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THE STAMFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. JUNE 4, 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.
Mso"Pmchecks"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. HWenmeyer L Sons,
UNDERTAKERS AND EM
ALMER8. ALSO DEAL
ER IN FURNITURE, MAT
TINQS, RUGS. THEY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK.
GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE
My new rpring 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
Your Spring Goods
, Have nice Selection of Drug
gets, Mattings, Carpets,
Lace Curtains, etc. The
Correct Styles in Millinery.
Come and see our Stock and
d, B, MT, UO&SLAND, ST
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 are pre
pared to meet your wants with a
full line of Ladies', Misses and Chil
dren's high and low shoes.
W. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky.
The Inferior Journal.
8HELT0N MI BAUFLEt-
11 A YEAtf 8TR1CT1.T IN ADVANCE
Entttti af IA rftttfitt ( JSfnftri
at lieend tUii matt nultrr.
Ttr tntmtttmttii In thli column r ol
ftdidt for efllc, inkjftl to the etlon
cf th demfttrttle primtrjt
COL. J. r. CiriNN, ef Mtrtn
J. A. BULUVAX, tt Mtdlion
Ttr CtmmtnvttUk't Attcrnry
EMMLTT I'CRYEAU, ef Bcjl
W. B. BUIICH, of Lincoln
M. B. BAC01IUAN
B. W. 01VENS
). 0. WEATHEIIFORD.
T. J. HILL
Ttr County 3 Milt
1. A. RICE
m. r. xomn
Ttr Cirtuit Cltrk
J. P. WEAKEN
J. F. H0LDAM
W M. DDNCAN
WILLIAM H. HESTER
W, A. CARBON
T. L. BECK.
B. M. OWENS
R H BRONAUGii
r. C. 8ANDID0E
J. H. BOONE
J. T. ROBERTS
3. D. EADS
JOSEril L. OOODE
The Interior Journal's pood friends
of the Danville Advocate threw n
double column block type fit in Mon
day's issue over what it colls "sensa
tional oharees" that Jndce Jere A.
Sullivan has made against Congres
man Harvey Helm, said charges be
ing that Mr. Helm told somebody
that he wouldn't be a candidate for
re-election to congress and that he
is a "failure in the lower House".
The Advocate says it knows nothing
of these charges but bases its infor
mation for the scarebeads upon the
Lancaster Record's account of the
speeches delivered by the two can
didates at Lancaster last Monday
Now, the Interior Journal regret
ted very much that a member of its
staff was unable to be present at
Lancaster and hear that ioint debate.
From information furnished it bv in
numerable Garrard democrats, whose
word is as good as their bond any
day, it has been given to understand
that Congressman narvey Helm
made Judge Sullivan look like the
veriest typo at stump speaking and
political discussion, when they met at
Lancaster. In fact, as we boarded
the train here last Tuesday en route
to the convention at Louisville, we
met a number of the Garrard demo
crats, bent on the same mission, who
erected us with the auerv whv we had
mUscd the speaking at Lancaster
the day before, and assured us that
we would have had the pleasure of
hearing and seeing our Congressman
"eat up" his distinguished opponent
from Madison, as some of them
pointedly and cogently described the
result of the forensic encounter be
tween the two candidates.
According to the Advocate, Con
gressman Helm's fault consists in
that he might have told someone at
some distant time that he might not
he a candidate again. We know noth
ing of the premises, but whnt candi
dates may not have done such a
thing T A candidate has a right to
chance his mind the Bame as anv
other man, and we believe that if he
did such a thing, that Mr. Helm had
as much a right to change his mind
about that as one of the editors of
the Advocate did to make his light
ning change from one presidential
candidate to nnothcr, almost in a
twinkline of an eve it micht be said.
It's all in the came, nnv
wav. but of course accordinc to his
opponent, nnd the newspapers which
are onnosinc Mr. Helm, onv such
change of mind he may have bad
about desiring to continue at Wash
ington and k") ud the good work he
has been doing, is perfectly heinous,
nnd should absolutely put him with
out the nale of further consideration
by the telf respecting voters of the
district. There really seems no oth
er ground for not re-electing him by
n unanimous vote.
As to the other charge that is
made against Congressman Helm:
that he has been a failure in Con-
cress: it is to laucu. vould Uharap
Clark nnd Oscar Underwood pick a
man who hnd been a failure during
his first two terms, to head the im
portant Committee on Expenditures
in tho War Department T Would they
slight such admittedly able men as
Swager Sbeiley, Owtdey Stanley, II.
Y. Thomas nnd other members of the
democratic delegation, when picking
chairmen for the important commit
tees uf the new Democratic) House,
and select a man who had been a I
CVngres, brands himelf without
sufficient knowledge of the current
happenings of the dny. to make a
snticfuctory justice of the peace, let
alone a congressman.
Fueh rhnrge are insipid. If the
ODDOiition. ban nothinc more rea
sonable oh argument nirninnt the re
nomination and re-election of Con
gressman Helm thnn thee, whv rail
off the child's play nnd make it un-nnimous.
Senator Lorimcr, in announcing
thnt he would not resign, has done
this country n real service, and if
he clings to thnt intention until the
question of his retention enn be de
cided by a vote in the Senate he will
hare pel formed a really great ser
vice. There are something over forty
Senators who will vote to keep Lor
imer in his tainted seat. If Lor
imer had resigned, thev would have
escaped a record. Now that he has
announced his intention to stick,
they will be broticht fairly to the
cratch snd forced to ,fn onnrplv
And nfter they vote for Lonmer,
thev will be Tetired just as soon as
the people can get nt them. This
will be a mighty cood thing for the
country for which Mr. Lorimer is
entitled to credit.
The New York World declares
that Woodrow Wilson is the logical
candidate for the Democratic nomi
nation for the presidency, und says
he is the only one who eon enrry the
imotnl states of New iork, Jm-w
Jersey and Connecticut.
Good Reason to be Enthusiastic
Shelton M. Sauflcv, who formerly
lived in Frankfort, and is popular
here, wns a prominent figure in the
convention, He was n member of
the Credentials Committee and one
of the Administration floor leaders.
He hn3 lost none of his enthusiasm
since going back to Stanford.
A TIGHT GAME
Won From Huslonville By Patched
Up Stanford Nine Saturday.
A picked up Stanford team de
feated the Hustonville boys in an
interesting ball game here Saturday
afternoon by a score of 8 to 7. For
the biggest part of the game it seem
ed that the West End lads hnd the
game on ice, but Stanford rallied in
the seventh, nnd won it out. Only
seven innings were plnycd, by agree
ment, us the local team hnd several
men in the game who had not play
ed for several years and they felt
thnt they could not go the full route.
The sporting editor of the 1. J.
was unable to attend this game nnd
the box score was kindly lurnished
by clever Thomas Newbern, of Hus
tonville, and is as follows:
STANFORD AB B II SB E
Waters c 4 2
S. Hill cf 4 1
McCarty lb 2 0
II. Coleman 2b 3 1
Penny p 3 0
Yager 3b 3 1
Anderson ss 3 2
Carson cf 3 0
Carpenter rf 3 0
Fields 1 1
TOTAL ..29 8 4 3
The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society
realized u ueat sum bv their lev
creum and strawberry supper held
Suturduy night ut the Court House.
The following Lancastenaus were
in Somerset lor the C. W. B. M.
comeuUuni Elder i M. Tinder aud
daughter, Mesdumes' R. E. Mcltob
erts, James B. Kumuird, Emma Uig
ginbothuiu, Emma. T. Kautfmau,
George D. Robinson and Misa Sullie
Harrison Preston and Miss Pearl
Shearer, a youthful couple of this
county living ucar Alt. Hebron, elop
ed to the city of Danville, where
they were united in wedlock's holy
The Odd FellowB held their an
nual exercises Sunday afternoon
when they met und marched to the
cemetery to decorate the graves of
their comrades. Appropriate
speeches were also made.
Oatley Burke bought a combined
hoie, of Air. Nichols, of Lexington
for i-00. He also made the purchase
of two other horses of differeut par
ties at $100 euuh.
The I. 0. 0. F. order has engaged
the services of "Little John's United
Shows" for a week's exhibition here
They held their first performance
Monday evening June 3d. A street
fair in Lancaster ik alwah much
looked forward to with eagerness.
This company comes highly recom
mended to us being spoken very
meritoriously of both in this state
and many of the cities in Tennessee.
Miss Sarah Armstrong, of Huckley
duiighter of W. T. Armstrong, of
Cincinnati and Everett Alorgan also
of JJackley, were united in marriage
at the home of the bride. The groom
is u wealthy young fanner of this
county nnd a son of Lewis AloTgun.
Sunday was Children's Day and
they had charge of the exercises at
the Christian church nnd making the
occasion a memorable one with their
appropriate songs, recitations etc.
The uniform success that hn6 at
tended the use of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera und Diarrhoea Reme
dy has made it a favorite every
where. For sale by G. L. Penny.
Announces for Circuit Clerk
The Interior Journal today an
nounces W. AL Duncan as n candi
date for the democratic nomination
for Circuit Clrrk of Lincoln county,
subject to the priinnry which will be
held on Saturday, August 3d. Air.
Duncan is nc of, the best known
young democrats of Jho county and
one who has always bene found ou
the firing line for his party and ever
ready to give of his time and menus
for its welfare. He has a great
many friends in all sections, who
will undoubtedly rally to his support.
The State Board of Equalization
concluded its work last week and
submitted its report to the Governor.
Tho totnl amount of property asses
sed tor State taxation is $840,479,
104, as against $840,45 1,020 last
year, yielding in taxes for this year
H,202,3y5, as against $4,232,209
last year. The board raised only
those counties that fell behind Inst
venrtt assessments and made no ar
C. N. O. & T. P.
Mrs. Knlaln Ackerm&i 'Judgment I A report has it that Senator W. O,
wns given in the court lxJow Tor I ur"ev WIU UB a candidate lor tue
"fnilurp" over the heads of nil these $7,600 damages for personal injuries 1 next republican nomination for coV'
The man who tries to argue that received by being ctruck by a' our at I Prtior, Bin'ce it is certain that ha can
Harvey Helm lias been a failure in AicKinney. 't b returned to the senate. ,
Barnette lb ..i
Burton 2b 4 1
Tuney 3b 3 1
Waddle ss 3 0
Myers cf 3 0
Hall cf 3 0
Riffe rf 3 0
Snndidge c 3 1
Hicks p 3 1
AB R II SB E
TOTAL.... 29 7 5 9 5
12 3 4 0 6 7 T
2 0 10 4 0 07
Three bagger AlcCiirty; two base
bits Burton, Waters; Stmck out by
Penny C: by Hicks 5; base on balls;
off Penny 4; off Hicks 4; wild
pitch Penny 4; hit by pitched ball
by Penny, Barnett. Umpires Bish
op nnd Penny; Scorer Thos Newbern.
A Crack Colored Team
The colored bu ball team of
Stanfoid is making a great record
this season, having lost but two out
of ten games played. It is called
the Stanford Y. M. S. ball club and
issues n challenge to nil comers. The
members of the team and their po
sitions nrc W. B. Chennult, left field
John Farmer, center field, F. Bright
ricbt field, J. Bnughman first base,
T. Loveless second base, S. Cook,'
third base, J. W. Rowe, G. T. Reed,
pitcher, L. Coffey catcher, K. B.
Stoner, catcher and Granville Price
shortstop and manager. Quite a
number of white fans have been go
ing out to see these boys play nnd
say the have several stars in the
BIq Lincoln Judoment Holds.
Judgment of the Lincoln i Circuit
Court was affirmed by the court of
Appeals recently in the case of 'tbc
Report of the condition of the
WAYNESBUBQ DEPOSIT IANK.
doing business in th town of Way
ncsburg, county of Lincoln, State of
Krntuckv at Hie elose of bUoinefS
on the 18th dny f Alay 1012.
Loans and discounts with
one or more endorsers or
sureties , $19,210 30
Renl estate Afortgages . . 23,048 41
Time Loans on Collateral 2,010 25
Other stocks, bonds etc.. 710 90
Due from Nnt. banks . . . 0,577 15
United States and National
bank notes 3,207 00
Specie 031 39
Checks and other cash
items 40 35
Overdrafts (secured) .. 409 82
Current expenses paid .. 520 18
Real Estate bank house 2,050 00
Other real estate 290 00
Fur. nnd fix 1.C00 00
TOTAL $02,188 00
Ckpitn! stock paid in,
in cash $15,000 00
Surplus funds 3,200 00
Undivided profits 1,302 81
Deposits subject to check
(On which interest is
not paid) 37.820 75
Deposits subject to check
(on which interest is
paid) 4,850 34
TOTAL $02,188 90
State of Kentucky, county of Lin
J, F. F. Alobley. Cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly
vifar tliat the above otuteuicul is
true to the best of my knowledge and
belief. F. F. MOBLEY, Cush'r.
Subscribed and sMuru to belure
me this JOth day of Muy, 1912. My
commission expires 1914 U. B. Coop
er, Clerk by W. '. Camden, D. C.
Correct Attest : T. O. Uooch, It.
Out is, L. G. Goocb.
It is true that we must not judge
a man by the Clothes lie
lyears, and yet it' is equally true
that a man's personal ap
pearanee makes a great im
pression for or against Him.
We cannot vouch for your con
duct or character, but if you come
to usfor the clothes you wear
we will vouch for your PERSONAL
While we have plenty of odds
and ends in good suits from which
we make our low price clothes, and
are glad to sell them at a low price,
still our main business in done on
suits for men at $15.00 to $35.00.
Xhey are, of course, the very cream
of the Tailor shops-material good,
style and workmanship the very
best. We are here all the time and
want you to see them.
H. J. McROBERTS
We have the Oliver and
Brown Riding and Walk
ing Cultivators, ready for
this Season. Try One
Feel at Home
It is tho pleasant duty of every officer and employe of this
bank to mako people feel ot bomo when they come here to
transact business, ,
To that end every convenience is provided; officers nnd
employes are so situated that patrons may receive their at
tention without unnecessary delay.
With unlimited facilities "for handling a large volume of
business, and at the same tune giving patronB the best of at
tention, wo invite the nccouuts of those who require bank
Tht Lincoln County National Bank
Capital $100,000.00. Surplus $100,100.00, Resources $500,000
Corner Next to Court House
you will open an account with a Btrong, progressive
Bank that will protect your interests. Why not com
mence that account with us today? Organized 1882
Capital $50,000; Surplus $25,00
First National Bank
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