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The interior journal. (Stanford, Ky.) 1912-1984, October 04, 1912, Image 2

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Men's Work
Shoes
It does not matter much if your feet
get wet along those hot summer days,
but when the chill and cold comes you
must keep them as near dry as possible.
While there is not a leather shoe made
under the sun that is guaranteed water
proof (if there was we would have it
for you,) yet there are plenty of good
shoes nearly so. We offer you the best
that money can buy. No mortal can do
more. We furnish you shoes, all leather,
good leather, at $2.00 and $2.50, and
then comes that best of all work Shoe,
"Menzies," at $3.50, $4.00, $5.00
and $7.50, in Black, Tan and Smoke
colors. Then the "Witch Elk" at $7.50
and $10.00. Nowf these are all shoes
for thefman who labors to make a dollar
in.
H. J. McROBERTS
STANFORD, KENTUCKY
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W.UHiggins
Stanford,' Ky.
THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, tTAHPtRt. KENTUCKY FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1112
he Interior Journal
aiiKLTON M. BAUI-LEY.
Proptltor
1 A TEAR BTRtCTLT IN ADVANCE
Knltrtd at l poHofltl el Stanford uc
nd tlait mail wmlltr
DEMOCRATIC TICKET
rt rrttutm wooonow wilso.v
For V. I'n THOS. K. MARSHALL
For Vongrtu HAKVEY HELM
For Vomtlh', Atty E. V. fUKYEAU
For Cirnlt VttrkJ, F. HOLDAM
Fur MagftratiW. H. FIELDS
For -MtfUtruK M. a NEWLAMD
Political Announcements
The annotintrmrnti In t hi column r ol
randldtttt (or otter, tnujrct to the action of
lb. Drmocr.tie primary. No announerinenti
wilt b. midr, nnlfii pld (or In alliances
For Rtfrftrnlaltrt.
VIH01L. McMLLLIM.
For Shtrif
M. H. UUKJHWAN
11. Y. (IIVEN8
J. O. WEATHERFURD
T. J. HILL
J or Count JuJo
T. A. RICE
II. F. XUKTII
For Jailir
PEYTON l'AHRISH
OEUKOE DEDUKDE
DINK FARMER
WILLIAM II. HESTER
V. A. CARSO.V
For Amnor
P. L. DECK
B. M. OWENS
R. U. BUONAUOn
V. C. SANDIDOE
J. H. liUONK
W. T. OARNEK
LAFE MOKOAN
Villinm C. Lonj:,
SEE
FISH 6 BROMLEY
TODAY
about that insurance.
Better have a policy now than to
have the neighbors say then, "He
didn't have any insurance."
Statement of the ownership, rann-
nscmcr.t, circulation, etc.. of the In
terior Journal, published twice a
week, nt Stanford, Ky., required by
the net of Aucust 24. 1012. Name
of Editor, manaeine; editor, busi
ness manager, publisher, Shelton M.
Saufley, Stanford, Kv. Owner Shel
ton M. Saufley; known bond liol
der, mortcaeees, and other security
holders,, holding 1 per cent or more
of total amount of bonds, mortgages
or other securities: E. C. Walton,
Stanford, Ky. Sworn to and sub
scribed before m?, this 30th day of
September. 1912, V. M. Bright, No
tary Public. My commission ex
pires January Oth 1916.
Montgomery county went dry
Monday by a majority of 902. Mt.
Sterling hns had saloons for many
years.
Edeien's Fine Record at State Fair.
The Farmer's Ilome Journal pays
high compliment to the great show
made by Allen Edeien's horses at
the recent State Fair. It said: The
Olcnworth saddle horse farm, of
Burgin, Ky., has established a re
cord for winning ribbons at the Ken
tucky, State Fair 10 out of 18
shows. Mr Edelen, the proprietor,
has been the heaviest ribbon winner
here several different years, but
has never before won such a per
centage. Glcnworth is the home of
Bohemian King, and his get which
by the wav are nearly all of the
popular chestnut color. In the ring
for finest and best saddle bred Iilly
under one year old the get of Bo
hemian won first, second and third
monies first going to Bohemian
Music, chestnut colored, out of Ken
tucky Belle, by Thornton's Star,
second to Bohemian Art, chestnut
colored, out of Ladv Dare by Chest
er Dare, and third io Glendalaugh,
chestnut colored, out of Highland
Mniil, by Highland Denmark. It is
claimed that no other saddle stallion
has ever sired three money winners
in this ring at the State Fair. Not
withstanding no two of the dams of
the winners were the same colors
tho premium foals wero chestnuts
becauso of Bohemian King's tend
ency to sire that color on nccount of
his, blood lines. Before coming to
the State Fair Mr. Edeien's horses
1-nil Miown nt Danville, llarrodsburg
IVrryulle, Stanford, Lancaster,
Lexington, Hnrditisburg, l'aris and
x'ther fnirs nnd weie in the money
in every show except fic, and in
most of these catcs there were no
second moneys. A most wonderful
recoid. Bohemian King was cham
pion show saddlo btnlhon as n three
year old.
Posted Hunttna Forbidden.
Wc, whose names arc signed be
low, positively forbid anv hunting
or fishing upon our premises:
W. F. Semonis, Wo. J. Beck, Fred
VonQmenignn, 0. Baumann, Chas.
T. Wilson. Ed Gooch. Lutes & Myers
C. M. Allen, Ed Ballard.
HAPPY WOMEN
Plenty of Them In Stanford, and
Good Reason For It.
Wouldn't any woman bo happy,
After years of backache suffer
ing, Days of misery, nights of unrest,
The distress of urinary troubles,
When she finds freedom?
Many readers will profit by the
following.
Mrs. Nancy A. Logan, E. Main
Street, Stanford, Ky., says: "I
scarcely know what to say to ex
press by gratitude to Doan's Kid
ney Pills for the great good they
have done me. My back had about
given out and pained me severely
at times. I was weak and lame and
I knew that my kidneys were dis
ordered as the secretions were un
natural. I learned of Doan's Kid
ney Pills nnd procured a supply at
Shugars & Tanners Drug Store.
This remedy entirely relieved me
and restored my kidneys to n, nor
mal condition."
For sale by nil dealers. Priec 50
cent. Foster-Milburn Co., Bnffalo,
N. Y., sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
I voting ladies. If you can't guess
watt and hcc.
Mr. Chester Stnton from Indiana
polis, lud.. lias been visiting hi
brother, Mr. Geo. Statoti, of this
place.
Mr. George Coffey nnd wife hnp
returned after n few days' isit nt
Libiirtv, where .ho attended the fair.
School seems to bo going on nire
ly with good attendance.
Miss Hutli Coffcv w nt home af
ter a visit to relatives nt Turners
villc. Mr. Hobcrt Fox visited his sister,
Mr. Gntblis at Liberty last week.
Mr. Edd Murphy nnd children,
of King's Mountain, were the guests
of Mrs. George Coffey Thursday
nnd Friday.
Bni, to the wife of Linday Cnr
nev on September 24, n sweet little
girl bnby, Jennie Lueile.
All secern to have enjoyed Friday
afternoon exercises given by the
school. The program was:
Song. There's one thing I can do.
recitntions by Alma Coffey, Cercnn
White, Thomas Coffey and Bob
Kattffman. Song bv Elizabeth
Bracked Two Little Orphans. End
ing bf debntc on Broom nnd Dish rag
A nice crowd of our people spent
n delightful envening Stindav with
Mi.es Ruth and Alma Coffey. Those
present were Jake Wolford, Miss
Alary Russell, Mr. Pat Dougherty
Pauline Taylor, Mr. Jason Gibson,
Miss Essie Daughertv. Mr. Robert
Fox, Miss Maggie Fox, and Mr.
Lindsay Buchanan.
Lillian, the little two-yenr-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thompson
Hughes, of Dnnville. died Satin-day,
September 28 and wok buried here
Sunday. Much sympathy is felt for
the bereaved parents.
Mrs. George Coffey spent Sunday
with Mr. T. R. Talor.
We arc having cold weather now
nnd nil who are not prepared for
Jack Frost lind better get busy for
he will son he on hand.
Bowen
The wedding bells have been ring,
injr in Bowen.
Jim Daughertv and Miss Eliza
beth Fox were marrie, in Covington
on Sept. 21. Mr. Dnutrherty nnd his
bride are both of this place. A
long nnd happy life are the wishes
of their many friends.
Mr. Ollie Knuffmnn, of this place,
and Miss L-orcna Ferguson, of In
dianapolis, Ind., were married Sept.
20, nt Indianapolis and me with re
latives here at the present.
Wc are thinking that the wedsing
bells will ring again soon and Bowen
will lose another one of its popular
H. B. Norfhcott
Dsalsr In
Poultry, Eggs,
Produce, Salt,
Lime & Cement
PHONE 153.
Stanford, Ky.
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GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS
Cure Diseases, The
Bible says so, & it
is being proven every
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day by
CHARLIE WHITEMOON, the Cow Boy Herbalist
v ) I79S-S1 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky.
Deep down In every human heart lie a NATURAL desire for NATURE'S medicine, Rooti A Ilerbi.
Too long have the secrets of nature been neglected, too long have people disregarded God's prooaliei.. Mod
ern doctors think only of "operations" ft strong drugs, wnllo buman suffering ft deaths froa disease In
crease rapidly every year. Health Is natural, disease unnatural. My years of experience as a Cow-boy
ft among the Indians give me a peculiar fitness ft knowledge of the powers of Roots ft Hebs as medicines,
my remedies have cured ft are curing Blood Poison, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female ft 8 kin
diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous & Stomach Troubles that were pronounced Incurable by the
best doctors. I want to PROVE this to the world ft to any one asking, I will mall tho greatest book of Its
kind ever published, entitled "THE COW-BOY HERBALIST," absolutely free. If you are not enjoying ALL
the blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that you INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS, All letters of
Inquiry promptly answered.
COM-CEL-SAR is the name of my great TONIC, BODY-BVILDER, composed o'f l'6 Roots '& Herbs,
makes 3 full quarts of medicine, lasts about J months, costs onh one dollar &As-LEGALLY GUARANTEED
Sf'fl J.lJM,SH?SllASFR 0T wonty refunded. COSt-CEL-SAR is sold DY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEAL
ERS IN MEDICINE f ot -Jhe 'rw. stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, bladder & blood. A household remedv
ORDERi fp&STActepAlD '""' 3Q,,t hasnt got U or w'0"'' 0ft ' 7 W1Ll FlLL V0JR'
r,CKd,RB whlTR.MOO)rS SCIENCE SOPEismadeopUREVECETABLBOtLSFORumtAU
SKIN ONLY, guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded. ioc or 3 bars iSC at all dealers, Retail, who art sup
plied thru oil wholesale dealers. .
Old in Age Hut Modern in Ways
The F1KST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford is the oldest InstN
tution in this section of the stntc, having been organized March 0,
185-1. A bank to have stood tho panics that hnvo occurred in the
past 63 years must bo nil right. This bank today is stronger and
better than it ever wns.
While old in ago it ii modern in methods. Our patron, nnd
they arc many, will testify to the fact that we tnko caro of them
in a manner both pleasing nnd satisfactory.
Yonr pntronngo is respectfully asked. Ilcracmbcr our pledge
of courteous treatment nnd honorable dealings.
Our directory includes some of tho most prominent business
men nnd farmers in this section of tho county. Try in.
J. S. HOCKER, Pres. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier.
S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres.. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. B-Keeper.
J. R. HARRIS. Bookkeeper.
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YOUNG MEN!
Look at This English Style !
&fe Ones That Are Selling
We are showing the above in Blues, Tans, Greys and
the New Two-Tone. They are all wool and
are decidedly "the thing" for Fall.
Let Ua Press You Once!
Sam Robinson
School Shoes
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
experience?
W. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky
SPECIAL EXCURSION
CINCINNATI AND RETURN
Sunday,
OCTOBER 6th
$1.50
$1.30
Rauns)
Trip-
Reims
Trip
SPECIAL TRAIN
Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m.
K TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS.
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