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THE INTERIOR JWMIAL tTAHftW, KENTUCKY FRIIAY, JULY II, 1112,
The Interior Jouhul.
BHELTON M. BAUFLET-
1 A TEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
Knitted it ft petielftt
M ecrene' ! mafl nMllr,
For Vice President
TIIOS. R. MARSHALL
' Pelltlcal Announcements
Th. annoaBcemtnu 10 tbi column are 01
candidate! for efflee, tnbject to th action
of th demotutle primary I
For Conor til
). A. SULLIVAN, of Midi ion
HARVEY HELHi of Lincoln
, Tor CcmmtnvialtK't itfornry
KMMETT rtJRYEAR, of Bojle
W. 8. DUnCH, of Lincoln
, 1'cr Xtprtintatiti
II. B. DACOHMAN
B, W. GIVEN!)
J. 0. WEATHERFORD.
T. J. HILL
Tor County Jutf
1. A. RICE
II. F. NORTH
' ' Tor CTrcvd Cirri
3. P. WEAKEN
3. F. IIOLDAM
W. 1L DUNCAN .
t , Tor JMir
WILLIAM H. HESTER
W. A. CARBON
V. L. BECK.
B. M. OWENS
H H. BRONAUOrf
P. C. BANDIDOB
. "v J. H. BOONE
,;. W. T. GARNER
7 Blanjerd Mtpiittrial Hrtritt'.
3. T. ROBERTS
J. D. XADS
JOSEPH L. GOODS
Bubjtet to Rtpubltta primary to Craft
CrcAard ilaeiiUritl iittritU
W. R. DILUON
The Interior Journal is printing as
advertising this issue, paid for by
Judge Snllivnn, an article from the
Danville Advocate stating that Sul
livan will carry Mercer county by
600 majority. "We just want to
state that we do not believe for a
minute that such a statement is true.
iWe are as confident that Harvey
Helm .will carry Mercer county as we
are that he will carry Lincoln. We
a?e fair enough 1o print Judge Sul
livan's advetisjng, if he wants it
something' the Richmond papers will
not do for Helm but we want it
distinctly understood that we do not
for a minute guarantee the truth of J
any advertising carried in our col
umns. No advertiser, who ever has
printed what is not true, profits
much by such deception. It usually
doesn't take the people long to catch
on to what is right.
Enoch Grehan says in the Lex
ington Herald that it may not be
out of place to remind the weather
bureau that when the farmers were
begging for enough heat to make the
crops grow they did not mean to
People aro all about done tbeir
corn at this writing and are having
lots of rain and crops look fine.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Elder, wf
Qunil, visited Mr. and Mr?. Bryant
Drown Saturday and Sunday.
Catherine Hensley has gone back
to Mr. Catron's to stay ngain.
Ida Thompson and children have
been visiting her Bister near Quail.
Ben Moblcy, of Bcren, is staying
with M. A. Wren and working at bis
Mr. George Brown and family have
been visiting his soli nt Buckeye,
who is very low with typhoid fever.
Mr. Dec Wilson, of Crab Orchard,
was in this place Saturday evening
and attended the singing here Sat
urday night, which was conducted
by Mr. Richard Elder.
Mrs. It. A. Smith still remains
Rev. J. G, Livingston will preach
nt Mt. Zion again the fourth Sunday
and also Sunday r.ighi. Rev. John
Elder will preach nt Mt. Zion the
first Sunday in August.
Rev. Ham McAlister will preach
at Mt. Zion the 2nd Sunday in Aug.
Rev. A. A. Wren will preach at
Mt. Zion the third Sunday in Aug.
The singing is to be conducted by
Richard Elder on that Sunday.
Remember all these appointments,
we hopo to sec a large crowd on
Rev. McAlister preached at Mt.
Zion last Sunday, also Rev. Elder
was present and made a nice talk.
The Sunday school will be at 2
a'clock next Sunday.
Pies Brown has gone to Indiana.-
Theodore Rogers still remains un
able to work.
Mrs. Lena Noakec, of Broughton
town, was the guest of her father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant
Miss Minnie Chappell and Miss
Minnie Naylor, of Bronghtontown,
were the 'guests of their friend Ida
Rev. Brock preached to n large
crowd at Mr. Tom Henderson's Sun
day. Sarah Scott is visiting relatives at
Crab Orchard this week.
Edd Gooch postponed his school
Mr. Tom Henderson was the guest
of Mr. Tom Pearce Sunday.
The death angel visited the homo
of John Rogers last Tuesday night
July 10th and called for its victim,
little Elsie Hensley Hhe two-year-old
babe of Catherine Hensley and
took her home to a brighter world.
She was a brightand beautiful babe,
but God saw. cause to take her, and
He took her to be his own. She was
laid to rest in the old Bethel Grave
yard Thursday A. M. to await the
The people were all so kind to her
during her sickness and death. They
would visit her and wait upon her
day and night. The friends- took
largo bunches of flowers to decor
ate her little grave, where it was laid
Dearest Elsie how we miss you, how
we miss you in out home, but we
did all we could to save you, but you
had to go, but God knew best, he
vnnted another jewel to deck his
crown, so he called .dear Elsie away.
Weep not dear ones, for yonr loss is
her gain, for she is a happy angel
todav while you are sad and lonely
A plnee in vncant in our home
Which no ono else can fill.
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Ohio Ensilage Cutter used one sea
son; for sale. W. H. Illggins. 65-'4,
Rhode Island Red hens for sale
chenp. Mrs. W. J. Edminston, Crab
REX coal makes WARM friends.
Denlinra's yards aie exclusive
Ask for votes on the piano nt Rob
Insure with the tadiM com
panies. Fish & tfofrrlev represent
them. All lines.
Bran of Ono crrr er Toudo. i ..
LBCA COBKTT. ( "
rx J. catxtT matee nth that he amice
partner ol tb era of T. ). Cntxrr Co., dome
trailer In tht City of Toledo. Oountr ud rut
aromnid. and tht turn arm will per tb nun of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for nth U)J trtty
cm oi utiiu um caaooi p cwra vj u hm m
Hiui aruu iTu.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn tn before m and ubrrlbed In m mfatftM.
Um lib dtr ol Dtotmbtr, A. D., its.
I A, W. OLEASOX.
I NOTUT muc,
Hill Ctlinh (tor ! tikfn tAftmitl and rtn
filmtir upon tb blood and muroia rurtaM of tb
imtn, Bend tor ttttimonim. rrrc
F. J. CHENEY CO.. TOWOO, O.
Sold tr all Dranvta. tw.
Tait uau-a ramiiT puia (or romtlpaUoo.
Good music, good pictures nt
the opera house Friday and Satur
For Rent. A nice new six room
cottage with bath. Apply to Mrs.
To the County Supervisors. No
tice is hereby given that July 27th
is the last day for filing county road
claims. G. B. Cooper, Clerk. 56- td.
Notice. 5 per cent, penalty ad
ded to school tax July 29th. L. R.
Rev. Homer Carpenter, of Shelby
ville. will preach at the Hustonville
Christian church Sunday morning at
nine o'clock. Rev. W. S. Willis pas
tor nt Hustonville will occupy Rev.
Carpenter's pulpit Sunday.
I will make cheap pictures nt.the
Cordier studio, nt Rowland for a
short time. A half dozen for fifty
cents. All kindslof in and out doors
photos. Call and see samples. W.
Don't fail to attend the show nt
opera house Friday and Saturday
A dark red steer, weighing about
700 pounds, left my place this week.
Finder will please notify Fox Dud-derar.
Services at the Presbyterian
church Sunday July 21, Bible school
at 9:30. The Communion service nt
11 o'clock. The Brotherhood will
meet nt 4 P. M. Young Peoples'
meeting at 7 P. M. Preparatory
service on Saturday July 20, at 4:30
P. M. Subject "The Church's Cre
rnnvpv the idea ihnt thpv wnnted it
hot enough to cook the roasting ears A precious one from us has gone
on the ctalk. ' A vniin m loved is still.
'A 'voice we loved is still,
l( FerVaidaifk Mapper, at fof any other sbmI tvt aajr 1
cW tioM, iIm TMyktott tbfcg is Hot the btetl
i an do- -iea
tratM H Mt
koi whoa yoa wutk
mi wfcarayaa wait k h boa quick mbm.
ad MMr tfaaa caal. caoaoar Ai
hat at aaraaa taiaae S aaaa cr aajaaf ana.
UaaaatavaM las l
tmwtht Km Aataaaa. Qm aavaiaahaai. AIm aa4 J
CiMrMlce. to keep jm Stock io i
IrMltfcrir Md kttter cttitfN.
CMnitHt1 the KST En Pratwir
Mi Mmim rtmttatfH. Eftnr in.
wM 91 ir9 Hvfv HMNWS fWI N 8
PtTMMl StlfMtH, fcC.ra bf
Mies Elizabeth Adnms, of Mt.
Vernon, Is the guest of Miss LaVima
Mr. Charles Powell and family
have moved from Cincinnati to Shel
Miss Elizabeth Adnms, of Mt.
Vernon; Mrs. B. D. VcGrnw and
Mis LnVinin JIcGrnw left Wednes
day to attend a house party given nt
the residence of Miss Puttie Belle
Bnrkc in Bryantsrille.
Miss Mny Blackcrby has return
ed from a visit to relatives in La
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sweeney and
Miss Lucy Hankla visited Judge and
Mrs. W. M. Meyers and Dr. and Mm,
W. W. Phillips in Hustonville Mon-
Miss Gertrude Richardson has re
turned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Richardson in Morclnnd.
Mis Elsie Alstolt and Miss Snrn
UirlinriUnn Iffi X'"""Vy fr Perry -
nllc to visit xMr. and Mrs. Claude
Miss Loula May Hays, of Mit-
ohcllsbtrrg, is visiting Miss Luck
Mr. G. A. Dunn, R. R. carrier
from this postoffici, is taking an
annual vacation. Mr. S.imuel W.
Burke is working in hi place.
Lee TliotnASt infant son of Mr
and .Mr. William McGirr, died Tues
day afternoon. His age was twentj
Mcsdnmes Samuel W. Burke and
G. A. Dunn arc confined to their
respective residence by illness.
Mt. and Mrs. L. T. Rankin are
visiting bis parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T). II. Rankin, in Jamestown, Tcnn.
Jlie body of Harrison Hogue,
who was drowned in the White
River nenr Columbus, Ind., was laid
to rest in the grnveyard near Clem's
Chapel, after a funeral sermon by
Rev. W. Bruce McDonald, Wednes
The telephone line built several
jears ngo to connect with the line
from Gravel Switch to the North
Rolling Fork, has evidently served
it" purpose, as the poles in this city
have been sawed dawn.
Miss Fidelia Tharp has returned
from a business trip to Danville.
Mr. Robert Tharpe, of Bradfords
ville, was the guest of friends here
Snndny afternoon, having come up
William Johnson sold to J. F. Case
his farm on White Oak, about 1 1-2
miles from this city, consisting of
sixty acres for $1,000.
Mr. Roy Curtis, of Moreland. was
in this city Tuesday on business.
nenry Bourne sold to Willim John
son his farm of sixty three acres,
lying between this city and Parks
ville, for 'rl,500. Possession to be
given January 1, 3912.
Mr. 11. E. Roberts was in Dan
ville Wednesday, the guest of his
daughter, Mrs. S. M. Spoonamore,
His little granddaughter Miss Bar-
bara Spoonamore came back with
Miss Susie Roberts is the guest
of her sister Mrs. Spoonamore in
Mr. Lockwood, driving Prowte
Biplane, will make two flights
each day during the three days of
Driving his 60ft. passenger car
rying machine a distance of 20
miles each flight, always in sight.
Something worth coming to see.
Headland's Hippodrome and
Wild West Show, another great
The best fair ever held in this
county. Remember the dates.
August 14, 15 and 16.
Housework Drudgery t
Houaework it drudgery (or ibe weak womi, Sbc hniahca, duiti tad $eraht,or
It go btr feet all day attending to the many dctaila oi the bouachold, her back aeb
ia, her t capita throbbiaj, ocrvtt quirtrini under lot itreaa ol pain,pottihlr dixi
fccliafi. Somttimtarnt in bed it ool rcfrrthiaf, becauaa tb poor tir.d nenrrt do
not permit of rcfrrthioj alerp. The real need ol weak, nervout women It tatiafied
by Dr. Pierce't Favorite Prrtcription, and aa Mrt. Bria and othen tcetifr t
It Maks Wak Womcii Struts wttJ Sick Woman WK.
Mtala Imtlmmmmtlmm t- ulcrrtlom. rrrjtai7iea tht jtrra.
Dr. Pierce it perfectly willinf to let every one know what
bit "Favorite Preacripf ion " containa, complete liat of in
redicnta oa tbe bottle-wrapper. Do not let any druUt
perauade you that hia unknown compoaition it "Jmit t f4"
in order that be may make bitter profit.
Miw. Hkazim. IlRiooof ct N Washington St. Delpho
Ohio, wrltos: "Havlna ukrn your Favorite l'mvrliition,
for a bad rate of Intratlnal dfteaM and ronttlpatlnn with
womao'a , for which I waa almoat unable to do any
thing. I think 1 am iafo In ravin? that Ihi m ant no n-mnilpa
in iiih orll like Dr. Hrro'a Kavorlm
In ri. flin IMmt ItT
health, and thank Dr. llcrro'for hit wonderful modiclors
iurlfyliig Lotion Tablet.' I ,am now enjoying tho cl i
which have dorm me a world of rol."
Dr. Picroc't Pleaatot Pcilcta regulate liver mma bewelt.
The Peevish Child
Needs a Laxative
H. B. NorfhcoH
HiSak, Le. Feath
ers, Giseif , etc.
George L. Higbie, Manton, Mich.,
nsed Foley Kidney Pills for Kidney
and bladder trouble. He says: 'h
find for my case no other medicine
equals Folev Kidney Pills for bene
ficial effect." They are safe nmi
reliable medicine for kidney trouble
and rheumatism. Contains no harm
ful drugs. For Sale by Shugars and
His Landlady's Affvltp
Probably Saved His Life
I feel that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Hoot saved my life. I inherited
weak kidneys. The discharge was
so frequent and pakiful that I would
have to stay in bed to obtain tem
porary relief. I consulted Rood phy
sicians but the results were disap
pointing. My landlady advised me
to try Swamp-Root as the last re
sort, which I did and I was quickly
I continued taking Swamp-Root
and my weight has increased fifty
pounds. My health is of the best
and I have told many others about
Dr. Kilmers's Swamp-Root and have
done a lot of good in this way. Your
wonderful medicine is of great value
Yours very truly,
J. H. BRDXBY.
835 Main St. Pawtucket. R. I.
The above statement made before
me I declare to be truthful in every
detail. Thomas Marsden,
It It natural for a child to laugh and
piay ana wnen it tulka drowally or
cri.a you may aepena on It aomcthlng
phyelcal la the matter. If you ee no
evidence, of a aerloue allmtnt you will
not be wrong If you quietly clvo It a
doae of mild laxative that evening on
putting It to bed.
The remedy moat generally recom
mended for thla purpoae la Dr. Cald
well'a Syrup Pcpaln. which mothcra
throughout the country hae been giving
their children for a quarter of a cen
tury. Today thouaanda or famlUea are
ualng It where, hundreda uaed It then,
and tb.ra mutt be good reaton for thla
word of mouth recommendation.
It It admittedly the Perfect laxative
for children, women, old people and all
othera who need a gentle bowel allmu
lant and not a violent aalt, cathartic
Sill or doctored water. Dr. Caldwell'a
yrup repeln will act gently, and when
taken before rttlrlng will bring com
plete eatltfactlon In the morning.
After a ahort uae of thla remedy all
forma of outald. aid can be dlapcnaed
with and nature will again act alone.
All claaaet of good American people
keep It In the home for Ilia of the
atomach. liver and bowela, and among
the thouaanda who have written the
doctor that they will never be without
It are Mra. J. W llaynea. Brady, Ky., and
Mra. E. U Weeka, 1744 W. Jnd fit.
Owenabcro, Ky. A do, of It haa laved
many a perton from a aerloue lllnett.
Anvone wlahlnr to maVa a trial nt thla
remedy before buying It in the regular
r oi a uruggiat at nrty centa or ons
large bottle (family alxel can
aample bottle aent to the home
free of charge by almt!r addreaalng Dr.
tut waanington hi..
W. II. Caldwell, 404 Wattling ton
Moniiceuo. in. Tour name am
o a poaiai cara will ao.
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Dr. KHmer & Cs..
liT9r18rm Bnf Pl Ti
rreve What Swami-Rft Will Da
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hamton, N. Y., for sample bottle. It
will convince anyone. You will also
receive a booklet of valuable infor
mation, telling all about tbe kidneys
and bladder. When writing, be sure
to mention the Stanford Inferior
The First Man Who
Ever Sold INDIAN
Remedies in Ky.
No man or his remedies are better
known in Llncelri and adjoining
counties than Daketa Jack. His life
of years' experience as" a cow boy
on the north western plains, and life
among the Indians, when CBW boys
were and had to be men of C0Urae,
gave him true experience of Roots
and Herbs when this was the onlv
DAKOTA JACK. remedy life depended on.
(J. J. Purrsley.)
Pursley Indian Herbs, A 45-Days Treats.
Only costs you $1.00 . For rhe umutisro, 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 his name famous over se veral states. Stops pain and takes .
out soreness, immediately. Has cur ed hundreds of cases of deafness.
Price 25 cents per battle.
Creme Soap for the Scalp and Skin
10 cents, 3 cakes 25 cents, nuf sed. All these remedies on sale at Bhu
gurs and Tanner's Drug store, or sent prepaid on receipt of regular
price if addressed to
J. J. Pursley, Lancaster, Ky., Home Office
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