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THE INTERIOft JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY.
TUESDAY. DECEMBER 24. 1912.
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BROMLEY & BROMLEY, Insurance
Successors to Mahoney & Fish, Stanford, Ky.
During the excitement
and rush of the past week
--so many things to get
so many things to remem
ber-have you forgotten
It's never too late to do
a kind or pleasant act !
We can furnish you still with all the
pretty and usefui things you want:
lianu uags ties
Suit Cases Mufflers
Walking Canes, Cuff Buttons
pi . Rooks
A O - iPL A.MAAA .i '!
-&. x icluuv viiiiauiias iu jrvu ..
1W have just 'received a large
niDerui fctiiiiuLuo ui ummiou
ke, picture books, etc., and
ine latesTj m in oveis ior wie
n-ups. Nothing is better
rS, - Hie Rexaii Store.
The Interior journal
glllCliTON h. BAUrLKT
1 A TEAR BmiOTLT IN ADVANCE
Knltrii l Mr ffter at Slontri m itt
i cUit mfl mllir
Th tnnAnfieenitnti la Ihli eolamn re el
etndidttea (or odes, lubjttt to th ction ot
In utmocnus primary. n nnoonwniH
wRI In utile, nnltM paid (or In adranctl
Tr Sktrtf l.
U. B. UAUU1IMAN
n. W. 0IVH.V8
J. U. WEATIIHItrOKD
T. J. HILL
lor Crunff Judft
T. A. 1UK
11. P. NORTH
WILLIAM II. HH.HTEU
W. A. OARSO.V
1'. L. IIRQK
B U. OWH.VS
R. H. HKO.VAUOn
f. U. 8AN1)IU(1K
J. II. IIO()NE
W. T. GAHKHU
VM. C. LOKO
J. T. ORIFFI.V
t'lililcr's W'ceklv, the KumUwl
rcftmn mtcv in the world, jirm'-lii-nlly
i'liutrei wlwltnle bribery
in the plcction o two iloniucrHtlp
'nitcd Stfltm Senior fiom Wot
Vitviiiiii. Kow lt thi vhIihuI jour
nnl do n little inv(vtiifHtiMK of the
election of the jirwent republican
Senator from !CiitiirK,v, when four
reneiriide demoerntM !elrneil tluir
pttrty and its imuiinee. A- there
wcio only four in thw (lo, tho
mntter of pr.ibintr eHUos bohitnl
their perfjdy hu!d not be so diffi-
AMilt in the AYet Virginia cno,
wlierein Collier's says the corrup
tion whh wholesale. 0 nil t in there,
iu-t n certainly n- it wns in other
noted seiint.yriul scimdnlt this pow
eerful pnjier 1ms expoed.
' Card of Thanki
J desire to tlinnlc inv frind- etna
neichhors for the ntteiitiou mid
kindness shown to mv wife during
her Inst illne-s. . JI. riinpiiell.
line figures here is our guarantee to
liitor,' regardless of the amount he may
suvta - ' loo.ioooo
Stspk HaJders Liability 100,000.00
Qwoty National Bank
Get our prices on Furs
before you sell.
H. B. Northcott
HOW TO RESIST
Chronic Coughs and Colds.
Strong, Tlgoroun men nntl women
hardly over cnteh cold; lt'i only whea
tho syitem is run down and vitality
low that colds and coughs get a foot
Now Isn't It reasonable that tho
right wny to cure a cough Is to bu(ld
up your strength again?
Mrs. Olivia Tarham, of Kast Dur
ham, N. C, says: MI took Vlnot for a
chronic cough which had lasted two
years, and tho cqugh not only disap
peared, but It built up my strength
Tho reason Vlnol Is so efficacious In
such coses Is because It contains In a
delicious concentrated form all tho
rnodlolnal curative elements of cod
liver oil. with tontc, blood-bulldlng
Chronic coughs and colds yield to
Vlnol leeause It builds up tho weak
ened, run-down system.
You can get )-our moniiy back any
lime if Vlnol does not do nil wo say.
Penny's Drug Store, Stanford. Ky.
Ifoln-rts Villi. Hntfild and Mi
Meulali Oie lUalolt were iimrnl
Thnmiliiv (muiii? at 7 o'clock, at
the uwnit'iH'r of the bride's parent,
near Ml. Monali, llev. .1 M. I.onic.
official in The-e vounc poople
Iimvp lii'im iowrs for soiueilme ami
llieir nmrriatfe whs the euliainathm
of a happv courthhip.
The bride is the benutitn! anri ac-
....iiJwlinil ilmivlitiir of Air. am'
Mrs. Frank llaslett and i adinrred
bv all for her sweet dinioition. hlio
wan liHuiloiiHily attireii in wiiho
ni..liiiii Hiu I ni'M-r looked lovelier
tllHIl OU tills IICCHSIIMI, hIioii ht ho-
eame the wife of the one whe lvel
The aroom is the Yiuinret son of
Mr. hh1 Mis K It. lint field, and is
n sp'uiidid ouriif fanner and well
liked bv all who know mm. Iliev
will makf their hoiuu with the
itroimi's pariuits. Mhv Heaven's
choii-et bh".sinxs re-t upon them
mid nuiy nil the gooil thiiitrs. f life,
coii'c their wny.
William It. Sowders. a youn:
j-roter. iiian of Highland, necoiii
panied li lis I.illie C'haiiihers np
pvnied befoif CotintN ('Ink Cooper
yestenlny nml npptiod tor marriage
liceii-e. The doifc- in tsiimt? the
document took them through the
coin - ot qut'stioiis reipiircd by law
rcuardiiit use etc, unit the ciise
of the snl rocHleil a nd and fMimc
whnt unusual condition. She stated
frankly that e was but 18 eiirs of
nue mill when the clerk asked for
the neco.-nry consent of her patents
she stated that her father hud de
serted his family when -he wfis n
year old and her mother secured a
dnorce upon the ground of tibundoii
meiit and later married another man
In it few yenrs her mother nml step
father died. leaving her at the ten
der ae of lit alone in the world
with an infant brother and sister to
be cared for. Tlje-e had been ent
to an orphanage while for five
yenrs -lie had made her own liiing
by hiring out ns rook. Rho luul
neitlior gtmnllnn nor rclnllron in tho
world to jfire consent to hor mnr
rtagi' ami Clerk Cooper wag placed
in a perdoxinf nttilitdo. Tho frank
and iniiorotil hoaririk of the girl on
lmted his yniritlil(w and he finally
i-mned the IrroMw with the girl on
Ih bond of her intpmleil husband.
Jinbre Itailey performed tho cere
mony in hi usual improaairo style
and sen them on llieir wny to the
gToom'rt homo nt Highland rejoicing.
Thi will be the onlv I. J. iwtied
this week. W'e wlnh you ono anil
nil a Merry Cliritinaa and a vcrv
happv New Year.
A Doa Moines mnn hnd nn ntlnck
of nuHflutnr rheumatism In his shoul
der. A friend advised him to ro to
Hot Springs. That meant nn ox-
ponso of $lo0 or more. Ho sought
for a quicker nml cheaper way to
cure it nnd found it in Clmmbor
lain'a Liniment. Three dnvs after
the first application of this liniment
he was well. Fur sale by G. L. Pen
Mrs. lt.v Ware ami little nir.
Mabel Hilton, of ltilev. aic the
auesls f Mm. Dto Collier.
.Mr. Tihti CormiHV, of Louisville.
i visilinr bin father, Mr. .T.dm (Jar-
Mr. and Mrt. W. W. Stevou-s and
little on, Lester of llwldsiid Par,
are with Imnicfnlkg.
.Mr. rurneai isnnn, ot mmton, is
with friimds hero.
Mist M'avme boutlierlaml. of ( or
bin. is with her si(er, Mrs. KiUI
Mi. Sam Conlier ami children
and niece Mi Mvrtle Southuiland,
nf Leelmmm .Icietimi, is the true-tt
r lu-r mother. Mis. II. P. Martin.
Mr. ami Mrs. Clarence Current
of MrDermott 0 came M.imlav to
be with her im rents, ifr. and Mr.
Theie will be an Xmas tree here
riiisdav eretiititr. Kxcrvonc united.
rrank ( aindt-n went to Louisville
Stimlav to iiit hi aunt, r-. John
Von will find that dnigcistn every
where ss.ak welt of Chnmlioilaiia
Cough Kciindy. Thev know from
long experience in the se of it that
in cnso of coiichs and c.diU it cnu
alwa.XM be depended upon, nml (hut
it is pleasant and sHfo to take. For
sale by O. I Penny.
W A TM:Lkl,i Stanf oc
if m, I A xRKJXv
$25.00 In Gold Given Away
R. M. Nc!nr.u, the Life and Fire
Insurance agent here, will give a to
bneco show on tho '2nd Monday in
Jnnunry court day, 1913.
$ 15 in sold for the best six hands
of lugs to weigh not less than four
$7.50 for the second best.
J2.50 for the third best.
No trnsh leaf or red sonsidercd.
A. W. Kin?, Danville, Ky., Judge.
Talk with me about your fire nnd
life insurance. It. M. XEWLAND.
We will sell KdUon wax cylinder
records as long ns our Bupply lasts
nt the following list prices:
Standard (two-minute) ..21c each
Amberol ( four-minute) . . 31c each
E. C. Garman & Son
00-8 Logan Ave., Stanford Ky.
Low Round Trio Holiday Fares.
Hv wnv Queen & Crecenl Itoute.
Ticket, on sale December 1.1, ! 17,
1!. 20. 21. 22 2J. 21. 25 and 31.
1D12, and .lanuarv 1. 101:5. Itettirii
limit .latiiinrv 0, l'.H.'J. Apply to
iicmest ticket nsreuti O. & C. route.
f.r full information. W A Heckler
( P A Ciiieiimnli. O.
Kentu c 1
T. D. NEWLAND,
opposite Court House
and get your winter stoves
Lady in Goodwater Describes tier
Distressing Experience and
Tells How She Was
Goodwater, Mo. ''Ever since I was
a little girl," says Mrs. Riley Laramore,
"I was a great sufferer from dyspepsia.
I suffered misery after eating, and had
I thought 1 had to suffer this way as
tongas 1 lived, but when 1 began to take
Thcdford's Black-Draught, in small
doses, every night, the heartburn was all
gone in a few days, and 1 could eat
I took two small packages in all, and
although that was some time ago, the
dyspepsia has not returned.
I speak a good word for Thcdford's
Black-Draught whenever I have the op
portunity." If eating causes distress, we urge you
to try Thcdford's Ulack-Draught. It
cleanses the system, helps the stomach to
digest Its food, regulates the bowels, and
stimulates the liver.
It acts gently and is without bad after
effects. Try it. Price 25c.
Wednesday Sight allO:00 O'clock
The Will Mark the End of The
Last Cummins & Wearen's Last-
Day Ten Days' Day
We have prepared to make Wednesday,
the last day, a fitting Glimax to this
The mercantile magnet will again draw
the crowds where the bargains are
the best and biggest.
OPPORTUNITY, knocks on the door but
once. Take advantage of this one,
and attend the last day of this sale.
Then you can say, "I have had my share;
I have availed myself of an opportuni
ty that will never come again.
Bargains Maze in Every Department.
A SQUARE DEAL--One price-the low
est; all goods marked in plain figures.
We cheerfully exchange or refund
money for any unsatisfactory purchase
j Gummins & Wearen j
Ask For Stone's
Stone's Cakes Made of Pure Butter, Pure Eft?s
IN A CLEAN SHOP
A Put While CVe
A CliocoUtc CtVr
(ioltlen Siinhrnm Spnninli Cnkr
Rich Yellow Cake Soul Oun Spice
Itnlalu Cake. Creole, I'rnlt
Yellow tUmn Cle Spiced Htun CVe
No Iard or Butter Substitutes Used in Making These Cakes
W.. H. HIGGINS
J D. PERKINS
Ofiiw Over Hhjyins' Store
Sanders' Great cui-pr.ee Sale
will continue ten days longer
Hundreds of satisfied customers have
attended, so if you cpme you will be
I, I, SABERS, Crab Orchard, Ky.
We carry a full line of Ball Band
and Candees. Don't be persuad
ed to buy a cheap rubber when
for a few cents more you can j
ouy me oest.
W. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky