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THE INTERIOR JIUBWAL iTAMFORP. KENTUCKY.
to death while out
Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc.
witk our shells. Winchester Leaders and Repeaters
are the best for field and trap. Let us quote you
prices en the best shell en the market
PENNY'S, The Rexall Store.
Suit's to -work in.
Onos.you will not
be afraid to soil.
ONES YOU CAN
CLEAN and press
and make like
new ones if you
should soil them.
$1 AnOverallSuit 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 Siit, well made and warm, at $7.50
A Cwtiroy Stit at $7.50, $10 and $12.50
Ai alrwttl (SS wat) Kersey Salt for $10.00
These are the clothes for the working man. They are strong;
They are warm; They are priced low.
V.A-- C.-J- Let us fit you in one of
uress-up ouits our adleric a oe
Suits in blue, brown or grey at y 1 TO OO
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 show you is all
wool, and they shape their coats a little bet
ter than anybody we know.
We have a full stock of
Hiatihg Stoves, Coal Vases
Call and see them.
I ' V" t
Suits in Men's Sizes
$1 to $35
The Interior Journal.
HILTON M. BAUrLKY.
1 A TEAR BTIUOTLY IN ADVAMOB
Kmltrti at l pMtft$ at BUnftrd M $tf
r4 tUti mmt mtHtr
Tb. announcfmmti Is tall column r ol
aandidatea lor office. aabjttt Is th attlon .
mnotraua primary, no uanu
will t B.dt, vbIcm paid for la adtaatai
at. B. IIAUOIIMAN
B. W. 01VF.N8
J. U. WEATHEKFURD
T. J. HILL
lT CtMtllf Jvdjt
T. A. RICK
U. T. NOKT1I
WILLIAM II. HESTER
W. A. CARBON
V. L. BECK
6. it. OWK.N8
R. H. BRUNAUOH
P. a HANDIDOE
J. IL BOONE
W. T. GARNER
William C. Long,
President Woodrow Wilson
What a magnificent victory it
But, at that, it was only commen
surate with the wonderful fight that
our candidate wnged from the moi
ment ho entered the arena for the
nomination. The entire enreer of
Woodrow Wilson is an inspiration.
He stands as truly typical of the
fast increasing demand on the part
of the American people for better
and higher things 5n life, cleaner
politics, integrity in official life as
well as in business. In fact, he is
the man who believes that the
"great common people' ns the lu
mented Qoebel so aptly called them
are entitled to n square Deal at
all times and under all circumstances
The call of the people for such a
leader at the head of the nation, has
come from all parts of the country,
irrespective of previous political be.
liefs. States that have never before
been fonnd in a democratic column
are discovered for Wilson this time.
His victory is an immense personal
tribute, as well as a wonderful party
victory. May the Lord of Hosts and
the God of nations hold strong and
tme his hand at the helm of the
old ship of state throughout the
nest four years.
Vnrd Mnrsee sold a bunch of 50
pound shoats at 7 cents.
Jfiss jrary Chestnut hn returned
from a very pleasant visit to Mrs.
Jno. Woods and Mis Lee Herring,
The four year old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ison fell off a mule receiving
a severe fracture of the arm.
Jno. Pruitt sold a horse to Will
Burton, of Lancaster for $150.
Mr .Pruitt threw a stone at one
of his valuable horses breaking its
leg. Realizing that it would be of
no more value ho killed it instantly.
Mrs. Leighton. the mother of Mrs.
Wm. Broaddus, of this place died
at her home on Bock, Creek in her
80th year. She was buried at Lan.
caster Sunday afternoon. The
friends of Mrs. Bronddns offer sym
pathy in her sorrow. Rev. Bell clos
ed a meeting with Pleasant Grove
church Sunday evening with ten ad
ditions five by letter and 5 for
baptism. The candidates were bap
tized nt King's Mill Sunday nftcr
noon. Rev. Bell has returned to
his home in Lexington.
Mrs. Morrie Dunn and daughter,
Miss Ella, of Danville, were guests
of Mrs. Ida Robinson from Friday
Mrs. Lee, of Ninn, is spending
several days with her grand daugh
ter, Mn. Jesse Sanders.
Messrs. Halite" Royston and Su
sie Higgins were with Miss Georgia
Mrs. Ben Hughes, of Lancaster,
was at the bedside of her mother,
Mrs. Mnrgaret Sutton last Sunday
who is quite ill. Tho little visitor
who camo to the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Telnfus Pollard three weeks
J. C. McClary
UNDMTAKKII AND KM BALM KR
ffrM PIMM 117. HMM PhMM 38.
Fall and Winter Suitings.
Uj srw Fall and Winter Bamplee ax. now
ready tor your larpectlos. They eomprit.
tha ben mi U aurkeU I eaa autt anyone
at to prlc. who kad all clothe, made to or
der. A. soli made to yonr nuarore la Brt
Iwabl. to ready d clolhea. To ? Um
bus. to BMwnr. dotan't coat any aura than
nad awdo vhaa nalltr aad SI if could-
arad. Oaaaa latalMai ufca jew
TJie tmrdent woman baa to tarry throuth We are many tmt rfcey cm tw
KfJrtmH M ah wiH tarn to Dr. Piarea'a Farprite PreacrWion. 'A toetWaf tad
MrtnJllMiilaa' rrlae tnbdulni nerroua excitability, prostration, hyatarfa, hot
Bathes aad the amir aymptomt which nay b earned by diatrctakHl IHa Metlhr
to women. For thote " drajin4-Jown " paint or dialreaa and lor the Atrtnft
mrnta and irretfularitica the " Farorite Prescription " ha had many thousand of
teitimoalali from people tivlnjf ia every part of America. Another important
thing to retry aroma it that tlil medicine it made from efficient luedlehiet root",
without the uie ol alcohol, narootlct, or any injurioui arKi. Fu!l lilt of acdl
eon given on bottle-wrapper and iwora to hy Dr. R. V. Fierce who It Pretldeht
BBJB hit specially,
lfc ''I can cheerfully
0?BM I yourTavorltorrffcrl
Vj . I
mllpf tintll I wm
cilice has been christened. Carl
Mr. fnnley Rronddus died nt his
home on Inst Saturday morning nt 8
o'clock after a linxcrinjr illness of
several month?. He leaves a wife
nnd n daughter, Mrs. Will Ler.r, who
was livinj: with her father at the
time of her death. They have nun
crous friendx, who nymimiiiue with
them in their bereavement.
ment nt Lancaster.
Perto Dice's New Wander
From fnr away Porto Rico come
reports of a wonderful r.cw discovery
that is believed will vastly benefit
the people. Ramon T. Marchan, of
Bnrcelonetn, writes: "Dr. Kinc's
New Discovery is doine splendid
work 'here. It cured me about five
times of terrible couehs and colds,
also Tdv brother of a ftevcro cold in
he rhftit and mon thnn 20 others,
who ued it on my ndvicc. We hope
this crcat medicine will yet be sold
in every druc More in Porto Rico."
For thront nnd liintr troubles there
is nothiui: better. A trial will con
vince jou of its merits'. 50 cents &
$1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaran
teed bj ell drufsists.
$25.00 In Gold Given Away
R. M. Newland, the Life and Fire
Insurance agent here, will give a to
bacco show on the 2nd Monday in
December, court da v.
Prizes as Follows:
$15 in gold for the best six hands
of luzs to weigh not less than four
.$7.50 for the second best.
62.50 for the third best.
No trash leaf or red sonsidcred.
A. W. King, Danville, Ky., Judge.
Talk with me about your fire and
life insurance. R. M. XEWLAND.
TESTED AND PROVEN
There is a Heao of Solace in Beina
Able to Depend Upon a Weil
For months Interior Journal rend
esr have seen the constant expres
sion of prnie for DoanV Kidney
Pills, nnd read about the good work
they have done in this locality. What
other remedy ever produced such
convincing proof of merit f
John H. Wren, E. Main Street,
Stanford, Ky., says: "I know from
experience that'Doan's Kidney Pills
are all tt)&t is claimed for them. Off
and on for several years! had severe
attacks of lame back. Often I did
work that required stooping and at
such times the backache became
much worse. There was also a too
frequent desire to void tho kidney
secretions both day and nicbt. Doan's
Kidney Pills relieved me nnd have
never failed to benefit me since then
when I have taken them."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo.
JCew York, sole agents for the Unit
Remember the name Donn s
and take no other.
Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO.
SPECIAL ROUND-TRIP FARES TO
Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama
Umi Itturm Limit Fall StiM)vef Privileges.
Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent
Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans. Elec
trically lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawing.Room
Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches.
For details call on any Ticket Agent, Queen & Crescent Route, or pply to
H.C. KINO, Patenter Tick At, lOI.E.AUtoSt, Uxtfto, Ky;
ol the Invalidt' Hotel and Surgical Inttitute, at Buffalo,
N. Y. Eery woman ia Invited to write to thia Institute and
receive confidential and aound medical advice, entirely
without coil (rom one who makes the diteaic ol women
recommend ronr remedies. Mnoclnll
'rffcrlptlnn,' for nirffinnln disorders," writes
.MR4.3I. .M.-MoitHFM-of MulTCIty.Tciin..lU)iit2. "Durlns
t!loatv'nye!lfil 1 nitTrrrd from pnln In tho back and
nv'nrlpL Trlml trtftfiw tnrHltn htf. fn.thjf Anltf lp.Mil.Hf
many rcmrdlM but found only tMnlcnt
rruaili Iit a friend to try Dr. l'lorcp'.
Hon. Aiut Rtvlntt this rvmoly a fair trial.
I found that It would do Jm what It Is rccommendol to
do. I til In all tvrn lottlr. I c.innot stioak too htghlj
of Dr. l'lerco's remedies for all femalo drrftnirrmunu.
Dr. Ptorec'M PUaasat Fellow reauUta ttwr lit.
Money to Loan, From $1,000 to
$23,000, ht f per cent, with Rood
tenl estate security. E. D. Pcnninir
ton, Slnnford, Ky. 78-8p.
An Offer That Involves No Risk For
Those Who Accept It.
Wo nre so positive our remedy
will relicxc constipation, tlint we of
fer to furnish it free of nil cost if it
Constipation is enticed by weak
Ei of the !erv?s and muscles of
the large intestines or descending
colon. To expect relief you mubt
therefore tone tip and strengthen
those orgnns nnd restore them to
We want you to try Rcxnll Order,
lies on our guarantee. They arc
eaten like candy, and are particular
ly ideal fur children. They net dir.
ectly on the nerves nnd muscles of
the bowels. They have a neutral net
tion on the other orgnns or glands.
They do not purge or cause any in.
convenience whatever. They act to
overcome chronic or habitual con
stipatiou and the myriads of asocl.
ate or dependent chronic ailments
Try Rcxnll Orderlies at our risk. Two
sires, 10c and 25c. Sold only nt our
store The Rcxnll Store Penny's
A Trial Gave Instant Relief The
Great Kidney Remedy Never Dis.
Reinz broken down in health, suf
fenntr with Kidney Trouble, despnir
iti2 of cer belli!; well again. I was
ilvised hv a fnend to try Dr. Kil
mer's Swamt-Root which irnvo me
instant relief, and after umuk sev.
cinl bottles. I am now ouml and
well, and can raM TeCuiiuucnd
Swamp Root to anyone suffenng
with b.U'k or kidney troubles.
I aUo had rheumatism, nnd I have
had more relief from Dr. Kilmer's
SwumpRoot than nnv other remedy
A sufficient tnnl will convince aiiy.
body of thements of Swamp-Root.
Yours very truly.
P. E. KELSON
Murphy, N. C.
Subscribed nnd sworn to before
me this 17th day of Julv. 1909.
EDMUND B. NORVELL.
Cherokee County. N. C.
(letter already up)
Dr. Kilmer & Ce.
Binohamton, 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 recehe a booklet of valuable
information, telling nil about the
kidneys and bladder. When writing
be sure to mention the Stanford In
terior Journal. Regular fifty cent
nnd one-dollar size bottles for sale
at all drug stores.
BOONE AXLE GREW
have to grease
but once a
Winter Tourist Tickets
NOW ON SALE
TO ALL WINTER RESORTS
BEGINNING Monday, Oct.M,
1812, w will mII pur-.dMttrc
stock of Dry Goods, Notioiis,
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 M iMni in Ways
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford is the oldest insti
tution in this section of the state, having been orgnnized March 9,
2SS4. A bunk to have stood the panics that hare occurred in tha
past 58 years must be all right. This bank today is stronger and
better thnn it ever was.
While old in age it i modern in methods. Our patrons, and
they are many, will testify to the fact that we take care of them
in a manner both pleasing ami satixfactory. .
Your patronage is respectfully asked. Remember Our pledge ,(
of courteous treatment and honorable dealings. (
Our directory includes some of tho moat prominent hunin.na
men nnd farmers in this section of the pounty. Try us.
J. S. HOCKEft. Pres. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier.
S. T. HARRIS, Vies Pres.. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. B-KMDSr. '
J. R. HARRIS. Bwkkeeper. .
ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING UP-TO-DATE.
WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' AND MISSES' COATS AND
COAT SUITS. SO COME AND TAKE A LOOK.
1. L. SABERS, . Crab Orchard, Ky.
AV! kji.' .".v tM -d
mm?-. . VsaP-A
aBBMv vs. l
Tans, Gun Metals, Patents and Velours.
High tops for men, Ladies and
the little ones.
FALL GOODS NOW COMPLETE
Come and see them
Judge Not Alone by
Yet everyone avoids a mangy dog and a
shabby book-agent. Fine feathers do
make fine birds, and good clothes go a
long way toward making a self-respecting
man win his way. Get a new suit and
look prosperous. Our fall line is now on
W. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky
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