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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, JUNE il. 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.
The Interior Journal
811ELTON M. SAUFLEY-
II A TEAK STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
tnttrti t it fttlclUft l JSttnltrd ei
i tttuni tlan mad nalttr.
Lost. A blue Bere coat at or For Sale at Cost Everything in
near Moroland, on Danville pike, on onr greenhouse, to enable us to make
the 7th of this month. Anyone a chance. This is a preat oppor
finding same will be vcrv much tnnity to secure flowers and plants
thanked by addressing me at More- at prices never heard of before. Ed
land. Miss Anna S. Reynolds. 47-lp J Hubbard. 4G4p.
.JRm&I NX if ABl
in a good bank means more
than mere storing of money.
Tht iBBonntrtntiiU In thlt column r of
t.ndldttei for cttlff, intt to lb action
of the democratic jirini.ryi
COL. J. P. C1IINN, of JferMT
J. A. HULUVAN, of M.dlten
HARVEY 11KLM, of Lincoln
Tor C.mm. ntrmllVt Allerni
rilHETT rURYEAR, of Itojlo
W. 8. BUKCH, of Lincoln
M. B. DAUOHMAN
D. VT. 01VEN8
J. 0. WEATHERFORD.
T. J. 1I1LL
for County Jiuffi
1 A K10E
M. F. NORTH
For Cirtvlt Cttth
J. I). WEAKEN
J. F. HOLPAM
Vf. it. DUNCAN
WILLIAM II. 1IEUTER
W. A. CARSON
T. L. BECK.
8. 11. OWENS
R II. DRONAUOii
T. 0. PANDIDOE
J. II. BOONE
W. T. OARNER
J. T. ROBERTS
3. D. EADS
JOSEFH L. OOODE
tfjl "When yon have shown
jl your banker that you
can handle your business
and yourself satisfactorily
it also means that your
credit is good for financial
aid in your enterprise. It
means, too, that with your
credit R6od at your bank,
the consequent reputation
brings you in more trade,
better business bargains
and increased social and
Always stand well at
your bank, keep your
engagements and show your
desire to be considered a
man who can be trusted.
ATe are all pulling togeth
er for the common good,
and you may rest assured
that we will help you,
through thick and thin, if
you show you are on the
Accounts of companies and individuals solicited. Every
facility given consistent with conservative banking.
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
W. L McCARTY, Pas. J. D. EADS, V-Pres.
. L. PENNY, V. Pres. J. S. BICE, V. Pres.
. M. I. SALIN, Cashier. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, A-Cash'r
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.
The Damille Advocate in retract
ing some of its "sensational charges"
concerning Congressman Helm
says it does not want to state any
thing untrue or unfair, wiich of
course means that it has stated
what is not true and what is unfaiT,
nevertheless Mr Sullivan is having
these untrue and unfair statements
printed in the papers of the district
nt bis expense. The Advocate has
thrown a fit or two concerning some
alleged agreement on the part of
Mr. Helm not to enter the present
race for Congress, stating that it
would produce such a pledge signed
by Mr. Helm, in the presence of wit
nesses, which we said was not true
ond cnlled on the Advocate to pro
duce, which it could not do.
In a nut shell Mr. Sullivan's fran
tic efforts to remove Mr. Helm from
the race is convincing evidence that
he canot win with the Congressman
in it. The gentleman from Madison
wanted to make the race two years
ago, but after going over the dis
trict found that the Tall Sycamore
loomed up in every precinct so
strong and so formidable' that the
barrier could not be broken down.
Did he then cry out that Helm had
promised not to run again T Verily
he did not, but if Mr. Helm made
such a promise then was the time to
have enforced it. And the same is
true of the present race, as well
as of all other races which Mr. Helm
has made. It seems that the oppo
sition to Lincoln county's son will
have to trump up another or nt
any rate a more leasonable charge,
for this is puerile.
these on hta farm north of Lan
caster. 0. A. Howling, of the Hrynntsvillc
section bought 33 head of 400
pound cattle from various parties At
Iticlimond court day which cost hint
.fl7 per head.
J. V. Gregory is out with 10 strip
per, harvesting blue grass seed
both in Qarrard and Iloylc counties.
A crop of this seed that he has
been hauling for years is n 1,400
nere tract belonging to the Gentry
Uro vf noyle. Thi is the finest
one boundnry crop in the state and
nlways commands a top notch price
in the market.
Mr. Silas V. Moss, who for two
years or more has run a successful
dairy at this place has sold out and
will move with his family to Uieh
mondj Mr. Moss has bought an inter
est in the hay, grain and feed busi
ness of It. L. Arnold, of the Madison
ronntv capital and will nt once enter
into the new partnership.
The Maple dairy including 10 Jer
sey cows and 7 heifers were height
by Mr. A. H. Hnstin, of this city,
for $700 and the dairy establish
ment will be run by Mr. Henley V.
Hnstin. New fixtures in the way
of sterilized bottles and other neces
saiy things have been ordered by
young Mr. Uatin from Chicago
who expects to reopen the dairy in
about a fortnicht.
With strnwberries a plenty and
garden sast galore everyone is hap
py around here. Roasting ears and
new potatoes will be ripe in n few
A jolly automobile party from the
Buckeye state drove down to Crab
Orchard this week. There were
sixteen in all. They report the
roads in excellent condition nnd the
scenery unsurpassed. They stop
ped at the Springs Hotel while here.
Mr. Snra Bailey and a party of
friends from Mercer county motor
ed out to the Springs Hotel this
week. They report a fine trip over
Mr. and Mrs. Glnss, of Kicholas-
yille, motored over yesterdny to en
joy a short stay at the Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Thomas nnd
son Scott, of Xorth Carolina, have
been at the Springs for the past
three week. They were here last
year for a long stay.
' Mrs. M. C. Wells, of Richmond,
arrived at the Springs to spend the
summer. She says this is the best
place in the world.
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. D. Shryoth .of
Mnrettn, Ohio, together with Mr.
and Mrs. D. Robinovertz nnd son,
Abe, came down to spend a couple
of weks nt the Springs.
The new concrete work around the
Springs Hotel, also the new swim
ming pool will be n big improvement.
Electric lights nnd the ice plant too
are about rendy.
Improvement at Deoet
The roadway behind Stanford's
new depot has been opened up nnd
workmen are now engaged in pre
paring for the concrete paving which
it to be laid under the train .sheds
and along the full length of the tie
pot. The passway up Mill street ex
tended, to the freight depot is to be
cut off, and traffic to the freight
depot will have to be nround tho new
roadway behind the pisscnger stn
tion and around up Depot street
The train shed is nlso to bo exten
ded westward along the tracks for
thirty or forty feet farther so as
to afford protection for pnsscngcrs
alighting from the chair or Pullman
enrs in bad weather.
Compulsory Attendance Law
Any ' parent, guardian or other
peibon failing to comply with tho
provisions of this act shall forfeit
to the uso of the school within the
district in which such child lives n
sun: not ! thnn five dollars ($5)
noi more thnn twenty dollars ($20)
for the first offense nor less than
ten dollars nor more than fifty dol
lars for the second and every tub
(equcnt offence nnd coit of suit.
W.M. LANDGHAF, Sec. Lin
coln County Board of Education.
The Danville Advocate utter ft
long wnil against the office holders
of Lincoln county, present nnd pros
pective, and asks in conclusion if
it is not about time for Boyle to
have something. Well, if Boyle had
any good material likeLincoln
for instance it might be possible
to cut off a small piece of pie and
hand it to her. But as the matter
now stands we see no chance for
our friends aeross the line.
The republican Nntional Commit
tee is working the old Taft steam
roller to a fare-you-well at Chicago
this week. All of the contests so
far have been decided in favor of
the president. Roosevelt's friends
have sent .for him to come to Chica
Rev. George A. Joplin, State Sec
retary, of the Sunday school organ
ization conducted the Garrard coun
ty Sunday school convention at the
Baptist church Saturday holding an
all day session.
W. S. Beazley until recently a
wealthy farmer of Garard, sold
to Jonas Weil 140-1.C00 pound cat
tle for July delivery at 8 1-4 cents
per pound. This successful farmer
nlso sold other cnttln nt unVrs rnntr-
W from 7 1-2 cents to 8 cents per
. The contesting candidates for tho
handsome piano in It. S. Brown's
dry goods store are doing some ao
tive earnest work. At this early
date it is quite hard to tell who will
bo the winner.
ecral converts were baptized
Sunday afternoon nt Conn's pond,
having made the good confession nt
tho meeting conducted last week by
Elder V. M. .Tinder nt tho New Union
church nt Hyattsvillc.
C. A. Arnold, of Garrard, shipped
a car-load of first-class porkers to
Cincinnati Saturday; thero were 100
head in the consignment tliut aver
aged 200 pounds in weight; Mr. Ar
nold raised the greater number of
A TEXAS WONDER.
FOR STANFORD PEOPLE
Stanford Citizens' Exoeriences
Furnish Tonic (or Stanford Discus
The following experience occur
red in Stanford. A Stanford citizen
Similar experiences arc occurring
Stanford people nrc beinc reliev
ed. Getting rid of distressing kidney
Try DonnV Kidney Tills the test
ed Quaker remedy.
Stanford people testify. Stanford
The evidence is home cvidenc
the proof convencing.
Stanford testimony is gratefully
Stanford sufferers should heed it.
W. II. Mershon, Lancaster I'ike,
Stanford, Ky., snj-6; I was troubled
some time ago with an acute nttack
of kidney complaint. My back ach
ed constantly and I bnd considerable
pnins through mv loins. I felt lan
guid nt times and tired easily. I
took a box of Doan's Kidney Pills
nnd thev fixed me np all richt, the
second box practically cured me of
all the trouble."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the Unit
Remember the name Doan's
nnd take no other.
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, removing grav
el, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregu
larities of the kidneys and bladder
in both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in hildren. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1: One small
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from Kentucky nnd
other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926
Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by
down the throat ot ciploff
chicken, dcitroy. the worm
and save, the chick, life.
A few drop. In the drinking
w.trr cure, and
For the treatment of White DItrrhoea In chick.
and Hlacknead and other dl.ea.ee In tsrkey.
BOURBOW POULTRY CURE HAS HO EQUAL
One 30c tattle makes 12 aallona of medicine.
For Sale bv New Stanford Drua Co.
Odd Wash Stands
Druggets, Lace Curtains
Trunks, Sewing Machines
W. A. TribMe ftfi
MR. FARMER : Make vour homo as modern for vour familv as a nice
residence, and ulace yourself in a position to tret the latest market quota
tions at nnv time. Ths can be accomplished bv means of our telephone
service which vou uud vonr neighbors can ect for a sum that ia small coin
pared with the benefit received. Cnll or address our nearest ofi'ico or
write direct to headquurters. Nashville. Tenn.. for information retarding
our KiH'cial "FiU'Uifclb Line" vnte. If von aro not at nresent pninvtn.. tl.
phono beivice. we can immediately interest vou. Our linos cover the States I
llf LA..t ..rtl.lf TiLtlllnuann tMoplDalnn! T.ll'o!n r. H .1 4 I. - Cn..il.- At '
vi iKiivuvuit a vi.iiuorccu. .iiiooiaoiii'i. u'iuisiuiju uuu lliu C7UUlIltJjril itorilUU
of Indiana nnd Illinois. CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEL. CO.
It is true that we must not judge
a man by the Clothes He
"wears, 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 us for 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.
They 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
Tht Linciln County National Bank ,
Corner Next to Court House
Capital - $100,000
Surplus - - $100,100
Firt on Honor Roll in Stanford and Lincoln County
First in Central and South-east Kentucky
Tenth in State of Kentucky
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 $25,00
First National Bank