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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1911.
PERSONAL and SOCIAL
Minors Klintietli, N'um-y nml
Hnriili Ilium lm n-lunicil (rum u
iiit In fneiuN nml ri'littiwi in
Km nl. fort
Mrs. .1. II. Iiiehltipr, of Ciiii'innnti,
I iiwii vihIOhit lior futlinr. Mr V.
W. I'ltinnii on lloiitu .No. .1.
J nine Cooper ri'turni'd from n
lrnalli Moit to frirmU in Missouri
InM week nml Is lmuk Hi mIiooI.
V. Jl. SturKt'i af the 'Ioxiih lnml
Licwlopiiirnt Co., k'ft this week with
a niiHicr nf prospectors, who will
;, look over his property.
II. (.'. 1'irpciiter mid Mr. mid Mm.
Hnmci V. (.'iirpenter, of Shelltyville,
motored to FluiiinpiliiirK, and hack
, Mi. iind Mrs. K. L. Iloweimtinc nro
in Friink fort this week jniests t lir
hhIit, Mrs. .lou Lynn Coffe, and
Sherman Stivers the Lexington
Herald's farm editor, vuiiiu over to
iittend HiiuIiiiiiiii'h Lis; wiulo.
Mr. J. T. Itluiikciibliip of Louis
ille, was n jjue-it ot Wllliiun Fields.
He is prospecting for a fiiltii in l.m
(iiln near town.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Stams were
pti'wis, ot Mr. and Mr. J. T. I'Ihim
Uiii. Miss MNnrttH Kinr. lHtilitr t
Win. king, ot fiiiiti .Sulphur, will
fpond ill1 siiniiHor with hur unele.
I.e. lin.ii. nml fnmih at HnMile
tuid will Mttrnd K'liool at l.iiMiiis
Itt Mr N. C. FtHtnle, of CtlcwHid,
n , i- M-iting Ida i-oh-im-Ihw, S. It.
II, m v,, ii 4.t MoruUiul.
Mr. I). S. Carpenter, of Huston-
lie Mil l red a -IvkIiI -troke of Hrn
'-i SiitimlM, hut not us "eeie a
ln xiruki1 he miMiiiumI in May Inst.
His inaiiv friends hope for a eedy
l!e. and Mrs. Homer V. Carpnn
lir, of Shelbjullc, are kiicmIs of
J. (i. Carpenter, and family this
I)r. V. Harry liistrinc, of Clifton
Spnncs, New York, is rviuliiis: a
hurt Mp'.ition with hix paieiits Mi.
Mrs. V. II. Hik'Kin.
Mis Ueita Jenn Fenny is in Mt.
Vernon the Kuest of Mint Faiiini
Mm. J. W Hntchiwon and little
miu arc making a .'islt to fr.uids
Miss Iom Stranh has ri tinned
fruiii the eitv where she hail been
Ihimiic full millinery ntlos.
The wedding of Ml-- Dollie II.
Collendcr an aei omplished luil of
lleinlrixiii. Ky and Mr. IInrr Jn
robs of MeKinnev will take place
No ember -2, at the rehidenre 'if the
LruleV pirents, Mr. and Mr-. .1. M.
Col. W .1. Mar-hall, of Hender--on
was here this wenk to buy -tmiiJ
mules .md allind tho Iiik sales.
j .Mrs. Willis Nuxlor of Kowland,
is urnting MrH. J. F. Pane of
Mr. It. C. Ander-Min, senior iiii'in-
ber of the firm of II. C. Ander-on
A. Sop, llrodlie.ul. is wr ill Iiiiuiii;
j-nffereil a pniiilytio htroko hint
Mr. and Mrs. W. I.osrnn Wood,
IwiM' returned from Somer-it wheie
tlit v Ii.im' been MMtim; relatives.
Hon. Fuwiii 1'. .Morrow, of Souh-i--et.
-pent Wedne-dnv .ttcii lieie
ill route to Libert'' wneie lie spoke
Thiiiln aflenn II .is ac
companied to Liberty by "Jeor:c 1)
1 I rome. ami Dr. It, L. H.ivison.
Mr-. William M. Stodhill, who
lm- been the kiioM of Mi-i Lucv
Donein for M-veral ilnjs, left this
inormni; tor Hnstonville wlieic -he
will be the jruct of lel.itives for
hiimr time before leaving for her
homo in Oak J'aik, Illinois. Dan
Anions those from out of town
who attended tho OsboniO" Warren
wedding hern Wednesday were : Ale.,
dames W O. Hradloy, of JT."in:
fort, Lucicn Bcckncr, of Winchos
tcr, James T. Menefic, of Dimillc,
Jenn Warren and Mim Letih.i Niir-
ven. ot Uunvuie, .viessi. Jonn biiu
S. M. Duncan and Mi-s Jeniiic Dun
can, of LancnMcr ami Mrs. L. t
Ilarnard, WnshitiKton, It. C, Mm
Mattie. Duncan and Miss Xmy fioi-
tuon, of licxinton, who i now the
truest of .Mish Hose Alcorn.
Suffered Ten Yean Relieved in Three
Monlht Tfianki to 1'h-KU-NA.
f rifLLEkr Ajtkfl
0. II. FIZKH, M t. HterllnR, Ky
' hMve Buffered with kldneyWid
bladder trouble for ten yearn pant.
"Ijint March I commpiicnil unlnj-
rerun and continued for three mnntlm.
I have not uied It (lnce,nor have I felt
a pain." t
Mr. Itoot, of Itooscvtlt, Okla., is
here to hold tho sale on th l'.'ili ot
his farm ou iIk Hiistonvillo pike.
J. F. Cool: Hit lm; mule mid jail;
man of Lexington, was Iilii lor the
sales this wee!
Mr. (Iciir'c L (Iraham, of I.eba
lion, came up lor ltmii;hitiiiu's In,
Mile this wctt'i
We have hotijlit out thn Hot ion
t"itrvruiit and would hu t;lad to hnvc
ill out fi Kinds mil. Wtt .vill li.nc
Hi sHIc the bi'-l nml fltl.e.l i .ike-,
iii, I) rend nml nil kinds of ,n-li'.
cold IkhcIick iumi hoi linii'liiiivi'i -. a
"picinltv. ('. L. (in er. 7!
Nollie. 'I lie linn of lll" Hio-
Iiuviut; dis-oked nil iuikbtni to same
will pleac cull nml -ettle at ouic,
thciebv -iiviiil! - the IrounV oi' liav
ini; to foMict iiiinf. V.. T. and Al
fnd l'incc. 71 -.'!..
Mi-s Jo-eohioe Havden has pone
to Cave Spring, !a., to teach in the
-rhool lor ll.e deaf having' been cle t
id to till the I'ifiincv causeu liy the
inairiace of Mi-- NVll Waneii
Mr. and Mr C. It. (lover, of
Corbin, boui;ht out Hoi ton'- re-tan-unit
this week r.nl will oprrato it in
the future. Mr Oovir is a lam ola
county man while his vwfe wn- Mi-s
Fndii Menr iiimi ot tins I'ouiiti.
Hotli hnvc a thI many triet.ds vho
will vvihome them back.
I.'.. ...ittirrli ili'ilflll.-s JI lll'il ll
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catarrh briatlnr tlvomei and end j'.I '
nii-eiv. 0. L. I'ennv auaianltt'- it.
Cotneplete outfit ir.cluditu inlinlcr
fl.OO: extra bottle if needed ."nlc
(l'roiiouiirn it Hic.h-n.mo.
Common Colds Must Be Taken Seriously.
For utile cured they sap the vi- (
tahly and lower the vital resistance
So more serums infection. Fiotcct
vour children and vour-elf bv the i
prompt ti-c of FolevV Honev mid
'lar t'ompoiind and note its nmek
and deci-ive re-ills For onli
colds, croup, whoopini: couch, biim
ilntis and affection- of the throat
i best mid lute- it i- an cvciv readv
and valuable renudv. Shiijjnrs and
15 ' uest
ARE YOU FREE
Headaches, Cold. IndigestioR,
Pains, Coariipation, Sour Stomach,
DizziAcu? If you are aot, the most
elective, prompt and pleasant
method of getting rid of them is to
take, now and then, a desertspooa
ful of the ever refreshing and truly
beneficial laxative remedy Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna. It u
well Known throughout the world
as the best of family laxative reme
dies, because it acts so gently and
strengthens naturally without irri
tatipg the system in any way.
To get its beneficial effects it U
always necessary to buy the genu
inc, manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Co., bearing the name
of the Company, plainly printed on
the front of every package.
Mr. 0. A. Henedict, founerly a
farmer of this county, but now of
Wa-huiL'ton county, is here iiiinclim.
with old friend-. He is a wheel
bor-c democrat in ln neck ot the
woods and -avs pro-pectswere nev
i r brighter for a bij: majority for Mc
( rearv and the entire ticket.
SOME LOCUST TREE.
The locust tree, under fuvorabb
conditions, cjows to a hiio suitable
for line on the farm Ions befoio
most other vaiities which are com
monly planted, with probably tho
eatalmi as an exception. An I. J.,
icpresentotive was shown a loutiht
in the vard of Mr. and Mrs. John
Itoian ,ot the Union cection of cist
Garrard, that has made a most re
markable growth. It sprouted from
u locust bean in June two yearn
ind Mr. H. serine it was in a pn.per
place for a nhiido tree, diovn up a
ttnke by it for protection. Xiivv it
standB over 15 feet tall Htid is is
fcis und hree-qunrter inches in dia
meter nt the ground ,and easts tlrn'c
enoiifili for hcatini: of a good hiaed
Road to 8omathlng Ittttr.
ETer7thliic we endure patiently la
key to aoraethlng beautiful we could
never enter otherwlae Ily the toll
aome road of study a acbolar learni
to set Joy out of books and ttonea and
treea Ily the bard road of discipline
a man learns to get Joy out of every
There was u quiet wedding nt the
residence of llev. J. J. Dickey Thurs
dav iitlenioon nt 2 o'clock the con
tracting parties wcro Prof Win. II.
Hicks, ot I almcmth, and Mi.-s An
toinette Leo Fletcher of Science Hill
but late of MeKinnev. Tho binle is
in accoii'pli-hid ladv and u good
mu-icimi and the groom a baud tench
er and nu expert musician nnd both
Lue the best vwshe of thcr many
Inendrt for tliir fuVnn welfare.
COME TO LOUISVILLE AT OOF EXPENSE
Purchase a round trip ticket from your home to Louisville. When you have
completed your shopping in this store, take your return ticket and your sales checks, which
are given you with each purchase, to the Credit Desk (South end of the building, first floor.)
If your railroad fare is more than 5co of your purchases, 5 will be refunded on the amount
of your purchases. 1 Special Notice lo Charge Customers: Rcfnnd made only in cash, and at time of purchase. Refund canac t"u7cKdited at the time of stttkmtat af accaaat.
4th Ave. and Cfrtl.ro-f CtAf,rt Fi:,,.A 4th Ave. and
Walnut Street Uicnaii Jims JLWCUUljf
History of the South's Greatest
This store was founded in 18G1 by Messrs. S- Barker & Co. The
rite was the north half of the present mam building of the Golden
Rule store. The store at that time .was managed by Mr. Jcre Mid-dlcton-
The stockholders were Mr. Barker, Mr. Middlcton and W.
Tho ownership of the store passed through sever&l changes tip
to the present time first, S. Ilarkcr &, Co., then Sharp & Middle
ton, and Fcsscndcn & Stewart, to the present ownership.
Previous to April, 190G, t'lis burlncss had grown so Iprge that
the facilities for handling thr trade became too crowded in the
old store, which is at present occupied by the Golden Rule Store, 'rue
ttianagcmcnt looked around to find the most suitable and most central
site in the city. The site at Fourth and Wr.lnut Streets was decided
on immediately as tho bfst in Lcuisville. Negotiations were mtdr, t-e
owners of the present site tcanngdown a rriidencc and several
small houses to accommodate the present building. This build
ng was occupied April 1st, 190G, md is cms jer d
the most up-to-date and model st or building of '!
in the country. The store is 108x180 feet eight floors,
built of reinforced steel and con crete.
When visiting the store ask any floor man. ho
will be pleased to show you through the entire
t:miii:o!Di:iiiks st.tioxi:iiy gi.ovi:s
MVIJI.KV AP.T nniMltTMKXT
Itnt.TS AM) tt.tGS
MX KU i:.it
onini, ni:iMitT.Mi:T MANicrnn
'''! WASH GOODS SH.'JS
)i;ti Goonr, m.wKtrrs mt s goods
OOMRsTIl-. ('O.MPOI11S UN' NOS
A 1,1, KINDS
HOMRX'S AMI MI-SHS' SPITS
iui:ssi:s nii coats
INI 3. NTS
The Most Central
Shopping Spot In
DltAPPKIPS MHVS WD ItOVS' CLOTIIIXG
WAI.ti PAPHIt SIAM.NG MACIIIXES
FfRXITUUn GKXPItAI. OFPICn
EipriOynns dixixg hoom ai.tkhatiox room
n STOCK ItOOMS MAXAGEIl'S OKFICK
xKECEIVING ROOM ADVEUTIS1XG OFFICES
UPHOI.STERV WORK CARPET WORK ROOM
RESTAURANT (Openctl about Oct. 1)
HOUSE FURXISIIIXGS TOi'S
CHINA CUT GLASS
tJKOCERY LUNCH ROOM
SOD FOUNTAIN TRUNKS
PACKING vn DELIVERY
ROOM ENGINE ROOM
jA hl'gv irrc.
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Best Store Eqiipttit,
Best Service aid tie
Largest Stock of Mer
chandise in the Ststk
Stewart's 65th Anniversary Sale
Begins Wednesday September 13, 191 1 v5m
For Detail see Louisville Papers, beginning Tuesday, September 12
4 Days of the most remarkable bargains ever offered by any department store. i
Everything in the merchandise world from 61 complete stores under one roof.
Out Of Town 'Shoppers you must come to the greatest of all sales. We expect
thousands to attend from all over the State and we have arranged
A LIBERAL REBATE PLAN
And these Remarkable values to bring you here, attend the Fair and shop at our great Store.
PMf PY MODS CO, rTosCrR1.0"-
jibs, jyj "h r-w-
STEWART DRY GOODS CO.
When Visiting the City.
m nwiutwi wnm mm.