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When you gather
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put the money
in this bank
THE 1N1EKI0K JOlllNAL.
HELTON M. SAtrLKr-
1 A TEAR STRICTLY IK ADVANCE
Bttttrti il M, pettufft
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DO NOT take your harvest money
home withyou. There are Thousands of Thefts of
money every yenr that is kept in this way. Tut your har
vest money in this bank Withdraw it when you please.
Start an account like all the other fanners who have made
successes in this world. Commence today here.
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
Capital $50,000. Stanford, Ky.
W. L. McCARTY, Pre. J. D. EADS, V-Pth.
G. L PENNY, V. Pres. J. 5. BICE, V. Prss.
M. 1. SALIN, Cashier. S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, A-Cash'r
Our Sale is better than ever
before. Prices on everything
lower than cost of raw mate
rial. We have to make room.
Positively everything goes. Come
early and get the choice.
Th tBnouBtfnmti la thli column r. et
codldtf for ettkt, tabjtct to tht teflon
of th dtmocmllo primary I
COU J. P. CIUN.V, of Mtrttr
:. A. SULtlVAX, of M.dlion
IIARVKT HELM, of Lincoln
for Ctnmonvtolth'i Atitrrtty
EMMCTT rURYEAK, of Doj1e
W. B. DURCH, of Lincoln
11. 8. BAUGHMAN
B. W. OIVEN8
J. 0. WEATIIERFORD,
T. J. IULL
for County Juigi
. 1. A. RICE
M. P. NORTH
Ttt Clrmlt Clerk
J. D. WEAKEN
J. F. 1I0LDAM
W. M. DONCAM
, For Waller
WILLIAM H. HESTER
W. A. CARSON
V. L. BECK.
B. M. OWENS
R H. BRONAUOit
P. C. 8ANDID0E
J. H. BOONE
W. T. GARNER
In Stanford Uaguttrlal Uttrtett
J. T. ROBERTS
J. D. EADS
JOSEPH L. GOODE
Sulittt to RepubUtan primary In Crab
Orchard ilaglittrial iUtritt. ,
V. R. DILLION
is visiting Mis Annie Adklns.
Master Mose Westerfield left for
his home in Paris Sunday, ftr
viitine his hunt, Mrs. J. II. Steele.
Hurrah for the second district
and more particularly for Jnnction
City. Three of the latter city's best
liked yonnt; Indies won prize in the
contest innfiRurated by the Interior
Journal. They arc Misses Bertha
West, Sara ItichnnUon and Susio
Hobcrts. Junction .City is proud of
these girls and llio records they
have made in the content. It is said
that Mis West won two prizes, viz;
a diamond rinj; and a chest, of sil
ver. She i the efficient 'cashier
of the .offices of Messrs. Vogel &
HELM, IN CASEY.
The Interior Journal dslights to
recall that it was the first news
paper in Kentucky to advocate the
nomination of Woodrow Wilson for
Come on, Marse Henry,
aboard the old ship of Zion.
sure headed for Jerusalem. . ,
The Somerset Leader says Provi
dence cave Taft the republican nom
ination. That's a iTeV name for the
steam roller, sure.
- J?'vccr----0RS guarante:ed fast
LLLvLLwiiikf99BlVvfl'ft Br ; ? Si
"JUST THINK OF IT!"
Ye can leave your windows open and the shades up
slay after day, yet the sun cannot fade JSkwgmmmm
It colors are everlasting proof against (JSylURfAjl
both fasting and water. No guessing I'lHI.Hr
ahot this positively GUARANTEED instead. This is
eeiy atM of its many advantages over other mattings.
It has no odor at all, can be sewed like any carpet,
cKrt caa't sift through it sanitary beautiful dainty
patterns ami coleriags easy to keep clean and, best
of aM, the price won't scare you.
WoU cheerfully show you a nice assortment and
tttt yew asero about this unusual low-priced floor cov
..uiluavau'nruJv. Whv not to-day?
m nn . - w w
L. L SANPERS, Crab Orchard, Ky.
Tiro new Board of Prison Com
missioners, appointed by Gov. Mc
Creary entered an order revoking
the parole granted by the old Board
to Frank Ball, the notorious Bell
Junction City. .
Mrs. J. D. Shelby is visiting Mrs.
W. Holden Key in Maysville.
Mrs. liufus Whitehouse is in
Gravel Switch, the guest of Mr. and
Mr. Frances M. Powell, of this
place, who is a recent graduate, of
the high school here, will attend
State College in Lexington this fall.
Mr. William Lunsford and family
bae moved from the McAfee place
to the house belonging to the heirs
of Samuel Armstrong in this city.
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Phillips have
moved to Hiistonville, where the
first named will practice his profes
sion of dentistry.
Mis Ilael McGinnf", of Parks
villo, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. U.
Miss Evelyn Ewing, of Parksville,
and Miss Gregory, of Springfield,
nie guests of Mrs. II. F. Ewing.
Mr, Rachel Duck, of Paint Lick
is visiting Mrs. G. V. McCollum.
Mr. James Tharp, who was called
here by the death of his uncle, Mr.
Virgil Than', has returned to his
homo in Knoxville.
Bunk Haiim, of Danville, bought
of Mr. ClnTence McAfee 44 acres of
land lying nenr Shelby City for
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eubanks,
of Ludlow, took the train here Sat
urday for their home, after visiting
Mr. and Mrs. John Ilelm in Brum
field. Mrs. Elizabeth Brown has return
ed to her home in Pnrksvillo after
a vtit to her daughter, Mrs. Mary E.
Mr. and Mrs. William Caskey re
tuned to Corbin Saturday, after a
visit to the Jotter's mother, Mrs.
Marv Frances Wells.
Misses Frances Kcllev nnd Marie
fiailey arc sitin" Hip lottor's aunt,
Mrs. Julia Wright, in Hiistonville.
Miss Mamie Williams attended
the Chautauqua in Danville on
Thursday nnd visited her sister,
Mrs. John Wiicht.
Mr. IWhel Duck, of Paint Lick.
Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. D. McCollum visit
ed Mr. nnd Mrs. Luther McCollum
in Shelby City Thursday.
Mr. John II. Towell has returned
to Ilarard, where he has an im
portant position with the L. & E.
Dr. J. It. Steele nnd "Mr, N. II.
Sinkhorn went to Cincinnati Sunday
where the latter will have nn X-rny
examination made of the wound in
.Mr. jonn beitsnm. ot I'arKsvjiie,
was visiting friends in New Austria
Miss Jiny Blaekster 1s visiting
(Continued from 1st Page.)
not rrroniised jobs to any democrats.
He said that n prominent newspaper
man was mistaken when he claimed
that he had been promised a po
sition. This referred to Editor W. Owen
Mclntyre, of the Danville Advocate,
who announced only n short time
nco over his own pjgnnturc that
he had been promised the place of
nesiiient Secretary by Judgo Sul
livan, if the latter was nominated
and elected, nnd who has been work
ing with might and main seeking to
line up his friends in Boyle for
Judge Sullivan ever since. So it
seems that there is a serious mis
take out somewhere regarding the
pc-ition which Mr. Mclntyre ha
been expecting nnd assuring his
friends he has been promised.
Judge Sullivan called on Mr. Helm
to tell what he had dono in Con
cres, nnd declared that because he
had worked and voted for bills to
sae the people money he desjrved
no credit for them for thp republi
can fenate had killed some of them
and the president had vetoed others.
He charged that Congressman Helm
Lad not voted against the Sherwood
pension bill, which he characterized
as altogether unreasonable. Other
charges that he has made from time
to time were rehearsed by Judge Sul
livan, but not on"e throughout his
whole address did ho recche the
slightest ripple of applause.
On th other hand Congressman
Helm was frequently nnplaudeJ dur
ing his speech and tnien ho arose
for his short rejoinder after Judge
Sullivan, he was greeted with a burst
of cheering and Mich as "Eat lnra
up Harvey," "Tell him about it.",
And he "told him about it" in con
vincing tones. He showed first that
other prominent Mndion countv
democrats had been working for the
bill which would add Clark, Powell
and Estill to the eighth, all of which
were in the same judicial or sena
torial district as Madison, nnd he
proved thnt thoe who were claiming
Judge Sullivan, had worked for the
Case,y and Adair bill, had gotten
their wires crossed on the bills
which were before the legislature.
In response to the charge that
the whisky forces were behind him.
Mr. Helm brought down tho houe
when he called' attention to the tele
gram which Judge Sullivan had
just read from Sullivan' friend
Senntor W. E. Dowfing and then he
reminded the democrats that Sena
tor Dowling is one of the bigge-l
distillers in Anderson county. Con
gressman Helm urged the democrat
of Cney to look nt the situation
n sober, thoughtful way. and con
sider whether it was worth while to
turn out a man who has worked
faithfully nnd earnestly for their
interests for one who has bee.n un
tried nnd is unknown.
And from the scores who crowd
ed up after the speaking was over
to shake Mr. Helm bv the hand, a
spectator would judge that the
Casey county democrats, like the
big majority of their brothers ocr
tho Eighth district, are not willing
to mako any change just nt .thh
stage of the gpme.
Pn nfCaoTa s conoacc wR an1
Nmt Mtts. Fetches
. littermHh far Three Yean.
Ceeffton, Md. Mr. Oeorge Rlchsres,
Ot this place, during the put 12 years,
has probably tried more different diets
than the average persoe would ever use
la a lifetime.
What he has to say about hie expert
ments, must therefore be htfthly Interest
lag to anyone suffering from Indigestion
or stomach troubles of any kind.
He says : "For more than 12 years.
I suffered with stomach troubles, and'
paid hundreds of dollars for doctor bins
and medicines. 1 was also operated oa
I lived on dried peaches and buttermilk
for nearly three years. .The only thing
that would not give me pain was raweajs.
I was a physical wreck. 1 could not
sleep, and was as Bear crazy as a maa
could well be.
I must say that after taking two 25-cenf
. it did me more rood thaa all 1 ever jn
lor oiner meaicincs.
I have been working daily on the farm
ever since, and I am as hard as iron."
This purely vegetable remedy has been
tn successful use for more than 70 years.
Tryit. But be sure that It's "Thedtord's."
Kevernnd Moore, of Lnwrcnco
burg. delivered nn interesting Icc-
tore Sunday evening nt Buckejc on
his sojourn in the Holy LnmL.
There is much rejoicing upw in
Garrard for it is now a known fact
that. Lancaster will have another
one of her excellent fairs Jnly '24,
25 and 20. Vicitors from the ad
jacent towns are most cordially in
vited. Professor S. H. Nickell who
taught in the Lancaster Graded
Sdhool for several terms has, been
selected bv the trustees of the Hnr-
rodsburg Public Schools as princi
pal lor another term.
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 measuro
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 la and let me take
H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor.
We are in position to do all kinds
of concreting, such as Block Work,
Pavements, and in fact, we can mako
anything from a house down to a
fence post. Call nnd get our prices
before you buy your material at
PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky.
After months of general decline
tho pure nnd beautiful .Christian
lifo of Mrs. Wm. II. Whemtt. ter
minated in her 79th' year. Ever a
favorite with both old and yorfnc
in the homo in which she was boTnj
and reaied, sho will bo missed from
out the rnnkb of life. Something;
less than two months ago her de-i
voted husband lett her only to Qinf
tho redeemed. Truly can it bo said
if this devoted, loyal couple in death
tuoy were not divided. X or many
Ion.; yeais sho had been a faithful
consistent member of the Presby
terian chinch. Ono marked char
acteristic the deceas;d was tho nl
wnys aqd expressed gratitudo she
ielt for tho ninny loving, tender
toiiAistiics others conferied upou
her, which all know sho so well dq
seivcd. Two sisters. Mrs. Thomas
Wherritt nnd Miss Bettio Miller, of
this city, a son Wm. I. Wherntt and
two daughters, Mrs. Win. Bogle ana
Mrs. Wm. Berklo, of New Orleans,
survive and to her children espe
cially is much sympathy extended
as they have been called upon so
leecntly to suffer such a double be
reavement in the loss of both par
ents. The public school to bo taught in
Garrard county will begin July the
Quite a number of popular Lan-
H. B. Northcoit
Live and Dressed Poultry,
Eggs, Ice, Coa!,Wool, Furs
Hides, Salt, Lime, Feath
ers, Ginseng, etc. Ph30.5e
T.K. TUDOR, Mgr.
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
s. mmi Kim hi
caster teachers were in
Mrs. Charles Tancey in Knoxville.Hhe past week for the Kentucky
Miss Georgia Young, of Danville, Teachers' Association.
UNDERTAKERS AND EM
BALMER&. ALSO DEAL.
ER IN FURNITURE, MAT.
TINQ8, RUGS. THEY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK.
GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE
E. D. Pennington,
OtJWity Survayar -
General Farm Surveying
52-Sa Phone 172, StMdrfJ, Ky.
THE summer weight suits we
are showing today are not
only the best tailoring, the best
fabric, the best fitting, but they
are the BEST FEELING garments
a man can make.
Mohair Suitst A perfect
hot weather coat, light in weight;
the coolest of all fabrics from
which men's clothes are made.
Stulisl, , Serviceable, Dresst 1
CAN MORE BE SAID?
We show them in coats and trous
ers, perfectly tailored at
$15, $17.50 and $20
Blue 9.rsfsx Everybody knows what they are
and how goed they are. In suits we can show you
an all-wool, fadeless color Blue Serge at
$10, $15, $20 and $25.
Tans and Gkcxsi In these we feel we have
something better than you usually see. They are
simply elegant at $20 to $35.
If you want to be better dressed thai yov Might
or frieid, we cai do it for yov.
H. J. McROBERTS
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DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1854.
National Bank of Stanford, organized June 2, 1865.
First National Bank
OCTOBER 3, 1882.
This Bank has been in successful and uninterrupted oper
ation for 58 years, and ls worthy of the confidence of of the
public. Open an account with us today.
WICKLESS Oil Stoves are
guaranteed to do fine
cooking and give satis
faction, both by W. H. Higgins
and the Detroit Vapor Stove Co.
Ask Mrs. Bud Holderman, Mrs. James Carter
A Substantial Surplus
statement vt this bunk nt tho last call of tho comp
troller showed a surplus of
This largo sum is made up of earnings which havo been
loft intact, in order to add to the financial strength of the
Hank, and further guarantee tho tnfely of depositors.
This is a SAFE bank to intrust your funds.
Lincoln County National Bank
Corner Neit to Courthouse.
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