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George H. Farris
J, C, McCIary
UNDIRTAKIR AND IMIALMM
Office Phone 167. Home Phone 35.
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Bed Room Suites
Odd Wash Stands
Druggets, Lace Curtains
Trunks, Se wing Machines
W. A. Tribble S
t AIR. FARMER : Mate vonr home ns modern for vour family as n nice
rcsiJei.ce. nnd nlnce vouiVelf in u uoition to cet tho latest market auotn
.tions at nnv time. Tins cun be accomplished bv means of our tcleDhono
service which vou nnd vour neighbors rnn cct for a sum that is small com
oared with the bent-fit received. Call or nddress our nearest office or
writo direct to headauurters. Nashville. Tenu.. for information reeardine
our su?einl "runnels Line" late. If vou arc not nt nrcscnt eniovini tele
nhonc service, we can immediately interest vou. Our lines cover the States
V)f Kentackv. Tennessee. Mississippi. Louisiana and tho Southern nortion
of Indiana nnd Illinois. CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEL. CO.
Charlie Whitemoon, the Cowboy
me a peculiar fitness & knowledge of the vnluo of Roots & Herbs as medicines, & I would like to 6end every
reader of this paper & any friends of yours, n copy of the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitl
ed, "The Cewboy 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 one for 1012, lithographed in five
colors, a fine likeness of myself, entitled "Ready for tho round-up".
All letters cheerfully answered, information given relative to Roots ft Herbs as medicines. Cntholia
or Trotestant, Read Yeur ilWe Erekinl 47:rJ. tcciesinstes 3u: u, id,
15. St. Paul to the Romans, 14:2.
these verses down, then read them.
mercury & other poisons can't heal
If you write
Mr. John Land has been paying
nit nvornffo of $3 for veals, 0 l-2c
fur Julv Inrabs and 7c for boss.
Mr. J. J. Moier hm retired from
farm llfo and wilt move to town. Ho
bought tlio general merchandise
store nnd conl ynnl from McCluro &
Weddle. He wilt bandlo a full lino
of goods nnd coal.
Mm. Adkhu, who died instantly
at her home nt Somerset was
brought hero Thursday on tho train
nnd wns tukcit to McContwck for
Mr. Cnslt Myers has received n
enr lend of tut cans nnd will ho
ready for canning. .
1119 Maggie Holmes Snow, pt
Sricnco Hill, is Mtitijr her cousin,
Mis Annie Snow Itoynoldu.
Mis Adelaid McAlister, of Lex
ington, ii (lie guest of Sire. B. IS.
Mi Mary Cohliron has returned
from Hereu school.
Mrs. Urwin and two children from
Somerset nro visilinir Miss Hazel
Mr. Uavo Sliuttlo 'nnd fton of Cin
cinnati, is visiting relative hero.
Mr. Willie lister, of Liberty, is
ititing Hurl Hell. N
Mrs. Itrynnt nnd ilaughlcr, of
Louisulle, nro uniting Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mih Myitlo Jones, of Hnrrods
burg. is the guest o Onetn Shew
makcr. Ilev. W. V. Wilkinson, of Lexing
ton, is viitiug relatives here.
Mi-s. J. 1'. Simmons, will leave for
n week's xtuv in Cincinnati, Sunday.
Mr. and .Mrs. Hoy MvClure, of
Somerset, bns been visiting Mr. C.
and SURETY BONDS
E. M. NEWLAHD
Whose wonderful Roof & Ilerb medicines have been making such won
derful cures for years past in Kentucky, extends greetings to the read
ers oThe interior Journal, through the courtesy & splendid rates off r
od by its editor. The namo of my great universal remedy, is
composed of 10 Roots & Herbs. It i an ideal spring & fall tonic, stom
ach, liver, kidney, bladder & blood remedy. CBffl-Cel-Sar is a body &
nerve builder of great merit & should be used both spring & fall for
putting tbo blood & general system in fine condition to meet the neces
sary changes taking place at those seasons. CoiTl-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, I will, on receipt of tbo price
of 3-1.00 seud it postage paid any plnco on earth. Cwn-Cei-Sarls pack
ed & backed by a legal guarantee that gets back your dollar if Cem-Cel-Sar
fails to do what you buy it for. Call for Cwtl-Cel-Sar, also for
Charlie White-Moan's Science Sope which is nmd0 of pure vegetable oils
for Human skin Only, 10c a bar, 3 for 125a & money back if you don't
happen to like it.
Mv years of experience as a cowboy & among tho Indians, give
Wisdom or. tsoiomon hu.m. uevcinnons -j-je: rsaim iuo:n. write
The Bible says "Physician Heal Thyself" & so, if modern doctors with
Ibemselves, what chances havg Ywi to be curedt
Yours for a long, clean, healthy & successful life.
CHARLIE WHITE-MOON, W. IrMrtway, LwljvHIe, Ky.
for information, book or calendar.address Dept. 7.
Mri. Joo Cox and two children
haVo been tlio guests of Mrs. 0. D.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Shndoan and Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Compton, went to the
ball game at Cincinnati last week.
Mrs. Joe Spears, of Kicholasville,
lins been the guest of Mr. 0. Spcnrs,
Mis Sara Itichnrdsoii, of Junction
City, has been waiting nt this plncf,
J. H. Hutchlngs Dead
Mr. J. II. HutchingH died at bis
Into homo vm West Main street nt
5:15 o'clock this morning after an
illnes lusting nbntit six weeks. Until
n short- time nso he wns on duty at
CurlcyV Distillery at Camp Nelson.
While engaged nt bis work ho fell
nnd wns pninfully injured nlthnugh
his injuries wero not considered
serious. lie wns hroueht to bis
bone in Dnnvillo whero ncuto
tirfglit'n disenso developed, result
ing in bis death. lie was about
sixty oors of nco nnd had been n
resident of Boyle county most of
his life. Tor several ears ho re
filled at Crnb Orchard in Lincoln
countj. Tor a long time be had 'been
n devoted member of the Baptist
church. Until two years jigo Mr.
Hatchings bad been a resident o
the Hcdgcvi'lc section, .rhen he-and
nis family moved to this city. He
nnd n wide circle of friends who
held hint in the highest esteem. The
funcrnl will bo held at tho family
rexidenen to-morrow afternoon at
3:'tfi o'olneV nnd will bn conducted
l.y Dr. C'ccd V. Cook, his pastor.
Deceased is sunived bv hi wife, and.
olio son, Mr. Harold Hutchings.
KICKS CHILD OFF TRACK
Enfllnttr Rum Out on Pilot and Save
Llttlt On Jutt In
Olenwood, Minn. While running his
train out ot Dent, W. A. Deerd-ler, en
gineer on frlelght No. 71, saw what
emed to bo a blue parcel lying be
tween the 'rails about twenty car
lengths ahead. But It turned out to
bo a child, who arose and sat down on
one of the rails. The emergency
brake was applied, but It was Impos
sible to stop In time. Beardsley ran
out on the pilot. Intending to pick the
Kick Saves Child,
child up. He reached tho pilot too
lot, but had to extend his root and
kick the child off the rail and dowa
The train waa stopped, the child
picked up and brought back to the ho
tel at Dent. A doctor waa summoned,
aad It wa found that the child was
Unhurt except that It had a bruise
Where the eagtoeer'a aboe had struck
iu, jy uiso cuapter aa; 4, u, v,
JWMIAL, JTANFtM. KCNTUCK1
By virtuo of Execution Number
541, Venditioni Exponas 045 dir
ected to me, which, issued from
tbo Clerk's Offico of tho Liu
coin Circuit Court, in favor of
A. B. Miracle, against Robert Rob
bins, I, or ono of my deputies, will
on Monday, tho 8th dav of Julv
'1012, between tho hours of ono o'
clock 1. M. nnd two o clock P. M.
at tho court house door in Stanford
County of Lincoin, Ky., cxposo to
publio sola to the highest bidder, tho
following twoperty (or ' so much
thereof as may satisfy tho amount
of the Plaintiff's debt, interest, and
A tract of land in Lincoln county,
Kentucky, levied on by tho sheriff
of Lincoln county on October 13t!i
1010 belonging to tbo dcfcndunl
Robert Robbing, nnd bounded thus:
On tho north by (ho lands of Mrs.
M. D. Johnson, on tho East by tho
lauds of C. Dcnham, on tho South
by tho lands of Coleman Johnson,
nnd -on tho West by tho lands of J.
II. Wilder. This levy was made sub
ject to vendor's lieu in favor of J.
II. Scarbrougb, for ($100) ono hun
dred dollars, us shown in deed book
45, pago 3. Tlso subject to a mort
gngo of (rn) fifty dlnr, with fi
per cent interest from February 24,
1010 in favor of Mrs. M. D. Johnson,
which is recorded in mortgngo book
N. page 182. This levy was made Oc
tober 18th, 101C
The amount of this execution to
satisfy A. B. Miracle, is $143.00 with
interest at 0 per cent from 10th
November, 1007 and tho cnfch expen
ded $5.70. levied upon ns the pto
pcrty of Robert Robbins,
TERMS: Sale will bo made on n
credit of (3) three months, bond
with approved security required,
bearing interest nt the rato of 0 per
cent per annum from day of sale,
nnd having the force nnd effect of
n sale bond, this 20Ui day of June
1012. W. L. Mccarty.
50-3f Sheriff Xincoln County Court
Miss Virginia Sherron, nged 10
venrs died nt her home nt Mt. He
bron after ninny months of suffer
ing. Sho had recently submitted to
nn oDeratioti but it could not avert
the inevitable. A father, mother
and brother survive.
For Snle. Two fino upright
pianos; will sell nt a sacrifice, and
ono player piano. Addtess B. C.
Fulton, coto Jntaridr Journal of
fice, Slnnford, Ky. 4C-3t.
UNDERTAKERS AND EM
BALMER8. AL80 DEAL
ER IN FURNITURE, MAT
TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK.
OIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE
E. D. Pennington,
General Farm Surveying
52-6m Phone 172, Stanford. Ky.
My new spring and summer sam
ples are uow ready for your inspec
tion. They comprise the best on
the market. I can suit anyone as to
price who had bis clothes made to
order. A suit made 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 and fit is con
sidered. Come in and let me take
H. C. Rupley, The Practical Tailor.
We are in position to do all kinds
of concreting, such as Block Work,
Pavements, and in fact, we can make
anything from a house down to a
fence post. Call and get our prices
before 'you buy your material at
PHILLIPS RR0S., Stanford, Ky.
THERE IS REAL PAINT
and also some stuff mixed with
cheapening materials that is not
worthy of the name. If you have
had experience with the latter kind
you don't want nnoiuer. lr you
haven't take our advice and don't
experiment. Buy our real paints
and save yourself disappointment
and money as welL
J. A. ALLEN. StMftrl. KV.
FBIMV. JULY I. HI 2, '
A IraiHl 0M Man Hum.
At the recent meeting of the Gen
eral Assembly of tbo Presbyterian
church a signal honor was conferred
upon lev, Joseph Hopper, tho vete
ran evangelist of Porryvillc, says
tho Hnrrodsvillo Herald. "Undo Joo"
ns ho is lovingly called, is eighty
seven jeurs old, is known fur and
wido over (ho Stato ns being usually
successful in winning souls to
Christ. Ho is a man of the ranks, a
plain unpretentious Christian, who
docs tho Master's work humbly
and earnestly. Ho went to Louis
villo to attend tho General Assem
bly ns an onlooker. At tho meeting
wero noted cvnngelists from nil over
the United States, men of learning,
who wero gifted with tho golden
tongues of oratory. They were on
the program to tell tbo Assembly
their methods of evangelistie work
nnd gave somo interesting nnd fin
ished tnlks. Rev. M. V. P. Yeamnn
introduced "Uncle Joe," the oldest
evangelist present, and suggested
tlmt be should tell tho Assembly the
methods he used iu winning people to
Christianity. Tho old man, bent with
years, bis stnff in hand mounted the
riitutu, mid in I lie iluM; Imuue
which is nil ho knows ho (old the men
ot lenrning his way of winning souls,
which wns to preach the ''simple
gospel" os he understood it. His
tnlk wns short, ns ho finished every
man in (ho nudicnce voluntarily
arose to his feet, without n sugges
tion being made, nnd stood in res
pect until "Uncle Joe" stepped down
from the platform and took bis sent.
He was the only man on whom such
a siennl honor was conferred during
The season of county fairs is np
ptonching, nnd as usual, there will
he many such exhibitions in Ken
tucky. An agricultural paper not
long ago defined the fair ns "nn ex
hibit prepared by n community for
the purpose of advertisement and
for tlio education nnd attraction of
the public," and the definition is a
good one. '
The county fair is of pre-eminent
importance to tbo farmers. Naturally
it should bo faithfully representative
of the county's agricultural pro
ducts. It it hue, however, that snch
is not always the case, and that
some fairs make a scanty showing
in thin lespect. Evidently many
furmero do not appreciate tbo fact
that a display of products is a good
advertisement for the farmer us well
ns for the county in general. The
premiums that are offered are not
alvvnyb sufficiently Iurgo to be of
great attraction in themselves, but
the farmer who raises fino stock and
neglects the fair as a means of mak
ing tho public acquainted with his
accomplishments in that line is over
looking u splendid advertising op
portunity. Tho same may bo said
with regard to tho irroducts of tho
soil. It lequires home time and trou
ble to prepare nu exhibit for the fair
but tho farmer who does so will not
have Inboicd in vain, even though
ho may not faro very well when the
blue and red ribbons are distrili'itf 1.
He, nt Ienst, has advertised his
"goods" and has advertised himself
n .( progressive citizen.
livery farmer who has the eneiW
and tho ambition to get alonz in the
vvoild should co-operate with tlioe
who nro Inboring to make a success
of his. county fair. It will pay him
to do &o, for advertising pays iii
forming as iu other things. A fair
is not alone of value to the immedi
ate locality where it is held. It
helps .business, of course, nt tliio
county seat or the place of its lo
ci'tion, but it nlo helps the whMe
county, nnd tho influence of a first
doss fair, extends even beyond
county boundaries. For that reason
the fair should bo representative, ti
tne end that 'he best results mat be
lutnined from its advertising value.
Mr. Rusell Brown is delightfully
entertaining a number of his friends
tit n house party this week at bis
beautiful home on lower Main. Thoi-e
present are: Miss Ada Weslev nnd
Artie OSmith. of Liberty, Misses
Kiln Henry and Ilnllic Brown, of
Lnnraster, Mr. Clarence Lewis, of
Cnllnwny, Ky.. Mr. How art! Holtx-
clnvv and Pearl Fields of this etty.
Local Leghorns Lavlnn Well
Poultry fanciera here are watch
ing with interest the work of A. C.
AlfordV Leghoins in the egg Iny.
ing contest near Frankfort. They
are still in second pluco nnd keeping
above tho nverngo every week. Mr.
Alf'ord expects some fine laying
fiom now on, nnd belioves 'that be
has a good chance to win the hand
some tiophy offered. The Buff
Orpingtons of Mrs. S. J. Embry
started off splendidly, but as theie
are a sitting brood, have not main
tained tho good egg record that they
begun. Mrs. Embry regrets very
much that she was unablo to enter
n pen of her English Salmon Fnver
olles iu this contest, nnd plans to
enter this strain in the winter con
test. T can make your old straw hats
look like new. Also clean and press
vour clothes nicely. Give me a trial.
Harry Broaddus, next door to Trib-
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(J. J. Purrsley.)
Pursley Indian Herbs, A 45-Days Treatamt.
Only costs you $1.00 . For rhe nmntism, Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and
Female diseases, is a wonder, and has proven so, people right here tes
tify to this.
Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Linament
has made bis namo famous over se vcral states. Stops pain and takes
out soreness, immediately. Has enr ed hundreds ot casos of deafness.
Price 25 cents per bottle.
Creme Soap for the Scalp and Skin
10 cents, 3 enkes 23 cents, nuf sed. All thco remedies on salo at Shu
gars and Tanner's Drug store, or sent prepaid on receipt of regular
prico it addressed to
J. J. Pursley, Lancaster, Ky., Home Office.-
xrZ2mkfc iiBTi' il2Jub
JbbHISIbb IBku? wl
HBHBsBBr 2& - AJVAbbMBbw 1 r
rutftrr i s.w i u lir-ie .cu rm. I
Please try this jar.
It will meet your approval.
Extra witle mouth and sanitary.
Ifjour grocer has none in stock, insist on his getting them for you.
Also, ask for Sanicap Top for your old-style Mason jars.
They are cleaner and more sanitary.
Your Grocer Can Get These Jars
HONESTLY It's tk Best Polity
if written by
FISH & BROMLEY
The Insurance Specialists
Because They Pay JlOOc on the Dollar
Perfection Headache Cure
tThe best preparation for headaeh
is made bv your Druwlst
Just a little bitter -nan any sthir.
Honestly we do not know how H
could.be improved, at any price, and
we have had ten years' exoorieMt
with it. too.
A GENEROUS lOXllc.
If vou have a severe cough you had
better see vour family physician
That's the safest thlrra to do In all
cases but for any ordinary couoh
our Syrup White Pine Tar Is the
best thins, you can net. We have It
In 25 cent and 50 cent bottles, and
it Is guaranteed.
We are sellinq lots of wr CM Tab
lets these days. We warafltoe tkea
Money back if net SatkfM.
PENNY'S, The Rcxall Store.
-The First Man WL
Ever Sold INDIAN
Remedies in Ky.
Hb man or his remedies arc betle
known in LiflCftffl and adjoin tog
counties than Dakota Jack. His lif
of years' experience ns a cow boj;
on tho north western plains, and life
nmong tho Indians, when COW fctyf
wero nnd had to bo men of OSfcTlffy
gnvn him truo experience of RMlf
and Herbs when this was tha-oaly.
remedy life depended on.
Thro' Curry, Brown & Snyder, Lex.
to cure a cold In one mM. mr
antee Is a personal warantat.
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