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Wo have just placed on snlo n lino of plcnted and ncconleon plcntcjl
1 shim They embrace the beet colors and lilnck and very n yvogt styles from
S 71o 5U gores A good ehtwing of rcnl hnndeomo black dross skirts Prices
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New Silk Waists
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The lino wo show of these nro made by tho beat wait makers In New
York who hake nothing but vdist3 and tho styles arc correct White and
Black JlHbutnl Silk Walitt 8108 to S350 Blnek and White Tnfleta
Wnibts 8850 to a 5
Si k for Shirtwaist Suits
tea eat ttttf
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SjieoM prices until May lEt You can have any 75o nnd 88r Tnflefa
Silk Suitings for only 09c These have hen fine selling articles and at this
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plies arc exceedingly cheap >
t SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I
SrAsrOIlU KY Aiiiu2r ltJ05I
JUSTICE to yourself and to your nhy
arch n demands the beat materials and
moat careful service in preparing hilt
prescriptions Thnt is the WRY pro
Kcriptlnna are filled at Penny I rug
Store
PERSONALS
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THOMAS H SHANKS is In Cincinnati
i MR SAM KOIIINHON spent ycHtcrdnj
in Louisville
I MILs J F HncKiui returned to Pitts
burg yesterday
11ss IKAIII ItuiiNsiDK is with Lan
tMiSS relatives
r Miss FijOKA VosGuunsioA Is with
her brother at Nlcholosville
ther PKARI Aumiwn visited Mrs
t
< J It Hasoldon in Lancaster
i 0ht J A HIGUINS of Richmond
was with Mr W H Higglna
Mil A I UNIIKRWOOP of Corbln
was here with friend Sunday
O CLARENCE HocKKit of St Louis Ii I
hero with ids mother and slater
ytss Duuf McPoitsim of Stan j
ford was in Danville t ayNowl
nnd G Ii
1 N ATTORNEYS W S BURCH
i Sautlcy went to Lexington this morn
ing
lagMisa MARIH MAHONY spent sever I
i v days In Danville with relatives last
week Miss IJU1K MOQHK of Casey wa II
Bd Will
the Urlt of her afetw Mn
t inion >
I wife of Loxlng
1 Mil En SinoiJ and
fS ton arc the guests of Mr and Mm W
T Smith
SmithMiss VIRGINIA PICKETT returned
from Shelby with her sister Mm Will
Severance
SeveranceMa T lliuzinv and wife or
v HarrodaburKt wore hero with his rely <
ttves Sunday
SlIRLTQX SAUVLirv of lxulsvllle
laiplnt Sundaywith relatives nnll
Wfrionds here
MRS c E SMITH and Mss Molllc
Fife of Richmond was hero yetor
day with relatives
MR 110 WiiAUKN HimiiKS of Stan <
v tho Gull
fOrd spent Hovoral days nt
IlDiisc Loultvlllc IoiU
AIR iL II SINOLMTON of Vnyno I
ytJlltonlaya train bound I
burg was on ye
for Fnrlston un business
4 Mu JORUII HISIIOP nnd family have
I Hustonvillo and have taken
moVed to
rooms In the Arc building
JOHN HKNRY SIIANKS and Harry
Uonney went to New Castle ycstorttuji I
to vlllit Mm H K Bourne
MR JOHN WALUACK and wife oi I
Springfield are hero nt the bedside oi
t his fattier Mr John Wallace
DRS PERCY IH3JTON of Hrodhcad
and M lennln ton of Mu Vernon I
were guests of Dr E J Drown
f MRS E T CARTER and baby have
joined tho husband and father at Evans I
vine id where he has gone in bunt
i ness MK AND MRS U C KANSOM came I
V Up from Nashville to attend the sale of
MrIUchard BIbb who Is the Inttcrs
father MRS R P STKriiBNS of Danville
who has been ill at tho home of her
daughter Mrs E L Kclnhart is im
I proving Mils A Ii UOBKRTSON of Danville
waS hero Saturday seeing about getting
e up classes in elocution physical culture
and dancing
PROK JOSKPH IREIJVNU who is nn
applicant for superintendent of the
Harrods
Graded School was hero from
burg Saturday
MRS W Loo AN WOOD has gone to
Somerset to spend a few days the
4 guest of her sister Mrs Joseph
Clnunch Advocate
T HANDSOMK Miss UKCA UAKKR of I
Campbell liagerman College Lexing
+ Saturday and Sunday with
ton spent withI
Miss Chloe Hanghmnn
MR II D CAMTHKLI formerly of
1 Crab Orchard orders his paper sent to I
Los Angeles Cal to which place he I
and his family have mov dI
MISSES LOUISK FARRIS and Anglo
Kinnaird of Lancaster were here Sun
accompanied by Messrs Shelby
day
Tribble of Jclllco and Farris of Lan
i caster MRS JONES and Mrs McKinney of
McKlnnoy are visiting Mr and Mrs
Dedmon Clevo Dunn of Hustonville
is clerking at the Newtonian Somer
set Journal
JournalMR S HocKER of Stanford
president of the Cumberland Valley
Land Company was in the city yester
day looking after the sale of about 1
BOO acres of land belonging to his com
Middlesboro News
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LOCALS
Cow peas nt W II Higgins
WK have accordion pleating don e
Severance Son
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WHITE PJymoulh Hock eggs 50c tor
15 W n McKinney
ASK those who attended last Jridny
night about David Garrick
THE U D C will meet with Mrs J
N Saunders at 230 this afternoon
IF you want the kind jewelry
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at tho right price see W II Mucllei
SHEPHERD lUIWiU givooneycar
subscription to INTERIOR JOURNAL for
a weaned pure Shepherd Dog pup This
office I
officeMu o j
MR WHI SEVERANCE hag bought or i
Mr John W Wallace his blacksmith 1
shop and will raze the building and con j
vent the space it occupies into yard
JAKES II FU > YI will bo ynrdI
the rural route from McKinney with
Frank P liobbitt substitute The
route is scheduled to commence IIIY
15
I HAVK accepted tho agency for 1
monument house and will be glad to I
figure with those thinking about buyin
a tombstone or monument J C Mt
bulngI
IIClary
IN mentioning the death of Mr Joe
F locker the london Local says
Tho writer has known Mr hacker 20
seaN as n personal friend and feels the
deepest sympathy for his bereaved lov
ed ones
MR W RICE beechen of Mr
Charles M Rice bought the Midway
Saloon fixtures and stock at the lale
Saturday afternoon for about 125 A
transfer of tho license to him was made
yesterday
yostenlaSUiIlAY r
SUNDAY wax beautiful bright Ea
ter but just a bit too cool Now dress I
us now ImU etc were much In sII
donee bearing silent testimony to the
prosperous business our milliners theI
dress makers are doing
I
t flop CHAH PALMER of Central Uni
varsity who has boon employed by the
U S government to make a report 01
tho subterranean witter supply of Ken
tucky was in the county last week in
vestigating the conditions between I
Stanford and Hall Gap
SINCE the change of schcdolc some
two weeks ago not a single Northbound
train has been on time and connection
have been knocked into a cocked hat
Leaving hero in day time it takes 16
hours to go tdDanvillc 10 miles distant
and 10 to Somerset JW miles by piki
and rail Cant some change for the
better be made
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MARRIAGE Mr II 14 Heed 01
Hunford California and Miss Molli
Mershon of this place wore married
at tho home of Rev 0 M Huey by
that gentleman Sunday evening The
groom is said to be a man of means
while the bride is a splendid young wo
man She is a daughter of the lat
Gran Mershon
MR J M JOHNSON the Waynesbui
postmaster is probably the biggest
buyer of eggs and poultry in this sec <
tlon He ships from Waynesburgncar
ly every week n carload of eggs am
chickens which he and his agents buy
in this and adjoining counties Las
week ho shipped 250 cases of eggs am
1000 chickens geese etc
MR EZItA S Goocil formerly of the
Wnyncsburg section but now a prosper
ous Somerset merchant and the only
democrat in Pulaskl county holding an
office is a candidate for police judge
and ids many friends hereabout hope IK
will win his race Ho has made n cap
ital magistrate and will make as good
if not a better police judge Any way
give him n chap co nnd well wager the
good people of tho Queen City of the
Mountains will not regret their choice
HURGLARSHurglare entered Mr S
P Grays store Satunlay night but If
they took anything away with then
that gentleman has not missed it En
trance was effected through n back
window and the chisel used in prizing
tho shutter was found to belong to J
A Allen Co whose tool house was
also entered The cash drawer in Mr
Grays store only contained a few cop
pera and tho thieves graciously left
those Mr Gray and family room over
the store but they failed to hear the
visitors
CARPETS mattings oil cloths cur i
tales shades rags Severance Son I
t Mns MALCBNA LAWSON and sons
have moved to a cottage on Whitley
Avenue I
HATTIB WITHERS an 18yearold col
ored girl died of consumption and WWl
buried yesterday
FULL line of furniture carpets drug
gets rugs laco curtains shades nnd
wall paper Tribble Pencef I
I
LET E Pence Co paint and
rubber your buggy Call and get
prices also see our new line of bud
gies
THE Christian Endeavor Social willb I
hold at the home of Dr L B Cook to
night All the young people are cor
dially invited
jTill L will run another 150
excursion over the K C to Cincinnati
CincinnatiI
depot at 5 A M
THE now 6 and lOc department at
John It Jones promises well to be the I
biggest little success ever achieved by 1
Stanford store Wo say little lo
cause this department is only one small
adjunct to their fast growing bus
ness EVERYBODY is on qui to see
canI
the Tom Thumb wedding How can
we old folks afford to miss an enter
tainment given by the little tots Child
ren two and a half and three years old
will play the principal roles Davit
Garrick will not have been in it when
the Lillie Puts put in their appear
ante
PnrrusDr Henry Pettus diet
at his home at Crab Orchard Saturdaj
morning after a protracted illness of
pneumonia aged 28 He is survived bj
a wife who was a Miss Merimee and
two bright pretty little children Dr
Pettus was a son of the late Dr J D
IottuH and was a warmhearted clever
young man Ho was a Mason and ar
Odd Fellow and his popularity with his
brothers was shown by 127 of them at
tending his funeral by Rev 0 M
Huey at the fteptt church Crab Or
chard Sunday morning Early in life
Dr Pettus professed religion and let ua
hope that ho is now basking in the sun
shine of the God Who gave him The
widow and children aged mother sis
tore and brothers have much sympathy
in their dark hour of sorrow
THE Central Kentucky Medical So
ciety convened in Waltons Open
House Thursday April 20th with the
following members present Drs J T
Wesley and J M Haney Middlcburg
Ed Alcorn and Rertie Carpenter Has
tonvillc Fnyette Dunlap J R Cowan
and Spurgeon Cheek Danville Pitman
Parskvillc J F Peyton L B Cook
H Reid and J G Carpenter Stanford
Dr Bertie Carpenter presided and Dr
J G Carpenter was appointed secrets
ry in the absence of Dr Steele Bailey
of whom it may be saidnon eat cumir t
laude et dignitato Utahe 7500 feet
above the sea reigning and resting in
the Wasatche mountains with sunshine
and Pikes Peak above him and terra
firma below The minutes were read
and adopted Dr Henry Pitman es
sayist discoursed on Etiology Pathol
ogy and treatment of rheumatism Dr
J T Wesley led in the discussion and
showed erudition logic and beautiful t
diction and proved Oslerlsm a falla
cy Drs Dunlap Cook Cheek Carpenter
and Brown debated the subject Dr Cook
presented a paper on typhoid fever Dr
Wesley discussed same from a stand
point of immunity infection and aetiol
ogy Dr J G Carpenter spoke on
the propegation of typhoid fever poi
sonand filed being the carriers of the
typhoid poison and contaminating fruits
food water milk and butter and that
all fruits should be pealed or boiled or
heated before taken into the mouth
Dr Carpenter also gave a talk on tho
early diagnosis of Hernia Minimum of
Taxis and early operation An omni
bus discussion followed endorsing tho
views presented Drs Edwin Caldwell
Alcorn and Cheek were appointed a
committee on questions and Dr Cald1
well was made chairman Scarlet fever
was chosen for discussion at next meet I
ng Dr J T Wesley of Middlcburg I
ssayist The society extended a vote
of thanks to Mr W P Walton for free
ise of the opera house and adjourned to
meet in Danville on the third Thursday
In July Profound regret was express
ed on account of the absence of Dr
Steele Bailey May he return soon C
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3KJ i
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WANTED Responsible man to han I
die brood mares on shares Miss Nanc
VanDeveer NnncyI
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SEE the nice selection of cut glass
polid sliver watches and clocks at W
II Muellers
MuellersFoR
FOR RENT Storeroom at Rowland
Ky Call on or address Mrs Mattie V
Kirby Stanford 2t
FOR RENT Five rooms over my
store Will rent very cheap if myI
once S P Gray 2t
INTERIORI
BIG CORRESPONDENT The INTERIOR
JOURNAL has secured the services ot
otI
Fred Durham of Brodhead as corre
spondent from that place As Mr DurI
ham weighs 350 pounds we feel safe In
saying that this paper now has the 1
largest news gatherer in Kentucky
SHOT IN THE FACE John Stephen
son who lives near the poorhouse in
the East End was shot in tho face by I
unknown parties Sunday night and one i
eye was put out An attempt was also I
made to burn his house A strenuous
effort will be made to find out the guilty
partyYEsTERDAY
YESTERDAY was horse slow day nt i
Lancaster and a number of fine one I
were exhibited Those from this coun
ty were Carroll Baileys Preston E II
Boazloys Dock Gray J R Beazleyi
Naboth D S Carpenters Dignity
Dare C C Carpenters Dare All All
of them were highly complimented
complimentedI
To IIE REPEATEDDavid Garricl
will be again presented to the public at
the auditorium of the Graded School
next Friday night On account of thc
inclement weather the attendance Fri
day evening was smallbut the splen
did character of the play deserves a
better audience By unanimous re
quest of those who heard the play It
will be again presented with severa
new features The popular prices an
20 Iii and 10 cents I
Tar Inl H itiw 111w K > mi of theta will
do for Iot for nl < Irtev rip to II her Inl
Jlmrlid II Kerr Cook fiirin four miles fron
Htnnfonl
DIXIE
the Itw SlHtlHiul > ony will make tin nrin
cut wnmn Hi mI liliice nnr IVytonH well
nt is to Insure a IhIII Volt He In nlxmt 11
liniiil tiluliit Iwmitlful M IOU il ony iiml II
perfect imllvMuiil din taken to lI1t1I1
iirrlilfiits hut not retiKinollilt should an
occur Murm rrd nt rentnnnlilo rate
OJIAHUB NINNKUKYTurnorBVllle
TurnorBVllle Kj
UMBRELLAS
reednd
Recovered asa repaired and made altaoi
u Fled ai new for H ticall amount I en
flx your umbrella better than the tram
repairer and for Itkt money Give me a
trial FBAJJK Axktxa Stanford
PEYTON
My HIM Jnclc IVyton tixyrnnoltl will
iniiko the prvMnt armor of lea lit my ttnhl
tat MortInml Ky nt IS to limirt n llylni
colt 11011 sroha nn Inrgeaml tite and J
std but yiiirn crop of colts ut 170 round
Kour of lili rolls Aft on my rurm whieh evil
Kiwiik for thcniHlvri und can I Fen at an
that I will ego At the Furls plaeV stand tan
tlmt Inrk I1IAOK II AWK tycnrkolcl Hirt
15Jt InclicK high He will i > rvi n llmlti
immtnrof fiords at JJtoltuurvn living colt
Money due when colt U forted Or mnr
triulc oruirt < l with Not responsible loi
nccldvntK or eMHH s
1111 KINO Morelnnd Ky
Valuable Property For Sale
Ten acres of land a two tory front 7
room cottage The boute I new A iplen
did garden and orchard Tbere Ii a large
mill on the place a good ciuiLer and the
dam la In good repair and the natural pow
er Is great economy in running the mill
Don splendid uuilnrtt Everything la to
good repair nnd baa all neceiiary outbuild
Ing The owners only reason tor telling
la the ruih of other bulnes as be ban ex
ton lve farming Interests to look after
This property It on the Ilanglrg Fork about
4 mile from Stanford and can be bought at
a bargain For further particular ad
dress S V Thurmond Lytle Ky or
L R UuRbei Stanford Ky
SI e a 1tCeaT
Undertaker Embalmer nUll
Denier in HnrneBeSaddlery I
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STANFORD KENTUCKY
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The best on earth is3 HANAN
SHOEthe acme of elegance in shoe
making All leathers all styles
shoes and oxfords black and tan
FrVE DOLLARS
Buy the Best get Hanans
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CUfiniNSMCLARYStanford
Stanford Kentucky
ff Talk to j
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Geo H Farris
About StovesAny Kind
You Need Hes Got Em
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W B McRobertsDRUGGIST
DRUGGISTI
Sells Kurfees Ready Mixed Paints Every
gallon Guaranteed There is none better
New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White
Lead and Linseed OilAlso
A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer
Residence of John Wilhite a prosperous farmer of Wayne county Mr
Wilbite owns 600 acres of farming land near the Wayne county oil field
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