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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KENTUCKY FRIDAY. JUNE 14, 1812
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The Road to Comfort
A vanished thirst a cool body and a
refreshed one; the sure way the only
way is via a glass or bottle of
Ideally delicious pure as purity crisp and
sparkling as frost.
C Our new booklet, telling
rrCC of Coca-Cola vindication
at Chattanooga, for the asking.
Demand the Genuine
as made by
THE COCA-COLA CO
Mrs. W. M. Morris nnd little son,
Willinm Mntion, of Muskofjcc, will
8pnd tho summer with her Mtcr,
Mr. J. F. Holdntn nt Crab Orch
ard. .Mr. nnd Mrs. L. S. McGlnnn, of
Louisville, who Imvo been vinitinp
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. (.'. McUlnry, xpent
ftcvcrnl days tlio firt of the week
with Mrs. J. E. Iluek nt Uilbert'n
Owen Mclntyre, of Danville, is
shortly to establish n mnpiiinc de
voted to poultry, which oiiRht to fill
a long felt want in this section.
Mac is a hustler nnd will make it a
big thinp, sure.
Miss Josephine Wnrren, who has
liceu tcnelinitf nt Tallndepi, Aln.,
will return home to spend the sum
mer. On her way home she will vis
it her sister, Mrs. John Charles Oa-
bornc nt NnHhvilIe.
Prof. Datson In Somerset
I'rof. Josinh Itotnon, a well-known
teacher of muoic, hns moved with
Ins family from Lincoln county to
this city nnd intends to open in n
short while n penernl music store.
The professor hns been 'n live wiro
in the mtiie line in Lincoln county
since he moved there twenty years
npo. He is n strniRlit-forwnrd, lion
ornhle man nnd wc commend him to
the (food people here ns such. Som
Mrs. Hose A. Freeman, Clifford,
Vn., fcnys they have long used Folev
Kemcdics nnd wnnt to sny n Rood
word for them. She writes: "Folcv
Kidney Pills cured mv husband of a
lonp standing kidney trouble, nftcr
he hnd taken other medicines with
out relief. Wo would not bo with
out Foley & Co.'s medicines in our
Messrs William and Ales. Hiii-ro, house for many tim0 their cost. Shu-
of Hcech Grove. Intl.. nre vinting cars nnd ianncr,
Stop coughing! Coughing
rasps and tears. Stop itl
Coughing prepares the throat
and lungs for more trouble.
Stop it I There is nothing so
bad for a cough as coughing.
Stop it! Ayes Cherry Pec
toral is a medicine for coughs
and colds, a regular doctor's
medicine. Sold for seventy
years. Use itl Ask your doc
tor if this is not good advice.
you tee an
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
Mrs. W. It. Hice. of IJnisvillc is
the giieht of Mrs. Susan Yeacer.
MIm 1'enrl Cnstle, of Somerset,
is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. A. IL Cas
tle. Mr. D. L. Porter, Sr., is visiting
hU son, It. L. Porter, Jr., at Crenl
Mi-tt Elizabeth Hunn is visiting
her cotixin, Miss Isabella Reynolds
Mihs Mary J'hsmI!, of Morcland,
is the guest of her cotinn, Mrs.
Messrs. Oniric Rice nnd Willie
Grny, of LinnjMon, urc the guests
of Mrs. John Fields.
W. K. Perkins, merchant prince of
Crnb Orchard, was here Wednesday,
accompanied by his wife.
Mrs. Nellie Unllou went to Lan
caster Mnndny to attend the burial
of Mrs. Mnry Jennincs.
Miss Lnnite Lynn hnR returned
home after n. visit to her nunt. Mrs.
John Mount nt Lancaster.
Mrs. Snllie Gcole nnd Mrs. Leo
Penny, of Mitchellsburp, are the
guests of Mrs. B. D. Carter.
Miss Snrn Hundley, has returned
home from St. Kathcrinc, where she
attended school the past term.
J. L. Totten was here from Leba
non this week slinking hands with
his manv friends nnd calling on the
Mr. John S. Wells and fnmily,
motored over from Dnnvillc Wed
nesday and tpent the dny with re
lative. Pretty little Miss Mildred Beazlcy.
of Lancaster, is vis-iting Mr. nnd
Mr. J. S. Unucbman. Danville Ad
vocate. Mits Annn Davis Mcltobcrts.
went to Itichmond Wednesday to n
house party given by Miss Mnry
Mr. and Mrs. John Ncvins and
children, of Lebanon Junction, are
here Msiting his mother, Mrs. Mat
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Butler nnd
Miss Mndio Butler, of McKinncy,
were in town n short time Monday
Ed Wilkinson, who hns bene ill for
n month or more with influiuntory
rheumatifein, has returned from
FJuir Springs much improved.
Are You Blue and Worried?
Nervoui P Some o tl.e time rt.Hr i ? Ctch cold etily nd frequently tuffer
from biliouanca. or headache ? The reaaon it that your ayatera doea not rid lUelt
ol the poiaona in the blood; juit at impoa.ihle aa it ia for the rate of atove to rid
iltcli ol clmkera. The rate doea to ua eiactly what the clinkera do to the atoe;
make 11.. Gfa bum low until enough clinUxra have accumulated and then preent
ita burnini at all. Your liver ia aluUh-ou are dull and heavy-lf'P do "V1
rtat, nor ia food appetiiin. In Ihia condition illne.a deelopa. Doctor fierce a
Golden Medical Uiicmery eradicatea the poiaona Jrotn the Knly Iycnc alter
ative extract maJe trom bloodroot, o!den teal and mandrake root, atone and
cueen'a root, without the u.e ot alcohol. No matter how atroo the con.tifition
quence the blood ia diiorderrd, (or the atomacb ia the labo
ratory (or the conatant manufacture ot blood.
Mrs. BEN. Blakk. of Tort Dow. Ont. Hr .TtflLillJ
i crt iuflrr for yean fnan throat t., TCI
fouJ. uvta bjoatln.. 'lr-llon .rJ nrr .n-.t WW
chletiifUmmKon all throo.h n. Flnrt jra I bad thta
Mcdlral I)lTry and I)r. & Caurrh Itrmadr. Im UlJ
tttla of lr. fUura-a Cktarrh mdr. 1 am i- 'Vf-foZ
isdValk with pUir. 1 fad Ilka a new woman. 1 nJ n!
SSund n ad thank God for lattins rea lira lur, awosb to Cod aomo.
thlns that mada ma wall aln."
Dr. Pieroe'a Pleaaant Pellcta regulate liver and bowel.
1 Vv2iy I
friends and relatives here.
Mrs. Brunette Kennedy, 05 years
of nge, who died nt her home in
Itirlirt'ond, of paralysis was relntcd
to (i number of Lancaster families
two of her sisters Mesdaraea Allen
Arnold, and J. P. Doty living in tkis
Mr. J. F. Neighbors, of Livings
ton, lias returned home nfter n viit
to her sister, Mrs. W. K. Warner.
Mrs. V. K .Warner and children,
hnvo been the recent guests to her
pnrents Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Bourne
Mr. Cnbel Owens, who was for
merly with the local Q. & C offices,
is now enjoying a fine position with
this rond and the Alabama Great
Southern that of Tie and Timber
Agent. He travels from Cincinnati
nenrlv to New Orleans.
Chnrles H. Hayden, of the. U. S.
railway mail service with headquar
ters nt Tenth nnd Broadway, Louis
ville, was here several days tli't-
week visitinc friends. He is off
on a vacation and wns wnrmly greet
ed by many friends nt his old home.
He nttcndcu court here .Mondny
with his brother A. J. Hayden, of
Mrs. Charlie Withers nnd Mr-
Muudti Stone attended the com
mmieeinent exercises nt Caldwell
College Inst week.
Mif-s Anie Hays, of Birmingham,
Ala., is htTe visiting relntivcs.
Mibs Edith Martin nnd brother
Jesse, left Sunday for Fort Wnyne,
Ind., to visit their grnndxireirts, Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. P. Bnines.
Services at the Presbyterian
church mi Sunday. June Kith. Bible
r-chool at 9:30 A. M. Morning ser
vice at 11 A. M. Subject "Docs
Christ Cnus-e Me to Stumble!"
Young People's Meeting nt 7 P. M.
No eening tervice.
I Mrs. Martha Sharp died nt her
home near Yotemite Sunday nfter
I noon, nged 73 years. She wns the
wife of Willinm Sharp who preced
ed her to the grave six years ago.
She wns the mother of five children.
A member of the Christum church,
nnd n kind hearted Christian woman.
Hev. ,1. Q. Montgomery conducted
funeral sen ices monday nftemoon
when the body wns laid to rest in
the Green river church burying
The little fifteen months old son
of Mr. John Brooke, of Atlanta, Gn.
wns buried nt Crab Orchurd, Tues
dny afternoon. The funeral was
conducted by Itev. P. L. Bruce.
The Woman's Improvement Club
.vill met Wednesday June 19th at
the Methodist church. Keports from
the Federation Convention held at
Mammoth Cavo May 27-31, will be
read by different members of the
Hub. Some new business will bo
planned. Come nnd take nn active
part in civic improvement. School
suffrage for women will be discuss
ed. If you are interested in tho
school question, come. Mrs. J. J.
The Epworth League will hnve nn
open estion next Tuesday night nnd
like a trip to Mammoth Cave wit'i
Mrf. J. J. Dickey as guide. A story
of Hie en- will be rr.ndc with p"st
tin -Jh mid a map of the cavi;. All
art interested to attend, tlune who
liii"! Keen to the cave and those wlu
expect to go. Do not fail to come.
Mrs. J. If. Harris, Pre, of Literary
Mrs. M. A. McLaughlin, 312 Jny
St.. LaCross, Wis., writes that she
suffered nil kinds of pains i'l her
back and hips on nccount of kidney
trouble and rheumatism. "I got
some of Foley Kidney Pills nnd nt
fer tiikiiiK them for n few days there
vn n wonderful chnnge in my case,
for the pnin entirely left my back
nnd hips nnd I nm thankful theie is
uch a medicine ns Foley Kidney
Pills." Shugnrs and Tanner.
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Unlet there is daily action ol tbe bow
els, poltnnous product! are absorbed,
cauiinc headache, biliousness, nausei,
dyspepsia. We wish you would ask your
doctor about correcting your constipation
by tsklnc laxative doses ol Ayer's Pills.
X4 Vt "' ' C ATM CO.. Lrll M...
There came t.) my plnce, n steer.
Owner can get same by describing,
paying for keep nnd this notice. W.
I Cordier, Stanford. Kv.
Three Teels of ructures Saturday
nisht at the opera house.
FRUIT AND SHADE TREES
Strawberry plants, Grapo Vines,
Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies,
nnd Phlox. Everything for Orchard
nnd Lawn, Garden. Free Catalogue.
ri. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons,
Out of oldest Egypt comes this
new trade-mark of ours. The
pyramid of the Pharaohs typ
ifies strength, substantiality,
permanency. The wings of the
sacred ibis signify lightness,
speed, gi ace. And "thoWingcd
Pyramid" stands for all that's
best in automobile construction. ,
Seventy-fivo thousand new Fords go into scr--vieo
this season proof of tljeir unequnlcd mer
it. Tho prico is $500 for tho roadster, if GOO for
tho fivo passenger cur, uud $700 for tho deliv.
cry ear complcto with all equipments, f. o. b.,
Detroit. See Win. E. Olovcr, Stnuford, for dem
onstration, catalogues etc.
A Feellnq of Security.
You naturully feel sure when you
know that the medicine you are
about to take is absolute!" pure nnd
contains no harmful producing jlrugs
Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp Root, the grcut Kidney, Liv
er and Bladder Remedy.
Tbe same standard of purity,
strength and excellence is maiutam
ed in every bottlo of Swamp-Root.
Swamp-Root is scientifically com
pounded from vegetable herbs.
It is not a stimulant and is taken
in teaspoonful doses.
It is not recommended for every
thing. It is nature's great helper in re
lieving and overcoming kidney, liver
mid bladder troubles.
A sworn statement of purity is
with every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's
If you need a medicine, you should
have tho best.
If you nre nlrendy convinced thnt
Swamp-Root is what you need, you
will find it on sale nt nil drug stores
in bottles of two sizes, fifty-cents
Sample Bottle Swamp-Root Free
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hamton, N. Y., for a samplo bottle,
freo by mail it will convince. You
will nlso receivo booklet of vnlunblo
information, telling nil nbout tho
kidneys. When writing bo sure nnd
mention tho Stnuford Semi-Weekly
The best menl in Lincoln county
for 3o cents. Give us a call nnd
we'll prove it. Cover's rcstnurnnt
See thoe new pictures Saturday
night at the opera house.
A good show for 10 cents at the
opera houfe Saturday night June
Notice. All persons having
claims against the estnte of Squire
K. D. Noaks nre hereby notified to
file same with the undersigned, pro
perly verified ns required by law by
Aug. 1st 1912 r they will be barred.
This June 0, 1912. All persons in
debted to the deceased will please
settle snrne. J. II. Collier Admin
T. D. NewsanG can furnish you
fresh Strawberries every dny by the
quart or crate.
Insure with the Icadinq com
panies. Fish & Bromley represent
them. All lines.
tommir to tho opera liouso June
20, 21 nnd 22, Colvvn's, Southern
Roic Buds. A stock Company of
10 people, nnd two reels of pictures
each nk'ht in ndditionnl. Watch for
program in next issue.
For Sale. Two fino upright
piano; will sell nt n sncniiee, ami
one player piano. Address B. C.
Fulton, cuto JntorioV Journal of
fice, Stanford, Ky. 40-3t.
Owing to the high price of every
thing to eat, we will be compelled to
raise our price on single meals to
35 cents, beginning nt once. Cover's
One brindle cow nnd red heifer
came to my place on Dis river nbout
March 1st. Owner can get same by
proving nnd pnying for her keep and
ndvertisine. Wnlter Wnrren 45-3.
Bargains in Shoes. As we have
decided to close out our line, of
shoes we will sell nt a bnrenin every
dav until sold out. as follows: S3
shoes at $2.75 und $1.75 shoes nt
$1.50, $1.50 shoes at $1.25, men's
tan low cuts $3.25 at $2.50, all kinds
of children's nnd misses' slippers nt
bnrgain prices. Come. We are glad
to show our line of shoes. W. M.
ThomDson. Iloldnm's Mill Kv. 43
For Rent. Three good rooms and
kitchen, downstairs, garden nnd
stnble room if wanted. Apply to
Mrs. Susnn B. Yeager. 40-tf.
BtiT or Onio Crrr er Tolzdo. I
Lccia Cocictt. ( "
ruin J. CatNtT mikta mUi that he la Knlor
partner ot tea enn oj V. i. Cbinit Co. dome
builnna In ux CII7 ol Tnlwlo. Count 7 and Buu
aiorraalii. and that uld arm will py Iht turn ot
O.NU HUNDRU) DOLLARS tor nth and trtrr
mm ot CATtaiu that ennoot tx currd bjr toe ue ot
lliUa CaTauui cvax.
FRANK J. CHENEY
Sworn to before me and itiberritml to my prewnce.
thla tin day ot December, A. P.. IIM.
1 k 1 A. W. CIEASON'.
I lL 1 Koraai Pcauc.
Italia Catarrh Cure la Ukro Internallr and acta
directly unoo the blood and mucoua aurlarea ot the
eyttem. Send tor Uellmonlala. tree.
Sold by all Prut lata. I9.
iaae uau raniiiv iiim rnr mniiipeuon.
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UNDERTAKERS AND EM
BALMER8. ALSO DEAL
ER IN FURNITURE, MAT
TINGS, RUG8. THEY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK.
GIVE THEM A CALL, PRICE
My new spring nnd summer sam
ples are now ready for your inspec
tion. They comprise the best on
the market. I can suit anyone as to
price who hnd his clothes made to
order. A suit mnde to your measure
is preferable to ready made clothes.
To have them made to measure
doesn't cost any more than ready
made when quality nnd fit is con
sidered. Come in and let me take
H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor!
See Us Before Buying
Your Spring Goods
Have nice Selection of Drag
nets. Mattings, Carpets,
Lace Curtains, etc. The
Correct Styles in Millinery.
Come and see our Stock and
t, s. mil wmt sr
Guaranteed to keep your Stock la a
healthier and better condition.
Guaranteed the BEST Egg Producer
and Disease Pretentatiie. Erery pack
age of the aboie Remedies sold on a
Personal Guarantee, backed b,
George H. Farris
CINCINNATI AND RETURN
Sunday, june leth.
aaaai a,4J 1 M aBH Round
Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m.
ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS.
cost no more than inferior grades.
They wear you better, and hold their
color and shape.
We are showing them now from
in the new colors and late designs.
Special prices on what few last year
patterns we have.
About fifty suits, sizes 35, 36 and
$4 to $8.50
in order to close them out.
Cummins fe W'earen
Home of H. S. & M. All Wool Clothes
Chance of Your Life
One day only Saturday, June 15 we are
going to offer Genuine Sterling Silver
Plated Ware at only 10c each, as long as
they last Come and take your choice
Knives, Forks, Spoons, Sugar Shells and
Butters. Do not fail to see them; if you
do, you'll be mad at yourself.
L. L. SANDERS,
Crab Orchard Kentucky.
White Shoes I
This will be a great season for
white footwear, and we are pre
pared to meet your wants with a
full line of Ladies', Misses and Chil
dren's high and low shoes.
w. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky.
Are You Prepared?
FISH & BROMLEY
Fire, Life, Sick and Accident, Burglary,
Plate Glass, Liability, Bonds, Live
Stock, Automobiles, Teams, etc.
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