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THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. MAY 31. 1912
Horse and Mule Feed
Alcorn and Oateqtial, a well balanced
feed, trade of corn, oats, barley,
ground alfalfa and molasses, 100
pounds to the sack makes 5 meas
Alcorn $1.90 per 100 pounds Oat
equal $2.20 per 100 pounds. You
feed no other grain with this feed. N
and three quarts to one gallon
makes a good feed. Order a sack
J. H. Baughman & Co,
Phone 1 1
CINCINNATI AND RETURN
Sunday, June 2ntl.
Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m.
ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS.
Orders left with Dr. T. W. Penning
ton will be filled promptly.
Rugs, Carpets, etc., thoroughly
cleaned by the sanitary process.
E. L OGDEN Manager.
dawn the throat ot srtplnf
chicken, deatrojrs the worms
end laves the chick's life.
A few drops lo the drloklos
water fares and
f For the treatment of White Diarrhoea lo chicks
luiil Blackhead and other diseases In turkeys
JOUMOsOWLTW CURE HAS NO EQUAL
One 30c txttk! make. 12 gallon, of medicine.
For Sale bv New Stanford Drua Co.
Posted Fred HandorL
Strayed from the Tom Ferrill plaee
one white male hos weieht about 115
pounds, nnl information phone E.
T. Pence. 44-2t.
For Sale. Large tobacco bed.
Bowen Qooile. 44-2
On Monday May the 10th 1912
("County Court Day) I will sell to
rlie highest bidder, a splendid 3-yenr-old
pony, half Shetland, 52
inches high. Spotted, fine style
and action, perfectly gentle for la
die, or children to drive not afraid
of auto, city broke. Also a splen
did two seated porf trap almost
new. Ponv trari and harness will
be sold promptly at 11 o'clock. Lis
ten for Col. J. P. Chandler. W. P.
A few registered TamwortU pig
for sale at real bargain prices. Send
for description circular. V. A. Cof
fv & Son. MeKinnev. Kv. 4S-4n.
The foolish way
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There are tWO Ways of saving your money tlio foolish way
and the wise way. The Foolish way in to put it where, fire,
theft" or' other calamity can tnko it f ram you in a second.
Tha WUe way id to put it in n bank' of good standing like
ours, where it ia taken oare of in fire and burglar proof
vaults. Fjollow the example of the best business men and far
mers in'thU district oturt on account here at once it is al
bo the straihtet road to siu-ccs and wealth.
L. MCCARTY, PrM. J. 0. EADS, V-Ptm.
L PCMMY, V. Ftm. J. S. RICE, V. PrM.
f SALMI ft!. S. AHERT PHILLIPS, A-Cath'r
( A- .
Guaranteed to keep your .Stock In a
healthier and better condition.
Guaranteed the BEST Egg Producer
and Disease Preventatiie. Erery pack
age of the above Remedies sold on a
Personal Guarantee, backed by
DR. BOGLE DIES SUDDENLY
Prominent Danville Physician, Na
tive of Lincoln. Is no More
For Sale. My entire stock of
single comb brown leghorns at fifty
cents each (to make room for grow
in .stock.) A bargain if taken at
once. Mrs. J. Mack Pctrey, It. P. D.
No. 1, Wayncsburg, Ottenheim Box.
Insure your tobacco against loss
or damage by hail. $1.50 to $3.00
H. M. XEWLAXD AGT. 43-tf
For Sale Second hand binder in
good repair. Sam Castello. 43-4p.
V. A. Coffey and son, of McKin
ney have gone into the business of
raising Tnmworth hogs ou an exten
sive scale. The Tnmwoith is the
largest hog known. They sometimes
go into the show ring at 1,400 lbs
and good lirood sows weigh from 000
to S00 lbs. The Tnmworth is strict
ly a bacon hog. It puts vigor, size
find quality into the chunky lard
btceds. The extent to which Srjuiie
Coffey nnd hK progressive young
son intend to go into thN industry
will mean much to the live stock
interests of Lincoln county.
Clinrlev Lutes bouzht a cur load
of fat cattle from J. L. Heck thi-i
week for September delivery. Thev
brought four cents a pounds. Mr.
Lutes shinned a car of Innibs to Chi
cinwiti thi- week that he bought
from various parties in this section
at from 7 to 7 1-2 cents n pound.
J. W. Jordan, a well known den
list of Iiopkinsville, Ky., recently
had an operation for his kidnc
trouble, but he says : "The first real
relief I got was after taking Foley
Kidney Pills. They eased the ter
rible pain in my back and accom
plished more good than anything I
had tried. I gladly recommend
them." Shugars and Tanner.
Everyone in Lincoln was greatly
shocked to learn of the death at
Danville or Dr. J. C. Hoglc, who
was widely known, related and lov
ed in this section. The Advocate
says he passed away after an ill
ness of only ten days. Deceased
was one of the most beloved phyoie
iaiis in Boyle county. lie had been
practicing his piot'ession in Dan
ville for twenty-five years. The
splendid coudi?;on of the city is
largely due to his untiring effot'ti
for years past. The funeral wns
held in the Second Presbyterian
church Tuesday nt 10 o'clock. Dr.
J. Q. A. McDowell in chnrge. Dr.
Bogle had been n member of tlmt
church for ninny years.
Dr. Bogle waS sixty-three years
of age and was a native of Lincoln
county. After practicing a few
jeor in Paint Lick, Garrard count-
ty, he moved to Danville, where lie
has since resided. Tito burial km
in Bellevuc cemetery nnd 'the pull
bearers,. Messrs. C. X. Smith. V. P.
Given. Ned Wiseman, Charles Cecil,
Sr., W. S. Bow land. Prof. S. U.
Cheek, Mr. Augustus Hogers and
Prof. J. Redd. The honorary
pall bearers were Col. It. G. Evans,
Mr. II. G. Sandifer, Judge II. J.
Breckinridge and Mr. Ike Lanier.
Dr. Bogle is survived by his wife
nnd two children. The children are
Miss Kate Bogle and Mr. John Bogle
He is nlo survived by one brother,
Mr. William Bogle, of Xew Orleans,
He is also suhvived bv three sisters,
Mi-.se-. B lie, Lizzie and Knte Bogle,
all of Itustonville, Lincoln county.
Manure Spreaders Done
For Your Neighbors?
ANDERSON CARR FARM
Bouoht hv Lutes and Mvers For
Stock Feeding Place
The farm of the Into Anderson
Carr was sold to to Charles Lutes
nnd S. J. Mvers bv administrator A.
T. Xunnellev last Saturday when the
Inst of the effects of the noted ne
er. were disposed of nt auction.
Theie an- about 80 1-2 acres of
hind lvintr on the road to Bonewille.
and together with another small
tract of two acres, continnim; a
houe nnd trood bams, which these
sentleinen Piirchnsed from I). Itilev.
it will make them a nice little place
for stock feedinir. etc. Thev paid
$1,100 cash for the A. Carr place
and .100 for the Hilcv place.
THE next time you see the
local dealer, get him to
give you tho history of
some of the I II C manure
spreaders he has sold. Then
get the story of other spreaders
nnd draw your own rnnrlusion
as to which spreader docs tho
best work at the lowest cost.
Durability pays. The spread
er that does the bost work for
the longest time is the cheapest
to buy. The more you find out
about spreaders, the more cer
tain you will bo to go to tho
local dealer and buy an
I H C Manure Spreader
Kemp 20th Century
Corn King or
The best spreaders made are
the I H C manure spreaders your
local dealer sells, and if you
give him a chance he will soon
.convince you of that fact and
give you good common-sense
reasons for buying- an I H C
spreader from him.
iBternatlinal Htrmtw Cofpinj f Aurica
I H C Scrrlc Banu
The purpose ot thlt llureau is to turnlsx
free oichirve to til. the txit Information
obtainable on better farming. If rou hare
anrworihraucitloni concerning olli.croDi.
ill Car of Adrian Wire
Fence Just Received ijj
We have several second- U
hand Buggies for sale
E. T. Pence
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lanu uraiuBKC ii.ikiiuii. ibiiiiici. ciw..
makevour inuutrlc pcinc and tend them
to I II C ier Ice bureau. Harvester Uulldlnc
Chicago. U b A
Sold in Lincoli Ciunty by
II.' A. Wagoner, Alvon, W. Va.,
says that Foley's Houey and Tar
Compound is tho best medicine for
courIis end colds he has ever known,
he says: "Every man and woman
tells me it is the best they have
ever used nnd whoever has used it
once, always comes back for it
again." There aro no opiates in
Foley's Honey nnd Tar "Compound
and it is safest for children. Shu
ears nnd Tanner.
will be paid for all
kinds of Produce,
Hides and Furs.
See us before you sell, get
price in country or delivered.
H. B. Northcott
T. K.TUDOR, Mgr.
Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy
Yhoe wonderful Hoot & Herb medicines have been making such won
derful cures for years past in Kentucky, extends greetings to tho read
ers ufThe Interior Journal, through the courtesy & splendid rates offer
ed by its editor. The name of my gicnt universal remedy, is
composed of 1G Roots & Herbs. It i an ideal spring & fall tonic, stom
ach, liver, kidney, bladder & blood remedy. Com-Cel-Sar is a body &
nerve Luilder of great merit & 6hould be used both spring & fall for
putting the blood & general system in fine condition to meet the neces
sary changes taking place at those seasons. Com-CeSar is sold tit all
drug Mores, tho' some times, you find a druggist who for some reason
will not handle my remedies. In tha t case, I will, on receipt of tho price
of $-1.00 send it postage paid uny place on earth. Com-Cel-Sar is pack
ed & backed by a legal guarantee tliut cets back your dollar if Com
Ccl-Sar fails to do what you buy it for. Call for Com-Cel-Sar, also fur
Charlie White-Moon's Science Sope which is made of pur0 vegetable oils
for Human skin Only, 10c a bar, 3 for 2.rc & money back if you don't
happen to like it.
My years of c-perience as a cowboy & among tho Indians, give
me a peculiar fitness & knowledge of the value of Roots & Herbs as medicines, & I would like to send every
reader of this paper & any friends of yours, a copy of the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitl
ed, "The Cowboy Herbalist". It is filled with startling facts obtainablo no placo else, & costs you nothing
but a post card, & if you want a fine calendar, say so & I will mail you onq for 1912, lithographed in five
colors, a fine likeness ot myself) entitled "Ready for the round-up". ,
All letters cheerfully answered, information given relative to Roots & Herbs as medicines. Catholio
pr Prdtestant, Read Your lible Ezekial 47:12, .Ecclesiastes 30: 14tU5tljQt 17 also CJiapter 38; 4, 0, 0,
15. St. Paul to the Romans, 14:2. Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Revelations 22:2 Psalm 103:14. Write
these verses down, then read them. The Bible says "Physician HkI Thyself" & so, if modern doctors with
mercury & other poisons can't heal themselves, what chances have Yw to be cured?
Yours for a long, clean, healthy ft successful life.
CHARLIE WHITE-MOON, W. trwdway, LwlsvHte, Ky.
' If you write for Information, book or caleudar.address Dept. 7.
Graham Springs Hotel, "KSgr
Opens June lit, 1912
Openinq Ball. June 4th. Table d'hote Dinner. 6 to 9.
Tin' be-t place in the Sta t fur health and nlenmire. unex
celled purine under unervlioti of Mr, Alice E. Vnre. For
BEN C. ALLIN, Mgr.,
The Best the World Offers in Insaraice
Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Burglary,'
Plate Glass, Live Stock, Automobile; All
kinds of bonds signed.
Fish & Bromley
Ins. Co.. of N A. Fire. Northwestern Mutual Life.
Continental Fire. Roval Health & Accident
Royal Fire. . American Suretv long's.
EM JLirei c, National Live Stock.
Fldelitv-Phenlx Fire. I Others.
LOSSES PAID PROMPTLY.
.Mr. V. S. EMer and family, of
Eiihanks Mited ft lends at Huh
place Saturday ntulit and Sunday.
Me-hi. .M. M. Tn!or and T. V.
Tiivlur have romplc'ted their contract
f imiutiii and repairing nnd doini;
home carpenter work for V. II. Ow
ens nt Spiro, Ky.
Mi. W. . Urown. of Louisville,
i-ited her sUter fJs T. Talor
Horn, to the wife of Jeff Owen
a liic pirl.
Mr. S. O. Proctor bought a fine
Re. I)nid (letitry filled his tip
IMiiutment nt Hethel, Sundny.
There will be Sunday school nt
Hdhel Sunday at 10:30 A. M.
J. C. McClary
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEN
Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35.
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ON YOUR STOCK T
Nothing like It to put them
In good condition, free them
from Insect pirnltes and pro
tect them from contiglous dli
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