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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1911,
Young and old have
them. Some abuse them.
They get tired, starved.
SYMPTOMS: Lou of
sleep and appetite, in
eventually wrecked con
stitution. Alcoholic remedies
soothes and nourishes,
feeds the nerves. A
natural nerve-food, con
taining the salts of Hypo
phosphites, Iodine and
FALL AND WINTER STYLES.
My new fall and winter samples
are now ready for your Inspection.
They comprise the best on the market
can suit anyone as to price who had
his clothes made U order. A suit
made to your measuie is preferable
to ready made clothes. To have them
made to moasure doesn't cost any
more than ready made when Quality
andiflt Is considered. Come In and
let me take your measure.
H.iC. RUPLEY, Toe PracUcal Tailor
jj After exposure, nnd when you feel
a cold coming on, take Foley's Honey
nnd Tnr Compound. It checks nnd
relieves. Use no substitute. Tb.2
genuine in a yellow package always.
bhugnrs and Tanner.
fiiE Inferior Journal
HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher
(1 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
Entered at tho rostoftlco at Utan
lord as second class mall.
for Governor Jamea U. McCreary.
r'or J.louL governor 13. J. McUonnctt
For Treasurer Thos. 8. Uhea.
for Secretary of State C. b Croce-
''or Attorney General James GarncU,
For Auditor II. M. Rmwnrlb
tor Stnto Superintendent or Schools
Fo Commissioner Agriculture J. V.
Fo, Clerk Court of Appeals 11. I..
For Hntronxl Oommlssloncr V. F.
For Circuit Judgo Charles A. Har
din. Ff Kcprcsontntivc W. II. Sliunks.
THE TEMPERANCE PEOPLE
BEGIN TO SUSPECT 0' REAR.
Twist nnd turn ns ho may, Judge
O'Henr has not been nblo to cscnpe
rcspoiifciliility for tho charge tumid
by him in his speech nt Lexington, itnent of McCulloeh President of tho
Leslie Combs formerly minister
to Peru, nnd one of tho strongest
nnd cleanest Hepiililicnns in tho
State, says Hint he heard O'Kcnr's
(peach nt Lexington, nnd Unit it
his impression nnd the impression ot
everyone ele nenr him, that Hrndhy
was the man referred to, nnd be
lieving that to he so, he upplnmled
Like ccry other chnrgo thnt has
been proven ngninM Judge O'ltcnr
in his campaign, he 1ms attempted
to ciawl out from under. He is
feeling tho effects of his npprnval
jot Hrndley at tho TStnto Convention
The temperance people rightly re
gard Hrndley ns the worst foe their
cause has ever had in Kentucky.
They know his nsocialiotis; they
beliue that he is (he beneficiary of
the whisky lobby's work nt Frank
fort; they are confident thnt ho did
everything in his power to prevent
the extension ot the county unit,
after he had been elected to the Sen
ate by the vote of bolting Democrats
closely allied with the "whisky lob
by." They are asking Judge O'Kcar to
explain his friendshiti and affection
for lira (I ley, and they do not see how
he can pretend to be the bitter neiny
of tho whisky interest when he re
lies on the biiport of a man like
D rod ley.
In addition to tins tho appoint
before tho Hcpublienn .Convention
was held, in which he intimated that
llradley had been elected by a "cor
rupt lobby." Ollie James has' asked
him to name tho man who was in
volved in that scandal. JK'sha
Breckinridge, Editor of the Lexing
ton Herald, telegraphed him if ho
referred to Bradley, nnd if not, to
whom did ho referf After ninny
days of unguish O'Rcar finally re
plied thnt he referred to tho elec
tion of Cerro Gordo Williams, nnd
thnt ho did not havo Senator Braille
in mind nt all. It hnppcus that
when Williams was elected Judge O'
Rcar was n boy 15 years old, but he
says that the scandal of that con
test made such nn impression on
FREE SAMPLE CURED OLD
One of the most remarkable proofs of
the unusual laxative merit contained in
Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin is that It la
effective not only In people In the prime
of life, but at the extremes of axes. As
many letters are received from mother
reamrdlnr the cures ot children, as from
men and women of sixty, seventy and
eighty years of ace. It must be truly a
la the cure of constipation and bowel
trouble in old people It has no equal. It
corrects the constipation, dispels the head
ache, biliousness, gas, drowsiness after
eating-, etc. People advancing; In years
should see to It that their bowels move
freely, and If they do not to take Dr.
Caldwell's Srrup Pepsin. Tou can pro
Ions; your lire by healthy bowel action.
Cloned bowels Invite disease. Women
about to pass the menstrual period cannot
do better than use Syrup Pepsin several
times a week until the system has set
tled to Its future condition.
Among the strongest supporters of Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin are Mr. W. G.
Zom of New Decatur, Ala. and Mr. George
a Spauldlns of the National Soldiers'
Home, Kansas, both elderly men. The
regular stse bottles can be bought ot any
drug-gist at fifty cents and one dollar, but
a free sasaple bottle can be had by send
ing; your address to the doctor.
Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the
purchase of his remedy ends his obli
gation. He has specialized In stomach,
liver and bowel diseases for over forty
years and will be pleased to give the
reader any advice on the subject free
ot charge. All are welcome to write
him. Whether for the medical advice
or the free sample address him Dr.
VT. B. Caldwell, m Caldwell building;,
Distillers' Association, has about
convinced the Temperance clement
that Judge O'Rear is rapidly getting
into ery bad company. When he
accepted the contributions of tho
President of one of the biggest
whisky concerns in the state, they
are afraid that his platform preten
sions arc mere -sounding brn-s and
"Kldcr" Kd Hubbard says ho
stands for a law which will pay men
$1 a day for work on the county
roads and also for pay for boys to
work the roads. Wo advise him to
look up the law a little moro close
ly before he ndopts catchy planks m
ids platform in na effort to win
votes. Section 430S of the Ken
tucky Statutes now says: "The
fiscal court in its discretion may pay
the hands ordered lo work on the
roads a reasonable compensation
per day for nil or any part of their
labor." So that tho law Hubbard
wants is already on the statute books
and it is now up to the fiscal court
of Lincoln county to pay the road
hands, if it so desires. And as the
fiscal court is at present republican
perhaps, Mr. Hubbard might be able
to get them to do something for the
men who work the road.
Take Your Common Colds Seriously
Common colds, severe nnd fre
rpient, lny the foundation of chronic
diseased conditions of the nose and
throat, and may develop into Lron
chhitis, pneumonia, nnd consumption
For all coughs nnd colds in ohildrcn
an din grown persons, take Foley's
Hpney nnd Tar Compound promptly.
Shugars and Tnncr.
There li one man in the United State who he perhipi heard
more women's eecreti than any other men or woman In the
country. These tecreti are not secrets of itnilt or shame, hut
the terrets of suflrin, and they have been confided to 1C
It. V. I'icrce In llie hope and expectation ot aihieo end help.
That few ol thete women havo been dinppointrd in llieir ex
pectation! it proved by the fact that ninety-eilit per cent, of
oil women treated by Dr. Tierce lime been absolutely and
altogether cured. Such a record would be remarkable i( the
cues treated were numbered hy hundreds only. Hut when
that record applies to the treatment o( more than lislt-a- mil
lion women, in a practice of over HO years. It is phenomenal.
nnd entitles Dr. fierce to the gratitude accorded him by women, at the first ot
specialists In the treatment of women's ditcascs.
Hvery sick womm mry consult Dr. Pierce hy lettrr, absolutely without
charge. All replies aro mailed, seated in perfectly plain envelopes, without
cny printiiif! or nihcrtislng wlmtetcr, upon them. Write without (ear at with
out fee, to WorU's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. K. V. Pierce, Prcst.,
lluQalo, N. Y.
mi. riurecE'S favoritf, rnnHcniPTioN
"-"wj "C7"ols. VCoxuou. filtx-oai.,
Ctlolc TTToniou "Voll..
More noon's for less money. Now is the time that every one has to liuy
some FALL and WINTER GOODS, we have them. Clolhlnq. Cloaks un
derwear, outlnn cloth, dress qoods of all kinds, roat sweaters, blank
ets and shoes for nil the family. Come and let us make vju some prices
that will make you open your eyes.
L. L. SANDERS
Here To Be
your physician has pre
scribed a medicine for you to
take, the next important step is to
have that prescription placed In the
hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent
nharmaclst so it will bo compounded exactly as
directed. We have gained nn enviable reputation
for always being very careful and painstaking In
our compounding and feel that, In nil justice to your
own good health, you should bring your next prescrip
tion hire. Here, too, you will find n complete and in
viting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps,
perfumes, toilet preparations nnd all standard remedies.
For interior decorating; wo carry and recommend
ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coating. Call
and see samples of tints and ask us about it.
PENNY'S DRUG STORE.
We are now showing" the
handsomest overcoat sto ck
we have ever carried.
Our $10, $15, $20 and $25
Long Rain Coats are as good as
themarket affords. We are al
so showing the new handsome
at $17.50 and $20. A medium
length tan and greycoat at $20
and $25 are very dressy and
our Black Silk Lined, Silk Fac
ed Coat at $25, is simply a
beauty. Come in and look at
H. J. McRoberts
j o o o 0
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Reminds us that we will have to have
some more new- clothes, and we want
to remind you that our Fall Line Is
the best that you ever saw.. We are
selling them at prices so low that
you will wonder how it can be done
..All wool suits from $15 to $30...
Can tit you at anv price as we
are selling about 200 suits at half
price In order to make room tor our
big fall line.
The home of Hart Schaffner &
Marx all wool Clothes
CuiDiDii? & Weareo,
By virtue of Execution No. 584 di
reeled to me, which issued from the
clerk's offlco of tho Lincoln Circuit
court, of Kentucky, in favor of J. V.
Aleorn-and against D. V. Dunn, nnd
which execution is for the sum of
twenty-llvo ($25) with 0 per cent in
terest there on annually from the
10th day of September, 1880, till
paid, and the further sum of $7.03
costs and the further cost of this
action, I, or one of inj deputies, will
on November, 13th, 1911, being the
first day of the regular November
11)11 term of the Lincoln County
Court, between the hours of 10 A M.
and 2 1. M., at the court house door
in Stnnford, Lincoln county, Ken
tucky, exposi! to publio Palo to the
highest bidder, nt public outcry, tho
interest of said D. V. Dunn in tbo
property hereinafter described, lor
so much of his said interest as may
lie necessary to satisfy the said J.
V. Alcorn's debt, inteiest nnd costs
and which interest is of the snid D.
V. Dunn's in tho property hereafter
described, is an undivided one-third
interest in said property, Hiibject to
the dower cstato of Mrs. M. M. Dunn
which property is a certain tract of
land Jyinf,' in the west end of Liu
cola county, Kentucky, on which tho
mucI Mrs. M. M. Dunn now resides,
thus described: Hexiniiini; ut a stone
in the Joseph Coffey line, thence
hoitth 80 west 14 poles to the Cof
fey cornel', south 24 west 0 poles 18
links to a piuoak, corner to same,
KHit'i ? u"t 7.1 ulfi 7 links lo a
Htono in a ditch of dim county road
in the llnuhel Carpenter lino; thenco
her line south 24 west 85 poles to a
stone near a branch; thence up the
branch north fi west 101 poles to a
stone nenr a branch; tlienco up Hie
branch not tit 3 west 101 poles to
tho boinunui!!, nnd contuinme; 0-1
acres, U roods nnd 27 poles of laud.
Terms of Sale Salo will be. made
nn a credit of three (U) mouths,
tno purchaser to give bond to tho
said J. W. Alcorn, with upproud
security for tho purchase money,
bond to bear interest nt 0 per cent
untill puid, from day of sale, bavin;;
tbo forco nnd effect of a replevin
bond. Tbw 18th day of October,
: Just A Reminder
That our shoe stock is now complete and
that 35 years of sincere effort to know good
shoes and own them at the right prices are
back of them, buying direct from the
manufacture as we do you get the benefit
of the middle man's profit. You'll certain
ly do yourself a good turn by looking at
Z W. E. Perkins,
TEE NEW PEORIA-A Success -
We sold last year several New Peo- '
ria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested 1
in every way. The new Disc Furrow
Opener followed by a shoe enables you
to deposit gram in the furrow at a uni
form depth. The drills have proven a
success and we recommend them. Call
and get circulars and become posted.
W. H. Higgins.
Come to Louisville at Our Expense
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 transfer desk, South
End of building first floor, and we will refund to you 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 EARTH. EMBRACES THE STLLE, COMFORT, MATERIAL AND
FINISH TO BE FOUND IN A MUCH HIGHER PRICED SHOE. ' n,tn""- "nu
ALL LEATHERS, ALL STYLES, ALL SIZES
AND CAREFUL ATTENTION.
-ONE PRICE. WRITE TODAY. YOUR ORDER WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
"Her Majesty" shoes are the best for the reason that the leathers, materials and workmanship are .all of the best and selected
"HER MAJESTY" Sold Exclusively by Stewarts.
Autumn And Winter Styles.
Stylish tans, suedes, dull calf, patents and kid leathers. Fabrics are black satin, velvet and cravenettes. Medium cut button pat
terns are used featuring the popular liltih toe stub last effects. The more conservative shapes If desired. Prices $3.00.