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THE INTERIM JOtlBMAL, 1TAHF0HO. KEHTJICKV FWHAY, JMtY I, Hit
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J. F. Robinson, Plaintiff, vs Wcs
Icv I'cnmnn, Defendant.
Pursuant to n judgment rendered
in the above tyled action nt tbe
May term 1912, 1 will on
' MONDAY, JULY 8th, 1012
In front of the court houe door Jn
Stanford, Ky., offer for fjflle nt pub
lie outcry to (be highest bidder nn
acre )f round containing a dwell
ing on Dit river in Lincoln county,
Ky., boiiudcd thus: BeRinninj: nt a
cedur in line of Isaac Hnys nnd
Sue Blanks tbence S E 70 yards to
nu elm in linn between Isaac Hnys
70 ui (Is tu InlL-kfJe etUIlip, tileliCa
with line between Eddy Dall and
Inane Hays 70 yards to bcginniiifr.
The object of sale is to satisfy
plaintiff's judgment for $143 with
0 per cent interest from Oct. 2, 1910
nnd $7.90 with 0 per cent from Feb.
12, 1912 and i-12.50 with C per cent
Nov. 20, 1010, subject to these cred
its; $5 Match 20, 1912. $5 March
29, 1012, $4 April 22, 1912, nnd the
The ?a!s will L ni&d? on ft credit
of C mntli, bond with Rood se
curity for purchase price, bearing 6
per cent interest from date, payablo'
to Commissioner baring effect of
2...1 i i -,.. , i. i: :ii i.-
juuiui'iu iuu bucuiuu uj nun nm ue
E. D. Pennington, M. C. L. C. Cl
Mary E. Ferrill, Plaintiff, vs
Mary Jane Ferrill, etc., Defendants.
Pursuant to a judgment of Bale j
entered in the above styled case in
the Lincoln Circuit Court at its re
gular May term 1912, the under
signed Master Commissioner will at
about 1:30 o'clock P. M., on
MONDAY, JULY 8th, 1912 (County
Court Day) offer for sate at public
outcry to the highest and best bid
der before the court bouse, door in
Stanford, Kentucky, the following
described reality. ,
A tract of land on the waters of
Dix River in Lincoln county, Ivy.,
nnd bounded as follows: Beginning
in tbe enter of the Stanford and
Lancaster turnpike road on a cor
ner of W. G. Welch's nnd Bill Stepp
thence N Cl 1-2 V U poles 17 links
to a largo white oak tree corner to
George Benedict; thence N 33 1-4 E
84 poles to a stone corner to same;
tbenre S 59 1-2 E 70 poles 12 1-2
links to the center of the Stanford
and Lancaster pike thence with
some S 70 1-4 W 10 poles 15 links;
S 79 1-4 17 poles 20 links; S 54 1-4
W17 poles; S 59 1-4 W 29 poles 20
links S 08 1-2 W 29 poles 5 Jinks to
the beginning containing 21 acres 2
rods 34 poles of land.
This sale is made for the pur
pose of reinvesting the proceeds of
Terras: Said sale will be made
on a credit of six months and the
purchaser will be required to exe
cute bond with approved personal
security for the purchase price pay
able to the Commissioner, nnd bear
ing interest nt rate of 0 per cent,
per annum from date of sale; and a
lien will bo leserved on "the land to
secure tbe pnyraent of said bond
and same shall have the force and
effect of a judgment; Witness my
hand this June 15th 1912. 49-3F
E. D. Pennington, M. C. L. C. C.
Thursday, July 13 th, .
The Great Money Saving
Sale now Ready to begia
Do not mitt the place.
To Take Place in Stanford. Kentucky
Beginning June 22 and Lasting Until July 1 3.
A Rare Chance to Get What You Want at Prices You Want to Pay. On account of looking far ahead and over-buying
we see we cannot place our Fall Stock with this very large stock, It is yet a little early, but it must come.
Stanford's Largest Department Store offers All Clothing, Odd Pants, Hats,
Shoes, Dry Goods and Gents' FurnishingGoods at less than manufacturers cost
Attack on Helm Absurd.
Mr. Helm is running ngainst an
honorable gentleman, and we can not
believe that Mr. Sullivan has any
thing to do with the hatching up of
the absolutely ridiculous stntement
made by some of his promoters. Mr.
Helm' favors temperance legislation
and will not only vote, but will work
for the pah-age of a law by Con
press to preenl the shipping of li
quor into dry territory. The attack
on hira along this line is absurd,
and those making it are gnawing a
m - - aV
Ceaetipation, if Neglected,
Causes Serious illness
Constipation, i neglected, leads
to almost innumerable complica-
. tintii offctinir the urneral health.
Many cases m
other severe dis
eases are trace
able to prolonged
clogging of the
the effects o f
li. Ayers, 6 Sabin
St. i Moulpclitr,
.If amfoa Fffl.fAl
and hlllouiness for
years, and at tlmn became ao bad I
wouia Decome uncorwcioua. i nvo uoou
found In that condition many times.
Phy.lclani did not Deem to ba able to
do me any good. I would becoms
waak and for days at a time could do
bo work. Not Ion ao I ot a box
of Dr. Miles' laxative Tablets, and
after using- them found I had never
tried anything that acted In such a
mud and effective manner. I believe
I bare at last found the remedy that
suits my case."
Thousands of people are sufferers
from habitual constipation and
while possibly realizing something
of the danger of this condition, yet
neglect too long to employ proper
curative measures until serious ill
aess often results. The advice of
'all physicians is, 'keep your boweU
' ctMB, and it's good advice.
Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets are
mU by all druggists, at 35 cents a
, bK containing 35 doses. If not
' IS9M uuaiaetory( your nosey
MtUW MieitAirW, , M-
ST0P AND THINK BEFORE YOU GO ELSEWHERE AND PAY A
PROFIT WHEN THESE GOODS ARE GOING AT A GREAT LOSS
WE HAVE ALWAYS SOLD GOODS AT A VERY LOW PROFIT,
WE ARE AFTER THE CASH AND TO MAKE ROOM. WE WANT
CONDITIONS OF SALE:-THIS SHALL IE A FAIR, STRAIGHT
LEGITIMATE BUSINESS SALE, NOTHING ELSE. COME AND
SEE THE PRICES
Mens' and Young Mens' fancy and staple colored suits that will
cost you, elsewhere, $20, $2250 & $25, now at $1 1.96, $13.98, $16.98
Mens 'and Young Mens' Suits easily worth $13.50, $15, $17.50 and
$18.50 now going during this sale at .$6.48, $8.90, and $10.48
Look at these prices and then come in and look at good merchan
dise of a standard make. Pure Wool, Hand Tailored and the spring
styles. We cannot' now buy these goods at anything like what you
pay for them.
We have a full line and large stock of boy's knee suits that sold at
$7.50, $10.00 and $12.50 now going at $3.28, $4.98 and $6.98
Some worth $4.50 and 650 now $2.48, $328 and $429
Such chances you have never had before.
HATS! HATS!! HATS!!!
Straw and Felt Hats that sold for $2.50, $3, $3.50 and $4, now selling for $1.48, $2.39 and $2.94
We have Hats at 39c, 48c, 69c and 98c We have any amount of Men's Straw and Linen Hats, also for Boys, at 19c, 39c, 79c and 98c.
MEN'S ODD PANTS
$2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $5, $6 and $7.50, at $1.69, $2.24, $2.59, $2.88, $3.65,
$4.25 and $5.28
ALL KINDS OF UNDERWEAR and
Garments worth 50c and 75c now 39c
Garments worth 25c and 35c now , 19c
Union suits worth $1 and $1.50, while they last at sale price 78c
Remember, we do not do a credit business and therefore we can sell you much cheaper, and yet give you
MORE ABSOLUTE BARGAINS
Boys' Knee Pants at 19c, 39c, 69c, 79c and 98c.
All kinds of Little Men's am! Misses' Low Cat Shoes at your own price.
Men's Shoes and Oxfords
Shoes and oxfords easily worth $4 and $5 now going at ....$328
Shoes and oxfords were $3.50 selling at $2.94
Oxfords worth $3 reduced to $235
Oxfords worth $2.50 reduced to $1.94
Oxfords worth $2 reduced to $1.45
Ladies' Oxfords and Shoes
Ladies' oxfords and shoes in velvet, tan, white, Nubucks, gun metal,
patent and cravenette, now selling below cost.
$3.50 and $4 shoe now ... $2.85
$3 and $325 shoes now go at $2.35
$2.50 shoes now go at $1.98
We have about 700 pairs of broken lots that are good styles, but we
have no sizes, will offer them at a bargain.
Hosiery of All Kinds
Ladles' and gents' silk hose worth 75c and $1 now 39c
25c and 35c hose now 19c
15c sox now He
10c sox now .'.8c
Dry Goods of All Kinds
We have a handsome line of wash silks, all colors, that were sold at
25c and 35c per yard, now at 19c per yard
You can understand why we need money, but you cannot understand why we want room. We want room for our Fall
stock which will be coming in pretty soon. Low prices and better goods. Come and look around and you will save money.
Pennies here will do the work of dollars elsewhere.
We have a factory line of mens' and young mens' suits. Just received.
We are going to sell these at $9.95 and they are easily worth $15 and $17.50.
Neckwear of the Best Make
Mens ties easily worth 50c and 75c .now 39c
Some In the 25c and 35c quality going at 19c
Meu'a FIbb Dreaa Glove
$1.50 and 2.00 gloves $1.19
$1 and $125 gloves now 84c
50c and 75c gloves now at 39c
Poplins, Piqiesaid Cotton Corinroys at great rehctittts
Percales 12 1-2 and 10c now 8 l-2c
Ginghams lOcand 12 l-2cnow 8 l-2cyard
American and Simpson Prints now .4 I -2c per yard
Hope bleach and ether brands 10c and 12 I -2c quality now . 8 I -2c
India linen sold for 12 I -2c and 17c now 10c per yard
Childrens' play suit sand rompers now ... 19c, 39c, and B4c
Embroideries of All Kinds
50c, 75c and $1 quality now going at . -. 39c
25e, 35c, and 40c new 19c
The 50c and 75c qualitv new 3gc
25c quality now ife
REMEMBER THE NAME, THE PLACE AND THE GOOD MERCHANDISE.
SAN ROBINSON, Stanford, Kentucky
Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank.
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