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TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1912 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. "On the Home Stretch" Four More Days of the Great Popularity Contest Just a Short time left to Decide the Winners of this Great Race for Fame and Fortune. Don't Lose a Minute of this Valuable Time but Gather in Every Available Subs crlptlon. You still Have a Fighting Chance and if You Hustle From Now Until the Finish You can Still Turn Defeat into Victory. 0 JUDGES OF THE CONTEST well-kno- EDITORIAL Harvey Helm's Position On Temperance Legislation Col. Jack Chinn, of Harrodsburg, withdrew from tho race for Congress in this district Monday, announcing his withdrawal in a speech nt Lancaster in. which he proved tho belief of many democrats that he had merely been a stalking horse for Judge Sullivan throughout the entire contest. In attempting to injure Harvey Helm all he could in his valedictory Col. Chinn declared that the fight would now be waged between Sulli-- 1 van nnd Helm with the Whisky Democrats backing Helm. As Col. Chinn has frequently stated in his own canvass that if the "night riders, toll gate raiders and fox hunters" would vote for him the other fellows could hnvc the "preachers and prohibitionists" one might be inclined to wonder whether Col. Chinn gave the subject sober thought before asserting so positively thnt the whiky men hnve made such a sudden switch in their preference. Col. Chinn wants to know what is Congressman Helm's attitude and asks if he will oppose the shipment of liquor into dry territory. The Interior Journnl is hardly inclined to believe that Mr. Helm will feel violently constrained to give Col. Chinn a categorical answer to this question, in view of Chinn's own conduct in the present race. As a temperance newspaper nt all times, however, the Interior Journnl feels inclined to state right here for itself thnt it knows Congressman Helm's position on this matter, and is completely satisfied with it. It knows that he stands pledged to support tho Shcpard Kenyon bill in Congress, which will prohibit the inter-stat- e shipment of liquor into dry teiritory. It further knows that lending temperance men in the district who have inquired hi position on this bill tho only measure the temperance people hae asked him to support have been fully satisfied thnt he is heartily for it and pledged himself for it long before Col. Chinn or any one else with an ulterior purpose to serve, thought to einbninss him by asking him such a question. The chnrge that Harvey Helm has aligned himelf with the whisky inteiests is as base a falsehood as the accusation made by a Danville I paper that he fought McCreary and his friends. "CONTEST DAY" TO BE CELEBRATED SATURDAY The following tlemen have consented to act as judges of the Interior Journal's gen- which Great Prize Popularity Contest to a close Saturcomes day, June 29th, at 9 P. M. (ishicr State MR. M. B. SALIN, Hank & Trust Co. MR. W. W. SAUNDERS, Make Your "Favorite" a Winner Hookkccpcr Fint National Bank. Mr. J. W. ROCHESTER, As'st Cashier Lincoln County National Hank. Pleasant Point. DEMOCRATS MEET Lou Mcintosh sold his farm for IN CONVENTION TODAY. $2,500. He and his-- family have gone to Georgia, where he has a position. McKinney Brass Band To Give PubFirst Fight at Baltimore Comes Over Mr. Austin Hale, of Millcdgcville, lic Concerts and Big Crowd ExChairmanship Beckham made a short visit to this place. pected to Attend. Honored. Mrs. Mary C. Dye is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Hale, The Interior Journal is making of Milledgeville. Interest nil over the country cenready for a grand celebration of Mr. Squiro Griffin, formerly of ters at Baltimore where tho Demo"Contest Day" in connection of the this place, but now living in Indeis in session this pendence, W. Va., is with friends cratic convention close ot the Great Popularity Conweek to nominate a candidate for test the greatest newspaper enter- and relatives here. Mr. Griffin says Champ Clark has tho prise ever attempted by any coun- there is no place like old Kentucky. president. Wesley Bastin and wife of try pnper in Kentucky. most instructed votes, wtih Woodrow Ohio, aro with the parents Arrangements have been mado for Wilson second. n grand free open air Band Concert of Mrs. Bastin. A conference was held between Miss Elizabeth Dye who has a poduring both next Saturduy afternoon The concert will be and evening. given in front of the I. J. Office by the McKinney Band, one of tho best bands in this part of the state, and a rare musical treat is in store for those who nttend. Everybody cordially invited to bring pa nnd ma and the kids, also uncle, ounty and the cousins und don't forget to bring the friends and acquaintances who have helped you in this big race. A number of people have told us that they are going to get up a hay ride parties and come down on thnt day to nttend the band concert. Thnt certainly would be a good idea so you had better get up from your neighborhood and follow the merry crowd. Bring your horns and make all the noise you wish. Duing the nfternoon the plant of the Interior Journal will be thrown open for your inspection and a cordial invitation is extended the general public to avail itself of this opportunity to ncquaint itself with the details of newspaper making. sition nt Danville, mado a flying trip home and returned Saturday. She lias made a successful trimmer in the millinery department of Push-i- n Bros., store, for the last season. Mrs. W. T. Flnnigan, of Lebanon Junction, is with her mother, Mrs. W. D. Dye for a few weeks. The wedding bells have been ringing nt Pleasant Point again. Urban Singleton, o Waynesburg, and Miss Maude Singleton, daughter of He v. J. A. Singleton, of this place, were made one by Rev. G. II. Cannon. Their many friends wish them n long nnd happy life. Jomn Henry Steele and Mattie Privett drove to Stanford nnd were quietly mnrried. The bride is the pretty daughter of Bantam Privitt, of South Fork, while the groom is the son of Jnmes Steele, of King's Mountain. Mr. Joe Moffett, our bachelor friends, has nhout decided he will not live alone much longer. He says it was not intended for man to live alone and he wishes to inform the people that he is a candidate for matrimony. Well some of you girls could do worse than to take Mr. Moffett. We think he will be successful as some of our girls went in and helped him plant his corn. Listen for the wedding bells. Judge Parker aud William J. Bryoa nnd two members of tho Democratic National Committee last evening in the iilletupl to brin? about harmony over the fight for temporary chairman, which resulted in no ngreement being reached. The National Committee thereon ratified the subcommittee's selection of Judge Parker ns temporary chairman of the convention by the vote of 31 for Parker, 20 for James, nnd 2 for O'Gorman. It was announced that the fight would be taken to tho floor of the convention today by the Bryan forces, in which event Mr. Bryan is slated as the candidate to oppose Parker. The convention was called to order at noon. The Kentucky delegation to Baltimore organized by selecting Gov. McCreary chairman. A resolution was passed over the protest of Senator-elect James binding the delegation to support for temporary chairman nny person whom the National Committee may choose. The selection of J. C. C. Mayo as National Committeeman was ratified. Gov. Beckham was named a3 the Kentucky member of the resolutions committee, which will draft the party's platform. TAFT AND TEDDY BOTH TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT Friends, Don't Let your Candidate lose but hand her your subscription at Once. Many Prizes have been lost In Contests Just for Lack of One Subscription and you woul d feel mighty mean If your favorite lost by this Narrow Margin an d you had not Given her a ballots given to you when n subscription is pnid and they will not be counted unless they are returned to the contest department before 0 P. M., noxt Suturdny night. Don't Be a Quitter. Don't stop work now. Stick to the finish and guther in every availThere are still able subscription. four days lelt and many nnd many a prize cun be won or lost in thnt time. In -- ome contests, prizes have been lost by n very narrow margin of 3,000 votes just because the contestants did not keep on working up to the Inst few minutes before the o- HOW THEY STAND TODAY - Four days more remain of the Interior Journal' Great Popularity Contest. Not a very long time, to lio sure. Just enough however, to lefeat more than one candidate in the race unless some very strenuous efforts are put forth tins week. Ev-jr- y vote counts and as many subscriptions as possible should be turned in. Call on those friends; Ret nil the promises to subscribe fulfilled this week. Subscriptions turned in nfter Saturduy at 0 p. in., will be of no avail for at that hour the great contest will come to a close. Help You Favorite Today A little help now is worth more than all the consolation in the world after the race is lost. Don't neglect any possible opportunity to secure votes and subscriptions. Call on every person that you enn jmssibly think of, and do so ns early in the Meek as possible. After the contest is over, you will probably be able to think of scores of subscriptions that you might huve had if you had Get nly called on those friend. all jour promises off your hands now and then any that you think of later in the week, you will have time It certainly would be to secure. mighty irritating to lose the $350 Piano by n narrow margin of 5,000 votes. Hut that is just what may happen if you don't get busy this last week. It is always better to have too many votes than not quite enough. Outside Sontestants Attention. . Those deluding on the mails to .end in their reserve should mail thorn not Inter than Friday so thnt they will reach the Interior Journal in timo for the final count. The contest clones at 1) p. m. Saturday and subscriptions will only be accepted from contestants and their friends who nrc in the office at thnt hour. However, no one will be allowed to enter ufler thut hour to turn in subscriptions. The contest mutineer will make his lust count Thursday night and tlio result will be published in Friday's issue. This will be the Inst list published until the final standing is (riven. It will be better for those living outside of Stanford to bring in their reserves and subscriptions personally and cast them. Hut those who cannot do this should mail them early so thnt there will be no duuht as to their pelting here on time. The race may be lost on account of delay. Read Carefully When you turn in. subscript ions, le uie thnt you hae the mimes :ii'd nddrees written on the center part of the icceipts furnished by the contest department. All con- -, lestaiits have or should huve these in .vour possession receipt book J low. If j on have not, usk for them. He sure that you don't leave any of your vote ballots at home. (lath-- r them up and bring them in Friday or Saturday. Vote ballots are the cloe. Come to town Saturday and call on your friends here. As told in nnother part of this issue, we are going to have a big celebration on Saturdoy nnd hundreds of your fii.'inls will be here for that occasion. See them about their subscripPossibly the subscription tion. which you pet the last few minutes before the close will make you the winner of that $350 piano. If there is any mistake in your voles up to today, be sure you call the attention of the contest manager to it before next Thursday night. Otherwise the standing will be taken as correct up to date. Closes Saturday at 9 P. M. The Interior Journal's contest will come to u closo next Saturduy night, June 29th, at 9 P. M. At that hour the doors ot the office will be locked and no one will be allowed to enter mid turn in subscriptions. Subscriptions will be accepted lrom the contestants and their friends who nre in the office at that hour. It you are present at that time your report will bo received but if you come after the doors ure locked, you ill be the loser. Every contestant, no matter where they live, must bring or mail in their subscriptions nnd ballots before 'J P. M. Saturday. If there is anything about the contest thut you do not fully understand, nsk or telephone the contest manuger. Immediately after the last settlements have been received next Saturday night anil the last of the vote ballots have been deposited in the ballot box, the judges will begin the work of counting the votes. This task will be no small one and must not unnecessarily be delayed. After the contest mnnnger makes his final couiu nest Thursday night, the key of the ballot box will be turned over to tho judges and they will count what votes nro put -- District No. I. . 152,275 Miss Annie Middleton Miss Mury K. Dudderar . . 152,275 . 152,275 Miss Lena Palmer . 152,275 Miss Ida II. Pettus Miss Hose McCormuck . . ..152,275 Miss Margaret Holtzclaw ..147,920 Miss Elizabeth Iliggius . . . 143,820 . 130,920 Miss Kate Anderson . 130,405 Miss May North . 122,205 Miss Emma Meier . 110,850 Miss Anna Warreu . 112,025 Miss Lucile Crow ..111,625 Miss Elsie Coleman Miss Hessie McCormnck . . 110,715 Miss Delia May Lawrence ..107,030 . 107,105 Miss Until Tuniier . 102,355 Miss Minellc Pruitt . 102,27. Miss Mary D. Beck .. 84,585 Miss Elizabeth Stugg Miss Mnry E. McKinney . .. 75,970 .. 75,830 Mrs. Mary Hortou Mis Elsie Singleton . . . . .. 70,090 .. G9t080 Mrs. 1,. L. Sanders Miss Josephine Morris . . . ..02,025 .. 01,325 Miss Elizabeth Fox .. 50,200 Miss Hertie McClure Miss Isabella Reynolds . . .. 51,935 Miss Elizabeth Carter ... .. 51,890 Miss Martha Hroughtou . . . 50,125 . . 40,175 Mis Clara Collier Miss Florence I)awe3 . . . ...45,480 .. 41,570 Miss Effie Dryc f Miss Iloxie Jennings . . . .. 33,150 Miss Gertrude Wilkinson . .. 32,935 .. 31,095 Miss Evn Ilorton .. 27,070 Miss 1C it t It Cocking ...24,720 Miss Hessie Iliffe Miss Mnry Moore Honey ...24,350 .. 23,255 Mis Dollie Wilchcr .. 22,740 Miss Lucy Gooch .. 21,730 Miss Nell Buck .. 17,120 Miss Hettie White .. 15,710 Miss Mary Husell ...13,190 Miss Mamie Hulmuu .. 12.125 Mis Lulu Coker .. 11,955 Miss Madie Butler , Youngster Broke His Arm Shclton Saufley, Jr., fell from a pony while riding in the yard at the home of his grandfather, S. II. Baughman in the country Sundav afternoon nnd sustained a compound fracture of the bone of the left arm just above the elbow. The injur' i very painful, but the little fellow is oo vigorous and strong for his age, the physicians believe it will heal rapidly. Five-year-old .... District No. 2. Miss Sara Hichardsou . . . 130,470 134.895 Miss Jennie Itankin Ml38 Bertha West 112,020 .. 77,070 Miss Susie Roberts Miss Azile Elum . 00,540 Miss Ada Wesley . 52,980 Miss Willie Wilkinson . . . . 37,270 . 32,985 Miss Lillic Henry . 31,020 Mis I)aiy Shuttles Miss Elsie Morris 2 . . . ,. 21,320 ,. 17.425 Miss Alma Cosby Miss Invinin McGraw . . . ..13,050 Miss Lottie Westerfield . . 13,495 Miss Annie Pollard ... 8,290 Miss Sadie Anderson ... 8,030 Judge Sullivan Here Saturday Judge Jere Sullivan, of Madison county, a enndidnte for Congress in this district, paid Stanford a visit Saturday afternoon while en route to Casey county in nn automobile. He remained here several hours shaking hands with his friends am' discussing conditions. Of course, Judge Sullivan has no hopes of carrying Lincoln county or of obtaining eveu a respectable vote here for Lincoln is overwhelmingly for its fnvorite son, Ilnrvev Helm. The democrats gnve Judge Sullivnn a very cordial "giettmg here, however, for they recognize in him a worthy democrat, and a lender of his party. Two Big Rattlers Ray and Claude Gerkey, twin boys of C. C. Gerkey killed near his place on Green river Thursday, two large rattlesnakes, measuring three feet six iuche long, 8 rattles and one button, killed in ten feet of each other. Great snakes! Come on with your snakes, boys. R. F. D. No. I. Mrs. R. G. Collie and daughter Miss Tevis, of Somerset are on a visit to their old neighbors and friends nt Cedar Creek. Miss Jennie Coffe" of Boyle county, is on n visit to her sister, Mrs. J. II. New land. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Newland spent the dav with their daughter, Mrs. Yv. U Cummins, of Preachersville. Miss Delpha Newland has returned from Burnside. She has been staying with her father, O. P. New-lan- d for a couple of months. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Crab Orchard Christian church met with Mrs. II. F. Newland Thursdny. Thco Nolnnd is in Estill county, on n visit to his brother nnd sisters. Theo Nolnnd and II. F. Newland delivered to Jones nnd Co., a bunch of 150 pound hogs at G 4 cents, sold to them some time back. Mrs. Jenn Broils is quite sick. I 3-- Taft Gets Regular Republican Noml- - ination, While Roosevelt Will Form Third Party With onlv 21 more than a ma jority of the delegates to the republican national convention, Taft and Sherman were renominated for pres- 3 .... H-- in after that time. o IMPORTANT The best offer of the Contest closes promptly at 9 o'clock tonight. Get In every available subscription before that time for at no future time during the contest will It be possible for you to get as many votes as during this Subscriptions sent by offer. mall will be counted on this offer If the envelope Is postmarked not later than 9 o'clock tonight. At 9 o'clock tonight, remember, the door of the office will be locked so don't get left if you have subscriptions to apply on the biggest offer of the contest. The Schedule of Votes DniiiU' the lemaiuder of the contest will be us follows: Triple the usual otes and 2,000 votes on dollar. This schedule while not quite as largo as the biggest and best offer of the contest which closes at 9 o'clock tonight, will make .vour subscriptions bring a great uiuny votes and may bo quite n deciding factor in the rare. It is ns follows; 131,000 votes 25 curs 20 j curs '103,000 votes 75,000 votes 15 j ears .' 48,800 votes 10 yeu is 38,500 votes 8 years 23,500 votes O years 13,200 votes 3 years . 7,000 votes 2 years 1 yeur 3,800 votes Contestants if they wish, may poll enough votes for Friday's paper to place their standing 100,000 votes above the lender in today's iue. However, we would not adviso you to poll that many for it will simply weaken your reserve vote nnd you Mill need them nil at the end. All contestants should return the mailing lists they now have in their possession before next Monday t night. iy I . Wavnesburg. liev. C. T. Cluunch tilled his regular appointment at the church Saturday afternoon und Sunday night. Mrs. C. T. Clnunch and little children, Mayme and Marion, visited friends and attended children's day, Sunday. Mis Julia Clift is at home from Alabama visiting her sisters. Mis.s Pearl MeKenzie, of Danville, is viituig her cousin, Mi Velum Morgan. Chappell's Gap. Miss Annie Bricnech returned homo from Chicago Inst week. Her many friends nie glial to have her with them again. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dishon visited her mother nnd father, Sunday. Mr. Ernest Pike litis gone 'to Pieucherville to work. Mrs. Andy McKinney, has let urn-homo after a week's visit to her mother and father, Mr. und Mrs. James I'luinmer. Mt. John Brieuech enme in from Chicago Friday to visit her mother, and father, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Anderson. Mr. James Bogie- visited friends nt Walnut Flat Satuiday and Sunday Mrs. John Bogie nnd two daughters, attended the burial of their (ouin, Willie Price Long nenr Ilutli-toel u. Miss Sara Richardson Miss Elsie Singleton District No. 2. A charming young lady from J'liictiou City who has become ono of the strongest candidates in this great race. While Miss Kichurdsoii gol rather u late start, she has more than made up for it the past few wcckh ami we look for her to be among the lenders on June 20th. Huiidicds of friends are watching her nice with cugernes-- s and doing everything possible to help her. Excursion dock at Eaglo Paik, Ginnd Islnnd, Niagara Hivcr, collapsed under the weight of n crowd Sunday night and over 300 persons were thrown into the Niagara Hiver, nnd drowned. About 20 bodies hae been tecovered. District No. 1. A most popular and ambitious joung lady living near Wajuesburg who is to be leckoned with on June SUtli when the great nice comes to n close. There ure very few people in thnt section who do not know Miss Elsio mid her many friends nre giving her nil tho assistance they can so that she may pull down u big prize next Saturduy. It is worse than useless to take any medicine internally for muscular or chronic rheumatism. All thnt is needed is n free application of Chnirbeilain's Liniment for sale by Pennj's Drug Store. Via Southern Railway in Kentucky nnd the southwest. Account 4th of July. Tickets on sale July 2, 3, 4. Final Carson Case Affirmed The Court of Appeals last week lhnit July Slh 1912. For detail fares oilier information, see local nffiimed the judgment of the Casey and C. Beam, A. circuit court in the Carson cnse, ticket agent, or write J. G. P. A. St. Louis, .Mo. and j iung Walter Carson will hnve -to serve u life term in 'the penilen-tinr- y for the killing of William WARNING! Cochran, of Cnsey. Carson wns a rural route carrier out of Huston-vill- e No checks will be accepted on nnd n member of one of the the last two davs of the contest. If vou lake checks for subscripbest known families in the West End tions, be sure and have them of Lincoln. His many friends were Sunday school is progressing very hopeful made payable to yourself and that the higher court nicely ut Ml. Olive. oet them cashed before turning would reverse the finding of the lowMiss Nettie Bogie will leave here them into this office. This Is soon to join her sister, at Rutlier-to- er tribunal. The case was one of Imperative. the hardest fought in the courts in Ky., to visit lelatives and this section in many years. friends there. I Paper Describes the Speaking (Danville Messenger.) Before a large and intelligent audience, Me-sr- s. Hnrvey Helmt Jerre Sullivnn and Jnok Chinn presented their claims for the Democratic uoniinnlion for Congress, nt the Danville court house Suturday afternoon. Much interest has been awakened in the fight by reason ot the inominence of the candidates and the fact that both Mr. Sullivan and Mr. China huve been making their fight on the record of Mr. Helm. The Boyle county people, while they were nwure of the good work Mr. Helm has done in Congress were anxious to hear whnt his opponents could say against him. After Saturduy afternoon's oratorical battle, our people were only all the more convinced thnt the attack on Mr. Helm is wholly unwaranted, and the "speeches only made them the mote enthusiastic for him. The Messenger does not desire to belittle the clniibs of either Mr. Sullivnn or Mr. Chinn, in fact we would not do so under any circumstances, ns their long and faithful work in the paity entitles them to the high est consideration, but The Messenger is for Mr. Helm because ho has been weighed in 'the buluuce and cannot bo found wanting. We believe iu rewurding a good nnd faith-fu- l servant nnd cannot see the wisdom of giving up a certainty for an unceituinty. A Danville ident nnd vice president by the convention at Chicago Saturday night. The Roosevelt followers immediately withdrew from the convention and organized another convention aud nominated Roosevelt for president nt the head of a progressive party, as his organization will probably be known. The governors of such solidly republican states as California, New Hampshire, West Virginia, etc., were present with the Roosevelt forces. A colored preacher offered prayer when the Roosevelt convention met which is said to mean that the negro republicans will be solidljr the Roosevelt candidacy and against Taft. In accepting the nomination, Col. Roosevelt appealed to the people of all sections, regardless of party affiliations, to stand with the founders of the new party, one of whose cardinal principles, he said, was to be 'Thou Shalt Not Steal." The O. O. P. seems hopelessly split and the belief is general everywhere that the democratic nominee will be elected president. bo-hi- nd 1 companied by hail, thunder nnd lightning, visited Pnris nnd vicinity Friday nftornoou between 2 and 3 o'clock. Tho hail wns the largest that has fallen there in several years ami considerable injury to gardens, tobacco and foilugo wns done. Let me insuie that tobucco crop befoi" the hail comes. Hates same as lust year. H. M. Newland Agent. Low Rates To points Big Hall Storm Hits Bourbon County A heavy down-poof rain acur $ -- htm n, , 4&3K 'il-HJ- .J '' mi imi j""j .JHE INTEHIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY TUESDAY. JUNE 25. 1812 lection of lambs to export a car about Wednesday. Mrs. Robert L. Elkin entertained a few friends nt her pretty country home at a 0 o'clock dinner, the honprce being Mrs. John L. Anderson, of Washington City. Rev. Palmer, superintendent of n lenpue, of Louisville, the preached at the Christian church Sunday morning, his text which wns well handled and forceful being "Our Kingdom Come in Earth ns in Heaven." Announcements have been received by relatives of the bride here nnying Miss Nellie Smith Adnms nnd Mr. David Clark Parks were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents Mr. Ed Adams, in Birmingham, Aln. The groom is e, a well to do business man, of Okla., while the bride is quite a pretty young woman. The Dcmorcst Comedy Comjmny will ghe a week's play here under ennvas, beginning July 1. A number of fine plays and sonic f scrllent music will add to the whole week's engagement The Misses Dickcrson are at liuiuc from nn enjoyable outing to the nnti-snlooSha-wnne- -- T 1 OOOOOO TheInterior Journal BHELTON M. T5fye OOOOOO Smnth Animal Assinbly if ttia proctor KoottCbaUtaUqUaAsjociatioi) LEI1N0N, KENTUCKY JULY 3 TO 12, INCLUSIVE grounds. Ideal place BEAUTIFUL The greatest platform Daily band and orchestra concerts. Base ball every afternoon. Grand fireworks on night of JULY 4th. Make YOUR arrangements NOW for camping and attending this Great Chautauqua. For program and information, W. 0. DILLEY, Sec'y, write LEBANON, KY. rcprlMtr creased pension drain upon the treasury, the House dispensed with 1 A YEAR BTRICTLT IN ADVANCE the great expense of the 18 agencies and provided that the pensions ( JSttntcri at should Knlittd l l rtttfft4 be paid from Washington only. But the idea of legislating n ittnt tltti lull matltr. Republican out of office didn't apPolitical Announcements peal to the Senate and that provision was cut out nnd nn additional Th mneintfniniti In Ihli colann r el appropriation of $12,f)00,000 added Mtdlditti for otficr, iobftt to tb. action to pay this graft. In the eyes of the of the democratic prinarjl Republican Senate the countrv wns TT CtKgriH too poor to pay the increased penCOL. J. r. CHINN, of Mercer sions provided bv the Democratic J. A. BULMVAN, of Madleon HARVEY HELM, of Lincoln House, but h win nVh enough to reFor Ctmmtnvttlth't iltomey tain thee ueless offices to provide EMMETT rURTEAR, of Bojl places for Republican henchmen. BAUFLET- when it got back to the House. But here comes the rnot disgraceful part. In order to lighten the in- "! n 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. What we mean by Dress Shoes is Patent leather, tan and gun metal-leat- her we dress or polish. In these we show the D Dress 5hoes W. B. BURCH, ef Uncoln For Stri M. 8. BAUOUMAN B. W. 0IVEN8 J. 0. WEATHERFORD. T. J. HILL Ter Cevnlv Jvit 1. A. RICE M. F. NORTH Ttr Circuit C7r i, P. WEAREN J. F. UOLDAM W. M. DONCAN Tor JUlir TEYTON TARRISH GEORGE DEBORDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM II. HESTER W. A. CAR80N All who knew of the conditions in Pulaski were glad that Woodson Mny wns State Central Committeeman for the Eleventh district. Mny and his friends are the backbone of the democratic organization in our southern neighbor nnd deserve everything they ask for. Matchless Nettlelon WalK-Ove- r, at $5, $5.50 and $6. The the most extensively ' Our Conqresslonal Race As Viewed Outside The District. (Winchester Democrat.) will be interesting "to the voters, nnd the people iu general, this advertised shoe in tho world, at It Ttr AntHor T. L. BECK. B. M. OWENS R IL BRONAUOii T. C. BANDIDGE J. II. BOONE W. T. GARNER In Sianjtrd U?wlfriol dillrfel: J. T. R0BEKT8 WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EADS L. GOODE JOSET-It Kt public primary for llacittntt Manufacturers ' Cost Our Sale is better than ever Prices on everything before. lower than cost of raw material. We have to make room. Positively everything goes. Come Si.l)ltt in Croo Orchard Maalittrial dlttritt W. R. PILLION early and get the choice. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky The Advocate wants to know how rnnny jobs Congressman Helm has promised for support for We can assure them that he hasn't promised a one, which is more than can be said of his distinguished opponent Judge Sullivan for the Advocate itself announced that he has promised one of its editors the job of Resident Secretary. So jt really might be pertinent to ask how many jobs has Judge Sullivan promised? The Advocate makes two flagin its issue of rant Inst Saturday, not to call them by the "shorter and uglier word." One headline says that Helm "Denounced McCreary?' and the and the other that the Interior Journal 6aid Boyle county democrats have been Congressman "honored enough." Helm and his friends were working to elect McCreary Chairman of the state convention at the time the and tis friends were seeking to humiliate him. And we defy the Advocate to quote a single sentence from the I. J. which said that Boyle county democrats have been honored enough, or attacked them in any way. On the contrary the I. J. distinctly stated that it rejoiced at 'their appointment to office in many instances which it enumerated. It begins to look like that there is no extent of misrepresentation or malice to which the Advocate will not go in order to land that te race for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Eighth district. Col. Jack Chinn is making a quiet cnnvnss, while Jcre Sullivan has already commenced his abuse of Congressman Helm nnd his Tecord, which will make more votes for the Lincoln county mnn, as the people arc aware of the fact that he has been one of the most aggressive congressman against many grafters now in the covernraent service, and bus guined the plaudits of not only his own constituency, but Americans in genernl. He should have an easy lime defeating both Col. Chinn nnd Mr. Sullivan, ns neither is popu-In- r throughout the district. Mr. Sullivan has by this time seen the hand writing on the wnll nnd will no doubt pull out of the race before the primary. A prominent citizen of Richmond, who is a stockholder in the State Bank nnd Trust Co., of which Mr. Sullivan is President,' was in Winchester Friduy und declared thnt Mr. Sullivan would hnve the hardest race of his life getting a majority of the votes in his own county. A TEXAS WONDER. Mnrompth Cave. Mrs. Kate Pcttus nnd children, of Somerset, arc guests of the Simpson Houe. Misses Marguerite nnd Eliznbvth Fox hnc returned to their home in Danville after several weeks' isit to Lancaster relatives. Mm. John Rowland nnd little daughter, Dorothy Howlnnd, of Lexington, hnve been recent guests of Mrs. Lizzie Denny. Miss Elizabeth Collier left the pnrft week for a stay with Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnrles Collier in Memphis, Tenn. Miss Allie Arnold is nt home for the ncntion from Wilkesbnrre, I'enn., where she hns been teaching in the D. & D. institute. Misses Idn May and Eliznbeth Adnras, of Mt. Vernon are here for the Adams-Terri- ll nuptials. Mrs. 0. L. Blanch-nrof Huntington, West Vn., is the guest of Miss Kate Simpson. d, $3.50 to $5.00. These are all in both low shoes and regular top. Wc mcan Work Shoes Shoes, calfhY Work and kip stock, unlined and tanned by the modern processes, where the stock remains soft when old. When it comes to WORK SHOES proper, we say the "Menaci" 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. 000000000000000000 "RUSS" DILLION Announces for Magistrate In Crab Orchard District. The Interior Journal today announces W. R. Dillion ns a candidate for the republican nomination for Magistrate in the second or Crab Orchard magisterial district of Lincoln county, subject to the republican primary which will be held on August 3d. As the two CVab Orchard precincts composing this'ninris-teria- l district are normally republican, it is thought hardly probnbly that any democrat will offer for the place now held by Marshall New-lanwho wns appointed magistrate by the governor until the election can be held to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Squire K. D. Noakes. Mr. Dillion is one of the best known nnd most populnr republicans in his end of the county, nnd his friends say is an ideal man for tic magistrate's place. His petitions have 'been very largely signed. Just who will make the race against him is not definitely known ns yet as he is the first candidate to make for-raannouncement through the paper, though it is said some other well known republicans may also make the race. d, nl The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing grav el, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in hildren. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $1: One small bottle is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from Kentucky and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926. Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by Shugars and Tanner. Lancaster. Mrs. George M. Patterson is at the Spitler Sanatorium at Crab Orchard where she is hoping for much improvement in health. The Presbyterian church baa been adorned lately with newly frescoed walls, furnishing etc. The decoration of the interior was the work of Lay and Company of Cincinnati. The younger set gave un enjoyable picnic Thursday at King's Mill to two attractive visitors the Misses Dun, of Roswell, New Mexico, who are now guests their cousin Miss Marie Ballard. Mr. Silas W". Moss and fnmily moved to their home in Richmond last week. Mr. Moss sold out his dairy business to Henly V. Bnstin, who will soon run an sanitary business, having gone to Chicago to purchase new bottles and other fixtures. Mr. Moss has gone into the grain nnd feed business in Madison's capital. The following attended the dance nt Crab Orchard Springs Friday evening: Miss Maria Dunn, Rose-wel- l, New Mexico, and Mr. King, R. B. Spindle, Norfolk, Va., and Miss Lettie May McRoberts, Miss Annie Margaret Elkin nnd John McRob-eTt- s, Mr. nnd Mrs. Carlton Elkin. Dr. M. K. Denny has rented the rooms over Anderson nnd Hurt's furniture store for a dental office, the building or rpoms have been fti-te- d in up in Btyle and is modern conveniences. Thurston West, youngest Bon of Mrs. Jennie West, formerly of Lancaster, now of Washington City, who holds a good position with tho Company is making Plnnngraph good in his adopted home having received nn increase in salary. Louis Fain, who was shot nnd kille, ed in the Hotel Nicholas, in by Joseph Freemnn was a former resident of Lancaster, having been employed in the laundry here. Lnwson nnd Brown of this city, shipped a doubTe decker of lambs to the city market. V. A. Lear is making another col te te Nicho-lubvill- H. J. NcROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky Hay Rakes Hay Forks Mowing Blades Etc., at Wonder if the Advocate knows that each and every candidate, for dWWtSSifasujSS kVUIK T -- TO I Ju!v5&s--- G COLORS GUARANTEED FA5T1 m. '.$gM SUhKANDWATER ,..! m II ill State i .. llrnTiiI serious attention. The bill the Republicans in Congress got low-pricthrough was introduced by General jr DemSherwood of Ohio, a ocrat, who won his 'title on 42 battle-- s ns n Union soldier. Jt was known as the "Sherwood dollar a Day Bill" and passed the Democratic) House of Representatives easily without a scratch. But when it reached the TR AI NING SCHOOL for TEACH ERS Republican Senate tho road became rocky. It was even reported that COURSES: Preparatory, State Cer 'the President said he would veto it Life Diploma, County Certificate Special. Tuition Free to Appointees, jf it reached him in 'he liberal form it left tho Democratic House. It is Summer Term Open June 17 Very Low. Ask 'About It. Artistio Catalogue Free. Address hardly necessary to state that what Expenses did to that the : : : : Richmond. Kentucky bill Republican Senate :: J. G. CRAIIE. PmltfMt. was a plcrtty. General Sherwood didn't even recognize his child given ed lo-oalife-lon- ,Yoa can leave your windows open and the shade op lay after day, yet the sun cannot fade JT It colors are everlasting proof against tfiflJU)ltlA5r " both fading and water. No guessing - het this positively GUARANTEED instead. ThUU caly eae of its many advantages over other mattings. H has no odor at all, can be sewed like any carpet, trt can't sift through it sanitary beautiful lainty patterns and colorings easy to keep clean and, best ml aJJ, the price won't scare you. Well cheerfully show you a nice assortment and floor cov tel yen more about this unusual w ny not y when you're ready, jisr tomc of m" rHBt Congress is required by federal law to submit in affidavit form, an itemized list of his expenditures in his campaign for the nomination and election, and also what offices be has promised and for what considThese campaign stateeration T ments are public property, and we will be able then to see which of the candidates for congress in this district has done the "promising" the Advocate complains of. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Camnitz, of Hustonville, are receiving the congratulations of their many friends upon the arrival of a handsome young son, who has been named Howard, Jr. The proud father is the leading pitcher on the Pittsburg National League club this season, and is making a great record this glad to know. PROF. IRELAND To Devote Most of Summer To In- W.EHiggins Stanford, Ky. a stitute Work. Prof. J. W. Ireland leaves early in July for his institute work over the state this summer. It is very doubtful if there is another educator in Kentucky who is half as much in demand ns an institute instructor as the popular aud able superintendent of the Stanford schools. He has about completed his work as a member of the State Board of Examiners nnd will devote the greater part of the summer to the institute work. His engagements are as follows: 5 July Madison County at Richmond. July Woodford, Franklin, Scott and Jessamine counties at 1-8-- 12 Thi Lincoln CiHuty National Bank Corner Next to Court House Stanford, Kantuoky Capital - Surplus- - - $100,000 $100,100 Frankfort. July Louisa. 22-2- 35-1- 0 For years' the pensioners have been asking for an increase but it was not until a Democratic congress lind been elected that the matter was Lawrence county nt county 0 Bath 5-- nt First on Hanor Roll in Stanford and Lincoln County Fint in Central and South-eas- t Kentucky Tenth in State of Kentucky Owings-vill- e. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. 9 Aug. Gallatin County at Warsaw. 0 Aug Assists in Anderson County at Lawrencehurg. Aug. 19-2- 3 Montgomery County nt Mt. Sterling. Aug. 20-3- 0 Assists in Christian County nt Hopkinsville. Sept. 0 Fulton county at 12-12-- Deposit Bank of Stanford, chartered March 9, 1854. It's successor : National Bank of Stanford, organized June 2, 1865. Reorganized as The woman of today who has good health, good temper, good sense, bright eyes and a lovely complexion, the result of correct living nnd good digestion, wins the admiration of tho world. If your digestion if faulty Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver tablets will correct it. For sule by Pcnnj's Drug Store. OCTOIER 3, 1SS2 This Bank has been in successful and uninterrupted operation for 58 years, and is worthy of the confi-denc- e of the public. Open an account with ,us today. First National Bank JLJM"! rnamm -- "Ff ' .' JW ?i.'.l W. "W',,ll'j Ift ," 2- III! SEVERANCE SON f " THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY TUESDAY. JUNE 25, 1912 1 - & OUR GREAT JULY SALE J I BEGINS SATURDAY, JUNE 29TH 1 r - SEVERANCE SON WAIT FOR THIS GREATEST of all great clearance sales. Don't spend your money and regret it, because we will have in this sale more desirable and seasonable goods than ever before at such low prices that other stores never even attempt to duplicate. We will offer in this sale hundreds of pretty dresses and suits at most temptingly low prices. Small lots of goods from every department. Our remnant counter will be a great attraction, with short lengths of all kinds of materials: White goods, Ginghams, Percales, Linens, Mattings odd pairs lace curtains, curtain nets, cottons, etc. We will have on sale Dresses, Suits, Skirts, Silk Petticoats, Wash Petticoats, Hosiery, Men's Underwear, Men's Shirts, Shoes, Suspenders; Rugs, Umbrellas, Hats, Suit Cases. In fact, you can spend a profitable day at this store, picking up the many bargains we have to offer you. This is a feast for the bargain seeker. We will have a competent seamstress to do all alterations, FREE of charge, right in the store during this sale. SEE LARGE BILL FOR PARTICULARS. June 29th to July 13th, inclusive. "I STANFORD J SEVERANCE & SON Miss Pauline Uockcr is visiting her grandfather, Mr. Alex Denny and other relatives in Lancaster. Miss Minnie May Robinson has returned to her home at Lancaster, ufter ft visit to her cousin, Miss Jean Paxton. After the sad errand hat been accomplished at Crab Orchard last week that of burying the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Brooks Mrs. Brooks was persuaded by her father, Mr. J. II. Grimes, to return home with him and rest a couple of nights in her old home and to see SHORT LOCAL NEWS her aired nnd feeble grandmother. Returning to Crab Orchard Thurs Typewriter, good as new; for sale day morning, the family left Mon-du- y cheap. Mrs, Jnroes McBee. 49-2moniiiii; for their home in At lanta, Ga. Hirrodsburg Leader. Please remember the Ladies' Aid Ourini- - in trin liif.li nrirp of every Society, of the Christian church will meet with Mrs. Will Baughmnn Fri- thing to eat, we will be compelled to day afternoon June 26th at 2 o'clock rnise our price on siogio ineuis 10 All members are requested to be 35 cents, beginning nt once. 45-- Cover's restaurant. present. To Pike Contractors. All perWhooping Cough is not dangerous sons having contracts for repairing when the cough is kept l"oe and turnpike roads, will please forwnrd expectoration easy by giving 's and execute their bond. Judge J. P. Cough Remedy. It has been 51-Bailey, Judge. in many epidemics of this disease with perfect success, lor sale by Lost ,a black hnnd bag, between G. L. Penn3 town and Will Shanks' place on Helm to Speak in Casev. Somerset pike, Monday. Finder Congressman Harvey Helm will be will please return to this office 51-- 1 in Liberty on the first Monday in July, the opening of circuit court The directors of the Knights of nnd will speak to the demoerflts of Pythias fair have been called to Casey there that day in the interest meet by President J. II. Woods here of his candidacy for to Thursday nfternoon nt three o'clock Congress. He is desirous of meeting nil his friends in Liberty that There is one medicine that every day. family should be provided with nnd during especially summer the For Sale. Two fine upright months; viz, Chamberlain's Colic, pianos; will sell at a sacrifice, and Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It one player piano. Address B. C. It Fulton, cnTO JntarWr Journal ofis almost certain to be needed. costs hut a quarter. Can you afford fice, Stanford, Ky. t. lo be without itT For sale by Penny's Drug Store. For Rent. Three good rooms and kitchen, downstairs, garden and Mammoth Cave. stable room if wanted. Apply to 4C-t- f. Lincoln county's trip to Mam- Mrs. Susan B. Yeager. moth Cave will be July 17th. The Insure with the leadinq comround tnp railroad fare from all All expenses nt panies. Fish & Bromley represent stations, $4.35. Cave hotel .15.50 for two days trip. them. All lines. The latter nmount includes vour or Rent. McKinney For board nt Cave Hotel nnd the 6ever-n- l Coal & Sale property. Feed If not sold routes through the Cave, making by the first of July will rent. This tho two days is the business part of the property the total expense for outing $0.85. Limit on tickets 10 consisting of one lot, 150 feet at days going on regular morning trnni railroad track, one coal bin 92 feet 4:40 A. M. Write or phone L. & N. long, one warehouse 30xC0 feet another warehouse office and scale Agent. bnilding combined 24x52 feet, and a first class wagon scale in connection THIS LADY'S Best piece of business property in tho town of McKinney, first class G00D APPETITE territory for business, trade now established on Coal feed lime cement salt, brick. For any further inforMrs. Rmscii, t Utter Fre mation in regard to this property, call to, see or write E. 0. GOOCH, RfeMle, Tells How She Gabled H. McKinney, Ky. 4. Cham-berlnm2. 4C-351-3- KENTUCKY SOCIAL and PERSONAL Miss Emily Murphy is visiting her brother, Mr. J. T. Murphy at Frank- fort. Minn Mny Phelps, who bag been veiling Mrs. Iticliard Hockcr, has returned to Richmond. MisH Hcttio Warren is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. F. Garnctt at Crab Orchard. Men. Vk. 0. Martin and Jack Newbern, are camping with a crowd oo the Cumberland river. Mrs. James Mention has returned home at Lebanon Junction after a visit to relatives here. Mrs. J. W. Rryant tins returned home from Ashland where she bar been visiting her sister Mrs. Ilybee. James Tribble is visiting bis grandfather, J. C. Pickett st Mays-vill- e. Mrs. C. L. Elder, who has been the jruest f her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Long has returned to her home in Dallas, Tex. Miss Willie Wilkinson, of Lancaster, who hns been visiting Miss Gertrude Wilkinson, left Monday to visit friends and relatives at Liberty. Miss Eks'w Moore, of Covington, Mrs. Eliza Ilaney, of Vincennes, Ind., and sister, Mm. Sarah Walters, of Kingsville, arc the guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Reynolds. Miss Stella Hupley, who has just concluded a very successful terra teaching in the School for the Deaf, nt Olnthe, Kansas, is home for the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Rupley. RECORD OF A GREAT MEDICINE Doctors Could Not Help Mrs. Tetnpleton Regained Health through Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound. Hooper, Nebraska "I am very glad to tell how Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has helped me. For five years I suffered from female troubles so I was scarcely able to do my "rk. I took doctors' medicines and n WM treatments but was not helped. 1 .lad such awful bearing down pain and my back was so weak I could hardly walk and could not ride. I often had to sit up nights to sleep and my friends thought I could not live long. At my request my husband got roe a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I commenced to By the time I bad taken the take seventh bottle my health had returned and I began doing my washing and was a wellwoman. Atonetimeforthreeweeks I did all the work for eighteen boarders with no signs of my old trouble returning. Many have taken your medicine after seeing what it did for me. I would not take flOOO and bo where I was. You have my permission to use my name if SUSIE it will aid anyone."-M- rs. Hooper, Nebraska. ThePinkham record is a proud and peerless one. It is a record of constant victory over the obstinate ills of woman ills that deal out despair. It is an established fact that Lydia E. it Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has to thousands of such sufferWhy ing women. ftal don'tyoutryitlfyou neediuch a medicineT Miss Etta Hellc Root, of Danville, is here vihiting friends. Mis.8 Mary Wilson, of Crab Orchard, is the guest of Miss Mary K. Uuddcrar. Mr. Howard Wyaft, of Mt. Sterling, was the guest of Miss Nancy Yenger Sunday and Monday. Mrs. J. R. Harris is in London, visiting her parents, Rev. nnd Mrs. W. S. Qrinstend. Mr. S. C. Lackey, of HarroJeburg, has been here several days on business. Mr. J. W. Sweeney and daughter Martha Wnrd, of Lancaster were here Friduy. Mrs. J. II. Deck nnd children, of Wiluiore, have returned home after a viiit to Mr. Win. Heck and family. Mr. CurttWi!ion and sister Mis Ethel Wilson, of Crnb Orchnrd, are filing Miss Lillinn Elliott nt Covington. Messrs. W. D. Uullock nnd B. D. Johnson, wrre here from Lebanon Snturdny advertising the Chautauqua. Mrs. P. W. Carter and daughters Misses Mary and Claudia, arc attending the Chautauqua in Danville this week. The Warren Grigsby Chnpter, U. D. ( will meet with Mrs. II. J. Tuesday afternoon nt three o'clock. Mrs. A. T. Linney nnd little son A. T. Jr., of Lexington, are the guests ol Mr. S. L. Burdcttc and family. Misses Lena Trnylor, Willie Belle HollJtcluw, Vcrcie Hester, nnd Jen-ni- o Lawrence, were the guests of Miss Mary Anderson, of Prenchers-ill- p Inst week. Mr. Albert Holtclaw, who has Seen here visiting his father, Mr. Waller Holtzclnw, has returned to ndinnnpolis, Ind., wheTc ho hns a good position. Messrs. J. F. Cnmmins, L. R. Hughes. Supt. Q. Singleton, Dr. E. J. Brown, nnd Prof J. W. Irelnnd, nre in Louisville attending the Kentucky Educntionnl Association. Mrs. B. F. Hubbard and daughter, Miss Bessie Hubbard, of Richmond, nre visiting Mr. J. W. Brnckett and family and ttber relatives here. Mr. Will Cox nnd daughter, Miss Mary, Mr. nnd Mrs. James Cox and Mrs. Mary Cox nnd son, J. 'f. Cox, of Lnwrencburg, attended the burial of Mr. George ft Wcaren, hero Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Dora Hoover nnd daughter, Mr. Bert Prosser and wife, from Chicogo and Mr. W. II. Payne and wife of Bedford, Ind., are visiting their father, II. S. Payn, at Crab Orchnrd and will return home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scudder and son, who have been in Phoenix, Arizona for some time, nre here on a visit to friends and relatives. They went to Richmond Saturday to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Iluguely and Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Scudder. Miss Mary Mooro Rnney was the hostess recently for the Bach Club at a very chnrming tennis party, when Miss Elizabeth Higgins and Mr. Welch Rochester won the prizes for tho best pluyurs. During tho vacation tho Club is studying outlines of musical history nnd each member will prepare ft papor on a subject pertaining to American music. Theso papers will bo graded by judges and tho best quo published in tho Interior Journal. Stop, look at our window Croquet Sets from 75 cents to. $3.50. Penny's The Rexnll Store. services at the Presbyterian church, Wednesday evening June 2Gth nt 7:30. Subject "Christ is a Teacher.' There will he an opportunity for the practice of church music at the close of this service. Mid-we- The Independent A FeeJinq of Security. You naturally feel secure when you know that the medicine you are about to take is absolutely pure and contains no harmful producing drugs Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great Kidney, Liver nnd Bladder Remedy. The same standard of purity, strength and excellence is maintained in every bottle of Swamp-Roo- t. Swamp-Rois scientifically compounded from vegetable herbs. It is not a stimulant and is taken in lenspoonful doses. It is not recommended for everything. It is nature's great helper in relieving nnd overcoming kidney, liver and bladder troubles. A sworn statement of purity is with every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's ot Ticket may look good to SOME people, but if you will wear one of our Hart, Schaffner & Marx All Wool Suits, you will look good to" of Roosevelt's -- I Swamp-Roo- t. If you need a medicine, you should have the best. If you nre already convinced that Swamp-Rois what you need, you will find it on sale at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, fifty-cen- ts and ot une-doll- EVERYBODY. Sample Bottle Swamp-Ro- ot Free Bing-hamto- By Mail. n, Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. Y., for a sample bottle, freo by mail it 'will convince. You will also receive booklet of valuable information, telling all about the kidneys. When writintr be sure nnd mention the Stanford Interior Journal. Semi-Weekly Prices Cut On Summer Stock (UMMINS jfr J.L.Beazley &Co P ft p y $t ,eBo9 I EAREN 4l UNDERTAKERS AND DEALALSO ER IN FURNITURE, RUQ8. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE MAT-TING- S, Stanford, Kentucky Home of H. S. & M. All Wool Clothes Mobile, Ala. "I suffered for mtcs yean, with womanly trouble," writes Mrs. Sigurd Hansen in a letter from this city. "I felt weak and always had a headache and waa always going to the doctor. At last I waa operated on, and felt better, but soon I had the same trouble. Teachers' Institute will be held here the first week in Julv. Prof. D. W. Bridges, )f Richmond, will instruct the white teacheTS and Prof T. J. Smith, of Versailles, will instruct the colored tenchers. July 4th, will be Trustee day. G. Singleton, Supt. Mr husband atked me to try Cardui. I felt better after the first bottle, and A meeting of tho directors of tho now, I hare a good appetite and sleep doctor tells K. of P. Fnir Association is called well. I feel fine, and the me I am looking better than be ever at .1 o'clock Thursday June 27th. J. F. Cummins, Seo'y. saw me." It you are sick and miserable, and suffer from any ol the pains due to erin or Ohio cm or Toiipo, If Lucia oobntt. womanly trouble try Cardui. FUN J. CHtNir maaa cath that h h Mh Co.. data U arm ol r. J. Chink (malum in successful because It it rvtui cl the Citr ol Tolrdo. Count r u4 sute Cardui is mm ol tlurruU. and lht ukl Orm will pay the 1 composed ot ingredients that have been ONU IIUNimU) DOLLAItS lor nth evfrr cue ol l'ATia tint caooot be cured tr Ue uie ol found to act curatlvely on the womanmu. emu FIUSK 3 CIENEV ly constitution. Sworn to before me and uberrlUO la my lnecoce. For more than fifty years, it has beea lota Itb day ot December, A. l.. IBM. A. W. OLEASOtf. used by women of all ages, with creat , Noiaai I'ciue. I success. Try it. Your druggist sells it. Ju'llY Catarrh Cure to taken InternallT ml Kit directly upoo the blood end muroua lurum ol the N. B- .- Writ lor ladltt' AJvUory Dtt.. tratlmoolak, tree. f bptcva llteui. Bend lor nooia Mfilcln. Co.. Chaitanoota. J"-- . Tiutmaal CO.. Toledo, a J CIILNCV Horn. book. liuiructumi, and Sold br til DruKlitf, Ite. Weaxu," Mat la plain wrapper, on requt. et Tail UaU raiuuv WLH lor coutlpaUon, SPRING SUITING My new spring and summer sam ples are now ready for your inspec tion. They comprise the best on the market. I can suit anyone as to price who had his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure is preferable to ready made clothes. To have them made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready made when quality and fit is con sidered. Come in and let me take your measure. H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. Fountain Shirts The pattern you like In the size you want See Us Before Buying Your Spring Goods Have nice Selection of Drug-Mattings, Carpets, Kls, Curtains, etc. (The Correct Styles In Millinery. Come and see our Stock and be convinced. vj a. 1 pn: nwm, msm,u W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky. ti t iio. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY TUESDAY, JUNE 25 1912 the A FARMERS thftt Tobacco Huil insurnnco now, before the Hnil comes. It costa no more. 47-t- f. R. M. Newlnnd, Agent. Single meals arc now 33 cents at (lover's restaurant but wo fed so well, you'll find they're worth every 45-- 1. cent of it. The I. J. can got you the Louisville Times, daily, from now to November 30 for $1.23 cash in advance. Misses Geo and Georgia Brown, I will atnnd my black, highly bred visited Mi?s Lucy bull nl my Turin fie miles south of of Parksville, on the Somerset pike nt $1 llnnklu on Friday. Stanford 49-C. W. Lovell. Mr. M. P. Elkin, State CommanD. P. Knnkin bought GO barrels of der of the K. O. T. M. witnessed the corn from Perry Tuggle at $3. inauguration of a nice class of canCress nnd Jones shipped two car- didates into that order bore Thursloads of lumbs Tuesday from Row- day evening. land: one load Wednesday nnd 4 Mrs. J. H. Dodds nnd Miss Fannie vn Thursday; these cars McDonald, of Danville, were recent contained ICO head to the load nnd guests of Mrs. II. II. McDonnld. were ei.t to Tntem, Emlrry nnd Co., Miss Lizzie Urfer has returned of Louisville; this Lincoln stock from a visit to friends in Louisville. firm made the following purchases: Miss Susie Hoberts is visituig from A. n. Denny, of Garrard, CO Miss Aline Grubbs in Lexington. lambs at 0 4 cents, averaging 70 Miss Bessie Wright is in Somerpounds; from YV. P. Grimes 40 set, the guest of Miss Luln Hines. lambs nt 0 2 cents; from Mrs. ' Elizabeth Parks, of Parks-villH. T. Traylor 40 nt 0 cents nnd Mrs. Idn Watson, of St. from H. C. Dudderar, 20 Louis, nnd Mr. Mose Parks, of lambs nt G cents; from W. L. Fields Pnrksville, visited Mrs. Alice Brown- lnmbs nt 0 4 cents field nnd Mrs. C. B. Robinson over 73 from J. ('. Kubanks 30 Sunday. lambs at 7; from lten Martin 33 Mrs. William Caskey and two chillambs nt 0 2 cents. dren are visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Mnry Frances Wells. w' Junction City. L'ev. George W. Holder, of Lex' Mrs. G. S. Cosby has returned ington, preached nt the Christian church Sunday. from n visit to relatives' in ParksMrs. J. R. Steele nnd Misses Mary ville. Mr. Fleece Ewing, of Shelby City, and Ada Steele are visiting relais now engaged in the mill at that tives in Parksville. Mrs. Frederick Harris nnd Miss place. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Phillip, are Emma Vansickle, of Danville, visitvisiting the former's parents, Mr. ed Me3dames R. II. McDonald nnd and Mrs. II. W. Phillips, &i Liberty. Jnmes W. Clarkson on Wednesday. Miss Lucy Ilankla has returned Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Highland, of from a brief visit to Misses Myrtle Paris, nnd Mrs. A. B. Ely, of Ohio, who have been visand Cleo Brown, in Parksville. Mrs. Joseph Cos, of Cleaton, Ky., iting Mrs. A. B. Ely, have returned is a guest of Miss Lula Cox. to their respective homes. Mr. Frnncis Powell, who recently Missos Laurn Kelley and Annie graduated at the school here, Cosby were in Danville Friday and has gotten a position with the Q. Saturday, taking in the teacher's & C. railway in Danville. examination. Mr. Tobacco Grrwer. 4. rnr-lond- fl 3-1-e, 1-1-- for nalc nt rcnl bargain prices. Scud for description circular. V. A. Cofp. fey & Son, McKinncy, Ky.. 48-l- few registered Tnmworth pigs Come To The Old Fashioned Country Fair Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias, at Stanford Qet August 21, 22 and 23, For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. Report of tlio Condition of the LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK. Report of the Condition of the. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, nt Stanford, in the stato of Kentucky, at the close of business, June 14th, J912. Resources: Lonns nnd discounts . 49 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 0,380 07 Lf. S. Bonds to secure circulation 100,000 00 Other bonds to secure U. S Deposits 8,000 00 Ronds, securities etc .. 29,500 00 Hnnk house, fur, & fix . . C,300 00 Due from Nat. banks (ntft reserve agents) 2,803,70 Due from npproved reserve ngents 7,782 92 Checks nnd other cash : items 103 15 Notes of other Nat. banks ..460 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 554 41 Specie $13,800 00 $3'-,5,73" at Stanford, in the state of Kentucky, nt the close of business June 14th, 1012. 7G Resources: Loans nnd discounts ..$183,945 Overdrafts, secured 4,442 nnd unsecured U, S. Bonds to Secure 50,000 circulation If O Tl I. tu ........ .". i)Ui)U9 t,uia 1,000 U. S. Deposits COO, Prcms on U. S. bonds . 2,345 Bonds, Securities, etc . 0,023 Bank house fur. & fix . 2,441 Other real estate owned Due from Nat. Banks (not reserve agents) 1,130 Due from state and private banks and bankers, Trust Companies, nnd 899 Savings banks Duo from npproved re5,0GG serve agents Checks and other cash 4 Items Legnl-teud1,500 00 1G,300 00 Notes of other Nat. banks 3,200 notes Fractional paper currency Redemption fund with U. S 585 nickels nnd cents Treas. (5 per cent of cirSpecie $3,753 33 culation) ..' 5,000 00 10 00 00 00 00 00 80 99 .... 70 33 80 00 92 er .... Legal-tend- er hh will make more money for their owner than four, cows with "gravity setting." Thousands upon thousands of cow owners have already proved this statement for themselves; any experienced dairyman will verify, it for you. With such a big saving It 'is hard to understand why any cow owner should try to get along without a De Laval Cream Separator. If you are selling cream or making butter, and have no separator, or else an Inferior machine, we know If we could put a De Laval on your place we would be doing you a personal favor. If you haven't a separator don't make the mistake of starting with a "cheap" or Inferior machine. When you do buy a separator as sooner or later you surely will be sure to get the best the De Laval. Remember that you can't make money by trying to save money In the purchase of a cream separator. A De Laval only costs a little more than the cheapest and will save you twice as much and last five to tea times as long as other separators. Before you buy a Cream Separator be sure to . SEE AND TRY A DE LAVAL 2,410 00 11,103 33 notes $507,048 Redemption fund with U. S. Treas. (3 per cent cirLiabilities: 2,500 00 culation) . $100,000 00 Capital stock paid in Surplus fund 100,000 00 TOTAL $275,955 93 Undivided profits, less expenses nnd taxes paid ..7,334 07 Liabilities: State Bank notes outCapital stock paid in ...$50,000 00 standing 100,000 00 25,000 00 Due to. other Nnt. banks.. 1,856 21 Surplus fund Undivided profits, less Due to State and Private expenses paid 3,003 51 4 50 Banks and Bankers . . National Bank notes outIndividual deposits standing 50,000 00 subject to Due to other National check $170,590 99 Banks 2,120 30 Demand certificntes 99 Individual deposits subject of deposit 14,500 to check 123,030 35 Postal savings dede140 04 Demand certificates of posits posits 7,000 00 Bills payable, including cerPostal savings detificates of deposit for posits $1,030 money borrowed 5,000 00 Bills payable, including cer1,522 83 Reserved for taxes ... tificntes of deposit for 14,5GS 27 money borrowed TOTAL $507,048 04 State of Kentucky county of LinTOTAL $275,955 93 coln, Set: State of Kentucky, county of I, W. M. Bright, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly Lincoln, ss; I, II. C. Baughman, Cnshier of the swear that the above statement is do solemnly above tme 'to the best of my knowledge swenr named bank, statement is that the above nnd belief. W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier true to the bet of my knowledge Subscribed nnd bwom to before belief. II. C. BAUGHMAN, V. and me this 20th day of June 1912, Cashier. W. Saunders, Notary Public. Subscribed and sworn to before W. If. Shanks, Correct Attest: me this 22nd day of Jnne 1912, W. A. T. Nunnelley, J. B. Paxton, DirM. Bright, Notary Public. ectors. Correct Attest: J. S. Hocker, S. T. Harris, .7. M. Pettus, Directors. COL. CHINN OUT TOTAL C4 etc., see nny agent of Southern rail- Standing In L. L. Sanders' Contest. way. NATIONAL BANK Lil Garner K. D. Strntton, D. P. A., Evans-vill331,200 OF HUSTONVILLE. Ind. T. J. Connell, D. P. A., Mnyme Holmnn 318,433 303,451 at Hustonville, in the State of Ken- St. Louis, Mo., B. Ii. Todd D. IV A. Mrs. Dave Newlnnd 278,110 tucky, at the close of business, June Louisville, Ky., J. C. Beam, A. G. P. Mrs. Dove Gamer A., St. Louis, Mo. 200,700 Susie Butt 14th, 1912. Eva Fletcher 108,200 Resources: 150,473 Our big sale is now on. Prices Ida Lee Campbell Loans nnd discounts ..$122,315 03 low on anything. Sam Robinson. Cecil Garner 103,131 Overdrafts, secured nnd ,. 50,784 Hnttie Bogie 1,032 32 unsecured 50,099 I can make your old straw hats Mnlinla Howard U. S. Uonds to secure cir- look like new. Also clean and press Bertha Rogers 33,184 50,000 00 filiation your clothes nicely. Give mo a trial. Bessie Reynolds 14,820 400 00 Prems. on U. S. Bonds Harry Broaddus, next door to Trib-bl- e. Marie White 10,370 2,900 00 Bank house, fur. & fix Kiln Davis 2,302 Due from Nut. Banks (not 1,933 10 reserve agents) Due from state and private banks nnd bankers, Trust Companies nnd Savings 910 30 Banks Due from approved re20,039 42 serve agents The best preparation for headache Checks and other ensh Is made by your Druatlst 202 07 ,. items Notes of other National 033 00 Banks Fractional paper currency, Just a little better 'han any other. J75 00 nickels and cents . . . Honestly we do not know how It Specie $7,821 00 could be Improved, at any price, and Legal-tendwe have had ten years' experience 1,090 00 8,911 00 notes with it. too. Redemption Fund with U. S A GENEROUS BOX 10c. Treas. (5 per cent ciryou had It vou have a severe couah culation) 2,500 00 better see your family physician That's the safest thlno. to do in all TOTAL $212,109 85 cases but for any ordinary couqh our Syrup White Pine Tar Is the Liabilities best thinq you can aet. We have It Capital stock paid in ...$50,000 00 in 25 cent and 50 cent bottles, and Surplus fund 19,000 00 It Is guaranteed. Undivided profits, less ex- We are sellfnq lots of our Cold Tabjwnjes nnd taxes paid . 2,553 51 lets these days. We auarantee them National Bank notes outto cure a cold in one night. Our auarstanding antee Is a personal auarantee. 4S.750 00 Money back if not Satisfied. Due to other Not. banks . . 449 72 Individual deposits sub91,351 02 ject to check e, Report of the Condition of the O a Perfection Headache Cure PENNY PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Phone No. 2. TOTAL $212,109 85 State of Kentucky, county of .... .... Lincoln, ss: I, J. W. Hocker, cashier vf the above named bank, do solemnly swenr that the nbove statement is true to the best of my knowledge nnd belief. J. W. HOCKER, Cashier. Sub-crib- D ii ii a rence jusiKeceivea We have several secondhand Buggies for sale T T and sworn to before me this 22nd day of June 1912. J. W. Hoskins Notarv Public. Mv com- mission expires February 19th. 1912. 1 i ii Car of drian Wire .T 1 Correct Attest: Kdnnrd Alcorn, Direc- J. W. Powell, W. G. Cowan. tors. SOUTHERN RAILWAY P! 'J Premier Carrier of the South. Summer in the Western North Carolina Mountains Most beautiful America, loftiot s Withdraws From Rare For gress In This District. Con- Lancaster, Ky. June 24. J. O. NEWLAND JBBEsisHMaHaaaaaMHaHaaaHMiMaaaiEHHHBSBaaiaHBaaiHaaaMiMiK STANFORD Horse and Mule Feed ' Iff 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 , I I today. J. H. Baughman Phone 1 1 Jtanford, Kentucky. Co, In a speech delivered at the court house here this afternoon, Col. Jack China withdrew from the race for Congress in the Eighth Congres-iondistrict. He gave various renins for his withdrawal, in n characteristic race, but it has been evident for some time that the doughty Colonel was the dark hor.se in the race with little chance of winning. Staniord lns't week. Friends of Congressman Hurvey Helm say that the withdrawal of SPECIAL EXCURSION TO THE Col. Pliinn muL'ps Ins rnrn nil tlw easier, and that he will win now by a larger majority than ever, being assured ot the vote'of Mercer coun-t- v, where he has always been very strong, but where it was thought Round Trip from Danville, Ky. $7.50 li'iiiuii inline bun jinue nugui re-- j ASHEVILLE, N. Q "Land of the Sky' turn n small majority for Col. Chinn. HENDERSON, N. C ) v,w (. Waynesville, N. C. S "Sapphire Country" Hustonville $9.50 LAKE TOXAWAY, N. C Mrs. Sandy Carpenter and attrac Special through tra in, consisting of electric-lighte- d tive daughter, Miss Eddie T. visited i Pullman, Observation and Drawing room Mrs. Sophia Carpenter lust Monday. I Sleeping Cars, Dining Car and Day Coaches, will Mrs. Smith Yowell's hospitable home was opened to the regular leave Danville nt 10:05 P. M. July 10. A very , meeting of the W. C. T. U. Return limit July 25, 1912. Liberal Stop over excellent program was rendered un ivileges. Tickets aUo good on icgular trains. der the leadership of Mrs. J. K. For full information cull ou nny Ticket Agent or write: Ranchman, Mrs. W. S. Willis nnd H. C. KING, Passenger and TickMrs. R. A. Lipps, gave reports from et Agent, 101 East Main Street, the district convention held nt T.tin Lexington, K. easier. W. A. BECKLER, General PasNew mrn.bers are being coiit!iufil-l- v senger Agent, Ingalls Building, Cinenlisted in the local organization. cinnati, Ohio. Mrs. James Ynwell donned the whito ribbon ot the last mcctinsr. DIVERSE ROUT. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Reynierson, of (C. N. 0. & T. P. RY.) Go direct and return via ChattaEllisburg passed through hete Monin Connection With nooga, Lookout Mountain, or day en toiite to Danville. Southern Railway. a. Mrs. John McKinney was here $1.50 additional Tuesday shopping. ul Mr. and Mrs. Chnrles Wheeler nnd Worthinston, attended Ihe funeral of Dr. Bogle at Danville Int Tuesday. Mrs. Lelin Cook and Mrs. Bess McKinney wero hero Tuesday with friends. Messrs. Clarence Alstott and Hugh Thompson und children were here for n short time Wednesday. Miss Maggie Allen visited Mrs. John LyiMi last week. MNs Margaret MoConmick visited here sister, Mrs. J. IL Woods nt Rev. Plain and Miss Mountains in nil east of "the i! Rockies. Including "The Land of olo the Skv", "The Sapphire Country". "The BaUamV. Greatly Reduced Round Trip Tickets . Aiheville Principal ic.iorts: Hal-aWnynesville, Hot Springs, Black Mountain, Ridgecrest, Hender" i!i sonville. Lake Toxnwny nnd Fuir-fielBrevuid, Tyron, Snhln, Flat s Rock, nnd many other delightful oloo places. Beautifying illustrated MOHOHO"VW4MOMOIOiOMOOMOaiOOWOHOWOOB4IO "OJri iooaoaooaoaoaoaoM)ai9oa3a)MooMoaAaoaiaMaj booklets descriptive of this country M9OMOOHi)aoaooioaoMaoMoBaoaooaaanMooa'v nnd giving full information relative to hotels, b.mrding houses ,etc, now leady for distribution. For detniled information ns to rates schedules i ii !! ii II E. T. Pence Stanford, Kentucky d,' ii a Do You Want a Silo? 8 Mountains of Western North Carolina Wednesday, July 10, 1912 IH This cut shows you what we are now prepared to construct ...J I 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 contract ed tor six and cannot build but a limited number, so you had better not delay, but get in next. We have the territory bf Lincoln and Garrard counties. Telephone 136 vice-vers- PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. oi