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THE INTERIOR JOWWIAL, ITAWFlBt, KEHTUCK1 FmOAY. AUIU1T 2. 1112
C07 7i? 7"Ae Old Fashioned Country Fair M Stanford
Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias,
AUGUST 21, 22 and 23, 1912
For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary.
The Imerior Journal
BHELTON M. 8AUFLEY
I A TEAll 8TKICTLT IK ADVAJ.CE
Entered nt the rofolee at Stanford at tee
ond eteee mall matter
For rrtridtntWOODHOW WILSU.t.
For Vice President
TIIOS. R. MARSHALL
'Ili announcements In Ihii column are o(
randiilatca (or office, subject to the action of
the Democratic primary Ko announcements
llt be made, unless paid lor in adraucet
J. A. SULLIVAN. o( JtaJilon
HAHVEY HELM, ol Lincoln
For" CommonweaUh'i Attorney
HMMETT rOUYEAB, of Bojla
W. B. UURCII, of Lincoln
SI. B. BAUOHMAN
B. W. GIVENB
J. O. WEATIIEIU'ORD
T. J HILL
For County Juigt
T. A. KICK
St. P. KOKTII
Tor Circuit Ctirk
J. D. WEAKEN
J. F. HOLDAH '
W. M. DUNCAN
WILLIAM II. HESTER
V. h. BECK
B. SI. OWENH
R. II. BRONAUGH
P. U. 8ANDID0E
J. II. BOONE
V W. T. OAK.NKIl
In Stanlord UagUttrial district:
J. T. ROBERTS
J. D. EADS
JOSEPH L. GOODE
Sutect to Republican primary in Crab
Orchard UhsUl trial district.
W. R. DILLION
from nuy mispieion o
tlio best ninn win.
frnu.1. It ' SAM ROBINSON'S PIANO
CONTEST STARTS WELL
Before this issue of the I. J. goes
into the hands of sorao of its rend
ers, the first compulsory primary
over held in Kentucky will be well
under wny. It will be a trial here of
n law which has proven very popu
lar in other states in which it has
been tried, and we believe that the
wisdom of the last legislature in
placing it upon our statutes will bo
fully vindicated. However, in view
of tho fact thnt the fields are very
limited in most jmrts of the state in
the primary tomorrow, a much bet
ter jjennrnl test will probnblv be ob
tained nt the time of the county pri
maries next j'ear.
The primary law was ennctcd chief
ly to brine: the selection of officials
4'loBor into fliA hnnils of thn ppnplo.
Democrats especially should see it
it ii MiL'cos mill nun iiuiiiiiiauuiis
made under its provisions nro fairly
mm spnnrelv mntle. Tho time of po
litical riluldurcerv fa over. Election
crooks and ballot box stutters nro
Vettinj: mi?hty near tho end of the
rope everywhere. Tho first direct
primnry in Kentucky should bo free
Dr. Robert Jatper, of I'tilnski, will
locate hero about October 1st for
thn prnctico of his profession. Dr.
Jasper is well recommended ns n
physician, mid citizen, nnd, wo bc
Hpeak for him a liberal sharo of pa
tronnce of this vicinity.
Theic were more Methodist
preachers here Inst week than yon
could fclmkn n stick nt. They were
hero from every quarter nnd niuong
them wcro sevcrnl quite nble men.
Our people enjoyed some of tho best
of prenrhuur. nnj tho town nnd com
munity was Rrently blessed by the
comiiij: of tlios-o Godly men.
There is a kind of family reunion
going on nt the home of Mrs. Mary
Adams here. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence
Coleman nnd Mrs. J. S. Drown, of
Louisville. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Henry LiR
ner, of Ludlow .nnd Mr. nnd Mr.
Will Adams ,of St. Louis are here
for n week's stay.
It is hard for our people to agree
on the new game nnd fish law. At
torney Qarnett's opinion has been
sought nnd when he is heard from
the much talked on subject vijl like
ly be dropped.
The individual drinking cup is be
ing required in the schools of this
county, and tho prico of them will
pcrhnps advance. A tin cup will last
the average school boy about three
days, when n new ono will be neces
sary' Rev. K. O. Martin, who teaches
nt Lanham's on the Liberty pike,
says a number )f cups were sent to
his 'school last week with the handles
Card of Thanks.
We deire td express our heart
felt thanks to our relatives nnd
friends and to each and every one
for their valued kindness shown us
during the illness and death of our
dear daughter, Ethel. Especially
we do thuhk tho Rev. Bro. Couch
nnd wife 'for their spiritual ndvice
ii ml nssistnucc. Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
First Publication of Vote Shows
Many Younq Ladies Beina Fa
vored By Their Friends.
y.'iin Rfmiiison'o pi.-.r.o c-.r.tcst is
starting off with much interest being
manifested. Votes for a handsome
400 piano nre jrien with each pur
clinic mndo nt his store ,nnd the
young lady receiving the highest
number of votes will be nwnrded the
piniio. Each young Judy is designat
ed by a number, which she alone
Knows, and those friends whom she
tells and in this way no undesirable
publicity is given. The following is
tho standing of those young Indies
who nro being voted for, this week:
l 2,mx as 2.000
!! 2,MIO 3i 5,040
3 2,85 373,000
4 3,KK) 38 3,0ii(l
S 2,10 30 2.00H
H 2,000 40 J.UOU
7 2,000 4 f 2.000
H 7 70 4J-2,I0)
0 1,000 43 2.00H
10 1,00(1 442,000
11 2,000 45 2.000
12 I.noo 4(1 2,000
13 2,325 47 3,01
14 2.0OO 4 2,000
15 2,01)1) 40 3,001
16 2,45 50 2,250
17 2,000 51 2,000
lfl 3,330 ' A3 2,0(10
20 2,000 5 12,000
21 2,000 55 2,000
2 2,000 5C 2.OC0
23 2,000 . , 572,000
34 2,000 firt 2,000
2'i 2,0(10 """ 50 2,000
30 2.000 00 2,000
27 2,000 (11 2,000
2H 2,000 .02 3,000
29 2,005 32,000
SO 2,000 4 2,000
31 2,000 . (15 2,000
32 2,000 ( 2,000
33 2,000 07 2,000
Oontftanl, r nrire It upon jrou to pirate
lrint o(r in every two eeki. We poil
tiveljr cannot honor TotM nnlt you hare
ame here In time to record them lor pub
lication Watch lor the llomif Volea.
Thos. Hackley, of Lincoln countv.
vns with some of his old friends here
We are sorry to know thnt Mrs.
J. V. Mnlian is confined to her
Muss Hnttie Leigh of the Shelby
City section, is the attractive guest
of her sister, Mrs. Levi Kelly this
Mrs. William Blanks entertained a
number of her friends nnd relntives
nt Jier homo Sunday.
Little Miss Estellc Minor has re
turned to her homo after n visit to
Mrs. Levi Kelly here.
D C. Bybee, tearalns contractor lirlne at
C69 Keelinir Court, Canton, III, ll now well
rid of a aeTrre and annminc case of kidney
tronMe. JIli back pained and he waa both
ered with headachra and diny iIl. "I
took Foley Kidney I'illa jutt at ilirerled and
In a few dayt I felt much better Sty life and
strength seemed to come back, and I sleep
well I am now all over nr trouble and clad
to ncommend holey Kidney Pills." Try them
rnusrs ana lanner.
Cominq to See The Senator.
(Frankfort State Journal.)
Senator Hubble, of Lincoln county
is preparing to grow thirty ncres of
buckwheat wherewith to fatten his
hogs. That amount of buckwheat
i-Iiould put n largo number of swine
m A-l condition for slaughter. The
Senator need not be surprised if
pome of his fellow members of the
General Assembly should drop in on
him for n visit about hog-killing
(time. That i'estnl period on the fann
always causes a lot of Kentuckians
to want to get back to the soil.
lioinp in Oleuco, Okln, nftcr visiting
Misses Sidney and Virginia Craw
ford, of Mt. Vernon visited Mis Ella
Belle Xcultiml first of tho week.
Robert nnd William Cn9S have re
turned homo nfter a sevcrnl w-ccks'
visit in Stanford.
Mr. mid Mrs. .1. W. Tuto spent Inst
Saturday and Sunday in Louisville.
David C'rnig of Quail, was hero
Mr. mid Mrs. Robert Wilmott, of
Kept"!!, i,r' the ijiu-KtH of his moth
er, Mis. M. E. Wilmott.
Mis Virginia Davis visited Miss
Cljdo Wntooii from Saturday until
.Morris 1'hillips wns oer from
Mrs. Ireland and children have re
turned to Mays wile.
C. C Cablu wns up from Dan
ville, lie wns accompanied home by
his wife, nnd Mrs. Ida Robinson.
Mrs Ellen Holmes, of Crab Orch
ard, is with relntives here.
Mr. and Mrs. b L. Denhnm, and
little son, of Mt. Vernon, spent first
of the week with their parents.
Miss Xnncy McWhortcr, of Dcrcn,
was hero n short time. Wednesday.
lilnnchc Crawford, of Mt. Vernon,
has returned to her homo nftcr vis
iting Miss Etta Frith.
Miss Annie Tate, Messrs. Walter
Miller, Will Fih nnd Victor Tate,
were down from Mt. Vernon Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Cnrl I'mitt, daugh
ter nnd son, of Kirksville, hnvc been
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Arthur Anderson, of Paris is vis
iting his cousin Henry Anderson.
Now is the time to stock your
winter supply of COAL. None
better than Fox-Ridge. Prices
right. We fork all our Coal
YOU GET NO DUST.
J. H. Baughman & Co.
THE "FK00KE8SIVE" l'AKTY
Is the individual, man or woman, who uses
I'olcy Kidney Pills for backache, theumstism,
i-caS tack, asd ether kidney and Madder lr
recularitles. Foley Kidney Pills are heal
inc. itrenctheninr. tonic and quick to pro
diice beneficial results. Contain no harmful
dmrr. Never sold In bulk. Put up in two
slsei In sealed bottles. The cenuine In a
;e!l'w r-iel( Mtagar and Tann-r
Jesse and John Fish were over
fiom Duckeye, Tncsdav.
Miss Susie Cnble is visiting in
Mrs. Emma Frith is visiting in
Mr. Rowers has returned to her
To vote for W. S. Barch
for Commonwealth's Attorney
not put your X in the 4th
square from the top of the
ballot, like this:
HARVEY HELM J
J A. SULLIVAN
For Commonwealth's Attorney
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4 asjBiB MaB . fls
Start a bank account today
YUNG man, the world lies before
you. You can be a millionaire just as
well as the local man about whom the above
was written. A bank account is the first step
Start today. The smallest opening de
posit is heartily welcomed at this bank.
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 Stanford, Ky.
w. l Mccarty, pres.
G. L. PENNY, V. Pre,.
M. B. SALIN, Cashier.
J. D. EADS, V-Pre.
J. S. RICE. V. Pres.
S. ALBERT PHILLIPS, A-Cash'r
to Kcommend Foley Kidney Pills." Try them I "e.i" ... " " """ Il!
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The Great Danville Fair
August 7, 8 & 9
Enlarged Floral Hall and Poultry
Big Premiums in all Departments
and a Most Liberal and Interest
ing program throughout.
Finest Nerry Go-Round
In the United States
With $750 Band.
For Catalogs and Other Information, Address
I. M. DUNN, Secretary,
W. P. G1VENS, President,