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The Interior Journal.
VOL. XSSIX NO. 45
STANFOIID LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. 'JTESDAY, JINC -1, 1012
TUESDAYS AND FBIDAYS.
Vote! Vote! Have You Voted for Your favorite? If not, Hand Her Your Subscription at Once, for She is Trying Hard to Win and Needs
Every Vote She Can Possibly Get. Votes allowed on Old or New Subscriptions, So Do Not Let Her Lose For the Lack of Your Subscription !
EVERYBODY HAS SHEARS,
EVERYBODY IS CLIPPING,
EVERYBODY IS VOTING
Thousands of Votes are belnq polled
Every Dav and Interest In the I. J.
Big Popularity Contest Is Increas
ed Hourly. Scores of Younq La
dles are Bealnnlnq to Appreciate
That This Really Is their Oppor
tunity to Win a Handsome Prize
With a Very Little- Effort.
The Diamonds and Watches May be
Seen at W. H. Mueller's Store, the
Beautiful $350 Piano at the I. J.
Office and the Extra Prizes at
Penny's Druq Store. Contestants
and their Friends are Invited to
Call and inspect them.
Everybody U out with (be big
shears (bene days and the votes (bat
arc clipped each issue from the lu
tenor Journul for the various ladies
in the big contest run away up nto
May I have the vote from your
Will you pay your subscription
and gtvo the votes to met
Would you like to take the Inter
These are a few of the questions
which arc being asked hundreds of
limes each dav in almost even Dart
of the territory of the contest.
Lincoln county people have enter
ed into the spirit of the contest from
the very beginning and now the in
Iciest has sprcud over tho whole ter
ritory to a marked degree. From nil
sections reports arc being received
dally of the ever increasing interest.
And by no menus is the interest
limited tr younj jtcople. All over
the territory men and women nre
boosting for their favorites with xcal
and determination. The friends of
the young Indies enrolled have opin
s ions that their candidates will be
successful and will not admit de
feat until the final results have been
determined and the nnnoiiuc-ment
of the winners made by judges. So
arreut H the interest that an energet
ic new candidate could Mart and
with n little active work and
the assistance of friends who are
watching tho race could null down a
""' Double Vote Offer Extended
The big double vote offer which
was to have closed Inst Saturday
night has been extended until June
10th. The special offer whereby wo
give four extra prues to the young
l.idies who turn in the most money
on subscriptions Mm eon the dates
o May 25th and June 10th will close
on the hame day ns the double vote
offer. These extra prizes, consist
nig of two beautiful 'JO piece Silvei
Sets and two handsome Fountain
jens nie on display ut Penny's Drug
Go In To Win.
You nre in this contest for the
purpose of winning, do in with u tie
(emanation to win. Do not be one
of those kind who no sooner l.ein
a piete of work than they nre seized
villi a tic-ire to do something eNc,
mid so nisli through with their
vo.k in hand with bienk-neiik speed
flighting it for tho work in mind.
Lenin to Mick. He n preseercr, n
plodder, a idugger. Don't be n vic
tim of, the "by nntl by" and time
enough motto, AIiih for tho peopo
who are just "coin;: to do something''
If yon liuc nn iimbition or pur-'
nose in mind, net on t nt once.
There is not an hour to waste. Do l
something (ownvd tho beginning
ltouse yourself from thn letargv
of dreams and make n stmt. It is
vonderlul the power Hint comes to
us ntter we make a start. Willi ev
ery postponement of Hint beginning
iusl so much power is dissipated.
The road to success lies along the
pathway of decision and up the hi'l
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(HE INTERIOR JOURNAL
$500 POPULARITY CONTEST
Good For 10 Votes
FrjR District No
This Coupon, when neatly cut out nud brought or mailed
to Ihe Contest Department of the Interior Journn, will count
for the person whose name is written thereon.
These ballots must be fastened together in packages, en
closed in envelopes, before being deposited.
of endeavor and across the bridge
of patience. v
The road to defeat lies through
the "Valley of I'rettv Soon" and
along (he winding paths of "Wuit
Whatever you intend to do by and
by, DO IT .NOW.
Make every dav count for some
thing, not merely as an added day
but as nn added way wi(h something
"Count that day lost
Whose low descending sun
Views irom thy hand
No worthy notion done."
HOW THEY STAND TODAY
DISTRICT NO. I.
Miss Lle Cooper
Miss Leiia l'almer
Miss Bertie McL'lurc ,
Miss Ida II. I'ettu
Miss Josephine llrudv
Miss Roberta Iloltzclaw ...
Miss Mnrv K. McKinnev . . .
Miss Elizabeth Higgins ....
Miss Auua Warren
Miss Elsie E. Coleman
Miss lsabelle Itevnolds ....
Miss Mnrv K. Dndderur . . ,
Miss Mnrv .Moon- Huncv .
Miss Jviitu Anderson
Miss 'Josephine Morns . . . .
Miss Hone Jennings
Miss Dollie Wilcher ,
Miss Gertrude Wilkinson .
Miss Ehzubcth htugg
Miss Marguret E. Iloltzclaw
Miss Florence Dawes
Miss Jennie Sampson . ...
.Miss Odin Muv Iiw rente ,
Miss Kathenne Eads ,
Miss Jennie Peoples
Miss Jessie Lee Phillip-, ...
Miss Urn Fluvd R-l
Miss Elizubeth Carter .....
Mns Eh-ie Singleton
Miss Bculiib llazlett
Miss Murv llurtou ,
Miss Zerru Eubank
Miss Kn Hortou
Miss Kiimiii Meier
Miss Marv EtheJ Anderson ,
Miss Hessie Mcloruiuck ...
Miss Lelia '1. Jones
Mis Mattie iiishou
Miss Minelle Pruitt
Miss Lucv Gooch
Miss Jennie Rankin
Miss Mnv North
Miss Hessie Kilfn
Miss Rose MeCormack .....
Miss Emma Iloltzclaw ....
Miss Nell Iliiek
Miss Lulu 1'okt.r
Miss Ilettie White
Miss Lh'Mbcth Fox .......
Miss Luetic Crow ........
Mis .Marv Itiis-cll
Miss Annie Mlddleton
DISTRICT NO. 1
One of the most iictne candidates
in this gieat lace is Miss Annie
Mlddleton, the popular telephone
H'intin nt Crab Ou'haid, Ky. In
her position at the exchange, she has
iiiiule u lurge number of acipiaiiitui'
ces nnd the imiiiy courtesies which
she has extended to the patrons of
this foiepiinv have d"no much to
st tenet lieu her popularity.
Voted on or
Mrs. L. L. Sanders
.Miss Annie Mlddleton
Miss Mavmp Ilolnmn
Miss, Clara Collier
Miss Martha Proughtou . . .
Miss Addie Scott
Miss Marv D. Heck .......
Miss Until Tanner
Miss Madic Htitler
Miss Until Cocking
Miss Eft'e Drve . ,
DISTRICT NO. 2
I .avium MeUraw
Sara Richardson . . . ,
Sallie Smith H-2
Elsie Morris R-2 .....
Jennie Law rence
Lorcttn Frith ,
Elizabeth Thame ....
Jewel Francisco ,
Manraret Lee Orubbs ,
Overstreet . .
Mvrtle Hrown ,
M vi tie Connnev
Neoro Killed at Somerset.
Denton Hines shot Jim Thomus, n
negro, five times late Sunday after
noon, nt Somerset, death resulting
in an hour. The negro was porter
at the Newtonian Hotel bar and wus
holding n horse for n man, who had
gone into the saloon, when Hines
walked up and fired the shots, it in
nlleged. Hines has made no state
ment as to the cause of the shoot
ing. The negro, in n dying state
ment, sniil he never had n word with
Hines in his life and knew no reason
why he ho( him. Hines is a son of
J. Flank limes, foiiner jailer of Pu
laski county nnd brother-in-law of
Chief of Ptdiee II. (I. Wnddle.
New Crab Orchard Postmaster
The president has appointed II. K.
Lognn postmaster at Crab Orchard,
to fill the vacancy caused by the ie
situation of T. W. Xnpier, who has
scried long and honorably in the
nlace. Mr. Logan is n leading re
publican of the East End, nnd was a
prominent Taft man in the recent
contest in this county. Ili friend
sny he is in every way qualified for
Mrs. Lee Slum, of Tnxwi-ll. Trim.,
is visiting her friend. Mrs. J. ( Jlc
Whoiter nnd. is erv much delighted
with Kentucky. She will return to
hr home :fter she drinks the ( rab
Oicl.i'rd water u while.
Wt learn that Mis. Kate Chad
Hick is having nn especially food
me with her friends in Detioit.
ttikinsr b.uit rides and fishing in the
1 tke. She will finish uu her trio bv
koi ig over in the Dominion of Can
The funnel, in this section liuve
id intcd unite u lot of tobacco this
ek. Wo hud a snlendid season
tor idautliu'. I believe the iiciculc
im I be fitllv us much us it wus m
1910. This last rain has been ol
cieat MihaiilML'e to the coin.
1'iot. T. H. Cullon went to Aliens
vi'le this week on business.
Mrs. Hunt of Hiodhead. has mov
ed to Cr.ib Orcbiud. She adds an
other uood fainilv to our coiuuiiiuitv.
1 lit is html to find in this ncieh
hoi hood nt 00 cents ner hundred:
05 cents for especially Nj. 1 timothv.
"Jags" still keen coining to the
Keelev Institute. It seems like a
Ktelev wo'ild have to unit business
it it is ut other places like :t is in
Crab Orcluud. You can't get it heie
to doctor our eves with, much less
to ill ink.
Five Kentucky Wcsleyttu students
wcie expelled fiotuthnt institution
nt Winchester last week Thursday,
for accompanying a ball team to
Millersburg and there playing m the
unciial commencement game, the col
lege having placed under bun nil ath
letics. Those expelled nre Tannic
Pike, O. P. Henry, Marvin Eagle nud
V. L. IJrown.
Kentucky's tribute to William
Goebel, who was murdered twelve
years ago, will be a statue to be uu-
veiled during Uctober or this year.
The Capitol Commission has decided
to place the statue at the. northern
approach to (he Capitol at Frankfort.
Celebration At Mt. Olive Proves a
One of the most delightful gath
erings ever held on a similar oc
tasion was the Decoration Day celc
Irntion last week nt Mt. Olive, just
over tho Casey county line. There
were about 2,000 people piesent, nnj
plenty to cat for everyone. It was
one of the most sociable, religious
nnd delightful home-coming occas
ions ever witnessed nnd greatly en
joyed by everyone.
The McKiuney brass band furnish
ed music for the occasion which was
greatly appreciated by all.
The speakers of the day were, Mr.
Ferryman, of Middlebuig, Mr. MuOle
of Hethel Ridge, Mr. Jess Lay,
the Cnscy county superintendent,
Mr. Henry Thomas, of Liberty, nnd
Mr. Joe Montgomery, of Liberty.
The nddresses were mostly spoken
in 'memory of the soldiers who nre
demi and in recognition of the worth
of those still with us.
Contest closes June 29th.
Our Boys, and How to Help Them.
This is tnc title of un interesting
lecture to be given nt the Presbyter
ian church on Saturday evening June
8th, illustrated by means of the
steropticon. The lecture is to be
'given by Mr. Page State Secretary
ot Me l. i. u. a. Everybody wel
come. There will be u meeting for
all pastors, teachers and others in
terested in boys work nt 3 P. M. in
the Presbyterian church.
Double vote offer closes June 10th
Our correspondent went to sleep
with the groundhog last fall aud he
hasn't awakened yet. The drouth was
ended Tuesday night, when we had a
line rain. People nre busy setting
Mr. und Mrs. Tom Howard, of
Lancaster visited her parent?,, Mr.
and Mrs. S. 1). Can-enter. Miss
Ruby Cress is visiting Miss Woodie
May, aud Iva Thompson. Mrs. Will
Nuvlor visited Mrs. W. C. Blankeii
slup. Mr. and Mrs. Pruitt Thomp
son visited her parents, Sunduy.
Mr. aud Mrs. Mays Iloltzclaw vis
ited Mr. aud Mrs. W. M. Rankey
Sunduy. F. F. Hlunkenship visited
las brother, W. C. Blunkeiiship. Mrs.
Kate Wade, of Corbiu, visited Mr.
and Mis. George Nuylor and others
here. Mi,s Kuby Parrish Msited
Miss Woodie May Thompson.
Miss Mury Victory Audei&on, of
J .IIIUCIUII, Ul
ot. Cloud, Ha., i- v
lsiting tier giatid
parents, Mi. und Mis. W. II. Cuui-
uiitis. Miss Kutie Pajne visited Miss
JCuI.i Nnvloi Sunduy. A ciowd ot
young people went liog hunting at
the lag pond Saturday night, and
hud the gojd luck to kill six. Rev.
J. E. Roberts filled his appointment
nt the Methodist church Sunday. A
huge ciod was puent. His luutiv
f i lends will be soii-y to hear that
Mr. J. J. Thompson i-, not improving
lunch. Mis. ('tune Leavcl is veiy
sick at this writing. Mr. John II.
Anderson and children who have hud
the fever me about well. Mrs. John
tress was called to Hiodhead to see
her mother, who is veiv sick. 11. I.
Hlankeiiship hns hud eight -.warms
of bees so lot. J. II. nud P. H. nud
F. L. Thompson me going to have
their houses painted. J. II. Thomp
son sold "( hogs to Vic Tit v lot nt 7
tents. Listen lor the wedding bells
Thev nie sine to nng. Guess Who.
Miss Ida Pettus.
DISTRICT NO. 1
An nttractive voting Itidv. residing
in Stanford, who is making a most
nttive race iu this great race for
fame und fortune. She has n ver
pleasing disposition and is well liked
bv her many friends who are striv
vf hard to place ber among the win-ners.
Given at Lancaster In Honor of
Beautiful Bride of This Week
Lancaster, June 3.
The following ante-nuptial enter
tainments have been given compli
mentary to the bride-elect, MJ33
Margaret Vene Mount, whose mar
riage (o Mr. Thomas Mobley Wilson
will be solemnized on Wednesday nf
ternoon nt the home of the bride's
parents on Lexington nvenue, Elder
F. M. Tinder performing the cere
mony: Mrs. Robert L. Elkin enter
tained at luncheon bridge nt her
suburban home in honor of the pop
ular June bride.
The color scheme was pink. The
colonial home with its old mahjgnay
furniture made a beautiful back
ground for flowers from an old
fashion garden, pink peonies and
pink roses which were used in pro
fusion. The table was beautiful with
a large basket filled with roses nnd
pink tulle bow tied on the mantle
and placed for an nrtistic center
piece; small pink candles were at
eafh plnee and each guest gave a
toast, or made a wish for the fair
bride as they, in turn, blew out n
cnndle. The ices were in the form
of pink roses and baskets with pink
roes in them. The cakes and mints
were also decorated with pink roses.
Artistically designed place-cards
made appropriate souvenirs. The
luncheon was pronounced by the
sruests to have been one of the most
peifectly apDoiuted social functions
of the season.
A garden party was given by Miss
Katherine Walter at her home in Hill
Court in honor of the prospective
bride; the beautiful lawn and spaci
ous eranda made a fit scenic dis
play of a convivial feminine assem
blage. Misses Martha and Helen Gill will
be hostesses of a handsome recep
tion on June 4th in honor of the fair
June bride, Miss Margaret Vene
Mrs. J. II. Mount entertained nt an
elaborate dinner in honor of Mrs.
John M. Mount's guest Mrs. Nicho
las Itodnck, of Jacksonville, Fla.
RACE FOR MAGISTRATE
East End Warminq Up Between
Two Prominent Democrats
Considerable interest has devel
oped in the East End over the ap
pointment of u successor to the late
Squire K. D. Noukes, as magistrate
tin tin, kw mill flwtrtf.t .it' tl,.. mtiMilv
I ..- .,w..i U.--...1.1 v. t(C WUlt.J,
i which win ue maue uy tue Uovcruor
and it is expected that he will uame a
democrat. As the district is normal
ly republican, the fuithtul demciats
there aie much inteiested in who will
get this honor, us it is hoped that
a matt will be picked who can make
a winning lace lor the lull term this
tall, as it is expected that the man
named will makothe lace then.
So fur theio aie hut two active
candidates in the livid. Waid Mooie
nud Col. J. P. Chandler, both well
Known democrats of that section. It
is uudcistood that both have scut
in luuueiously signed petitions to Hi,
Governor, und that the friends, of
both aie working with might and
i.iaiu for them.
The popularity contest in the In
terior J .mi mil is getting to he quite u
win ill contest iu our town und its u
puzzle to tell from here which is go
ing to make the best lace iu this
town, but we me tor the lucky one
whoever she he.
Mis. H. C. Nunnclley nnd childieu
ot Wuuht'stei huve been visiting
(Mis. Niiuiiellej's p.ucnts, Mr. timl
.Mrs. K. L. 'laiiiicr.
Mrs. William Adams, of Someisct,
'visiter her mothei, Mis. S. A. Da.v-
Mi". A. D. Root, of Roosesevelt,
Oklahoma., is visitm; his biothet-
lii-luu, J. S. Muiphy and mingling
, with his many friends.
John Howe, of Somerset, wus in
town leientlv on business.
I The ice cieam factory is putting
out some mighty nice oideis und
incir cream nud other goods tire giv
ing the very best ot satisfaction.
Lincoln County's trip to Mac:
moth Cave will bo June 10th. The
louud trip railioad fine fiom nil
stntiotis iu tho county, 5.05. All
expenses ut Cnve hotel !0.50 for
three nuy tup.
The latter amount includes yi)iir!3:35 Teitipeiance Instruction Rev.
boa nl ut Cnve Hotel, niul tli ti.enr.nl
routes through the Cuve. making the
expenses foru grand three days 6ut-
iug to the great subterranean won-
iint- for si' .iB. ti... i.n(i i,u i... I
reserved fortius particular date.
TickeU on sale from nil stations. A
specially conducted trip. Through
coaches on regular morning train.
Write or phone L. & N. agent. 45-4t.
Extr.i prize offer closes June lOlh.
Governor Pardons Humbcr
A dispatch from Frankfort says
that Gov. McCreary granted n par
don" to C. II. Humbcr, of Garrard
county, sentenced to one to five
.ears for malicious shooting. A
large number of petitions for the
pardon were sent to the Governor,
many of the signers being Lincoln
INDIAN BALL PLAYERS
Here Wednesday for Game Against
A big crowd is expected in town
Wednesday afternoon when the fa
mous Cherokee Indian hall team
comes here for n game against the
Stanford nine. These Indians have
practiced the national game on their
reservation until they arc said to
he fine players and have won a big
majority of their games. Their
manager positively guarantees
that the warriors will not become
unruly during the progress of the
game and attempt to take a few
scalps as trophies of the encounter.
Several of the Stanford players
lire said to have gotten "cold lect"
on this account but it is believed that
enough brave players can be found
to put a team in against the Indians
If it becomes absolutely necessary
Sheriff McCarty will swear in n
number of deputy sheriffs to keep
the red men in check, in the event
they attempt to use tomahawks on
the umpire or players.
Prof. Grubbs Re-elected.
Prof. E. L. Grubbs, head of the
Liberty graded and high school, was
here Saturday on an educational
mission and mingling with his many
friends. Prof, nnd Mrs. Grubbs and
Miss Martha A. Tilford, will have
charge of the Liberty graded and
hieh school, for the years 1912 and
1913. They prepared tea graduates
for common school diplomas and
twelve teachers for certificates for
the May examination. They nre do
ing n great work for the canital of
Casey, and the school there is to be
congiatulated upon securing them
for another term.
Restored to Citizenship
Sam Jennings of Garrard county,
was restored to citizenship last week
by Governor McCreary, Jennings
was convicted of murder nnd given
n five years penitentiary sentence.
He was paroled in 1903.
Col. Walton Pleased.
Col. W. P. Walton, secretary of
the Kentucky binnch of the National
Citizens' League, an organization
formed for the promotion of n sound
money bunking system, is in high
leather over the incorporation in the
democratic platform of the fol
lowing plank. "In tho interest of the
lowing plank. "In the interest of the
fanner, the wage-earner nnd the
m-iuess man, we fuvor nn honest
revision of our National banking
and currency laws, which will create
n safe and elnstic system, preserve
the independent banks, prevent any
dominant political or financial con
trol, and render recurring panic,
with their nttendant loss and suf
fering impossible.' Louisville Her
PROGRAM LINCOLN COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION
To Meet In Christian Church, Stanford, June 6. 7, 1912 Evenina Ser
vice, June u.
7:30 Music by combined choir directed by Mrs. J. G. CaiDenter.
Devotional Mr. P. M. McRnberis.
Opening address by the President.
Address "Is The Hoy Worth Saving" Rev. George A. Joplin. State
Muic. Announcements. Benediction.
Friday Morninq, June 7th.
Subject "Our Standards."
Devotionuls Mr. J. C. McClnrv.
Enrollment of Delegates, reports nnd appointing committees.
10:00 The Cradle Roll nnd Homo Department, Rev. J. B. Jones
lOjl. The Organized Adult Bible Class. Rev. Bruc.
10:30 How I Organized mv Class Mis. Eli?a Blain.
10:45 Pvepuiing for. niP1 Touching tin Adult Class J. S. Hooker.
11:05 Teacher Training Mrs. J. J. Dickev.
11:0 Graded Institution W. M. Bright. Jr.
11:35 Mlssionuiv Distinction Rev. C. R. Blain.
11:50 Questions on Topics Discussed.
Decision Dav Rev. D. M. Walker.
1:50 (ul The. Teachers' Rpsuonsibilttv for souls. Mr. W' Mont-
goinciy.-s-(b) The Girl in her Teetis. Mis. G. E. Tate. (c) Win-'
iiing the Boy. Mrs. Ivn Tucker.
to:15 - Oiviiig Rev. Willis
Song und offering tiiken
13.50 Rowland mid its woik Mrs. Henrv Phillips.
'4:0"i The Bible Scho.il Work in t bo
4 :J0-Onestions. Reports of Committees.
ns3J?"I:Xru1s,"! . , "
nX i w i r rffVieucies Dr Euwn Pi.m. '
SCS "' AoiommnS f
Kverv school in Lincoln eountv is asked to send one delegate for
every fifty omuls enrolled. All Superintendents, officers and teachers
are invited, and the members of the Stanford churches are cordially
. wHlcomed. Dinner served to the Delegats.
JUDGE HARDIN KEEPS
THINGS MOVING IN COURT
Lewis Humohrev Flnpri $75 For II
Ifoal Votino Other Work of
the Present Session.
Judce Charles A. Hardin has been
pushing work in court this week nnd
bones to have the docket well clear
ed ud bv the end of this term of
A iurv in court Tuesday fined
Lewis Humnhrev. of the Jumbo sec
tion $75 for illegal voting in the re
cent locnl ontion election. lie went
to inil in default of navment.
The iurv which tried William Tins
lev for cutting old man Oenree Estes
was unable to agree.
Green Hansford, a well known lo
cnl negro, cnught a fine of 60 and
ten davs in inil. in two enses charg
ing illegal whisky selling in Stan
ford. This will h"ld Greenie most of
the summer as a cuest of the Resort
Shell Winchester, one of the
Wuvne coun(v men who stole a
wn(ch from II. C. Walters while the
latter was giving them food and
lodging was found guiltv nnd sent
to the penitentiary fro one to five
venrs. .The cases against the others
An indictment against General
Jnrman. one of tho best known ne
groes of the Tumersville section, on
a statutory charge, was dismissed.
The case against Bill Lewis, a ne
gro, charging illegal whisky selling,
was dismissed bv the iurv.
Joe Hrouchton wns acouitted of a
charge of cutting down a corner tree,
mnrking n bnundnrv.
The eases against Dud and Ernest
Wallin. growing out of the tragedy
at Crab Orchard Christmas week,
were dismissed, ns was expected, fol
lowing the ncmtittal of Jake Wallin
at the last term of court.
Jeff Brvant. a local negro, was
given 30 davs in inil for drawing a
nistol on a colored woman.
The enses against Newman Patton
for cutting timber nnd Woods Car
penter, for giving Honor to a minor,
General News Notes
Clnrk swent Rhode Islnnd.
Both Roosevelt and Taft claim
they have enough votes to nominate
Whichever finally wins a bolt is ex
The Republican Nntional Commit
tee refused Roosevelt's request for
250 tickets to the Chicago Conven
tion on the 18th.
At St. Augustine, Fla., three ne
groes were hanged from the same
scaffold each negro being convicted
of murder. .
Of all the Kentucky candidates.
for admission to West Point only
thrco passed tho entrance examin
ations. One was from the second,
nnd from the Third nnd one from the
Roosevelt got all of the New Jer
sey republican delegates nnd Wood
row Wilson all but 4 out of 28 on
the democratic side in the primaries
The International Sunday School
Convention for Lincoln County will
be held in Stanford June 0th and
7th. All churches of every denomi
nation nre urged to select delegates
All nre cordially invited to attend.
J. J. Dickev.
Mountains MUs Liccie Beazley-'.
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