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THE STAMFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY
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ONCE more we greet you with our Christmas offerings. Not the kind that perish with the using, but gifts that re
main to remind the recipient of ths giver. In addition to our great December unloading sale of winter goods we
have on sale many useful articles bought especially for gifts. Read below and note the attractive prices.
for all Linen Handkerchiefs, Fancy
Bordered Handkerchiefs, Initial
for all Linen Sheer Handkerchiefs
Fancy Handkerchiefs for making
Aprons and Kimonos.
for Ladies' All-Linen Sheer Initial
Handkerhclefs, Embrroidcred H. S.
for Mens' all Linen initial Hand
kercrlefs. Plain Linen Handker
chiefs at 19c 25c and 50c.
for endless variety of linen handker
chiefs in Plain, Lace edge, embroid
ered. Fier ones at 50c and 75c.
25c to $1
for Rhine Stone Hat Pins.
for Table and Dresser Scarfs. Fin
er ones in Japanese hand work at
$1 to $4.
for pillow tops ready to use, oth
ers stamped at 25c to 50.
for Laundry Bags also patterns cut
ready to make at 25c to 50c.
for combination sets in boxes mens'
tie socks and hand'ef $1. Two pair
silk for $1. ties boxed 50 cents.
5c to 19c
for fancy boxes for small articles
up to large umbrella boxes.
for Gold Front Beauty Pins.
for ladles and childrcns' Gloves of
for a special value In Ladles' Gold
and Silver handle Umbrellas.
for 3 to 4 inch Taffeta Ribbon all
for a bolt of fancy Holly or Satin
Ribbon in I, I 1-2, and 2.
Ladies' Velvet Boots in Black Brown
for Laldes' and Mens Phoenix Mufflers.
or Gold Front Bar Collar Pins.
for mens extra value umbrellas,
Horn and fancy handles.-
for Eiderdown Aviation Caps up to
for a Messaline Silk Skirt.
kind that sold at $4.50.
for Gold and Silver Belt Buckles.
for fine Towels
Finer ones uu to
for a Moquette Rug.
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One lot .suits, new goods (no old)
regular price up to $15.00
for a large Brown or Black Pillow
Muff others up to $20.
or Ladies' and Misses House Slip
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ior sei unain Locket and Pins.
for Auto Scarfs, finer ones up to
for Holly Box Note Paper. Others at
15c and 25c.
for Jabots, Side Frills and Collars,
for best Kid Glove sold for the
for two yard lengths Silk Mull for
for silk Kimona Waiist Patterns.
Severance & Son,
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PERSONAL and SOCIAL
J. N. Saunders wan in Mt. Vornuii
lliix week on legal hiininiMS.
Mr. J. V. Acoy went to Crab
Mr. V. S. Burch was in Crab
Orchard this week.
Bom, to tho wifo of Ioiiis Botts
Inst week n fine girl.
Mrs. J. B. Pniton visited re.--lives
and friends in Lnncaste, this
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Murphy '
tended tho funeral of Mrs. M. J.
Karris. Jr., at Danville- Sunday.
Miss Mary Collins and Sarann
tha Jones, of Crab Orchard wcro in
town shopping Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. K. 0. Martin, of
Danville, spout Sunday with Mr.
nuil Mrs. W. P. Buehnnnn.
Mr. mid Mrs. Oscar Huffman on
liandhoino children of Danville, woro
the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. L.
Cover this week.
Miss Margaret Lewis, of Crab
JOrehard, spent several days with
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Tribblo, of
Danvilln, Kpent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Murphy t their
bomu on tho Hustonvillo piko. Mr.
Murphy continues to iiuprovo from
his recent accident nnd illness.
0. P. Ncwlnnd enmo up from
Burnsido enrly in tho week to nt
tend court day and to tako in tho
inauguration at Frankfort.
'His many friend bore will regret
to learn that Dr. W. A. Brown, of
Purksvillo, is gradually growing
weaker. IIo 1ms been in declining
health for some- time, and looks
smiling toward tho
faith that is splendid
Wanted to buy $G00 or $700 placo
inn Stanford. Inquire nt this ill'iee.
See our nico resh stock of can
dies for Christmas. T. D. Xewland.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
For Salo Six Mammoth Bronze
gobblers. Mrs. Win. Matheny Stan
ford, Ky., 04-2t.
Tie regular meeting of tho btock
boiikTb of tho National Bunk, of
Htistonvillc, Ky., to elect directors
lor tho eiibuing year, will bo held
at its banking ollioo in Hustonvillo
Ky., on tho second Tuesday in
I January. 1912. which is January 0,
1012. J. W. Ilocler, Cashier.
Harry Jacobs, of McKinney, sold
Mrs. Wm. II. Curtis n handsotno
burre granite monument to bo erect
'ed in Buffalo cemetery, also n largo
granite monument to A. D. Boot to
go in Buffalo cemetery.
Xruns goods in a largo variety at
Fresh roasted peanuts
laud's every day.
For Snk Puro bred Mammoth
Bronze Turkoys. Mrs. J. N. Cash.
For Rent. My homo on East
Main Street also small Btoro room,
pood location for any one who wants
to go in business nnd pay low rent
Possession given January 1st. II.
C. Anderson 09-3t.
Owing to tho heavy rain, Fred
BrntinsMcig postponed his halo until
next Tuesday, Dec. 19, when it will
ho held, rain or shine, beginnning
promptly at 9 o'olouk.
Nov. J. N. Herald will preach at
Maywood next Saturday night and
nt Rowland next Sunday morning
Thcro will bo a Christmas trco at
tho Baptist church Monday evening
Deeiunhcr,25th, Christmas night, at
7 o'clock for tho children of tho
Sunday school. Relatives mid
friends are cordially invited.
At tho business meeting of tho
Baptist church Wednesday, Dec. 6,
it was decided that tho congrega
tion make an offering to tho Bap
tist Orphans' Home in Louisvillo in
money on the third Sunduy in De
cember, which is Dec. 17. All mem
bers of tho congregation will ploasa
come prcpaied to givo a small sum,
at least. This is a most worthy
cause and is supported wholly by
tho Baptist churches of Kentucky.
J. B. Jones, Pastor.
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l l'ho hunting season Is upon us and
nearly overyono "wants to post bis
place. Tim cliargo is A cents cash
! (1. W. Hasty Herman Biricolz.
C. T. Willson, C. M. Allen,
L. Q. Uooch. J. B. Manning
Heichenbach Ilros. N. II Pliunmcr,
Fred Von Allman Jacob Gander
Muttic II. Howes. S. II. Baughman
W. P. Belden Fred Von Gruenigun,
John Ilerzng. J. M. Gooch
Wm. nnd John Huffman.
William Cordier. J. B. Myers.
J. W. Daughimui. I P. Xunnolloy,
J. F. Gover, .Mrs. W. G. MoHeo
Mr, l'cttie Spoonamore,
G. W. Kogor,
For Xmas presents that will
pleaso and bo a joy forever. Go to
Mueller's Jewelry Store tf
New lot of furniture just in. J. L.
For Sale. My homo on Miller
Street. Fred Eichenbcrgcr.
Rooms for rent over Thos. Pence's
store. W. A. Tribble, Stanford, Ky.
Wo are prepared to install hot
water and hot air heating, plumbing
etc., Conn Bros., Lancaster, 81-tf.
I am Toady to grind and bolt back
wheat. Also buckwheat flour for
sale. Will grind every Tuesday.
Chas. Ensslin, 94-2t.
My selection in watches and in
clocks tho largest over. W. II.
Tho bazaar to bo held by the
ladies of tho Presbyterian church on
Dec. 10, will be in the roar room of
the Stuto Bank & Trust Co., in-
"Stead of the store room formerly
occupied by Land mid Biiclmiiau,
I am agent for tho International
gasoline engine and feed cutters.
Best on tho market. J. L. Ueuzley,
Wc have dissolved our partner
ship and respectfully ask all who
owo us to call and settle nt once
as wo need the money to wind up our
affairs. Coffey & Coleman. 99-2
1 can tako tho "shako" out of
your old shotgun, repair your gun
or doorlock. Prices reasonable. Call
mo nt 1. J. office. D. Bnllou. 90tf
For Salo Privately My house
hold and kitchen furniture. Mrs.
Lelia Cook. 99tf
Christmas goods are being receiv
ed at W. II. Higgins. Givo bira a
call early. 96-lt.
If you want a hot fire use New
Diamond and Rex coals from Den
hum's yards. 92-3t.
For Sale. Farm of 08 acres 3
miles from Crnb Oreh.u with A.
No. 1 horso barn, garden nnd pump,
over 25 acres cleared. $750.00 or
rent for $o0 per year cash. W. II.
I.Mueller, Stanford, Ky. 97'-tf
There is a Qreat difference In life
insurance policies. Mutual Benefit
Policies are superior. I can show
you. Why not buy the best? R. M.
Rcliablo party would liko to rent
n good farm. Best of references.
Lock Box 244, Stanford. 91-tf
W. S. Fish represents on) the
best and stronnest insurance com
panies. Let him keep you nrotccted.
May be promoted by those who
gently cleanse the system, now and
then, when in need of a laxative
remedy, by taking a deseibpoooful
of the ever refreshing, wholesome!
and truly beneficial Syrup of Fjga
and Elixir of Senna, which is the
only family laxative generally ap
proved by the moct eminent phya
sician, because it acts in a natuaL
strengthening way and warms aaJ
tones up the internal oroans wkKnak
Oysters, celery, cranberries, minco Weakening them. It is equally benefi-
nciai ior tne very young and the mid
dle aged, as it is always efficient aad
free from all harmful ingredients. Td
get its beneficial effects it is always
necessary to buy the genuine, bear
ing the name of the Company
California F1r Svtud Co. rJalnlv
printed on the front of every package,
I respectfully solicit your sub
scriptions for magazines, newspa
pers or any periodicals of any kind.
Subscribe through me and save mon
ey, time and trouble. II. L. Steger.
Crab Orchard. 95tf
meat, fruits and nuts. George II.
Wo aro paying highest prices for
fresh eggs, chickens nnd all kinds
of country produce. Fields Bros.,
at tho Stanford Meat Market.
I will sell my homo on East Main
street on very easy terms. Sco mo
if you arc looking for a good lion
priced rfcht. II. C. Bnughmau.
Let mo overhaul
f,.i..r vl-uu n. enRno nnu avom com wuuiuer
future witli n- "... ,., ,. n u,.ii,.
irUUUll'O HUB ITllllCI. 4JUMVU.
Leave word at the I. J. office.
Stiti o Ohio Citt or Toudo. ? . ,
Luoai Coviar. f
Fmnk 1. Cwipir nukM Mth Uut b U Mnlor
rtrtnrr or tho firm c( K J, Cuinit A Co.. doing
buimaM la tlw City of Toledo. County nd nuto
Moroukl. &nd that ukl urm lll par to turn of
ONi: HUNUHi:i DOLLAUH lor rath and cvrry
nun ol t'uTtaxH that cannot bo cured by tho uw o(
lUtx'a CiTitiau Cvat.
THANK J. CHENEY.
Hwnm til hofnrA m anil mitaavnluwl In mw ttraun
. -.- w Wa mmm VW W" - W y fcMfc
.loan .v, i;arier. " ,ln "r uniocr, a. u., im,
Mrs. Mattio White 7t ?I
Hintt, Slllll Castello ' Unit Catarrh Cur U Ukfn tntcrnaDy and acta
Hf llnni.limnn K V Pnrunii oucuj upoa im Diuud and mucoua aortaer o( tLo
, L. Iiailgllllian, ft. .t.arsoil. ,,,. KnJ Ior Uoilmoauia, tn.
r. i. uiiLnbx m wu loicao, u.
Sold r all lruruu. Tic.
fait llau amuv MUa tnr cooatlraUon.
Mrs. S. D
Notice. -No one allowed to hunt
n my farm. Fox Dudderar.
Brick Mono room for rent on cor
ner of Mo in and Lancaster streets,
opposite court houso. Possession
January 1, 1912. J. S. Hocker 98-tf
A little son has arrived at tho
homo of Prof, and Mrs. J. W. Iro
Iand. He has boon christened, Jo-
for Mrs. Ireland's father tho late
IFJOU HAVE A SICKLY
Tl famlljr.wlth young children that Is
wunout aicknesk in the houaa now and
then U rare, and ao It U Important that
the head of the bouse should know what
to do In the IltUe emergencies that arise.
A child with a serious ailment needs a
Joctor, It Is true, but In the majority of
Instances, as any doctor knows, the child
suffers from soma lnteatln&l frniihl
There Is no sense la giving It a Dili or
a remedy containing an opiate, nor Is
scph Grinstead tho first nnmo being I mended, iuther give it a small dose of
l'nr Ilia fnllirr nnil Mm mlililln timnn S .mlld:.. sT'ntle laxative lonlo like Dr.
ior nis iuiucr aim mo iniuuio nnmo caidwcii's Brun pMin. which, bv cian.
Ing out the bowels and strengthening the
little stomach muscles, will Immediately
correct ths trouble.
This U not als our oplatoa but that
of Mrs. N. ir. Maa of Freeport. KasW
whose granddaughter has been taking If
successfully and of Mrs. J. It Whltto
of Lena. 'Wis., who gives It to her chUdren
and takes It herself. It Is Mid In fifty
cent and one dollar bottlea at every
drug store, but If you want to test It la
your family before you buy It send your
address to Dr. Caldwell nnd he will for
ward a supply free of charge.
Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the
purchase of his remedy ends his obli
gation. He has specialised in stomaoh.
liver and bowel dlseasea for over forty
years and will be pleased to give the
reader any advice on ii hf. ...
SfJ:haWJ-.i.A1,-",,.w"lcoma ,0 wr'i
him. Whether for the medical advice
?. !.nL'.r?" MwP'e address hliu Dr.