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THE IHTKHHB JWNNAL, tTAWftBt. KCNTtfCKI TtfCWAY. AlHUIT t, UI2.
00we To The Old Fashioned Country Fair at 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.
Tub Inferior Journal.
Si BHELTON M. HAUFLEY Proprietor
1 A TEAH BTRIOTLY IN ADVANCE
i Knltni lit thf rotitffiet at Stanford c
T" nd clan mail mtfr.
for rnrWtnt WOODKOW WII.SO.N.
lor V. Vrto TII08. It. MAKSIIAI.U
ror Vongrti$ IIAKVF.Y HELM
v.- '.ll'. ! V. V VIMYKAK
V Circuit Clrf J. r. IIOLDAM
fpr Mnpttratt V. M. FIELDS
fcr MagiflraU JI. C. JJEWUVSD
'Jh annotincrmrnta in thia i-vluwu r of
tamlitlatra lor olBcf, aubjtft to the action of
thf Democratic primary. No announccmenta
will be made, union paid tor In aJrancc:
; Tor Sktrtf
M. 8. HAU01IMAN
11. V. OIVEN'S
J. O. WEATIIEBFOBD
T. J. 1IILU
For County luiao
T. A. KICE
' M. F. NORTH
WILLIAM II. IIE8TEB
W. A. CATfiflN
I. L. BECK
H. M. OWENS
It. II. BBONAUQU
r. C. 8ANDIDQE
J. H. BOONE
W. T. OABNEK
It's a mighty nice thing to bo on
the winning side when an election
rolls round, and hear the nice things
that arc said after it is all over.
It's not nearly so pleasant to taste
tlin stinr of defeat and seo one's
hopes go glimmering. Especially is
this km. if the battle has been hard
foucht and the contest partaken of
bitterness. That is the time when
the loyalty of a candidate and his
friends to his party is truest tesicu.
The message of congratulation to
Congressman Helm from Judge Sul
livan, tendering his congratulations
and assurance of support, coming
us it did from Judge Sullivan in the
' darkest hour of defeat, when a life
time of ambition and aspirations
beemed to have been blasted, proved
him the loyal democrat and game
fighter that we have always believed
liira. He took his medicine like a
man. The Interior Journal has e.vcr
had the highest regard for Judge
Sullivan. IJe has long been our per
sonal friend, and we regretted that
he was the man chosen by the op
position in their efforts to retAe
Congressman Helm. We foresaw
his defeat from the first. YVo re
joice exceedingly at the splendid
triumph of Congressman Helm, our
home man, our neighbor and our life
time friend. We made the best fight
for him that we knew how against
another personal friend, but such
are the vicissitudes of politics. But
we arc glad that our confidence in
the duality of Judge Sullivan's dem
ocraev was not misplaced and nrc
confident that he will be fit'lttiii-;
for victory as hard in November, ns
he would littvo been, had tho story
And in this connection, we want
to commend the courso adopted by
our good friends of fho Danville
Advocate. No paper ever mado a
more determined effort on behalf of,
a candidate thnn it for Judge Sul
livan. It left no xtono unturned in
his behalf, but like a true democrat,
it now comes out strong If or the
winner, saying in its issuo Monday:
"Tho Advocate opposed Con
gressman Helm lor lite nommniMn Tho Evans ,cnt ghoWl4 W(r ,,.
Mil Hoimi is Mroiigi-r ior mm mvjI1MSt 0l- Jnst wcck. Riving two per
than wo are. Practically everyono . fonrmnccs.
took skips, oomo worKcu ui mo
no moro parting, nil is pence und
joy for his last word were that ha
was ready and without fear. Such
a triumphant Chriritinn death is a
bountiful tribute to the life he liv
ed. A friend,
JIHS. NKLLIK HM'MKH,
1833 Mushy, Louisville, Ky.
Miss Itcmico Lnndrum, of Mt.
Vernon, wns a recent guest of Miss
Phillips 1'avillion Theatre will ex
hibit hero IViday, August 1, play
ing the "Molunvk."
I Election day passed away quiet
ly Saturday, one half of tho usual
vote being cast. The official vote
follows: Helm, 101!; Sullivan, 30;
Bureh JUO; l'urycar 00. Two votes
were cast for the republican candi
date for congress.
Mrs. Ilcttie Kissee, of Indianapo
lis, is visiting Mrs. John Murphy.
Tho State University Trustees cut
oft the .fJ.Ut'U annual annuity to
polls, others through newspapers
und still others bv attempting tv
privately show reasons why their
fnvorito should win. The Advocnte,
liko Bryan, believes in every good
democrat taking a firm stand in the
open and then join the majority af
ter the fight is over. When every
body stands out for what they be
lieve is right, tho aspect for good
government is moro encouraging,
provided they nil unite with the ma
jority after the race is run. Con
gressman Helm will not have a
warmer supporter among the news
papers of tho district than the Ad
vocate. We congratulate him aipon
his tremendous victory
In Loving Memory of
William Kincaid Buchanan
The sad news of the death of Wil
liam Kincnid Buchanan will carry
sorrow to many a heart besides
those of his immediate family for
ho was widely known and held in
the highest esteem by all who knew
him. His death occurred in Louis
ville. Ky.. July 1 191'J, Ho wns born
in Tazwcll, Tenn., Juno 12, 1850, bc
hnr fifty six years of age nt his
death. He joined the Christian
church in the early part of his
mrirried life and lived up to its
teachings. After moving to Louis
ville he mid family put themselves
under tho watch caro of the Metho
dist Church South, in which church
his membership remained until his
death. He leaves a wife and four
boys to mourn n loving husband and
the kindest father. They are Wil
liam Walter, James Ashley, Thomas
Hill and Charles Parrish Buchannu.
Ho was a man of unselfish disposi
tion, generous and honorable, con
siderate of the feelings of others.
No one ever applied to him for help
Hint did not receive part of what he
had. He gave up his entire estate
for what ho deemed honor and prin
ciple. IIo has left a stainless name
as a legacy to his children. In his
whole being there wns no clement of
littleness. He wns faithful as a
friend, all that a loving husband and
indulgent father could be, and tho
rich legacy of a good nnrao is a
soothing value to those who mourn
his loss. May God givo tho wcep-
Miss Lillian DeJarnette, of Paris,
who has been visiting Misses Ger
trude and Sara Itichardson, has re
Mrs. John W. Holing is nt Elixir
Springs in nn effort to ho relieved of
Mrs. W. C. Surber and Miss Wil
lie Benton Logsden were in Danville
Misses Gertrude and Snra Rich
ardson and Mary Steele attended u
party given by Miss Miticlle Pruitt,
in MoTclnnd Eridny evening.
MUs Margaret Smith, of Lexing
ton, is the guest of Miss Mary Tunis
Mrs. Charles Lyons has returned
from a visit to Mrs. Lyons nt Lyons
Miss LaVinia McGraw left Tues
day for Mt. Vernon, whero she will
visit Miss Elizabeth Adams.
Mrs. Eugcno Grubbs, of Lexington
and Mrs. Itannic Burks, of Louis
Mile, are attending a house party nt
tho residence of Mrs. Mary Francis
Goorgo Powell, of this place, has
been offered n lucrative position in
the railway service in Ilomtnti. Ky.
It is not known whether he will ac
cept same or trot.
.Miss Delia Hay Gregory, of
Springfield, is visiting Mrs. II.
Mrs. J. S. Collins returned to
Hiehrnoad Sunday, lifter a visit to
her daughter, Mrs. Kobcrt Burk
Mrs. Mary E. Hankln, liss Bessie
Wright and Miss Lucy Hnnkla visit
ed relatives in Parksvillo Sunday.
Misses Ruth Lingle and Sara
Richardson gave a party at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Lingle
Thursday evening, fight to eleven
in honor of Miss Lillian DeJnrncttc,
of Pnris. Those who attended were
Misses Lillian DeJarnette, of Pnris,
Miss Delia Ray Gregory, of Spring
field, Miss LeUn B. Jones, of Mil
ledgeville. and MIsfcs Louelln Lingle
Mnry Steele. Irene Lvons, Mao
Blaeketer, ' Ruth McCollutn. Ruth
McColIuni, Ruth Turner, Gcorgin
Wells, Bessio Wiitrht, Lucy Hankln,
Susie Roberts. Mnggie Clarkson.
Anna Prcwitt. Annie and Alma Cos
by, Gertrude Richardson, Ruth Lin
gle and Snra Richardson and Messrs
Shuttlowoith Tarkincton, Bob Lin
ing wife and sorrowing children tho! trie, Ivan Moore l'orrest Kellev. Jit
grace to feel that he was taken for : linn Tarkintrton. John Iitirkn, Wnl
come wise purpose, and make them iter Moser. Prank Powell. Lewis Al-
tpol Hint '" hiishnnil nml ttii;r tetotr, Ohariev Winkler and Job
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Capital $50,000. Surplus $500
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August 7, 8 & 9
Enlarged Floral Hall and Poultry
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