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That Fall Suit !
Do thcBc crisp Autumn dnys make you wish for n comfortable
feeling Buit in a rich warm shado?
The style of coat and skirt aro sensible and elegant looking.
Dont buy a suit that is skimped in order to sell for a few dollars
less. Buy a suit with a coat the right length and the skirt the
proper fullness
Wo arc showing some pretty models in Green, Navy, Cato.ba,
1'aupe, Jicsin and Black. 'JJhe workmuiihhip is all anybody could
desire. Our stock is complete with raw goods in every department.
SEVERANCE & SON. STANFORD KY.
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The Interior Journal.
Stanford, Kt., - 0t. 5, 1001)
SrECUt. Joan of Arc 10 cent clfjnr wo
will sell on Saturday ami Sunday" only
5 cent straight. Penny's Druu Store.
PERSONALS.
Dr. J. 0. Owsley Is III
Miss Jf.nnie Perri.ES Is ill.
Mas. Susan YeaokrIs some better.
J. W. Hayden, of Paris, is hero with
relatives.
J. W. Acev went up to Jelllco yes
terday on business.
Charles K. Hoiion, of Lebanon, was
here Sunday and yesterday.
Drookb Marker, of Winchester,
spent few days with his father hero.
Whh. J. T. Carson and children, of
Lebanon, aro with Mrs. 11. D. .Carter.
Mr. G. W. Thomas, of Somerset,
paid this olllco a pleasant call yester
day. Mrs. It. M. Newland has returned
from a visit to her parents in Louis
ville. Mr. W. S. Warren, who suffered a
stroke of paralysis, is able to bo out
again.
MAbTfcll CLAWOKNK C. WALTON Is
spendinR few days with his father nt
Martinsville, Ind.
ME5BHH. Mobe COOLKY and J ease
Holtzcluw havu eono to Indianapolis to
seek employment.
Miss Hess Spoonamohe went to
Junction City Saturday to visit Miss
Ollto Mao Hobanls.
J. F. Cummins Is in Iulsvillo and
- Cincinnati buying stacks of Roods for
Cummins & Wearen.
Mh. G. A. Walter, wife and little
dsuRhter, of Kings Mountain, spent h
few da) a with relatives here.
Mrs. Joe Minks, of Sclcnco Hilt,
spent a few dajs with the family of
her uncle, E. S, Spoonamore.
Mn. It. H. Mahony has returned
from a protracted stay at Ilattlo Creek,
Mtch., much improved in health.
Mrs. Mary J. Clements, who has
. been with Mrs. James Tottcn, has re
turned to her homo at Morganflcld.
Mrs. J. Hoy II. Hose, who has been
with her parents at Huitonvllle, re
turned to Etowah, Tenn., Friday.
THE many friends of Mr. John Ows
ley Held aro glad to sen him out again.
Ho has had a severo attack of rheumu-tiim.
HEV. T. W. IHnKEIl and wife Icavo
today for Warsaw, where they will
- mako their homo durini: the former's
ministry there.
Mr. A. G. Huffman, who has been
at Crab Orchard for some time, has
moved his family to his homo on Lower
East Main street.
Mrs. M. E. Fish, of Crab Orchard,
was on Friday's train returninu from
Oklahoma City, whero shu spent tho
summer with relatives.
Misses MAnY and Dell Fields, tho
pretty nieces of Mr. William Fields,
who have been with him, have returned
to their homo in Cincinnati. '
Mesdames G. C. Givens nnd S. D,
Hartley will entertain Friday after
n vin at 1:30 o'clock at euchro at their
homo on the Kush Dranch pike.
Miss Dessik Haldcman, of Louts
ville. has entered the Driar Cliff Monon,
N. Y.. school for vountr women. Sho
in n crnnd-dauchter of Mrs. John
Uucbjnan, of Crab Orchard.
Dorn. to the wifo of Hev. L. C. Kel
ly. Orllnda, Tenn , a daughter Lucillo
Nowland Kelly. Mrs. Kelly will bo re
membered as' Miss Nancy Nowland,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. New
land, of this place.
Misses Minnie Parker Durham,
Josephine Boll, Jane Lotchor. Kather
Ine Held and Jennlo Graham Bright,
this winter's attractive debutantes of
Danville, spent a few days with Misses
Marjorie and Graco Otter.
Mr. 8. M. Sauhlky and wife return
el Sunday night from a delightful trip
to the Alaska-Yukon-Paclflc Exposition
at Seattle, Wash., and other points of
interest in tho West and aro now with
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McClary.
LOCALS.
Underwear at Severance & Son's.
Si'ECiAL display of suits and
Wednesday. Let us make one
you. Severance & Son.
skirts
to fit
For IIent. Four room cottage with
four acres of ground In good portion of
Stanford. Ed Hubbard, Stanford.
Old papers for aalc. This office
School shoe at Scveranco & Son's.
SWKI.l. shoes for ladies at
& Son's.
Severance
Arent J. S. Hice sold M tickets to
Cincinnati Sunday.
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The diphtheria cases in town are con
valescing, wo aro glad to say.
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I have one room for rent In Craig
property. Mrs. Catherine McClary.
The executor of Mr. T. J. Hobinson
advertises his farm for salo this issue.
THOSE owing this oillce will please
call in next Monday, county court day,
and settle.
Miss Mattie Sacray's art studio will
be closed Thursday, Friday and Satur
day of this week.
Foster's Range is solid cost. Guar
anteed In every particular. Call nnd
see It. Geo. D. Hopper.
OUR carbonator has come and we are
now prepared to make all kinds of fresh
drinks. Shugars & Tanner.
The C. W. II. M. will meet in tho
lecture room of tho Christian church at
2:30 Wednesday afternoon.
ExrERT workmnn on gasoline engines
can bo secured by application to the
Stanford Garage & Machino Co.
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CoUE in and let us show you the $100
Davenport that we will give away on
Jan. 1st, 1910. Cummins & Wearen.
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THIS weather would put tho climate
in tho land of flowers to shame, being
almost as warm as the month of June.
The Ladies Aid Society of tho Pres
byterian church will meet with Mrs.
John W. Rout Friday afternoon at 2i30
oclock.
Car seed has arrived, Missouri Fultz,
prico $1.40; Seed rye, 00c; seed barley
0c; winter turf oats 76c. Terms ensh.
It. Baughman & Co.
The creditors of Georgo Gooch, de
ceased, aro hereby notifed to file with
mo their claims, properly proven. J.
B. Paxton, M. CL.C.C. 3t.
I do all kinds of dressmaking and
can bo found at tho residence of J. F.
Cummins on East Main Street. Givo
mo a trial. Miss Mary Zcllcr.
Sunday night the electric lights wero
turned olT for repairs to bo mndo at
the power house, which the company
hones to have installed in about three
weeks.
ALL claims against tho estate of Mrs,
Lucy Cash presented to mo properly
proven and verified at tho First Nation
nl Bank, Stanford, Ky., will bo paid
II. C. Baughman, Ex'or.
For Sale or TnADE. One 1C horso
power Nichols fc bhephcril traction en
gine and two mounted saw mills, log
wagons, etc. All in good condition,
Call on or address O. W. Potts, Rich
mond, Ky.
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LlGHTNINO Gasolino Engines, Wilder
Strong whirlwind feed cutters and
blowers. Lightning crushers and grind
era. Line shafting, pulleys and hang
era, belting, gas engino oil, etc. Stan
ford Garage Co.
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Broke His Leg Sunday night, Mr.
Robert Fenzel.'the jeweler, slipped and
fell near his store on Lancaster street
and broke his right leg in three places
between knee and ankle. Dr. O'Bannon
was called and set the member arid yes
tcrday he was doing as well as could be
expected.
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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 and livery stable All in
good condition. Will make purchaser a
bargain. For information, apply to G.
T. Ashlock. McKlnney, Ky.
Petry. Mrs. Botsy Long Petry,
wife of Adam Petry, of theOttenhcim
section, died Sept. 30. Sho was born
November 8th, 1811, and had been a
member of the Christian church for 35
years, sho lelt surviving nor a nus-
band and, threo children, J. M. retry,
Simon Petry and Mary E. Disch and
three grand-children. She was a
daughter of the late Brumfield Long.
Mrs. Petry was a most estimable
woman and loved by all who knew her.
Young cockerels for salo at $1. Mrs.
L. B. Cook, Stanford, Ky.
Lost, between llubblo and Hodtro
ville, n cloak, red with black trimmings.
Return to Mrs. J, A Hobinson and get
reward.
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The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris
tian church will meet In the lecture
room of tho church at 2:30 Saturday
afternoon.
Alfred Sworn is learning to bo a
machinist at tho Stanford Garage. He
is getting to be an expert and is oblig
ing and painstaking.
For Sale. Beautiful five-room cot
tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Lo
gan avenue. Prico and terms to suit
purchaser. Cicero Reynolds.
We desiro to thank our friends and
neighbors for tho attention and kind
ness shown our wifo and mother, Betsy
Long Petry, during her last illness.
Adam Petry and children.
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Frank Atkins and Chesterfield
Lackey, colored, wero elected trustees
of the high school Saturday over Tim
Hayden and James Parmer by small
majorities. It was a warm election.
A GOOD audienco greeted "A Pair of
Country Kids" at Walton's Opera
House Friday night. The show is ex
cellent in every respect and the clog
dancing is tho best ever seen here. We
commend tho show as being first-class,
clean and up-to-date.
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The Whito Bros., who manufacture
the great Crab Orchard water, have
broken dirt for a sanitarium on the old
White place not far from Crab Orch
ard. It will contain about 25 rooms
and will be up-to-dato in every particu
lar. Mr. R. C. White and excellent
wife will have charge.
JUDOE TrIDRLE had Chief of Police
Carter bring before him all of tho Ne
groes In Macksville yesterday that were
seen loitering around. The judge gave
them to understand if they did not go
to work by 1 o'clock that day he would
line mem ior vagrancy, uoou. uo al
ter them, good and strong.
Bkonaugii Nominated. Mr. R. H.
Bronaugh, of Crab Orchard, was nomi
nated by the democratic county com
mittee here Saturday for magistrate to
succeed Mr. J. Ward Moore, who had
been elected in tho February primary.
but declined tho honor. Mr. Bronaugn
U a dyed-tn-tho-wool democrat, a most
excellent gentleman, a man of ability
and will mako Lincoln county one of
the best magistrates it ever had. We
congratulate tho committee on its ex
cellent selection.
Tub case of the Democratic Commit-
teo of Lincoln county vs M. S. Baugh
man was reversed by the Court Appeals
Friday with directions to dismiss Mr.
Bsughman's petition. It wilt be re
membered that In tho democratic pri
mary last February Mr. W. L. McCar
ty defeated Mr. Baughman for sheriff
and received the certificate. Tho lat
ter filed contest and the committee
heard tho contest and voted to sustain
McCarty. Baughman claimed the com
mittee did not act, but the higher court
says it did act on the contest and that
their action is final, as the court can
only compel a committee to act, not
how it shall act. Now let by-gones be
by-gones and ovcry man who partici
pated in tho primary that gave Mr. Mc
Carty his nomination, show that he is
a democrat by working and voting for
the ticket from top to bottom. In this
connection wo wish to remind the vo
ters, if there are any who are not dis
posed to support tho wholo ticket, of
the moral obligation resting on each
and every man who participates in any
kind of a contest for a nomination for
any office. The fact that a man seeks a
nomination from a party is, of course,
evidence that he has and expects to af
filiate with that party in the future. It
is therefore no less tho obligation of
him who sought a nomination to sup
port the nominees of the party from
which he asks honors, than It is the
duty of all those who take a hand in
making a nomination. And so, with
tho hope and with tho firm belief that
this obligation will be kept steadily in
mind by tho democracy of Lincoln coun
ty, we unite with a legion of other good
democrats in asking that the McCarty-
Baughman contest bo put away with
the things that are past and gone and
that tho solid phalanx of an unbroken
party be presented to the enemy in November.
MATRIMONIAL.
Brose Carter, 59, and Miss Belle Cole,
17, wero married at Dan Christopher's
yesterday.
Carl Lutes, 19,and Miss Rosa Wilson,
19, were married at James Wilson's
Saturday.
Thomas Status, 22, and Miss Mandio
Martin, 20, were married at Harrison
Martin's Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry JefTcrson an
nounco the engagement of their daugh
ter, Miss Elizabeth JefTerson, to Mr.
Grandison Vaughan. The wedding will
take place next spring. Miss Jeffer
son frequently visited Miss Marie Ma
hony, of this place, and is a most
charming young lady.
Beazley-H arris. Friday night at 8
o clock, Mrs. Kathryn Grinstead Beaz
ley became the wife of Mr. J. Randolph
Harris, Rev. T. W, Barker, of the
Methodist church, performing the cere
mony. The wedding was a quiet one
on account of the illness of the former's
daughter and only a few intimato
friends and relatives wero present. The
bride is a daughter of Rev. W. S. Grin
stead, a former pastor of the Methodist
church here, and is very popular and
accomplished, while tho man of her
choice is one of Lincoln county's sub
stantial as well as most excellent citi
zens, and their many friends here and
elsewhere wish for them unbounded
happiness.
NOTICE!
4si Mims ui niniir iiiiii piiiu ii'iuiii;
drowned tonmif nml k'rovtl flooring, mujUo
4 11 1. I.l. nf . I S i
Hiiis uiat ijvsitt vin i Kiuiii Jitniiuifv, tj
NOTICE I
fjwli Lynn, who wn convicted of intir
drrlnttio Lincoln circuit In If.M, will ask
tho nowrnor for n pardon nnd nil wlio ob
ject will notify the Kovirnor nnd stnte In
writing nny objection. Lewis I.t.nn.
FOR RENTI
Kor rent for 11(10 with nrlillecc of aewlnir
0 ncres In wheat ttili Knll and planting
corn nnd toluicco next spring, will rent
ior pari oi crop. t .muiu'iit.
w nynesuurg, ivy.
FOR SALE I
llnvlim decided to locate elsow here. I will
tell prlutely my farm nt Highland of 40
ncrea, more or lest, improvements goou;
lortt-nouoe on pince; gooti onru;gooi orcn
nrdi well wntertd. J. II. IIiiiiiiit,
Wnyneburg, Ky.
HOME FOR SALE!
One itory cottnge of eight rooms nnd nil
neceatury outbuilding. Lot contnlnii one
ncre.dmded Into cow lotonwhlch Is roomy
Uirn, buggy hounc. corn crib. etc. tlood
garden tHt. This U u denlrnblo place, locnt
eJ on corner of Whitley nnd Miller streets.
A. II. HOLTZPLAW, Htnnford, Ky.
NOTICE!
The Farmers Drug Co.. of Iinnrencehurg,
lias placed KUrekn ionic on sale ill 1.. Han
iters. UrnbOrchnrd. una J. 1). Horton.Htnn
ford. This tonic is to l tnken 111 a half
wine ton wine glnss full threw times n day.
It Is prescrllxd by tho best physicians 111
thu Htate. (lunrnnteed to cure stomach,
liver nnd kidney troubles. Will lx sold on
I ne streets nere next county court uny, uct,
11, by their salesman. Dr. ll.J.Cnsikly.
Sale of Blue
Farm I
Grass
Ai executors of T. J. Hobinson, we will on
WUDNKrUlAY, OCT. SI, ItOW,
nt about 21. M., In front of the National
lianKiu iiustonviue, Ky..ouer ior snie hi
public outcry the farm of about 152 ncres,
about t miles from Hustonvllle, In Lincoln
county, nenr DmiTllle turnpike, Prospec
tive, purchasers will be shown over the
place by J. W. Hughes, who now lives on It.
Vossesslon will lie glen Jan. 1, 1W0. Terms
Hill bo announced on day of sale.
Mhm, M. II. Koiiinho.n A J. 11. I'axton,
r.xors.
PUBLIC SALE !
I will sell at public sale to the highest bid
der, on
HAl UUWA1,UI.1,, IKV,
about MO ncres of land, lying In Zlockcnttlo
couuty. Ky., adjoining the Miidlsou county
line on tu rorin nnu oonienug on tnu !...
N. railroad, mile from lloone station, nnd
threo miles Huutn of lleren College.
This land Is In a good iielghlruood, close
to public school and church. It Can be di
vided Into three tuircels. about Cuucrctlylini
on the Kust side of thu U A N. railroad.
about muiicret lying on the Houtli west side
oi llie iseren, nut nun ivouiiuniouecouu-
ty roan, aua nuoui oiu ucres lying on me
Northeast side of said rond. Thu three par
cels of land will l ottered sepurittely and
thelitis u whole. This land U unimproved
uxoept a small box house. Has n line young
growth of white oak, some hickory, poplar
and pine. There Is ulout lb) to tflu acres
level inuii, wim vvvriasuug wuirr, uuu can
bo mnde n tine ranch for sheep nnd cattle.
Thu sale will be madeon thepremlses.near
the box house.one mile from lloone Htatlou.
TKHMrJ.-Oue luilf cash when deed Is
made, thu remainder III to eijual payments
with a tier cent. Interest till oald. notes with
good surety uud leln retalucd on the land.
Title good.
ror lurtuer iniuruiuiioncmi on or write
W. I', l'ruwllt, llerea. Ky, Harrison Duger,
who lives near tlsu furm. will show nuyone
over It who wishes to look at sum Ufure
thu duy of sale, sale to begin hi it a, n.
A. W.TITUH, Uerea, Ky.
V. J'. I'rewltt, Auct., IJereu, Ky.
L. It. Hughes
T. W.
NEW
DRESS TRIMMINGS
We have just received a new line of tho newest nnd prettiest
drew trimmings you have ever Been, in shade, width and ma
terial. Jet is tjic craze, it is pretty, practical nnd inexpensive.
Our jet trimmings nre chown in a very extensive asrtortment,
in Iwth bright anil dull finish nnd a variety of shapes. We alfo
have a new lot of hand trimmings in all the new shaded, nleo
the rat tail nnd poutache braids nnd buttons to match in all
sizes and colors. It is almost impossible to picture for you tho
lienuties of our elock, wo shall have to ask you to come to bco
them, for no mere description can do them justice. They are
now ready for you, nnd wo will take much pleasure in showing
them, and guarantee prices reasonable.
HUGHES, MARTIN & CO.,
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes,
STANFORD. KENTUCKY.
Fitting
You can buy Clothes in lots of
all, there's something to being safe in
For clothes-i'afety is OUIl strong point. No use Jelling you that tho
New Fall Suits
Arc in, because you expect it: And besides, you look for new thiugs alwajs
in our shop: But when you buy your clothes from us, you aro safe and euro
that you're not getting ill made, slop-shop work. Handsome winter suits
$10 and up.
W. E. PERKINS,
Crab Orchard, Ky.
The Way nesburg Deposit Bank, Inc.,
WAYNESBURG, KY.
Capital. 915.000. Surplus (EL Profits $2500.
Resources Over $60,000.
Directors:
Dr. A. K. Caldwell, K. Curtis, C. 0. Gooch, II. II. Singleton,
J. V. Whoeldon, Dr. J. W. Acton, G. W. Leach, Jas A. Hayes,
M K. Wheoldon, L. G. Gooch.
Officers:
Li. G. Gooch, President, M. E. Wheeldon, Jas. A. Hajes, V.
Presidents. Stnnley Mcintosh, Cashier.
The oftlcera of this bank extend a cordial invitation for your
patronoce, your account Is respectfully solicited whether larjje
or small polite treatment and satisfactory results are assured.
Personal Interviews and correspondence solicited.
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Tho Colloo with tho Strength, Flavor
we will givo
Five Pounds Coileo nt 85o 81 75
X Nickel Dip Colleti Pot at 81.50 1 50
For thirty days you eavo
GIVE IT
GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford.
Humble
W. O. Marti
Clothes.
places and at lots of prices. But after
style nnd fit and tailoring.
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and Aroma. For tho next 30 daya
83 25
81 25
A TRIAL.
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