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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. AUCUtT ?3. 1112
Small Checking Accounts.
No one is denied the conveniences of a checking Account
with Lincoln CWItfy National lank, because his trnnsntiona
arc small. '
It is the policy of this bnnk to enconrnpc the smnll rlppJM-
tor, because it sees in each one the possibility of the Inrpc
account of the future.
The officers of this bnnk nrc accessible to those who call
for the transaction of business, and arc Jtlad to extend n
welcome to new depositors.
Capital $100. WO
Lincoln County Nalionil Bank
Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford, Ky.
Last Cal on
If you live until next summer you
will have to have Shoes. If we have
what you want now in our shelves,
it will be a good investment.
The NETTLETON Low Shoes are
$5.00, $6.00 and $6.50 the world
over no less. The few pairs left
you can get at $4.00.
WALK-OVERS, the most popu
lar of all Shoes--they speak for them
selves. The prices are stamped on
each bottom, $3.50, $4 and $4.50
the pair. We have about 50 pairs,
in all leathers, at $2.50 for the $3.50
ones; $2.75 for the $4 shoes, and $3 .
for the $4.50 pairs.
They are all new 1912 models.
If that isn't a good investment, then
don't buy them; if it is, then get you
a pair quick.
Hi J. McROBERTS
he Interior Journal.
HELTON M. BAUrLir
fl A TEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
Fnltrtd at I j.eiojlf Stanford i ire
nd clan mail matter
Ttr rttHdtnt WOODHOW WII.80.il.
f.r V. I'm T1I08. K. MARSHALL
F,r Vmgrt$r 1IAKVF.Y JIELU
f-or ComllA'i Atly E. V. PUKYEAK
ftt Circuit tier J. I10LDAM
yr Jl.jri.frate V. it. TIELD9
f.r MWitnttil. C NKWLAND
lh .nnonncrroent. In Ihli column art of
candidate, for office, lubjret to the action of
the- Itnocrtle prlm.rj. No announcement!
will U mdf, unlet, p.ld for In adrancti
it. B. UAUOUMAN
II. W. OIVEN8
J. O. WKATHEHrORD
T. J. HIM.
Tor Ceunty Judft
T. A. RICK
M. F. NOHTU
WILLIAM II. HESTER
W. A. CARSON
Fcr Ant t ttr
V. L. HECK
8. M. OWENS
R. II. BRONAUOH
P. O. HANDIDOK
J. H. BOONE
W. T. OARNER
DEPOSIT IANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1154.
NattMial lank f Stanford, erganlzed June 2, INS.
First National Bank
OCTOIER 3, 12.
This lank has keen ki successful and unlntemiited tier
atlen far 58 years, and Is werthy ef the confidence ef of the
public. Open an account with us today.
The Farmer's Friends
Superiorjand Peoria Grain Drills
Calljand see the new stock
All Knights of 1'ythius nttcmlinj;
the fair Friday lire expected to
wear the colors of the order.
Charley Cecil, who is boosting
the Overland auto like the live wire
that he is, was here lnte Thursday
afternoon accompanied by Editor
V. Vernon Itichardson, of the Dan
ville Advocate, and who will be the
Private Secretary to Senator Ollie
M. James when the latter takes hi
Feat in the U. S. Senate.
Joe McDowell, of Danville, who
handles the string of his sister, Mrs.
H. T. Lowndes, came over with two
colts, both by the great sire, Ken
tucky Choice. They are classy lit
Dick Scudder was getting the gluU
hand on all sides for the splendid
showing his youngsters made in the
big Futurities at Lexington. Mr.
Scudder's sale of some of his best
ones to V. C. Massie, netted him a
very handsome profit, and showed
the confidence that those who want
the winning blood, bae in this
popular Lincoln hor-emnn.
J. W. Adams, one of the best
known farmers and horsemen of
Madison, was here tho first day. Mr.
Adams, by the way, is a very strong;
democrat and says there's nothing
to it but Woodrow Wilson this fall.
Jesso D. Wearen, Pet Beck and
George Burdette did good work on
the gates the first day. Al of the
boys have gone to work with a will
determined to make the fair a win
Mr. George P. Bright, who has
been acting as clerk at the famous
Crab Orchard Springs ! during the
Summer, came down early ThuTS
dny morning to take in the rest of
W. B. Bullock, formerly night
operator at the depot, came up from
Lebanon to take in the fair.
Jim Menefee, of course, got home
for tho fair. He came all the way
from MorrUtown, Tenn.
Wm. Dodd, of the Wet End,
who knows every lin nf h blue
blooded equine, was here Thursday
and acted ns judge in several rings
to tho satisfaction of every one.
J. W. Musters was over from
McKinney Thursday for the fair...
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Wells and
children autoed over Thursday from
JJnnvilJe. Mrs. Wells said she had
never enjoyed a country fair as she
did this one.
Judge Lewis L. Walker came ov
er with a good crowd from Lancas
ter Thursday. Among others in the
fiarrard bunch noted were Postmas
ter West. W. L. Lawson, John Far
ra, J. K. Mount, J S. Haselden, sev
eral of the Robinson and others.'
M. J. Farris, Sr., accompanied by
his sou, and II. C. Bright was here
from Danville and enjoyed the day
Paul Goddnrd, who lead the fight
for Harvey Helm in Mercer, was
lieie Tliunxlay from Harrodsbunr.
accompanied by John Buster Robert
and Otha Mitchell and Edward
Jliteliell, a youngster who showed
well in a pony ring.
Capt. Alex Tnbhle, of Junction
City, and Danville, was here mix
ing with his old Confederate com
rades. Among them who were here
wore Iiuss Denton, Sterling Grimes,
George 1. Bright and others.
W. h. Mclloberts, of Danville,
wns one of the vx-Lincolnitet, who
came hack home Thursduy md
had a delightful day.
Secretuiy J. L. Elkin. of the Lan
caster fair, was on hand Thursday
and pronounced this fair a winner.
G. A. Lackey, of Litchfield. III..
couldn't stay away, but came back
Home lor the lair.
Charley Bohon, of Lebanon, who
is making a reputation us a pro
gressive young farmer, wns here
Editor Orccn CIny Walker, of the
good paper, the Lancaster Record,
was over for the fair Thursday. Mr.
Walker has been in very poor health
but is now impoving satisfactorily,
his many Lincoln friends will be J
smd to know.
How to be Certain of
Praludlra la a hard thtna tn nvtrrnm.
but where health It at (take and the
opinion of thouaanda of reliable people
differ from you re, prejudice then be
eomea your menace and you ought to
lay It aalde. Thla la laid In the Inter
eat of people aufTerlnjr from chronic
conatlpadon. and It la worthy of their
In the opinion of leclona of reliable
American people the most atubborn
conatlpatlon Imaginable can be cured
by a brief uae of Dr. Caldwell'a 8yrup
Papain. Tou may not have beard of It
before, but do not doubt lla merlta on
.that account, or becauae It hai not been
blatantly ad vert lied. It has eold very
aucceaefutly on word of mouth recom
mendation, rarenta are giving it to
their children today who were riven It
by their parent., and It has been truth,
fully aald that more drugglata ute It
peraonally In their famlllca than any
Lettera recently received from M. R.
Myera, Morrlion, Tenn., and Ada Ham
merrmlth, 11 W. CheMnut ft., Uoulivllle,
Ky., are but a few of thouiamla
allowing the etteem In which Dr. Cald.
welt'a Syrup repaln ta held. It la mild,
gentle, non-griping not violent, Ilka
aalta or cathartlca. It curca gradually
and pleaaantly ao that In time nature
again doca Ita own work without out
aide aid. Conatlpated people owe It to
themaelvei to uae thla grand bowel
Anyone wlihlng to make a trial of thla
remedy before buying It In the regular
way of a drugglat at fifty eenta or ona
dollar a large bottle (family alte) can
have a -ample bottle aent to the home
free of charge by almply addrenelng Dr.
W. II. Caldwell. 40S Washington Ft.,
Montlcello. 111. Tour nam and addrcea
on a poataj card will do.
J. T. O'Mnry, of Livingston, one
of the loo-it popular railroaders on
this division of the L. & N. was here
lor the fair.
Of course Dick Hampton got in
from Lebanon Junction in time to
take it nil in. Dick would have
stopped the whole L. & X. schedule,
if need be, to get back home for the
Jack Benzley, Will Wearen, John
Menefee were us busy us bird dogs
all the time. This is a bunch ot
ImMlers for keep.
Joe T. Embry, general bookkeeper
in the office ot Auditor Henry Bon
worth at Frankfort, couldn't stay
away from the Stanford fair, anil
got in Wednesday night.
Col. Gill Cowan, of Hiistonville,
as usual was on hand, and was
preyed into service us a judge.
There ure few better judges of horse
flesh thnn this popular West Ender.
Urover C. Anderson, of Mt. Ster
ling, who had the good sense to
conic to Lincoln for his bride, wus
here witli her and took in the fair.
Mr. Anderson, who knows a good
horso all ocr, was used to greut
advantage us u judge.
Jim Woods is making an ideal
president, and the members of the
lodge ure congratulating themselves
that they put him in the place. As
for tho secretaryship, of course no
one could heal Jim Cummins.
Homer Wray, although trans
planted to Danville, still keeps his
membership in Diadem Lodge, and is
litre for the whole three duyB ot the
fair. He is proring himself mighty
u-eiiii to nave around, too.
Clay Coleman, who bought the
Porter Sandidge farm iu the West
nil, was on hand and is taking much
Lilcrest in Lincoln county affair.
Ho is a splendid young citizen, and
is the kind to men to have iu a com
munity. The midway attractions are prov
ing big drawing cards. All of the
shows are clean and good. The
merry-go-nround, of course ha3 the
call for the youngsters.
Cr.pt. T. B. Robinson, of Garraid
wns lere with hi -rent waJking
n.aie, and w-hile she didn't get a
ribbon, he 'declared that it didn't
leave any sore spots on him. "A."
Hundley's great little wnlking mare
got the blue while Carroll Bailey's
splendid big plantation hvrse took
I Letter to
( Dr. Kilmer L Co.
Binghamton, h. Y.
MERCER COURT HOUSE
Cornerstone For New Buildina Laid
By The Masons.
ilnrrodsburg, Ky., Aug. 21 The
ceremonie- in connection with the
laying of tho cornerstone of the
Mercer county courthouse marked
this as a red letter day in tho his
tory of the county. There were a
number of prominent Kentuckians
present, among the number. Gov.
James B. McCreary nnd ex-Gov. J.
t;. YV. Occkhnra.
The Rev. M. T. Chandler, of the
Methodist Episcopal church, presid
ed ns chairman. The Rev. W. II.
Smith, of the Christian church, op
ened the services with a prayer, and
the Rev. Dr. J. G. Hunter, of the
First Presbyterian church, deliver
ed the invocation. The Hon. Dave
Jacksoii, Grand Master of the Grand
Lodge of Kentucky F. nnd A. A. laid
the cornerstone, assisted by officers
of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky.
The copper box deposited within
the cornerstone contained a copy of
this wtek's Harrodsburg Herald and
Leader, a short history of Masonry
in Kentucky since 1800. a shoit
feketch of Wniren Lodue. 53. nnd
Mercer Lodge, 777, F and A. M a
sketch of Montgomery Lodge, 38
I. O. O. F. a-list of prcH-nt members
ol the bar, a l..it .f the i-hnielies
and pastor, school-., frnteriut!s
pcotics and photographs i the 1d
tciiithouse, fraternity bnilJiiig pub
li. library, Mr. Jackson and John Jl.
Mann, who is present .Master of
Mercer Lodge, 777.
Judge John W. Hughes delivered
an nddress on "Mercer County and
its Progress,'" followed by a song
composed for the occasion by Hen
ry CJe eland Wood.
Homer Wray Not In
Saddle This Year
Mr. and Mts. Homer C. Wray and
family, pf Danvile, came over Tues
day so as to 1ms here in penty of
time for tho opening of the fair.
There is no more enthusiastic. K. J.
in the state thnn Homer Wrav nnd
few, liner judges of horseflesh. Mr.
Wray Todo Wulter 0. Walker's
splendid string of horses for sev
eral years, but his duties as man
ager of the telephone exchnnre lit
Danville keep him so buy he has
not time to devote to the equities
iiuy longer. He is iimkilig good nt
Danville, nnd the eople there lire
very much grutified with the ser
vice he is giving tlieni, his many
friends will he clad to know.
A Kidney Remedy Advertisement
Drought Great Happiness
I take pleasure in stating that I
have used Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
that 1 was greatly benefitted by the
saiLe nnd have used it in my family.
I had n son, when quite young he
suffered from bladder or kidney of
flictiou. I called in my physician,
he attended him but did him no good.
Almost by accident I noticed an ad
vertisement nbout the curative pro
Fcrties of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
procured a bottle and gave it to
him according to directions. It cur
ed him of what we thought was al
most impossible and the same with
others of my family. I have such
strong faith in Swump-Root that I
have never done without it in my
family since the wonderful cure of
my son as well as myself. I re
commend it to all who suffer from
kidney or bloddcr troubles and I um
led to believe that it is one of the
best medicines for the purpose for
which it is used, that hns ever been
This is) my experience from the
use of Swump-Root. Wishing the
promoters of this wonderful medi
cine a large sale to the suffering
public, 1 am Yours respectfully,
W. II. McAFEE.
Witness. College Park. Ga.
E. O. Williams, Notary Public.
Prove What Swamp Root Will Do
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hamton, K. Y., for a sample bottle.
It will convince anyone. You will
also rccehe a booklet of valuable
information, telling all about the
kidneys and bladder. When writing
be sure to mention the Stanford In
terior Journal. Regular fifty cent
and one-dollar size bottles for sale
at all drug stores.
E. D. Pennington,
General Farm Surveying
52.6B Phone 172, StMftfd, Ky.
H. B. Norlhcott
Lime & Cement
Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!!
Prices cut in two.
All our low cuts will be
sold at cost as long as they last.
I, I, N WON, Crab Orchard, Ky.
THE POWER OF
A Name -
You can't tell good man by hi clothe,
ou can't tell a good book by the cover,
ou can't tell a good cigar by the wrapper.
Neither can you tell
G80D CANDY "rn.,
But you can tell good candy by the name it bean
or what is back of the box.
Means to Candy just what Sterling means' to
At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store.
We have reduced the price on all
Men's, Ladies' and Children's
Mens' $4 Oxfords now $325
Mens $375 Oxfords now .... $3.00
Mens' $3.50 Oxfords now ... . $2.95
Mens' $3 Oxfords now $235
Ladies' $3 Oxfords now $235
Laities' $2.50 Oxfords new $250
Ladies' $2 Oxfords now $1.85
Ladies' $1.50 Oxfords new $120
Plenty of time to wear them- et a pair for the Fair.
W. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky
We will continue to sell all lawns
and Oxfords at Cost, strictly
Goods charged will be at regular
THERE IS REAL PAINT
and also some stuff mixed with
cheapening materials that is not
worthy of the name. If yo- have
bad experience with the latter kind
you don't want another. If you
haven't take our advice and don't
experiment Boy our roal paints
and save yourself 'djaappdintmeat
and money as well.
i A. ALLEN. MuffI. Ky.
w M t
J. C. McClary
UNDERTAKERS AND EM
ALMERS. ALSO DEAL
ER IN FURNITURE. MAT.
TINQS, RUQS. THEY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK.
OIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE
Fall and Winter Suitings.
Mr b.w Fall and Winter BhhdIci tr bow
rtilr lor your loiptclloD. Tlirjr comprL.
th. U.I on lb. market. I can alt anjout
at to prlc. who had bli clothe, raid, to or.
der. A lull m.d. to jour tumor, li rr
fer.M. to read mad. elothe.. To tin them
m.d. to me.iur. doein't ec.t anv m.r. ih.n
retdr m.d. when aru.Utr .ad fit ! enn.M.
I .red. Coma la and let t.k. Tour m.-
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