Newspaper Page Text
":""V,'"i & ' ' v
r " -
THE STANFORD INTEHIOW JOURNAL, tTANFOBD, KENTUCKY TUESDAY. OCTOIEW 15th. 1812
W "f -' v'
Jist Opeied Oi aid Niw Ready for Fall Trade.
Big stock Ladies' Coals from $4 to $10.60
MixFcs Coats from S3 tB $7.50
Children's Conts from $1-50 to $3
Ladles' rUady-te-Wear and Trimmed Hats.
Good larqalns and Latest Styles from $1.50 to $4-50
Men's Suits at Prices Yeu Can Not teat and Values You Can
Not Duplicate from $5 t $12.50
Full line of Underwear for Men, Women
and Children. Men's and Boys' Caps.
Shoes of all sizes and kinds at prices lower
than the lowest.
Giyc us a call and look through our stock
WE CAN PLEASE YOU
Yours for business
J. Thos. Cherry, Crab Orchard, Ky
Personal and Social.
I'rof. J. W. Ireland was in
Dr. .1. O. Cnrix-ntcr is nlilc to be
out ngnin nftcr nn illness of several
Mm Almn Riec nud Itcid Haggard
of Iticiimoiiil, me tlm clients of Miss
Mancie Wnre nt McKinney.
Mr. Joseph Hopper enme ui from
Danville Saturday ami stayed un
til Monday with hi tiarcnts, Mr.
and Mr. Ueorgo Hopper.
Mrs. J. F. Cummins nnd niece. Ida
l'ettus wero tho guests of Miss Kdna
Hire nt Itichmom! Saturday and
Mr. and Mrs. John Oaks and
ehildren of Lancastur. visited her
father, Mr. J. Reynolds and fam
ily. Mri. S. C. lackey nnd daughter,
of Iliirrodbunr, are the guests u
Mr. J. C. Hnilev nnd family nt Crnb
Miss Mnry Wison, who is
tcaehiiig iehool at Rowland spent
Sunday with relatives and friends at
Mrs. John Meier, hns returned
from n vif.it to Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Meier nt Highland, Ky. Danvillo
Mrs. John Knsleman nnd son.
JniiWrt and Mi-n Mnrv Clark F.ngle
man, of llrnddoek. X. l, spent the
day with Mr. Jack Adams nnd fam
ily at LancnMor, Snturdnv.
Messrs I). S. I'iekotU of Mays
ville, and I). II. Ilreck, of Richmond,
went miosis of Judge and Mrs. W. A.
Mr. W. J.Montgomcry nnd daugh
ter, Mies Myrtle, of near McKinney,
have jitnt returned from a few days
vi-it to hi; daughter, Mrs. J. L. Mas
ity at Buuuu Vista, and several oth
Mr. S. A. Phillips, ivlm hns been
nssiNtnnt cashier, of the State Hank
and Trut Co., for two years left
Saturday for Lexington, where he
hns accepted n plncc in the. Hank of
Kentucky, as assistant cashier.
Emanuel Reynolds and si.stajrs,
Miss Lelur and llerthn, of Lang
ford, nud Mr. Ilticli Coffey, Misses
Katie nnd Jnuiu l'nrsons and Miss
Maude Reynolds, of Wildic. have
been the guests of Miss ltettie and
Mr. and Mr. Joseph Snllee, of
llnrrodsburi'. Dr. and Mrs. J. M.
Owens, of Louisville, Mrs. Manic v
Tyree and lit (to gon, of Hnlriuli, N.
C. nnd C H. Owens of SomcrMtt. at
tended the burial of Mrs. William
McKinney in Buffalo cemetery Sun
Itev. D. M. Walker. Mr. and Mrs.
C. K. Tate, Miss Pauline Ilocket
went to Louisville Monday to attend
the, National Convention of the
Christian church. Mesdnines Pe
melia Drown. Marv Craig, W. P.
Orimes. L. D. Cook. W. A. Triliblc.
J. (1. Carpenter. J. C. Etibanks went
From Forty-Five to Fifty Are Much Benefited
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Mr. James Turner is traveling for
the Cumhcrlnnd Grocery Co.
Will Severance has been confined
tn his bed several days with n slight
Mr. T. .1. Hill and Miss Lena Pal
mer, were the guests of Miss Terry
nt Paint Lick, Sunday.
Mr. '.. Murphy, who hns been nt
Pnnnmn Cnnnl is nt home to see his
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Murphy.
Mrs. J. C. Lynn has returned
homo from FTunkfort, where she hns
been with her husband, who hns
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph II. McAlistcl
Jr., nre receiving congratulation!
upon tlio arrival of n little datable!
In their )nme.
Mrs. S. P. Stucky, of Louisville,
is the guest of her mother. Mrs. Mur
phy who has been sick for several
Mrs. Simpson Klkin, of Atlanta
On'., who wna the guest of her sister
Mrs. Charlotte Warren returned
home the first of the week.
Messrs. If. D. Hreek, of Richmond
nnd K. I). Pickett, of Mnysville, were
the guests of Mrs. W. A. Tribblc
Mrs. Will Dall and bnbv. of Lan
caster, who have been here visit
ing Mrs. H. C. Campbell .returned
Mrs. Craft, of London, stopped
over here between trains Mondny on
her way home. She had leen in
Dnnville the guest of Mrs. George
Mrs. Joseph McAlisler, of Miss
issippi, who wns visiting relatives
in the city last week, was entertain
ed by Mr.' nnd .Mrs. 0. O. Holm, with
a beautiful dinner party Friday ev
ening. The guests, who arc former
friends of .Mrs. MeAliter. were Mr.
and Mrs. S. P. Stngg. Mrs. Lalla
Foster Ford, Miss I Initio Ford, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Foster Helm nnd Mr. Jos
eph White, of Pnnnmn. Lexington
Tho "change, of life " is a most
critical iwriod in n woman's ex
istence, nnd tlio anxiety felt by
women ns it draws near is not
When her system is in a de
ranged condition, sho may Ikj
predisposed to niKiploxy, or con
gestion of sotno organ. At this
time, nlso, cancers and tumors
arc mora liablo to form nnd begin
their destructive work.
Such warning symptoms as
Kcnso of sutrocation, hot Hashes,
lieadachcs, backaches, dread of
impending evil, timidity, sounds
in tho cars, palpitation of tho
heart, sparks licforo tho eyes,
irregularities, constipation, vari
able appetite, weakness and
inquiotude, nnd dizziness, arc
promptly heeded by intelligent
women who are approaching tho
period in life when woman's
great change may bo exacted.
These symptoms are calls from
nature for help. Tho nerves nro
crying out for assistance and tho
cry should be heeded in time.
Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound is prepared to meet
the needs of women's system at
this trying period of her life. It
invigorates and strengthens the
female organism and builds up
the weakened nervous system.
It has carried many women safely
through this crisis.
D TTIaEstclla Gillisplc
ONE CASE OUT OP MANY
TO PKOVE OUK CLAIMS.
St. Anne, I1L "I wns passing
through tho change of life nnd I
was a porfect wreck from feuiulo
troubles. I had a displacement
nnd bearing down pains, weak
fainting spells, dizziness, then
numb und cold feelings. Some
times my feet nnd limbs were
swollen. I was inegulurandhad
so much backnche and headache,
was nervous, irritable nnd was
despondent. Sometimes my ap
ivtite was good but more often it
was not. .My kidneys troubled
mo at times and I could walk
only a short distance.
44 1 saw your advertisement ina
paper and took Lydia E. Pink
ham's Ycgetahlo Compound, and
I was helped from the first. At
tho end of two months tho swel
ling had gone- down, I was re
lieved of pain, and could walk
with easo. I continued with the
medicine and now I do almost all
my housework. I know your
medicine lias saved me from the
grave and I am willing for you to
publish anything I write to you,
for tho good of others." Mrs.
EsTKI.LA (ilLMSI'lK. H.F.D. No. 4,
Box 'M, tit. Aiuie, Illinois.
Mrs. W. A. Reynolds has returned
from n visit to .her father, Mr. F. It.
Dnvis in Lexington. She also did
Miss Georgia Wells is visiting
Miss Helen F.iriek in Middlesbroo.
She will return home by way of
Corbin, where she will visit her sis
ter. Mrs. W. II. Cnskey.
The Itoynl Amusement Co., will
hold a street fair in this place, be
ginning Oct. 21.
Hon. J. W. Dinsuiore, of DeTcn.
spoke to the Dull Moose followers
in this city the evening of the 0th.
Tho ladies of the Caldwell and
Purksville Dnptist churches and of
the same church here gave n shower
to Rev. and Mrs. Hoy V. Chapin
'1 hiirsiiny afternoon. Many useful
nnd handsome presents were given
this newly wedded couple.
Prof. Jno. W. Ruwlings, of Dnn
ville, visited the school nt this place
Mrs. Pleasant Tucker, of Pnrks
ville, visited her sister, Mrs. II. W.
Miss Margaret llnys, of Mitchells
burg, was a recent guest of Miss
Mr. nnd Mts. Mack Daucom nnd
little daughter arc visiting his par
ents at Fulton.
Dr. Anderson, of Dnrbourville.
has rented the entire lower flo'or
of the house belonging to Mrs. John
F. ltouton nnd will shortly move nn.
Mrs. Jeff Rout nnd Mrs. Cash,
of Turnersville, visited Mrs. John
F. Routon ou Thursday.
Mr. E. H. Sweeney, is in Louis
ville, in consultation with a physic
inn. Dr. nnd Mrs. O. Wl Settle have
moved into tho McCollura Hotel for
iiie winter months.
Miss Dessie Wright is visitir- her
grandmother, Mrs. Hundley, in
Mrs. William Trosper left for
Corbin Saturday, where she is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Xor
Vell. Her father hns been seriously
A party of ladies and arntlemen
from Stanford passed tliTOugh here
Saturday on their way to tho knob
to find chestnuts.
Miss Lain May ITnvs, o Mitehelis
liure, camo up Sundav to teach the
school at the German settlement for
Miss Dessie Durham, who is taken n
Prof. J. L. Chambers, of Kcnsec.
Kv.. has been selected to tnke charge
of the Public School here to fill tho
place mnde vacant by Prof. Gib
son, who hns resigned.
Mr. James D. Shelby motored to
Lexington Friday to hold a consul
tation with the architect who hns
ehnrco of the new home being built
by Mr. Shelby.
Prof. J. L. Chambers visited hi
mother nt Hiehmond over Sunday.
Dr. J. P. Green, of Mt. Vernon,
visited his family Sunday nnd Mon
dny. Mrs. Mary E. Hankln nnd daugh
ter, Miss Lucy, visited the former's
mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Drown nt
Mr. D. K. Johnson, of the German
settlement, hns on display nt the
storo of Heynolds & Evnns a twin
apple having twin stems which grew
into each other. This is remarka
ble from the fact that it bIiows thnt
divorces do not go in the npplo fam
ily. All of the Masons hero who could
leave their business Mopdny nfter
noon attended the funeral and bur
ial of the late Henry Snndifer in
Mrs. Charles Lyons is visiting her
husband at Brodhead this week.
Misses Laura Kelley and Bessie
Stop That Itch!
I wlil tufn( ton la ito Ut Itch la two
No rmily Hint I hnvn rvrr noM for
Eczemn, Poiinal. and all other iIImiwh
of the kln hoa Riven mora thorough
ratlnfactlon than tho
9. i. 1. Prescrf ptiM for Ecze-u
laruarantea this remedy.
Shunars & Tanner.
Stopher, of Dnnville, visited the
former's parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Kcn
drick Kelley Sunday.
-Miss Louise Tucker hns returned
from a visit to friends and relatives
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Two or three nice rooms for rent.
Mrs. Eva Hoffman.
I lime a workman nt my shop to
half .sole men's ladies' and children'
shoes. Onen Wednesday Kith. Dex
For Rent. Storeroom well lo
cated; low rent; for information
call nt this office. 80-tf.
Money to Loan. From $1,000 to
$2.i,000, nt n per cent, with good
rcnl estate security. E. D. Penning
ton, Stanford, Ky. 78-8p.
For Sale. House nnd lot in
Morclnnd; all necessary outbuildings
plnce well watered, cistern nt door,
Mrs. Addie Jcr.nings.Moreland. 75-8p
For Sale Rhode Islanl Red hens
nt 75c nnd SOc; also White Guineas
nt $1 npiecc. One good bone cutter
and one vegetable cutter nt $3. Mrs.
W. J. Edtiiistoti, Crab Orchard. 748
I havo opened up a cleaning estab
lishment in the room next to Carter's
stable. Your trade solicited. Frank
I have bought of Jesse Sweeney
his livery stable and am prepared
to care for your stock. Call on me
when in Lancaster. J. T. Rancy.
Someone took my overcoat from
Heazlcy's stable on court day,
plcae return it. W. D. Burton, Lan
Rev. J. T. Chastecn hns been call
ed as pnstor of Blue Lick Bnptist
church nnd is acting ns missionary
for the church. Preaching first
Sabbath in each month.
Several desirable homes and
building lots in Stanford for sale.
Apply to Hnrvcy Helm. 83-3.
All having claims ngninst the cs
tnto of Curtis Govcr, deceased will
pleae piesent them promptly prov
en to the undersigned.' Those in
debted to him will please promptly
settle same. Mrs. Maggie Gover,
Adrax. or W. S. Burcli, Stanford.
I wi-h to recommend the Great
Eastern C'nsunlty Sick and Acci
dent Co., represented by T. D. Rnney
nt Stanford, Ky., to your readers
for protection; who promptly paid
my claim uu.-M on my fo.UO policy,
for 4 weeks' spell of typhoid fever.
I think it the best protection any
one can get for the money. Lee Roy
Fcnwesk, Lebanon, Ky. 83-1 Adv.
Riley Barlow, a irrominent young
mnn of Morclnnd and a son of John
Barlow, left last week to join the
"JhOiiuuV Rug Tim Minstrels
and Plantation Show is exhibiting
on tho old Carpenter Hotel lot on
Dejmt street three nights this week,
Monday Tuesday nnd Wednesday
nights. From here it goes to Lan
caster. The show is a rattling good
tent show nnd is drawing big crowds
Every stock buyer in Lincoln nnd
most of them in tho surrounding
counties rends the Interior Journnl.
Animal in Captivity
IS THE SMALL BOY
and he must have Clothing that will hold him
We believe 'we have just the thing be needs
The first thing he needs is LION UNION
SUITS; also vests and pants. Suits25cand50c
They are made as well as human hands can
make them. Bear Skin Hose, another necessa
ry garment, extra heavy and cost only 15c.
per pair. A TIGER SWEATER also neces
sary for cool days; most practical garment
made, price 50c to $1.00.
RHINOCEROS SHOES is the Shoe for the
Boys. We have them in Black and Tan, high
top and low top. Material the best, workman
ship first-class, the cost per pair $1.25 to $3.
Severance & Son.
You can cover five counties com
pletely by advertising your sale in
Mr. Major Estes, of Waynesburg,
who wns here to court Monday pre
sented Mr. Cicero Reynolds with a
three-pound green bass, that was
caught in Green river. It was cer
tainly some fish.
Rev. J. B. Jones returned this
week from a visit to relatives in Ok
lahoma, and will preach at the Bap
tist church Sunday.
Ed C. Gaines, the popular insur
ance man of Lancaster, was here
Monday advertising his big annual
corn show which he will hold on Nov.
2oth, court day in Lancaster
For Sale. 1,000 bushels of strip
ped blue grass seed. Extra quality.
SO cents per bu-hcl in 50 bushel lots
Must be taken this month. II. C.
Bright, Danville, Ky. 83-0.
When you have a bad cold you
want the best medicine obtainable
so ns to cuTe it with as little delay
us possible- Here is a druggist's
opinion: "I have sold Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy for fifteen
years," says Enos Lollnr, of Sara
toga, 2nd., "and consider it the best
on the market." For sale by Q. L.
Wanted. A good cow, cither Jer
sey or llolstem, witn or witnout
calf, giving not less than four gal
lons of milk per day, sound gentle
nnd all right. JoTin Coulter, Middle
burg, Ky. 81-2.
mmd SURETY BONDS
E. D. Pennington,
General Farm Surveying
52-6!n Phone 172, Stanford, fy.
Lincoln County Naltional Bank
Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford Ky
DIRECTORS Who Direct the Manaqement of this Bank.
Geo. W. Carter. Stanford.
W. M. Bright, Stanford.
W. D. Edmiston, Crab Orchard
S. J. Embry, Jr., Stanford.
Lilburn Oooch, Stanford.
R. L. Hubble. Lancaster.
W. II. Cummins, Prcachersville.
Jno. N. Menefee.
W. M. Matheny, Stanford.
A. T. Xunnelley, Stanford.
J. B. Paston Stanford.
J. W. Rochester, Stanford.
W. II. Shnnks, Stanford.
W. O. Walker, Stanford.
T. C. Rankin, Lancaster.
You want the best
vou insure, see Fish
Stanford, Ky. insure
The mnn who borrowed my rain
coat at the Stanford fair is request
ed to send it home. My name is
written in ink in tho back. R. S.
SHE GAVE UP
ftysklans Failed Te Help Mrs.
Green, But She Finally Feund
Relief in CirAii.
Heetze, V. Mrs. J. C. Green of this
place, sayi: "I suffered with womanly
troubles eo that I could hardly sit up.
Two of the best doctors In our town
treated me, and I tried different medi
cines, until I gave up all hope ot ever
One day, I decided to try eome Car
dut. It did bo much for me that I
ordered aome more, and It cured met
Today, i reel aa well as I ever did la
The palm and the trouble are all
tone. I feel like another person In
every way. I wish every sufferer could
know what Cardut will do for alck
A few dosta ot Cardut at the right
time, will save many a big doctor bill,
by preventing serious sickness.
It tones up the nervous system, and
helps make pale cheeks fresh and rosy.
Thousands ot weak women have beea
restored to health and happiness by
using Cardut. Suppose you try It.
It may be Just the nfedlclne you need.
N. B.Wrifto: ltin' AJvltmy Dtpt.. putt
For 'and surveying call on M. C.
Newlnnd, Route 1, Stanford, Ky. or
phono him nt 30 W. Crab Orchard.
8TTt or Ohio Ott or Totrpa. f
Ll'Cit Ooistt. f
Fium J. Chimt imIm rath that le b ivnlot
nrlarr ot the firm el K. J. cmvtt A Co.. dome
buslunv a the Cltr ol Totalo. CvuDty and sute
iforrukl. arid thiu ukl Ann will pjr tbe lum of
UM. UU.MWbl) IKILLAHS lor HCD IM rtKy
raw ot CATARRH that cannot te curfU by Ibc ue ol
IIALL CilAtWI Cl'tC
Fit ASIC J. C1IC.NTV.
Svoro to txfor me and aubarrlDM la my protnre.
Ula (lb day ot December. A. l.. IkH.
i I A. W. OLCiSOJ.
I t I Koiitr PVMIC.
IlaU'a Catarrh Cure la taken Internally aod acta
dlrretly upon tne blood and muroua eurtacea of toe
ITltrm. bend fur testimonial, free.
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo. O
Sold br all Drutcbta. 7Se.
lake llall'i lamilv Itila for raoftlpatlon.
tVooct Medicine Co , Chattanoof a, Tenn., for Srtrial
butructumi. and 64-me book, "Home Treatateal
f weana," (tat la plala raapar, aa reoueat.
For Sale. Store-room; living
rooms; small stock; fine locntion.
Addles this office. 83-lp.
, Profitable Pie Suoper
A pio supper given at Watts chap
pell school liv Mrs. C. L. Gooch, on
Columbus night, Oct 21, was quite a
success Moro than two hundred
people were present, and tho pies
alone brought $10,05,
Your City Taxes Are Due
Six per cent will be added
Nov. 1st. Office next door
to new Stato Bank.
B. D. CARTER, 80-3t
for the whole family
in the Fall Styles and New Shapes,
in all kinds and grades of leather.
for winter while you can find
what you want.
(UMMiNS & ZEAREN
Home of All-Wool Clothes.