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TUESDAY JUNK I tit,
THE INTEIUOR IOUIINAI..
Men's Tan Low Shoes.
In Correct Styles nnd Best Quality. Kcgulnr $3.00 Shoes nt $1.95.
Men's Patent Low Shoes.
In Hiiih Grade Goods sold nt $ I nnd 95.
Take nny at 2.95. Get your
future needs out of this sale and save II to ti.
On Sale Monday 8 A. M.
Celebrata the Glorious Gourth in a pair of Bargain Shoos.
rV,?w,llcl2 ut our entire line of Men's Low Shoes fn Tan and Patent
fn !-nrf ..,Thc.1 nro th.B Bl(lwel1 & FoMhelm makes. Nothing better made
,,e'Lat't0G per pair. Wc have decided to Rivo this space to a different
line 01 KOOdt anrl vnu ran nrnfU hu thla aula Ik.. ... .... !.. ! .
in me center of our store and you can have your choice at $1.05 and 2 95.
Men's Bargain Socks.
As a flyer to go with these shoe bargains we will sell 150 pairs, Men.
Silk Finish Socks, the 19c kind at 13c per pair or two for 25c. Not ove
(our pairs to one customer.
SEVERANCE & SON, Stanford, Kentucky.
Needles, Bobbin and Shuttle fo
all sewing machines at Penny's Drug
V. H. .Mueller spoilt Sunda In Cnib
Mr. J. W. Alcorn spent Sunday at
Mlsa Corney Penny, of D.unlllit,
Is the guest of Miss Mnrt .MaIhhi".v.
Miss Anna Chancellor hn bwn u
n'tnrr from the mum pi for Jie inut
Cabell Owens Jollied hU wlfo ami
mother here last week for r ftw dn)'
James T. Monefet' spent Sunday
with the homefolks.
I- It. Hughe spent Hundiiv at Mt.
-rnon with his wire who H vlMUuf
li jdwimts there.
Dr. It. A. Jonas inototed doui rrum
Cincinnati Saturday to apeml vrl
layt( with friend.
Mr. J. B. JoIihsoh. of Wtatnirx,
I "a , Is the RtMMl of hr imiwnU. Mr.
.did Mrs. ;-orn P. lirtght
t'apt. J U It Coffey coniH over from
KrutiMort Saturday to spend Mvw'rul
Jay with hi wife and hnndKHiie
Mr. and Mr. K. P. Owle rvturnwl
to thtlr home In Columbus, On , Sun
lay morning, after u pleasant Mlt
with oeal reatlve.
Mrs. J.K. Holdam and Miss Annie
bronnuftli, ol Crnb Orchaid, Httended
I he revival sen Ice at the tl.tpllil
church Sunda) mornlm;. Tiny wre
the kuoU of Mr. J. S. Itlc during
Mrs Kil Peyton spent several d.iyt.
at (rnb drchard.
Prof V O. Hopper Is at home from
Mt Sterling lor n tilt.
Mrs. J. I" Unite Is qiilti III nt her
home on Danville avenue
lister Gillette, of Cnllfornh Is the
piit of Ml-s M.trle Mahony.
A T Xunuelloy made rt builties.
rip to Loulsvlllo thU wwV
Miss Clam Cooper Is at home fioin
New York when she tatmht last term.
llrnKB Thompiion, of Crab On-lurd.
has gone to Louisville to adept n
Iihs France Adams U Ii Hariods
hurt,, the guest of her slstir. Mrs. Hod
.Mr. and Mr. Shelton Suull'V urn lit
Inuilng tli" Kentucky I'n-M Atola
tloii meeting at Mlddleshorn
V. II. McKlnney I still cnnllned to
Ii'k bed, with mumps. He KU'tjilmjiJ a
rnpt alter howln comtderhltf lin
jnovmnrftit Mr. ! 1.. Penny mid daughter, Mis
Iltutn Jtwn Penny, left .terdnj Tor
Olympian Spring to attend the I'linr
wuemitlonl Association, of which Mr.
Penny U provident.
MIm Doni Stmub will join l.lncla on
her KuroiKMii tour which Is to 1-ist
all Summer They nail this week
from mi Katerti port.
Mr. I.. It Illation, of Itockvlllo lad,
and young son Joe und .Mr. Jasper
StriUKer, of Point Isabel, Ilid. I ho lot
lei .i daughter and the former a nloce
attended the burial of Suulro T. S
IJIanken.hlp at Crab Orchard last
Mifs .Mary .Manler VelM Is iluly
felofntlng her twelfth birthday this
iifli'noon nt the home of htr ptretitl,
Mr nnd Mrs. John S. Wells on Ux
Inst'in avenue. Thore are somg thirty
of Ler young friends prtseul ut the oc-
"anion Is being Rrea' v enJoed by
them The color schemi-, pink nnd
white, N carried throughout thf homo
The voting folks are bjing (.nni'ted '
many g:iuies, which th ycitiui; liuites
had oroiided for them li.uivHie Ad-V0''t"e
Doing Well Here
STANFORD CREAMERY NOW OUT
OF DEBT AND FLOURISHING
Short Local News.
for rent. .Mrs Mattle I).
for sale Klrst claw
thresher at a bargain. V
Notes and Accounts Collected.
For Sale Ilrand new Oliver lytic
writer latest model; nt a bjrsn.n, Ed
C. Ualncfl, Lancaster. Ul-'S
Our clothes cleaner and repairer ii
on duty again toady to wan on the
trade. Cummins & Wearcn.
We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States,
charges unless we collect. Also look after claims of all kinds.
Bank references. Correspondence solicited.
WOODSON MAY, Mgr..
Somerset, - - - Kentucky.
Dispatches to the dull) papers bay
that the Creamery Company nt War-
xuw, Gallatin, Is about to so out ul
buslnos, having practically proven a
In this connection, friend nnd pup
potters of the Stanford C'enmerj
Ctmimtty will he glad to ktuu that It
Is proving a splendid succu-m, and is
now entirely out of debt. It U do
ing a constantly Increnstiig business
and has trouble supplying the demand
Found Pair of gold rim-ned spec
tacles. Owner enn get same by pay
ing for tills ad. This office.
Mv barbershop will In the future
bo open Sundajs till noon. F.d Wll-kltif-on.
I.oat A class pin with letters "!.
Ii C. 0' Uenard for return to Sev
unince & Son's.
Pure Deorlno; Sisal binder twine at
S cents a pound. J. G. V'euthetford,
OOOOOOO COO OOOOO i.O-r.K0 o o o o oooo-:
Boys of All Sizes
Can find everything they wear at our store.
QITTHTQ from IS to $25. Shoes, oxfords, sandals
uUl 1 5 and tennis shoes, waists, tics, collars and
hose, hats and caps, poros knit union suit, two piece un
derwear. You can dress the boy from
head to foot for a small price
Cummins & Wearen,
TWO NEW STATES;
Two new States, the States of Ari
zona and New Mexico, wur created
Saturday when the House, on motion
ilf Representative Hamilton, cln'ir-
man of the Territory Committee, ac
cepted the Senate Statehood bill.
This completes the union of Statfs
anil makes forty-eight States In tne
Spring claners can secure the finest
paper in the world to go under carpets,
mattings, etc , at the very lowest price
at the Interior Journal office. Also
lota ol nice, clean papers for shelves,
Cures dizzy spells, tired feelings
stomach and liver troubles, keeps you
well all summer. That's what Hollis
ter's Itocky Mountain Tea will do. Try
it and you will always buy it. 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets. Shugars & Tauner.
A dispatch from Frankfort H.iys that
Gov WIIlHon has Issued a reqmimnm
upon the Governor of Vox;n for the
rittirn of Joseph Wenlltng win Is
man who has ben run to
r C1ICE TO .SHAREHOLDERS OF
LINCOLN COUNTY NATION
You will need a pair of light pants this summer,
have a large assortment of peg tops for the
young men and a regular cut for the
v v v
W. E. PERKINS,
At a meetlngiof the directors or
this bank, at hi hanklur; house in
Stanford, Ky., on June IS. 19l0.lt was
resolved that a meeting of the share
holders be called to meet on Tuesday ,
July 26. 1S10. at Its banking office
in stnnrnril. Kw.to vote on the P'OIK
vntited in Iulsvilk- for the mur.Ur of jsUon to atneml lho nrtie, of tssocta-
little Alma Kellner. A lewctha l'ton 01 this bank as follows
laic to have gone to Tex.is .liter llmj Kit it -To increase capital toli0.
trtlt there. ! 000 t.nd to authorize tlm dtreilura to
stst price of new stock. enii.i-i
MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA. -
Skin Sufferers! Drop Greasy Salves
And Nasty Medicines.
That mild, soothing liquid, D. D. L).
Prescription, stops the awful itch with
the first drops. A prescription of ac
Get a trial bottloat 25c. It will tako
away tho itch right away and you wil
sleep soondly. Wo assure you person
ally of the merits of this remedy, for
we KNOW. Shugars & Tanner.
mueme the number of dlttors to
nlfleen. W. M. BrlKUt. Cwhiei
PROFESSIONAL AND I
W. W. BURGIN.
Office at Residence.
CRAB ORCHARD, KY.
raCPSFD STANDING SEAM GAL
Large uantltios Carried In St-
EADS' TIN SHOP. Stanford.
DR. T. W. PENNINGTON,
Hours 8:30-12 A. M. anil 1 to 4:30 P
olllv.0 Myers House Plats. Stanford, Ky,
DR. W. N. CRAIG,
Oculist and Optician
Ollleo over H. J. RuRolierU' htore.
I will conduct any kind of sales in
Lincoln and surrouudlog counties. If
you want good prices for your land
or stock, see mo. Stanford, H.D.Nol
M. II. JOHNSON.
I will conduct sales In litis and sur
rounding couuties. Satisfaction guar
anteed btauioru, it.u.Ko. 1.
Stock For Sale!
I have fortftlaalmy mara Mulu, T-yuari
old and weigh I.UU pouuUt. Hound suit
good worker. A!m bay uarn. t-ycri-old.
Work any wlioro and ladle ba mhi
driving hr. Hba 1 tound aud It a (air tad.
dlrr UKIAU DUNN, Uuitonvllls
An Expert's Opinion ot Skin Dis
a nrnminent. national expert on skin
diseases whose name you are familiar
with, says that in all his scientific ex
perience he has never found bo naru
.tlpa to connuer as eczema. Yet
does not hesitate to recommend ZEUO
. . nat iifviful remedy for the
ronmpntof Eczema. ItchinR skin dts
eases, dandruff, pimples, blackheads
and all other diseases of the skin and
a,.Ain Ho savs that not only do its cu
rative qualities make it popular, but al
so the fact that It Is a clean, liquid
remedy for oxternal use. A great Im
provement over the'old stylo greasy
0k'P and lotions which are not only
unpleasant to uso but do not destroy the
germ life that causes the disease. ZE
MO draws the germs to the surface and
destroys them, leaving the skin clear
and healthy. Can bo used freely on in
fants. G. L. Penny will gladly sup
ply those who call with a free sample
bottle of ZEMO and a booklet which
explains In simple language all about
skin diseases and how to cure yourself
at home with ZEMO.
CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY.
L. R. Hughes
T. W. Humble
V. O. Martin
We call your attenrion to our new line of Dutch Collars
in stylish effects of a pretty White Lawn with Lace Trim
mings. Also a beautiful line of Allover Lace Collars in
Black and White. Also new Jabots in one, two and three
piece effect, with Ciuny and Imitation baby Irish trimmings.
HUGHES, MARTIN & CO.,
J. C. McClary,
Undertaker arc1 Embalmer.
STANFORD, - KY.
CStlM ffcoa. 1ST. If am ftiou U.
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes,
Double Your Profits by Using an
A sk any man who uses one. 54 per cent, of the food value of corn
Lis contained in the shucks, cob. leaves and stalk, 4G per cent in the
grain, therefore corn hand-
in the neiu loses 01 vki
5 per cent, total food value
SILO is 93 per cent-
Why continue to waste
poor stock? When the
reach of all and fully guar
nine acres of corn and
Also agent for the most
ments, Cutters, Practical
and loader. : : s
led by cutting and shockinfi
cent, by putting in the SILO
saved by feeding through the
half of your feed and have
INDIANA SILO is within the
anteed. $185 SILO hokk
feeds 26 cattle six months,
up-to-date ensilage and eauin-
conveyor and com elevator
R. E. GAINES.