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THE ITAWFOHD INTERIOR JOURNAL, ITAHFBHl, KENTUCKY.
MCIAL ni PERSONAL
Mr. R. II. Bntson, of Lancaster,
was hero early in the week.
.Mr. J. U. Lynn went to Dnnvillc
Tuesday on business.
Mr. IMchnrd Cobb went to Itich
. raonil Tuesday.
Mr. Ap Ncvius is fsiting friends
Mr. Matthew Fcnicl is down from
Crab Orchard, for n few dnjs.
Miss May Jones, of Danville, i?
viiting her aunt, Mrs. A. C. Alfonl.
Miss Maitha Varnon, of Ashvillc,
X. C, hns returned to her home nf
ler a short isit to her aunt, Mri).
Miscs r'nmile and Cioodio Redd,
of Crab Orchard, were lure shop
Mr. Hob Collier, of Crob Orchard,
stopped over n short tnnp Tuesday
nil his wiy homo from .Mitdiellsbur.
Mr. Jack Newborn spent Monday
in llustonvillo with relatives nnd
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hichnrd Hampton,
of Lebanon Junction, spent several
dnys with relatives" and friends hero
I hi neck.
Messrs Ike Shelby and Wil Giv
His, (-topped oer between trains
Tueidiiy on their way to tho uioun
tains. .Mi Martha Meier and sister
lis Emma Meier, who have hcui
the iniests of their sister Mrs. C. L.
(!oer for suNcral dajs have gone
lo Highland to istt their pan-nts
Mr. and Mrs. John Meier.
Particularly the Ladies.
Not only pleaunt and refreshing to
the Utte, but fently deaiuing and tweet
rning to the tyUem, Syrup of Fig and
vJLkxir of Senna it pariicuianT acupted
lo Udies and cHJdren, and beneficial in
all cases in which wholesome, strength
ening and elective laxative should be
used. It is perfectly safe at aD timet and
dispels cold, headaches and the pami
caused by indigestion and constipation to
promptly and effectively that it is the one
perfect family laxative which gives tativ
fiction to all and it recommended by
mlion of families who have used it and
who nave personal knowledge of ht ex
cellence. Its wonderful popularity, however, hat
led unscrupulous dealer to offer imita
tions which act unutisfactonly. There
fore, when buying, to get kt beneficial
effects, always note the ful name of the
Company -CaWomia Fig Syrup Co.
planly printed on the front of every
package of the genuine Syrup of Fig!
and Elixir of Senna.
For tale by all leading druggists. Price
50 cents per bottle.
Miss Sue Woner is confined to her
bed, with a severe cold.
Mr. I M. Ware, of McKinney,
war In ton for several hours Tues
day. Mr. K. C. Baker, of Crab Orchard
nus down for a short time Tuesday
Captain II. F. Powell was in town
n while Wednesday, mingling with
Mrs. J. II. I'nxton spent Wednes
day in Lancaster, with her mother,
Mrs. Ora Ilrnckctt nnd daughter,
are Siting friinds nt Gilbert's
Attorney K. S. Alcorn went over
to Lancaster, Wednesday on busi
ne. Mrs. V. Ji( Murphy hns returned
home after n usit to her daughter
Mr. C. It. Stiirky, nt Louisville.
-Mr. I). W. Mnhnn, of Danville,
stopped owr between trains, Wod
niMlny on hi way to the mountain".
Mr. nnd Mr. Mnhnn visited her
mother lure Tiusdny.
Mi. Harry Dilly, who has been
working nt Hemp, for some time as
telejrrnph operator, leaes Thursday
fir Chicnpo, to nccept a better po
sition. Mr. and Mrs. J. N'cwlnnd, of
Ltlmnnn Junetion, were hero sev
eral days this week with relntives
Mr. New land is a popular railroad
Sid Adams has mined his head
qnnrtcrs from Cincinnati to Cleve
land, Ohio, and orders his L J.
sent there. He holds n splendid po
sition with the Gnrlock Packing
Mrs. Chnrlotte Warren returned
home Monday night, from Atlanta.
llz., ncrompnnied by her daughter
Margaret, who has been quite sick
for some time. She is much im
proved now but still very wenk
Mr. Snllio Morelnnd. who has
been the guest of her daughter. Mrs.
W .C. Shrink" for several weeks, is
able to be out ngnin, nfter a bad
inn me MiMnineil some time ago.
! ft TV Mnum if Vnnln Hrnrii O
joined his wife here early in the
wrek for ii "-hort viit to her parents
Mr. nnd Mr. J. N. Menefee. Mr.
Maury is on his way to Joplin, Mo.,
on a business trip.
Many friends of Mr. Thomas P.
Bricht. who is attending school at
the I'nherMty nt Virginia will re
gret very much to lenrn of his ill
ne.. The lnft news received was
that he was thought to be some bet
ter, and wonld probnbly be able to
rejrrn home with his mother in sev
MAKES HOME BAKING EASY
Delicious Cake ..;
:... Fine Puddings ??'
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream o Tartar
Mr. If. C. Davis, of Cincinnati was
here visiting friends last week.
Col. John W. Rout went to
Drodheud. on business. Wednesday.
Mr. J. II. Fish, of Mt. Vernon, is
here spending a few dnys with hU
niece, Mrs. J. Q. Carpenter.
Miss Annie McKinney delightfully
entertained the Chautauqua Circle
on Inst Tuesday eiening.
Little Willinm Brady, of Mt.
Salem, is here visiting his grand
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wra. Brady.
Mrs. William Severance, who has
been visiting her brother, Mr. Pick
ett, in Pocahontas, Ark., has return
Mr. L. M. Suter, who represents
the Kentucky Central Insurance
Company, wns in Lancaster, on
Harvey Moore, who has been with
tho J. II. Baughmnn Milling Com
pony for the past fifteen years, hns
lesi'.'ned to accept a position with
the "Stnnford Water Light & Ice Co.
He takes the night position, recently
vacated bv C. A. Youne.
Mr. S. II. Shanks continues about
Miss Jennie Duncan, of Lnncns
ter. is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Congressman Haney Helm got
home Wendesday from Washington
on n. flying visit.
Jlr. George Newlnnd made a fly
ing trip to Louisvillo early in the
G. W. Martin, th0 popular rail
road man, was down from Livings
ton Tburodny vith friends.
'Mrs. R. F. Rout hns returned
from a visit to her son, Bev nout,
and wife, nt their h,ome in Louis
ville. Mrs. A. T. Linney and little son,
of Lexington, have been the recent
guests of Mr. S. L. Burdette and
A number of the young Indies of
the city arc promoting a Leap Year
dance to be given within a few
Mrs. Dink Farmer, is nbl? to be
nut, after an illness of scleral
Mrs. J. F. Jloldnm nnd Mis Annio
Ilronnugh, of Crnb Orchard, were
here Monday shopping.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Pepples have
returned from a visit to Mr. and
Mis. John Iloltzclu'v in Lancaster.
Mr. G. D. Wearen who hns been
quite siek for scleral weeks, is able
to be up.
Mr. and Mrs. V, D. Bnllou, arc
rejoicing oer the arrival of n
daughter nt their home.
Miss Maggie Stapg, hns Tcturncd
from a delightful Uit, to fricnels
nnd lelatives in lluMonvillc.
I Mr. Noney Aim Stone fins re
I turned to her hnme in Chicago, nfter
n lUil of cveinl months to rclntiws
and friends here.
Mis. John It. Wntt, ihp MUs Dell
Fclaiul, ined through here Wed
nesday on her way to Hichraond, to
viit 1 clothes.
Hon. IS. II. King, and Rev. W. G.
Montgomery of Morelnnd, were in
town early in the week, mingling
Mrs. Mnttie Ncvius is back from
Gillieit's Cieek, where 'lie h.m been
with her daughter. Mrs. J. . Buck.
Miss Susie Thompson, of Mt.
Veinon, passed through Wednesday
on her wny to Louisville to make a
jit to friends.
Mrs. Hone Pointer, of the Wal
nut Flat section, underwent nn op
eration for gall Mones last week,
and seems to be recovering nicely.
Rev. P. L. Brace nnd Mrs. Bruce
went to Louisville on Thursday to
nttend the wedding of their nephew,
II. W. DuBose.
Mr. W. P. Kincaid returned on
Thursday from Lebanon, where she
has been in a hospital several weeks
having undergone a slight opera
tion. Mrs. Caswell Saufley, who has
been spending the winter with her
parents, Judge nnd Mrs. E. C. 0'
Rear, left last evening for Norfolk,
Va., where she will be joineel Sunday
by her husband, Ensign Caswell
Saufley, of the U. S. Navy. Mr.
Saufley will return Sunday with tho
Atlantic fleet from Guantonamo,
Cuba, where he has been stationed
during the winter. He nnd Mrs.
Saufley will be in Norfolk for a
Fhort time, after wrhich they will go
to Old Point Comfort, Va., where.
Mr. Sanfley will be stationed during
the summer, nnd which will be n
very delightful place for Mrs. Sauf-
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
M. S. Batighrr.cn hag been quite
sick with the grip for about a week
Nice stock of see Irish potatoes;
second growth, etc. W. II. Higgins.
A nice lino of box candy nt Pen
ny's, the Recall store.
When j on wnnt ft bond of any
kind sc0 Fi"h & Bromley. They
represent the American Surety Co..
luigest in the world. 24-tf.
Misses Strnub extend to you n
peisonnl mutation, to attend their
millinery spending, Wednesday
Two .-tray hogs, n boar and a
gilt, eiune to my place, nnd owner
can get nmu by pajing for this nd
and their keep. Jus. P.Rogers, Crab
The ladies are imitcd to attend
my opening Saturday, March 30.
Mrs. J. c. Ljiin. 24td
Your attention is cnlled to the dis
play of patterns nnd tailored huts,
Wednesday March 27. Misses
Sunday sunices nt the Baptist
church: Preaching nt 10:43 and
7:30 o'clock. Morning subject: The
Ready Christian; eening subject:
EssentinI Religion. Sunday school
S. C. MOWN LEGHORNS
Can supply 210 egg incubntor in 3
dnys; 7fi cents jx-r 15 or 5 per 100.
Mrs. J. M. CreSS, It. D. 4, Stnnford
Phone 380O Lancaster exchange.
Our spring stock is now complete
nnd high quality and low prices. Call
nnd inspect. Sam Robinson.
Rev. J. W. Porter, pnstor of tho
First Baptist church of Lexington
nnd editor of tho great denomina
tional organ, tho Western Recorder,
hns been secured ,to hold revival
services nt tho Stanford Baptist
church. The date has not been de
finitely selected but tho senices will
begin some time enrly in June.
Tells How She Keeps Her
Health Happiness For
Those Who Take
One of the prettiest automobiles
seen in Stanford in a long time is
the Ford runnbout in the window of
Cummins & Wearen. It wns sold to
the linn by W. E. Glover, the popu
lar agent for this great little ma
chine, nnd it is nttracting mnch at
tention nnd creating a great deal of
weeks. They wnnt to have the cele
brated Saxophone Trio, of Colnm-ley, who will enjoy the gny season
bu, 0., here to fnrnish the music, there. Frankfort News-Journal
Sci-vices nt the Presbyterian
church Sunday, Mnich 24 nt 11 A.
M.: The Honor Due God's Repre
sentatives. 7:30 P. M.: A union ser
vice with the Church of the Disciples
in charge of the Christian Endenvor
societies. Reports of the district
convention will be given. The other
churches ore invited to join with us.
Dudley Wnrner, of Bath county
hns sold n 3-year-old Bourbon
Chief hore to J. B. Gooelpaster, at
m mts Miff.
y t no
Scottville, Mich. "I want to tell yoa
how much good Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg-
Sanative Wash have
dona me. I livo on a
.'' farm andhave worked
. very hard. I am
forty-five years old.
' ' and am the mother
of thirteen children.
Many people think
it strange that I am
not broken down
with hard work and
the care of my fam
ily, but I tell them of my good friend,
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and that there will be no back
ache and bearing down pains for them if
they will take it as I have. I am scarcely
ever without it in the house.
"I will say also that I think there is
no better medicine to be found for young
girls. My eldest daughter has taken
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound for painful periods and irregular
ity, and it has helped her. ,
"I am always ready and willing to
speak a good word for Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound. I tell every
one I meet that I owe my health and
happiness to your wonderful medicine."
Mrs. J.G. Johnson, Scottville, Mich.,
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and herbs,
contains no narcotics or harmful drugs,
and today holds the record of being tho
most successful remedy for woman's ills
COME SEE THE RESULT
Of Our Efforts to Bring Right to Your Door an Elegant Assortment of
Ready-to-wear Dresses, Suits, Waists, House Dresses, Rain Coats, Etc.
right from ihe source of fashion-New York City. We have searched the market for the best, and the Ladies who have looked
at our new goods say they are the prettiest they have ever seen. We are receiving additions to this Department every day and
our stock is growing in volume and beauty each day. Come and see the new Silk Dresses, White Serge Dresses, Linen Dresses
P. K. Dresses, White Serge Suits, Silk Rain Coats, Lingerie and Tailored Waists.
We have added a line of children
Percah and ginghams. They are
pretty and very reasonable in price.
Curtains, Mattings, Rugs.
A most attractive line of new
materials for making the home
beautiful let us show you new rugs,
mattings, curtain nets, shades, etc.
Colored and White, Linens, Piques,
Voiles, New Cluney, Macrome and
Shadow Laces to trim.
Severance & Son, Stanford. Kv