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SHE GAVE UP :
niysklM FiHed To Help Mrs,
Green, lut Sht Riutly Ftund
RcUef. Ir artful.
Meetifl. V. Mm. J. C. Green of this
pUce, nftjn: "I suffered with womanlr
troubles so that I could hardly sit up.
Two ot tho best doctors In our town
treated me, and I tried different medi
cines, until 1 gaTo up all hopo ot aver
Ono day, I decided to try somo Car
dul. It did so much for mo that I
ordered somo moro, nnd It cured mot
Today, I feci as well ns I ever did In
Tho rains nnd tho trouble aro all
gone. I feel like another person In
every war. I wish every sufferer could
know what Cardul will do for sick
A fow doses of Cardul nt tho rlfiht
time, will savo many a big doctor bill,
by preventing serious sickness.
It tones up tho nervous system, nnd
helps mako pale checks fresh and ro3T.
Thousnnds of weak women havo been
restored to health nnd happiness by
using Cardul. Rnpposo you try It.
It may bo Just tho rucdlclno you need.
K, n. Write twtJtsm'M'htrY Pm.. 91"',", '
tor nam," int In plain rcptr, on I
jnHnxunnt. njM-rc r, nom mmwai i
HERE IS A REMEDY THAT WILL
CURE SKIN AND SCALP
And Wc Can Prove It.
The Fenny drug store snys to cv
very person be it man, woman or
child who lias nn irritntcd tender in
f!p.mi... itching SKIN or SCALP, you
need not iuffernnothcr day. "Wo
hnc n refined skin preparation that
nets instantly und will bring you
iwift and mini results.
Ono wnrni bath with ZI-2.MO SOAP
nnd ono application of .HMO nnd
you will not suffer another moment
und you will soon nee n cure in pistil
Z12MO nnd 7.K.MO SOAP nre prov
en cures for every form of skin or
scalp affection. They nre sold by
one lending druggist in every eity
or town m America nnd in Stanford,
by Penny's Driiir Store.
-:- LOW COLONIST RATES -:-
Designations in the West, North
west and Southwest.
Tickets on sale daily until April 5th
For further information, ask nny
Agent, Southern Unilwny or write to
A. R. Cook, E, D. Stratton,
DPA .St. Louis, Mo
DPA Kvanvillc, Ind
J. C. BEAM, JR.,
AGPA, St. Louis, Mo.
Many Republicans in Washington
now arc snid to believe thnt n com
promise cnudidnte, jirobnbly Justice
Hughe-, will be found necessary hc
eniiH' of the bitter feeling" aroused
by the content between Rosevclt nnd
Senator Vnnlnmnn, of Mississippi,
lias declared for Underwood for
Champ CInrk made n fino nd-dre-.s
to tlio Kentucky Legislature
Saturday nn.l was ncerded quite nn
ovation. Olhe .lnine presided as
Speaker during his absence.
Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy
mo n peculiar fitness & knowledge of the value of Roots & Herbs ns medicines, & I would like to send every
render of this paper & any friends of yours, n copy of tho greatest hook of ts kind ever published, entitl
ed "The Cowboy Herbalist". It is filled with stnrtling facts obtninuhlo nn plnco else, & costs you nothing
but a post enrd, & if you want ft fine cnlendnr, say so & I will mail you ono for 1912, lithographed in fivo
colon, ft fino likeness of myself, entitled "Rendy for tho round-up".
11 letters cheerfully answered, information given relutivo to Roots & Herbs ns medicines. Cntholio
. Prnlostnut Read Your Bible Ezekial 47:12. Kcclesiastes 30: 14, 1C, 10, 17 nlso Chapter 38; 4, C, 0,
13 St Paul' to the Romans, 14:2. Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Revelations 22:2 I'snlm 103:14. Write
these "verses down, then read them. The Biblo says "Physician Heal Thyself" & so, if modern doctois with
mercury & other poisons can't heal themselves, what chances havo YOU to bo cured?
' Yours for n long, clean, healthy & successful life.
CHARLIE WHITE-MOON, W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky.
If you write for information, hook or caleudar,address Dept. 7.
LANCASTER . r .
Tho Clinutnuqiia Circlo met Sat
urday nftcrnoon nt tho homo of Mm
II. V. Hudson.
Lldcr F. M. Timlcr lnm returned
from Indinnn wlicro lio was engaged
in n successful rcvivnl of three
William Christopher, Jr., nnd, Miss
Tilliu Wiiltim, of Jliirim Vistn drove
to Riirsin nnd wero soon united in
wedlock' holy bond, the Nov. Simp
W. 1-2. Moss bought 20 neres of
Intid of Mr. Tnylor Rniney nt fl27.-
f)() per ncrc. mis is a goon mui.,
nnd is on te new Danville rond, two
miles of town.
Ktlltor nnd Mrs. I.ouis Lnndrnni,
of . Danville onnin here upon
tlie death of Mis. Lnndrnm' mint
Mi-s Mnllie Smith. Mi Rettie
West tins returned from n plcnsnnt
stny with Mesilnmes .1. Wesley West
ntni Millnrd F. West in Washington
City. Mrx. Snrnli Mnret, of Shelby
i!le is viiling her si-ter Mrs. Jnek
Adnnw. Mrs. W. M. Hiirnetlc is tlio
gue-t of lelntives in tho Fulls City.
Mr. nnd Mrs. "Mnurico AsliUr of
Cincinnati nre with Mr. nnd Mrs.
J u. nnnioni. .iims i.ciur .iii, - -
... . ... ,....., r.. ..::
liolicris wim in riiniiuni mi ii inn.
of M'Vernl dnvs with her cousin Miss
Annie Davis MclfobcrK Mr. nnd
.Mrs. Powell Duncan, of Nicholns
ville, have been culled heie by the
critical illness of their daughter Mrs.
S. (I. Hiihi'ldfii. Mrs. Al Anderson is
in Lexington with her sister Mrs.
W. T. Ilr wning. Mr. nnd Mm. Jim.
Pright oi this county will leave
shortly to reside in California. Mr.
Hid Mrs. It. 11. Rntson have return
ed from Chicngo where they inspect -d
and purchased a Iinnd-unm lin of
dies c N for theii store. Jits.
.1. II. Panders nnd ehildrcn of Rich
mond are visiting Mr. nnd Mm. Win.
Tli(. sale of the stock and produce
of the late Alev Oiblis wns held on
the 1 Ith. I'npt. Am Ronnie serv
ing ns auctioneer.
The following arc some of the
pnee- obtained: A ll-year-old
iiorso mule In L. (5. (Jihhs for flS5;
tw- mare mules to snnie for 2o-.-.():
n inure mule to .1. S. Ranchman,
(of Rovle county for 1S."i; a year-
Iins mule to S. L. Oibbs fn- 1.VJ; n
mule colt to t-nme for .?"."; n 21-yenr-old
geldins liroiight ?l.Vi; n brood
mare to S. L. Oibbs for lfio; nn
iigt-d brood mnre to same for SCi; n
lot of timothy hay brought $17.30
per ton; '-'0(1 bunds of corn wns
sold to J. S. Ruble of Ruena Vistn,
nt from X."0 to i?tl.(IO per barrel,
oat brought .X."0 per hundred.
W. T. Sehastin hold 3,0110 pounds
of tobacco on the Iv.ingtoii breaks
nt 14 and in cents nnd 1,100 pounds
nt Richmond 'nt f20 per hundred
W. S. Privttt sold -1.1)110 pounds nt
Danville nt 'TIS per bundled; W. .1.
Thornton sold 1.400 pounds nt nn
average of el".-).'; Sweeney Moignn
sold H.oCi pounds at Lnnenster for
8 1-4 cents; Dishon Rrothers sold
three loads nt 9 cents per pound.
Lnwson nnd Rrown shipped on
Inst Saturday a ear-load of first
class porkcra to Hubbard, Haus and
Ragsilale, nt Cincinnati, tho consign
ment consisting of III.j bead, the fol
lowing being some of their purchas
es; From .1. S. Rich 10 IT,! -pound
lint's nt 0 1-2 cents; from Mr. E
tridj; 18 1 10 pound porkers nt 5 1-4
cents; from Mr. Hisiiisht 10 140
potind hogs nt $..n."i iier hundred;
Whose wondtriul Root & Herb medicines have been making such won
derful cures for years past in Kentucky, extends greetings to the rend
ers ntThe Interior Journal, through the courtesy & splendid rates offer
ed by its editor. The nnino of my grcnt universal remedy, is
composed of 1G Roots & Heibs. It is nn ideal spring & fall tonic, stom
ach, liver, kidney, bladder & blood vemedy. Com-Ce-Sar is a body &
nerve builder of grent mirit & should he used both spring & full for
putting tho blood & generul system in fine condition to meet tho neces
miy changes taking place at thoso seasons. Com-CePSar is sold nt all
drug stores, tho' some times, you find u liitiisl ho for sumo reason
will not hnndlo my remedies. In that case, I will, on receipt of tho price
of $1.00 send it postage pnid nny place on earth. Com-Cel-Sar is pack
ed & backed by a legal guarnnteo thnt gets back your dollar if Com-Cel-Sar
fails to do what you buy it for. Call for Com-Cel-Sar, nlso for
Charlie White-Moon's Science Sope which is nmdo of pure vegetnblo oils
for Human skin Only, 10c n bar, 3 for 23o & money bnck if yoy don't
happen to like it.
Mv years of experieneo as n cowboy & among tho Indians, give
NOT SAY YOU'RE OLD
You Only Feel Old
DlKCstlvo organs nro weak don't
nsslmllato food ns thoy used to.
Other organs net moro slowly nnd
niood Is thin nnd sluggish.
Renowal of strength does not equal
tho wear and tear of your system.
That's what makca you feel old.
Nothing In tho world will tono up
nnd Invigorate thoso weak, back-sliding
organs, mako rich blood nnd Cro
at strength to quickly as Vlnol.
Vlnol Is not n secret nostrum, sim
ply tho medlrlnnl elements of tho
cods' livers, with tho useless nnuseat
Ing oil eliminated, and tonic Iron add
ed. Try n bottlo of Vlnol with tho
understanding that your money will
bo returned If It does not mako you
stronger, feel younger and giro you
an added Interest In llfo.
Sold by Penny's Drug Store
from (Jeorgo Ilroadilus 2. 12"j
pound shouts nt 3 1-1 cent".; from
Robert Clark 10 12."i pound slionts
nt .f5.'J,'i per liiimlieil; from We-ley
Ronnie 7 150 pound hogs nt . 1-2
eeuls per pound.
Frank. Tliomp-oii bought .'10 honts
from Arch D. Stevens nt from 1.23
to l.."0 per hundred.
J. C. Mnrgnn sold u lot of baled
htniw ut 30 cents per bale.
(Irent regret wns, felt here when
the news wns received of the denth
of Mrs. Annie F. Adams in Louis
ville, wheie hho had gone about
three weeks ago to accept n position
in n millinery store. She wns taken
suddenly ill by fainting ut her place
of busfuesH ,nnd was taken first to
tho Cntholio Woman's Club nnd Int
er to the Jewish Hospital where her
lenth occurred Friday due to a
licinnrilhign on the brain.
Mm. Adams was 43 yeaif of ngc
nnd tho widow of O. L. Adnms, who
preceded her by about 12 yeaM.
She leaves two sisters Mrs. Joe
Arnold nnd Mrs. .Jmncs Turner, of
Richmond, and 2 brothers: William
Terrill, of Richmond nnd John Tcr-
rill, of Knnsns. The interment too,:
plnce Saturday nftcrnoon in the
Lnncnsttr cemetery, the service be
ins conducted by her former pastor,
Rev. C. C. Rrown. Mrs. Adams wns
for sometime an operator in the
Lancaster Telephone exchange nnd
much endeared herself to the citi
zens by her geniality nnd unfailing
Mis Mollie Smith died nt an
early hour nt her home in this city
on lnt Saturday morning, nfter a
grndunl decline of seveynl years due
to rheumatism and n subsequent de
velopment of heart disease.
She was ever n patient sufferer
during her mnny months of invalid
ism nnd ever greeted her many
friend- and vi-itors with a welcom
ing smile nnd u heart-felt cordiality
For sometime she wns n saleswoman
in the Ratson Mercantile establish
ment where she formed many ac
sietion nnd became very popular by
her ready service nnd unfailing
qnnintnnccs throughout this entire
com t csy.
She leaves one siter, Mrs. II. A.
B. MnrkOmry. of this eity. and 4
nieces. Mesonmcs A. II. Rico. Louis
Lnndrnm. II. Clny Sutton, J. M.
Stiiuahton; nnd two nepiews. F. R.
Mnrksbury and Victor Lcnvell. her
devotion to this entire, circlo being
verv marked nnd beautiful.
The interment took place Sunday
CUMMINS & WEAREN
afternoon in the Lancaster ceme
tery, a short service being held at
the grave by her late pastor, Rev. 0.
I. Rash, the Raptist minister, of
which church she had been n mem
ber for many years.
HIGH CLASS WORK
Done By High School Boys In Pre
Snpt. J. W. li eland sent several
of the orations which the locnl High
School boys nre going to deliver nt
the orntoricnl contest here March
30th. to Daniel L. Thomns, profes
sor of Eiiglili Literature of Central
I'niverhity, to examine, and tho lat
ter write concerning them:
'Dear I'rof. Ireland: I have lead
the orations thnt you sent mo with
considerable care and no little in
tent. It is no mere conventional
compliment when I sny that these
speeches strike mc ns in tho case
of several of them nt least being
very much above the nverago of high
school orations of towns much larg
er than Stanford or Danville."
The above will show tho oratori
cal contest to bo given by Stnnford
High School will be on0 worthy of
the patronage of all who have nny
interest in the county und city be
ing in the vangunrd of educational
interests. Tho program will bo in-ten-persed
with good music nnd
Miss Jnckson will give iiiiuiber. At
tend and eneourngo the laudable ef
forts of all school enterprises.
C. A. Glossner, 24 Ontario St.,
Rochester, N. V., has recovered from
n long nnd severe attack of kidney
trouble, his cure being, duo to Foley
Kidney Pills. After detailing his
ense, ho says: " I nm only sorry I
did not learn sooner of Foley Pills.
In a few days' timo my bnckneho
completely left mo and I felt great
ly improved. My kidneys beenmo
stronger, dizzy spells left mo and I
wns no longer annoyed nt night. I
feel 100 per cent better 6inco using
Foley Kidney pills." Shugnrs nnd
QUEEN 4. CRESCENT
Reduced fares to Cincinnuti and
return acount "Word in Cincinati"
TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY
a Missioary Exposition of interest
to ail. Tickets on Sale March 11 to
13, inclusive; 18 to 20, inclusive, 23
to 27, inclusive and April 1 to 3, in
clusive, good, returning, within four
days including date of sale. Ap
ply to nearest ticket agent, Queen &
Crescent route, for full information.
My Husband Also Uses
companies this testimo
nial and who
resides at 353
as follows :
tles of Peruna
cured mo of
tarrh of sev
If my hus
badly or either of us catch cold we at
once take Peruna."
Mrs. Wilson Robinson, 701 Nestle St.,
Toledo, Ohio, writes:
"I feel llko a new person. I hare
DO more heavy feelings, no more pain,
don't belch up gas, can eat mott any
Mag without it hurting mc. I want
to be working all the time. I have
gained twenty-four pounds.
"People that see me now and taw
me two months ago seem astonished.
I tell them Peruaa did ft. I will say
It U the only remedy for spring and
HI other llmenU."
SjVB; N JJSSE A ' ''isjSjSjSjBSMSjfll
You cannot bo ovcr-carcful in the
selection of medicine for children.
Only the very gentlest bowel medi
cine should ever be given, except in
emergency cnes. Ordinary pills,
cathartic-, and purgatives aro apt
to do moro harm than good. They
may cause griping, nausea and other
distressing after-effects .that are
frequently health destroying.
We personally recommend aud
guarantee, Resnll Orderlies as tho
safest and most dependable remedy
which we know, for constipation and
associate bowel disorders. Wo have
such nbsoluto faith in th0 virtures
of this remedy that wo sell it on our
guaranteo of money back in every
instance where it fails to give en
tire satisfaction, and w0 urge all
in need of such medicine, to try it
at our risk.
Rcxnll Orderlies aro eaten just
like candy, nre particularly prompt
and agreeable in actiou, may b0 tak
en at nny time, day or night; do not
cause diarrhoea, nnusca, griping ex
cessive looenes, or other undesir
able effects. They have a very mild
but positive action upon tho organs
with which they como in contact,
apparently acting as a regulative
toniq upon tho relased muscular coat
of tho bowel, thus overcoming weak
ness, nnd aiding to restoro tho bow
els to moro vigorous and healthy ac
Resnll Orderlies commonly com
pletely relievo constipation, except
oi courso when, of a surgical char
acter. They also tend to overcome
tho necessity of constantly taking
laxatives to keep tho bowels in bot
mal condition. Tlueo sizes of pack
ages, 10 cents, 23 cents, and 50
cents. Remember you can only ob
tain Rexall remedies in Stanford
only at our store, Tho Rexall store
Penny's Drug Store.
tmd SURETY BONDS
B X. HTWLAMD
FRUIT AND SHADE TREES-
Strawberry plants, Grape Vines,
Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies,
nnd Phlox. Everything for Orchard
nnd Lawn, Gaidcn. Fiee Catalogue. ,
H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons,
Lexington, Ky. ,v
FARM FOR SALE!
Containing 200 acres with fino
room houso half of farm in cultiva
tion, the balance in timber. This
Iniul Jays well and is well watered
with branch and wolls a good stock
farm adjoining tho town of Brod
head. Will sell worth tho money.
Teini3 to suit purchaser.
Mrs. Linda Benton,
Rrodhcad, Ky. 21-3
-B. D. CARTER,
Jr 'Phnn Qfi ift.
My new spring and summer sam
ples are now ready for your inspec
tion. They comprise the best on
tho market. I can suit anyone as to
price who had his clothes made to
order. A suit made to your measure'
is preferable to ready mado clothes.
To have them made to measuTO
doesn't cost any more than ready
made when quality and fit is con
sidered. Come in and let me take
H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor.
J. C, McClary
UNDERTAKER AND KMIALMKR
Office Hm 117. Hmm Mmm 31.
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