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JS THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1911 : I &o$ooooooa& $oa' That New Tailored Suit. ik Jl Jt th lb 4 A ill it. A (I Ht A iN iM .! III 1 IN ( lb ( I1 4. if iii ill ! ill Mi ih . if. it. .1. it. d. . d. . d. . WWVWVWlWWVWWWWWWW.VWWVWW.WWWW.!IWWyW..1IWW.. $ 0' It ss a m S go f 9m $9.50 These suits can't be duplicated as they are made from simile bolts of material and were bought cheap hence our low prices. $11.75 For an all-wool scrqe satin lined, Navy or Black, a reqular $15 value, sizes 12 years to bust 44. A serviceable suit. $16.50 For a biq line of serqe and Scotch mixtures. These are swell suits and they would look cheap at $20. Choice at $16.50. WE BELIEVE WE HAVE SOLVED THE QUESTION FOR YOU FIRST WE VISITED THE STYLE CENTER OF AMERICA AND WHAT WE SHOW YOU ARE. STYLES THAT ARE 8H0WN IN NEW YORK STORES. THEY ARE ABSOLUTELY CORRECT. SECOND LY OUR PRICES ARE LESS THAN IN THE CITIES AND LARGER TOWNS AS IT IS LESS EXPENSIVE TO SELL IN THE SMALLER TOWNS. THIS IS SO TRUE THAT OUR CUSTOMERS WHO LOOK ELSEWHERE JUST ADMIT THE SAME SUITS ARE SOLD FOR LESS MONEY AT THIS STORE. LET US PROVE THIS STATE MENT. COME IN AND LOOK. $25 and $22.50 We show a large range of exclusive styles In plain and fancy clothes In Coronation colors, They might look better if priced at $35 but they would be no better. $27.50 to $37.50 Wc saw suits like these in the New York retail stores marked $40 to $50. You can buy at home at our low prices. We are not enthusiastic about our line of suits on account of its big ness alone but the styles are choice too. Our customers who look make many favorable comments. We bcliivc you will make no mistake in looking. o o : o o o o vo oftoocj&osi oaoeaouB. wwowuuwochjo $o&oooooo0O$o$ o & o o & o o o ::: oo$$o$$$$$$$o$gi &&o&ft&&&i F . - . . .a. .a. .a. -- -a. .a. .a. .a. -a. .a. .a. .a. .a. ... .a. .a. -- .a. .- .a. . . (L. ala . aa as) aa .a .a. .a. .a. .a. .a. .a. a. a. ... ... .. .......... . .a. .a. .a. .a. .a. .a. .... ' I Q Q O Q O Q Si MOi.ZiMJWMJi$&Ki7:i: i.H.MVWUi.iUitWJii.iJM i.iiiiQi'iiWiQ'M:SQQQOOi QQQZi&i:i WOQOOQ SflayjaftftfttV-ftart SOCIAL and PERSONAL Sheriff W. I. JlcCnrty wont to Cincinnati on lmiiif! Sntunlny John Hrcalbitt, of the Statu ri- ciilturnl Department was here hint Mrs. W II. Stovnll arrived Satur cny from Cleburne, Texas to viiit Iter iwrentx, Mr. anil .Mrs. K. S. SioiitiMinor'. The Warren (irijrsb.v elinpter V. upfk en r.inln lo I.ilierlv. where lie I. C". Will tneet Willi !rx. II. .1. iirrmiRnl for a farmers' institute. .Mcltobcrt this, Tucr-ilny, iiflroooii Urban Cns, tbe popular I.. fc N. at three o'eloel;. ujft'iit nt llroilheiul wan here on it iit to bin lauj?liter, .Mrs. L. H. Hil ton liifit week. Frank l'owell W recoverinj; nicely lit his homo in the country from a Liiil attack of appendicitis. , .Mm. David DyclioiiBe hntt liei quite ill of Bright's licniic at her home on Whitley Avenue, but is con siderably improved now-. The iittle daughter of Mr. ami Jlrs. J. E. Duck, of Gilberts Creek, has been suffering from an attack of uppendiuitiii but is much better. Mis Mnry HijKiiiri has koiic to Iioek Hill, South Carolina, where shu will buvc charge of the Department of Music at Winthrop, College ili'u term. Mrs. Kiku Lee Anderson after a pleaxant vitit of two months with friend and relatives of Lincoln county, left for her home at Sanger, California Inwt week. Dr. W. Harry Hirciiis npent t-ev-cral dayn last week with his brother, Kcv. A. A. Higgiii!, at Ula-gow-. Ho leaven the last of the month for Itiehmoud, Va., where hu will locate for the praetiec of his profcFHou. Mr. K. M. Spanglcr, of JonoNville, Vn.. is a guest of his brother, Mr. (1. V. &taiigler near Crnb Orchard. Mr. and .Mrs. .1. W. Livingston, who have resided at Spokane, Wn.-h. for toinc tiny are with relatives in Lincoln eoiiiAy. Thev will again lo cate in thiN county ivbere they will be welcomed liv a host of friends. Mioses Annie. Jennie and Eveline, Understood, of Springfield, .Mo., are gtirstn of Mr and Mrs. John S. King II. L. Itogie and wife of Madi son, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John O. Ho' of Tiirncrsville. IcioirHi Howard Walker anil Hur rv Stag!.', who have been visiting the latter! mother nnd nistcrs here for the last ten days, returned to KnoYvillu Saturday. Misn Margaret Warren left Satur day for St. Augustine, Fla., wheie hbc will teach in tho school for the deaf this coining term. Clarence E. Wood-, of Itiehmoud, wan here n short timo last Friday mi route to Crab Orchard. Mrs. Joe Miller, of Covington nnd Mrs. N. Miller, oT Lnnnaster. were guets of -Mrs. !. D. Wearen here Friday. Don C. Edwards, of London, for tacr congressman from the Eleventh district, was here Iat Friday hav ing hay and feed from the J. II. itaughmau A. Co. Rev. J. T. Chasteeu has been on the sick list at his Lome inthu conn tiy for several days. Miss Jessie Cook, of Nashville, is the guest of her sister, .Mis. Oeorge It. Cooper here and other relatives in IJncoln. .Mr. W. S. Fish, of Stanford, wns here on iiisiirniue bu&ine-.s Satur day. Liberty News. Miss Edna Camnitz of Huston ville, has been the guest of her sis ter, Mrs. Walter Vnnnrsdall. on the Lexington pike. Danville Advocnte. W. II. (Free Silver) Johnson, of Wilmore, came over to hear the three guns Clark, MeCreary nnd Jume- Wednesday. Inwreiicebiirg Ni'W s. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Pyliv of Hits tonville, spent last week with Mrs. l"le's parents Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. Mreeding. Adair County News. ,Mr. nnd Mm. M. E 1'ruitt, of Huniside, were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J.E. Clnunch, Wednesday. Somer-et Times. Congressman Unrvev Helm nt teudrd the (lliamp Clark celebra tion nt Lawreiiceburg last week and introduced Ollie James when he spoke at Hrrndsburg that night. Mrs. W. J. Davis and daughter, Miss Maigaret. of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. Will Wolfolk and daughter and Mr. Will Bryant, of Lexington, hnvc been guests of Mr. H C. Snn didce and family in the West End. Misses Mnrv Hnnkiu nnd Margue rie Arnold, of Ijincaster, have enter ed Madison Institute, nt Itichmond. Miss I.enn Nnpier visited her cou sin, Mcsdamcs IiW II. Mitchell nud llussell Dyehe on her wav home to Crab Orchard from Pine ville. Lon 'on Sentinel Mr. nnd Mrs. I?ussell Dillion, of Lincoln county, were here last week visiting Col. nnd Mrs. W. IL Dillion London Kchn. Mr. nnd Mrs,. A. J. Adam drove over from Ilusfonvillo Inst Friday in Mr. Ailam' haudomo new overland car. Thev were accompanied by Mrs. J. p. K. MeKeown. of Louis ville, Hr. Ad.inis' sister nnd nlio Mis Hlnck flivens. Mr. Cla'ide Ilibl n splendid vounir man of Stanford is now emploved in the Louisville Store, and is mak ing good nf one or the beet clerks in (own, London Echo. Millinery opening Friday Sept., JOlli. You nre invited. Mist-cs Straub. Just the prettiest and most htylish Indies hats ever seen in Stanford will be shown at .Mis. Ella .May Saunders' opening Thursday after noon, Sept. U8. lower For Sulc My homo tin Main street. Possession at once. Mrs. L U. Cook. C7tf Wc hn" n bujer Tor a farm ot about 100 acres well improved nnd on pike. If you have nnything near this, lint it with us. Hughes & Mc Carty, Stanford. C2tf Phone No. 168 for fire insurance on your tobacco In barn. R. M. New land Aaent. Low Colonist rates to destinations in the west northwest and southwest via Southern railway. Tickets on 6iile daily September 15th to October nth, 11)11 inclusive. For further information, ns any agent, A. It. Cook, DPA Louisville, E. I). Strntton. DAP, Evanville, Ind. J. C. llcnm, Jr., AGPA, St. Louis, Mo. I-or Sale. My house and lot on Whitley avenue near Miller street House contains five rooms and sum tucr kitchen; running water, nnd theiu is a good cistern on the place lot is -l-lfi feet long by 7(i feet nnd lias a stable and all necessary out buildings. A bargain E. Wilkin son. Stanford. 75-3. .My oHMiing of fall and winter millinery will occur on Friday, Sept. 20. The ladies are ordially iuviUnl, Mrs. .(. C. Lynn. Books for your state and county taite nre now ready. Please cull and settle. W. L. McCarty, sheriff. Motion pictures at the opera house Friday and Saturday night. The Interior Journal and the Week ly Cincinnati Knqulrer on0 year for 1.30. Tho weekly Enquirer Is a splen did farm and family paper. . For Sine. First class ladies' bug gy horse; guaranteed for Indies. John Cook. 71-tf Nice family inaro and stanhope for tale nt bargains. Apply at this of fice 7.1-tf. For Sale. .'1-horso power gaso line engine; used less than a year and for sale only because too light, lor work required; a bargain. Ap ply nt this office. 71-tf Thrr a mor CaurrU lu this irctloa it 11)4 country tela .U olbtr iliN-vir. put tucfUirr. tail until tbe UM lew yrmn . urMwr4 to tut iiirurablr. lor a rrt"l au&r ytATt doctors pronounrcil It a loral ie&e afii pmrnlwd lural rrruitlim. sail bjr roiistantlr Islitn tn ruir 111b. local trralinrnt. pcoaounosl It Inrursbha. Sclcor has pruTru titarrti to be a cunstltuttonal dla raie. anil thrrclors rvxjulrc roastltutloluU tlratmrot. Hall a CaUtrh Cure, manufactured by K J, Oicccr i CU. Toliilo. Ohio. Is Ox Mly Ooastltutleul cure .a tti market It U taaen taumallr In ihm trum 10 drop to a teaspoonfiil. It art directly tbe btoad au4 mucous aunarcfl c. ILc )ftm lliey offer .ae hundred d'i,aie tor any rs U talla to cure. Scud 'or circulars nl te-iiiimnKta. A!Ur.ai I J ( III .U V 4 CO, Toledo. Obii HnM bT DtuilMa, He. list Hall a lamilv I1U lor cautiDaUon. The 2i)th of September is tho last day for filing merchants nnd mis cellaneous claims to bo allowed by the Fiscal Court nt its October meeting. George H. Cooper, County lcrk 72-5. The Eastern State Normal school U showing up splendidly under the vigorous and progressive leadership of President J. G. Crabbc. The en lollmcnt for the full term shows a 25 per cent increase. Lincoln coun ty nlvvuys hns u good attendance at this great institution. Stomach troubles vanish when Mi-o-nn Stomnch Tablets nre tak en. Watcr-brnsh, heaviness, sour ness and gas disnppear in a few minutes. .Guaranteed for indiges tion. Ask G. L. Penny; 50 cents.. Postiiuiritcr Floienco has installed 42 new lock boxes in the post office necessitated by the increasing busi l.ess nt the local office. WAYNESBURG. We're setting tho best meal in town for 25 cents; everything new and clenn. Come to seo us. C. L. Gover, at Horton's old stnnd. WOMAN ESCAPES OPERATION WasCured by LydiaE.Pink barn's Vegetable Compound ElwootL Ind "Your remedies have cured mo nud I havo only taken six Lotties of Lydia E. Plukhain's VegeUw biu UOIIIPOIIIHI. 1 vvns sick three months nnd coulc not walk. I suf fered nil the time. Tho doctors said I could not Rut well without nn opcra- sUTv " . "on, for I could Im'LSnairl. hiirilly stand tho 2aflaMaKasW milnS 111 I11V filllf.t. csieclally my right one, nud down my i WTHjrrr inglit, leg. 1 began to feol better wlieii I had taken only one bottlo of Compound but kept on ns I was afraid to stop too soon." .Mrs. Baiuk Ml llls, 273 X. U. St., El--svmu( Iiul. Why will women tnfco chances wltU nn openttlou or drag out n sickly, half-hearted existence, missing three fourths of tho Joy of living, when they can llud health In Lydla 11 llnkkam Vegetablti Coininnind V For thirty years It hns been tho ntaudard remedy for female, ills, and lias cured thousands of women who havo liccn troubled with such ali ments m displacements, inrlammatlon, ulceration, tlbrold tumors, irregularl Hen, iKirlodlo pains, hackacbe, Indiges tion, and nervous prostration. If you Imyo tho slightest doubt tlint Jiyilla J:. lMiikluuirn Wjic tnlilo Coiiipounil will help you. wilto to lrst. l'lnhliniu nt Lynn, TIiiss.. fin- mlitco. Vol IP letter I will ho absolutely coulldcntial. IStato linuk A Trust Cumpatn. T)to,hest and stronnest Insurance com UUd tho lulvlco Ircc. TrnW. TL F. P. No I uailles. Let him keep YOU DrotectCtl. raihord mm must bo on tho bum. SHORT LOCALS. For Sale My hoiro on East Main r-trcct. II. C. Haughman. OStf The Ladies of the Baptist MiMon- nrv Soeinty. who nr going to Dun- ille hi the hack will jilivise meet in front of the lio-t office, nt 8-10 o'. dotk Thmxluy moi'iiing Miss Dora L. Hrovvn, 42 years of nge, of Liberty died last week at St. Joseph's lnfiimnry Louisville, where hho hnd recently undergone a Mirgienl operation for cncorotis tu mor. She was iiecompnuieil to Louis ville by her brother, J. W. Hrown, .iiul Bister. Her father nlio survives her. Tho lady was taken to IIus tonvillo for interment in the family's private Imr.ving ground. For Slile. One sh.ivo of stock in State Hank & Tiust Company, of Stnnfonl; to be sold publicly next county court dav, October 0. T. A. Hient II. I). . Stnnfortl, Ho.v 81. 7u-2p. llnttvr frtun the Stanford Cream ery took second prUe nt tho stare fair. Everybody hero thinks it fihould havo had first prize The Parent Teachers' Associa tion will bo organized nt the City S.ihnol ehnpel W'edncf-dny nftcrnoon Lverv father nnd mother of t pu pil is urged to he present. For finic 2 lmro of stock m ti . i w. S. Fish rcoreseuls only the Our graded school opened August 7th, with Profs. McMullin and Wheel t'on as teachers. Am unable to give the pxne enrollment to date but will say the enrollment is larger than has been for yenis, still there are some boys 'that loaf nround the stores mid whittle on goods boxen thnt hnd better be in bchool while they have the opportunity. If the people in und around Wayne.-burg who hnve children out of school would do their duty as well as the teachers do we would still havo a better school. The district should feel proud of the teiu'hcrs, they have selected, and the trustee should use ell precaution toward the pupils, and teachers, and tec that all pupils attend and the teachers have the proper attention .of the trustees. The patrons that were so opposed to the eroded school will see the benefit of it in a short while. A little mite of tax seemed to be the elephant in the loud in the beginning. Hev. C. T. Cl.uinch filled his regu lar appointment at the Ilnptist church Saturday ami Sunday reek and Imptir.ed the two candidates Sunday afternoon that were not ready for baptism nt the close of the protracted meeting. The two boys that were taken up and' fined $KI.:i5 each for throwing rocks nt tho church dining the pro tracted meeting and were taken to .ail to pay the iiuo seemed to think they didn't have enough came home Sunday "howl owl" and seemed to think they could take the town und abuse the people as thev enuio to llitiiu. Deputy Sheriff T. S. Hey nohU took charge of them, but re leased thrni on good promises thnt thuv would gti to their homo and be have thcinsclu'B. The good peoplo ot Waynenburg will not stand for anything of the kind and tho boys need not get such stuff into their hciui. II, II. Singleton and wife uro vis iting J. II. Caldwell and other rela tives in Marathon, O. We do not notice so many tie wagons in our little town nny more, tis ii cow and cnlf for thitty dol lar. T .J. Hurleson soil his fnrn of 10 ncrcs for .1700. Viola Itcynolds daughter of (!. T. Reynolds is ill with typhoid fever. His daughter Mary died of the dis ease about one month ao. -Miss Meeciit llorton formerly of this place d:ed nt her home in Eu bank, of typhoid fever. The remains were brought to Double Spring church where the funeral services were held )v Kcv C. T. Cluunch. Af ter which t1)! rrnimiis Mere laid to lts-t in the I !-. c .l."prnigs emc tcry. M-icl. .yiiipaMly is felt for the bereaved family. Kcv. Claunch al- o prenchc the fuot-ft' of James Wilson on Sunday. Misses Cora and Eva Singleton tvlertninc ! at tli-ir home on Tues day evening in honor of a number of their friends, among whom was Miss Loin Gooch of Indianapolis, JlKI. Among those who took advantage of the excursion to Itish Uridge Sunday week were Misses Eva Gooch, I.cl.i Uo-icii .ml Maude Kig ney nnd Messrs. Ivin Hell. Oliver Singleton Wallace Svveei ty nnd Marion Caldwell. JUNCTION CITY. A house of Mr. T. E. Dean residing hero wns burned last week. The origin of the fire is unknown. Judgtt L. W. Bethuvum of Mt. Ver non was in our town Inst week. The Judge is a pleasant and affablo gen tleman. An accident occurred in our city Thursdny evening which was remark able and seemed to bo unavoidable. Sam Trainer , who runs a huckster wagon from our town over the coun try picking up produce, had his lit tle six year old boy in the wagon, with him nnd on renehing the cent" of the town the wagon came in con tact with the automobile of Mr. George McKoberts nnd tho wagon Aus near demolished, throwing Train er and the hoy out damaging both them badly, and the auto went on not much crippled but ns I under stand Mr. McKoberts got out and ex tended much sympathy nnd told Dr. Steele to give them cspecinl atten tion with tho big heart of a Ken tucky gentleman. Protracted meeting began nt tho Christian church Sunday night con ducted by the Kevs. Dwight and Joe Montgomery. We expect fini sing ing as choir practice is going on ev ery night. Come everybody and hear some good preaching. Charles Hurke, of your county ami Miss Hessie Prvwitt, of this place ran off to Knoxville to get mnrried. Catarrh Cured by The Marvel of The Century, U. C. B. Tested for 30 Years. Hawking, spitting, foul, breatk, dis charges of yellow matter permanent ly cured with pure liotanlcal Ingredi ents. To prove it wo will send you a 8AMPLE TREATMENT FREE CATAKUH 18 NOT ONLY DA.NUKK OUS but It causes ulcerations, death and decay of bones. Kilts ambition often causes Qosg) of appetite, nnd reaohes to general debility, Idiocy and insanity. It needs attention at once. Cure it by taking Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. u.) It Is a quick radical perma nent cure because It rids tbe system of the polfon germs that cause citarrb at the same time Blood Balm (B. B. B.) purifies tho blood, does away wltft overy symptom ot catarrh. B. B. B. sends a tingling flood ot warm, ncn nuro blood direct to the paralyzed uerves, and parts affected by oatari lial poison, giving warmth and Btrength Just where It Is needed, nnd In this way making a perfect lasting euro of catarrh In all Its forms, DHIK1 OlaT.S or by express, t PER LAUUK ilOTTLU. with directions for home euro. bJAMPLK SLNT KithE by writ ing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga.i Des cribe your trouble and free medical advice given. Sold by Stingf. and 'Nuff Sed" We are show ing a full line of Queen Qua lity shoes in Fall Styles, CiiiDiriiDe&'WeareD, Stanford, Ky. NEW GOODS. A Partial List of Fall Goods just Received. .IV I 'if I l'l. e i r Z3SS? tEKBW SERGES, ' ' ' I- MADRAS. OUTINGS, PICTURES. GINGHAMS, BARRETTES. . ' " ' !. BEAUTY PINS, BELT BUCKLES. SHOES Etc., Eta. Come In And Look Them Over. Hughes, Martin & Co.. a) Stanford, Ky. 9 ftHlrJjaiUIBt ata1JataXCTmyryv-wL. jtfrajrjj iKsfew iMV. t i,sW.aW-. - -J-s,- ' t--5& . j-wjsjj. cj, mt -QriAAjV St., at-t-jt . . iMlhas fy- s o 5 S t fit o to to Op. o g I assWax!sWr',TW,r?