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THE INTERIRR JUHHJAL ITAWfWt,
The Interior Journal
8J1ELTOH M. BAUFLET-
1 A TEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
Snltrtd at ihi rtnllf st Stanford si
oteond tlaf mail m(fr.
KENTUCKY FBWAY. JULY I. 1112
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in this bank
DO NOT take your harvest money
hone with you. Thar arc Thousand of ThefU of
money every year that is kept in this way. Put your har
vest money in this bank Withdraw it when you please.
Start an account like al 1 the other farmers who have made
successes in this world. Commence today here.
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
Capital $50,000. Stanford, Ky.
W. L. HeCARTY, Free. J. D. EMS, V-ftes.
M. B. SALIII, CasMer. 8. ALRERT PHILLIPS, A-Ct
For Vice President
TIIOS. R. MARSHALL
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.
The ennosneements In Ihli column art ol
r.nrfMit.i for oltier. ioWct to tbs attion
ef the demotratle primary l
COL. i. T. CHI.NN, ef Mercer
J. A. SULLIVAN, of Madlon
HARVEY 11 ELM, of Lincoln
For CommenyrteltK't Altorfiey
EMMETT rUKTTEAK, of Bot1
W. B. BUKCH, of Lincoln
M. S. DAU0H51AN
B. W. GIVEN8
i. O. VTEATHERFOnD.
T. J. HILL
fer County Juift
1. A. KICE
' U. F. NORTH
For Circuit Clef
J. D. WEAREN
J. F. HOLPAM.
W. M. DONCAN
, For 'If
WILLIAM H. HEdTER
W. A. CARSON
P. L. BECK. lm
B. M. OWENS
K H. BRONAUOU
P. 0. SANDIDOE
J. H. BOONE
W. T. GARNER
In Stanford HagUttriol Mritt:
3. T. R0BERT8
J. D. EAD8
JOSEPH L. GOODE
Sul)tct t Rtfvtlhan primary U Crab
Orchard ilagittinai dutriet.
W. B. BILLION
COLORS GUARANTEED FAST ij
' "JUST THINK OF ITi"
' S-Irf E-y adraatacM artr othar saatfaacs.
kliriTod at a, aaa ba mw Uka aay carp,
STflaSfrr "T k "
lL tJl- .luaw vail & aUc UiaiaWa4 aa
!!7i5raV. Why aai toJay?
ILL SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky.
When a New Perfection
Comes In, at ;the 'Door,
Heat and Dirt flyuut
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at the Window.'
What would k Beaa to you to have
heat tad dirt baiaithed from your kitctaa
this summer to be free from the blaziag
raage, free from vim aad soot?
Vdi iU Haw TWartw. Oth. A Ntw PerfeetMa
Sm. ia the moat conks coobat detiee oo tin market.
It aavea Labor
It aavea Fuel
It aavea YOU
m, wk hag. wiliil. tar
TU 2- ni J-br,a
care Am. ml rackk tt.
An ikaWn carrr ' f"
Pfrhctm Sunt, trm Cost
Boot wan trrrrMxa. Caaa
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STAND ARDOIL COMPANX
Bowels are Basis
of Child Health
The Democratic convention at
Baltimore in the selection of its can
didates and in the adoption of a
plntfonn, has given the party the
strongest possible candidates, and in
no uncertain tone has sounded a
genuine democratic enunciation f
principles that insures a sweeping
victory in November.
The Interior Journal is pleased
beyond measure both in the candi
dates and in the platform.
Thorn ia now nothinc further to
cause dissension ir the (ranks of
Democracy, all the wings ot the par
ty are together and out bottle cry,
"We will win with Wilson."
But as sweetest harmony is only
accentuated by the introduction of
discord, true to his malevolent dis
position Henry Watterson in the
Courier Journal, editorially says;
In a contest between three tickets
headed respectively by Taft, Roose
velt and the Devil, the Courier Jour
nnl, being a daily newspaper and
unable to take to the woods, would
perforce be obliged to support his
He characterizes W. J. Bryan,
who made the victory possible as
the "embodiment of prosperous hy
pocrisy and successful malice" but
says the Courier-Journal "approves
at least the platform and will sup
port the ticket."
Poor old man, made bitter by de
feat. Poor old man, the possessor
of giant intellect, but of inordinate
and laughable vanity. Bitter in his
denunciation of those whom be can't
control and venomous to the last
degree toward all who do not think
as he does and who refuses to
change opinions as often ns be
changes. Let Watterson ana xne
rmirior-.Tnurnnl honestlv fly the
black flag instead of the hypocriti
cal declaration of support. JNo man
has the right to stand on the line
of battle whose whole heart, mind
and boul is not resolved to do and to
die lor the success f the battle
we are to wage. The evil is
for brave men nnd true. There is no
place in the line for any man with
desire for defeat in his breast.
-pf. vMAtfcA. hn wittrha
cloacly the phyalcal peculiarities of her
cnuarcn, win aooa uiacuvcr u.v i.i
moat important thins In connection with
a chlld'a conatant rood health la to keep
the bowela regularly open. Slucglah
bowela will be followed by loaa of appe
tite, reetleaaneaa durlns aleep. Irrita
bility and a doien and one almllar evl
dcnici of physical disorder.
At the flrat algn of auch disorder give
the child a teaapoonful of Dr. Caldwell's
Svrup Pepsin at night on retiring and
repeat the dose the following night If
neceasary more than that will scarcely
be needed. Tou will nnd that the child
will recover Its accuetomtd good spirits
at once and will eat and sleep normally.
This remedy la a vaat Improvement
over salts, cathartics, laiatUe watera
and almllar things, which are altogether
too powerful for a child. The homes ot
Mrs. Carrie McDonald. 10J Trigg Ave,
Memphis, Term., and Mrs. Sallle E. Grif
fith. Veechdale, Ky. are always supplied
with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with
them, aa with thouaanda of others, there
Is no substitute for this grand laxatHe.
It la really more than a laxative, for It
contains superior tonic properties which
help to tone and strengthen the stomach,
liver and bowels so that after a brief
use of It all laxatives can be dispensed
with and nature will do Its own work.
Anyone wishing to make a trial of this
remedy before buying It In the regular
way of a druggist at fifty cents or one
dollar a large bottle (family site) can
hae a sample bottle sent to the home
free of charge by limply addressing Dr.
W. n. Caldwell, 0& Waahlneton St.
MonilC'llo. in, jour name anu uurc
on a postal card will do.
livnn, nnd to turn him down cold,
after he had been given to under
stand, a he himself announced in
his pape, that he would be named
Resident Eecretnry, smacks consid
erably of ingratitude, to say the
We'll win with Wilson, is a catchy
slogan, nnd it looks like we will.
Gov. Marshall, of Indiana, will add
tremendous strength to the ticket.
Gov. Osborne, )f Michigan, a strong
republican, says there is no occasion
for the progressive republicans to
put a third ticket in the field, de
clarinc that every republican of pro-
trressive ideas ought to vote for
"Original Wilson men" are spring
ing up eerywhere just now. Vc
welcome all into the band wagon;
the muiic is fine.
Easy to Make It Soft Luxuriant and
Many women have hair so dull
and faded that it is actually repul
sive. These women have probably never
heard of PARISIAN SAGE the in
vigorating hair dressing that is be
ing used by thousands of refined
women throughout America.
T-f nnur rmir is fullillL' or thin OT
faded or lifeless; you have dandruff
or itching scalp; if your nair is noi
'as fascinating as you would like to
have it, go to G. L. Penny's .this
erv day, ask for a fifty cent bottle
of PARISIAN SAGE nnd stnrt at
once to make your hair perfect and
PARISIAN SAGE is guaranteed
to give satisfaction, or moDey back.
Girl with Auburn bair on eery car
ton. For sale by Penny and drug
R. L. Elkin, secretary of the Lan
caster fair, was here Wednesday
advertising the exhibition which will
be held the lntter part of this month.
When the bunch of Onrrnrd county
live wires takes hold of anything it
generally "goes" and they are boost
ing the fair for all they are worth.
His Landlady's Advice
Probably Saved His Life
I feel that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root saved my life. I inherited
weak kidneys. The discharge wns
so frequent and painful that I would
have to stay in bed to obtain tem
porary relief. I consulted good phy
sicians but the results were disap
pointing. My landlady advised me
to try Swamp-Root as the last re
sort, "which I did and I was quiddy
I continued taking Swamp-Root
nnd rny weight has increased fifty
pounds. My health is of the best
nnd I have told many others about
Dr. Kilraerb's Swamp-Root and have
done a lot of good in this way. Your
wonderfnl medicine is of great value
Yours very truly,
J. H. BRUXBY,
835 Main St. Pawtucket, R. I.
The above statement made before
me 1 declare to be truthful in every
detail. Thomas Marsden,
Dr. Kilmer L Co..
Binghamton, N. Y.
Prove What Swamp-Beet WIH Do
Send to Dr. Kilmer (c Co., Bing
hnmtnn. N. Y.. for samnle bottle. It
will convince anyone. You will also
receive a booklet of valuable infor
mation, telling all about the kidneys
nnd bladder. When writing, be sure
to mention the Stanford Interio.r
TfE cummer weight suit we
are showing today are not
only the beat tailoring, the best ,
fabric, the beet fitting, but they
are the BEST FEELING garment
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.
Stiilisb, Serviceable, Dftssij
CAN MORE BE SAID?
We show them in coats and trous
ers, perfectly tailored at
$15, $17.50 and $20
Blue Sergjest Everybody knows what they are
and how goad they are. In suits we can show you
an all-wool, fadeless color Blue Serge at
$10, $15, $20 and $25.
Tans and Grays t In these we feel we have
something better than you usually see. They are
simply elegant at $20 to $35.
Ifyoiwait if be WtteresseuayoviflAfr
r fned, we cai h k far ytc
H. J. NcROBERTS
There roust be another "broken
pledge" out somewhere. Owen Mc
Intyre, of the Danville Advocate
announced over his own bignnture
that he had been promised the pince
of Resident Secretnry if Judge Sul
livan should be elected to congress.
At Liberty Monday Judge fiullivan
snid in his speech that he positively
had not promised nny job to anyone.
There must be a screw loos some
where. We protest agninst any re
pudiation of the claims ot our friend
Mclntyre, who has been working
long and faithfully for the nomi
nation of his candidate, nnd de
cerns some reward. Few newspa
per men have ever cared to go to the
doubtful extremes in advocacy of a
candidate's claims that Mao has fol
lowed in bis boosting of Judge Sul-
A WOitfAJS'S WISDOM.
The worried mother wakes up to hear ber baby's hesvy hreath!aJ litUa
couth perhaps the croup or wboopinf coufh. She does not want to send tor the
doctor when perhsps the trouble does not amount to much. Finally tM thinks of
that medical book her father ave her, The Common Sense Medical Adviter, by
R. V. Pierce. M. D. She says " juit the thin, to find out what U the matter with
the little dear." Two million households in this country own one -and it to
be hsd for only 31c. in stamps 1,000 pect in splendid cloth binding A good
family adviser In any emergency. It is for titktr sts. This Is what many women
write Dr. Pierce-In reipect to bis " Favorite Prescription," a remedy which baa
made thousands of melancholy and miserable women cheerful and happy, by cunnj
the painful womanly discsses which undermine a woman health and Mrcnttb.
. .1 i i. . .La .. ItnAa in W vr.ii Lnnv what
your valuablo mwllclno lias done for ino," wrlfc-s wns.
MAitoAnET Zueubiit, of 833 S. llentalon btreet, Baltimore,
lid. "llefore the storck came to ourhouw 1 was a very lick
woman. 1 wrote you for advice which was kindly given ana
, wiiica mime niu o uiuti. . "i. ""Y :. i .
zfv taking the nrt bottle of 'Favorite Prescription' I .began
H? Improving so that I hardly knew 1 was In such a condition.
JT rJ I did my own houswrk wnshlng and Ironing, coo-ing,
sewing, ana ino winn "i on iiuri tuiTO w ,.... " - -
whooping cough. 1 lianllv knew of the advent Um minutes
ta-fori-rio eay whs It. The baby It us fat as a butter-ball.
DEPOSIT RANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1854.
National Rank ef Stanford, organized June 2, 1865.
First National Bank
0CT0RER 3, 1882.
This Rank has been In successful and uninterrupted oper
ation for 58 years, and Is worthy of the confidence of of the
public. Open an account with us today.
Km. Zumbt and Bass.
Ir. Pierce's Favorite Prescription U the bent medicine for
to all Biy friends."
any woman to tal u when m this cot.iit.viu 1 recosueed It
To Whom It
On June the first, I had Mr. Hig
gins to put a Detroit Vapor Oil Stove
I up tor me, ana i nave put u 10 milium
S every test and can say it has given en
tire satisfaction in every respect.
MRS. J. M. CARTER, JR.
A Substantial Surplus
statement of this bank at the last call of the comp
troller showed a surplus of
This large sum is made up of earnings which bare been
left intact, in order to add to the financial strength of the
Bank, and further guarantee the eafety of depositors.
This is a SAFE bank to intrust your funds.
Lincoln County National Bank
Corner Next to Courthouse.
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