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THE IMTUtm JWiMIAL ITAMFtM. KtiTWCKY.
I New Suits-New Coats
J Our Fall Showing Now at Its Very Best.
S The almost dally arrivals of Women's and Misses' I&Monabte Coats and Suits make up a
1 collection that is of peculiar interest to those who desire the exclusive and
5 the beautiful. Trimmed and plain tailored models in all the
Z fashionable fabrics and favorite colors In the largest
and most varied assortment we have
2 ever assembled.
Some Splendid Values for This Week's Selling.
Fancy or Plain Tailored Suits
Of Whipcords. Corduroy Cords,
two-toned and plain Diagonals,
Mannish Serges and Cheviots
Black, Navy. Brown and Cray. $19.75 values
i Made in the new cutaway or
ei C AA straight coat effect. All warm
plO.UU , interlined. Extraordinary
$22.50, $25.00 and $29.50
A Splendid Showing of Novelty Coats
Of Astrakhan, Chiachilla and Plaid Backs, suitable for street and motor wean
also several spleadid styles in severely plain tailored models of mannish
serges and wide wale worsted, in full length coats at $10.00, $12.00,
$15.00, $18.00, $22.50 and $25.00.
Special Values in Misses' and Children's Coats.
Our Fall showing of stylish Coats for Misses' and Children is now at its best.
Good warm Coats in all the new materials at $5, $5.90, $6.50, $7.50 and $10
Merode "jb& Underwear
Our Fall and Winter stock of Underwear for ,
Women, Misses and Children is now com
plete in every detail. Every weight, kind
and size represented at just the price you
want to pay.
Women's Union Suits at 50c. $1,
$1.25 and $2.
Women's Separate Garments and
Tiqhts at 50c and $1.
Children's Union Suits. 50c. 65c $1
Children's Vests and Pants at 25c
and 50 cents.
We also direct vour attention to our
comolete assortments of Wsm
men's Tiqhts and Children's Black
Bloomers at 50 cents.
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Welsh & Wiseman Co.
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Hon. W. L McCarty.
Campaign Chairman W. L. 3Ii
Cnrty, who hns so efficiently and
aggressively managed tlio fight for
Woodrow ilsim in Lincoln county
nnd to those efforts to n largo ex
tent, the splendid showing mmlo in
this comity, is due, hns Issued the
following enrd of thanks to those
who were associated with him in the
campaign and helped in tlio great
battle for democracy's triumph:
Stanford, Ky., Nov. 4.
To the Democrats of Lincoln Co.:
At the beginning of the campaign
in this county on behalf of Wilson
and Mar&hall, I was designated to
net ns county chairman. I took up
the duties of that position feeling
lint it was n high privilege, to be so
identified with the campaign for
the election vi our nominees for the
Presidency and Vice Presidency. I
was confident also, that that same
feeling would prevail among all
democrats and every man would es
teem it n favor to bo allowed to aid
in this fight.
In that confidence I was not mis
taken. Xover hns a campaign chair
man been more loyally assisted than
I have been. Everywhere in the
county there has been manifested
eagerness to take part in tlio work
of the campaign. I feel deeply
grateful for this help, and I desire
in this way to thank tlio Democrats
of Lincoln County for the splendid
manner in which they have coop
erated with me, nnd with one nnoth
T. in tlu election.
Especially do I feel under obli
gations to tho various precinct conn
mittcemen nnd their chairmen. They
have shown that r.eol in their party's
causo that is indeed worthy of emu
In t ton. Especially do I feel grate
fnl to tho untiring zenl and devotion
to the cause of thoso two splendid
democrats, K S. Alcorn and W. S.
Ourch who have in season and out,
peglcctcd their own business, ridden
and driven all over the county, and
assisted ery materially in the or.
ionization of tho county. They
nnd each of them have been on the
job all tho time. And their advice
end assistance hns been of very
material benefit during the entire
compaign as members of the advis
The Interior Journal and its splen
did editor, have been of very mater
ial benefit during the entire cam.
rtniu'n, and rendered valuable nid.
Wo Mill win by a splendid major.
V. L. McCARTY, Campaign Ch'ra'n.
Lincoln Man Had Booze
Charles Reed, of Milledcoville.
Lincoln ctfunty, was fined .$.0 in
countv court this moniitiK on the
charge of having hnd in his posses-
moii thirty gnllons of liquor in Bo.vlo
county. Ho plead pirny to tho
rlinrgo. He was captured by Officer
H. D. Bruce nicht before lt. Of.
fleers of Lincoln were notified nnd
it is supposed that efforts will be
nun'- to fino Reed in Lincoln coun
ty. Danville Advocate.
I will offer nt puhlio outery at
my place on Frog Branch, 1-4 of n
mile northwest of Peyton's Well on
Thursday. Nov. 8. 1912
.The following described property:
All kinds of farming implements.
such as plows, disc harrows, AA
harrows, 1 two horse wagon, in
good order, wagon and plow harness
set of black smith tools, 5,000 lbs
of tobacco in tho barn, tobacco
sticks, and a lot of fodder. Also
two 5-year-old mares, good workers,
in foal to S. T. Harris' jack, 1 3.
year-old well broke mare, 1 two
year old filly, cow and calf, 25 bush
els of hand stripped 1)1 no grass seed,
nice nnd clean of timothy hay and
clover hay, mixed ono man hand
bono grinder, nnd manv other things
too numerous to mention. Terms
easy and announced on day of sale.
Ira T. Moser.
Moreland. Kv R. F. No. 2.
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HVS THEM A CALL, FRWB
I will offer my farm for sale con
sisting of 50 acres on the Qreen riv
er 2 1-2 miles east of McKinney on
tho Jumbo pike on
Thursday. Nov. 14. 1912
This farm is level and under good
fences. Good for corn and grass.
10 acres of fine timber land, 5, acres
of meadow, 10 acres of pasture, the
remainder for corn.
A new 4-room house, barn 32x40
smoko house- of two rooms, buggy
houso nnd wood shed, tenant house
of four rooms.
Will also sell household nnd kit
chen furniture, which is new, nil of
my stock, a saw and grist mill nnd
lumber, crops and n vacant lot nt
McKinney, and other things too
numerous to mention.
This farm is on the best road in
Lincoln county, rural mail, tele
phone close to school and, church.
John Newell, Hustonville
34-7p. R. F. D. No. 1 Box 108.
Posted Hunttna Forbidden.
We, whose names ore signed be
low, positively forbU anv hunting
or fishing upon our premises:
W. F. Scmonis, Win. J. Beck, Fred
VonQruenigan, 0. Baumann, Chas.
T. Willson, Ed Gooch, Lutes & Myers
C. M. Allen, Ed Ballard, J. II. Car
ter, John M. Carter, Sam Castello,
Mrs. Mollie White.
On account of my work n the
Gospel taking so much of my time
I will sell nt public outcry, on
November 16. 1912
My farm of CO acres of Blue Grass
located within the limits of Huston
ille nnd Middlcburg pike, with a
good G room dwelling, stock and to
bacco barn combined, good orchard
and everlasting water. Will also
sell 1 brood mare, 1 farm horse, 2
milk cows nnd calves, 2 brood sows.
14 fchoats, corn, hemp, tobacco end
T. A. Wilkinson.
A JEWELED MEDAL
W are In poiltlon to do all kind, of eon
cretin?, men Block Work, I'avementa, and
in fact, we (an make anything- from a noun
down to a frnca pott. Call and get our pricet
oeicir you buy jour material at Matt.
PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky.
Mad A Nw Man Of Him.
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T.Alaton, Raleigh. N.0,t4 mj
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Presented to Laurant By Society of
Notable event in New York Citv.
Onlv two other Magicians in Ameri.
ca thus honored.
Tho following telegram to the Ly.
cfum ews was received in New
"At the annual meeting and pub.
lio exhibition of tho Society of
American Magicians held nt Carnr.
gie Lyceum last night, this citv.
Lnurnnt was the guest of honor.
nnd at the closo of his part of the
performance he was decorated with
a beautiful jeweled medal, an un.
usual distinction. Tho only other
mngicians on whom this honor has
been conferred are Keller and Her.
rmann. Tho meeting was attended
by about threo hundred of tho mn.
giciani ol America nnd Europe.'
Laurant will bo seen in Stanford on
The Somerset football team, which
has been defeated six straight times
by the Stanford school eleven, jumps
into print in tho Journal there with
"At last boastful Stanford Hich
School hns rcfuod to battlo with
our noble warriors of tho gridiron 1
After dofenting Somerset six times
in succession and hearing that wo
hao n somewhat better team than
ever before, thev seem to bo afraid
of suffering defeat nt tho hands of
Somersets husky nlavors. Thv
refilled on the grounds that thev
linvo not the team they possessed
before and that they could not
play firnt-clas high schools this
ear, owing to tho loss of several
of their players. By press reports
we note that they defeated Laneas
ter High School this week bv n
scote of 47 to 0. Do Jhcv cnll that
"not having n teamt' Surelv not.
There is and can ho but ono wnv of
looking nt this refusal nnd that is
they nro "skecred of us." Well,
Stanford how about itt. Will you
I'lny us or shall you bo branded ns
A Stanford football enthusiast
suggests that the Somerset boys
and earn a renutntion beforo comimr
out with such stuff. Looks like six
straights ought to have taught them
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Hsn. Emmet V. Puryear.
Of Danville, who was elected Commonwealth's Attorney of this, the 13th
Circuit Court dintrict, without opposition. Mr. Puryear will take his
office as soon as his commission is issued by the Secretary of state as
he is elected to fill tho vacancy caused by the elevation of Judgo C. A.
Hardin to tho bench, and which vnenncy has been filled most creditab
ly for the past year by Hon. Oeorgc D. FltiTetice, of this city, probably
the only Itepuhlican Commonwealth's Attorney the district has ever had.
Mr. I'ttyear is a splendid young lawyer and his friends ore expecting
him to mako n great record in his office.
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Rl If "Twenty-Five"
You Can Pay MoreBut 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
LEFTSIDE 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 interchangcability
due to the 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.
$25.00 In Gold Given Away
It. M. Nawland, tho Life and Firo
Insurance agent here, will give a to
bacco show on tho 2nd Monday in
December, court dav.
Prizes as -Follows:
$15 in gold for the best six hands
of lugs to weigh not less than four
$7.G0 for tho second best.
$2.50 for tho third host.
No trash leaf or red sonsidorcd.
A. Ww King, Danville, Ky., Judge.
Talk with me about your fire and
life insurance. It. M. NEWLAND.
Noa-Skid tun 32x3 1-2 Inch.
12-inch "Hall" Bullet electric headlight!, double paiabolic lent.
6-inch "Hall" Bullet electric aide light! with parabolic lens.
'Exide" 100 ampere-hour electric battery.
Extra rims and holders.
Tally. ho horn.
Jiffy curtains up or'down inilantaneoutly.
Top'and top cover.
Rear view mirror.
Tool-kit, jack.Jure repair kit. pump.
MOTOR Long-stroke; 4 cylinders cast en bloc; 3 1-4 inch
bore, 5-inch stroke. Two-bearing crank shall. Timing
gears and valves enclosed. 3 -point suspension.
STEERING Led Side. Irreversible worm gear, 16-inch
steering wheeL Thiottle control on steering column.
CONTROL Center Lever opcraled through H.plate integral
with universal joint homing just below. Hand lever emergen
cy brake at dnver's right. Foot accelerator in connection
with hand throttle.
SPRINGS Front, semi elliptic; rear, lull elliptic and mounted
on swivel seats.
FRAME-Pressed steel channel.
AXLES Front. I-beam, drop forged, rear, semi-floating type.
TRANSMISSION Three speeds forward and reverse; sliding
gear, selective type.
CONSTUCTION Drop-forgings wheroes practicable,
chrome nickel steel used throughout all shafts and gears in the
transmission and rear axle; high carbon manganese steel in all
parts requiring special stiffness.
BODY Full 5-passerger Engluh type; extra Hide seats.
Call, Writ r PhoHs fp Dcmanstratisii .
H. C. Carpenter
At Lincoln County National Dank,
'Agent for Welborn Motor Co., Cincinnati, O., distributors for It-C-II Corporation, Detroit, Mich.
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