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MARCH 20th. 1010 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. PAGE THREE aaaaaaaaaasaaaa : A Second Trip S To the mnrket we've found necessary (on nccount of the brisk, early Spring business) nnd nrelctterprcparei thnn ever to supply you with your Spring nnd Summer 2 2 needs. Tlie increased patronage we hnvc continued to 2 2 enjoy is due to the fact that our goods nre ns represent- cd. Wo mnke good every statement, we nrc never 2 2 undersold when quality is considered. a " Severance & Son, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 2aaeaaaaaaa i New Floor Coverings. : New Wash Goods. J Wo nrc showing some pretty novelties in wnsh goods. 5 Homo Slum linens nt 2Tc, homo spun lincno 15c, new French ginghams, new flnxons in checks. 3 2 We hnvc just received new druggets new rugs, new 2 runnings, etc. New Silks. Having sold our first purchases we have just received 2 new patterns in silks. New Corsets. 2 0Scc the new models in Americnn-Lady corsets. $1 to $3. Fine Embroideries. Pretty flouncings nt 50c to $5 per ynnl. Suits and Skirts. Let us show you our suits nnri skirts. We make n spccinlty of making n skirt just like you want it. Needles, Dobbin nnd Shuttle for oil sewing machines nt Penny's Drug Store. to Mns. J. C. M cCi.au Y is confined her bed with n m ulsrlnl attack. Miss Deijie Newland, of Crab Or chard. Istvliitlnc friends in Now Cas. tie, Tcnn. J. M. ALVEHSON returned to Frank fort Monday morning, nftcr spending Sunday with friends hero. John Coffey, a popular Jlrcman on the Li. & N., whoso homo Is nt Leban on, spent Sunday with his cousin, Mrs. Farley Scott and family, nt Crab Or chard. Alexander Williams, ono of Undo Sam's best soldiers nnd a valued sub scriber to tho I. J,, has been transfer red from Fort Missoula to Fort Assln nlboinc, Mont, Mr. and Mns. Charles Garner, of i.rab Orchard, are receiving congratu PERSONALS. Mrs. II. C. Faiikii Is in Louisville. loo Terry is visiting his uncle in Madison county. ' James Herrin was down from Crab Orehard Saturday. J. W. ACKY mado n business trip to tho mountains last week. W. S. Fisit and little daughter wero guests of relatives at Paint Lick. Mrs. A.J. Adami, of Hustonvlllc. is spending several days with relatives. Mrs. J. M. Dronaurii, of Lexing ton, spent Saturday with the Misses Paxton. W. K. Shuoars, Jit , spent several days with his grnnd-parents at Lancas ter. W. E. Perkins, of Crab Orchard, was In town yesterday shaking hands with hit host of friends. A. II. C. Dinwiddie, of Hustonville, was In town Friday shaking hands with hit many friends. All, aro cordially Invited to attend the open session of our Literary Socio ty on Friday, April 1 Sixth Grade of Stanford Graded School. Henry Coleman, manager of the Columbia Singletrvo Factory at McKin ney, was hero this week rcrurnlng from tho mountains, uhero ho has' been pur chasing lumber for his big factory. Mips Madoe Hackley has returned 'from a visit to friends at Ml. Vernon and Crab Orchard. Mrs. J. C. Hailey and children, and Miss Ophelia I.nckoy, of Crab Orchnrd, wero with friends and relatives here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. DoLrn Idee. Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Watklns and Or. Ilalley, of Louisville, came up In a big touring car and spent Sunday, the guests of Mrs. Susan Yeager. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Chris tian church will meet with Mrs. W. P. Grimes at 2 o'clock Tuesday uftcrnoon. to finish the work they hnvo cm hand Ladies of the church nre invited A good reader will be on hand. Gait. Thomas Helm, of Danville, has wnnounccd tho engagement of his daughter. Miss Pattio Helm, to Mr. l-Vl-ward Vnrls, a leading young attorney at the Danville bar. Tho wedding will occur at tho home of tho bride in Dan ..tn. n An.ii r. TIIIU Wll ,! v. i Mrs. J. S. Grimes, of Elizabeth-101 "'"' town, announces tho engagement of' Mrs. Sussn Hardwlcke Sandusky an her daughter, Elizabeth Payne Grimes, I nouncea the engagement of her daugh to Edward Series Crumc. formerly of . ter. Anna Katherine, to Dr. Henry Gil- Elluir.etr.town. but who has recently , moro Foushoc. The wedding como to Louisville to locate. The wd Asiinv Warren spent tho homcfolks. Miss Uettie CARTEn, of Morcland, was the guest of friends here Monday. Dr. J. T. Hoiion, of HuMonvillc, was in town last week, shaking hands with his many friends. Miss Peachik IIaugiiman is about ablo to bo out after her tussle with ty phoid fever. E. P. Owsley, of Columbus, Ga., is hero on a visit to his father. Dr. J. H. Owsley. John Owsley keid Is reported to have had a very bad night Sunday night and his friends arc feeling great uneasiness over the condition of this popular young man. Marshall Newland and sister, Miss Kill II XTntulnnrl awn lIfB. tlnTa Mminfav 1 si iiCTTiailU. OIU V19IVHIK fcHCli IVU3III, Sunday with I Dke3s makino Lritxrtm ilnnn fto Mlaa and sewine of all kinds done by Miss Mary Zcller. nt J. F. Cummins' residence. Satisfaction guaranteed. OUR great low price sale is still on and wo're still selling everything below cost. Hotter como quick. S. Gold stein. latlons of their many friends upon tho J Miss Jennio CofTey, in Danville. Mrs. arrival of n sweet littlo girl in their 'ColTcy has returned to her homo in home. Mrs. Mary UonniNSandlittlodaugh ter, Selena, spent Easter Sunday with her relatives at Crab Orchard. Miss Annie Davis, her elder sister, will spend n fow days with relatives at Danville. In writing to havo his paper changed from Pinovlllo to Lenoir City. Tenn., J. C. Wells says: "I do not want to nits any of them. Tho new stylo of your paper is great, and it makes ono think it Is a daily." Mr. E. C. Walton, of Stanford, Ky., Is with tho editor for n few days. It is his first visit to Florida and the tint time ho has been foot loose In over 25 years. Mr. Walton has published the Interior Journal of his native town, since bo) hood, selling the paper re cently to take a much needed rest. Ho Is delighted with Orlando and is deter mined to spend at least one season hero in the near future Orlando Daily Re-I porter-Star, of which George C. Keller is editor and manager. The engagements of soveral promi nent and popular young people in Blue Gras society, wero announced in Sunday's Lexington Herald They were: Bishop and Mrs. Lewjs William Burton announce the engagement of their daughter, Louise, to Mr. Henry Kava naugh Milward. Thi wedding will be a beautiful event in Juno. Mr and Mrs. H. McKco Scobec, of Winchester, announce tho engagement of their sister, Jane McDowell Tracy, to Mr. Thomas Clark Tracy. Tho wed ding will bo celebrated tho latter part Danville, after a pleasant visit to Mrs. J. II. Newland, at Crah Orchard. Try an Old Bros. LOCALS. Hickory wagon. Pence I HAVE made a chantro in mv bucrcv and implement business and all who owe an account that is past duo will please call and settle nt once. Also all notes that nre due and past duo must bo paid at once. E. T. Pence. m m Fly tlmo is nt hand. Get our low prices on screens for your windows and doors. George II. Earris. 8-2 La DIES, don't fail to see those suede Oxfords In gray and blacks. Pricer, $3 to $3.G0 at Cummins & Wearen's. Wanted, to trade lumber for barn patterns for corn and hay. C. J. Sip pie, London. Fresh-caught Ohio river big fish at the Country Storo today. .... Lost. Automobile glove. Reward for return to Miss Luclla White. ' Rev. A. W. Davis, of Midway, preached the Easter sermon for tho Colored Knights of Pythias at the Chris tian church Sunday. Lincoln Lodgo No. 8 turned out in full uniform and made a bravo showing as they maneu vered on Main street. L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. 0. .Martin Corsets. The freshest wrinkles in neckwear at Cummins & Wearen's. New Florida fruit and vegetables at tho Country Storo. $ Oil cloth and straw Country Store. matting at tho S. C. B. Leghorn eggs for sale. Best laying strain. Write or phone Mrs. Ik. Ln uerry, iiusionvuie, Ky. 7-10 ii in.. Pore Plymouth Rock eggs, $1 for I setting of 15. Mrs. A. R. Nunnelley, lurnersvuie. ding will take place on June 2. at the Elizabcthtown Prrsbvterian church Courier Journal. Miss Grimes i a daughter of tho lato Joeph Crimes, formerly a prominent citizen of this city, and a brother of W. P. Grimes. , moro Foushcc. The wedding will bo jBnl.tlivnl.wf ... T .1. A ivivuiii.iru ill nuiiu. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Bush Stewart, of Winchester, announco tho engage ment of their daughter. Ilia, to Mr. Vernon Strodo Hislo, nlso of Winches ter. The marriage will be celebrated in April. "Queen Quality" Oxfords hold their shape and stylo. Lotus fit you. Cummins & Woaren. Plymouth Rock, Leghorn and Blark Minorca eggs for sale. $1 per 1C. Ld Hubbard. Buggies of quality, such as Colum bus, Mager and Urockway, at Penco Bro. . Lost. Shepherd bitch, reddish col or; very timid. Reward for return to M. S. Baughman. tf Lost. Gold chain and locket, engra ved S L T. Reward if returned to Mrs. Jesse Traylor. 9-2t P: For Sale. Few nice Buff Ornlng ion cocKereii. Also eggs lor natcnin Mrs. W J. lloltzciaw, Stanroril, it. D. No. 1. DEruTY Sheriff T. S. Reynolds arrested Will Humphrey, of McKlnney, on n statutory chnrge last week and lodged him in tho county jail hero. II. G Johnson, stock claim agent for tho I & N.. was hero last week settling with farmers for stock killed by trains. Grimes Deazley and S. T. Harris both got checks for animals they had lost. Coburn's Minstrels held the boards at Wnltnn'a Opera House on Saturday night and gave a most creditable per formance. A packed house erected tho troupo and vociferously applauded each number. There was not a single questionable joke and withal it was well worth the time and money spent. It was tho company's third appearance in Stanford nnd the fact that each per formance has drawn a larger house is evidence ot its worth. J.L.Bazley&Co., IT ill V IvMiiiL-.- ill" wivii 09 fiustbroof 1 We call your special atten tion to our new line of cor sets. The latest models of Warner's rust proof corsets have, without exceptions the most perfectly designed hip nnd back lines that have been brought out this season in the new sheath effect. We have them in nil styles and sizes, long or short with high or low bust as suits cus tomer. This is a beautiful corset, mode of imported Contils handsomely trimmed withwide lace, extra heavy elastic hose supporters at tached both front and sides, bound throughout with alu miniged rubber coated non rustable steels, wrapped in linen, prices from $1 to $5. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. i -. . ) LM-iiiik I Clothes of Value. I Easter marks tho Iwinnind nf intimo i,. ..,;..,. ., :i.i.. I ........ , ..,,., uujiue uui injssiuiy on account oi its early date this year you postponed buying your suit until later if so we now invite you to inspect our line. We do not search the market for the cheapest clothes the manufacturer can produce but for the best values and styles that the entire country's markets offer such depend able goods coupled with reasonable prices, should induce you to buy here. DndertaKera and Erabahr er. Also Dealers in Fur oituroMattingB.Rugs. Thej will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock. Giro Them a Call. Price Right. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. r W w w w v. ; W MM W d rf. i .. n I JfJHpJt Be"S", 8nr W MsW JvMjJBJfe WJ c.f rHfkt 1409 tr 1 Hirt let tfit r & Mm GET IN THE GAME. Also Get Into One of Those HART, SCHAFFNER andlvflARX, Spring Suits and no one can dress better than you. Take no chance, but see that the HART, SCHAFFNER and MARX label is in your suit and you get a positive guarantee that it is all-wool fabric perfect in style, fit and workmanship. Prices from $17.50 to $27.50. Other well-known makes at any price below $17.50. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, : KENTUCKY. '