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THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL.
Sloan's Liniment is a relia
ble remedy for any kind of
horse lameness. Will kill the
growth of spavin, curb or splint,
absorb enlargement's and is
excellent for sweeny, fistula
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hnna llh II. I !a. In. -I i vjujm.i
irxk on nurt iKii ii' ua. I
I m ato tlt(l fa rinki ihtfe
lit-M M ht he- 'i K'fJ lw.il ua 4
Bin tht tuu d lunlijr wai '
AnIhunv fj, llirira OjikiiBi), pa ,
KtKilt No. I.
is good for all farm stock.
"Uf lt had rf iMm ihrft dirt
tfoT mt fot your Imlmtnf. hlch I
xl.tixt la iry I ( tnn It new r
thru dirt iim i"T '' ait atntoat .n.
Oil ht AfA tlort I fv lU UDlnunt,
Uil I k"t wt I any tlnct."
At J. Wa.TBT, laanut, IOiU
60c & 11.00
Biota's Book on RorM,
CatUt, Hop and Poultry
Dr. Earl S. Sloan
Shetland stallion foaled ilay 10th,
1910. Black, with white on shoul
Acts, white over quarters, white legs,
large whito star in forehead, imita
tion Into saddle on hack. Sired by
Givcns pony, ho by Hundley's Bine
Eyes, 1st dam Dotsy a very fino
pony, that could trot in three min
utes and fine as n thoroughbred.
Topsy enn trot fast. jmce. run
ning walk nnd high step. I showed
him nt Lancaster fair at 2 1-2
months of ace. in sweepstake rintr
nratust alleged ponies and ho took
the premium. I refuted $200 for him
three 'times before he wns four
Will mnko the sason of 1012 nt
my placo in Crab Orchard, Ky.. 300'
vards from post office on Dripping
Springs road at $10 to insure a liv
. W. G. DUNN. ,
nan orchar d. kentitky,
O B. D. CARTER, O
O New Livery, O
O Depot Street, 0
O 'Phone 96 O
0 STANFORD, KENTUCKY 0'
WANTED-AGTIYE MAN IN EACH 10CAUTY
To .Join this Society. Sick, accident,
death benefits. And introduce our
Memberships. Alt or spare time. $"'0
to f300 a. month. I'vcry Member o
cured elves you a steailr motitlily In
come. Experience not neciltM. Write
for plans. Iloi Ja-'.UI, C'ovtncton, Ky
Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy
me,(a peculiar iitness s Knowledge oi me aiuo uj. huuio , umm u- uieuivtui-n, uuiu um iu dchu wj
reader of this paper & any friends of yours, n copy of tho gieatest book of its kind ever published, entitl
ed, "The Cowboy Herbalist". It is filled with startling facts obtainable no placo else, & costs you nothing
but a post card, & if you want a fine cnlendar, say so & I will mail you one for 1912, lithographed in five
colors, n fine likeness of myself, entitled "Rendy for tho round-up".
All letters cheerfully nnswered, information given relative to Roots & Herbs ns medicines. Catholia
or Protestant, Read Your Bible Ezokinl -17:12. Ecclesiastes 30: 14, 10, 10, 17 nlso Chapter 38; 4, 0, 0,
15. St. Paul to the Romans, 14:2. Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Rovclntions 22:2 Psalm 103:14. Write
these verses down, thon rend them. Tho Biblo says "Physician Heal Thyself" & so, if modorn doctors with
mercury & other poisons can't heal Ibeinselves, what chances havo YOU to bo cured T
Yours for a long, clean, healthy & successful lifo.
CHARLIE WHITE-MOON, W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky.
If you write for information, book or caleudar,address Dcpt. 7.
t Mt a m 4 1
"ANGEL" OF CAMP
DICK ROBINSON DEAD.
Mrs. Eliza Farris Passes Away In
Lancaster, Aned 91 Years Her
Lniieostcr, April 18.
-Mrs. Klua Ho.ikiiis Farris, per
haps Lancaster's most highly-rc-gnnlcd
resident, died nt the city
hospital, after an illtiMi of ovor.i!
weeks due to a stroke uf pjrnl n.
M.11I .Mi. 1 mii' Iilo been epaied u
fortnight louder, he would Imvo
reached her ninety second milestone
on tlio 23d of April.
In the passing of -Mrs. Farm'
death claims one of thu most inter
ostiiiR women of Central Kentucky.
.Mrs. Farrin enjoyid the distinction
Out withstanding n f 1,000 elniiu for
her benefit hud been turned dunii in
tho I nited States Senate, after u
(Mroiu j.l.'i i J!cr behalf by Scnr.tor
. O. ltindley) of having been tho
L-vipuiii. u u lyi.uju limine pursu
made up for her by twclva United
States Senators who were impressed
with the juMici: of her claim.
Mrs. Furris, or "Aunt Kli.n", as
she wiifl affectionately known, np-tK-nied
as if idle might have steit
ped out of u portrait done of some
pntnci.ni of other generations. Her
unique headdress, snow-white swny
iM' iineletR, her softly modulated
oice, her gliding movement imd
quaint, impressive gestures, were all
( f a ehnrfleler that impressed them-i-t'ci
on tho memory.
.Mrs. Farris was trii'.v n b'-tonV
im r- t in that hor early life wii
i ci -elv intej-woven with the moat
"irrii.g material incidents of Oar
rard co.inty, nnd thnt her peoplo
l.nvc been prominent both in politics
ri.d military affairs. Mrx. Farris
bcfoTc her uitirringo was a Miss Ho
kins, of lower Garrard, the daugh
ter of William Moskins, a wealthy
pbirter of that locality, and sister
if Wi!hnm A. Moskins, n famous
I edernl officer of the Ciwl War.
Mi-s Eliza Moskius at the dawn of
prime of n young woman nnd her
highly cultured faculties wero keenly
ob-ervant of many of the interesting
incidents connected with the history
of the first Federal camp south v)f
the Ohio River.
"Camp Dick Robinson," was locat
ed on n farm of 335 acres, six miles
north of Lancaster ,nnd originally
a part of the old ILisknis place, the
mrlhood home of "irs. Fnrris, im
mediately across the road. It was
not only ns a hostess, but nlso as
tender nurse that Mrs. Farns
then Miss Moskins, distinguished
herself. What Florence Nightingale,
the Lngli-h philanthropic, wns to
the hospitals (lining thu Crimean
wiir, Mits Klizn Moskins wns to the
iek and languishing nt "Camp Dick
Robinson, and not only did her ser
vice extend to the occupants of the
Federal station, but nlso to any dis
abled Confederate that needed her
It wns impossible for a time to fill
the orders from the Gnrrard county
nrr.p for food nnd clothing, nnd in
the ab-eiiCo of tents the soldiers
were nsMffiicd quarters in a grove of
sugar maples, where exposure to the
elements rendered it necossnry to
build a hospital. Mis Eliza saw
mni.v a raw recniit only thinly clad
fall a victim to dread phetimonin,
and many others overcome by nn
epidemic of measles. Other hos
pitals were built nnd the nearbv1
dwellings were filled with the ill fi'
lack of other accommodations. The
MoskiiH homo was thrown open to
the unfoitunntc, even the largo old
parlor being filled with tho sufferers
Every day Miss Eliza mado her
round at the bedsides, not only in
her own home, but nlso nt every
house where n languishing soldier
Whose wonderful Root & Herb medicines have been making such won
derful cures for yenrs past in Kentucky, extends greetings to the fend
ers ofThe Interior Journal, through the courtesy & splendid rates offer
ed by its editor. Tho narao of my great unhersal remedy, is
'composed of 10 Roots & Herbs. It i an ideal spring & fall tonic, stom
nch, liver, kidney, bladder & blood remedy. Com-Cel-Sar is a body &
nerve builder of great merit & should be used both spring & fall for
;puttiug tho blood & general system in fine condition to meet tho ncccs
fcary changes taking place nt thoso seasons. Com-Cel"Sar is sold nt nil
drug stores, tho' some times, you find a drug-gist who for some reason
will not handle my remedies. In thnt ense, I will, on receipt of tho price
of 4-1.00 send it postngo paid any place on earth. Com-Ccl-Sar is pack
ed & backed by n legal guarantee thnt gets back your dollar if Com-Cel-Sar
fnils to do whnt you buy it for. Call for Com-Cel-Sar, nlso for
Charlie White-Moon's Science Sope which is mad0 of puro vegetable oils
for Human skin Only, 10c a bar, 3 for 2.ro & money back if you don't
happen to like it.
My years of experience ns a cowboy & among tho Indians, give
.All. .t.A.nv IF a A .- Wm 1 T Ah.lkfv nn 4fcl.MA .wr 1 n Aitr jl ltlvA a l av ah
"I Recommend It Wherever
bocn cured of
a very bad
caco of ca
tarrh ot tho
Mild I lUIIIl-
catlon of ail
ments that I
liavo bad for
with th r oo
did mo not
so I quit doc
toring. "T linnphlfl.
Mrs. John M. Stabler, bottlo of le
rnna and commenced taking it. I found
I was gottlng tomo better, but thought
I was not doing as well as I might. So
I wroto Tho l'cruna Medical Depart
ment, to sco what they thought about
fine. They gaVo mo special directions
and medical niivlco. To our astonish
ment I improved ami am to-day a well
woman and weigh as much as I over
did In my life.
"I tell my friends that Fcrnna saved
my life. I recommend It wherever I
ini,'anit when any of our folks sresick,
I givo thcrn l'cruna with success."
needed a woman's ministry. In mak
ing thei-e dnily calls her father nc
compnnicd her in the carriage, while
a boy followed with n spring wagon
full of provisions. By her tender
care many life wns saved, nnd it
wns for this volunteer service that
Senntor Bradley so urgently plended
i chum in her behalf in the United
The Thirty-first Ohio Regiment of
Infant ry presented Mass Moskius
with n $150 silver service, which
she prized ns one of her most valued
possesions. It was given ns n tok
en of their appreciation of her kind
ness ns it nurse. '
Only once did Miss Eliza refuse
to furv.i'li n meal, and then only af
ter lui hospitality had been imposed
upon for weeks. Mer snbterfuge to
Tvio-e doors to self-invited guests
was unique. She heard from Cnn
enstcr thnt seventy soldiers would
dine with her that day; sho quickly
ordered n negro to make a pallet in
the kitchen nnd assume nil the
symptom" of n serious illness. When
the captain nnd hii company rode
up and nave orders, Miss Moskins
apparently n-sented and then Te
mnrked -he thought one of her slaves
had smallpox nnd nsked the officer
to oome in nnd diagnose the case.
With u determined refusnl he cried,
"Excuse lib please!'' nnd then with ft
quickly given command, "Right about
face, double quick march." the whole
company hurried nwny nnd wno
soon lost to the intrepid woman's
Miss Moskins was married about
the clo.-e of the war to James Far
rie a Confederate soldier. Mer hus
band has been dead nearly twenty
Mi-s Farris though a nonngennr
inn. leluined full use of all her fac
ulties till a few weeks ago, and al
most to the last still possessed bril
liant conversational powers.
But not only ns n. hostess nmi
MWlili y 1
brilliant enteitniner did Mm. Fnrris
.liiue in the bet years of her wo
manhood, but she had been non0 tho
le-s trifled ns n housewife nnd senm.
streH. Mer quilt were critnb!e
works of nrt and wqie shown ot
Danville, Lexington. St. Louis nnd
other county nnd Stnte Fnirs nnd
have ninny times won premiums in
the wnv of hnnil-ome eup, ewers
and other pieces of silver eiiec.
Mis. Fnrris hn-l by fnr outlived
all nf her senerntion, her nearest
leliiiives heiny Mesdnmes Dobbins
1 Robert Mnrdimr, of Danville;
Mr-. R. L. Elkin, of tin citv. iter
ureal niece, nful .Major William
Moskins Cnlicr, of Louisi!le. a great
nephew. IDA MAY GRANT.
T. W. Jordan, the well known den
tist of Hopkinsvilte. Ky., writes: "I
ucd to hnvo terrific pains ncros
by back, but since taking Foley
Kii'nt-v Fills I lime iiiki no pain. I
clndlv recommend Foley Kidney
Pills." Slmsrnrs nnd Tanner.
HARRY CAMNITZ MAY
PLAY IN LEXINGTON
Marry Cumtutz, n brother of
Pitcher Howard Cumnitz of the
Pittsburg Xntionnl League team
was in Lexington Wednesday to see
President Sheets of the Colts in re
ference to signing with the Colts, for
this season, Marry Cumnitz is nlso
n big league Ditcher, having played
with several different clubs in the
mnjors, but has not signed so fnr
this .enr. President Sheets is anxi
ous to secure the servics uf this Ind
but no Pgicement could be renched
Wednesday, as Cumnitz wanted
more money thnn the snlnry limit in
the Blue Grass League would allow.
Sheets is still negotiating with thi3
big twirler nnd it is hoped thnt he
will bo signed before the opening of
the season Mny 1. ,
KIDNEY TROUBLE RELIEVED IN
A Speedy Cure.
I derived to much benefit from the
use of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
thut I believe it will be most impor
tant for th0 public to know of its
Last November I was suffering
severely with kidney nnd bladder
trouble. The burning pnin was ter
rible. I sent to you for one trial
bottlo of Swamp-Root nnd it relieved
mo in nbout two houis. After tak
ing tho small trial bottle, could feel
no more pain, so purchased one fifty
cent bottle of Swnmp-Root. After
taking tho contents hnvo not felt
ono pnin from the kidneys or blad
You nre nt liberty to publish this
testimonial should yon wish to.
Yours very respectfully,
W. II. WARREN,
R. No. 2, Box 39, Gainesboro,-Tenn.
Sworn to and subscribed before
mo W. F. Dodson, enacted Justice of
the Peace of Jackson county Tenn.,
this 14th dny of July 1909.
W. P. DODSON, J. P.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Blnqhamton, N. Y.
Prove What Swamp Root Will Do
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hniiitpti, N. Y., for n sample bottle
It will convince nnyone. You will
nlso leceive n book of valuable in
formntion, telling nil nbout kidneys
and bladder. When writing, be sure
and mention the Stanford Interior
Journal. Regular fifty-cent nnd
one dollar size bottles for sale nt all
KING EAGLE, JR.
Pedigree,-Sired by S. T. Harris,
King Eagle, Vol. 0, A. S. IL R., No.
2550, he by Royal King 2555, ho by
On Time, 745, ho by Stonewall Jack
son 72, Royal King's 1st dam Mollie
Mounts 25S-1, ho waa tho noted siro
Cubbell's Lexington, F. S. King
tngio's 1st flnm Ilip, Jbi'J, sho by
Englo Bird 1014, ho by Old King
Eaglo 750, 2d dssj Red Lion, 3rd
dam by Harris' Denmark, ho by Mil
ler Denmnik 45; 4th dam by Jim
King Eagle, Jrs. 1st dnm wis
Molllo Drcnnon, sh0 by Old Drennon,
2d 'dam Coppcrbottom, and runs
back to Davy Crockett.
Note. King Eaglo, Jr., is 7 years
old dark bay with ono whito hind
foot, nice' mnno and tail, stands full
17 hands high, weighs 1,000 pounds
and woll proportioned every way. A
combined stnllion with plenty of
speed, style nnd action, his colts
show that he is a splendid breeder
Ho will mak0 tho soason of 1012 at
my barn, one inilo West of Wnynes
burg on Fishing Creek at $10 to in
sure a living colt.
Mnres traded, parted with or bred
elsewhero without my consent for-,
fcits the Insuranco, nnd tho money
becomes duo nt 6uch transaction.
Caro taken to prevent accidents but
pot responsible should any occur.
Phono in Res. Wnynesburg, Ex.
C. G. CALDWELL & SON, '
It. P. D. No. 4. Wayne8burg, Ky.
Guaranteed to keep your Stock In a
healthier and better condition.
Guaranteed the BEST Egg Producer
and Disease Prerentatire. Every pack
age of the abore Remedies sold en a
Personal Guarantee, backed by
George H. Farris
Wholesale Cash Prices to Consumers
Choice red clover $13.25, pine tree
timothy $7.50 nnd nil other farm
seeds. Wire fencing. Rendy-madc
roofing. Nelson's Victory- flour,
Dairy feed. Write for samples nnd
prices. You enn save $5 to $25 on
winter and spring purchases. W.
Bu-h Nelson, Lexington, Ky.
down the throat of a tuplne
chicken. deoyi we wormf
and i.v.t the chick's lite.
A few drops In the drloklsg
water enret ana
For the treatment ot White Diarrhoea In clikif
and Blackhead and other disease! In turkeys
BOURBON POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL
One 50c tattle make 12 gallon of medicine,
Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard, Ky.
A. S. II. R. 3328
Sired by Dignity Dar0 1992, he
by Chester Bare 10, he by Black
Squirrel 5S, he by King William 07.
1st dam Tuxawny 4038, also regis
tered in Vol. 10, A. S. II. R. She by
Abdallah ilarabrino 3715, ho by Al
mont 33, 2nd dnm Lady Davis by
Crit Djivis, by Baurbon Chief; 3Td
dam Mu (tie S., by Foreign Light, by
Foreigner, by Impoited Glenco; 4th
dam Bettie C. by Cunninghnm's
Note. Almont Dare is n show
horsL. under saddle, in harness and
by halter. A breeder second to none
his eolts from grade mares bringing
from $300 nt weanlings to $300 and
$1,000 nt 3 to 4 yenrs; $000 was of
fered for his dam nt 2 yenrs old nnd
$400 for his 2nd dnm when horses
were cheap. His 3rd dnm could rack
as fast as n good horso could run
under whip nnd spur. Ho is a pret
ty bay 10 bonds and weighs nround
1200 pounds. Goes G distinct gaits
all good nnd fnst. Ono full brother
sold for $3,000 and another report
ed sold for $1,500 nnd one sister,
Toxy Dare offered $1,500 for. Pret
ty good breeding don't J'ou think?
Season 1912 nt my stable 2 1-2
miles from Hustonvillo on Liberty
pike at $15 to insure live colt. Money
duo when colt is fonled, mnro part
ed with or bred elsewhere. Grass at
$2 per month and all stock will hnve
my personnl attention but will not
bo responsible for accidents. Cor
respondence nnd inspection invited.
S. T. POWELL, Hustonviile, Ky.
I bought one of the red jacks from
J. K. Baughman that has mado a
record for himself. Will stand (Jdn
at my placo at $12.50 to insure.
TWO SHETLAND PONIES .
Enrique, a white nnd block stal
lion of L'rent beauty and stylo: foal.
cd 1009 by L. C. Price's the Mujor
of Penmoken 0921, dam Lady Gray
Jesse is know'n by overybody.
Liko tho jack ho has mado his own
M. S. IAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky.
I JJlvaW QM
Q Q Q 5 5 Q O
B POULTRY COLUMN
O Reliable Breeders of Pure 0
O Bred Poultry Card of Five
O Lines $1 Q
& O Q Q Q Q Q O Hi
S. C. Crystal White Leghorns
li inn Iruii-nesied hens with re
cords of opr 200 eires n vmr. Tho
strain that lavs is tho strain that
inivs. Kiru's from No. 1 nens $2.50
ner l"i ctnre. other nens $1.50 nor
15 $7.00 ner 10IJ. Get in the lavinc
elnss. Order todnv. Lock Box
5C0. A. C. Alford. Stanford. Ky.
Airent for Tulniic incubators cunr-
nnteed not to overheat. Cull nt
hou-o and seo snmnlc.
S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS.
The Jnvinir strain that fills tho
ere basket in zero wenthcr: carlv
matiiTine; hie boned frvcrs. Settinc
etrtrs. house, delivery. $1 ner 15;
sliinnintr. eeirs $1.5(1 ner 15. Mrs. .
A. C. Alford. Stnnford. Kv. '
INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS
I'srt's for sale 1 ner settinc of 12
or &J for 45. All orders rcceivo
iironnit attention. Wolford N. Lov
ell. It. F. D. No. 1 Box 80. Stanford
T am eettincr 21 dozen cees n'week
from SO hens. Settinc of 15 for SI.
C. C. Withers. It. F. D. No. 2. Stan
ford. Kv. Phone 103-A.
Lavprs;Pavcrs-S.C. Buff Orolnotons
Encli-h Salmon Faverolles. eccs
$2 rer 15: $15 ner 50: Indian Run
tier Ducks thnt lav tho nearl white
esr.'S $1 ner 13 : $3.50 per 50 . $0 ner
100. Mv '"toek enmn from tho Blue
Ribbon winners of this eoun'trv.
Make vour stnrt with the best blood.
Always elnd to show mv bird- to
nnv one interested. Mrs. Sam Em
brv. Jr. Stanford. Kentucky.
CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINGTONS.'
The hie winter lavers. From Kel
lerstrass $30.00 matin::: cues from
1st neii $3 from. 2nd nen $1.50 ner
Jo. s. C. Rhode Island Reds Tomn-
li'JiL U"1- .Fs $1.50 ner 15.
Indian Runner Ducks thnt lay the
white cscs $1 ner 11 cew. I have
snared neither means nor time in
selecting this stock. Thcv are from
nnze winnins nnd heavy lavint;
A. C. Kill. Stanford. Kv.. R. F. D.
WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS.
.31 IM t'ni. ITv T. .. T...l! T
n i .-'""" "''" uunner
!1K'k .PSl-'3 $I fi" 12. Mrs. L. P
Ntinne ipv !., V-.. V; -i" ,.
2. phono Stanford Exchange ma A.
S. C. BROWN LEGHORN EGGS.
laid lJOO cscs in February. Mrs.
R. L. Berry. Hugtonville. Phnn 7-D
WHITE PEKIN DUCKS
u i' Per Settina.
Moraan S. Bauohman Jr.. Phone 41
R. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS.
Mrc Uf EhCS ,$1 f(,r 15'
?";, wd8-f: Loaan-R-D- 4-
S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS
Can Kimtilv Odn ; i.....
100 -Mr5 Ceni.S ?L15T?r $5
ioo. Mrs. J. M. Cress. R. d. 4,v
Stanford Phone 380-Q Lnncaste;
INDIAN RUNNER nilPkQ
Fawn and white. Heaw lovers.
SnJ.t0 ei,Cl 5 cents for 15. Mrs.
Robert Nunne w jfr.pj V-.. V."
D. No. 1. Phono Tliictn,.,.;!!.. i r"
White Chinese geese
i;e-, Hr?c"'ev. Jr.. It. D. No. 2.
FMIE BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK
$2.0(1 for IK. o nn ..n. i ,.
..." " f",vv "U"'V HOOK
free- with vour first order. Rend
Farm. McKinnev. Kv.
A GREAT POULTRY REMEDY
GoLlnro IT. TtVirria lina fnl... I!.-.
n ...4 tuacu lull
ncenuv in Slntifnr.l f.m i, ..,!.
People's Poultry Remedy aud Peo
ple's Stock Remedy. Theso aro said
to givo completo satisfaction wherov
er used. 31-tf.
Wfirm vmt irnnf m 1m,1 if ..
L-ttiil cn ViIi X Tla.AMt.. mt .
represent tho American Surety Co.,
larebt in the world. 24-tf.
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