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PERSONAL and SOCIAL
" If r( 8, T. Harris went "P to Crab
nnrweii anuimi unu ii;i ....-.
barct, lofl Saturday lo vinlt Wolrl
.lOnt Mm. H. IC. llournc, of ICmlnenre,
.Mr. Welati Kochi'itcr wont uti to
MlddlcMborouRti. Saturday on buil-
Mr. J. U William i, ftithfr or J W.
William, of tlilri city, wn culled to
Uantlcwofld, Vn., In tlio txriidilo of hi
brother Pr Jonah Williams, I
Mil Mnry Ilacklcy ban returned
homo from t hno City, Va , whrto
iho ling liml clmrRO of tlio Art Depart
tnrnl In Soullisldo IVtnalu InslltulP,
for the pnat winter I
Cured by Lydia n. Pinkham's
Pound, WIb. "I am Rind to nn
nounco that 1 have, been cured of dys
pepsia anu rcnuio
troubles by your
modi ol no. I had
Ix-ou troubled with
both for fourteen
years nrwl consulted
(II ire rent doctors,
but fulled to pet any
relief. After uslnff
Kund and Illood
iriflerl can say I
am a well woman.
I can't find words to cinreM my thanks
for the Rood your ruedlclno has dono
roe. You maypublUh this if you wish."
Mrs. Herman Sietii, round, Wis.
The success of Lydla K. Pinkham's
Vepetablo Compound, made from roots
and hsrbs, is unparalleled. It may bo
used with perfect confidence by women
whosufTcr (romdlfpLicernentA Inflatn
matlon. ulceration, llbrnld tumors, ir.
regularities, periodic pains, backache,
tcarlnR-down fvelliiR, flatulency, indl.
Rtstion, dixziness, or nervous prostra
tion. For thirty years I.ydLi K. Pinkham's
VcRi'tabln Compound hni been the
staud.ird remedy for female Ills, and i
nuffurliift woim one it to themselves
to at least give this medicine a trial. '
I'roof is abundant that it has cured
thousands of other, and why should
it not euro you?
If you ivnnt sjicclnl nil vice write
If 1 4 fnviunl:ilwalicJiiful,
It has ever been the policy of this store to state plain facts in regard to the mer
chandise they sell. The fact is we are overstocked in some lines of goods and we
propose to cut the prices deep right now when it will be of greatest benefit to our
customers. That your visit to this store may be of even greater advantage; wfe
offer some attractive values in very desirable and seasonable goods. Below we
give you the figures of our special June offering, beginning TUESDAY, JUNE 6th.
. Our customers tell us we had a very attractive line of Suits
this Spring and the fact is we have done a phenomical business in
this department We will offer in this June Sale some very great
bargain at $9.75, $12.75 and $15.75. Good time to buy.
Wash Coat Suits
We will offer some irrresistable bargains in these very service
able and sensible garments. The Skirts alone are worth the price
we put on them. Look at our $1.48, $1.95 and $2.95 Suits.
Splendidly made Skirts of Linene, Poplins and Linen in
tan and checks at 98c to $2.50.
Pretty Sheer Waists, Trimmed with lace and medallions
White tailored and embroidered Waists, at 98c.
Black lawn Waists 48c and 98c.
We will offer choice of a
good material which is worth
J. II. Hustle was quite III aeveral
days Inst week,
Mlfs I.llllc Iluitta Is vliltlnR her
sister, Mrs. 0. M. Hmlth, near tho city.
Mr. and Mrs. CleorRo II. Karris,
attended tho funeral c Mr, ltoherl
F.irrls at Danvlllo last Friday.
Mil, Helen KwlnR, or Montana,
nut Mlnj I'atsy HatidalV of l.oxlngton
aio Uniting Miss i'.llzabetli Jnckson
Mrs. I.nura Hundley has returned
I Kim Lexington nmi tnken rooms In
tli( flats over Pent n linn' store.
MIhh Mnry Morrison .Mntheny, who
hns been vlslttnc MIhs Kate I)aln
Itmiii), of this city i edit nod to her
homo In Mnywood, Saturday.
Mlm Annla I). McUouurts, went
ocr In IincastiT to Ult Mr. Joiin
jdcltoborth durtaK the Street I'ulr.
Kountiilnu l'ox Uobbllt, limb Or
i hard' liunoiib attorney, returned
I om) .Saturday.
Mrs. J. I' Nc.il, ot lltistnnsvillo. Is
tlio RiifMt o her nieces, .M !. Helen
and Martha Maker, at their homo near
llraiir.oii. (iriindtiiolher Land" l ro
cowrlng from her recent full. Nlch
Sam I SpauldlliR upcnt last week
,u V.tonesbur; .he Riieat -I Mi
.Vnr K KerrMI He had ri nrlilorV'
ll.ie IbhliiK while u the South Kill ol
I.lncolr. lie woe ticcoinranlcd lv
Mm. Sanford Allen, airlvcd lust
veek from MlllerntiurK to attend tlio
pre-nuptlol entertainments IioIiir Riv
en her sister, Mint Sai:io Tulr
WViod. and to attend thu marrlaeu
ot Mla Woods to (Inner t Ander.
hon, of Alt StcrllnR. which takes place
Thursday afternoon nt the Haptint
Th cnniplug party composed ol
Wallace SIliRleton, Harris t'oletimn.
John Water, Joe Hill, James Owsley,
.Hid Howard Newland, came in Satur
day, after spendlnR seeral duys on
tne shnrcfc of I)lx rher, the corup be
InR known as 'Camp Starve" Tho
bo)s nre all suld to have had a fine
Mr, and Mrs. T. T. OovinRton at
tended the closing cxerUeb of Camt
bcllHaprrman College in I-oxIdkIoii
this week to wltnekM the RrLduatlon
of their daughter. Miss Tommlo Colo
l'oiURton. Miss CovlnpUm was tho
botior Rnuluntc of tho class, her stand
InR of 117.7 belsR the IiIrIicmi eer at
tained by any student of this In. Iltu
tion llor colIeRe career wa extnior
dlnarill) brilliant, and Is a matUr of
the cleciM'ht pride to her nian rein
tlu-s ond trlends. Klt-iiuind lteRls-tar.
big lot of Skirt at $1.48, made of
what we ask for the Skirts made up
MIhb Mwy . Kennefiy was tnken
quite III suddenly la.t Thursdsy, but
Is somewhat Improved now, her mn
friends will be Rlad to know.
Miss Hattlo tlrccne, or I.eilnRtori,
Is visltlnR her aunt, Mm. Tom flood
Mid other relatives here.
Mr H. H ShtinkM, tell oer a tence
ot his home In the county and badly
brulMMl bis left eye Luckily no bones
Hill Spalding, at Ixmlsvlllc, was
hero Monday with Mr nnd Mrs. Hull
ej IHII nnd fninlly. Mrs SpiVrilnR
was with her father. Dr. IM. Aleotn
and family nt HustonMlle.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H II. I'utnnm, of t
Jin, nre reccMnR conRratulatlons ol
their ninny friends upon the orrlvel
ot n hoiinclnR baby boy In their home
'I he mother was before her mnrrlnpe,
the popular Mltfi I'wirl Biirnslde, o'
ntunford. . ,
Miss Amanda Itustlr was In town
Snttirdny to lmc a erj painful boll
on her Jaw lanced
Mi j. Klliali.Mli .Inrkton dcllRhtfu 1
entertain last Friday ccnlnB nt her
homo on Danvlllo pike, In honor of
her Ruests, Miss PnHj llandall, of
Montann nnd Miss Helen ICwinR, ol
LexliiRton Itifreshmeiits were serv
ed nnd ceryon had a nlio time,
lucre were many couples Irom Stan
ford who were present. Among thou
were, Miss Kllz.ibt!i HISrIiih and Mr
Lester O'llannon, Mirs Mary K. Mc
Kinney nnd Mr. Spnldlnfi Hill, Miss
L.ic) I Walton nnd )lr. Wes ty Km
hry, Miss Josephine Carpenter nnd
Mr William YeaRer. Miss MaVy M
Mathcti.y nnd Mr Morrison UrlRht,
Mii, Elllc IlnuRbman and Mr. Ilnrr
lielnhrnt, Miss Sall Uurdette nnd
Mr William (Jrlmie, Mesfrs. J T
Wilkinson, Thurman K. Tudor and .l
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hcv nout come ronie
Sunday from IOulsMlle where tbty
were married Saturday The Conner
Jounal said of their wedding: a
quiet weddlnR of yestirday arternoon
was that of MlsB Jennctto llaUlo Hen
Jiett and Mr. llecrly Ellis Itout,
which was so'emnlicd nt H o'clock at
vlip home of the ride's parents, Mr.
aud Mrs W G. Dennett. The Rev T
M. Hawcs. pastor of the HtiRhlind
Prcsyterlan church officiated. Only
the Immediate fnmily and a few
friends were present Tho h6use dec
orations were ornnRe blossoms, pink
carnations nnd ferns. The nrlde's row n
vas cream chiffon, mounted oershell
pink messnline. She carried a bou
quet of raalden-hair ferns tied w-lth
white ribbon. Mr. and Mru. Rout left
lor Stanford, whre they will make
Colored Wash Petticoats
Fast Colored Giughams Petticoats at 43c.
Better grade of Gingham Petticoats at 69c
Krinkle Gingham Petticoats, 98c.
If the Remnant counter alone was the attraction it would be
worth your while to come to this store to do your buying. The
goods on this counter are the best we have except for the short
lengths they would not be on the remnant counter. Remnants of
silks, woolons, puedes, ginghams, lawns, laces, white goods, ribbons,
etc., at about one-half price.
Val Lace Bargains
While in New York we procured these goods from our import
er who was going out of thu lace business. There is 300 dozen in
this l6t worth 5c to 12c yd, We .will sell it in dozen yds. at 3 5c a dz.
Odd Pairs Lace Curtains
Wc have a big lot of siugle pairs Lace Curtains left from this
spring selling'that we will sell at about half price.
If you dislike to sew, our ready-to.wear department is a snap for you.
Wc are offering special inducements in Ginghams, Lingerie and Silk Dresses.
You can take one-filth off the price ot any of our ginghams, Lawn or Silk
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
lunula Llniiey, the expert llnotyplst.
of the Dnnlllc Advocate, came over
Krtdiiy nlRht nnd proved n Read Sam
aritan by helplliR the I. J. nut of n had
hole. Kdltor W. V. Rlchnrdson and
Dr. T. it. Orlflln, motored over with
Circuit court reconvened Monday
nftcr n two day.' rest. Civil cases nre
I The no cream nnd straw berry sup
I per of tho iJidips Aid Society of the
llnptlst church will be held at the
ohtirch Saturday ovcninR Instead of
' Friday evening an was previously an
nounced Don't forRct tho dato for a
splendid supper nnd a lino ilmo will
be lind for only 15 cents a plate.
Owing to the rush of advertisements:
end live news nt .i late licur, the In
stallmcnt of our splendid rontlnued
story "Alias Jimmy Valentino" due
today, had to bu omitted It will ap
pear Friday, however, and from then
on wo will endeavor to print the story
i" cry Issue until It Is completed
A hirpe stock hnrn of Chnr'es Dps
Jin, In (ho Ottcnhelm taction, burned
down latn Sunday afternoon. Tho lire
caught from an unknown inusc and
pooii consumed the barn and every
tlunR In It, including many
tnrmlnR implements, hny, ttc.
Mr. Knsslln carried i'JDO In
surance on the barn and con
tentfl tho old reliable Continental In
surance Company, represented by W.
S Fish, of Stanford.
HER WEIGHT INCREASED
FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS.
Wonderful Praise Accorded
Perunathe Household Remedy
Mrs. Maria Goertz, Orients, Okla
"My husband, children and myself
have nacd your medicines, and we al
ways keep them in the house in case of
necosslty. I was restored to health by
this medicine) and Dr. Hartman's In-
r valuable advice and books. People ask
about mo from different places, and aro
surprised that I can do all of my house
work alono, and that I was cured by tho
doctor of chronic catarrh. My husband
was cured of asthma, my daughter of
caracbo and catarrh of tho stomach, and
my son of catarrh of tho throat. When
I was sick I weighed 100 pounds; now I
"I haves regained my health again, and
I cannot thank yon enough for your
advice. May God givo joua long llfo
nd bless vour work."
Strawberries aro very plentiful and
selinx nt SO cents a Riillon.
HAIL For $10 per sore I will In.
sure your tbacco apainst lots or
damage by hall. You shou'd have It.
R. M. Newland, Agent. Phone 168.
While Iho Masons of Lincoln roun-'
ty are, primarily chnrRcd with the
duty to furnish the picnic d.nncr to tic
i;end nt Slanfod, Juno "i, to the
.cry large gathering of their Irlends,
.ill whom arc Invited to be presont,
jet Ihclr ti lends among thu utilnltlal
etl, will he allowed to' share with
them in tho privilege or dispensing
LltHolu county hospllulltv in tint
tn.e Kentucky st)lo. "Kveybody'a
rrltnds will be thijre.
SAVE HIS WIFE'S LIFE
"My wllo vvcuild hnve been In hei
gnivo today,"wrIteg O. II. llrown, ol
Musiadlnc, Ala., "if It had not been
for Dr. KlnRb New Discover:'. She
, was dow n in her bed, not able to get
up without I el p. Sho had a severe
bronchial troub e and a dreadful
I rough, I got 1 er a bottle of Kiug'i
' Nc DIrcov cry and she toon began
j mend, and vvus well In n short
(line. "Infnl lble for coiirjir and colda
IH the most reliable remedy on earth
lui d'isper.ite lung s.oiu.c, bemor
,rhiu;es, iagrlppe, n Ihnin, hay fever,
'croup nnd wlooplug cough. .'Oe, l 0(1.
I I rial bottle free (Juatan:eec iy
I Penny's Drug Store
A. C. Sine received a cbecV last
(wcck for tho 12,000 insurance carrlw'
by the Lite W. U Land in the lodge
I cf Maccabees, and turned It over to
. l'lb widow. Prompt payment.
George P. Drlght makes a salve
that will euro white swolllng carbun
cles, bolls, bone felona, cuts, corns,
also vrlro cuts, harness sores and
scratches on ylur horses. Gunranttcdj
to cure. 25 and 60c a box. 30-24
P. O. J3ot 19S, 'Phone 2ti
I -awn mowers, hose and sprinklers
at Geo. H. Farrls'.
Carriage painting, rubber tiring,
and repairing at prices you can't beat
anywhere. J. B. Ely, Junction City,
J. D. bteenbergens sells, builds, re
pairs and adjusts scales at roctt not
om prices. See him for prices heior
yon buy. Address Crab Orchard, Ky.
Hats cleaned and rebleckcd nt Cum
mins and Wearen'B.
Cntarrh Cannot tie Cured
Wllh IXXM. AITMCATIOVS. lhr nnntt ttl
IK mil n( (tif mw, (Vittrili H t bmnt r wtt
lulkXKl dKrtM-. iM in cirdf w cur n ymi murt uid
tourail nmntin Mini clurrn riT Mkni to.
lmT imt rl ilirmif upon IS kxmi tnn mimw
Tffr iuii c'ltarm Cur H mi iiutrk mnli
rto. i m prrtmbnt hy kiw e in twin pftyaiiiint
to UiH muntrr ( r "rt rrrilM prrwnrtion.
It M rnmmM ol lh Imlni tnnwn. romMnro
wim llw uh blood piinnt. x-llrir dirrrtlr no tha
mocmin turlam Tli prrtrtt mmMnntiwi ol tM
two hfflknl M wht prtiur(i nth wonorful m
WIM m ciirlnn raurrh fvnd for lrtimonii. trN'.
KoM br nrufll, pfko .
Ti IUII iltmllr W! for tonitlnttloa.
For Rent-St Asap-.i Hotel; newly
equlpiicd with furnltiiic throiiRhout
nnd In splendid shape; doing n money
making buslnoss. For particulars np
ply to J. W. Acey, proprietor i'l-S
Wedding presents nt .Muollcr's cf
W. S, Fish represents )iily te nst
and strongest insurance companies.
Let him keep yu .prowstsi. 3-1 tf
The star field nnd poultry lenco
Washington red rciUr nnu cypress
ahluglcri nt yoi'r own price. The Junc
tion City Lumber Co, Junction City
AT ERRIBLC CLUNDEr.
to neglect liver trouble. Never do It,
Take Dr. King's New Life Pills on ti
Prat sign of constlpatron, blllouhiicis
or inactive bowels nnd prevent viru
lent indigestion, J.-jnolce or gall
stones. 'I hey regulate fiver, sftnaeh
cud bowels nnd build up your health
Only 25a nt Penny's Drug Store.
Mrs Lclia Mcrcrir.n Farrlfc, wire of
Robert G Farrls, died nt the home
"What has become of the old fash
ioned cook who ha1 something on the
stove that would not be done until
day after tomorrow? But prompt
ness governs the day. If you want up
to date groceries you immediately
think of Cotfey & Coleman."
Try a "never fall" kerosene can for
50 days If not the best you ever saw
r used, bring it back and get your,
jLoney. That's the way we sell it.
COFFEY & COLEMAN,
Phone 196. v.. Prompt Delivery,
'3 & Ktfp..iTi
. , Miscellaneous
Ladies' and Children's Sailet Hats, 25c to 98c
200 dozen Ladies' full Bleach Vests, tap neck and arms, - 7 l-2c
All .25 and $1.56 LongSilk Gloves . rr . $.ijo
Big fWe of Fancy BarasoU, - 25c to $5.00
All kinds and qualities af Fans at - . ; 5cto42.00
rastyilwrM Lawns - -
DRUfcGETS At no Vme th" seaMU
r roomsize drnggets.
Brussel Druggets at $10.
Velvet Druggets at $13.50. Moquetts at $16.50 to $25.00.
RUGS 2?x54 in- Vclvet Ru S1'25- 27x54 Moquett Rugs $1.65
36x68 in. Moquett Rugs $2.98.
iThe failure of a Chicago Carpet House enabled us to pick up
a big shipment of Cotton Chaiu and China Mattings at a big saving.
Extra fine China Mattings, the 25c and 30c kind at 21 and 24c.
9x12 Matting Rugs $2.98.
Fashion Says Pumps and Straps arc the thing. We have them in Vel
vets, Satin, Cravenette, Suede and Patent.
Special value Black Cravcnett, two straps, the $4.00 kind at $3.00 per pair.
of ber iathT-ln-law, J. B, rar.li, at
Danville last week after a IcnKthy II
net f tuberculosis Sho was well
knowu In Lincoln county and Mr.
Farrls, who lM a former reslaVB. ot
Lluco n has the sympathy ot u UrfiO
number of friends In hlo bcrcavmenL
D-M-F Proves SlArtling Success.
Oaar&atetd Absolutely As To KeialU.
Tho problem of rhMlntc tho system
rnmnlrlnlv of uric nclil rienoslts which
rnuft rttpumntlxm h" bcn nolvil, ni
stated by mnny chronic sufferrs who
have used It, hy tlieitiovel rmely cull
d n-.M-K, perfected alter 30 years of
Its unique notion Ir mr of the fca
tutcn wlilcli moit name! tho uttn
Hon nt the sjtfertr uelnK It ifnllko
nny other treatment of 11 hind kuwn.
It produces rrsults er "bIkusIs" hy
which tho patient has- kern aLln to
clearly foretell the complete eradica
tion of tho llcn;
D-1I-P hns been remarkably etlc
tlve In every form of rheumatism, n
feature which Is extremely unusuul.
C W. Ilmen, M. D one ef the liwrt.
Sromlnrnl phyalelana In Oklattomi,
mma for htn (dtrrao In treutl'lic
Tke rmmrm for IttlH ttni wrre oIef
Ml from I tie Tnrloan chronic fnwtiH
romnouly hftonn lnenrables nutl nil
Inmi of the l I bate TlelOetl to
Ike D-U-F" treatment. Convinced t&at
wllk D-M-K ffcrre are no InearuM.)
farata ef the diaeaae, I am nonr reuJr
to ataka mjr profcMloaal vcpntallon on
7 abllltr to rare all fernut of rtxu
aiatUBi vrllb lata trcalaint.
The beet news or alt for the rheu
matic la that D-U-Pj-lBjHuaranUeU a.i
te results. ,
D-M-F" la ulnpularljJfree from any,
oorAtes'Or donjrerOoa- druB of our i-
acrlptlon. and la easily asslnilutcd) by!
ine weaaest sioraaen. ,
Full exDlanatlona of tha wonderful!
action or D-M-F on rheamatlsm, Iohii
baaro, nout and neuralala, are pachel
with every bottle, lleicln taklDK a',
bottle of D-M-P today, ,aad you mayl
safely drop every other rheumatism
treatment you may now be taking;. I
Gat D-kt-F at your rirngalut at IIjOJ' a
bottle. If yooare mtlfid with It. su yv
will be, ret 0 bottlew lor fAOO. and net ild o
your afflletlon. If your dmrtlet raiuiOT
apply you. It will lie aent on receipt o(
crieebTthe D-VI.K llstllolne So- nil itn.
roln Ave Ohlraeo. in. The lint bottlo tjlU,
WMV.MV ,., BUMV,;!, , "v.
Recommended and Sold By '
shugars & Tanner.
- - , 3 ?Ac,Xd,
have we had a beller lne
Special values this month
? (J F?
Make Your June Purchases At This Store and Make Your Dollars Buy $1.25 to $1.50 Worth of Reliable Merchandise.
--SEVERANCE & SON