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THE tTAWFOBDIHTEWIOHJOUIHIAL.tTAWFOW, KENTUCKY FRIDAY. OCTOIEB II. ISI2
The Interior Journal,
08BLTON M. BACrLET.
1 A TEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
8. He faithfully performs in of.
fice the nromises mndc out of office!
0. He will "CLEAN HOUSE" nt
Wnhinaton ns he hns "CLEANED
110LSE" in New Jersey.
10. He prenehes nnd practices
clean politics, nnd practices it cf-
fAjilifilt lln linnltArnlilv nnnAQna
f ViVmia;,'""' " "'"' " '"" mnchine politics nnd the rule of the
11. He fltnnds for lcjntimflte his
business every day, but for monoply
V2.--As Senntro LnFolletto snvs:
"He nppronches every problem with
the solemn promic to be really in
the Inchest sense a servant of the
ami tlait matt matltr
tat TrtriitM VFOODROW WILSOM.
Fat Y. I'M TWOS. K. MARSHALL
let Lontrtta HARVEY HELM
Tat VemltVi Ally E. V. TUUVEAR
Tar Cirevit UtttJ. i 1IOLDAM
far ilagtitrateW. M. FIELDS
far Magulrateil. C. JJEWLAND
Lincoln county hows her head in
n. nnonDtinsti in thii column re et siiamc over the disreenru lor me so
i.dt or otter, fnbji to ib action oi frequently shown lately, our news
win M nadt, deimi ptia lor in saTMCti vmumua itius " uuuu.v
tragedies witnin our corners in n
period of less than a year. What
is the cause of tliist What is be
neath it nil? The I. J. will be clntl
to irivc space to opinions of others
on the direful subject and invite
discussion of such r. regrettable and
it. B. DAUOIIMAN
B. W. 0IVEN8
J. U. WEATHEKFURD
T. J. HILL
Tor County luiat
T a fttrr.
M. F. KORTH
WILLIAM 1L J1EBTIB
W. A. CARBON
P. L. BECK
B M. OWENS
R. B. BRONAUOB
P. U. 8ANDIDQE
J. H. BOONE
V. T. GARNER
William C. Lone,
nwftil fatnte of affairs.
Clarence Lebus was re-elected
president of the Hurley Tobacco So
ciety this week. Future generations
of tobacco crowcrs will truly npore
einte what Lebus has done for them.
Mony of the present do not.
hi nn order to Chicago.
Lldcr F. M. Tinder left Thins-lav
for a visit of a few days to friend
in Cnilisle nnd nlo to prenen in the
newly equipped Christian church in
Mrs. Fred 1 Frisbie entorl -lined
nt n handsome dinner party for her
nj.tl and much beloved gnliidnictlic-r
.Mrs. Ann talker, of Huntington, .
Vn. About 20 elderly women were
invited to meet tho cuest of honor.
With ices nnd enkes nnd the pretty
deeorntcii home tho occasion will
Ions; be remembered.
Miss Helen Thurmond who was
moTried in the city of Louisville
lnt weok to .Mr. H. E. Thomas of
Moieland is well known in Lancas
ter, having once lived her., nnd be
inp n frequent visitor of her friend",
Jlrs. W. D. Sinip'on and dnti'.'bter,
Jtiss Kittie Sinnipon. The recent
bride is ouitc a britht woman hav-
mjr been a school teacher nnd ever
ride awake to the current events v
Harrj M. Estes formerly of this
place nnd n sou of Jlr. and Mrs.
Slrpheiisnn Hste. of this citf .ind
n Bible student in Georgetown Col
lege is now editing a paper known
as "The Hnptist Heeorder," it hems
devoted to the interests of the Bap
tists throughout Central Kentucky.
W. P. Anderson age 40 year di d
at his home in this city nfti-r fcuv-
rral weeks illness of typhoid fever.
He was thought to be holding his
John Shnckelford. Ilcverend C. C.
Brown and Mrs. Brown nnd children
left Saturday to rcido io the city of
Louisville. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nov An
IlnM", of HiIlboro, O,, nre guests
of Mr. nnd Mrs. . B. Mason, Mis
Minnie Brown is nt home from a
iit to Miscs Jooephinc and Knth
leen Hnnley, of Nicholnsville. Mrs.
J. C. Hobinon and Mi Helen Itob
inson ate visiting in Lexington nnd
MISS EMMA LONG
Wins Dinner Set In Sam Robinson's
Contest The Standinq.
Miss Emma Long won the Dinner
Set offered by Snrn Bohinon in his
big contest, during the past week.
All of the oung Indies entered nre
working hard, showing up well in
the standing which is ns follows:
(own when n sudden chnnsc for the
worse hnstencd his death. He is
Twelve Reasons Whv You
Should Vote For Wilson
3. He is the only candidate for
President who represents the real,
the vital and the effective progres
sive forces in this country.
2. He stands for tariff revision
downward in the interest of lower
prices and the elimination of mon
opoly. 3. He stands for trust legisla
tion which will prevent the control
of prices through aaj port of mon
oply. 4. He stands for the income tax
and believes that wealth should
share the burdens as well as the
blessings of the government.
5. He stands for the rights of
labor and the'protection of the man
who earns his bread by the sweat of
his brow, as shown in his record ns
Governor of Jfew Jersey.
6. He stands for the revival of
out merchant marine, nnd for the
government encouragement of agri
culture, industrial and vocational
7. He trusts the people and be
lieves the governed should govern;
nnd that Senntors should be choen
by the people. - i
Roosevelt said, ''We nre through
I once and for nil with the Republican
party." Thnt is one thing to his
credit. The whole country seems
tending that way. The G. O. P. is
thoroughly discredited. Its life is
well nigh spent. When it lived it
lhed in clover nnd when it dies Nov
ember 5th it will die nil over. Dem
ocracy's tiny is brightly dnwning.
Two enses of typhoid fevjr are
reported in the home of Mr. Wm.
Conn on Stanford street.
The home of Mrs. Hnllis Hamil
ton Dunlap is being much improved
by a modern porch all anund the
fiont of the house.
On Wednesday evening October
16 at 8 o'clock at the Christian
church Elder F. M. Tinder will unite
in marriage his daughter, Miss Fran
ces Crenshnm Tinder, nnd Benjamin
F. Robinson. The ronid of honor will
be the bride's sister, Miss DeV.,i Tin
der, and MUs Sue Shelby Maon
will be bride's maid. The pnwpee
tie groom's brother Cuvrey Robin
ton will be his best man.
The work on the handsome new
cnnikil school building is being push
ed forward more rapidly than ntt
fust. The contractors wcra retard
ed in their efforts on account of
some of the fixtures being delayed
survived by a widow and J children.
1 lie funernl occurred Tuesday nf
trrnooii at the home followed bv in
tciment m the Lancaster cemetery.
Mrs. Fnirna Higginbothum entoi
inincd ttc C. W. B. M. and The
jinig Peoples' Missionary Curie,
'lhur.-dav afternoon at the It me of
hi.-r friend Mrs. James B. Kinua.u.
Mrs. James Ledford a young bride
of onlj two weeks died very sud
denly of heart dicne at the home
of her husband near Paint Lick on
Inst Saturday and the funernl was
preached Sunday by the Christian
minister, Elder F. M. Tinder who
had so recently united her in mar
riage to Mr. Ledford.
Miss Joan Mount' gave a Tea
Pouring Tuesday afternoon for her
guest Miss Charlotte Mount of La
Grange. About 40 guests assem
bled to enjoy the hospitality of
the fair hostess. The home was
prettily decorated with ferns, alms
and cut flowers.
Mrs. Ann Walker who has been
visiting her daughters Mednme3 B.
F. Hudson nnd W. O. Rigney, is
in Richmond for a short stay with
her son before returning to her home
in Huntington. W. Vn. Mr. W. B.
Brown has been the guest of Dr.
and Mrs. E. J. Brown in Stanford.
Miss Frankvc Knuffman will leave
shortly tw spend the winter in Des
Moine, Iowa with her sister. Mr.
Lncicn Young nnd wife were here
Sunday nnd took dinner with Mr.
nnd Mrs. R. B. Young.
F. L. ,Touesa nnd little son Vernon
went to Arabia Saturday.
It was talked nt Liberty last week
that Caleb Newell would he tho Re
publican candidate for Congress in
this district. It seems the Repuhli
enns must hno a Caleb, but wo
would greatly prefer Caleb Newell
to Caleb Powers.
The republicans nre out -in Inrge
posters nnnouneing a big rally at
Liberty on Oct. 0. They propose to
kill the fatted calf, and offer every
inducement to the prodigals to re
turn to the fold before it is cvcrlnst
ingly nnd eternally too late. Jut
what effect this blowout will have
on the stubborn Bull Mooers re
mains to be seen.
J. W. Dinsmore, tho Bull Moose
enndidnte for Congress spoke to a
mall crowd nt the college here
Tuesday of last week. He is said
13 30 210 ,0 nnvo occn vcrv Guarded in his
44 11,030 "' nm' pn,d nothing that wns the
4520 175 'past offensive. He thought Hnr-
40 32 800 -- il"i ',m' 'wn WIpiI often
47 33,810 1 c,10,la" nn." "n(l Probahlv done nil
me goou in lougrevs mat ne was
able to do. Ho told the writer at
Libeitv Hint he wns making an ng
greive fight, nnd meant to gic
Hnncy the erv best he had in his
shop, so it might be well for dem
ocrats to be up and doing.
A few nights since John Rogers,
who lives on John Lanhnm's fnnn
two miles west of here wns awakened
by n noie in his room, nnd discov
ered n number of ruts congregated
in one corner of the room. He
reached for his shot gun nnd fired
into them and went back to sleep
without investigation. On nw liken
ing next moTnin?. lie found ten dead
rat, u large hole in n moInses can,
nnd the floor covered with fine sor
ghum :noInes as a rc-ult of the
Mr-. Jeo Price has returned
from Dnntille after n visit to her
sister, Mr. Allie Hill.
Mrs. J. T. Jenning". nnd daughter
Mis Roxie. spent Saturday nnd
Sunday with Paint Lick friends.
Miss Ron Hall hns returned home
nfter a visit to her brother, Mr.
Tom Hall, at Highland Park.
Mrs. G. W. Goodrich is with her
sister, Mrs. Alfred Coulter nt Dan
ville. Mr. W. II. Overstreet. wn- with
friends nt ParksiIIe Sunday
Mrs. Thomas Burton is visiting
friends nnd relatives in Wnne county.
Mis Susie I.unsford. of Walnut
HatrM- Rati Stanfert Schttft
Freshman. Prcscott Brown, Ger
bophomore. Mary 8. Cash, Snllie
M. Craig, , Ellen Mac llnltcclnw, Kit
tie Jones, Bessie Moore, Mnry M.
Kancy, Anna D. McRobcrts, Mnvme
Junior. Robert Carter.
Senior. James Cooper, Harry
Grade 8. Mntsy Grimes, Nellie
W. Hill, Jean Pnxton, Hnrtwell
Mianks, .Maurice Tucker.
Grade 7. Hobcrt Arnold, Leonnrd
Ballard, Annie V. Craig, Frances
l'mbn, Nancy K. McKinnoy, Annie
It. Powell, Clarence Singleton.
Grade 0. Hester Anderson, Til
den Cooper, Cnrrio Davis, Mary
Heck, Hlirabeth Carter, John It. Mo
Kinnev, Tlielma Francis, Heath Sev
erance. Annetto Wcnren, Allie R.
Fish. Rachel Hill.
Grade 5. Alpha Fowle. May Cov
er. Sophin Saunders. Fniinic Mc
Grade 4. Mnry Brnekett, Mnr
gnrel Siiuiil.s, Viu Gu-e Sliiitii.
Grade 3. Joseplnno Gooch, Ma.,
Grade 2. Lee Davis Fisher, Lelin
Cook Raney, Adehudo Proctor, Set
Grade 1. Jennie Bnrnett. Matil
da Bell, Olgn Cnuienlocli. Mncgie
Ilutchiiicin, Kntlienne Kincnid, Lit
findii Miller, James Pnxton, Jnmet
Ttirpin, Mary Lonio Stone, Dorothy
Tribble, Lucilo Walker.
Primnn. Annelle (Jar-on, Mau
rice Murphy, Tholmn Walls.
We have had seventy yi
of experience with AVer's
Cherry Pectoral. This
makes us have great confi
dence in it for coughs, colds,
bronchitis, weak throats, and
weak lungs. We want you
to have confidence in it as
well Ask your own doctor
what experience he has had
with it. He knows. Keep
in dose touch with him.
One of Arer't Pills at bedtime will ctun
en Incretted flow of bile end produce a
gentle laxative effect the dar following.
Formula on each box. Show It to your
doctor. He will underttand et a glance.
Dote, one pill at bedtime, )ut one.
h UM t. O. 4TXB CO.. lvU. Xm
TESTED AND PROVEN
J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio,
purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pnm.li !?itT.rwli 4- !! l.n ..!.,. !..!
a cold, and belore the bottlo was f, " , . " "A J c-' "-
all u'ed the hoy's cold was gone. II .J""' , ,, c. r, ,.
that not better than to pay a five
dollar doctor's bill ? For sale by G.
L. Penny. .
Mr. and Mrs. Snrn Cordier came
up from Lebanon Junction. Sunday
o attend the burial of his father.
Mr. Frnnk Cordjer.
There Is a Hran of Solace In Bctnti
Able to Depend Upon a Well
For months Interior Journal read
er hno teen the eons-taut expres
sion of prai-e for Donn's Kidney
Pills, nnd rend alwut the good work
thev hne done in this locnlity. Whnt
other remedy ever produced Mich
tonMnring proof of merit?
John H. Wtcii, E. Mnin Strfet.
Stanford, Ky says: "I know from
experience that Doan's Kidney Pill
nre nil that is claimed for them. Off
and on for scvcrnl venrsl had severe
attacks of Inmc back. Often I did
work thnt required stooping nnd nt
such times the backache became
much wore. There wns also n tim
frequent desire to oid the kidney
secretions both dnv and night. DonnV
Kidney Pills relieved me nnd hne
neer fniled to benefit me since then
when I have taken them."
For fcnle bv nil drnlerH. Plien 50
eentx. Fo-ter Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
N'ew Tork. bole agents for the Coil
Roinember the name Doan's
and take no other.
The scries of mooting conducted
bv Revs, W. (1. Boll, of Missouri,
nnd C. T. Claunch, pastor of tho
church closed Sunday evening with
12 addition", sir of whom were for
bnptiim. l-nrgo rrouds ntteurled
morning nnd owning ami perfect
order was kept. Tho baptising took
place on Fihing creek near C. 0.
I'nldnell's Suudnv afternoon nt 3
Mr. W. D. Sims, wife nnd chil
dren, of Somerset, i-ited their par
ents Int week.
W. R. Singleton is nttouding Grand
Lodge nt Somerset this week.
Mr. Will Jackson nnd children,
returned io their homo Wednesdny,
nfter (-ponding n few days with
Chos. Hokins returned to Indi
annixdis, Ind., Wedne-dnv ntter
siending a few dns with home
folks Mrs. Kverett Chctnlctt and Misse(t
Xettie nnd Iiurn Johnson ,of King's
Mountniu, spent Saturday nnd Sun
dtv with friends and attended tho
Rev. nnd Mrs. W. 0. Ball arc vis.
iting relatives in Cney this week.
Mrs I.afe Leach limited her
daughter". 111 Danville last week.
.Mr. and -Mrs. George Rexnold. of
Danville, arc 1-1t1ng relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs Bill Moccr were
over from Moroinnd last week at
tending the meeting.
r Jim S!iiltin. of OUnVmmn,
iited relatives here ast week.
Mrs. Xnn LnMon returned to her
home in ludinnn Sunday.
Belle, little dnughter of I. C. Sin
gleton is very ill with pneumonia.
Qur Great Fall Opening
We Will Have Our Fall Opening On
Friday and Saturday, October 18th and 19th, 1912
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mir crronf linn nfFnll JTOntls. Come aiKl SCO iOl
yourself We will make prices on Fall goods that will
astonish the close buyer. On Friday, the 18th, we will
give.to eyery lady making a purchase of $1 or more,
a genuine silver souvenir. Do not fail to come and
bring your neighbors.
Something. For The Men :
On Saturday, Oct. 26, the man who brings the six biggest
ears of corn will be given a handsome prize. It will be tested
by weight, so look up your good corn and capture the prize.
LADIES, ask to see our Serges,
Silks, Whip Cords, Poplins, Ginghams
and Outing Cloth and Flannelletts.
The colors and patterns are beautiful
and the prices are right.
A full line of Embroidery Floss
and Crochet Cotton.
We have added to our stock a full line
of Ladies' Coat Suits and Ladies' and
Mines' Long Cloaks, This ii the first
season on coat suits, so every one i
new and up to the minute.
Ask to see our line of corsets.
We sell the (Kauo) the greatest
Corset on the market.
for the whole family and
for all occasions.
If you want the newest in Shoes,
take a look at our Shoe Department
and be convinced that we are the
Shoe people of the town.
Our Hosiery Department Is complete
TAKE A LOOK
See our line of underwear for the
whole family. We will please you
In quality and prices.
Blankets In Cotton and wool. All
Prices. You can pet lust what
you want at the price that suits
We have a blq line of house and
family paint We handle the Green
Seal, known the world over for
Glassware and Queensware. Good
quality and low prices.
Don't fail to look throuoh our Jew
elry department. You will see
somethlnq that lust suits you.
See our line of dress shirts, werk
shirts, pants and overalls. They
can't be beat.
If you are qoinq to need a carpet
come and see us. We can fit your
Come to see us for anything you
want and need in Fall and Winter
qooris and we will be pleased to
show you throuoh our entire stock
For'Siyle And Service
look Better -Fii Better -Wear Longer.
You'll appreciate "Tess and Ted" school shoes because four
pairs usually last as long as five pairs of ordinary shoes made for
The better class of people everywhere now recognize "Tess
and Ted school shoes as the most satisfactory children's shoes in
existence. The reason is that they Look Better. Fit Better and
tWear Longer that it's a "Star Brand" shoe, and
"Star Brand Shoes Are Better"
"Tess and Ted" school shoes are
made '.n all the different leathers in high
cuts, regular heights and Oxfords. There's
a style for vevery age and condition of
childhood, from five to fifteen years.
They are honestly made of good,
solid leather. No paper, composition or
other substitutes for leather are ever used.
The "Star" on the heel insures you better
tnan you nave ever seen in chil-
value than you have ever seen in chil- BX I H
I (ken's shoes. nHfekw I bH
mmr" We have them M
Again we ay, come and take a look.
L. L. SANDERS,
Crab Orchard, Kentucky
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