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THE IWTEMtt JMJttAL tTAMFt. EH7UCKV
The Interior Journal
Qg PctsomI (iMrwIee
to M Skin Sufferers'
MILTON M. BACrLST-
1 A TXAB STBIOTLT IN ADTAMCB
to death while out
Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc.
with our shelli. 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.
Suits in Men's Sizes
$1 to $35
Suits to work in.
Ones you will not
be afraid to soil.
ONES YOU CAN
CLEAN and press
and make like
new ones if you
should soil them.
$1 An OverallSuit for One Dollar $1
A suit of Headlight Overalls for $2
and you CAN'T BUY a BETTER ONE to save your life
A Kersey Suit, well made and warm, at $7.50
A Corduroy Suit at $7.50, $10 and $12.50
As all-wool CSSSlS) Kersey Suit for $10.00
These are the clothes for the working man. They are strong;
They are warm; They are priced low.
tt n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii i n i
TV...-. .. C.4U Let us fit you in one of
Dress-up ouits outadleric f doe
Suits in blue, brown or grey atylv 10 yDD
and you are fit for any occasion. It's the
graceful build of the shoulders, the close fit
ting collar, the skirt that hangs to the body,
that makes a coat look like it was made for
you. Every ADLER suit we showyou is all
wool, and they shape th'eir coats a little bet
ter than anybody wo know.
tnd cli molt mttor
T,r rrtiUtnt WOODROW WILSON.
rr r. fro tiios. n, Marshall
For VwTMt UAUVKT UELVI
For VomltVo Aty E. T. ITJKYEAR
For Circuit Vlirt3. p. HOLDAM
For Mtittrttt. U. FIELDS
For Mtftitnlom. O. NEWLAMD
Tb annoitoeeinfnti In thli column r et
candidates for olllce, tubject to the action .1
lh Democratic primary. No annoonccmenli
will bo made, onleM paid for In adraaccl
M. 8. HAUOIlMAN
n. W. OIVEN8
J. U. WEATHEKFOHD
T. J. HILL
lor Ceuitv Jvdgo
T. A. RICK
M V NOHTU
WILLIAM II HEHTER
W. A. CARSON
V. L. HECK
S. M. OWENS
K. II. BUONAUOn
P. 0 SA.VDIUOE
J. II. 110ONH
V. T. OAltNEIt
Willinm C. Lone,
y? hr tn tn tititrna In 1hts town
for soma time, and wa arc looking: to
build up trade by always adtlalnc our
Bo wlicn we tell yon that we have
found the ecxema remedy and that we
atand back of It with the manufacturer'
Iron clad guarantee, backed by oureelrea
you con depend upon It that we Klve our
ndvtce not In order to eell n few bottles
of medicine to akin mfTerero, but be
ratie we know how It will help our
bualneai If wo help our patroni.
We Iiccp In stock and Mil, all Ihn well
known akin remedies. Ilut we will say
this: If ou are suffering from any
kind of akin trouble, ecema. pnrlal.
man or tetter, we want you to try a full
sue bottle of D. V D Prescription.
And, If It doen nH Co (ha work, this
bottle wilt coat you nothlne;. Ton alone
Again and araln wa bare seen how ft
few dropa of thla simple wash applied
to the akin, takes away the Itch, In
stantly. And the cures all aeem to be
D. D. 1). Prescription made by the
D. D. D. Laboratories of Chicago, Is
compoecd of thymol, Rlyrerlne, nit of
vlntergreen and other henllnir. aoothlnr,
coollnc Insredlrnta And If yoti are
Juat craiy with Itch, you will feel
ontheit and cnnlr-d. the Itch absolutely
Bashed, nwiy the moment you applied
this U DID.
We bae aada fast friends of mors
than one family by recommending this
remedy tn n tkln aulTerer hern and
there and we want ou to trv It now
on our j'&ililvo no-pay tuaraptco.
SHUGARS & TANN ER, Stanford. Kentucky.
Jesse Alvcrson is showinjr up the
Anderson County Fiscal Court in n
way to open tho eyes ) tlio taxpay
ers who wcro ignorant as to how
tbeir monoy was beinc spent. The
law requires that nil fiscal courts
shall publish n statement, showing
whero every dollar of tho people's
monev troes, but some fiscnl courts
do not do so. Tho people of Ander.j
sou county are now having their
Our hat's oii to State Campaign
Chairman Camden. As an organiz
er, hustler and general live uirc
ho was always on the job. The
Kentucky democrats owe him a ole
It's three weeks yet to Thanksgiv
ing, but judging from the results of
tho Balkan war, the Monte Netrro
will Servia Turkey with Greece this
year beforo tho usual carving day
for the gobbler bird.
We have a full stock of
Htating Stoves, Coal Vases
Coal Hods, Grates, &c
Call and see them.
W H HitfdirK 1
i " .l.A.-lftbMM I
t Stanford, IKy.
Farmers seem to be getting along
nicely with their corn gathering and
.Mrs. Eliza Green, of McKinncy, is
wsiting Mrs. W. P. Martin for a
Mr. J. A. Manning, wife and chil
dren visited relatives horp this week.
Mrs. Henry McYhortcr is on the
Wo are glad to say Mrs. Wesley
Naylor, who has been sick for some
time is somo better at this writing.
HustonilIe, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. . P. Martin.
Miss Anna Lee Mobley, of Mo
Kinncy, is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Robert Hubble this week.
Archie Terry, of Yosemitc 13 visit
ing his sister, Mrs. Jesse Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. John Carter visited
her mother and attended church at
Miss Ruth Coffey is visiting her
aunt Mrs. W. P. JLartin.
Mrs. Alfred Skinner, of Buena Vis
ta, is visiting her sister's Mrs. Kate
Coffey at McKinncy and Mrs. E. P.
Martin, of this place.
Mr. Mack Singleton ,nnd wife
spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs.
K. L. Martin.
Mr. Cecil Manning and wife, have
Teturned homo after a visit with
Her brother at Stanford.
Mr. Walter Martin and wife spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mio. K. F.
Campbell at Maywood.
T vour husband cross? An irri
table, fault finding disposition is
often due to o disordered stomach
A man with good 'digestion is nearly
nlwavs good natured. A great many
bavo been permanently cured of
stomach trouble by takipg Cbami
berlain's Tablets. For sale by Pen
ny's Drug Storo.
High School News.
(By Jh. Cooper.)
The S. M. S. football team plal
the D. .V ). school of Danville, Sat
urday and win defeated by the
-.core of 31 to 0. The game wns
phi vd xm the C. U. grounds nt Dan
ville. Two of our htnr players were
out of the gatne, and their Miibsti
lutes hadn't practiced scarcely nn
with our bi)s. Spalding llilL and
Silas Anderson were the two, who
were unable to play. This H the
fust season that the I), cc D. school
plnjers nc ever t-cored on our lo
cal team, but their team N lur better
this yenr than the ftrrmer team.
Tho lineup wns us tollows:
S. II. S Left end Wood; Left
tackle, Farmer; left gunnlj Jloble ;
Singleton, center; light gunid Davis;
right tackle McCormack; right end,
S. Embry; quarter hack, I looker,
left half back, C. Coleman, right
hnlf back, T. Coleman; full back,
Miss Gertrude) Wilkinson has been
The Phnrean Society held its re
culiir meeting in tlin niulit.inmn l"-t
Friday nfternoon. After the min
utes were read the debate was begun.
Tho subject for the nfternoon was:
"Kcsolved that Hawthorne Pictures
real life in his Works better than
Miss Lucy Smith opened tho de
bate, and Mi.3 Ella Warren on the
negative. Miss Eliznbcth Mntheny
was the next nffinnatho followed by
Clinton Colemnn, for the negative.
Mr. Jiuiift Cooper wns the third nf
finnative and Mis Marion Grime-
the negative. Miss Effie Baughinnn
the last affirmative and Mr. Harry
Ueinhart the last negative. The
judges wero Mr. Walker, Mri. Car
penter and Mr. Greer. Their de
cision was in favor of the negative
'1 to 1. Piano selections by Mi"
McKinney, Singleton nml Mcltobertn
wore enjoyed ery much.
Miss Lucy Smith 'J4 was absent
one day last week.
The Literary Society held iN re
gular meeting in tho high school
room last Friday. The meeting was
enjoyed by nil.
A crowd of young jcoplo stormed
Miss Effie Baughmnn nt Mrn. A. B.
Florence's homo on Hallowe'en night
The evening was enjoyed erv much.
Delightful refreshments were servedJ
nt ft suitable time, and each one de.
parted thinking they had speut n
merry Hnllowen. Thos pre-ent
Miss Mary S. Cook and Mr. Har
ry Carter, Miss Eva Bromley, and
Mr. Robert Carter, Miss Lissa Holtz-
claw nnd Mr. Thomas Coleman,,
Miss Sallie M- Crnig and Mr. Clinton
Colemnn, Miss Mnry E. McKinncy
nnd Mr. Joe Hill, Miss Lottie Carson
and Mr. Jamos C'oojier.
Xcws has been received by rela
tives of (lie mtiiriage in Alhambrn,
Cal., of Mhs -Martha Pierce Beariey
to Louis Hood Crocker. The bride
u a fotuuT Kentuekv girt and mado
Stanford her homo for somo time,
having attended the old Stanford
Female College. Her ninny friends
hrc will visli llieiii every happiness.
The boy's appetite i flen the
vmi cc of.nmarement. If jou would
have Mich an apiolite take Chnm
berlain's Tablets. They not only
create a healthy appetite, but strong
then tho stomach and enable it to
do its work naturally. For sale by
G. L. Penny.
ZEMO FOR DANDRUFF
You Will Be Surprised to See How
Quickly it Disappears.
No more dirty conts dandruff
heads. Zemo stops dandruff. Ap
ply it any time with tip3 of lingers.
No smell, no smear, Zemo sinks into
the pores, makes tho scalp healthy,
makes the hair fiuo nnd glossy. I-or
any skin affllctiuii. Itch, uuudruff.
et'zcuio, pimples, blotches, try Zemo
nt our risk. Zemo is prepared by
L. . Rose Mcdicmo Co., St. Louis
Mo., nnd is sold in Stanford by Pen
ny's Drug Store.
A Trial Gave Instant Relief The
Great Kidney Remedy Never Dis.
Being broken down in health, suf
fering with Kidney Trouble, despair
ing of ever being well again, I wns
ndvicctt by a lriend to try Dr. Kil
mer's Swamiv-Koot which gave me
instant nlief, and after using scv
eial bottles. I am now 3011ml nnd
well, uml can safely recommend
Swamp Boot to anyone suffering
with hack or kidney troubles.
1 nNo had rheumatism, nnd I have
had nunc relief from Dr. Kilmer' r
Swamp Hoot than any other rcmedv
A Mitficicnt trial will convince any.
body of thejnents of Swamp-Root.
Yours very truly,
P. E. NELSON
Murphy, N. C.
Subset ibed and sworn to before
me this 17th day of July. 11)00.
EDMUND B. NOHVELL.
Cherokee County. N. C.
(letter already up)
Dr. Kilmer i. Co.
Binqhamton, N. Y.
Prove What Swamp Root Will Do
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle.
It will convince anyone. You will
also receive a booklet of valuublc
information, telling nil about the
kidneys and bladder. When writing
be sure to mention the Stanford In
terior Journal. Regular fifty cent
and one-dollar bizo bottles for sale
nt all drug stores.
J, C. McClary
'r-pjjg 11 assy
UNDERTAKER AND KMBALMEII
Office Pham 117. HM Phm 35.
Fall and Winter Suitings.
Mr Bv FU and Winter BaaipUs art bow
readr lor jour IdsmcUob. Tb7 cosprins
tha Mat on tho Btaxaei. I can nil BS70M
aa to prlea who had fcia dotbaa mad to Ar
dor. A. (alt nado to oar BMonro la pra
teabla la na auda oloUos. To hato akoaa
suds to BUMoro doooB'l coot asjr aaora ttea
mit ml. ku "- aad bm ia aaaalaV
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have to grease
but once a
Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO.
Winter Tourist Tickets
NOW ON SALS
TO ALL WINTER RESORTS
SPECIAL ROUND-TRIP FARES TO
Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama
Umi latwra Uit Fall St. p-Ovr Privilege.
' Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent
Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans, Elec
trically lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawing-Koom
Skfpiog Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches.
For details call on any Ticket Aent, Queen & Crescent Route, or apply to
H.C. KINO, PmaHfr Ticket Agm E. Mate St, Lexiaftos, Ky.
BEGINNING Monday, Oct 21st,'
1912, we will Mil our entire
atoclc of Dry Good, Notiona,
Shoe, Etc., at abaolute coat ThU
aeaaon'a neweat gooda. Nothmf
reaerved. We need the money and
mean buaineaa. Thia ia the beat op
portunity you will ever have to aave
money. Strictly a caah proposition.
Gooda charged will be aold at the
regular price ::::::::
Hughes, Martin & Co.
Old in Age !!ni Mrn in Ways
The FIRST NATIONAL HANIC, of Stanford is the oldest insti
tution in this section of tho stnte, having hecn ormmed March 0,
385-1. A Imnk to have stood tho nnnicti thnt hnvo occurred in tho
past 5S yean must ho nil rif,'!it. This hnnk today is stronccr nnd
better thnn it ever wns.
White old in ngo it it modern in method. Our pntrons, nnd
they nre rnnnv. will testify to th fnrt tlmt ve take care cf thcro
in n ninnner both plensiui; nnd Kntisfnctory.
Your untronnco is respectfully naked. Kemcmhcr our pledge
of courteous treatment nnd huiiotAlilc drnhnirs.
Our drrectu-y iniltides some of the most prominent business
men nnd farmers in tbie section of tlw county Try as.
J. S. H0CKER. Pres. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier
S. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres.. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. B-Keener.
J. R. HARRIS. Bookkeeper.
ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING UP-TO-DATE.
WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' AND MISSES' COATS AND
COAT SUITS. SO COME AND TAKE A LOOK.
LUMBERS, Crab Orcliaid, Ky.
MVj .'.' I. BBW7 j
bPV" Ti ' lT
bv; s.1 I fir "
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
PkJSS of, Ladies', Misses'
and Children s Cloaks.
W. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky