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to death while out
Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc.
with our shells. Winchester Leaders and Repeaters
are the best for f iW nd t"P- Let us quote you
prices en the best shell on the market
PENNY'S, The Rexall Store.
$1, $1.50, $2 and $3 the suit.
WRIGHTS he greatest wool-
fleeced maker of un
ion suits and separate pieces
at $2 the suit.
RE1SS & CO. who own the pat-
ent on Boyal Silk
Plush at $3 the suit in union or
separate pieces. . We alone fur
nish them here.
H. J. McROBERTS
Superior and Peoria Grain Drills
Call and see the new stock
THE INTEmOH JOUWjALtTAHrOWt, KENTUCKY. TUEtQA OCTOBER IWt. HI2
THE INTERIOR JOURNAL.
SHKLTON II. BAUFLET-
fl A TEAR BTRICTLT IN ADVANCE
Knttrti al 1A portolftt ( Stantri t Mf
ni tltit m0 mitttr
tor PtttUtHt WOODROW W1LSOM.
rr V. I'rit T1108. R. MARSHALL
for Vtngnit HARVET HELM
Ttr Vtmlth; AtlyK. V. PURTEAR
For Circuit flr J. F. IIOLDAM
for UaotttraU W. M. FIELDS
Far MaeirtnttU. C. JJEWLAND
Those short sleeve shirts and
knee length drawers have done
good service and been a com
fort during the sweltering sum
mer days, but they must go,
now, and in their place we want
to furnish the seasonable, sen
sible things-union suits or sep
arate pieces as you like, ankle
and wrist lengths. The time
was when Shirts and Drawers
of any old make would answer
-buttoday it's the STANDARD
perfect, advertised goods that
people buy. Here are THREE
known the world over and worn
in every underwear climate on
the globe :
for cotton and wool-
ribbed union suits at
j The Farmer's Friends j
Tfc innonnNDifnti In thli column ar. ol
rtndiditn for office, lubjftt to Ibe tloa of
th Dtmocrille primary. No tnnonntrmtcti
will bo mdf, onlfM paid for In adust.:
at. 8. 1IAU01IMAN
B. W. OIVEN8
J. O. WEATUKRFORD
T. J. HILL
lit County Judft
T. A. RICE
U. V. NORTH
OEUROE DEBUKDE .
WILLIAM II. HESTER
W. A. CARbON
P. L. DECK
B. M. OWENS
R. H. BRONAUOH
P. C. BANDIDOE
J. H. BOONE
W. T. OARNER
Willinm C Lonjj,
Gen. Grant's Son for Wilson
Now York, Oct. 11. Jesse R.
Grnnt was appointed n member of
tlie finance committee of tho New
York Democratic state committee to
day. Mr. Grant, who is the son of
President Grant, is one of the most
enthusiastic supporters of Gov. Wil
son. "I am going to do all in mv
power to bring around, the election
of Governor Wilson,'' says Mr.
Grant. "1 know of no one better
equipped to grace the White House
than Governor Wilson. His views on
the tariff are appealing to the sen
sible business men uf the country. I
think he is going to receive the great
est number of republican votes ever
giseu t oa Democratic candidate for
office. Ho is not only going to draw
from IJoosovelt's following (and this
may sound like a remarkable state
ment,) but he is also going to de
crease the ranks of the old time re
publicans until thev will present on
election day a mighty weak and
"If Governor Wilson is to lose any
Democratic votes I have yet to hear
of tho fact. The independent voter
is in favor of him and in view of
all this I do uiot see the slightest
chance for nny of the other candi
dates to even give him a close race.
"In this campaign I am convinced
thnt Governor Wilson is going to
gain ground every dav rather than
lose. My reason for stating this is
that the people arc gecoming better
acquainted with him and we are
learning of the earnestness of the
man and his high type of citizenship
and his marvelous personality. 1
would not undertake to predict what
will be the fate of the Republican
party after this election, but I am
convinced that it will never be swal
lowed up by the followers of Col.
Ve have just re
ceived our Fall shoes
in Patents, Vicis,
Etc. We handle the
famous May Man
ton line. You will
find no better in
quality and style at
Hughes, Martin & Co.
i "3 - i
I SI W
Breathe Hyomei and End Catarrh
If you really want to get rid of
vile catarrh why not give Booth's
HYOMEI treatment a fair trial.
G. L. Penny is authorized to re
fund your money if you think you
have not been benefitted, and on that
basis every catarrh victim in Stan
ford ought to start to banish Catarrh
this very day.
HYOMEI is a soothing, healing
antiseptic air made from Australian
Eucalyptus and other antiseptics; it
kills Cntnrrh germs and contains no
poisonous drugs. Simple' instruc
tions for use in each package. Com
plete outfit. $1 extra bottle 50.
I am determined to go to Illinois.
I will on
THURSDAY, OCT. 17,
1012, nt my residence, known as the
old "Abraham Farm", near Sugar
Grove School House, 2 1-2 miles of
Crab Orchard, near the Ottenheim
pike, commencing promptly nt 10 A.
M. sell the following described pro
1 extra good milk cow. 1 yearling
calf,, 1 mule colt, 1 horso colt, 4
fattening hogs, weighing about J0O
pounds each, 1 wardrobe, 1 dresser,
3 bedsteads, 2 sets bed springs, 1
rocking chair, G chairs, 1 sewing
machine, 1 safe, 1 wrought iron
vrnngo, cost $35 and as good ns new;
a lot of canned fruit and many ctn
cr things too numerous to mention.
J. P. Chandler, Auct.
& Honor Roll of
Z- Lincoln Democrats
In response to tho 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 an Honor Roll of those citizens
who are willing to assist in the good
iigJit. Checks should be made pay
able to W. 0. Davis, Trcas., and all
received will be acknowledged by
the I. J. in these columns and for
warded to the campaign treasurer.
Contributions so far received nre:
II. C. Carpenter $1.00
Shelton Saufley $25.00
Kendrick Alcorn $5.00
IW. S. Burch 1.00
x. j. iiiu. Jr. 1.00
M. P. North 1.00
G. B. Cooper 1.00
Jas. P. Bailey 1.00
W. L. 3IcCarty . 1.00
T. N. Aldridge 1.00
R. S. Scudder 1.00
C. T. Chatham 1.00
J. R. Powell 1.00
T. A. Rice 1.00
H. D. Aldridge 1.00
I. T. Moser 1.00
E. C. Jordan 1.00
G. L. Penny 1.00
J. II. Engleman, Sr. 1.00
W. A. Carson 1.00
M. S. Baughman 1.00
B. W. Givens 1.00
T. D. Newland 1.00
L. R. Hughes 1.00
J. W. Ireland 1.00
J B. Paxtou 2.50
W. C. Shanks 1.00
J. C. Reid 1.00
J. F. Iloldam 1.00
I. W. Fish, Crab Orchard 1.00
C. F. Garnetr. Crab Orchard ..1.00
Mrs. W. G. Welch 1.00
W. Landgraf 1.00
T. W. Pennington 1.00
II. C. Fnrris 1.00
W. M. Bright 1.00
George DcBordc 1.00
T. J. Hill Sr. 1.00
Ike Phillips $1.00
It. M. Newland 1.00
John W. Rout .) 1.00
H. II. llronnugh 1.00
A Severe Sickness Leaves
The Kidneys Weak
After" recovering from a ecvcic
spell of sickness some time ago, I
was nil run down nnd suffering from
poor blood. I would huv pains in
my back nnd hips an my kidney
bothered be all the time I started
taking Swamp-Root upon tho re
commendation of a friend and found
it was just what I needed. My
blood became all right and after
tnking n few bottles, I was surpris
ed, at the effect it had on my kid
neys. They were entirely cured nnd
I liuTc much to be ihr.r.k's'. fcr that
your great remedy did for me.
Yours very truly
W. O. BLACKMON,
Phcnix City, Ala.
Sworn to nnd subscribed before
me, this the 14th day of Julv 1909.
W. J. Birs, Justice of tho Peace.
Dr. Kilmer Co.
Binnhamton. N. Y.
Prove What Swamp Root Will Do
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Or., Bing
hamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle.
It will convince anyone. Yon will
also rccchc n booklet of valuable
information, telling all about the
kidneys and bladder. When writing
be sure to mention the Stnnford In
terior Journal. Regular fifty cent
and one-dollar size bottles for sale
at all drug stores.
Fall and Winter Suitings.
Mr nur Fill ted Winter Bamplr. ar. sow
rMlr for your IbrwcUob. Tary comprlM
tb. bnl oa the market. I c.n nil asyont
to price who had hit clothtt ntda te or
drr. A tnlt Bd. to roor annn ! pr
ftr.bl. I rttdr mid. clothrt. To bit. tbm
mad. to biubh don't cost nr nor. tha
ruadf naad. whta .aalitj tad til it coaild
nti. Cub. la .id Irt m Uk. year n
B. O. RVPLMT, T PnrHfi TmOor
American Realty Co.
Are offering splendid Bargains in
Stock and Grain Farms. Our
speeinUles Imuroved ALFALFA
Forms. also Fruit and Poultrv
Farms. Wo have tho Farms thev
all Want, Location, Near Towns,
Good Schools ,nnd Churches, fine
Climnte; excellent Water. Send for
Lists, Then See for Yourself. 304-0
Surety Bld'b, Muskogee. Okla.
DON'T LET THE FUMES OF BURNING MON
EY SPOIL THE PLEASURE OF THE RIDE.
THE ECONOMICAL FORD WILL TAKE YOU
THERE AT MINIMUM COST. AND ITS PUR
CHASE PRICE WON'T PUNCTURE YOUR
POCKET BOOK .BEYOND REPAIR.
Touring Car 00
Town Car wo
These now prices, f. o. b. Detroit.with all equip
ment. An early order will mean an early deliv
ery. Get full particulars from
W. E. GLOVER,
UNDERTAKERS AND EM
BALMER8. ALSO DEAL
ER IN FURNITURE, MAT
TINGS, RUQS. THEY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK.
GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE
W WdJir 1 -
THERE IS REAL PAINT
and also some stuff mixed with
cheapening materials that is not
worthy of the name. If yoe have
had experience with the latter kind
you don't want another. If you
haven't take our advice and don't
experiment Buy our roal paints
and 6ave yourself 'disappefintment
and money as well.
Old in Age But Modern in Ways
The FinST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford Is the oldest insti
tution in this section of the state, having been organized March 0,
18.4. A bank t.t have stood the pnnlcs that have occurred in the
past 59 years must be all right. This bank today is stronger and
better than it ever was.
While old in ago it Is modem in methods. Our patrons, and
they nre many, will testify to the fact thnt we take care of them
in a manner both pleasing nnd cntisfactory.
Your patronage is respectfully nsked. Remember cur pledge
of courtoous treatment nnd honornblc dealings.
Our directory includes some of the most prominent business
men nnd fnrmcrs in this section of the county. Try us.
J. 8. HOCKER, Pres. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cartler.
S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres.. W. W. SAUNDERS, tnd. B-Keeaer.
J. R. HARRIS. Bookkeeper.
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Look at TKis English Style !
JShQ 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 Um Dress You Once!
We have just received a com
plete line of Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Cloaks.
W. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky
CINCINNATI AND RETURN
Sunday, October an, j
Lvt. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m.
ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS.
I. A. ALLEN. MtJifarlKy.
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