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3 . Ah TUKBDAY, OCTOUKU 11th, 1910 THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. 35 New Arrivals Every day brings some New Goods to our store. Look to your right and left for some of the lal" est. LADIES' SWEATERS, $1.00 to $.00. GIRLS' SWEATERS, tl.00 to $2.00. BOYS' SWEATERS, r,0c to il.uo. AMERICAN LADY CGRSETS, New Stock of all blzcs Just In; $1.00 to $.00 -NEW PERSIAN SILKS for Waists $1.00 to $1.75 yard. CADET HOSIERY for Men, Women, Girls and Boys. Every parrr guaranteed. Price, all sizes, 2r,c. .&' MISS NEW YORK PETTICOATS. All prices, Satterr antf SffleV $1 to $13. They have no equal. Silks from 8.00 up; guarantee wear. NEW SCHOOL SHOES. The Kind That Wear, Look Well'. 3nl Treat Your Pocket Book Well. i ' f - ' - . There It new line of 25c box pa ler, special TIuei at penny' Dm? tore. PERSONAL NOTES Howard Camnltz Arrived borne Fri day unci Is very poorly, ' Ml Olllc C-rten, ot HlrmlnKham, Aa , I the guest tbl week ot Ml Mattie Floyd. .Mr. and Mr. Bam Hpoonamore bavi returned borne from their honeymoon pent nt Knoxvllln. Ml Mary I). Kennedy has returned from n visit to Atlanta and other points In tho south, Mr and Mr. It. O Harapto, who are spending the winter at Lebanon Junction, came up Sunday to vim the horoefolks. F ! Thompson, of Mt Vernon. w hero Saturday, the guest of hi daugh ter, Mr I. It Hughe Heprescutatlvo S M Carson of Louisville, pent severnl da here with hi cousin, W. A. Carson and other relative Miss Elizabeth Ilaughmsn vlidted the Misses Iiaughmun at Hustonvllle last week MIm Marie Mahony Is In Louisville taking a course In the missionary training sthool there, preparatory to going as a missionary. Miss Nettle Wray spent last week ben the guest of her brother H C Wray and sister, Mr I M. Hruce Mis Wray Is tavellng throuRh the south ' F.dttor Edgar 8 Albright, of the Mt. Vernon Signal, was hrre on business Monday PilWP116 IIIH' H&''SKBfSSSiHSSft, .MiWK6M-ffla.f&i. , . ,. . .OBSESS! YOU'LL find here in our store "the greatest show on earth" of good clothes: more first prize winners than anywhere else; all the high-class, thorough bred styles; and you can just as well take a first premium as n ot Hart Schaffner & Ma'rx new styles, new coloring, new all-wool fabrics, perfect tailoring; let us show you how well we can fit you in these perfect clothes Suits $17.50 ts Cummins & STANFORD, KENTUCKY. THIS STORE 18 THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER 4 SEVERANCE & SON, Mr, Tlnslcy Spoonamore, of Sinn- ford, arrived Wednesday with a view or locating here. Mr, Spoonamore Is an uncle of Mrs. .1 .1), Holdcrman, it ' of this cltySomeraot Time. Mr. and SjT. Kobert Salter havo re turned frma visit to Mr and Mra. A. W.'Carpenter near 8tanfoid, imn Vllle Me-tscngcr. Ml8')Ktherlno Wella, '.Mrs. ? Wal lace (lover, Mr. Clydo Settle and Mr. Marshall McCollum, ot Junction City attended the Hustonvlllo danro last week Mis Elizabeth Adams, of (Ireen vllle, Tex., who ha been spcnlng the summer In Hustotivllle with relatives left Monday for her home. She was accompanied by her grandmother, Mr Ulliabcth Adams, who will upend the winter there MIhs Ilesslc liaughman, of Huston vllle, U visiting her sister, Mrs. Smith Fenny in St. Joseph, Mo. Miss Cooper Feland has gone to Spartansburg, N. C, where shu will tench thlB winter She stopped over en rcuto at tho Appalachian Exposi tion at Knoxvllle Mr Zan Murphy son of Mr W. L. Murphy a handsome and popular en Mnevr on the Isthmus of Panama spent n pleasant vacation with home, lolk. After a few day In New York be will sail back to his post of duty, ftellng hnpplcr and better after see ing the dear old home Mr and Mrs Albert Florence have returned from Knoxvlllo and will go to housekeeping at onco In a cottage on Kast Main I W Hughe or Memphis, visited one of Stanford's moat charming girls hero Sunday $40. Overcoats $1 Mrs. John Lutes Is visiting In Paris. Col. C T, Ilonon ol Lebanon, as here Monday Miss Elizabeth Lutes has returned from Calgary Alto, Canada. Hon. W, J. Price of Danville, was here on business Monday. Mr. J. M. Alvcrson, of Frankort spent several days here. C. M. Spoonautore, uf MounJ Valley, Kansas, I hero visiting. 'his brother, Elijah Spoonamore and other relatives Friend of I lev. 11. U. Mahony Willi regret to learn that lnj has been un able to return to his pastorate at Allcnsvllle, being compelled to take treatment In a hospital nt Louisville. M. J. Mundy who drives tho bljr Mallett engine on the Clnclnnai Southern from Cincinnati to Oakdale, h.is been on a visit to the homelolkB. Mr and Mrs, John llurcell (f Har rodsburg spent .Sunday with "r. nnd .Mrs. Tlnslev Sp-vmaiitore, The ladles' Aid So-iety -f the ChrlsUan church will meet with Mr. John II. Foster Saturday filti-moon the 1Mb et S o'clock This Meeting Is In place of their regular uiuet'ng seheduled for Hi Slth. Handsomely ;nKrav.l inflations havo been received wxc, reading a follows, Mrs. Martha 'Jrlsnt Adiins Invites you to ie present at the marnagi) ot her daughter Frances to I)r Timothy William Fennlngton on Thursday afternoon October tho twentieth Mntteen hundred and ten at half past three o'clock Presbyterian Church Hustonvllle. Kentucky 5 to $35.00 Copyright Hart bchatfiicr te Marx Wearen, MARX CLOTHES J3Z231IIEI3lfc Stanford, Mrs. John II. Shanks has returned from a several .days' stay In Loulslllc. Mrs. Fred Oarnott has returned from a visit to Cave City. Mrs. W, A. Carson Is visiting rela tives in Lancaster. Misses Jane and Mary Tarn me spent Saturday and Sunday In Danville with friends. Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Dlngaman were guests of Mr. andMrs. H, F. Newland on Cedar Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Warren, ot Mlddlesboro are the guests of Rev, Jos. Ilallou and family. The Ladles Aid Society of the Pres byterian church will meet Friday aft ernoon at 2:30 o'clock with, Mrs. Mat tie Withers. Hev. A. A. Hlggins, of Glasgow, who Is attending the Presbyterian synod at Danville was over Monday to see his brother. Dr. W. Harry Hlggins. The ) latter leaves Friday to return to his post nt Clifton Springs, N. Y. The Woman's Improvement Club will meet on Wednesday afternoon nt 3 oclock In the lecture room of the Christian church. SHORT LOCAL NEWS Don't fall to attend the bankrupt sale of the White stock. Wedding presents at W. H, .Muel ler:. Fresh Toasted peanuts every day at T. D. New land's. Hoy wanted between ages ol 14 and 16. W H. Mueller, Found Black derby hat; sold by Cummins & Wearen. This office. Six per cent penalty goes on your city taxes Nov 1 Uetter pay up before then P. D. Carter, Collector. Lost. Pair of gold rimmed spec tacles. i2 reward for their return. Apply at thl office For Saf 'JTJVvo room cottage nnd all neces7y outbuildings; welt fented. Apply to Bud Holderman For Sale Two second hand w neons and one wheat drill. Pence Bro s 63-J Wanted to borrow I1.S00 on good security. This office. Ct-3 YOUR 1910 CITY TAXES ARE NOW DUE. ALL PARTIES OWING ME 1908 AND 1909 TAXES MUST SETTLE AT ONCE OR I WILL TAKE EXECUTION AGAINST THEM. B. D. CARTER. 63-3. Lost, ladles' coat on Lancaster pike. Iteturn to Ihls office and receive re ward, Wanted a salesman for thl and sur rounding counties with a first-class line ot furnishing good1, notions and pants. David Ades, Lexington, Ky. For Snle Brick house and two acres oi land on Somerset street; nice cottage on East Main street; house and :ii ncres on East Main and a bouse and five ncres of land on Dan ville avenue. Apply to Harvey Helm. For sale privately my home on East Main Street. Mrs. L. B. Cook, Stan lord, Kentucky. Ef tray- Large Poland China boar; home-made ring in nose. Notily M, S. Banghman Any person having old books, let tors, magazines, ledgers or papers ot any kind that they do not need, will nsslst in a good cause by donating them to the Presbyterian Aid Society. Apply to Mrs J. U. Pnxton. i'res. Ueorge Dunn the popular clerk for B W. Durham, at Junction City has been quite ill of an attack of rbeuma- tlbUl. There will be a. special meeting of tho Knights of Pythias here on next Ihursdny alght, Oct. 15 Every mem ber is urged to be present and to come on time. For your cleaning and pressing and the best laundry in town the Loxing ton laundry Tako them to Wesley Johnson. He has an expert from the city, does first class' work. Try him In tho Interior Journal building. Salesman wanted to. look afier our Interest In Lincoln and adjacent coun ties. Salary of commission Address fhe Victor Oil Company, (.itfvetr.ua, Ohio. 60 acres ot land! 'b-room boxed cot tage, good barn, blacksmith r.hop and all other necessary outbuildings, well watered and fenced close to cnurcn Stanford Heal Estate Company "I uted Hyomei faithfully for a few weeks and was entirely cured pf ca tarrh and bronchial cough ot 10 years' standing" Wni McVoy, Jackbon, Mich Breathe Hyomei and euro ta- larrn. Q U Penny guarantees it. Complete outfit II, extra bottle CO Keutucky. A big bankrupt sale of the goods ot W. W. White will start next Saturday. Everything will be old regardless of cost. Watch for big advertisement I'TIUU). The tax books of Crub Orchard grad ed school are now reaay and taxes are due. Tho penalty will go on Nov. 1. The books will always be at tb'o ; omce of the Crab Orchprd Bankln? company. Mies Onhclla Lackey. Treasurer. cos If taken patiently and persistently will relieve the most obstinate cusp ot lndlmjtlon, constipation, bad blood, V 4r matter how long stand lug. y.Sls what Holllster's Ilocky Mountain Tea will do. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets Shugars i: Tanner. 'The Honc.vmooriers ' a very ap propriate play in Stanford Just now. will conie to the opera house here on Saturday night next. It Is said to be full of laugh from beginning to ena has a number of charming musical numbers which will appeal to all lov ers of music. Don't miss it. The Stanford Band turned out and gave Mayor A. B. Florence and bride a warm and rousing welcome home wnen they returned from their honey moon spent at Knoxvllle Monday evening. Drs. J. C-. Carrenter and W. F. Hlckle will lecture at the Christian church at Hubble next Sunday after noon at 2:30 ole'ock. Five Jars of pathological specimens will be ex hibited at that time Leg Broken oiaoi&oao0o SEE OUR HEATING ETC. W. H. H ICC INS, Stanford, Kentucky. 0 0 0 f. 0 0 000000000 000000000000 0S? I L R. Hughes T. V. New Dress We are showing' a beauti ful line of New wool Goods in black and colors, in the new diagonal weaves.French. serges, stripes and Broad cloth. Also the newest and larg est assortment of trimmings we have ever shown in All overs. Braids, Persian band& and buttons. Call and see us before buying. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. I Dry Goods,", Notions, Shoes STANFORD, KENTUCKY L The many friends of Hott. b. Vf' Shewniakf r are drtighiH tfrv knoV r that he haB returned to orKaad' an will again represent tfur ti! i c. u agent there, .Mr. ShewtfAtfep retires a law ironths ago to a farrjiiMdrtr"' county mit tneiov of oloUntoln vrw U.0 strong for him and r-tt cow pellcd to leave his- rural xtreatJ- Chamberlain's Cough Ifrtaly' tia become famous or its curcs'of cougH-V"" colds, croup and Influenza? Tfy W when in need. It contaittn do'hhrcxttO substance and always gives prompt rr lief. Sold by Penny's Drug Slow ' Skin And Scalp Teov6fess Yieid to Zemoz- A CLEAN LIQUID PREPAKfcTtOK FOR EXTERNAL USET- Penny's drug store is so- confident : that ZEMO will rid the sklmonhcit;?. of Infant or grown persoio ofTptte' pies, blackheads dandrutr. ecztnax. prickly heat, rashes, hives; ly poi son or any other form or skitt' or " scalp eruption, that they will' cTt your money back If you are-sot" en tirely satisfied with the results'!- -talned from ZEMO. The first applIcaUon" wflt) xtrv ' prompt relief and show an' improve ment and Jn every Instance vrhew'" used persistently, will destroy' tS- germ life, leaving the skin in' a clear ' healthy condition. Let us show you proof or soiReTO-- markable cures made ty ZEMO &a give you a 32 page booklet haW'ta' preserve the skin. Feiny's Dmc- Store. oosci05a50wC' , w: LINE OF - ." - - . & - 8.-" sr- STOVES 55" Humble W. O. Martiv Ms. cents.