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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY,
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 n the best shell on the market
PENNY'S, The Rexall Store.
The Interior Journal.
U1KL.TON M. BAUrLKT-
fl A 1EAK BTRtCTLY IN ADVANCE
The best is always the cheapest tho some
times when buying they look high. The
best sometimes disappoints us, but the
cheap ones will fool you most every time.
If you feel you must skimp a little, take it
out of your clothes or underwear, but nev
er out of your shoes. Buy the very best
every time for your feet. We decided two
years ago to buy every time the very best
things possible for the feet. We are today
showing, both in leather and rubber goods,
the best quality of shoes madeintheworld.
We mean this every word of itf and we
declare to you that a man's fine shoe to
retail at $3.50, .$4, $5 and $6, are the
Walkovers and Nettletons. If there
is a work shoe from $3.50 to $7 that will
wear longer, stay softer and nearer dry
than Menzies we don't know it. These
Menzies people call their boys' shoes,
"American Boy" they are the same high
class wear resisters as the men's. They
cost you $2, $2.50, $3 and $3.50 in
boys; we have all these new. You will
have to have them when it rains.
Fnltrrt t IW pxttoffe t Stanford u mc
d rlaii mail nadir
Tbr announctmtnti in thli column re ol
(DdiUtet (or oIl, lubjtrt to the action ol
the Dcmocr.lK primary. No announcement!
will b mad, nnltM jald (or In adtantai
II. B. HAUOllMAN
B. W. (1IVEN8
J. O. WEATIIKRrUKD
T. J. HILL
itt Cuitv Juigt
T. A. RIUK
M. P. NORTH
WILLIAM II. HESTER
W. A. CARSON
P. L. BECK
8. M. OUL.N8
R. U. BRONAUOH
P. O. SANDIUOE
J. II. BOONE
V. T. OARNER
William C Long,
m m K m nnhcit market ntce pa
F W PM RAW FURS AN HIDES
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JOHN WHITE ICO. luisville,ky.
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We have a full stock of
Heating Stoves, Coal Vases
ChI Hods,Gra (es, &c
Call and see them.
Kentucky Democracy Owes
Senatershlp to Beckham.
With presidential politics out of
the way. Kentucky democrats nre
going to be particularly interested
in the nomination of a United States
Senator to succeed Senator Bradley
next August. The names of a num.
ber of distinguished members of the
party have been mentioned in con
nection with the nomination, but to
our mind but one man should be
considered by the democrats of Ken.
tuefcy for this particular place. That
man is J. C. V. Beckham, who was
deprived of n seat in the Senate by
the foulest treachery ever prepc.
trated upon a nominee of the demo
cratic party. JIc was the rightful
owner of the seat which Bradley is
soon to vacate. It was stolen from
hira by the rankest sort of political
burglary, nnd it is up to the dem
crats to make what amends they
can to the man who was so grievious
So. far, Gov. Beckham lins rrnt
said whether or not he will be n can
didatc for the nomination nest year.
He should not be long left in a ttntc
of indecision on the subject. The
democrats of Kentucky should de.
mand, and do. that they be given
the privilege to right the wrong,
to restore what was his, nnd to go
on record ns eternally opposed to
such underhanded methods in pol
tics ns were used to encompass his
defeat by the legislature. The dem
ocrats of Kentucky want the oppor
tunity to redeecm their fair 'scutch
con which was so basely dragged
in the mire by the four traitors who
elected Bradley, and on every hand
is heard the cry that Beckham is
the man for Senator next year, nnd,
the only ono who should receive con
sideration at this hour.
Aside from other considerations it
is peculiarly fitting that a man who
stood in the forefront of Kentucky
democrats as first, foremost nnd al
ways favoring -tho nomination of
Governor Wilson for the presidency,
should be the one who is the logical
candidate of the Kentucky demo
cracy for the senatorship. la such
a position, he would be of inesti
mable worth to bis state and his
constituents. Talk is heard that he
is to be considered for a cabinet po
sition, which proics the esteem in
which lie is held by the president
elect and the closeness of the rela.
tions existing between them.
There should be no question of
their course to all fair.uiinded dcm
ocrats. But one honorable channel
is open to them. Beckham must be
riven whnt was stolen from him.
"We nre satisfied that an overwhelm.
ing majority of Lincoln county item,
ocrats sco this matter as we do.
$50.00 TO $100.00 A MONTH
For your apare time Experience not need
ed. Want an acthe man In this locality.
To Introduce u to your frlenda. We pay
largest cash benefits when sick. Injured,
and at death, for smallest cost. Free-In-auranca
and Cash-Bonus offer to first ap
plicant from this place. Write Quick for
THE I-L-U 833. Coving-ton, Ky.
J. C. McClary
UNDERTAKER AND KMIALMIR
Office Phsiw IS7. HeiMtiMW 3&
opposite Court House
and get your winter stoves
When Woodrow WiUon comes in
to h'.s o, there's one young rami,
nil his friends in Kentucky hope he
will remember in a most substantial
and honorary way. That man is
Henry Breckinridge, of Lexington,
the pioneer in the president-elect's
cause in this state, and one of the
brainiest young democrats in the
Commonwealth. Some day he will
represent the old Ashland district,
so often honored by men of his name
in Congress, nnd there's no telling
what height n young man of his
genins nnd capacity will finally at
This farm is on the best road in
Lincoln county, rural ra.-.s!, tele
phone close to school nnd church.
John Newell. Hustonville
84-7p. R. F. D. No. 1 Box 103,
I will offer my farm for sale con
sisting of 60 acres on the Green riv
er 2 1-2 miles east of McKinney on
the Jumbo pike on
Thursday. Nov. 14. 1912
This farm is level nnd 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
smoke house of two rooms, buccT
house nnd wood shed, tenant house
of four rooms.
Will also sell household and kit
chen furniture, which is new, all of
my stock, a saw and grist mill and
lumber, crops and n vacant lot nt
McKinney, and other things too
numerous to mention.
The hoy's appetite is often the
source of nmntcment. If you would
have such an appetite take Cham
berlain's Tablets. They not only
create a healthy appetite, but strong"
then the stomach and ennble it to
do its work naturally. For sale by
G. L. Penny.
Wearepayiig the higkest
market price forTvkeys
Give ns a call before yoi
H. B. Northcott
As Executor of W. H. Dudderar, I will, on
Monday, November 25, 1912,
Beginning at about 1:30 P. M., at his late
residence in Rowland, Lincoln County, Ky.,
sell publicly, 8 brood mares, in foal to jack;
1 gelding, 2 years old; 3 weanling mule
colts; 3 Jersey cows, 2 Jersey calves, 3-2 in
terest in well bred n?are, 5 years old, by
Bourbon Chief, colt at side by Rex Peavino,
bred to Kentucky Choice; also about 90 bar
rels of corn in crib, a lot of baled timothy; 1
buggy, 1 set of single and 1 set of double
harness; 10 shares of stock in State Bank &
Trust Co., &c, &c.
Terms announced on day of sale.
J. F. DUDDERAR, Bxo'r.
Fall and Winter Sultlw.
Mr nw fall and Winter Bamplea r bow
reartr for jour Untctloo. Thy compriM
(ba leak on II narlt.L I can ault 40700
aa to pric who bad bii clothe mad to or
dtr. A (ait nad to your suitor ia pr
ratl to read mad dolbaa. To ban tooa
aula to awatora doaaa't coat any tkam
read aud whaa ualltr ud fit U coaaiaV
4. Cm ta aad M a tax jmu
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"vse'JL DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE
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
Lti ItUrm Liilt Fall 'SUp-Over Privifetfts.
Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent
Route. , Double daily through service to New Orleans. Elec
trically lighted equipment, including Tullraan Drawiug-Room
Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches.
For details call on any Ticket Agent, Queen fie Crescent Route, or apply to
H. C. KINO, PauMaar ft Ticket Age t, 181 E. Main St., Lexington, Ky.
BEGINNING Monday, Oct. 2 lit,
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 lint Modern in Ways
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford ia the oldest iniU
tntion in this section of the state, having ben organized March 0,
185-1. A bank to hare stood the panics that have occurred ia the
past SB years must be all right This bank today is stronger and
better than it ever was.
While old in age it is modern in methods. Onr patrons, and
they are mnny, will testify to the fact that we take care of then
in a manner both pleasing and satisfactory.
Your patronage is respectfully asked. Remember our pledge
of courteous treatment and 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. RAUGHMAN, Cashier.
S. T. HARRIS. Vict Pres.. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. R-Kewer.
J. R. HARRIS. RMkkeeper.
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.SAMRS, Crab Orchard, Ky.
Jj'. ";': 3iaHBHBBBnK.
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wfc:.T V ' V " 'A
Hi'- V Tv
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 fino 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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