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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY FRIDAY. JULY 12. HI2
Bed Boom Suites
Odd Wash Stands
Druggets, Lace Curtains
Trunks, Sewing Machines
W. AJribble &S
HONESTLY It's the Best Polity
if written by
FISH & BROMLEY
The Insurance Specialists
lecaise Tfcey Piy JlOOc on the Dollar
trwci -r -r
Last day of one of the most
money saving sales for the
people ever pulled off in
Stanford. PRICES always
LOW, and you have only a
short time now. Get what
you want while our stock
is no more broken.
COLORS GUARANTEED FAST-.
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L L SANDERS. CiAIMCHAjt, KY
he Interior Journal
B11ELT0H II. 8AUFLEY.
1 A TEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
Entered af l poitoffco t JSttnford
For Vice President
THOS. R. MARSHALL
Tbr nBosnmenti In thli totama r of
cindidiln for officr, intijrtl to tb action
of Ih dtmocratie prlmirji
COL. J. J. CH1NN, of litnn
i. A. SULLIVAN, of MJllon
HARVET HELM, of Lincoln
Ft CcmmonuioHVi Allorntf
E1IMETT rURYEAR, of Bo;U
W. B. BURCII, of Lincoln
i Ttr Shtri
If. S. DAUQUMAN "'
B. W. 0IVEN8
J. a. WEATHEtlFORD.
T. J. UILL
Tot County Juifi
1. A. RICE
M. T. NORTH
Tot Circuit Clerk
J. D. WEAREN
. j. r. iioldam
W. M. DDNCAN
j . Tor Jailor
DINK FARMER '
WILUAM n. HESTER
W. A. CARSON ,
P. L. BECK.
B. M. OWENS ,.
B U. BRONAUOtl
P. 0. BANDIDOE
3. H. BOONE
W. T. GARNER
Btanori Macriitirial iittrict:
3. T. ROBERTS
J. D. EADS
JOSEPH L. GOODS
Suljict I gtpvtlUan primary Craft
Orchard MafUttrial dirtritU
W. K. DILLION
WtMMMrffnl Curts RtMrtd In GrnMKt-
Th um of ilmpl "rht m ftmtoSe imfetd of more eoMmtrafiM mm
otwHr or dMHlcrou inorle auhatMew, h bn revlvrfvery widIy erf lift.
In (femur w chool of phyilci" h H" fMch. ,,Vrow S"li i n5
whoU ol lh nharsiMopcia Mid on n dpttloB d the method of wild
almtJt In rarfnj thesneWet. . . . . ft. Y. WtrU.
II wm Dr. n. V. Plrw, chief eonuUln phyilclMi to the Inrtlld' Hotel Mid
Soricl Initltote of Buffalo, N. Y., who fint edyocated the etended ue ol ioij
of our native roota, auch atl Got Jen leal and Oregon drape root, mandrake
and queen'i root, black cherryhark. Thtie are the chief in.redlentt In Doctor
Pierce'a Golden Medical Di.corery, which hat been to well and favorably known
for nearly hall a century. nrn .-.. -
lomach tonlo that natnr ha provided.
.T. Donald M athkooh of .PjMiilnif. N. Y. y m "I dif
fered for over flvo yrar with Svlmt tho doctow V1,'ll,.n.)r
tUUUal croullltori of the Homitch, njflf;J irj" ''A' ''.':
rftil rmKlitlon of nmf, and iicrron ftntrf. "' "ilhl
cnoueh mix. blumnth. Bcntlan, rlnit-arb. rtc. to fl o at at hip
nti.I nattirallr thouuht thf-ro wa no cro for top. but aftrr
nadlnc what emlnont dootor yld of tho cnratlvp O"1"1
ot tholnarcdlonuof 'llolden Mrdlcal Ileovcry I cavolt
a fair trial. Took tho Dljcovory and nlto tho I (h;aant
l'dlct and can truthfully tay I am fwllna ," n.0
than I We In yearn. I c hoerf ully plvo trralloti to pnnt
hl.tcttltnonlaf.andlf any doautRiic T"'?V(TI5V?,,jJ5
1 will put hlmwlso' to tho Uat all-around mudlclno In tho
3. &Ki.iHeK.Eo, country lo-uay.-
The dentil nucel viitvd Kugcne
TotMV home on lnt Wetlncstlay
morning nt nine o'clock nnd called
for its vjt"ry. Mr. Todd had been
hick about one week. He leaves a
wife nnd one child and hit mother,
one brother nnd one sister, to mourn
Mr. David Proctor is very low "'
W. E. Tyler has bought a new bnc-
We suppose he will biipcy ni'c
He's a Progressive Farmer.
Mack Kubanks, who resides on the
Stanford pike, him cut all weeds
nlotiL' tlm run 1 1 m front of hix farm
covering n distance of a mile. All
bushes have also been cut. This is
a step in the right direction. If all
farmers would follow the example
set by Mr. Eubanks, visitors to the
fair would form a better opinion of
Boyle county. Let the good work
continue. Danville Adocate.
K. S. Alcorn attended the nnx'lin
of the State liar Association at
The Advocu'te, which hasn't seem
ed to care how near the truth it came
in its statements in the present con
gressional race, just so it could say
something it figures might hurt Har
vey Helm, said Tuesday that the
Helm leaders are conceding Adair
to Sullivan by a big majority. Noth
ing but the "shorter nnd uglier
word" will properly apply to such a
statement. The Helm leaders know
that he will sweep Adair one end to
the other, and are conceding Sulli
van nothing except his own county,
and he's going to have to step some
to keep that. Mark this prediction.
The Danville Advocate complains
that Congressman Helm did not get
enough "Jobs" for the Eighth dis-'
trict out of the democratic congress.
Well, as Mclntyre bus ulready got
ten the Resident Secretaryship from
Jere Sullivan what's he kicking
about f He's got his'n. As we've re
marked before, it looks like the big
gest thing in this congressional race,
according to the Advocate's point of
view, is the lobs.
Elbert Elder has been on the sick Louisville this week-
S. E. Owens and M. M. Taylor will Somerset.
begin their contract to build a new Mw William Meck nml daughter,
school house near Brodhend. lJdhii FnTenct i,cckf of Stanford.
, ,, x. . . pushed through this city Friday en
A. iM. Jsason, farming near Canaan rm,ip .,. fmm vial, ... rii:..u
Me., was badly crippled with scintic nt Lock No. 21.
theiimatism due he says to uric acid John M- p Thatcher, Esq., who
tn his blood. "Foley's Pills cntnely has been visiting his parents at his
cured me nnd also removed numer- plnce for the past three weeks, re-
ous hUrk pecks that were eontinu- turned Sunday to New York City,
ally before my cjes." Foley Kidney W. L. Malone, of Huctonville, is
Fills are a unc acid solvent nnd nre ncr visiting his daughter, Mrs.
effective for the various forms of .-' vcster .Newton,
rheumatism. Shugnrs & Tanner.
Standing in L. L. Sanders' Contest.
v. i. rewjunu 400,0'ju ounoay witn 'ineir uauguter, Airs.
i Garner 388 818 C'auu"e Pennybacker, at Danville.
: tt,i, loi'm ' Mr8, Mershon stopped off in Lincoln
aie IIolman 321051 county and will visit her daughter,
W. U. Hansford, Jr., spent Sun
day with friends at McKinney and
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mershon snent
Mrs. W. D. NewJand 433,890 Sunday with their daughter, Mrs,
Mrs. Dove Gnrner 321,516 Mrs. A. C. Hill.
Susie Butt 270,028 -Mrs. Thomas Peacock, of Robbius,
Eva Fletcher 217,988 ' Jfnn" " tto pieat of Mrs John
T, t t i. ,,. I "esley. bhe is accompanied by her
Ida Lee Campbell 101,492 ' pretty Jittle daughter. Georgia.
Cecil Garner 124,690 Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. H. Singleton, of
Hnttie Bogie fil,887 Wayncsburg, have been guests of
vti.i, Ti.i n r?- lnelr friends, Mr. and Mrs. G. T.
Mahala Howard 51,67, Gooch Mr- Sin ,rton u ..
Bertha Rogers 3fl,594 nent jumber mnn of hti fcec,jon.
Bessie Reynolds 15,490 Somerset Times.
Nell Davis 2,602
A writer in the Advocate, whose
identity we strongly suspect, says
ho spent Tuesday in Harrodsburg
and that Jere SullLVan will carry
Mercer county by 600 majority over
Harvey Helm. If Judge Sullivan
gets as many as 600 votes in that
county, or any other county in the
district oirtside of his own, wc will
be greatly surprised.
Mclntyre said in the Advocate
thata vote for Sullivan was a vote
for him, but as Judge Sullivan says
he hasn't promised Mac that job, the
good democrats of Boyle won't feel
impelled to trade off Harvey Helm
for any such clap trap.
George L. Higbie, Manton, Mich.,
used Foley Kidney Pilis for Kidney
nnd bladder trouble. He says: "I
find for my case no other medicine
equals Foley Kidney Pills for bene
ficial effect." They are safe nnd
relinble medicine for kidney trouble
and rheumatism. Contains no harm
ful drugs. For Sale by Shugars nnd
We are in positiou to do all kinds
of concreting, such as Block Work,
Pavements, and in fact, we can make
anything from a honse down to a
fence post. Call and get out prices
before yon buy your material at
PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky.
fcgHfJH temfKOfSKi rfj
Many people will try to hand you
something but few want to hand you
the best of it.
The Danville Advocate terms tho
citizens of Lincoln county its
and SURETY BONDS
K. M. HIWLAM3)
J. C. McClary
UNDERTAKER ANB EMBALMER
Office PtMM 117. Hwm PhM 3.
UNDERTAKER AND EM.
ALMERI. ALIO DEAL
ER IN FURNITURE, MAT
TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK.
GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE
E. D. Pennington,
Genera) Farm Surveying
52-681 Phone 172, StMford. Ky.
THERE IS REAL PAINT '
and also some st,uff mixed with
cheapening materials that is not
worthy of the name. If you have
bad experience with the latter kind
yon don't want apotner. n yon
haven't take our advice and don't
experiment. Buy our rnal paints
ana save yourseu uisappoinwoeni
and mnnv nn w11.
J. A. ALLEN. StMferd. KyJ
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 was
so frequent and painful that I would
have to stay in bed to obtain tem
porary relief. I consulted cood 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 quickly
I continued taking Swamp-Root
and my weight has increased fifty
pounds. My health is of the best
and I have told many others about
Dr. Kilraers's Swamp-Root and have
done a lot of good in this way Your
wonderful medicine is of great value
Yours very truly,
J. II. BRDXBY,
835 Main St. Pawtucket, R. I,
The above statement made before
me I declare to be truthful in every
detail. Thomas Marsden,
Are you f oinf to travel?
Are you going to some springs for
a little stay?
Are you going to visit some friend
for a few days?
If so, yoi are oohhJ ! fore a
Hand Bag, Suit Case
or all of them. Refined traveling
luggage is as necessary as refined
clothes. Our stock of traveling
goods is like every other line we
sell-tK vry best.
ffiTilSSi" $3-5to $12-50
cheap rrTdes at' $ 1 . 50 1 3. 50
Trunks, $3.50 to $10.00.
These are first quality goods. They
are good lookers. They will please
you and you will feel proud carry
H. J. McROBERTS
DEPOSIT RANK OF STANFORD, chartered March , 1154.
National lank sf Stanford, organized June 2, IM5.
First National Bank
OCTOBER 3, I8t2.
This Bank has been In successful and uninterrupted oper
ation for 58 years, and Is worthy of the confidence of of tho
public. Open an account with us today.
Dr. Kilmer k Co.,
Blnghamton, N. Y.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do
Send to Dr. Kilmer k Co., Bing
hamton, N. Y., for sample bottle. It
will convince anyone. You will also
receive a booklet of valuable infor
mation, telling nil about the kidneys
and bladder. When writing, be sure
to mention the Stanford Interior
Special prices on Matting.
I Druggets and Furniture
until August 1st -A few
second-hand Buggies and
Surreys cheap. Also two
good Jersey cows.
G. B. PRUITT,
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 bad bis 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 eulity and fit is con
sidered. Come in and let me take
H. C. Rviley, The Practical Tailor.
To Whom It
On June the first, I had Mr. Hig
gins to put a Detroit Vapor Oil Stove
up for me, and I have put it to almost
every test and can say it has given en
tire satisfaction in every respect.
MRS. J. 14. 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 have been
left intact, in order to add to the financial strength of the
Bank, and further guarantee the pafety of depositors.
This is a SAFE bank to intrust your funds.
Lincoln County National Bank
Corner Next to Courthouse.
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