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THE INTERIM J0UM1AL BTANFORi. KENTUCKY.
lo 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.
Aid 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,
Heaw 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 Iwork
ing man's price, $1.00.
ALIGATOR SLICKERS in the Army Drab color,
they never leak nor stick; in long coats or short
coats and pants, at $3.00.
Working Men, I want
you to see these goods
We have a full stock of
Hiating Stoves. Coal Vases
Ceal Hids, Grates, &c
Call and see them.
The Interior Journal
8HILT0M U. SAUKJCT.
1 A TEAR BTR1CTLT IN ADVANCI
Kntirti t Ik ttto!fit$ si Sfnfird M ft
m tint stsfl atatter
tt FttiUtM WOODROW WIL80M.
for r. I'm TltOS. II. MARBHALIj
Tot Vtngrif HARVEY HELM
r.r VtmUk't Illy E. V. TUKTEAR
Fr Circuit tlr J. F. 1I0LDAM
Tt MititrattVr. M. FIELD
r.r JfSflt(rf M. C KKWLAND
The announcements In this column are o(
eandidatet (or incf, obJrct to the action ol
the Deaoeratle primary. No annrancemenit
will bo made, nnlrtt pld for In adtaneel
H. 8. 11AUGIIMAN
n. w. atVENS
J, O. WEATHRUFORD
T. J. HILL
J or Cstmhr Judc
T. A. HICK
If. F. NOHTII
WILLIAM H. 11KBTIR
W. A. CARSON
P. L. BECK
8. M. OWENS
R. U. BRONAUOR
P. U. HANDIDOE
1. H. BOONE
VT. T. OARNER
William . C. Lonj,
Taft Aaalnst the Farmers.
As Gov. Wilson says the farmer
feeds the country, while Congress has
been feeding the trusts. He is fore
ed to tell in the cheapest market
and buy in the greatest monoply
market in the world. When Mr.
Taft vetoed the bills passed by Con.
jress to relieve the farmer of some
of his burden, he struck a blow at
the foundation of wealth at the
country and showed how firmly he
is held in the grasp of the interests.
The matchless leader on the floor of
the House, lion. Oscar Underwood,
says that had tho bills passed, been
permitted to become laws without
the interference of the President,
the people of this country would
have saved $650,000,000. The House
passed some of the bills over Taft's
veto but the Senate was like Taft,
bound to his idols. Mr. Taft admit
ted that his party had not kept
faith with the people in some of the
schedules of the tariff, but when
given the opportunity to correct
them he failed to do so, giving the
flimiest of pretexts. Such a course
could only result in the failure of his
administration. The people have
lot confidence in him and he will
soon go into merited retirement. A
glorious day is dawning for Demo
cracy and nest March, please God.
a man who believes that platforms
are to stand on, and not used solely
to get in on, will use every endeavor
to restore to the people their control
of tho government.
It is always the safest plan in
politics, as in other matters, to take
nothing for granted. The election
of the Democratic ticket seems as
sured but it will not be successful
unless those who are for it shall
cast their ballots. Victory is now
in our grasp. Let every man go to
the polls next Tuesday and take ad
vantage of the greatest opportunity
that has come to the people in many
years to return to the control of
Hubert Carpenter attended the
banquet of the State Medical Asso
ciation at the Seclbach in Louis
ville Wednesday night. He took a
poll of the doctors at tho table at
which he sat. Eighteen of them
were for Wilson nnd four for Itoose
clt. Not one said ho intended vot
ins for Taft.
Mies Cotdia Delk nnd Richard
Trimble were married nt King s
Mountain Saturday night, Rev. Can.
non performed the ceremony. Miss
Delk was the daughter of Mr. nnd
Mrs. S. Delk of this place. She
is 10 and Mr. Trimble 18, We have
new neighbors, Mr. Bell, who is go
ing to have n store nnd a broom fac
tory. Mrs. Adams is visiting nor
sister, Mrs. Fannie Moore, at Jumbo.
Last Saturday No. 0 ran into Mr.
Trustee's hand car nnd tore it into
kindling wood, but no one was hurt.
Mr. Richard Austin rnied some poi
tatoes this year that weighed two
Rov. David Gentry filled his regiu
lnr appointment nt Hethcl Sunday
last. Mrs. David Proctor is still on
the tick list. Mr. John Scott, who
has been in Indiana is at home again
Mr. M. M. Taylor is at homo ngnin
for a few days. Mr. 0. W. Taylor
and Morris were in Mt. Vernon Tues
day to hear Gov. Beckham speak.
He made a splendid speech to about
1,000 people. The protraetd meet
ing will begin nt Bethel the secind
Sunday in next month.
Fall and WWk Sultlm.
Vj new Fall ud Winter Sample an bow
ready for your Innectlon. They eomprU
tho beet on tho market. I can ult anyone
aa to price who had bit clothes mad la or
der. A rait made to your meaeurs It pre-
tle to reaay maa eiotnei. to nay uem
A to meaaurs doesn't cut any more than
ready mad when juality and fit I eonaid-
Mrs. C. B. Helm, who hns been
seriously ill, in nomcwlmt belter nt
Mrs. Sophronia Trnyner, of
Louisville, wns n recent gueet of Mr.
nnd .Mrs. Jesc Minor.
Mr. It, S. Martin sold to John
Holthy a hoiiRo nnd lot on Lucas
Street for $350.
Mr. J. P. Kniley nnd family, of
Shelby City, have mocd into the
hoitte recently vacated by Mr.
Mis Uesic Rogers, of Danville,
who is teaching in the graded school
here hns taken rooms with Mrs. J.
Mr$. Alice Urownficld and dnugh
tier, Mrs. J. C. Robinon, have mov
ed into ono of Mr. Thomns Cosby'n
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe E. Wright have
returned from Denver nnd Colorado
Spring, Colo., during tOiich trip
they also visited Mr. Wright's broth
er, Mr. James Wright in Knnsas.
Mrs. Cnrmichal, of Bowen, hns
moved into ono of tho Cosby houses
in this plnco.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mack Baucom have
returned from a visit to the former's
parents in Fulton.
Mrs. Sallie Banks, of Cane Val
ley, stopped over with her sister,
Mrs. Lucy Reynolds en route home
from n visit to her son, Mr. Benja
min Banks in Richmond.
Mr. II. L. Tharp went to Brod
hcad Saturday and expects to bring
his family with him when he returns
They will occupy the house belong
ing to J. M. Kcanc.
Mrs. W. V. Phillips, of Huston
ville, was n recent visitor to Mrs.
Mary K. Hnnkln.
Mrs. J. Walker Bailey has return
ed from a visit to Mr. J. W. Bailey
The school nt Shelby City being
taught by Prof. Robert Powers went
to the Knobs on a nutting trip Fri
day. Tho Cumberland Grocery Co. have
received two 20 horse power auto
trucks, which will be used between
this city nnd Lebanon in hauling
Mr. G. W. Settles hns opened n
grocery in the store room recently
erected west of the depot.
Mr. Stephen Anderson, of John
son county, Kns., visited his brother
Mr. M. L. Anderson, recently.
W. D. Lunsford bought of O. P.
Green, of Pnrksville, a lot of butch
er cattle nt 3 1-2 to 4 cents a pound.
AKn n fnt hog from .1, W. Baling nt
8 cents a pound.
Mrs. W. H. Tadlock, son Wallace,
and Mr. Adam Jones, of Lexington,
are visiting tho former's sister, Mrs.
G. S. Cosby.
Prof, and Mrs. Jno. W. Rawlings,
of Danville, visited Mrs. Mnry E.
lions. Ben Lee Hardin and C. C.
Hngby will address tho citizens of
this city at the Maccabeo Hall on
Wednesday evening, in the interest
of the Democratic candidate for
Mrs. .7. W. Green and daughter,
little Miss Linda, have returned to
London, after visiting the former's
Miss Lula May Hays, of Mit
chellshurg, spent Sunday with her
cousin, Miss Lucy Hankla.
Mrs. Mary E. Hankla, entertained
nt n six o'clock dinner Friday even
ing in honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe E.
Wright, who have but recently re
turned from a bridal tour to the
Rock Mountains. In nddition to the
guests of honor, there were present
Miss LaVinia McGraw, Mrs. J. W.
Green and Mrt. W. W. Phillips.
Mrs'. J. R. Steele and daughter,
Mis Mury, have returned from a
visit to the former's mother, Mrs.
Mary Westerfield, at Parksville.
Miss Hazel and Master Wheeler
McGinnis, of Parksville, visited Dr.
and Mrs. J. R. Steele Saturday.
The Royal Amusement Company,
after giving n street fnir hero for
six days, left Sunday for Steams,
W. A. Reynolds motored to Dan
ville Friday nnd did some shopping.
Robert Fox went to Lexington
l.iet week on a pleasure trip.
W. T. Doolin sold two weanling
mules on court dny for $100. He
alio sold Via Lcnr n bunch of ISO
pound hogs nt 7 cents.
Jim Sutton bought 10 cnlvcs from
C. A. hobinson nt fl 1-2 cents.
A protracted meeting hits jmt
been closed by Rev. Bush ,of Lan
caster, nt Orchnrd Grow without
rimrles Mnrscc, tho son of Mr.
Job Marscc underwent n Hucccssful
operation Inst week for npitcmliri
tis nt Danville. He serins to be do
.Fudge Browning hns returned
from llio mountains wlipro he spent
sceral days in buying cnttle.
A little girl who had come for her
first muJo lesson, wns asked bv
her teacher, ''Ruth can you pingT"
Sho replied "yes'in, I enn sing hut I
can't carry the tune."
Mi Mary Chestnut will go to
Lexington tho latter pnrt of the week
to visit Mrs. John Woods.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Ycnger, of Till.
n, Okln., who nro now tho guests
of Mrs. John Woods, of Danville,
art ptpceted soon to visit friend
of their old home.
Mr. nnd Mr. Lnfc Leach and
daughter nic visiting nt Danville.
Mis Klla Leach nnd Miss Dollie
Sims arc visiting Mrs. It. E. Ilorton.
Misses Veren and Venin Sims
spent Saturday and Sunday with
their uncle, Mr. Crnig Sims.
Miss B. Sims accompanied by her
ocusin spent Saturday and Sunday
with her parents and attended the
box supper nt Green Brier.
Mr. G. W llortou and family have
moved back to their old fann.
Mrs. W. M. Burton is able to be
out again, her many friends are
glad to know.
Mrs. E. G. Gillilnnd nnd children
visited her mother, at Eubanks last
The box supper given by the
Green Brier .school was a success.
Miss Dniy Sims' box bringing $1.75
which she received n ring us first
prize. Some of the most comic pieces
were "Misunderstanding" by Misses
Grace Jeffries and Rosettn Privitt,
"Coin Somewhere" bv Laura John
son, Stella Leach. "A Yankee in
Love'' bv Stella Leach. "Uucle Pete
by Ira Braswell nnd Mnrso O'Denr,
A large crowd was present and all
report a good time.
Mr. J. T. Ilorton, will have a sale
at his home one mile cast of King's
Mountain on Nov. 4, even body
The Winchester Xews heretofore
an independent dai'v has declared
for Wilson fur Prcsivnl.
ZEM0 FOR DANDRUFF
You Will Be Surprised to See How
Quickly it Disappears.
No more dirty coats dandruff
heads. Zemo stops dandruff. Ap
ply it any time with tips of fingers.
No smell, no smear, Zemo sinks into
the pores, makes the scalp healthy,
makes the hair fino and glossy. For
any skin affliction, itch, dandruff,
eczemo, pimples, blotches, try Zemo
at our risk. Zemo is prepared Dy
E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis.
Mo., and is sold in Stanford by Pen
ny's Drug Store.
TESTED AND PROVEN
There Is a Heap of Solace In Belnq
Able to Deoend Upon a Well
Rev. Bunvon McLcod, of Ander
son, S. C, is the new pastor of the
First Presbyterian church at Har
For months Interior Journal read
esr have seen the constant expres
sion of praise for Doan's Kidney
Pills, nnd read about tho good work
they have dor.e in this locality.
other remedy ever produced
convincing proof of merit T
John H. Wren, E. Mnin Street,
Stanford, Ky., says: "I know from
experience thnt Doan's Kidney Pills
arc all that is claimed for them. Off
and on for several yearsl had severo
attacks of lame back. Often I did
work that required stooping and at
such times the backache became
much worse. Thero was also a too
fiequent desiro to void the kidney
secretions both dny and night. DoanH
Kidney Pills relieved mo nnd hnvc
never failed to benefit me since then
when I hnvo taken them."
For sale by nil dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for tho Unit
Remember the name Doan s
nnd take no .other. '
The Perfect Laxative
For Elderly People
Are has Its attraction: no let than
South In a mora aerene and quieter life,
ut It la this very Ufa of reat without
sufficient ezerclae that LHoki with It
thoKo dlaordera that arlae from In
activity. Chief of theaa ar a chronic,
Moat elderly people are troubled In
thl way, with accompanying symptoms
of belchlne, drowalne after eatlnir,
headaches and ceneral laaaltude. Fre
quently there is dimculty of digesting
ven llfht food. Much mental trouble
ensues, aa It Is hard to find a suitable
remedy. First of all the advice may be
given that elderly people should not use
alts, cathartlo pills or powders, waters
or any of the more violent purgatives.
What thev need, women as well aa men.
Is a mild laxative tonic, one that Is
pleasant tO' take and yet acts without
properties that strengthen the stomach,
liver and bowels. Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin, which thousands of elderly peo
ple use. to the exclusion of all other
remedies. Trustworthy neonln liks A. n.
Tlrrett, Oalclawn Furm, Newbern, Term.,
and Mrs. Utile S. Brooks, Itorls,' Ky.,
say they take It at rerular Inter
vals and In that way not only main
tain general good health, but that they
have not In years felt as good as they
do now. You will do well to alwaya
have a bottla of It In the house.
good for all the family. ,
Anyone wishing to make a trial of this
way of a druggist at fifty cents or one
remedy before buying It In the regular
M. O. MUPIMT, 1U TnetUii JtOtr
dollar a large bottle (family else) can
have a samDla bottla sent to tha noma
free of charra bv elmolv addresaliur Dr.
IW. B. Caldwell. 40S Washington St..
"ha remedy that fills all these re-I Mon tlcello. 111. Tour name and addrese
QUlrtioects, and baa la addition toalo'oa a postal card will do. "
BEGINNING Monday, Oct. 21st,
1912, we will Mil our entire
itoclc 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 Rut Modern in Ways
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford Is the oldest Inst:
tntion in this section of the state, having been orjjnnired March 0,
1854. A bank to have stood the panics thnt have ocenrred in tho
past 58 years must bo all right. This bank todny is stronger and
Better thnn it ever was.
While old in age it is modern in methods. Our patrons, and
they are many, will testify to the fact that we take enre 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 and farmers in this section of the county. Try us.
J. S. HOCKER, Pres. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Caihler.
S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres.. W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. B-Kecptr.
J. R. HARRIS. Bookkeeper.
ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING UP-TO-DATE.
WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' AND MISSES COATS
COAT SUITS. SO COME AND TAKE A LOOK.
L.L.SA1ERS, Crab Orcliard, Ky.
Tans, Gun Metals, Patents and Velours.
High tops for men, Ladies and
the little ones.
FALL GOODS NOW COMPLETE
Come and see them
We have just received a com
plete line of Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Cloaks.
W. E. PERKINS
. . Crab Orchard, Ky