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THE INTERIOR JtUHWAL. ITANFOBD. KEHTUCKV FRIDAY. OCTOIEW II. ISI2
gC fron (toil Qrapeimni of Tortv
M rl V
Personal and Social.
J. M. l'ctttm lias liocn quite ill nt
hi homo in tlio country on tlio Half's
MNs Dora Hcter is quite ill with
pnetitrnjiiin her many friends will be
borrv to lenni.
,Mre. JInry llnrmon, of I'nrksvillo,
i the piest of ber winter, Mrs. Lafe
.Miss Htrta Jcnn Penny left Tues
ilny for Knjliville, whore she will
contimio her musical course nt
Miss Kosa Smith, of Jellico. Tcnn.
who has Itvii visitinc her craml
mother. Mrs. If. H. MnKinnry nt
llnstonville, Tetnrneil home Wedncs
dnv. Mr. Manfred Muri'hv, Mrs. er
non Hurt and children, of Lancas
ter, linve lieen vihititiR their aunt,
Mrs J. S. llrouchton ul Cmli Orch
ard. Mr?. S. I'. llrook. and dnuchter.
Miss Mollie llrook?. of Cral) Orch
nrd, left this week for Venice. Cal.,
where they will spend the winter.
Venice is an attractive. coii'-t winter
resort a short distance from Los
Mrs. .May Williams of Middle
town, 0., has returned home after
n visit to Mrs. Tiros. Oaks.
Mioses Snllic and Anna Mnrscret
LTin. of Lancaster, were here Wed
nesday. Mrs. Ivon Fish and Miss Polly
Tinylor were here from Crab Orch
Mrs. Bettie Hardin thas returned
home after a few days visit to Mrs.
M. .1. Fnrris in Danville.
Mrs. Woodie Hnil spent Tuesday
in Danville with her dnuchter Mrs.
H. 0. Wrny.
Messrs. H. D. Carter and J. W.
Arey went to Lexineton Wedne-dny
to attend the Trots.
Mr. It. C. Enclemnn left this week
for Fremont, N. C. to spend the win
ter. Mrs. J. M. Mershon, of Lebanon.
I'liietinn nriil Mi Stalin Hnil left
for Appalachian, Va Wednesday,
where they will vjit Mrs. E. C. Kil
beni. Itev. A. A. Hircins, of Cllascow,
stopped over hero a short time
Tuesday with his parents, Mr. nnd
Mr. W. II. Iliecin". He was coins
to Middlexlmro to attend the Synod.
Mr. J. F. Cummins was In Cin
cinnati for a few days.
Mr. Ttohcrt Collier, of Crab Orcli
nrd, was hero a short time Tuesday.
Miss I'at Alcorn was in Lebanon
Wednesday for a short time.
Mr. C. H. Tnto attended the Trots
In Lexington several dnys this week.
Postmaster .1, C. Florence has re
turned nfter spending several dnys
Mr. S. J. Myers left this week for
La Orange, N. C, where she will
spend several mouths.
Miss Margaret Smith, of Los An
celes, Cal., is the t'uest of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Itcynolds.
Mrs. J. C. Lynn went to Frank
fort to see her husband, Mr J, C.
Lynn, who is quite ill.
.Mrs. II. F. Xcwlnml, of Lebanon
Junction, is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Ilowon (loodc.
Miss Sue Fisher Woods is visiting
her sister, Mrs. U. C. Anderson nt
Mrs. J. W. Acoy is the guest of
her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hughes,
Mrs. Joseph Coffey and Mr. Wal
ter Saunders are tho guests of .Mrs.
Ulniii Dullard at Itichmond.
Miss Julia Phillips, of Lebanon, is
tho guest of her brother, Mr. S. A.
Mrs. C. F. flurnctt nnd children,
of Crab Orchid, linvn returned
homo after a short visit to her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wither Warren.
Mrs. Susan Ycagcr, Mrs. Annie
nndemnn and Miss Xnnnio Woods
Knglemnii arc in Louisville for, a
Mrs. J. If. McAlistor, who has
been here visiting from Way, Miss.,
lett Wednesday for Lebanon, where
-lie will visit Mr. It. C. Itohon before
II. C. Carpenter will spend the
week-end nt the Lexington trots,
nnd touring, tho touring the Iiluo
ICJrnss in his It. C. II. car.
I E. C. Walton spent several dnys
nt Millersburg this week-, witn ins
son. Claiborne, who is attending the
military school there.
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
A splendid audience promises to
greet the first Lyceum number on
October 2.1. Season tickets nnd ie
served sents nt Penny's Drug Store.
Wanted. A good cow, either Jer
sey or Ilolstcin, with or without
calf, giving not les than four gal
tons of milk per dny, sound gentle
nnd nil right. John Coulter, Middle
burg, Ky. 81-'-'.
You want the best
you Insure. See Fish
Stanford, Ky. Insure
The mnn who borrowed my rnin
cont nt the Stnnford fair is request
ed to send it home. My nnmc is
written in ink in tho bnck. It. S.
Scudder, McKinncv. 7G-21.
For innd survejing call on M. C.
Kewlnnd, Itouto 1, Stanford, Ky. or
phono him nt 30 W, Crab Orchard.
8T4TT p Ohio Citt or Iolmx). t
Lccin Coumti. f
Fiitx J, CnritT aikai Mlh ttut he t wnloi
t.rfn.r of th nrm of I. J. CUCNET A Co. doliur
builnrM In lh aif ol Toilo,COuMr tnl Blt
ONK HU.Nimi.l) UOLLAHS Icr rtrh and rttj
mm ol Catiikh tlutt cannot ba curm by tha u ol
1I1U.I CATARHH nu.
FRANK 1. CIIF..ST.V.
Sworn lo bflorf m nil mibwrlbol In my ftnt&tt,
uh (is oir ot ixctmbcr. a. v.. it(.
i i A. W. OLCASOV.
I "kX" t XaiT rcuc
Htll'i CiUrrh Curr U Itirn httrnillr nnd trtt
dnrrtlr upon trie blood tnd muroua urlim ol tn
irttrm. Send lor tMtlmnnlnin. tm.
T J. CIIUNUV CO. Toledo, O
Sold or all DrultlrU. :.
Skit IIUI'I Itmllv I11l '"' ronntlsitloo.
Two or three nice rooms for rent.
Mrs. Eva Hoffman. 81-2p.
A splendid audience promises to
grtet tho first Lyceum number on
October 23. Season tickets and re
served seats at Penny's Drug Store.
Tho first installment of the monev
for Lincoln County teachers is on
band amounting to .$3,072.21. 0.
Singleton. Supt. 82-1.
There will be an entertainment
and box supper given nt the Green
liner school hoii-e Saturday nMit.
Oct. PJ. everybody invited.
Saturday i-- Columbus Day and
the banks will be closed, as is the
custom on all legnl holidays.
To use good judgment in business we know means suc
cess. We believe Stanford and Lincoln County will sup
port a live Ladies' Ready-Made Garment Department in our
store, and in order to do this we must have your patronage.
The advantages are not all ours, as 'tis quite a convenience
to have brought to your door the most exclusive styles of
the New York makers and at prices less than cities and larg
er towns ask. We have many exclusive garments that we
buy only one of and will not duplicate, that the buyer will
not fear seeing the same garment on the street. Our selec
tions are from a number of makers and the line is as varied
as one could ask. We want you to come and look as many
times as you like. You don't have to hurry (and repent a
season) but take the garment home, inspect it carefully;
keep it if you like, return it if you don't like it.
Our object is not to sell you once but to make you a loy
al customer by being loyal to you in regard to the quality
we offer and the prices we ask.
Severance & Son.
All having claims ngainst the es
tate of Curtis' Gover, deceased will
please present them promptly prov
en to tho undersigned. Those in
debted to him will please promptly
settle snme. Mrs. Mucgic Garner,
or W. S. Burcb, Stanford. S3-2.
Mrs. Frank Cordier and family
desire to extend their heartfelt
thanks to nil their neighbors, friends
and the Odd Fellows who so kindly
ministered unto their husband and
fnthcr during his last illness and
nfter his death.
Reduced Rates to Lexinuton
Soutlifcrn railway, nccount race
meeting, Kentucky trotting, horse
breeders' association. Tickets on
sale Oct. Gth-lOth. Final limit Oct.
20th. Call on local agent for fur
ther information. J. C. Beam, A.
G. P. A., St. Louis. Mo.
For Itent. Storeroom well lo
cated; low rent; for information
call nt thfs office. 80-tf.
Money to Loan. From $1,000 to
$25,000, nt 5 per cent, with good
renl estate security. E. D. Penning
ton, Stnnford, Ky. 78-8p.
For Sale. House and lot in
Morolnnd; all necessary outbuildings
plnce well wntered, cistern at door.
Mrs. Addie Jcnnings.Moreland. 75-8p
For Sale Rhode Islanl Red hens
at 75c nnd 50c; also White Guineas
nt ?1 npiece. Ono good bono cutter
and one vegetnble cutter nt $3. Mre.
W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard. 748
I have opened up-a cleaning estab
lishment in the room next to Carter's
stable. Your trade solicited. Frnnk
Your City Taxes Are Due
I Six per ceut will be added I
Nov. 1st. Office next door
to new StKtcBank.
B. D.- CARTER, 80-3t
Rev. H. F. Surles, pastor of tho
Hustonville Baptist church will
preach nt tho Stanford Baptist
church Sunday morning and even-
Tho Georgetown College football
team defeated tho Lexington High
School eleven by a score of 14 to 0
Monday. John M. II. Waters, of
Stanford who is a student at
Georgetown, played a stnr gnnio nt
nunrter for the collegians. Edward
Iluey, a former Stnnford boy, i3 also
a member of the Georgetown team.
Mrs., Miss, or
Mr. Prospective Buyer
is For You.
Several have told
me, "My next car is
anRCH and "I want
one of your cars when
I get rid ot mine."
You hear it passing from lip to lip, ''There;s
the car," "That's the car!'' es. there is
Mr. Knocker, also. Just let me prove to
your satisfaction the truthfulness or falsity
of any statement he may make. It is the
unprejudiced favorite-thc second best value
to be had in an automnliilc-.thc best car,
always, of course, the other fellow s.
The makers of RC11 cars have had twelve
years experience in automobile building and
they know competition is strong in perform
ance, comfort and price. ou are. getting
the benefit of their experience and this com
petition. They arc selling them mighty close.
Next year they may be higher.
Touring Car, Full 5-Passenger, RCH 25, Entirely Equipped, $900, f. o. b. Detroit.
IF this car is not all I claim for it, you don't have to buy. I would not sell you a mess of junk.
If I didn't think I was offering you the best value for your money, you could not buy from me. As
one automobile owner here expressed it, "She runs as smoothly as a sewing machine."
T .4. 4.n ,-, Qn QVinnt, t hAre. but when vou buv an RCH rest assured you buy satisfaction. And if you do not want
to find yourself unable to get one, or at least have your order delayed, you'd better order for immediate delivery now.
RCH Long Wheel Box Coupe, $1,300; Roadster, $900; Runabout, $700 and $750, f. o. b. Detroit.
A half dozen have
remarked, "This is the
car I wanted the agen
cy for. How did you.
You get this car fully equippedno, not
"fully" equipped, either, (for this has be
come a misnomer j, but entirely equipped,
the best to be had and what you need and
want and not what you do not want.
The RCH is my choice; that's the reason
I'm selling it, and I am highly pleased; much
better car than I ever dreamed of. Am on
my ten hundredth mile now. It is running
better all the time; no matter how steep,
rough or long the road she will take you
there and back. So will a threshing ma
chine, jolt wagon or dinkey, but hadn't you
rather travel in the RCH way of ease and
comfort? This car has been thoroughly
tested for you at my expense.
W Qj CARPENXER At Licoln County Natinai Bank'
Agent for Welburn Motor Oar Co., Cincinnati, Distributors for RCH Corporation, Detroit.