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THE limttt JOWAL ITANFtRQ. KENTUCKY.
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ty to hear Grand
AIIE unusually fortunate In being able to offer to the mutlc lovers
of thin cltr this splendid. New York success. The Neapolitans all
sons and daughters ot sunny Italy, the land of music have been a
till mimical auccesa In this country, as well as In their native land. It la
complete orchestra under the direction of Slgnor Arturo Lambert!, ono
of tho best directors of Italy. A special feature will be the serenade mil
tu lciuiiar (u iho people of Naples tho entire company singing nnd play
log. Tho principal vocal features, however, will bo rendered by Slgnor
Unrlo, tenor, and Mile. Trcvotto, soprano, formerly ot tho Manhattan
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opera house. New York city, and late of the grand opera companlea of
Italy. These two slngera will appear In solos and duets Another splendid
aololst Is Rlgnnr TnfTo. violin virtuoso, who was a great success In Eu
rope with tho Adriatic Concert company of Italy.
Opera House, Nov. 11th
Phone Shugars & Tanner
for your seats, NOW.
Personal and Social.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Moscr were in
LouicViHo lnut week.
Mrs. A. Y. Kads nnd children, of
Owcnsboro, nrr the jtucrI-j uf her
father Mr. 3. V. Aeev .and wife.
Mr. Hogo Drown nnd son. Ceeil,
of Lanenster, were hero Fridny for
n short time.
Mrs. Itichnnl Hdcker went to
Richmond Saturday to pec her moth
er, Mrs. M. A. Phelps, who hns been
ill for several weeks.
Mr. Mnrv Jennings nnd dnuchtcr
of Areola. Ill, have been tho recent
guests of Miss Lena Palmer nnd
mother, Mrs. Annio Pmilt.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Ilnrdctto Rntnscv,
of 1'nint Lick, who have been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Frank, nt
Danville, ppent scvcrnl davs hero Inst
week with their dnuchtcr. Mrs. Jno.
Ilriultt on their wnv home.
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. M. Hutt. of Crab
Orchard, wcro in Saturday for a
hhort tunc .
Against So Many Surgical Op
and Mrs. Moore Escaped.
Sikeston, Mo. "For seven years Isuf-
ferod everything. I was in bed for four
'.''.'.',.,. ' x...!.1,1! or five dava at a time
every month, ana so
weak I could hardly
walk. I cramped and
had backacho and
headache, and was
so nervous and weak
that I dreaded to sco
anyone or have any
one move In the room.
Tho doctors Rave mo
medicine to ease ma
at those times, and said that I ought to
have an operation. I would not listen to
that, and when a friend of my husband
told him about Lydia E. Pinkham'a Veg
etable Compound and what it had done
for his wife, I waa willing to take it.
Now I look tho picture of health and feel
like it, too. I can do my own housework,
hoe my garden, nnd milk a cow. I can
entertain company and enjoy them. I
can visit when I choose, and walk as far
aa any ordinary woman, any day In tho
month. I wish I could talk to every
suffering woman and girl. "Mrs. Deiia
BETUUNK, Sikeston, Mo.
Murrayville, III. "I have taken Ly
dia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound
for a very bad case of female trouble
and it made me a well woman. My
health was all broken down, the doctors
said I must have an operation, and I waa
ready to go to the hospital, but dreaded it
so that I began taking your Compound.
I get along so well that J gave up the
doctors and waa saved from the opera
tion." Mrs. Chaxlm MOOU, R. R.
No. 8, MwTayvilk, HI.
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Mrs. L, H. Cook went to Louisville
Tii.-.l(iy for "-verel day
Mr. nnd" Mrs. RoWrt McAninch.
of Middlcburg, were in town Sntur
duv. Mr. T. W. Mumble was in Perry
Mile Saturday and Sunday the guest
uf Mr. Iltiuston Parks.
Miss Mamie Singleton, of King's
Mountain is tho guest of Mrs. C. C.
Col. It. It. Gentry enme over from
Frankfort to htninn under the roost
Mi-s Lucindn Lutes, of Highland,
is spending n few dojs with her
bister, Mrs. Hnrry Frye, at Hubble.
Mrs. L. P. Nunnclley has been ill
nt her homo in tho country for sev
Mrs. Will Duncan, of McKinney,
hns been the recent guest of her sis
tcr, Mrs. Ciecr.) Reynolds.
Dr. J. G. Carpenter has returned
home after attending tho Medical
Association in Louisville
Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Humber, of
Sara Sotn, Fin., hnvo been visiting
Mrs. J. 0. Carpenter.
Mrs. W. J. Romans, of Lancaster
and Mrs. John Morgan, of Pnrn
gould, Ark., are tho guests of Mrs.
V. A. Carson.
Misses Nannio Woods nnd Sue
Taylor Engleman, of this plnee, have
been the guests of Miss Levisa Har
ris, nenr Hubble.
Prof. Wultur 0. IIopier, of Mt.
Sterling, wns here Snturdnv. and
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. (Jcorgo D. Hopper.
Miss Minnie II: Herrin, of Lancas
ter, was tho guest of her brother.
M. Duncan nnd fnmily Saturday und
Mrs. G. It. Graham, of Lebanon,
has returned homo after a visit to
her brother, Mr. Harry Fryo and
Mrs. Ailclia Woods nnd dnuchtcr,
Miss Minnis hnvo returned homo af
ter a visit to her sister Mrs. II. L.
Wallace nt Paint Liek.
Jo0 T. Kmbry and J. L. B. Coffey,
of, Frankfort, and Itobert H. Coffey,
of Luwreneeburg (nro.liero to stnmp
under the rooster nnd help swell tho
majority for Wilson nnd Helm.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Head, of
Pin to, Palnski, county, havd. been,
isiting their daughter, Mrs. J. H.
Bustle and grandsons, W. It. and G.
Judgo M. D. Hughes, of Lancaster
was over a fihort while Saturday.
Miss Lcttio May McRobcrts brought
him over in her nuto, which slio
handles with the enso of an expert
Itov. Thomas B. Grafton, who has
been a missionary to Japan for sev
en yeurs, was hero Saturday nnd
Sunday the guest of his former
classmate. Dr. T. Y. Penninon.
Ilev. Urafton is a native of Missis
sippi, and is enjoying his vacation
of three years, which the rules of
his church grant after a continual
service of seven, years.
Mr. C. It. Coleman came Jhome
from Cary to vote.
Col. M. F. Elkin came over from
Lexington to vote at home Monday
Miss Jessie Powell, of Huston
ville, was here M.onday.
Misses Lena and Mary Dee Beck,
of McKinney, were here Mondny for
a few houre.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ballard are re
reiving congratulations over the nr
rival of n son.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Owsley Iteid
nnd Hugh Iteid nro spending scvcrnl
days in Cincinnati this week.
Mrs. L. B, Milton was in Lnnons
ter Tuesday with friends and relu
tives. Mrs. V.. T. Benzley wns in Dan
ville Tuesday with rcluthes nnd
Mrs, S. J. Bell nnd son, Snm, nro
guests of friends nnd relatives in
P. L. Thonins went hack lmiio to
DiinrAillu Tiii-sduy morning to help
out tlio Cntey Bull Mooscrs.
Mrs. J. C Reynolds n tho guest of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Dr. W. N. Craig came over from
Bcrcn Tuesday to piil one in for
Mrs. llcttic Mnrdin atfd Mrs. W. S
Dciiham nro spending several days
in LoiusMlle,ithis week.
Miss Allen Bourne, of Lancaster,
is the guet of hor sister, Mr. W.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Will Brndy nnd
Cntherine went to Louisville Sunday
the guests of Miss Daisy Veatch.
Messrs. George and Joseph Hop
per, of Danville, spent Saturday nnd
Sunday with, thejr pn.rrnt, M and
Mrs. George Hopper.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Bailey, of Crab
Orchard, have returned home nftcr a
visit to her brothers, Messrs Will
and Gnbe Lackey nt Leitchfield, III.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ike Phillips have ro
turned homo after spending n few
days in Louisvillo with relatives nnd
Editor E. C. Walton, of the Rich
mond Climax, who says he never in
tends to vote anywhere hut in Stan
ford, enmo back to vole Tuesday. He
is making a splendid paper out of
Misses Koe and Marguerite Mc
Cormack, of Hustonville, were here
for a short time Mondny. They
were going to Danville with Mr. Lo
gan Hubble in his new Overland car.
Squiro Mhrshnll C. New land, of
Crab Orchard district, on the ove of
election wns presented with n, beauti
ful little daughter by his wife. He
is feeling so good over tho fact that
his friends say it really didn't make
much difference whether or not he
bent Buss Billion for magistrate
Mrs. X. A. Tyree, fonnerly of
Stanford, but who has been living
with her several children in vnriou-.
States, has been the gneit of her
friend, Mrs. A. .7. Tnbble, on the
Irvino pike. She left Sunday to
spend the winter with her daughter,
Mrs. Tyree, in Raleigh, X. C
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Come in nnd hear Judge John W.
Hughos speak Saturday.
Money to Loan. From $1,000 to
$25,000, nt f per cent, with irood
renl estate security. E. D. Penning
ton, Stanford, Ky. 78-Sp.
Penalty on School Tax will bo ad
ded on Xov. 1. in Crab Orchard dis
trict. Get you receipt from Miss O.
M. Lackey at Crab Orchard Bank.
For rent for year 1913, brick
store room in Stanford, corner of
Main and Lancaster streets, oppo
site courthouse. J. S. Hockor. SOtf
Mrs. Martin Tells About a PainfuJ
Experience that Might Have
niveavllle, W. Va. Mrs. Dora Martin,
In a letter from nivesvllle, writes:
"For three years, I suffered with wo
manly troubles, and had pains In my
back and side. I was nervous and
could not sleep at night.
Tho doctor could not help me. He
said I would have to be operated on be
fore I could get better. I thought I
would try using Cardul.
Now, I am entirely well.
I am suro Cardul saved my life. I
will nover bo without Cardul In my
home. I recommend It to my friends."
For fifty years, Cardul has been re
lieving pain and distress caused by wo
manly trouble. It will surely help you.
It goes to the spot reaches the
trouble relieves the symptoms', and
drives away the cause.
It you suffer from any symptoms of
womanly trouble, take Cardul.
Your druggist sells and recommends
It Get a bottle from him today.
N.B.-Write to; LalUa' Mvtaory Detf., CharU-
mm M4klne Co.. Chatunoof. Tf n.. lor
InJruetiMU. aaa S4-MM book. HoaM Tl
tm Wo ." la stole wrswer.esweesn.
For a Long Life.
This Is the prescription for a long
life Klren by an old gentleman In Cob
nectlcnt, who Is ninety-nine years old
and still well and cheerful, "Live
temperately, be slow to anger, don't
worry, take plenty ot exercise In the
fresh air, and, above all, keep cheer
ful." Should tho system get run down
digestive organs weak the blood thin
and sluggish, take Vlnol, which Is a
delicious combination of tho medicine
. body-build Ing properties of coda"
livers, with the useless grease elimi
nated and tonic Iron added. Wo re
gard Vlnol as ono of tho greatest
body-builders and strength-creators In
the world for aged people
Mrs. Mary Ivey, of Columbus, da.,
says: "If pcoplo only know the good
Vlnol does old peoplo, you would bo
unablo to supply tho demand; It Is
Uio finest tonic and strength-creator
I over used."
We wish every feeblo old per
son In this vicinity would try
Vlnol on our ngrccmont to return their
money If It falls to glvo satisfaction.
Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky.
The po-loffice was closed sever
nl hours Saturday, out of repest to
Vice President Sherman, whose fun
crnl was held at that time.
The Soineivot High School defeat
ed the tV l'. Preps 7:1 to 0 at foot
ball. s;i7 er on:o citt or toiux. , ..
Lvcaj cot kit, f "
r J Cntier nukM mill Mit be l inilnf
Mttnrr ot It nrra ol K. 1. ciimtr it Co . doine
fcuriows la the atr of ToUdo. County ami M.ie
twrkl. nd tht nM firm will pr the mm cl
ONE IIUN'ORM) 1XIIAAHS tnt ich anil nrrr
r ol Catarrh thtt cnnut be nml hj tUe tje ol
AU. CATARRH X.r.
Hvnm In hMr ml- And lubsrrtbfil In mr prtMRCV.
UHj tin dijr ol Utcemtirr. A. !.. IMS.
. A. W. OMiASUN.
"! f XOTIRT PVBUC.
ii.ii. rrrtt r-ii.. t. trn IntjmAnr ftnd arts
dlrrrtljr upon the blond and murout aurlacn ol tile
ITAtrin. Bna lor Ilirannui, irrr.
Sold br all Drurersta! lie. "
fait 1UU t amur lliw if ronatlpatloa.
Thoe indebted to me may call
and fettle with my sister, Miss Daisy
Vindeveer, us I hnvo left my books
with her. Mrs. J. C. Lynn. 89 2
You want the best nollcv when
you insure. See Fish & Bromley,
Stanford, Ky. Insure eveiytninp..
1 nm prepared to do elenning, re
pairing and pressing, promptly nnd
nicely. Office at Ed Wilkinson's bar
bT shop. Give tvc a trial. Perry Mc
Lean, Stanford. 84-lp
Don't waste your money buying
strengthening plasters. Chamber
Iain's Liniment is cheaper and bet
ter. Dampen n piece of flannel with
it and bind it over the affected parts
and it will rcliove tho pain nnd sore
ness. For sale by Penny's Drug
As K.xeeutor of Mary Pepplcs, I
will on .Monday Xov. 11, 1912 at
about 1:30 P. M. in front of tho
court hour-e tell at public outcry
2 brood mares, 2 workhorses; 4
cows nnd some farming implements.
J. 11. Paxton, 80-2.
The ladies Aid Society will meet
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock
with Mrs. John Foster. All members
earnestly requested to be present .
1 have moved to Frankfort, but
my sister, Miss Daisy Vnndeveer
will continuo business in tho same
plnco and your patronage is sftll
solicited. Mrs. J. C. Lynn. 8S-2.
Tho moving picture shows last
Fridny and Saturday nights wcro
attonded nnd thoroughly enjoyed by
nil who were there. Tho music add
ed much to tho show. Those who
nre missing theso shows do not
know what they are missing. There
will be picture shows nest Friday
and Saturday nights.
"There could bo no better medicino
thnn Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
My children woro all sick with
whooping cough. Ono of them was
in bed, lind a high fever and was
coughing up blood. Our doctor gave
them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and the first doso enscd them, and
three bottlos cured them," says Mrs.
R. A. Donaldson, of Lexington, Miss.
For Salo by Penny's Drug Store.
Tho initial German of tho season
wns given last evening nt tho Gil.
eher Houso by tho Dnnvillo Cotillion
Club, with Mr. Vernon Richardson
nnd Mrs. Charles P. Cecil, Jr., lead
ing. Tho other couples in tho first
four wcro: Mr. Chnrlcs P. Cecil,
Jr., nnd Mrs. J. R. Cowan, Mr. G. A.
McRoberts nnd Miss Knthorine
n.iu-mnn. Dr. .7. R. Cowan nnd Miss
Louise VnnWinklel Many intricate
and nrcttv fiirures were introduced
during the evening. Tho ladies were
nil beautifully gowned and weTe
looking nt thoir best; the hall was
unusuallv attractive: the musio
which made by tho Thomas Saxo
phone Tno, of Lexington, was
splendid; in fact everyone was de
lighted with the efforts of those ac
commodating young men. Damr1'
My, it's cold to get up ii the night and look for u
extra Comfort or Blanket. Then if yon can't find one ???
Better prepare for these cold nights by coming to this
store and supply your needs. We have everything in
Blankets from a Cotton Blanket at 59c
To a California Wool Blanket at $8.50
See thenew Wool-Nap Blanket, looks like wool, very warm,at $1.75, $2 &$2.50
Good Comforts at 98c to $1.50
Extra Large Comforts, Persian
Designs, with border, at $2.50
Extra Large, Satteen Covered, Per
sian Designs, at $3.00
Severance & Son.
Try tiie Radiolcte llurncr at W. II.
Iliggms, something new 89-1.
The C. U. football eleven seems to
be in the class of the local high
school eleven this seasan. The Uni
versity of Tennessee defeated the
Danville boys last week GG to 0.
Knights Templar desiring quar
ters in the Rudd House, Owensboro,
for the conclave Moy 21, 1913, will
immediately send their names to J.
R. Yeager, Danville, Ky.
Mid-week service at tho Presby
terian church Wednesdny evening at
7 o'clock. Subject "Our Country
God's Country". Membcrb and at
tendants of the church are urged to
August Ridder, an expert shoe
maker of Ottenheim, will open a
shop for general repairing etc., nt
Eichehberger's old stand in Stanford
on Mondny. Pries reasonable nnd
work guaranteed. 88-2p.
The right goods at the right time
and at the light place. Miss Ella
May Saunders. 89-1
For guns, hunting coats, shell
et, shells and all kinds of hun
ters' supplies, go to Karris' 89-1.
Ionc Tom Chcnnult, the Madison
county nuctioneer, wns married to
Miss Lettie Ware, of Fayefte, in
Louisville Inst week.
"It is a pleasure to tell you that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the
best cough medicino I have over us.
ed," writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of
I.avonia, On. "I have used it with
all my children and tho results have
been highly satisfactory." For sale
by G. L. Penny.
Winfred R. Scott, 52, died nt his
homo in Dnnville, Saturday atfer
n long illness. Ho was a member
of the handsome firm of Durham
and Scott. Ho was n native of
Garrard county. Deceased is survived
by his wife, who is a niece ofMrs.
W. C. Grinstend, of this cityT and
THERE IS REAL PAINT
and also some stuff mixed with
cheapening materials that is not
worthy of the name. Ii yos have
bad experience with the latter kind
you don't want another. If yon
haven't take our advice and don't
experiment. Buy on rsal paints
and save yeuvslf 'dttappduatmeat
aad money aa weB.
I A. ALLEN. MMftrtKy.
mmd SURETY BONDS
S. M. NEWLAUD
'When the officers of this bank see a depositor making steady
gains in his balances, oar coiilldeiiee in him grows.
When a depositor who hns won our confidence requires money
with which to develop his business, our large resources enable us
to give him all tho credit his financial condition warrants.
The merchant, the manufacturer, tho builder, the farmer who
does business at this bank, receives its financial support when
he needs it. We invito all who want the co-operation of a strong,
resourceful bank to become depos itors of the
Lincoln Gounty National Bank
Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100.00 Resources $500,000
Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford. Ky.
"Which of the Three
Parties will win?"
may be a hard question to answer,
but we can answer one for you that
is more difficult than this one,
"What kind of Clothes
should I wear?" .
Take one look at our Fall stock
and the problem will be solved. All
wool suits that hold their own and
always look good.
We try to make every suit we
sell a walking advertisement for us.
We can fit you in suits from $10
to $30 in all the shades and styles
that ore up to
Cummins fe Yearen
E. D. Pennington,
General Farm Surveying
52-6m Phone 172, StlffM, fy.