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Itftfe Stories or Women About GothesNo. 3
To the Woman Who Cannot
Afford to Make a Mistake
There's a classic old joke
about the way to tell a toadstool
from a mushroom. "Eat it if
'you die it wasn't a mushroom."
r You may smile at that but do not"
thousands of women apply the same,
principle to buying clothes?
What method have you for telling whether
'or not the tuit or coat you buy is made from
all-wool clothi or is properly tailored ? Have
you any other test than to wear it and if it
does not keep its shape, learn too late that it was
iiiof properly made ?
There are very few women who can afford'
IcPmake a mistake in their expenditure for
clothes. The difference between a thoroughly,
carefully tailored suit, and one that is carelessly
tailored is this:
A properly tailored suit, made from
ralUwool cloths, will give at least twr, i
; seasons' full satisfaction.
The carelessly tailored suit, or one made
from cotton mixtures, will give anywhere
yrom a few weeks to a few months of r.eary
satisfaction or of positive disappointment.
'The woman who cannot afford to
make a mistake must have some certain
guide to her choice. Wc have givenjt
to her. " W
If she buys a suit, coat or skirt with the'
Wooltex label in it, she is perfectly safe.
are guaranteed for two full
are made from purewool,
fabrics only. ;
is the very best that Amer- -ican
tailors (the best in the kbrf
world) know howtogive.'. : -4. feni
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A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO.. Danville, Ky.
I in' J I Sir '?ii I
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By virtue of Execution No. G1S
directed to me, which issued from
the dork's otlleo of the Lincoln cir
cuit court in fuvor of J. Ij. Hlock
rby ugninst J. I!. Mnybrior, 1, or
one of my deputies, will, oti Monday,
the 11th day of November, llU'J, be
tween tho hours of 1 and - o'clock
P. M., ut tho court house door in
Stanford, county of Lincoln, Ky.,
&pose to public bqlo to tho highest
bidder, tho following propcity (or
so much thereof us may ho neces
sary to Bntisfy tho amount of the
)lainti(I'H debt, interest and costs)
towit: Tract of laud containing 50
jktos, more or less, located in Lin
coln county, Ky., on tho Lead waters
-of Green river and bounded by tho
ltuids on the south by Holey; west by
JVbncr Young and Hansom Baugb,
ast by the lands of A. J. May brier
mid north by the lands of J. A. May!"
fcrier, near Highland, levied on as
the property of J. B. Maybrier.
fiarae was conveyed to the said
Maybrier by deed from B. D. Iliatt
and wife of date November 10, 1008
recorded in eked book 43, page 380.
The amount of this execution is
.39.1G, with interest at 0 per cent
from the first day of December,
ISOfi until paid and $1.80 costs ami
tho fmtlier cobts of this action.
This sale will ulso bo made subject
to n deferred clnim f $300 against
Miid hind as owing on same as pur
chase money; levied upon us the
propel ty of J. B. Maybrior.
Terms Sale will ho made on n
credit of three months, bond with
opproved security required, bearing
interest at tho rate of 0 per cent
per annum from day of sale and
having tho force nnd effect of n
sales bond. This 29th day of August
1012. W. L. McCarty, S. L. C
J. X. Cash, plaintiff, vs. John aud
Sallio Currilton, defendants.
Lincoln Circuit Cuurt.
In obedience to a judgment of the
Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at its
May term, 1012, in above styled ao
tion, the undersigned Commissioner
will, at about 1 o'clock P. M. lieu,
day, November 11, 1012, County
Court day, ta front of the court
houso door in Stanford, Ky., offer
for sale at public outcry to tho high
est and bet bidder the following
personal property uud real estate
towit: I ho peisouulty consists of one
t-nw mill an, engine, being u com
plete ltnssell outfit mid same being
same rii; ami outfit sold to the de
fendant John Currilton by J. X.
Cash. Tito leul estate is described
us follows: being in two tructs iu
Lincoln county, Ky., on Green river
and bounded on tho northeast nnd
west by the lands of Bradley John
son, on tho southwest by lands of
J. J. Heed, and on tlio south by lands
dim Smith, southeast by lands of
Ben Vest nnd Joe Pennybakcr's
heirs, and on the oast by lands of
John McKee, containing 171 acres,
more or less. Second tract is in
Lincoln county, Ky., on wnters of
Green river nnd bounded qn the
south and west by lands of John
Vinson; on the southeast by lands
of D. C. Hiiigo, on the east and west:
by lauds of Bradley Johnson and
John Henry, containing 35 acres,
more or less.
Also a parcel containing (our
acres, more or less, and saiiii con
veyed to defendant John Cairiltou
br deed from George Pulliam and
wife, recorded in deed book 27 page
W8. Tho personalty will be offered
first and if not suflicient to satisfy
judgment, then the real estate will
he offered as follows: tract 1, 2 and
3. This salo is made to satisfy
plaintiffs judgment for .fool) with
interest thereon at C per cent per
annum from June 0, 1010, with a
ciedit of $10 pnid June 0, 1011. Sale
made on credit of six months, bond
with good surety for purchnso price
pnynblo to Commissioner, bearing u
per cent interest from day of sale,
until paid, secured by lieu nnd hav
ing force and effect of judgment
will be required of purchaser. Oct,
24, 1012. 80-3P
E. D. Pennington. M.C.LCC.
All having claims against the es
tate of Curtis Cover, deceased will
please present them promptly prov
en to the undersigned.' Thosejn
debted to him will please nromptlv
settle same. Mrs, Maggie Gover,
Admx. or W. 8. Burch, Stanford.
Mr. and. Mrs. W. P. White drove
down to Somerset last week to visit
Mr. and Mrs. John Mention. White
there Mr. Whito's nice driving maro
got out one nljht causing that gen.
tlemiin much trouhlo and worry. Af.
tor u dilfeent scurch in that sec
tion he hired n horso nnd rodo back
home thinking perhaps she hud come
hack to her own stable. Not findimr
her hero ho renewed the search nnd
was delighted to find his equine
lricnd lind strayed away near Mt.
Itutb. the brislit little five year
old daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. George
II. C'olson died Intt Suturuy night
of diptihoriu at their homo one mile
cast. The remains were laid to rest
iu tho I'reaplicrsville burying ground
Sunday afternoon. The bereuved
parents have our sympathy iu their
dark hour of sorrow.
Mrs. E. B. Thornton, of Brooks
ville. Flu., is visiting her parents,
Mr. mid Mrs. W. H Cummins.
James Miller uud handsome, little
duughtcr, Bettie, of Lawson's Chap,
pel, vi-iled hit uncle, J. 11. Iiigsby.
Grndcn Proctor, of Ottawu, Kv.,
i.s visiting his brother iu law, J. W.
Brown uud family.
Muster Gilbert Hichardsoii is otic
of the latest mumps patients. Be
tween swelled jaws and sore heels
the little fellow is having a tough
Virgil Hoberts also has a face
like Tutt, real hundioine, buti in
size is too largo for the rest.
$1 for the Urmat Potato
Mrs. H. L. Klkin was hostess for
a sumptuous dinner ut her pretty
country home on the Stanford pike.
The honorecs were Mesdames V. S.
Elkiti, of Atlantu, Ga. and E. C. Ber
nard, Washington, D. C. '
Miss George Dunn, nil untiring
church worker is at homo again af
ter u visit to western Kentucky in
the interest of the Christian Union
iu the State. She also attended the
Christian church Convention recent
ly held in Louisville.
Tito Woman's Club held their last
meeting at the hospitable home of
Mrs. U. E. MeUoberts, who is the
leader of the literary department.
Tho subject for discussion wns tho
"Old English Story Teller." Mrs. J.
E. Robinson, Pres. suggested that
a History Department he added to
the Club's, interesting course of
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Robinson have
returned from their bridal trip a
portion of which was spent m Ash
ville, North Carolina.
The many friends of Miss Rellu
Arnold will bo glad to know that
she has sufficiently recuperated
since her recent illness to juain he
in her millinery department.
A musical department has been
added to the. progtoMVe wonfan's
club in this city, and they held their
fir.-t meeting hist week at Kcngiir
hut Hotel, in which ti most interest,
ittg program was arranged.
txoiu on iiie Handsome new
school building is being pu-hed more
rjpidlv iorwnrd. Contractor Hit
moiid hope-, to have it under roof
before the arrival of extremely cold
FARM AT PUBLIC SALE
I will sell at public auction on
Saturday, November, 9, I9I2
in front of the court house at Sum-
ford, Ivy., my farm of about 75
ucrcs, located on tho waters of Knob
Lick, two miles south of Junction
City bordering on tho Cincinnati
Southern railway and near Boweu
Station, Lincoln county, Ky. Theio
are about 33 ucres in woods, the
balance for cultivation about 20
acres, iu timothy grass. It has a
good houso of three large looms,
good fence around garden and yard,
also some fruit trees, creek running
through place and can strike water
in 12 feet almost anywhere on the
farm. It is a fine pluco for sheep
and calves and would make a fine
dairy and poultry faim. No better
placo could bo had anywhere close
to the pike and school and market.
Any man looking for a good cheap
homo should buy this place. It is
in good condition. The lust crops
were all good, and it will raise to
bacco and corn, oats, millet, brings
fine clover nnywheie on the place.
All under fence. Possession given
tit once. Now is your chance for a
good home cheap.
Terms. Cash, or one-half cash
nnd tho balance in one nnd two
oars, secured by lien on bankable
note and bearing 0 per cent interest
from date of deed until paid. I will
furnish good abstract and good war
I desiru to sell my property as I
cannot see to things buck there. I
will ho inesent on dny of sale.
Anna i. Sweeney,
718 East Fremont,
Cot. J. P. Chandler, Auct. 81-6
American Realty Co.
Ate offering splendid Bargains in
Stock and Grain Farms. Our
specialties Improved ALFALFA
Furms, nlso Fruit and Poultry
Farms. We have the Farms they
all Want, Location, Near Towns,
Good-Rcnonl ;nnA Churches, fine
Climate; excellent Water. Send for
Lists, Then rt tor Yourself. 304-6
Suiety Bld'b, Muskogee. Okla.
Several large Irish potatoes have
been brought to tho I. J. office re.
ccntly. nnd so much friendly compe.
tition tins been aroused ns to who
has tho largest that the I. J. will
give n dollar bill to the one who
brings in the largest potato by court
day, which is NovermW 11th. 0
that dny the potatoes will be takes
to the store of T. D. Newland next
door nnd weighed ,and the one prov
ing the heaviest will get tho dollar
bill. Potatoes entered for this pries
will become the property of the I. J.
clinchino Moor or tmc top
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Every "OLD mcKORf Waion a Practically Pirfiet WHn
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rla the year ltll. '
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tasaard ta belattrat th. nnlfana eastarias aTtlraa ta f.llaaei)
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with tha harr eoatlng af palatje- ga ta ooopl.t. the aeat par.
f.ot faro wasoa arar asbBlttad to na for esaalnatlea la alae
food that after snhalttlag thla aagoa to a load ef 'three tlafav
lta eataloenad oapealtr, aad l.ttlng tha load resela for Tt '
oontlnnonj honre, tha raooll of rh.sla aad axl.a vaa aqaal te
tha Aapraaalon, whleh goaa to prora oanolsalvaly that aothlafl
ent perf.etlr lira tlaoar and oat.rlal.nt.rl into lta
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pea aakiag aad aalllag tha t.tt aaat fara wagea that t4'
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Sai.il Ray, Thi Farmer. Iwvestrgatis hipirtially Fir Tin Pttfli
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Stanford. - - Kentucky
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This can be accomplished hv means of our telephone
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than it has been in the last ten
years at our store. Come to see
us for Druggets, Rugs, and all
kinds of floor coverings, Com
forts, Blankets, Lace Curtains,
Shades, Wall Paper & Trunks
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