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THE IWTEWIOW JOURNAL. TANF0B. KENTUCKY. T1IPMMV. nr.TOHEW 24. till.
Any Question Or Information On
Insurance We Cheerfully Give.
And You Will In Return Receive One Of The Handsomest 1912 Calendars
't" .jywiii n i w
" PROTECTION "
We Write All Classes Go Anywhere
Event of loss
6ire to pay
-- OF - ', '
No delay nor
Sixty days' wait
Until you get GAINES ,
Never fail to pay
Cash in case ot loss
Eventually. - Why not now?
The Interior Journal.
HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,.. .-Publisher
II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
Entered at the rostotfice at Stan
ford aa second class mall.
, Democratic Ticket.
For Governor James B. McCrcary.
yor 1-leut, governor E. J. McDennctt
For Treasurer Taos. S. Knea.
For Secretary of State C. F. Crece-
For Attorney Uoneral James Garnett.
For Auditor II. M. Boswnrrb
ir'or State Superintendent or Schools
for Commissioner Agriculture J. W.
For Clerk Court of Appeals K. L.
For Railroad Commissioner V. F.
For Circuit Judge Cbarlea A. Har
din. Fo Kenrosentative W. II. Shanks.
Wherever Ollio James has spoken
he has (-rented the greatest en
thusiasm, mid the crowds that have
come to hear him have been number
ed by the thousands. His arraign
ments of the Republican party and
its President for their failure to live
up to their platform pledges, has
been received with the greatest favor
The people nro eager to hear the
fullcbt discussion of uationnl ques
tions, nnd Mr. James has coercd
the ground in a most eloquent and
convincing way. Nothing is surer
than Unit the next Legislature of
Kentucky will be Democratic, mm
that Ollic James will ervo tho sis
ycuin' term in thn United Stttes
Hon James (Jaruett ii .proving n
tower of strength to the party, not
only in the Eleventh District, where
his following iimong both Democrats
and Republicans h very large, but
in rvery other section, of the state.
He is recognized as u man of loyal
ty and proved ability mid a ninn of
tiio highest personal integrity Tho
office ho socks is one of tho mos
Important in tho Mute, and the De
mocrats nro lortunute to Iiuv as
their candidate n ninn of Jim flat
nelt's standing nnd talents.
Tlint "double cos" was working
overtime on last Saltiidtty. For fur
ther explanations we refer to eoituiii
Tim vonr bonk of the Eastern
Klntn Vnrmnl snlinnl lit lliehraond
hns just been issued, nnd like every
thing else with which President J.
(J. Crnbbe, has to do, it is first class
in every particular. Tho Year Book
gives a delightful insight into the
great work that is being done iy
the Knstern Normal. More (strength
to the arm of its able president.
Elder Ed. Hubbard manifested n
sudden change of heart last Satur
day when he switched to support of
tho county unit lull upou becoming
the republican nominee for the legis
lature. Wonder how umuy of
the real temperance voters ate go
ing to believe that such a sudden
"conversion" is thoroughly sincere!
A Bovlo countv iurv did its duty
well when it sentenced Jolm Boar-
inan, of Marion county, to death for
un assault upon Miss .Minnie. Lamb.
Clurence Alford, lus cousin, wuoa
sisted in the crime, is yet to be
McKINNEY TEACHERS' MEETING
The following is a program of the
Teuchen.' Meeting to bo held at
McKinney, October 28th, 1011. Be
ginning at 2 o'clock.
2. Devotional Exercises.
a. Welcome Address, Cyrus John
son. 4. Response Mrs. Woolford.
3. Value of Litcraturo and
School. Prof. S. S. Robinson.
G. Demonstration of number
work in a primary class. Miss Mndii
Butler, alternate Miss Bogle.
7. Method of discipline. Iv. Q.
Discussion Rev. Palmeter.
Necessity of Sanitation. Dr. T.
Discussion. Mr. Herbert Reynolds
DEATH OF MRS. RICE
Mrs. Elizabeth Rice, widow of tho
Into llenrv (.'. Rice, died at thu homo
of her son Emerson, in Livingston,
Sunday the 22, at 8:1.") A. M., of u
complication of diseases. Tho re
mains were brought here Monday
morning and buried in Buffalo ceme
tery tit 10 A. M. Brief servi"cs were
conducted o or the body at the Y-T-anda
Hotel by Rev. J. J. Dickey, und
concluded at, tho grave. Mrs. Rico
is survived by two sous, (Jims, mid
Emerson Rice, of Livingston. Mu.
W. M. Field of tlis county is a
niece of the deceased. Six grand
sons acted as pall bearers, Mrs
Rice was a native of Ilumilton coun
ty, 0., but her husband and f.nnilv
removed to Kentucky years ago. She
was a mot estimable lady.
e'll Go Your Bond,
e Protect The Wife and
e Rebuild your Home
e Care fr you when sick
e come when you are
So do not forget us.
e won't forget you.
"Mutt and Jeff at the opera
house Tuesday night.
William Owens began a singing
school at Mt. Zion on Snturday ev
ening October 21. Lena Noakes und
children of Owensboro are visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant
Brown. Joe and Etta Delaney ot
Lancaster are the guests of A. II.
Noakes this week.
Rev. Morgan filled his regular ap
pointment at this place on Saturday
and Sunday last. Rev. lliggins wilt
preach lure on the 1st Sunday in
One of the largest tomatoes rais
ed in this section, was ruised by
Bryant Brown. It was a red tomnto
weighing two pounds and u half
You bet it swas n beauty.
A beet raised by Mrs. Richard
"I won ashamed of my face." write
Miss I'lckard or North Carolina. "It
van all full of plmrlex nnd curn. but
nfter UBlng 13. I). V. Prescription for
i:czema I can say that now there la
no sign of that liczema and that was
three years nuo."
Thin la liut one of tlisuKinda of caws
la which D. 1. D. ho niroply washt
awuy the skin trouble. 1). I. 13.
cleanses the Hkin of tho term of I;o
zema, 1'sorlanlB and other eerlous skin
dlKeases; stops thu Itch lnntantly, ana
when lined with I). P. I), eonp tho cure
reem to lie iermancnt. Nothing llko
V. 1). I. for the complexion.
Trial bottle SB cent, enounh to
prove tho merit of this wonderful rein
We can nlno Rive you a full Uo
bottle for 11.00 on our absolute pilar
anteo that If thin very first bottle falls
to give you relief It will cost you noth
ing. Slmqars & Tanner. Druggist?.
Wt are In position to do all klndi o( oon
cretlug, such us ItlocK Work, i'nvmenli
and. la Int't. ww can make any thlK from
bouse down to uftmce Ht. We can itrvf
yon promptly and eunrnnteu nrt-cli
work and maturlal. Uall and Kt our prtovi
before you buy your materia! at least.
But We Paid His Wife and Children His
Policy In Full. Ate You Insured?
Don't Dilay. Terms Easy.
Elder was a long red beet .weighing
live pounds and n half. This beet
made cuom;h to can one gallon of
Born, to the wife of Theodore Bog-
"Molly thinks it is possible to
train a husband to perform many
useful feats, but ono of the most
difficult is to teach him to buy econ
omically for the household. I just
write a note, send my husband to
Coffey & Coleman's nnd bnck comes
just what I ordered nnd just how
I want it."
COFFEY A COLEMAN,
hn 190. .. Prompt Delivery.
Purchase a round trip ticket from your home to Louisville, when you have
completed your shopping in this store, take your return ticket and your sales
checks, which are given you with each purchase to the transer desk, South
End of building first flooivand we will refund to vou in cash 5 per cent of your
total purchases up to the amount of your round Irip railroad fare.
Shoe Week For Our Mail Order Customers.
FEATURING "HER MAJ ESTY" THE BEST $3 SHOE ON E ARTH. EMBRACES THE STLLE, COMFORT MATERIAL ANil
FINISH TO BE FOUND IN A MUCH HIGHER PRICED SHOE. "iruni, iyiaiuiial AND
ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES, ALL SIZES ONE PRICE. WRITE TO-DAY. YOUR ORDER WILL RECEIVE ppompt
AND CAREFUL ATTENTION. ncucivt ntUMFI
"Her Majesty" shoes are
"HER MAJESTY" Sold Exclusively Ijy Stewarts.
Autumn And Winter Styles.
Stylish tans, suedes, dull calf, patents and kid leathers. Fabrics are black satin, velvet and cravenettes. Medium cut button naf
terns are used featuring the popular hiiih toe stub last effects. The more conservative shapes If desired. Prices $3.00.
THE STEWART DRY GOODS CO.,
' "None Better"
Few As Good Old And
er- a fine girl nntiicd Li.zie F.stes.
Born, to the wife of W. I J. Kldcr
a line hoy named Cecil.
U'c are having a very nice Sab
bath school here and large attend
ance, but we shall soon close out
owing to cold weather.
T. L. Bryant lias gone to Co. bin
to work at the carpenter's trade.
His wife will soon go to join him
there. They will be' greatly missed
tluimghnut this section. .
A. A. Wren and .Mr. Hopper are
doing a lot of fine saVuig now.
Iheo Rogers lio.hu, been ill for
many weeks is able to ho.ahofit again
his liieniN will ih glad to know.
Hverxbody in the knobs are fight
inir bitterly ubtiint tho liiky and
stock law. Kvcry mother, ctery
wife and every hister might to speak
agaiiM the open saloon, for it makes
many a sad and wrecked home and
viiiim-s ninny it mother's heart to
ache as night comes on and boy is
out somewhere in a saloon breaking
his good mother's and father's
hearts. Kvcry man and boy that is
old enough to cast is vote ought to
vote on the election today and say
by that vote we will have no open
saloon. Ah, but little does the young
boy think when ho entets the saloon
ami takes the first dram, whero it
the best for the reason that the leathers, material; and workmanship
In A Class tof Ourselves.
Like We Advertise
A Live Wire Representative.
Farm Business Installment Plan.
may lead hint to. It nm load Jun
to a drunkards' graw; not onlv to
a drunkard's grao but lo a cikIK'-s
hell. So old men, young mi-n and
bos, think of this and neer take
the social dram and you will be a
useful character in this life.
We are so glad to know, that Mr.
Herman Smith, who has been veiy
low with typhoid fever, is recovering
Mr. Kdgnr Vect and .Misses Annie
May Vf-t ami Krankie Smith, of
near KuighVille, were the attractive
guests of Miss Mnltii. Mho I'ln.-.l
Inst week. Mr. and .Mr. Barker,
were (he ime-ls f Mr. and .Mrs.
1 1. B. Flojd first of the week.
Miss Mattic .M. Floyd, wns in Hus-
CASH FOR ACCOUNTS AHD NOTES
comes easily and direct when you place them with us
for collection. Wo make collections ami ok after
claims anywhere in the I'litied Slates and Canada,
and make no charge unless w collect. Bank reference.
MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY, Somerset,
toimlle this week. There were quitn
a number present at the houe .irt
on the 13th given by Mr. ind Mrs.
II. B. Floyd, in honor of their lugh
ler. Miss Mattio Flojd. Among thoso
pre-rut, "'ere Mr. Kdgnr Ve-I, Miss
Frankie Smith. .Mr. Virgil Kstes,
Misa Dora Montgomery, Mr. Walter
Siins,Mis Knitiia Montgomery. Mr.
Kdgnr Smith, Mr. Krni-.t Ctc.
MiMKrs Clo.vd and John eley Mv
liiiiuch. Mism Jennie Di-hoii has liecu on
I he ick list for a few dnv. Mr-.
Belle l'lovd has bct-u eounncd to
her room for a few da, though
she is miprovimr.
Our Suiidav rln.(i is still prngrcs
sing nicely. Kvcr.vbody is invited to
come out and be with us,
are .all of the Lest and selected
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