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THE imWIJHjJtUPJIAL tTANFQRt, KEMTWCKY.
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.
The Interior Journal
HILTON M. BACFLBT.
11 A TKAR BTR1CTLT IN ADVANCE
F.nltrtt at fk paittlftt at Sltncri m Mr
Mil flan mit matltr
far PreHdint WOODROW WtL80.".
rr r. v Tiioa. k. Marshall
Tor Cnr 1IABVEY HELM
For CemttVa Ally E. V. TUKVEAR
For Circuit -Or J. F. 110M1AM
Tot Jtaptfratt W. M. FIELDS
For UcgxitfltU. C. KEWLAND
The announcement In thli column ara ol
candidate (or office, subject to the action of
the- Dtmocratle rlmr7' " announcement
will t made, nnleaa paid tor In adrantei
For Sktrif .
M. 8. UAUU1IMAN
B. W. 0IVEN8
J. O. WEATltERFOKD
T. J. HILL
lor Couify Judgt
T. A. KlUr;
U. F. NORTH
WILLIAM II. HESTER
W. A. CARSON
V. L. BECK
B. M. OWENS
R. II. HKONAUOH
V. C. SANDIDOE
J. II. BOONE
W. T. GARNER
William C Long,
A Cnlifornian I responsible for
the statement that (ho Bull Moose
movement Is 5 per cent moose nnd
0.1 per cent plnin, vild-fashioncd bull.
Political mnttcr hns crowded out
mnny good thing from this tesuo.
but let's nil bo thankful the election
will bo over next week.
Ovct 2,200 votes should bo polled
in Lincoln for Woodrow Wilson next
Tuesday nnd will be if every demo
cint will do his duty.
Don t liclicvc everything you sec
in tho Interior Journal today. Wo
don t guarantee our advertisements.
All democrats of Lincoln are urg
ed to come in Saturday to hear
Judge John W. Hughes speak.
Ono week from today tells tho tale.
And it's to these
MEN we address
Are the garments you
work in. To get them
Good Enough, Strong Enough,
and at the same time. Genteel,
is a hard problem, and yet we
have solved it, and today we
are showing such a stock as
Stanford has never seen, of
- merchandise to work in.
Heavy Calf-lined Shoes, Hon
est Mike Boots and Shoes,
Heavy Rubber Boots and Arc
tics, and such a line of WORK
GLOVES you really never saw, from a 10c Canvas
to a hand-sewed one at $2.00.
HEAD-LIGHT OVERALLS, and there was never a
better one made any size, 30 to 50, at the work
ing man's price, $1.00.
ALIGATOR SLICKERS in the Army Drab colon
they never leak nor. stick; in long coats or short
coats and pants, at $3.00.
Working Men, I want
you to see these goods
We have a full stock of
Heating Stoves, Coal f asos
. Goal Hods. Grates. &c
Call and see them.
This presidential race rerolves it
self down finally to a fight between
a clAmpion of the pcoplo nnd their
rights against two opponents both
of whom are completely identified
with the big interests which do not
give a tinker's, dam whether the
common people get any consircra.
tion or not. Woodrow Wilson is
lending the common people's cause.
How can we afford to do otherwise
than stick to our friend T
Fish SuDDer at M. H. Johnson's
' M. II. Johnson will liavo n delight
(ful fish supper next Saturday night
nt his homo near the Ottcnhcim
pike, n mile and n hnlf from May-
wood. All tho boys nnd their girls
will be there, and all tho ladies and
gentlemen arc invited. Three kegs
of tho finest fish hnvc been ordered.
Some fino music will be furnished
nnd n big crowd is expected for n
fino time will bo hnd. The "rice of
admission will bo ronsonnblo. 87-2p.
THE MOTOR'S tUESTION
Much SfckncH Due lewd
A doctor's first question when
consulted by n patient Is "Aro your
boweU regular?' Ilo knows that 08
per rent of illness Is attended with
inactive, bowels and torpid liver nnd
that this condition must be removed
gently nnd thoroughly before health
ran be restored.
Uexnll Orderlies arc n positive,
pleasnnt nnd snfo remedy for con
btipalion nnd bowel disorders in
general. Wo nre so.ccrtnin of their
crent remedial value that wo prom
ise to Teturn tho purchaser's money
in every case when they fail to pro
duco entire satisfaction.
Rexall Orderlies aro eaten like
candy, they act quietly and hnvc n
oothing, strengthening, healing in
fluence on the entire intestinal tract?
They, do not purge, gripe, ennso
nausea, flatulence, excessive loose
ness, (iiiiiiM1 "r otilfl IllllUllltlH
eeet. They are especially good for
children, weak persons or old folks.
Two sire", 23c nnd 10 c. Sold only
nt our More Tho Itexnll Store,
Penny's Dmg Store.
Mid-week service preparatory to
the communion nt the Presbyterian
church Wednesdny evening, Oct. 30,
at 7 o'clock. All Presbyterians nre
nrgod to attend tho campaign con
ference nt Danville beginning on
Thursday Oct. 31, and closing nfter
the evening session on Friday, Nov.
Posted Huntlna Forbidden.
We, whose names nre signed be
low, positively forbid nnv hunting
or fishing upon our premises:
W. F. Scmonis, Wm. J. Beck, Fred
VonGrucnignn, Q. Bnnmnnn, Chns.
T. Willson, Ed Gooch, Lutes & Myers
C M. Allen. Ed Ballard. J. II. Car
ter, John M. Cnrter, Sam Castello,
Mrs. Mollio White.
Fall and Winter Sultlnqs.
My new FaU and Winter 8rapla ara now
rtartr for your Inrneetlon. Tarj eompria
tho bet on tn market. I ran anil anyone
a to prlc who had bis rlothra mad to or
drr. A nit made to roar nraiaro la pro
frratla to rradj mad rlothra. To bara tnem
mado to measura dorm I coat an? mora than
rradr mad whtn aaalllr and fit la eonild-
arrd. Coma In nod Irt ma takt Tour rneaa-
B. O. KVPLST, Tkt Pnttlrtl Trior
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jm TlieCar Complete
You Can Pay More-But What More Will You Get?
We ask your investigation of the R-C-H on two plain statements: First, that
no car at any price is more staunchly or sturdily built; second, that if you do not
buy an R-C-H you will not get as great a value anywhere else.
A CAR THAT IS CHEAP
ONLY IN PRICE
The R-C-H marks the biggest re-adjustment
of the motorcar values in
years. But the price is made possible
by two things quantity production,
and a systemitization of cost and facto
ry problems such as we do not think
the industry has ever before experi
enced. Our motto is: "Spend every
dollar necessary for quality, but don't
waste a cent." And its wonderful
what a difference the close application
of that principle makes in the price of
LEFT-SIDE DRIVE-CENTER CONTROL
Any other than a left-side drive is an absurdity
under North American road rules. It is a wonder
that American motorists tolerated a right-side drive
for so many years; a greater wonder that manufact
urers retained it.
The drive of the R-C-H is left-side; the control is
center lever out of the way, yet convenient to the
operator's right hand.
Greater accessibility; greater interchangeabiiity
due to the a extensive use of drop forgings, ideal
spring arrangement; perfect braking system there
are dozens of R-C-H features that must be seen to
Let us show them to you.
Non-Skid tuei 32x3 1-2 inch
12-inch "Hall" Bullet electric headlight, double parabolic lent.
6-inch "Hall" Bullet electric tide light with parabolic leni.
"Elide" 100 ampeie-hour electric battery.
Extra rinu and holder.
Jiffy curtain up or'down intanlaneouly. i
Top'and lop cover.
Rear view mirror.
Tool-lit, jack.tire repair kit, pump.
WHEELBASE-1 10 inche.
MOTOR Long-stroke; 4 cylinder cut en bloc; 3 1-4 inch
bore, 5-inch ttroke. Two-bearing crank thaft. Timing
gear and valve encloied. 3 -point iupention.
STEERING Left Side. Irreversible worm gear, 16-inch
ttrering wheel- Throttle control on (leering column.
CONTROL Center Lever operated through H.plale integral
with universal joint housing juit below. Hand lever emergen
cy brake at driver' right. Foot accelerator in connection
with hand throttle.
SPRINGS Front, tcmi elliptic; rear, full elliptic and mounted
on twivel teal.
FRAME-Preued steel channel.
AXLES Front, I-beam, drop forged; real, icuii-Ooatiug type.
TRANSMISSION Three speeds forward and reverse; sliding
gear, selective type.
CONSTUCTION-Drop-forging wherever practicable,
chrome nickel steel used throughout all shafts and gears in the
Uansm'usion and rear axle; high carbon manganese tteel in all
part requiring special stillness.
BODY Full 3-passenger English type; extra wide seats.
Call. Writ er Phone far Damanstratlan.
H. C. Carpenter
At Lincoln County National Bank,
Agent for Welbom Motor Co., Cincinnati, O., distributors for R-CII Corporation, Detroit, Mich.
BEGINNING Monday, Oct. 21st,
1912, we will sell our entire
stock of Dry Goods, Notions,
Shoes, Etc., at absolute cost. This
season's newest goods. Nothing
reserved. We need the money and
mean business. This is the best op
portunity you will ever have to save
money. Strictly a cash proposition.
Goods charged will be sold at the
regular price ::::::::
Hughes, Martin & Co.
Old in Age Riil Mrn in Ways
Tbo FinST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford is the oldest insti
tution in this section of the state, having been organize) March 0,
1854. A bank to have stood the panics that hnvo occurred in the
past 58 yeora must be all right. This bank today is stronrer and
better than it ever wns.
While old in ago it is modern in methods. Our patrons, and
they nre mnny, will testify to the fact that we take care of them
in a manner both pleasing and satisfactory.
Your patronage is respectfully asked. Bcmembcr our pledge
of courteous treatment and honorable dealings.
Our directory includes some of the most prominent business
men nnd fnrmcrs in this section of the county. Try us.
I' $ ffi?5..,relv H- c- BAUGHMAN, Cashier.
S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres. W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. B-Keeper.
J. R. HARRIS, ookkeeper.
ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING UP-TO-DATE.
WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' AND MISSES' COATS AND
COAT SUITS. SO COmE AND TAKE A LOOK.
L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky.
Tans, Gun Metals, Patents and Velours.
High tops for men, Ladies and
the little ones.
FALL GOODS NOW COMPLETE
Come i and see them
We have just received a com
plete line of Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Cloaks.
W. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky
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