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vVTVWM MM ranli
Mm. Josephine Klmore, of Louis
ville, in visiting her daughter, Mrs.
J.iU. Wndo nt Walnut Flnt,
Mrs. Hnrvo l'oynter, nnd childion
nro visiting friend nml relntivcs In
Mins Sallio Asihor, of Loiulnn. is
visiting her sister, Mrs. . A. l'oyn
ter, nt W'nlmit Flat.
'Judge Sterling (Inmcs went to
Lnncnstcr Motiduy to upend several
days with Mr. Alex Ucnny.
rfilNs l'nulinc lloeker is tlio Riicst
ofj licr mint, Mrs. Mnttio Duncan nt
'Mm. II. I. Cnrlcr 1ms returned
iiimie iiftfr a vlnit to her mother,
Mrs. Sollic (Joodo nt Mitehollsburg.
lr. Kieo Niiriii nml daughter
nro isiting her histor, .Mrs. S. S.
IIaty nt Coiliin.
fMrg. Woodio Hnil spent Sunday
,nnd Monday in Danville with her
daughter, .Mm. II. ('. Wrny.
,.MIhs Sarah lluiidloy returned to
St. Kntherinc, .Monday where sho
will attend schojd.
Miss Annn Wnrron lias jcturncd
from OiYili Ofi-iutid, niierit nhe Imi
licen visiting her sister. Mrs. C. F.
Her Health and Strength Bach
Again by The Use or Cardui.
Tampa, ria, In n letter from this
city, JIrn. K.C. Coram wrttos: "I was
11 weakened ond worn out with o
mnnlr troubles. My husband lirotujht
mo omn Cardui as a tonic, and, from
tho flrst day, it neemcd to help.
I hnd almost lost rnv reason, but.
thanks to Cartlul. I did not Boon, I
felt and looked llko a new woman. I
think tho remedy la wonderful. I
recommend It to my friends, for I havo
received Kreat benefit from It."
Cardui acta specifically on tho weak
ened womanly organs, strenKthentng
the muscles and nervea, and building
them up to health.
It helps to refresh tho worn-out ncr
ou system and relieves tho effects of
overwork, both mental and physical.
Fifty years' successful uso fully
prove tho merit of this purely vege
table, tonlo remedy for women.
In every community, there live some
jrbo have been benefited by Cardui.
The tneflclnl effects of this tlmn
tented woman's remedy, soon sbow
themselves In many different ways.
Miss Ellen Scolt is spending cv
crnl driys in Crnh Orrlnml.
Mm. llicc, of Louisville, has re
turned nfter u visit to Mm. Susnn
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnilton Klkiii, of
Lnncnstcr, were hcio Monday u
Miss Minnie Hupley left Sunduy
for Jacksonville, Fin., wheio sho is
going to tench this year.
Mrs. Susan Ycngcr hns returned
homo from lyoulsville, where bIio hnH
been visiting Mrs. llicc.
Mrs. V. 1 Kincnid nnd Miss
l'cnrl Hampton wcro in Danvillo Fri
day. Mr-. Will Scott, of Danville, is the
guest tf her sister, Mm. K. L. Koin-hart.
Mm. J. (.'. Curd, of Hun'iii, was
hero Inst week for a short I imi) on
Mcsdninos T. A. Rfcc nnd J. S.
Rice nro upending sovurnl days m
Mm. .1. II. Lone is Mondinr bpv.
oral dnvs with relatives nnd friends
THE INTERIOR JMIMIAL tTAMMRD, KENTUCKY TUESDAY. tEPTEMJER 24. 1112
Tell How Sick She Wat And
What Saved Her From'
Mi. Marv Zc!!;
of Stanford i;
. B. Write to; tailrt'Alvtiory Det.. Chafe
( .Melictn Co.. Chattanooga. Tenet., far trmal
fnjffHm. anj 64'raie took. Mom Treetaeal
the guest of Mins Marin Him.a
.Mr. L. . llughcs is in Memphis,
It'llll., Oil llllMl'llCKU mill til. rr.iAJ ,.f
his brother. Mr. Wi-nr,.ii l'n..i.,
W. If. Foule nnd wif... ,.f I...1,.
non .Jiii.jiii . vMiing iho home.
l.Hks. Nhilo hen lln.f i.ill
Ms oNter nt Itiheinond' nnd Mnys-
Mm. .Julia Ilnr.lin nnd son Hams
hnn. returned to LoiiMtjIh. thev
crime up to nttend the hurinl of her
mni, .u rs. dnn Worlhnm, who was
buried nt Lnncnstcr last week.
Nov. I. h. Jini.o nnd V. .M. .Mc
Wolwrls lme gone to Ilurn-idc to
iiueiHi in.. rn meeting .if tl
irnnyivnnm rrc-diyterv. They
iii mi rciurii on TliiiMdav.
.Mr. nml .Mm. II. s. .Incknou left
tho first of the veck. for Memphis
Iciin., where thev will mnko their
home. They have made mnnv
fnonds hcte during their stny who
will hntc to sec them lenve.
Mis-os Ora Mridt:c nnd V.vti .Mc
Whorter. of Pnint I.irk. who have
hecn. vi,itiug .Mru. V. n. Edmiston
nt Crnh Orchard took the fmin here
Tuesday for home. Mrs. Edmiston
liroiight them here.
Dr. nml Mrs. .1. 0. Carpenter had
as week-end guests Mm. M. K.
Smith nnd Bona, of Fort Smith,
Ark., Mr. J. II. Leavell nml Mi-s
Lilhe Leavell, )f HrynntRville, M"rs.
II. W. Carpenter nnd daughter, of
Shellivvillc, nn(l Mr. and Airs, J. 0.
Upper Sandusky.Ohio. "Three years
ago I was married ond went to house
keeping. I was not
feeling well and
could hnrdly drng
myself along. I had
such tired feelings,
my back ached, my
tides ached, I had
bladder trouhlo aw
fully bad, and I could
notcatorsleep. I had
headaches, too, and
hecumu nlmosta ner
vous wreck. My doc
tor told me to go to u hospital. I did
not like that Idea very well, so, when I
saw your advertisement In a paper, I
wrote to you for advice, nnd have done as
you told me. I havo taken Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
Liver Fills, and now I hnvo my health.
" If sick and oiling women would only
know enough to take your medicine, they
would get relief. "Mm. II enj.H.Stans
BKRY, KouUs C, Box 18, Upper Sandusky,
If you have mysterious pains, Irregu
larity, backache, extreme nervousness,
Inflammation, ulceration or displace
ment, don't wait too long, but try Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound now.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, mado from roots
nnd herbs, has been the stundard remedy
for female ills, and such unquestionable
testimony as tho above proves the valuo
of this famous remedy and should givo
every one confidence.
lace centerpiece on tho tabic, smi
hit urn! iiuturtiuuia entwined around
llm chandelier nml extending down
to the tuhlc, nnd yellow bordered
1'iindlcH nt the four corners of the
table. Ices, cakes and mints wcic
(ei veil, tho color Hcheme of yc'low
being carried out. Miss Mnrthn
Hoiiiuicl piesided over tho punch
lioun and uns attractive in delicate
blue chiffon. Assisting the attrac
tive hostess in entertaining her
guests, wcro Mm. II. J. Mellobcrta
nnd Miss Lettio Helm.
Among those present were: Mrs.
J. 0. Carpenter, Mm. Jnincs Wood,
Mm. 0. 0. Ferry, Mrs. J. S. Kite,
Mrs. W. 1. (Jiiincs, Mis. V. 0.
Withers, Mrs. J. II. Faxtou, Mrs.
II. J. McKolicrts, .Mrs. J. M. Mc
Huberts, .Mm. .1. J. Dickey, Mr.
Joel T. Enibij, .Mrs. James Duiijih-
inaii, Mis. II. C. llauglimau, .Mm.
J. ('. Hays, .Mrs. J. N. Saunders,
Mrs. MuTy I. Iturch, Mrs. Frank
Walton, Mrs. M. II. Satin, Mrs. W.
M. Ilriaht, Mm. II. K. Snufley, Mrs.
Albert) Severance, .Mrs. W. S. Em
bry, Mis. Priiitt, -Mrs. If. M. New
liinil, .Mm. Kichard Woods Ogilvie,
.Miss Hcilc Denny, -Mi-s Susan Fish
er Woods, Mis Sue Kout, Miss Mar
tha If nut , Miss Maltha Homuicll,
.Miss Lttie Helm. Miss little Fax
ton, .Miss Until Ihmmll, .Miss Lena
I'almcr, Misi Itruec, Mis-i Xnnnie
Woods Ktigtcmiiu, Miss Pauline
1 locker. Miss Jcuiiio Xcwlnnd.
.Miscs .Murgniet Shanks, Hettie
Perry, Sophin Saunders served the
Mrs. Ireland's Reception
Ono of tho prettiest of the social
functions of the summer was the
afternoon reception given on last
Wednesday by Mrs. J. W. Ireland
in honor of her house guest, Mii
Ilrumfield, of Louisville.
Ilecching the guests in the li
brary were: Mrs. Ireland in n
dainty white lace dress, and MUs
Hnimfield hnndomelv fowned in a
jcllow iiv,snliii( nml real lace. The
house decorations were in yellow
and green, huge bunches of golden
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Pntteiii hats sind millinery novel
tics, Thursday litj. Mises Straub.
Tho sitpiier at Moiclnud has been
Nev. J. (I, Livingston will prench
at King s Mountain next Sunday
Morning nt 11 o'clock ami alao nt
New Dress Goods
We ask you to look at fashion's newest crea
tions in costume materials. See the new Serges,
Whip Cords, Corduroys, Crepe Meteor, Charme
use, Messalines, Etc.
We have beautiful trimmings to match in
Ecru Bands and Yoking, Persian Bands, Steel and
Gold Bands and Yokings.
See the new plain and fancy Mercerized Pop
lins and Satteens for one-piece dresses.
SEVERANCE & SON
For Snle. Two passenger Duick
uutonioliile runabout 0 months. Ful
ly e(iiipi)ed except speedometer.
Would consider n good gentle horto
in trade for it. II. M. Arnold, Dan
ville, Ky. 77-3.
The Cinh Orchard tax books arc
ready nnd nt the Crab Orchard
Ilnnk. Miss Ophelia Lackey, Treas
a im uwr ca ia4iU
glow and nnsturtiuin being ued in
Carpenter, Jr., and children of Crab rhundnnce. Tho dining room wns
Prchaid. especially pretty witli an cxtpiisiie
Bro. John Christophersou, of
Lexington, will li"in a ten days'
meeting at the Crnh Orchard Chris
tian church Saturday night, Sept.
28. nt 7 P. M. All are invited to at
.nl nch meeting.
All wool suits, from .10 to 30,
are open lor your inspection at Cum
mins & Wenrens'.
Miss Ella May Saunders has re
turned fiom the citv. Her trimmer
this fall is Miss Hattie Webb, of
The Initial Presentation of Women's
New Fall Suits is of Unusual
II I I M I
Interest and Charm
The materials are wonderfully choice.
The colorings and effects are beautiful;
The cutting", making and finish are all that could be desired.
See the pretty
Browns, Navys, Greys, Tans
in Two Tone Diagonal and Boncle Cloth.
The implicit confidence that many
people have in Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Ileraedy is
founded on their experience in the
Use of that leiuedy and their know
ledge of the many remarkable cures
of colic, diarrhoea and dysentry that
is ims affected. For sale by G. L.
We show you the ideas of quite a number ot New York de
signers, as we do not confine our purchases to one house.
This, of course, gives you a wide range of models to select
Eemember, the early buyers at this store do not pay too
much. Our prices are reasonable.
Come in and look !
SEVERANCE & SON
Call and see our fall clothes for
boys, if von want the) latest. Cum
mins & Wearen.
CLOSE TO THE PEOPLE
During the 42 years of its existence this hank has always en
deavored to keep close to tho people of Stanford nnd their best
That it has succeeded is shown by its steady growth and tho
large number of loyal depositors.
We have a sen-ice for every irfnii, woman and child in Lincoln
county, and we wanton pait in building up tho financial intorcsts
of MORE people. Thati in eludes you, and a checking account
will open the way.
Lincoln County National Bank
Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100.00 Resources $300,000
Corner Next -To Court House
For Sale. A good bugxy lioitic
siutabc for ndics to drive; not
.if raid of automobiles. Mrs. George
D. Went en. 77-2.
Correct Fall millinery on display
Thuidny, Sept. 20. l.ndics arc
cordially invited Mies Straub.
Prof. I). E. Fogle, of Georgetown,
Colleg", will prench at the Ilaptist
ehuieh, Sunday morning nt 10:43.
Kvetvbodv cordially invited to at
tend this service.
E. D. Pennington,
General Farm Surveying
52.6m Phone 172, Stanford, Ky.
and SURETY BONDS
An niticle that has real merit
should in time becomo popular. That
siuh i the case with Chamberlain's
Couyh Remedy has been nttqted by
many dealer. Here is one o them.
II. W. llendriekson, Ohio Falls. Intl.,
vrite, "(hnmbeilnin's Cough Rem
edy is the best for cotieh, colds nnd
eio'ip. nnd is my best seller" or
sale by G. L. Pcnnv.
Yon want the best policy when
von insure. See Fish & Bromley,
Stanford, Ky. Insure everything.
Sure or Ohio cm or ioildo. i
LfCA Cov.mt. f
ItAM J. CiiEMr mates oalh Hut h b eenlor
Eartnrr ol the firm ot V. J. oicey & Co, doinir
utlafM In the City of Toledo. Coudiv and Mala
atoreuid. ami that aald firm 1!1 pay tbe ijm ol
u.m. iii.Miiti uullaiis ior earn ana eerr
raao ol CAtiHF.il that cannot be cured by the tuc ol
lULL'a CaiAkiiH aL
Sworn to before roe and aubarrtbed In my pretence,
thu cth day cl December. A. D.. Use.
I - I A. W. CLEASOS.
1 US Noiakt rcsuc.
Ilalli Catarrh Cure la taken InternaUr and acta
directly upon the blood and muroua turlacea oi the
I) Item, bend lor tratlmonlala. free.
1. J. t IIL.M.V ft io Toledo, o
hold by all DruHlita. 7Se.
late llail lamllv lin for rocmpatlon.
Queen Quality shoos for ladies in
fall styles aro being shown by Cum
mins ir Wenien this week.
Ford Auto, Model T
Your Houst Nuds
Step off and take a look at
your home, Doesn't it need
painting? Now Is the time
to have It done. Paint before
the winter rain and snow be
alns to fly. Hanna's Green
Seal, the made to wear paints
are the rloht kind to use.
Formula with every can. For
Sale by G. B. PRUITT, More,
land, Ky.. and L L SAN
DERS, Crab Orchard, Ky.
The Car in Cummins & Wear
en's'.window; to be given away
on Saturday, September 28th,
is a Model T, price $590.00 f. o.
Meet me at Cummins &
Wearen's store this week and
I will be pleased to demon
strate this Car.
W. E. GLOVER, Agt,
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