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Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy
v r.nn ' knnwlodiro of the value of Roots & Herbs as medicines, & I would like to send every
me a peculiar fllncssnnkvnof J "J ' o the t book o ,ls klnd crer published, entitl-
Td.0rnwhnvPHertallsyt'' It is filed with startling facts obtainablo no place else, & costs you nothing
? AyJS'i.;! ! f no ca endar. say so ft I will mail you ono for 1912, litt.ographed in five
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n,MZucrtZnnMomk&on given relative to Roots ft Herbs as medicines. Catholic
t, fl, Read Your BlbirEzekial 47:12. Ecclesiastcs 30: 14, 15, 1C, 17 also Chapter 38; 4, 0,0,
Vr ill l't? the Romans 1472 Wisdom of Solomon 7:17.20. Revelations 22:2 Psalm 103:14. Write
ZJSESfc The Biblesays "Physician Heal ThdT , if modern doctors w1h
& other poisons can't beat wenwemw, u -., , " ,.C
Tf vnn write for
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"Women and Children First;'
Says Major Archibald Butt.
GAINES' Life Policy Answers
as a Life Boat.
Don't go down and leave your
lovea ones not protected. "" '
" "HAS NO EQUAL"
: As a perfect feed for horses, mules, colts, jacks, dairy cows, calves, sheep and
lanbs, hogs and pigs, as an egg producer it is
A PERFECT FEED.
a ADM Made from Rolled Oats, Cracked Com, Alfalfa, Hay,
f.l-VVll Brewer's Grain and Pure Cane Molasses.
Alcorn i$ heavier in com than Oatequal, and is the working horse's friend.
A Feed That Is All Feed.
Oatequal and Alcorn are
THE OATEQUAL CO., Columbus, Ohio.
Whoe wonderful Itoot & Herb medicines liavo been making such won
derful cures UH years past In Kentucky, extends greetings to tho rend
ers ofThe Inferior Journal, through tho courtesy & splendid rates offjr
ed by its' editor. Tho namo of my great universal remedy, is
composed of 1G Hoots & Herbs. It i an ideal spring & fall tonic, stom
nch, liver, kidney, bladder & blood remedy. Com-Cel-Sar is a body &
ncrvo builder of great merit & should be used both spring & fall for
putting the blood & general system in fine condition to meet tho neces
sary chnnges taking place at those seasons. Com-Cel'Sar is sold at all
drug stores, tho some times, you find a druggist who for some reason
will not handle my remedies. In that case, J will, on receipt of tho price
of $1.00 send it postage paid any plnoo on earth. Com-Ctl-Sar is pack
ed & backed by a legal guarantee that gets back your dollar if Com-Cel-Sar
fails to do what you buy it for. Call for Com-Cel-Sar, also for
Charlie White-Moon's Science Sope which is mad0 of puns vegetable oils
. unmn .v;n flnlv, I Oo a bar, 3 for 25c & money back if you don't
happen to like it.
Jiy years of experience
,, for'.,la rtund-UP".
xours lor a long, cieun. i , """ .......
CHARLIE WHITE-MOON, W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky.
information, book or calcndar,address Dept. 7.
Ed. C. Gaines,
The Insurance Man.
cheaper to feed than oats and cost little by the bag
J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO., Stanford, Ky.
ns a cowboy & among tho Indians, give
I" ". " .m i:r.
JOURNAL. STANFORD KENTUCKY FRIDAY. JUNE 14. 1112
A few registered Tamwortli pip
for snlo a( real bargain prices. Send
for description circular. V. A. Cof
fey & Son, MrKinncy, Ky. 4S-4p.
At Ilopkinsville, Inst week, at the
mectiiiR of tlic Planters' Protective
Association, reports were made Hint
mueli tobacco was beini: dainnjred by
n small worm enllotl the ''Hcrcw
worm". It was stated nlso llint
nbout 75 per cent of the tobacco
crop bns been planted and smnll
plants were not doinjr well.
Wnrren county utrnw berry grow
ers one nialit hint week, shipped l!'J
cum or berries, lleforo tlio earn
were loaded tho Mteet were blocked
nt Howling Green with the wnpoiw
orryini; the luoinim fruit. One
line of wnpons wn nvw n miln lcuitr.
The growers nre jicttinff good price
for their fruit mid ho far have sold
$09,000 worth. Tho crop will re
turn, when finished, more than
With tho enpitnl stock fixed nt
.t5t,ti00. article incorporating the
Lund Tobacco Kcdryinjr and Stor-
nj;e inrapnnv were men in tne oi
fire of the Knyetto County Clerk.
Saturday. Tho incorporator nre
MesT. V. V, Land. Ij. M. IjiumI and
Y. Alexander, nil of Lexington.
Pive hundred million gout skins
Iine been imported into the United
States during the lnt decade, nnd
the money sent out of the country
in payments there for amounts to
2.10 million dolnrs.
Hobert C. Oatewood, of Mont
gomery county, sold 31!) head of ex
port cattle to M. K. Qrcenwnld, of
Chicago. They will average nbout
IftSfl pounds mid brought a price
right around eight cent". It is con
frideti'd by mnnv as the very bet
bunch of cattle in Montgomery coun
ty. The James Scobee farm near the
L. & K Junction, in Clark county,
containing '290 acres, was sold the
past week by Mrs. Hettie Knox to
Me-.MiN. George Prewht. I. II. Cock
rell and George Hon, of Clnrk coun
ty, nt $83 per acre.
The Elmendorf Coal and Feed Co.
of which James IS. llaggiu is the
principal stockholder, took out a
permit nt Lexington for n 7-storv
grain elevator in the north end of
that city, to be constructed of rein
forced concrete and to cost approx
The famous C'nldwell-McAnnallv
hot cne in the Itojle Circuit Court
is nlmost equal to the famous Mad
ison countv calf cae. The hog ca-e
was tried four time. The value of
the wine was $5. The court costs
in the case were $210, besides lnrgt
sums paid for attorneys' fees on
M. F. Lawrence, who was xusitintr
bis friend Will Daws, a prominent
f aimer of Gurrnid last week, re
ports 'to the I. J., that Mr. Davis
has quite a curio-ity nt his place in
the shape of three legged chicken.
The, fowl is about three weeks vld
nndseeins to thrive ns well as its
inn mill hi others anil sNters. The
thiid leg is crowing out where the
tail is usually found. The extra
limb does not eem to be of nnv par
ticular ue. Mr. Davis will endeav
or to raie the freak to full fowi-
Biq Prices For Cattle.
Ten cars of cattle shipped fioin
McCredie to St. Louis Monday Mild
on Tuesday's market nt record-
A. Remedy No Family
Should Do Without
No matter iav healthy a human
bclnc may be it la sate to mty that
not many months ale i-at.eJ wllhuut
tome obstruction of tho bowels. In other
words, constipation, oen If only tern
porary. The bloatliur. the dull feellnc
may start after the etenlng meal. If a
laxallte la not taken that nlKht It la
certain that sleep will not be sound,
and sou will awaken unrefreshtd.
Hence, It la Important for ou and for
all the members of our family that a
Kood. reliable laxative be always kept
In the house for Just such emergency.
It Is sure to be needed, and when needed
you want It at hand. No family that In
careful of its health can do without such
a remedy. Hut the question of which
remedy to have on hand Is also of ast
The laxative most hlehly recom
mended by the majority of Intelligent
Americans as belntr best for babies and
grownups la Or. Caldwell's Syrup rep-.
Tho I. J. can get j'ou tho Louis
ville Times, daily, fiom now t6 Nov
ember 30 for $1.25 cash in advance.
THERE IS REAL PAINT
and also some stuff mixed with
cheapening materials that is not
worthy of the name. If you have
bad experience with the latter kind
you don't want another. If you
haven't take our advice and don't
experiment. Buy our real paints
and save yourself disappointment
and money as well
J. A. ALLER. Stanfri. Ky.
4bi m- aj
it, above all other tk'wft, the
ready for sickly, watted chit
drea. It newithet and kaildt
then ap when ordiaary food
btoktttly failt. " Be $ure to
get SCOTT'S. AIIDreeifc
Rcoll ft nownt, lllnomfltM N J U-ll
breaking prices. Ninety-four liend
consigned by T. P. Harrison weighed
an aMTiigc of l.JWS pounds and
sold tor $8.9.", the highest price cut
paid in St. Louis for that number of
cattle, r.ightv-cight head owned by
R. N. Craig weighed 1,220 pounds
and sop for $8.10, with two out at
n slight reduction. Claude Perry
shipped elcen head that ncrngel
1.210 pounds and brought $8.05
while Harris Wallace sent hcumi
iii!inK rtrers that r.vcragcd 800
pounds. Six of the Wallace steers
sold at $7.70 and ono at $0.2o.-
Feeders Have Made Money
Despite poor quality of com, high
cost of all kinds of feed and scarcity
of roughed cattle, feeders have made
very satisfactory profits since tho
rise began in February. Thousands
of steers put in last fall n round or
under 5 cents have returned to mar
ket to claim 8 cents or hotter. In
stances nro related where profits
hae been astounding nnd the cheap
er cattle were bought the greater
has been the financial gain. Illinois
feeders liavc pursued a lucrative
trade in finishing bullocks bought nt
Knnsas City. Thoe who had suffi
cient feed nnd confidence in the fu
ture to pay $0,7.r)fn!7 along in Feb
ruary for Knnsas cattle linxe been
selling them in Clticngo recently
The situation indicates tliat when
corn is high nnd fodder senrce fleshy
cattle may be bought nt Missouri
Itiver markets even in competition
with killers, for a finish and ship
ment to Chicago later on. January
and February liquidation under such
conditions menus n high market for
fini-hed cattle in April and May.
Although most' feeders ngrec that
a bushel nnd a peck of tins year's
corn was needed to put on ns much
gain ns a bushel last. year, wherever
comfoit wns provided cattle did well
The number of Illinois feeders wrho
report using nlfnlfn in their ration
this uar is lnrge. In a majority of
enter where cattle have come to
market with n finish some nilro
aenons concentrate was ued. Feed
ers have emerged from the corn
hauling period nnd mot of the sin1
restful ones now use n balanced m
tion. Hieeders Gazette.
I want to funii-h some tobacco
grower 10,000 tobacco sticks. John
Hooker, It. F. D. No. .1. Uox HG IS-lp
There will be a meeting of the
Fiu huts' I'nion at th" court liou-e
on Sntuiday June loth at II o'clock
Mr. Tobacco Gr'wer. Get that
Tobacco Hail insurance now, before
the Hail comes. It cots no more.
It. M. Ncwlnnd, Agent. 47-tf.
Wanted sheen or cattle to pasture,
good fence, plenty of water, 1 1-2
miles west of Kind's Mountain. Tele
phone King's Mountain. Kin? 1 or
write Wavnesbun' It. I) 4. V. Al'pn.
pin. It Is a liquid laxative-tonic, mild,
and ner tripes, la effective on lobust
people and can be elven with safety to
an Inrant. Children like It because of
these sentle qualities and because It Is
pleasant to tha taste,
It Is the best all-around remedy you
can hate In the house for any disorder
of tho stomach, liver and bowels, and
many people like II, II. Morgan, Price,
Tenn., and Mrs. II, C. Daldon, Wart
race. Tenn., say they would as soon be
without the necessities as without Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup I'epsln.
Anyone wishing to mako a trial of this
remedy before buylnic It In the regular
way of a druggist at fifty cents or one
dollar a large bottle (family slxe) can
have a sample bottle sent to the home
free of charge by simply addressing Dr.
V. B. Caldwell, 40 Washington 8t,
Montlcello, III. four name and addreas
on a postal card will do.
Single meals are now 35 cents at
Ootcr's rcstauraut but wo fed so
well, you'll find tliey'ie worth every
cent of it. -15-4.
H. B. Northcott
Live and Dressed Poultry,
Eggs, Ice, Coal, Wool, Furs
Hides, Salt, Lime, Feath
ers, Ginseng, etc. vh$c
Perfection Headache Cure
The best preparation for headache
Is made by your Dru.qi.l3t
Just a little better 'ban any other.
Honestly we do not know how It
could be Improved, at any price, and
we have had ten years' experience
with It. too.
A GENEROUS BOX 10c.
If vou have a severe cough you had
belter see your family physician
That's the safest thlna to do In all
cases but for any ordinary couqh
our Syrup White Pine Tar Is the
best thlnq you can qet. We have It
In 25 cent and 50 cent bottles, and
It Is guaranteed.
We are sellinq lots of o)ir Cold Tab
lets these days. We utraranlee iheiii
to cure a cold In one night. Our guar
antee is a personal auarantee.
Money back If not Satisfied.
PENNY'S, The Rexall Store.
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1 Car of Adrian Wire
Fence Just Received
We have several second
hand Buggies for sale
E. T. Pence
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Do You Want a Silo?
PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky.
Horse and Mule Feed
Alcorn and Oatequal, a well balanced
feed, made of corn, oats, barley,
ground alfalfa and molasses, 100
pounds to the sack makes 5 meas
Alcorn $1.90 per 100 pounds Oat
equal $220 per 100 pounds. You
feed no other grain with this feed,
and three quarts to one gallon
make a good feed Order a sack
J. H. Baughman & Co.
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This cut shows you what
we are now prepared
We have one of the fa
mous Polk Machines with
which to build Silos like
this, and if YOU are
thinking of building a
Silo, call on or write us
before you do anything,
and we'll interest you.
We have already contract
ed for six and cannot
build but a limited num
ber, so you had better
not delay, but get in next
We have the territory of
Lincoln and Gaft'aru
counties. Telephone 136