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The Interior Journal.
VOL. XXXIX NO. 43.
STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1012. ,
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
Four Extra Prizes Are Added to the Stanford Interior Journal 9s Big Premium List
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TWO 26-PIECE SILVER SETS
AND TWO $7 FOUNTAIN PENS
GIVEN ABSOLUTELY FREE
Ta the Contestants Who Turn In The
Most Money on Subscriptions Be
tween the Dates of May 25th and
June 10th. Special Prizes Now on
Display at Penny's Drug Store.
GET BUSYAT ONCE
The honor of winning a Special
Prize Is Considered nearly as great
as winning the Capital Prize. All
subscriptions turned In en this of
fer will also count toward the re
The Contest Muuager is pleased
to announce that ho has secured
four extra prizes to bo given to the
contestants in the Interior Journal's
big popularity contest. The prizes
consist of two beautiful 26-pieee
Silver Table Sets and two fine $7 It.
H. Smith Fountain pens. These
handsome prizes are now on dis
play at Penny's Drug Store and the
contestants nnd their friends are in
vited to call and inspect thera.
The Silver Sets were made by the
International Silver Company nnd
contain 20 piece', cons'i-ting of six
knives, six forks, six table spoous,
six tea spoons, sugar spoou nnd but
ter knire. The Pens are the famous
IL D. Smith Fountain pens and are
sold all over the world.
Here is the Plan
One 20-Piece Silver Set will be
given to the contestant residing in
District No. 1 who turns in the most
money on subscriptions between the
dates of May 23th nnd June 10th.
One H.B. Smith Fountain Pen will
be given to the contestant residing in
Pistritc No. 1 who turns in the sec
ond largest amount of money on
subscriptions between the nbove
One.2G. Piece Silver Jjct will be
Riven to the contestant residing in
District No. 2 who turns in the
largest amount of money on sub
scriptions between the dates of
May 25th nnd June 10th.
One II. B. Smith Fountain Pen
will lie given to the contestant resid
ing in District No. 2 who turns in
the second largest amount of mon
ey on subscriptions between tin
above mentioned dates.
Double- votes arc being given on
all subscriptions turned in before
next Saturday night, May 2oth at 9
1'. il. In order tlt contestants liv
ing nt a distance from the office may
have the same cluinco us those liv
ing near town, wo will issue votes
under this offer on subset iptions
pent by innil, if the envelope is post
marked iiitt Inter than 0 o'clock Sat
urday iiiuht. -After next Saturday
night, lli' vote, schedule will iirniu be
reduced to the u-tliil schedule of
voles given when tho contest first
All contestant haw the same op
portunity on the special prize offer.
Even those who lime done no work
e.t oil hcretofnie ir win lire about
to stnrt in the nice, uiiiy get in no v.
and have the Mime chance of win
nine ns lliosp who have been in the
contest from the first.
All subscriptions, turned in during
this special prize offer will also
count toward the regular prizes.
Votes ute allowed nil nil ni.mey paid
on subscription, whether il be on old
or new subscriptions. Get busy and
win one of the special prizes, for tho
honor of winning these is nearly nR
grent ns that of winning (he capital
priro nt the close, of Ilia contest.
DISTRICT NO. I
Miss Lvlo Cooper 220
Miss Lenn Palmer 15.520
Mis Mnrv M. Mnthenv ...
Miss Anna Davis Mcltoberts
Miss Ilcrtio McClure
Miss Muvmn Sinirleton ....
Miss Ida II. Pettus
Miss Josephine Hrndv ....
Miss Roberta Holtzclnr ....
Miss Rachel Hill
Miss Pearl Fr'ds
Miss Mnrv K. McKiunev ...
Mrs. O. O. Ilontlev . . . '.
Miss Elizabeth Iliiririns
Miss Anna Warren
Miss P.lsio Elizabeth Coleman
Miss Isabclln Itevnolds
Miss Lorraine Cnmnbell . . ,
Miss Mnrv K. Duddernr .
Miss Anna Chancellor . . . .
Miss Lottie Carson
Miss Murv Moore Rniiev . .
Miss Nellie Hill ,
Miss Kate Anderson
Miss Josephine Morris . . .
Miss Itoxie JennincH
Miss Dollie Wileher ,
Mins (Jertnidn Wilkinson . .
Miss Elizabeth Stniri; . . . .
.Miss Marvaret E. Holtzclaw
Miss Florence Dawes
Miss Jennie Sampson
Miss Murv .unities
Miss Lillian Mueller ,
Miss Autin I.ee Euhanks ..
Mis Mae Waters lt-2
Miss Delia Lnwrene
Miss Knthcrine Eads
Miss Jennie Pennies
Miss Annie Milbttrn
Miss Jessie Lee Phillips ..
Miss Ora Flovd K-l
Miss Klizabeth Carter ....
Miss Aloha Holtzclaw ....
Miss Kettle Itevnolds
Miss Elsie Smcleton
Miss iloulah Jlazlett
Mr. John Wenlzel ,
Miss Maciie Ollisli ......
Miss Macule Schhippi ....
Mrs. Man Hortou ,
Miss Zerra Kubanks
Miss Urnce Jeffreys
Miss Sallie Oooch
Miss Eva Ilorton
Miss Kmma Iloehu ,
Miss Kmma Meier
Miss Mnrv Ethel Anderson
Miss IJessie MKonntiek .
Miss lrt'lia II. Jones
Mjss Cjnra Cnmeuisch ...
Mis Kva Moser
Miss Mattie Dihoi ,
Miss Miuelle I'ruilt
Mis Jennie Itnnktu
Mi.ss tie well Sooouatnore. .
Mts Mnv North
FULL DOCKET FOR
MAY TERM OF COURT
Judge Hardin Delivers a Strong
Charge to Grand Jury List of
Jurors and the Docket
Mts Amu Barker
Mis Knthcrine Murohv ...
Miss Mulitida Nave
Miss Nil Flovd
Miss llcssio Riffe
Mis Martinet Allen
Miss Koe MeC.trninck . . .
Miss Kmma Holtzclaw ....
Miss Nell Iluck
.fijs r.ucv Oooch
Miss l.ttltl Coker
Miss Mntthn Tucker
Miss I.i77.io Bracket t
Miss Ilettie White
Miss Until C'offev
Miss Elizabeth Fox
Miss Alma Coffev
Mis I.nciln Crow
Miss Mniv Bitssell
Mi-. I,. I.. Sanders
Mrs. Dove Gnniei
Miss Annie Middletou ....
Mn-s Ida Tliomnim
Miss MitMiie lloliiinu
Mis D.iisv Hunt
Miss ( lnra Colliev
Miss Martha Biout-hton ...
Miss Addic Scott
Miss Mmv I). Beck
Miss Ruth Tittiurr
Miss Mailie Butler
Mis Dcssje Jtttboe
Miss Ruth Cockinc
Miss Kflie Drve
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss I.avinia MeUruw ...
Miss l.ucv lliinkhi
Miss Willie It. Lossden ...
Miss Marv Steele
Miss Bertha West
MisA Until Keaue
Miss Dnisv Shuttles
Miss Ituth Lincle
Miss Irene Lvons
Miss Sara Richardson ...
frlE INTERIOR JOURNAL
$500 POPULARITY CONTEST
Good For 10 Votes
Voted on or
FOR ..'. District No
Address ... . ,
This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed
to the Contest Department of tho Interior Jounia, will count
for the person whose noma is written thereon.
These ballots must be .fastened together ia packages, en
closed in envelopes, before being deposited.
The May term of Circuit court be
gan here Monday morning with
Judee Charles A. Hardin presiding
with his usual grace nnd dignity.
Judge Hardin delivered a force
ful clinrg" to thn grand jury, which
went to work at once.
The juries chosen were ns fol
Grand Jury. J. D. Hastin, Burton
Spires, Hill Jennings, Geo. W. Leacli,
N. W. Fowlc, Ben Lunsford, W, D.
Hayes, John It. Beck, W. R. Dillion,
Albert Severance, N. C. Hicks and
Petit Jury Geo. D. Boone, W. P.
Logan, Herman Distile, P. L. Beck,
J. M. Ueynolds, V. M. Duncan, A. P.
Hunti, John C. Gooeh, J. T. Brown,
C. M. Back, Josiah Bishop, G. B.
Hnrri, J. C. McWhorter, Wra. Fields
W. O. Speed, P. C. Sandidge, W. T.
Tucker, J. C Hayes, Roy Spenr,
Tinsley Spoonnmore, D. K. Farri,
Geo. Faddis, P. E. Parrisli nnd It. II.
There are n number of interesting
cases for trial nt this term, the com
plete docket of which is ns follows:
UOSDAT. FIRST DAT
1 Com'w'lth of Kr. ti W. J. KJmliton No 1
3 ubi( vs Mint No. 2
3 urn ti Grnt lUccird
nmr ti Will I,
5 m ti Cotrmio Trijlot etc.
6 uma ti Ora Jirmin tie.
7 un, ti Krrdiiund fkhntttlfr
8 ira ti Klchard JohnKon Ko. 1
B n ti Him No. 2
10 line ti Jimn Oirrliua
11 rim ti J. K rortrein
12 Mm- ti Wm. Murrij
13 uw ti Will Frndrr
IS unit ti Jtmri T1L
11 time ti Thoi Hlcki tie
Id Mtnr ti John TrUr No. 1
17 lime ti time Ko. 2
IS urn ti DiTf lllcki
IS nmf ti lndr Dawrll tie
20 Mine ti Andtrua Carr Jr. No. 1
21 lam- ti unr No. 2
32 umr ti Joih Wilton
2! uof ti O. O. I.ulfl No. '
21 aam ti lame No. 2
"i aame ti aame Ho.
24 larao ti Ham C. Ilotkfr
:', Mm. ti Mat Itffd No. 1
21 lime ti lame No. 2
2u tame ti Chu Bauchman No. 1
30 tamp Ta aamt No. 2
31 aame ti William Murrar No. 1
32 tame ti lam No. 2
33 tame ti A. Baylor
34 aam ti John lltjtt
35 umr ti (Iro. Harlan
36 umf tc (Iro. grtllra No. 1
37 umr ti aame No. 2
S8 aarar ti lim No. 3
39 umr ti Iwii Humphrrr
40 aamr Ta And Oriilrr
iUt.SPAY Sttond I'ay
41 TUr Com'wlth Kr.. ti Jolift lUnrr
42 ub) t WiUiain Dnnlcan
43 Mtnr ti Jru llrock rtr
44 lamp ti Nrwman l'atton
45 umr Ta (Iro. Walli
4o iNiur v T.h Zlrotrn
47 liior ti Woodi Carprntr-
4S jmr ti Jalr Wallin rlc
4( aamr. va I'm William
50 tamp ti J or llroufhton
51 amr (lrrn Hamford, No. 1
52 aamr ti aamr Nn. 3
Miss- Alma Cosbv
Mis-t Bcssjp Diulinm
Miss Lulu (ov
Mis.s Susie Kobcrts
Miss Sarah Heed
Mis Sadie Anderson
Miss Willie Wilkitisrin
Miss Patsv Kinnaird '.
MisK Sallie Smith K-2
Mis Allelic Bourne
Miss l.illic Ileurv
Miss Stella Sanders ...
Miss- Klsio Mon-ix It-2
Miss ("ntheriiie Walters ....
Miss Marv DuHoti
Mtsh Anna M. F.lkiu
Mis Lettie M. Mclloberts .
Miss Caiiio Anderson
Miss Ehzubetli Ford
Mi-s Jclilllo l.nwieiice
Miss l.orctta Fiitli ,
Miss F.limhcth Tliurie
Miss Mattie Wtltnott
Miss Jewell Fuwicisco
Mrs. r(0 Clunlttell. I.'. I). ..
Miss Annie 1'ollnrd ..
Mi-s Jennie Swooo
Miss Hlinlii'tli Vermillion ..
Mis. Dick Hiiuititon
Jliss Grace Stone
Miss Yiruin Vauarsdale . . , .
Mi-s Ma lira ret Gentiv ....
Miss Louise Gieeu
Miss Minnie Itnv
Miss Adu Weslev
MisH Eliznbeth Portman .,.
Miss Munrnr)'t I.eo Grubbs .
Miss Azile PJam
Aliss Una Overslreet
Miss Mue Cozatt
Miss Lottie Westerfield
Miss Mvrtle Hrown
Miss Marv Lear
v..vr .v a
niait k,v. -
S3 aame ti Wilt Uwii.
54 lame ti Kb Drown etc
55 lame ti J. N. Carter
0 lame ti Jetf Drrant
OnblSARYOU, Monday, Hr$t Dttl
1 OImi k Johnien ti J. O. Watla
2 A. llorlon ti J. U. llnrttog
3 W. It. Itout'i Adm ti William Moreland
4 Hlch.ird Kolry Ta Ira Ixgan
5 II. I). Holtiriaw ti William Cordier
0 I). C. (Iriffin ti J. I., Andrnon
7 Builr Cnflrman ti United Hro ot
S W. C fihinVi ti Cltjr of Stanford
B Crab Orchard Flanking Co, ti A. C.
to J... i:.c.iiu..,i. , c. J. s;.i.: rt No i
11 tymc ti aame No. 2
12 J. II. fplhrcroee ti C. N. O. k T. P. Kr
13 W. O. Walker ti L. k N. Hr. Co.
14 I). ('. Ilur.-hfifU ti Jamra Hotman
IB Krurgrr Hon ti Lincoln Count
10 Annie Jllakrmore ti P. F. Ilolbilt
17 W. M. Inicram ti P. U. Hinri
18 W. K. Ooodr ti C. N. O. T. I Itjr Co.
10 Tutrarora Pertiluer Co. ti ,1. W. Acer
20 llattin Trirphone Co., Ti Cumbrrland
21 I.nrinda Adami ti O. M. Adami No. 1.
22 aame ti lame Ko. 2.
23 aan-r ti aanre No. 3
24 Hail Andrrion ti J. I Carpenter etc
25 Jacob Johmton ti C. N. O. k T. 1. Kr
26 J. W. Oooch. Ijt etc ti lame
27 J. T. Kdwardi etc ti T. B. Edwjrdi rtr
2S Ienrd Krant Ta F. M. Ware
3D I.. U. Oooch k eon ti Hundley Dithon
30 I.ory 8prari ti C. N. O. k T. P. Kr Co
31 J. K. Kuiirlt etc ti V. Bchnttiler
32 Hid Perklm ti !.. k N. It. K. Co
33 Ol'rer Trpewriter Co. Ta C, O. Coker
34 WiUon Alexander etc ti W. E. Keeton
33 K. A. Middlrton ti W. P. Wan
36 Liquid Carbon Co ti Waller Goodman
37 On Hrackelt ra Modern Drotherhood of
38 I'edrral Chemical Co Ta C. K. Brauner
30 aame Ti J. M. Brauner.
40 tame ti J. M. Dre
41 O. T. Proctor ti Weitern Union Tele
43 W. II. Klatn ti J. J. Bimpaon
43 C. O. Boone ra William Ontman
44 O.O. tipeaka ti Citr of Stanford, Kr.
43 Julia loocwili ti Antoni Ronaker.
4R Ororer Kred'ra C.N. O. k T. P. Kr Co
47 J. C. Harea ti W. D. Rom etc
S M. O. Marphr ra Cicero Murpbr
49 J. II. Boone ti Margaret Lynn
K0 J. A. Koblnaon ti L. Je N., K. R. Co.
SI W. U Oiahon'a adm ra I. D. Harner
52 aame ti aame Mo, 2
53 Com'wlth of Kr.. ra International Har-
OSDISAST AITEAKASCES lint Day
1 M. II. Moore etc ra Oeorga Martin etc
2 Kqullable Bank k Truat Co., ti Keed k
3 N. U. Kurgan ti Wilaon Alexander
4 I.uU Mclninrh Ta M. 8. Ruiarll
5 Dan Heater adm. ti C. N. O. k T. P.
C TV II. Tralor'a eaor. ti Alhlock k
7 It. V. Sowderi ti K. L. Sowdera etc
S W. H. Shanki. Kaor. ti Brrrr Howard.
D II. K. Kidwell etc ra. L. k N. Kr. Co. etc
10 The Kire k Hutrhim Cincinnati Co.
ra J. M. KejnoIJa ret
11 Alrin Padgett ra C. N. O. k T. P. Kr
, Co. elc
12 Charb-a Adama ra J. C. Cummini
13 8ame ra Lloyd llrock
1 4 J. K. Banki vi K. 11. Ballard .
13 A. H. A. Wilton ti Dick Kobb etc.
16 (I. 1). Florence adm. ti 8rcuritr Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
lV'rrJnJoy Third Van
1 Lola Sowdcri t Lerl Sowdcri
2 K. C. Martin ti II. II. Martin
3 Larkin Weill rlc ra Marj- L. Carter
4 Arch Britilan Ta Jamri Scanlan
I 1. V. Kobinaon Ta Wraley Pennman etc.
. Anderion Carr Ta J. N. Mrnefrr, Judge
7 V. V. Bobbin vi W, D. KamneJ- elc
5 I). A. Prulit etc ti A. O. Coker etc.
0 J. N. Caa'i ti John Carrilllon etc
Id Janr Hughra ti William Ilughrr
11 Cliarlra Kolblna etc vi (ieorge I'uh
12 Sal.ra P. Ill id rtc ti J. P. Kadi rlc
13 .lutia It. Huffman ti William Huffman.
14 Marr K. Ferrlll ti Mary Jane Ferrill rtc
1 .1. W. Jamei ti A. H. Farria etc
2 M. V. Hitler, admx ti J. It. Buchanan
3 J. T. !. II, iidn. i. Allle M. row.il
4 MjIIihU llnri vk John (Irjy
5 '. II. Carter M William Martin
U II. J. MrKobertl Ta J. H. Jacknian
7 W. L. Wrllrr i. Son yt Jnhu Carprnler
r (I. . insleton M II. II. I.ogan rlr
P Murlln Mcl'ormack vi Kale Olveni
10 Cbai Herd v Annie lajio
11 V. 1). ltari ti Ucie Brarkrtt
12 T. J. Dillard M W. J. Walkti
13 J. M. Phillipi va Joe I'pthegruie
14 V. O. tairlaud a F. M. Ware.
15 M. V. SUIer vi William Cole etc
in Fannie HutrbWou va Kuth Jonei ttc
17 larmtra' Home Ine Co. fa )'. IV llallrr
1R J, l(. Kdinlitun a H. M. .olurr
l" Ann.r Land vi Kiffe k Jonei
2(1 J M. Phillipi vi William Lacker.
21 Anna Napier i Htndler Napier ttc.
22 l'. 8, Fidelity & diiaraiily Co, W. J.
S3 1). M. I.lppa lira, va 1. M. Llppi lira.
21 W. T. Adama' admr vi J. T. Write.
23 Mac Thoiupaon va Berry Howard
2o P P. BUhop ti Joilah BUbop'i, Adm.
27 .'. F. HaiilwooJ ti W. N. Ine etc
28 J. (I. l.n J. P. Hairlwbod
2i Hlate Bank 1 Truit Co. ti Dudley Keed
30 W. 1). Kamy va II. II. Logan
31 W II. Bryan vrKlwood Totten
33 Willow Hprlngi Diiiillcry Co., vi M. L.
33 Moiei btuirli hri. va Moaea Sluarti hra.
34 Mattie Yocum vi O. C. Smith
33 J. It. Cook K. J. Joilln ito
36 O, W. Shellon TI Oeo. Hopkinl
37 K. Wllklnaon vi Beltle. Wllklnaon
ti Oeo. Burton etc ti Jai. Burton etc
3b Tboa Jobnaton ti F. Dithon
40 Sal'le Adami va Oeo. Adami
41 Jimei Foiter ti Bull Foater
43 Oaar Scoll Co., T W, U. DiUioa.
(Continued on last pace)
84 A. A. nneiett ti J. H. Prultl
85 Nannie Rlngteton ti J. Mat Singleton
86 Firit Nat. Bank of Stanford vi U. O.
87 John Johmton ti P. L. F.lim
83 Antonio Mueller ti A. Kllbaua,
89 W. C. Fettui etc ti L. A. Fcltua etc
Oil Orerton Adami ti J, T. Weill
91 Catherine Warren'a hri ti Mary War-
9S H. U. Uorer ti bettie Williami
V3 Joe Payne ti Lucy Payne
94 Minnie Wearer ti Willi Wearer
OS L. Jonei n Jamei Jonei
90 It. II. Wade'a hri ti It. II. Wade' I hri.
07 Mary Bailey ra Charlra Bailey
98 Fannie Burcbett ti Jack Burchett
&9 Alfred Penc Mary B. Warren
1G0 Franela M. Long ti Sarah M. Long.
101 X. M. Oweni ti Truiteei of McKTnney
Vri W. P. Buchanan ti Alice Land etc
103 Kather Y. Bracket! n J. T. Braeketl
104 I-oul.rllle Tin k Store Co., ra Garland
1U3 J. Y. Koblmon n William Lackey
108 Pine Knot Banking Co. ti A. U. Mir-
107 Sallie Stuart re Zaclr Stuart
108 Lou Thurman Ta Jai Thurman
109 I.uta Mclninch TI L. M. Bell etc
110 Ballard k Ballard ti J. F. Oorer
Rendered At Closing Exercises of
Junction City School
Junction City, Ky., May 27.
One of the most successful terms
in the history of the Junction City
Graded School was closed last week,
when commencement exercises were
held Thursday and Friday evenings.
Sunt. Ilreeding has done a great
work this past term and everyone is
well pleased with the progress of
this splendid educational institution.
There were four graduntcs this
year: Misses uertruoe tucnaruson
Anah B. Pruitt, Lucy Hankla nnd
Frnnrp M. Powell. The class colors
were puqde and gold and the class
flower n yellow rose.
On Thursday evening n very plens-
intr little play entitled "At 'the End
of the Itainhow" was presented. It
was a comedy in three acts. Those
taking, part in the play were Frank
Powell. Lewis Alstott, Robert Lingle,
John Burkn, Ivan Moore, Ruth Lin
Kle, Lucy Hankla, Virginia Needham,
Ruth McCollum, Sara Richardson,
Irene Lyons Gertrude Richardson,
Annh Pmitt, and Lula Sewell.
The commencement exercises pro
per were held on Friday evening. An
attractive procram for this occasion
had bene nrrali;ed ,as follows:
Esny The Pannma Canal, Fran
ces M. Powell.
Annual Address Prof. J. C. T.
Presentation of Diplomas Hon.-J.
Benediction Rev. F. D. Pulmeter.
Lnrvo crowds were precut on
both evenings and everyone was
trrently" plwt-ed illi the entertain
ment. The play on Thursday night was
well staged and drew a $G5 house
Hot ween acts the singing of little
MNs Mildred Sweeney, Masters
Stanley Ca'lrou. Herman nnd Chns.
Lyons, the violin solo of Frank Mc
Grnw nnd the "upside down" kids
In ought down the house.
The (. . B. M., and Bible School
Contention of tlie Fifth DHriet,
comprising the counties of Anderson,
Boyle. Mercer nnd Shelby met nt the
ClirUtinn tdiurcli in tliU city on
Tuesday. Several splendid speeches
were made by Mis. I'. 11. Bourland,
of Ilanodburg. Rev. C. E. Powell,
of Danville. Mr. II. V. Smith, of
Ilnrriidxbuig, Mrs. Mary S. Wnldeii,
of Dain-ille nnd M'rt.. S. A. ILirrNoii,
of Lo.iii:t()iu The Bible school
program was curried out in full on
Wedue-dav. MeSnie. J. W. Gaines,
of Lawrentebnrg, V. E. Frazee, of
Loni-ville. It. II Crossfield. of Lex
ington nnd V. J. Claike, making nd
dresscs. On Tuesday evening Rev.
II. V. Elliott, of Sulphur, preached
a strong discourse, taking for his
subject, "Our Debt to Kentucky." A
Mcreopticnn lecture by Mr. V. J,
Clarke, of Loui-ville, closed the
meeting on Wednesday evening.
Rev. Homer Carpenter, of Shelby
Wile, Mopped with Mr. F. T. Burke
hud attended the convention.
Rev. Ellhfit, of Sulphur, was en
teitnined by Mr. and Mrs. William
Trospor while here attending tho
Another story has been added to
tho mill nt Shelby City and it will
be' ready to. run by the first of June.
Mr. Smith a practical miller of
CumpbelUville, will have charge of
Miss Ruth Andrews has returned
to her home in Covington, after a
visit to Miss Ruth McCuIlum.
SOLIDLY FOR McCREARY.
Enthusiastic and Harmonious Coun
ty Convention Saturday In
structs for Champ Clark
Lincoln county democrats did
themselves proud here Saturday af
ternoon, when they selected n dele
gation to the state convention at
Louisville Wednesday which will rote
solidly with Governor McCreary and
his friends in the organization o
the convention and control of the
part'. If there were any present at
the county convention who were op
posed to supporting McCreary, Beck
ham and the state administration,
they kept mighty quiet about it.
Notwithstanding the fact that there
was never at nny stage prior to the
convention, any signs of opposition
to the McCreary program, a. large
number of prominent democrats of
the county telephoned the Interior
Journal before the convention, ask
ing if there was to be any opposition
found to McCreary, and if so they
wanted to know it so that they nnd
a large number of their friends could
come in to vote for a McCreary dele
gation. As it was, with no fight on,
6cvcral hundred prominent demo
crats from all over the county were
present, and gave hearty acquies
cence in the resolutions which in
structed for the Hon. Champ Clark
for president and for McCreary for
chairman of the convention. Hearty
applause was given mention of thei
splendid administration of Governor
McCreary and reference to the
splendid work done in Congress by
Congressman Harvey Helm.
County Chairman Geo. L. Penny
called the convention to order
promptly at two o'clock, and stated
the purpose, under the state call.
Upon motion of S. M. Oweus, of Mc
Kinney, Mr. Penny was placed in
nomination for temporary chairman,
nnd was elected without question. T
J. Hill, Jr., nominated Shelton Sauf
ley for secretary and he was chosen
without opposition. Upon motion of
Prof. J. W. Ireland, the temporary
organization was made permanent.
Col. Samuel T. Harris then offer
ed the following resolutions, which
wore unanimously adopted, and the
convention then adjourned:
We. the democrats of Lincoln
countv. Kentucky, in convention as
sembled. reafCrmintr our alletnance
to the Democratic nartv. the Dartv
of neonle. nnd its imperishable prin
ciples, hereby heartilv endorse, nn
prove nnd commpnd the course of
the Democratic House in C'omrress.
the onlv branch of the Nntional Gov
ernment in control of said nartv. for
the faithful, efficient service ren
dered the people and the nnrtv: we
commend nnd praise the Sppaker.
tho Hon. Chimin Clark, the lpnder
of the maioritv. Hon. Oscnr Under-
woo.l. mill the entire democratic
membership of said House: we point
with pride to the part therein of the
democrntio dele?ntion from Ken
tucky, nnd particularly to tho mark
ed abilitv. fidelity nnd industry
shown liv Hon. Hnrvev Helm, our
own faithful, able and in everv wnv
creditable represent ative.
i We further heartily endr-e nnil
commend the snto mid sane coure
of the Democratic: stnte administra
tion nt Frankfort, under the direc
tion of our wisp, and patriotic irov
ernor. James 11. McCrearv. and we
lurebv instinct our deletrates iinmed
below to vote for him for temporary
ehnirninn of the stnte convention
iet Wednesday, if he is n candi
date for said position.
We further firmlv oppose nnv
I'linnee in the present party law
which would deiuivo the democrats
of the time honored nrivilece of lo
cal selj. iroveriiineiit. or thnt would
provide for the appointment of nnv
committee or committeemen .who lire
now elected, directly or indircctlv.
b the voteis. Wherefore be it
Re-ohed. bv this convention, cnll
cd bvlhe duly authorized nartv
iiuthoiitie-. for tho purpose of elect
inir di'leirntes to the Democratic
State Convention t.) be held in Louis
ville. Kv.. Wednesday Mnv 'J!l. 191'..
that the following; delegates and al
ternates be chosen from Lincoln
Hon. Ilnrver Holm. W. S. Dive. R.
II. Coffev. J. C. Bailev. Shelton M.
.Snuflev. T. S. Itevnolds. S. T. llur
iL. W. G. Gooch. W. B. McKiunev.
T. J. Hill. Jr.. (1. L. Peiiuv. Viriril
McMullin. It. L. Hubble. Walter Me
Kinnev. J. T. Eiubrv Snm Mn-jee. W.
S. Ilurth. Janus N. Cash. II. It.
burnt lev. ('. M. Thomiisiin. iiml tlinv
me hereby nuthoiized ami appointed
to cns ten votes t. whidi Lincoln
tountv will be entitled in the state
convention, and bo it futher
Resolved, thnt the SJllil delei'iilns.
or thoe present, are heiebv instruct
ed and directed to cast the said ten
votes for delegates to the Democrat
ic National Convention to be held ot
Bultimore on June 'J.th. 1012. which
delegates shall be instructed to vote
for Kentucky's sou. the. Hon. Chnmo
Clark, so lontr as his name be before
th said national convention, as
STANFORD BOYS ON
TOP IN CLOSE GAME
Penny Wins Pitcher's Battle From
Lewis in Great Game With
In what was one of the most in
terestinir ball frames seen here thin
season, the Stanford Hieh School
boys defeated the Eastern Normal
team of Richmond last Saturday af
ternoon by a score of 4 to 3.
Tho game was a pitchers' battle
from start to finish. Up to the eighth
inning, each had held the opposing
side to three hits. In the eighth, Pen
ny weakened and allowed the visi
tors to find him safely three times,
nettinz them two scores. But Lewis
also gava down and the home bats
men smashed -safety five times and
won the game with three scores.
Penny struck out twelve men and
Lewis 13. Each gave two bases on
balls and hit two men. The all
around fine work of McCarty at
first for Stanford was one of the
features. He played a brilliant game
on the green. The score:
STANFORD AB R II PO A E
Waters c 4 1 1 13 4 0
Anderson ss ....3 0 0 10 0
McCarty lb ....4 1 2 G 0 0
II. Coleman 2b ..4 1 2 5 3 2
Penny p 2 0 1 0 2 1
Hill 3b 3 0 1 1 1 0"
T. Coleman rf ..3 0 1 1 0 0
Yager If 3 0 0 0 0 0
Coffey cf 3 0 1 0 0 0
Totals 29 4 8 27 10 4
NORMALS AB R H PO A E
Broaddus c 4 2 1 14 2 0
Jordan If 4 0 0 10 0
J. Parks ss 3 0 2 0 1 0
Kendall lb 4 0 1 7 0 0
Walden 2b 4 0 0 0 3 0
C. Parks 3b ....4 0 0 2 1 1
Sharon cf 4 0 2 0 1 1
Lewis p 3 0 0 0 3 0
Kennard rf 1 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 31 3 0 24 11 2
Innings 12345G78 9 T
Stanford-.. 01000003 X--4
Richmond 10000002 03
Summary Earned runs Stan
ford 1, Two base hits McCarty;
left on bases; Stanford 7; Richmond
4; Sacrifice hit Penny; stolen
bases II. Coleman, Penny 2, T.
Coleman, Broaddus 2, J. Tark 2,
Kendall 2, Sharon 1. Passed balk
Waters 1. Hit by pitcher by
Penny J. Parks; by Lewis JIHI and
Terrific Hail in Christian Countv.
Heavy loss was caused bv a hail
nnd windstorm which passed over
the northern end of Christian countv
Monday. The storehouses and dwell
ings nt Mnnninzton were penetrated
bv the enormous hailstones that fell.
In the home of John Lomr. the fami
ly crawled under the beds to escape-
iiniltoues that came through the .
roof nnd ceilimr. A -eitrantic hail-
stone struck Genie Childress on the '
ri'.'ht nrm. ereakimr the bone. Pev
(on Pa ""on ,nd sotno of hN linn-nt
irnctiircd in the same wnv. , num
ber of calves and hoirs wen. killed
bv bcintr struck on the head i.ud
enrdens were ruined. The path of
the storm was about half n mile
wide and five miles lonir.
I have the onlv nirciicr in Lincoln
countv for Tobacco Hail Insurance.
Get niv rates at once. Delavs are
It. M. NEWLAND. Aut.. Stanford.
Weslev Embrv Golnn Great Guns
We-lov Embrv won his second
came in the Blue Grass Lent;uo nt
Frankfort. Monday defeating the
Paris team the rttnnant winners- of A
lust venr bv sc jre of 6 to 2. The
LouisMlle Herald Mini of Ins;
"Kid" Etnbrv. (of Stanford, neaiu '
showed his ability bv holdiinr the
Jienvv liitlius Pnrfs teum to. scatter
ed hilci when hits meant runs. Art
steadv ns clock work when men wen 1
on buses, the voiincnter showed all
the mnheiii) of n veteran. The Paris
team plaved well, but could not hit.'
when men were oil wises.
A flic which stinted in the cloth-
Ins: store of Aaron Davis, caused a .
$75,000 loss at Lebanon Junction
lute, last rndny afternoon. Pructi- I ,
cully all the business section waf
wiped out. An entire block on MaiM
Lir..,.i r ...... i ;..,. ii. r xr .i.,.i ":
piTi ituMimi, iiw 4 m. i.., ucpiaa, jhj
was burned. Two men were vew(
badly hurt. The loss is partly cr-i
rred by insurance. ,
a f.iudidatc for the Demue
nomiiiition for President of
I nited States. And lie it furtrHHV
Kcsolvcuv that oti all other M
iects or iiuetUins uoiuiiiL' lwfurtt i
said stall eoirvciTfifm. (he deWtit
hereby appointed nio instructaw
cast tueir votes ns. in tUeupyi
ineni. is lor ine ue( interest or.
democratic party in tit Mt)
uisuii i. unu uiev nrc lHauraWH
vot as a unit noon kiat
tvhich mav come before' Ut,