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ljfrtrflfi-ir'v -h That Fall it! Do these crisp Autumn (lays mnko you winli for a comfortable feeling suit in n rich wnrm bIiiuIc? The Htyle of cont nnti skirt nro sensible and elegant looking. Dont buy n suit that is skimped in order to Hell for a few dollars less. Buy u suit with a coat the right length and the skirt the proper fullness "Wo arc showing some pretty models in Green, !Navy, Catoba, Paupe, Kesin and Black. The workmanship is all anybody could desire. Our stock is complete with raw goods in every department. SEVERANCE & SON. STANFORD KY. "I'WW'.J J f f ) . The Interior Journal. Btanfoiid, Ky., - Skit. i8, 1000 SrKClAL Jonn of Arc 10 cent cigar wo will sell on Saturdays and Sundays only 6 cents straight. Penny's Drue Store. PERSONALS. Mrs. II. F. Goode continues nuito III. Mrs. T. S. Kennedy is In Lexington. Mrs. Susan U. Yeaoeu Is improving slowly. D. C. Sirri.c went up to London Sat urday on business. Mr. W. II, Wearkn has returned from I'ensacolo, Fla. Miss Alice Hkazley has returned from a visit to relatives In Hoylo and Garrard. Mrs. J. S. Owsley went to Atlanta yesterday to enter Dr. Gusslo Phillips' sanitarium, -s. Mrs. Mary K. Shears, of Fort Worth, Texas, is the guest of Mrs. W. s S. Dcnham. Dr. M. C, Heath, of Richmond, spent Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. A. II. Severance. Miss Sadik IJauohman, of Huston .villo, has been the guest of MUs Eliza beth Ilaughman. " James Wiluams, who has been ill with scarlet fever, is improving rapidly. -Somerset Times. Miss Herta Kiluon, of Lexington, after n visit to Mrs. W. F. Uishon, re turned hemo Friday. Mrs. S. J. CMnRY, Jr., went to Ash land yesterday to visit her relative, Mrs. C. J. Kitchen. James II. Eads accompanied his son, Hguh, and daughter, Miss Sophronia, Ho tho Wayno county fair. Miss Alice Alcorn returned toCavo Springs, Gn., Saturday to teach again in tho school for tho deaf. Miss Maccie Livingston, of Crab Orchard, was a visitor in Lancaster, Sunday. Lancaster Kecord. Mr. James H. Hakkr and wife, of Kansas, are with Mr. J. M. Lovell and family in tho Saufley section. Mrs. Will Midgut and daughter, Katio Lee, of Lexington, spent several days with Mrs. J. K. Holman. Mrs. J. F. LaKue, of Louisville, spent several days with her parents, Col. and Mrs. W. HulT Duddcrar. Miss Aiiiiie Lutes, of Hustonville, is visiting In Winchester. Mr. Harry Fryo accompanied her as far as Stan ford. Mrs. J. J. Lawrence and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, after a visit to Mrs. J. F. Hackley, returned to Mt. Vernon yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ireland and Misses Margaret Hopper and Frances Adams and Dr. T. W. Pennington spent Saturday at Mt. Vernon. Born, to tho wifo of Manford Chevi let, at Kings Mountain, an 8-pound democrat. Tho youngster has bean christened Freddie Chevillct. Misses Nell and Josephine War. hen returned to Cavo Springs, Ga., yesterday, where they will teach again this year In tho school for tho deaf. Mrs. John Carter has returned from tho fair at Nlcholasvllle. Mrs, J. W. Cocking and daughter spent Saturday in Stanford. Jessamine Journal. Mr. Hen Samuel has returned to his homo at Columbus, Ky., after spending several days with Miss Liccie Martin at the bomo of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Jones. Bob 8AUFLEY, formerly of this place, has sold his drug store at Harrods burg, and will leave in a few days on a business trip to New Mexico and Arizona, where he has raining interests. Somerset Journal. Misses Emma Shugars, of Shlp plngsburg, Pa., and Margaret and Ilessie Shugars, of Lancaster, accom panied by Mr. Owen Shugars, wero hero Sunday in an auto tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Shugars. J. Uandoli'I! Harris, of Stanford, was with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Harris for a short visit last week. Mosdames It. II. Uronaugh, nnd J. F. Holdam, of Crab Orchard, and Mrs. Wm. Mason Morris and little son of Muskogee, Okla., wero guests Saturday of Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Price. Miss Lettio Mae Mcltoberts has re turned to Randolph Macon College In Virginia where she will graduato this Miss Mattie Paxton Is at Dripping Springs for n few days. A LITTLE son has arrived to bless tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Singleton. Cashier Stanley MoIntosh, of the Waynesburg Deposit Rank, was hero Tuesday. Mil and Mns. Walter Jones, of Analachie, Va., accompanied the re mains of Mrs. Mary Uryant to this placo for burial. LOCALS. Underwear at Soveranco & Son's.' i . Young cockerels for sale at $1. Mrs. L. R. Cook, Stanford, Ky. Lost, between Walnut Flat and Ce dar Creek, a black cont, Ethel Hilton, Stanford, Ky. Special display of suits and skirts Wednesday. Let us make oue to fit you. Severance & Son. Our carbonator has como and we are now prepared to make all kinds of fresh drinks. Shugars & Tanner. Lost, a ladies' short black coat, be tween Stanford and Walnut Flat. Re ward if returned to this office. School shoes at Sevoranca & Son's. "Ruster Brown," children's shoes. Cummins & Wcaren. Phone No. 188 when you want tin ning and plumbing done. W. K. War For Sale. Two young sows. Young nnd thin in order. Mrs. E. C. Walton, Stanford. Watch for Ruster Rrown and his dog, "Tige." They nro coming. Cum mins & Wcaren. Our stock of heating stoves, grates, coal hods, etc., nro in. Como and see them. W. H. Hlggins. Expert workman on gasoline engines can be secured by application to the 'Stanford Garage & Machino Co. R. M. West, one of tho very best men In Garrard county, died suddenly of paralysis Friday, His burial occur red Sunday afternoon. . We have rcclcancd seed ryo 90c. seed barley at 70c, and winter turf oats at 75c per bushel. Terms cash, J. H. Baughman & Co. Your graded school taxes are due Hustonvillo district. Penalty goes Oct. 1st. J. II. Mocker, Treasurer. For Rent. Four room cottage with four acres of ground In good portion of Stanford. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. The editor of this paper thanks Sudgc W. L. Dawson for a nico lot of roasting cars of tho second crop of this year's growth. Ten dollars will buy CO bushels of pure canncl coal put in your house. No trouble to hold fire over night with this coal. J. H. Raughman & Co. The creditors of Georgo Gooch, de ceased, aro hereby notifed to file with mo their claims, properly proven. J. R. Paxton, M. C. L. C. C. 3t. I will be at the bank each Saturday to collect the taxes for the Crab Orch ard Graded School. Penalty goes on Oct. 1. Georgo W. Rronaugh. Go to tho Opera House next Friday night and see that lively country play, "A Pair of Country Kids." You will surely get your money's worth. OrENlNO of Fall nnd Winter millinery on Thursday. Sept. 30. Everything from a baby cap to an auto hat. Every body invited Miss Ella May Saun ders. Il'you havu'nt nil ready had us fill your coal house with Fox Ridge coal best see us nt once. We guarantee this tho best burning coal that comes to Stanford. J. H. Raughman & Co. For Sale. I will sell privately all medical books, Instiuments, a fino microscope, good buggy and horse and lot of poultry nnd Incubators. Have placed all accounts In hands of P. M. Mcltoberts for collection. Mrs. L. B. Cook, Admx. Skiumoiie DEAD.-Green Skidmore, who was knocked in tho head with a club by Dock Padgutt, at the reunion, near Kings Mountain, about two weeks ago, died at his home Friday night from the effects of same. Mr. Skid more was about 40 years of ago and leaves a family. His remains wero burrled in tho old Gooch burying ground, near Kings Mountain Saturday. The homo of Rev. L. C. Kelly nnd wife burned at Orlando, Tenn. Mrs. Kelly is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Newland, of this place. iiiEuanvuic Advocate thought so much of Congressman Helm's speech at tho corner stone laying there last week, it was published in full. For Sale. Reautiful five-room cot tago, gnrden, barn lot and barn, on Lo gan avenue. Price and terms to suit purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. Moses Rallard, Company "G." 123rd U. S. Colored Infantry. Wanted information of the above soldier or his family. Address J. N. Saunders, Atty,, Stanford, Ky. Fresh Portland Hlggins'. cement at W. II. Swfll shoes for ladies at & Son's. Scveranco See those school & Wearcn's. shoes at Cummins Pure cannel coal at J. H. Baughman &Co's. Try a load. Let mo insure your barn and co. W. A. Tribble, Stanford. tobac I have one room for rent in Craig property. Mrs. Catherine McClary. For Sale. A lot of tobacco sticks. Felix White, Stanford. Phone 6-4 rings. Misses Strauh invito the ladies to call and seo their display of trimmed hats, novelties in wings, etc. We will have a car of Missouri Fultz wncai ior Beea nrst or tnis weelc price $1.40 per bushel. Terms cash. J. H. Raughman & Co. L. R. Hughes T. "W. Humble W. O. Martin Fall Goods. Instructions in Irish Crochet given by Mrs. W. N. Craig Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. Those who wish to join the class will please notify her at once. Phone 182. What is there funnier than a good old homespun rural play and to lovers of this class of stago fun we advise to seo "A Pair of Country Kids" at Wal ton's Opera Houso Friday night. Another Blind Tiger Raid. De puty Sheriff Lee Hill caught Taylor Lackey and Amelia Craig, both colored, with a large quantity of brandy and whisky in their possession They were fined ?50 each in judge Owsley's court. Sam Owens Hocker, colored, was also fined $50 for the samo olfense. The republicans are holding nightly meetings at the colored country school houses, telling the "dear colored broth era" how much they lovo them and how much they have dono for them only to soft-soap them with chin music in order to get them to do the voting while tho machino crowd holds tho of fices and draw tho salaries. Mr. Ike Terry camo to town yes terday with the expectation of being given the republican nomination for jailer, as promised. But, lo and behold, part of the machino had broken down on its way to town and there was not a quorom present. Old Mother Hubbard went to the cupboard to get the poor dog a bono, but when she got thero tho cup board was bare, and so the poor dog got none. -! ! 'in a. Bryant. Mrs. Mary Bryant, aged about 70, died Sunday morning at the home of her grand-daughter, Mrs. Wal ter Jones, at Apalachlo, Vu., where sho had gone only a short time ago for a visit. Tho remains wero brought to the homo of Mr, J. L, Totten and after short services thero all that was mortal of the good woman was laid to rest Monday afternoon in the DawBon bury ing gronnd on the Danville pike. Mrs. Bryant's husband died many year ago, but she is survived by one son, Mr, Ben year, and we are confident In the high- Bryant, and in his great loss the sym- est Jwaon. -Lancaster Kecord. ' pawy oi an goes out w nib. Mr. Jason Wesley, republican nom inee for State Senator of this district, was here Friday and Saturday to con sult tho bosses of the steam roller ma chine, but bo can rest assured that the machine will be smashed into smither eens on Nov. 2nd. Such a pity to take into camp so clever a gentleman, but the Lord doeth all things for the best. 25th Anniversary. -The German colony at Ottenheim Saturday celebrat ed in royal fashion tho 25th anniversary of the settling of that place. Speeches were made, dancing indulged in and other pleasures helped to make the day one long to be remembered. A large crowd was present and good order pre vailed. The Germans aro to be con gratulated on the industry shown In that vicinity, having in the 25 years of their residence there converted a wil derness into good farms and happy homes. Lightning Gasoline Engines, Wilder Strong whirlwind feed cutters and blowers. Lightning crushers and grind ers. Line shafting, pulleys and hang ers, belting, gas engine oil, etc. Stan ford Garage Co. W. T. Wilson, who has just return ed from the market with a bran new stock of goods for his store at Parks ville, was here Friday having printing done, telling of the low prices he is ofTering on his goods. . .. ,a m i For Sale. Having decided to quit tho merchandise, livery and hotel busi ness at this place, I will sell privately a good hotel, store-room and stock of merchandise nnd livery stable. All in good condition. Will make purchaser a bargain. For information, apply to G. T. Ashlock. McKinney, Ky. m m m ii i - The sad news comes from Boston that Mr. C. H. Payne, who married Miss Lucy Tate, of this place, died suddenly at the home of his brother in Boston. His wife was in Paris when tho sad news came and two of his little daugh ters were visiting their grand mother and uncle here. Mr. Payne was an ex ceedingly fino gentleman nnd one of Boston's wealthiest citizens. We have not heard of tho arrangements of his burial so far. FOR SALE 1 HaUw: derided to locate elsewhere. I ulll ell prhulvly my farm ut Highland of ) acrea. more or leu. IniuroieincuU good; atoro.liou.eou place; uood barn: Rood orch ard; well watered. J. II, Hiuniir, Wajneaburg, Ky. PUBLIC SALE I Havlucdecldtd to guKiist, I Mill In Mc Klmu', Ky.,on HATl'IlDAY, OCT. V, 1KW, ell nt public auction the follow lnu person alty: Oue kooU aquare piano, t dreaaera, 1 lilt of furniture, 4 or 61a.il spring, 1 new rnnKa.dlnlngroomchalr, teieral rocker., t safe, t clocki. t unahatandt, 1 large, hand ome parlor mantlu inlrMr, 1 hundaomo llruasela enrput, limiting., etc.; ae lug ma chine, tablea, window thadet, poleanud ma ny other thing! not meutlou'-d I otTer to the hlgbekt bidder. Termacaah.na I expect to leaeoon after the aale. Hale 111 begin at I o'clock in H, MUS. PK.MOOHB. PUBLIC SALE! Halng decided to moe to town, I will on TUKSIJAY.OCT. K, 11W, ell to tho highest bidder mv farm, altunted 2 mllea from Htanford, on Uuica.tcr pike.. iicomainaoj acrea, wiin lour-room uvteii I mi. neceaaarvoutuulldiniraand will water. il. Immediate poaaeialou. I will also aell ?good workmulea. 1 work horke, 1 (loldduat harnesa home. 1 S-vear-old hurneai horae. s WU.pound ateera. 1 farm wagon, 1 buggy, good a new. 1 Dlac harrow, 1 binder. 1 mow er, 1 wheat drill, S riding cultivator!, a keta hurneaa.tubuahelaonlona. 1 lancu. A lot of old time furniture and my entire lot of iiouaenoui gooua. Aiaoaioioj corn, rernia made known ou day of mlo. Hale will be gin at 10A. H. Wl I'. llniustKox, Htanford, Ky. We arc receiving Fall Goals every day. Ginghams in riaids, Stripes, &c. Shoes in Patents, Vicis, itc. Outings, Flannelettes, a full lino of Blue Grass Mndras, Percales, Nov elties, mostly in jet; nice line of Ribbons; a full line of Under wear; Gentlemen's Shirts; a full lino of Serges, in nil colors for School Suite, Ac, and other things too numerous to mention. Wc invite your inspection. You will find our prices right ami our goodi the best that the market can furnish. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. The Dixon To bacco Saven This Stove is what tobacco men use iu their barns. The tobacco will cure brighter and sell for more money. You can begin (tripping sooner. You can put J to in your barric. Call nnd see them. w. H. HIGG1NS, I StanfrtrH PfAnurkv. B I J Stanford, Kentucky. !fc ! ffcftft r4444444 MONEY IN THE BANK. i Other people aro living comfortably. Why should not you? It Is so simple when you think It over. People live happily and comfortably becauso thoy don't worry. If you have money in tho bank, always ready for ttso when you want it, yet always safo from robbery or fire, you escape a world of worry. Tho thing Is to start a bank account a dollar will do, If a dollar will start a bank account, YOU CAN DO IT TODAY. Bcgim Then Stick to It. Here Is something WE KN'Ow; a dollar in tho bank draws othors to it. Why? How? Becauso you have seen how easy it is to start and you will find It still easier to continue by putting all you can spare in the Hank. If your money comes to you in lump sums, porno to our bank and deposit it. Get a book of checks, and when you pay out your money, use checks. Tbey aro safe, sure, convenient. Always know that you are paying tho rljrht amount. No danger of bills sticking together: no silver falling from your hand and slipping through a crack. Deposit with us and call our Bank Your Dank. WAYNESBURG DEPOSIT BANK, Waynesburg, Ky. ltm.0iW444444',4 1 Cravwwwwwwww',': Did you ever sit on a mossy bank and look at tho sun-kissed brook as it merrily dances in glee around tho pro truding pebbles and feel glud that you were uliveT Well, that is tho same sen sation that you experience when you go and see "A Pair of Country Kids" at Walton's Opera House Friday night, It is a laughing, bubbling pure and homo story. When the curtain drops on the last act you feel as though you had been refreshed by a drink of good cool spring water. The Kick are full of fun and those two characters lone Insure good performance. PUBLIC SALE I Havlnc. decided to go atrnlght up, I wll MONDAY, OCT. 11, lfcW, court day, at Nunnelley'a new atock yarda, in niKiui inuuer uio jo. oiTur for aalo to lowing described itocki One ear-old . w by Wm, Welch. Till colt la brokf to drive atalllon Ijv l'rf atoll, dam by Wm J-yiiir-olcl gelding by Lincoln Houlrrel.dam IVelch; I CIk Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, KeNtNcky. and l'reai Ian good orutil buy So far. old lllly by ton, dam by '. K.Olay. Thla lllly mm. broke, but Kot'aiill the iiatei natural: ; rtd J- tar-old lllly by Kentucky Huulr 1 tor year-old lllly by Kentucky hkiulrrei: 1 browu X.yi'iir-oia lllly by Kill McOarty'a (Jambettn Wllkua atalllon, out of u thor oughbred mare; 1 thoroughbred mare, 11 jrara old by Mlnntrel, litdam by Hay Dick, with Lincoln Hqulrrel lllly colt by aide; f filly colt by Don Varrlck.out of an On Time mare, 1 black atud colt. Alauataaiuo time and iiiace wlllbfTer thofollowlUKjackatock: One H-year-old lack, UK uauda hliib and a ok: i mini iintud inula lack: 1 (iimlniz heart r"K hauda hliih by Jiaiioleou. out of u l-i ear-old lack Jliny Keene Juuuet: 1 extra yearling jack colt royally bred) I tt-year-old Jennet, aafe In foal i lll-yvar-old lenoot.vlth lennet colt at aide and aafe In foal to Jim Keene. Thla atouk will be old without reaer or limit. Tvrma, a credit of 11 inoutha, will be ulven, negotiable uote, payable at the Klrat Na tional Hunk of Htanford, bearing 0 xr cent lutvreat from dale. Hale at 10 a. m, JJltiailTKKHUII.U $5O,O0O.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, J. W. ROCHESTER, ASST.CA8H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. OIREOTORSt J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shauks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.lStauford John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Staufonl; T. 0. Ran. kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. II- Traylor, Gilberts Creek; It. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. II. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilbum Gooch, Gilberts Creek. Capital, Surplus, Resources, Si H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT J. B. PAXTON, VICE-PRESIDENT H. -fl -i.