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STAFFORD, LINCOLN COUNTV, Winner of the Piano KENTUCKY. r I WEATHER FORECAST Generally Fair Friday and Saturday. FOUNDED 1800. 53d YEAIL 1TLSDAY, JULY 2d, 1012 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. ! to The Interior Jourhars Great Popoularity Contest Now Matter of History The Official Animated and not Until the Judqcs had Rlvalrv o 'the over two hours would Anyone even hazard a quess as Counted for Kentucky. cess fill Contest ever Conducted on a Country Paper In T Next President of the United States Casey County Democrats Solidly For Congressman Helm Candidates Speak nt Liberty Monday nnd Helm Vigorously Brands oh Untrue Charges 51 ll M was Contest IP 4 " v " "SIS. Sullivan is Making. Helm, BIGGEST DAY IN MANY YEARS Given by the Close of the I. J. Contest and the I..J. Band Concert peume lo otdniuiu Brouqht over l.tiuu Sturdav and the Merchants Reported the best Business they last larger Circulahave had In Years. The Interior Journal now has a any other Country Ncwsnaprr In the Stale. tion than out-of-to- t THE FINAL COUNT. W DECISION OFTHE JUDGES. fi The final standing of the cou- "a. We. tlio undersigned nnmed to net ns judges of the Interior tsstants as shown by the couut of present ami loos. Journal's Great Popularity Cortest, wore the judges buttiduy night, was as JOtli. charge of the ballot box nt 0 1. M.. Saturday, June O countfollows: mid immediately proceeded to count tlic votes, flur t O District No. I. ing was completed nt a late hour Saturday night nnd lie The Miss HIsic C. Colemuu . . . 1,155,525 result inndc known to tlic iiiutittf.O'iiciu 01 inn cunicsi Miss Lucilc Crow e ..392,425 f&ures given below arc the result of our count. Miss Annie Middletou. .. . .707,029 V. W. SAUNDERS. Miss Rose McComuck . . . . .704,31? -A M. II. SAl.IN. Miss Lena Palmer . .578,230 fit V. ROCHESTER. J. Miss hi u Pettus ..572,315 , ,55S,075 Mrs. L. L. Sanders Miss Elsie Elizabeth Colcmnti 1,155,5241 vote', winner of the Miss Kiuma Meiet ..195,005 Capital prize, n $350 pinJio. Miss Mury K. Uudderar . . .432,570 First District Miss l'.liznbcth Iliggius... ..385,720 '.it Miss Ruth Tanner . .2fi.:Wi 892,425 Votes First Prize Lucile Crowe Miss Margaret lloltzclaw. . 190,220 . ' Votes Second Prize Annie Middlcton ...707,020 Miss Kate Anderson . .189,225 i04..J4j oles & Third Prizo Rose McConnack Mrs. Mary Ilortoii ..188,280 OiB.'-M- U otes Fourth Prize Lena Palmer Miss I5esie McConnack . ..1811,515 .. 072,345 Votes. Fifth Prize Ida Pettus Miss Kluabcth Fox ..132.525 . .147,005 Second District Mis May North , Miss Anna Warren ..134,950 779,520 Votes West First I'riFt IJcrtha Miss Mary D. Reck ..133,220 ' ..737,970 Votes Second Prize Snra Richardson Miss Delia May Lawrence . .131,815 42S.193 Votes ... .Miss Minello Pruitt Third Prize Jennie Rankin ..131,555 150,070 Votes . Fourth Prize Susie Roberts Miss Kliznhcth Stags ... ,.101,785 85,240 Votes, Fifth Prize Azitc Elaui - Miss .Mary 1'. McKinncy. ..100,570 Miss Ressie Rifle . 43,420 Capital prize hai been uwurded, the conAfter the Miss Ruth Cocking .. 31,470 in inch district will be. testants having the highest votes Miss Dolly Wilcher . . .31,755 stand-iu- g O Mis Lwi Horton given the choice of the dictiiet prizes, the contestant ,. 35,895 disbecond highest will be given second choice of the O Mis Kliznbelh Carter ... ...72.090 .. prizes etc. trict Jli-- s Klsie Singleton ..... . 85,290 The diitrict prizes unhide Diamond lungs, r,lgiu or Cream O Miss Josephine Morrie ... .. 07,425 Dresses Writing Desks, Silk Watches. Ladies Mi-- s Maltha Itroughton . ...59,225 Serge Coat Suits, and Fountain Pens. Miss Uertic McCluro ...50,2011 Miss Isabelle Re.Miolds .. ...51,935 Miss Clara Collier ..49,875 Miss With the McKinncy Hrass. Hand gainers, cen if their names do not Mi-- s Roxie Jeuutugs ..... ,."48,450 Florence D.iwcs .. 45.4S0 playing its delightful music and with appear on the list of iirize winners. Mi-- s Ktlle Drje . . .41,570 They hao increased their circle of Miss .Gertrude Wilkinson huudieds of people in front of the ...32.9S5 cemented Miss Lulu (oker and hae .27.125 Lincoln County Nutiotial Dank where acquaintances friendship even closer tho bonds of Mi- Mary Moore Rancv., 21.350 the final count was made and Muin Hum when ndmiring friends placet Miss Nell Ruck 21.730 Htreet presenting u bccne of uctivitj their mimes before the public us a Miss Hettie White 17,120 honors. for Miss Mary Rus-i-- ll unknown for a long time, the Inter15,710 re Miss Mamie Ilolnmu Aiming the congratulations 13,190 ior Juornal'M Great Popularity Conceived by the fottunnte were tho-- o Miss Mudie Rutler I 11,955 test otiine to u brilliant nnd were in the successful close last Suturduy night. of the candidates who District No. 2 friends Now nil Unit ntoiiiius is for the rate against them, personal como to Miss Rertha West .779,520 in ninny cases, who had youus, ladies named ns winners to the close of the contest lacking a Miss Sura Richnrdson. .. .737,970 call and chum their own. .428,195 few thousand otes of winning. It Miss Jennie Rankin Several weeks ugo the Ijik-rio- r 150,070 recttires u good deal ot spirit to put Miss Susie, Roberts Journal iimde the niiuulliiiviiieiit up u buttle of this mittiiu and it Miss Azilc Flam . S5.210 tluil it would give uwny $500.00 .in takes a strong will to be n cluerfiit Mi-- s Ada Wj'sley . ."81.440 prize to the popular young ladies Inker, but wo are sure this ih the Miss Willie Wilkinson . . . . 37,270 . 32.935 ia this part of the state, ltie re- way the contestants feel who did not Miss Lillie Henry Miss Daisy Shuttles . 31,020 turn mail brought 111 the first li- -t win in the big race. 2 .. . 21.320 of nominations and within n short The losiill of this contest will .Miss Klsie Morns . 17,425 time following the initial nnnouncs-men- t, make a number of young ladies hap- Mis-- . Alma Cosby . 13,050 jo'ing ladies from all oer py lor some time to como and they Miss Lnvcnin McGrawMiss Lottie Westirfield .. . 13.495 ts will have cause to letiiemher the this section of Kentucky were of the Interior Joirunl in their Mis Sadie Anderson ..... .. 8.030 m tho pi wit nice. The enter,. 8.290 Mis Annie Pollard prising contestants saw the possi- behalf. The Interior Journal desires to bilities that were opened up Jo them thank the contestants nnd their Won First Prize In District No. 2 in the plans which the above paper lnemls for the interest taken and territory of the 1H111 the ttood work which bus ndopted, as the he'n done test was divided into district and a in adding to its Mihcriptiuu list. certain number of incizes would be It sincerely icgicts that it is not riven to each district icgnrdle-- s of uhlo to 'ie 11 puze to "er, conwho won the capital pnzp. testant, for all worked Imul and deNeor before 111 the history of served to win one of the adveitised Kentucky has nnv country paper prri's, and it Impix. that those who over given nwnv mi Ionic n list of i!il win will t'li them to the utpii'es in such a shoit spate .if time most - s. and the publisher of the I. J. pecinllv urntificd to find that his Won 5th Prize in District No. I iudgmmit these prizes in offering bas nut been misplaced. It is with doubt, tho most successful out newspaper eliinpnign ever" conducted on n country paper in this stale and lestillcd in n most snlnlnntiiil increase in the ciiculntion of the InMiss Bertha West, of Junction Citv. terior Journal. The campaign was in chare of Mr. V. C. Potts, of Orand Raoids.l Won Sesond Prize in District No. I. Michigan, one of the best known nnd most successful contest uinn-ngin tho country. The management of this poner is especially pleased in having secured tho services of this gentleman to conduct Hiis contest, nnd it was only after much persuasion and owing to tho isiiiiiB&m liigh standing' of the T. J. in the newspaper world that he w.mld take liohl of a contest on n country paper. Tho contest was conducted on n "fair and squoro basis nnd tho treatment of every candidate wan absolutely imnartinl. When the enormous voto which passed all precedent in the contost line is looked over, it will 'be seen that tho contest is nil that onooooooooooooo 000000000000000 Miss Elsie Elizabeth Ooleman. 0 o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .- 0 ..... 0 0 0 0 0 v 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .- Photo copjTleht by American Press Association. W00DR0W WILSON. Special to Interior Journal. Baltimore. Md Julv 2. 2, P. M. 'sC' Woodrow Wilson, governor of New dem- ......, .... .... Jersey, was nominated for president of the United States by the 0 0 r 0 0 0 000000000000000000000000000000 ocratic convention this afternoon, after the names of the other candidates had been withdrawn, when it was apparent none other could win. After the 45th ballot when Gov. Wilson needed but 96 votes to majority, Senator Stone withdrew the name have the required two-thir- of Champ Clark. Senator Bankhead then withdrew the name of Underwood, and Mayor Fitzgerald withdrew the name of Gov. Foss, of Massachusetts, so that the nomination of Gov. Wilson miqht be made bv clamation. Governor Wilson was notified by wire and invited to come before the convention to qo over the platform upon which he will make the race for president. It is expected that Senator 0'Gorman. of New York, will be named for Vice President. FIRST DIVIDEND BY STATE BANK & TRUST EIGHT QUARTS OF GO ac- 1110-.- BOOZE POURED OUT R-- Younq Financial Institution Also Taylor Lackey Cauqht With the Goods on Him and it Goes Carries $500 to Surplus Into Gutter. Good Work. Salin's en-tei- ef-ior- 11 or 'jflisllllllH llfl.S llPi.ll strand, glorious success in every wny.l I All the candidates havo been tflllfi.ll till n ltAsina tf Miss Miss Ida Pettus, Annie Mlddleton Of Stanford of Orchard. perfectly fresh quarts of Kentucky whisky were pouied into u gutter in lront of Ueazlej's livery stable Saturday afternoon by Chief ot Police 15. D. Caiter and Deputy John Moeks. The wasting of this largo timount of snake medicine was done upon oiders of Police Judge John N. Meiiefee, Jr. The booze was taken from Tuvlor Lackey," who him frequently been caught selling the illicit stuff. Officer Meeks wn.luid and beized the contraband stutf tis Liu key took it out of the expiess For office, 0110 night lust week. some time, reports have been leaching tho officers thnt Lackey was up to his old tucks, bo Meeks determined to do 11 little of the shadow woik for which he has uinde quite u reputation. He finally caught Lack-- o. coming heading townrds Mucks-vill- e, with eight quarts under his run, mid stepped out 011 him, taking the whole piize at 0110 fell swoop. Indue Mencfeo is never at a, loss to I now what to do in cases of this sort, and though tho big crowd iu JOHN KENNEDY. town wns mighty thirsty Suturduy afternoon, he ordered all of tho Announces For Maoistrate In Crab boozo poured into tho gutter. Quito Orchard District. 11 number thronged about as tho deed was done, and several negroes r'oiinal iinuounccmeut is made in begged the olficers to pour a little 'he Interior Journal today of the iu their hats, but without success. cuudid.iu of John Kennedy for the republican nomination lor mngis. nomination. Tho raco iu this inunis- truta iu the Crab Oichiud precinct, ieiilll ilistlli't fnl III., (..mililipnn sul'iect to the republican primary nomination premises to prove a very which will be held on August 3. Mr. (iiiiiir. lTpiuit'dy is oio of the best known republicans in tho Ktit Kud Never love homo on n iournoy joung of tho countv. He is 11 substantial without a bottle of Chamberlain's farmer, and has a largo number of CoIip, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remefriends who will rally to his support. dy. It is nlmost certain to be needHi bus always been n hard woiker ed ard cannot be obtained when ou Crab for hi party and his friends feel board the cars or steuuisliips. For Hint he should be honored with this sale bj O. Ii. Penny. At 11 meeting of the directors of tho State Rank & Trust Company Kudus' afternoon, 11 dividend of 3 t.cr cent, uus declared and 5500 was earned to the surplus fund. It was found that the bank is 111 a decidedly satisfactory condition iu ull its ilepiutii'eiits Hiiu a resolution was imaiijiously udoptid commending M. H. Snliu for his good woik. This is the fiist dividend declined youngest financial Stnnfoid's by institution, and will be highly by all connected with it iu any way. Although less than two cnis old, its glow Hi has been both 111 0Iun1e nnd vur-ict- y of business. Theie ne officials in the state lis popular nnd cilicient as Cashier Sahn, and with a splendid coip of business inn workuu with him us officials, tho-- e Alio have watched the co'ii-sof this bank, believe that iU fu tu 10 is particularly blight and attractive. , lew-bane Eight .rood old iiiii-iusui- '. political of guardships and other places beforo their oyes. And yet, lit an, of Madison county, met in tho speaker said. Judgo Sullivan joint debato at Liberty. Casey pun-tj- , was tho man who claimed to havo platform, Monday afternoon in their cam written the democratic paign for tho democratic nomina- which specifically declared for tho and tion for Congress, and it was Helm removal of the slate cliaiitnblo And, penal institutions from politics. Day all the srsy. The big coagrc.s " sure onougli, when ho spoke a iittio man spoke in fine style, and had Inter, Judgo Sullivan did, in effect, the crowd completely with him. He "dnngle tho jobs", for ho declared will overwhelm his opponent iu Cas- that he believed the good democrats' cv county. There were hundreds of of Cascy deserved some recognition democrats in town that day and a ;n vic,v of th0 facfc that all of its cnrei 111 pon uy 110 1. o. man iancii CMmty 0f,cer3 woro republicans. iuiwcosoui.iiiKHJiu.iiim luuu wuo nnd that Le wouI(1 tak(J preat )Iea, will vote neninst Helm for the nom- - ure , endorsing some of them for The situation in Casey ination. nt Frankfort, and nt Wash-seeto be rather remarkable. lie- - inpton( if ho were cIected. ports are heard of a few scattered Congressman Helm demanded of voters in remoter sections, who mav t10 democrats of Cascy what was voto against him, but the support of the difference between this tempt-th- e Congressman for rcnom.natiot. intr w5th tho ofcr o jobgf and a by the rank nnd file of the partv pum opcn nml 8hllt pr0posUion of seem-- , to be almost unanimous. The Kym;; to a man and attempting to democratic workers m every section buy his vote with cash in hand. of the county (ire for him enthusl Congressman Helm told tho dem nsticnlly. nnd predict an overwhelm- ocrats of Cascy that he has ing majority for him on August 3. them into tho eighth district The democrats of Cascy have ns gladly as anvone. Ho read a been so long immured in a hopeless- statement he hnd mnde at tho time, ly republican district, that they ap- in which he hnd said that his only preciate to the fullest extent the rsgret was that the good democrats .1 ,t t privilege ot Having a uetnocratie of Jicekcastle had not also been C oncrossman. and of hearing a good. kppt in the district. He said that democratic argument, the democrats of Casey and Adair They turned out by the hundreds to were hi!) kind of pwp!e( and he felt oy me iwti nt home amon near iuc 10uii them. IIo briefly candidates. Judge Carter vary kind- - roviewed his record in Congress, tell- ly adourned court for the nftornoou ;n!? 0f ,; work ag chairman of tho and turned over the courtroom to important committee on Expendi- the speakers. tllres ; the War Department and Judge il. L. Sharpe. One Of the of -its rxcnmmnnil.ifiniKi. onvinf. tn -- vv V v.VHw, U..Un few democratic county judges Casey tho people millions of dollars ia has hud, presided and introduced taxes each 3 car. He pointed out both speakers. Mr. Helm spoke that although he bad been working first. He made a hit nght at the and voting to cut down the taxes ou start by recalling the close pe.rsonal the people at Washington, there was relations he has had with the dem- not n property owner in tho state ocrats and the people of Casey, tha w ho hnd not had to pay higher taxes rood neighbor of Lincoln, nnd de- since Judge Sullivan had served a clined that he felt almost ns much term 111 the legislature four years nt home there ns he did in his own ngo. Congressman Helm declared county. lie took up in detail the thnt lie was a strong champion of work which he hn accomplished nt educational work alone every line, Washington during his term of ser- but that he did not believe in voting vice there, and told how he had still higher taxes upon the people worked faithfully and earnestly to with the stnte nlready heavily in decrene the burden of taxation debt. He leferred to his work fdr l'pon the farmer and tho laboiw the fnrmers' free list bill, the tobacman, how he had sought to lower co census bill and other progressive the high cost of living nnd through- democratic measures for which he out it nil hnd stuck faithfully to his bad lnborcd faithfully iu the interpost of duty, working honestly and est of the people. truly for the interests of the comComrressman Helm denied emmon people. He asked if it was phatically the charge made by Col. of this charatcer of service Chinn that the whisky interests are ihat the democrats of the district behind him, and read a letter he had vveie to he asked to turn him out written to a prominent temperance nnd place in his stead. 0110 who had man, long before this issuo was been selected by n coterie of poli- inisod, in which ho hnd pledged himticians at a dark lantern meeting self to the Shepard-Kenyo- n bill, the in n Louisville Hotel. And then ho irensuro which the temperance described the celebrated Victoria forces are seeking to have passed Hotel meeting when Judge Sullivan through the national congress. He was picked bv a number of men pointed out thnt Col. Chinn's stateover the district to make the race ment and charge was being printed ngainst Helm. The speaker pointed in the papers of the district nt out very significantly thnt although evpense, although it was palChey eeountv at that time was n pably untrue and a complete misrepart of the Eigatli district, not one presentation. Congressman Helm's of her leading democrats hod been explanation nlong this line was comasked to participate in that meet- pletely satisfactory to his tenier-anc- e ing, and sav who tva a good man to frionds in Casey county und repicsent the district. His oppon- n great many declared afterward, ent, it would seem, was claiming that the Chinn charge is already ereat credit for helping to brirv providing a severo boomerang to Caey into tho district, yet ho hnd Judge Sullivan, since its deceptive not sought 'to havo Casey repre- character has become known. sented nt this select meeting. On tho Congressman Helm held the close other hnnd. Congressman Helm and undivided attention f the big came beforo tho good democrnts of crowd to the end. The largest pori iiey nnd sought his nomination by tion remained to hear Judge Sullitheir help in the open democratic van's reply, although many left primary, and not ns tho choice of when Helm hnd concluded. any clique of nohticinns. He told Judge Sullivnn dwelt at considerhow even Col. Jnck Cliinn had seen able length upon his own enreer th "snake tracks" at that Louis-vill- a from ho, hood up, nnd told of the meeting, nnd hnd declared that success ho has made in life, how he it was 0 'frame-up- " pure nnd sim- has succeeded every thing he has atple. tempted, nud finally ho has become Congressman Helm laid partic- president of the bi"get nnd the ular stress upon denials of tho lending bank iu Madison countv. Ho reckless statements which have been told of his service 111 democratic printed in pnier over tho district campaigns nnd the part he hnd nnd nnid for bv .Tudeo Sullivan, the pin veil in drawing up the democratic grenter pint of which, the speaker nlatfoitu, at the request of the portv declared, nro absolutely without n leaders. He asserted that ho hnd scintilla of truth ns foundation. IIo walked for the admission of Adnir deprecated that n man of Judire nnd Casey into the Eighth district, Sullivan's standing would stoop to rend telegrams fiom Senator II. L. tho publication of statements which HubMe. of this county nnd Senntor hnve been proven absolutely untrue E. Dow ling, of Anderson countv. He flatly denied thnt he had ever commending what he had done for made nnv nttnek upon the demo- Casey nnd how his woik before the cratic state administration ns Sul- commiltco of the Icislnture. had livan nnd his pnid-fo- r statements nlnyed n largo part in vetting the had charged. He rend an extinct fvo new counties into tho district from the Interior Journal, published the telegram Dowlinp- - heiim immediately nfter the democratic particularly eulogistic or Sullivan state convention, in which it was nnd his woik. ' shown conclusively that lit hnd Judge Sul'ivnii declared that k stood like a solid rock with the did not think it would be imqrorwr friends of flov. McCreurv. lie did for him to attempt to get n job fer declare, however, thnt Judge Sul- democrats of Caey county livnn hnd before, nnd would probnh-I- v cont of his close relations oh to tk do it ngnin. nrncticallv bv im officials at Frankfort, and pro-cd plication, if not actually sought to ' to do what he could, although tempt the good democrats to sunnort necinred einnnnucallv thnt h him by the dangling of peiiitentiurv (Continued nn 2d Page) Harvoy Lincoln county, and Judgo Congressman Jere Sul- - - .0.3 ed A sh.-ukiii- .... se :Hi TV! vc Jh. rTl "t Sul-livn- i T 4 f--om a. dttAkt 4 tinaiWiUMniii MftMtMMWwJlPtijMWIIMl WPWfciWka jibcu. k&- - .;.$ .4 .1 fcUa. sJkjfMt, rV"jMtn f- - T "ifir ( W it r Mi'fisjp "T8P TK1 THt HtTEMt JttJUKAt tTAWfttf . KENTUCKY TUCHAV. JULY M. 11 H When you gather yow Harvest 'ilISlBianr,BlBlWr .T tl'l 7T - is visiting Mis Annie Adklns. Master Mose Westerfield left for his home in Paris Sunday, rrcprltcr viitine his hunt, Mrs. J. II. Steele. HELTON M. SAtrLKr- Hurrah for the second district 1 A TEAR STRICTLY IK ADVANCE and more particularly for Jnnction City. Three of the latter city's best t JStttiftrd at liked yonnt; Indies won prize in the Bttttrti il M, pettufft contest innfiRurated by the Interior Journal. They arc Misses Bertha PMitfcal ArmMiKements West, Sara ItichnnUon and Susio Hobcrts. Junction .City is proud of Th tBnouBtfnmti la thli column r. et these girls and llio records they codldtf for ettkt, tabjtct to tht teflon have made in the content. It is said of th dtmocmllo primary I that Mis West won two prizes, viz; Tf Ctngrm a diamond rinj; and a chest, of silCOU J. P. CIUN.V, of Mtrttr ver. She i the efficient 'cashier :. A. SULtlVAX, of M.dlion IIARVKT HELM, of Lincoln of the .offices of Messrs. Vogel & for Ctnmonvtolth'i Atitrrtty Ooycrt. THE 1N1EKI0K JOlllNAL. ftr LIVED ON RAW EGGS Pn nfCaoTa s conoacc wR an1 Nmt Fetches . littermHh far Three Yean. Mtts. Summer Clothes THE summer weight suits we showing today fabric, the best fitting, but they are the BEST FEELING garments a man can make. Mohair Suitst A perfect hot weather coat, light in weight; the coolest of all fabrics from which men's clothes are made. only the best tailoring, the best WLJPr-sssataflLBP' put V . .if" .'Cfc.V the money home withyou. There are Thousands of Thefts of money every yenr that is kept in this way. Tut your harvest money in this bank Withdraw it when you please. DO NOT take your harvest money Start an account like all the other fanners who have made successes in this world. Commence today here. in this bank h. EMMCTT rURYEAK, of Doj1e W. B. DURCH, of Lincoln Fcr Sheriff 11. 8. BAUGHMAN B. W. OIVEN8 J. 0. WEATIIERFORD, T. J. IULL for County Juigi . 1. A. RICE M. P. NORTH Ttt Clrmlt Clerk J. D. WEAKEN J. F. 1I0LDAM W. M. DONCAM , For Waller ! rETTON PARRtSH OEOIIOE DEBORDE DINK FARMER WILLIAM H. HESTER W. A. CARSON V. L. BECK. OWENS R H. BRONAUOit P. C. 8ANDID0E J. H. BOONE W. T. GARNER B. M. HELM, IN CASEY. i For Aihhot STATE BANK & TRUST CO., Capital $50,000. W. L. McCARTY, Pre. G. L PENNY, V. Pres. M. Stanford, Ky. For Jlteiitnfi In Stanford Uaguttrlal Uttrtett J. T. ROBERTS WILLIAM FIELDS J. D. EADS, 1. SALIN, Cashier. J. 5. BICE, V. Prss. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, Sulittt h'r D. EADS JOSEPH L. GOODE to RepubUtan primary J. In Crab Orchard ilaglittrial iUtritt. V. R. DILLION JOHJT KENNEDY , The Interior Journal dslights to recall that it was the first newspaper in Kentucky to advocate the nomination of Woodrow Wilson for the presidency. Henry, Get Come on, Marse aboard the old ship of Zion. We're sure headed for Jerusalem. . , The Somerset Leader says Providence cave Taft the republican nomination. That's a iTeV name for the steam roller, sure. Tiro new Board Manufacturers' Cost Our Sale is better than ever before. Prices on everything lower than cost of raw material. We have to make room. Positively everything goes. Come early and get the choice. missioners, appointed by Gov. entered an order revoking the parole granted by the old Board to Frank Ball, the notorious Bell county murderer. Junction City. . Mrs. J. D. Shelby is visiting Mrs. W. Holden Key in Maysville. Mrs. liufus Whitehouse is in Gravel Switch, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Isaacs. Mr. Frances M. Powell, of this place, who is a recent graduate, of the high school here, will attend State College in Lexington this fall. Mr. William Lunsford and family bae moved from the McAfee place to the house belonging to the heirs of Samuel Armstrong in this city. Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Phillips have moved to Hiistonville, where the first named will practice his profession of dentistry. Mis Ilael McGinnf", of Parks-villis visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. U. Steele. Miss Evelyn Ewing, of Parksville, and Miss Gregory, of Springfield, nie guests of Mrs. II. F. Ewing. Mr, Rachel Duck, of Paint Lick is visiting Mrs. G. V. McCollum. Mr. James Tharp, who was called here by the death of his uncle, Mr. Virgil Than', has returned to his homo in Knoxville. Bunk Haiim, of Danville, bought of Mr. ClnTence McAfee 44 acres of land lying nenr Shelby City for o, of Prison Com- SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky (Continued from 1st Page.) not rrroniised jobs to any democrats. He said that n prominent newspaper man was mistaken when he claimed that he had been promised a position. This referred to Editor W. Owen Mclntyre, of the Danville Advocate, who announced only n short time nco over his own pjgnnturc that . it did me more rood thaa all 1 ever he had been promised the place of lor oiner meaicincs. I have been working daily on the farm nesiiient Secretary by Judgo Sullivan, if the latter was nominated ever since, and I am as hard as iron." remedy This purely been and elected, nnd who has been work- tn successful vegetablemore than hasyears. use for 70 ing with might and main seeking to Tryit. But be sure that It's "Thedtord's." line up his friends in Boyle for Judge Sullivan ever since. So it Kevernnd Moore, of Lnwrcnco-burseems that there is a serious mis delivered nn interesting Icc- take out somewhere regarding the which Mr. Mclntyre ha tore Sunday evening nt Buckejc on been expecting nnd assuring his his sojourn in the Holy LnmL. There is much rejoicing upw in friends he has been promised. Judge Sullivan called on Mr. Helm Garrard for it is now a known fact s, that. Lancaster to tell what he had dono in will have another nnd declared that because he one of her excellent fairs Jnly '24, had worked and voted for bills to 25 and 20. Vicitors from the adsae the people money he desjrved jacent towns are most cordially inno credit for them for thp republi- vited. can fenate had killed some of them Professor S. H. Nickell who and the president had vetoed others. taught in the Lancaster Graded He charged that Congressman Helm Sdhool for several terms has, been Lad not voted against the Sherwood selected bv the trustees of the Hnr- pension bill, which he characterized rodsburg Public Schools as princi as altogether unreasonable. Other pal lor another term. charges that he has made from time to time were rehearsed by Judge SulSPRING SUITING livan, but not on"e throughout his My new spring and summer samwhole address did ho recche the ples are now ready for your inspecslightest ripple of applause. On th other hand Congressman tion. They comprise the best on Helm was frequently nnplaudeJ dur- the market. I can suit anyone as to ing his speech and tnien ho arose price who had his clothes made to for his short rejoinder after Judge order. A suit made to your measuro Sullivan, he was greeted with a burst is preferable to ready made clothes. of cheering and Mich as "Eat lnra To have them made to measure up Harvey," "Tell him about it.", doesn't cost any more than ready etc. made when quality and fit is conAnd he "told him about it" in con vincing tones. He showed first that sidered. Come la and let me take other prominent Mndion countv your measure. democrats had been working for the H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor. bill which would add Clark, Powell and Estill to the eighth, all of which CONCRETING were in the same judicial or senaWe are in position to do all kinds torial district as Madison, nnd he of concreting, such as Block Work, proved thnt thoe who were claiming Judge Sullivan, had worked for the Pavements, and in fact, we can mako Case,y and Adair bill, had gotten anything from a house down to a their wires crossed on the bills fence post. Call nnd get our prices before you buy your material at which were before the legislature. In response to the charge that least. the whisky forces were behind him. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. Mr. Helm brought down tho houe when he called' attention to the telegram which Judge Sullivan had just read from Sullivan' friend Senntor W. E. Dowfing and then he reminded the democrats that SenaDealor in tor Dowling is one of the bigge-- l county. Condistillers in Anderson Live and Dressed Poultry, gressman Helm urged the democrat of Cney to look nt the situation Eggs, Ice, Coa!,Wool, Furs n sober, thoughtful way. and conworth while to sider whether it was Hides, Salt, Lime, Feathturn out a man who has worked faithfully nnd earnestly for their ers, Ginseng, etc. Ph30.5e interests for one who has bee.n untried nnd is unknown. Lancaster, Ky. And from the scores who crowded up after the speaking was over to shake Mr. Helm bv the hand, a Branch House, spectator would judge that the Casey county democrats, like the Stanford, Ky. big majority of their brothers ocr tho Eighth district, are not willing TUDOR, Mgr. to mako any change just nt .thh stage of the gpme. PHONE t53. 25-ce- nf Ceeffton, Md. Mr. Oeorge Rlchsres, Ot this place, during the put 12 years, has probably tried more different diets than the average persoe would ever use la a lifetime. What he has to say about hie expert ments, must therefore be htfthly Interest lag to anyone suffering from Indigestion or stomach troubles of any kind. He says : "For more than 12 years. I suffered with stomach troubles, and' paid hundreds of dollars for doctor bins and medicines. 1 was also operated oa for piles. I lived on dried peaches and buttermilk for nearly three years. .The only thing that would not give me pain was raweajs. I was a physical wreck. 1 could not sleep, and was as Bear crazy as a maa could well be. I must say that after taking two are not jn Stulisl, , Serviceable, Dresst CAN MORE BE SAID? We show them in coats and trousers, perfectly tailored at 1 g. pc-itio- $15, $17.50 and $20 Blue 9.rsfsx Everybody knows what they are and how goed they are. In suits we can show you an fadeless color Blue Serge at all-wo- ol, Con-cre- $10, $15, $20 and $25. Tans and Gkcxsi In these we feel we have something better than you usually see. They are simply elegant at $20 to $35. If you want to be better dressed thai yov Might or frieid, we cai do it for yov. coooooooooooooooooo H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Kentucky I "" n S"i,",,,',,,,,'S111111SSSSSSSSSSSSSWMSlWBMillllllllMiiiiMt11111111 I DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1854. It's successor: National Bank of Stanford, organized June 2, 1865. Recognized as H. B. Northcoit 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. T.K. - J?'vccr----0R- S guarante:ed fast LLLvLLwiiikf99BlVvfl'ft Br ? Si "JUST THINK OF IT!" Ye can leave your windows open and the shades up slay after day, yet the sun cannot fade JSkwgmmmm It colors are everlasting proof against (JSylURfAjl I'lHI.Hr both fasting and water. No guessing this positively GUARANTEED instead. This is ahot eeiy atM of its many advantages over other mattings. It has no odor at all, can be sewed like any carpet, cKrt caa't sift through it sanitary beautiful dainty patterns ami coleriags easy to keep clean and, best of aM, the price won't scare you. WoU cheerfully show you a nice assortment and floor d tttt yew asero about this unusual Whv not . nn low-priceto-da- m w w L. f L SANPERS, Crab Orchard, jkt&ft4.viUfctL Ky. Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eubanks, After months of general decline of Ludlow, took the train here Sat- tho pure nnd beautiful .Christian urday for their home, after visiting lifo of Mrs. Wm. II. Whemtt. terMr. and Mrs. John Ilelm in Brum-fielminated in her 79th' year. Ever a favorite with both old and yorfnc Mrs. Elizabeth Brown has return- in the homo in which she was boTnj ed to her home in Pnrksvillo after and reaied, sho will bo missed from a vtit to her daughter, Mrs. Mary E. out the rnnkb of life. Something; Hnnkln. less than two months ago her de-- i Mr. and Mrs. William Caskey voted husband lett her only to Qinf to Corbin Saturday, after a tho redeemed. Truly can it bo said visit to the Jotter's mother, Mrs. if this devoted, loyal couple in death Marv Frances Wells. tuoy were not divided. X or many Misses Frances Kcllev nnd Marie Ion.; yeais sho had been a faithful fiailey arc sitin" Hip lottor's aunt, consistent member of the PresbyOno marked charMrs. Julia Wright, in Hiistonville. terian chinch. Miss Mamie Williams attended acteristic the deceas;d was tho the Chautauqua in Danville on aqd expressed gratitudo she Thursday nnd visited her sister, ielt for tho ninny loving, tender Mrs. John Wiicht. toiiAistiics others conferied upou Mr. IWhel Duck, of Paint Lick. her, which all know sho so well Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. D. McCollum visit Two sisters. Mrs. Thomas ed Mr. nnd Mrs. Luther McCollum Wherritt nnd Miss Bettio Miller, of this city, a son Wm. I. Wherntt and in Shelby City Thursday. Mr. John II. Towell has returned two daughters, Mrs. Win. Bogle ana to Ilarard, where he has an im- Mrs. Wm. Berklo, of New Orleans, portant position with the L. & E. survive and to her children espen. n. cially is much sympathy extended Dr. J. It. Steele nnd "Mr, N. II. as they have been called upon so Sinkhorn went to Cincinnati Sunday leecntly to suffer such a double bereavement in the loss of both parwhere the latter will have nn y examination made of the wound in ents. The public school to bo taught in his shoulder. .Mr. jonn beitsnm. ot I'arKsvjiie, Garrard county will begin July the was visiting friends in New Austria 8th. Quite a number of popular Lan- Saturday evening. Miss Jiny Blaekster 1s visiting caster teachers were in LqujsviIIe Mrs. Charles Tancey in Knoxville.Hhe past week for the Kentucky Miss Georgia Young, of Danville, Teachers' Association. .?2.500. d. ed Oil Stoves are to do fine cooking and give satisfaction, both by W. H. Higgins and the Detroit Vapor Stove Co. WICKLESS See Us Before Buying Your Spring Goods Have nice Selection of Druggets, Mattings, Carpets, Lace Curtains, etc. The Correct Styles in Millinery-Comand see our Stock and be convinced. s. Ask Mrs. Bud Holderman, Mrs. James Carter and others. e mmi Kim M hi W.H.Higgins Stanford, Ky. J.L.Beazley &Co h A Substantial Surplus UNDERTAKERS AND ALSO DEAL. ER IN FURNITURE, MAT. TINQ8, RUGS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE statement vt this bunk nt tho last call of tho troller showed a surplus of . comp- E. D. Pennington, OtJWity 52-S- This largo sum is made up of earnings which havo been loft intact, in order to add to the financial strength of the Hank, and further guarantee tho tnfely of depositors. This is a SAFE bank to intrust your funds. $100,100 Survayar - Lincoln County National Bank Corner Neit to Courthouse. a General Farm Surveying Phone 172, StMdrfJ, Ky. Stanford, Ky. it t JL. i..etMJi-u.- - j -- J V. Jflf r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 8TAWFIW1. KENTUCKY TUESDAY, JULY 2. 1112 WHAT IS THE SECRET Don't Fail to Take Advantage of This Opportunity. a.y PERSONAL Cooper is visiting 1 1 AS of the success of Severances' Sale? Why do they always get a crowd? It is this: We deliver the goods. We sell the goods just as advertised. Hundreds of delighted customers left our store Saturday. We still have bargains galore. We have on sale this week many articles to take the place of those sold Saturday. Sale continues ALL this WEEK and NEXT & SHORT LOCAL NEWS id We Waited on Seven Hundred and Fifty-Nin- e Customers Saturday. SOCIAL Miss Mip. of Mrs. TerTill nt Richmond. Mm. Dcttio Unrnctte is quite ill nt Jicr homo. Frank Itobir.son nt Lnncnslcr. 5li" Sarah Hundley is the guest Lucilo Miss Elizabeth IlolUclaw is visitnt Lnncnster. Mr. Stamps Moore, of Paris, is the guest of Mm. George Grveng. Mi'tr iBnbclle Reynolds and Nannie McKinney, uf McKiuney, were hcie n short limo Monday. Mr. Will McKinney, of Williamsburg, has tcl uracil home after n MSit to his brother, Mr. J. J. McKinney at Mt. Salem. Mr. C. A. Province, of Ixiuisville, hns been the recent guest of Dr. M. M. Phillip? and Mr. S. Albert l'bil- ing Mies Nora Brown Mr. here visiting their grandmother, Mrs Jame. Kevins nnd Mi Ncvius, Tf Lancaster nro Mattie Xevius. Mrs. J. E. Buck hno returned to bcr home nt Gilbert's Creek nfter a short vwit to her mother, Mn. Mnt-:- e Kcvjiia. Mises Mary nnd Annie Miller, of Lancaster, came over Saturday to isit to Mrs. J. D. mule a short Wearon. Mm. J. E. Clannch has returned from a visit to Mm. Ingnn Wood, Somerset llcrnld. in Dnnville. McMies Clarn Cooper. Mar. E. John Kinney, Lyle Cooper nnd Mm. Owsley ICoiil nnd Mr. James Cooper ittended the Chnutnunun at Danville Mr. And Mm. Jame Menefee, of Knoxvillc, Tenn., arc here on n visit to Ids parent, Mr. nnd Mrs. Juliii X. Menefee. Miss Mfirgnret Docker. is in Fndny. Lnncnster visiting her grandfather, Mr. Alex Denny nnd other relative". Mm. Will Docker went to Lexington Pridny to attend the wedding .f Miss Daisy Haines nnd Mr. Fish-r- r. . Rfv. nnd Mrs. Homer Carpenter, of Shelbvville, are receiving the congratulations of their mnnv friends upon the birth uf n beautiful little lain. 'iter, who arrived nt the home mother's parents. Dr. and Mm. J. G. Carpenter, hero lat week. The little lady lias been named Eleanor Teti. . IOWA WOMAN WELL AGAIN Freed From Shooting Pains, Spinal Weakness, Dizziness, by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Ottumwn. Iown. "For years I was almost a constant sufferer from female trou I) I in all It droadftfl forms; shooting pnins nil over my Inxly, sick headache, spinal weakness, dizziness, horrid. depression, nnd Itrielmony everything that was doctors in different parts of tho United States, but Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound has dono mow forme than all tho doctors. I feel it my duty to tell you theso facts. My heart Is full of gratltudA to Lydia E. PinkBam's Vegetable Compound for my health. "-Harriet E. WAMPLnrt, 621 S. Ransom Street, Ottumwa, Iowa. Mrs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene Htownrt, or Elizubethtowu, nro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. llnys Foster Little Miss Mnrgio Lynn has homo after a visit to her aunt Mrs. Logan Wood nt Dnnville. Mis. Will Ycnger nnd littbt daugh-te- r, of VYctttborne, Tenn., are here visiting relatives nnd friends. .Mrs. Suo Bright and gritudckil-drc- n Duller nnd llnrry Mills, of Mt. Sterling have returned homo after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. C. 11. Carter. Mrs. E. P. Owsley, of Columbus, Oa., has been the guest of her sister Mrs. It. S. Putnam lor several days. Lebanon Falcon. Mr. E. T. Carter, of Evnnsville, Ind., joined his wife and son here Snturduy to make u wsit to relatives. Miss Martha Ilouiincll is in Midway attending a house party Hven by Mrs. W. Wise. Danville Messenger. Miss Elizabeth Stngg, of Hnrrods-burnnd Miss A mm Chancellor, of Stanford, were guests of Mrs. liar-c- y Miller. Danville Messenger. Mr. 0. W. Evans nnd Miss Annie Evans armed last night from Kansas City to visit friends nnd relatives in this city. Danville Advocate. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Forcstus Reid and family, of Danville, have come to their country homo on the Hustou-vill- u pike, to spend the summer months. Mrs. Marv E. Kendriek, wns called home t week from Indianapolis Indinnn on account of the death cf her Mr. 0. S. Coffey. Monticello Outlook. Miss Elizabeth Thatcher nnd her Alnbamu guest, Miss Elinboth Dearborn, nccoupaincd J. M. P. Thntcher, lelt Tuesday for Olympian Springs, where they will remaiii n weik. Somerset' Leader. K. H. WesJ, the popular Junction City representative of the big commission house, of Cincinnati, diove over in a big nuto Saturday morning accompanied by his- - pretty daughter, MibS Dertha West, who mndo n splendid race in the 1. J.'s great contest. Some of tho out of town people, who were hero Saturday wtre: Miss ltutli Tanner, of .McKinney, and her visitor, Mrs. T. E. Grey, of Fort Worth, Texas, Misses Kntie and Marv Huii&oii, f Moreland, Mrs. L. II. Drown, of Lancaster, Mrs. L. P. Wcaer and Mm. A. L. Ennkin, of Hubble, Miss Annie Middletou, of Crab Orchard. Miss Koe McCor-mniami J. W. Itout, Miss Margartt et MiConunck and mother, Mrs. McConnack and Orestus Floyd, of Mi3 Mattie Dishop, nnd Mr. Mndison, Sandidge, of foreland. The following compose a happy hou-- o partv nt tho liuppv home of Mr. Joo E. Wright, near Shelby Citv. .Mr. and --Mrs. J. W. Caskov aro actElizaing as chaporones: beth and Hattio Lee Jones and Miss Bessio Dawson, of Columbia, Misses Willinniston nnd Sophia 01iia Johnson, of Kuo.willc. Mr. Charles Hankln, of Junction City, and .Mr. Creshnni, of Nashville, Herman Tenn. The entire party wero entertained bv Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Helm, nt n six o'clock dinner Tuesday nt their beautUul home on Thcv went the Shnkcrtown Pike. uer to Lexington and High Dtidge list week. Mr. Wright is an ideal host nnd Mr. and Mrs. Caskey rank nt tho to ns entertainers. -g, -I.'i-spc-in-'nel k, Em-mces nnd execute their bond. Judge J. P. is the business part of the property consisting of one lot, 150 feet at 51-Dniley, Judge. railroad track, one conl bin 02 feet long, one warehouse 30xG0 feet anStop, look nt our window Croquet other warehouse office and scale Sets from 75 cents to $3.50. Pen- building combined 24x52 feet, and a ny's The Ecxnll Store. first class wngon scale in connection Best piece of business property in For Rent. Three good rooms nnd the town of McKinney, first class kitchen, downstairs, garden and territory for business, trade now esApply to tablished on Coal feed lime cement 6tnblo room if wanted. 4C-t- f. salt, brick. For any further inforMrs. Susan D. Yeagcr. mation in regard to this property, leadinq com- call to see or write E. 0. GOOCII, Insure with the panies. Fish & Bromley represent McKinney, Ky. them. All lines. Won 2d Prize In District No. 2. No burners to get out of order, no wieks to bother .with when you buy nn oil wieklesi looker from W. 11. 53-Higgius. 2. Bowen. Happiest Girl In Lincoln Most of the farmers throughout A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes, "I Look! Qcm Theatre for sale cheap. had been ailing for some time with this section of Lincoln county arc tlironin cniwtipnlion nnd stomnch busy in the wheat harvest The trouble. I began taking Chamber-Iain's- 1 prospect for a good corn crop looks New Perfection oil cook stoves nt Stomach nnd Liver Tablets veiy favorable, as it now stands. cost nt W. 11. Higgins. 6312. and in three (lavs I wns able to be who are in the boys' corn up nnd got better right along. I am crowing contest look out for Master Notice. 5 per cent, penalty ad- the irroudcst girl in Lincoln to find Willie Itusell, who has one acre on ded to school tax July 2'Jtli. L. It. such a good medicine." For sale by the c.wVllent farm of IJ. II. Ciowe. 53-Hughes. We feel safe in sujing there is not a 0. L. Penny. bettpr prospect in Lincoln county at To Pike Contractors. All perMcKinney piescr.t. The ground on which this 'For Sale or Rent. sons having contracts for repairing Conl & Feed property. If not sold ncrc of corn stands has been dark turnpike roads, will plcaso forward by the first of July will rent. This ened like Egypt's soil under a swarm for Chariton; Iowa; to spend the summer with relatives. Mrs. Joo Cox, of Stornes, Ky., nnd Mrs. J. O. McAlister, of Lexington, Ky., nre visiting their parents, Mr. and Mm. B. H. King. Mnrgaret Misses Mnrinh nnd Tarkington, of Boyle county, two populnr young ladies spent'two days with friends here lnt week. Myers and Tucker shipped a carload of lambs to Cincinnati last week. Bo, town, Mo., their home. Prof Shnn-no- n is due io lecture in 23 'states this summer. He lectured here eight nights which wns the greatest series of lectures that Moreland has. ever had. 8. FIRE INSURANCE E.M.NEWLAND STANFORD, KY. and SURETY BONDS of "Pharohs Locusts." W. C. Wolford, who for the past three years has been in Norwood, has been visiting relatives In the West End, also called on his old friends, John F. Russell and Pntlick McGirr. left here Professor Iat T. W. Shannon's family, Wednesday for Fred- - The house of Mr. Sidney Dunbar, of Hubble, was struck by lightning nnd set on fire Inst Friday night. The file was extinguished before much damngo was done. Also the home )f Mr. George Bright, in the snrae neighborhood was struck by lightning, but no dnmago was done. "aB'a1aaaar I 'liaKif!aBV &? Josh Cooper, tho Stnnford negro, shot Will Lancaster )f color secrnl woeks ago, was tried in the enmity court Friday nnd was held under ?5Q bond for appearance in the ciriuit court nt the September tern. Lebanon Falcon. who aaaLLHHaVK -- TaHPSe' T j a. '"'--- i. J Eight in your busiest'scason when you lime the least time to spare you are most likely to tnko diarrhoea and lose eveinl days' time, unless you have Chamberlain's Colic Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Itcmcdy.nt hand take a dose on the first appcaranco of the disease. For sale by Penny's Drug Store. Miss Sara Richardson, of Junction Frances Adkins, wifo of Adkius deceased, passed away at the borne of her son, George Adkins, of Somerset, June 2G, 1012, nge.I ol years. Mrs. Adkms had worked comc in her garden the evening before her death. Jt rs supposed death resulted from heart failure. The remains were brought back to MeCorniack' church cemetery and there laid to rest. Her relatives and friends have our sympathy. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Adkii-s- , of Somerset, aiu visitiug here now. They expect to return to their home in a few days. It. II. Crowe told 93 head of lambs lecentli, bringing in leturn about .jf.U. Mr. Crowe has about the ame number of lambs left to graze on hii splendid bluo grass farm, which stands foremost among the best farms in tho state. Willie" and Robert Russell are breaking a beautiful Shetland pony for It. II. Crowe. School begins here July 15th, with Mr. J". II. Wolford for our tencher again. We are expecting a splendid school this term. Our Sunday school that Ss being held in the schoolhouo is progressing nicely with a good attendance. William His Landlady's Advice Mrs. ed the judgment of the Dell Circuit Court in tho cae of Sajlor vs Commonwealth. This closes the case must now servehis and sentence of from one to five j ears in the penitentiary for obtaining by fraud money from a Lexington Jno.-Rnylor Tho Court of Appeals lias affirm- , A. W. CLnASO.W 1 ( NOTAM I'lBUC. Hall Catarrh Cure la taim tntrrnally and arta dlrrctly uim lha biou.1 ana muroua aurUcn ot tbo lor trttlmontala. tir tiateni. A. I Lost. A tan rain coat, Monday, between T. D. Newland's residence Dunn Spencer. on Somerset pike nnd town. Finder Mis Snral M. Dunn, of this place leturn to this office and reincase nnd Mr. lleiberl Sneneei, of Lexingceive reward. ton, wero married in that city yesterday. Tho wedding was to have Ctati or Onto cm cp IcatDO. I LeCAt Cocmi. f resiheio Is riuMC J CiicMr-raioti thit hfco. Knlor been solemnized Penny, at thens the doing dence of G. L. but uriurr or in nrm 01ot t. j mtrr builorM in tne CHjr Tutalo. County and sut aforrAjhl. nd that ukl Crni wilt pay th .um ol bride's health is not good, tho couDM: lll'Mini li ImiiI.AIH lr nrh M mr; ple decided to marry in Lexington run ol t'4Tiii th rannot'lx curtU by the tae ot 1UIX CiTiJtil CVRt. nnd leave at once for the mountains rnAN'i: j. cnr.Nr.v. 8wrm to SMm m ar4 jt'Ti'1 la tny prwtocr. of North Carolina. kr Company. tsU its day o( Uccttatxr, l lli. 2Ji foM I toj Iiit br TSr all Pruei llali'a I'amUv liiu Mr ronttlmtlon. rj lt. cim.sxv a co.Toiio.o For summer diarrhoea in children nhvnys give Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Eeraedy nnd entor oil, anil a speedv cure is certain. For sale by G. L. Penny. Probablv Saved His Life I feel that Dr. Kilmer's Sw.ampT Root saved my life. I inherited weak kidneys. Tho discharge was so frequent and painful that I would have to stay in bed to obtain temporary relief. I consulted good physicians but tho results were disappointing. My landlady advised me as the last reto try Swamp-Rosort, which I did and I was quickly relieved. Swamp-RoI continued taking nnd my weight has increased fifty pounds. My health is of the best nnd I have told many others about and have Dr. Kilmcrs's Swamp-Rodone a lot of good in this way. i our wonderful medicine is of great value to mankind. Yours very truly, J. II. imUXDY, 83o Main St. Pawtucket. R. I. The above statement mado before mo 1 declare to be truthful in everj TJiomai Mnrsden, detail. Notniy Public. ot ot ot 1 Everything at Cost During the BIG SALE V j&fl TT" IB , 1 r "- Stanford. Kentucky Home of,H.S. & Won 4th Prize In District No. 2 a Suit Suit f!asfe Cases Just received $ 1.00 nice line or I Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binnhamton, N. Y. M. All Wool Clothes W afr Prove What Swamp-Ro- ot Will Do Bing-hnmto- n, io $9.00 For You. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. Y., for sample bottle. It will convince nnyone. You will also reccivo a booklet of valuablo information, telling nil about tho kidneys nnd bladder. When writing, bo sure to mention the Stnnford Inteiio.r Journal, Semi-Weekl- y. No woman suffering from any form of female troubles should lose hopo until sho has given Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgotnblo Compound a fair trial. This famous remedy, tho medicinal in gredlents of which nro derived from nutivo roots and herbs, has for nearly forty years proved to bo a most valuable tonic and Invlgorator of tho female organism. Women everywhere bear willing testimony to Uio wonderful virtue of Lydia E. Pinkhom's Vegetable Compound, If you waiit special ndylco. wrllo to Ljdla E. l'luklmw Medlcluo Co. (con 1; diutlal) Lynn, Muss. Your letter will bo opened, rea aud BHswereij by a Miss Susie Roberts, of Junction Citv City. noiuuu au4 beW U strict couHdcuce. Consider Well This Advice. Also a nice line of Fountain Shirts The pattern you like In the size you want Moreland. Mr. Ernest Richardson nnd lovely young bride, of Junction Citv have moved in tho J. II. Ernest residence Ladies' and Children's Parasols, all colors, 25c to $2.50. ffP taaaHi Hughes, Martin & Co. Stanford. Ky. nnd taken chargo of tho Standard oil tanks here. Mr. T. A. King is fixing to put a concrete walk in front of his storo and post office, which will mnko Moreland more than one-hnmilo of concrete' walk. May tho good work go on until Jioreland w connected with Miltedgevillo and Hustonville. Mr. John Moser has purchased tho storo nnd coal yard of McCluro nnl Neddie nnd taken rtosscsison. Mis9 Ethel Cone left Wednesday lf KKKK NS W. K. a 1W w w m IF" MU.- Crab Orchard, Ky. If, i i f I . 1 . .A JA- - r, &. -- '.T 8' TV iJWtTTt,.,,. ' . -- ,f 4 THE FARMERS THE INTERIOR JWRHAL. ITANFlhT KENTUCKY TUES1AY. JULY 2d. 1112 For Sale. Nice young more with Shetland colt. Will Stone. A few registered Tamworth pijr' for pale nt real hargnin prices. Send for description circular. W. A. Coffey & Son, McKinney, Ivy. Mr. Tobacco Gnwcr. Oct that Tobacco Hail insurance now, before t lie Hail corner. It costs no more. 4?-t-f. . H. M. Xewlaud, Agent. Single meals nre now 35 cents at (lover's restaurant but wc fed so well, you'll find they're worth every 45-cent o it. you the LouisThe I. J. enn Ret ville Times, daily, from now to November DO for $1.23 cash in ndvancc. I will stand my black, highly bred bull nt my farm fivo miles south of Stanford on the Somerset pike nt $1 4S-4p. 4. Come To The Old Fashioned Country Fair at Stanford ( 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. of 2 good work horses, 2 sows nnd pigs, forming implements, Bcinq Conducted at Court House etc., good two horse wagon and good hay frame, wagon nnd plow With Large Attendance gear, household nnd kitchen fiirnt-tui- v nnd one good piano. The Lincoln County Teachers InAnyone desiring to look nt stitute which is in session at tho farm before day of sale, can cnll the on odurt house this week, promises to me nt premises nnd I will bo glad to be ono of the most beneficial insti- show enmc. tutes ever held in Uiis county. Tin' . Remember that this iroiertv must I be sold to wind up the estate of said first session opened Monday morning with Supt. Singleton presiding. Terms made known on dnv of Itev. P. L. Bruce, pastor vf the' sale. UNDERTAKER AND IMIALMM H. S. ChristoDher. Presbyterian church conducted the STANFORD KENTUCKY. devotional exercises, after which Administrator of Wm. Christopher. Office A. T. Scott, Auet. Phene 167. Howe Phone 35. Supt. Singleton outlined his plans for the week. ILc insjitute is fortunntc ii. having ns instructor Superintendent Bridges, of Richmond. Miss Margaret Hopper was appointed Secretary and Mrs. J. E. Gooch, Assistant Secrclnr.v, Mr. W. T. Ramsey mnde nn interThe best preparation for headache esting address to tho teachers. AfIs made by your Druaclst ter the appointment of committees nnd the registration of teachers, the MMiiuie nujouineil lor tue noon hour. Just a little better 'nan any other. The afternoon session began nt Honestly we do net know how It one o'clock. Mr. S. S. Robinson chairman. Mr. Bridges discussed the could be Improved, at any price, and purpose nnd neccsitv of tho regit we have had ten years' experience Inr course of study. with it, too. Miss Anna A GENEROUS I0X 10c. Holtzclnw gave pome suggestions in regard to the daily program. cough vou had If vou have a severe ' Following an intermission of fif better see your family physician teen minutes, the subject of "Do That's the safest thing to do In all mestic Sci;nce" wns introduced by casesbut for any ordinary couqh the instructor and discussed bv Mrs. our Syrup White Pine Tar is the II. I). Phillips, Mrs. Goodnight and best thlnq you can get. We have It Miss Ha FcJtus. in 25 cent and 50 cent bottles, and After a brief disctisison on "Home It is guaranteed. Geography" by Mrt White, the InWe are selling lots of eur Cold Tabstitute adjourned. ( Mr. J. X. Wiggington nnd Mr, lets these days. We guarantee them Warren Kubanks nro welcomed visto cure a cold In one nigtit. Our guarantee is a personal guarantee. itors nt the institute. Money back if not Satisfied. Superintendent Singlffion cnllcd institute to order at 8:30 Tuesday morning. Rev. I). M. Walker, pastor of Christian church led devotional exercises, with Miss Kntie Bogli. of Phone No. 2. Iiustonville, presiding nt the organ, The subject of Arithmetic wns nnd discussed bv Prof, Bridges. Miss McKinney, Miss Bogle and Mr. McMiilItn. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. Mating J..C. McCIary C. W. Lovcll. 49-- 4. Mr. Wnlden has sold Ins farm, known us the Lawwill place, near Shelby City, to Mr. C. II. Vnnnrs-tlal- l, of tin city. Mr". Vannrsdall fsrn: contains l'JS acres nnd the price was $100 per acre. Danville Advocate. V. A. Lear, of Garrard, reports the following purchases of Jambs: From J. 1. Hamilton CO lambs at 0 2 cents; from Wm. lambs n( G 4 Scott CG cents; from Job Marsee, 24 lniubs nt G 2 cents from G cents; from Dan Doolan 25 2 lambs nt 0 2 cents; from Angle Sanders 45 latubs nt G 2 cents; froln Wm. lambs at G 2 Lackey 44 cents; from Holman Brown, 20 70, lambs nt 6 cents; from George Brown 78 lambs ul G cents; irom A. B. Brown, Jr., 35 lambs nt G cents; from Knvannugh nnd Hudson 25 lambs nt 6 2 cents; from lambs nt Mit Warner 20 G cents; from William Wntkins 12 lambs nt G 2 cents. Large shipments of lambs have been made during the last week from Lancaster. V. A. Lear exporting n car on Wednesday containing 250 third car on Friday these large head,, another on Thursday, nnd a consignments of about 800 head being exported to Jersey City. Lawson nnd Brown ehipned n carload of Iambs to tho city market Wednesday. C. A. Arnold exported a large collection of lambs to n Cincinnati Live Stock Company. Lawson nnd Brown shipped n car load of first class porkers to the city market Friday. Lawson ntfd Brown bought 1G 200 pound hogs from L. C. King of nubble, at G 2 cents. George Smith, Sr.. sold 5 hogs to A. F. Saunders nt 5 4 cents. 1-3-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-125-pou3-- sold his place on East Main street . Jersey Cows, Brood Mares. I will sell at my farm one-ha- lf mile west of Stan- - D ford at 1:30 P.M., D Friday, Tuly My herd consisting of 20 strictly high grade fresh Jersey cows. These cows are young, gentle, good , conformation, deep milkers, rich in butter fat. Most of these cows have been bred to my registered St. Lambert bull. Perfection Headache Cure PENNY Eight Good Brood Mares Three of them native bred; five heavy western. These mares have all done farm work; been bred and I believe safely in foal to Tate & Messer's famous Jack,S amson. TERMS-Cas- h or bankable note, due Jan. 1, 1913. GEO. A. BAIN, of Lexington, Ky., Auctioneer. PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. hitrrf-iluce- d ! pairs ana adjusts scales at rock bottom prices. See him for prices before rou buy. Address Stanford. R I0u-- t F. D. No. I. J. D. Steenbergen, Bells, builds, re- Public Sale We will sell to the highest bidder, ' in front of the court house, in Stanford, Ky., at about 1 p. m., court day i-- war-. - f "v. i;-w .. Tie rooms formerly ; occupied by the Interior Jonria), oyer the Lincoln County National Bank. One large Monday, July 8, '12 see i ' I svTRTMis.ssai'sr room and three smaller rooms. Col. W.P.Walton has placed this intur hands with orders to dispose of it. . Ftr particilars, irrir- SLT. HUGHES & McCARTY, Stanford, Kentucky. ate Horse and Mule Feed " , Sprains require enreful treatment Keep quiet nnd apply Chamberlain's Liniment freelv. It will remove the soreness nnd nuiekly Testore tho p.irts (o a heilthy condition. For morning of the sale by O. L. Penny. your mail in the McKlnnev. Mrs'. Tom Gray, of Fort Worth Fourth from 7 until 8ui0 o'clock. Texas, is the guest of her grand- After that the office will not be ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE! parents and father, Mr. and Mrs. K. open. Please be governed by these rules on that day. July 4th. L. and J. L. Tanner. Mrs. Gray will I. II. S. Christopher, ns adminiMrs. Kate Coffey visited her strator of Wm. Christopher, deceased be here for about a month. Misses Mary D. nnd Lena Beck daughter, Mrs. Mart in, at Turners-vill- e will on the past week. joined a crowd nt Somerset this Thursday. July 25th, 1912 SIS Mr. John Dulweber, of tho vcek and left for a trip down the Lumber Co., of Cincinnati, O., Beginning nt 1 o'clock P. M. sell to Cumberland river where they will spend bo'ue time in camp. Quite n was a guest of the Misses Gooch a the highest bidder the farm of Wm. Christopher, deren-econtaining number nro in the crowd and latest few days ago. 93 1.3 located nt Buena Vista reports from them is that they aro Herbert Reynolds, of Kubanks, Garrard acres. County, Ky., on the Biirgin jfj having u good time but we don't wns a visitor at Dr. Singleton's this nnd Dix River turnpikes, right nt know how many fish they have week. the postoffice and in bight of three caught. Quite n few ftorr. here attended churches and n good school. This Bnugh joined her hus the closing of the big contest Mrs. A. II. that band here nnd will fetay until the wns run bv the Interior Journal, nt form is located in the best agriculdistrict in tho county, and is close of the meeting which U in Stanford, Sutuiday afternoon and tural good in a stnto of cultivation, writ progress nt the Christian ctiurcu. evening. I'dnptcd to grow tobacco, hemp, corn L'rother Baugh, of Mo.nticello, w MNs llulh Puull, Mnry, Mis holding the meeting and he is preach-in- ? f Wine Breeding and Mis J. S. Breed- nnd wheat. Every acre can bo cul Mr. tivated. excellent hermons and ing, of Columbia are the attractive of a good The impiovoment consist If Borne seven-roofrnmc dwellhating good crowds. The meeting visitors of Mr. Charlie Piles' and ing house, in good !'! has been very successful ......... necessary outbuildingrcimir with nil viflt fit tllnir Ii0rnitifi.l which are nil Mr. S. M, Owens has been on tlie J home. Violet Slope, near town. good. A Xo. 1 pond i.itlern n flic lis sick list for sevaral days, but we are dor and good spring houo right very chid to state nt this time that sjrvicc nt tho Presby- In the vnrd; never failing stream of k die it very much itnprmed. terian church on Wednesday evening water for stock. Miss Etta Gooeh.'of Somerset, nnd July 3, at 7:30. Subject: "The At the same timn nnd nlnn T will g, ' MNs Alice Singleton, of near . . ii value of This Service." PC" " ii ji mo personal property coirof have been the visitors Dr. T. II. Singleton and wife for several days. SPECIAL EXCURSION TO THE Notice. The postoffice will be clos ed nt this plnco on the Fourth ns that is n legal holiday. You can get V Mldm ' K r -- D R MZdm a CmErZrESEmSS&a Car o fAdrian Wire Fence Just Received We have several second- hand Buggies for sale Dul-web- er d, !! 1 E.T. Pence Stanford, Kentucky Mid-wee- Way-npbur- --- or - Do You Want a Silo? This cut shows you what we are now prepared to construct We have one f the famous Polk Machines with which to build Silos like this, and if YOU are thinking of building a Silo, call on or write us before you do anything, and we'll interest you. We have already contracted for six and cannot build but a limited number, so you had better not delay, but get in next We have the territory of Lincoln and Garrard counties. Telephone 136 Mountains of Western North Carolina Round Trip Round Trip Fares From Danville. Kv. ASHEVILLE, N. (J. $7.50 I . Land of Sky" HENDERSON, N. C ) ia5 ( "Sapphire Waynesville, N. C. $ Country" LAKE TOXAWAY, N. C $9.50 J Special through tra in, coiibistinp of electric-lighte- d Pullman, Ohs.erv ation nnd Drawing room Sleeping Cars, Dining Car nnd L)av ('..),.. , ,..:n i.... r,.... ...-lMll..in n i ..III. uv m.n: i . ir iiiuy. 10. .... . ' who ..i iv;uj ai. t. iicusts uls.0 good on regular traillh. lteturn limit July 25, 1012. Liber,,! stop Ovi Privileges. DIVERSE ROUTE. Go direct and return via Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, or $1.50 additional For full in l'ownution call on any Ticket Agent or writo: H. C. KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main Street, Lexington. Ky. (C. N. 0. & T. P. RY.) W. A. RECKLER, General Pasand Southern Railway, senger Agent, Ingalls ullding, Cincinnati, taie. Wednesday, July 10, 1912 " 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. V i , Alcorn $1.90 per 100 pounds Oat equal $220 per 100 pounds. You feed no other grain with this feed. and three quarts to one gallon makes a good feed. Order a sack today. u J. &; H. Baughman & Co. Phone 11 Stanford, Kentucky. r o THERE IS REAL PAINT and also some stuff mixed with cheapening materials that is not worthy of the name. If you have bad experience with tho latter kind you don't want another. If you haven't take our advice and don't experiment. Buy our rr.nl paints and save yourself disappointment and money as veil. J. A. ALLEN. Stanford. Ky. vice-vers- a. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. 'm