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MET TPKSDA. UKCKMHKK i!71h, 11110
THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL.
We wish you all a
Cloaks, Suits, Skirts, Furs-
M Are going at Cut Prices. Save yourself
some New Year money by buying a cloak or
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Hoou h for rent. A E, Pnlleri-on tf
Plr-Uirp. (In to Kawhuid for hwhi
and rliMt) Pletoret only (0 VnU nr
dHMti. PrnNk Cflnller.
mhihty mm drlrtm nw,
our fine tlae f lap ratm, iton
fnmU, carriage hten rtt mnM.
We have many useful articles such as
I nr Bala -llnill atrnk of tin mi
ti-Mlon. imfrtn, MM two flt (Mi
les HUrHM. J. II. K. 1WX 131
"rob Ofekard Ky.
A rneatln of th tobacco grow
of Unrein county i called for Stitur
day December, :tlt to nuot nt the
coart house nt 2 o'clock 1'. M., to
consider tlio pooling or tobacco :ih
artvlnnl by tbn recont inorUn in
Lexington. C. K. Tato, Chairman..
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, Hosiery, j'"
Bed-room Slippers, Auto Scarfs, Phoenix Muf-
flers, Baskets, Linen Goods, Towels, Pillow
SEVERANCE &. SON,
STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY.
l.ot. Small pocket bible. Upturn
to Franco Cormlney, Stanford, Ky,
'lhero will bo a Christian onditivor
meeting nt Ut Christian church Wed
noodiiy evening. All other Kndeavnr
arc cordially Invited.
inn peculiar proportion or Clwmber
lam' Cough llemody havo born thor
onnhly tetcd (luring epidemic or In
fluent),, and when It wai taken In
time we have not hoard of a slnglo
c(ii of pneumonia, Hold by Penny i
Minimi A nncket lK)k COIlUlHlIlK
old dollar with Initial oti tack, and
two pinnle. Owner can Ret awrns
bv paying lor thl ad and doacrlMuR
(lull, ir In thn fnrf fhnl lhl liixiin flf
tho I. J.. Ih printed on .Monday sover
nl bonk statement and Bcvornl good
new item ROt In too Into for piibll-
ration tht Imi.
CRT THE GENUINE ALWAY8
A aithatltMt 1 a dftiwrOtt insl
Killlt plNlly IM NHMiWlH. Tile
ri ntn Koity'a IIm. ami Tr aHrihv
.nirh iHd roll quickly and H In" a
Atrpi tra him
el low pMkag..
MM fir la nrnln talfat of thm
M.a..I..aJ . .... -- .! t. -
1TMHIUI1I ITSitnMTWW fill! mNTmj
until noon Janaary 2tid, (qr it. .1, JtoJj
luivriin, ovi -rvutry.
von Know m wn a anyeng wiun
ym ndd something to rcgHlnfo your
)tpn If your liownls aro sitmfali
your food d I at rente you, your kki.
noya pnln, tnke Holiluler's Kocky
Mountain Ten. It always trolleve.
','! cunts, ten of tablet.
Ml-o-nn ih tho' beet prescription the
world ha over known for disturbed
and unset stomnchs. cafl. bclchlnu.
l.onviiieM lienrt burn, ncld stomach
and blllousmva at Penny's DruK Htoru
f' cent. They aro Ruarantocd.
All tnxtM unpaid for l'JIO must be
tottlod nt once or proporty will be
ttdortlsed and sold to satisfy sonic.
I have been patient and have Riven
all the tlwo pormltlod by law. W. h.
unu-iai kMintaln Dom rot school uo
111 owU, II and l.t5 at Penny" Drug
luls Curtis and Uc Wilder spent
Iristiras with friends In Islington.
James t Oiborne, of lllrmtngbnin,
Is the pit ol Jilss Nell War-
ucvrt ti Menslco ran up irom nir
ii Rhnai Ala , to pend Christmas at
Pi i ( hiiiRleUm of Hoylinp Oron
. . ...lit. kl . llFJkl lilt
ft', .t ewr.il U) wiui ! ui....-.
I6arl.ind Singleton and family here.
j c Stanley went to iinmu uwnni
..rul t.iui thire to ijuwvuie w sp-im
Hi Unas with friends.
MIsms Nell and Josupulrw Warren
cm h-mp from Ca Sprtnn. Oa.,
jt i tpeiid flirlfcUiw.
JI an 1 Mr J. 1. mrno, wni-
rird won kuoU of tir lBRhter.
Vrs V K v'nmr Jt weik
t .trrull Uuddorrar. wlw brt been
n charrr of a twInliiK lhlo at l.ox
,i rton, Is at homo for U hod).
,M 1,1 Kelley. of Ktownh. Tann.,
w.tl- hfr nttractho baby I lwo h
u-t cf ler paroitU. Mr. and Mrs
i- ii Veuland. for I'lirinma.
John Sixwnainoro who I attwwtiM?
inniurk Weslyan -oIIoro at m-
a list' r, t at home for tho holiday.
I V tlnrles K. rowen, n ""'
i I subscriber, has accpted a call
t the pa-toroto of ho Klrat Chris
i,.m rhurch at VoldosU. ISn.. and or
tVrs'hlij paper chanRed thro Irom
Mr nnd Mrh. J. 11. MCAHSlor, Jr..
I'aro expected tomo from their bridal
Irlp In tho Knst on wcuncsuny.
Mr llobert Comstock, or mo uouwi
itowcll Company, lxiutsviue, o.
Monday to insUll tho I. J. "ow
hhado Wilder ono of uic uesi "
fyoifnR men of tho nuooiu "
will leavo early In the now year, to
...n a inrm near HloominRion. in.
Ijlls fritnds hope he will not bo Rono
Jiiiurs T, Meneleo (.topped otf an-
P..m n it, his naroutx. .Mr. ana .mo
j N Mtuefcc, en routo to Danvnio xo
tm with his wlfo Christmas. uic
in rome oer here for a vUlt this
Miss Aline llourno. of tlarrard nnd
I'red NtdRhbors, of I-ouie
Prof. W O. Hopper. Superintend-
cct of tho Mu atcrtlns City Schools,
is at borne ior mo nouuays.
Cabell Woods, who Is one of l.'ncle
Ham' soldier boys at Fort Thomas
v-jm with hlu mother Mrs, Ailelji
Wood, for Christmas.
Mlos Maude Smith, sf Corbln, was
rere Saturday en route to Itnoastor
to lslt Iriends over Christmas.
Miss Sarah llownrd of Crnb Orch
ard, pont CbrlbtmjR with Mrs. Penn
C h reeman.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 'I. W'tRsiatou
Iwve Rone to their home at Stamping
(1 round. Stott county, to spend the
Ml Ida Merlmio Pettus ntortaln
Kill llrjant. the Unrein county
reRro who shot ni.u killed John Dot),
alio colored on the K. C. excursion.
In Hmirbon county several weeks or.
I.leaded guilty at his trial at Pari
last week and wo Riven a lllt. term
in the penitentiary.
A muU driven by a German fanner
famed llardcsty ran away down Mill
btrect last Thursday and did not stop
when ho reached Main street, but
cmssed full tilt In to the west window
o' Ororgo 11. Karris' store. Tho low
er panes of Rlaas were shattered, but
nono of tho conte'j of tho window
damaged and a swinging shelf loaded
vith oranges was not Injured
"l'm-1 Mnk" Farmer, Lincoln coun
ty populur nnd alflc1mt jailer snys
that he hd but ono prisoner to ford
CHrlttuM dlnnor to. II declnro that
tb )KopIo off Lincoln county .'nr
pith or Retting bettor, or Miwrter or
the officers are no account.
As executrix of the estate of Miss
Hhoda Umslord. I will on court day
nt 1 o'clock P. M.. JANl'AHY !th 1911
sell the following bank stock 27
hnrts Flnt National Hank; 2 shares
In Lincoln County National Hank and
8 -'t shares In the Stnte Bank tt
Trust Co, ot Stnrford Kv
MATTIK V KlllllY. Kx'x
Tho groatest danger from influenza
Is ot Its rt suiting In pneumonia. This
un bo obviated by using Chamber-
Inn's Cniirh 'lomeriv. OK It llOt Onl.V
sua urn .wu, ,,.,.. ; inrknbnt contracts any temi
h! a nrbor of hoi joung trlont.s I cncy Cf uic uisrase toward pneu
her home last week on the Slt in njonla Sold by Penny Drug Store.
Potior of har tenth r-lrthda). Th-'
oung lad) mado a cliarming he" j
and was remembered by her man-
trlmU with many prtty proentK
Imnul Taylor of Jcllico, and little
daimhter, .Nol, img(d thro' hero Sat
urdi.y en roulo to lllattsvllle to spcu.i '
t'hriiina with A J. Meadows nnd
liiinlly hi lllutthvllle Oarrnrd county J
llev August Ikillbiick, who conduct .
ed the music at the revival services'
.. .... ..... Iln..tl.l.. !... n f .1111, t I
IIOMI O lll'l IHIIIllfHB HUH' ivn .ii.Fi'
Ih aao, is lure to spend Christmas
the KUMt nt Mist. Mario Mahony
Judge Jnnioa P. Itailey ate Chrihi
iua dinner with Mr. and Mr. J. C
itlk) at Crab Orchard..
Mr .md Mrs. Phil Pettu or Four
her Hlster, Mrs. W. S. Fish and fnml
Thomas P. HrlRht Is at homo Tor
the holidays Irom the University or
Vlrgiiiln. where ho Is milking a splen
Wallace Singleton entertained a
number of hi friends with a Christ
nias party on Friday evening last
wick, and all had a delightful time.
AmonR those rrescnt were Mr. llii
tell Ilrown and MIb Lylo Cooper,
Mr. Harris Coleman nnd Miss Kllia
both Hlgglns, Mr. Harry Ilcinhart and
Miss Virginia Mahony, Mr. Thomas
Coleman nnd Mis Lottie Carson, Mr.
Morrison llrlght nnd Miss Mary Mor
rison Matheny, Mr. Joseph Hopper
nnd Miss Salllo ilurdctte. Mr. Wallace
Singleton nnd Miss Llcclo lloltzclaw,
Mr. Lester O'llannon nnd .Miss Man
Elizabeth McKlnney, Mr. John M.
Waters, nnd Mlfs I)rraln Campbell,
Mr. Joe Hill nnd Miss Kate Davis
Itnnoy, Mr. Stowart and Mlsa Alice
" -, - ... .
vlllo. woro guests of tneir n.sier "-'.. RnMn M.sra. Wlll McCarty. J. 1
vvecK. .Miin. ... ., ..... , ,.,.-
wiiKinson, r.u iuiukiu, juuh v-..r.
nnd Thomas llrlght.
Wnnfoil tn rent n house Of 4 or 5
rooms In Btnntord or vicinity. Apply
to A. C. Connett, logon ayenue.
vv 1C Wnrner last
' llourno went to Iwlsvlllo to bo Mrs.
Neighbor's guest during Cbrlbtmas.
W r Fish of rami ljck wn u-i
Friday and Saturday -vim nis 1.011 ,
tM Fish. Tho latter' brother K. T
-h nf llmea. also sDCnt a few day
I l.lll W. '- . I
.i.h Mm Mr. Hsh and little son For Sale 10 anaiea or uusionTiiie
'ri,.rnt with his father to Paint Uck National Bank toX. Apply at tali
- - . ... .,j
to eat Christmas dinner ai m ta,oBlce,
Royal is the
No Lime Phosphate
Mr. W. A. Carson of this city h
I eii appointed lte?lstrar for Stanford
I reclncla Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4 b the
t-'tate Hoard of health for tho Vital
statistic report by ph)&lclauf, nur-
if, undertakers, etc.. anu an navins
tbarRe of privato or public burying.
grounds. As btated in Krldoy's issuo.
.MIbb Kato Plain, the popular assist
ant postmistress of Hnstonvllle, wa
ncpointod Heglstrar for the West Knd
The costumes have arrived for tho
rilnv ".Much Ado About Nothing" and
everything Is in readiness ror the oc
casion which Is sure to be a good
Considerable histrionic talnt will
be dlsplajcd. Much labor and pains
taking oriort has been exercised to
give to the public a first class attrac
tion and a record biienklng hous-a
thould greet the oung actor and
actresses, though, ttwy rc ametcurs
.. l..L Jk.. n.lnnnl i I.
ine) apprujuiiiwiu yiuivoiuiwi, -m
eveniug of plea.'W and profit li an
tlilpated. Kescrllfci.Tits aro on sale
tit Shugari nnd Tanner's drug storo
ilive the high school dramatic duo
a "boost" and make them I eel that
Ituir eirorts are appreciated.
IK play Is ono of Shakcspeares
populai comedies and a rao6t enjoy
i. Me evening will be had Tuebdiy
Lecemler 27tn, i P M, Walton s
How To Get Your Mon
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aivx -x f i iu . k ".k
Z r.AiV KJ- t"s -J
"A fool and his mon
ey soon part," says
Judge Wise, "but. a
wise man buys his
Xmas presents from
the following list of use
ful articles at Cummins
PHOENIX MUFFLERS .50c to $1
VJ NECKTIES 25, 50 and $1.50
tW HATS . . ALL PRICES
T UMBRELLAS 50c to $10
SUIT CASES $1 to $13
BOYS SUITS $1 to $20
SUSPENDERS .....25 to $2
CLOVES 10c to $5
SILK HOSE 50c to $2
OVER COATS ..$2 t0 $25
SHIRTS 25c to $2.50
SWEATERS 50c to $3
COLLAR BOXES $1 to $2.50
MENS' BELTS 25c to $2
HANDKERCHIEFS, Large assort
ment.. Ladles shoes In Velvet, Suede
or Patent, Cuff Links, Scarf Pins, or
Muffler In New Design.. ..25c to $3
rHIl T0RE 18 THE HOME OF HART 8CHAFFNER A MAR Ctcl
We are showing a
large assortment for
the holi days.
Vi U J
blics a f lever wom.in who pais a
ii.uili attention to the dressing ot hf
table as her figure, neither should
to slighted. In iej,anl to rh)c ries 1
lind itti.pMo ailihfuctlon In having
mj ncd intended to by Cofley nnd
We baro all kinds of fruits nuts,
and cnidles for Xmas.
COFFEY & COLEMAN.
Phone 11HI Prompt Delivery
W. E. PRRrCTNS
A -. j.j. tyt
. CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY
aW aaaaW flaHBHTfllS HIWBBM (aVHHMBJM GP a
King of Externals
Sells itself wherever
have tried to imitate,
and substitution has
been attempted. But
once GOWANS always
Govvans for inflammation
It jffM us iiK'.-isiire tn rtemii
menu (ionium I'tvHintHon fur
UilUmmation. ftiieclulljir of tin'
lliro.tt nnil cht'tt. We liae
(j'oif.m I'lrimrntioii for in.iiiy
turn nntl ntwrliml it ron'.inf.
UUnUSdTOH DUVli CO..
Burlington, A. 6.
BUY TO-DAY! HAVE IT IN THE HOUE
AUDatill SI. 30.. 23..
COWiM MIDIClC0..'0URHAM. M. C.
IwmUM. m4mIIm4 If W IiikM
I,1 , i -
J L R. Hughca T. W. Iluriible W. 0. Martin
SUGGESTIONS FOR THAT
NHJW YEAR GIFT
Fancy Jabots, Umbrellas
Black Silk Hose Collar and Cuff Boxes
Colored Silk Hose Suit Case
Belts New Velvet Hoard Bags
Silk and Wool Scarfs Toys Galore
Combs and Barrettes Collars
and;anything YOU WANT IN UP-TO-DATE
DRY GOODS, SHOES, NOTIONS,
HUGHES, MARTIN & CO.,
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes
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