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THK INTKItlOR J0UKNA1V
TUESDAY, JUNE iHt tIT '
Jhe Interior Journal.
JEVBRY TUESDAY AND FIIIDAY
At.W Tcr Year In Advance
JHEUTfN SAUFLEY Publisher
.Entered at tho Post Office at Stan
xford, Ky., as Second Class mall.
it 1r to bo hoped the man under
aurvtlHance in Houston, Texan, la
Joseph Wcndllng, tho flrml who as
saulted and murdered llttlo Mnia
.Kojner In JViulsvllle lau Ueceuibur
Tliurc does not seem to bo a 'o;ibt
hat WqndJIns is the murderer, but Is
yet to bo shown whether he has been
Jocated. JX he has, and the neoplo
of Jefferson county allow the law to
take U course, when he le returned
to tho srencof his hideous crime, Jt
will ehoy itbat they arc law abiding
to a certainty and that their patience
has rot yet ceased to be a v:t litre
we lytvo never been an .ulvocnto of
ljnrh law and do not favor It even now
but If thoro pyer was caso lit for hing
Ins without Jjial It Is tho one which
now confronts tho 'horrow stilckeu
popujaco of lulsvllle anj Jet erson-county.
LOST TO COUNTY WHEN SQUIRE
Editor jCtiarlPS S. Harrl of that
.xood paper. The Adair Countv Hewe.
'j'jjetts because some of the country
editors criticise the brand of Louis
So lar as we haw noticed
the only .objections the country noys
have mentioned are that i number of
the JUuIsvIlle democrat's leaders are
mo Ined to jcgard Uie party clinic
as simply to bo put on and off at their
en n plei'sure, refusing to t,et into tho
band wagon unless they can do tho
c"rilTig. V'itness Whallens. contri
bution to.the Taft Campnlan fund and
Wctt1rs.on and his henchmen's fight
against ;teckham for United staUs
Senator .No critics have been found
Jcr tho tank and file of the party
ia the ilfth district, the trouble be
ing that they are not alw iys wife
In the. choice -of leadeis
Lincoln county lost one of her most
irspectcd and substantial citl im
'vlien Squire Thomas Stielton I'l.in
kenshln parsed away at his homo
near Crab Orchard a few day ago
Nearly all of his long life was spei.t
In this community, and he was belov
ed and honored by nil.
Squire Dlankenshln was born near
Somerset, Pulaski county, and tit an
early age moved to the eastern end
of Lincoln. A young man, w'iui the
Civil War broke out, together with his
five brothers he enlisted on the
billon side, and served with r.onor
throughout the war. He tnllsteil at
.Somerset on December 1, IMil, and
became a Corporal In 0. V. nteh&rd
ton's Comp.uiy O. of the lVth Ken
tuck Heglment. He was yUen his
honorable discharge January 21 I Silo
at Daton Rouge, Louisiana.
i'oulre niankenship In survhed b
his wife and six children, w folio as
Mrs. Jasper Stringer, of Point Isabel,
Ind., .Mrs Pedro Green, of Uignlan-1,
this county, Charles lllankomhlp, of
Indlannpolts, Itoscoo niank?nxhti,
who is n member of the Coast Ar
tlltuy at Fort Mott, New Jersey and
James and Arthur Ulankenbhlp, who
u-side with their mother at tae old
home. His brother J. M Dl.inkon
ship, and 'two slaters, .Mrs David
Noaks, and Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson
or Garrard, survive him also.
He was a life long member of the
Baptist church, and went to his re-
v.-urd full of confidence of hawne
(ought a good fight for the master
He w.i3 lr h s 74th ear
SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES.
Flanders 20 $750
E. M. F. 30 $1250
Baker Electric - 2000 to $4000
StudebaKer Garford, $4000 to
$6000. If interested. Phone us
Bell 24, and we will gladly give you
Danville Ice & Coal Co. DamC,Ky.
Wo hope, by tho time this reaches
o-.r icadejrs, to be enjoyinj tho pleas
ure of Uie Kentucky Press Associa
tion meeting at Mlddlesboro. With
our Uoubles In getting new machinery
ery Installed and properly started wo
believe that no ono will begrudge us
a few days rest. During our abstneo
the paper will be In charge of Ilowan
In the congressional pTniiarv in tho
i.ih District Arthur D. K.iuse, or
Jjooue county dofeated lornirr Con--sressman
D. Linn Gooch Tor the Dotno
Miulf nomination by about 3,003 ma
jority We enjoy a person il ucf.ii.iin-lauc-
with Mr. Ko'ise, who f u splen
dli! oung man asd a steiliiK !-
trai The democrats of tlio SiMli
have chosen wisely for .1 suc'--ior
to Jce I Jthluock.
Uowling Green Is up to it? ne k in
ha hottest kind of prohibition li-ftt
Tin' city is now dry and will -oon ct
on the question as to whetho: It H
better to Bell it undr license or throm L.
Lliud tigers The way tin law Is ei
fojctd In most of the drv towns 01
the btatp, that's what ih? question
really amounts to.
I EXCURSION I
I CINCINNATI I
I ANO RETURN
I SUNDAY I
I JULY 3rd I
I SPECIAL TRAIN I
a Lv. Junction City 5:56 A. M. I
H ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULAR! D
Uoosevolt was given a royal ovation
whei. ho landed at New York on Satur
da He declared that ho will not
discuss politics for some titno to come
and any interviews purportlm; to come
,from him on tho subject aio fakes
jjiiir- and simple.
Gov. GUletteTof California, U evi
dently trying to make himself as fam
ous as tho man who makes the sutety
jtuqrs. Tho latter's a good adver
tiser. Maybe they aro akin.
'Weekly Courier -Journ a
'The Interior Journal
SOTH ONE YEAH FOR
Few paopla In tta Halted But. hre not
bheard ot th Oourlvr-Joaroal. Democratic
Jn all thlni, fair ta all thlngi. clean In all
thing, It U euentlally a family paper, 11;
a ipeclal arrangement we are enabled to ot
UertheWEBKLV OOUBIBR-OHUNAL one
.jMranl thlt paper for the price named
boe. Beod jour iubcrlptlon tor the com
.bluatloo to u not to the Courier-Jor
THE FOURTH IS A UAU U r
for the man without Insurince
Kvery time a rocket hursts over his
house he has heart disease. 1 1 juu
aren't lusured better have us ishue
jou a policy to-aay. Tho freedom
from worry It will afford you i acme
worth the cos of the Insurance
Fish & Pennington,
Stanford, Ky., Phono 200
shades in our reaJy nixed colors.
For durablity and uniform high
quality they ure unequalled. Talk
all you like about "good., paints.
Then-do a little actual painting
with a small sample from our stock
and watch results. You'll satisfy
yourself that you can buy no better
naint for the money anywhere. Let
our paint talk.
J. A. ALLEN, StMftrd, Ky.
I A Nice Quiet
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2" I li-iyP5S THE UWJ f'
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OUR FLOUR IS GUARQZ3
t erfectly agauiht the d.rt nnl 1111
I inly It is iuau fioni the lien m.
lcltd what li lif pi..uml m if
tht be.-t md clejiiHt milU 'n ill 1 r.n
h f O'.r is ick).l ! Tm null
Itr 1 it comeo direct tj 11s uiiir
i uk t.vhiv and gt 1 i.r lliu u
i'' I'o " ana '6.U of the wt l.i-t
J. H.Baughman &Co.
BringYour Produce To Us.
We have opmtd a produce houe on Som
titrt itrrrt and will pay the higher marlrt
price (or all kindi of country produce. Bring la
M.0. BASTIN & CO..
BLACKSMITH I XG !
Ilrlng jour lllnckiimittiln nnU (em-rnl
repair work to nif. Hortn lio..n nv
Hatlifnctlon ttuiirnntrtd, bop unuoilie
l'bllltpa' concreto atnrw.
u. . . JAMKH IIUACKKTT,
A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, ,
I urn a RrnUuiiteot Join;' Notional Hcbool i
ot Auctlontwri, IiIcuko, mill liii hail i-x-Mrlenc
111 tho blR cattle nalft lit the Union
Mock Yiirdt. I'blcaRO, lier olil onie
tnorouBlibrrUi u liluli in H.&0. VIo In
lior iiilf lieriSiOiiiln r nioac hpIi i
Uy. Auctlonwrlng Uuicleiiceiioil I lm
.tudli-a It UU tbl.ld.'u. Htor phone me j
U'fore ou nrriiiigt' for our nl'".,,; can
mnkeiiilt.tojouriiduintiiBe. l'ltONt.'.3-ll i
't-i.!.lill Hi 'JCiTLrti'-'
UndertaKers ami Kmbaltr
em. AIo Dealers in Fur
niture, Mattinpj.Kupj. They
will exchange Furuiture lor
ill Kind of Stock. Give
Thum a Call. Price Right
SUisFOKD. - KENTUCK Y
Look At Your Neighbors
ooeoo o o o a 0 0000000000 o o o 0000000
See th sniis lit (f the collar, the the aniwr will ho in our fnvor. Tao
Mum and greys thin oaon aro In
deed )Mf and pretty. The fabric la
lln We fit you at any prlee from V)
he pot them and almot eiery time to (27 SO the Bull.
tOOOO o o o o o ooooo oooooo o o o o ooooo
H. J. McROBERTS.
ooooo o o o o o oooooooooo o o o o o ooooo
kquare broail ithoulder. the atraisht
hani;lni; troiwor, ami jk him when
G. h. IViidv
It. II. Cofley
K. It. Coleman
g Dl Hess Poultry Panacsa
Dealer In tind Manufacturer ot
Marblo and Granite Monu
ments, Marker unit I'oila, Piuetery and Ijiwd
Vine. and settee. OHlco and Murks, Mc
Spring & Summer Stock
llnv'your liienmre taken tiv 11 tailor of ex
perience. Then juur clot lie., wuelliern low
price butluett ault or tbe llne.t evenlni;
Olotbi'J. will bue tliHt IlidHlduullty and III
wblcb ilulnl Unlit utv they were mnUe to
four nieuiur.. I ttl.i ntto take our meal
nr '.i " " fitiu-y etn. lor
eoatil and overcoat!. Hprlngandrtuuiiiiei
tumuli .1 .a .!.( .... Jti.tr ui.iJevtiuii
li t' lUMM.KY.TneTallor,
I.lneoln Ijkinf Nn rti K.A A.M. will meet
In .tHietl touiiiiuiiui Hon on rat'b Itr.t and
third Mumlk) uUlil. olenob iiioiilb.iit TUM
o'uloeL tu their bull nil main atreeet. Htuil
(ord. Ky. MemU i oI .liter ludue. are Ira
lernally linltetl u ! iireaent. T. W. IVn-
No. :l,houtb, Him r. .
No. a. Houtb, 10:i a x
No. it, Nortb.liW A u.
No. , North, 6;W e. m
JOS. S, RICE, Agont.
CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE!
I cull furill.h the nulillnulth th. lu.at
well at the fre.hni of rut rlowen, plant, of
u &iiiua, uuiu., potieu uovierf, on abort
notice. Alio mako a ipeclaltyot wreutbi
(or lor funeral purpo.ea.
In connection with the abote, I bare all
ktndi ot ve(tablea on band at reasonable
Kb llUURAUD, 1'KOH.
NVill make lien lav, cure them
i 's-'mm' ninl ket'i them in
pxxl thrifty coin.lttr.ii.
The increaK' in the numlier
of opB li'I. will tii.ire than iwy
l.r the Miiall exene ot fethn.
It is oM at IVnm'a- Drug
Weareln poiltlon to do all ktnda of con
eretlng, aucb ua Illock Work, I'avementa
and. in fact, we can make any thing from r
bouae down to a fence poat. We can aerte
rou promptly and guarantee nrt-claaa
work and material. Uull and get our prices
before you buy j our material at leuat,
J. J. BELDEN,
For bouae, carriage nnd algn pulntlV de-'o-rutlve
imiHT bunging nlao buggy trimming
of all kind audi ua lopa recovered curtain,
unit lioou made HtopinerAldrldge a black
smith shop Weat Main Wt , Mbililord Kl
J J IIKI.DKN.
PENNY'S DRUG STORE, 8
VyJ Btunford, Kentucky. JW
I The Latest In
Stock of Merchandise
I dealre to anil prlvutuljrfmy atoclc of tlro-
cerieaiinu lluruwure, liolnx a good busi
ness. Will Invoice about M&. 1 tea .on
IKO. I) UOHI'KU.Htanforti.:Ky.
IV. A. TRIBBLE,
Furniture aud Undertaktujj.
Night Phone 133.
Oar.on'a lleatauruiit iJincuiUr, Htreet,
Meals served at all boura up to llP. M J
Heat place luj t ufor a good uuluk:
Oooklug to ault our customer! our specialty.
Hpleudld new line of fancy
Hot OolTee, Handwlcbes, ptei.CUutter milk
aud sweet milk, etc., at all tlius..
V. A. CARSON, Pri.
Absolutely Wickless, No As
Ixistos, No Cotton Wicks.
The Ve"ry,f hln'gifor
Makes life in the kitch-
en endurable in.liot
GGO. H. FARRIS.
H. B. North cott,
Live Ami Dressed Poultry, E&J9, Ice,
Coal, Wool, Hides, Furs. Salt,
Lime, Ginseng And
Phoae 35, Lancaster, Ky. Uratich Hotse Stanford. Ky.
Thurojan K. Tudor, Mgr'