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THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Muster Wt K. Sliiignrn, was with
relatives in ltiehmond Inst week.
Jlra. A. W. Carpenter, of Hunton
ville, in visiting Mrn. Jessie Stngg.
.MiH.t Bertha .McCIuro is nlilu to b
wit Hgnin nftcr Bovernl days illness.
Mr. J. 1'. Toltcn, of Lebanon was
hero Monday on luisiness.
Judgo John N. Mencfeo nllended
the big Huscu-lt f peaking in Lotiin
II, Ilownii Saufley was over from
Frankfort to spend Sunday with hid
family. ' -
Miosis. Ij. M. Sutcr nnd Harry
('nmniu. were in Danville, Friday on
Imsinesa. - -
Mrs". 1". 1). F.nd is i-Jting her
istcr, Mrs. 0. I. Horsey, in Louis
ville. MM Edna Smith of Corhin, who
ii jrrndnatn if Caldwell College
this year, w ith her mint, Mr.
MrH. W. H. fioode and daughter
MiM Lonnic, nin xv it li relatives and
friend at Millcdgcvill.
Mr. Wullnco Singleton eniiie hoinn
from Lexington, where ho in attend
ing sahnnl to eiid Kntiter vacation,
with rotative and friomU.
Mimr. J. I.. Hwley, W. W.
Hay, and (1. (1. Boazlcy motored
orw to Louivill( Saturday in Mr.
0. 0. Bomdey'a Overland oar.
1!. f. Walton, editor of tbn Som
emet Tiino anl son Gaihnrn, came
up to take in the ourl day crowd.
Mr. and -Mr-. .Ihn . iMintlimnn,
took in the bi(T Miaaionar.v Hxmi
tion at rineitinati taut wok.
Mr. and Mr. K. .1. Waller, of
Imiavillo, are vinitinir thWr daugh
ter. Mr. Thumaa Ends.
Jllas Marin Crawford, who in at
tending srhool at Kiehroond, apont
K'Teral days with her parent hero
Mr. niid Mr. .. W. Crawford.
Mr. J. I'. Coyee, who hn been
upoadinc the winter with her sis
ter. Mr. .1. T. Haekley. left Tne
day for her home in San Antonio,
Mr. .T. W. Sweenev nnd dnnehter
Maltha Wnrd. and Mr. Guv David
son nnd son, Robert Bnton paed
thronsh here rriday, on their way to
Mio Kncenia Hubble, who ha
been attending ehool at ltiehmond
ba returned to her home in Mp
Klnney. On Inot I'ridav evening Mi Map
KM Stare entertained n number of
her friend-. Thoo preent were
Mi? Allie Vnnti. Lottie Cnron.
flrr.rc Itrndv and Lena Palmer.
Mer. Loean MeCall. S. Albert
Philliivs, William Wileher nnd Hud
son Bohon, of IIu-tonMllo.
Dr. W. X. Crnig, of Helen, spent
Sunday with his l'ninily lierc.
Mr. Kohurt Davis, of Cincinnati,
was hero Sunday with friendfl.
Mis Mamie. Whilo ha returned
homo nftcr a visit to Minn .Mary
Cnitwright in Louisville.
-Mr. and Mrs. Will Simpson, of
Lancaster, spent Friday with Dr.
and Mr. W. II. O'Bnnnon.
Itcv. William Hopper ,of Purnsido
has been at homo ceiernl tlayn with
Telativefl and friends.
Mi. E. L. Oooch and children, o'
l.iHinnkM, aro with her mother. Mr.
Similiter at Crab Oiohnrd.
Mr. Mary Mullingcr, who lia
been alnjiiig with .Mr. W. H. Shank
for ee.ve.rnl week, lins returned to
her home in Hiehmoiid.
Min Margaret nuil Elizabeth Fox,
)f Danulle, Imvu been the recent
guetls of .Mr. M. S. BuukIiiiiiiii and
Mis KusM-ll Dicho ,of Lnndon in
visiting her aunt, Mis. George, Mar
iin. Miss Snllio MoWhnrtor wns down
from Crab Orchard, Snturdiiy shop
ping. Mr. .1. II. Honaker, President of
the llii-tonvillu Telephone Co., was
in town on biiHiue.
Misinr. J. C. Koynold. Coo Mo
er and S. A. Phillips wont to Lon
don, Saturday to cheer our boys in
Mih lleilhn .Iaokon upent Sat
urday and Sunday with iduthes in
Dr. Thoinn Ljito w-bb down from
t'rab Orehard last week on 1mm-
.Mr. John Sam Uwatoy wont to
Milleroburtr Satiinbiy to ee hi on,
.lame, who is attending ehool
.Mr. Horaeo Walker, of Lmii
vill, xtoptpl over hero a short time
Saturday on hi way to Lancaster
to vitit bis rolntivea and friend.
Mi8e Cora nnd Mary K. Itey
nolde, of Morelrtiul hnc pono to
Ciiuiminti to ppoml a few week with
their Mister, Mr. It. S. Hrumfiohl.
Mr. Sanfoid Allen, of Millcrsburv,
whs hero Sunday. His little daugh
ter Kliraheth Hush, who ha been
with her0 grandparents Mr. nnd Mrs
K. P. Woods returned hom0 with her
Mr. J. J. Dickey left home lat
Friday to attend "The Woild 5n
I'lnciniinti," the jjii'at Missionary
l'!xpoxition. From Cincinnati she
pies to Washington, 1). C, to attend
the Council of the Woman' Mis.
Mowiry Soi'iety, of the M. K.
t'hureh South, which wts Atnl 10
1S. The president if the I'nited
Suites give the Council a recep
tion, at the White Hon-o April 10th.
Mrs. Dukev will ho at home about
Mr. J, F. llohhiiM ha.s returned to
hi home m Crab Orchard.
Mi. J. II. Lawrence of Mt. Ver
non, wa heio whopping Saturday.
Miss Mary McUobeit. of DuiimIIo
wn iu the. tinin, Satuiday goiiij,'
Mix Miuiiiu Woods has been the
recent guest of Miss Jennie. Higpiiis
Little Isabelle Warren spent Sat
urday and Sunday with lclatives i'
.Mr. Clinton HiiMtiu, who is tele
phono malinger nt HuMouvillc, took
tlm t mill heio Satuiday for Lanens.
Ur, whrrn hn will visit hi parent"
Mis (iciiruibi Wilkinson wns the
unest of Mi-ics Hesslo and Willie
Wilkinson, of Lancaster, Saturday
Mr. M. i:. l'i.sh, of Crab Orchnrd,
has been visiting her dmmhter, Mes.
dames .1. (I. Carpenter nnd D. M.
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Ifoom for rent over W. II. Iliggins'
Wool -nek nt Stntc Ilnnk & Tnut
Co., tag wool nicely. ). D. Knds &
Sec Fish &. Bromley about that in
surance policy today. It is better
to be safe than sorry. They (jive
you the kind that protect.
The Count v Ilonrd of Hdiieation,
f Lincoln county, Iy will ie'e.e
bids on the repauing of the college
building iu Stanford, Ky.. on April
the Sth nt 'J P. M. Specifications
will be found iu Supt. Singleton's
office-. Win. Laudgrnf, Sec'j. J(i-1.
Klonzona. For ebai"ng gloves
ailks, woolen goods without injury
to color or fabiic. Mis Ella May
1 10 egg incubator and 1 10 chick
brooiIiT for side n renl bargain.
Good as new. For further infer
laation write A. C Coffev, McKin
ney. Ky. Ull-Up.
Will cut out 'J00,000 chestnut
shingles nnd 1,'JOO log?. Joseph
Wielane Ottenheim. 20-1
in our window.
Our NEW LINE of Ox
fords for Men, Women
Tans, Patents, Gun Met
The latest styles of the Shoe crea
tion now on display.
For Sale. One. four-room house,
and lot or would sell 5 acres of best
of land with the Iioiim'. If not sold
would rent it nil. This is a bargain
laving outside of city limits on depot
street. Coinu at once. W. M. Mil
ium Lancaster, Ky. 20-3p
-Air. Kosc, representing the Detroit
Vapor Stove Co., will give a cooking
demonstration on the wonderful
wickle-s oil cook stove, Wednesday
ninl Thursday afternoons. Every
housekeeper is cordially imitcd to
make us n i-it ami wit lies', this
demonstration. W. II. Higgins.
I Ititntlut Hyomei and lelieve ca
tarrh in a few minutes. Iircnthe it
jreguhuly and banish cntnrrh entire
jly 0. L. Penny guarantees it. Outfit
i including inhaler $1. Separate but
tles 50 cents.
For Sale or Evehange. My house
and lot near Depot, Kowlnnd, Ky.,
1 eight room hoii-o plentv ot water
at door good barn and out house,
.od repair with store in connection.
1 will -ell this property cheap or will
evehange for a small improved farm.
For information call on or writo
Frank Cordier, Rowland, Ky.
Make ycur selection from a
stock of kinds and sizes.
Cummins fa Zearen
I'util April IlOth 10PJ. you can
have a $1.00 book Free with a year's
subsciiption to the Delieator or Ev
er body's, or Adventures. Placo
your orders! with II. L. Steger,
Mngazine and Newspaper Agency,
Crab Orchard. Ky.
Protect your loved ones with a life
policy in the Old Noithwcstcrn. Ono
of th most liberal companies iu the,
world. Fish & Hromley. 24-tf.
SI 00 Reward, $100.
Th rrder el thl paPT UI t plraanl to lra
ttiat thirv U at lrat on Urrattnl ilbH-u tluit ath-tire
tuu U-rn abio to cure In all Its vUfi-m, aiul Itiat Id
Cat&rrli. llaila OiUrrb Curt h thp tmiy iHwith.
rur. iiuw kiumn to tits mtxliial trattrnit) faiiirrh
U.i - k.&u.J i.- rrs-u-K. i r-.sif.tu
tktual trratiiK'itt llitla t uUrrti cur U takrc in
tcniiilv artuiir Ulrntiv uiuii tl bkkt.1 aiul nmr'i
aururtii vt the fttm, lltrrrby tlfatniyliitf th
totin 1 tl Ion ot ttif tlwitw. aiul irltlrtu ttir i4tii"l
itriu:tli by bulkliiiK up tit. ruiiftltutkm ami aii.
iu tulurr In ilum4 Hi work Itu pnprutora ra e
mi icu ti fault In Ita rurath. imwiri tiitt ttiry i.rirr
trp JlmiOml ltiilura (or any ra tlut It lall to
rure. sciul lor lut of trtlruonlaU
Addri'M I' J till M.V .V lO.. lolnlo. O
soul Ur all liruk'tuu. '3r.
ake IUU t am- v I'llla for rontllpatK .
We have Just received from New
York, some very fine Blue Serge
Suits, all wool, to sell at $10. These
are real bargains. Sam Robinson.
See Us Before Buying
Your Spring Goods
Have nice Selection of Drug
gets, Mattings, Carpets,
Lace Curtains, etc. The
Correct Styles in Millinery.
Come aiul sec our Stock and
G. S. F&U1T7, MM, KI
In New York
IS buying at our store now, except that you get much lower
prices. Buying as we do at lowest possible prices, and having
much lower expenses, we can and do sell cheaper than any
Another difference is that we take a personal interest in our
customers and do all we can to please them and save them
Our present stock is varied and extensive enough to please
all tastes and all purses. We are showing over one thousand
Dresses and Suits in all manner of styles and quality and prices.
We have not forgotten those who still prefer to make up their
new garments at home, and on our first floor will be found
everything new in Piece Goods, Furnishings, Trimmings, Un
derwear, Notions, Etc.
Tailored suits this senson nre the best vnlr.es ever offered in) the
lii-tory of the Suit business, nnd we are showing hundreds of
them caiefully selected from the best makers in New York.
At $15 we offer quite an assortment of excellent suits made of nil
wool Serges and novelties. Iiettcr goods nnd better tailored
tbim sold for $1S..")0 last season.
At $25 we offer a prcnt variety of finest high grade tailored suit",
in St'igc. Whipcords, Itcdfords, and Novelty cloths. The-e
.nt. wonderful value, equal to any ever rold nt $32.50.
Xcw Chiffon Taffeta silk suits with handsome lace collars at all
pi ices fiom $15 to $35.
Wool and Silk Dresses
The one-piece tlie-s has come to stay because everyone likes them.
There is no "lottery"' business in buying these liko there is iu
hnving ono mnde. You see just how it looks before buying, nnd
the Xew Yoik factories aie so systematized that they nre turn
ing out beautiful ganuents nt very nominal prices
Wo arc showing over :J00 Wool and Silk Dresses at every price
fiom $6 to $40. The materials nre Foulards, Plain and Change
able Chiffon Taffetas, Silk Serges. Crepe Meteors, Chiffons,
etc., and Wool Serges, Ucdfords, French Chnllies etc.
Special attention is called to a collection of over forty styles of
dreses nt $13.50 and $15 Also to an assortment of Evening
lres" in Chiffons, white and colored Nets and Meteors from
An iiuineiie line ami the most exquisite White Dicses ever seer, iu
Danville. Prices too are ery reasonable, ranging from $6.50
to $40. Matorinls are Fro iit-h Voiles nnd 1'atistes, trimmed
with Maereme Laces, Cluny Lnce4, combined in nil manner of
The finest ones fiom $22 to $40 como one of a Mylo and they can
not be copied here so you can get an exclusive dress.
This branch of the garment business has grown marvelously in
the last two seasons. Tho styles nnd making have greatly
improved and prices lowered and we now sell them by tho hun
dreds. Prices aro but little more than cost of having made,
while they have "lines" and a "style" only an expert can
We nro showing over fifty distinct styles made of Scotch Ging
hnms, Chambrays, Linen-, Piques, Corduroys, etc., and prices
rause from $3, $3.75, $4.50 on up to $15
You cannot afford to ninko theso now, ns wo sell you well made
Percale nnd Calico Di esses at $1.00 and Gingham Dresses at
$1.50 and $2.00.
These are all correctly nnd neatly made, fit peifectly and styles
We offer petticoat3 mado of gcuuino Halcyon Messalinc, nn excel
lent imitation of all feilk Mcssnlino nt $1.00
Pure Silk Mescaline Petticoats nt $1.98, $2.75 nnd on up to $6.
Extra large sizo Chiffon Taffeta Petticoats nt $3.50.
We nre showing nil the popular vnrities of Silks. Foulards at 50c
to$l.50. Plain nnd changeable Taffetas, many styles of new
Strix Silks, till plain colors iu Messalines, Crepe Meteors,
-Marquisettes and all kinds of Black Silks.
cry new kind nnd all the old favorites. French nml nnmoin
Voiles nt 22c to 75c. Crepe Voile nt 65c. Merceiired Batistes
at all inices from 15c to 75c. Iatinc Cloth 30c to $1.00. All
qualities, of plain and fancy Flaxons. Embroidered Dot Crepe
at 30C and 50c.
A complete line of cotton corduroys in all size cords in plain white
and colored stripes at nil prices from 25c to 72c ynrd.
show an immense variety of Embroideries for dresses, Flounces
in 27 and -lu-inch, in both white nnd colored embroidery done
tin Voiles nnd Batistes, with Bands nnd Gallons to match.
Allover Embroideries of ninny kinds fiom 75c to $3 ynrd. Box
Kobes in white ami colors cry cheap. Materials to match
We have the sole agency for the three best corsets in the world.
Warners Hut Pioof Corsets nt $1 to $3 aio the best possiblo
for the juices. "Kcdfeni" corsets begin nt $3.50 and on up to
$10 and the "Gossaid" Front Lacing corset nt $3.50 to $12.
From these three lines jou nre nbsolutcly sure to get tho stylo
and shape best suited to you. and w0 have an expert Corset
tiorre who fits them nt no extra charge. Why not have ono to
fit 1 Tho corset must bo right before the dress will look ns
We carry every grade of stockings for men, women and children
and can furnish any thickness or thinness in cotton, lisle or
A dozen tliffetent kinds of hose in lisle, cotton and even n pure
silk boot hos0 at 25c. Better grades of cotton, lisle thread
and silk nt 35c. Still better qualities at 50c and tho best pur0
bilk IIoso ever offered nt $1.00.
Try our Cudet Hose for men, women or children. They nro nil 25c
nnd if they do not wear as you think they ought, wo will gjv
We are exclusive agents for all Munsing Union Suits for women,
children and men, and they uio absolutely tho best made.
They cost no more than others, but nre better shaped, fit letter and
wear better. Try them once nnd you will get Munsonized.
Many beautiful new things in Quaker Collars, Bcnl Lnco Fichus,
Elower Tins, Roses, Net Bows, etc., nt all prices from 25c to
Maereme and Irish Crochet Collars, Yokes and Collar and Cuff
Sets in gieat variety of styles.
A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO.