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THE STANFOM INTERIM JtUMALITAHftttt, MCMTtrCKV.
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Miss Belle Denny has returned
home from Louisville.
W. 1. Klneald, was in Point Lea
veil, Inst week on business.
Mr. Logan McCnll, spent Sunday
with relatives in Mnrclburg.
Master W. K. Shugars spent Sat
urdny and Sunday in Itiehmond.
Mr. Willinm Severance, is in Cin
cinnati for a fow days on business.
Mr. Uccchcr Adams, of Dnnvillo
was here Inst week with relatives.
Mr., Fred llnrnctt was down from
Crab Orchard nwhilo Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hays Foster nio
in Eluubellitovvn, for tti dajrs,
Mrs. Ed Peyton is visiting Mr.
Carroll linilcy and family in Crab
Orchard. ' "
Mcsdnmes W. II. McKinucy nnd
S. f! SuuRt-y arc in Louisvillo for
a few days Inst week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ilice wfcnt to
Richmond, Friday to spend a few
days with relatives.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Owsley Reid,
lmvo TetnmcI from MnrtinsvilV,
where he has lccn for treatment.
Will (I. McKiuney, of Montgomery
Ala., is spending several dnjs nt
Crab Orchard Springs.
Mr. Oeorge Parson was down
from Middlcsboro, for n few days
Mis Minnie Shannon, of Junction
City, ii here with her sUter, Mrs.
J. It, Jones.
Mr. W. O. Hurke, of Silver Creek,
joined his wife here Inst Saturday,
who is hero visiting Mesdnmes Annie
Pmitt nnd A. C. Hill.
Mr. Adam Carpenter nnd son Tur
ner, of Ilustonville, were here Snt
urdav on bn-inrr-.
Mr. E. H. Hntfield, of Highland,
was n caller at the I. J., office Sat
Mis Dolly MeRoberts, has rc
turned home, nfter n visit to rela
tive in Itiehmond.
Mrs. W. H. O'Hnnnon, has return
ed from a visit, to relative in An
Mrs. drover C. Anderson, of Mt.
Sterling, is visiting friends nnd re
The Warren Gripby Chapter, V.
D. C, ill mt-rl ilh Mr-. J. W. Al
torn, Tucdnv nftenioon, nt 2:30.
Col. .1, I). Swope, the populnr Cir
cuit Clerk, is down with miollier -
crc asthmatic attack.
Mr-. W. 0. Hurke and little "on
of Itiehmond, are visiting Miss Lena
Palmer nnd mother Mrs. Pruitt.'
Mr. nnd Mrs. Phil Price, of Cyntlu
inna. spent several days with Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Anderson.
McMlnnict. Cook, Riffo nnd Will
Riffe, nnd JittU son, Daniel, of Hus
tonville, nr guests of Mrs. Jessie
Mrs. J. V. Larue, has relumed to
her homo in Louisville, after n visit
to her parents, Col, Huff Dnddernr
Mrs. W. J. EdmiMon, Missc Snl
lie McWhorter and Eva Taylor, of
Crab Orchard, were here shopping,
Dr. T. W. Pennington nnd wife
nre rejoicing over tho nrrivol of n
little daughter in their home. She
has been named Martha Adams for
Mrs. Pennington's mother.
Mr. I!. M. Houchins of the cele
hrnud Elixir Sirring, visited reln
ties in Anderson count v last week.
.1. T. Embry, of tho Auditor's of
fice at Frankfort, spent Saturday
nnd Sunday with hi family here.
Mi" Jennie Inncnn has returned
to her lionv in Lancncr, after n
visit to her stter, Mrs. Charlotte
Wairen nnd family.
Mr. II. C. LcCompte, of Frankfort
joined hit wife nnd baby hero Inst
Saturday, who nro visiting Mr. Rey
nold;; and family.
Mrs. Tom W. Gooch nnd Mis
Sarnh Curtis of McKinney, have
been tho gncts of Mrs. A. C. A1
ford. Mis? Elizabeth Jackson, of Wnl
ton, Ky.,-hns been a recent visitor,
of Miss Snllio Hurdette.
Misses Luln May Uruce nnd Sotio
Alcorn, of Danville, spent several
days last week with Judge J. W. Al
corn 2!id f njsly.
Mr. A. C. Atchlcy nnd children,
arrived in Stanford, from Tennessee,
Friday evening, much to tho delight
of Mr. Atchlcy, forjmn 1 pr'nler on
tho I. J.
Mr Homer Winy was hern Sunday
from Danville, with his family, who
have not moved to their new homo
yet on account of being unable to
find a house.
Those who camo down from Crab
Orchard, to attend tho show last
Thursday night, were Mr. and Mrs.
Reuben Bronaugb, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Wallace Goyer, Mrs. Carpenter, nnd
Misses Ellen nnd Bess Holmes.
Mrs. John Anderson, of Hubble is
vith her sister Mrs. Allio Thompson
who is reported quite sick. Mrs. J.
W. Acey, of iBtanford' is hero vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Hughes. Lancaster Record.
Mis Mary Anderson, of Preach
ersville is here visiting relatives.
Mr. 8. D. Lewis, of Mt. Vernon,
was in town n while Saturday,
Mr. James Morshlnn, of tabnnon,
Junction, is hero with relatives.
ii Mnv Wnrren la visitinz tier
sister, Mrs. C. F. Uurnctt, in Crab
Miss Willie Hello llollzilaw, who
has been visiting in Winchester hns
Mrs. .1. W. Hngin, of Covington, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. II. C.
Mr. Rodman Kecnon, of Hnrrods
burg, arrived Sunday to be with her
sister, Mrs. T. W. Pennington, nnd
welcome that pretty little niece who
nrrived last week.
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Seals for the Contest on sale at
Sliugnrs' Drug Store.
A nico line of box candy nt Pen
ny's, the Rcxall store.
When you want n bond of any
kind se0 Fish & Bromley. They
represent tho American Surety Co.,
largest in the world. 21-tf.
Misses Strnub extend to you n
pcisonnl invitation, to attend their
millinery spending, Wednesday
Two stray hogs, a boar and n
gilt, came to my place, nnd owner
can get Mirao by paying for this ad
nud their keep. Jns. P.Rogcrs, Crab
The ladies aro invited to nttend
niv opening Saturday, March 30.
Mrs. J. C. Lynn. 24td
For entarrh, deafness caused by
catarrh breathe Hyomei and end nil
misery. G. L. Penny guarantees it.
Complete outfit including inhaler $1;
extra 1(ltes if needed CO cents.
(Pronounce it High-o-me.)
A spirited content is promised for
the Oratorical Contest Fridny night.
Come nnd hear the oratory and good
See the best oil stove on tho mar
ket nt Gcorgo 11. Fan-is' 22-tf.
for tobacco beds at
Col. Huff Dnddernr says that since
Carroll has gone, he hns decided to
sell the. celebrated W. II. Trnylor
rnara nnd will put her up to the high
est bidder next court day.
Klenzonn. For cleaning glows
silks, woolen goods without injury
to Color or fabric.
Miss Ella May
Oratorical Contest Fridny night,
nnd 3o ccnr.
Admission 15c, 23c
See Fish & Bromley about that In
surance policy today. It is better
to be safe than sorry. They give
you the kind that protect.
An oratorical contest is of great
advantages becaiuo it require- phys-i-cnl
cournge to stand gefore an nudi
eucy nnd because the orntor must
think iu composing orations. "As u
uinu thmketh in his hend so he is he"
Xolilo thoughts foster noblo actions.
Contest Opera House Friday March
You'll Want a New
Buggy For Easter
Springtimo is here nnd everybody is
riding again. Como iu and see the
stylish new rigs we have just got
ten in. We have, without any doubt
the most complcto lino of buggies
ever seen in Stanford. It will pay
you to look them over. Come early
and get your pick. Our styles ae
Columbus, Meyer, Ahlbrand, Crr
nlal, etc, all high grade work and
good lookers, the best on the market.
E. T. PENCE,
Your attention is called to the dis
play of patterns and tailored hats,
Wednesday March 27. Misses
The Indies of the Baptist church,
will have nu exchange April 5. at the
post office. Everybody is invited.
Remember the Oratorical Contest
nt tho opera house Friday March
21)h nt 8 I. M., Admiiiion Joe, 2."ic,
First excursion of season on L. &
N., will leave Stanford for Louisville
and return April 7th. It leaves Stnn
foid nt 0:30 A. M., nnd reaches
Louisville nt 1025 A. M., leaves
Loui-villo nt (1:30 P. M. Fare fl.75
What kind of insurance do you
wnntf Fish & Bromley have it. 23-tf
Mi Ella Mny Saunders, requests
you to see hev pattern hats and
lutc-t millinery, Saturday, March 30.
I (recommend Jcs-e D. Wenrcn,
the Insurance Man and' the com
panies represented by him for their
prompt payment of our los on Mar,
10, HI 12.
J. T. JOKES.
Rev. J. J. Dickey will preach nt
McKinnty next Sunday morning nnd
Beginning the fir-st of April we
will adopt n strictly cash system
and will extend eredit to no one. We
found this to b0 absolutely neces
sary, in the successful conduct of
our busmess. iiy selling strictly lor
ertt-ll we will be enabled toffer bet
ter bargain", nnd give onr customers
a better service on everything. We
hnvp only the freshest fruits, fancy
groceries, etc., and set the best meal
in town for 25 cents. Come see us.
C. L. Goer. i
When you have rheumatism in
your foot or instep npply Chamber
lain's Luiiment nnd you will get
quick relief. It costs but a 'pinrter
Why suffer? For sale by G. L.
The judgi'K of the Oratorical Con
test are from neighboring towns nnd
nre skillful t-penkers.
The Junction City Lumber Com
pany will sell cheaper than usual for
cash, this jear. Writo them foT
prices nil kinds of building material,
cement, lime, sand, stock nnd poul
try fence, etc. Junction City, Ky
Nice blue grass farm, of 103 acres
within two miles of Stanford for
Apply to Adolph Von Grueni-
$100 Reward, $100.
Tbr rtmdrr cl thte luprr will b plrurd to tram
thai Um k at Irut one UrrJr-l dkwsM tfcat Kirsre
has brro abl to curt In all lu ttaara. and that II
Catarrh. 1111 Catarrh Cure B tfce only poutit
turt ooir known to the mnlk-al rratrrnitr. Catarrh
brine a mnatltutioiul dmraae. rrquirra a tonttitu-
Oonal uratmrnt. llaUa Catarrh Cure la Ukrc tn
tcrnaUf artlna- dlrr Or unun the blood and murou
rurfarr ol the. T1m. thrrrbr drtroyUu th
foundation ot in dk-raar. and rlrtng the patient
rtrrnath br bulldlnx up the conatttutlun and alt
Inv nature In dotna Ita wrtrk. Ilie proprletrrt bae
u much faith In Ita rurathe poen that ttcy cflrr
(lie Hundred IMtlari for any raw that It (alia to
rure. r-enu l-r list ol iratimoniaia
Addmn V. J CIII.NUV A CO.. Toledo, O.
rold br all linuk-lita. lit.
"ale Hall t am- r run for rotutlpatK .
Trotect your loved ones with a lifo
policy in the, Old Northwestern. One
of tho most liberal companies in tho
world. Fish & Bromley. 2-tf.
Parties wanting rooms nnd offices
cntl at Stoto Bank & Trust Co. See
their nico rooms. 11-tf
The Sunbeam Band of the Bap-,
list churclrwill meet ncx Snudny af.
tcrnonn nt three o'clock. Everyono
is invited to nttend, parents especial-
Jho Womens Missionary Society
of the Baptist church will meet with
Mrs. J. C. McClary next Fridny af
ternoon nt hnlf past twd o'clock.
The members nre requested to hand
in their offerings for tho Week of
I'rnjer by that lime.
The. Baptist church Sunday school
will have a special Missionary pro
gram on Easter Sunday., April 7th.
The Roynl Slave nt the Opera
Hones last Thursday night, was one
of tho finest of the f-ensmi nnd n
good crowd enjojed it.
Announrement was made by Pas
tor J. B. Jone, of the Baptist
church. Sunday that the revival ser
vices which uic to be conducted by
Rev. J. W. Porter, of Lexington, will
begin on June 10. They will last
about two week-.
Wc receive fieslu fruit every day.
Telephone us your order. Gover's
Do you know thnt of all the minor
ailments colds nre by far the most
dangerous! It is not the cold itself
thnt yon need to fenr, but the seri
ous disenses thnt it often lends to.
Most of thee nre known ns germ
disease. Pncumonin nnd constipn-
tion are among them. Why not
take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
cure j'our cold while 'on enn? For
sale by G. L. Penny.
' SPECIAL COURT DOCKET
The Lincoln Circuit Court meets
in a two-weeks special term today
the 2Cth, to try criminal cases, chief
ly. The docket as called is as fol
lows: Commonwealth of Kentucky vs
Same vs Felix Roe
Same vs Will Fender
Same vs Knpier Mason
Snme vs Same
Same vs Tom Hicks.
Snme vs Raymond Noel
Snme vs Jim Tall
Same vs John Tnrtcr.
Snme vs Newman Pnton
Snme vs Dave Hieks
Snme vs Lando Dowoll otc.
Same vs George Reynolds
Same vs Bob Bnssctt
1 Same vs John Tartar
2 Same vs Anderson Cnrr, Jr. No 1
3 Snme s Same, No. 2
4 .finwc vs Casper Apt No. 1
3 Same vs Jas. Rogers, No. 1
C Same vs Same No. 2
7 Sumo vs Juke Wallin. etc.
5 Same vs G. D. Hughes,
i) Snrao vs Woods Carpenter,
10 Same vs Charles Reid
11 same vs W. S. Benedict
12 Snme vs John Thornton
13 snme vs Josh Wilson,
14 Samo vs G. C. Lutes, No. 1,
15 Samo vs II. E. Christie,
10 Same vs Sam Owens Hockcr,
17 Snme vs Mat Reid, No. 1
IS Same vs Same No. 2
111 Same vs Andcrsoti Cnrr Sr., 1
20 Same vs Chas. Baughmnu.
21 Same vs Wm. Murray, No. 1.
22 Same v Same
23 Samo vs Ed. Salter No. 1
24 Samo vs Same No. 2,
25 Same vs Pciin Williams
2(5 Same vs W. P. Buchanan, No. 1
27 Same vs Samo No. 2
2S Same- Arch Najlor
2'1 Same s Joo Broughton
30 Samo vs Clnudo Hughes
31 Same vs Marcus Moore, No. 1.
32 Same vs Same, No. 2
33 Samo vs dasper Apt. No. 2.
31 Same.ys amo No. 3 ,
35 Samo vs Same No. 4
30 Samo vs'feamo No. 5
37 Samo vs Anderson. Cnrr, Sr. 2.
38 Same vs Same No. 3.' '
39 Same vs Anderson Cnrr, Sr. 4.
40 Samo vs Green Hansford, No. 1
41 Samo vs Same No. 2
42 Snme vs Ghjij Baughmnu No. 2
43 Same vs Johnllnys
401 Samo vs Eb Brown
45 Snmo' vs Mole Alcorn
4(5 Same vs George Harlan
47 Same vs Everett Brown, etc,
48 Snme vs Marcus Mooie, No. 3.
49 Same vs Jesse Brock etc.
50 Snrao vs Newman Patton, No. 2
51 Same vs Joo Baugh l
62 Snme vs G. C. Lutes, No. 2
53 Same vs Same, No. 3
54 Samo vs George Settles, No. 1
55 Same vs Same No.2
60 Same vs Lewis Humphrey
57 Same vs George Walls
58 Samo vs Andy Geisler
50 Same vs Geo. Settles No. 3
GO Samo vs Will Lewis
Daisy Huffman Hrs vs Daisy
D. M. Lipps Hrs. vs D. M. Lipps
M. G. Murphy vs Farmers' Home
Telephone Company, V' ..
John Burton Hrs vs Jim Burton Hrs. )
in our window.
Our NEW LINE of Ox
fords for Men, Women
Tans, Patents, Gun Met
als, Velvets, and Kids.
The latest styles of the Shoe crea
tion now on display.
Make your selection from a full
stock of kinds and sizes.
Cummins fc Tearen
But come see for yourself. We have '
the dandiest line of silks ever seen In
Crab Orchard. Messalines, taffetas,
Peau De Sole and everything In -soft
silks. Come in and see our line be
before you buy.
L. L. Sanders,
THINK THIS OVER.
This Offer Should Gain the Confi
dence of the Most Skeptical.
We pny for all the medicines.ufcd
during th0 trial, if our remedy fails
to completely relievo you of consti
pation. Wo tuko nil tho risk. You
arc not obligated to us in any tray
whatever, if you accept our offer.
That's n mighty brond statement,
but we mean every word of it. Could
anything bo more fair foryou?
A most scientific, common-sense
treatment is Rcxall Orderlies, which
aro eaten liko candy. Their active
principle is n recent scientific dis
covery that is odorless, colorless,
and tasteless; very pronounced,
gentle, and pleasaut in action, end
p.-.iticiilarly ugireuuie iu tjvery wuy.
This ingredient does not couse diar
rhoea, nausea, flatulence, griping, or
other inconvenience. Rexall Order
lies are particularly good for chil
dren, aged and delicate persons.
If you suffer from Cholera or
habitual constipation, or the asso
ciate or dependent chronic ailments,
we urge you to try Rexall Orderlies
at our risk. Remember, you can get
them in Stanford only nt our store.
12 tablets 10 cents; 30 tablets, 25
cents; 80 tablets, 50-cents. Sold
only at our store. Tho Rexall store.
Penuy's Drug Store.
r SURETY BONDS
Konld Amundsen, discoveror of
the South Pole, will visit tho United
States and deliver his first North
Ameiieaii lecture at Washington.
QUEEN & CRESCENT
Reduced fares to Cincinnati and
a Missionry Exposition of interest
;o nu. Tickets on Sale March 11 to
13, inclusive; 18 tO 20, inclusive, 25
to 27, inclusive nnd April 1 to 3, in
clusive, good, returning, within four
dnys includinjr date of sale. An-
ply to nearest ticket agent, Queen &
Crescent route, for full information.
My new spring and summer sam
ples nre now ready for your inspec
tion. They compnso the best on
the market. I can suit anyone as to
price who had his clothes mado to
order. A suit made to your measuro
is preferable to teady uiude clothes.
To have them made to measure
doesn't cost any more than ready
made when quality and fit is con
sidered. 'Come in and let me take
H. C. Hupley, The Practical Tailor.
J. C. McClary
UNOKRTAKIR ANB IMIALMIR
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