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THE INTEUtt JfWimAL iTANFWW. KENTIKKV. FWHAV. AU1U1T I. UH
It's the LITTLE THINGS that make up life. It's
the LITTLE THINGS we forget and 10 we want to
remind you of the LITTLE THINGS we sell that you
need EVERY DAY.
In Silk at 25c and 50c; in Lisle at 25c and 50c; in
Cettont lOcl'and 15c
We carry so many of these that we hardly know
what to say about them only this string ties and
4-huhands in every conceivable color at 25c and 50c
We sell the "Arrow Brand." They are linen, they
are correct styles, and they are two for 25c
We have a show case full of them at 10c, 25c and
Light and medium weights, also the heavy working
man's Suspender, at 25c and 50c
Something you must have-tans, greys, blacks-at
25c50c, $1.00 and $1.50.
Collar Buttons, Cuff Buttons, Stick Pins, Shoe
Laces, Shoe Polish, Tie Holders, Handkerchiefs,
Everything a man wears at
H. J. McROBERTS
DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, chartered March 9, 1854.
National Bank of Stanford, organized June 2, 1865.
First Rational Bank
OCTOBER 3, 1882.
This Bank has been In successful and uninterrupted oper
ation for 58 years, and 1$ worthy of the confidence of of the
public. Open an account with us today.
The Farmer's Friends
Superior and Peoria Grain Drills
Call and see the new stock
Fhe Interior Journal.
WILTON Mi 8AUFLKT
II A YEAR BTRICTLT M ADVANOt
rUrtd .1 l poDltlfe t Stanttri He
nd rt mail mtlltr.
tor rntUtnt WOODKOW WILBOM.
tor V I'rtt THOfl. H. UAK8rr.VI.Ti
f-.r Vtntrnt lr.lKVEV HELM
tor ComlM', AH E. V, rUKYKAll
tor Circuit tltrkJ. - 110LDAM
tor MtpitnltW. JI. FIELD!)
tor MsutrmtiU. C NEW LAND
Th announctmtatl In thti column ar. o(
tanriidatra for office, aubjret to tha ctlon ot
Ihf IVmwratlo primary. No announcement!
will h mada, unla paid (or in adranta:
M. H. UAUQllMAN
n. W. OIVENH
J. 0. WnATHEKFOKD
t. j. nrr.L
TtrjCau nlj Jul
T. A. itiCK
SI. F. SORTII
WILLIAM If. IIE8TEK
W. A. CAU80.V
V. t HECK
8. M. OWENH
. II. 11HONAUOH
V. C. BANrilDOE
J. II. UOONE
W. T. CJAKNEll
Hoth Hie Danville Advocate nnd
the Danvillo Jlcscueer come out
stronj; for Gov. Ucckhura for tbc
democratic noiiiiiiiitloti for U. S.
Senator in tho stale wide primary
nest Aumist. Thu 13 neculiurly nil
pioprlato nnd well though?. The
Advocatu whii-h nmde the first de-
clumtion for lieckhaua on Monday
"Boyle county Rave Gov. J. C. W.
Beckham a knock-out blow when ho
was the nominee for United SJates
Senntor. Boyle county wns chagrut
cd nt that time nnd has been nnxt
ous to do reparation. The demo
crats of this county should come
vut to n man for the former Uov-
enior. The Advocate is nnxious to
bo the first to propose tho propo
sition for the unnnimous support of
tho Nelson county leader. Gov,
Beckham's stand nt Baltimore along
with Senator James has made him
a force in the State that stamps him
as a winner.'
The Richmond papers arc very
sore at the demuciiifo of Mudiautl
for turning down Judge Sullivan in
his home comity, and they havo n
right to be. We personally know
that Congressman Helm would have
liked to see Judge Sullivan earn
Madison, uud that he made no fight
there, of course, however, beinjr in
no position to attempt to check the
work of his Mndison county fnends,
for him. Judge Sullivan deserved
an endorsement by his home people,
any they will yet regret that they
did not loyally support him.
The selection of J. N. Camden, of
Versailles, as campaign chairman of
the .democratic party m Kentucky
this fall could hardlv have been im
proved upon. Mr. Camden is clean,
capable, and is one of the men who
ure dohig things to keep Kentucky
in the forward rank of states.
Strength to his arm in tho fight taf
mako the innionty 100,000 in November.
The fight ns to who will poll the
biggest vote in Lincoln, Roosevelt or
Tnft has already started. Choir
man l)avison of the Taft forces has
issued a call for a big rally nt the
colored Odd Fellows hall nest Mon
day night. Now what will tho Bull
Monscs doT We'll take a ticket on
"Davy" every time.'
The Board f Prison Commission
ers this week appointed John Chil
ton, of Hopkinsvillc, warden of the
Eddyville penitentiary, u splendid
selection. Now if they will retain
Warden Ed Mudd, nt Frankfort, who
has made a splendid official, and
appoint Bob Coffey u deputy war
den, everyone in this section, will
bo well pleuued, wu ure bure.
Are not necessarily reserved for big depositors.
Tho small man In business Is welcomed at this bank as a tle
peelter, and lias the encouragement which an always conser
vative bank may give tha small but growing business.
Lincoln County National Bank
Corner Next to Courthouse.
Tho citizen who does not read the
speech of Woodrow Wilson aecept
hig the democratic "nomination for
the presidency, misses a cein indeed.
What a great and wonderful man he
is becomes moro upparent ovcry
Umteserved But AMrreetated
The Advocate stands ready to tnko
off its hnt to Editor Shclton Sauf
ley, of the Stanford Interior Journal.
To him more than to any other man
in the Eighth Congressional District
Congressman llnrvcy Helm owes
his remarknblo victory in the pri
mary last Saturday. He nctcd n
press ngent for the "Tall Sycamore,''
nnd while wo thought wo wcro de
livering some "hot shots" in fnvor
of our man, Souflcy, some how or
other, managed to rover us with utill
hotler shots in the numerous Helm
papers of the district. SaufleyV
many friends nil over the district
are declaring that Congressman
Helm should rewnrd him with the
best slice of pic in hit gift when
Governor Wilson is made president
of tho nntion. Mnny of Congress
man Helm's wnrmest friends env
that ho should back Editor Saufley
for the Collectorship nnd in tho
event tlint the Stanford editor cares
for tho job, ho will doubtless land
if Congressman Helm's bucking will
MNs Knthcrine Wells attended
the Danville fair Wcdnesdiiy.
Mrs. Louis Kricticr and little son,
Muster Harlan, have returned from
a visit to the formers parents, Mr.
ami Mrs. Charles Gcffiziger in Hur
rodsburg. Mrs. B. D. McGraw is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Forrest Johnstone,
in Danville and attending tho Dan
Owing to the success of the last
hop, the young gentlemen of this
city ure contemplating; giving an
other on the evening of August 14.
Col. G. D. McCollum left for Alt.
Vcruoii Wednesday, where he es
pected to attend the fair.
Mrs. Linney McDonald is serious
ly ill with something like appendi
citis. Miss Anna Davis is fii Shelby
ville, the guest of Miss Sue Shind
ler. She goes from there to Kc
irort. where she will visit Miss Fan
Miss Ruth Tanner, Miss Georgia
Wells nnd Murshull McCollum at
tended tho hop at Danville Thurs
Miss Julia Hundley and Mrs. Sara
Wright ure visiting relatives in
" Mesdames George Walden and
John W. Rawlings of Danville, at
tended an entertainment here Mon
Mrs. Eugene Grubbs has returned
to her home in Lexington, after at
tending the house party at the homo
of Mrs. Mary Frances Wells.
Misses Bessie Wright and Lucy
Haukla were in Danvillo Wednesday
Mrs. Elizabeth Owens nnd Miss
Elizabeth and Master Everett Owens
leave shortly for Brnniughnm, where
they will visit Mr.s. Jack Townley
nnd Mr. Everett Owens, who is a
train dispatcher in that city.
Miss Myrtle Brown, of Pnrksville,
stopped over with her aunt, Mrs.
Mary E. Ilankla o uher way home
from a visit to Mrs. A. B. Humble
iu Seaman, O. ,
Miss Cora Snnsbcrry, of Lebanon,
who has been visiting Mrs. John W.
Caskey, left Tuesday for Dnnville.
i nttend the fair.
n ice cream supper civcnliv the'
members of the class of Mis Alma
Cosby hi aid of the Presbyterian
church Wednesday evening netted
Mrs. W. E. Grubbs, of Barb'our
ulle, is isiting Mrs. G. D. McCol
lum. Prof. Ed Grubbs of Liberty, is
"Hilly" McGraw, of 'Iho C. X. 0.
& T. P. railway is at home with his
mother, Mrs. B. D. McGraw.
Hon. Harvey Helm, our nest Con
gressman, vns here from Stanford
Mrs. Mary E. Ilankla and daugh
ter, Miss Lucy visited Dr. and Mis.
W .W. Phillips in Ilustonville Sun
day nnd Monday.
Miss Lillian DeJanietto, of Paris,
is the guest of Misses Gertrude and
Mis Sophia Aldridge, of Parks
ville, is visitiny Mrs. II. C. Catron.
Editor Jesse M. Alverson, of the
Anderson ews, comes out strong for
Helm for Congress, ami declares
that tho "hatchet is buried" be
Norfolk Lcdger-DflpaUh: The.
Bull Mooses will be scarcer when
they read the platform the colonel
is fixing up for them.
Bristol Hernld-Courier: They
won't even let Thaw out of the nsy
I am long enough to show whether he
would kill Evelyn Nesbit or not.
Xow York World: What matters
n record wheat crop for Kansas if it
must fight until November over
whether tho credit belongs to Taft
Wnnshington Star: Boston is in
altitudinous example- of sagacious
and indefatigable superiority in
baseball as well as a top-notcher in
Honor Roll of the While
Primary Grade. Lena Arkins.
Second Grade. Dewev Spoonn
more. Thidr Grade Louis Gordon Dud
derar. Sixth Grade Linnio Rankin,
Eighth Grade Snllic Mae With-ers.
A Beautiful Decline.
(Saturday Evening Post.)
Ollie James, Congressman and
Senator-elect from Kentucky, was
in conversation the other day wit,h a
Washingtonian, when the latter made
certain inquiries with reference to
a mutual friend whom ho had not
seen for a number of yenis.
"And how does Col. Prescott
spend 1)13 dccliniug years?" he ask
ed. "Beautifully, sir; beautifully!" an
swered James, "He has a fine farm
bjt. And a string of trotters, sir.
and a barrel of whisky "sixteen years
old and a wjfe of the same nee,
CINCINNATI AND RETURN
Sunday, ausust h.
Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m.
ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS.
THE POWER OF
- A Name -
,ou can't tell a good man by his clothes.
ou can't tell a good book by the cover,
ou can't tell a good cigar by the wrapper.
Neither can you tell
GOOD CANDY By-rheBo,
But you can tell good candy by the name it bears
or what is back of the box.
Means to Candy just what Sterling means to
Silver. At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store.
We have reduced the price on all
Men's, Ladies' and Children's
Mens' $4 Oxfords now $325
Mens $3.75 Oxfords now .... $3.00
Mens' $3.50 Oxfords now .... $2.95
Mens' $3 Oxfords now $235
Ladies' $3 Oxfords now $235
Ladies' $2.50 Oxfords now $2.00
Ladies' $2 Oxfords now $1.65
Ladles' $1.50 Oxfords now $120
Plenty of time to wear them get a pair for the Fair.
W. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky
We will continue to sell all lawns
and Oxfords at Cost, strictly
Goods charged will be at regular
Hughes, Martin & Co.
UNDERTAKERS AND EM.
ALMERS. ALSO DEAL
ER IN FURNITURE, MAT.
TINQS, RUQS. THEY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK.
GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE
Fall and Winter Sultlnqs.
Mr new Fall knd Vlutcr Bamnlti r. i.
m'ljr (or your Iniiiertloo. Tfcvjr coraprlte
mc dk on in. mitgn, i rn knit mnoue
m to prlc wko htd bli clothe injJe to or
drr. A ult m.d to tour uiraimt ii prt
trail to read uad rWibn. To hart them
iuad to ucaiur. dctto't coil an mora than
rfadr made whtn nualitv and fit rnn.i.i.
trd. Coma Is and M me tak. jour wa.
U, 0. BVPIET, Zkt JVatlfcal TaUer
J. C. McClary
rtflk W I
UNDERTAKER AND BMIALMER
Office nm 7. Heme Phone 3.
S. If. H1WLAHD
TAN FOR), KY.