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THE INTERIM JWWAL tTAMFWW, KENTUCKY.
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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 en the best shell en the market
PENNY'S, The RexaJl Store.
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 ybur 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,
thebest quality of shoes made in the world.
We mean this every word of it 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.
.' 1 Buried etaeei la onr Anarlean forest ws tnd Moedroet. quesVi met.
MILTON M. 8ADFL1T-
II A TUB BTHIOTLT IN ADVANCE
Mrtnit at fe reeteflrs at Sesaere! m c
Mi case steel sutler
We have a full stock of
Heating Stoves, Goaf Vases
Ceal Hods,Gra tes, &c
Call and see them.
The announcements In thli column an ol
raadldates for offlee, subject to tb. action el
the Demoeratie primary No announcements
will be Bid, nnleee paid for In adTancal
U. 8. HAUdllMAN
B. V. OIVK.NB
i. U. WEATHKKFOKD
T. J. II 1 1.!.
tT County Juigt
T. A. KICK
M. P. NOUTII
DINK FA KM F. It
WILLIAM It. HKHTBR
W. A. CARSON
' P. L. DECK
B. U. OWENS
B. H. BRONAUOB
P. a BANDIDOK
J. U. BOONE
W. T. OAKNER
WM II l.OMt
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From reports which nre coming
to the Interior Journal Lincoln coun
ty democrats nre practically solid
for the nomination of Beckham for
senator next year. Prominent men
of the party who were never for him
before are strong for him this time.
Kvery democrat who loves fair play
is bonnd to admit thnt the party
owes him this nomination, and that
it is up to the democracy to make
amends for the treachery in the
legislature which elected Bradley.
The I. J. wants to know how every
democrat in the county stands on
this matter. No democrat who be
lieves in a square deal and fair piny
to the pnrty's nominees can afford
to take any other position than that
the party must retrieve the dishonor
enst upon it when its nominee wns
beaten by traitors in its ranks. It
won't do to trust any democrat with
office or honor who holds any other
atoa la our American forett w feid Moedfeet. queaa ), aw
drafts and states root, Joldea teal. Ora.on (ripe root aad eksrryhark. Of Hesse) Dr.
1 para Myeetle extract wnien aaa nam njwmmj uvn rer
1 called It "Golden Medical Dlaeoary." . .
da aad i
K. V. Piarea ssasVi a
evw fnrfv ara ft
TWt " Discovery " purKaa tha blood and tonea op tha steataea aad the astir
system la Nature' owa way. It'a just the tissue builder and toalo you require
uhea recovarinf, from a hard cold, drip, or pneumonia. No matter how tron tb
confltutlon the stomach It apt to be ''out ot kilter" at times hi consequence
the blood la disordered, for tha stomach is the laboratory for the constant menu,
facture of Mood. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery strengthens the stomach-
puts it In shape to make pure, rich Blood helps the liver ana
kidneys to expel the poi'ons Irom the body. The weak, nerv
ous, rundown, debilitated condition which so many people
experience at this time ol the year ia usually the effect ot
poisons in the blood j It Is often indicated by pimples or boils
appearing1 on the skin, the f sec becomes thin you feel " blue.
"Morn than a wrk nco I va suffering with nn nwftil
rold In mr head, tlim.it, hrcat, ami Uyly," writes Jilt.
.1mis O. KuxT.of 710 Ii. hlroot, H. R, N ahlnRton, I. 0.
"Sumo callol It La Grlpim, fomo pneumonia. I vo nilvlstil
hr a friend to try a Loitlo of your Uoldrn Medical licnv;
cry. I trlwl a Wtt!n and It did mow much Rood that I frel
:ifo In savins It Is tho Bivrtrot nnd ben nmllclno that I
over took. Mv hialt!i Is n ih U-ttor ti.iu It wus Ix'foro
tiolntr your incdlclnu. It docs all you claim for It mid Is
1. a. klmt, iq.
The shattering of the Turkisli em
pire by the Balkan Alliance marks an
important epoch in the world-wide
conflict between Christianity and
Infidelity. The whole of Europe
may now be said to be uuder Chris
tian sovereignty. The hope of the
missionaries "the World for Christ"
is being fulfilled by force of arms
just now as well as by moral suasion
Mrs. E. S. Hays has returned to
her home here from nn extended
visit to her parents in Louisville.
Br. T. J. Acton wns in Louisville
from Monday until Thursday of last
week attending the meeting of the
State Medical Society.
Bwight McDonald is rapidly re
covering from a lingering illness of
Harlan Newell is able to sit up
in his room all day nfter .being con
fined to his bed for three months.
Gov. Wilson and Judge Smith
carried Eubank voting precinct by
a largo majority, ns predicted sev
eral weeks before the election.
Col. Fmecum, who resided near
Buncombe, aged 70 years, departed
Ms life November 4, of Bright's
disease, ne served ns Colonel in the
Union Army during the Civil War.
He wns one of the most highly res
pected citizens of the county and wns
wealthy. The friends and relatives
hero have tho sympathy of the en
tire community in their sad bereave
Only a Fire Hero.
Tlnf Tio frnu'il nliAArofl. ns. with
burned hands, he held up ft small
round box, "fellows r ne snouicu,
this Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold.
lins everything bent for burns."
Itipbt also for boils, ulcers, cores,
pimples, eczema, cuts, bprnins brui
ses. Surest pile cure, it suouues
inflammation kills imin.
nt all druggists.
It is so much easier to tell others
how to do a thing than it is to do it
Laurant, the celebrated magician
nnd wonder worker, is the next num.
her on the, Lyceum program at tho
opera house. He comes, Nov. 30th.
No one will wnnt to mUq seeing this
visard. After him corns three de
lightful musical troupes, nnd a
special price has been made on ea
.on tickets for the four numbers.
On sale at Penny's Drug Store.
MISS LUCY SMITH
Gets the Dinner Set In Sam Robin
son's Contest This Week.
A Medicine that Dees Net Cest Any.
thing Unless It Cares
The nclive medical ingredient of
Rexall Orderlies which is odorless,
tasteless nnd roolrlesa i n compara
tively new discovery. Combined with
other extremely valuable ingredi
ents, it forms n erfect bowel rt
gulntor, inte.stinni invigorntor nnd
slrengthener. Itexall Ordorlies arc
eaten like candy nnd nre notable for
their ngreenblcness to the palate
and gentleness of action. They do
not cause griping or nny disagree,
able effect or inconvenience.
Unlike other preparations for n
like purpose, they do not create a
habit, but instead they act to over
come the cause of habit acquired
through the use of ordinary laxatives
cathartics and harsh physic and
permanently remove tjic cause of
constipation or irregular bowel ac
tion. We will refund your money without
argument if they do not do ns we 6ay
they will. Two sizes, 25c nnd 10c
Sold only at our store The Rcxnll
storp. Penny's Drug Store.
KNOW IT WELL
Familiar Features Well Known to
Hundreds of Stanford Citizens
A familiar burden in many homes.
The burden of a ''bad back.
A lame, a weak or nn nehiug gack
Often tells you of kidney ills.
Bonn's Kidney Pills are for weak
Hcer is Stanford testimony.
D. C. Dyehouse, Whitley, avenue
Stanford, Ky., says: "I am in a
position to recommend Doan'.s Kid
ney Pills highly ns they were the
oue and only remedy thnt ever gave
me relief from backache. My back
was so sore and painful thnt it wus
hard for mo to get around for days
at a time. I tried everything but
did not seem to get anything thnt
would bring me relief until I pro
cured Donn's Kidney Pills nt Shu
gar and Tanner's Drug Store. They
proved to be what I needed and by
the time I hnd used three boxes, the
pain in my back disappeared nnd I
felt better in every way."
For snlo by nil dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milbiirn Co., Buffalo,
N. Y. sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doaus
and take no other.
Miss Lucy Smith won the dinner
set in Sam Itobinsou'fl interesting
pinno contest this week. Now girls,
vmly cix more weeks nnd you can
know then who has worked hnAl
Don't let the other girl win and then
blame us. You have u splendid
chance. The standing today is:
1230,923 44 17,C00
5130,510 47 J9,335
C 42,322 4845,600
7 13,915 40126,405
878,025 ' 5040,870
13 12,800 5440,795
1513,567 5li 18,920
21 10,600 6245,550
2343,250 04 10,090
2443,070 65 15,160
26 43,S60 0749,230
2!l 15,110 7071,433
.K 10,433 . 71 13,333
32 13,060 73 17,700
3(5112,103 7S 52,010
37 14,000 79 18,270
38 14,780 8050,915
1041,065 82 18.0S0
4143,090 S3 54,920
Contestants Take Notice: As n
special inducement, with every cou
pon book sold we will, for the next
10 days only, give you a bonus vote
of 20.000. Also with every piece of
coat sweaters we will give you a
bonus vote of 5,000. Now is your
$25.00 In Gold Given Away
R. M. Newland, the Life nnd 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 lugs to weigh not less than four
$7.50 for the second best.
$2.50 for the third best.
No trash leaf or red sonsidcrcd.
A. W. King, Danville, Ky., Judge.
Tnlk with mo about your firo and
life insurance. R. M. NEWLAND.
A Permanent Cure For
J. C. McClary
UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER
Office PMene 117. Heme Phem 35.
Fall and Winter Suitings.
My Bw Fill ad Winter Samples rt now
M4y for roar InrpetUon. Taex conprls
oo tha mirk
I tu salt mjoos
s to pries wso kid bis clothes mids.to or
der. A suit Bids
to your sseisar Is pr-
leriU la read mid clothe. To hare theas
Bids to aaeaiare doeaa't ot ur nor thaa
m.Aw mkit wham anftMtv and fit le aonald-
Although those may dispute It who
have not tried It, yet thousands of
others, who speak from personal experi
ence, assert that there 1 a permanent
cure for chronic constipation. Home
irauty wiey were curea lor as little as
flfty cents, years ago, and that the
trouble never came back on them, while
others admit they took several bottles
before a steady cure was broueht about.
Tho remedy referred to Is Dr. Cald
well's Syrup 1'epnln. It has been on
tho market for over a quarter of a
century and has been popularized on Its
merits, by one person telling another.
The fact that Its strongest supporters
are women and elderly people tho ones
moat persistently constipated makes It
certain that the claims rcKardlnir It as
a permanent cure for constipation have
not been exaggerated.
It Is not violent like cathartic pills,
salts or waters, but operates eenily,
without Krlplns- and without shock to
the system. It contains tonic proper
ties that strengthen the stomach and
bowel muscles so that In time medicines
of all kinds can be dispensed with and
nature is again solely relied on.
Among the legions who testify to thesa
tacts are J. F. Ulankenshlp, Sharon, Tenn.,
and Iieulah U ltogers, Kosmosdale. Ky.,
and they always have a bottle of It In the
house, for It is a reliable laxative for all
the family from Infancy to old age.
Anyone wishing to make a trial of this
remedy before buylne It In the reeular
way of a druggist at flfty cents or one
dollar a large bottle (family size) can
have a samnle bottle sent to the homn
free of charge by simply addressing Dr.
W. H. Caldwell. 406 Washington Ut..
Montlcello, 111. Your name and address
on a postal card will Up,
It URAL TELEPHONES.
MR. FARMER : Make vour home as modern for voui
family as a nice residence, and nlaco vourself in a Dosi
tion to cet the latest market auota.tions at anv time.
This can be accomplished hv means of our telephone
service which .you una vour neichbors can tret for a sum
that is small compared with the benefit received. Call
)r address our nearest office or write direct to bead
Quarters. Nushville. Tenn.. for information recording
onr suecial "Farmers Line" rate. If vou are not at tires
ent eniovine teleoLone service, we can immediately interest vou. Our lines
cover the HtateB 'of Kentucky. Tennessee. MississiDoi. Louisiana and tha
Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. Cumberland Tel. 4 Tel. Ce.
BEGINNING Monelay, Oct. 2 let,
1912, we will Mil our tir.
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 Bnt Modern in Ways
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford Is tha oldest insti
tution in this section of the state, having been organised Ifa'rck 9,
1854. A bank to have stood the panics that have occurred ia tka
past 68 years must be all right. This bank today is stronrsr and
better than it ever was.
"While old in age it is modern ia methods. Our patrons, and
they are many, will testify to the fact that we taka car of theas
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. IAU6HMAN, Caihler.
8. T. HARRIS. Vice Pres. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. I-Keeser.
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.
LLSAiW, Crab Orchard, Ky.
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 leathers 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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