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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 8TAWFIW1. KENTUCKY TUESDAY, JULY 2. 1112
WHAT IS THE SECRET
of the success of Severances' Sale? Why do they always get a crowd? It is this: We de
liver the goods. We sell the goods just as advertised. Hundreds of delighted customers
left our store Saturday. We still have bargains galore. We have on sale this week many
articles to take the place of those sold Saturday. Sale continues ALL this WEEK and NEXT
Don't Fail to Take Advantage
of This Opportunity.
SOCIAL a.y PERSONAL
Miss Lucilo Cooper is visiting
Mip. Frank Itobir.son nt Lnncnslcr.
5li" Sarah Hundley is the guest
of Mrs. TerTill nt Richmond.
Mm. Dcttio Unrnctte is quite ill nt
Miss Elizabeth IlolUclaw is visit
ing Mies Nora Brown nt Lnncnster.
Mr. Stamps Moore, of Paris, is the
guest of Mm. George Grveng.
Mi'tr iBnbclle Reynolds and Nan
nie McKinney, uf McKiuney, were
hcie n short limo Monday.
Mr. Will McKinney, of Williams
burg, has tcl uracil home after n
MSit to his brother, Mr. J. J. Mc
Kinney at Mt. Salem.
Mr. C. A. Province, of Ixiuisville,
hns been the recent guest of Dr. M.
M. Phillip? and Mr. S. Albert l'bil-
Mr. Jame. Kevins nnd Mi La
Verno Ncvius, -Tf Lancaster nro
here visiting their grandmother, Mrs
Mrs. J. E. Buck hno returned to
bcr home nt Gilbert's Creek nfter a
short vwit to her mother, Mn. Mnt
Mises Mary nnd Annie Miller, of
Lancaster, came over Saturday to
mule a short isit to Mrs. J. D.
Mm. J. E. Clannch has returned
from a visit to Mm. Ingnn Wood,
in Dnnville. Somerset llcrnld.
Mies Clarn Cooper. Mar. E. Mc
Kinney, Lyle Cooper nnd Mm. John
Owsley ICoiil nnd Mr. James Cooper
ittended the Chnutnunun at Danville
Mr. And Mm. Jame Menefee, of
Knoxvillc, Tenn., arc here on n vis
it to Ids parent, Mr. nnd Mrs. Juliii
Miss Mfirgnret Docker. is in
Lnncnster visiting her grandfather,
Mr. Alex Denny nnd other relative".
Mm. Will Docker went to Lexing
ton Pridny to attend the wedding
.f Miss Daisy Haines nnd Mr. Fish
rr. . .
Rfv. nnd Mrs. Homer Carpenter,
of Shelbvville, are receiving the con
gratulations of their mnnv friends
upon the birth uf n beautiful little
lain. 'iter, who arrived nt the home
mother's parents. Dr. and Mm. J. G.
Carpenter, hero lat week. The little
lady lias been named Eleanor Teti.
Freed From Shooting Pains,
Spinal Weakness, Dizziness,
by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Ottumwn. Iown. "For years I was
almost a constant sufferer from female
trou I) I in all It
shooting pnins nil
over my Inxly, sick
everything that was
doctors in different
parts of tho United
States, but Lydia E,
ble Compound has dono mow forme than
all tho doctors. I feel it my duty to tell
you theso facts. My heart Is -full of
gratltudA to Lydia E. PinkBam's Vege
table Compound for my health. "-Mrs.
Harriet E. WAMPLnrt, 621 S. Ransom
Street, Ottumwa, Iowa.
Consider Well This Advice.
No woman suffering from any form
of female troubles should lose hopo un
til sho has given Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vcgotnblo Compound a fair trial.
This famous remedy, tho medicinal in
gredlents of which nro derived from
nutivo roots and herbs, has for nearly
forty years proved to bo a most valua
ble tonic and Invlgorator of tho fe
male organism. Women everywhere
bear willing testimony to Uio wonderful
virtue of Lydia E. Pinkhom's Vegeta
If you waiit special ndylco. wrllo to
Ljdla E. l'luklmw Medlcluo Co. (con 1;
diutlal) Lynn, Muss. Your letter will
bo opened, rea aud BHswereij by a
noiuuu au4 beW U strict couHdcuce.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene Htownrt, or
Elizubethtowu, nro tho guests of Mr.
and Mrs. C. llnys Foster
Little Miss Mnrgio Lynn has re
tumid homo after a visit to her aunt
Mrs. Logan Wood nt Dnnville.
Mis. Will Ycnger nnd littbt daugh
ter, of VYctttborne, Tenn., are here
visiting relatives nnd friends.
.Mrs. Suo Bright and gritudckil
drcn Duller nnd llnrry Mills, of Mt.
Sterling have returned homo after a
visit to her daughter, Mrs. C. 11.
Mrs. E. P. Owsley, of Columbus,
Oa., has been the guest of her sister
Mrs. It. S. Putnam lor several days.
Mr. E. T. Carter, of Evnnsville,
Ind., joined his wife and son here
Snturduy to make u wsit to rela
tives. Miss Martha Ilouiincll is in Mid
way attending a house party Hven
by Mrs. W. Wise. Danville Mes
senger. Miss Elizabeth Stngg, of Hnrrods
burg, nnd Miss A mm Chancellor, of
Stanford, were guests of Mrs. liar
cy Miller. Danville Messenger.
-Mr. 0. W. Evans nnd Miss Annie
Evans armed last night from Kan
sas City to visit friends nnd rela
tives in this city. Danville Advo
cate. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Forcstus Reid and
family, of Danville, have come to
their country homo on the Hustou
villu pike, to spend the summer
Mrs. Marv E. Kendriek, wns call
ed home I.'i-t week from Indianapo
lis Indinnn on account of the death
cf her spc-in-'nw, Mr. 0. S. Coffey.
Miss Elizabeth Thatcher nnd her
Alnbamu guest, Miss Elinboth
Dearborn, nccoupaincd J. M. P.
Thntcher, lelt Tuesday for Olympian
Springs, where they will remaiii n
weik. Somerset' Leader.
K. H. WesJ, the popular Junction
City representative of the big Goy-ert-Vogel
commission house, of Cin
cinnati, diove over in a big nuto
Saturday morning accompanied by
his- pretty daughter, MibS Dertha
West, who mndo n splendid race in
the 1. J.'s great contest.
Some of tho out of town people,
who were hero Saturday wtre: Miss
ltutli Tanner, of .McKinney, and her
visitor, Mrs. T. E. Grey, of Fort
Worth, Texas, Misses Kntie and
Marv Huii&oii, f Moreland, Mrs. L.
II. Drown, of Lancaster, Mrs. L. P.
Wcaer and Mm. A. L. Ennkin, of
Hubble, Miss Annie Middletou, of
Crab Orchard. Miss Koe McCor
mnik, ami J. W. Itout, Miss Margar
et MiConunck and mother, Mrs. Em
mctt McConnack and Orestus Floyd,
of Hii-tonvillc, Mi3 Mattie Dishop,
nnd Mr. Mndison, Sandidge, of fore
land. The following compose a happy
hou-o partv nt tho liuppv home of
Mr. Joo E. Wright, near Shelby Citv.
.Mr. and -Mrs. J. W. Caskov aro act
ing as chaporones: li-ses Eliza
beth and Hattio Lee Jones and Miss
Bessio Dawson, of Columbia, Misses
01iia Willinniston nnd Sophia
Johnson, of Kuo.willc. Mr. Charles
Hankln, of Junction City, and .Mr.
Herman Creshnni, of Nashville,
Tenn. The entire party wero enter
tained bv Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Helm,
nt n six o'clock dinner Tuesday nf
urno.ni, nt their beautUul home on
the Shnkcrtown Pike. Thcv went
uer to Lexington and High Dtidge
list week. Mr. Wright is an ideal
host nnd Mr. and Mrs. Caskey rank
nt tho to ns entertainers.
Won 4th Prize In District No. 2
Miss Susie Roberts, of Junction Citv
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Look! Qcm Theatre for sale cheap.
New Perfection oil cook stoves nt
cost nt W. 11. Higgins. 6312.
Notice. 5 per cent, penalty ad
ded to school tax July 2'Jtli. L. It.
To Pike Contractors. All per
sons having contracts for repairing
turnpike roads, will plcaso forward
nnd execute their bond. Judge J. P.
Dniley, Judge. 51-2.
Stop, look nt our window Croquet
Sets from 75 cents to $3.50. Pen
ny's The Ecxnll Store.
For Rent. Three good rooms nnd
kitchen, downstairs, garden and
6tnblo room if wanted. Apply to
Mrs. Susan D. Yeagcr. 4C-tf.
Insure with the leadinq com
panies. Fish & Bromley represent
them. All lines.
No burners to get out of order, no
wieks to bother .with when you buy
nn oil wieklesi looker from W. 11.
The house of Mr. Sidney Dunbar,
of Hubble, was struck by lightning
nnd set on fire Inst Friday night.
The file was extinguished before
much damngo was done. Also the
home )f Mr. George Bright, in the
snrae neighborhood was struck by
lightning, but no dnmago was done.
Josh Cooper, tho Stnnford negro,
who shot Will Lancaster )f color
secrnl woeks ago, was tried in the
enmity court Friday nnd was held
under ?5Q bond for appearance in
the ciriuit court nt the September
tern. Lebanon Falcon.
Eight in your busiest'scason when
you lime the least time to spare you
are most likely to tnko diarrhoea
and lose eveinl days' time, unless
you have Chamberlain's Colic Chol
era nnd Diarrhoea Itcmcdy.nt hand
take a dose on the first appcaranco
of the disease. For sale by Pen
ny's Drug Store.
Lost. A tan rain coat, Monday,
between T. D. Newland's residence
on Somerset pike nnd town. Finder
incase leturn to this office and re
Ctati or Onto cm cp IcatDO. I
LeCAt Cocmi. f
riuMC J CiicMr-raikr oti thit hf Is Knlor
uriurr or in nrm 01 t. j mtrr co. doing
builorM in tne CHjr ot Tutalo. County and sut
aforrAjhl. nd that ukl Crni wilt pay th .um ol
DM: lll'Mini li ImiiI.AIH lr nrh M mr;
run ol t'4Tiii th rannot'lx curtU by the tae ot
1UIX CiTiJtil CVRt.
rnAN'i: j. cnr.Nr.v.
8wrm to SMm m ar4 jt'Ti'1 la tny prwtocr.
tsU its day o( Uccttatxr, A. l , lli.
I " I A. W. CLnASO.W
1 2Ji ( NOTAM I'lBUC.
Hall Catarrh Cure la taim tntrrnally and arta
dlrrctly uim lha biou.1 ana muroua aurUcn ot tbo
tiateni. toj lor trttlmontala. tir
r j cim.sxv a co.Toiio.o
foM br all Pruei lt. TSr
Iiit llali'a I'amUv liiu Mr ronttlmtlon.
a nice line or
Suit f!asfe afr
Also a nice line of
Ladies' and Children's
Parasols, all colors, 25c to $2.50.
Hughes, Martin & Co.
Happiest Girl In Lincoln
A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes, "I
had been ailing for some time with
tlironin cniwtipnlion nnd stomnch
trouble. I began taking Chamber
Iain's1 Stomach nnd Liver Tablets
and in three (lavs I wns able to be
up nnd got better right along. I am
the irroudcst girl in Lincoln to find
such a good medicine." For sale by
0. L. Penny.
'For Sale or Rent. McKinney
Conl & Feed property. If not sold
by the first of July will rent. This
is the business part of the property
consisting of one lot, 150 feet at
railroad track, one conl bin 02 feet
long, one warehouse 30xG0 feet an
other warehouse office and scale
building combined 24x52 feet, and a
first class wngon scale in connection
Best piece of business property in
the town of McKinney, first class
territory for business, trade now es
tablished on Coal feed lime cement
salt, brick. For any further infor
mation in regard to this property,
call to see or write E. 0. GOOCII,
Won 2d Prize In District No. 2.
; j a. '"'--i. J
Miss Sara Richardson, of Junction
Tho Court of Appeals lias affirm
ed the judgment of the Dell Circuit
Court in tho cae of Sajlor vs Com
monwealth. This closes the case
and Jno.-Rnylor must now servehis
sentence of from one to five j ears
in the penitentiary for obtaining by
fraud money from a Lexington Iu
Mis Snral M. Dunn, of this place
nnd Mr. lleiberl Sneneei, of Lexing
ton, wero married in that city yes
terday. Tho wedding was to have
been solemnized heio at the resi
dence of G. L. Penny, but ns the
bride's health is not good, tho cou
ple decided to marry in Lexington
nnd leave at once for the mountains
of North Carolina.
For summer diarrhoea in children
nhvnys give Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Eeraedy nnd
entor oil, anil a speedv cure is cer
tain. For sale by G. L. Penny.
1 -TaHPSe' T
Most of the farmers throughout
this section of Lincoln county arc
busy in the wheat harvest The
prospect for a good corn crop looks
veiy favorable, as it now stands.
Bo, who are in the boys' corn
crowing contest look out for Master
Willie Itusell, who has one acre on
the c.wVllent farm of IJ. II. Ciowe.
We feel safe in sujing there is not a
bettpr prospect in Lincoln county at
piescr.t. The ground on which this
ncrc of corn stands has been dark
ened like Egypt's soil under a swarm
of "Pharohs Locusts."
W. C. Wolford, who for the past
three years has been in Norwood,
has been visiting relatives In the
West End, also called on his old
friends, John F. Russell and Pntlick
Mrs. Frances Adkins, wifo of
William Adkius deceased, passed
away at the borne of her son, George
Adkins, of Somerset, June 2G, 1012,
nge.I ol years. Mrs. Adkms had
worked comc in her garden the even
ing before her death. Jt rs suppos
ed death resulted from heart failure.
The remains were brought back to
MeCorniack' church cemetery and
there laid to rest. Her relatives
and friends have our sympathy.
Mr. nnd Mrs. George Adkii-s, of
Somerset, aiu visitiug here now.
They expect to return to their home
in a few days.
It. II. Crowe told 93 head of lambs
lecentli, bringing in leturn about
.jf.U. Mr. Crowe has about the
ame number of lambs left to graze
on hii splendid bluo grass farm,
which stands foremost among the
best farms in tho state.
Willie" and Robert Russell are
breaking a beautiful Shetland pony
for It. II. Crowe.
School begins here July 15th, with
Mr. J". II. Wolford for our tencher
again. We are expecting a splen
did school this term.
Our Sunday school that Ss being
held in the schoolhouo is progres
sing nicely with a good attendance.
His Landlady's Advice
Probablv Saved His Life
I feel that Dr. Kilmer's Sw.ampT
Root saved my life. I inherited
weak kidneys. Tho discharge was
so frequent and painful that I would
have to stay in bed to obtain tem
porary relief. I consulted good phy
sicians but tho results were disap
pointing. My landlady advised me
to try Swamp-Root as the last re
sort, which I did and I was quickly
I continued taking Swamp-Root
nnd my weight has increased fifty
pounds. My health is of the best
nnd I have told many others about
Dr. Kilmcrs's Swamp-Root and have
done a lot of good in this way. i our
wonderful medicine is of great value
Yours very truly,
J. II. imUXDY,
83o Main St. Pawtucket. R. I.
The above statement mado before
mo 1 declare to be truthful in everj
detail. TJiomai Mnrsden,
1 Notniy Public.
Dr. Kilmer & Co..
Binnhamton, N. Y.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hnmton, N. Y., for sample bottle. It
will convince nnyone. You will also
reccivo a booklet of valuablo infor
mation, telling nil about tho kidneys
nnd bladder. When writing, bo sure
to mention the Stnnford Inteiio.r
Mr. Ernest Richardson nnd lovely
young bride, of Junction Citv have
moved in tho J. II. Ernest residence
nnd taken chargo of tho Standard
oil tanks here.
Mr. T. A. King is fixing to put a
concrete walk in front of his storo
and post office, which will mnko
Moreland more than one-hnlf milo of
concrete' walk. May tho good work
go on until Jioreland w connected
with Miltedgevillo and Hustonville.
Mr. John Moser has purchased
tho storo nnd coal yard of McCluro
nnl Neddie nnd taken rtosscsison.
Mis9 Ethel Cone left Wednesday
We Waited on Seven Hundred and
Fifty-Nine Customers Saturday.
for Chariton; Iowa; to spend the
summer with relatives.
Mrs. Joo Cox, of Stornes, Ky.,
nnd Mrs. J. O. McAlister, of Lex
ington, Ky., nre visiting their par
ents, Mr. and Mm. B. H. King.
Misses Mnrinh nnd Mnrgaret
Tarkington, of Boyle county, two
populnr young ladies spent'two days
with friends here lnt week.
Myers and Tucker shipped a car
load of lambs to Cincinnati last
Professor T. W. Shannon's family,
left here Iat Wednesday for Fred-
Home of,H.S. & M. All Wool Clothes
W. K. KKKK NS IF"
w w m a
town, Mo., their home. Prof Shnn
non is due io lecture in 23 'states this
summer. He lectured here eight
nights which wns the greatest series
of lectures that Moreland has. ever
and SURETY BONDS
The pattern you like
In the size you want
Crab Orchard, Ky. If,
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