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The Interior Journal.
STANFORD, KY FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1910.
Primary or Convention.
There has been but littto said recent
ly of tho Congressional raco that will
bo held In this district this year. Tho
friends of several Rcntlomen havo said
that thcro would be opposition to Hon.
Harvey Helm, tho present incumbent,
for tho democratic nomination, but as
yot no nuthoritativo announcement to
that effect has been made. Mr. Helm
has mado his ofllclal announcement, but
nono of the others havo done so. A
nomination will bo mado, aa a matter
of courao, and the selection of a party
'" candidato will probably bo mado some
tlmo In tho spring or summer. Tho
tlmo and manner of making, tho selec
tion will be determined by tho Con
gressional committee, which will bo
called toRcther at tho ptcasuro of Mr
' , Nor I on Fitch, of Jessamine county,
who Is chairman of that committee.
Tho domocrata of this district are In
terested In tho selection of a Kod man
for tho position, and thcro must bo no
taint or suspicion of unfairness In male
inK that solectlon. Tho district, from
a political standpoint, is very close, and
tho defeat of a weaker unpopular dem
ocratic candidate by a stronR and iop.
ular republican would not only bo prob
able, but very possible
There must bo no cpjestlon as to tho
fairness of tho selection. I'ackcd con
ventions In tho past havo had much to
do with the conditions that have exist
ed In Kentucky for the past ten or
twelve years, and no honest man can be
in favor of them In the future. Every
vntpr ihould bo entitled to a voice in
the selection of his party's candidate.
nml evrrv vote should be counted as
cast. This can bo dono in a primary
election and has been rarely, if ever,
Jaim in convent on. There Is no
trading or swapping in a primary, and
there, every tub stands on its own bot
Spring's a mld that knows no lover,
Fearless-eyed and fancy-free.
Snowy blosoi.as droop abovo her.
Flowery graces kiss her knee.
Summer wears a crown of roses
For tho maid bo:omes a bride,
On her checks two growing posies,
In her eyes n world of pride.
Autumn ia a goodwife jolly,
Mellow as her gathered fruit.
Twinkling eyea that laugh at folly,
Ruddy checka and lips to boot.
Winter is a queen of sorrows
Throned aloft, austerely white,
Gazing down tho loveless morrows
To tho inevitable night.
The cost of living is going so high
Wo cannot live and so must die.
We've got to do It right away,
Uecauso unless we'ro p. d. q.
In what it'a up to ua to do,
The undertakers will comblno
Along the whole darn funeral line
And make that cost prohibitive
A now wo And It is to live.
Thus we can neither live nor die,
No matter by what means we try,
And this condition being true,
Say, what in thunder shall we doT
N. Y. Tribune.
A Frightful Wrock.
of train, automobile or buggy may
causccuu, bruises, abrasions, sprains
or wounds that demand Uucklcn's Ar
nica Salve-earth's greatest bealer.
Oniric relief and nromnt cure remits.
For burns, bolls, sores of all kind
oczema, chapped hands and lips, sore
vp or coros. Its aunrcrao. Surest
pile euro. 25o at Penny's Drugstore
The prico of shoes Is to be advanced,
it aecms, becauso leather ia scarce, and
leather Is scarce becauso little meat Is
being slaughtered, and little Is being
slaughtered because pcoplo cannot af
ford meat at present prices, and there
is no end to this story, you know; it
goes right around In o circle.
After stating the statistics as to mor
tality from different diseases In Pana
ma, at different periods, Dr. Osier aald
that In 1908 tho combined tropical dis
eases, malaria, dysentery and berl-berl,
killed fewer there than tho two great
killing diseases of tho temperate zone,
pneumonia and tuberculosis.
Josiah Took Desslo out sleigh riding
last night and tried to klsa her.
Horam And wouldn't she stand for
Josiah Yes; but the blamed old hoxs
wouldn't. He ran away.
"He's a brutel"
"What's he been doing now?"
"I threatened to leave him and he
told mo ho would button my gown up
the back If 1 would hurry." Houston
"I wish the landlady
"Ob, I like to tee the
would get a
Miis Mary Lnwrcnco Claxon, of Lou
isville, is the guest of Miss Edna Cam
nitz. Mr. und Mrs. I). S. Carpenter, who
for tho past week have been ill, wo nro
plcaicd to state nro much better.
Tho next meeting of tho ladles' C.
W. 11. M. will be held with Miss Helen
Hocker at 2:30 on Thursday, February
Tho subject of Rev. W. S. Willis'
sermon on next Sunday morning
will bo "Satin or tho Devil;" evening,
Martin T. Rujsell, of Milldgcville,
died Saturday night of senility, aged
85, and was burled Monday in tho Bus
Myers & Vaughn shipped to Cincin
nati Monday a car of hogs bought at C
to 7J and a car of cattle, butcher stulT,
bought for 3 to 3c.
Choir practlco will bo held on Friday
evening at 7 o'clock at tho homo of C.
M. Rack. Tho teachers' training classes
of the Christian church will meet with
Mrs. June Hocker next Saturday at
J. D. Depp fell from his barn lolt a
few days since and was painfully injur
ed, but Is able to move with crutches.
Miis Dillie May Sutherland, of Irene,
Ky., Is tho guest of her many friends
The celebrated evangelist, Rev. Jas.
Small, and his no less noted singer,
have been employed to conduct a pro
tracted meeting at tho Christian church
hero In August next. Tho exact date
will be announced later.
"Toncy, tho Convict," a thrilling
drama, will be given by the young lady
and gentlemen actor of the graded
school at Alcorn's Opera House on the
evening of Feb. 22 The proceeds will
go for charitable purposes.
Ry nctual count thcro wero 41 loads
of tobacco in our city Saturday and
nearly as many on Friday. Jas. Grubbs,
one of our expert tobacco raisers and
handlers, sold one load last week for
$G99, breaking tho State record.
George Carpenter, of Frye's creek,
died on Friday evening, after a pro
tracted illness. He was buried on
Saturdny at Poplar Grove. He was a
successful merchant on Frye'a creek
and had many friends who will mourn
Tho day that Dr. James Wesley fell
and broke his hip was the coldest this
winter, and he laid helpless where he
fell for over two hours before he was
discovered. His numerous friends in
Lincoln and Casey counties will be glad
to hear he is better
Tho agitation of the anti-meat cru
sade over the country ha reached our
locality and finds many warm sup
porters here. Deep-seated interest is
manifested in solving tho problem,
which has aroused practically the entire
country, and the influence which ele
vates food prices must and will be
downed, becauso it is a matter of self-
King Carpenter, one of our most ex
cellent young men, has gone to Texas
prospecting, with a view of locating.
S. D. Yowell ia deciJcdly the happiest
man in tho West End, occasioned by
the arrival of a handsome eight-pound
daughter. The several cases of pneu
monia patients in this locality, we arc
glad to announce, are convalescing,
Miss Helen Hocker very handsomely
entertained Mrs. Minnie Robinson's Ri
bio class Friday evening from 8 to 11
Tho menu included the delicacies of the
season, artistically prepared and great
ly enjoyed by all.
was of tho unconquerable, aover-say-
die kind, tho kind that you need most
when you havo a bad cold, couch or
lung disease. Supposo troches, cough,
syrups, coJ liver o ilor doctors havo
all faded, don't loso heart r hope
Tako Dr. King's Now Discovery.
Satisfaction Is guaranteed when used
for any throat or lung tioublo, It has
saved thousands of nopoless sufferers.
It mastots stubborn colds, obstlnsto
coughs hemorrhages, la grippe, croup
asthma, buy fever aud whooplngcough
and Is tho most safe and corluln reme
dy for all bronchial olfactions. 50c
$1. Trial bottle free at Penny's Drug
A verdict was given at Owensboro to
J. F. Dearinger and Raymond Deann
ger for $20,000 against the Kentucky
and Indiana Telephone and Telegraph
Co. The plaintiff, Raymond Dearinger,
was badly injured by coming in contact
with a wire heavily charged with elec
Tho board of supervisors completed
Its work Friday afternoon. The assess
ed value of the county was raised $100,
000, making the grand total of assessed
property in Royle county 18,773,643.
Mlo-na, that's the name of the best
prescription ever written for indiges
tion or stomach distress. Guaranteed
I by G. L. Penny, 60c,
Lotta Faust, tho musical comedy
tress, Is dead In New York Citv.
Ezra Kendall, the comedian, died at
Martinsville, Ind., where ho went for
Tho Journal-News plant at Evans
ville. Ind.. was destroyed, causing a
loss of $100,000.
In a wreck in tho Mobile, Ala., yards
of the Mobilo and Ohio railroad one
man was killed and three Injured.
Hetty Green, ono of New York's
richest women, says meat is too Ihigh
f6V her and alio will substitute some
thing for it.
James Shouso, aged CO, killed him
self at Vincenncs, Ind., leaving a note
saying ho took his lifo for the better
ment of his children.
Premier Rriand and Minister of Fl
nanco Cochery, of France, after a con
sultation estimated that the flood losses
would exceed $200,000,000.
Warner Van Norden, president of ,tho
Van Norden Trust Co., of New York,
was robbed of $28,000 by two women
as he was leaving the Waldorf-Astoria.
Tho directors of tho Pennsylvania
Company, operating tho Pennsylvania
railroad lines west of Pittsburg, declar
ed a dividend of $1G.G7 per share, pay
able in stock.
A report that tho Jeffries-Johnson
fight will shortly be declared off on ac
count of tho dispute between Rlckard
and Glcason as to the place where it Is
to bo held is current.
Holders of copper stocks saw their
profits of the past two months melt away
Tuesday in ono of the sharpest declines
which the Roaton market has exper
ienced for nearly a year.
Tho Federal government s prosecu
tion of the publishers of the New York
World was stopped. Judge Hough in
the U. S. circuit court in New York
quashing the indictment.
George S. Schuhmann, president of
tho company publishing the Louisville
Anzciger, one of the foremost business
men in Louisville, nnd a leading German-American
citizen, Is dead.
In the court of appeals G. W. Settle,
of Madison county, convicted and sen
tenced to the penitentiary for 10 yearn
on a charge of unlawfully detaining a
woman, was given a new trial.
The jury in the case of T. S. Ander
son, the Owensboro banker, charged
with false swearing, failed to agree
and was discharged. It stood seven
for acquittal and five for conviction.
Tho Court of Appeals affirmed the
decision of the Royle circuit court in
the case of tho Commonwealth against
Gcorgo Gordon for the killing of Robt.
Rrewcr. Gordon must servo 21 years.
Three persons were killed and three
seriously injured when an automobile
owned and driven by a Kansas City,
Kas., contractor, John Maloney, skid
ded and plunged over a 40-foot embank
ment. Tho meat boycott has become nation
al. . Labor unions and persons with so
cialistic tendencies in every large city
in tho nation have become involved in
tho crusade against the alleged Reef
A fourth of France, it is estimated,
is now under water. Snow and rain
are adding to the floods, which are un
precedented in the history of tho pres
ent generation. Tho Seine continued
to rise and the situation in Paris grew
The Indiana Supreme Court reversed
itself and held tho gravel road law
passed by the last Legislature consti
tutional, and thereby some $30,000,000
of bonds issued under the law and out
standing in Indiana, Ohio and Eastern
States become valid.
A petition (or rehearing in the case
of Rcech Hargis against tho Common
wealth has been filed with Napier
Adams, clerk of tho Court of Appeals,
A ruling on the motion is expected
shortly. He was given a life sentence
for killing his father, Judgo Jas. Har
Gov. Swanson, In a special message
to the Legislature, advises that Virgin
ia should claim from tho Federal Gov
ernment a portion of the $80,000,000 do
rivod from the sale of public lands in
the territory which Virginia ceded to
the United States from which wero
formed the States of Ohio, Indiana,
Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin and a por
tion of Minnesota.
Those Pies Of Boyhood.
How delicious were the plea or boy
hood. No pies now ever taste so
good. What's changed? tho pics?
No. Its you. You'vo lost tho strong,
healthy stomach, tho vigorous liver,
the active kidneys, the regular bowels
of boyhood. Your digestion U poor
uu ,ci blame the food. What's
needed? A completo toulng up by
Electric Bitters ot all organs of dl
gestlon Stomach, Liver, Kidneys,
Dowels Try tbem. They'll restcro
your boyhood appetite and apprecia
tion of food aod fairly saturate your
I body with new boalth, strength and
vigor. oOoat Penny's Drug Store.
BEGINS WEDNESDAY FE,B., 2ND LASTS 16 DAYS.
Ill Q QQQ QQ worth of merchandise of every know. description for men and children. This
yjxu,JJJ.JJ mammoth stock to be dist.ibuted into the homes of the people tor ten days
only, at prices never before dreamed of A Carnival indeed. An event that will go down in the his
tory as the greatest sale known thsoughout the states greater not only in 'he marvalous section of
styles, in the multitude of values offered but greatest in thebewildering low prices asked. Come here
expecting to find absolutely the best valuef you eversaw. You will not be disappointed; your ex
pectations shall be exceeded in every instance; we guarantee you that our pricss arc lower and the
vaiues such as you only could pieture in your most exalted moments of imagination. Were we to use
the most emphatic language, we could not sufficiently impress upon you the impurtance of these
bargins. Why language is too faint to convey to you even an idea of the extraordinary values :o be
found Wednesday, Feb. 2. This mighty gigantic sale of sixteen furious selling days will record the
most important event ever held, To this end the entire building will be closed from Saturday January
29th Wednesday. February 2nd, at 9 a. m., undergoing vasltv important changes; every article to be
marked in plain figures at only a shadow below actual actual cost, and Wednesday, Feb, 2nd, at 9 a. m
we will open upon a show of style and a scene of activity that will excel! anything ever witnessed.
S. GOLDSTEIN, Stanford, Ky.
Remember, you get your rronev oack should you be dissatisfied. Perfect fit guaranteed. In
cluded in this sale; our entire spring purchases at same proportionate prices. We urge it as a duty
upon every mah, upon every saving housewife to attend this stupendous bargain feast. No postpone
ment. Sale positively begins Wednesday, Feb. 2nd., at 9 a. m. and will continue 16 days Store will
be closed Monday, January 31 and Tuesday Feb. 1st. to arrange and mark down every article through
out all departments.
A FINK SUIT OF HOME
SI'UN and wool crash cheviots in
plain and fancy mixed effects, all
we L'hts, perlect limng. guaran
teed positively worth up to SS or
vour monev refunded at any time
during this great public sale, S2.49
MEM'S SPLENDID SUITS
made uo in medium and heavy
weights, consrrvative styles, pos
itively up to $12 or your mone
refunded at any time during this
creat public sale S3 98
' S14 SUIT, All to match, S4 49.
A fine suit of clothes, all to match
come in homespun and worstead
Scotch mixtures. This suit pos
itively worth S14 or your money
refunded at any time during the
creat public sale S4-49
S16 ALL WORSTED SUITS.
S6.jq This is the peer of any
vou can see elsewhere at a 5l6
Drice mark. A marvel of good
ness. all sizes. Don't fail to ask
for this suit A genuine S16
$20 MEN'S FINE SUITS, SS.98
A grand assortment of single and
double breasted sack suits, black
blue and brown cheviots serges
velour finished cassimere, some
solid worsteds in gray and brown;
nobbv tweed mixtures in all the
most desirable and newest shades,
all superbly tailored; perfect ht
guaranteed. Values that are
equal in every respect to suits
that sell for S20 Our sale
Ladies' Walking Skirts.all sizes
and styles, you must see them to
realize the magniticent quality,
the complete perfection of the
styles and colorings, aKiris which
you seldom have seen equaled for
Se.co. Public Sale Trice . .S2.29
150 splendid ultta-fashicnable
skirts; garments which are a rev
Sale lasts 16 days only Wed. Feb. 2. to Sat. Feb. 19.
Owing to the reputation ol I bave established in the past pears as a merbhant ot high grade de
pendable merchandise the prices aro as represented and not in any way exaggerated in this advertise
ment. Buyers can have their money refunded at any time for ans reason whatever If purchose is not
satisfactory to purchaser. Our guarautce: We assure each and every' purchaser absolute satisfaction.
We guarcntec every price and every statement here made and wc will exchange, take back or aefund
your money on any purchase unsatisfactory for any reason what soever. Every article every garment
in the house markend in plain figures. One pricle to all, Sale positively opens Wed., Fc 2, 9 a. m
SPECIAL NOTICE Kailroad fare paid to every purchaseerof S25.00 or over within a radius of
ae miles, Merchants wishing to bua portions of this stock at retail prices listed in this paper, will bc
waited on between the hours ot 8 and 9 every morning.
elation of the tailors skill, PanamaS3.00 and S4.00 brands, all the
Alpacas, Wool Mannish Mixturesllatest styles, every pair guaranteed
n all shades, worth 7; come and 1
pick them at this Receivers Sale
price 22 39
Ladies Tailor Made Coats
inese beautiful spring coats are
the smartest, best fitting coats
that has ever been shoivn in Stan
ford, The materials art excellent
and all the nev shades up to the
minute Every coat more than a
vLadies 12 Auto Coat extra
long .strictly hand Tailored in
black aud blue some are stunning
ly trimmed very latest models
Positively worth $12. During this
Ladirs Yx length Black coats
made of latest materials and
fashions worth up to SS; perfect
fitting; don't miss this one. Pub
lic Sale Price Si-qS.
Ladies finest Dress Shoes, lace
and oxford, latest dress styles and
leathers; worth S2.00,
public sale price 98c
Ladies' patent and vici kid lace
seoes. French and Cuban heels,
for dress and street ware, genuine
$2. 50 values.
public sale price Si. 29.
Ladies calf and vici kid shoes.
Cuban heels. selectedfrom lines
where there were only a few left,
latest styles, wortn S2.50 to S3. 00.
public sale price $1.49.
Ladies' shoes, latest styles only
in dress shoes, all sizes up to 7,
all S3.50 to S4.00 values,
pubiic sale pries S1.98.
ico pairs men's stylish lace
shoes or oxfords in oatent kid and
vici. actually and positively worth
public sale price 98c.
Mens line dress shoes, lace or
oxfords in patent colt finest select
vici kids and patent colt famous
our public sale price S1.9S.
MFN'S ALL WOOL FLAN
FEL SHIRTS in plain and fancy
colors, all sizes, $1.25 values,
public sale price 49c.
MEN'S EXTRA HEAVY
WORK SHIRTS, never sold for
less than 75c, sale price 37c,
MEN'S WORK SHIRTS.
fancy and nobby designs, worth
c,oc, sale price 98c.
MEN'S FINE DRESS.SHIRTS
standard , Sl.25 sellers. all
sizes in fall and winter patterns,
sale price 79c.
MEN'S ALL WOOL SHIRTS
finest material, all sizes, worth 2
Public sale price oSc.
25c SUSPENDERS of excellent
elastic, with patent buckles and
straps full leiigth, worth 25c,
Public sale price 9c.
50c SUSPENDERS. All 50c
supenders, including the well
known 50c "President" subenders
public sala price 19c.
85c AND S1.00 OVERALLS
and lumpers, in all sizes and
styles, plain blue or striped over
alls with or without bib, all Sec
values, public sale price 69c.
MEN'S Ice ROCKFO'RD
SEAMLESS HALF HOSE.
Positively worth 15c public sale
25 Inch RED & BLUE BAN
positively worth ioc public sale
Men's 2Cc Black tan
fancycolors nevei sold
25c, while they last
S3. 00 Trousers, St. co. Men's all
wool cassimeres, tweeds, cheviots
etc., well fitting gorments, which
sold as high as $3.00, public sale
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