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NO. 19 STANFORD, LINCOLN Praise For Weslew Em'irv said Sunday: "The FrnnkfoTt team is one of heavy bitters and they are fast fielders ns well, which would hold them tip even witli a mediocre pitching staff. Manager Ofrorer pcoms to have a find in the votimr- est addition to his list of pitchers. Ktnhry, the former hiuh school lad, lias won lio straight games for the Lawmnkcrs, and lias neter been hit hard." Reviewing the lllue Orns League, n writer in the Loiiisvillo Herald COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, JUNE IS. 1912 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. ON Who Will Be Crowned the Most Popular Young Ladies In This Part of Kentucky just Eleven More Days To Answer Are Ambitious or This Hlghlv P With It. You Must Make Every With Mloht And Main For We YOU Will Heed Every Vote To BOYLE COUNTY STRONG FOR HARVEY HELM This Momentous Question So If You rlzed Honor And The Prizes That Go Moment Count. Be Up and Dolnq Are Nearlnu The Home Stretch AND Make You a Winner. HUNDREDS OF SUBSCRIBERS Advan-Conte- st ARE Pourlna'lnto The I. J.. Office As The Many Friends Take Which Comes To a Close at taqe Of The Best inter ui me i Nine O'clock Tonlqht. Drye Miss Interior Journals Great Prize Popu- Miss Effie Wilcher Dollie which coined to n larity C011Miss Martha Hroughton filose on June 2!)th1" Is the quesU- "Who will be the winner of the Miss Evn Horton tion almost everybody is now ask- Miss Josephine Morris ing. The answer to this question Miss Florence Dawes Gooch will all depend on whnt efforts the Miss Luc nml thctr friend.s put Miss Hcttie White contestants forth during 'the next eleven days. Miss Minelle Pruitt The groat race is growing more and Miss Nello Hnck Hes-iHiffe more exciting every day and from Miss Hus-e- ll nil appearances the outcome will be Miss Mary Mamie Holman in doubt up to the Inst minute for Miss Mndin 'Butler mnny strong candidates Miss there aro ., who arn working with might mid Hiss Lulu Co Iter . main for that $350 piano. Never, DISTRICT NO. 2. . ia all his years of cxcricnce in this work, has the manager ever seen a Miss Sara Riehurdsou 82,275 contest where the indications pjint Miss Jennie Rankin 09,050 00,015 to, such a close race at the finish. Miss Susie Roberts 52,130 It .certainly is going to be a highly Miss Ada Wesley prized honor to win that 3o0 piano Mii 50.580 West 32,935 for this is by long odds the greatest Miss Lillie Henry campaign ewr attempted by a coun- Miss Ante Elam 43,350 try newsuaper in Kentucky. 20,855 Miss Daisy Shuttles 23,115 Miss Wilhe Wilkinson Open Until 9 O'clock Tonight. 10,955 The office will be open this even- Miss Alma Cosby 13,495 ing 8.i that the contestants and their Miss Lottie Wcsterfield Miss Jejjel Francisco 13.8S0 friends may turn in the subscrip13,245 tions to apply on the best offer of Miss livinin Mcliraw the contest which comes to a close Miss Margcret Lee Qruhbs ..11,140 11,020 Miss May Cozatt at 9 o'clock tonight. Miss Elsie Morris R-- 2 11,230 Will Your "Favorite"' Win 7,020 Friends, relative and ncquoint- - Mis Annie Pollard 10.S20 V VAI1 flnftAf it is Mr," tn .WM. A . a .- ,- irn- - . Mrs. Dick Hampton V 'nt1 .M..V". 7,040 ing to lei your luvome lose uuu Miss Sadie Anderson .3ri0 piano just for lack of a few Hut still she may subscriptions f lose bv a few thousand votes which be might as well hao had, if you bad stood by her. Iet every father, brother and sister, mint and uncle friend and ncqunintmice put iorth their most nctive efforts during the noxt two weeks in behalf of their favorite for what you do now will probably spell SUCCESS OR DEDrop FEAT for your candidate. t &.. t everything if need be. to make jour a winner. Don't let anyfiuorite one wre-- t the honor nnd'glory nwny from her. Don't let vain rccrel possess you. when the judges have ninde their final decision but mnkr nuro that if your favorite loses, you nt least have the satisfaction of knotting that you have done all that little vou possibly could do. A help given your favorite now is worth all the consolations in the Miss Margaret Holtzclaw. world have the contest is over. Distuct No. 1 About The Coupons. will npunf in the No coilK)lls The daiutv little ladv who salulos paper hereafter during the contest, yo'i here is one of our joungest all coupons clipped from the paper contestants but she is making u most must be polled bcfoie June 22nd, or active campaign that would do credthey will not bo counted. We do it to one many vears older. She this to clear the boards for the has a wide circle of friends and adjudges when tune comes for the. final mirers and we look for them to help count. Vote ballots issued on sub- her win a big prize nt the close. scriptions are good ut any time up of the contest and need to the not bo polled until the last day if to do mi. u do not wi-- h Pay Up Your Subscription After the content - oer. rtlm .... 22,030 30,540 22,430 25,220 24,315 41,780 22,535 10,970 45,205 21,305 2L2G0 15.445 12,030 11,810 11,730 .... .... clo i- who are in arrears will cut off the list. If you are m bo nr-tea- why not pay up your sub seription ami gio home contestant the benefit of the votes f The 1. J.V .subscription will be Mrictlv cash in advance to nil alike hcicaltcr. HOW THEY STAND TODAY DISTRICT NO I. Mi's Miss Miss Hiss Miss Miss Miss "Miss Hiss Miss 3liss Miss Mn. Hiss Miss "Miss Mary E. McKinuey Kiss Hiss EaWLjK 82,27,'t Mnrgawt P.. lloltelnw 82,27." 82,27. Lena Palmer Mnrv K. Dudderar ,...82,27: 82.27. Ida II. Pettus Miss Minelle Pruitt S2,27i Eh.ubeth Higgius 70,.r30 District No. 1 Emma .Meier 7f.935 hitcilu Crow This is Morelund's "Fiivorite'' in Delia May Lawrence ..72,1 IK thin big race for glory and prizes OO.OO.'i Elsie K. Coleman and the good people of Morelaud 00.110 Ituth Tunner should be proud of her for she is do01,045 Roberta lloltzclaw ing everything possible to put this (KI.785 Mary Morton little town on the contest map. With 04,490 Kate Anderson of her tho continued assistance 00.235 many friends, we hope to Bee her Mary D. Heck 08,540 among May North the winners on Juno 29th. 57,115 Annie Middleton Hose McCormnck .... ... ....57,985 Mrs. 44,525 Isabella Reynolds 27.830 Roxie Jennlng 30,310 Elizabeth Carter 25,070 Ilutli Cocking 45.290 Clara Collier 24.U20 Jennie People Mury Moore Raney ...23,950 39,355 M'm Elsj Sggleton "Miss Bessie McCormnck Miss Elizabeth Slang L. L. Sanders ili MuClute alius Miss Anna Warren Miss Eliubeth Fox Miss Gertrude Wilkinson ...v 02.410 50,735 50,105 30.445 Condition Muy McKinney School 52,30 Tax ...31.240 ,...37,735 First 1912. due 1311 Sale of lot Total J2.013 12 100 00 .... $2,149 12 Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Paid teachers' salary 1911 $000 00 01 78 Paid expenses 034 40 Cash on hands 75 00 Note 477 94 Tuxm Due and Unpaid .... R. II. METCALK, Trcas. Total.... $2,149-1- 2 Conqresslonal Oandidates Meet In Joint Debate And Local Man Round after round of applause Takes all the Laurels. swept the building and Congressman Helm then closed his effort wli nn That Congressman Helm is first elooiicnt appcul to be returned to his in the hearts of the democrats of seat in the House of RepresentaItoylo county, ns well as those of tives. fol Jack Chum followed Mr. tho big majority of other counties in Helm in n. 15 minutes talk, saving tho Eighth district, in the race for that so many laws are now being the nomination for congress, wns passed by congress that the people Middleburq. nil doubt, can not keep up with them nnd he demonstrated beyond The formal opening of Golden when lie met his two opponents, Hon. thought it was bo,t that the lawyers like Messrs. Sullivnn nnd Ileln' Dawn Hotel Thursday June Gth, was Col. be kept at home to interpret those a iiiccess in every particular. There Jere Sullivan, of Madison nnd delnws to their people rnd send n farwcte (some 200 hundred people pres- Jack Chinu, of Mercer, in joint ent and the scene presented somebate at Danille Saturday after- mer like himself to Congress to rething of a 1th of Jaly picnic. The noon. From beginning, to end, it wus peal a few of them. He poked n McKinney bund was on hands ns apparent to the most biased obser- little pleasantry nt his opponent", per arrutigcment and furnished the but wos not feeling in the he.sj of best of music, and was highly com- ver that the big crowd was with Mr. health and made but little effort to plimented. A good ball gamo was Helm and the easy style in which hold the crowd, which showed n dishe handled his opponents, made him position to lene after Mr. Helm had plajed by the Htistonville mid teams which resulted in the still more friends, nud convinced his fini-heThe day. the crowd and the dedefeat of the Ilustonvilliunu by a admirers still more strongly that it score of 4 to 3. Jusou Lawhorn the were n great mistake to refuse him bate, dissolving it all into one, wns n signnl victory for Lincoln counprorrictor of the Springs wus quite a rcnomination. Mr. Sullivnn spoko first. He opty's candidate, and so sure ns Augnimble to look after all of his guests he ust 3rd rolls around, Hoyle counus he wished, but Mr. O. W. Thomas, ened his speech by saying that ns of Somerset, was there utid ussum-c- d was a comparative stranger in Boyle ty will hand in a handsome same that of the role of mine county, he did not think it amiss to for Mr. Helm. Scones of host, utid mnde it pleasant for all say Bomething of himself. He told lending citizens waited in the court poverty in boy and house yard after the speaking, to Lincoln county sent down of his extreme Among which young manhood, of tho hardships shake his lmnd, congratulate him a gooj delegation. Mr. and Mrs. William M.wer, endured and the many sacrifices he upon his timely effort and assure i.oticed .Mr. and Mrs. Hauy Jacobs, Mr. was compelled to make in order to him of their support. He finally nnd Mrs. O. II. Singleton, Misses secure an education. SINGLETON-SINGLEOpbclin Mobley and Virgie Daudson graduated nnd then took up the pro TON The Liberty people came tip in au- fession of law, m the practice of tomobiles buggies etc., U help to which he told his hearers he had Popular Younq Couple Wed Near ben very successful. He laid much swell the number. The best of orPleasant Point. der prevailed nnd nil had a u'ood stress upon the good of the present time. Some persons took &upper school low, which he went to the Pleasant Point, June 17. with Mr. Lowhoru nnd the day was legislature for the especial purpose Mr. Urban Singleton nnd Miss of passing; of his long nnd successpiofitab'e to him One of the little twin daughters ful career in the conduct of the Maude Singleton were united in of Mr. nnd Mrs. William North, of democratic party in Madison coun- wedlock's sacred bonds Inst Tuesday the 4th- - Rev. Cannon officiatMt. Salem, fell while ut the Golden ty, of the many honors unanimousDawn opening and broke her urm ly bestowed upon him by his home ing. The wedding was a quiet affew renr the elbow. Dr. C. H. Creech people, of the cffoit made to get fair only a The intimate frieno bride is the charmwas present und dressed the frac- him to take charge of the campaign knowing it. ture and Mrs. North took her home. Inst fall, which, on account of poor ing daughter of Rev. J. A. Singleton Mr. Sullivan nnd i one of our most popular Jrs.su Herrou nnd Dallas Reed aru health he declined. said to have done a land office busi- said that it was at his suggestion young ladies. The groom is one of most cnterprisin" ness with their automobiles, bring- that Hon. Rufus Van Sunt, now Waynesburg's chairman of 'the State Central Com- young men being a son of Mr. H. II. ing people to Golden Dawn on opening day. They made xeveral round mittee, was selected as chairman of Singleton, and is both handsome and We extend hearty trips to liberty, brimritig a good the democratic campaign committee popular. Inst fall. Mr. Sullivan spoke to th haoy couple load each trip. nnd closed his effort by claim- and wi-- h them every happiness that ing that it was through him thnt the married life can bring and may they Danville K. P. Officers. ditect primary act has become a live to celebrate their golden wedAt regulur election of the Dun-vilKnights of Pythias lodge lust law; that he drafted it, and he call- ding. Mrs. VunArsdnle has returned to ed upon Mr. Helm to show what he week, the following officers were had done for his pcpple. He was Danville having visited Mrs. T. Al- chosen: M. J. Furris, Jr., C. C: liberally npplauded. ford here. Herman Maes, V. C; W. C. VnnPcK ".My fellow Mr. nnd Mr. E. C. Dunlap are P; II. J. Perrv, M. W; T. II. Wright, Helm, when he Democrats" said Mr. rejoicing over nrose to speak. "I nm the arrival of a fine M. F; W. S. Fitzgerald. M. E; J. C. thankful thnt this is an audience to son. Davis, K. R. S; George Gentry, M. G. D. Hofgue is able to be oul which I need no introduction, for A; G T. Aldridge, .1 G; Tharp Shaw, almost within the sound of mv iigniii huing had malaria. O.O. voice, stands nn humble home Rev. J. A. Singleton preached to where 1 first snw the light of day." n large audience at Cook's Chappel CHILDREN'S DAY The pathos in his words touched a Sunduy night. respou.she chord in his audience and Miss Grace Wall, has been the McKinney At Christian Church n round of applause followed. The guet of Miss Ethel Hogue. Proves Very Enjoyable Affair. hpwiker then launched into defense Wo have several land buyers iu nnd account of his work in Congress our vicinity nt present. McKinney, June 17. nud in uuswer to Mr. Sullivan's Rev. J. A. Herald is contemplating One of the most successful and charge that he had done nothing but selling his farm. enjoyable occasions here in many draw his salary, ho pointed with A number of our people will atpride to the handsome Federal build- tend Children's Day exercises nt ti day was the Children's Day exercises at the Christian church on lust ing in Danville and asked by wlwse Wnyneshurg next Sunday. Sunduy night. The house could not effoits it was elected. He charged Mrs--. Ruth Uastin. of Middletown, hold the crowd and many hud to that the salient effects of Mr. Sul- Ohio, is expected the Inst of the stay on the outside on account of it. livan's much boasted of school month to visit her mother, Mrs. W. Tho progiam was ery interesting, to make the citizens pay more C. Alford. consisting of several drills and re- taxes for the purpose of keeping up Simiie Griffin, of West Virginia, citations nnd songs. The committees two normal schools, one of which is is visiting relatives und ti.?nds here. nie to be congratulated on their located ut Richmond and giving necood work in training tho little one?. groes the right to wte in the while Notorious Murderer Paroled The dull by the small boyi was ex- school trustee elections. Frank Hall, the notorious Bell "No man is moie heaitily hi favor county tra fine also the little girls' songs. outlaw was paroled by the of good schools, and educational fa- Mix. E. O. Gooch und Miss Catherold Prison Commission just before ine M irphy rendored n very beauti- j cihtirs than I nm." said Mr. Hrlm it went out of office. The new ful duet in their impressive way mid "lint i do not wnnt a northern school board will take the mutter into the all enjoyed tho service very much. system pushed upon the people of courts, in nn effort to Imvo the unMi-s- . 1). S. Riffe has returned n southern state." vote declared void. IIo was serving As chairman of the committee on home from Chattanooga where she Wur Depaitment E.pendiluie, Con- u life sentence for the murder of n 1ms hint week isitiug her chiA volumingressman Helm told his hearers of barber nt Middleslmro. ldren against- - his parduii or his work und of the successful fight ous protest atMiss Eliznbetli Ilium is the parole, signed by several thousand tractive tuest of Miss Isabelle Rey-lo'- he hud made in putting a stop to the members of the order of Odd Felmillions of dollars yearly expended this week. lows in Kentucky, was filed with Mv. John Tanner and wife of ly appropriations, which hud been the Prison Commission more than a Congressmen to year ago. Richland, Orecon, is on a visit hero secured by some. The parole of Hall is to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. L. establish army posts in their res- credited to State Senntor Joe P. pective districts, of Tu nner. which the speaker said are and, weie Bosworth, of Bell county. Leach, of Ludlow, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Z. P. Smith this useless nnd simply the result of corBallast Inspector Killed rupt political "pull". He told of the week. inspector Samuel Allen, buUast to blot out the wasteful habit Mr. Mat Cohen, of Lexington, and effort Louisville & Nushville rnil-roiMrs. Ricbaid Tasker Lowndes, Jr., of (lis carding certain styles, of hoe for the Mullins Station, was struck nt of Danville, were enMers nt the burn and clothing in the navy and army, on the head by n falling stone iu befoie any of them were begiunin' of R. S. Scuddcr tlU week inspeo the at that point Saturday, Jng Mr. Scuddc'r fine hiring if to show wear, theieby necessitating nml ipiarry injured that ho died nt so badly the purchase of new materials and youngsters he is grooming for the noon at his home, Brush Creek, fair circuit this season. Mr. Scud-der- 's the millions of dollars lost by the where he was taken after the accireputation for breeding and government when the are 'thrown away. Mi dent. The stone, n small one, fell linmlliin.' high class show stock is materials Hoi tn Haiti he hud given nil of his from u ledge 100 feet high. Hccond to hut few men in the councnerg and time to stop this leaktry. Wets Win In Lebanon Contest Mi'.scs Mary Dee and Lena Heck age and in u great mensuie had sucThe Contest Board of Marion entertuined the Embroidery Club nn ceeded. He made numerous strong and county, composed of County Judge Thursday ut their beautiful Inst Geo. country home. A very delightful WVlt taken ptUlt" and the audience J. A. Smith and Muuistiult lunch was served and the colors cheered him to the echo. At times Muttinglv and W. A. Fowler last pink nnd red showed up to a good the speuker giew sarcastic, tind week gave out a decision in favor of neither of his opponents the '"wets" iu the contest case of effec't as decorations nnd nil en- spared delightful hour with the His description of the meeting nt Lebanon May 2, and which wus won joyed n Louisville in which Mr. Chinii and by the "wets" by a majority of chnrming young hostess. The boar dwas in session Mr. Sullivan participated was ex- our. It is worse than useless to take ceedingly amusing, but the climax three days aud examined a large any medicine internally for muscu- was caoped, when pointing at Mr." number of witnesses. Attorneys for at lar or ehronio rheumatism. All that Sullhnn tho speaker dramatically the "dry" will andonce appeal to the say if necessary Circuit Court, is needed is a free application of exclaimed. "Aud you claim to be the daddy will take the case to the Court of Cbamberlain's Liniment for sale by of the primary law, when there yon Appeal.). Penny's Drujc Store. Mid-dlchti- rg d. mn-iori- tv Pit-senour le law-wa- s ds nine-tentul te forty-f- in the Eighth district. Docs that look like he wants the people to have their choice t" sal nt Louisville ia a dark lantern PHILLIPS HAS RIGHT GREAT FIGHT seance with half a dozen otheis, AT TO BUILD PAVEMENTS trying to name a candidate for ( ss CHICAGO TODAY. Where Contracts Were Given Him Roosevet Clalminq Nomination By 42 Maority-- G. 0. P. Split Before Conley Got City Work, Beyond Repair. Says Judqc Hardin. Tuesday morning on the evb o the coment ion, retorts wero rife that a big block of the southern delegation, instructed for Taft, would holt their instructions and vote for Roosevelt. Senator Dixon, Roosevelt's campaign manager claimed that Roosevelt would be nominated with 42 majority. The test was expected to come right off the reel at the opening of the convention at sees, srhsn Chairman Rosewater, of the national committee, who calls the convention to order, would be asked to throw out tho temporary roll of delegates as prepared by the national committee, and substitute a roll prepared by Roosevelt and his friends. Editor Sam Roberts, of the Lexington Leader, who is on the ground, and who has led the fight for Toft iu central Kentucky, writes to hU paper, that it does not seem the republicans can win in November, no matter who is nominated, so badly split are the members of the party ' The concreto sidewalk controversy wluch hai been waging more or less vigorously in Stanford since the contract for new pavements was let to Conley by the city council, reached a climax: when the question of which contractor has a right to build certain pavements was carried into the Circuit Court last week through an injunction suit brought by the City Council against Phillips Bros., ot this city. The city sought to enjoin Phillips from building certain pavements the contract for which had been let to the Conley firm, of Somerset. The contention of the city was that the property owners had been given ample time to have the work done by private contract, and that work had not started within the time allowed, and that after the contracts had been awarded and tho work started by 'the city's contractor, it was too late for the private contractor to step in nnd claim tho right to do the work. On the other hand, it was shown by the testimony of several of the councilmen who were introduced as witnesses, that the council had not expected that the pavements would be laid within 'the time specified by the city fathers, but that the pro perty owners would ask for further time for the work. Mr. James Phillips testified that he had made his bids for the city's work with the reservation of his private contracts, which he was now attempting to fill, when enjoined by the city. Judge Hardin held that the pro perty owners had the right, under the circumstances to have Phillips Bros., carry out the contracts which had been made before the city's con- , M i at tract. An injunction suit against the city to prevent the cutting down of Judqe Bethurum To Fiqht u number of trees along the sideJudge B. J. Bethurum, of Somerwalks, will bo tried before Judge set, who wns undented at a delegate Hardin nt Lancaster Saturday. from tho Eleventh district to tho Republican National Convention, Chappell's Gap i in Chicago and will carry his fight The farmers are all through to the floor of the convention.. IIo planting corn. wired Senator Dixon ho would not Miss Annie Brinish was the guest ullow the people who elected him to ot Miss Martha Anderson .Sunday. be robbed without a protest on his Mis Mamie Pike spent Sunday part. Judge Bethurum was one of witli Miss Tillie Ctinpell. the first to advocate the' candidacy Mr. and Mrs. E. Green were the of Theodore Roosevelt in the Elevguests of Mr. and Mrs. James Dish-o- n enth district. He was joined in Sunday. Louisville bv bis brother, Judge L. Miss Annie Brinish is home from W. Bethurum. of Mt. Vernon, who is Cinclnuti to spend several days with n strong Taft man and a delegate her parents. trom the Eighth districts Miss Emma Pike will be home next week, we all will he glad to see her. Hustpnville. Miss Lucinda Ilutes was the guest General News Notes The Logan County News nnd the of Mrs. Geo. Tucier Wednesday. Mrs. Bettie FowVer is the guest of Russellville Democrat have consoliMrs. Uriah Dunn. dated and appear as the Mrs. M. F. Herring spent last with A. G. Rhea as edi-lo- r. week with her sisair Mrs. Newland "King" McNumara, who killed a at Stanford. Messrs. Josiah llishop, and Natlr man named Keller at Lexington a dozen years ago, was captured in Hicks attended court at Stanford Louisville under nn assumed name Tuesday. Mrs. Eugene Dunntand Miss Annie lust week nnd is now in jail in Lexington. A woman discovered his Dunn visited Mrs. iDaniel Traylor at Stanford lust weeft. identity nnd 'turned him up." Hon. B. B. King, ot Morelnnd was A Lexington policeman shot Sheriff Scott, of Fayette as n result of here Monday. Mr. C. L. Snow nnfl son of Ellis-buinn old election quarrel. The wounds wero heie Wednesday. were not eerious. A woman who Mr. Rodman Keeuon, of Harrods-bur- g was between them had n narrow visited relatives hero last week. Messrs. A. J. Adams, George M. R. P. nnd Harold Piatt Fnras-wmlwho have the contract for Given mid Miss Lucy, nnd Ada Alerecting the Government building in corn atteuded the funeral of Dr. Somerset, hnve begun clearing the Boglo nt Danville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Williams vislot preparatory to breaking dirt. The ited Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Mansfield building will post nearly !u'0,000. Wurd Ilendley, one of tho most last week. Mr. and Mrs. T. Carpenter nnd prominent lawyers and democrats of little granddaughter Julia Alteeu western Kentucky, died at Louisville Saturday nfter a lengthy ill- left Snturdny for u short visit to Mr. and Mrs. Luke Carpenter at ness. New Castle, Ind. Messrs. W. M. Dodds and J. D. The State of Casey. Mrs. Lincoln Wells was called to Burton attended decoration day at Ilustonville last Thursday lo fee her Mill Springs, Ky., Mr. Dodd is one new grandson, George Edmond who of the few remaining after the battle nrrived the dny before to bless the fought there in 1802. It is most home of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Powell. interesting to hear him tell of thow days.. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hokins ,of old r Messrs. A. J. Adams. W. Y. Cow-nIlustonville, ppent Sunday with Mrs. Vim Younc nnd Mr. G. A. Prewitt. Jean Dunn went, fishing Friday Misses Ruby nnd Bess Montgom- at tho river near Dan Traylor's ery have returned home from Lex- nnd brought home a big string of ington, where they hnve been in blnok bass. Mr and Mrs. A. W. Carpenter Mr. Hamilton College. Cleo Thomas nnd wife, of Mc- nnd Mrs. Suiter, of Danville, motorKinney, spent the last of last week ed to this city Suturdiiy uftenioon. Master Stuurt Lynn is visiting with Mrs. S. L. Thomas. Aunt Pinn Gadberry nnd hand- Misses Maggie und Nellie Allen. Mr. Boyd Weatherford is at some grandson. Luther are in Oklafor a few davs. homa for a three weeks stay. J. J. Mrs. Alviu Ellis has returned-froToms is numbered with the sick, a visit to relatives m Tennes One evening Inst week a number of boys met nt Frank Napier's bam see. Mr. S. B. Caldwell, of Paducah, nnd killed 1C0 rats. Lnst Friday night nt the home of was here last week, fvotu Paris, , J. R. Carson, 8 twin children were where he attended the conclave held together; Joseph Joseph Guinn- - and there the lut of May. Messrs. J. H. Murphy ntl(l J Mary King, twins of Eld: and Mrs. weie here for a short tinw W. G. Montgomery, Homer nnd Omer, twins of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Tuesday. Mrs. William Rigney visited reBell, James and George, (wins of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Carson, Ruth latives at Winchester this wettfri Messrs. J. B. Rout and , J, ,W. and Ralph, twins of Mr. and Mrs. Rout were ia Stanford Monday. W. C. Cundiff. Liberty News. News-Democr- at, g, es-enh, n, Wil-mo- re of Roosevelt in Chicago to lead his followers and tho handing over of Texas, Virginia and the state of Washington to Taft by the National committee, constituted the leading events at Chicago on Previously the commitSaturday. tee had taken one of Roosevelt's y, delegates in the 11th district of and given it to Taft, and two Plain stealing and in California. treason were charged against tUe Taft machine by Roosevelt's friends and the' scenes were the most exciting ever witnessed at a national convention in a quarter of a century. KTea-tick- Chicago. The arrival I rf ?K- -' Lii'l !!!" ni ftyMj'l f I" i ' i L' ''V-"1- " 'Saassgfesijft jsssm SttSJSJ M - tw 'tPMBt. 'Hg, - TT rw THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY TUESDAY. JUNE II. 1912 The Bb hi Interior Journal 11. ' h i MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S ODD PANTS Andjnow, while our stock is new, get your pick. Blues, Serges, Greys, tiHELTON SACrLET- - -- Proprlttcr fl A TEAIt STRICTLY IN ADVANCE . Bnltrtd l ttttni rUu mail mafftr. tt rfl'lfitt l JSttnftri at Political Announcements The iBBonBctmfDti In Ihli column r el for elfie, tnfejtct to the action ot tb. dtmocntlc primary! ttdidtn Browns, Plaids, and White Flannels and White Serges. We have anything you can use in the work pant line. Also "Pinchecks" in the "Sweet Orr" for the warm days. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky COL. J. T. CHINN, of Mmr J. A. BULUVAN, of Uidnon HARVEY HELM, ol Lincoln For Ctmmtnvieilk'i 4((rry ol Dojl. EMMLTT W. B. DURCH, of Lincoln For SStrtf U. 8. I1AU011MAK II. W. GIVEN8 3. 0. WEATHERFORD. T. J. HILL TtT County Judu 1. A. RICE M. F. KOnin , Tcr Cirevil CTr , 3. D. WEAREN 3. F.'HOLDAM W. M. UUftOAN f For JaUtr TETTON TARRISH OEOROE DEDOKDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM H. rjEdTER W. A. CARSON For A in iter P. L. DECK. , B. M. OWENS R II. BRONAUQiI I C. BANDIDQE J. II. BOONE W. T OARNER For ilacittratt 3. T. R011F.RT8 WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EADS JOSEF1I L. GOODS Ttr Cenertu ' Bovle County Democrats Have Been Highly Honored With Office would not know n merry It seems the Danville Advocnto jest if it For Sale at Cost Everything in met one in the middle of the road. Lost. A bine senje coat at or near Moreland, on Danville pike, on I our greenhouse, to enable us to make The Interior Journal's suggestion Anyone a chnnpe. This is a preat the 7th of this month. Ibe material in Boyle for fur same will be verv much tunity to secure flowers and plants that addressing me at More- - at prices never heard of before. Ed ther political preferment is sadly thanked by J Ilnbbard. lacking, was intended as a joke of p land. Miss Anna S. Reynolds. the purest ray serene, nnd we sup I oppor-findin- R 47-l4G-4j- ). T Anchor MmlitsksQfri 1B,vTBBRfc- - to a BHeftBank 3 money your success will be sure and satisfactory. A young man should first stcD to success. KMVccount A s this account prows so 'will HIS CONFIDENCE IN HIM SELF TO MAKE GOOD. is purpose A STEADY best aids in this life If to success. one of the that purpose be the resolve to make an chor himself to bank account as the STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. W. L. McCARTY, Pres. . L PENNY, V. Pres. M. SALIN, Cashier. J. D. CADS, J. S. RICE, V. Pres. I. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, I J ? Corsets You can make no mistake in buying posed any one save a "solid ivory top'' would recognize it. Hereafter when ever we attempt to perpetrate any such, we will furnish a card index and diagram )f same for the benefit of our beloved brothers of the Advocate. Seriously, there are no finer dem ocrats anywhere than those of our neighbor county, and the fact that a number of the leading members of the party there have received such high honors at its hands is a cause of gratulation to us and to their host of friends m Lincoln. In two prominent instances the democrats of Lincoln played a humble part m bestowing the honors referred to. In the Eighth District convention in Louisville, Hon Robert G. Evans, was chosen as one of the two dele gates to the national convention, white Hon. Robert Harding was named elector for the state at large, in both of which cases the Lincoln county democrats voted solidly and enthusiastically for the Boyle candidate". Then again, when Senator Ollie M. James looked over the btate for n sterling young deipocrnt to become his private secretary, he chose one of the editors of the Advocate, Hon W. V. Richardspn. When Governor McCreary sought a competent nnd loyal democrat for his private he selected, Hon. Francis B. Douglas. Then after serving with great credit as State Election Commissioner Hon. for years, Charles I. McDowell was appointed attorney to the new Insurance Board after declining the position of First Assistant Attorney General, and them aie other positions of importance and honor with handsome salaries attached which have been and are being filled by leading democrats of Boyle. The democrats of our sister roun-t- y have been properly and rightfully honored, and so close are the ties that bind us, that we rejoice in their preferment, nnd have in nil of these instances given our hearty endorsement to the appointments. Any argument that Lincoln democrats are being honored with office more than those of Boyle is totally without foundation, when the facts are considered. The most delightful summer meeting of the Kentucky Press Associa- 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. Hughes, Martin & Co. Ky. Stanford. i m tion it has ever been the pleasure of the I. J. editor to attend, was held Inst week nt Olympian Springs. No more entrancing spot to spend a summer vacation could be imagined. Everything possible was done. t.) make the editors enioy their visit, which they did to the utmost. E. D. Shinnick, of the Shelby Record was elected president of the Association, John S. Lawrence, of the Cndiz Record, vice president, nnd J. R. Lemon, of the Mayfield Messene. ger chairman of the executive J. C. Alcock, of tho Jeffer-6ontow- n Jeffersonian, was reelected secretary. The prize for tho best weekly newspaper in the stnte was won by the Big Sandy News, of Louisa, Lnwrence county. The prize newspaper for the best in the state was won by the Interior Journal. eora-mitte6emi-weekly Wallace Hnpgnrd nnd James Frith nre visiting in Richmond nnd Berea this week. Will Yaden was down from Livingston Snnday. Misses Susie nnd Edna Hicks left Monday for Rowland to join their pnrcnts. Chns. Lawrence, of Indinnnrrolis. Ind., is visiting hcTe. Mrs. Per Shelton nnd rtrt'dren nre visiting in Boston and Shepherds! ille this week. Brown & Craig shipped n d of hogs Tuesday to Cincinnati, bought, bought nt G rents to G cents. They also bought several heads of cattle nt 3 2 cents. Mrs. I F. Mnttinglv, of Paris s visiting Miss Jewel Frnnciso. Mrs. J. L. Holtzclaw, who hns been visiting here has returned to her home near Stanford. R. II. Hnmm nnd J. B. Pike, were in Pine Hill Wednesday. Miss Hazel Reynolds, who hns been nttending the Brown Memorial The Danville Advocate says that nt Mt. Vernon, returned home Sat"It is generally understood that urday. Congressman Helm is n hot Husienville. man." Which is wholly a misrepresentation. On the Mr. and Mrs. Hill Spalding and other hand we hnve it from reliable beautiful little daughter, Knthenne, Boyle connty democrats that the Alcorn of Louisville, arrived Friday only opposition to instructing the for a visit to Dr. Edward Alcorn Boyle county delegation to the state nnd family. convention to vote for Governor McMisses Lottie nnd Louise Cooke, Creary for chairman of the state who nttended schoool nt Maryville. convention, came from the editors Tenn., arrived Wednesday to spend Advocate, who wanted o vacation with therr grand parents, 31 the delegation. What right has Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McKinney. that paper to qneMion the standing Mrs. Harold Drake, of Boston, arof any man in such n connection T rived Thursday for a visit to Miss Congressman Helm was at the head Lucy Alcorn. of the Lincoln countv delegation, Mrs. F. M. Ware nnd Miss Ware, which was unanimously instructed of McKinney. were here Wednesday in the county convention for Mcfor a short time. Creary for chairman, and CongressMrs. Eugene Pope arrived Friday man Helm himself cast the vote of for a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. the county for McCrearv for chair- J. B. Rout. man and for John C. C. Mayo for Miss Margaret McCormack nnd National Committeemen, the only Clinton Bastin motored to Danville, issups upon which the question of Thursday. administration or Mr. J. G. Cunnigham, of Danville, was brought out. And in both pns.cd through liere sn (route to f thee cases, the Advocate was Ellisburg last week. against McCreary and his friends. Geo. Hnnn, of Columbia, was here Saturday. Of course a Resident Secretary Mr. J. S. Carpenter has returned should carry his home county for from Stanford, where he spent the the candidate who hnnds him the winter. Rev. nnd Mrs. Surles delightfully nice fat job, that, undoubtedly, is to be expected, whether or not it is the entcrtnined their Sundny school quid pro quo, implied or expressed class Thursday evening. Dr. Ed Alcorn left Sunday for in so many words or contract. However, the Advocate was unable to a biiijness trip to Washington, D. C. Mnstcr Charles Ormnnd. of Dancarry Boyle county for James against McCreary, notwithstanding ville, visited his grandfather, Mr. the fact that one of its editors is hvan Lyon, last week. Cil. Wells, of Liberty, came up James Secretary. Now let's see if the otber can turn the trick for Saturay to so his new grnnsou, Sullivan against Helm in Boyle. Mac George Edward Powell. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ross Bastin visited ought by all means to deliver the goods, especially as he has the ap- Mr. Clinton Bastin at Hotel Wenth-crior- d pointment in advance. We have a last week. Mr. and Mrs. Smith T. Powell, suspicion, however, that the unpur chaseable democrats of Boyle are are receiving congratulations upon going to have something to say about tho nrrival of a fine little son, which the matter themselves. Boyle is n has been christened George Edward. Mr. Joe'Gann, left Wednesday for Helm county overwhelmingly, nnd we do not believe it can be traded a visit to relatives nt Monticello. Misses Amu Burker, Blanche off in any such style, ns 6eems pro Barnette nnd Geo. Barnette attended posed. ed the opening of Golden Dawn W. 0. Mclntyre, one of the edi Thursday. Mrs. J. P. Gann and Miss Julia tors of the Danville Advocate, announces tbat Judge Sullivan has ap- Gann were in Dunville chopping pointed him "Resident Secretary" in Thursday. the event he is elected to Congress. ' Miss June Armstead, of Louisville Who really believes that the good arrived Thursday for a visit to Rev. democrats of Boyle are going to be and Mrs. Surles. taken in by any such deal T They ' Miss Fay Peyton passed through here Thursday en route to her home are for Harvey Helm overwhelmingly and we do not believe that they nt Ellisburg from Indiana whero 8he are going to permit any man tor visited relatives for two months. Messrs. II. J. Adams, C. R. trade them off in such fashion as is Geo. Tucker, J. B. Riffc, being attempted. motored to Louisville Wednesday. If Owen Mclntyre is to be Resi- ed Miss Angie Carpenter has returnfrom Dnnvillo where she visited dent Secretary for Judge Sullivan in Boyle county, why shouldn't relatives last week. Misses Sadie and Bessie Baugh-mn- n Green Clay Walker get the job for Garrard! Then too. there three de- last were guests of Stanford friends week. serving pencil pushers in Jessamine Mrs. C. R. McCorronck and littlo three in Shelby, one 5a Adair, one in Spencer, all not in the home county son Carroll, visited Mrs. Jason Tayof any candidate, who should be lor of Danville Inst week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nathan Pipes were taken care of by Judge Sullivan, if he's going to play the game for all in Stanford Wednesday ehofppltw Mr. Noah Snow hns returned from its worth, along this line. We vigorously object to nny discrimination Indiana whero ho visited relatives. Mrs. A. Newton nnd Miss Alma among our deserving newspaper Barker spent Wednesday in Danfriends. ville shopping. Mrs. Bello Barnette and son, Ore, Judgo Sullivan's Resident Secretary in Boyle, W. 0. Mclntyre snys were in Stanford Wednesday. Mrs. Alberta Carr and daughter, in his announcement thnt ho has never scratched a ticket. We would of Danville, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rout last week. like to humbly inquire whether llk. Mr. Joo MoWilliams, of Ellisburg, Judge Sullivan he refused to vote was here Monday for n few hours. for Bryan for presideut in 1800 1 y, car-loa1-- The Advocate says in its account of the congressional speaking there Saturday "A large crowd of Stanwith him cam ford supporters (Helm) nnd were stationed nt different points in the houc nnd proceeded to 'tear down the building' every time their candidate mndo n point. It is rumored thnt several of Helm's Boyle county supporter were requested to join in the 'rough house' tactics. The scheme was n pttlv political trick nt the worst nnd fooled n lot of peopde." Then ngnin it snys tbat remarks of Congressman Helm were greeted by "shouting, jelling nnd stamping of the organized rooters from Stanford." It's really amusing how the Advocate thus seeks to discredit the spontaneous enthusiasm which Con gressman Helm nwnkened in his large following in Boyle, by claiming that it was caused by "organized rooters from Stanford." All told tbcie Mere not a dozen men from Stanford in the audience. Th "organized rooters" were Prof. J. W. Ireland, Attorney J, X. Saunders, Attorney T. J. Ilifl, Jr., Rowan Snuf-lewho was there as n representative of the I. J. and there may hare been one or two others. The "rooting" came from Helm's enthusiastic nnd loyal friends in Boyle, who saw how completely he outclassed his opponents in every way, and who will ngnin be found "rooting" for him, by n large nnd enthusiastic majority on August 3rd. notwithstanding the efforts to trade them off for a Resident Secretary Report from Lnwrenccburg Monday were to the effect that Congressman Helm Teceived the same enthusiastic reception there thnt he did in Boyle. Both of his opponents spoke against him, but he hnd everything his way. A leading democrat of Anderson telephoned to Stanford that the crowd was 10 to 1 for Helm and thnt Anderson's vote would be found recorded in the same proportion on priranry day. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chns. Tike and little daughter hnve relurnrtl lo llirir home nt C'orbin, after visiting relates here. Miss Bertha Thompson, of Ind., is the guest of Mis Mnttie Owens. Miss Etta Cable, Mrs. Ben Tike. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Hintt, Wallace Haggard, Monroe Francisco, nnd HenTy Anderson attended the commencement exercises in Mt. Vernon, last Triday night. Chns. Graham, of Lebnon nnd Earl Shiver, of Henderson, were In town Sundny. Mis. Thos. Cnpps returned to her home nt Lebanon Junction Tuesday after visiting hrr mother, Mrs. Brown. Urbnn Cnss leaves Monday for Normi, Alaska. Emma Farris, of Crab OrchMi ard, is the guest of Mrs. II. L. Cinw-fnrdsvil- Irodhtaii. u Men's Shoes At no time in our lives have we been better prepared than today to furnish Shoes for every occasion and for all purposes- tSHoes What we mean by Dress Shoes is Pat cut leather, tan and gun metal-leat- her we dress or polisliTIn these we show the Dress Than. Mr. and Mrs. TIrendon Hutcheson spent first of th wel- - in Mart-bur- c. Matchless Nettleton WalR-Ove- r, at $5, $5.50 and $6. The the most extensively advertised shoe in the world, at $3.50 to $5.00. These are all in both low shoes and regular top. Work Shoes Shoes, calf and kip stock, unlined and tanned by the modern ,T,,"M We mean by Work processes, where the stock remains sod when old. When it comes to WORK SHOES proper, we say the "Menzies" at $3, $3.50 and $4.00, are in a class to themselves. They are strong; they are comfortable; they look genteel. We are doing the shoe business. Come see us. To 0600000000000000 ol H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky Hay Rakes Hay Forks Mowing Blades Etc., at W.EHiggins Stanford, Ky. Tlit Lincoln County National Bank Corner Next to Court House Stanford, Kantuoky Capital Fir't V. - Surplus- - - $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 Deposit Bank of Stanford, chartered March 9, 18S4. it's successor : National Bank of Stanford, organized June 2, 1865. Reorganized as First National Bank OOTOIER 3, 92 This Bank has been in successful and uninterrupted operation for 58 years, and is wothy of the confidence of the public. Open an account with us today. It w nw (BgM .1 ... imnw in ' !, rrT) THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY TUESDAY. JUNE 18, 1912 z COMING- - "COLVIN'S SOUTHERN ROSE BUDS" 10--PEOPLE--- 10 Thursday night, "The Lady Minstrels" Friday night, "Colonel Bullett" Saturday night, "The Last Day of School" Stanford Opera House 3 NIGHTS 21-22-23, 3 1912 Thursday, Friday, Saturday Nitfts, June Two Reels Each Night, in addition. SOCIAL and PERSONAL Mrs. Lucy Tnlo is viwitinc n,J rein-(jv- Admission 15c. and 25c. "' i u friend. n Jlinpnn, Mios Effie Drye, Inn returned Lome of McKinnoy, nfter a short isit to Mrs. licttie Darnett. Mrs J. W. Brynnt nnd Miss Josephine llenzley nro visiting Mr. Bibre nt shland, Kv. V. II. Ilnchnnnn Mr. and Mr. Ment Sundny with licr sister Mrs. C. K. Mnrtin nt Danville. J.Irs. J. K. Claunch, of Somerset, is the picfr't of her hrother, Messrs. John nnd Jcse Lynn. Mrs. Snmnnthn Hulhle, is visiting her fciMrr, Mrs. F. M, Ware nt McKinney. Miss Isabel Iteynolds, of McKinney, was here Kcvcrnl days Inst week with friends. Mrs. llessic Hardin has returned home fTotn 8t. l'aul, Mich., where she has been for some time. Miss .Annie McKinney is visiting time. friends and relatives at Hnrrods-liurMiss been tinued to sink nnd her frrnds frnr the end is near. 0, Rpwl, of HnstniivjH, was the guest of Mrs. William Brady, lost week. Miss Ituth Tanner and Mrs. E. 0. Ooode were in town a short time Thurbdny. Miss Elizabeth Lutes has returned home from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Foe. Miss Mabel Gum, of Icsington, is the guest of Misses Lucinda nnd Elizabeth Lutes. Mrs. J. N. Sharp and daughters, of Willmmsbiirir, art- - viMtint,' her bister, Mrs. W. M. McCurmuck. Mrs. Shirley Tate, of Mt. Vernon, was here l"t week a short time with friends. Mrs. W. K. Warner nnd little son Lewis, arc visiting Mrs. Charles Keeton nt Williamsburg. Mr. James Childress, of Livingston, was hero last week a short and loved ones Mrs W Mri S. H. Bnughmnn has con- HOW GIRLS MAY AVOID PERIODIC PAINS - SHORT LOCAL HEWS pU.nn L..I..,'. Typewriter, good as new; for; sole ; f ,1(1 r .Mini VMiuLa X.U. ..iivw. 4. Or.f and the K. P. Fair bugHig-gin- Another shipment of the wonder- uj wjcj.jcs8 wj cook stoves nt W. II. ,. .. . , t ..,. 48-- Another nice assortment of gies receivid thin week. W. H. 49-1. s. For Sale. Two fine upright pinnos; will sell nt a sacrifice, and one player piano. Address B. C. 40-3- ALL-WOO- L Supt. W. 0. Honner, of Mt. Sterling, is here visiting bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Hopper. Mr. T. W. Whitnger, of Bristol, Tennessee, is the guest of bis uncle, Mr. J. II. Oreer. The Current Events Club will meet with Mrs. W. A. Tnbble Thursday afternoon nt 3:30. Mrs. V. J. Onyn nnd little daughter, of I'nmt Liek, have been the recerrt guests of Mrs. W. S. Fish. MifcH-Kdnn Smith, of Corbin, and Lillio Smith, of Middlesboro, nrc the guests of Misses Hazel and Mnude Stone. Mr. nnd Mr. V. II. Shnnks are in Iliahmoml nt the bedside of her sister, Mies Ollic Baldwin, who is qnite sick. blisses Isabellc Givens nnd Mn-mWells, bnxe returned to their homes in Danville, nfter n visit to s ic Jennie Ncwlnnd, who has visiting relatives at Dalian, Texas, returned 'home Saturday. Miss Eliza Lee Duncan returned with her to make n visit. Mrs. It. Hays Metcnlf and children of McKinney, are visiting her father-in-laMr. Mctcalf and family nt Paint Lick. n Miss Lucinda Lutes nnd Mr. Faulkner, were the guests of Mrs. Ilnrry Frjc of Hubble this uwfc. Mioses Margaret and Elizabeth Fox, of Danwlle, stopped over heio a short tunc Monday with .Miss Effie Bnughmnn. They had been visiting Miss Mury Lynn Fox nt LanLu-cie- caster. Mis Mntrf.V Grimes. Miss Mary Carter returned home this week from Sulphur, Okln., where she hns U-e- t teaching the pnHt term. MisK Lillian Shmrnrs, has returned to hir home nt Biehmond after a visit to her brother .Mr. W. K. Shu-gar- s. Miss Blanche Vnndeveer, who hns only been home n short time from Morgnnton, N. C, went to Bichmond Mondnv, where she will take some special work in the Normal school. Mrs. Mary Penny hns returned home from Allensville, where she Iiiih been the guest of her granddaughters, Missess Mnrie and VirBEAUTIFUL NUPTIALS ginia Malrony. County Clerk George B. Cooper nnd Kb Kennedy spent Monday nt Solemnized In Boyle When Miss Mrs. S. M. Bottom nnd daughter, of Princeton', Ind., who have been visiting Mr. W. 0. Martin and mother went to Pcrryville Midutny to btiiy n few days nnd from there they will return home. Mrs. J. M. Carter nnd children returned last week from San Antonio, Texas, where they spent the winter Mr. Curter, who preceded them some mx weeks ngo, has bought B. I). Carter's livery stable. J. M. McCnrtv, who is having splendid success with his restaurant nnd hotel in Danville spent Sunday with his wife nnd family here. They will move over a little later. Mrs. C. W. Lester, of Williamsburg, who has been spending the winter with her daughter in Key Wes't, Fin., is spending a few dnvs with her brother, Dr. W. F. Wat-kin- s, near Maywood. Met-cal- f Frankfort. Weds Mr. RoUda. Mrs. H. D. Phillips, Mrs. Will Severance, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Mondny Tote went to Morehend to be gone for several days to n course of lectures that will bo given there. Mrs. Hill Spalding, f Louisville, is visiting her father, Dr. Ed Alcom nt Hustonville. Mr. Spalding spent scvernl days there last week ,nr.d ran down here to visit his old home, friend nnd relative0. nt-te- SHE GAVE UP ALL HOPE fhyskUns Failed To Help Mrs, Green, Bti She Finally Fwnd Relief In Cartful. Meetze, Y. Mrs. J. C Green of thti place, says: "I suffered with womanlr troubles so that I could hardly alt up. Two of the best doctors la our town treated me. and I tried different medicines, until I gave up all hope of ever getting well. One day, I decided to try some Car-du-l. It did so much for me that I ordered some more, and it cured met Today, I feel as well aa I ever did In Tho pains and the trouble are all gone. I feel like another person In every way. I wish every sufferer could know what Cardul will do for sick .women." A few doses of Cardul at tho right time, will savo many a big doctor bill, by preventing serious sickness. It tones up tho nervous system, and helps make pale-- cheeks fresh and rosy. Thousands of weak women have been restored to health and happiness by using Cardul. Suppose you try It. It may be Just the medicine you need. to: UJ!t AJvlwjv Dpt.. Ctsatta. N. M4kin nt fcr WBta,' Co , Chatianoot Tenn., tar tSptrtal book. Horn TieaUnaM ! nJ MM la pUlO TOMMT, 0 K44UU (Danville Messenger.) beautiful wedding was that of Miss Frances Metcnlf nnd Mr. Emmons Alger Bodda, of Lancaster, 'a., which occurred nt the home of the bride Wednesday afternoon. The palatial country residence, which is one of the handsomest in Boyle county, wns most oppropriately and artistically decorated for the occn-MThe large hall, sitting rooms nnd parlor were gracefully decorated with daisies and nnd tall vases filled with white lillies and sweet pens ornamented tho tnbles nnd mantels. In the archway was the altar, n perfect beauty of daisies and smilnx entwined about, with a daisy wedding bell swinging from the center. Two littlo ribbon bearers, Messrs. Homer nnd Thomas Metcnlf, dnintilv frocked in white, stretched wide white ribbons from improvised columns through the long hall and sitting room, through which the bridal party mnrched. Misses Josephine Sandidge nnd Martha Hommel led tho way and were followed by the groom nnd Mr. Chnrles Metcnlf. The matron of honor, Mrs. Metcnlf, entered alone; then came tho bride on tho f. arm of her fnther; Mr. Thomas Bev. J. P. Strother. of tho Methodist church, said n beautiful Tho nnd impressive ceremony. wedding march was played by Miss Em Smith, violin, nnd Miss Alico Grella's Band, of Metcnlf, piano. Lexington rendered delightful musio during tho afternoon. Tho brides-maid- s were gowned in pink satin nnd enr-rie- d with white lace over-drebonnets of pink sweet pens. , The matron of honor looked hand- somo in n whito satin with silver trimmings nnd enrried whito lillies. Tho brido was novcr moro attractive. Her exquisito wedding pown was of whito satin elaborately trim- A n. Mot-calss ofThe best meal in Lincoln county Fulton, enro Jntorior Journal Ky. t. for 35 cents. Give us a call and fice, Stanford, we'll prove it. Cover's restaurant Owing to the high price of every Insure with the leadina- - com thing to ent, we will be compelled to Rochester, N. Y. "I have a daugh- panies. Fish & Bromley represent raise our price on single meals to ter 13 years old who has always been them. All lines. 35 cents, beginning nt once. Cover's very healthy until recently when she 45-restaurant. complained of dizziness and cramps every Rev. J. G. Livingston will preach month, so bad that I would have to keep nt Mt. Zion Sunday morning nnd evBargains in Shoes. As we have her home from school and put her to bed ening, June 23. decided to close out our line of to get relief. shoes we will sell ut a bargain every" "After giving her only two bottles of Coming to the opcrn house June day until sold out. ns follows: $3 Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound she is now enjoying the best of 20, 21 nnd 22, Colvin's Southern shoes at $2.o and $1.(5 shoes at health. I cannot praise your Compound Rose Buds. A stock Company of $1.50, $1.50 shoes at $1.25, men's too highly. I want every good mother 10 people, nnd two reels of pictures tan low cuts $3.25 at $2.50, all kinds to read what your medicine has done for each night in additional. Wntch for of children's and misses' slippers at program in next issue. my child." Mrs. Richard N. Dunham, bargain prices. Come. We are glad 311 Exchange St, Rochester, N.Y. to show our line of shoes. W. M. StouUville, Ohio.-- "I C. Florence harsuffered from Postmaster J. Thompson. Holdnm's Mill Kv. 43 headaches, backache and was very irreg vested n nice crop of hny off his ular. A friend ad- lots thin side of the Baptist church. For Rent. Three good Tooms and vised me to take He has done most of the haymaking kitchen, downstairs, garden and Lydia E. Pinkham's himself, too. stable room if wanted. Apply to Vegetable 4C-t- f. Mrs. Susan B. Yeager. and before I Four of the finest lectures ever had taken the whole heard on a platform in Stanford of two bottles I were delivered here this week by A Feelinq cf Security. found relief. I am You naturally feel sure when you only sixteen years Prof. T. W. Shannon, on subjects -& jpi?0f dealing with the sex problems, here- know that the medicine you are ( old, but I have bet nater health than for dity, etc. Prof. Shanon is a. wns about to take is absolutely pure and contain!) no harmful producing .drugs two or three years. tive of Lincoln county and Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's I cannot express my greeted by large and appreciative Swamp Root, the great Kidney, Livthanks for what Lydia E. Pinkham's audiences each time he spoke. Vegetable Compound has done for me. er nnd Bladder Remedy. The same standard I had taken other medicines but did not of purity, k services at the Presbyfind relief. "Miss Cora B. rcsrvAUGH, terian church Wednesday evening strength and excellence is maintainStoutsville, Ohio, R.F.D., No. 1. Subject "The Things ed in every bottle of Swamp-Roo- t. June 10th. Swnmp-RoHundreds of such letters from mothis scientifically comThnt Impress Me in Jesus ns n ers expressing their gratitude for what teacher." There will be n meeting pounded from vegetnble hefbs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comit is not a stimulant and is taken for the practice of church music at pound has accomplished for their daughin tcaspoonful doses. ters have been received by the Lydia E. the close of this service. It is not recommended for everyPinkhamMcdicineCompany,Lynn,Mass. W. W. Saunders, tnistee jury fund thing. It is nature's great helper in remed in lnce nnd penrl. Her tulle informs us thnt the money for the veil was bordered with real lnce nnd jurors of the special term hns ar- lieving nnd overcoming kidney, liver caught on her head in n Juliet enp rived nnd they can cet same by call- and bladder troubles. A sworn statement of purity is with penrN; she carried a shower ing nt the First National Bank. with every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's bouquet f bride roses and lilies of the valley. Upon the tnble in the Teachers' Institute will be held Swnmp-Roo- t. If you need a medicine, you should dining room were displayed the wed- here the first week in Julv. Prof. ding prevents, which were numerous D. W. Bridges, f Richmond, will hnve tho best. if you nre already convinced thnt nnd costly, consisting mostly of cut instruct the white teachers and Prof Swnmp-Rois whnt you need, you glns nnd silver. T. J. Smith, of Versailles, will inThe bride is n charming blonde, struct the colored tenchers. July will find it on snle at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, fifty-cen- ts bright, attractive nnd mueh loved, 4th, will be Trustee day. G. Singler. nnd nnd has nlwnvs been n SQcinl fa- ton, Supt. vorite. The groom is very attracSample Bottle Swamp-RoFree tive nnd n rising young business Office of State Librarian, By Mail. They were showered with man. Frankfort, Ky., May 31. 1912, many good wishes by their host of Sealed bids will be received at n, Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., friends for a Jong life of joy and this office until Thursday, (noon.) N. Y., for n samplo bottle, happiness. After a hridnl tour June 20, 1912, for the distribution thnmuli the Enst. they will mnke of public books, under sections 2433 frco by mail it will convince. You will also receive booklet of valuable their home in Lancaster, Pennsylnnd 2434 Kentucky statutes. Bjd-devania. wi'l take notice that two ship- information, telling all about the ments will be required. Rights to kidneys. When writing be sure nnd For Sale or Kent. McKinney reject nny nnd nil bids reserved. mention the Stanford Coal Feed property. If not sold Trnnk K. Knvonnugh, Stnte Librar- Interior Journal. by the first of July will rent. This ian. t. is tho business part of the property consisting of one lot, 150 feet nt 9T1TT or Omo crrr of Touro. I ., f rnilro.id track, one coal bin 02 feet HUNK IKU OOCNTT. Unt h It Knlor CutNrr long, one warehouse 30xG0 feet an- rtrtnrr olJ.the Arm olmkn oih F. 1 CHtin 4 Co.. doln tod SUM builUM the City ol other warehouse office 'and scale HorfMld. inud tht uU Tokdo.willCounty tke lum ol pay arm A tor rch nd tmr building combined 24x52 feet, nnd a ONE ol HU.NDRLl) DOLLAIUS be rurrd br toe we ol cue Citamui tbit nnoot first olaBH wagon scale in connection Hill's Catamh Ccf. FRANK 1 CHENEY Best piece of business property in Sworn la before me and ruberriDed lu my pmtnee. . AND UNDERTAKERS the town of McKinney, first class low "itn day ot Dtcrmtxr. A. 1) A. KM. GLEASON. . W. i DEALALSO territory for business, trnde now es- j "J- - f Notakt nrauc. ER IN FURNITURE, tablished on Conl feed lime cement nall't Catarrh Cure la taltn Isttmally andol acta RUGS. THEY WILL blood and snlt, brick. For any further infor- directly upon the WeUmooUla, mueoua aurlaefa the tree. EXCHANQE FURNITURE yiWui. Mil lor mation in regnrd to this property, F. ). CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, a FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. Sold by all Prunuta. I5e. call to see or write E. 0. GOOCH, amuv I'UU (or routlpaUon. CALL. PRICE GIVE THEM A laae lit" McKinney, Ky. SPRING SUITING Moreland. ri A tornndo which passed over Mr. Raymond Walker has moved Mv new spring and summer sam Sunday killed 26 people. to thie place from Versailles, also ples are now ready for your inspec Mr. Richardson from Junction City. tion, xney comprise tne Desi on Mr. Thomas Morgan and littlo market. I can suit anyone as to SOLD THE sons are visiting her mother, Mrs. the had his OVER. Lcbor nt Junction City this week. nrica who suit made clothes made to WORLD to your measure 4 lVn K and son, Walter, order. A Mrs. John Moser spent Inst week with relatives in the is preferable to ready made ciotnes. south. end of the count". Mrs. Marv To have them made to measure Goode, of Stanford, is visiting Mrs. doesn't cost any more than ready M. It. Jones. made when quality and lit is conMiss Cnrrio Belle Ballard, of Lan- sidered. Come in and let me take caster, is tho attractive guest of your measure. Mrs. J. R. Helm, Jr. Miss Margaret H. C. Rupley, Tho Practical Tailor. Rolling, of Burnside. is visiting her nunt, Mrs. Charles Coffey. Miss Ircno Morgan is tho guest of See Us Before Buying her sister, Mrs. Saint Rucker, Mr. Your Spring Goods Harry Jacobs, v)f McKinney, were in town calliug on Mr. Eddington last Have nice Selection of Drug- The Experience of Two GirU Here Related For The Benefit of Others. SUITS cost no more than inferior grades. They wear you better, and hold their color and shape. We are showing them now from t S1250to$3lH-- 0 in the new colors and late designs. Special prices on what few last year Com-poun- d, ''VJMin patterns we have. About fifty suits, sizes 35, 36 and 37, from Vv Mid-wee- ot $4 to $8.50 der in-or- to close them out. Cummins Home of H. S. ot fc Yearen one-dolla- Stanford, Kentucky & ot Bing-hnmto- M. All Wool Clothes rs Semi-Week- ly 49-2- J.L.Beazley & Co IvaTavaTaTaTaTaHL Chance 01fYourLife w One day only Saturday, June e are going to offer Genuine Sterling Silver Plated Ware at only 10c each, as long a 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. 15-w- MAT-TING- L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard Kentucky. Mis-sou- Fountain Shirts The pattern you like In the size you want h. M4 4' ' ' week. iM-u:Hii Messrs. Otto Myers, John Back Misses Eva Moser nnd Minnie Marcum went to Loxineton last week to attend tho show in which tho popular Miss Ethel Young takes part Mrs. Loirnn Reynolds is the truest I of .her brother, William Moser. . Eniins .Mcuure, went to Cincinnati, last week. gets, Mattings, Carpets, Lace Curtains, etc. The Correct Styles in Millinery. Come and see our Stock and be convinced. urn?, mm, v W. E, PERKINS mmmmmamgm Crab Orchard, Ky. ....,., " "" MJ m W Till, r i - wrltiK t " THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY HON. JERE A. SULLIVAN Gov. TUESDAY. JUNE 18, 1912 Jnmei B. McCrenry and his 18,-00- SANELY Sanety Fruit Jars tmimjmm i i Sanicap Tops you Please try this jar. It will meet your approval. Extra wide mouth and sanitary. lfwureroetrhat nan in stack, instil en hit fttin? them for Mason jars. e Also, ask for Sanicap Top for your and more sanitary. They are cleaner old-ttyl- Your Grocer Can Get These Jars Thro' Curry. Brown & Snyder. Lex. THE FARMERS k Get that Mr. Tobaco Tobacco Hail insurance now, before tlio Hail cornea. It costs no more. 47-t- f. R. M. Xewlainl. Agent. Wanted shceo or cnttle to Dasture. Rood fence, plenty of water, 1 2 miles west of Kinsr's Mountain. Tcle-nboKinir's Mountain. Rine 1 or write Wnvneshnrc R. D. 4. E. Allen. Single meals ar n.w 35 ponts at (lover's restaurant but we fed so well, you'll find they're worth every 45-cent of it. The I. J. can Rot you the Louisville Times, daily, from now to November 30 for $1.25 cash in ndvnnce. C. II. Arnold bought n number of hogs of Messrs. Chnrles Duncnn and II. B. Montgomcrv nt 7 and 7 2 cents per pound. Ray Moss, of Greenbrier Stock Farm, Montgomery county, sold to A. M. Roggs, of Grenville, W. Vn., his saddle stallion. Scottish Chief 3928, b" Bourbon Gr-.w1-ne 4. 1-three-year-old fey for salo nt real bargain prices. for description circular. V. A. & Son, McKinne3', A few registered Tamwortli pis'' Scml Cof- Ky. 4S-4- p. J. C. McClary Chief 970, dam Birdie Little 0113, by McDonnld Chief 1451. The price is private. Snm Will To sold his farm of 19 acres in the Flatwood section of Gnrrard to Wm. Bryant for $300. II. Furr liouubt Win. Brvaut'tf farm of 70 or 80 acres for about .."i00. Enh Hammock bought a load of corn from Alfred Owens for $1.75 n lmrrpl at the crib. A. P. Edwards bought seven head of cattle from Mr. Roberts for $112.50 Jnspnh Elili-r- . sold his sninll farm lying in the suburbs of Danville on the Hustonville pike, to William carter for $4,000 possession given in ten .In s. The i)lace contains five acres and sale price was $80Q an acre. The sale of the farm, live stock, farming implements, etc.. bv B. P. Robinson, administrator, in Garrard county last week, was one of the best ever held in that county, The farm of 175 acres was sold to Mr. Edwards, of Estill, county, nt $132.-2nnd acre; 1 pair mare mules $435 ; 1 pair mare, gelding $185; 1 $1S0; 1 yearling filly. $147; $40, to $00; 9 long yearling steers, $51, a head; sows and pigs, Farming implements $15 to $30. brought good prices. . I will stand my black, highly bred bull nt my farm five miles south of Stanford on the Somerset pike at $1 5, milk-cow- C. V. Lovell. 49-- 4. u . ft 77- -- Moreland. One of the most delightful 'affairs held at the Christian chuvch here in a long while, was the Children's Day esercises Sunday evening. The church was too small to UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER hold the crowd. A very pleasing STANFORD KENTUCKY. program was rendered and greatly Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35. appreciated by everyone. Next Friday evening at eight o'clock a lawn fete will be given at the home of Charles Coffey. Re15 freshments BONDS cents a plate,will be feervedto at for SURETY go the proceeds the benefit of the new church. Come B.M.NEWLAKD and have n good time nnd help n STANFORD, KY. worthy cause. Mre. Coil Hanson nnd Miss Ellen Hanson were in Danville shopping lnvt Thursday. Mrs. Sharp, the Mies Ilnusun, the Misses Fruitt. Mis McClure nnd Miss Bowlin nnd Mr. IInn?on went to Frankfort last Thursday. Mr. Emmons McClure spent last Thursday evening in Danville. Mi-- s Ometn Shewmnker has returned home from nn extended visit to relatives in Hnrrod-burMr. and Mr. Vnudcveer, of tnie the giiesf. of Mw Orteita Sliewnuker. Whent i. looking fine about Morc-Inn- d and We are expecting a fine harvest. . THERE IS REAL PAINT .and also some stuff mixed with to Mr. und Mrs. Chas. Willioite went materials cheapening that i3 not ing.Lexington last Thursday mornworthy of the name. If you have Mrs. Mary Straub, of Stanford, bad experience with the latter kind was the guest of Mrs. B. B. King. yea don't want another. If you Mr. und Mrs. II. B. King nnd Mrs. haven't take our advice and don't Straub went to Lexington last FriBuy our real paints day. "caperwient. l'.veryono is pleased by the imand save yourself 'disappointment proved appearance of the Methodist iwi aeaey as welL Stanfys. Kv. church since they have repaired and J.iLALLE. whitewashed the fence. " Mr. Randolph Coffey has had his hoii'-painted and some other repair woVk done about the place. Mr. Ernest Ford W taking churge of the Moreland band during Mr. tor In W'ilhoit's ubsence. V nre pleased to have Mr. Harris Rakeotraw with us on a short visit. ke;Cwl,WHl,Firs glad to Mr. Rakestraw's friends are knuw that he does not forget the town he made his home for so eatk- Silt, long and we are always ready to give him u heurly welcome. etc. 30je ers, The Misses Bowlin of Burnside, nre the guests of Mrs. Charlie Cof. Ky. fey. FIRE INSURANCE and g. g, H. B. Northcott LircariDressetftnItry, Urn, r m UmmIw, Hxiif t Braftch Staaford, Ky. T K TIMMNf Hfi There is one "medicine that every family should be provided with and during especially the summer months; viz, Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It It is almost certain, to 1m needed. Costa out a quarter, luii yuu uuoru to be without it T For sale by Pen ny's Drug Store. 0 Brief Sketch of the Candidate from Gov. McCrenry hnd changed nn for the Democratic Madison defeat to a 31.000 majority, Mr. Sullivnn wns nsked by tho new GovNomination for Congress. His Record Is Worthy ernor to prepare measures in which of Emulation to carry out the platform )ledges. This he did, spending several v months in the jintnotie work. Hon. Jere A. Sullivan, enndidnte nil of the pledges were for the Democratic tiotmuuliun for into law by one of the hest Congress in this divrnet, is a man of legislatures Kentucky has over had. large business and political experi- Hi great service to the artv nctu-nte- d ence nnd is thoroughly equipped to hundreds of his ndmirers in the position Eighth Congressional district to oocupy the responsible which he seeks. cull upon him to enter the race for He was born near Richmond durCongress, realizing that he would be ing the Civil Wnr. While the subenpi-tgrent very young, n und force ntin the nntionnl ject of this sketch was would the language of his father died leaving a widow, nnd Jnck Johnson, "bring home tie baseven children in poverty. The mothAdv.-t- t. con." er inspired the children earlv in life with a desire for n good education Paint Lick. nnd all of them responded and used The blue grass crop is very fine in every honorable effort to secure the same. Judge Sullivan was educat- our community. Brandenburg und ed in the common nnd private Cox exjiect to gather a thousand schools of Richmond until he entered bushels of blue grass seed from tho Mrs. Mason. the Freshmnn class of Central Uni- farm of Rnoker Estherlina T. C wli. been in the lie versity ffom wti'ivh grndunted with the highest honors mill business all his life expects to During vacation he Tctirc the middle of next month. of hi class. The firm hns been Buruam and usunlly worked ns a hnnd on the adjoining iarms in order to secure Rucker for n number of years and funds with which to purchase books hale done n good business during these many years. nnd other necessities. Shortly after E. L. Woods had a colt to die his graduation he served ns deputv county clerk and deputy circuit from distimper. II. L. Wnllnco nnd Dr. W. Car clerk of Madison county and nt the the same time read law under the late men nnd some others attended Helen Commencement. T. J. Scott, who subsequently beThe architect is now drawing came circuit judge and was one of the nblest lawyers nnd judges in the jdans for the new school building promNe have State. J ml co Sullivan completed his nnd bids by theto 15th of same rendy June. education in the University of Vir- for Walter Hammock nnd wife enginia where he studied law. After being ndmitted to the bar, he formed tertained the young peoj)lo Friday a partnership with Hon. II. B. Herd, night. Mrs. Oiarles Williams, of Madiwho shortly thereafter located in son, Ind., is visiting her jiarent-!- , Fort Worth, Texas, where he has Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Rucker. inn do a great succc33 as a lawyei The Peoj!es Bank has its fixtures and business man. In 1885 Judge Sullivnn was nomi- returned, much improved nnd Tom nated and elected county attorney of Grady has jiainted nnd pajered the Madison county without onnosition. wnlU. Jno. Creech, of East Bernstadt, Aguiu in 1890 he wits without opposition from either party has bought the Berea Telephone Co. chenp-e- r Toward the end of the last term, he We hope to have better and service. announced that he would not he a g Will Scott, of Cincinnati, is candidate foe a third term on achis parents near Lowell, Ky. count of the growth of his practice Mr. nnd Mrs. Laban Kirk are viswhich required all of his time. His ns County attorney was pro- iting E. C. MoWhorter. record gressive in every particular. He Davis' Store helped in the movement to extend Jnmes Livingston nnd wife, of turnpikes, build bridges and improve the count" along nil lines. Although Somerset sjieut a few days visiting often requested to become n candi- the homefolks and other relatives date, Judge Sullivan declined to in this community. Mrs. Nancy J. McKinney, of Garmake another race until 1907, when rard, is visiting relatives iu this he became n candidate for representative of Madison county at the so- neighborhood. Mrs. Fed Dyehouso has been serilicitation of hundreds of his fellow ously ill but is much improved at democrats. He was again nominated nnd elected without opposi- tliis writing. The dry weather is jdaying havoc tion. He went to the legislature not been to play politics but to frame, intro- with tobacco plants that have set out. duce nnd have enacted measures complaining that We that would improve nnd ndvnnce the half ofhear farmershave already died. the jriants State. He introduced a bill requirThere is u general epjdemic of ing the inspection of State banks on iriumps in this neighborhood, but so similar basis with national bank", fur thev seem to be in a mild form. n but the measure failed to pass until Frank Chandler, who has been taken up by tho last legislature. Al- sick, is much improved. though not n member of the 1912 Mrs. S. M. Chandler has just relegislature, he drew the bill which turned from a visit to her daughter, adopted. Under this law, a de- Mrs. C. II. Kerr, of Kirksville. was positor feels that the Stnte hank is Mr. Fred Brunsweig, of Louisville, ns secure ns a national bank. Judge has bent word to his friends here Sullivan, nfter examining the school that he nims to come back und buy census of 1900, which showed a re- a farm in old Lincoln. We enn safemarkable degree of illiteracy in ly say that any community it better Kentucky, set to work to improve by having "Fritz" ns ho calls himthe educational .system of the State, self. or rather readjust matters so that the people would get advantage ol Blue Lick. the immense volume of money that The ladies of the Baptist church is being expended nnnunllv for the will give an ice cream supper at the pause of jnibTic education. With old church house Saturday night others, he helped establish two nor- June 15. Everybody cordially inmal schools, and by his efforts the vited. right schools were founded und even Mr. Tom Manning nnd daughter, Judge Sullivan's strong opponents Miss Mue, of Lancaster, attended who have seen the results, must it church here Sunday. that his ideas were correct nnd Mr. Sullie B. Stringer visited Mrs thnt hi-- , work will eventunlly tnke Sarah Daugherty. Kentucky out of the illiterate A good crowd attended prayer Kentucky was nlmost the Inst meeting Wednesday night. State in the United States to estab-li- h Mr. James Lay is in Hustonville n normal school. I'ructienlly thi-- . week. from the time he was ndmitted to Mr. and Mrs. James Stringer tho bar Judge Sullivan has been rewere in town Tuesday. cognized as one of the ohleit and Mrs. Ruth Lay und sister, .Miss inot successful Inwyers nnd has Bebsie Green were the guests of been counsel on either one side or Mrs. Leo Daugherty. the other of every important suit nt Mrs. Sam Magill is ill ut this. writthe MnclNon bar. His jmietieo hns ing. extended to many other counties nnd Mr. Tom Manning will still tench into the Federal Court. He has nt n singing school here, beginning Sunall times been recognized as a. day, two lesons each Sunday. Evcitizen, possessing sound, erybody come. consnntive judgment and is one of the most successful business men in Bee Lick. Kentucky. By his own industry W. E. Taylor and David Adams Mnrting in poverty, he hus amassed were in Stanford, Monday on busin spleotlid estate and upon the ness. of J. Stone Walker, from M. M. Taylor and O. W. Taylor Richmond, Mr. Sullivan was chosen hnve completed their contract of president of the Stnte Bank and iminting nnd papering for C. G. Trust Comjmny, the largest finan- Ilerriu nt Quail. cial institution in Madison county. Mr. David Proctor is still iif very Shortly nfter his ndmission to the bad health. bar, Judge Sullivnn became secreTaylor was in Mt. Mr. tary to Clov. McCrenry during his Vernon Morris last week having some deu-trnco for Congress. Later upon the w'oik done. election of Grover Cleveland he was Jtov. David Gentry will preach at tendered the josition of first deputy Bethel church Sunday, June lUth at under Collector Bronston, but de- 11 o'clock. clined ns he prefrrted to coiitinue his law work. He has been elected Whooping Cough is not dangerous chnirmnn of the Democratic county when the cough is kept loose and committee of Madison county expectoration easy by giving Cham without opposition nnd berlain's Cough Remedy. It has been likewise n member of the Democratin many epidemics of this disease ic State Executive Committee. He with perfect success. For sale by has also served as a member of G. L. Penny. various Stnte campaign committees. He drafted the Democratic jilafforra Mt. Sterling is after the Blue which was adopted at tbe.conven- - IrAua T.AAfii fvAnlhlkiA llriv llnlil ItV " tion in Louisville and ujwn which Nicholasville. ' I'rnc-ticnlled nl vis-itind-incol-um- ii. ul " slendid ticket won such n crowning victory last November. Then, after MADST0NE STICKS To Pcrrvvllle Girl's Wound Bitten Bv Mad Dod. When a Perfection Headache Cure The best preparation for headache Is made bv Your Druaulst a PENNY Mian any other. Honestly we do not know how It could be Improved, at any price, and we have had ten years' experience with It. too. Junction City, Juno 17. Miss Henrietta Gnhhnrt and Mr. Isnnh Crane, of tho Perryville vicinity weve here Inst week seeking the nid of n mndstone, ns both had been bitten bv a supjo;edly mind dog last Saturday. Thev were taken to the residence of Judje William Clnrkson, where the stone was n!icd. The stone is said to have stuck to Miss Gubbart's wound, thus insuring her cure. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Richnrdson, of .Moreland, visited Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Richardson oer Sunday. Mr. Ernest Richnrdson on moving to Moreland stored his furniture, cooking utensils, etc., iu a building be-- i longing to n man named Russell. This building burned to the ground one night last week with all its contents. Mrs. M. U. McCoIIum nnd Misses Mary Steelo and Ruth McCoIIum left Monday morning fur Moreland, to nttend the meetings of the State Kormnl course in Bible stud v. Mr. Orville Buck, is with his father, Mr. C. M. Buck, in Tennessee. The hist named bus been very ill. Miss Ada Steele has returned from a visit to her mint, Mrs. John . Kuwlmgs, in Danville. The Embroidery Club met in sjecml session with Mrs. II. C. CatDeron on Thursday afternoon. lightful refreshments were served the members. Mrs. Charles Atkins and daughter, Mrs. Cloiixe, moved Thursday ti Georgia to join the former's husband. Mr. G. A. Dunn, R. I D. oarriei from the postoffiee at this place, wns confined to lii.s room mot of last week, but nnd on his route this Monduy morning. Mr. Sninuel W. Burke officiated in his jlnce during the illness of the first named. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Preston have returned from a visit to the former's grandmother. Mrs. R. B. Ellis, on the Rolling Fork. Mrs. Albert Linney nnd little son, of Lexington, are with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Evans. Two wheels of n freisht car attached to n southbound train got off the track just North of the De-lhere Sunday afternoon and caused a lot of excitement before being found by the trainmen. The train rnn nearly half a mile before nny of the crew the ncoi-der- t. Beyond cutting into the ties nnd bends of bolts considerably, no other damage wns done. The ladies of the city will give n miscellaneous shower to Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Richnrdson nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Richardson Wednesday. Mioses Ann Ends, of Paris, Florence None, Lucile Voris nnd Grace Stone, of Burgin, hnve returned to their respective homes nfter visiting Miss Ruth Kenne. Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, of Parks-vill- e, is ritli her daughter Mrs. Maiy E. Hnnkla. Miss Virginia Nedeham. wh.i has been with her brother. Mr. Ldsar Needhnm, nttending cliool, lett fur her homo in Rnrbourvilln on Tuesday. Mrs. Ida Coovert and Mi,-- , MoHu P:gg, of Cincinnati, who have visiting Mrs. Jessie Figg, have returned to their homes. Mis. Edgar Needhnm, Mr. nnit Mrs. Mnck Bauconi, Dr. mil Mr- -. J. R. Steelo and daughters. Mitl.N and Ada aie nttending tin Aviation ireet in Leington. Miss Juliu Dungnn, of HtM, who hn been tho guest of Mrs J. V.nlker Bailey, has returned homo. Mis-- . Gince Stone, of Burgin, u the guest of Miss Ruth Kenne. Miss Lucy Hankln has returned from n visit to MUscs Myrtle mid Cleo Brown nt Pnrksville nnd Mnr-gnrnnd Lulu May Huys iu ot b.-eMi--i- "ct Just a little better A GENEROUS BOX 10c. If vou have a severe couqh you had better see your family physician That's the safest thina to do In all cases but for any ordinary cough our Syrup White Pine Tar Is the best thlnq you can act. We have It In 25 cent and 50 cent bottles, and It Is guaranteed. We are selling lots of our Cold Tablets these days. We guarantee them to cure a coin in one night. Our guarantee Is a personal guarantee. Money back If not Satisfied. PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Phone No. 2. , Mii''OW"001TWTntfi (lii?iflnfi nMi -y:' o:5.siiiji.3 Ti.773iTii xB a D -- TiiTiTKi:Tii i I !i! III !il i !! i' Car of Adrian Wire Fence Just Received We have several secondhand Buggies for sale ii Hi ', Igl E. T. Pence Stanford, Kentucky id jjj ;l2 ii I 9 a Do You Want a Silo? This cut shows you what we are now prepared to construct We have one f the famous Polk Machines with which to build Silos like this, and if YOU are thinking of building a Silo, call on or write us before you do anything, and we'll interest you. We have already contracted for six and cannot build but a limited number, so you had better not delay, but get in next. We have the territory of Lincoln and Garrard counties. Telephone 136 BHBUBBIBBffSjj PHILLIPS : BROS., Stanford, Ky. lion. John W. Rawlings nnd Mr. Thomas McGraw, of Danville, wero help on business Tuesday. Mr. Richard Coovert. of Akron. O. is visiting his mothor, Mrs. Kate Cooveit. Misses Elizabeth and Ruth nnd Master Eail Lingle are visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. O. S. Lingle in St. Louis. Mrs. William Cnskey nnd children, of Ciirbin, nre with the former's mother, Mrs. Mury Frances Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cowun, of Someiset, nnd Mr. Clnicnce Bell, of London, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mis. II. C. Catron. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Coffey, of Selmii, Alu., are visiting Mr. Joe WV'.ht 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. Al'isti'is William, Log?n nnd Mosc Wiitji field, of Puris have returned h'U'ie nter a visit to Dr. and Mr. J R. Mule. Mis,, Margaret Hn.r has returned to her home in MitcheUsburg, nfter visiting her cousin Mist. Lucy flunk-h- i. Mr. Joseph Suiber bus returned from u visit to friends iu Bradfords-vill- e. Miss Louelln Lingle hns returned from Richmond, where she has been attending Normal College, bringing diploma. with her a two-yeMr. Everett Owens went to Dan- villi Tuesday, wjjer e.has taken (lie third trick in the train' dispatcher's office of the Q & C. ar J. j fl . tf H. Baughman & Co. Phcjne 11 - 4 Stanferrfr IWntwckr. Mt .fu