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THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, MAY 2i, 1912.
MEN'S and YOUNG
MEN'S ODD PANTS
And now, while our stock is
new, get your pick.
Blues, Serges, Greys, Browns,
Plaids, and White Flannels
and White Serges.
We have anything you can use
in the work pant line.
Also "Pinchecks" in the "Sweet
Orr" for the warm days.
FRUIT AND SHADE TREES'
Strawberry plants, Grape Vines,
Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies,
and Phlox. Everything for Orchard
and Lawn, Garden. Free Catalogue.
H. F. Hillenmeyer L Sons,
UNDERTAKERS AND EM
ALMER8. ALSO DEAL
ER IN FURNITURE, MAT.
TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS OF 8TOCK.
GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE
My new spring and summer sam
ples are now ready for your inspec
tion. They comprise the best on
the market. I can suit anyone as to
price who had his clothes made to
order. A suit made to your measure
is preferable to ready made clothes.
To have them made to measure
doesn't cost any more than ready
made when, quality and fit is con
sidered. Come in and let me take
H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor.
See Us Before 'Buying
frj Your Spring Goods''
Have nice Selectionjof Drug
gets, Mattings, Carpets,
Lace Curtains, etc. fcThe
Correct Styles in Millinery.
Come and see our Stock and
G, S, MT, HAND, ET
The Interior Journal.
SHELTOH M. BAUFLEY.
1 A YEAK STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
Enttfti at tht pfUlftt at SUnford
tttond clan mail m(lr,
The annouBCtmtnti In thii column ttt et
tasdliUtti for eificf, inttt to th ttlon
ol the democrttie prlmtrrl
COL. J. P. CHINK, of lfrr
J. A. BULUVAK, of MdUon
For Commonwealth's Attorney
EMMETT PURYEAfl, OP BOYLE.
vr. s. Bimcii. op Lincoln.
M. 8. BACOHMAN
D. W. MVENS
J. 0. WEATHERFORD.
T J. HILL
Tor County Juioo
1. A. RICE
M. P. NORTH
Tor Cirtvit Clirk
J. D. WEAKEN
J. F. HOLDAM
WILLIAM H. HESTER
W. A. CARSON
Tor A inner
P. L. DECK.
8. M. OWENS
R M. BRONAUOif
P. C. HANDIDOE
J. II. BOONE.
Tor Haeutratt ,
J, T. ROBERTS
J. D. EADS
JOSEPH L. GOODE
It was a splendid tribute of confi
dence and endorsement that the de
mocrats of Kentucky cave Governor
McCrearv and his friends in the
countv conventions held last Satur
day, The Governor will be chosen
chairman of tho state convention
tomorrow, and his friends will be
on too all down the line. The Louis
wile capers are mnkine an awful
"holler" but iust watch the outcome.
Of course, the democrats of Lincoln
were in line for McCrearv. Eicbt
congressional districts out of eleven
will be controlled bv the friends of
You can make no
mistake in buying
a Warner's Rust
Proof Corset, price
$1, $1.50 and $2.
Also a full line of
Corsets, prices $1
Hughes, Martin & Co.
This will be a great season for
white footwear, and we arc pre
pared to meet your wants with a
full line of Ladies', Misses and Chil
dren's high and low shoes.
w. E. PERKINS
Ed Leigh in his Bowling Green
Messenger chides the country news
papers for their fight n Wattcr
son, and says "if he had lived in a
country where kings ruled he would
long since have been knighted as a
leader of his kind." As the B. G.
Messenger is the recognized mouth
piece of the whisky ring and the
bolters and mugwumps of Warren
county, such praise is easily under
stood. But it hasn't been so long
since we heard this self-same editor
calling the man he is now worshiping
every kind of a
in the dictionary. Why this re
markable change of heart. As we
see him, Watterson hasn't changed
a particle since the time when he
bolted Beckham, the democratic
party's nominee for Senator and
used every means at his command to
Complete returns from the pri
mary in Ohio show that Roosevelt
got 34 delegates and Taft only 8.
This was the worst blow that the
president has yet received in his
campaign for renorainntion. Gov.
Ilaimon had some trouble in getting
a majority of the delegates over
Woodrow Wilson and the latter will
have some representation from the
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ment ot the great remedy, Pervna. I
do to most heartlly."Julla Marlowe.
Any remedy tht benefits digeitlon
strengthen the nerve.
Tho nerve center require nutrition.
If the dlpeition It Impaired, the nervo
center become anemic, and nervoui
dobUlty Is the result.
Announces for Assessor
4 .T. If. Boone one of the best known
eemocrats in the southern oart of
the countv. in this issue, announces
as a candidate for the democratic
nomination for assessor of Lincoln
county. Mr. Boone savs that he has
voted and worked for the Dnrtv
nominees nil his life but that he does
not feel that the uartv owes him a
thintr. and that it is trot unon anv
such ciounds that he is nskin? for
this nomination. His friends sav he
will have n stronsr followinir for the
honor he seeks.
Is there anything in all this world
that is of more importance to you
than good digestion? Food must be
eaten to sustain life and must be
digeted and converted into blood.
When the digestion fails the whole
body suffers. Chamberlain's Tab
lets are a rational and reliable cuie
for indigestion. They increase the
flow of bile, purify the blood,
strengthen the stomach, and tone up
the whole digestive apparatus to a
natural uud heullby action. Per
sale by G. L. Penny.
W. II. Wherritt, one of the oldest
and most highly revered citizens of
Lancaster, was found dead in bed
nt an early hour last Thursday
morning. The death of Mr. Wher
ritt removes one of the most historic
characters of this city, he having
been a continuous resident since 1S30
having been prominent in local af
fairs and having filled several muni
vipul and civic office. Ho remov
ed here from ltichmond, being a nn
tive of the Madison capital. He
would have been 87 years of age
had he lived to Noembcr the 1st.
Mr. Wherritt was one of the most
prominent Presbyterians of Central
Kentucky, having become n com
municant at the age of 13; having
been made a deacon in the Lancas
ter church in 1850, and having serv
ed continuously as an elder of the
local membership since 1852.
He also served four times us Com
missioner to the Presbyterian Gener
al Assembly, his last attendance be
ing at the session held nt St. Louis.
He leaves a wife who has been his
constant companion and devoted
help-meet for more than CO years,
their golden wedding celebration
held about a decade ago having ev
idenced the great popularity of the
beloved couple by the many hand
some gifts of which they were the
He also leaves a son, W. C. Wher
ritt, and two daughters, Mrs. W. II.
Bogle and Mrs. Kate Berkle, all of
New Orleans, two brothers, Robert
Wherritt, of Cincinnati and T. P.
Wherritt, of this city, and three sis
ters, Mrs. Martha Haley, of Rich
mond, Mrs. Martha Gilman and Miss
Lizzie Wherritt, of Xew Orleans.
The funeral service wns conduct
ed by Rev. C. C. Brown nt the
Presbyterian church Saturday after
noon and the interment accompani
ed with fraternal ceremonies follow
cw in the Lancaster cemetery.
Mrs. -R. E. McRoherts, gave n
handsome Teception for Mrs. John
Mount's cuests. Mrs. Nicholas Pat
rick, of Jacksonville, Florida.
Roy Spirer and Misss Adu uu-
derpool, of Mt. Hebron this county,
were united in marringi-, the Rev. J.
W. Mnhan officiatinir.
Mis Amanda Anderson gave an
elaborate course dinner the honor
being Mrs, Lee Hughes of Millstead,
Ga. A number of other social func
tion", were given Mrs. Hughes while
on a visit to her "Old Kentucky
Horace L. Walker, a student of
the Jefferson Law School in Loui-
villo wns awarded a medal for the'
excellent work, the clufrs numbering
Miss Annie Margaret Elkin enter
tained nt a chafing dish party nt
her pretty country homo "The Ma
ples." Mr. and Mrs. . C. Bernard, of
Washington, D. C. are guests of
Mrs. Pnttie D. Gill. Dr. and Mrs.
II. S. Price of Stanford, wcro with
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prico Friday. Miss
Helen Patterson , has returned from
n visit to Williamsburg.
Messrs. Adolph and Arthur Jos
eph are nt home after a business
stay in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Hasclden and little daugh
ters and Mrs. B. l Walters formed
n motoring party that visited in the
Palls City recently. Miss Mnyrao
Stormcs is in Stanford visiting Miss
Birdie McClure. Mrs. Fountain
Rice and son, of Richmond hnve been
visitin? the Misic.-. Francis. J. E.
Dickerson spent several' days in
Lexington on business. Mrs. Lee
Hughes has returned to her home in
Millstead, Gn., after a visit to her
mother Mrs. Dollie Brown. Miss
Mcddic Hamilton, Field Secretary
of the Nntionnl Chautauqua is the
guest of Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie. Mrs.
W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta is here for
a visit to Lancaster Tclntive.
F. B. Marksbury bought the resi
dence and four acre of ground of
Silas W. Moss on the new Danville
pike, one mile of town for .$3,500. Mr.
Mos nud family will move to the
Owsley farm in a little farther out
of town nnd he will still engage in
the dairy business.
Mrs. Louisa Arnold who is now
with her son Joseph Arnold of Rich
mond is rejwrted dangerously ill nnd
relatives are very npprchensive
about her recover.
At a meeting of the state associa
tion of railway surgeons held in the
city of Lexington a number of inter
esting papers were read one of note
was by Dr. James B. Kinnnird of thi
city on "Perene Phrictic Abccss."
Dr. Kinnnird wns re-elected Secre
tary of the Association. The next
meeting will be in Frankfort.
Heart Disease Almost
Fatal to Young Girl
"Mjr daughter, when thirteen year.
old, waa itrlcken with heart trouble.
8ha wa. to had we had to place her
ted near a window
eo ahe could set
her breath. On.
doctor (aid, Toor
child, abs U llkelr
to fall dead any
time.' A friend
told me Dr. Jtlllea'
Heart Remedy had
cured her father,
o I tried It, and
the began to Im
prove. She took
a a-reat many bot
tle., but ahe la
.pared to me to
day, a fat. roiy
cheeked girl No one ran Im.cln th.
confidence I have In Dr. Ml!- Heart
Hemtdy." A. n. CANON, Worth, Mo.
The unbounded confidence Mr.
Canon has in Dr. Miles' Heart Rem
edy is shared by thousands of
others who know its value from
experience. Many heart disorders
yield to treatment, if the treatment
is right. If you are bothered with
short breath, fainting spells, swell
ing of feet or ankles, pains about
the heart and shoulder blades, pal
pitation, weak and hungry spells,
you should begin using Dr. Miles'
Heart Remedy at once. Profit by
the experience of others while you
Dr. Mllci' Heart Remedy It told and
Buar.nt.cd by all druggl.t.
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.
Every man wears a hat; not all
wear the same quality nor the same
style. Yet every one buys to suit
himself, so we try to select hats to
suit you all.
PANAMAS in full and medi
um shape at $5.00.
YACHTS for young men at
S1.50, $2.50, $3 and $4.
JOHN 13. STETSON. Need we
say any more? Can we make
it any stronger than (o say
STETSONS in full shnpc.black
and liirht colors, G 7-8 to 7 5-8
in size; price $3.50, $4 and $5
Stetson's stiff hats and young
men's soft hats in many colors
and as many styles, all at $4.
These are the VERY newest
things ho makes.
In cheaper grades, we show Full
shapes, black and light colors, at $1
to $2.50. In the young men's styles
and colon we have them at $1.50,
$2 and $3. A hat to suit every man.
H. J. McROBERTS
Report of the C ondition ) the
The State Bank and Trust Cc.
Doing business nt Stanford, towto of Stanford, County of Lincoln ,State
of Kentucky nt the clobe pf business on the 16th day of May 1912 . . .
Loans and discounts with ono or
more endorsers or sureties C 0,0 03 27
Real estnte mortgages 17,238 00 78,201 27
Due from National Banks 7,332 81 7,332 81
Specie 0,047 50 0.C47 50
Overdrafts (secured) 1,744 00
Overdrafts (unsecured) 1,150 CO 2,801 CO
Cut lent expenses paid 2,169-97
Real Estate Hanking house 14,528 21
FuroiluTe nnd fixtures 3,082 50 19,700 C8
Rev. Alfred C. Graves, Pastor of
the Daptist church at Lebanon died
nt his home there last week. He was
born in 3638. He is survived by two
sons, George Graves, of Chicago,
and Alfred Graves, of Monticello.
The Cumberland Telephone Com
TOTAL $114,770 02
Capital stock paid in, in cash 50,000 00 50,000 00
Undivided profitb 2,940 75 2,940 75
Deposits hub jest to check (on which
interest is not paid' 53,005 17
Deposits subject to check (on which
We have the Oliver and
Brown Riding and Walk
ing Cultivators, ready for
this Season. Try One
interest is paid) 3,225 00
Notes and bills rediscounted 5,000 00
TOTAL $114,770 02
State of Kentuiy county of Lnicoln Set:
T, M. B. Salin, Cashier of the abo ve named bank, do solemnly swear
thnt the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
M. B. SALIN Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 22nd day of May 1012. G.
pany has extended ibs lines to Jack- B. Cooper, Clerk Lincoln County Court. ,,
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son, WhitesDurg and other remote i iurrcwmiiwu muawiV .., . . ...w . -...., -w. -.
of this bnnk hold their time, their experience and tbeir ad
vice nt the disposal of pntrons.
Their efforts are directed toward the promotion of the
financial welfare of cli cuts, for successful clients means n
You are invited to meet the officers of this bank nnd dis
cuss with them the various ways in which they can bo of
service to you.
Thi Lincoln County National Bank
THE HONOR ROLL BANK
Corner Next to Court House
you will open an account with a strong, progressive
Bank that will protect your interests. Why not com
mence that account with us today? Organized 1882
Capital $50,000; Surplus $25,000
First National Bank