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W'J ', , IJH The Largest Circulation of Anv Country Newspaper In Kentucky. The Interior Journal. NO. 62 Q- - WEATHER FORECAST Generally Fair Friday and Saturday. KOL'KDKl) 1800. 53,1 YF.AR. STANFORD, LINCOLN COINTY, KENTUCKY. HIIDAY, Jl'Nh r 2. 101.'. CANDIDATES TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. - Tomorrow Will Witness the Close of the I. J's. Great Prize Popularity Contest Just Piano, those 24 Hours More to Decide the W kiners of that $350 O 1 BIG CELEBRATION OF THE LEADING JUDGES OF THE CONTEST genThe following tlemen have consented to act as judges of the Interior Journal's well-kno- 4th AT HUSTONVILLE Base Ball and Athletic Event$vFea- turcs of Program Late News From West End. Hustonvilic, June 27. uuspices of the Base Hull Club nt Hoskin's Park July 4th there will be a grand picnic and celebration. The gate opens nt 9 o'clock und if you wunt to have tho time of your life, come and brinjf the children. Theie will bo prizes given for sack races, sprinters and many others, too numerous to mention. Nothing less thuti $1 to the winners. Ices, lemonade, etc. will bo served on tho grounds. Plenty of shnde and ceuts. Hull game ut 3 P. M. Features of the duy will bo: Running nice, 100 yurd dush, barrel tuce, 50 yaids, ball thrown by girl, ball thrown by boy, sack race, 25 jnrds; best looking couple under 20 yenrs of uge; ugliest couple under 30 years of uge. A grund prize uwuided for each event. Good tuusic by McKinney Hand. A ball game Hustonville vs Liberty will be played at 3:30 P. M. Mr. Sam Heck, of McKinney, came over to the ball game here Sat urday aftornoou. Mr. und Mrs. It. M. 'Into left for Louisville Monday to complete u dent for a 1913 fceven passenger automobile, truding their old car in. Mr. Smith Yowell visited her husband, S. D. Yowell at Danville Under the I I I Don't TonlghU If you Hustle from now until the cosing neglect any Hour, you may Still Turn Defeat Into Victory. Don't Opportunity to Secure Votes an U Subscriptions for the race Is goyou will need every ing to Be Fast and Furious at the Finish and Vote to Win. Tomarrl. and Other Valuable Prizes. Work hard Great Prize Popularity Contest to a close Saturcomes day, June 29th, at 9 P. M. which MR. M. B. SALIN, Cashier State Hank & Trust Co. MR. W. W. SAUNDERS, Bookkeeper Firsf National Bank. Mr. J. W. ROCHESTER, As'st Cashier Lincoln County Jntionnl Dank. &- -- Clark Leads on First Ballot at Democratic National Convention at Baltimore Mighty Struggle on Today For Democratic Nomination For President Resolution Bryan Put Through Drastic "Dark Horses" Prominent. n demonstration lasting about half an hour. Champ Clark was then presented nnd for more than an hour his friends kept up their Simeon E. Baldwin wai then placed in nomination. When Woodrow Wilson's name was mentioned his friends started n demonstration which delayed tho nominating siecch nn hour and forty minutes. The names of Gov. Harmon und Gov. Marshall were then presented. , William Jennings Bryan. Thursday night led the Democratic convention into u declaration of progressive-l'p-- s, unheard of in political history. A resolution introduced by him, which was passed by a majority, declared the convention opposed to the nomination of any candidate for President under obligation to J. Pierpont Morgan, Thos. F. Ryan, August Belmont or any "privilege seeking class." The convention was thrown into a furor by the proposition, which as originally introduced, called for the withdrawal of Ryan and Belmont, delegates from Virginia nnd New Yoik respectively. Thl? part of tho resolution was resented aa invading the richts of soverign State and when its full import became known boos, nnd catcalls, jeers and hisses were mingled with handclappimp, cheers nnd etnmping of feet in tho calleries and on the floor. Bryan and Senator O'Gorm, of New York, are drafting the platform which will be distinctively two-thir- HELP YOUR "FAVORITE" TO WIN You Would F"l Mlnhty Back On Her at tnlsElcvc nth Hour. Suuscfip-- d $350 Piano for lack of the Votes your Mean If she Lost a Your Subscription In Before 9 P. Hon would bring. Bring or Sen Go Ci HOW THEY STAND TODAY 252,275 109,105 188,125 187,920 178,915 174,015 M., Saturday. ) i rf Interior Journal' Great HunPrize Popularity Contest. this part o Kendred o people tucky are watching with interest the outtomo oC this great race ami are soadcrin" vlw ill bo 'ho lucky owner oHIipso valuable prizes after June 29th. It w going to be a fast and furious race at the finish, so don't neglect any possible opporfor tunity to sccutc subscription will need ecry vote you can you possibly secure. The contest will come to a for-mclone at 0 o'clock tomorrow At that hour, the doors of the office will be locked and no one will bo allowed to enter thereafter. If you are present at that time, jour report will be received but if jou coma after the doors have been locked, you will be the loser. Immediately nftcr the last settlement have been received and the last of the vote certificates have beeu deposited, the judges wilt begin tlu This work of counting tbe vote- -. task will be no small one and it must not umcccssurily be delayed. Be Sure. That vou n't the correct name and i.ddros of each subscription turned it in to the oldest department, you arc a contestant, have t'.".' nnmo of the subscriber written in the receipt book which is funiished vou by the contest department. That you have called on nil those friends. "nt you kMcr" elm nee to Tell them help you. tin is their bint That you don't leave any of your at home. De-t- ,. nitiLf. certificates it them in the ballot box before ;) n't lock tomorrow night. eomo in as inrly us possible Come in the mottling Saturday. if jou possibly can and then if you secure more biibferiptlons uftcr-wniyou can come in before the closing hour and turn them in. If you do this, you won't be Unhid to ?.f.f any votes in the hurry nnd llurrv of the lest lew moments. Don't Be Too Confident. m You may bo in the lead no-district todny nnd your yet some one may put in a little woik tonight mid inoio energetic lomorpi'V anit beat you out. Don't He a WINNF.R. let this happen. You can't nffoid to lose after you liave been working so hard for the Inst few weeks. Just think of the lienor of winning tho capital prize. AVuultln't it make you angry to loso that handsome .f350 piano by just about five thousand votes? Hustle every minute of the time from now Make assurance until tho close. doubly sine. Let your windup bo a roundup. Keep up n sustained and vigorous from now until the close. Turn defeat into victory, even at this eleventh hour. .ton can if you will only put forth jour very best effotts. If thcie has been any mistake made in the count of any contest-ant'- s votes, tho matter must be called to the attention of the contest muunger be faro tomorrow noon. Otherwise the count will stand us correct up until this evening. la the nl - d, possible irospect. Closes Saturday at 9 P. M. The Interior Journal's contest will come to u close next Saturday night, June 29th, at 0 P. M. At that hour the doors ot the office will be locked and no one will bo allowed to enter nnd turn in subscriptions. Subscriptions will be accepted from the contestants nnd their friends who are in the office nt thnt hour. If you ure present nt that time your report will be received but if you come after the doors are locked, you will be the loser. F.vcry contestant, no mntter where they live, must bring or mail in their subscriptions and ballots before 9 P. M. Saturday, if there is anything about the contest that you do not fully understand, ask or telephone the contest mnnnger. Immediately nfter the lust settlements have been received next Saturday night nnd the last of the vote ballots have beeu deposited in the ballot box, the judges will begin the work of counting tho votes. This task will be no small one nnd must not unnecessarily be delayed. the contest manager After makes his final count next Thursday night, the key of the ballot box will be turned over to tho judges nnd they wiU count what votes are put in nfter thnt time. The Schedule of Votes Durimr the remainder of the contest will be us follows: Triple the usual votes nnd 2,000 votes on every dollar. This schedule while not ijtute as large as the biggest and best offer of the contest which eIoes nt 9 o'clock tonight, will make your subscriptions bring a great many votes nnd mny be piite a deciding factor in the race. It is ns follows: 25 years 131,000 votes 20 ycdrs 103,000 votes 15 yenr 75,000 votes 10 years 48,800 votes 8 years 38,500 votes 5 years 23,500 oles 3 years 13,200 votes 2 years 7,000 votes 1 year 3,800 votes Hundreds Are Coming to Attend The "Contest Day" Celebration. Irom the reports that have been tomitig in to tbe contest department during the past few duys, there will be hundreds of people m Stun ford t.tnortow to attend the "Con- t.M Day" Celebration. Theie bnrdly a person in this section of Kenluckv who is not in homo wav interested in the outcome of this meat race and they will nil wunt to be hole toutoriow to see who will be crowned the most popular young ladies in this part of the state. Dur-in- 1 both the afternoon and evening, theie will be it baud concert, in 1 out of tho Interior Journal office. This concert will bo given by the McKinney Itaud, one of tho best band-- , in thi- - section, nnd a rnro on t is promised. musiinl F.viV.vbody coidinlly invited to be sine to attend and biing nil tho-- e who Imve helped you in the big race. After 0 P. M. Saturday, tho contest department will move to the Lincoln County National Hank nnd will be taken and subscription voles issued there until the closing hour. After 9 P. M. the judges will commence the work of counting tho otes. i1 11 District No. I. Mrs. L. L. Sanders Miss Kmma Meier Lucile Crow Miss Annie Middleton Miss Rose MoCormnck Miss Ida II. Pettus Miss Margaret Holtzelaw MUs Lena Pnlnier Miss Mary K. Duddernr Miss Special to Interior Journal. Baltimore, June 28. The Demo cratic National Convention adjourned nn all night session, at seven o'clock Friday morning. Only one ballot was taken on the presidential nomination, resulting as follows: Clark 440 Wilson Woodrow Wilson, of New Jersey .,,,,,. .... ... ... Harmon L'nderwood .104,720 101,930 157,170 151,720 140,105 140,325 133,220 Miss Elizabeth Higgins ... Miss May North Miss Kate Anderson Miss Mary I). Heck Miss Delia May Lawrence ..131,815 Miss Anna Wart en 121,450 MUs Minellc Pruitt Miss Bessie McCormack Miss F.Nio Coleman Miss Until Tanner Marshal! Itnllltrin Sulzer Bryan 1 . . 324 143 11 31 99 . 2 1 1 .. 121,055 120,415 112,025 110,205 91,2S5 85,290 79,280 07.425 C4.725 59,225 5G,200 54,090 51.935 49,875 4S,450 45,480 Miss Mary K. McKinney ...100,570 Mis Kliznbcth Stngg Miss Klsie Singleton ."..... last , week. Mr. Hlaiti Ihje, of UradfordsVille, was hole last week in his new Case, touring car, the finest cur that has been beic in a long time. Mrs. Hawkins Bishop nnd Miss Murtlin Louiso Lipps of Towhawa, Ukia., urrived Mouduy for a visit to lelutives here. Miss Bcecher Newborn nnd Boyd Wcatberf rd, Miss Martha Louise Lipps nnd Elwood Wentherford, Miss Rose McCormack and Blain Drye motored to Danville Tuesday evening to nttend the chautauqua. Mr. und Mrs. Bowcn Reese and Miss Louise OUotije of Marriettu, On., arrived 'Ihursdiiy for n visit to Mr. and .Mrs. W. R. Williams. Miss Lucy Gooch 22,740 Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Carpenter, Mi Nell Hack 21,730 nnd attinctive daughter Miss Eliza- Mis, Mettie White .. 17,120 betli motored to this city for a shoit Mifs Mary Russell .. 15,710 t.iue Suuduy afternoon. Mis Mamie Ilohnnn 13.190 Miss Ama Haiker is visiting rela Mis, Madie Hutler . 11,955 tives in Jellico, Teiin. Miss Blanche Burnette left ThursDistrict No. 2 day for mi extended visit to tela-(ivMiss Jennie ltnnkiu 1SW9.. in Louisville. Miss Susie Roberts 150.G70 Miss Ruth Culberson, of CovingMis Sara Richardson .... 144,070 ton, bus been isiling her aunt, 3Ir. Miss Hcrtha West 122.020 H. It. Camnitz. Miss Ada Wesley . 81,440 E. McCormack. is in Monticcllo, Miss Azile Elam 74,740 this wi-k- . shipping thice Miss Willie Wilkinson- . 37,270 of Iambs. Miss Lillie Henry . 32.9S5 Miss Jessie Powell spent last week Mis Daisy Shuttles . 31,020 in Lexington. Miss Elsie Morris 2 .., . 21,320 Messrs. Boyd and Frances Wcath-erfoi- d Miss Alma Cosby 17,425 visited friends nt UradfordsMi-- s Lnrcnin McGraw .., . 13,050 Ville last week. Miss Lottie Westcrfield . 13,495 Mr. Frank Bol.bitt, of near PeyMiss Sadie Anderson ... . 8.030 ton's Well, was here for n short Miss Annie Pollard . 8,290 time Snluidoy. s Roberta and Susan Blain Chairman of Platform Committee were called home Saturday lrom Wilmoie by the serious illness of little Elizabeth Blain. Miss Edna Camnitz visited Mrs. Walter VuiuiriliiIo last week. ' Dr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Mooie mid Wit family, of San Francisco, Cnl., arrived Wednesday for a visit to relatives line. Mrs. William Stodghill, of Oak Pnrk, III., m rived Saturday for a visit to relatives here. Messrs Clinton Bustin and Roger Hicks friends at Lancaster last week. Mrs. Mary Horton Miss Josephine Mortis Miss Elizabeth Fox Miss Martha Hroughton ... Miss Hertie MeCluro Miss Elizabeth Carter Miss Nabclle Reynolds Miss Clara Collier Miss Roxie Jennings Miss Florence Dawes Miss Effie Drye 41,570 Miss Gertrude Wilkinson . . . 32,985 Miss Hessio Riffe 32.920 Miss Eva Horton 31,095 Miss Huth Cocking 27,070 MUs Lulu Coker 27,425 Mis Mnry Moore Ranev ..'.24,350 ' Miss Dollie Wilcher 23,255 .... Champ Clark, A of Missouri not voting. Necessary to nominate 730. Adjournment was taken until 4 o'olock Friday afternoon, ns the wete worn out from their all ni'.'l.t session. me presidential race is still regarded ns n very open one, with no one able to forecast the outcome. A dark horse is very apt to walk away with the prize. All sorts of repot ts and rumors of denls nre flying about. It is believed thnt something will be done at tbe afternoon session today. del-esnt- es nbent nnd j Strong "Dark Horse" Early events of the convention ...... were the election of Judge Alton B. Parker, of New York temporary chairman over William J. Bryan. The vote was 579 to 507 and indicated .that there would be no possible cliauco of Bryan winning a tiotn-innti- The Noted Boss of New York ; t I es car-loa- H-- , Mi-se- vlk -- Mrs. Mu Him Adams visited Mr. Remember. One subscription more may win n prize. Votes' are positively not transferable. 131,000 votes for a 25 year subscription. A 110 year subscription brings 103,000 votes. If you nre ahead tonight, you may come in last ut tho finish. That you may need just one to win. Huvo you gol all those promises fulfilled f To bring your subscription in early. Vou may lose many votes in the hurry of tho Inst few hours. A $350 piano may be lost by tho narrow margin of five or ten votes. Don't overlook any thou-thousa- and Mrs. C. W. Adams hi't week. Miss Ella lluiuette visited Mrs. bred Jeffcrs, last Tuesday. Mis. Ben Pruitt, of Moreland, was here for u short time Tuesday. Mr. und Mrs. George Gillock will leave here shortly for Danville, where they will make their futuie home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ross, of Somerset, have moved heto and Mr. Ros.s will JOHN W. KERN. for the presidency. Ollie James, of Kentucky was chosen tem porary chniimnn of the convention, The convention voted to release delegates from the unit rule in several states, whete they had been elected by primaries in districts which had given them instructions. This gave Woodrow Wilson 18 votes in Ohio, which the Harmon people had attempted to hold by a state MAYOR WILLIAM J. CAYNOR OF convei'tiou unit rule. NEW YORK. On Thursday tbe convention votd to seat the Wilson deleuiites in I Helm First on the Ticket South Dakota, oustim? the Claik Harvey Helm drew first place on linen who had been seated by the the congressional ballot in the cicdcntials committee. New York Eighth district primary to he held i..i.l !.. on oonn,. ...:,i. ti. it". nun lae U 1tuivu ui-- t v August 3. In the Commonwealth's son forces and this gave the latter Attorney's race Emmet Puryenr, of much encouragement. Nominating speeches were made Danville seemed fiist place on the ticket over W. S. Bureh, of this Thursday uisht, and two ballots taken Friday county. showing n deadlock between tho candidates, nfte CJov. Bckluim, who is a member which the convention recessed until Photo br American Prew AmocUUob. of the resolutions committee, pro-- u four o'clock Friday afternoon. CHARLES F. MURPHY, LEADER OP TAMMANY HALU The first name presented to the plunk in the phi t form, posed which is s.iki to lie sure ol adoption, contention ior tnc presidential Campbell Moser the piesident to one teim of inntiou was that of Oscar W. Jn derwood, following which there was sis years. While the peaceful little hamlet of Stanford wns in slumberland earo WHERE THE DEMOCRATS ARE FIGHTING IT OUT THIS WEEK ly Wednesday morning, Miss Campbell nnd Mr. C. tl. Moser drove to Rowhnnl mid there took ?, tho train for Covington, where they were married. They will go to Hamilton, O., where they will visit aomo of Mr. Mover's relatives. The bride is the only daughter of Mrs. W. II. Mueller. She was graduated from Stanford High School in May, nnd is one of the most attractive- nnd popular of the girls of the younger set in Stanford. Mr. Moser is the son of Mr. mid Mr. Will Moser, and holds n position, with the L. & N railroad company here. They will icturii home Sunday, and will receive hearty conttiatulu-(ion- s from their many friends. t p 'ysm I 1- moi-nin- irctn-limiti- Lor-raiu- HHHHaHHMHIR conduct the barber shop leceutly " & WARNINHI !! No checks will be accented nn the last two davs of the contest. If vou take checks for subscriptions, be sure and have them made payable to yourself and oet them cashed before turnina them Into this office. This Is Imperative. owned by George Gillock. secretly for the reported purpose of Mr. Julian Itiffe left Tuesday for endeavoring to line him up wtih tho Adair For Helm. u business trip to irgjniu. thud jwirtv movement. Few believe Speaking of the withdrawal of! Miss L'ois Willis left Monday for lirvnn will bolt the Baltimore nomCid. Cliinii from tho congressional, nn extended visit to Lexington, inee, no mutter who he is. lore, the Aduir County News soys; Louisville nnd Shelby ville. Mrs. I.ehi I.ove, wife of Wiley "luder piescul conditions it np- - Misses Rose and Margaret Mcnve, n furnier living neur Covena, pen r that Mr. Helm will have ev- -' Cormack nnd Messrs. Sylvester Foley Oa., says: "1 have taken eiythiug his own way in this county, Newton and .lumen Hall motored to Kidney Pills and find them to bo unless his opponent should muko en-- i Stunfoid Wednesday afternoon. .nil you claim for them. Thov gave rnnds nfter visiting this county. Mr.' Misse.s Mary M. Raines, Miss I mu iilmnsl iiislnnt itdief when Inv ts and Jack New hem were in FIFTH REGIMENT ARMORY, Helm's visit lieio; his speech in this BALTIMORE, SCENE OF THE DEM- - Iwd" d"8uh and inactive towii and his record in Congress, this city for a short time Friday 0CRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION, JUNE 25. nre factors that win votes." Me-Rob- ot Roosevelt agents ri-it- Bryan SZSTS! m U. Hmmh rygftwm'wiw ' THE INTEBIOH JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1912 Jn Court In Casey Llfllitnlng Hits Barn Middleburg Items J, , Jliddlelmrg, Juno 27, h. the ningistrntcV court nt Your. niito Fridny n ense will com? up in hi) vlilol. property lo lliu mnoiint Tho lnul of. tlio ewiti it inolel. M:e promi'os to 1)0 iuti'icstir.Jt if it is n kind of family nffmr" tlmi pcw out of tlic possession o tlic ot nu old double shovel pl.iw. A good crowd will be picsctit from ecliim mid a lively time lio Dmicnn i anttcipiited. I.nrlng ft st..rm 1'riday, Ifehtsut.? 1 i'. fire to Cy KusseHV bam on Creek, and it was burned, with about -- 0 barrels o corn nn.i ii lot of liny and outs. Tlio loi $500 with no insimiitiv. 1.4 n'l.iut iViicIH felt for Mr. U" - REMEMBER Saturd ay.June 2 2nd, lasting until Thursday, July 13th, 19J2 CLEARANCE STOCK SALE Beginning June 22 and Lasting Until July 1 3. ATTEND The Great Money Saving Sale now Ready to begin at Robinson's. Do not miss the place. To Take Place in Stanford, Kentucky g A Rare Chance to Get What You Want at Prices You Want to Pay. On account of looking far ahead and we see we cannot place our Fall Stock with this very large stock. It is yet a little early, but it must come. over-buyin- h every day nnil wiedy cornfields nrc not n rarity. Mr. and Mrs. William Wheat, Mr. It. B. Young. Misses Ues-s- ii v nnd Mri. Hnncy, Etta Watkins, Maithn and Ilnth Dye and Messrs. Luther Itu&rll, nnd Will Tupscott were to I lip It Utilise, three miles east of Iwt Sunday to explore n large oavu. Thej came in late in the nfter.ioon looking mighty tired. lion. Harvey Helm nnd T. J Hill, Jr., of Stanford, passed through ln.io on route to Liberty Inst wjck. Iltnvey was in the best of spirits ni.d looked every inch of n wiuivr. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. 11. Carson. Mr. md Ah. T. W. Ilrnnson, Moiiie S.'inrp, Misses Ruby Lee Fogle, Minnie Shannoti, Annie Sharp, nnd yvHTi. Hill Tom Royalty, Wilhc Shurp. Osf.ir Lniiham nnd D. 1'. Irnjon Minted Monday morn 't? for u four unys' stay on the Liiiils of Green rher, near l'ellyton. m Ailnir county. They took with iheii. tents and cooking outfit nnd it is fiesuraed that they will make the fish iio hnrd. Mercer county, Mrs. Logan. tin nged mother of Mrs. C. T. CLiunoh, spent Saturday nnd Simony here Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Swop of Mnrksbuik, spent several days &f Inst week with their dauditer. Mrs. 1 Dye. Rev. C. T. Clnuiich mil Rev. C. B. Creech wect to Hustoa-ill- c Sunday afternoon to assist in d!i ordination service. Mr. nnd Afr.. A. I'rewitt. of Liberty, wcro 'it floldwx Dnwn Springs list week. Lnwhoni returned from Somerset Saturday. Mis.i'Rnby Lee Folfl attended the Howe-Murpwedding nt McKh-ne- sell in his loss. It rains nlmost Stanford's Largest Department Store offers All Clothing. Odd Pants, Hats, Shoes, Dry Goods and Gents r urnishingGoods at less than manufacturers cost STOP AND THINK BEFORE YOU GO ELSEWHERE AND PAY A WE HAVE ALWAYS SOLD GOODS AT A VERY LOW PROFIT, WE WANT CONDITIONS OF SALE:-T- HIS SHALL BE A FAIR, STRAIGHT COME AND PROFIT WHEN THESE GOODS ARE GOING AT A GREAT LOSS PRICES CRUSHED. WE ARE AFTER THE CASH AND TO MAKE ROOM. ROOM LEGITIMATE BUSINESS SALE, NOTHING SEE THE PRICES ELSE. Mens' and Young Mens' fancy and staple colored suits & $25, now CLOTHING that will Look at these prices and then come In and look at good merchan- We have a full line and large stock of boy's knee suits that sold at cost you, elsewhere, $20, $22.50 at $1 1.98, $13.98, $16.98 dise of a standard make. Pure Wool, Hand Tailored and the spring styles. We cannot now buy these goods $7.50, $10.00 and $12.50 now going Some worth $4.50 and 6.50 now at $3.28, $4.93 and $6.98 $2.48, $328 and $4.29 Mens 'and Young Mens' Suits easily worth $13.50, $15, $17.50 and $18.50 now going during this sale at anything like what you: at .$6.48, $8.90, and $10.48 pay for them. Such chances you have never had before. l. J.i-r.- .ii Straw and Felt Hats that sold for $2.50, $3, $3.50 and $4, We have Hats at 39c, 48c, 69c and 98c. HATS! HATS!! HATS!!! now selling for $1.48, $2.39 and $2.94 We have any amount of Men's Straw and Linen Hats, also for Boys, at 19c, 39c, 79c and 98c. y. Albia. Sorry to say the prnyer meeting nt Oak Grove has closed. There wns meeting nt the Christinn church Sunday conducted by Mr. Sowders, of Woodstock. ' C.Pnyne nnd wife wcto the guests of their son Monday. Mr. Austin Kidd was baptized Sunday week by Rev. L. 1). Giioeh, of Crab Orchard, nfter which Rev. Jnmes Cummins conducted service nt Oak Grove chuiidi. Air. T. J. Godby filled his nppoint-mei- il Simdiiy at Olive. A largo Mrs. congregation was present. Clnrk Jordan nnd Airs. J. II. Deh;h were visiting her sihtcr, Airs. Sturgeon, of this vicinity. There wns n singing nt Bud Sunday. Those present enjoyed the ocensionnnd nil hnd a fine En-ban- MENS ODD PANTS Duchess Make $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $5, $6 and $7.50, at $1.69, $2.24, $2.59, $2.88, $3.65, $4.25 and $5.28 ALL KINDS OF UNDERWEAR and UNION SUITS Garments worth 50c and 75c now Garments worth 25c and 35c now Union suits worth $1 and $1.50, while they last at sale price 39c 19c 79c Remember, we do not do a credit business and therefore we can sell you much cheaper, and yet give you MORE ABSOLUTE BARGAINS Boys' Knee Pants at 19c, 39c, 69c, 79c and 98c. All kinds of Little Men's and Misses' Low Cut Shoes at your own price. Men's Shoes and Oxfords Shoes and oxfords easily worth $4 and $5 now going at Shoes and oxfords were $3.50 selling at Oxfords worth $3 reduced to Oxfords worth $2.50 reduced to Oxfords worth $2 reduced to Ladies' Oxfords and Shoes ....$3.28 $2.94 $2.35 $1.94 ,. $1.45 Hosiery of All Kinds Ladies' and gents' silk hose worth 75c and 25c and 35c hose now 15c sox now 10c sox now $1 now time. Ladies' oxfords and shoes In velvet, tan, white, Nuhucks, gun metal, patent and cravenette. now selling below cost. $2.85 $3.50 and $4 shoe now $235 $3 and shoes now go at $1.98 $2.50 shoes now go at We have about 700 pairs of broken lots that are good styles, but wc have no sizes, will offer them at a bargain. $3-2- 39c 9c c .', 8c Dry Goods of All Kinds We have a handsome line of wash silks, all colors, 25c and 35c per yard, now at that were sold at 19c per yard 1! B1 7 Pain Pill, You can understand why we need money, but you cannot understand why we want room. We want room for our Fall stock which will be coming in pretty soon. Low prices and better goods. Come and look around and you will save money. Pennies here will do the work or dollars elsewhere. We have a factory line of mens' and young mens' suits. II Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Just received. Mfii'h I'lue We are going to sell these at $9.95 and they are easily worth $15 and $17.50. Neckwear of the Best Make Mens lies easily worth 50c and 75c now Some In the 25c and 35c quality going at 39c 19c 4 I -- 2c per yard 2c quality now . 8 I -- 2c 10c per yard ..19c, 39c, and 64c DreiiH Gloveu $1.19 Pills $1.50 and 2.00 gloves $1 and $125 gloves now 50c and 75c gloves how Poplins, Piques and Cotton Corduroys at great reductions Percales Ginghams 12 ..' at 84c 39c and 10c now 10c and 12 now -2 2c 8 I -- 8 2c yard will help you, as they have helped others. pain. Good M i for all kinds of Usd to relieve Neuralgia, Headache, Nervousness, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Kidney Pains, Lumbago, Locomotor Ataxia, Hackaclic, Stomachache, Carsickncss, Irritability and for pain lit any part of the body "I have nlwayn been eubject to neuralcla nnd have .ufTeu'd from It for year. While vltltlnic my ton attacks, ha brought Antl-I'al- American and Simpson Prints now Hope bleach and other brands 10c and 12 India linen sold for 12 I -- 2c and 17c now Childrens' play suit sand rompers now I -- Embroideries of All Kinds 50c. 75c and $1 quality now going at 25c, 35c, and 40c now 39c 19c Suspenders The 50c and 75c qualitv now 25c quality now .,. 39c 9c REMEMBER THE NAME, THE PLACE AND THE GOOD MERCHANDISE. i z and suffering from one of the old mo a box of n Fill. I ued Dr. Mllei' them us directed and after taking them It wan the firm time In year the neuralgia ceased from the uw of medicine." MI13. K. C. IIOWAIID, t03 dreene Bt., Dowaglao, Midi. At all druggist. 28 dote 25c MILC3 MEDICAU CO., ElKhtrt. Ind. SAN ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. J j&. saw jaiwaapfttvi .JJ.t.i..v..., rfr"3EfflT'HI!iKa. W4 iimm Mfu I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, served and tho beds aired, The gardCarlton Williams. ener who belongs hero Is working at Many friends hoie were interestthe club." "Itemlnd me tomorrow to send out ed to lenm of Iho wedding of Mi a man from town," ho said. "I know Myrtle I'arlton, and Mr. Fonda tho very fellow." nt Louisville enrly in the week I record this scrap of conversation, The bride is the attractive sister of Just ns I have tried to put down any- Mr. J. (. Cnrltcm, of this city and thing and everything thnt had n bearing on what followed, becauso tho made her homo here for n few gardener Halsey sent tho next day months this year. The Klirnbcth-tow- n News' Sonorn eorrcspondJtit played an Important part In tho events of the next few weeks event that hnil this notice tho wedding: culminated as you know, by stirring Mips Mrtlc Carlton nnd Mr. tho country profoundly. At that time, Fond Willinma stoic n mnn'li on however, I was busy trying to keep my skirts drr, and paid tlttlo cr no their friends Wednesday hv slipping attention to what seemed then n moat off to Louisville where lhey wete ninctly married by the How J. II. trivial remark. At tho lodgo everything was quiet. Wnlkrr of this place. Tiic marriage There was a light In tho sitting room took place nt the homo of Mr. nnd downstairs, and a faint gleam, as If Mrs. Itnymond Dunn nl high noon. from a shaded lamp, In ono of the upguarded per rooms. Halsey stopped and ex- The event was so clo-el- y amined tho lodgo lth calculating that Iho closest friends of the coueyes. ple did not suspicion such n thing "I don't know, Aunt Hay," ho said ns a marriage in the nenr future. dubiously; "this Is hardly a woman's The happy eouplo returned to Son-or- a affair. If there's a scrap of any kind, on iho oetiiiig train and rereived yn. hlk for the timber." Which trss congratulations of their host of Halscy's solicitous cans for me, put friends. Tho bride is a beautiful Jnlo vernacular "I'll stay right here," I said, and liniiulle nnd is popular vrith litx crorslng tho small veranda, now friends. Site is n daughter )f Mrs. shaded and fragrant with honey- Ailn Cnillon. The groom is the secsuckle, I hammered tho knocker on ond son of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. II. the door. nnd is well known and popular Thomas opened the door himself and holds n Thomas, fully dressed and In his cus- among his tomary health. I had tho blanket over position ns bookkeeper for the my arm. Goodwin, Mnntle Co., nt Dividing ' I brought tho blanket, Thomas," I Kidee. said; "I am sorry you are so 111." Tho old man stood staring nt me Brodhcad. and then at the blanket. Ills conMf-Ida Aduins left TIiuis1ii fusion under other circumstances Mould havo been ludicrous. noriii)g for Dry Bridge to isit her mother. "What! Not HIT" Halsey said from Miss Judith McCnll is visiting her the step. "Thomas, I'm afraid you've Mster, Mrs. Jop Albright. bcn mnllngrrlng." 'Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Tnto wero in Thomas seemed to havo been debating something with himself. Now ho Louisville first of the week shopstepped out on tho porch and closed pingthe door gently behind him. Mrs. Itobcrt Hicks nnd children "I reckon you bottah come In Mis' nrc visiting in Corbin.j Inncs," ho said, speaking cautiously. Hew Sawyers, of Pincvillc, is "It's got so I dunno what to do, and It's boun' to come out somo tlmo er .villi Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Albright. n ruther" Morcland Sullivan and Cecil He threw tho door open then, and were down from Williamsburg I stepped lnsldo, Halsey closo behind. Wednesday. In the sitting room tho old negro Mrs. Ellen Mnhnffy nnd Mr. John turned with quiet dignity to Halsey. "You bottah sit down, sail," ho Sowdcr, who hnvo been very ill, are said. "It's a place for a woman, eali." better. Things wro not turning out Hi Misses I'ortcr Collier, and Jones, way Halsey expected. Ho sat down Mesrs. Lccc King and Kidwell. center-table- , on the with his hands were up from Crab Orchard Sunday. thrust In his pockets, and wntched 0. C. Wilmott, of Knoxville, Tenn. mo as I followed Thomas up the narrow stairs At tbo top a woman was is visiting his mother, Mrs. Emma standing, and a second glance showed Wihiott. mo It was Hosle. She shrank back n Mis Mnltin Owens spent Saturlittle, but I said nothing. And then day and .Sunday in Mt. Vernon and Thomas motioned to a partly open vns accompanied homo by her little door, and I went In. Mildred Sutton. Tbo lodgo boasted of threo bed- niece Dr. G. M. Filth, left Monday for furrooms upstairs, all comfortably nished. In this one, the largest and Tcllico Plains, Tttin., where he will airiest, n night lamp was burning, and locate for tho pie-en- t. by Its light 1 could make out a plain Mr. Chas. Gibbons, of Corhin, is white nictnl bed. A girl was asleep the cucst of Miss Cnrrie Boyd, near there or In a hnlf stupor, for sho muttered something now and then. Ilintt. Jesse Fish was over from Buckeye Itosle had taken her courage In her hands, and coming In had turned up Sunday. the light It was only then that I The infnnt child of Mr. nnd Mrs. , 111 as sho was, Chns. I'ikc, of Corbin, is very ill. knew I Inule- Armstrong, Mr-- . A. J. I'iko left Tucsdny for "Will you tell me what you mean, Thomas Johnson, by not telling mo Corhin. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Elder and this before?" I demanded Indignantly. sons, Ilronston and Leslie btc visitThomas quailed. "Mis' Loulso wouldn't let me," bo ing in Louisville tli6 weick. said earnestly. "I wanted to. She Walter Robins was in Mt. Vernon ought to 'a' had a doctor tho night sho Monday night. came, but she wouldn' bear to it la Miss Grace Brady and Logan Mcshe very bad. Mis' Inncs?" coldly. "Send Cnll were tip from Stnnford Sunday. "Had enough," I said Mrs. Ben I'iko nnd Miss Etta Mr Innes up." Halsey came up tbo stairs slowly, Cnhlo are visiting in Maysville. looking rather interested and Inclined Elizabeth Stormes left Miss to be amused. For a moment he could Thursday morning, for Dayton, 0., not sev unythlng distinctly In the for n three weeks' visit. darkened room; he stopped, glanced Mis Tempest Ward delightfully at Hosle and at me, and then his eyes, fell on the restless bead on the pil- entertnined a number of her friends low. I think be felt who It was before lnt Saturday evening, in honor of he really saw her; be crossed the l.er sifter's birthday. room in a couple of strides and bent Madam Humor says there will be over the bed. n wedding soon. "Loulsel" he said noftly; but she Mis Edith Moore was the guest did not reply, and her eyes showed no recognition. Halsey was young, and of Miss Randn Tale first of the week. Illness was new to blm. He straightened himself slowly, still watching; Miss Pnttie nnd Bryan Perkins ber, and caught my arm, and little Richard Southnrds, of Mt. "Bhe's dying. Aunt Kayl" he said Vernon, and Miss Ilnttio Barnes, of Why, she doesn't huskily. "Dying Bee Lick, have been visiting their know mel" "Fudge!" I snapped, being apt to zrnndmother, Mrs. Barnes. Misses Tntc nnd Warner, Messrs. grow irritable wben my sympathies are aroused. "She's doing nothing or Tate and Brannman, of Wildie, were the sort and don't pinch my arm. It in town Sunday. you want something to do, go and John PiJ'g has returned to his cbjjXe Thomas." home at London nfter visiting his fCoiiliiiueil Next Weekl cousin, Frank Ward. How J. F. Rogers, of Louisville, McKlnley Hancock. filled his regular appointment nt tho There was a very quiet wedding Christian church here lnts Saturday ceremony performed nt tho Lny and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Win. McBee were House nt McKinney Inst Sunday afternoon. Tho contracting parties down from Mt. Vernon Monday night. were Mr. Jesse Hnncock nnd Miss George Jnrrett left Tuesday for Ophelia MeKinley, both of Ellisbur?, his home in Pueblo, Colorado. Tho wedding ceremoDy was performMr. Rk'Pby was hero first of the ed by Rev. Gnbbnrt, pastor of the reck from Prcachersville, tho guest Christian church nt McKinney. Mr. of Henry Anderson. "Urclo Fallen" says Bryan is niul Mrs. Hancock will ronko their futuro homo nt Ellisburg nnd mny erne to he elected. WalterCIoyd was down from tluirs ho n happy lot all through life. Coibm Sunday. Hubert Barnes, of this place, and When- Buyirni, Buy Only The Best Miss Delia Reynolds, of Bco Lick, More but qlves Costs no vore married nt tho homo of tho the Best Results bride last Monday. II. J,. Ulomquist, Esdaile, Wis., J. Thos. Clierry was up from Crab Foley's Hon-o- y Oi says his wife considers chard. and Tar Coiui'ouud tho host cough euro on tho market. "Sho has tried Mr. Jnmcs Conper was in Danvillo varioui kinds hut Foley's gives the results of all." Shugais and Wednesday, attending the best' Tanner. Wil-linim Wil-)ina Ma-hnFever-flushed1 - KENTUCKY FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1912 jn The Circular staircase CHAPTER XII. 4a Hoaglan's Hippodrome J rather unusual occurrence T" "I don't think It so unusual, Miss Inncs." Her yolco was deep and Tory clear; but It ns sdiueuhat tremulous. "I was taking a blanket down to Thomas, who Is not well and I used this staircase, as being nearer the path to tho lodge. When Mr. Inncs called ant then rushed nt me, I I was alarmed, and flung tho blanket at him." Halsey was examining tho cut on his forehead In a small mirror on the wall. It was not much of on but It had bled freely, and bis appearanco was rather terrifying. "Thomas 111?" ho said, over bis "Why, I thought I saw shoulder. Thomas out thero as you mado that cyclonic break out of tho door and Ona Myttery for Another. Tbo most commonjilnco Incldont tnkos on n new nppenranco It tho nt tendnnt clrcumitnncca nro unuiunl. Tbere win no ronton on earth why Mn. Wataon ihould not hare carried a blanket down tho eait wine jtalr-caie- , If the o desired. Hut to take a blanket down at 11 o'clock at night, with erery precaution aa to and, when dlicorered, to fill) U at Haliey and bolt Ilaliey's word, and a Rood one Into tho groundi thin mado tb Incident mora thnn ilgnlflcant. They moTcd slowly across tho lawn and up tho steps.. Halsey was talking quietly, And Mrs. Watson was looking down and listening, Hho was a woman of a certain amount of dignity, most efflclent, to tat ns I could see, although Llddy would hnvo found fault It she dared. Rut Just now Mrs. Watson's faco was an enigma. Sho was defiant, I think, under her mask of submission, and sho still showed the effect of nerrous shock. "Mrs. WnUon," I said soverely, "will you be so good as to explain this at the & . BRODHEAD FAIR not, over tho porch." I could see that under pretenso of examining his Injury ho was watching ber through tho mirror. "Is this one of the serrants' blank-etMrs. Watson?" I asked, holding up Its luxurious folds to tho light. "Everything else Is locked away," she replied. Which was true enough, no doubt. I bad rented tho house without bed furnishings. "If Thomas Is 111." Halsey said, "some member of the family ought to a, . which will each day of our Fair this year of the old Roman give free exhibitions of the most daring and sports and races. Bros9, riders are native Americans and have been riding Roman fashion all their lives, and who, by their daring and wonderful leaps with their flying thoroughbreds, cause a feeling of astonishment in the minds of every one witnessing this great free attraction. awe-inspiri- ng Bros'. Hippodrome, of STRIVING to always please the public, regardless labor and expense, at a great cost, secured, the Famous Hoaglan Hoaglan PR Amaxcd if by If ROMAN CHARIOT RACES-Ea- ch Chariot drawn by 4 horses in their mad rush three times around lf the race track in each performance, twice each day. miles, riders changing mounts at each half mile. THE GREAT RELAY RACE One and one-haThis race is one of the most exciting runs 01 the programme. Ladies'-an- d Gentlemen's Flat Race One half mile dash; run with 4 Kentucky thoroughbreds. This race creates great excitement. at Being Confronted Louis Armstrong. go down to see him. Tou needn't bother, Mrs. Watson. I will Uke the THE GUIDELESS WONDERS. The $7,000 Guideless wonders are worth coming miles to see. The horses race by themselves, without riders, bridles or saddles; one mile dash, accomplishing their race as completely as if they had riders on their backs. TEN BIG FREE ACTS Space forbids our describing all these attractions, but you-canot afford to miss such an unparalleled exhibition of daring acts so numerous and exciting; a clean, modern and thrilling spectacle. the "Far West." Miller's Wild West Show will also be on the grounds, where one may live over again or view with admiration some traits of life in This will no doubt be your last chance to witness so many great attractions without any cost whatever. blanket" She drew herself up quickly, as protest, but she found nothing say. Bhe stod smoothing the folds her dead black dress, her face In to of white as chalk above it seemed to make up her mind. "Very well, Mr. Innes," sh said. Terbaps you would better go. I .hare as Then she m done all I could." And then she turned and went up tbe circular staircase, moving slowly and with a certain dignity. Below, tbe threo of us stared at one another across the Intervening white blanket "Upon my word," Halsey broke out, place is a walking nightmare. I havo tho feeling that we three outsiders who have paid our money for tho privilege of staying In this are living on the very top of things. We're on the lid, so to speak Now and then we get a sight of the things Inside, but wo are not a part of tbem." "Do you suppose," Gertrude asked doubtfully, "that she really meant that blanket for Thomas?" ''Thomas was standing beside that magnolia tree," Halsey replied, "wben I ran after Mrs. Watson. It's down to this, Aunt Ray. ltoilo's basket and Mrs. Watson's blanket can only mean one thing: Thero Is somebody hiding or being hidden in the lodge. It wouldn't surprlso me If we bold the key to the wbolo situation now. Anyhow, I'm going to the lodge to investigate." Gertrude wanted to go, too, but she looked so shaken that I Insisted she should not. I sent for Llddy to help her to bed, and then Halsey and I started for tho lodge. Tho grass was Halsey heavy with dew, and, man-llkchose tho shortest way across the ,Jawn. Half way, however, ho stoppod. "We'd better go by the drive," he said. "This Isn't a lawn; it's a Held. Whero'a tho gardener theso days?" "Thero isn't any," I said meekly. "We have been thankful enough, so (ar to uayq our meals crectred &d 'this spook-factor- FLYING ! vr wJvm The Circus of the Air fMAWftr Come - Come - Come rpnr $ h J! l.-- vZ&M. ? 8 tiMiyr? 1 s a ' n . W$s m--- Another and greater attr An Expert BIRDSMAN Wl AIR Biplane Circling, darting, and to the people of the country before, never again have the opportunity to Is absolutely free. It will be at TH the machine, the same being explain action for the BRODHEAD FAIR. Six flights-t- wo each day-du- rlng the fair August, 14, 15, and 16, '12. LL THRILL YOU WITH DARING FEATS OF THE AIR, Each day you may witness a HEAVIER THAN defying death, itself, in Its marvelou s performances. Just think! Has such an opportunity been presented Never! Can you afford to miss witnessing a performance of the most modern invention of man? You may witness this attraction without the great cost of going to some distant city, and then at additional cost. It E BRODHEAD FAIR. Will you come to see It? Every one will be given the opportunity to fully examine ed by persons having intimate knowledge, a feature seldom presented. ( , The Admission to the Fair grounds is only 25c Remember the Circus of the Air-BRODHEAD, KY., August 14, 15 and 16 Reduced Rates on All Railoads. It will be the intention of the Association to obtain special trains for the last two days of the FAIR, if possible. . tMtom m foWitoiaH . THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, JUNE 28. 1912 2 The First Man Who ' - f THE IN1ERI0R lOURNAL. W. r - '"'flLaLaW. aflLa. aSSSHr'SAi Ever Sold INDIAN Remedies in Ky. No man or his remedies arc better 81! ELTON BAUFLF.T.. rroprlot aW (1 A tEAIl STRICTLY IN ADVACB T.i.intd ntnnt Iki ftiUffM et tlati mail mttlir. f JStnlrt Vsrif Political Announcements Tb candi-sl- ts annoo-cfine- Blll(iiErlBE E-M- in ir-- i II DAKOTA JACK. (J. J. known in Lincoln nnd adjoining counties than Dakota Jack. His life of years' experience ns ft cow boy on the north western plains, nnd life nmong the Indinns, when COW boys were nnd lmd to, be men of Courage, gave him tnie experience of Roots and Herbs when this was the only remedy life depended on. if In in Ihli column for eMiee, mljtct to lh dtmotratie prlmtrrt -ti r of stllon Ptn-rsley.- ) COU J. I. CHINN. f J. A. SULLIVAN, ( M.dlton HARVEY HFtv. Ttr CemmtnietcllS'i Attorney MMETT rtJIlTEAR, of Bojl. W. 8. DUKCII, of Lincoln Ttr Skeri M. B. BACOHVAJJ D. W. 01VEN8 t. Q. WEATHEItFORD. T. J. HILL Ttr County Judge 1. A. RICE M. P. NORTH Ttr Ctnerni Jlrtr Pursley Indian Herbs, Only costs you $1.00 . A 45-Da- ys Treatment. For rheumatism. Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and Female diseases, is a wonder, nnd has proven so, people right here testify to this. Trr Citeuli CUii J. I). WEAKEN - HVtUAJ v. M. DUNCAN Ttr JtUer PETTON TARRIPH OEOKOE DEUOKDE UINK FARUER WILLIAM U. HEdTER W. A. CARSON Ttr Aeeeeetr T. L. DECK. B. M. OWENS R II. BRONAUOii r. C. SANDIDOE J. H. BOONE W. T. OARNER For ilacnetrate In Stanford Uagieteritl district: J. T. ROBERTB WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EADS JOSEPH L. OOODE Suited to Republican primary Orchard Uagieterial diitrict. W. R. DILLION J Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Linament has made his name famous over sc vernl states. Stops pain and takes out KorenesB, immediately. Has cur cd hundreds of cases of deafness. Price 25 cents per bottle. Shu-pa30 cents, 3 cakes 25 cents, nnf Bed. All these remedies on Ealc at receipt of regular nnd Tanner's Drug store, or sent prepaid on Creme Soap for the Scalp and Skin rs pneo if addressed to J. J. Pursley, Lancaster, Ky., Home Office. ! i.i (n Croo 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 early and get the choice. w: republicans Leading progressive of Lexington and Winchester ore organizing Roosevelt clubs and declining to support Toft in November. There are mnny of the same kind of republicans in Lincoln but most of them do not hesitate to say that they nre going to vote for the demnominee this fall and so ocratic make the defeat of the "convention thief' the more safe and sure. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky The Advocate endeavors to discount onr stntainenlt that Harvey Helm is pledwd to the bill the temperance people want, yet it presumes to speak for Judge Sullivan on very proposition, and is openly Coleman to Attend U. of Va. begging votes for him on the ground that one of its editors will get a The Danville Advocate publishes job if Sullivan wins. a nice compliment to Harris Coleman, who graduated from the High Simmered down to the fmal an- School here this term, and says it alysis, the only sound argument that is believed that he will enter the Danville Advocate is able to pre- Central University, nnd thnt he will sent why Judge Sullivan should be undoubtedly make the athletic teams, nominated over Hnrvey Helm for there. Mr. Coleman, however, will Congress is that one of the Advo- not enter Centrnl, but will matricucate editors has been promised a job late at the Uniertity of Virginia, and take a course in law, for which if Sullivan gets over. he savins exceptionally well qualified All that can keep the democrats That he will make any athletic team from winning this year is for the he cares to try for, is nssured. convention at Baltimore to make a leal donkey out of democracy. The Richmond Climax is claiming 3,000 majority for Sullivan in Madison. From what wo hear there, Jndge Sullivan will do well to carry Death ot a Good Man Mr. George McKinney, prominent The health officer of Lincoln citiren and pioneer Ilnptlst the county has n clear conception of his West End died at his home at Uus-- , Julie, and has issued an address to tonville, early this week, death being the citizens in which he notifies caused by kidney trouble, of which them of his programme for future ho had been a long sufferer. Mr. action. yearn Merchant, butchers, bakers nnd .McKinney was Hcvcnty-pevc- n other dealers nre warned against of age and for nixty years had exhibiting fruits, vegetables, meats, a largo part of his tiroa to milk, butter and other eatables on Tjic prtmMtiou of the. interests of the streets without properly screentho McKinney Ilaptift church of ing such articles protecting them 4tieh be lmd been n momlwr since from flies nnd other sources of contamination. Dairymen are informed boyhood. that they must have their cows inIn the fnncrnj eervieea held spected and proved free from tubernftarnoon tho pa id or paid a culosis nnd that their premises and lovtuj Lribnto r, K lliirt dejinrted equipments must be kept in sanitary reviewing ki part his many condition. Bakeries nnd butcher shops nre to be inspected from time Christum ririots. iWly in life, Mr. to time, and the proprietors of such ArLoluDiioy wtis wodklod to Miss Pair places nre urged to keep their hou A tistor of Mr. Ilockor of this place ses ui order. Attention is called to Tbii rmioD wm Messed bj five chil- the State law ngoinst the common .1 !.j .it o a. drinking cup. Citizens arc warned and to whom the sympathy of a host that weeds must be cut and stagnant in their saddened friends (re3 water "drained and kerosined to prevent breeding plnces for moqui-tos.- " grict over their recent bereavement. stables, hogpens, henhouses Commissioner's Sale! nnd other plnces where flies originJ. V. Robinson, Plaintiff, vs Wcs-le- v ate must be made sanitary and kept Penman, Defendant. to. Lincoln Circuit Court Evidently the health officer of Pursuant to a judgment rendered Lincoln county expects to be a very in the above styled action nt the luisy man this summer. He has cut .May term 1U12, I will on out for himself n large amount of work, "but he U proceeding on the In .MONDAY, JULY 8th, 1912 front right plan, and if the people in his Stanford, of the court house door in Ky., offer for tale at pubbailiwick will with him lic outcry to the highest bidder an hi labors will be lightened and the acre of ground containing a dwellcountry will be a better and health- ing on Dix river in Lincoln county, ier place in which to live. A vigi- Ky., bounded thus: Beginning nt a lant health officer is worth a gTeat cedar in line of Isaac Havs and deal to a community, flis job is Sue Blanks thence S E 70 yards to largely a thankless one, and if he an elm in line between Isaac Hays 70 yards to buckeye stump, thence docs his duty fully and conscientiwith line between Eddy Ball and ously he is likely to be the recipient Isaac Hays 70 vors t0 beginning. of more curses thnn compliments. The object of sale is to satisfy A considerable portion of the public plaintiffs judgment for $145 with is disposed to recent modern sani- 0 per cent interest from Oct. 2, 1910 tary ideas, and until there is more nnd $7.90 with C per cent from Feb. general education along these lines 12. 1!H2 nnd $12.50 with C per cent the position of health guardian will Nov. 20, 1910, subject to these credbe no bed of roses. In the face of its; $5 March 20, 1912. $5 March these facts ti is gratify- 29, 1912, $4 April 22, 1912, nnd the ing to observe that so many of tho costs. snle will conntry health officers nre showing of The months, he made on a credit C bond with good a disposition to enlorce sanitary curity for purchase price, bearingse- C law6 and regulations without fear or per cent interest from date, payable favor. to Commissioner having effect of judgment and secured by lien will be Our big sale is now on. Prices required. 50.3f. low on anything. Sam Robinson. E. D. Pennington. M. C. L. C. CI (Courier-Journal) Commendation for Dr. Carpenter d Men's Shoes At no time in our lives have we been bct- ter prepared than today to furnish Shoes for every occasion and for all purposes. vSKoes What we mean by -Dress Shoes is Patent leather, tan and gun metal-leat- her tve dress or polish. In these we show the n Wed-nued- Dress bro-thn- """ ValK-Ove- - Matchless Nettleton r, at $5, $5.50 and $6. The the most extensively ' ot advertised shoe in the world, at $3.50 to $5.00. These are all in both low shoes and regular top. We mean Work Shoes Shoes, calfby 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 "Menzies" at $3, $3.50 and $4.00, are in a class to themselves. They are strong; they arc comfortable; they look genteel. We are doing the shoe business. Come sec us. well-kno- 00000000000000000 ol H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky it. lllHftfettBiPAST MmjtL I JlW-O-f- 2 COLORS Vu l ' TO GUARANTEED FAST ... 3UNNDrWATE.R N-- . hlM, Editors Green Clay Walker and Joe E. Robinson, of the Lancaster Record, are fast qualifying for a Resident Secretaryship to Judge Sullivan. Bee Lick Boreing Dead. Jnmes M. Boreing, one of the best known citizens of London, died at his home Wednesday afternoon. He had been suffering from ptomaine poisoning, caused Irotn entmg lob sters while in Cincinnati last week but the immediate cause of his death was heart failure. Mr. Boreing was the oldest son of the lute C'nngresoman Vincent Boreing. ne leaves a widow and two children, a son and a daughter. M. Jas. A TEXAS WONDER. 1ffiPWmms 1,' gjgrf?rii SL-JV $' I ! IMaM "?. tiBSIBBfeJi3ISH557 "Ws33B You can leave your windows open and the shades op lay after day, yet the un cannot fade JhC. Re colors are everlasting proof against (tyJlORFAjT both fading and water. No guessing about thU positively GUARANTEED instead. This U ealy oae of its many advantages over other mattings. It has no odor at all, can be sewed like any carpet, dirt can't sift through it sanitary beautiful dainty patterns and colorings easy to keep clean and, best f afl, the price won't scare you. r1l lirfiiHv atinur von a nlrft assortment and floor cov. d you more about this unusual ? when you're ready. Why not y low-priceto-da- "JUST THINK OF IT!" "sar IteH L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. COURSES: Preparatory, State Cer Life Diploma, County Certificate Special. Tuition Free to Appointees, Summer Term Open June 17 Expenses Very Low. Ask About It. Artistic Catalogs Free. Address : : : : Richmond, Kentucky J. 0. CRABIE. President. : : State mr TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS i r"JfITlfll ' Bro. Meece filled his regular Liberty Sunday with a Jarge attendance. Mrs. Arney has been very sick, but is hotter. Boirn to the wife of Jack Mullins a girl. Mrs. David Proctor is very sick nt this writing. Mr. Mnce Brown, of LeavellGrcen is very low. Mr. Elmer Proctor, of Crawfords-vill- e, hid., has been in to see his Bick mother, Mrs. Dove Proctor. There will be a Children's Day at Union church Sunday. Mrs. Delia Thompson is expecting to make at trip to South Bend, Ind., to see her daughter, Mrs. David Southern. Mr. Hud Stringer, called on one of the fair sex, Sunday. Mr. I'Jes Brown, near Ottawa, is visiting his sifter nt this place. The wedding hells have been ringing in this section. Mr. Shubert Barnes, of Brodhend, nnd Miss Delia Reynolds, of Bee Lick, were married Suuday, and also Mr. Nnthan Delaney nnd Miss Hughes of tho Holdam's Mill section. Mr. W. A. Owens, who has been singing at Providence teaching church closed last Sunday. llr. John Stringer and wife of Lincoln county nre visiting J. W. Stringer at this place. 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. nail, 2920 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by Shngars and Tanner. Commissioner's Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Mao E. FernJl, Plaintiff, vs Mary Jane Fernll, etc., Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment of sale entered in the above styled case in tbe Lincoln Circuit Court nt its regular May term 1912, the undr-frigue- d Muster Commissioner will nt nbout 1 :30 o'clock P. M., on MONDAY, JULY 8th, 1912 (County Court Day) offer for sale nt public outcry to the lughvst und best bidder before the court house door in Stanford, Kentucky, the following described reality. A tract of land on the waters of Dix River in Lincoln county, Ky., nnu oounueu ns lollows: Beginning in the cuter of the Stnnford and Lancaster turnpike road on a corner of W. G. Welch's and Bill Stepp thence N 01 2 W 14 poles 17 links to a larce white oak tree corner to George Benedict; thence N 33 4 E 84 poles to a stone corner to same; thence S 59 2 E 70 poles 12 2 links to the center of the Stanford nnd Lancaster pike thence with same S 70 4 W 10 poles 15 links; S 79 4 17 poles 20 links; S 54 4 W 17 poles; S 59 4 W 29 poles 20 links S C8 2 W 29 poles 5 links to the beginning containing 21 acres 2 rods 34 poles of land. This snlo is made for the purpose of reinvesting the proceeds of same. Terms: Said sale will be made on a credit of six months nnd the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved personnl security for the purchase price payable to the Commissioner, nnd bearing interest at rate of 0 per cent, per annum from date of sale; and a lien will be reserved on the land to secure the pnyment of said bond and same shall have the force and effect of a judgment. Witness my 49-3- F hand this Juno 15th 1012. E. D. Pennington. M. C. L. C. C 1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-- DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1854. It's successor: National Bank of Stanford, organized June 2, 1865. Recognized as First National Bank OCTOBER 3, 1882. This Bank has been In successful and uninterrupted operation for 58 years, and ls worthy of the confidence of of the public. Open an account with us today. Hay Rakes Hay Forks Mowing Blades Etc., at W.EHiggins Stanford, Ky. NATURE'S ESStMLv-- Nature's law ore perfect, but diicate followt if these lawi ire not obeyed. Go straight to nature lor the cure, to tbe lorekt ; there are mytteriea here that we y tree, the root oi mandrake, can fathom lor you. Take the bark of the stone, Oregon grope root, queen's root, bloodroot and golden seal, make a scienextract of them with just the rhlht proportions and you have tific, wild-cherr- ' Extracted From torest Plants. It took Dr. Pierce, with tbe assistance of two learned chemists, eight years of hard work experimenting to make this pure glyceric extract and alterative of tho greatest efficiency and without the use of a particle of alcohol. Just tue sort 01 rcmcuy you neea 10 make ncn, rcu blood, and cure that lassitude and feeling of nerve exhaustion. Dr. I'iercc's Golden Medical Discovery bears the stamp of Public ArwovAi. and has sold more largely In the past forty )ears than any other blood purifier and stomach tonio. "Soma 'time ra I sot out ot health my itomh sremal to bo tha wat of Ui liutit!." toilUd llK. i:zOA V.'ILLUUi. ut IMUU, Kmt... "i comnwnrMl to doctor with all th doctors at homo urn weU as wtUi Doctor Plercc'g Golden Medical Discovery. A Substantial Surplus Htnlomt'iit of tliiH bank nt the lat,t coll of the (showed n surplus of comn-trollcr V'a''' l frtiier spoclalists on stomach and digestive organs. Nono seemed to d3 any tfu.l-- in fact, moat of tho medicine did ma harm. Finally, 1 wruto nt to Dr. i'lerre, liunalo, N. Y.. who rvplivl, ttatlnz that I had livtr with Indication und conlUpatfon, and advUul Dr. l'lcrco's tioldca Discovery and 1'lvasant 1'dU.U.' Medical "Tho 'IMKovery' and '1'elhsU, havo put mo on mr feot Main' Ifrmwl U bo Just what 1 needed. 1 could not have recovurod without thvm." This lnrge Bum is inado up of enrniiifc's which have- been loft intuct, in order to add to tho finnncial strength of the Hank, nnd further guarantee the safety of depositors. mm is u om'u onus 10 intrust your lunds. - $100,100 Lincoln County Nalional Bank Corner Next to Courthouse. E. Wiuxuu, Esq. Dr. Plereo'm fieateai rciieit are tor urer . Stanford, Ky. OH58!iSi.&Mm a 4" X"TtS 3r I m.. (tf.. Misses Laura and Mnudo Carter attending tho Chautauqua in Dnnville this week. .Mrs. Will Craig nnd children left Friday to visit her hushnnd Dr. W. K. Cinig at Ileren. Miss Mary Haiky has returned to Crab Orchard, after a isit to Mr. nnd Mrs, Illedsoc Uailey. Mrs. J. F. Larue, of Louisville, is the g.ient of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Huff DuddcTar at Itowlnnd. Mr. Ector Lawson, of Lancaster has been the recent guest of Pres-co- tt Arc, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1912 mcIumm, Scott' Emuhion iacrewci lie appetite aid btiMt ttrcifUi rapielly. lUwoaderfml You are cordially invited to attend a LADIES Rev. P. L. Ilmec will preach at McCormack church Snndny afternoon, June 30, at 3 o'clock. How to be Certain of S 7 I can make yonr old straw hats Also clean and press yonr clothes nicely. Give me a trinl. Harry Droaddus, next door to Trib-bl- e. look like new. TVaIiMIaa l. . w. . .. . taut wh.ii, health "V mn,r xo overcome. In at stake Curing Constipation Lttm rrnllw Miwaj ovuhaeat utitU atlare la rettwiaf kctkk. ABDnttiiit. ftcolt ft nownr, ntootnfttld N J IJ-- practical cooking and baking Jnme liai II, Itnughmnn er bought a 7 DEMON STR ATION SOCIAL and PERSONAL i Misa Anna Chnneellor is in Dnn-Mitle'guet of .Mrs. II. I Miller. V. Wi "Hme down from his home folks here Corbin to Mr. Jeffe Herron, of Liberty wns here a fjliort time Monrny on his way to Dnnville. MUses Jrnn I'nxton and Mntsy Hrimoa aru in Danville, the miests of Mnmio Wells. MitMm. Mnppic llogue, of IlrynntR-- . Mile, ! tlto Kuet of Mr. II. D. lc domc Overland touiing ear this week. It will not be delivered for fevernl days as the faeloiy is said to be behind with ordcrp. come to the Sunday school rally nt Hiibblp Chn- tian church Sunday June 30th, 1012 We especially desire to have thec who hiic moved from Hubble to romc home again Sunday A hearty welcome to nil nnd a good prozram R. L. Berry, rendered. County Drown. Ve iit Miss Herta Jenn Penny left Fii-dn- y for Crab Orchard, sho will piny in the orchestra. Eterjbody invited to J Itusell Drown is homo from" mfrtmlth. IIS tv. Cheatnut St., Ixmlavllle. ny. are but a few of thnuaanda ehowlnrf the esteem In which Dr. Caldia in me ""fferlnir from chronic well's Srrun PrMln la h.11 T. I. Miu U wontty of th,r Bentle. Sttentfon. ' 'ni not violent, like Malta nr rnlhapfl.. t ...... .....-.- . AriUnVln l;lnlon of ItRlona of reliable ao conJilMHr"18 i ,hf. mo,t fjtutal.orn and pleaaantly uwnthat In time ... ... nature i Imaylnable tan nn un. ... . worn wiinout oul- cured i,,?i.?r"J u,e of Caldwell'a Syrup alde aid. Constituted people owe It to Prfn,,r,iT.0l!.mr.nit ' heard of it themaelrea to iio this frand bowel .d0nonot doubt Ita merlta on apeclflc na. not oeen Anyone wlehln? to MataSfiV ,.,.TVU".''. a It rm1tf hakfnraa rimlnMmakeI. trial of this k. . ear dpilirntat m. Ma.. VIV flf liny cents or.on tfiff-ehliitt,e Cmlly tiU) can ay CSi SV?Win . S2l.r.. lm? mmn nviiv ma infl n- IU w irrft rnf rtiart.. r.' yf'i'ij' uureHBinirHOTT19 A . rv iir tr. i?ie,,t. ,05 waahlnitton BL, lSL,,S!1,.0w. our nam n" Jdress poatat card will Co. 1' rr.n wool? fry"1"1'prejudice then be. youra, ot. ?eHl .u " ..i. ...i. - ,... sSffaaff-,- , ran ;lorl ....... m "tifc ..... .!.. -- - Ilatichman. Miks Kntio Pnyne, of the East Knd in vittiiiiR friends and relatives in (Vrbin. Minn Mary IJnrch, who taught at Staunton, Vn., has returned home to jcnd the summer. Mm. Will Kenney, of Dnnulle, hns lfn the recent picst of Mr. T. D. Jlaney nnd family. Mih Jeic Lee Phillip's is in Lebanon Junction usitinp her uncle Mr. Richard IInmjton nnd wife- Mr Hubert Willis and Mis May Willis, of Columbia, nre the piots of Mm. H. F. Powell. MiKes 'Huth Keane and Lavinia Medrnw, of Junction City, were here a short time Wednesday. Wilkinson, of LanMi.h I!tT-ricaster, is the K11"' ot Miss Gertrude Wilkinson. Mr. It. it. Gentry, of Frankfort, came over Wednesday to spend sev-irdays with friends. Miss Ilerta Jean Fenny nnd Mr. Hubert Carpenter attended Grand OjMjrii Wwliwsdny evening at the Danville Clinutauqun. Mcsrs. L. M. Suter, Ernest Pep-pie- s and J. T. Wilkinson motored over to Islington Saturday with Mr A. It. Dilliou, of Liberty. nnd Mr. Mws Annie .Herndon Lewis Herndon, of Lancaster, stopped over between trains Wednesday on their return home from Louis-wil- e. e nl LMiiville where he has been attending business college for several months. MNs Annie Dunn who has been ictu iiitit; at npnrtcnnnrp, a. V. enmo home Friday. Her niece, Frances Kmbry went to Junction City to meet hcr.( George G. Meiicfec inn up fTorn HirmniL'hntn, Ala., to spend his vacation with the home folks, lie is one of the lendiu? sulcMrcn for the Shirwin-Willinm- s pnints. Prof. J. W. Ireland hns returned from Louisville, where he played an important part in the annunl meeting of the Kentucky Educational Association. George D. Hopper will soon leave for Crab Orchard to join the virehes-ti- a which will piny there this summer. A number of C. U. bojs will he wetnlurs of the orchestra. Councilman Ed Wilkinson is back in his tonsorml parlors nfter a lengthy stny at Elixir Springs. He litis not completely rccocred from hi rheumatic nttack, but is much impTOed, his mnny friends will he glnd to knuw. SHORT LOCAL NEWS Look I I'rcidet. Stop, look at our window Croquet Sets from 75 cents to $3.50. Pinny's The Itexnll Store. Sealed bids fur the mirplus milk of the Stanioid Cleamery will be receiNed until midnight June 20th. H. J. McKoucrtH, Sec'y. The Independent Ticket of Roosevelt's may look good THE NEW PERFECTION OIL STOVE BLUE FLAME The .Harrodbhurg Ltadcr, a pnper, (.ays that not a third of the regular republicans in Mercer county, will vote for Tuft this fall. It cnys they ate against a btolen r.oinmntion. at our store, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday July 1, 2 and 3 Come and learn the merits and economy of this modern stove. Safe, quick and reliable and does not heat your kitchen in hot weather. Good things to cat served free. Expert lady demonstrator in attendance. Sheriff's Salel Number dir which frnm the Clerk's Office of the Lin- coin ureuit Court, in favor of A. U. Miracle, against Robert Rob-bin- s, I, or one of my deputies, will on Monday, the 8th day of July 1912, between the hours of one o'clock P. M. nnd two o'clock P. M. at the eourt house door in Stanford County of Lu.coln, Ky., expose to public sale to the highest bidder, the following jrroperty (or so much thereof as may satisfy the amount of the Plaintiff's debt, interest, und t: costs,) A tract of laud in TJnenln i.mniv Kentucky, lewed on by the sheriff of Lincoln county on October 13th 1010 belonging to the defendant Robert Itobbms, and bounded thus: On the north bv tlm lnnrts nf Airs M. D. Johnson, un the East by the lands of C. Denham, on the South by the lands of Coleman Johnson, nnd Jii the West by the lands of J. H. Wilder. This levy wns made sub-leto vendor's lien in favor of J. II. Scarbrough, for ($100) one hundred dollars, ns shown in deed book 45, page 3. TIso subject to a mortgage of (?50) fifty dollars, with C per cent interest from February 24, 1910 iu favor of Mrs. M. D. Johnson, which is recorded in mortgnge book N. page 182. This levy was made October 18th, 1910. The amount of this execution to satisfy A. B. Miracle, is $143.00 with interest at G per cent from ICth November, 1907 nnd the cash expended $5.70. levied upon ns the of Robert Robbins, if.ic.ub: bale will be made on a credit of (3) three months, bond, with approved security required, bearing interest nt the rato of 0 per cent per annum from day of sale, and having the forco and effect of a sale bond, this 20th dnv of Jimp 1912. W. L McCarty. 50-Sheriff Lincoln County Court 541, Venditioni ected tO me. ny vn tue ol Execution Exponas C45 ISSllPfl Gem Theatre for sale cheap. To Pike Contractors;. All persons hnving contracts for repairing turnpike roads, will please forward and execute their bond. Judge J. P. 51-lluiley, Judge. 2. George H. Farris, Stanford, Kentucky lit to-wi- to SOME people, but if you will wear one of our Hart, Schaffner & Marx All Wool Suits, you will look good to EVERYBODY. -- Miss Ellen O'Neil Scott is visiting friends nnd relatives in Covington, and will spend n few days ni Pans, when ihe returns home. Mesdames Maggie Hogue, Eliza Hallnrd anl daughter, Mayme, Mrs. Hogue Hnllard, of Rryantsvillc, were were, were the guests of Mrs. Mnr-tlI'liilLp ln-- t week. Mr. John IUOI, of Corbin, stopjied off on his way to Louisville, and visited friends nnd relatives. Mr. Hell says hi likes his new mountain home fine, he lias a good job with tho L. A N. at that place. m iff ca S"U. BUBS WUnnrf yuM m- mWMm$wMmfl WRSvA r wUl LbU. Arrow iMk y til KjHv I & fI of this modern Move. Makes cook rangements for a moving picture restaurant. ing a pleasure in hot weather Geo. show to entertain the guests each Helm to Speak in Casey. II. Farris. eU'iiing this season. Congressman Harvey Helm will he in Liberty on the first Monday in Messrs. L. M. Vivion nnd W. E. Dr. E. J. Drown traded in hit. old July, the opening of circuit court Illnkeman, of Ilnrrodsburg, were vnr for a brand new Flanders run and will speak to the democrats of here Thursday, Mr. Vnion being one about this week ,II drove Ins new Casey there that day in tho interest of the district managers of the mncbire through from Louisville of his candidacy for to United Clothing Stores. Mr. Dlnkc-mn- n Wednesday and it is n beautj. Congiess. Ho is desirous of meeting nil his friends in Liberty that is a r.pccial agent of the Nat day. ional Cush Itegistcr Company, and Lnncaster is to have n fair after has put hundreds of machines all. The dates of July 24, 25 and Saturday is tho last day for paythroughout Ccntrnl Kentucky. 2t) have selected, nnd tho ment of box rent nt the post office. Knights of Pythias lodge will back Those who do not pay by that time the enterprise. will call at general delivery for their mail. James C. Florence, P. M. Services at the Presbyterian church Sunday June 30. liiblo school For Rent. Three nt 0:30 a. in., Morning service 11 kitchen, downstairs,good rooms and garden and o'clock. Subject "The Sncredness of stable room if wanted. Apply to 4C-t- f. the. Family." Young Peoples' meet- Mrs. Susaii B. Yeagcr. ing ut 7 p. iu., Evening- service at 7:30. Subj'ect "The Blessedness of Insure with the leadlnq companies. Fish & Bromlev reDresent the Pure in Heart." them. All lines. A Feeling of Security. X""'j For Sale or Rent. MoKinney Yon nnturnlly feel 6ecuro when you OonI & Feed property. If not sold know that the medicine you are by the first of July will rent. This about to tako is absolutely pure and part of UNDERTAKERS AND There never was a contains no harmful producing drugs is tho business one lot, the property consisting of 150 feet at ALSO DEAL-ESuch a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's railroHil track, one coal bin 02 feet thirst that Coca-Col- a IN FURNITURE, Swamp Itoot, the great Kidney, Liv- long, one warehouse 30x00 feet anRUGS. THEY WILL couldn't satisfy. er aud Bladder Itemed. EXCHANGE other warehouse offico and scale FURNITURE 6traifiht as an ar- The same standard of purity, building combined 24x52 feet, and a is FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. 80es; QIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE maintainstrength and excellence is row, to the dry spot. first class wagon scale in connection ed in everv bottle of Swamp-Roo- t. Rest piece of business property in And besides this, I Swamp-RoSPRING SUITING is scientifically com- the town of McKlnney, first class pounded from vegetnble herbs. My new spring and summer sam territory for business, trade now esIt is not a stimulant and is taken tablished on Coal feed lime cement ples are now ready for your inspec in tenspoonful doses. salt, briek. For any further infor- tion, iiiey It is not recommended for every- mation in regard to this property, the market. Icomprise tba best on can suit anyone as to thing. call to seo or write E. O. GOOCU, price who had his clothes made to It is nature's great helper in Te- - MoKinney, Ky. order. A suit made to your measure licung nnd overcoming kidnoy, liver is preferable to ready made olothea. and bladder troubles. SliTi or OhioCitt orlouDO. I . satis :s to a T the call for To have them made to measure Lucia Couktt. A sworn statement of purity is f with every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's puuirr oi tho nrm ot p. j cumcr a co , doim uoesn t cost any more than ready something purely delicious builnraa la tti City ot Tolvdo. County and Swnmp-ltoo- t. atumiu. and that hm arm win py the mm oi'maue wlien quality and fit IB con- and deliciously pure and ONE vy If you need a medicine, you should crue ot IlUNUHtl)thatDOLLAH3ha lor rath and uw vt i Bl.tpm,! i lyOme in anu let me take caunot amain curi by uw have tho best. uiu. utTAttau vuu. mANK J CIIENEV your measure. wholesome. If you nro nlready convinced thnt Bwom to btor me and ubaerltxd Iu my pmtnee, H. C. Rupley, The Practioal Tailor. Swnmp-ltoi3 what you need, you thu tb day ol IXctmbtr, A. l . IBM. -A. W. aLEASOV. will find it on sale at all drug stores II 7 II Notkt nuc. ZZa Catarrh Pura la ukrn Intm&llr and aria in bottles of two sizes, fifty-cent- s Hall See Us Before Buying Refreshing directly upon tba blood and mucoua auttacca ol Iba r. and ratetu. bcu tor tntlnionuia. trt. Your Spring Goods r J riiLMiy co Touao, o. Thirst-Quenchin- g Hold by all Drunlau. lie. Sample Bottle Swamp-RoFree laaa lull a taaiuv ruu lot ronttlpatlon. Have nfee Selection of Drog-fiet- s, IJ!W li" By Mail. Mattings, Carpets, Demand the Genuine as made by Lace Curtains, etc. The Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing CO., Atlanta, oa. THE COCA-COLCorrect Styles In Millinery. hnniton, N. Y., for a sninplo bottle, ' Come and see our Stock and freo by mail it will convince lou Our new booklet, telline; of Coca-Col- a be convinced. County Surveyor will also receive booklet of valuablo vindication at Chattanooga, for the information, telling all about the General Farm Surveying J asking. kidneys. When writing bo sure and j 52.6m Phone 172, Stanford, y mention tho Stanford Interior Journal. 45-- 4. pio-perIn-e- Tlie Caccy County fair will he Ice cream supper and social at held at Liberty Sept. 24, 25, 2G and Golden Dawn Springs Pnik on night 27. The diieetoi have announced jf July 4tb. Everybody invited. Don't fnil to attend the demonwinch is regarded stration of the new Perfection Dluc the premium Owing to the high price of everyFlame Oil Stove at our store Mon- ns nn extremely liberal one. thing to cnt, we will be compelled to day, Tuesday and Wednesday of Come and leam 5t1ic next week. The enterprising management of raise our price on single meals to good cookmg and baking qualities Crab Orchid Springs hns made ar- 35 cents, beginning at once. Cover's Of Esprcial Interest to Ladies ct Prices Cut On Summer Stock (JUMMINS fc WEAREN M. All Wool Clothes Stanford, Kentucky Home of H.S. & ty v'lSfiEib rr - J.L.Beazley &Co tHHppSHM A Fountain Shirts ; fI 7y l R MAT-TING- S, Jf The pattern you like In the size you want ot W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Ky. SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN m Sunday, june aoth Delicious ot on:-dolln- ot $lHHS9ffl SPECIAL TRAIN .50 Round Trip ,",ii- -" A E. D. Pennington, Scmi-WcoU- nwmt MMR Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. mmnmiM T'H' urftom.vei tfrw).iixwi'i' m THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY ALMOST KILLED BY FRIDAY, JUNE 2t, 1912 LIGHTNING STROKE m G'tS." fir wv - 'i'i.-- v m Wm. Poynter Has Narrow Escape From Death Ballard-Rlgsb- y Wedding in East End T'reachersviHr, Jane 2". JTucsilny afternoon, of Inst week, Poynter, living near Mr. William in Flntwood, three miles north-cas- t, Garrard, was almost killed by n bolt Mr. Poynter Sought of lightning. YOUR CHANCE stock must be reduced and has arrived-O- ur in order to do so we will offer our entire stock at cost for cash only, for fifteen days. and wait at r r With The Do not overlook 5M shelter from the approaching storm in the barn of George Elnm. In the barn vroro Mr. EInm and two small children. The electrical discharge ran down a post from the ! T y - N roof where it had torn out quite nn opening, striking the reins and killing Mr. Poynter's horse, which he nnd. tied to the post. The cccusnis o the bprn irer? rendered unconscious by tho stroke. When Elara regained consciousness Poynter was still apparently lifeless. Medical aid was summoned and the injured man brought out of his stupor but it was some days before he wns rightly nt himself. Tho horso which was killed was worth .5130. Miss Annie Belle Smith, of Jliatt, was n guest of Mrs. J. M. Cress. Miss Kato Payne is visiting John Bell and W. W. "Wade in Corbin. Mrs. Elizabeth Barker, of Crab Orachnrd, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Ona Taylor. Fonnt Blnnkeiibliip and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Cy Ware, near Rowland. Mrs. William Sprinkles, of the Dawson's Mill section was a guest of Mrs. F. L. Thompson last week. Miss Jennie Lawrence and Miss Hester were guests of Miss Mary Anderson. Mrs. John Naylor, son Charles, and granddaughter, Miss Gertrude Adams, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grovcr Gastineau, of Point Leavcl. J. L. Payne and handsome daughter, of Lebanon Junction were vJsiting the family of his brother, J. F. Payne. Rev. Robert Jordan and wife, of Corbin, were' guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. "Walter Jordan. Grovcr Rigsby, nged 19, and Miss Jessie Ballard, 17, eloped to Jeffer-sonvila few days ago and were united in the bonds of matrimony. "While the young folks had been sweethearts for some time, their marriage came as a surprise to everyone. The groom fe the oldest son of Mr. nnd Mrs. John R. Rigsby and is liked by all. His bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Enlhrd nnd quite pretty We extend our congratulations. Rev. J. E. Roberts preached Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night nt the M. E. church to good crowds. Menefee Elmore, who is a natural born hustler when it comes to trade deals, and can get money out of ev erything, is also a vendor of sewing machines nnd many of the housewives are pleased with their purchases. Matt Rigsby killed a monster rat which had gnawed a new hole in the wall and became fastened when it tried to back out. The poultry bad suffered much this year from the depredations of the rodents, and no farm house or barn escaping their destructive ravages, it is safe to say their cost to the farmers of the United States will amount to millions of dollars. "Why not inaugurate a nation-wid- e rat killing dayt Mrs. Levi Bell undoubtedly has the best chicken hatch yet. One hundred eggs produced 96 chickens. Mr. and Mrs H. B. McClary, of Dnnmore, My., visited his aunt Mrs. J. M. Cress. J. Rigsby was visiting at Brodhead last week. The recent appointment of Mr. Marshall Newland by tlovernor should have the hearty approval, not only of his party, but everyone else as well. Being equipped as surveyor and civil engineer no should make a valued member of the Lincoln Fiscal Court. Mcs-dnmes le the great bargains you can get here during this sale, July 1 to 16. until Monday, July 1, AVE this 9 o'clock a. m. entire stock of Cummins & Wearen, of Stanford. Ky., will be offered for 15 days, at abso lute cost, consisting of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Ladies', Men's and Children's Shoes and Oxfords, Hats, Underwear, Pants, Shirts. This sale includes our Hart, Schaf fner & Marx line of Clothing, and Hanan Oxfords for men. TO BE SOLD IN FIFTEEN DAYS, s each $15 purchase made on Monday, July 1st, we will give one Dress Shirt, your size. . Beginning Hip-raug- 9 o'clock A. M., Monday, July 1st Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords in Tans, Patents and Vicis, Velvets and Suedes. $4 Grades $3 Grades $2 A Terrific Sale, sending death and destruction to high prices and demoralizing competition. Thousands will come for miles to attend this sale. Please remember, when we say cost we mean cost. Everything we advertise will positively be on sale, and is backed by our long and honorable career in business. h or Hurrah sensation, but are offering, our entire stock of dependable merchandise at actual cost for fifteen days. We are not advertising a Sensational Bargains in Men's, Children's Clothing. Boys' and 100 Suits sizes 34, 35 and 36, $10 to $15 goods to Close at at $3.15 at at $4.98 $3.50 Grades Mens $10 suits Mens $15 suits Mens $18 Mens $20 $6.98 Mens $12.50 suits at $7.98 $9-9- 8 at grades at .... .... .. $2.75 $255 $1.50 at suits at suits at ....' M. $1.50 and $1.75 Grades $12.98 $150 at CHILDRENS' SHOES IN SAME PROPORTION. MENS' SHOES AND OXFORDS $'398 suits at $15.98 $18-9- Mens $22.50 Boys H.S.& suits Mens $25 H. S. two-pie- &M. suits at See the ciSi Auto in our window. .98c 18c ;... Boys Knee Pants .... 98c to $4.50 15c to 75c 200 pairs ladies' and misses' Shoes and Oxfords, $2.50 and $3.50 values, your choice for $5.50 and $6 Hanan Shoes and oxfords at $4 Shoes and Oxfords in Patent, Ta n, Vicis $3.50 Shoes and Oxfords In Patent, Tans, and Vicis $3 Shoes and Oxfords 10c Black Sox 15c Sox at ... at 4.50 $3.15 $2J5 $255 6c 9c 18c Men's Hats $4 Stetson Hats $3.50 Hats at $3 Hats at $2.85 . $2.50 $2-2- Underwear 25c Underwear at 50c Underwear at 75c Underwear at $1 Underwear at 75c Union Suits at $1 Union Suits at $1.50 Union Suits at 50c Shirts at 75c. Shirts at $1 Chirts at , 38c 50c - t $2.56 Hats $2 Hats at $1.50 Hats $1 at $) $1-5- at $125 Hats at Hats at 50c Gloves $1 '. ' - $5 90c 75c 38c 0 75c 40c 75c 25c Sox, Silk and Lisle in all colors . 5c Handkerchiefs at 10c Handkerchiefs at 25c Suspenders at 50c Ties at ... 3c 7c 18c 33c 18c $M5 88c 55c 78c $1.15 10c 25cTiesat Lot Wash Ties 25c Caps at 50c Caps at $1 Caps at 100 Childrens' Caps I 5c 18c Gloves $1.50 Gloves at at at .75c $'-'5 $l.50'Shlrts at 38c 75c In 15c Linen Collars at 50c L 75c goods choice .. 18c Men's Pants Our Guarantee Nothing taken out on Anything bought during this sale not proving satisfactory, or Just as represented, will be gladly exchanged or your money refunded. Come with the crowds and make us prove every assertion we have made. I Lot Mens Pants $155 Pants at $1.50 Pants at $2 Pants at $2.50 Pants at $3 Pants at $4 Pants at $5 Pants at $6 Pants at 38c 78c $M0 $1.60 $1.75 $2.15 $3 $3.75 $425 ZEMO FOR YOUR SKIN Eczema, Pimples. Rash and all Skin Afflictions Quickly Healed No matter what the trouble, rhnfintr rjimnlcB salt rheum. .Zemo instantly stops irritation. The cure comes quick. Sinks right in, leaving no trace. Zemo is a,vanish-in- g liquid. Your tldn fairly revels with" delight the moment Zemo is applied. Greatest thing on earth for ec-u- ul THE REMEMBER THE DATE, orTHE PLACE AND this sale. PRICES. anything charged to any one during approval dandruff. The wonderful way m which Eczema, rashes, pimples, dandruff, tetter quickly heals by the magic touck of Zemo is marvelous. Zemo is sold everywhere, by leading druggists and in Stanford by G. L. Penny, th druggist. Via Southern Railway in Kentucky and the 4th of July. southwest. Account Tickets wi sale July 2, 3, 4. Final lnnit July Sth 1012. .For detail fares see local nnd other information, ticket agent, or write J. C. Beam, A. G. I A. St. Louis, Mo. Low Rates To points Cummins The Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Wearen All-Wool STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Clothes m m juiflBSEsauz; jnm a rjtTsawr-crjKT- r.. ,.j .grimi. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, FORMER KENTUCKY LINCOLN FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1912, MAN Springs, Mattresses Dining Tables Parlor Tables Rockers, Ob airs Wall Paper Carpets Mattings Rugs Druggets, Lace Curtains Shades, Pictures Trunks, Sewin g Machines BedRooraSuifces Odd Dressers Odd Beds Odd Wash Stands S6c People's Stock Remedy Guaranteed healthier to keep your Back From Cuba Where He Sold Fint Horse Flesh. The Lexington Herald published the following nbout a trip i former Lincoln man has just made to Culm with a big consignment of fino horscficsiii Mr. J. F. Cook, the horseman, has just returned from u trip to Havana, where lie went to (like some blooded stock for Gcu. Jose. Miguel Gomez, president of the Republic of Cuba. Tho horses were two stallion, Alicnn, by Roosevelt, and Loid La Fayette, by Uourbon King, and eight registered marcs. De.sules theso Mr. Cook took three other fino horses for Mr. Justo Vera one of the largest planters and ranchmen of the Islutid. Mr. Cook was ery much pleased with his trip to Cuba, which, ho says, is n gicnt and licit stock country, with fine pastures, mid if the people will use care in selecting fino blooded animals and keep the fctock up, they will be able to raise as tine animals as any found in any other country. While in Ilnvnim Mr. Cook had occasion to visit some of the bigges-- t sugar plantations and ranches on the Island, ns well as the agricultural station at Santiago de las Vegas, somo twenty miles form Havntin, where he saw many fine specimens of fine blooded stock, a number of them bought by the Cuban government Inst summer nt the I ook fni in. Mr. Cook hud the pleasure of meeting President Gomez, who lie i n very fascinating man ntid a grout fancier of fino stock. The piesidcnt owns more than 20,000 neres of land, most of it stocked He is doing a great with tattle. deal to encourage the raising of fine nnimnls on tho island and has already ordered tho creation of a stud book for 'the registration of saddle mares. well-know s For the Hair Arc you so fortunate as to be well satisfied with your hair? Is it long enough, thick enough, rich enough ? And your hair does not fall out? Weli,well,thatisgood. But you may know of some not so fortunate. Then just tell them about Ayer's Hair Vigor. They will surely thank you after using it, if not before. Remember, it does not color the hair. Show the list of ingredients to your doctor. Let him decide their value. He knows. Mid, br Corsets You can make no mistake in buying Corset, price $1, $1.50 and $2. Also a full line of American Beauty Corsets, prices $1 to $3.50. Slock In a and better condition. a Warner's Rust-Pro- of People's Poultry Remedy Guaranteed the BEST Egg Producer and Disease Preventative. Every pack- age of the above Remedies sold on a Personal Guarantee, backed by George H. Farris Stanford, Ky. J. C. ATIB CO.. L.w.11. W.M. Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. v U W. A. Tribble rc.sIJcnco. K nt com-twytcle-ibont J. C. McClary Mnkc nico home mid nlaco voureelf m a toitiin to cct tlio latest market nuotn-.tiotime. Tli.s can be nccomnlislicd bv mentis of our tclculione at iinv pel vice which vou and vour nciehbors enn cet for n (ura that is smnll with the benefit received. Cnll or address our nearest office or wnto direct to henduuurtcre. Nashville. Tcnii.. for information rccardinc our Huee'al "Funnels Line" intc If vou arc not nt present eiiiovine service. e cult immediately interest vou. Our lines cocr Iho Stntes Jill. FAHMKIt- :- RURAL vour ns modem for vour familv ns a TELEPHONES. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER STANFORD KENTUCKY. Vf Kentucky. Tennessee. Mississioiti. Ijuliiuin and the Southern nortion CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEL. CO. of Indiana uud Illinois. Office Phone 167. Home Plinne 35 Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist. Whose wonderful Root & Herb medicines have been making sucu wonderful cures for years past in Kentucky, extends greetings to tho read- Pleasant Point. ltcv. J. A. Singleton, wus overtaken while on his way to King's Mountain the J 8th by Joel Shirns and Miss Vercin Mitchell, who were searching for n preacher to tie the nuptial knot. Rev. Singleton tho words, uliicli made them man and wife and the happy couple went on their way rejoicing. Chniles Dje and C. Jeffries witnessed the ceremony. The groom is a prominent joung man of I'ulnski, while the bride one of Wnyncsburg's populur and attractive young ladies. We extend to ilieni hearty congratulations. A number of guests were delightfully entertained nt tho homo of Jlev. ,1. A. Herald Wednesday evening. Miss Pearl Hogue, of Yoscmite, is ng SANETY it Sanety Fruit Jars Wnmam . iEXfTRA .WIDE MOUTH A& TE3St. Sanicap Tops getting them for you' relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bnstin, of Middlctown, O., have arrived to ers ofThe Interior Journal, through the courtesy & splendid rules off tr-by its editor. Tho name of my great universal remedy, is COM--CEL--SAR. ed MONEY BACK DANDRUFF CURE. G. L. Penny spend the summer with tho latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Alford. II. Mitchell and wife, of Waynes-lmrj- r. visited Mr. and Mrs. George IluiUu. Jenuio Singleton and Misses Mamie Sindeton and Pearl Hogue went Please try this jar. It will meet your approval. Extra wide mouth and sanitary. If xour grocer has none in stock, insist on his e Mason Also, ask for Sanicap Tops for your They arc cleaner and more sanitary. old-styl- jars. composed of 10 Hoots & Herbs. It i an ideal spring & fall tonic, stomis a body & ach, liver, kidney, blndder & blood remedy. nerve builder of great merit & should be used both spring & fall for putting the blood & general system in fine condition to meet tho neces-far- y is sold nt nil changes taking place nt those hensons. Mores, tho' soino times, you find n druggist who for sorao reason drug will not handle ray remedies. In that case, I will, on receipt of tho price is packsend it postngo paid any place on earth. of ed & backed by a legal guarantee that gets back "your dollar if also for fails to do what you buy it for. Call for Science Sope which is nmd0 of pure vegetable oils Charlie White-Moon- 's for Human skin Only, 10c a bar, 3 for 2.ro & money back if you don't hnpjH'n to like it. Mv years of experience ns n cowboy & among the Indians, give value of Roots & Herbs as medicines, & I would like to send every mo n peculiar fitness & knowledge of th0 greatest book of t. kind ever published, entitlreader of this paper & any friends of yours, a copy of tho filled with startling facts obtainable no place else, & costs you nothing It is ed, "The Cowboy Herbalist". & I will mail you one for 1912, lithographed in five but a post card, & if you want n fine calendar, say so round-u- p entitled "Ready for the colors, a fine likeness of myself, Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Cel'S- ar Com-Cel-S- ar Com-Ccl-S- ar Com-Cel-S, Guarantees Parisian Sage for Dandruff and Fallina Hair. Thing of it dear reader, if PARISIAN SAGE isn't the mo- -t invisor-ntin- g and pleasant hair dressing you ever used money back. If it doesn't bani-- h dandruff, stop hnir from falling and do away with scalp itch money back. f,0 cents at Penny's Drug Store and druggists everywhere. PARISIAN SAGE ns a hair grow, er and scalp cleaner is nil right. Mrs. Dora M. Daniel. Williamson, W. a. "PARISIAN SAGE cured me of terrible itchm? jf the scalp." Mrs. C. P. Pope, Oxford, Alii. to Highland Sunday. Ahford Griffin is very ill with typhoid fever. Marksbury who has typhoid fever is improving. Misses Lee Herring and Nancy Woods, are guests this week, of MNs Mary Chestnut Mi-- s Virgie Clarke, of Danville is her sister, Mrs. Jno. Pruitt. Mrs. Kb Iiichardsou was the guest of her sister, Mri. Mike Kennedy, at Bryantsvillo Wednesday. N. P. Cobb bought of some parties u pair of work mules price $300. Mr. Ike Myer, from near Lancaster, has been visiting Mrs. Jno. Itoys-ton. Your Grocer Can Get These Jars Thro' Curry, Brown & Snyder. Lex. Mr. Charley BInnks, Are You Prepared? FISH & BROMLEY Fire, Life, Sick and Accident, Burglary, Plate Glass, Liability, Bonds, live Stock, Automobiles, Teams, etc. L:i l!L I'ro Bibl! Ezekial 47:12. Ecclcsiaalcs 30: 14, 15, 10, 17 also Chapter 33; 4, C, 9, Read Your Write A In" Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Revelations 22:2 Psalm 103:14. the The IHblo says "Physician Heal Thyself" A so, if modern doctors with ,. ..i wlmt chnnccs have TOU to Ho cutcUI -- . Ihemselvcs. mUC. mercurj ,;fc hpnUhjp & fn W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. CHARLIE WHITE-MOODcpt. 7. If vou wrilo for information, book or calcndnr.nddress eln :.. ,u- i,.i ,,, pSSKpS THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of the name. If you have hnd experience with the latter kind you dou't want another. If you haven't take our advice and don't Buy our rrnl paints experiment. and sae yourself dUnppiiintment and money ns well. Stanford. Kv J. A. ALLEN. N, Inquire Price Per bus. Per bag Per ton if IBBGWlcoiMtv o,ita OATEQUAL HAS NO EQUAL" As a perfect feed for horses, mules, colts, jacks, dairy cows, calves, sheep and lambs, hogs and pigs, as an egg producer it is H. B. Northcott Dealer irf Live and Dressed Poultry, Dunn went to Lexington to attend the C. E. Board, of which she is a member. The bplcndid rains and frequent showers we have been having, have wondei fully improved vegetation, and the farmers, who were discouraged several days ago are hopeful and think oops vvi'l be fine. A very unique growth in the way of a ladish was found in tho garden belonging to Mr. Truinbo, it Camp Diek Itobiusoii sometime ago. In it was like n huumu foot, a large white radish forming the body, with f smaller radishes placed in systematic order around the body leseinbling toes. The heel and con-raportion of tho foot nie almost perfect. Lambs which were bouvht in early spring are being delivered today to Messis. Brown & I.awson, t'late Arnold nnd Viek Lear. Price ranging from 0 to 7 cents. Mcrs. Jim Turner, Noah Marsce, and family have been visiting relatives in Lexington.' ve .Miss Georgie Stanford, Kentucky Hi Anchor, R Al in 11 Yourself to a N. M Bank ccount Eggs, Ice, Coal,Wool,Furs Hides, Salt, Lime, Feath- ers, Ginseng, etc. l,$e A PERFECT FEED. a Made from Rolled Oats, Cracked Corn, Alfalfa, Hay, I . .VllVrN Brewer's Grain and Pure Cane Molasses. is heavier in corn than Oatequal, and is the working horse's friend. Alcorn Lancaster, Ky. Branch House, Stanford, Ky. 1D1VI Picnic at South Fork Plans aie being imide for a big picnic at South fork on July ,4th. Durhuui and .Linos nio the iiianngctfi and they will have lefiehments of ill kinds, music by the McKiuney Baud, a ball gnuio between the and MeKjiiney ball teams fen n prize of $o. All of the candidates nie invited to bo present, ni'd n gient crowd is expected. IIus-tonvil- le A STEADY purpose in this life is one of the best aids to success. If that purpose be the resolve to make money your success will be sure and satisfactory. A younir man 6hould an clior himself to bank account as the first Bteu to BucccbS. A s this account crows go will HIS CONFIDENCE IN HIM SELF TO MAKE GOOD. A Feed That Is All Feed. T. K.TUDOR, Mgr. PHONE 153. We are in position to do all kinds of concreting, such ns Block Work, Pavements, and in fact, wo can inoko anything from a house down to a fence post. Call and get our prices Oatequal and Alcorn are cheaper to feed than oats and cost little by the bag and less by the ton. CONCRETING For Sale. Two fino upright pianos; will feell at a sacrifice, and one plaver pinno. Address B. C. Pulton, cure Iulorio'r Journal office, Stanford, Kv. 40-3- 1. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Stanford, Ky. Capital $50,000. W. L. McCARTY, Pres. G. L. PENNY. V. Pres. THE OATEQUAL CO., Columbus, Ohio. SOLD BY FIRE INSURANCE R.M.NEWLAND STANFORD, KY. and SURETY BONDS I J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO., Stanford, Ky. before you buy your material at least. , PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. J. D. BADS, J. S. RICE. V. Pres. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, M. I. SALIN, Cashier. niiniiomn uk m iiiiii T"iir"i" ZZZZ3&t's!:r I fey cent of it. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY THE FARMERS FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1912 for sale nt real bargain price. for description circular. V. A. Cof48-p. Semi A few registered Tnmworth pi?' Come To The Old Fashioned Country Fair at Stanford 1 & Son,, McKinncy, Ky. Hint Mr. Tobacco Grower. Oct Tobacco Hail insurance now, befoic the Hail coined It costs no more. 47-t- f. R. M. Ncwlnnd, Ajtciit. SiiiRlo meals ore now 35 cents nt Hover's restaurant but wo fed so well, you'll find thcj'rc worth every 45-- Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias, August 21, 22 and 23, For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. Bailey, Lincoln's sheep inspector, looking over the flocks rfi this section. He found them nil in splendid shape with not n trnce of scabies among them. There was a report tbnt about 000 sheep had been shipped in here from Adair, Caey and Wayne counties, which were infected." These flocks were mostly scattered in the West End, being distributed about as follows; (.! M. Haclc KS; J. P. Rifle 270 nnd C. K. Yomit, 300. A careful examination of these flocks, however, showed Hint there is not the slightest indication of scabies among them. Ellisburg. fine son hns arritcd nt the hone of Mr. and Mrs. George Clark-etonnd a little daughter nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. The Hnfley. Johnson Ellis nnd family have returned from n visit to Danville relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Ellis and baby of Ludlow are guests of Mr. Stephen Ellis' family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reynier&on of Biadfordsville, were here witii nnd Sunday. relatives Saturday Howard Heymorson wlio attended srhool in Columbia and Luell Steele and Dennis Sprngens, of Georgetown College are at homo for vacation. Eugene Sprageus attended the commencement exercises nt GeorgeA n, Tbo I. J. can Ret you the Louisville Times, daily, from now to November HO for $.W cash in advance. 1 will stand my black, highly bred bull nt my farm fno miles couth of Stanford on the Somerset pike nt $1 49-C. W. Lovcll. h. V. Xorton, of Roylc, sold to J. L. Hutlor, for n friend of hi in (lien Mary, Tcnn., n nice saddle gelding for $175. 4. four-jenr-ol- d" Crab Orchard Springs. Recent arrivals nt the Springs include many nnmes prominent in the business and social world. Among them nrc: T. C. Rice, Knoxville, Tenn.; Chn8 Snyder, Louisville; C. L. Banks, Louisville; Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Gill, Kansas City, Mo., H. F. William, Lexington; Mm, It. F. Williams, Lexington; Billio Burton, Lancaster; Miss Gill, Lancaster; Chas, E. Nelson, Jr., Pocahontas, 111.; Clnreuce E. Tnte nnd party, Stnnford; Mrs. E. II. Anderson, Nicholas ville.; A. D. Collins, Lexington; W. E. Hoffman, Louisville; W. 11. Whnley, Pnris; Miss Lillian Banks, Louisville; Mr. nnd Mrs. Archer, Cincinnati, Ohio; Mrs. E. S. Moss, Miss Mnrjorio Moss, Williamlutrg; Miss Bcrta Jean Penny, Stanford; II. II. Wnllin, Brod-heaMiss Mattio Wilmott Brod-JienL. B. Robinson, Baltimore. Md.; Geo. D. Hopper, Jr., Stanford; Sara P. Jones, Louisville; Col. Bob-bit- t, Georgo Pntton, Louisville; Louisville; T. E. McGregor, Louis ville; W. Golfrey, Louisville; W. D. Burton, Louisville; J. W. Brewer, Cincinnati, O.; Kntherinc, Wells, Junction City; Georgie Wells, Junction City; Jesse Herron, Junction City; Mnrshnll McCollum, Junction City: Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Stanton, Madison, Ind.; R. II. Stanton, Madison, Ind.; C. Stanton, Madison, Ind; Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Nunsell, Eminence. d; d; Adams Terriii Turnersviiie Defeale Highland price of the sale was $3,200 for Warder's Fnwn Beauty sho benig purchased by P. A. B. Widcner, of Lynncwood Farm, OgotiU, Pa., after n spirited contest between F.lmen-dKami, and others. A totnl of 101 head sold for $79,925, nn nvcr-jis- e of $490; 13S females averaging $500, and 23 bulls averaging $373. A. J. Thompson, of Boyle, sold to Jerry Caldwell, of Danville. 42 1,200 pound cattle nt $7.12 also 75 225 pound hogs of his own He raising to same at $7.12 also sold his crop of farabs, 75 in number, averaging 75 pounds to J. I). Whitehouse at $7 per hundred; sold about 00 ewes to same nt $3.50 per head; and a nice yearling Here-lor- d bull to Dick Mnrtin, of Danville, nt $50. A. J. Thompson sold 100 barrels of corn to Thurmond nnd Colemnn, of Danville, nt $5 at the crib. Also to vnrious other parties, "i0 barrels at $1 per bushel at crib. YV. A. Todd, who recently pur- choked the Harris and Baughman farms in tho East End, bought a lot o"t corn of D. O. Lewis nt $4.75 at crib. The blackberry crop will be almost n failure. Briars in the open country were killed last winter. J. II. Thompson and J. P. Ballard bought 50 sheep and 8 yearling cnt-tl- e They nlso sold to for $200. Woods Walker 24 short yearlings at d steer nt 5 $21; and an 4 cents. Huffman & Meier, of Danville, d cows of J. II. boucht 0 Thompson at 4 cents. T. L. Hutchins, of Boyle bought 32 heifers of Frank Tam-mat 4 2 cents, and 95 bogs of Frank T. Logan, nt $0.00 per hundred. Hail did consideinble damage to tobacco for Jns. II. WooiK, John B. Foster ami V. A. Harney in the storm Thursday evening. All were carrying hail insurance in the Henry Clay Company, represented by It. M. Newland, nnd so are well protected. or 1-- 2; 1-- 2. 800-poun3-1,000-poun725-poue, 1-180-pou- S.m, Cnopcrsburg, l'n., the top At the Jersey f.de of Cooper and town. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Reyntrrson have returned from a short visit in Danville. Miss Hazel Breeding, of Brad- fordsville, visited Miss Annie May lust week. Rev. Oscar Minks of Moreland, filled the pulpit at Rocky Ford church Sunduy. oldest Miss Ophelia McKinley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben nnd Mr. Jess Hancock, drove to JIcKinney Sunday nfteraoon and A number of their ware married. young friends accompanied thehn. May success and happiness attend them. Miss Foy Peyton hns been visiting relatives in Danville. Mr. nnd Mrs. Woodson Reed visited Mrs. Reed's parents at Turnersviiie last week. Mi'.s Blanche Barnette, of llus- tonville, visited friends here recently. ' Splendid Address to Farmers R. L. Barnett. of the Farmers' Union, spoke to n large nnd enthusiastic assemblage of farmers at tho court house here Wednesday iiftfiiionii. He wui itiliuiltii---' ed by local President It. E. Gaines in n neat speerh, and then followed with one of the most instructive and illuminating addresses on the of this great organiation Harnett is thoroughly in love with the organization nnd its work nnd is injecting; great enthusiasm nnd interest in its success wherever he State Secretary pm-pos- es Great Things at Brodhead Fair Read the big advertisement of the Hoaglan Hippodrome, which will be one of the bit; attractions nt the Brodhend fair this year. Secretary Huitt nnl his ablo corps of assistants are working harder than ever before to make Hie Rockeusile Full1 Association exhibition a big success this year and there enn be no doubt that the Brodhead ftiir this year will be bigger nnd better than ever Vforc in every respect. Brodhead fnir comes just before btanlords creat fair, and the local booster? will nttend this sister fair in n body to tell about the good things here. been appointed Solicitor Genornl of tho United States by President Tnft. Bullitt is one of the few original Tnft men to get the job. Lincoln Sheep 0. K. State Sheep Inspector, II. C. Moore, with headquarters nt Frank-foi- t, was here this week with J. B. Marshall Bullitt, of Louisville, hns 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 $2.20 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. J. H. Baughman & Go, Phone 1 1 Stanford, Kentucky. Tumersvillo defeated Highland in Lancaster, June -- 7. At 12:30 Wednesday afternoon at a fat ball game last Saturday. Joe the home of the bride's parent, Mr. Hill of Stanford played first for nnd Mrs. Jack Adams, their dough-- 1 the victors and proved n mighty tcf, Miss Cnlhc. became the bride of slugger. The score: Mr. Oliver Ural Tcrrill, of Jcnkin, AB R II PO E Ky.. The bride's pastor, Rev. O. P. Highland 42020 J. Young i Bush, most impressively sealed (lie 41172 11. Young c mnrringc vows for them by the ring 1 1001 Kwd s cfitiuoiiy. The only aiienunut wa Wurfield lb 40113 little Miss Isabelle Tcrrill, thej 30230 groom's niece who carried the ring G. Green 2b 41130 E. Young 3b upon n calla lily tied viith nn im-- 1 31110 Young cf ' F. mouse tulle bow. It was the same 31100 Young if wedding ring that had united the 43231 groom's parents and it made their Adams If mnriiagc more sacred and dear. Tho TOTAL .. 33 10 0 29 7 bride, a fascinating blonde, wa mo?t becomingly gowned in a blue tailored AB R II PO E whip cord with hat to match and a Turnersviiie 0 4111 Itobbitw cf She massive boquet of pink roses. Murphv lb & p ...0 2 3 4 0 is nn exceptionally popular young 03I10 Indy, nnd her many Lancaster F. Mercer If 02441 Hill Jb friends were loathe to give her up 53273 G. Mnsoa c even to the man of her choice, and 51241 Ooocli 3b he is certainly to be congratulated T. Maxon lb & p . . .3 1 0 G 0 uppn securing such nn attractive 31000 nnd capable helpmeet. The groom H. Mercer rf 31123 R. Mason ss is n native of this county being n son of the late Mr. McClelland TcrTOTAL .. 40 15 1 1 29 8 rill and on the maternal side is related to tho influential Walker famTwo bnse hits, Highland Young, ily. He is assistant cashier of n illt Robbins, Gooch Murprosperous bank in Jenkins. The newly wedded pair left nt once in nn phy, Hill; three base hits Hill; n'lto by way of Richmond for the home run, Adams; umpire A. C. groom s home where n newlv funiih Hill; score keeper F. M. Frederick ed nnd inviting domicile wns nwait-in- g and Capt Frederick. their occupancy. The number Cbarles Sable, 30 Cook St. Rochof gifts f cut glass, silver, linen, etc., gnve evidence of the popularity ester. N. Y., says ho recommends Foley Kidney Pills at every opporof the happy couple. Junction City. The following were out of town tunity because tliev gave him prompt Mrs. Joseph Adams and relief from a bad case of kidney Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, of Parks- - guests: i ville, and Mrs. Mary L. Hankln, of daughter, Miss Virginia Adams, of trouble that had long bothered him. this place, were in Danville Thurs- Lexington. Mrs. Sarah Maret, Shel Such a recommendation, coming day afternoon on business. Mis3 by ville, Misses Ida May and Elir.i' from Mr. Sable, is direct and conLaura Kelley left this week for Rich- bcth Adams, of Mt. Vernon, Mr. vincing evidence of the great curamond, where she will become a stu- Charles Adams, the bride's brother, tive qualities of Foley Kidney Pills. dent at Richmond Normal College. Ynrnnllton. Miss Pntsy Lee Prnther FOR STANFORD PEOPLE ilhs Kennedy Richmond, Mrs. William Trosper is at Corbin, nnd Mr Mrst. Norvell. nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. John Boner, of vistiing her mother, Stanford Citizens' Experiences Rev. Joseph Hopper, of Perryvillp, Camn Nelson. Furnish Topic for Stanford Discusvisited Mr. and Mrs. William Surber sion.. SOUTHERN RAILWAY this week. M. R. Westerfield bought of Mr. W. T. Cozatt, in Parksville, Premier Carrier of the South. SumThe following experience occur a horse nnd a colt, at a good price. red in Stanford. A Stanford citizen mer in the Western North Carorelates it. Mrs. Mamio Dennis and Mrs. A. F. lina Mountains Similar experiences are occurring Shnnk were in Danville Tuesday Most beautiful Mountains in all daily. Mrs. Albert Liu-nc- y Stanford people nrc beinc reliev nnd little son, of Lexington, left America, loftiest peaks east of the ed. here Wednesdny for Stanford where Rockies. Including "The Land of Getting rid of distressing kidney the Sky", "The Snpphire Country". they expected to Miss Mary "The Balsams". ills. Burdette. Mr. Joseph Surber is vis- Greatly Reduced Round Trip Tickets Try Doan's Kidney Pills the testit in? friends nnd relatives in Casey I'nncipal resorts: . Aiheville ed Quaker remedy. nnd Pulaski counties. Mrs. L. ('. Wnynesville, Balsam, Hot Springs, Stanford peoplu testify. Stanford Rose, of Parksville, was heie Wed- Black Mountain, Ridgecrest, Render peopln profit. The ovidenco is home evidence nesday on a shopping expedition. sonville, Lake Toxaway and FairMisses Ruth and Elizabeth and Mas- field, Brevard, Tyron, Salda, Flat the proof convencing. Stanford testimony is gratefully ter Fail Lingle have retirrneif from Rock, and many other delightful given. Beautifying illustrated a visit tu Mr. and Mi. O. S. Luiglu places. Stnnford sufferers should heed it The receipts for booklets descriptive of this country in St. Louis. W. II. Mcrshon, Lancaster Pike, nnd giving full informntion relative & N., at this place freight of the L. to hotels, b.inrding houses ,etc, now Stnnford, Ky., says; I was troubled during' the year of 1911, exceeded ready for distribution. For detailed siime time ngo with an acute attack the sura of J.33,000. All this im- information as to rates schedules of kidney complaint. My back ach mense volume of business was han- etc., see any agent of Southern rail-vn- y. ed constantly and I had considerable pains through my loins. I felt lan dled by their agent, Mr. S. T. Lin-gl- e, E. D. Strntton. D. P. A.. Evans-vill- e. guid nt times nnd tired cnsily. I in n very satisfactory manner, Ind. T. J. Connell, D. P. A., took a box of Bonn's Kidney Pills both to shipper nnd railroad. Mrs. John F. Ronton visited Mr. and Mrs. St. Louis, Mo., B. II. Todd D. P. A. and they fixed me up nil right, the Bponnd nx practically cured me of James Powell, in Ilustonviile, ou Louisville, Ky., J. C. Beam, A. G. P. all the trouble." Miss Wednesday. Elizabeth and' A., St. Louis, Mo. For sale by nil dealers. Price 50 Master Herbert Weissinger ,of DanJ. D. Steenbercen. ubIIh hniMa u. cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, ana adjusts scales at rock New Yoik, bole agents for the Unitville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jes-- o pair Douoro pricen. Win tor prtcc-befo- ed States. bee Lucy Ilankla motored Minor. Mi you buy. Address Stanford. H Remember the name Doan's to Lexington Wednesday with a par- F. D. No. 1. ioo--t and take no other. ty of friends. Mr. Charles Rosel, of this city, has u unique pet in the of n young groundhog, which SPECIAL EXCURSION TO THE seems ns fond of him ns the uvernge dog. Thfo groundhog is Very fond of lettuce, eating it with as much appetite ns n human being. Miss , Ijivenin McGraw went to Danville Thursday, where she expects to atRound Trip from Danville, Ky. tend the Chautauqua and visit her $7.50) ASHEVILLE, N. C rister, Mrs. Forrest Johnstone. Mis Und of the c. HENDERSON, N. C ) Myitle Jlorgan. of Stnnford, is vis58,5 Waynesville, N. C. S I "Sapphire Country" iting Misses Gertrude nnd Sara LAKE TOXAWAY, N. C $9.50 i Rifbard-oMiss Gertrude RichSpecial through trn in, coiihisling of electric-lighte- d ardson, Miss Elsie Al.tott nnd Miss Pullman, Observation nnd Drawing room Sara Hiehaidson, were in Danville Sleeping Cars, Dining Ca r und Day Coaches, will Wednesday shopping. leuve Danville at 10:03 P. M.July 10. Return limit July 23, 1012. Liberal Stop over Mammoth Cave. ivileges. Tickets nUo good on regular trains. Lincoln county's trip to Mam For full information call on nn y Ticket Agent or write: moth Cave will bo July 17th. The H. C. KING, Passenger and Tickround trip railroad fare from all et Agent, 101 East Main Street, All expenses nt stations, $1.35. Lexington, K. Cave hotel $3.50 for two days trip. W. A. BECKLER, General PasThe latter umouut includes your senger Agent, Ingalls Building, Cinboard nt Cave Hotel nnd the severcinnati, Ohio. al routes through the Cave, making the total expense for the two days DIVERSE ROUT. (C. N. 0. 1 T. P. RY.) outing $9.85. Limit on tickets 10 Go direct and return via Chattam Connection With days going on regular morning trani nooga, Lookout Mountain, or Southern Railway. 4:10 A. M. Write or phone L. & N. a. $1.50 additional Agent. Tiu-iier- s ou vi-.- it re Huslonvilie Mrs. Anno Wnrriner nnd daughter, Miss Kntherino Wnrriner, of Lexington, arrived Inst week for a vNit to Mrs. W. M. Myers. Hustonville nnd Hnrrodsburg, crossed bats nt Hokin'3 Pnrk Saturday afternoon nnd a most inlor-- t sling game took place. The visl- tois put up n good game but were j diTcak'd ii to 1. i Ih nnd Mrs. T. W. Pennington, of Stanford, isited lelnlivcs here last wiek. Miss Lula Thncker nud Miss Hou- - cliln, of Elixir Springs were In this city shopping Monday. Senator R. L. Hubble nnd Judge Sullivan were here Friday en route to Liberty. Miss Ada Alcorn visited Miss Lula Mas Bruce nt Dnnvillo Inst week, during tho Chautauqua. Prof t It C ns nn edurntionnl institution, the ' past term being its Inst. A number of Lincoln county girls were educated there. iiiiied Hnt limit tin ijjun.in- Cntupbell-IInfrcrma- ii cotlego ' - D Perfection Headache Cure The best preparation for headache Is made by your Druaclst a PENNY Just a little better 'han 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. A GENEROUS BOX 10c. If you have a severe couqh vou had better see your family tfhyslclan That's the safest thlna to do in all cases but for any ordinary couqh our Syrup White Pine Tar is the best thlna vou can aet. We have It in 25 cent and 50 cent bottles, and It Is guaranteed. We are sellina lots of our Cold Tablets these days. We guarantee them to cure a cold In one night. Our guarantee Is a personal ouarantee. Money back If not Satisfied. PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. Phone No. 2. s iVlgagajaBJB''1Bslllgfllgfl,Jlgfl,IB4lllkofla asMM.JMjMjMjajaMPQ5 i8 lit Car of Adrian Wire Fence Just Received We have several secondhand Buggies for sale E. T. Pence Stanford, Kentucky a Do You Want a Silo? This cut shows you what we are now prepared to construct We have one ef 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 & Mountains of Western North Carolina Wednesday, July 10, 1912 n. vice-vers- 51-3- PHILLIPS &' BROS., Stanford, Ky. U