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THE INTEHHIII JOUM.AL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1112,
SALE AT SEVERANCE'S
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IS IN FULL BLAST.
Come to town Mondav. court dav. and make it oav bv Dickinsr ud some of the manv bargains. We have vet a full houte of rood thinou
Many remnants accumulated from the first week's selling in the Big Sale will be marked and put on the Bargain Counter.
White Dresses, Gingham Dresses, Kimonos, Waists, Shoes, etc. at cut prices.
White Shoes and White Slippers for Your Vacation ttAXjatSSfflSfK:
shoes and low shoes
Ladies' Canvas Shoes, $1.50. Misses' Canvas Shoes,
Pumps, $1 .25. Misses', $1 .00. Children's, 75c.
9 o'clock Saturday morning. Watch the time of opening our store.
We do this in order to rearrange stock and get ready for the day's rush
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
Mi Jennie Pcpplcs was the
piot of Miss Mnry Lee (J hens Inst
week mid attended the Chautauqua.
Mi8 Snllie Cooke, of Pittsburg,
Pn., is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
0. II. Cooper.
Mr. Kute Miller, v.hd has been in
Pittsburg, Pn., teaching has return
i J here to ijend the summer.
Mis Belle RuiUy, of New Bed
ford, Mass., is the piest of her fil
ter, Mix. Sub Robincon.
Mws Ituth Tnnner nnd Mrs. T. E.
firny, of MeKiuney, were here n
short time Wednesday.
Mid Alton Scrivncr, of Iticlitnoml,
hns been the recent guest of Mrs.
A. C. Hill.
Mrf. W. D. Kne and Mien Corn
Lipp", of Hustonville, were here
Thursday the guests of Mrs. S. L.
Mr. C. H. Crawford, the district
manager of the Kentucky Central
Insurance Co., is here from Danville
for crnl dnjs.
Mims Mabel Rlnckerby, who has
Wen visiting Mr. and Mrs. It. M.
ltlnckerby returned to her home at
Falmouth, Ky., Friday.
Mr. J. W. Callahan and children,
of Lebanon Junction are sending a
few eeks with her parents, Mr. and
Mrn. Milton Warren.
Mies Myrtle Connney, of Flat
wood, Garrard County, is spending
the week with Mr. and Mm. Walter
Mim Cordn McAninch, Mr. Elmer
Dunn, nnd Mr. Cloyd McAniiieh, are
with Miss Ethel Sun n-nr Law
Tcnccburg. Mrs. Edgar Vest, of Kind's Moun
tain, nnd her two sUtere. Mrs. W. C.
Lee and Mi 01ie Green, from
Greenwood, Minn., are uniting Mrs.
Vest's mother, Mr. and Mr. II. D.
A vanished thirst
refreshed one; the
way is via a glass or
Ideally delicious pure
sparkling as frost.
U Our new booklet, telling
FrCC of Coca-Cola vindication
at Chattanooga, for the asking.
Demand the Genuine
THE COCA-COLA CO.
in Tan and White New Buck that brought $4 to $5 early, at
Mr. M. A. Stone has been visit
in; her pnrcnt at Highland.
Miss Mnrthn Hummel, of Danville,
wns here attending the institute this
Mr. nnd .Mr. II. C. Wrny, nnd
children, of DniiMlle, were here
Mrs. W. P. Dishon is in Livings
ton vWting her rein tit rf Mr. J. II.
Jones nnd family.
Mr. Stamps Moore linn returned to
lii home at Pnri, after n visit to
his sister, Mrs. George Given".
Mrs. It. V. Walter, of Lancaster,
is the guest of Mm. Wnllacc Wal
ter. Mr. L. B. Hilton spent several
dnjs this week with her mother, Mrs.
Cas nt Brodhead.
Mr. M. 0. Smith, of Dunnville,
was the guest of her sister, Mrs. S.
J. Bell last week.
Mrs. J. U. Foster hns returned
home from Staunton, Vn., where she
hns been nttending n hou-o party.
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. L. llruce nnd
Mi-s Carrie H. Wndc went to Ver
sailles on Fndny to visit Mr. nnd
Mr. II. W. DuBose.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Snlin, left
Tuesday to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W.
Hutchi-on in Louisville nnd relatives
nnd frknds in Owenton.
Mir-es Hnllie Brown nnd Ella
Henry nnd Mr. Cecil Drown hnve
returned to Lnncnster after a visit
to Mr. Russell Brown.
Mis Virginia Bourne who hns
been teaching in Huntington W. Vn.,
the past year has returned home to
spend the summer with her nunt,
Miss Florence Trueheart.
Miss Linda Miller, who is nt the
Springs nt Crab Orchard catnc down
Wednesday to meet her mother,
Mr. Knte Miller. They both re
turned to Crab Orchard Thursday.
Mrs. Miller has been nt Pittsburg,
Pn., npnin the past term.
a cool body and a
sure way the only
as purity crisp and
vou tee in
Mr. Wttllnce Wnltcr nnd son Jos
eph, were the guc-ts of Mr. 0. A.
Walters nt Kingsullc Wednesday.
Misses Frnnkic Doty nnd Willie
Gordon Trujlor, of Richmond, nre
jpiestsof Miss Knthenne Anderson.
"Mr. William Yager and brother
Houston nro in Louisille visiting
Miss Mnrgaret Short.
Mr. D. W. Quails, of Winchester,
has been the Tccent guest of Mr. und
Mrs. Wnllacc Walter.
Mrs. S. D. Cochran and daughter
Lillian, of Lnncnster, have been the
recent guc-ts of Mrs. W. S. Fish.
Mr. II. R. Denton was over from
Lancaster Wcdnesduy, the guest of
Mr. W. S. FMi.
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. A. Phelps and
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Fox, of Rich
mond, nre the guests of Mrs. Rich
nrd I locker.
Miss Jennie Graham Bright, of
Dnnxillc, passed through here Thurs
day on her way to Pincville to vMt
Mr-. Chns. Metenlfe.
Mr. nnd Mrs. G. A. McRoberts, of
Covincton, hnve been the recent
jjue-ts of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Mc
Roberts. Mr nnd Mrs. J, R. Mount nnd
daughter, Miss Joan, of Lancnster,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. II.
T. McRoberts Thursday.
Mr. C. E. Tate and son, William.
Heath Seernnce, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. P
Kinc.iid attended the Cehautauqun
nt Lebanon Thursday.
Miss Mnry Dnlton, of Lancaster,
is the guest of Miss Knthcrino An
derson. Mrs. V. A. Lenr and children, of
Lancaster were the guests of her
sister, Mrs. W. S. Fish, the first of
Mrs. W. K. Shugnr-K ami MnMer
W. K. hnve returned home from
Richmond, nfter n visit to Misses
Lillian nnd Rcss Shugnrs.
Mrs. W. C. Cundiff, Mr. Louis
Cundiff nnd Mrs. Minnie Murphy, of
Libel ty, drove over in an automobile
Tuesday driven by Dallas Rue, to do
Mrs. Snllie Goode, who while here
on n visit to her daughter, Mrs. B.
D. Carter, was taken ill, was nble
to return to her home nt Mitchells
bnrg, Thursday. Mrs. Carter return
ed with her for a short visit.
Last Tuesday evening Mrt How
ard Newlaml delightfully cntertnin
ed in honor of Mr. Russell Brown's
house party and Misa Duncnn, of
Texns, nnd Miss Gum, of Lexington,
at his country home on Somerset
street. There were nbout seventy
present nnd everyone enjoyed them
selves to the fullest extent. Delight
ful refreshments were served nt the
Also a nice line of
Ladies' and Children's
Parasols, all colors, 25c to $2.50.
Hughes, Martin & Co
Senator R. L. Hubble spent secr
ol dnjs in Frnnkfoit this week.
Mis Liecic Benzlcy hn been on
the rick list for scsernl days. '
Mrs. F Hamilton, ot Lebanon, was
hero to sec 'Miss Liccio Benzley,
Messrs. Lee Ruplcy and Carl Car
ter attended the dance nt Lebanon
Miss Martha S. Rancy is the guest
of Miss Virginia Bourne nt Lancas
ter. Mrs. Ada Burton, of Shelby City
is the guest of Miss Mollie Daugh
erty. Mr. E P. Owsley, of Columbus,
Gn., is the gues't of Mrs. Mary Ows
ley. Little Robert Davison, son of Dr.
R. L. Davison, who has been quite
ill is thought to be improving.
News has been received by local
relntives of the serious illness of Col.
A. J. Ilnjden, nt bis home in Boyle
Mesdamcs E. B. Hill and A. S
Price nnd Messrs, Spalding Hill nnd
Jnmes Cooper, motored over to Dan-
ulle for n short time Wednesday
Ed Sibold, a foimer Lincoln boy,
who is one of the most popular
jounir druggists, of Lexington, was
in Lincoln this week, Mailing heie
nnd in the West End.
Mrs. Phil Nunnclley hns been
quite ill at her home in the country,
for several dnys, but is somewhat
improved now, her many friends will
be glnd to know.
Mrs. Chnrles Terrill hns as her
gnest, Miss Sarah Hundley, of Stan
ford. Mrs. Terrill will entertain at
her home on Woodland avenue to
niight in honor of her fair visitor.
L. E. Epperson, a former Lincoln
county man, who is doing splendidly
representing Belknap & Company,
nt Litchfield, 111., spent the Fourth
with the home folks at McKinney
and ran over to Stanford to see the
new courthouso and paid the I. J. an
Mrs. H. D. Phillips entertained in
honor of her son Mr. A. B. Phillip'
Ihursdny eening. The house nnd
yard were beautifully decoded for
the occasion. Delightlnl refresh
ments were served to the guests at
the proper hour. All that were
present report nn enjoyable evening.
Miss Anna Chancellor has been
the guest of Miss Kate Rnney this
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
The Presbyterian Brotherhood
will meet on Sunday July 7th at 4
P. M., at the church.
Just received $ "I
a nice line of J '
Suit Cases at 4
$3 the pair.
Canvas Shoes, 75c
Severance & Son
efficiency depends upon
Scott' Emuhion builds,
strengthens and sustains
robust health. AKDmuUt,.
Scott ft Oownt. Rtootufitld. N J U-
No morning sen ice at the Pres
bjtenan church on Sunday July 7.
Sunday school nt 9 :30. Young Peo
ples' meeting at 7 P. M. Union ser
vice with Methodist church at 7:30.
There will be alt day Epworth
League meeting at McKendree
church nt Hubble Sunday. Three
leagues, the Stanford, Danville nnd
McKendree Leagues will be repre
sented. There will be no sen ice at
the Methodist church here Sunday
morning on account of the services
Union services at the Methodist
church Sunday night, addressed by
Rev. S. E. linger, D. D., missionary
Notice. 5 per cent, penalty ad
ded to school tax July 29th. L. R.
New Perfection oil cook stoves at
cost nt W. II. Higgins. 5312.
Prof. J. W. Dinsmore, a republi
can, of Bercn, will get on the direct
primary ballot as n candidate for the
republican nomination for Congress.
No burners to get out of order, no
wicks to bother with when you buy
an oil wickless cooker from W. H.
BiiTi or Ohio citt ot Toledo, i
Iku cooirrr. f
Funk J. Cbinii mk oath that tie M imlor
urtnrr ol the firm ot F. i. Cbimt a Co. dome
Ennuim la to. Cltj ot Toledo, county ud SUM
atortaaid. and that aaid firm will par tLe sum ot
ONE HUNDRED DOLL A KB lor each and trtrr
caae ot Catakiui that cannot D. cured t7 the uw ot
Uall . CiTAEJW coax.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and aubjcrtbed In my pretence.
tin lib dar ot December. A. D . 18M.
I I A. W. GLEA60M.
1 JJJ: f NOTAT PCTUC.
Haiti Catarrh Core k taken tnttrnalir and act.
directly upon the blood and mucou. mrtaw ot Uw
irncm. ncoa ror lesumoniais. ircc.
F. 1. CHENEY CO. Toledo. O.
Sold br all Prurrlata. Tte
Tale llall FamUr Mil tor eouttpatlon.
A god program, thr rel? t th
opera house tonight and tomorrow
To Pike Contractors. All per
sons having contracts for repairing
turnpike roads, will please forward
nnd execute their bond. Judge J. P.
Bailey, Judge. 51-2.
Stop, look nt our window Croquet
Sets from 70 cents to $3.50. Pen
ny's The Rexall Store.
Insure with the lewllm cem-
panles. Fish & Iromlev represent
them. All lines.
For Sale or Rent. McKinney
Coal ft Feed property. If not sold
by the first of July will rent. This
is the business part ot the" property
consisting of one lot, 150 feet at
railroad traok, one coal bin 02 feet
long, one warehouse 30zG0 feet an
other warehouse office and scale
building combined 24x52 feet, and a
first class wagon scale in connection
Best piece of business property in
the town of JIcKlnney, first class
territory forbusiness, trade now es
tablished on Coal feed lime cement
salt, brick. For any further infor
mation in regard to tlus property,
and $1.00. Ladies' Canvas two-strap
Pictures that do not hurt the eyes
at the opera hout-c Friday ail Sat-
urday nights 5 ond 10 cents.
We nre so equipped that nil of
the glaie nnd flicker is eliminated
from the pitcurcs shown nt the opern
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Stanford, 'Kentucky " -r
Home of H. S. k M. All Wool Clothe
We Comfortable Kind
t hi niitninfj
The Odd Fellows' Lodge, of Crab
JOrehnid, hae elected the following
officers for the coming term: J. C.
Magee, N. d; Richard Pettus V. Q;
J. B. Conim, Secretary, J. B. Jones
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