THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY.
Nature' tiwi are nerte
if only e
jr llie cure,
ence, lo itraitit to lun
some of which we can.Uthom for you. Take the hark ol the flild-chcrry tree
with mandrake root, OreJon (rape root, utonc root, queen root, hloodrimt and
Keld eal root, make a scientific, ftlyccric extract ol them, with Just the rtfut
proportions, and ou lic
DOCTOR PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY..
It tdok Dr, Pierce, with the mmtancc of two learned clicmit and plurmu.
CVT. Tawity lVy.
On account of the late Spring you
will probably be forced to buy an
extra plow and rig up an extra
team. REMEMBER that we can
furnish you THE OLIVER PLOW
and that our stock of Collars, Har
ness, Bridles and Breeching is
greater than ever, as we have gtv
ea this line our special attention.
W. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky.
PLENTY OF LUMBER ON HAND
for all purposes. 80 if ou want to
build a bouse, a barn, a chicken
coop, a dojr bouse or a fence, come
here for the materials. We have
all sorts and sizes in both ro'igh
and finished lumber and if we can
not suit you in kind, quantity, qual
ity and price, nobodv can,
I Al I PW Stanford Kv
Notice! Poultry Raise
Cholera. Gapes, Limberneck.
HOVH All OOOD
SO ODHK. XO PIT
Mm Kali. Bnrul. Btidrfown. Ky.. Ti: "lliw uwd Rtoff 4-II -44 for jreuiudUunkitlhebcst
poultry trtpedr moV. lcurnpudliiiiittrark withoalluL '
Will Cocnm. BtftMowa, kr . mtk On atop oi Reap. 4-1 1-44 dropped dowi lh tall of 1 1"
dackrn UU tk. worm ud tdmc. tb chick iuuailr. hi i the bal prenuiT. 1 lux rvef uxd."
Mffl. ud Curutccd by J. Host. Cromc, Bardstotrn. Ky. Price SOc at all Drngisti.
SOLD BY PENNY'S DRUG STORE.
WE WANT MORE
We carry a fall line of
I W A.TIJHBBLEjkentucby!
ohey them, hut discate followi ditohedt
to the forelj there are mrterie there,
cisti, many months of hard work experimenting to prlcct
this vegetable alterative and tonic extract of the tfrcjtctt
Mr. C. V. r..WLr.r,of Mlllvllio. Cnllf .writes: "I wish
to toll you that I hnvo u jour'UoMon Mrdlcal Dis
covery' In my family lor twenty rcir. Wo ha li,.i! a
doctor calk! In but oticeilurliw that tlmfl. I linvo a family
cf ton children, nil ill tul hearty, for which, to a sroat
eU"it, wo uwe thank to jm and your ' Holden Medical
Dlscuvcv ' atd ' IV W which wo ilo when lcU."
Dr. Tierce's I'lcasattt Pellets regulate and invijtorato
stomach, liter and bowels, '"'""'f-d, tiny granules.
All idnds ot Pro
duce, Hides and
See us before you sell, net price
In country or delivered.
H. B. Northcott.
T. K. Tudor. Mgr.
and all Diseases ot Poultry
M 1 tm
C. T. Sniiditlpc lost liU best fnmi
ly horse which linq been sick for
Arthur Stnton tins n rent nick
hoi pc nt this writinji.
C'larciitc Uolibins hns returned
home nfter n short stny with his
sifter, Jlrs. Lillie Cornejv
1'nt Pniichcrty, hns returned home
from High Hridgc
Stem Hnell spoilt Snndny with
hi mother, Mi-. Miilcim lusell.
5lii Ku' llntipiicrty pi'iit bun
dny with her cousin, Myrtle nnd
31 in. C. T. Snnditlirc spent "Kiidny
in Dnnillc shopi)inr.
31rs. 1). 11. I-'ox mid dniiRhter,
-'ttirjrii'. spoilt the dny with h'-r
(hn-.sliter 3Ir. Pinkie 31c0iiT Inst
3h. Klunkth Fox i vi-itinj:
frit lid and teintive in Imrgiii.
3tntt Sim rp. of I.ihcity, was the
f;ii?t of hi- ii-idi-, C. ('. White.
0 'or;.v Coffey, of South Folk, hns
luoM'd hue to mnkp his future home
Tilfoid Iiu-cfi tins returned homo
from .. mug .tny with liis jinind
mother 3lr. Tilford 3lccr, of
St 11 11 ford.
3lr. Arthur Stnton hn return-
i'd home from u short Mny with ic
l.ititi'" in Cn-ey County.
Look out for mad doss. C. C.
White lind n dojr to so nuul lmt did
not hint niitliiiiL'.
3Ii. Clinitecn is slowly improv
iii!;. 3Ii 3riirstierite Snndidue wns
the aue-t of her con-in. 3Ir. Newell,
The wedding hell will ring: in this
Feed of nil kind- i very ten roe
.Hoin. to the wife of 3Ir. nnd 3Irs.
Newell, n fine baby fiirl.
Lee Ofiildi' died nt iU home near
Hnrri'. Creek, Febmnry 14, nnd wns
h.iried nt the Benedict graveyard.
lli'V. Shoue preached his funeral.
He ha been confined to his bed
f mil teen year. He leaves seven
daughter.- two sous nnd wife to
mourn his lo . In early mnnhnod
he joined the Baptist church nnd
since that he has loved his church
nnd did all man could do townrd
the kingdom of God. Truly n good
man lias gone. 3Iny God comfort
nnd nbide with thy loved ones who
remain. While it U sad to part yet
we believe that lie who placed us
hi'i. knoivs bet when to take us
hence. We bow in siihtni ion to
Hi will and s-ny good bye.
Farm work i- progre -ing very
'.lowly in t 111 vicinity.
Geoige Sturgeon i- cleaning n
large plot of new ground, thinking
he i- going to mie n lot of corn
Corn and feed stuff is getting
very scarce nnd high.
3Ii. C. P. Wiiectdon who has been
very sick U better nt pre-ent.
Andy Black has returned home
from viiting hU father, who is very
W. 11. Anderson is nlso on the
sicl: list. i
Kveiett Gooelt nnd 3Iiss Yincc
Munry married the 34 int. Every
body was surprised.
Dave Chamberlain says he can
not fell any diffeienco in this being
The good people here nre iu hopes
that the new church will bo finished
by the second Sunday iu 3Iny, so
they can have church and Sunday
M'liool. Some of the good Christian-
me getting hungry for Bioth
er J. It. June-, Bi other 3IcClury and
Biother Singleton, of Stanford to
'all nnd give a glorious good talk.
3frs. A. J. Daugtierty is on the
Mis. J. II. Stringer is on the sick
list, but is better lit tlii- writing.
Mrs. Wes Naylor is quite ill.
W. G. Daugherty has been yeiy
ill. and lias been prevented from
hauling milk to the eienmery, but
is better now.
L. 0. Daugherty viited his broth
er and sister ut Neat's Creek.
W. II. Stains and daughter are
at the nick bed of his daughter, 3fi.
The farmers ure getting along
slowly burning tobneco beds.
Germs Spread in Skin
Eczema. Taorlaila. and other kln
troubloa are cauned by myriads of
Kerms at work In the akin. L'nleaa
tliene germa are promptly destroyed
they rapidly multiply, enawlne their
way deep Into the sensitive tlsaue.
This Is what causes that awful Itch,
and I'hat seemed a mere rauli
may row worse and develop Into a
loathsome and torturing skin disease
V'lth Its years ot misery.
lon't take any rhancest Destroy the
lurms at the lieKlimlm; of the trouble
ivlth that sootlilm; and cleaiuliiK wali,
the P. D. 1). Proscription for llczema.
A I5c bottlu will prove this to you.
SHUGARS & TANNER. DRUGGISTS. STANFORD. KY.
Sloan's Liniment has a
southing effect on the
nerves. It stops neural
gia and sciatica pams in
stantly. Here's Proof
Mrs.l . M. InVemi ' timM ant.
Mkh., ritt ' Mojn' I murit t it
tNe best nwdicmo ithviTf It hj
tuit All pn iimI It it truijr mjt jour
Ummert did t p t "
Mr An w ! c if -Cir treet,
CumbcrUnl. MJ , i - ' 1 hart
u1 nan'i I nlmf t tor fmi
nj t ccfUituydo f eiMerjr luuvh.
is the best remedy for rheu
matism, backache, sore
throat and !prains.
At all dealers.
Price 2Sc.,SOc.and $I.OO
II tin, fault.
II 3 nnd l'oul
try tent Irrc.
Mi Cora Sims, age 'Jl, nnd 31r.
iVrm-trong Todd, ngt '22, were
tin it oil in the holy bonds of matri
mony, nt the home of the bride's
uncle, T. N. Sim, near 3IcKinuey,
Febmnry 23, by Hev. K. G. 3Iartiu.
The biide is u popular young lady
of near Wayne-burg, while the
groom is n fireninn, on the Q. & C,
inilroad mid the sou of Hev. It. K.
Todd, of Eubank-. This young
couple will make their future home
in Danville. Their many friend?
wish them joy and happines-. Writ
ten by their eon-hi DAISY SIMS.
DID SOME GOOD WORK
Senator Hubble, Bepre.-entntive
Douglas nnd MeClnre lidded long
fenthei-s to their caps when they
succeeded iu having pa ed the bill
increasing the pay of the lady teaeh
er nt the Kentucky School for the
Dent', in I lii- ril. Tile Jtrojile ho
know, the cimiiii-tiinec- ale loud in
their irni-e-, of the-e men. At
pie-cut, lis we understand, the Imlv
J teacher.- ieceie the ridiculous .-inn
of ifOOO it j ear for work worth twice
that amount. Under the new law
they nro to receive .!)00, which is
moie iu kceiiug with what the woik
is worth. The men who hud the vote
passed are entitled to a vote of
thanks by everyone who believes iu
fair piny. Danville 31c cnger.
J. V. Steenbergen, sells, build, re
paiw ana adjusts scales at rock
bottom prices. See nan for prices
before you ouy. Address Stanford. It
V. D. No. 1. luu-t
Of Personal Property
As Executor of the estate of
Anderson Carr, deucensed. I will of
fer nt public sale on
Saturday, March 30, 1912.
ut 1 o'clock P. 31., nt Nunne'lley's
Stock Vaids, Stnnfojd Kejitucky.
The following property to-wit: 2
giay work mares, 1 mule, 0 head of
hogs, 4 calves, 20 goats, 1 buggy, 2
wagons. 1 No. 1. double barrel shot
gun, 3 pistole, 1 fino bird dog,
(bitch) fanning implements, tools,
Also one cooking range, household
nnd kitchen furniture, store fix
tures, show cases and other articles
too numerous to mention.
Terms. All sums or f 10 or under
"n&h iu hand. Sams over $10 u
credit ot sixty hiys note with ap
proved security, payable nt the Lin
coln Count v National Bank, Stan
A. T. NUNNKLLEV. Executor
We have had experience with many
remedies for skin trouble but have
never seen such remarkable cures ui
those from V. I). t. Prescription. In
stant relief from the very first appli
cation. We are so confident that D. D. D.
will reach your case that it will cost
you nothing If the very tint full size
bottle falls to make cooa every claim.
If you have skin trouble of any
kind we certainly advise you to drop
In and Investigate the merits of t). !.
V. anyway. Wo know that I). V. IX
will help you.
I will sell nt public miction on
Saturday, March 23,
nt 2 1. 31., fomo household nnd kit
chen fuiiiitiitc, nt my home in litis
touville, Ky., Joslah Bishop.
What kind of insmnnce do you
wniit? Fiili & Bromley hne it. 23-tf
,t v.V v ? ". ,i
IO POULTRY COLUMN O
O Keluible Breeders of 1'uie O
O Bred Poultry Curd of Five O
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S. C. Crystal White Leghorns
Fiom ti.ip-ue-ted l.ci'.s with re- i
eonls of oxer "00 eggs u jenr. The i
-tram that hns h the --tiani that
pas. l'gg- from No. 1 pen .'J..f0
per l." egg-, other pell- .-1.50 per
11 ?7.00 per 100. Get in the laying
class. Order todov. Lock Box
1 500. A. C. Al'ord, Stanford, Ky
! Agent for Tulniie iiicubators gunr
,anteed not to overheat. Call at
ilioif-c nnd see sample.
S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS.
The laying strain that fills the
egg basket in zero weather; early
maturing big boned fryer. Setting
egus house delivery $.100 per 15;
-hipping eggs $1.50 per 15. Mrs.
A. C. Alford, Stnnford, Ky.
INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS
Eggs for sale $1 per setting of 12
or .'1 for 45. All orders receive
prompt attention. Wolford N. Lov
ell. It. F. D. No. 1. Box SO. Stnnfoid
I am getting 21 dozen eggs n week
from 80 hcn. Setting of 15 for $1.
C. C. Withers, It. F. 1). No. 2. Stnn
ford. Ky.. Phone 14.1-Y.
Layers-Payers-S.C. Buff Orpingtons
Engli-h Salmon Fnvcrolles, eggs
f2 per 15; ?5 per 50; Indian Homier
Duck': that lay the penil white eggs
1 per K!; X50 per 50; $0 pr 100.
My stock came from the lllue Kib
Imui winder.- of this country. 3Inke
your start with the best blood. Al
ways gln.l to show my birds to nny
one iutei'sted. Mrs. Sam Emtiry, Jr.
CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINGTONS.
The big winter lnyers. From Kei
lerstrnss $30.00 mating; eggs from
1-t pen .f!t; from 2nd pen $1.50 per
15. S. C. Rhode island Reds Tomp
kins strain. Eggs $1.50 per 15.
Indian Runner Ducks that lay the
white eggs $1 per 11 egg. I have
spared neither menus nor time in
selecting this stock. They are from
prize winning nnd hoavy laying
strains. Satisfaction guaranteed.
A. C. Hill, Stnnfoid, Ky. It. F. I).
WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS.
$1.00 for 15, also Indian Huuiier
Duck csgs $1.00 for 12. Mrs. L. P.
Nunnelley, Lancaster, Ky., It. It. No.
2, Phone Stnnford Exchange 108 A
S. C. BROWN LEGHORN EGGS.
The best winter tavern. Our hens
laid 1,100 egg in Februnry. Mrs.
R. L. Berry, Hu-tonville, Phono 7-L.
WHITE PEKIN DUCKS
$1 Per Setting.
Morgan S. Baughman, Stanford, Ky.
Wo aie in position to do all kinds
of concreting, Mich ns Block Woik,
Pavements, and in fact, we can miiko
anything from a house down to n
fence post. Call and get our prices
befiiro jou buy your material nt
PHILLIPS BROS., Stnnford, Ky.
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h K (.' j3?.v.t4 'll('lyl'l ' it:"?zF.
Lirivr" 7JSs -""
ni w s iiT. V. 7'iAfM
"Tomorrow,, May Be Too Late."
Have money in the bank when old age
or misfortune overtakes you. Start an
account here today. A dollar will do it
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
Capital $50,000. Undivided Profits $4,098.94
W. L. McCarty Prcs. M. B. Salin, Cashier.
ATLANTA, GA., BIRMINGHAM, ALA., CHATTANOOGA, TENN.,
DALLAS, TEX., GALVESTON, TEX., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,
NEW ORLEANS, LA., KNOXVILLE, TENN., SHREVEP0RT, LA.,
AND ALL POINTS SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST.
all points North, East,
VIA THE THROUGH CAR SERVICE OF THE
QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE.
rOR fAHCJ AND ALLOTHtR iNfOKMATIOS, UU ON OR WRITE
II. C K1SO. Powntcr inj Tkkct Agral, 101 C. Main SI,
V. A. nCCKLI'.K, General Pswtiifcr Aftnt,
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN ELEGANT LINE OF
SPRING SUITINGS IN NEWEST PATTERNS, LATEST STYLES
AND ALL COLORS.
Prices 15c, 25c,
50c, and $1 Yd
WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION. ALSO BIG LINE OF TO
BACCO CANVAS AT RIGHT PRICES. WE HANDLE ONLY
GOODS OF QUALITY AND GUARANTEE PRICES.
Hughes, Martin & Co.
Flour and Meal
Order a sack from your grocer today, and we'll guarantee
that you will be pleased. We're making a great flour this sea
son, the finest for biscuits and light bread you ever saw.
J. H. Baughman & Go,
.Willi!- rM ksk
u iu ft i m LSM
r !- -?r?.'-i i
m miw '
CHICAGO, ILL., CINCINNATI, 0.,
COLUMBUS, 0., CLEVELAND, 0.,
DETROIT, MICH., 'TOLEDO, 0.,
AND ALL POINTS NORTH.
South and West
. IXAINOTOV, KY.
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