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THI WTCmt JfWWAL iTAHMBf . KIMTWCKY. TUCMAV, HPTEWtCW H HI2
...u srcT KkMli In fh StatB.
nvSuuiil i ohIAhigh school, normal uhool
mod School! school of music, commercial school
J. G. LEW 15, rampM, w
What is prettier and- what
is a woman prouder of than a
WELL FORMED FOOT, in a
.well drafted shoe?
We our going to make our
Women's Shoe Department
merit that same reputation for
service and style that our Men's
Shoes have all these years.
We are showing today Wo
men's footwear in pricesirom
$1.50 to $5, from an old lady's
4-inch top house keeping shoe
to a 16-inch button boot, in
heavy leather for the mud, in
Vici, Velvet, Patent Leather,
Gun Metal, Buckskins, for the
house and street.
Hose to match these shoes
at 10c, 25c, 50c and $1 a pair
and we think them a little bet
ter, quality than you usually
H. J. McROBERTS
The Farmer's Friends
Superior and Peoria Grain Drills
Call and see the new stock
BHEtTON H. BAUrLKT-
1 A TEAR 8TR1CTLT IH ADVANCE
KnUrtA at roft el lnord at ttf
end clan mall ml(r
For rrtiUtnt WOODHOW WILSON,
for V. I'm T1I0S. K. MARSHALL
Tor Conri 1IAKVEY II ELM
For tWIVi Affir E. V. rURIEAR
For Urcull Clr J. P. 110LDAM
for ilnjiilraff W. M. FIELDS
for UnoMltaU M. C. JJEWLAND
Th onnonnffrtifnti In this column r nt
cindldatei lor offlc. tubjtct to the ction ol
th Dtmocnlle primary No nnronrMiiiti
will be mtdr, nnl paid (or In dnct
M. B. BAUdllMAN
11. V. 01VKXS
J. U. WEAT1IKKF0RD
T. J. HILL
For Comfy JuJsi
T. A. RICE
M. F. NORTH
WILLIAM II. HESTER
V. A. CARSON
V. U RECK
8. M. OWENS
R. II. BRONAUOII
P. 0. eANDIDGE
J. H. llOONE
V. T. GARNER
William C. Lonp,
We have the following bnrRains to offer, if sold within the
Overland, Model CO, fully equipped, used n short wbHe as a de-
monstrator. Cannot be told from a new car, $1,100.
Overland, Model 01, fully equipped, same as new $M
Overland, six cylinder, 4uborse power fully equipped SCoO.
Stearns, 7 passencer. new body, new top and windshield, eitra
casine $700. ... ,
Mitchell, Model K 30 horse power, 5 passenger, fullv equipped
and new tire in rear $500.
Owland, Model 41, 40 horse power, newly painted, new top,
with full equipment $600 . .
flupiKle. delivery truck, 800 lb .capacity, just the thin for
ffiCSnSnstf& takinK second band cars in trade for new
o. Let usTave your wants. Our 1013 line of new cars will
bt ready 'tMdmonitrate, by August 20th.
JNO. 0. REID, Sales Agent,
FOR THE JUMCLAt AUT0M0IILE CO.. CINCINNATI, 0.
Is Bradley The Neqroes' Friend?
The most remarkable utterance
we lmve beard of beinj; delivered in
the campaign in Kentucky so far
vn that of Senator Uradley at
Lexington last Saturday when he
said that ho hoped all the negroes
who vote fw Koo-evelt will be put
back into slavery. Ever t-inee the
war the leaders of the republican
party lmve been setting themselves
uo ns the only true friend of the
negro, nntl they have generally
been able to do ns tlicv pleased with
the colored brother when election
time came around, by appealing to
him upon this basis. Now when they
see a large number of that race leav
ing the old party for Roosevelt and
for Wilson, they show just ' how
much they have really thought of
the nccro all the time. The mask
is torn off. He is all right as long
as they can use him, but ns Sena
tor Bradley says, when tbev can't
use him longer, why, he should be
put back into slavery. Wonder
what kind of a friend the negroes
will regard a man nnu n narty who
expresses such n sentiment about
them? The white democrats of the
south are the bet friends the ne
gToe. have ever had, and they are
now beginning to find it out. "
Time For the Farmers' Inninqs.
One of the most effective speeches
thnt has been delivered by Governor
WiUon during the enrapaign was
that at the farmers' picnic at Wash
ington Park, New Jersey. It was
especially prepared for the farmers,
ho the Governor showed never oc
cupied the center of the stage m
politics, and weie little considered
in legislation. The farmers have
demanded no protection, .but every
thing they buy is protected by n
heavy tariff which in most cases
crocs' into the pockets of the trusts
instead uf helping to pay the ex
penses of the Government. When
tariff bills are considered it is the
interests that ask to be heard.
ho over thought ol the farmers
asking to be heard?
"It is time," aid Governor Wilson
"for you to break into your own
houso and live there. I want you to
examine very eiitienllv the tenants
who have been occupying it. It N a
A WARNING TO MANY
Some Interestinq Facts. Repardlna
Tew people realize to what extent
their health depends upon the con
dition of the kidneys.
The physician in nearly all cases
of sciious illness, makes a chemical
analysis of tho patient's urine. He
knows that unless the kidneys are
doing their work properly, the other
organs cannot bo brought back to
health and strength.
When tho kidneys are neglected
r niiiic.il in nnv wav. serious re
sults are sure to follow. Accordiug
to health statistics, Brigut's disease
which is really an advanced form of
kidney trouble, cnused nearly ten
thousand deatlis nr iviv, in tue
ttnfn nf Now York alone. There
fore, it behooves us to pay more at
tention to tlie lieaitn oi tuese most
An ideal compound that has bad
remarkable success t as a kidney
lemedy is Dr. Kilmer Swaiap-Root
the great kidney, liver and bladder
The mild arid healing influence or.
this preparation is soon realized. It
stands the highest for its remarka
ble recoid of cures.
If you feel that your kidneys re
quire attention, and wish a sample
bottle, wiito to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, If. Y. Mention this pa
per and they will gladly forwavd it
to you absolutely free, by mail.
Swamp-Root i sold by every
druggists in bottles of two sies 50c
You Are Invited to a
The eKlI Range
aid an Exkibitki of Cooking in Paper Bags.
GpH. r jjj'lB rssgPsB-H
You will under
stand how much
means when you
sec the Range. It
The Best Looking
The Best Baker
The Most Durable
If you buy one of these Ranges
during the week of this exhibit,
we will make you a present of a
set of high grade cooking ware,
including four large pieces of
Pure Aluminum. This offer is
good for this week only, and is
a rare opportunity. Be sure and
take advantage of it.
Tho Exhibition ot Cooking in Paper Bats
Will Intinit Yiu.
Sept. 30 to Oct. 5, 1912
Geo. H. Farris,
ery big houe nnd very few people
have been hing in it."
This good ndviee to the farmers
ts applicable 10 an ciaes uiai uaw
received little con-uleration at the
bands of the Kopublicnns. There
"ecniN to be a general deire for n
house cleaning, ami it will come in
November, if every Democrat does
bis duty as we are sure they will do
when they havo such an excellent
chance to pet poesMOii of the
Government, which the Republicans
have so long mismanaged.
Your Paper May Stop Next Week
Quite a number of I. J. sub-crib
crs may be surprise,! next week if
their papers fail to come ngniu. All
ulinsn sulKcrinlions cxiiir in Sep
tember have been notified by letter
of that fact, so thev will be able to
renew before the end of the month.
Oil the 1st of October all of tho-e
whoe tune cxnired in September
and who have failed to lenow bv
f-endms a dollar, will be cut off the
II t - Tho I. J. U belli" i-iindilcted
now on n strictly cn-h in ndvance
b.T-i. and i nordcr to keep it coming
it inut be paid for regularly and in
Peliarjra at Coleman's Town?
A dipateh from I'inevillc says:
A report from Frankfoit stating
that several enes of pellagra bad
been discovered in the I'incviUc
school is without basis. There i not
n ease of pellacra within the city
limits of I'mcMlle and the school
board there is ery anxious that
this report be corrected. It. II. How
ling who is said to have sent the
report to Superintendent llninlett, is
a teacher in the school nt Cary, a
mining camp several miles from
I'inevillc, aiil it is thought thnt the
report referred to the Cary school
as it is reported thnt several ease
. a nntl tit twr Ttt) nin n llfl Vn llPrfttl 1 ml III I
j among ehildien in the Cary mining
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fiiinii ii j iii !iy in. ji ....--
man. of Stanford. hn the head
quarters for his extensive mining
There will be n free lecture nt the
Christian church 1'iiday evening,
Sept. '27, by It. S. Wilson a leturned
ii i-sioimrv from Ii.ilinco, Africa. He
will in nddition to the lcctuio display
a gient collection of curios. Every
one cordially inuted, especially the
Farm for &ale!
If You Are Looking
for a farm priced right (for immediate sale)
Don't oyerlook this; G-room frame dwelling
with well at door and never- failing spring
50 yds distant. 150 acres in grass, 50 acres
young timber; new wire fence; new stock
barn; new tobacco barn, 3Gxl20 feet.
Ideal for grain, hay, tobacco and stock;
abundance of water; fruit trees; in good
neighborhood, on turnpike, about 2 1-2
miles from R. R. station and good town
with graded school, churches, etc. 1-2 mile
from district school. Fall seeding privi
lege and possession January 1, 1913.
For further information, address,
"T, care of INTERIOR JOURNAL,
Old in Age But Modern in Ways
The FIRST NATIONAL IUNIC, of Stanford h tho oldest Insti
tution in this section of the stntc, having been organized March 0,
3854. A hank to hare stood the panics that havo occurred in tho
past oS yenra must bo nil right. This bank today is stronrcr and
belter than it ever was.
AYlTilo old in ngo it H modern in method. Our pntrons, nnd
they arc many, will testify to the fart that wo tako caro of thcra
in a mnniicr both plensing and satisfactory.
Your patronngo is respectfully asked. Remember our pledge
of courteous treatment nnd honorable dealings.
Our directory inclndes sonic of tho most prominent business
men nnd farmers in this section of the county. Try ns.
J. S. HOCKER, rVes. H. C. IAUGHMAN, Cashier.
S. T. HARRIS, Vice Pres... W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. B-Keeper.
J. R. HARRIS. Bookkeeper.
Headquarters for Tablets,
Pencils and Ink
LLSAMRS, Crab Orchard, Ky.
Just for the
I Timely talk on seasonable toilet goods is not
j amiss. Our stock comprises all the needed
I and desired toilet helps the necesssities and
the luxuries. ,
We sell every known toilet preparation for woman,
miss, child, infantpowders, creams, toilet waters,
bath goods and sachets.
Of perfumes wc have a particularly excellent line:
all the newest floral odors and combinations, as well
as the old favorite real flower odors.
For the newest and best of any toilet article or per
fume, come here first you won't waste time.
At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store.
for Boys and Girls.
Parents, it will pay to look
at our line before baying. We
have been selling shoes for 35
years. Why not profit by our
W. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky
We have just re
ceived our Fall shoes
in Patents, Vicis,
Velvets, Gun Metals
Etc. We handle the
famous May Man
ton line. You will
find no better in
quality and style at
Hughes, Martin & Co.
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