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The Interiop Journal,
.i v ? VOL. XXXVII. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1910. NO. 100 I DOOMED! THE MOST RAW m BW ., , In the History of Merchandising in Stanford. Prices Have Again Been Reduc ed and There's a Reason For It, WE ARE QUITTING BUSINESS ! 22 !! I 22 22 I! ! 22 22 EVERY THING NOW GOBS 22 is AT COST. ?2 2 s Tho remnant of our 818,000 stocjc of Merchandise for Men, Women nnd Cliihlrcn thrown on th gnrdle, irrespective of former coit or value. Having decided to quit business we will liquidate i Clothing. Furnishings, Shoes, Etc.. and oll'or thii entire staple and up-to-date stock at retail at Pub! ..'v .. .v ' . , . ,' , .. i i ... .i. i. m .. ...! t;...r....i L'.. u: ic cry nrliCIO lllUSl IK) JHJUUiaieil anil (lispo'eu oi uy rcu. iu iu our preiuiH.T, omuiuiu, it.) e market re- our stock ot lie Sale. Ev- Signcd S. Goldstein. Men's Suits. A fine Suit ol IIO.MK SPUN and "Miool crash ChcvioLi, in plain and fan- cy mixed effect, nil weight, perfect fitting, guaranteed positiely worth up to 88, or your money refunded at any time during tint great public mIc 82.10 Men's Splendid Suits made up in medium and heavy weight, cotisorv ntive ctylci. oitivcly worth up to 812, or your money" refunded nt any time durinS this great public wilo 83.08 814 Suit, nil to match, 84.40. A fino suit of clothes, all to match, in Homespun and Worsted Scotch Mix tures. This suit is positively worth $14, or your money refunded nt any 1 time during thin great public talc, at 81.40 k , 810 nil Wonted Suits, 8C40. This in tho peer of nny you can seo else where at n 810 price mark. A ronr vcl of goodness; nil sizes. Don't fail to nsk for this suit. A genuine 8 1 0 valuo 8b.40 820 Men' Fine Suit, 88.08. A grand nssortment of siuglo and doulile brctulcd sack suits, black, bluu and brow u cheviot. serges, velour finish cl cassimcro, somo solid worsteds in gray nnd brown; nobby tweed mix tures iu all tho mobt desirable nud newest shades, all superbly tailored; coats French faced finished, twrfect fit guaranteed. Valuea that nro equal iivjovery rcsiwct to (suits that sell for 820. Our wlo price 88.08 Ladies' Suits. Indies Walking skirts, all such and stylo, you must ce them to re alize tho management quality, the conipleti perfection of the styles and coloring-, Skirt which you seldom have seen equaled for 85.50. Public sale price 82.20 150 splendid ultra-fahionablc skirts garments which are a revelation of tailor's skill, Panama Alpaca, Wool Munith Mixtures in all shades, worth 87; come and pick them at this great public sale; price 82.11'J Ladies' Tailur Made Coat. These beautiful spring coats arc the smart est, best fittiug coats that hnvo ever been shown in Stanford. The mate rials are excellent nud nil tho new now shades up to the minute. Every coat more than a bargain. Ladies' 812 Auto Coat, extra long, strictly hand tailored, iu black nud nud blue, some stunningly trimmed, very latest model. Positively worth 812. During this sale 83.48 Indies' length Black coats, made of latest materials aud fashions, worth up to 88; perfect flitting; don't miss this one. Public sale price 81.08 Pants. Meu'a Pants, all sizes up to 4G. Never sold for less than 81 50. Price 50c. Odds nud Kuds. Auothcr lot same as nbovo, ouly 1cttcr, worth 82 ...70c Men's guaranteed nil wool pants, or another pair wortk 82.50 to 83; while they last 81.40 This Spring's shipment in Men's Fine Pants, worth up to 84. Odds nnd ends sale price 81.70 Underwear. Men's Sanitary Fleeced Underwear positively worth 50e; while it lasts the garment 10c Same as above, only 75c grade 37c Children's Jersey ribbed Under wear, sanitary fleeced uuderwenr, positively worth 50c 10c Men's Pants 50c, 70c, 81.40, 81.70 Men's Underwear 10 to 37c. Ladies' Underwear 10 to 37c. Hats, 80c, 81.20, 81.30. Now is The Time To Buy. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD,- KENTUCKY. Shoe Department. Ladies' calf and vici kid shoes. Cu ban heels, selected from Hue where there were only a few left, latest styles, worth 82.50 to 83, at.. ..81. 40 Ladies' Shoes, latest styles only, in dress shoes, nil sizes up to 7, nil 83. 50 to 8 1 values, public sale price 81.08 150 pairs nicu's stylish lace shoes or oxfords in patent, kid and vici, ac tually and positively worth worth S3, public sale price 08c. Men's line dress shoes, lace or ox ford made from patent colt, famous 83.50 and 84 brands, nil tho latest styles, every pair guaranteed, our public salo price 81.08 tz ? H9-vwwwrwwmw&mwww"wwwwwwm mmmvmmm mm ww fiffff4f i 'I ; I li lt n ?? Express Charges Paid on all Mail Orders of $10. Railroad fare paid to all out-of-town purchas ers of $25 or more. OUR GUARANTEE. Wo assure each aud every purchaser nbooluto satisfaction, we guarantee each nud ovcrv nnd wo do hereby ngreo to exchango or refund the money on every purchase, if so desired marked in plain figures. One prieo to all. Nothing oxecptcd. Entire stock must bo liquii stntemeut hero made. Every garment is idatcd. S. Goldstein, Stanford. Kcd and Hluo Signs will Guide You to tho Right Place. HUSTONVILLE. Rev. W. S. Willis and wife visited friends in Lexington and Shelbyville this week. Spring plowing is being pushed with vigor and a decided incrcaso in tobacco acreage is assured. Lair's bloodhounds returned from a long trail near Columbia, with fresh laurels and satisfaction to their caller. rurther particulars later. Miss Gconrle Newburn arrived home last week for a few weeks' vacation from her arduous duties and is being given the glad hand by her numerous mends. D. S. Carpenter, who has been sick with double pneumonia, is much better. ur. u a. Williams ana no warn uam- nitz will return from Pittsburg, Pa., Tuesday. RifTe & Tucker, while buiing cattlo and hogs, are buying many thousands of pounds of woof, for which they are paying 30c and the rise from now on to snipping time. Gustie Reyburn and wife, living near Kidd's Store, awoke Wednesday morn ing about 1 o'clock to find their infant dad. Tho child was apparently well when put to bed. Cleve Dunn had charge of the blood hounds trailing the Cam Goooh murder ers The trail led to Durham's store at Jumbo and was followed back with out a bobble, telling the facts conclu sively. Tho Brown Comedy Co.. a strictly high cluss combination of entertai ners, will hold the boards at Alcorn's Opera House on Monday, Tuesday and Wed nesday nights next at popular prices. An entire change of program each evening. The meeting of tho ladies of the C. W. D. M at Mrs. John Allen's Thurs day was very Interesting to the targe number oi memoers present, airs w. It. Williams was leader for tho exercis es and n most excellent program had been arranged, but illness prevented her attending, and sho secured Mrs. McCormack to act for her. and the thanks of tho society is tendered for her able and efficient work. Tho attempt of tho Hustonville Tele phone Co. to raise the rate for resi dence phones from Si 25 to si. 50 or SI 75 per montb. has not only raised a storm of indignation throughout the community, but has caused a large number of subscribers to order their phonea taken out, and the list is still growing. Later. It has been decided to let tho residence phones remain at f 1 25 and business phones will be $1.75. Last Saturday at a country store. the proprietor and a customer being slightly enthused, clashed. A gun play was Introduced nut resulted in no harm because of unsteady aim, and was soon suppressed by friends. One of the bel ligerants adjourned home and assaulted his wifo's nonogenarian father. The patriarch was drowsily hovering over a firo when his attention was attracted to the rear just in time to snatch a poker and fell the-frenzied son in-law, before he could strike with an uplifted chair. The old man, 93 years of age, fled to a neighbor's and la still araid to return home. .1 Sale Closes .the Moment Every Article is Sold, or not La ter tnan Feb. 19th. If you can not leave your family To the polar wastes to go You at least can be a hero When Its time to shovel snow. It's a wife uestion hard for Ide these nights. ibi i a que to dec IUI a farmer s Shall she sleep wiu ber Bead oa ber purse or an Richmond Normal School. On January 24 quite a number of Lin coln county delegates boarded the train at Stanford fur tho E K. N. S. Tho rest of the passengerers faded into in significance beforo the crowd whose cry was "On to Richmond!" Upon our arrival we were met by Prof. Boothe, a member of the faculty. We found the school building all that could be ex acted, but in order to get to Sullivan IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. V. M Staples, a prominent citizen of Columbia, 13 dead. Woodson Arnold, a prominent stock man of Boyle, is dead. Squire George S. Gaines, aged 72, is dead In Anderson county. Near Lawrenceburg John T. MofTett accidentally shot and killed himself. Dunn & Adams, the Danville real . Hall we had to be transported in mud.tate men, have dissolved partnership, "weweremetby a warm reception th-'hte?' ?y!2rs:.0",? 'of from both faculty and students The two halls and several cottages are full to overflowing with young women, while the young men very generously gave Memorial Hall to the young wo men and sought boarding places in the town. We are delighted both with our courses of study and especially the board. We were honored on the 5th inst. by a visit from a number of the members of tho Board of Regents nnd of the State Legislative committee. Dinner was served to them in Sullivan Hall, after which the meeting was held in the chapel. The object of their meeting was to investigate the needs of the school. They seemed to be very forcibly im pressed with the special need of a boys dormitory and walks on the campus If the Legislators will vote as they left the Impression with us that they would, we feel that the school will get the much needed appropriation We have no doubt but that our own Senator and Representative will do all in their pow er for the passage of the bill. With best wishes for Lincoln county friends and tho I. J , Lincoln County Girls, E K. N S. HIGHLAND. J. M. Bastin has sold his 20-acro farm near Greasy Ridge to a Mr. Skel ton from Henry county. O. G. Speak is moving his sawmill from near Eubanks to Jarret Berry's near Hall's Gap. Adams & Hyatt have begun sawing since the cold weather has broken. Rev. J. M. Cook bought a cow from A. C. James for $32 50. H. C. Brown. of Mercer, and A. C. James, of this place, aro buying nil tho hogs they can find in this section. Born, to tho wife of David Goodpaa ter, a girl. Mrs Alonzo Skidmore has been quite sick for some time. Mrs, C. M. Young is somewhat, improved, Arch Batin has two very sick children, Moving time is here again. Mrs. Liz zie Bastin has moved to the Cogle prop ery, S. S Uastin to the place sho va cated, and Delmar Adams to the home Mr. Bastin left. Michael Floyd has moved Into a house on Tom Baueh man's place and Andy Gesler into the house Floyd left. Mr. and Mrs James have returned from an extended visit to Mercer county relatives and friends. Mrs Patrick A. Moran, of Danville, was here to visit her parents. David Elder, of near Bee Lick, was Jiero visit ing his daughter, Mrs N. L. Wright. His grandson, Essie Wright, went homo with him. Mace Goodpaster, of Lex ington, spent several days with David Young. Rev. Coker and wife and Har vey Jenkins were guests of Wm. Jenkins. Representative Macon, of attacked the immigration Arkansas. Commission vigorously in the House that the members of the and charged commission me nest Known farmers nt Ma.lienn county, is dead. He was sheriff of the county one or more terms. A delegation of citizens frnm Rnm.r. set went to Frankfort to protest againsc mu paa3uKu oi me oiu providing for a new county composed of portions of f uiaski, Whitley and Wayne. D. C. and C. J. Sinnln urn hnlMin! a foundation for a warehouse 30x70 feet. In the basement of this building they will have an up-to datedairy and during the summer thev will mnniifn.-tm-Q i cream for the wholesale trade. London uemocrac. An unexplained explosion in Mine No. Of the Stearns Coal Hn WnrlnoaHav caused by what is known aa a "windy shot, killed . six men outricht. The ie,ad' a'l white, are: A. U Thrasher, Edward Thrasher. G W. King, Rich'd Grundy, Fred Compton. Eleven bodies hav haen ro-nunrsH from the Jefferson and Clearfield Coal and Iron Company mine at Ernest, Pa., where a terrific explosion occurred. The explosion, the officials say, occur- l me most remote entrance, and all the men in other headings made heir escape before the fire reached them. MATRIMONIAL. Miss Nancy marriage at n Dr. Geo. S. Brock and t- touts were united in London. Miss Nannie Rogers and Robert Pow ell, both of Lancaster, were married Tuesday. Lee Young, of Danville, and Miss Bertha Bodner, of Junction City, were married at Danville Wednesday. John L. Sullivan, tho erstwhile pugi list, was married again this week, this time to Miss Mary Martnett in Rox bury, Mass. Mr. E. C. Walton has sold the Stan ford, Ky,, Intemor Journal, with which he has been connected 30 years, and of which he has been editor and owner for the past 10 years, to Sheltoa M. Saufley, a capable young newspaper man. Ed will feel like a fish out of water when not taking in ducats for his "Cheapest and Best." Ashland, Va Herald. mm 1 Sensation followed sensation In the inquest at Independence, Mo., into tbd death of Col, Thomas M. Swope. A few days before Col, Swope died, Dr. B C. Hyde asked the millionaire's nurse to trv to Persuade the natient to name him (Hyde) as one of his execu tors, according to the testimony given by Miss Pearl Kellar, the nurse. Tenderfoot fairhast) You're nnt lynching that man? Arizona Ike Well er we don't re. fertoitin that unrefined way. We call it showing him the ropes. Lvman Bolton murdered hU fatW. in-law and mother-in-law, seriously wounded his wife and committed sui t I I'l Ml M hi Jll ni 4 r, M 4 i n cide at Suabury, O. &imkmi IT r IK ilMttl M It' Jj4.au., ,. - ii -L TI HWP Barry CitiMa. bad beaa grossly extravagant.