of camp life. The Camp was zation P. U. 0:15 P. M. See the beautiful diamond Hues established bv Y. M. C. A. woikers as it is an adult class it stands foi and watches on display nt the store Land is operated nud controlled by maturity of mm nnd plnns and the Mr. VY. Help to Keen Down Expenses -5 of the well known jeweler. word "Bible" shows what it studies specialists on Bov s Wotk. Mis. J. E. Henry. Akron, Mich., II. Mueller of this city. The 350 An outing nt Camp Daniel Boone nnd stnnds for in scholarship. Mrs piano is on display nt tho 1. .1. oftells how she did so: "I was both is of especial benefit to Boy Scouts Eliza Blain being absent, her paper Miss Elsie E. Coleman. fice. Call nnd see it. ered with mv kidneys nnd had to go There are three periods of 10 days on "How I Organized My Class," Winners of Extra Prizes nearly double. I tried a sample of each. Q lie first begins June loth was read by the sccretarj. She District No. 1. which In the extra prize offer The delightful little ladv who won Foley Kidney Bills nnd they did me Application for admittance should told how organization hud iucieased Iter-th- u closed last Monde- - night Miss her class roll from twelve to fifty the iitvcr set in the firr't district in so much good tbnt I bought a bottle, be made at once to Mr. Harris, West and Miss Elsie Coleman eight the cxtia prize offer which closed and feel that they saved me a big Ky., care of Camp D.inidl nud her attendance fiom nbout Von the Silver Set nud .Miss Ada lust Monday night. to Miirty and said she would not She - tb doctor's bill. Shutrars unit Tanner. Boone or bos in the community row the daughter of Mr. and Mis. CV It. "Wesley nnd Miss Lucille Mrs. Lelu Love, wife of Wiley through the local think of going back to the old way. g Fountain Bens in their respective Colcnmu mid her many friends aic ove, n farmer living near Covenn, make application Mr. J. S. Hockcr spoke on Scout Muster, II. I. Carpenter. districts. For nnd reaching an Adult working hard to place her among the (In., says: "1 have taken Foley Kidney Pills nnd iuid tliem to be Class," saying that the writer of the winners on June 20th. Lincoln Boy Former lesson, his pu po-e nil you claim for them. They gnve of writing, the DISTRICT NO. I. DISTRICT NO. 2. King Swope, son of Mr. and Mrs. persons, time, plnce nnd spiritual me almost instant lelief when my 02,275 Miss Jennie Rankin Mivs Emma Meier G2.275 James Swope, of Danville, but kidi:ejs were sluguish and inactive tiuths of the lessons must be care 02.275 Mis Ada Wesley Miss Lean Buhner 4S.0HO of this county, won the I can cheerfully recommend them to fullj prcpuicd nnd brouht out both JMis-- s Mary k Duddeiiir 51,325 MonMiss Susio Roberts contest nt Danville bv the lecture nnd question method. till suffeiers fiom kidney troubles." 112,275 Miss Bertha West .Miss Until Tanner 51,205 day night. "The Reign of Justice" He advised a training course, com Shugars and Tanner. MNs Mnrguiet E. Ilollzdaw 02.275 Miss Lillie Henry 32,030 wis his Mibect. He spoke with the mentaries, atlas add Bible diction02,275 Miss Azile Elnm Miss Elsie E. Coleman 20.11)5 grace and ease of a natural born ary us the best aids for the teachWeslev Embry 02.2Z5 Miss Sam Richardson JlUs Idnj II. Bettus 2S.120 and his lemaiks were of a dis- er. Like telephoning, he said teachStanford is watching with a irreat Miss Roberta Holtzrbiw ... 01,805 MNs Daisy Shuttles 20,020 At the ing required two persons one to tinctly modern character. Wes511,405 Mi-iMiss Kate Anderson 17,350 deal of interest, the work of Willie Wilkinson declamation the information and another to reley Enibr" who was recently called completion of his Judge .. . 5I,315 Mis- - Ahr.n Coshv Rose McCoimuck Miss 10.530 T. Mm-toceive it. to Frankfort to pitch in the Blue judges retired and 55.115 Mi-- s Lottie Westertuhl Miss Mav North 13.300 L of Soiiieisct, a member of the Mrs. J. J. Dickey next gave uu exLeague. The young man has 53.915 Miss Jewel Francisco Miss Annie Mnhlleton 13,405 Grass apcellent talk on Teacher Training, pitched tour games to dine and won famous class '55 made n few Miss Delia May Lnwieuce . . .53,100' Miss l.axinia Mctlrnw 12.7011 iccommeudiug training the teacher t hein nil His last victory wns Wed- propriate remarks. 52.135 Miss Lorettn Frith .Miss Elizabeth Stngg 12.035 by the Sunday school tunes and nesday when the Nichohisville tenm 4S08.'i E. McKiuney Miss Maw Miss Margavet Lee (Irubbs ..10.005 Southern Railway showing several chaits and maps. went to defent before him by the 43.000 Miss Mav Cozatt Miss Elizabeth Biggins 11.330 Popular excursion Sunday June She urged every delegate to start n score f 10 t 3 Embry struck out I7,.Ili Mi-- s Elsie Morris 2 Mrs. I,. L. Sanders 10.030 Lexington. class in his or her school, to be six men and allowed only five hits. tit liitiviin Louisville. 4:t.-,,Js, Lucilo Crow 7,035 Miss Annie Bollard Danville. Georgetown, Lnwiencebuig taught either by liiin-el- f. the super42,475 Mrs. Diek Hampton 5Iiss Marv I). Beck 10.5.0 When Buvlna. Buy Only The Best llanodsbargShelbwille and Ver- intendent or pastor and to be beJli-- s . ... .'10,570 Miss Sadie Anderson Bet tie McClure 7.305 sailles nud intermediate stations gun even if only one besides the Casts no More but alves 33,005 Mrs. Mnrv lloitou teacher will enroll. in each diiectioii. the Best Results 32,150 Miss Anna Warren She was followed by Rev. C. It. .1.50 between Lexington, Danvillo II. L. Blomouist, Esdaile, Wis., Another shipment of the wonder:U.!I85 Miss Elizabeth Fox W. 11. says his wife considers Foley's Hon- - Georgetown ninl Louisville for the Blain, who told why and how misMiss Gertrude Wilkinson ...30l015 ful wickless oil cook stoves at enrlv i ey and Tnr Compound the cough round tip; tickets limited to return sionary instruction should be given in But Miss Bessie McCormack ....28.580 lliggi'js', ready vour order weather cure on the market. "Shebest tried on date of sale. Proportionately u Bible school. A wide nwake mishas for the hot and be 27.130 Miss Nabelle Reynolds 48-various kinds but Foley's gives the low Kites, between intermediate sta- sionary iutcicst can , lie kept up if iI7.01"- mid the K. P. Fair MWs Roxic Jennings children from their curliest curs bst icsults of nil." Sluigars mid tions. Consult nny Southern Rnilwny are taught missions. This can be Tanner. ngent of write II. C. King. CTA, easily done by the superintendent For Sale or Rent. McKinnev Lexington, Ky., B. II. Todd. DBA. giving missionary talks, singing misTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Coal & Feed proneity. If not sold Louisville, Ky., J. ('. Benin, AGBA, sionary hymns, having some pupil This Ballot tell tho life of a missionary or about by the first of July will rent. This St. Louis, Mo. Must Be $500 POPULARITY CONTEST the woik iu some field, or suppleis the business part of the property Voted on or menting inissionury lessons, for the A Card. consisting of one lot, 150 feet at Before This is to certify that Foley's quarterly leviews. railroad track, one coal bin 02 feet June 22nd. With liis talk, and the benediction long, one warehouse 30x00 feet an- Honey mid Tar Compound does not other warehouse .office and scale contnin any opintes, any habit form- by Rev. 11. Carpenter the convention , ,., ,.. ,.. District NO FOR building combined 21x52 feet, and n ing drugs, or nny ingredients that adjourned until 1:30. The first subwas the first class wagon seule in connection could possibly hnnn its users. On ject after ,.. . Auoress Best piece of business nropertyin tho contrary, its great healing ftnd "Graded Les.ons", discussed by Mr. the town of fttcKluney, first class soothing qualities make it n mil Joplin. Ho showed how the lessons This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed territory for business, trade now es- temedy for coughs, colds and irri- weio udoptcd to the needs of the will count to the Contest Department of the Interior Journal, tablished on Coal feed lime cement tations of the throat, chest and child and as the child grew the lesfor the person whose name is written thereon. jsnlt, brick. For any further infor- lungs. The genuine is in a yellow sons changed so as still to appeal together in packages, en be fastened These, ballots must Look for Foley's Ifotiey to him and to keep him nt work. mation in regard to this prooertv. (uickngc. closed in envelopes, before hewjj deposited. call to see or write E. 0. GOOCH. and Tar Compound and accept no thercbv doing more for the growtli in size and interest of the schools substitute. Shugars and Tanner. SfcKinney, Ky. cspc-ciallcom-pocXlit-9-- c in-p"Pie-parinfor-mei- ly al or-nt- or im-Dis . . R-J0 2. DO MORE THAN 35,070 25,715 20,005 21,330 ' PRISON COMMISSIONERS APPOINTED BY GOVERNOR HEAVY DAMAGES AGAINST SOUTHERN RAILWAY Charles Sable, 30 Cook St.'Roch-cste- r, N. Y., says he recommends Foley Kidney Pills nt every opportunity because thev gave him prompt relief from n bad caso of kidney troublo that bad long bothered him, Such n recommendation, coming from Mr. Suble, is direct and convincing evidence- of the great curative qunliiles of Foley Kidney Pills. Shugars and Tanner. No of average attendance No" "FT ing restaurant. .. iu 1,501 The officers Riffe; Superintendent Elementary Department, Miss Margaret Hocker, Superintendent Secondary Department, Mrs. Ivn Tucker, Adult, Mrs. Gene Carpenter, Teacher Training, Mrs. J. J. Dickey: Organization, Mr. H. P. Snrles, Visitation, Rev. C. R. Bin in. The report of the . President. Mr. P. M. McRobcits; Yico President. Mr. J. C. McClnry: Set retury and Tieasurer, Miss Pauline Hockcr; Assistant, Mrs. G- - C, for next year are: Baptist Point Pleasant , I'nioii Baptist Wayuesburg Mrs. Young. Union Mt. Xeniu . . . . Cliristian Crab Orchard illaptlst Crab Oichard M. E. S. Tieasurer, was .as follows collected: Secietary mid .. $ 42 1.12 Good For 10 Votes Christian Stanford Baptist Stanford Presbyterian Stanford Rowland M. E. S. McKcudree , . , Christum Hustonviilo Baptist Faivview June 7th Collections Stauford .... .... j- Guarantees Parisian Sage for Dandruff and Falling Hair. Thing of it dear reader, if PARISIAN SAGE isn't the most invigorating and pleasant hair diessing you ever usedmoney hack. If it doesn't banih dandruff, stop $54.29 Total h.iir from falling nn.l do awuy witk Total expenses June 8th gave back. 50 cents $50.00 scalp itch- money to state Sec'y at Penny's Drug Store and druggists No of schools sending statis- everywhere. l l ics I'AIMKIAK SAGE us a hair grow- No of schools contributing ... 10 - .iii.i s,.nln cleaner is all rWht. No of schools paying apportion- M. Daniels, WillUiHMOM,, m Mrs. Dora meut W. Vn. "I'AIUSIAN baub No of Mfficcre in tchooU re173 .., nt lorrible itching of the' poiting Mrs. C. P. Pope, Oxford, Alar, schools report- puulls ...... 4.00 2.05 1.57 .,... 3.57 7.05 1.50 3.75 50 1.50 3.00 1.00 23.01 schools reporting 1,050 t of schools wifli Home Department 3 No of sclrools in Home Department ......'.' 49 No of school with 'ciii'dlu roll 4 No of schools in cnulU.roll 4 No of schools wijir'feiijlliers' meeting . .". .7 2 No of schools with teacher training class 4 No of schools iu Teachers' 54 training class No added to church fiom S. S.. 107 17 No of pastors repotted Those schools which have not sent reports and collection nre asked to see to it us soon ns , possible mid mail same to Miss Pauline Hockcr Secretary and Treasurer. MONEY BACK DANDRUFF G. L. Penny CURE. f ,..... .... i No ot in IT :a : ! WkTi&jkMa.iW8fc4r; ,.vHW.'WjU"S T- - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY these on hta farm north of Lancaster. 0. A. Howling, of the Hrynntsvillc 811ELTON M. SAUFLEY- .rrcptlttct section bought 33 head of cattle from various parties At Iticlimond court day which cost hint II A TEAK STRICTLY IN ADVANCE .fl7 per head. J. V. Gregory is out with 10 stripl JSttnltrd ei fttlclUft tnttrti t per, harvesting blue grass seed i tttuni tlan mad nalttr. both in Qarrard and Iloylc counties. A crop of this seed that he has Political Announcements been hauling for years is n 1,400 Tht iBBonntrtntiiU In thlt column r of nere tract belonging to the Gentry to lb action Uro t.ndldttei for cttlff, vf noyle. Thi is the finest of the democratic jirini.ryi one boundnry crop in the state and Tex Ccnerm nlways commands a top notch price COL. J. P. C1IINN, of JferMT in the market. J. A. HULUVAN, of M.dlten Mr. Silas V. Moss, who for two 11KLM, of Lincoln HARVEY years or more has run a successful Tor C.mm. ntrmllVt Allerni dairy at this place has sold out and rilHETT rURYEAR, of Itojlo will move with his family to W. 8. BUKCH, of Lincoln Mr. Moss has bought an interFtr Shirif est in the hay, grain and feed busiM. B. DAUOHMAN ness of It. L. Arnold, of the Madison D. VT. 01VEN8 ronntv capital and will nt once enter J. 0. WEATHERFORD. T. J. 1I1LL into the new partnership. for County Jiuffi The Maple dairy including 10 Jer1 A K10E sey cows and 7 heifers were height M. F. NORTH by Mr. A. H. Hnstin, of this city, For Cirtvlt Cttth for $700 and the dairy establishJ. I). WEAKEN ment will be run by Mr. Henley V. J. F. HOLPAM Vf. it. DUNCAN Hnstin. New fixtures in the way For of sterilized bottles and other neces-sai- y TEYTON TAKRISH things have been ordered by OEOROE DEDORDE young Mr. Uatin from Chicago DINK FARMER who expects to reopen the dairy in WILLIAM II. 1IEUTER about a fortnicht. W. A. CARSON FRIDAY, JUNE il. 1912 The BY ni Interior Journal 400-pou- MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S ODD PANTS And now, while our stock is new, get your pick. Blues, Serges, Greys, it intt Improvement at Deoet The roadway behind Stanford's new depot has been opened up nnd workmen are now engaged in preparing for the concrete paving which it to be laid under the train .sheds and along the full length of the The passway up Mill street extended, to the freight depot is to be cut off, and traffic to the freight depot will have to be nround tho new n roadway behind the pisscnger and around up Depot street The train shed is nlso to bo extended westward along the tracks for thirty or forty feet farther so as to afford protection for pnsscngcrs alighting from the chair or Pullman enrs in bad weather. tie-pstn-tio- MEN'S SUITS 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 impression for or against him. ap-peara- nee Uieh-mon- dj Compulsory Attendance Law or other with tho provisions of this act shall forfeit to the uso of the school within the district in which such child lives n thnn five dollars ($5) sun: not ! noi more thnn twenty dollars ($20) for the first offense nor less than ten dollars nor more than fifty dollars for the second and every offence nnd coit of suit. tub-(equc- nt Browns, Plaids, and White Flannels and White Serges. SEC. 3. Any ' parent, guardian peibon failing to comply We have anything you can use in the work pant line. Also "Pinchecks" in the "Sweet J!r W.M. LANDGHAF, Sec. Lincoln County Board of Education. Orr" for the warm days. I' For ittntor T. L. BECK. 8. 11. OWENS R II. DRONAUOii T. 0. PANDIDOE J. II. BOONE W. T. OARNER ll SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky Lost. A blue Bere coat at or near Moroland, on Danville pike, on Anyone the 7th of this month. same will be vcrv much thanked by addressing me at More- land. Miss Anna S. Reynolds. 47-l- p J. T. ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS 3. D. EADS JOSEFH L. OOODE Ttr llattiltrati at prices never heard of before. Ed J Hubbard. 4G4p. For Sale at Cost Everything in onr greenhouse, to enable us to make a chance. This is a preat g tnnity to secure flowers and plants oppor-findin- s Fellow business .JRm&I if NX ABl men An tfjl "When in a good bank means more accou m you than mere storing of money. 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 R6od at your bank, the consequent reputation brings you in more trade, better business bargains and increased social and political prestice. jl your banker that yon have shown Always stand well at your bank, keep your engagements and show your desire to be considered a man who can be trusted. ATe 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. fl Accounts of companies and individuals solicited. Every facility given consistent with conservative banking. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. The Texas Wonder cures kidney or and bladder troubles, removing grav BOURBON POULTRY el, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irreguCURE larities of the kidneys and bladder ciploff down the throat ot chicken, dcitroy. the worm in both men and women. Regulates and save, the chick, life. bladder troubles in hildren. If not A few drop. In the drinking w.trr cure, and sold by your druggist, will be sent PREVENTS DISEASE by mail on receipt of $1: One small In chick. For the treatment bottle is two months' treatment, and and Hlacknead and of White DItrrhoeatsrkey. other dl.ea.ee In The Danville Advocate utter ft seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send long wnil against the office holders for testimonials BOURBOW POULTRY CURE HAS HO EQUAL from Kentucky nnd of Lincoln county, present nnd pros- other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 One 30c tattle makes 12 aallona of medicine. pective, and asks in conclusion if it is not about time for Boyle to Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by For Sale bv New Stanford Drua Co. have something. Well, if Boyle had any good material likeLincoln for instance it might be possible to cut off a small piece of pie and hand it to her. But as the matter now stands we see no chance for our friends aeross the line. The republican Nntional Committee is working the old Taft steam at Chicago roller to a this week. All of the contests so far have been decided in favor of Roosevelt's friends the president. have sent .for him to come to Chica-pfare-you-wo. The Damille Advocate in retracting some of its "sensational charges" Helm Congressman concerning says it does not want to state anything untrue or unfair, wiich of course means that it has stated what is not true and what is unfaiT, nevertheless Mr Sullivan is having these untrue and unfair statements printed in the papers of the district nt bis expense. The Advocate has thrown a fit or two concerning some alleged agreement on the part of Mr. Helm not to enter the present race for Congress, stating that it would produce such a pledge signed by Mr. Helm, in the presence of wit nesses, which we said was not true ond cnlled on the Advocate to produce, which it could not do. In a nut shell Mr. Sullivan's frantic efforts to remove Mr. Helm from the race is convincing evidence that he canot win with the Congressman in it. The gentleman from Madison wanted to make the race two years ago, but after going over the district found that the Tall Sycamore up in every precinct so loomed strong and so formidable' that the barrier could not be broken down. Did he then cry out that Helm had promised not to run again T Verily he did not, but if Mr. Helm made such a promise then was the time to have enforced it. And the same is true of the present race, as well as of all other races which Mr. Helm has made. It seems that the opposition to Lincoln county's son will have to trump up another or nt any rate a more leasonable charge, for this is puerile. Crab Orchard. With strnwberries a plenty and garden sast galore everyone is happy around here. Roasting ears and new potatoes will be ripe in n few days. A jolly automobile party from the Buckeye state drove down to Crab Orchard this week. There were sixteen in all. They report the roads in excellent condition nnd the scenery unsurpassed. They stopped at the Springs Hotel while here. Mr. Snra Bailey and a party of friends from Mercer county motored out to the Springs Hotel this week. They report a fine trip over splendid roads. Mr. and Mrs. Glnss, of Kicholas- yille, motored over yesterdny to enjoy a short stay at the Springs. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Thomas nnd son Scott, of Xorth Carolina, have been at the Springs for the past three week. They were here last year for a long stay. ' Mrs. M. C. Wells, of Richmond, arrived at the Springs to spend the summer. She says this is the best place in the world. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. D. Shryoth .of Mnrettn, Ohio, together with Mr. and Mrs. D. Robinovertz nnd son, Abe, came down to spend a couple of weks nt the Springs. The new concrete work around the Springs Hotel, also the new swimming pool will be n big improvement. Electric lights nnd the ice plant too are about rendy. A TEXAS WONDER. FOR STANFORD PEOPLE Stanford Citizens' Exoeriences Furnish Tonic (or Stanford Discus sion.. The following experience occur red in Stanford. A Stanford citizen relates it. Similar experiences arc occurring daily. Stanford people nrc beinc relieved. to us for the clothes you wear we will vouch for your PERSONAL We cannot vouch for your conduct or character, but if you come . APPEARANCE. Getting rid of distressing kidney llN. Try DonnV Kidney Tills the tested Quaker remedy. Stanford people testify. Stanford people profit. The evidence is home cvidenc the proof convencing. Stanford testimony is gratefully given. Stanford sufferers should heed it. Lancaster I'ike, Stanford, Ky., snj-6-; I was troubled some time ago with an acute nttack of kidney complaint. My back ached constantly and I bnd considerable pnins through mv loins. I felt languid nt times and tired easily. I took a box of Doan's Kidney Pills nnd thev fixed me np all richt, the second box practically cured me of all the trouble." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's nnd take no other. W. II. Mershon, 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 shops material good, style and workmanship the very best. We are here all the time and want you to see them. ooooooooooooooooool H; J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky I ONE R0P Cultivators We have the Oliver and Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators, ready for this Season. Try One Bed RoomSuites Odd Dressers Odd Beds Odd Wash Stands W.RHiggins Tht Linciln County National Bank , Corner Next to Court House r? ' fe W. L McCARTY, Pas. . L. PENNY, V. Pres. SALIN, Cashier. . M. J. D. EADS, V. I. J. S. BICE, Pres. h'r S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, lt Corsets You can make no mistake in buying a Warner's Rust-Pro- of A $1, $1.50 and $2. Also a full line of American Beauty t Corset, price w !''" Corsets, prices $1 to $3.50. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. Lacasler. Rev. George A. Joplin, State Secretary, of the Sunday school organization conducted the Garrard county Sunday school convention at the Baptist church Saturday holding an all day session. W. S. Beazley until recently a wealthy farmer of Garard, sold to Jonas Weil pound cat tle for July delivery at 8 4 cents per pound. This successful farmer nlso sold other cnttln nt unVrs rnntr- W from 7 2 cents to 8 cents per pound. . The contesting candidates for tho handsome piano in It. S. Brown's dry goods store are doing some earnest work. At this early date it is quite hard to tell who will bo the winner. ecral converts were baptized Sunday afternoon nt Conn's pond, having made the good confession nt tho meeting conducted last week by Elder V. M. .Tinder nt tho New Union church nt Hyattsvillc. C. A. Arnold, of Garrard, shipped a car-loa- d of first-clas- s porkers to Cincinnati Saturday; thero were 100 head in the consignment tliut averaged 200 pounds in weight; Mr. Arnold raised the greater number of 140-1.C1-1-ao-ti- ve Springs, Mattresses Dining Tables Parlor Tables Rockers, Cbairs Wall Paper. Carpets Mattings Rugs Druggets, Lace Curtains Shades, Pictures Trunks, Sewing Machines Stanford, Kentucky Capital Surplus Firt -- $100,000 $100,100 on Honor Roll in Stanford and Lincoln County First in Central and South-eas- t Kentucky Tenth in State of Kentucky W. A. TribMe MR. FARMER ftfi ed : homo familv as a nice residence, and ulace yourself in a position to tret the latest market quotations at nnv time. Ths can be accomplished bv means of our telephone service which vou uud vonr neighbors can ect for a sum that ia small coin-parwith the benefit received. Cnll or address our nearest ofi'ico or write direct to headquurters. Nashville. Tenn.. for information retarding our KiH'cial "FiU'Uifclb Line" vnte. If von aro not at nresent pninvtn.. phono beivice. we can immediately interest vou. Our linos cover the States tMoplDalnn! I. - Cn..il.- At r. H .1 llf iKiivuvuit TiLtlllnuann .iiiooiaoiii'i. T.ll'o!n u'iuisiuiju uuu 4lliu C7UUlIltJjril itorilUU vi LA..t ..rtl.lf a vi.iiuorccu. CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEL. CO. of Indiana nnd Illinois. RURAL vour as modern for vour TELEPHONES. Make 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 Surplus $25,00 Capital $50,000; tl. I First National Bank STANFORD, KY. ' WlWWWWWTrii THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. Willinm STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY. JUNE 14, 1812 Mrs. W. M. Morris nnd little son, Mntion, of Muskofjcc, will 8pnd tho summer with her Mtcr, Mr. J. F. Holdntn nt Crab Orchard. .Mr. nnd Mrs. L. S. McGlnnn, of who Imvo been vinitinp Louisville, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. (.'. McUlnry, xpent ftcvcrnl days tlio firt of the week with Mrs. J. E. Iluek nt Uilbert'n npo. Prof. Datson In Somerset n I'rof. Josinh Itotnon, a teacher of muoic, hns moved with Ins family from Lincoln county to this city nnd intends to open in n short while n penernl music store. The professor hns been 'n live wiro in the mtiie line in Lincoln county since he moved there twenty years well-knowd, lion-ornh- le Why cough? Stop Itl m 5 ALL-WOO- L 0, f K vCfJvvvf vilify IBlllrr- IVn ? j""bf - i ''fcyTyHy1 f -- V jtcm fciC? Here's a BT The Road to Comfort 4 f A vanished thirst cool body and a He is n strniRlit-forwnrman nnd wc commend him to Cnck. Owen Mclntyre, of Danville, is the (food people here ns such. Somshortly to establish n mnpiiinc de- erset Times. voted to poultry, which oiiRht to fill Mrs. Hose A. Freeman, Clifford, a long felt want in this section. Mac is a hustler nnd will make it a Vn., fcnys they have long used Folev Kemcdics nnd wnnt to sny n Rood big thinp, sure. Miss Josephine Wnrren, who has word for them. She writes: "Folcv nt Tallndepi, Aln., Kidney Pills cured mv husband of a liceu tcnelinitf lonp standing kidney trouble, nftcr will return home to spend the summer. On her way home she will vis- he hnd taken other medicines with it her sister, Mrs. John Charles Oa- - out relief. Wo would not bo with out Foley & Co.'s medicines in our bornc nt NnHhvilIe. , house for many tim0 their cost. Shu- Messrs William and Ales. Hiii-roof Hcech Grove. Intl.. nre vinting cars nnd ianncr, Stop coughing! Coughing rasps and tears. Stop itl Coughing prepares the throat and lungs for more trouble. Stop it I There is nothing so bad for a cough as coughing. Stop it! Ayes Cherry Pectoral is a medicine for coughs and colds, a regular doctor's medicine. Sold for seventy years. Use itl Ask your doctor if this is not good advice. SUITS cost no more than inferior grades. They wear you better, and hold their color and shape. We are showing them now from refreshed one; the sure way the only way is via a glass or bottle of Ideally delicious pure as purity crisp and sparkling as frost. Our new booklet, telling C vindication of Coca-Col- a at Chattanooga, for the asking. rrCC Demand the Genuine as made by THE COCA-COL- CO CA. ATLANTA, 1J Whenever you tee an Arrow think of Coca-Co- SOCIAL and PERSONAL Miss Snrn Hundley, has returned attended school the past term. J. L. Totten was here from Lebanon this week slinking hands with his manv friends nnd calling on the trade. Mr. John S. Wells and fnmily, motored over from Dnnvillc Wednesday and tpent the dny with rehome from St. Kathcrinc, where she Mrs. W. It. Hice. of IJnisvillc is the giieht of Mrs. Susan Yeacer. MIm 1'enrl Cnstle, of Somerset, is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. A. IL Castle. Mr. D. L. Porter, Sr., is visiting hU son, It. L. Porter, Jr., at Crenl Sirring, Ind. Mi-- tt Elizabeth Hunn is visiting her cotixin, Miss Isabella Reynolds nt McKinncy. Mihs Mary J'hsmI!, of Morcland, is the guest of her cotinn, Mrs. Jnmes Mclleo. Messrs. Oniric Rice nnd Willie Grny, of LinnjMon, urc the guests of Mrs. John Fields. W. K. Perkins, merchant prince of Crnb Orchard, was here Wednesday, accompanied by his wife. Mrs. Nellie Unllou went to Lancaster Mnndny to attend the burial of Mrs. Mnry Jennincs. Miss Lnnite Lynn hnR returned home after n. visit to her nunt. Mrs. John Mount nt Lancaster. Mrs. Snllie Gcole nnd Mrs. Leo Penny, of Mitchellsburp, are the guests of Mrs. B. D. Carter. lative. Mr. nnd of Lancaster, is Mr. J. S. Unucbman. Danville Advocate. Mits Annn Davis Mcltobcrts. went to Itichmond Wednesday to n house party given by Miss Mnry Chennult. Mr. and Mrs. John Ncvins and I children, of Lebanon Junction, are here Msiting his mother, Mrs. Mat-ti- e Xevius. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Butler nnd Miss Mndio Butler, of McKinncy, were in town n short time Monday on business. Ed Wilkinson, who hns bene ill for n month or more with influiuntory rheumatifein, has returned from FJuir Springs much improved. Pretty little Miss Mildred Beazlcy. friends and relatives here. Mrs. Brunette Kennedy, 05 years of nge, who died nt her home in Itirlirt'ond, of paralysis was relntcd to (i number of Lancaster families two of her sisters Mesdaraea Allen Arnold, and J. P. Doty living in tkis county. Mr. J. F. Neighbors, of Livingston, lias returned home nfter n viit to her sister, Mrs. W. K. Warner. Mrs. V. K .Warner and children, hnvo been the recent guests to her pnrents Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Bourne nt LnncnMer. Mr. Cnbel Owens, who was formerly with the local Q. & C offices, is now enjoying a fine position with this rond and the Alabama Great Southern that of Tie and Timber Agent. He travels from Cincinnati nenrlv to New Orleans. Chnrles H. Hayden, of the. U. S. railway mail service with headquarters nt Tenth nnd Broadway, Louisville, was here several days tli't- He is off week visitinc friends. on a vacation and wns wnrmly greeted by many friends nt his old home. court here .Mondny He nttcndcu with his brother A. J. Hayden, of Danville. Mrs. Charlie Withers nnd Mr-the Muudti Stone attended exercises nt Caldwell College Inst week. Mif-Anie Hays, of Birmingham, Ala., is htTe visiting relntivcs. Mibs Edith Martin nnd brother Jesse, left Sunday for Fort Wnyne, Ind., to visit their grnndxireirts, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. P. Bnines. s Unlet there is daily action ol tbe bow els, poltnnous product! are absorbed, The Epworth League will hnve nn cauiinc headache, biliousness, nausei, We wish you would ask your open estion next Tuesday night nnd dyspepsia. correcting your constipation doctor about like a trip to Mammoth Cave wit'i by tsklnc laxative doses ol Ayer's Pills. Mrf. J. J. Dickey as guide. A story X4 Vt "' C ATM CO.. Lrll M... of Hie en- - will be rr.ndc with p"st There came t.) my plnce, n steer. tin Jh mid a map of the cavi;. All get by describing, art interested to attend, tlune who Owner can keep samethis notice. W. nnd liii"! Keen to the cave and those wlu paying for expect to go. Do not fail to come. I Cordier, Stanford. Kv. Mrs. J. If. Harris, Pre, of Literary Three Teels of ructures Saturday Department. nisht at the opera house. ' S125toS305 in the new colors and late designs. Special prices on what few last year Mrs. M. A. McLaughlin, 312 Jny FRUIT AND SHADE TREES St.. LaCross, Wis., writes that she Strawberry plants, Grapo Vines, suffered nil kinds of pains i'l her back and hips on nccount of kidney Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, "I got nnd Phlox. Everything for Orchard trouble and rheumatism. some of Foley Kidney Pills nnd nt-fnnd Lawn, Garden. Free Catalogue. tiikiiiK them for n few days there No Agents. vn n wonderful chnnge in my case, ri. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, for the pnin entirely left my back Lexington, Ky. I nm thankful theie is nnd hips nnd Kidney uch a medicine ns Foley Pills." Shugnrs and Tanner. er patterns we have. 37, from About fifty suits, sizes 35, 36 and in J.L.Beazley &Co i k 1 SHORT LOCAL NEWS ;i $4 to $8.50 in order to close them out. E"S nd frequently tuffer i cold ? Nervoui P Some o tl.e time lUelt from biliouanca. or headache ? The reaaon it that your ayatera doea not rid to rid rate of atove ol the poiaona in the blood; juit at impoa.ihle aa it ia for the what the clinkera do to the atoe; iltcli ol clmkera. The rate doea to ua eiactly make 11.. Gfa bum low until enough clinUxra have accumulated and then preent do "V1 are dull and heavy-l- f'P ita burnini at all. Your liver ia aluUh-- ou a rtat, nor ia food appetiiin. In Ihia condition illne.a deelopa. Doctor fierce Iycnc alterGolden Medical Uiicmery eradicatea the poiaona Jrotn the Knly and ative extract maJe trom bloodroot, o!den teal and mandrake root, atone No matter how atroo the con.tifition cueen'a root, without the u.e ot alcohol. quence the blood ia diiorderrd, (or the atomacb ia the laboratory (or the conatant manufacture ot blood. Mrs. BEN. Blakk. of Tort Dow. Ont. Hr .TtflLillJ i iuflrr for yean fnan throat nrr .n- -.t .rJ 'lr-ll- on fouJ. uvta bjoatln.. Are You Blue and Worried? etily Ctch rt.Hr crt 1 Vv2iy chletiifUmmKon I Mcdlral a all throo.h & n. Flnrt 1 t., 'Vf-fo- TCI jra I bad thta fanHuLKX. g7 Caurrh Itrmadr. Im UlJ I)lTry and I)r. Cktarrh mdr. lr. tttla of with pUir. fad Ilka a newam - Z woman. n! SSund n ad thank God for lattins rea lira lur, awosb to that mada ma wall aln." fUura-1 thlns Dr. Pieroe'a Pleaaant Pellcta regulate liver and bowel. .VaesaajaBE-saaawaaaaaaaaaaaaa- Out of oldest Egypt comes this of ours. The new trade-marpyramid of the Pharaohs typifies strength, substantiality, permanency. The wings of the sacred ibis signify lightness, speed, gi ace. And "thoWingcd Pyramid" stands for all that's best in automobile construction. , k The best menl in Lincoln county for 3o cents. Give us a call nnd we'll prove it. Cover's rcstnurnnt See thoe new pictures Saturday UNDERTAKERS AND night at the opera house. ALSO DEALA good show for 10 cents at the ER IN FURNITURE, MATopera houfe Saturday night June TINGS, RUG8. THEY WILL 15th. FURNITURE EXCHANGE having persons Notice. All FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL, PRICE claims against the estnte of Squire K. D. Noaks nre hereby notified to SPRING SUITING file same with the undersigned, properly verified ns required by law by My new spring nnd summer samAug. 1st 1912 r they will be barred. ples are now ready for your inspecThis June 0, 1912. All persons in- tion. They comprise the best on Services at the Presbyterian debted to the deceased will please the market. I can suit anyone as to church mi Sunday. June Kith. Bible settle snrne. J. II. Collier Admi- price who hnd his clothes made to at 9:30 A. M. Morning ser- nistrator. your measure T. D. NewsanG can furnish you order. A suit mnde to vice at 11 A. M. Subject "Docs is preferable to ready made clothes. Cnus-Me to Stumble!" fresh Strawberries every dny by the Christ To have them made to measure Young People's Meeting nt 7 P. M. quart or crate. doesn't cost any more than ready Icadinq comNo eening tervice. Insure with the represent made when quality nnd fit is conMrs. Martha Sharp died nt her panies. Fish & Bromley sidered. Come in and let me take home near Yotemite Sunday nfter-- I them. All lines. tommir to tho opera liouso June your measure. noon, nged 73 years. She wns the Colvvn's, Southern H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor! wife of Willinm Sharp who preced- 20, 21 nnd 22, Company of ed her to the grave six years ago. Roic Buds. A stock She wns the mother of five children. 10 people, nnd two reels of pictures for See Us Before Buying A member of the Christum church, each nk'ht in ndditionnl. Watch nnd n kind hearted Christian woman. program in next issue. Your Spring Goods For Sale. Two fino upright Hev. ,1. Q. Montgomery conducted will sell nt n sncniiee, ami Have nice Selection of Dragfuneral sen ices monday nftemoon piano; B. C. nets. Mattings, Carpets, when the body wns laid to rest in one player piano. Address ofLace Curtains, etc. The the Green river church burying Fulton, cuto JntorioV Journalt. fice, Stanford, Ky. giomid. Correct Styles in Millinery. Owing to the high price of everyCome and see our Stock and The little fifteen months old son thing to eat, we will be compelled to be convinced. of Mr. John Brooke, of Atlanta, Gn. raise our price on single meals to wns buried nt Crab Orchurd, Tues-dn- y 35 cents, beginning nt once. Cover's sr t, s. 45-The funeral was restaurant. afternoon. One brindle cow nnd red heifer conducted by Itev. P. L. Bruce. came to my place on Dis river nbout The Woman's Improvement Club March 1st. Owner can get same by .vill met Wednesday June 19th at proving nnd pnying for her keep and the Methodist church. Keports from ndvertisine. Wnlter Wnrren 45-Bargains in Shoes. As we have the Federation Convention held at Mammoth Cavo May 27-3will be decided to close out our line, of read by different members of the shoes we will sell nt a bnrenin every Hub. Some new business will bo dav until sold out. as follows: S3 planned. Come nnd take nn active shoes at $2.75 und $1.75 shoes nt part in civic improvement. School $1.50, $1.50 shoes at $1.25, men's suffrage for women will be discuss- tan low cuts $3.25 at $2.50, all kinds ed. If you are interested in tho of children's nnd misses' slippers nt Guaranteed to keep your Stock la a school question, come. Mrs. J. J. bnrgain prices. Come. We are glad healthier and better condition. Dickey. President. to show our line of shoes. W. M. A Feellnq of Security. ThomDson. Iloldnm's Mill Kv. 43 You naturully feel sure when you For Rent. Three good rooms and know that the medicine you are kitchen, downstairs, garden nnd about to take is absolute!" pure nnd stnble room if wanted. Apply to 40-t- f. contains no harmful producing jlrugs Mrs. Susnn B. Yeager. Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's BtiT or Onio Crrr er Tolzdo. I (" Lccia Cocictt. Swamp Root, the grcut Kidney, Livla ruin J. CatNtT mikta mUi that heCo. Knlor Guaranteed the BEST Egg Producer er and Bladder Remedy. dome partner ot tea enn oj V. i. Cbinit and Buu builnna ux CII7 ol Tbe same standard of purity, aiorraalii. Inand that uld Tnlwlo. Count 7 Iht turn ot arm will py and Disease Pretentatiie. Erery packtor nth trtrr strength and excellence is maiutam-e- d O.NU ot HUNDRU) DOLLARS currd bjr and ue ot toe mm CATtaiu that ennoot tx age of the aboie Remedies sold on a in every bottlo of Swamp-Roo- t. lliUa CaTauui cvax. FRANK J. CHENEY Personal Guarantee, backed b, Swamp-Rois scientifically comSworn to before me and itiberritml to my prewnce. thla tin day ot December, A. P.. IIM. pounded from vegetable herbs. k A. W. CIEASON'. It is not a stimulant and is taken I Koraai Pcauc. in teaspoonful doses. Italia Catarrh Cure la Ukro Internallr and acta directly blood and It is not recommended for every- eyttem. unoo the Uellmonlala. mucoua aurlarea ot the tree. Send tor Stanford, Ky. thing. Sold by all Prut lata. I9. It is nature's great helper in reuau raniiiv iiim rnr mniiipeuon. iaae lieving and overcoming kidney, liver mid bladder troubles. SPECIAL EXCURSION A sworn statement of purity is with every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's 40-3t40-34. Cummins Home of H. S. fe W'earen M. All Wool Clothes Stanford, Kentucky & 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. mil wmt L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard Kentucky. 3. S6g jf ; 1, People's Stock Remedy 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. I People's Poultry Remedy T7 Tl tl i W ' m ot lL George H. Farris w. E. PERKINS 41' Crab Orchard, Ky. Swamp-Roo- t. have tho best. If you nre nlrendy convinced thnt Swamp-Rois what you need, you will find it on sale nt nil drug stores in bottles of two sizes, fifty-cent- s ot If you need a medicine, you should CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, june leth. mid one-dolla- r. thousand new Fords go into this season proof of tljeir unequnlcd merit. Tho prico is $500 for tho roadster, if GOO for tho fivo passenger cur, uud $700 for tho deliv. cry ear complcto with all equipments, f. o. b., Detroit. See Win. E. Olovcr, Stnuford, for demonstration, catalogues etc. Seventy-fiv- o Sample Bottle Swamp-Ro- ot Free Bing-hamton, By Mail. $lHBBrli: Round Trip Are You Prepared? FISH & BROMLEY Fire, Life, Sick and Accident, Burglary, aaaai a,4J 1 aBH mjaAjaUaBBJI M Round Trtp Plate Glass, Liability, Bonds, Live Stock, Automobiles, Teams, etc. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. Y., for a samplo bottle, freo by mail it will convince. You will nlso receivo booklet of vnlunblo information, telling nil nbout tho kidneys. When writing bo sure nnd mention tho Stnuford Interior Journal. Semi-Weekly SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Stanford, Kentucky 0 .. '' A WVfH mm N; ji i.Wrt ' t miirim-ini- . f .i.,..v i.anail Ludtuiflulj j i I. lll'l, i it Whitemoon, the Charlie Herbalist. COM--CEL--SAR. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD THE FARMERS KENTUCKY FRIDAY. JUNE 14. 1112 Cowboy A few registered Tamwortli pip for snlo a( real bargain prices. Send for description circular. V. A. Cof4S-4p. o Perfection Headache Cure a. a The best preparation for headache Is made by your Dru.qi.l3t wonWhoe wonderful Itoot & Herb medicines liavo been making such rendderful cures UH years past In Kentucky, extends greetings to tho offjr-ed & splendid rates ers ofThe Inferior Journal, through tho courtesy namo of my great universal remedy, is by its' editor. Tho sbbbbbbbbbIbbbv av me ? 1H a peculiar n ' fllncssnnkvnof . ! Td.0rnwhnvPHertallsyt'' ZJSESfc mercury & t, n,MZucrtZnnMomk&on given relative to Roots BlbirEzekial 47:12. Ecclesiastcs 30: 14, 15, fl, l't? Your -N, ."-- It i an ideal spring & fall tonic, stom-nc1G Hoots & Herbs. is a body & liver, kidney, bladder & blood remedy. of great merit & should be used both spring & fall for ncrvo builder putting the blood & general system in fine condition to meet tho necesis sold at all sary chnnges taking place at those seasons. drug stores, tho some times, you find a druggist who for some reason will not handle my remedies. In that case, J will, on receipt of tho price is packof $1.00 send it postage paid any plnoo on earth. ed & backed by a legal guarantee that gets back your dollar if also for fails to do what you buy it for. Call for Science Sope which is mad0 of puns vegetable oils Charlie White-Moon- 's . unmn .v;n flnlv, I Oo a bar, 3 for 25c & money back if you don't happen to like it. Jiy years of experience ns a cowboy & among tho Indians, give value of Roots & Herbs as medicines, & I would like to send every of book o ,ls klnd crer published, entitl- "J ' t o the startling facts obtainablo no place else, & costs you nothing is filed with f no ca endar. say so ft I will mail you ono for 1912, litt.ographed in five composed of h, Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Cel'Sar Com-Ctl-S- ar Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Cel-S- fey & Son, MrKinncy, Ky. At Ilopkinsville, Inst week, at the mectiiiR of tlic Planters' Protective Association, reports were made Hint mueli tobacco was beini: dainnjred by n small worm enllotl the ''Hcrcw worm". It was stated nlso llint nbout 75 per cent of the tobacco crop bns been planted and smnll plants were not doinjr well. Wnrren county utrnw berry growers one nialit hint week, shipped l!'J cum or berries, lleforo tlio earn were loaded tho Mteet were blocked nt Howling Green with the wnpoiw One orryini; the luoinim fruit. line of wnpons wn nvw n miln lcuitr. The growers nre jicttinff good price for their fruit mid ho far have sold $09,000 worth. Tho crop will return, when finished, more than it, above all other tk'wft, the ready for sickly, watted It newithet and kaildt then ap when ordiaary food btoktttly failt. " Be $ure to get SCOTT'S. AIIDreeifc chit-dre- PENNY Just a little better 'ban any other. Rcoll ft nownt, lllnomfltM NJ U-- ll ,, for'.,la rtund-UP- ". ft Herbs as medicines. Catholic 17 also Chapter 38; 4, 0,0, Write Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Revelations 22:2 Psalm 103:14. if modern doctors w1h Biblesays "Physician Heal The 1C, ThdT , u " , " ,.C I" ., other poisons can't beat wenwemw, .m i:r. ....... i, xours lor a long, cieun. W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. CHARLIE WHITE-MOObook or calcndar,address Dept. 7. Tf. vnn write for information, Jw ". """ Titanic "Women and Children First;' Says Major Archibald Butt. GAINES' Life Policy Answers as a Life Boat. Don't go down and leave your lovea ones not protected. "" ' A Ed. C. Gaines, Lancaster, Ky. The Insurance Man. liend breaking prices. Ninety-fou- r consigned by T. P. Harrison weighed an aMTiigc of l.JWS pounds and sold tor $8.9.", the highest price cut paid in St. Louis for that number of head owned by cattle, r.ightv-cigh- t R. N. Craig weighed 1,220 pounds and sop for $8.10, with two out at Claude Perry n slight reduction. shipped elcen head that ncrngel 1.210 pounds and brought $8.05 S1 00,000. With tho enpitnl stock fixed nt while Harris Wallace sent hcumi iii!inK rtrers that r.vcragcd 800 incorporating the .t5t,ti00. article Lund Tobacco Kcdryinjr and Stor- - pounds. Six of the Wallace steers sold at $7.70 and ono at $0.2o.nj;e inrapnnv were men in tne of the Knyetto County Clerk. Feeders Have Made Money Saturday. Tho incorporator nre V. V, Land. Ij. M. IjiumI and Despite poor quality of com, high MesT. Y. Alexander, nil of Lexington. cost of all kinds of feed and scarcity Pive hundred million gout skins of roughed cattle, feeders have made Iine been imported into the United very satisfactory profits since tho States during the lnt decade, nnd rise began in February. Thousands the money sent out of the country of steers put in last fall n round or in payments there for amounts to under 5 cents have returned to mar2.10 million dolnrs. ket to claim 8 cents or hotter. Instances nro related where profits Hobert C. Oatewood, of Montgomery county, sold 31!) head of ex- hae been astounding nnd the cheapport cattle to M. K. Qrcenwnld, of er cattle were bought the greater Chicago. They will average nbout has been the financial gain. Illinois IftSfl pounds mid brought a price feeders liavc pursued a lucrative right around eight cent". It is trade in finishing bullocks bought nt by mnnv as the very bet Knnsas City. Thoe who had suffibunch of cattle in Montgomery coun- cient feed nnd confidence in the futy. ture to pay $0,7.r)fn!7 along in FebThe James Scobee farm near the ruary for Knnsas cattle linxe been them in Clticngo recently L. & K Junction, in Clark county, selling containing '290 acres, was sold the nt $S.7o9. past week by Mrs. Hettie Knox to The situation indicates tliat when George Prewht. I. II. Cock-re- ll corn is high nnd fodder senrce fleshy and George Hon, of Clnrk coun- cattle may be bought nt Missouri ty, nt $83 per acre. Itiver markets even in competition The Elmendorf Coal and Feed Co. with killers, for a finish and shipof which James IS. llaggiu is the ment to Chicago later on. January principal stockholder, took out a and February liquidation under such permit nt Lexington for n conditions menus n high market for cattle in April and May. grain elevator in the north end of fini-he- d Although most' feeders ngrec that that city, to be constructed of reinforced concrete and to cost approx- a bushel nnd a peck of tins year's imately $25,000. corn was needed to put on ns much v gain ns a bushel last. year, wherever The famous hot cne in the Itojle Circuit Court comfoit wns provided cattle did well is nlmost equal to the famous Mad- The number of Illinois feeders wrho report using nlfnlfn in their ration ison countv calf cae. The hog ca-was tried four time. The value of this uar is lnrge. In a majority of the wine was $5. The court costs enter where cattle have come to in the case were $210, besides lnrgt market with n finish some nilro-aenoconcentrate was ued. Feedsums paid for attorneys' fees on ers have emerged from the corn both sides. M. F. Lawrence, who was xusitintr hauling period nnd mot of the ones now use n balanced bis friend Will Daws, a prominent Hieeders Gazette. faimer of Gurrnid last week, reI want to funii-- h some tobacco ports 'to the I. J., that Mr. Davis nt his place in grower 10,000 tobacco sticks. John has quite a curio-it- y p the shape of three legged chicken. Hooker, It. F. D. No. .1. Uox HG The, fowl is about three weeks vld meeting of the There will nndseeins to thrive ns well as its Fiu huts' I'nionbeata th" court liou-- e The inn mill hi others anil sNters. Sntuiday June loth at II o'clock thiid leg is crowing out where the on M tail is usually found. The extra P. Mr. Tobacco Gr'wer. Get that limb does not eem to be of nnv parTobacco Hail insurance now, before ticular ue. Mr. Davis will endeav- the Hail comes. It cots no more. or to raie the freak to full fowi- - It. M. Ncwlnnd, Agent. 47-t- f. Biq Prices For Cattle. Wanted sheen or cattle to pasture, good fence, plenty of water, 1 2 Ten cars of cattle shipped fioin TeleMcCredie to St. Louis Monday Mild miles west of Kind's Mountain. 1 or phone King's Mountain. Kin? Tuesday's market nt record- - write Wavnesbun' It. I) 4. V. Al'pn. on oi-fi- re Me-.MiC'nldwell-McAnnalle sin1-restf- ul n. IS-l1-- Honestly we do not know how It could be Improved, at any price, and we have had ten years' experience with It. too. A GENEROUS BOX 10c. If vou have a severe cough you had belter see your family physician That's the safest thlna to do In all cases but for any ordinary couqh our Syrup White Pine Tar Is the best thlnq you can qet. We have It In 25 cent and 50 cent bottles, and It Is guaranteed. We are sellinq lots of o)ir Cold Tablets these days. We utraranlee iheiii to cure a cold In one night. Our guarantee is a personal auarantee. Money back If not Satisfied. PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Phone No. 2. 'oaf 9aaBdMggMdWjaBOIB'alOjaBjaMaMOfla''flBjaB4aMjaSfljaBOBM0wO oMoe?wowoofotMoeM-3aBoaBooejoeH')fl- of.j tj o o T?g. a 1 iil III i'i 1 Car of Adrian ii il if ii i'i I i!i i Wire Fence Just Received We have several secondhand Buggies for sale fi oil II : old E. T. Pence Stanford. Kentucky oaa o eM O ea O Iil tf O aaaa o tM O Q BBO aaa) o fSBO Baal o BaaM 9 a eel o en o eaiBBltfesSoesSotBBloeBBtoeBBoejaa es4 Do You Want a Silo? This cut shows you what we are now prepared to construct A. Remedy No Family Should Do Without No matter iav healthy a human bclnc may be it la sate to mty that not many months ale wllhuut tome obstruction of tho bowels. In other words, constipation, oen If only tern porary. The bloatliur. the dull feellnc may start after the etenlng meal. If a laxallte la not taken that nlKht It la certain that sleep will not be sound, and sou will awaken unrefreshtd. Hence, It la Important for ou and for all the members of our family that a Kood. reliable laxative be always kept In the house for Just such emergency. It Is sure to be needed, and when needed you want It at hand. No family that In careful of its health can do without such a remedy. Hut the question of which remedy to have on hand Is also of ast Importance. The laxative most hlehly recommended by the majority of Intelligent Americans as belntr best for babies and grownups la Or. Caldwell's Syrup rep-- . pin. It Is a liquid laxative-tonic- , mild, and tripes, la effective on lobust people and can be elven with safety to an Inrant. Children like It because of these sentle qualities and because It Is pleasant to tha taste, remedy you It Is the best can hate In the house for any disorder of tho stomach, liver and bowels, and many people like II, II. Morgan, Price, Tenn., and Mrs. II, C. Daldon, Wart-racTenn., say they would as soon be without the necessities as without Dr. Caldwell's Syrup I'epsln. Anyone wishing to mako a trial of this remedy before buylnic It In the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family slxe) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. Washington 8t, V. B. Caldwell, 40 Montlcello, III. four name and addreas on a postal card will do. We have one of the 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. fa-mo- us Inquire Price ti X ner Per bus. Per bag Per ton e. We have already contracted for six and cannot build but a limited num ber, so you had better not delay, but get in next We have the territory of Lincoln and Gaft'aru counties. Telephone 136 PHILLIPS H BROS., Stanford, Ky. H ; " : OATEQUAL "HAS NO EQUAL" As a perfect feed for horses, mules, colts, jacks, dairy cows, calves, sheep and lanbs, hogs and pigs, as an egg producer it is Tho I. J. can get j'ou tho Louisville Times, daily, fiom now t6 November 30 for $1.25 cash in advance. A PERFECT FEED. a f.l-VV- Made from Rolled Oats, Cracked Com, Alfalfa, Hay, Brewer's Grain and Pure Cane Molasses. than Oatequal, and is the working horse's friend. Alcorn i$ heavier in com ll ADM 4bi m- aj WSBm - Single meals are now 35 cents at Ootcr's rcstauraut but wo fed so well, you'll find tliey'ie worth every cent of it. 15-4. 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 $220 per 100 pounds. You feed no other grain with this feed, and three quarts to one gallon make a good feed Order a sack today. H. B. Northcott Dealer In Live and Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Ice, Coal, Wool, Furs Hides, Salt, Lime, FeathTHERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of the name. If you have bad experience with the latter kind you don't want another. If you haven't take our advice and don't Buy our real paints experiment. and save yourself disappointment and money as well J. A. ALLER. Stanfri. Ky. A Feed That Is All Feed. 0 sflBMHksGsP ers, Ginseng, etc. vh$c Lancaster, Ky. Branch House, Stanford, Ky. Oatequal and Alcorn are cheaper to feed than oats and cost little by the bag THE OATEQUAL CO., Columbus, Ohio. SOLD BY J. H. Baughman & Co. Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. .ii. f., J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO., Stanford, Ky. T.K.TUMR.Mmt. PHONE 153. i&)Sltf