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THE mnm JtMWtAUtTAllfiWt. KEWTUCKY FRI1AV. 0CTME1 II. 1112
' Old ii kfM Mn ii Ways
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford Is the oldest ksti
tntion in this (section of the state, having been organized March 9,
1854. A bank to hare stood the panics thnt have occurred in the
past 58 years must be all right. This bank today is stronger and
better than it ever was.
While old in nge it is modern in methods. Our patrons, and
they are rnnny, will testify to the fact that we take care of them
in a manner both pleasing nnd satisfactory.
Your patronage is respectfully asked. Remember our pledge
of courteous treatment nnd honorable dealings.
Our directory includes some of the most prominent business
men nnd farmers in this section of the counly. Try us.
J. S. HOCKEIt. Pre!. H. C. IAUGHMAN, Cashier.
S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres.. W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. Keener.
J. R. HARRIS. Reokkeeper.
to death while out
Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc.
with our shells. Winchester Leaders and Repeaters
are the best for field and trap. Let us quote you
prices en the best shell on the market
PENNY'S, The Rexall Store.
H. J. McROBERTS
These frosty mornings re
mind you that OVER COAT
seasonds coming". Your old
one has beenpackedaway. Get
it out and see how it has held
its own with the ravages of
time and moths. If it needs
pressing or repairing, bring it
to us. If you need a new one,
come see what we have.
Silk Lined Dress Coats at
and belted, stylish and service
able, at $15.oo and $20.oo.
Gabardines, they are hand
some, they are light weight,
they are good, they are sup
posed to be waterproof. We
show you two beautiful coats
-one at $15, the other $20.
These are the -SPECIAL
THINGS we have and cannot
be gotten everywhere.
Of course we can furnish you
cheap coats from $5.oo up.
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Woodrow Wilson, Scholar and Statesman, Democratic
Candidate For President.
The Fanner's Friends !
Superior andJPeoria Grain Drills
Call and seethe new stock
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Honor Roll of .
In response to the appeal to pub
lic spirited citizens to co-operato
with Woodrow Wilson in his inten
tion to accept no money from self
peeking interests, in the financing
of the campaign, the I. J. has open
ed nn Honor Roll of those citizens
who are willing to assist in the (jood
fizht. Checks should he matin n.iv.
able to W. 0. Davis, Tmis., uud ail
received will he acknowledged by
the I. J. in these columns and for
warded to the campaign treasurer.
Contributions so far received are:
II. C. Carpenter $1.00
Khelton Sauflev $25.00
Kendrick Alcorn 3.00
W. S. Ruroli i nn
T. J. Hill, Jr. 2.00
M. F. Xorth 1.00
0. 13. Cooper --. 1.00
Jas. P. llailey 1.00
W. L. McCnrty , 1.00
T. N. Aldridgo ... A 1.00
It. S. Scudder 1.00
C. T. Chatham 1.00
J. It. Powell 1.00
T. A. Rice 1.00
II. D. Aldridge 1.00
1. T. Moser 1.00
E. C. Jordan 1.00
0. L. Penny 1.00
J. II. Engleman, Sr. 1.00
W. A. Crfrson . : 1.00
5r. S. Baushman 1.00
Ii. W. Givens 1.00
T. D. Newlnnd
L. R. Hughes
J. W. Ireland
J B. Paston
W. C. Shanks
J. C. Reid .
J. F. Holdara 1.00
I. W. Fish, Crab Orchard .... 1.00
C. F. Garnett, Crab Orchard ..1.00
Mrs. W. G. Welch 1.00
V. Landgrnf , 1.00
T. W. Pennington ,. 1.00
IL C. Fnrris 1.00
W. M. Bright 1.00
George DeBorde 1.00
When you have a bad cold you
want tlio best medicine obtainable
so as to cuio it with as little delay
as possible. Here is a druggist'3
oninion : "I have sold Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy for fifteen
years," nys Enos Lollar, of Sara
toga, Iud., "and consider it the best
on the market." For sale by G. L.
Minnpc nre prevalent here. Sev
eral pupils in the Preaelieiuville '
school arc conlined to their hornet!
with the malady. Chailes Thomp
son, who is attending bchool at Jit.
Vernon, is s-aid to have brought
them home while on a visit to his
parents, Mr. nnd Sirs. J. J. Thomp
son. The writer, having never n
joyed the acquaintance ot the
mumps, now leaps picket fences and
takes through the fields rather
than meet a man with a swelled jaw
incident to toothache troubles. This
explains our apparent "cold should
iiiieb" lo our juvenile friends and
all who wonder at our "oee-jou-Iat-er"
J. A. Allen, of Stanford, with a
crew of hands nie putting a nice
metal shingle roof on the Baptist
Protracted services at the Bap
tist church begin Saturday. Rev. J.
1. English, of Oweiisboro, who will
arrive on Tuesday.
W. D. Elmore found a swarm of
honey bees near his l.oinj which had
taken up their abode on thj ouUids
of a small tree and had built several
nice combs. Colonics of bees sel
dom construct their home in open r
in this country, prefering the cavi
ties in hollow trees, clefts in rOcks,
walls of buildings and any dry
(place affording protection against
the elements and depredations of
honey-loving animals. In Palestine
and adjacent countries, open air
habitations are the tuIu and not tlio
exception. The rigors of Boreas'
wintry blasts soon put an end to any
such doings on the part of the
honey bee in the North America.
Mrs. G. C. Kennedy has been quita
poorly. Mrs. William Dyehou&e
continues ill. '
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dyebouse,
went to Chappell's Gap to see her
father. Mr. Jas. Plummer, who is
A large crowd attended the sale
of Josiah Anderson. Everything
Miss Eva Merrironn, teacher ut
Ilobb's school house visited her pu
pil, little Mjss Ruby Crou. She was
also a guest of Misses Luna and
Mrs. Ona Nnylor and daughter,
Miss Carrie, vyited Mr. and Mrs.
Groved Gastineau in Garrard.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesso Brown and
family are visiting Mr1, and Mis.
Turtulas Proctor in Rockcastle.
J. M. Cress, a live wire in the
firm of T. W. Jones & Co., dealers in
livestock, went to Richmond court
MOOSE CHASES AUTOMOBILE
tg Animal Pursuee Auto Party Half
a Mil, in Mountains of M atta
ch u arts.
PIttsneld, Maaa. Aa a party of a-
tolata war going orer Washington
mountain toward Backet, they were
chaied lor hall a mile by a mooae
Moom Chaaaa Automata.
that ta bettered to bar escaped tnm
Harry Payne Wnltney'a mountain pre
eenre. The pursuit was watched by Dantal
Camp, who Uvea near Jacob'a Ladder.
The automobile gained on the moot,
which gar up tha chaaa, left tha road
and dlsappearad In tha forest Tha
mooia waa seen later by James Qail
har of Backet while on a hlka naar
Radtep, tha villa at lira. Fault Bui
gaaa la Backet
Here is a woman who speaks from
personal knowledge and long experi
ence, viz: Mrs. P. II. Brognn, of
Wilson, Pa., who says, "I know from
experience that Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is far superior to any other.
For croup there is nothing that ex
cels it" For sale by G. L. Penny.
The I. J. print fine stationery.
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Look at Tkis English Style !
Uya 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 U Dress You Once!
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
CINCINNATI AND RETURN
Lvt. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m.
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