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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tITHE INTERIOR JOURNAL liYOL XXXVIt STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 6 1909 NO 37 i It LOOK SOMETHING NEWt Fl ORT MONLY STRLTOHING 4 1 PLt16f11NI1 If some one should present to you no charge with an instrument by which you could make every dol begintohave combined our Corbin and Stanford stocks of Dry Goods Carpets Gents Furnishings and Shoes in one Great Sacrifice Sale We have discontinued our Corbin store and moved the goods to Stanford Of course two stocks of goods are too much for us and we have decided to sacrifice them for CASH We pricesthatj do that facts and figures are more convincing than many words we mention below some of the items and prices To the first 10 Indies entering our store each J ydsbesti lug at 8 oclock Thus Is without dobt the greatest sale of lion I est mcrchandifo ever held in this section of the State bio 7c Linen SOCro12quality f uckltowelsOc Let tho farm or the shop or tho busincN run iuclt one day while you save 85 or 810 4 Wash Suits Big line of these wash drewcs colored and white at one half price sold at 8350 to 80 theysRK a nece ary evil The goods must go VestsI 7c each Odds and ends in ladies 25c underwear only 17c tPoeithel for Cash No tickets no charg uo taken back A special in Ginghams lOc quality fine 1zephrginghams as long as they last at 5c yd A REASON Too many goods not enough money must turn goods into money Window Goods 10 per cent discount on window shades on tly 7c each for oak poles Bleach Scrim only 6c yd Tell your friends about this big wile I Mens Fins Shirts i Best S 1 shirt mode in all sizes in this saId t jOe Dont stay away you might regret it Ladles Suits You can buy a swell suit style correct at onethird off the price Most of the items in this sale are suitable to wear 12 months in a year Wash Suits and Skirts The season is on for these goods You can buy any of ours at 10 per cent discount Get the date and place firmly fixed in your minll WED NESDAY JULY 7 to JULY 24TH Sixteen days ot brisk selling It is good judgment to consider your future needs when such a money saving opportunity presents itself 81 quality fine black voile ODej 50c qunlfty wool ekirtiugs 20cj 81 quality big lino dress goods 69c ICc quality Danish cloth 1210 Men needing good shoes cnn cavo a dollar or two at this sale Mens Wear 85c undershirts or drawers 23c 50c quality shirts or drawers 1Oj 50c quality elastic seam drawers 3c GOO quality athletic underwear 8lc There is a reason for this saleloo many goods Rug Bargains 8175 quality Velvet tugs in this sale only 8125 10 ptr cent discount on all Carpets Mattings and Druggets Hundreds of people will welcome thq announcement of this great sale Mens Heavy Socks 4c Childrens School Umbrellas 20c Put a little extra cash in your iuree You will see some thing you willwatitfor Fall school dresses 3o yard for wash torschon insertion for trimming suits worth lOc This one of our good pickups fie yard for lOc quality Hamburg Edge and Insertion Use this bill ns a memo Mark tho items your wish to see SUIT CASE BARGAIN 81 quality Leathcroid Suit Case only 75c 85 quality Leath er Suit Case 8308 Wo have arranged to handle tho crowd as rapidly as possible All colors in Linen Suiting 12Jc and 15o kind lOc A 36 inch Chiffon Taffeta silk black and colors ill this sale at 87c Hundreds of yards of this seasons best 81 silks at 60c Housekeepers should not fail to see our Linen bargains 25c quality mercerized linen suitings 13c Tho 39o quality 23c 5c Quality fast colored lawns 3c Co quality calicoes all colors 4jc 7c quality 3G inch brown cotton 5c Biggest assortment Best goods nt cut prices Gloves 12 and 16 button kid gloves 8250 and 83 quality in this tale 119 12 and 16 button Silk Gloves 8125 to 82 quality Take your choice for GOc It is not n question of whether you will pay We must have Cash No charging in this ax- leHosiery 4 Pairs Mens Womens or Children1 Hose for 25c Big assortment of ladies fine black hose 50e quality in this sale 20c If your dollars are low let us stretch them for you Light Jackets You may need a light jacket tomorrow You can have one ofour new ones at one third oil the price Every article is as advertised CLARKES THREAD You seldom see this nt less than 5c Price during this sale only 4c per spool No more than 5 spools to one customer Good time to buy tho Childrens Shoes and save n few dol lars LONG CLOTH BARGAIN Although cotton is on the jump we will sell this lot as long as it lasts at 7fc We cant begin to mention all the items but wo mention enough to show you we mean business MENS SHOES 86 Florsheim Shoes 8385 350 and 84 Burt Packard Shoe 8260 The secret of getting rich is Dont let an opportunity to save a dollar or two get by you Good school handkerchiefs 2c needles best sharps 3c box hair pins 3c To the first 10 men entering our store each day of the sale we will sell 5 pair lOc socks for 25c Door open at 8 oclock CHILDRENS SLIPPERS Five months of slipper weather before you yet A good pair slippers will last as longas a shoe and cost much less Cottons 9c quality Bieach Cotton Gf c 40 inch Brown Sheeting Cotton 8c Better supply your future needs in cottons They are advancing in the cities White Goods 40 inch India Linen 12Jc grade 9c Five patterns in fancy white goods 12ic quality 8c We have plenty of goods for everybody but the assortment is better at the beginning Childrens Hats Big lot of 50c and 75c bats to close at 29c Beginnow to save your pennies lortbig great sale Skirts Without reserve we make a sweeping cut of onefourth off the prico of any of our fine skirts r Do you read the market reports Do you know about the advance in leather Nets for Waists- All nets at cut prices You can own a waist for little money Wo let you do the figuring Take 10 percent off of any item in the store except those quoted at special prices Overalls V Men get in on this lot Any 81 coat 6r pants 72c 50c quality 39c v We have enough to strike any one who comes No danger of not seeing something you need Ladies Shoes 83 and 8275 low shoes best makes 8219 Ladies solid leather solo kid Oxfords OSc regular price 8125 and 8150 10 per cent discount on the best corsets The American Lady looks good to us Remnants Hundreds of all kinds of remnants Buy t the childieua school skirts and dresses oft of the remnant counter Remember there are three months of Sum weather ahead of you yet Truly a seasona bio sale 10 per cent discount on any ofour ladies fine shoes or slippers This means 83 shoes 8270 and 8250 shoes 8225 Besides many shoes at greater reduction r I SEVERANCE SON STANFORDt Southeast Corner Main and Depot Streets J II- ij w The Interior Journal 5 Eo c WALTON SOME criticisms are the result of tle and oftentimes erroneous kno edge gained from limited observation or from reports of those who Are friendly to nor interested in the put schoolsThe Danville Advocate we regret say is not an advocate of advanced movements it we are to judge from protestations against Kentuckys m salient points of progress her scho and school laws There is one exc- e tion however and that is with the proviso that the educational institutions located at Danville Let us give item which few people are considering t i e the Institute for the States d and dumb This institution wit Danville costs the State about 75000 per year or a sum equivalent to the nual appropriation for both Nor Schools tho only 100 indigent children were trained there last year Wewo not for one moment minimize the we of ministering to the unfortunate but a we would magnify the Importance giving to all the States children pecially to those possessed of all th- ti faculties the very best that can possibly accrue to them Sana mens in sa corpora is the highest aim and we should not be loathe to make every provision possible in order that such peons may be more productive and 8eIt fat citizens Let our esteemed goodrweeds Better to fight for the goodI than to rail at the ill We do not approve of doing everything because our r sister States do but considering the fact that many other States more than mjfrom our eyes and let the brighter hg legislatelrs essary yielded to their best judgme and pawed the measures so odious to the man who has not the perspective 1foroptimistic vision A reference to graded school proposition of Perry ville will convince one of the fallaclo arguments used to try to defeat t purpose of the new law Perryvi lie can have a graded school and let ALL her revenue stay in her own town which it is claimed she is sending away The enormous 7 levy of two cents made by her fiscal court will not pauperize the inhabitants of Boyle It is not the Normal school nor the State University that is bankrupting the State but let us consider what other expenses are being paid There was appropriated for a House of Refuge for Criminal Youths at Lexington 225 000 Would this sum be necesssary were Kentuckys educational position as high up the scale as it ought to bet Then there was a stupendous sum spent for military service which failed to do good in the futile pursuit of the nox ious night rider May we ask whether the N R was a product of the educed at class or not Do we yet see the needof heroic measures for more uni versal training One more item that considerably af fected the treasury U our splendid State Capitol which with its equipment la rated at a million plus Lay not the sin of a treasury with its bottom ex posed at the door of educational ape propriationa Though said in a jocular way there is a modicum of truth In she statement that to get the favor of our nepotic friends you must locate same institution in their domain whether it of be U S Military Academy or a StateF Normal School One more point and that in regard to the value of the Nor mal to the rural schools More th themrin their art and these go back to our children in their home districts the better k prepared to give of their replenish ed storehouse We are glad to note that the head of Danvilles own public school system Is not blinded to the good of these Normal Schools as he is profit ing by them The object of these Is to enable the teacher to do a groater nee amount of work and to do it rily We would respectfully suggest that more of Dr Hinitta wholesome words be published Look not aweverythingnot give to self the supreme ad vantage Are the citizens of our neigh boring county chafing under the onerous yoke of giving 15000 according to their own statement to help raise Ke tucky from the bondage of t Look upon the matter more like Lo ell in his vision and work for inter of your State and thus become a u offtefUWhothree Himself his hungering neighbor and Mea1 What would the baby county of ourl judicial district be without her private tchooli Would she not stand in sore i need of gh schools for which the new law priivldcei With Junction City the trot t only school in her confines whoso pu the can now enter college she woul certainly clamor for high schools A counties are not favored with a Cea trotngUntvereitya Caldwell Colleeeet New duties have arisen hence the new law which made some of our approp ci ations necessary New occasions teach new duties time makes ancient good uncouth litWe must upward still and onward who IVIwould keep abreast of truth us gleam her campfires ourselves must pilgrims be licLaunch our Mayflower steer out bold through the desperate winter toseaattempt the Futures portal with the Pasts blood rusted key underost our system now every State thepfd our children with a veritable blood pateanedmat ours pays to the wealth and brain and soul which it Inlays at the feet of the American child n public schools We should cast the for the best is hardly good matenough for our Kentucky children the teacher in our Normal Schools is a safe avenue through which rkthis tribute may come and it is the and most economical for one ofcan give to many children May the value of the child and irsuch an altruistic vision that we not balk at an appropriation for N mesanoour citizenship Cut down some appro priations but never the schools part should dawn upon the people who andandw that effective tflyouynary institutions which tax the List the ominous stem of fTheybtwho make compromise with sin j These croakers are not compromising seekntnghe saurus at the door of educational appropriations instead of some other Ic in the States funds I ELECT U S SENATORS BY PO h0ULAR VOTE Twentyseven States have through their Legislatures declared in favor an amendment to the constitution pro viding for the election of United Stat Senators by direct vote of the peep Only five States are necessary now propose an amendment which ought be easily obtained under the prevail sentiment in regard to the Senate the majority of which acts in utter disregard of the people in favor of classes If the present Senate is weeded o and all tho Senators who had procured their seats by fraud excluded there would hardly be a corporals1 guard le ftover There is every reason that the Senators should be elected by the people and none that we know of why they she not The constitution provides that twothirds of the States acting togeth er can propose amendments which when submitted requires the ratlfica lion of three fourths of the States ask ing through their Legislatures or con ventlons The Senators as a rule are violently opposed to the innovation but the House we believe has on more than one occasion expressed itself incape favor of it The will of the people is Often thwarted by the Legislatures lIng tho selection of United Senators and Kentucky especially we have to our shame and sorrow on more then one oc casIon seen the most flagrant dfsregn party obligation and popul btbut it will be delayed as long as posalc thinthe majority of the great common p plea IN the nomination of candidates foramunicipal offices the Louisville demo trots seem to have put their best foot forward and named a ticket that willw reflect credit on the party and insure election Mr W 0 Head the nom for mayor is a good business ma thae other are all right The com fMcNutt blandfsthepagenir mootwprimttt in lakidnapfrom justice The punishment slAregarded with as much consideration as pilervlngTHERE are said to be 457 Federal 11 centf to sellwhisky held tnKnoxVille which tes prohibition city If this is it is another argument In favor of passage of the of the bill by Con pllro la liqtttfc Maum U prohibition dta j TUE officials of Franklin county that is the Commonwealths attorney coun ty attorney sheriff and perhaps other are rolling in clover over their shares of the 10000 fine Imposed against the Indian Refining Company for poluting onlyWe a f son that a fine should go to the officers They were not damaged and In this case their of the fine are out1 all proportion to the services rendered If the State is not to get but a few dollars of a fine it would seem much more equitable for those who suffered damages to receive their relative amounts of a judgment assessed against those who have damaged them THE Winchester SunSentinel advo cates the election of Judge E C 0 Rear for governor and pays him sot woll deserved compliments Judge O Rear is a good man and a fine judge but his politics is against him The people will bo so tired of a Republic governor by tho time the next electi rolls around that nothing labeled R publican will go The next governor of Kentucky will boa Democrat Put wethat in your pipe and smoke it Agricwillul e cabinetrwilloNobody ever heard of a republican r signing and very few die Fatal ohoF non calCov Willson a chance to show his par tisanship In appointments IJvEN honest old Ben Tillman has with the views of dutyUfa of 1 few raisers in his State of South 0 tine but he got left Bailey was t only democrat to como over to him at only 16 republicans lined up with him WHEN the republicans took the reins of the State Government 18 months- k ago there were nearly 1500000 in the treasury Now thats all gone and the yeaP19180621 There is no telling what It will be at the end of the four years ofTILE automobile saloon Is the latest InSbto can thoseItthem rich even in legitimate effort Tile census shows that there a utore than one woman for each man the United States Yet threo men have been killed and one has suicided a Missouri widow whose per picture shows that she is not near worth whiled AN exchange says that Speaker Can non is against woman suffrage and Senator Aldrich is of the same mind the question will be settled for all time As these two workers seem to decide all legislation this appears to be the size itS- ENATOR ALDRICII will attempt to es the consequences of his sins against the great common people by flee to Europe on the adjournment of inCongress However he may be appro bended and returned as a fugitive from justice corporatioarn thinks it should be added to the ailey income tax bill and that demo should favor all plans looking to e taxation of incomes e0NEWS ROTES The livery tables of Clyde Game Dr Walsh Miller at Winchester were burned causing a 15000 loss Cherokee Eds Wild West Show started at Louisville two weeks ago stranded at Huntington W Va kaownn ease He was sheriff for many years wdat as Ga and was at once mob W G Park died at Irvine while his was away on a visit to Cincin ti Near Clarksvllle Tenn Charles At kins shot and killed Joseph Swift be stumpofLouisville some years ago are hay g a copy of his will chiseled on his in Cave Hill Cemetery Bert Bowers the showman for ooting whom John Maxey a Negro lynched at Frankfort has recovered and been dismissed from the hose tal Willie Gill aged eight years of New port was overanxious celebrate the the developedlptoThe body of Mrs Wilberge Smith QsfdelnOMTI verdict was that she died of ItMt prostration NOTICE Tbo McKinney Coal A Feed Co U now prepared to tupply the p with any trade of sent and any klnaoco l the fur men will especially take notice to the low xhihrnaldag eo at m Pa to lee tbe so moll are nil good from mlneiontheljA JJ llnllwny aJO000011 Mgr TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE I ofI here on hand at lIURhetMnrtln A Oot store In Htnnfonl typewriter of vnrloui ktndi luch B + the Monarch L O Hmlth Fax Oliver Itomln toll Nnflth lnuiler etc thoroughly rebuilt alid 01 Rood an now which 1 wilt toll very cheep tell reo tmlri Will ihlp nnywhero on trial Cntl I n Rlld lell M A JOHN8OV Btantord Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING uMfOylnlt1ewill Deguernnteod and luy prices are ren lonnble Write luo nt HuitonvllleKxchnnueWALfKUMcKINNBY nThe Truth IIEvery person in this city who is iuf feting from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp cose can find relief and be pcrmanc ly cured by Zcmo a clean liquid external use All durggists tell ZE PENNYS DRUG STORE The McKlnny Woolen Mills Kyysenlllankets Klntinls Yarns Etc wupit work wool or oxchanse good for It High w + t market price for wool OUWUiaHrlror Small Farm For Sale I i ofaCT nnlh0nllregP1dConflottohouseoutbuldlnKs Abundance of fine water and troll of ell kind I JtVINORTOofS y FARM fOR SALE I 188 acres of which about 135 arc in gruel excellently improved abun dantly supplied with unfailing water 4 miles from Lexington courthouse on Main pike Immediate possession SECURITY TRUST COMPANY keLexington KyZ COUNTY onIncrrlaport of the John Walker tract with a hand coma new two atory Ieren room residence thereon with all nte + 1Xoulbulldlngnndgood now burn 40x00 never foiling springs and creek running through TiRxa icaih In hand balance one and ptrIPersons gfor such write or see 11UWeLgsudtnutoN 10 PER CT REDUCTION c+ B PRUITF Moroland Kentucky 1IlntUn ttlve 10 por cent reduction IIRIIome rare bnrglnlIntoDuyohandernssea them Choice selection of rockers Good line of bods metal and wood metal and wood folding beds crlbscots mattress es springs counches Davenports chairs suitcases trunks extension tables centre tables medlclno cabinets glen sash doors Ac Unit and tire us luppl1ServIce0 BrmriTTMorelandKy Dinwiddie Co1 Hustonville Kyi Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods INSURANCE R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco Tobacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light jj ning Fire Tornado j Life Live Stock Health r and Accident Plate G1assSlaretyonBondsmmediate k iven to losses which are paid without dis count YI Ifu J- J r 1RR t I Our specialty We do not hesitate to say that we have for 20 years given you the best I bce w STYLEtit I notldo but combine Beauty and Service and we have a perfect garment and this we find morelprominent in the following lines ThetWALKOVER retailing at 350 4 and 5 Softestorand Most Pleasant every day Shoe you ever saw J I 3 and 35U errbinNow see these goods and you will agree 1 t that we have not made it too strongt i t H Js McROBERTS I STANFORD I KENTUCKY Prescription Pointers I It is customary for every druggist to claim to Be but in prescription work Good claim but we cant all be best This store claims ability capability facility and a complete stock of drugs We have the goods the equipment the experience PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Ladies Tan OxfordsJ W t itpI1 + t n 1Ii Were 20046W 160 r W E Perkins Crab Orchard OUR LAWN f wtrI is a less expensive nntl better fence than wood More ornamental dura ble and a time saver as you needno saw hammer and nails to keep it in I IICallfabric and gates and lot us show you the low prices on a good fence jobs GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford The InteriorJournal I STAHFOUD KT JULY Of 4900 ICE CREAM soda water ftt Penn Drugstore PERSONALS atMK IJardatown yewin Louisville THOMAS PHILLIPS spent Sunday in Hooslcr State A M WARREN was up from Lou ville yesterday MB J B PAXToN was In Lancaster i ionbusiness Friday MRs FRANK LEG returned to Mid dleoboro SaturdayILLOYD PERRIN and Sam Spoonamore are in Anderson Ind MOSE TANNFR and family of Somerset visited relatives herd 4 Miss BEn ie EVANS of Shelbyvllle Ie visiting Mrs George P bright MR W M UROWN of Wayne was I with the family of Mr J D Eads W K WARNER has been doing some plumbing for Crab Orchard people Miss ELLEN UALLOU left Saturday to visit friends at Clifton Forge Va Miss LUCILE COOPER spent eeve days with Mrs Phelps Cobb in Doyle I MRS W W WALTER of KlngBvIlle attended the burial of Mrs Cicero Reynolds MRS A M SALES of Louisville I visiting her mother Mrs Sam Lovitan at Danville MRS R 1 McKECHMB of Tampa Fla h visiting tho homefolks at Hub ble and vicinity MRS W II WEAREN and children are drinking the health glving waters at Crab Orchard MRS JONES BAUGii JAN wife and b- al by of Moreland visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday I MISSES MARY AND MALLIE HuniuRD sot Madison spent Thursday with M l t and Mrs Thomas Farmer I MRS CATHERINE McCunY and Addle McClary are visiting sire W Yeager at Fork Ridge Tenn LEE HUPLBY who has a good poaltt011 I In Lexington is spending A few da- f with his parents and friends here MR GEORGE L CARPENTER of tholy West End Is growing gradually wcakI or and It is tented that ho can not last long MRS T S WEBB and sons Shap and Ilowan Webb of Knoxville aro with her parents Judge and Mrs M C Saufley Messes JOHN 0 REID Will S Em bry and John H Shanks went to LoulsI yule Lexington and Frankfort in tho formera auto MRS A E HANEY of Covington and Mr Isham Coulter of Parksvlllo attended tho burial of their sister Mrs ReynoldsA of Somerset T and Mrs John G Lynn of Ilusto- yule aro guests of Mr and Mrs 1 Logan WoodAdvocate io MESSRS G L PENNY John Mcnefcc Jr T II Shanks and J 0 Reid attended tho ball gamo at Win chester yesterday afternoon SENATOR R L HUBBLE who has been In Cincinnati for past two months with his MilS Mattie Lee who had typhoid feverand appendicitis was ablo to bring her homo last LOCALS i LIBBEY cut glass at Muellers ONLY the banks and postofflce ed the glorlons 4th WEDDING and graduating presents of quality at Muellers NEW wash suits new wash coats an wash eklrts Severance Son CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer ji TRY tomb of Wilkinson Singletons country killed beef pork and mutton 1TILEC W B M will meet with G Withers at 230 Wednesday afternoon f TAxESTho tax books for 1909 are nowready Come in and get your re ceipt IV J Hill sheriff at GOOD ehotvsat the Theatorlum each night Change of program Monday Wednesday and Friday evenings As Usual Mrs James H Eada wasa tho first to deliver roasting ears to ou hiSaturdayTile Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet in the lecture room of the church at 230 Saturday afternoonbtTile ladies of the Christian church of Kingsvllle will give an ice cream supper Saturday night 10th for tho beno fit of tho church and arFORlot contains one aero located in Crab writeIireKyWE desire to express one to Ray the people of Rowland for the kind need shown us in our daughters 1e118 aitd death May the Lord Wesa them Mr Jolla Cocmiiwy and tastily I 1TkY our N 0 Molasses W B Big Iln A RELIED tram thotorrid weather came Saturday night and Sunday and yesterday were delightful days heyId at ono during the Stanford fair most probably on Thursday 22nd LOST between depot and Asaph Hotel on Monday a bill book co talnlng 10 and an annual pees over t L N Reward Return to St Asa 1I0teliIsTIfEru will be nI cream supper at the church at Hubble Saturday night next 10th Tho p seeds will go to repairing the church building THOSE owing Dr L B Cook will greatly oblige him by calling and settling with MrJohn IL Shanks eta early a date as possible The doctor is too III to call on those who owe him SOME of the Summer resort owners are revising the order of things by getting burned out before the bcason commences Tho conflagration ordina Lily comes after a season of financial failure Countya11 ford on July 21 22 237 If you aro not you should get busy at once Twlll I tho biggest and best fair held in tit yearaIITo MAMMOTH CAVE Lincoln county excursion to Mammoth Cave July 29tb only 9 85 the round trip This includes railroad fate board at the hotel and admission to the several routes of the cave going on regular train Same rato applies from all stations In t county Via Lebanon Junction Ono night for promenade and dance Sco L N agent TilE Casey County Medical Society grarof Dr Taylor at ISdleburg at 10 A M Thursday July 6th madeAon mat physician Mason and Christian Tho numeroyeua 1ed invited to be present and bring low ers to decorate tho grave Tim Odd Fellows at Crab Orchar- elected the following officers for th ensuing term Morris M Perkins N G W G Fletcher V G H L Wells Secretary J T Chadwick Treasurer Sam Tilfroy Host Past Grand Geo B Lyno captured the Three Link pin special prize offered by Noble Grand Jones for getting more newI members during the past current term which by tho way has been tho mOltI successful one in every way in its his toryIMERE Is a chance to make money D any pro to county price C50 MNy to e Training School in September there Coro I will have no use for it and must have money Tho piano wa shipped direct from factory a little ov er one year ago It Is the samo as a brand new Epworth Plano tho best mado Come to the Methodist parson age and examine for yourself T W Barker Driv now open with Mr Spears Fisher and his excel lent wife In charge Tho writer open Sunday at Dripping and was ono ofe Chickdj Mrs F can beat the world frying themI A good garden furnishes lots of veget ables for tho table whllo old hams by tho dozen are in easy reach If yo want health flesh and happiness go t Dripping The stable is under the care of Mr Sam Rothwell who will see that your horse gets all tho corn oats and hy he can eat REYNOLDSA god wife and moth er passed into the great beyond when Mrs Cicero Reynolds breathed her las 830 oclock Friday evening Brights disease brought about the end She and her husband drove to Frankfort visit their daughter some weeks e on their return she took her bed wt rn in 61 years ago Some 43 years ago she was married to the man who snow bowed down with grief and the union was a most happy ono She had a consistent and consecrated member of the Baptist church slnco 1871rl Besides the husband four chldrenal Messrs Ex and Edgar Reynolds and Mosdames A P Hunn of this place A C LeCompte of Frankfort e left to mourn the loss of tho kind juGivergive them strength to bear their ir toes At 4 oclock Saturday Dr William Shelton fwd Ji Murray Taylor conducted funer alaervlce atthe home hareadyremaiae to their last resting place in Buffalo owwUry tJ BuatONVJLLE and Danville friends of Howard CarrihUt presented him with a handsome watch and chain just aft the game at Cincinnati Sunday I WE have just employed an expert plumber and tinner from tho city a htcongratulate ourselves that we have two of the best workmen in the State Wo guarantee our work W K War nor I deptnlimnAirthey be rewarded in tho life to corn Cicero Reynolds and children opticlanHawkroej Drug Store two days Wednesday and Thursday July 14th and 15th Eye sight tested free and lasses sold at a reasonable price This is a good op portunity to meet this practical op clan Remember the dates and place THERE aro between and100 guests at Crab Orchard Springs and it lsabo the jolliest crowd you ever saw good orchestra has arrived for the sea son and dancing is enjoyed each oven ing The table Is all tho most tasti moue could wish Spend a few weeks at youlyIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES deadleat Mrs Fannie Frazier aged 80 years f died at Lawrenceburg The Q C will build an 18000 of flee building at Danville Squire W B Johnson a promise Laurel county citizen is dead J J Frazure one of Puloskis oldie est and best citizens died Thursday Joe A Fox tho Somerset builder contractor is dead after a long illness Lancaster defeated Barbourvllle 5 3 at base ball on the formers grounds Friday killinIJquitted William Sparks charged with killing Jo Jake Collins in Madison county was held without ball At Lancaster Alex Wadkins color shot and dangerously wounded his wife Mabel Wadkins In the head as the result of a family quarrel Licklitcr was killed by light oiam Buffalo Whitley county during a thunderstorm Be was rid ing n mule and it was also killed Thatcher Waddle have subleased the Gem Opera House at Somerset Lou Leslie of Louisville for the Sum mar and will open up a moving picture showA team of mules hitched to a wag on ran away with Gabriel Elkin Tues day Be was thrown from the wage- and his collar bone was brokenLan caster Record declardMcClure was elected president of that institution in the place of Dr J T Wesley deceased Dr Hugh R Manning is dead at lieISing visited his relative Mrs John D Carpenter frequently The banquet given in Stanford last week by the members of the Bible class taught by Eld D M Walker was a success In every particular noth- Ing being left undone for the pleasure of the many invited guests Lancos ster Record 1A sufficient stock has been taken to insure a fair here this year The 5Calr association has leased land from J R Whlpp and the fair will be held in tho East edge of town It is the intention of holding a first class fair and great preparations will be made to take care of the people The date will like ly be the last week in August Get NewsIHere and There Ashland went dry at midnight Thurs diy George Fuller wife and three chil dren were drowned at Fort Collins littletCitizens of the United States bought 10000000 more in diamonds and other yeagr It is estimated that 15000 people willL attend the International Christian deavor convention which will be held St Paul July 7 to 12 InclullveCArthur G Langhan surance man of Louisville died during an operation for injuries received by s cannon cracker exploding his hand The owners of the Evansville street system have declined the propositions of the strikingC carmen and there is no early settlement of tho strikeUAt Big Stone Gap Va F S Coxs teat caught In theropes of a balloon as it was ascending rind ho was 35 feet in midair Be felt on inluriaqhim perhapsfatally tohavebeenwoupdedby itto bean exconvict sad who was- enrroundedby a Sheriffs pone andfi nally epUir d itATItI10ItLlL Scotert and Miss Sarah Wren were married at W S Wrens on the fourth J R Leigh a widower and Mrs No ndra Gentry a widow were made ono at tho courthouse Saturday Miss Sarah Kinnaird of and Oscar F Wlllson of Rockford III were made ono on the 2nd itsMiss Mary Henderson Worthington edof Danville and John Jewell of Lex ington will be married Sept 15 Lewise of Knoxville will be married this moat W N Ellsperman of Evansville Ind wants a divorce because his wire spends too much of his money for soda water HUSTONVILLE am open for business in the New tton building Am replenishing stock and will appreciate a continuum of the patronage you have given me in packageAwhich you can buy cheap Kindly come in nnd settle your account I need mod ey C W Adams A Night Riders Raid Tho worst night riders are calomel croton oil or aloes pills They your bed to rob you of rest Not with Dr Kings New Life Pills They never distress or inconvenience but always cleanse the system curing Colds Headache Constipation and Malaria 25c at Pennys Drug Store UnitentId men Harry Jacobs toIk In and Mnnufacturer of Marble and Cranlto Monuments LawVaeaandKinney y- MILL FOR RENT 1 Owing to lllbrnlth nnd wanting to lw bovedecldlllHoller Mllli driven by water and Item power Oood location Mill In llrstclaicondition- W It Tit Y foRU K D No 4 Htanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns toNothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY lenme protected Condition of The National Bank of Hustonville At the dote of buiineu June 30 1909 RESOURCES Bill 123999 06 Overdrafti 961 68 U S Bond 12500 00 Btnliag house and fixture 2900 00 Duefrom bank andCllit 55151 36 Due from U S treaturei 62S 00 196137 12 UABIUTIES Capital stock 50000 00 Surplus 17000 00 Circulation 10900 00 Undivided profit 537 00 Individual depoil 117700 12 196137 12 Gros eamiog thi six month H415 3 Left over Utt tix month 531 68 H947 01 DISPOSED OF AS FOLLOWS Dividend 5 per cent 2500 00 Expenie and taxes paid 1910 01 Leave undivided profit 537 00 4947 00 J W HOCKER Cashier Report of the Condition of McKINNEY DEPOSIT BAN At the CloM of Butinei JUB 3009 RESOURCES oans and ducount 32893 3- 0Ovcrdraiul25 60 from bank W3959 3651 69 Furniture and fixture 2081 00 Banking house and lot 2599 00 47890 18 LIABILITIES apital 15000 00 urplus profit 140000II Individual depoiiu 29378 94 47690 18 Grow earning 6 month ending June 30th 1323 00 Disposed of at followii at Current expenm 661 76 Dividend No7 3 per ck 450 SO Surplw 20000 divided Pro6p1114 1323 00 Jit ItMETCALFtcw J 3 1 la xs q s PUBLIC MNEHTSAlf Of High Grade Summer Merchandise Liberal eIyUnder Cut for JO Days Beginning Saturday July 3 09 i Owing to the continued wet weather which has to same extent made bus loess a little slow we have decided to our Annual Clearance Sale earl besthevery article but will say a very low price has been put upon every piece of merchandise in our establishment This is the best opportunity you willever have to SAVE MONEY This is all now and uptodate stuff HOSIERY qn all Colors Cotton Lisle Lace c 5Oc Hose for 39c 25c Hose for 19c 15c Hose for 12c lOc Hose for 8c DRESS GOODS An elegant line of Voiles Panamas Mo hairs c at cost and less than cost 1Embroidery and Hamburg BoA big line Values from 15c to 25c Your choice 9c a yard LAWNS Inrall Colors Patterns c Values from5c to 50c Sale price from 4c to 39c LADIES SKIRTSM j KYao lateststylesOXFORDS I In Patents OxBloodsTans Vicis c 350 slipper special 269 3 slipper 229 250 slipper 198 150 119 125 slipper 105 20 per cent off on all Childrens Slippers LACES Torschonsnc at greatly reduced prices TABLE LINENS Values 50c to 100 Sale price 39c to 89c Linen Wash Suits- In all colors and styles Values 8 to 1250 Sale price from 5 to 750- CORSETS American Beauty and Warners Rust Proof Best Corsets made 350 Corset for 298 2 Corset for 169 150 Corset for 139 100 Corset for 89c 50c Corset for 39c SILKS Beautiful Patterns in all colors for evening dress and street wear This seasons goods 20 Per Cent Off Also a lot of other Bargains too numerous to mention in Notions Staples c I CALICO 4Jo YARD SPECIAL SATURDAY FROM 7 TO 9 A M This is strictly a CASH proposition You can not afford to miss this sale 1 Greatest Bargains ever offered in Stanford Ky Hughes Martin Co 3OPERA HOUSE BLOCK s I STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of PRODUCEK k in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville and Brodheadti H B NORTHCOTT Stanford tl Use Arnolds HaniMaile Buggies There are plenty cheaper buggies but there are none better Buggy Ey painting first clnss work 810 phaetons 1surreys 814 mud up according to the size Per set buggy steel tires best quality at 8350 Buggy tops recovered in 30 ounce rubber at is Buggies recovered nnd relined 810 Buggies recovered in leather and reliued lor 825 Rubber tires tho cst on the market and tho lowest prices Goodyear nail Kelley at 114 Beet Goodrich at 816 We solicit your trade IT M ARNOLD DANVILLE KYn co C 4v The Interior Journal tolendin 1M Pot OJke cd Stanford tl- siaestd olas matter L N TIME TABLE NoJlHouthlltWrxNo 81 Bouthll08A t- Nof4North44DA M NoWNortb5 P K No f71047 A x No 2xl40r u JOS S RICE Agent FOR SALE I Lnrgonnel small wheat corn and tobacco tanuleel rich nmi Ireo from Hone irgsnidencci sad barn good railroad conneo Wont Can offer a bargain at pX to Iro an aue Longtime payment niiAKLKY Howling Omen Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale- I desire to sell privately my itock of Oro vruinnd Hardware Dolnu a good butt I Here Will invoice about Itenion JtibetUhOEO D HOPPER Stanford Ky PRICEIh Surgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stop itching L34 destroys the germs that cause skin 4ieases Eczema quickly and is- JftIUnently cured by this remarkable aeint Druggists Write for sam yk E W Rose Med Co itLouis MOo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by n tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whethera low price bull ness suit or the tlneit evening clothes will have that Individuality and lit- Wblcb plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will alto take your mea are Lor extra trouser fancy vest top eat and overcoat Spring and Hummer ample on hand ready for your inspection ne RO PLK Y The Tailor Stanford Ky Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relicfand permanently cures any form of Itching Skirh or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W tose Med Co St Louis Mo CL L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I The farm of lio acres of good blue grass tend lying one milt North of McKlnney on the Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good plenty of water fruit Alto 12i acres of timbered land ono mile Xrt of McKlnney halt under fence plenty t i water and goou tobacco Innd Wee grow JlI crop J A OIV JoNtoI Agent McKlnney Ky CUT FLOWERSjFOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best as well at the freshest of cut flowers plants of all tines bulbs potted flowers on short notice Alto make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have all tied of vegetables on hand at reasonable er Ins0IIIUHTMAN lUKEN HOURS llvniiAnn IROR- Mtanford Ky Wt1UnDJ HIDESAIO FURS jtnsunGod youthaaReference nv Bank in Leuuville t WrJe for Weekly e liltld hip peg tagj Welurnuhwocfbags free KSABCLSOKS LTAUN IN f 630 220 E Markets LOUISVILLE KY JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm m Also Dealers in Fur ziture MattingsRug They willexchange Furniture for all Sims of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary tfntfertaker Embalmer ar d- tssllrr In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY aNlbonele7 HJmPlsoce II o 0 FARMERS DEPARTMEMT For Sale six Southdown bucks J C Lynn Stanford Embry Bros Bold Hazard ran 6th at Latonla Friday FOR SALE40 or 60 barrels of corn J B Foster Stanford Dr Waldo Briggs soiling at 200 to 1 won a race at Latonla last week The first load of the 1909 crop of wheat in Hopkins county sold at 1 FOR SALE 25000 oak tobaccosticks a G Baugh Waynesburg R F D No1 J H Baughman Co are receiving considerable new wheat for which they are paying 105 Will trade coal by the carload for hay or any kind of feed Write Laurel Feed Co London FOR SALEPure bred Shropshire yearling and lamb rams E G flick ley Stanford Ky Phone 861 4t The Georgetown Times says that the rains have damaged the wheat to such extent that some fields are not worth cuttingA Traylor Son have placed their stallion Stonewall Jackson in J A Walters hands to be handled for fairW Vanderbilt heads the list of winners on the French turf since the season opened on March 12 last hid horses having won 160400 up to June 30The condition of the cotton crop in the United States averaged 746 per cent of a normal one on June 25 last according to the report of the Department of Agriculture Louisville sent out 32 double decks of lambs to Chicago hackers in one day some time ago On that day there were more lambs in Louisville than in Chicago St Louis and Cincinnati com binedThe State Racing Commission re fused to grant racing dates to the Pa- ducah Jockey Club for a race meeting to be held on the halfmile track at Paducah The Jockey Club asked for 21 days racing beginning on July 17 Thecommisslon denied the request because they wanted to use bookmakers MIDDLEBURG Marlon Sweeney lost a fine mare from over heat while plowing Thursday J P Wells also lost one from the same cause some days since The Infant son of Dr and Mrs C B Creech fell out of its carriage Tuesday and broke Its jawbone Tho doctor re duced the fracture and the little fellow is getting along all right at this writ ingThe educational rally at Liberty Wed nesday was said to have been quite a failure as to number Only a few of the most enthusiastic teachers put In appearance The crowd is said to have been made up principally of people from this section and there were not a great many from here Farmers were too busy with their crops and getting ready forcirtuit court to give any attention to educational matters how ever important they may be W T Dye was called to Liberty Tuesday to see his father Dr I C Dye who has been quite sick Misses Lula and Nannie Adams Mary Bryant Bettie Royalty Annie Sharp Bessie Lawhorn and Willie Fogle and Mes dames Laura Lee and Jason Coffey at tended the educational rally at Liberty Wednesday Mrs William Sweeny returned from Louisville Thursday Miss LIllie spent several days in Louisville last week attending the commencement exercises of Medical College To A WATERY GRAVE In memory of our humble servant Geo Caldwell who met with a most tragic death in a pond near Lancaster Beneath the deep blue waters his soul took its flight to a watery grave to rest in peace for ever George was an honorable and a well respected colored boy and number ed his friends by the scores both black and white He was with us for six years as our servant and we knew him well He was perfectly moral and temperate In his habits and always wore n smile and had a good word for everyone George was true and hon est and always found at his post of duo ty The good features of our humble and noble servant can never be blotted from our memories We miss him He has passed Into the far beyond to never return again George is resting peacefully and still smiles with a true soul with his God in peace John Lutes and family 1 Fred Warren business manager of the Appeal to Reason a socialist paper published at GIrard Kan was sen tenced to six months in jail and a fine of 1500 by Judge Pollock in the Fed eral Court Several weeks ago Warren was arrested for alleged violation of the postal regulations in sending through the mails a printed otter of a reward of lOLo to anyone who would kidnap William S Taylor and deliver him to the officers of that State T C Underwood of Hopkmsvillo was elected president of the Kentucky Press Association A D Miller of Richmond vice president and Dan Bowmar of Versailles secretary President Underwood aald he would not appoint the executive committee until he confers witb Cot W B Haldeman whom he will ask to accept the chair manship of the committee 1 This and That Walter King cashier of the branch bank of the Waggoner Bank and Trust Company of Fort Worth Tex which was robbed of 8100 by a lone robber several weeks ago according to the statement of King was indicted for embezzlementThe the eight night riders six of whom were under the death sen tnce charged with the murder of Captain Quentin Rankin near Reelfoot lake October 19 last were reversed by the Supreme Court of Tennessee and remanded for new trials A reorganization of the American col lege so that the chief aim should bo not so much instruction as to impart tho spirit of learning was advocated by President Woodrow Wilson of Princeton University in his Phi Beta Kappa oration at Harvard University The body supposed at first to bo that of a Chinaman which was found In the Hudson River was not that of Leon Ling who is charged with the murder of Elsie Sigel After an autopsy Dr Thomas Curtin Coroners physician declared the body was that of a white boy not more than 16 years old Rear AdmiralPotter became chief of the Bureau of Navigation succeeding Rear Admiral Pillsbury retired The wall of a lock under construc tion at Newport Monmouthshire Eng land gave way burying a party of workmen under it Fully 20 men were killed and others seriously injured Gov Hughes of New York has ape proved the requisition papers of GovI Hadley of Missouri for the St Louis of Broughton Brandenburg the writer on a charge of enticing his stepson from his home POLITICAL Judge W R Cress of Monticello Is to make tho race for Commonwealths attorney against Judge Jarvis In the presence of the new Director of the Census F Dana Durand Pres ident Taft signed the bill providing for the taking of the thirteenth decennial census HowellYou cant be sure what youre getting at a restaurant PowellYes you can HowellHow is that PowellOrder hash and youll get everything I Suffiffl6r StU16 Monarch Shirts EI sir Linen Collars 1t tr V v GUARANTEED HOSIERY in New Colors ++ ++ + +Hf+++4+ +++++++++++ Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4OOOOOO Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLER- Komeoroaai J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Rankin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far mers Lino rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Louisiana and the Southern of Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO INCORKATXDIj iLoj IrGQIIT01 5 moTIlEStaN p1 Our line of Men Boys and Children Clothing iIIIOro complete than ever bctorc Come to see them before buying elsewhere SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY r We have added to our stock J a new line of COOKING RANGES r with all the latest improvements TheJMystic Steel Range and the Ruby J I 4 Cast Range We ask you to call and see them W H HIGG1NSJI I have just received car of OLD HICKORY WAGONS the bcs wagon on the market for the money See them before buying as there has been n great improvement their construction E T PENCE STANFORD K- YMILLINERY a The Charles Wheeler Emporium i 0 Hustonville KyvInvites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown Styles tip to tho minute Prices beyond competition We also state that our Spring Line is now complete To save money come and see and be convinced Our Spring Lino of Shoca for Ladies Misses nut Children and our lino of Gents Shoes will certainly please Ilanan and Walkover tines are hummers and are strictly reliable Yours for an honest deal- CltAItLKS WlIEELEK Jfiirst Tfational 9Jank Stanford Ayl 0yantjrfj 882 Capital Stock ISo 000 Surplus and OWWoW iProfilt Rill paid in lJII1Mndllncll Organisation 19000InSnutff Wow Jfecaunts on Our Tffarltt OfFICER J S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice President John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Aset Cashr- WWSauadersBookkeeperI tJ o j DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman- M D Elmore J M Pattni H C Baughman j F Cummins S T Harris noO Robinson W B tiCOJ J