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THE HTEB10H JOUMt AL, ITANFOM. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 23. 191 1
Were You PreparedForTheColdSnap
We have the remedy for the chill that crawls up your spine these cold mornings. We have ampte preparation for the rush in different de
partments. .Come while assortments are the largest.
Children,.' I'Mimi Suit ' , 25c lo ..75r
TIioho Bmili are innilc with twin needle "lileli "'"' ,',cllcui
LADIES UNION SUITS.
At 50c, 75c, $ I, to $2. ... .
We Kiv.. tin- very l.et value olttiiinulilo nt tlic i.rices. Va "
lilrnch suit t ..,.....- ate ana oc
Yelmve DUO FOLD UNDERWEAR for tlioie win. muat Imve wool.
TIih'w u patented fnlirie Willi wool iiutaido nuil c.tloii iiwdc you ftct
ml of the Hcrntrh. He "lint ntul Dok nt these oo.N.
OUTING CLOTH GOWNS.
Well made oiitinir jjowiim nt "0, 7"e iiml fl. These nrc the licit
liiiulv jromN we hint' ever tdinvvn
v Nice jmltcnw in skirtn with over iut eiltre tuftle nt 'JJ5n mid MP.
. Wu liuvc rtiiwu mot foinforinhk' tmniieiiN nt 'J'ic, 30e, ".m: nml ;1.
hood cup- J'c.
We are kIiowiiir better value in tlu-n popular trinoiiti for ninny
M-ii-im White, Xiiu.Oxforit nml rnrdmnl runt nt M 1. t- mm t.
Severance & Son
CHILDRENS' HEAD WEAR.
i nt "" mid fl Aviation enps .'ill, in ft.r)l). Itdl.in.
Children' rubber lined xehool enpo hood f KoO an,! fl.OS.
flood vnlues in Misses nml cliildrens' pontn fll.oO to $Jl!.uO.
This miiterinl is in great favor this xeueon, cliildrens' nt $11 Misses
"I to. Iidios special viilne at $10.
See the new reversible con In. Tli.- plnid hnek cloth conts. They nro
new mid hcllini; like hoi enkes
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
t'. '.. Tale hns lieen mi the sick
o er from
.Icmu Tralor enme
uncle W. II. Tmylnr.
Mr Nnmnc W'enrcn, of l.exiuijtnii
is llic jruct of her son, W. II.
W'rnreii iml family.
Curroll Ditililernr is lit homo
from Slielliwille for it nhort itnv.
lister (.I'ltiuiiinii is taking n ci
iilifie course nt Slate I'lmcr-ity in
Mr, nml Mi. '. W. Adams nml
IiiiiiJmiiiic little ilaiihtcr were here
tor n -hurt time on rriday.
Mr. It. S. lljclie nml hahy have
rcluucd from a isit to relatives nt
1'nris. They were accompanied by
her little niece, Limine .MnftliL Lull
Mim. Horn liilimmi of Colorado,
Spring arrived last week to be the
puctt of her limit, Mrs. J ..L M'-Cht-
AIik Fannie Todd. llm-mut, '
viMtinsf her mother, Mrs. Nuney !.
Ifiin. Mr. Hubert IoK has jetiirned
home from n week' vUit to liiends
nml rvlutive in lticlimond.
Mr T. I. Hall and children of
Mnxwood have been the gliesttt of
lici prtrents for a few day, Mr.
and Mi. W. M. Wilder, Si, ut Hub
ble. W. A. KulmuU. ifc and dimsli
ler of I'uvingtou tpnt several diiv
in Lincoln Inst week witl. hi ne
phew. J. t. and Maek KiihaiiU and
other relutie in this i-cMion.
Mr-. J Ik l'nxtnn wiih culled to
lmeii-ter blsl week liv the lllnes
if her father T. J. liohiiiMin. who is
.oiiili'rnlil imiiroved "lllee llisl
iiuiii 1'rieiiiU will he s!h1 to know.
Mrs. J. T. lloknif hiih rutunieil to
her home nt Salem. Iml.. after a
pleasant i-il tit Mix. J. I). WVnren.
Mi-s Kluabeth .Jones is i-itiig
Mis Liccie Le Martin in Indiami-
The ( nrrent Kents Club will meet
with Mrs (J (1 I'ern Tliur-dnvjiC- j
lertioiiii at J 10 ('dock.
Mide Safe by Lydia E. Pinkham's'
GranltflTllle. A't. "I wns passing
nml other annoying
symptoms, nml l
can truly say that
Ly.Ha U. rinkliam'a
pound has proved
worm inoiiuiaius ui
!list for sevcrnl das
Horn, to the wile of I' rnl Haiimiiii
n ten pound (,'irl. ,
U. L. Arnold orders his I..I. uhnnu
ed from Lancaster lo Richmond,
where he will make his home.
Dr. It. L. I)aion, (icoriu I). Flor
ence and M'cral other prominent
Lincoln county republicans went to
LiuieiiMtcr last Friday to hear O'lteai
Former ('oiipresiniinii I. (' .I'd
wards, of I.dikIoii, was here lu-.t Fn-
lar linyinj; feed.
Sir. Theodore Mohr of Lexington
was here lnt week on husiiiess uml
wns a j:iie-t at Milton Warren's in
Hon. ('. ('. Williams, of Mt. Ver
non passed tliroiii.'li here last week
on u liu-mess tnp lo Lomswiie.
Mrs. .). .1. liekey is in Louisville
l'nmphellsille and Shnrp-lmix mi
MissiomirN Society work for xevenil
Louis Kticner. lhepopulnr easliier
the Firwt State Hank, of .(unction
City, pnsMsl up thu rohd Siuidaj on
it sliorl i-it to trivmls.
Mr. and Mr. .1. (J. Carpenter letl
on Sumlii) for 1'ailiicah to attend the
nuuiial inevlinir of the Kentucky
Slnte .cdieal A-oeiation. Mr.
Cnrpeuter spent Similar "t Shelhv
ille with her tlauahter, Mrr. II. W.
Carpenter and piuied Dr Carjien-
ler that tutilil ut Louiille.
N'ew stock of lleinr
npple butler. Canndii
t . ut W. II. Ilircin''
W. S. Fish represents only the
best and slronqest Insurance com
unnies. Let him keen You protected.
The Missionary Society of the
HupUM ehuieli will meet on Thurs
du afternoon at two oclock with
Mr. W. II. Weni en. "
Do you want to i-ee "Mult nml .Iili
rue-din niL-lit if so come to the
Opera House, he is there.
For Sale.-- My house, on lower
Main' Street in Crab Orchard. A
new hriuc of seven rooms two story
liiu'li. two porches nml nil acre of
laud. A very desirable dwelling.
.1. W. Moore, Crab Orchard, Ky.Slif
Itev. .1. J. Dickey will bepu u meet,
nir nt LoKiin'rt Creek next Saturday
niyht. He will he ussisted by Itev.
.. X llcrnld. lute of We-t Virpnin.
Scrwccs Siindav morning nml nicht
and on. Kverxbody is invited to at
tend nml paitieipate in the scrice.
For Sale My Imrrn on Fast Alniii
blrcet. H. C. Hnughir.uu. fiStf
The Cmb Orehnrd chool tnv is
P'ist due. The Jiooks nrc ntithe Crnb
Orchard Hanking Company's office.
nml all owing this tux wilt plcnsc
etll nml settle at ouce. O. M.
My home in Hiistonille, Ky., 2 l-'J
acres well fenced, house containing
0 rooms besides pantry ami bath
room, II poiches cistern and never
fitilinp; well ut door, t;ood burn nml
nil other necessary outbuildings.
Splendid gmdcTi. Terms easy. fl.
T. Ashloek. llustonville, Ky. S'J-U
We are prepared to install hot
water mid hot nir lioatmi:, plumbing;
en ., Conn Hros., Lancaster, 81-tf.
NICE HOME FOR SALE
A cottnuc with hiv rooms.
buildings and two acres of laud.
Apply to Murv T. Jones, IaIi.iiioii.
Marion County Ky.
tmm: i u bML a.
'TV 1 . V
iza f .7vxiw.
The subject of ".Mull nml Jeff"
nt the Stnnfoid Opera Ilou-e To
tnulit will be ".Milt I and Jeff Make
To break up a cold in chest or
head over night, pour a hcnnt tea
MMioufiil of llyomci into u bowl of
bmliiiu water." Hrealho the vapor.
Hot tie of Hyou.ei o0 cents. (i. !..
Fenny gimritniVn it for catarrh,
colds etc. I
LOSt- An open face gold watch:
strap ilh it for a chain. Upward
for return to Mat Myers. M'2
Hooks for your state and county
Mate hre now ready. I'lcnso cull
ami settle W. L. MeC.irty, frhorilT.
Itev. J. 0. LiviiiRston will preach
nt SoaperH Sutiirdnv night uml at
Ml, Zion Siimlnv inornins nml ove
ninj.. $100 Reward, $100.
Tt rrdfn ot thU pir wUI to pItmnI to kra
U.,1 Ibrn H t ! Jrfadwl dlw Itat kwico
Bold to me, n; It riTrjrKSS'K
restored my lalfU i uw , juir. w.b JJ" -w .-"
?u .... ..... ,.. ih. mnik&l Irairnilty c.urrh
txli.it cuiimtutwnal a. miuln roumto.
tkMul IrMliumt llH imrrh IMm l tkro ui
Ifniillr fllu lln-rllif u;ion II blo.l and rnuraii
L.-, L ... K. ...m. Ihfrbv drtlrulllUI II
tuuniUtkn ol lbs a. ul "vl lb wlknt
ltrrDlh tr bulkllnt ui tli coiltuiiin M "hu
"i ililur. I. dou. II. ur. II- P"l",""" J?
a niurh Itllh bl It. cur.Ur. pgorn Ibat "n"
(lac lluiulre.1 Hollar, lur anir mm Ibt 11 UIU w
fur bend tol lut ol ttlruonlaU
MUmt F. J.( III M.V . CO, lololo. O.
Hold by U lrulla, Jlc
-a ll.U ram V 1'UU lor can.tlp.tir ,
....I u wo.t nt li 1
nover forgut to tfill I
imy iriuiuin mi.ii.
l.vdl.i i:. I'lnkhain'l
VeBetablo Conipouml lias tonu lor mo
durlnR this trinff iwrhvl. Completo
restoration to health means so much
to mo that for tho,nko of other suiter
intf women I nm willing to into my
troublo publlo so you may publish
this luttcr." Miw. t'HAS. lUittXAV,
lt.F.D., tjranltovlllo, Vt.
XflTothor medlclno for woman's III--
has received bik-Ii vldo-streadnud un
iiualllU'il endorsement, .so other med-li-lno
wo know of has such a record
of cures ns has Lydla K. l'inkham'if
l'ormoro than 30 yenrs It Ins been
curluK woman's Ills such as Inllamuvv.
tlon. iilconitlon. Ilbrold tumors. Irref?
nlaritles, lKjrlwlIo Kilns uml m'ryouj
iiriMtratfon, and It h iimmuallcd for
carrvinK women safely through the
period of changn of life
Sirs. IMiilctinni, at Lyiin, -IiiHi.,
JllVllCS all HICK UOHIill Hi
her for mix lco. hit uuvku ;
Let me overhaul vour Kiisolme
eiiRiui1 nml avoui com weauier
troubles this winter. 1). lliillou.
Leave vvonl at the I. J. office
1'ny your citv ta now Siv per
cent will he added Nov. 1st. H. I).
Fresh Oysters just received. Fields
Ilros., nt Jeso Lynn's old stand.
Phone No. 168 for fire insurance
on vour tobacco In barn. R. H. New
I nm pajim? highest prices for
fresh eggs, chickens and all kinus
of country produce. Fields Hros.,
Stanford nt Je.sse Lvnn's old stnnil.
Coiigrcssuuin llnrvej Helm made
u number of speeches .for the ikiiio
erutic ticket in Anderson county
last week nml will go to Shelby this
week. He donig loir- of good on
(ho stump this' fall.
Hilioueiu'hH is iluo to a disordered
comlilioii of thu btumnoh. Cham
berlain'8 Tablets ale eesentinllv ft
stomach medicine, intended especial
ly to act on (lint organ; to oleanso
n ..traiu'ilum it. tone and invigornto
xVluo I t. to regulate the liver uml to ban-
iafrcft ih hi'ioi-snesa positiVel and effee-
.tually .All dealers. iS-4
The Results Made This Newbur
Lady Glad Mie roiiowea
Ncwliunt. Ala. "For tnoro than a
year," writes Myrtlo Cothrum, ot this
nlaco. "I suffered with terrible pains In
my back nud head. I had n sallow
complexion, and mj foco was covered
Ilh pimples. Our family doctor only
iravo mo temporary relief.
A friend of mlno advised mo to try
Cardu), so I began taking it, at once,
and with tho best results, for I was
cured after taking two bottles. My
mother and my aunt havo also used
Cardut and wcro greatly benefited.
I shall ftlwaya pralso Cardul to sick
and suffering women."
Cardul Is a purely vegetable, per
fectly harmless, tonto remedy tor wo
men, and will bencflt young and old.
Its Ingredients aro mild herbs, hav
Inia gentle, tonlo effect, on tho wo
Cardut has helped a million women
back to health and strength.
Havo you tried ltY It not, please
do. It may bo Just what you need. -
' N. D - Writ lo: ladle.' AJUorv Dpt., CM"..-,
nouM Mfdlilna C u.,Chailamita, Icnn., lor .S;Wki
Jmlruclioiit, an! M-mii buuk. Home Ticalsxnl
for Womtn," unl la plun wi.rper, oo ic;ucit.
In order to dissolve the partnership existing between E. P. Woods & Son
we will sell publicly on
Wednesday, Nov. 1 , ' 1 1
At the residence of E. P. Woods, 2 1-2 miles from Stanford on the Shelby
City pike and 10 miles irom Danville, all the stock owned by us In offering
this stock we know full well that we are presenting a lot of as good brood
mares as can be found in Kentucky; bred to the mighty jacks, Clifton andRus
sell and believed to be safe in foal. The mules we offer are all first-class and
in good condition. The stock owned by E. P. Woods individually will not
be sold. This sale is absolute and without reserve or by-bTd. The stock we
will offer is as follows:
2 extra good 2 year old mare mules ""
3p Sugar yearling mules. Will be sold single and in pairs.
6 extra Sugar mule colts as good as grow.
7 good Cotton mule colts. ,
30 extra good brood mares safe in foal to jack v
1 Filly colt by Don Varrick
l4Pilly colt, draft bred.
1, Horse colt by Don Varrick
2 Horse colts, 1 of them dratt bred
1 Extra yearling stud colt by Dignity Dare, subject- to register.
1 4 year old Dignity mare, gentle to drive
1 2 year old gelding by Grant Monical '. , ,
1 2 year old gelding by Gen. Brightheart
1 3 year old gelding by King Eagle
1 8 year old diiving horse.
1 4 year old work horse
1 5 year old work horse
10 good steer calves
25 good long yearling cattle
1 p-nrd i en net and colt
The celebrated mule jack. Russell, 16 hands high and a's good a
breeder as can be found anywhere in Kentucky.
TERMS Liberal and vill be made known on day of sale.
Dinner served on the ground by J. C. Lynn.
I. M. DUNN, Auct.
E. P. & J. H. Woods
and ahvaya help! tu.