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m SSSSf tS) MStASTS.
U' 'AaaleM aMtBers often wonder way
'their cnltstsa sre to pale, tala aat
fswtTeaa M4 hare to little appetite.
Vr the keaeflt of tuck mothers I
this TtetaHr we paMleh the feMewtec
J. BeeBuad Miller, New Harea,
CMi., says: "Mr little daughter, erer
laea her Mcthj had beea frail and
IcUr,' aad U ceaiUat source of
merriment Bereral months mo we
venneaced to fire her VInol. I Im
Bsedltly noted an luproYemrat la
ker healtk and appearance. I (fare
Xer three hettles of Vino), and from
tke food It haa done her I can truly
var It will do all you claim."
Thla ekltd'a rscomr was due to
the combined actios of the medicinal
element! extracted from coda' liters,
combined with the blood-maklnic
and atrength-creatlnic propcrtlea of
tonic Iron, which are contained In
VInol will build up and atrenicthen
delicate children, old people and the
weak, run-down and debilitated. We
return the isocey In erery where
Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky.
Personal and Social.
Mi Jcrituu Totlun, of Itichmond,
U tlio iivt of Mrs. Walter Jonc.
.Mr. K. P. OwMcy, of Colutnbuo,
tin., in licrc visiting rrlntivcs nnd
friends for n few days.
Mr. C. Hays Foster linq returned
home nfter a visit to licr relative)
nml friend in Louisville.
Mrs. W. L. Murphy has returned
rome nTter a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. S. 1. Stucky nt Iomsrillc.
Mr. Sam Severance and son ot
Louisville, mine Sntunlny to spend
Mvernl dnys with his brothers, Mes
srs. Will nnd Albert Severance.
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'Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. nray and
Georgia, of Danville were the guests,
of Mrs. W. 8. Denksm Snnday.
- MIm Annette .Wray, of DanriHe,
waH the guest of Mis Frances
The Current Kventn Club will meet
with MisBoa Alcorn Thursday after
noon at 2.30.
Mrs. It. 8. Somervillo lins return
ed nfter a visit to her mother, Mt3.
Fitr.wnter, nt Cynthinnn.
Mr. Wenren Hushes wns the guest
of his mother, Mrs. Julia Hughes
nnd brother, L. It. Hughe Sunday.
Mrs. Kiiby llourne, of Now Castle
is the guest of her mother, Mrs.
I.ou Khunks nnd other relatives nnd
Mts Amos Willis, of Kirksville,
has been the recent guest of Miss
Lena l'nlmer nnd mother, Mrs. An
Mrs. J. It. Harris and daughter,
Josephine, hnto returned homo after
n visit to her jmrents, Itcv. nnd Mrs.
V S, flrinstcnd nt London. Mrs.
Harris Ims been quito ill sinro she
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Ilnughmnn, Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. H. Woods, Mrs. Will
Hnys, J. L. Itcnzley nttended the
burial of Ynntifl Kmhry, tho littlo
son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Kmhry nt
Mi. I-M C. Hopper lms returned
from Snlt Lnko City, and engaged
tooiih nt the Oilchcr Hotel, where
he will spend the winter. Dnnvillo
County Attorney W. S. Uurch, wh0
hns been gTently troubled wjth ec
zema for the past four or five
months, loft Friday niht fi Hot
Springs whero bo will undergo a
cotirMi of treatment. His legion of
friends hopo for a. speedy tecovcry,
J. D. Eaas is confined to his bed
by a very severe attack of lumbago.
"Mioses t'EacWk- and Talitha
Bionrnc ant. Saturday and Sunday
with Jennie C. Lawrence.
Mrs1. Susan Veager is In Loals'
villa the guest of Mr. nnd Mrn. W.
Miss Shllie Bimlette went to
Richmond Monday to enter tho Nor
Mrs. J. W. Acey is Niting her
parent, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes nt
Mrs. J. W. Kewland, of Lebanon
Junction is tho guest her sister,
Mts. liowen Uoode.
Misses Jcnu I'nxton and Nellie W.
Hill worn tho guests of relatives nnd
friends nt Lancaster Saturday nnd
Mr .nnd Mrs. H. U. King, of More
land, went to Pincville Saturday to
visit Mrs. 11. W. King for several
Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Willinms, of
Mt. Snlem, were tho guests of Mr.
Jason Wesley nnd Dr. I. S. Wesley
at Liberty Inst week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J F. Lnrue, of
liOitisville, was Iho guest of her
mother. Mrs. Huff Duddcrar Sun
day nnd Monday.
Mrs. JOttio Uihb nnd Miss Nell
Hibb Goodwin, returned to their
home in Nashville several days ngo
much lo tho regret of their mnny
friends nnd relatives here.
Miss Lucilc Crow daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Crow, of tho
Shelby Gty f-ection left last week
for Glasgow, In nlleiM (bo I'nrkc
Sbnw wedding. The bride U a cou
sin of Miss Crow and is the hand
some dnughtcr of Coptnin Nnthnn
Hurks, u well known nnd highly res
pected Confederate veteran.
.Mrs. Ilia Cook is confined to her
rwm with a severe case of tonsi-litw.
Mrs. Charlnh Warren has reiiirn
ed rifter n visit'Ttb her sister's, Mfs.
Pnttie Gill nnd Miss Jennie Duncan
Assislont Cashier Russell Urown,
of the Stale Bank & Trust Com
pany, has been suffering severely
with his eyes.
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SfcWwm Udy StTTerei Creil
Deal, tut is am n$M new.
Bhellhorn, Ala. In a letter from this
place, Mrs. Carrie May says: "A short
time nro, I commenced to hare weak
pells and headncbes. I felt bad all
tho time, and soon Brew so bad I
couldn't stay up. I thought I would die.
At last mr husband sot me a bottle
of Cardul, and It helped me; so he got
some more. After I had taken the
second bottle, I was entirely well.
I wish every lady, suffering from
womanly trouble, would try Cardul.
It la the best medicine I know of. It
did me more good than anything I ever
Cardul is a woman's tonic a
strengthening medicine for women,
made from Ingredients that set spe
cifically on tho womanly organs, and
thus help to build up the womanly con
stitution to glowing good health.
As a remedy for woman's Ills, it tss
a successful record of over BO years.
Your druggist sells It Please try It
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Little Stories for Women About Clothes No. 5
What Does It Mean?
OOLTEX" on a tailored garment means
what " sterling" means on silver. It
means what " Tiffany" means on a piece
of jewelry. It means what an honest
man's signature means on a check.
It means safety. It means character, backed by rep
utation. It means a guarantee of satisfaction.
It means that the style is authentic and exclusive..
It means that the cloth used is all pure wool.'
It means that the tailoring is conscientious, skillful
It means that the garment will " stay new "; will keep.
its shape; will look fresh, natty and trim despite wear and wet.
It means assured value at a moderate price:
It-means a GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL GET AT
LEAST' TWO FULL SEASONS' SATISFACTORY SERVICE!
FROM THE GARMENT THAT CARRIES IT,1.
Isn V that a label worth looking for ff
Come in here and ask to see the suits, coats and skirts thaC)
bear this Wooltex label. We alone, in this city, sell diem.
We are now receiving our second
slock of Wooltex Suits and Cloaks.
New models. New Fabrics. Every
one absolutely the latest models
and Pure Wool.
E THE H.BLACK COMPANY M
M DESIGNERSamoMAKERS M
This fobel on awry Wooltex garment
A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO.,
I M a
We have right now the largest assortment
of Ladies' new Winter Coats (right from fash
ion's center-New York City) we have shown
There is no guessing as to style, as our
coats are the proven popular coats of the
Coats are very reasonable in price this sea
son, and 'they are swell looking. We have all
the new materials, Chinchillas, Boncles, Fan
cy Scotch mixtures, Black Serge, Black Thibet,
Plush and Caracule.
We also show the best in Misses' and Chil
Come in and look. We can surely please
you, as the line is large and variety is all you
Severance & Son.
Mrs. Bettie Moore is tho guest of
Mrs. Ed Wilkinson.
A Trial Gave Instant Relief The
Great Kidney Remedy Never Dis.
Being broken down in health, suf
fcrini: with Kidney Trouble, despair,
inc of ever being well again, I was
advised by a friend to try Dr. Kil
mer's Swainp.Root which gave me
instant relief, and after using sev
eral bottles. I am now sound and
well, and can safely lecommend
Swamp Root to anyone suffering
with back or kidney trouble.
I also bad rheumatism, and I have
had moro relief from Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp Root thnn any other remedy
A sufficient trial will convince any.
bodyof tho merits of Swamp-Root.
Yours very truly,
P. E. NELSON
Murphy, N. C.
Subscribed and sworn to befoTe
me this 17th day of July. 1909.
EDMUND B. NORVELL.
Cherokee County, N. C.
mmd SURETY BONDS
R M. IflWLAHD
E. D. Pennington,
General Farm Surveying
52.6m Phone 172, StuM, l.
Dr. Kilmer & Ce.
Binghamton, N. Y.
Prove What Swamp Root Will Do
For You. ;
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle.
It will convince anyone. Yoa will
also receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling all about the
kidneys and bladder. When writing
be sure to mention the Stanford In
terior Journal. Regular fifty cent
and one-dollar size bottles for sale
at all drag stores.
UNDERTAKERS AND EM.
BALMER8. ALSO DEAL.
ER IN FURNITURE, MAT.
TINGS, RUQ8. THEY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK.
GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICK
"Rags" is the name applied by bank tellers to ntUBaied'
currency. The torn and soiled paper reaching a bank is sorted
out and shipped to the Treasury Department at Washington!
for redemption. -
Each month we send in mutilated currency ki return for
which we receive new money, so .that we always have an ample'
supply of new bills on hand for the use of this bank's customers.
Lincoln County National Bank
Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100.00 Resources $600,900
Corner Next to Courthouse. Stanford liy.
THERE 18 REAL PAIMT
and also soma afuff mixed with
cheapening materials that ia not
worthy of the naaaa. It yoc hare
had expsrisnea with the latter kind
yoa don't want another. If yoa
haven't take oar advice and don't
experiment. Bay ear real palate
and save yourself 'disapptfatauat
aad oney as welL
calls for heavy underwear to protect u$
from colds. We are showing :
Fleece-lined at 39c per garment
Fleece-lined at 50c per garment !
Jersey-ribbed at 50c per garment
Wright's Wool-fleeced at $1.00
Union Suits that fit at 50c, $1.00 ;
We handle the all-wool underwear that
protects you from rheumatism. Also
underwear for the boys, all sizes & weights
Cummins fo Weaken
Home of All-Wool Clothes.