OCR Interpretation


The interior journal. (Stanford, Ky.) 1905-1910, October 03, 1905, Image 3

Image and text provided by University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85052021/1905-10-03/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

K Y
l
Ir
t1t Serges t1t
Thin very serviceable material is much in demand this Pall Wo aro
showing Surnh Serge nt fOc l8 inch Clay Serge nl 81 and 12iiich Mohair
Serge at 81
HENIUKTTAS Thin new hut old good id used by tlio fashionable
dressers Wo have tho 40inch at 50c 40inch Bilk finish at 81 41inch
Bilk wnrp at 8125
r PINO Cm PIJhil is it bwuttiiul weave for mourning It iw 40inch
and cost 81
PANAMA CLOTH Thic good teems declined to boas popular for
Full in it yn in Ih Spring Soo the Q5i mid < M gritd
Black Dress Goods
A womnn is more particular about tho black in tho selection of a black
dregs than anything else This is ns it should be as a good nmterinl dyed a
I good block will always give you value received in service Wo wo great
can in tho selection of our Ktock of black good and only such materials ns
oru fashionable and serviceable are recommended byU If you contem
plate buying n black dress or skirt look over this list Come and let us
hnw yon the goof Ulacke nre a strong favorite this season
e Prunella Cloth a l
For real service there is nothing like 1runulln 40 inch wide cdst 75c and
81 Ili inch wide cost 8150
CHEVIOT The biggest thing for the money is a 42inah Cheviot Serge
nt SOc
SOcMOILIIRSAre
MOHAIRS Arc stilt in great demand at fiOc 7Co and SI per yard
UKOADOLOTIIS Are first choice with stylish dresser We swear by
our two lenders at 81 and 8150
It SEVERANCE car SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I
STANFOIID KY 01 90ij
WK have a new stock of box paper
that will interest you New shapes nne
qualities Pennys Drop Store
PERSONALS
Dn JOHN MOHOAN SIMS is hero from
Colllnsvllle 111
Miss ELLA MAY SAUNTERS U vlsWng
London relatives
MRS ANNII HOITZCLAW Is clerklw
In John P Jones store
Miss SARA CURTIS of Huston villc
Is vlsltlni friends hero
MB IL D McCLUitB has joined his
wife at Mr 1 N Cashs
MKS A S THOMPSON of Lexington
U here with the homcfolks
r Mn WADE BROWN of Rockcastle
has been with friends here
I HUBERT CAUIENTEK has enterct
State College Rt Lexington
S Miss NOKA FRANCIS of Richmond
is with Mrs J F Cummins
Miss MARY HACKLEY has returned to
the Cincinnati College of Art
HON G A LACKEY left yesterda
for SU Louis to visit his sons 4
Miss CATHKRINB ALCOKN of Huston
t virile la III with typhoid fever
MRS KATE MILJER ls visiting MI
Gallic Horton In the East End
MR CEO L PENNY has bcon quite
sick for several days but is Improving
MR SAM W MENEFEE of Danville
spent Sunday with the homefolks here
MRS BEN SPALDING of Lebanon
spent several days with her father
Col T P11111
r DR W HARRY HIGGiNS left yesterday
for Johns Hopkins University to com
plcto his studies
Miss ANNIE TRAUD of the Ottcnhcln
section left yesterday for Pennsylvania
to visit relatives
Dit J K PENNINUTON of Huston
vllle took Sundays train for London to
visit his brothers
of Lan
MR AND MRS J E NEVIUB
caster spent Sunday with his mother
Mrs Mattlc Nevlus
W II BRADY Is in Louisville with a
p
sick sister and W A Carson Is run
ning his store for him
Miss POLLY DUANUTKAYLOR returned
yesterday from a visit to Mrs A B
Robertson of Danville
Mn ERNEST WARHKN and wife or
MIddlesboro are with her parents Eld
and Mrs Joseph Ballou
Mn C V GENTRY left Sunday foi
Independence Mo In answer to a tele
cram telling of tho dangerous Illness or
I his brother Mr H H Gentry
MRS II D McCLURB and baby am
mother Mrs W T Dodd of Downs
N Crulh
James
visiting Mrs
1r 111 aro
and other relatives in the TurnersvilU
section FRIENDS hereof George D Weather
ford of Hustonville and they are le
gion aro dcllghtrd to know that he has
sufficiently recovered from a seven
spell to be out again
MR C E TATS Is representing Dia
dem lodge No 81 Knights of Pythias
at tho Grand Lodge meeting at Hop
kfnsvillc Mrs Tate and William arc
spending the time heis absent In Lou <
Isville DR AND Mns U L DAVISON have
named their twin boys George Mosbji
and Robert King Tho first named for
their uncle George M Davison and
the latter for tho father and an undo
lion Ben 11 King
MR IRA G TAYLOR who for tho last
18 years has been traveling for tho dry
goods firm of John Shilito of Cincinna
ti has resigned and will bo with the
firm of Ely Walker of St Louis in
tho future Advocate
THE Misses Warren have moved into
I a the pretty cottagn of Mr Will Sever
ance on West Main Street B D Car
> ter and family will occupy the cottaKe
they vacated and S Goldstein and
family will live in the house Mr Car
ter moved from
Now that Mr S W Givens Is out of
Jrtho wear and tear incidental to running
paying basis
the Prico Livery Co on n
his many friends trust that he will ex
n return to his usual health
perlenco A and
This week tho families of A
Ernest Warren moved into the quarters
Mr and Mrs
1In Tho Carlton vacated by
Ingles Mlddlcsborb News
LOCALS
REGISTER today
SEE our line of heating stoves
George 11 Farris
PufcbB waist In Wool Silk and
MercirU L Severance L Sons
0 1 I W 1 f
I KKGISTEK today
IEVlmy
EVKKY kind every price everybody
I underwear at Severance Sons
Fon RENT VanDevccr house will
I garden barn and lot Somerset Street
Nancy VanDeveer
I Arruii due deliberation W H Muel
ler has come to tho conclusion not to re
move but to stay in Stanford
e
TUB ladles of tho Presbyterian church
will have their Bazaar and Exchange
as previously arranged on Dee 8th and
9th MRS J B JONUS seed her farm
In the East End recently advertised In
this paper to Cal B Nevius of Lan
caster
FOR KENT Residence occupied by
Mrs Walter Warren on West Mai
Street Possession Jan 1 Marl
Hardln COAL fill your coal house
with good coal while the weather III
favorable Quality and prices to suit
everybody J II Baughman Co
DoNt fall to register at your votln
precinct today Should you not reglstc
you will not be permitted to vote Nov
7 Register early register certain and
register democrat to
40
AT tho reunion near Kingitvillc Jack
Harris and Robert Dishon engaged in a
little shooting bee in which both were
slightly wounded We were unable to
learn what caused tho trouble
WON SECOND MONEYMrs Lucy
St Clair aged nearly 73 won second
premium on her hand and machine sew
ing at tho Lexington State Fair There
wero n large number of entries
e
1 WILL sell at public auction on court
day Oct 9th tho two brick store room
on Main Street Stanford occupied bj
J W Pcrrln and Cummins Mc <
Clary Terms made known on day or
sale J S Owslcy Sr Stanford
JOHN W BUTCHER a wellknown
Crab Orchard Negro died Sunday He
mado whisky at J Wl James distillery
for many yean and was an expert at
the business Butcher was an exceed
ingly polite and Well behaved darkey
WK commence today n great laugh
ter sale of our entire stock of merchan
use See our add in this issue and it
will explain all Tho opportunity is
now yours to lay In your winter supply
at a very great saving John P
Jones
THE nominee of r t republicans for
Senator in tho Stanford district Mr
Gco R Davis declines the empty
honor and Mr R L Hubble theI
Democratic nominee will doubtless bo
accorded a walkover Hubble is n
good man and will make an attentive
and useful member of tho Senate
Frankfort Journal
TUDOR Mrs Jane Tudor mother of
D B Tudor died at the homo of her
son J E Tudor in Madison county
where she had gono on a visit She was
70 years old and n consistent member
of tho Baptist church Her husband
Mr J M Tudor preceded her to the
grave about four years She is surviv
ed by four daughters and the two sons
mentioned above The burial occurr d
In tho Lancaster cemetery e
FRANK CHAPMAN a white youth of
about 20 who got away from thcguard
R R Gentry while ho was working on
the rock pile in June is again in jail
Ho was serving out a six months fine
when ho made his escape Jailer Her
rin heard of his whereabouts and was
making arrangements to go after wasI
when Chapman became alarmed and I
gave himself up Our splendid jailer is
a terror to evil doers after they are
turned over to him If they do not de
port themselves as they should
TUB following delegates from this
county havo been chosen to attend the
fourth State Development Convention
at Louisville Oct 10 11 12 J N
Sounders C E Tate H J McRob i
crta G L Penny J F Cummins W
B McKinney Judge J P Bailey E C
Walton J M Alverson R L Hubble
J H Baughman W H Shanks T A
Rico Joe S Rice Wm Bright W H
Taylor H P Hawkins C M Jones
Wm Fields J M Ware C W Lovell
J W Powell J N Carter John S i
Murphy Hall Anderson Sidney Dun
bar J W Guest W G Cowan L G
Goocti I
oochr
REGISTER today
InEmSTER
SCHOOL shoes and rubbws at Sever
once Sons
THE late novelties in Fall Millinery
at Misses Straubs
FOR RENT Nice cottage In Stan
ford J C McClary
BEST yard wide Moire Velour or Taf
feta Silk in the country for 1 at Sev
urancc Sons
LOST black bngchain handle
containing gold frame spectacles nnd
small amount of money Mm E L
Reinhcart
e
LOT of pure bred Sllvcrfaco Wynn
dotto roosters for sale and good hemp
hempI
I
MILLINERY OPENING The ladies nre
Invited to call and sec our pattern hats
that we will display Thursday Oct 5
Misses VanDeveer
IP your farm is for sale list it will
the Boner Real Estate Co Somerset
Ky Wo are In touch with the Wane
and Pulaski county buyers
e
HELDW H Ward was held in f2
COO ball to the November grand jury to
answer for the killing of Henry Pa
terson He gave the bond
TilE republicans we are told will
hold another convention and nominate
some more candidates for county office
to be defeated in November
FIVE rolls of wall paper
new styles and designs twodozen
Axminitcr Tapestry and Ingrain Drug
gets special prices on all Tribble
Pence
All applicants for membership in
Modern Brotherhood of America are re
quested to meet with the commando
Friday night Oct 6 715 oclock
Class Initiation Mrs Bessie McKinney
Deputy
r
THE examining trial of R E Lee
Sims for tho killing of John R Farris
set for Friday was continued until
Thursday next on account of the at
torneys for the defendant being busy
with other cases
WE will place on sale for Friday Oct
Gth three dozen Black Sunburst Petti
coats 19ln Accordion pleated kne
rufllo 40 to 44 length would be cheap
125 our price for that day is only 98c
No mall or telephone orders filled Sev <
erancc Sons
PUBLIC SALE will sell at publi
auction on Wednesday Oct 11 a lot of
household and kitchen furniture fann
ing Implements buggy and harness
cow and calf poultry etc Will also
rent homo place of 30 acres Mrs
Monroe Curtis
r
ATTENTION is called the advertise
ment of J H Hutchings executor or
I George W Evans The sale will occur
at the late residence near Crab Orchard
Thursday October fith The splendid
bluegrass farm of 400 acres will be sol
in three parcels and afterwards as a
whole the best bids to take precedence
I HAVE just opened up in front o
le court house next door to W B
IcRobcrts Drug Store a stock of
roceriea etc Every thing bran new
just bought in tho markets and its the
right stuff Will add to my stock every
week until complete I will appreciate
your trade so ploasa call for you can
buy them right T D Newland
e
IN a fight near Green Briar Springs
Villiam and Faulkner Kennedy
robably fatally wounded n German
lamed Shupe It is claimed that tho
elder Kennedy shot Shupo in tho leg
md that Faulkner Kennedy struck
him over the head with a gun There
arc conflicting reports as to the cause of
the trouble The Kennedys surrender
cd to Marshal J G Riddle of Crab Or
char J
THE Cicero of The Mountains lion
bntaine Fox Babbitt writes I will
peak at Stanford county court day i
BII1lion
lion Dollar Congress A Million Dollar
Capitol Taxes Confiscation Schools I
Tho great Damage tho six Governor
s have done by the Wholesale Par
sing Power Crime Is running riot all
over tho State of Kentucky the whole
country especially in Lincoln county
and the republicans of Garrard county
in convention gave Roosevelt full cred
it for Japan whipping the peace out of
tussia tt
f
y
WL
I i REGISTER today I
A GOOD rain fell yesterday and k i
night I
LOST diamond ring Liberal reward
This office
CALL and see our Aluminum display
W H Higglns r I
OPENING display of pattern hats
Thursday Oct Gth Ladies are hatsJ
ly invited Misses Straubs I
I NEW in Panama Serge I
Herringbone Cheviot and Broadcloth i
etc at 53 to 10 Severance Sons 1
PUBLIC SALE I
e
I will M > 11 lit public auction lit my place t
inllf Went ol HuMcmvllle on the lilac
ptktonTuMUAYOJTOne11SRiits
TUKHIlA Y OCTOBKU 3ni 1MB
Tlie following ilitcrltirtl property Koui
ycnrllni IIOFM v6lt 1 yearling inulv cult 1
iiicklltiK mill colU a MicklliiK home colts 7
broke mlllt to < ycnrit oldlI hrcxxl miimi
finr
nil hnrlatrnuel5 Jersey cows 3U Mionti
and brood saws good fiimlly horse lot or
baled fury 17 acre of corn In shock 6 licrei
of torKlintii lot of stetted oats McCoriiiucli
I hlndrt McCormiuk mower I Dlxc linr <
row tuwuhing harrow MIIIIIrlor IIhc lIrlll
rOIlIIoOlhllllC lllverUhtlledtensing pluw
IIouhlo shavI plows two Old Hickory ViiK
011111 very little low wheel farm wagon
J Arts yen ohi hllrlllu ouverul eels plow grnr
I Mtdotiiilf iiiKKyliHrnvMlM > tii liiKl < il > iiK >
tsy hurixM onerulilxrtlretl carriage good
HX new 1 buggy pole 1 Krnxlir cart corn
ohlIt lhorolJ IKlwr ltll cutler I hick
fled cutter 1 gram Mjwer 1 2horm > corn I
1llIlItr pevn 1011111 1Btlck entll
IiinnlnK Implement fat of mlxeit lumlwr
Term nniiU known on iluy of wilt
Halo begin at 10 oclock A M
II O HAUOIIMANHuntfinvllle
Huntfinvllle Ky
T n English Auctioneer
PUBLIC SALE
As mlnilnUtrntor of the vuliilo of Mrs
IliiptN June Tudor decd I will offer for
Mile to the hlgheiit and bent bidder the fol
lowing df crll > ed property on
KATUKIAYOOT7TH
A certain tract of land lit known u s tho
Media ry farm containing about flu acres
Hunted In Lincoln county and liorderlng
on lOx Hirer Maid farm idsn ltuated al > oul
midway Iwtween I < nntti tcr and Htanford
nbout Ii tuneM from either placo Mall tract
of land In very fertltrIn n high itato of cut
tivation and excellent In very way for far
mlnit purpownpill bottom land Well wn
lend and fenced good house barn and all
necvmary outbuilding Any OUR ileMrlng
to I eti uild Mirm can cull on u II Tudor who
milieu on till place I will also offer for
role lit tho slung time and place the follow
lug property thoroughbred Holstelncow
und calf 1 good Jeriey cow and colt Y year
hug IIr 1I flit hugs 1 lull bred Ilerkihln
ow and plus I JUKI will IK i > old on the fol
lowing ternm Half of tin purchnic money
due luivablo arc 31 1WA Imlance on IS
montliiittnie Ilirclnmer will Iw niiulnd
to execute note with approved kecurlty
Ixarlng it legal Interent from Jan 1 11M5
IIcii rftnlniil on land until all of purclniM >
money U NII Ternui for Mile of stock Hindu
known on tiny of ale W I HAKinx Admr
PUBLIC SALE I
I will lit my placo of rrddenco on the Kail
Mck < k Dripping Hnrlngii Turnpike 1 mile
host of 1riBCheriivllle nix miles trolls Oral
llrcluinl and I mctuter and eight mule
roar Mtnnfardun
MtnnfardunTll
TIJ1tHRUA Y lOTJII t8
ell to the hlitlnkt and ht bidder my farm
containing Its IICIVK of first chiss land W
acnaof It lulng now In hemp Also at the
Mimo time and place I will sell all of my
hor e mule cattle fat hog lncludhtg one
luilr of tlitt best work hon e In Inrrard
county also an extra good imlrof nurles0
ether with fnrmliiK lmplement con + lstliiK
of one new hickory wagon never nwd a lot
hllkorlWIIIOIi
of hemp iMlmrnUof good corn and many
oilier things too miiiKTons to mention
TKKMM JK HAfK Tho real estate will
lit sold fur Ul1thlf1 cash bnliince In one
twoaiul three yearn time with Intirent on
deferred payment until wild with leis rv
iii nut to wcure their payment The tier
OMII property will Iw noli iu follow Vii
der rJUciiKh In hiind over that amount a
eirdlt of U monthii will IM given with Inter
ent until imld For all ileferntl paymenU
note with good recurlty will l1 riiiulreil
iKiynbloiit the Crab Orchard Hiinkliig Co
Isis Uo splendid opmirtunlty to secure n
welllmiirovwl II rt c sins home It will IH
std without nMrvwunil no byblddlni will
lit iiermltted I hurt concluded to go West
and for that rouon am having thin Mile
W II HKNNKTT
Irtnchcrt vllle Ky
Col J r0hnndlur Atict
PUBLICSALE
PUBLIC SALE
of land tock and crop
Having determined to go Went I wit on
HATUIIDAY OCT as iwe
niHe West of Crnb Orchard
lit my farm sill1cst
011 the county road leading from drab Orch
rdto May wowl commencing prompt v at
th hour of 10 oclock 11111 the follow
dekcrlUd property My farm of i0ncres
Inlt
mire or lens linn two good dwelljngn and
wells and full
hive never list ltug one never
xprlug dart of farm IN letliir Cmk
IIIIt Ktto IIH worth 110 user acre anti Joint the
niiiU of Dr John 11 hnly nd George
lolmesiindUon nuns Itoute Jfo 1 The
fenci iiiunt of It wire
arm II under 1l111
IthdweIIingi have Mver fallliiK wells In
ml Thin fiirm lusts a No I grist mill on It
jJhorM ixjwercaimclty and aw hils helM IMT
lav lloitmllUeat In tho county My farm
IIn fl mill will behold together fits farm If
will U sold publicly
tot hold privately saldlahllely
fFHII4ln rIIItlltl 4 ciwli rimiilndir
with equal Inotl1
none is sal two yearn
HeiilK biiirliiB dlllr lIIt tntertnt and lelu
Italned on farm for remainder of purchiiM
I Il1 lvTonal horse Hyeariold coiinlnlii two of good one good milk
mi two buggies and harness 1 wagon and
UWH
I good hojjn Mi chickens 15 IIOl l
itids1ieex plows 1 good
itiiii 1 lie lot of plowM and gear
cook stowllnrru nlr tight heater I wcKd
tail 1 null
I folding
Iurgau1
or furniture l i chalrn and two rocker I
I sewing
lh I lirtissels carpet l rug carpet
IChihte I swing lot of rorfund tiny 111011l
IIIlIchlnt ne and eveornlor about ro huItl
11
of of d shoe clock IInlllnro 1 vtot lot canned rlfie fruit all land
nnny other thIng too numerou to Mien
rSrint on pemonnl prolJlrty made known
lunmonpereonalproprtYddny
WHITT
UOtH
day of saleLOatg
Ool J P handler Auct
fOur New Suits for Fall
I
Stand out from other makes like a
superbly clad man among the com
monplace Until you have seen them
or better yet enjoyed the luxury of
wearing one of these new models
you can not realize the tremendous
progress made in the manufacture of
our suits in a single season j
Men who heretofore have worn the j
quiet commonplace suits but always 1
with a regretful sigh for the more
fashionable styles will be glad to find
that our suits the smart style arid j
I
CUnniNS MCLARY j
Stanford Kentucky 1
Great ClosiIig Out Sale
We have rented u business house now Hearing completion in Corbin Ky
t
which we expect to occupy at an early date Rather than move anystock
from this place we have decided to close our Entire Line of Merchandise at
a Kicrillco This stock consists of not only the Cream of Dry Goods such as
Silks Satins Fine Woolens Waiting Fine Table Dnnmske Underwear
Hosiery Outings Etc Etc but nlo contains the largest assortment of
luuidpaintcd Jnpancse China and llrica brae Novelties ever shown in this
section We anticipated heavy Holiday Trade and bought very largely of
this line These goods have just arrived fresh from Japan and will go 011 sale
at once In addition to the above we have n oc and lOc department that is
now loaded with good useful money savers Thin will be our last opportu
nity to supply the wants of our friends and customers and we deem it neces
sary to further remind you of the character merchandise you now havo an
opportunity to purchase at sacrifice
Owing to tho short stayire have in your midst wo are compelled to maka
this Strictly A Spot Cash Sale to One and All nnd we ask those who have
already mado little tickets to please settle
Stanford Ky Oct 8 1005
JOHN P JONES g
M
DANVILLE SHOE STORE
Woodson Sallee Successors to Cald
well Lanler
DANVILLE KENTUCKYw
FALL IS ON US I We are ready with the goods I Snappy gtulf for
Men Women end Children Our school shoos cant bo beat Edelens
Level Ikst and Honest Mike need no introduction SPLENDID
LINE TRUNKS DRESS SUIT CASES ETC Everything in Gents
Furnishings Make our store headquarters jvben in Danville
George P Crow Salesman
slF
I
iA

xml | txt