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THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1912.
Even an Art in Cutting Prices
The Article, the Time, the Price, are to be jointly considered. We have three lines of merchandise that are most desirable right
now, and we will make the prices so interesting that you will see at once the great saving.
36 inch Foulard Silk
In Tan, Brown, Navy, Copper and Lavendar. New QQft
and very desirable at the low price of OwU
per yard. Four to six yards make a dress.
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
The Warren Gripsby chapter U.
D. C. will meet with Mm. J. S. Nice
Friday afternoon at three o'clock.
Mint Itnth Darnell, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Geo. loiey, of Danville are guests
of Mis Maggie Stagg.
Dr. S. H. Southnnd, of Mt. Ver
non, came, down Thursday evening
Mis Ante YnntK of Lancaster, is
the gnest of her cousin, Mis Lottie
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Phelps of
Richmond, nre the gucMs of their
daughter, Mr. Itichnul Hoekcr.
Mrs. J. M. Mount, passed through
here Friday on her way to Danville
to bo the guest of her Meter, Mrs.
Mr Meridith I'mitt and children,
of Hurnside, nre i-itinp her parents,
Mr. and Mr?. 11. Chancellor.
Little Miss Lrnnrn Spires, of Mt.
Moriah, is the attractive pnet of
her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. T.
W. Hutchinson here.
Mrs. Eliza I'ortmnn. of Mt. Ster
ling, is here ifiting her sister, Mrs.
Nan Smith, of the county and other
relatives and friends.
Miss OUie Phillips, of Liberty, who
1ms Wen uith Mi" Gertrude Wilk
inson for several days went to Lan
caster, to visit Misses Willie and
Mr. and Mrs Joinh Bishop, of
the West End, were here Monday.
Mr. Bishop was summoned on the
jury while Mrs. Bi-hop came down
to do f.omc shopping.
Want Other Women to Know
How She Was Finally
Restored to Health.
Louisiana, Mo.:-"I think a woman
naturally dislikes to make her troubles
known to the public,
but complete restor
ation toheaiui means
so much to me that
I cannot keep from
telling mine for the
sake of other suffer
I had been sick
about twelve years,
and had eleven doc
tors. I bad drag
rlnn lnwn nnins.
pains at monthly periods, bilious spells,
and was getting worse all the time. I
would hardly get over one spell when 1
would be sick again. No tongue can tell
what I suffered from cramps, and at
time I could hardly walk. The doctors
said I might die at one of those times,
but I took Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegeta
ble Compound and got betttr right away.
Your valuable, medicine is worth more
than mountains of gold to suffering wo
men." Mrs. Bertha Muff, C03 N. 4th
Street, Loukiana, Mo.
Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and herbs,
contains no narcotic or harmful drugs,
and to-day holds the record of being the
most successful remedy for female ills we
know of, and thousands of voluntary
testimonials on file in the Pinkham
laboratory at Lynn.Mass., seem to prove
If yos wait (pedal advice write to
LyOIa E.PiBkkam MedJeJae Co. (coal
deatial) Lyaa, Mass, Year letter will
be efeaed, read aat aaiwerea by a
weaUa art kM la itrlet ewul 4eae
, Miss Jennie Wilchcr is quite ill at
her home in the country
Mr. and Mrs. .John Meier and
children, of Danville, visited friends
nnd relatives severnl days here this
Vest Chnncellor, of Lingtnu, is
here uith the home folks, suffering
quite 'severely with rheumatism .
Mrs. G. P. Maury, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
X. Menefee, Sr., hns gone to visit
Mr Maury's sister, Mrs. Hownrd
Gudgell at Owingsville
Miss Charlotte Warren is home
after teaching art, the past term at
Mi-s John Eva Hilton nnd her
nunt, Mi. Margaret Harold have
returned home from Junction City."
Mr. M. M. Taylor, of Lancaster,
took the trnin here Monday for
Bnrbourville to isit her daughter,
Mrs. R. M. Brown. Rev. Brown, of
Lancaster came this far with her.
Mr. W. .1. Price, of Danwlle, pnss
ed through here, Monday on his way
Mr. Clmbome Walton hn return
ed to his home in Somerset, after
a short visit here.
Mr. V. R. Mathews, of Danville,
who is with the Kentucky Central
Insurance Co., is here visiting Mr.
L. M. Suter.
Mrs. Logan Wood nnd Mrs. Louis
Lnndrnm visited Lnncaster relatives
Tuesday. Mrs. Wood attended the
dinner riven bv Mrs. It. E. McRob
erts in honor )f her ciMer, Mrs. John
Mount, nnd guest, Mrs. Roderick, of
Florida. Danville Messenger.
J. M. Lovell is visiting his daugh
ter, Mrs. iSilnfc Jones nt Somerset.
The ned gentleman hns been (juitc
ill, but his many friends will be glad
to know that he is much better now.
J. M. Cress is cairying his left
foot in n sling as a result of n ris
ing n it which is riving him some
trouble. Although it is quite pain
ful, he is so good n democrat that
ho fame in nil ihc way from Preach
ersville Sntuidny to attend the con
vention. Mrs. Will Craig nnd little daugh
ter, Jamie, went to Keren Wednes
day, to spend several days with her
husband, Dr. W. N. Crnig.
Misses Annie Vnnartdnle Crnig,
Jean Pnxton and Mntsy Grimes arc
visiting Mis Isabel Givens, in Dan
ville. Mrs. Bettio Moore, of Liberty,
who hns been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Ed Wilkinson here, iweut to
Lancaster, Wednesday to see her
daughter, Mrs. It. B. Wilkinson.
Mr. nnd Mis. R. M. Newland and
two attractive children went to
Richmond Sunday where Mrs. New
land nnd tlio children will make n
visit to her aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth
M. 0. Winfrey, formerly of the
Stnnford schools, was re-elected
Mipermtendent of he Middlesboro
city schools for tho eleventh year, in
succession Inst week. The Middles
boro Record printed n large picture
of Prof. Winfrey last week and
made a nice notico of his re-election.
MJsf Bertha Jackson, who tausht
clocntton fn the Stnnford Graded
School here the past term has re
turned to her home nt Walton Kv.
Miss Arnoln Rnmsev. of Pul'ut
Lick, came down Mouduv to attend
the Rnmsev and Hollowav weddinc
Mrs. T, R. Rnmse,v. and children
Lucille and Joe Cubbell. of Lancas-.
ter nre the truests of Dr. B. Rninsev
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Buy your tobacco setter from W.
II. Iliggins. The Bemis is the leader.
Vunnnlly's fine candies fresh by
exprcs, nt the Rexall store, Pemiys.
Call at once at E. T. Pence's if
you arc in need of n second hand
I will be absent from my studio
on Wednesday only for the present.
Miss Sacrny. 42-3.
Mail order groceries, investigate
nnd save money. John B. Higvins,
.Stanford, Ky. Phone 74. 40-2.
Insure with the leadlnq com
panies. Fish & Bromlev represent
them. All lines.
Tfc-t i" mo tiart ii wumi ( tla ftyMrj
UlAH ImI OlbrT dinrtM- put tirl t . U. Ill tu ft
rw jnn wai uptNr4 to l kirunbir. lir i rit
3MXir ) doctor prtKituiirrd it a total Jar c
ptnnt'1 local rrmrtlk. uh! br roniMi ii K
tn rurr ltt Itk-jU uratmvnu rrunoutirtd it Krurkti
Sorbrr tu mill Oiurrh to I a couLtullrcii C
MX. aid Utrrtvn niuirt ronrtilultoijU UiatQ;rDt
lUllt (aurrb Clin, iwuiuiM-turrd by 1 J CLii7
i cu Ti)i. Otiio. te thnoir ConuuikBlniroo
ihr iiuutfL It It Ukra lnt.mi.lr '" trum :0
IrriK to tftuprontuL It rta lllmtlT o O Moo4
uid miKuuii vurum ot tbv tri Tbrr c&"
lunJntl dolun lor ur m It bila to cue. Stw
1r rtrmixn and iratimoniaia.
AJdma 1 J Clir.NET a CO. Toledo, Ohio,
hold br nrutuu. IK.
Tate llaui ranuir rtus lor ewMUoauoo.
There came to my place, a flfcr
Owner enn get same by describing,
paying for keep nnd this notice. W.
L. Cordier, Stanford, Ky.
'P. D. Newland can furnih you
fresh Strnw berries every day by the
quart or crntc.
The ladies of the Baptist church
inll have n strawberry nnd cream
supper in the church nrd Friday
evening. Admission 15 cents nnd
all nre invited.
Congressman Harvey Helm has
made n speaking engagement for
nest Circuit Court day nt Liberty,
Casey county. He invites his op
ponents to be present nnd divide
time if they desire. He hopes to
meet all of his Casey county friends
there that day.
Her Health and Strength Bach
Again by The Use of Cardui.
Tampa, Fla. In a letter from this
city, Mrs. E. a Corum wrltas: "I was
all weakened and worn out with wo
manly troubles. My husband brougtt
me some CnrUut as a tonic, and, from
the first day, it seemed to help.
I had almost lost my reason, but.
thanks to Cardui. I did not. Soon, I
felt and looked like a new woman. I
think the remedy Is wonderful. I
recommend It to my friends, for I have
received great benefit from it."
Cardui acts specifically on the weak
ened womanly organs, strengthening
the musclea and nerves, and building
them up to health.
It helps to refresh the worn-out ner
vous system and relieves the effects of
overwork, both mental and physical.
Fifty years' successful use fully
prove the merit of this purely vege
table, tonle remedy for women,
In every community, there live soma
who have been benefited by Cardui.
The beneficial effects of this time
tested woman's remedy, soon show
themselves In many different ware
M. B.- Writs tot Ual,A4vorBpvQiu-
na Maiklaa Co.. CltatUMo, Tana., rat Sptmu
ruettotu. and M-paai book. HoaM Traataaaat
tat Wsaata." naUa Ula wt aar oa ratwaal,
White Serge Suits.
A few of these most desirable suits, the regular price of
which was $12.50 to $14.50. You can 01 Ef
take the one you like best for the cut price w I iwU
If you need another dress right now, these styles are desirable and
the prices attractive.
Two silver sets free.
Sick headache results from a dis
ordered condition of the stomach
und can be cured by the use of
Chamberlain's Liver Tablets. Try it.
For sale by Penny's Drug Store.
Bargains in Shoes. As we have
decided to close out our line of
shoes we will sell at n bartrain everv
dnv until sold out. as follows: $3
shoes nt ?'J."o and $1.75 shoes at
11.50, $1.50 shoes at $1.25, men's
tan low cuts $3.25 nt $2.50, all kinds
of children'6 nnd misses' slippers at
bargain prices. Come. We are glad
to show our line of shoes. W. M.
Thompson. Holdam's Mill Kv. -13
See the special prizes on display
nt Penny's drug store.
For soreness of the muscles
whether induced by violent exercise
or injury, Chamberlains's Liniment
i excellent. This liniment is also
hichlv esteemed for the relief it af
fords in cases of rheumatism. Sold
by Penny's drug store.
George D. Hopper, Jr., of this city
was in the vehicle which took the
prize as the best and hnndsomest
vehicle in the Central University
Carnival parade at Danville last
week. Riding with him were Misses
Nancy Logan and Mary McDowell
nnd Mr. Caldwell Wnlker.
In ordering his paper changed
from Bnrn-ide to Somerset, Mr. J.
W. Carson writes: "My daughters
and I have recently moved to Som
erset, where we expect to make our
luture home. Somerset is n little
dull at present but n mighty good
town for letired fanneis as well ns
business men; in fact a good place
to call home."
Rev. II. F. Surles will celebrate
his first anniversary as pastor of
the Il'istvuville Baptist church on
Sundny. All of the members of the
church nre cordially urged to be
Supt. Gnrlnnd Singleton hns re
ceived tho seco"l installment of sal
ary for the school teachers and will
ciw them checks if thev will call nt
his ofticc for it.
Four extra prizes added to the big
HOW THEY STAND
Vote For Entries In L. L. Sanders'
Tho following is the stnnding of
the contestants this week in the
piano popularity contest being con
ducted by L. L. Sanders, the hust
ling Crab Orchard merchant:
Miss Nnnnio Mdwell nnd Miss
Snmnntha Jones fiom Crab Orchard,
were in town shopping Monduy.
Iill Garner 143,839
Mrs. W. I). Newland 143.742
Mrs. Dove Garner 139,049
Ruby Pnrrish 120,999
Mumio Holmnn 104,805
Susie Butt 90,043
Ida Leo Campbell 74,473
Cecil Gnrner ...10,690
Berthn Rocers 10.77
Mahuln Howard ,.11.012
Eva Fletcher 2,58U
Bessie Reynolds 2,230
Jon ell Francisco lt232
Nell Davis 1,194
Marie White 1,030
Ruby Cress , . . . . 1,000
Hattie Bogie , . 1,000
A 15- Jeweled
Elgin or Waltham
Second Prize in Each District
W. H. MUELLER.
For Sale A few bales of No. 1
timothy liny; 50 bushels of oats, a
first class carriage horse, one good
buggy horse, Polled nnd Shorthorn
bulls, and 71 good 900-pound steers.
A. W. Carpenter, Moreland. 43tf
The Mexican Rebels under Orozo
co were given a heavy defeat last
. Honor Roll of McKinney school
for the month of Mav:
Grade 1. Bettie Mav Martin.
Hnttie Smith, Raymond Dillion.
Grade 2. Zenns Smith, Matt Dil
lion, Voyd Jones.
Grade 3. Frank Martin, Woodie
Goode, Iva Duncan, Elsie Reynolds,
Grade 4. Bessie Smith. Pearl Jar
boe, Frank Grider.
Grade 5. Tabithn Martin.
Grade 6. Rod Jarboe.
Tho McKinney band gave an ice
crenm and strnwberry supper at the
Lay House last Saturday night. It
wns well attended. The band fur
nished some excellent music nnd all
had a good time and a nice little sum
The ice cream factory is now in
operation and we can get the best
ice cream, cakes and other good
things to ent nt leasonnble prices.
Thp McKinnev school closed Fri
dav. after n verv successful stirim:
The Christian church hns received
a much needed coat of shiuries on
its roof. The members are Drenar
mir to have Children's Dnv exercises
on the second Suudnv in June.
Cured By Vinol Here is Proof
Seymour, Ind. "I was troubled with
a chronic stomach trouble, and five
weeks ago it got so bad I had to give
up work. I had tried various medi
cines without relief, and was finally
induced to try Vinol. After taking the
first bottle I was greatly benefited.
Am now on the third bottle and ready
to resume work. Am rapidly gaining
In weight and strength." Edw. Nle
man. It Is the curative medicinal ele
ments of tho cods' livers, combined
with tho strengthening properties of
tonic Iron contained In Vinol which
makea It so successful in restoring
perfect digestion and at the same
time It builds up the tired, over
worked and run-down system.
Try a bottle of Vinol with th"8 un
derstanding that your money will be
returned If It doea not help yes.
Q. L. Penny, atanfwrf, Ky.
Is the price of your own choice
of a pretty lot of Silk and Serge Dresses. Not a one that
sold for less than $9.00. As long as they 0C "TC
last you can have any one of these dresses at VVilv
Now is the time to get rid of
3-our rheumatism. You will find
Chamberlain's Liniment wonderfully
effective. One application will con
vince you of its merits. Try it. For
sale by. Penny's Drug Store.
And You Owe It To Yourself To
Wear The Best.
We carry a full line of them in
All-Wool Suits from
S12 50 to $30 m
Blue. Grey and Brown are popular
colors, and we have stocked-up on
a full line of them for your inspec
tion. They fit you, they wear
you, and cost you less
PRODUCES HOTTER FIRE
USES LESS OIL
GIVES QUICKER RESULTS
SIMPLE TO OPERATE
EASY TO CLEAN
ALL PARTS REMOVABLE AND
L. L. SANDERS, ;
J. M, Howell, a popular druggist
of Grecnsburg, Ky., "We use Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy in ur own
household and know it is excellent."
For .snle by Penny's Drug Store.,
Crab - Of eh ui KMfcMty,