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TUESDAY, JANUARY 31H, 1911
niK STANPOKM KENTUCKY INTERIOR JUUKNAU.
By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
The Change of Life is the most critical period of a
woman's existence, and neglect of health at this time
invites disease.
Women everywhere should remember that there is no
other remedy known to medicine that will so successfully
earn women through this trying period as Lydia h.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots
tpeilM irmnuin pen lor ihon um
, 16 cent, II nd I.2S lit Penny t Pri.c
titore
PERSONALS.
and herbs.
Iff 7 Jr
'" iir-5'
rmmimmx
MFW mn
imf. t . mi
ere is proof:
Xntlck, 3Ihh., "I cunnnt CTpront wlmt I
wont tliruiiKli tlurlnir tlm C'Iiiiiik" of Ufa lirforo
I tried lAillii K. IMiilelinin' VoRotnliln Ceini-
poiuirt. I wiim In mull u nervous eimillllon I
ceuiM not koop Mill. My HiiiIh won rnlil. I
had oroopy mmimhIIoiis mid oonld not nloop
nlutitH. I was llimlly told ly two plijllan.s
that I luid a tiniior.
" I rond one day of tlio v.ondorful ouros ntiulo
liv I.villii i:. l'lnklmnrn Vecetiililei Coiiipound
nnd dooldod to try It, mid It lins miido mo 11 w oil
woman. My nclKlilxir nnd friend uooinro it,
linn worked a miracle for mo. Ljdla V.. I'liiklinnrH oRotjiliIo
Compound U worth I(h woiclit In trolel for women during tlilt
period of life. If It will help others you may puhllnh this
letter." Mw. Nullum IJ. Grenton, il Xo.Mnlii8U,Natlek,MnsH.
AXOTilKIl SIMIliAU CASK.
Cornwallvllle, X. Y. "I lmvo heen tnkliiR
I.villu i:. IMrikliiiiu'n Vojrotahlii Compound for
Millie time for Chungo of Life, tier outness, and
n tllirold tr row til.
"Two doctors ndvlncd inc to go to the
hospital, hut one day while I wasnway visiting,
I met n womnti who told mo to take Lydln li
rinkhniu's Vegctahlc Compound. luldsonuu IL
know It helned in Wonderfully. I am cry
iiimtfnl Hint I was (old to try I.xlln I!
rinkham's Vegetahlo Compound." JUrs. Win. Houghton,
Cormvalh lllc, X. V., Greetic Co.
The makers of Lydi.i H. Pinkham's Vegetable Conv
pound have thousands cf tveh letters as those above
they tell the truth, else they could n jt have been obtained
for hive or money This medicine i3lio stranger it has
stood the test for years.
For. 'JO rears I.ydla 1 Plnklinni's Vegetahlo
Compound has been tho standard remedy for
female Ilia. No Hick woman does Justlco to
liericlf who will not try this famous incdlciue.
Sladr exclusively from roots and lierlw, nnd
lint thousands of cures to Its credit.
MCMr. rinklinui invites all hick women
Ic to write her for advice. Sho has
gultlod thousands to health free of charge.
AddrohH ."Mrs. I'liikham, Ijjnii, Msins.
fHk.
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H air f UiXu nk. ..
mtimm
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:i
I W H. Bmbry wont up to lxlnittoi
I Friday.
I Thou. I). New land Jr., a In Unit
vlllc iait wook on biiBliicvs.
J 8. 0lev, Jr., was In l,oulvllle
I Inst vcek.
j W. 8 Klttti wa In lllchmonl on
bimlnos Friday.
j J. T. (looerfi. of Cleveland OI'Ij, I
the rmtt of A. C. Alford nml fnM"lj.
Mm. J. 8. Youkey and Mm llvnn
Creakc have returned home nflr n
visit to ulr ulster Mis. F. .1. rnmme.
Alius Mary Tamtno ls retmnrd
from u vlult to Winchester.
Dr. IJ. I. llrown lia about recovci-
Jed Iroin a Might tench i' blood polron-
ln(? which he lias mircred with In h s
right hand for sovcral day.
Airs. Charles Harvlellc nrrlved I'll
liav, from IMrIi too lut, in sen her
niothrr, Mrs. Stcelo Unlley before her
death early Friday morning.
Tlit Wnrron (lrlKb Chapter ol fir
IT. I). (!. will moct Tuesday rftr
noon at 2-SO with Mrs. T. W. "cnniiir
ton.
J. T. (Jooch. of Cumberland, O. I"
at homo on a visit to lilt. p.uenl Mr
and Mrs. T. W. CSoocli.
Mr. I.ayetto Martin, of SprlngrHd
was tho Biicst of Miss Klfle l)re or.
Sunday.
Mm. Heltle Uainrtlc Is Uniting
friends In tho Vet Knd.
Charles Itlce, of Livingston has be-n
the Riitdt of Henry nnd John Fields
at tholr home on the Somemct pike
il. U Ctftiker, of KwixvHIo. whs
GOLDS
BREED
CATARRH
Her Terrible Experience Shows
How Pcruna Should Be in Every
Home to Prevent Colds.
5.
". ruRia
Egg; Take Tunble. !SWW'
Jim. C S.
Sage r s c r,
1311 Wood
land Ave.,
K a n s as
City, .Mo.,
writes.
I feel It
a duty to
you nnd to
others that
mny bo nf
fllclcd llko
myself, to
speak for
ivrima
"My trou
ble fl r s t
came after
la Rr I ppo
o I K li t or
nine ears
ago, a with
trine In my
hend nml
neuralgia. I
lUfFercd
most all tho
time. My
nose, ears
nnd eyes
were badly
affected for
the last two years,
m
DOTIOM DROPS OUT OF MARKET
IN EAST
The fgjs end butter market uiok a
nlr tuti.ble lust week, and locnl com
mUslon men havo srrntcLcd all ni.ot
id price lor the Umo bein.t- Krr
r.uiie to l.'t cents a dozen Iroin 'i'
i ihlle Imitir "i' t Id and 11
irrts a pouniJ fioni I" c-cnU. These
i ,cl. ehnngis are tald to hive boio
t, i'fil bj the condti'-'ii ut the ma
t n the cant. 7 Koyoramtnt Is
find ti have ordered ot.t of slor.iRe
ep.a whlih hu been In .'oM keepnij:
n uteial csr n.ii'or i'- proM"n
' il iur" hio'l ' .tnd V.t has
t irown . gctti qiciiiPtr en market
i Hie 'emit I'.fi re!l ?W-i A'C
y .Ittle oi .Itienml o tlu pruent
, with hloic- ,.r 1 1 t ilrnndy on
o .nket Aii"'i oii.tt for t'n
i I, r is til fact Uni w h the
t . , p,i nl. or mi In ' h"n i'e y
i i.iv In ih'l i ' ' Old
I i n ' .o . ap ili.i- i
i. n lf rd U'.eiii
Wanted:
300
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Boys
Mrs. C S. Sagener.
I think from your
ft HIGH SCHOOL NEWS. fl
XHrlSKMaflllHHMH'
i Ithn M Watere. Ilcporter)
I ne ( lunmiuiitit ..nd Ulerary Scltn
i ii ilrrle, i.n orFiinizatlan of F li J
Mill a te, l.idl.M of tl. lonu, Iwld
i , ..vnljr , !m 'iifetinc nl thi'
Ir.me of Miss Anple MeKlnncy Tliurs
Ii.j euiilii(f. This circle formed fur
The Roll of Honor
Among National Banks is Composed Of
Only Those Whose Surplus And
Profits Equals the Capital Stock
THERE ARE FIVE IN KENTUCKY.
The Lincoln County National
Bank is One of These.
First in Stanford nnd Lincoln; Fifth in State of Kentucky,
Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,000
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
STANFORD. KENTUCKY
ORGANIZED IN J 882.
CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000.
SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000.
HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500
Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety
Dcpotit Boxei for Ue of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account.
OFFICER.
:. Hocker, President,
S. T.IIUrrit, Vice-l'tesident
H. C. Baugnman, Cashier.
1
I F Iteid
OIRECTOPK.
Daughroan,
W. YT. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper j ,
J. II.
M O Klciore. J. M I'ettui.
H. C. tltughman, J F. Cummins,
S. T. Harrh, no. C. Robinson,
:: Murphy
J. it lUrrls, BoWPr.c. EuWU
Jr i?..t ..
G. R. Coleman.
i
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
STANFORD, KY.
CAPITAL STOCK
150,000
Officers:
. . . . . W. L. McCarty.
O. L. Penny, J. S. Rice, J. O. Eads
J. W. Hutcheson
C. Hays Foster
I
President
Vice Presidents
Cashier
Assistant Cashier . -
lnvldua Book-keeper ... ....... 3. A. Phillips
WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS.
1
t
J. C. McClary,
tti li A
hoic with M. A. Johrnon Thuisilay.
Mrs. Sue Yeager lias been upend
ar. a few ilayg with Mrs. DoliHi lllc.
lit 1,ouIrIIIc.
Mr. Adulph Von fitiienlKMi lins ro
tuir.i'U homo after a plcaMtit visit
to relatives ami Itlcnds nt amU
lllo. Mrs. Wo. i:. McAfee, ol Lincoln
county, Is the. pucst of Mr Win Ay
ers. Ilnorlllp Sun.
Mrx. T. W rennlnKton has return
nl nftor a vlult to Mrs. Rod inn n
Kei-nfin at llnrrndsbur.
The maiiT trlord or Mr Illohnn)
h. lletsr will pll to kirn- h Ir
Meriveilnp Iwm mi t:ct of Mines
if sewfwl widish iu " '' '
drive out to town Snturdw.
Mi II M. Moon- of llmo'H enntv.
n,cm VHneilv wlih hlf lnith,
Mr J. S. Moore and niece, Mi Tar'
niece Panvlllo Aihocale.
Mr. ami Mrs Juiumi Yowull have
roiurnml from their bridal twir
ttiKHiEli Florida nnd Mill maka their
home M IlustonvlIIe. Tho nr now
ctinmiin? .1 f.-w J.ivh with Mr. and
Mrs. .Mitchell Taylor on South Fourth
stre,l in DanMlle.
Ile. It. It. Noel m f h brat
known nansollst In (Vntral Kentucy,
has been suendlnc leveial 'lays with
lui illi lelatlvo. Mr Noel Is imo
of the bot crkors In th Ilnfttlit
ministry nml has dono i vnut nmoiint
ol ociI In his Master vliioyni-l.-r.an
rule MefPcnKor.
Mrs. J. C. McClary or Stanford",
Ky nhed Satuiday on a vlbit to
ler bon. It C Saullej Mrs Jlct lair
Is delighted with flno climate hero
and sajs that next winter liereeK and
husband will take up her perminont
lesldciico In 1'arker. rarKer Arizona
PosL
mvm .1 H ltlco left S.Uurc'Hv for a
seral weeks' sllt to h-r mother,
Iro. (iarnett at Cave City.
Mla Sotlo Ali-orn U at home f-nui
the P K- D. Institute nt Diinviue. ror
a short lslt. ,
Mr. nnd Mrr. D. r l.opan aim Mr
and Mrs. Hen HrlKht, of D.invllle. at
tended the burial ol Mr. HM'ev 3ut
urdav. Miss Tevls Shelby, of Arcadia, Shcl
bv City. I" th sue-i of her sister,
Mrs. I M. McItobeitB.
P. K Hankln, of Marcellus Is back
from Odessadalc, Ca.. hcre he took
several enr loads of mules for the
southern market.
Mr Fayette. Wilkinson Is visiting'
h.. 2rt;Rt2 st Hichtuond.
jolinh. NTvlus of Lebanon Junction
innie up vestenlav to be Ul h's
mother, Mrs. Mattlc Kevin
Mr. and Mrs. J K HaiiRhmau. of
lllistonvllle. were suests of relatives
here Sunday.
MUi Pndle ItauRhinnn. or Hustop
vVie will leave In n few (lavs to
sut-nd the remainder nl the winto
with her sister Mrs Smith IVnnv
In St loe Mo.
Mr I 11 McAllbter, .!, or Un
Mlrs Is tho Kiiest of relatives in Dar
vlllo .'nd will be In Slanrc.Kt th' week
M nnd Mr? L. A Koii-is of Uiis
tonvllle, spent Sunday with Mr nnd
Mrs 1! 1 ldrldce,
Judpe W. K. Vnrnon of A-.h-vlll .
N. t'. Is back nt his old liotim for a
fjvv day on IkSii.m tiuI hIijUii.
'uands w'th this mnnv fii-iiilK
MIsp ri'ireiiee TmehMn. is 'n Hunt
Infcton Va., wl-nv li w.i, ol. I lv
tho death or her niece. Mis Irie
heart Taylor, n lovely vouiu inatin
who leaves n luiabniid nml tw. iltll"
chil'litn.
A.lolph llfMlncr, n promlnenl vouni;
rarmer, or tho Shelby Cltv peilibor
hool. titul Miss MngRie I.tinsfrrd. the
attractive diuiRhter of (ieorpe l.uns
ford, vtcro married In Danville Mot
day morning. They have tho lift
wihhtiv of many friends
Ml Anna l Mcllnbnits ente'ti1"
od on Saturday evening with a beau
llful lmu'hron In honor of her Jttli
btrtluliiv
Abirit ten of her vlu' into u
joyivl tho hospltulitv ol this vouiif.
U'liaimlnu hostess The loiwlr
uescnrHion or inicrnui warm ini j ., ,. .,,, .,., nmi
I suncreu i"" ,uiiu-.- " o. -
, ,-nilhiL- Ih diilnir a cc i voik. Thr
inumbers are repilai In attendance
and faithful work Is being lonc by
each one.
Wallace SuiRleton was sent to the
Atlilelic convention oi l.exlnmon Sal
unlay, January 2K as a reprehentatlv
of the S II. S. uthletlc nssociaUon.
Lester O'llannon was tlectU ai-r
min nr the cvmnasfiim team, hi u
meellni; of the hioinbers last Wednes
must have bad that also,
vcrv severely.
"Nothlnrj ever relieved me like Pc
runa. U keeps mo from taklnir cold.
"With the exception of some deaf
ness I am feeling perfectly cured. I
nm forty-six years old.
"I feel that words are Inadequate to
express my praise for Pcruna."
Tl'p I mli' Aid Society ol .he
ClirUtiati churih will in t I'li'in .!
ti'incnn t 2 o'clock lii th- le ture
lo.-in
I ton IIi)d Morrow, c'ltj Attorney (d
Sniuorset, and Miis Florence Sleeker uo-
.hi.,. u-Ur,im . ,,..r....t.. iir.nJ The irospcct ror Ilk couilti
t the Chirk s fifllce In SiMiierset, item
to Covington, and were tnuirlotl bv
lie. Gllbeit Class.
Mr Morrow Is pioiiiiiifiii imm nt ,
tornuy, al the Sowvie-i Lir. a son of l
Judfcu T. 7. Mortow, n
Kdwlu P MoiroA, wim wa reventl
; h.u-i.-
1-hII (.eason sire line. This school
Iik the material for a good ball team
and with tho support or tho patron?
and pupils, there Is little doubt but
that Stanford will win trc h!;u
brother to scl'ool pennant of the state Several
gnmug navo airoauy ueen beiieuiiieu
and SprlnBrleld are
nimolntnl Uiftilct llmrnn for Hie . l-awmiceouiK
Vbftom Dlstnet of K. ilueky. and ." '' "l! "rst vlctim,
i. liny rtiewls .n Sam. s.-t ami Pulaski Mr K''a"l lli,"1 r,f '" Sl'"i0r
ciNiPty. MIM St-ker in a beautifi.1 ,woo. left vestcrdny for the plain
and accomplished yuuiiR lady, and has, of OMnhuim, Kd Intends to "rouplv
many ftlouds In thlh crty.-Somcrset,!t" " resular eowboj fashion fr the
ii,.,,!.ii,v,,. ,l.ext ,w years.
W. W. Whlto move I his furniture
und stock of stood U liU farm in
he country Inst week.
Lout tiold t'Psl ring with In tials
F. P. T.'. newaid for let m to
Mrs. Ham P. Trnylor NX
To Wear 300 Suits 1
We Are Now
Selling At
I Half Price.
I Cummins & Wearen,
STANFORD, KY.
M
Wf STORE IS THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER &. MARX CLOTHES
Let the Intunor .loainal order your
Indies' Homo Journal or Saturday
livening rest, so send In your renewal
Wo cau save you money.
Unticrcaker anti Embama r
STANFORD, KY
Olttce I'licne 167 Homo l'boue 35
FARM""FdRSA'i:ET
I I will sell publicly to the holiest
blddet at 10 a. in., on
Wednesday, Feb. 1 Ml
v nice little place consisting of u
ullage and elKtH anes or laud ni
Halls (lap, bx miles south of Stan
ford, four mllofl from Ultonholiu, on
lUKouhelm road, about tlueo Innidic-J
yalds from omerbot pike Kino oroh
aid, on place houiohold and kitchen
ftiinlturc. Will aUo soil a lilco lot of vere piesent Misses hullio Mills nu'
!odder.2m..kcri2hoS.. Co.. J IKr'i.Xar J-I.
,1' Chaudlcr, Auctlouoer pxtou. Jounhino faipentei, V I
I J. D. DeDORDE, nam
Yayiiesburg K P No I
Tho Interior -lournal can net yon
JJio dally CourlepJournal for olfiht
months for t'2. This is a rare chance
to get tbo biggest Ually In the stato
nt a bargain rate, and It on't last
long.
It jou are sufiering from bilious-
r.ess, constipation, indigestion, chron
ic hondache, Invest one cent Into a
postal card, send to Chamberlain's
Midiclne Company, Pes Moines, Iowa,
with jour name and address plainly
on tho back, and they will forward
you a free sample of Chamberlain's (
Stomach and Liver tntilete, bold oy
Penny's Drug; Store.
Wlicii you feci that you
can lurdly drag through
your daily work, and are
tired, discouraged and
miserable, take Cardui,
the woman's tonic
Cardui is prepared for
the purpose of helping
women to regain .their
strength and health.
Not by doping with
strong drugs, but by the
gentle, tonic action, of
pure vegetable herbs.
When the school be.II doth toll.
And the teacher's fury I see
Ceiiuing to frlKht this sinurl sou'
Sweet spirit comfort me.
Next Wednesday Is grounil hog day
The soniors have petitionee! Prof. Ire
land for a holiday then
The success of some of the S. II. S
"alumni" In higher Institutions or
Raining Is shown b tho excellent
avpiats thu reeehed duriiiK the
term just ended. Mr. leorge . Hop
pr of Central ITnlver&uy obtnlned an
nvoiagc of VA, the bctt out of a class
of th!rt. Mi. Thos. Ilrlght n member
or clash ten. now of tho t'uiverslty ol
Vliginlu pained second honors In a
nu.cli larger lass. The work of both
those oiing men, v.is highly praised
b the profesbor In charge All the
cradunte.s Iroin this hchool re)r the
last live years are either class lead
era in higher Institutions, or are rapid
lv pivsslng on to the fiont In ilielr
ilioscn piofe-sslons. This should be
an incentive to eveiy pupil to do Tilth
fill voik
Kxaiiiinatlon for entrance lo nihil
school wcie Held by Snuirc" Single
ton last Friday.
Tho basKet ball team has disbandeil
for tho season.
lieio will be an open session of
the floruiloii and musical departments
In thi school chapel on Wednesday
lVbiuaiy Ji. The public 1 cordlftllyl
Invited to attend.
I
J u st
0 56
Take
Kor Sale.- t IH aero lot on .Main
Street, has barn and all outbuilding.'
Iteaulirul hiillding sito for residence
(400. Stanford Real Estate
The Woman's Tonic
Mrs. L N. Nicholson,
of Shook, Mo., writes:
"Before I began to take
Cardui, I was unable to
do any work. 1 have
taken 5 bottles and have
improved very much. I
can do the most of my
housework now.
"I can't say too much
for Cardui, it has done so
much for me."
Your druggist sells Car
dui. Oct a bottle today.
BETSY'S POINTERSt-
A woman who gets ncvou
over a little artnoyauce Is Daubing
a bunrli of trouble for tho morrow,
Moll) und I agree, after vvlda Investl
nation, that the best place tn town
io j!'t groieilen is ut Coffev anJ t'010'
man -
It tickle's us to deliver at your
homes our palatublo table good be
e uisc we know thoyll tleki. rjur
pa u,c,COFFEy & COLEMAN,
Phone 196. Premt Dsllvery.
I
Received j
A lot of Oliver Plows and
Eepaars.
U uV u
W. E. PERKINS,
CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY
CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY J
HUH '
S R.-Hughes T. V. Humble W. O. Marti fl
WHITE SOODS
We have just received a ' beautiful
' "
line of Flaxons, Dimities, Nainsooks,
I nnrr PMnllV in fnrh nnvf-hinrr vnn
I want in white goods, at Right Prices.
Our Spring Ginghams are also com
ing in. Band trimmings to match. We
handle only goods of qualjty and guar
antee prices.
HUGHES, MARTIN & CO.,
I
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Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes
STANFORD, KENTUCKY
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