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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. ITANFORi, KENTUCKY gWIOAV. AUgUXT t, 1912
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For 30 days we
Bed Rtoin Stiles at
Factory Prices Plus the
Freight firiH Lemsville.
Come to see us.
The First Man Who
Ever Sold INDIAN
Remedies in Ky.
No man or his remedies arc better
known in Lincoln and adjoining
counties than Dakota Jack. Ilia life
of years' experience na a row boy
on tlio north western plains, nnd life
among tlio Indians, when cow uoys
were nnd hnd to bo men of courage,
pnvo him tmc experience of Roots
2nd Herbs when this wn3 the only
DAKOTA JACK. lemedv life depended on.
(J. J. I'urrslcy.)
Pursley Indian Herbs, A ,45-Days Treatment
Only costs you 51.00 . For the umatism, Wood, Liver, Kidneys, and
Keinnlo diseases, is n wonder, and has proven so, people right here tes
tify to tbix.
Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Linament
has made hU name famous over so veral states. Stops pain and tnkes
out horrness, immediately. Has cur cd hundreds of cases of deafness.
Price 25 cents per bottle.
Creme Soap for the Scalp and Skin
10 cents, 3 cakes 25 cents, nuf scd. All these remedies on sale at Shu
pars nnd Tanner's Drug store, or sent prepaid on receipt of regulnr
prico if nddrcsscd to
J. J. Pursley, Lancaster, Ky., Home Office
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Do It Now !
You expect to carry insurance some day.
Do Not Wait
until you have a fire, or an accident.
Delays are dangerous. See the insurance specialists'
FISH & BROMLEY
' Stanford, Ky.
fire, life, accieent, burglary, automnbile, liability, etc
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Please try this jar. '
It will meet your approval.
Extra wide mouth and sanitary,
7 two groerr hat none in tint, insist on Mis getting them for you.
Also, ask for Sanicap Tops for your old-style Mason jars.
They are cleaner and more sanitary.
over mm MILES
Traveled By E. C. Carman as MaH
Clerk A Fine Record.
(Jlii.gow Times tell of the career
nnd number of miles traveled by It.
U. Ilnrc!irov, us n railway mail
clerk, which only slightly excels the
I coord Hint u .Stanford man ban
made in this hrnnrli of I'nclo Sntn'
M'mw. tlu is Mr. K. I', (Iniinnii,
who uiin appointed from llurkcsvillc
in 181HJ and nnigiied to u run be
tween" Cineiniiuti and Nasbvillu and
placed in Mr. Iliirdgrovc'ri crew,
where they worked rdiouldcr ti
(boulder for ipiiln u while. After
mine two years or more on account
tf fulling health .Mr. Gnrmnii was
trnnfeircd t it one man run !.
tween Muysillc and Stanford whero
be has been for moru tbnu 10 years
and during which time ho Iiiih not
piijiiycd it li-itu uf uti-riirc of more
that his regular lay off period of
three dajs each week. Iiitrmir theho
twelve vc.irs of scrvu-c, .Mr. Qarmaii
has tiavi'lcd more than (100.000 nnd
now makes nn averacc of about !(),
0(1(1 miles each year.
Mr. (Iitrmnii was born and reared
in CumhcrhiAd iMiinty and prior to
seiriee tn'l'.'Iit m tlio publio schools
bis appointment in thu railway mail
of llic "tale for a 'wriod of more
than ll years. He niarried Jliss
I'lora 1 1 ill of Monroe (Miuity and
tlit'V have two bricht children, Paul
12 years nnd Mary Hill, njre 10.
Tliey have ninny friends in Monroe,
Mt'tcnlf, Ciimberlnnd nnd tiiljoiniiii.'
counlies who, us well as their local
friends will be interested in Ibis in
formation of the fine record Mr.
Gurmnu has made.
DANGER IN DELAY
Ywr Grwer Can Get These Jars Thro' Curry. Irewn & Snyder, Lex.
Kidney Diseases Are Too Danqerous
For Stanford People to Nenlect
The urcnt danger of kidney trou
ble is that they so often pet a firm
hold before the sufferer recognizes
then. Health will be gradually un
deiinined. Dackachc, headache,
ncrvouenesc, lameness, soreness,
lumbago, urinary troubles, dropsy.
Travel and Hri'lils disease may fol
low as thu kidneys Ret worse. Don't
neglect your kidneys. Help the kid
neys with Donn's Kidney Pills, which
are ho strongly recommended right
hero in Stanford.
Duncon IiuHietie, Holland, St.,
Stanford, Ky., says: "Somo time aso
I hud a severe fall and this together
with tlio jarring to whioTi I am sub
ject at my work, brought on kidrey
trouble. For several days I could
hardly get about on account of tlio
teinblc pains in my back. I also
noticed that the passages of the
kidney secretion's were irregular, cs
Dccinliy at night. I decided to euro
my tioublo beforo it became chronio
nnd as I knew Doan's Kidney Pills
to he Rood for such complaints, I be
gan their use. Before 1 had finish
ed the bos, I was entirely cured and
hnvc hnd no kidney trouble since."
For sale by all dealers. Prico 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
Now York, sole agonts for tho Unit
Henicraber tho name Doan's
and take no other.
Pension Money Short.
Tho news comes from Frankfort
f "1 arlelfM t nB
- I '( iV Ui3 Alia pluwiUuu
under tho new Confederate Pension
Bill have been filed with CAipt. V.
J. btouc, lii'iul of the pension du
put (meat )f thu Mute. Uf tho total
number received only about 50 per
cent. Juivu clear proof of their
clauuii and only about -0 per cent
clearly show that they nre not ti
titlod to pciis-ious tit ull. The re
maining ;i0 k.t cent, luivo to bo scut
back for further proof, as many sul
loiit poiuts ate loft blank.
It i.s luud to cstimuto how many
applications will bo filled, but il
beciite suic that tho number will go
About 7 1-2 acres of good land in
n high state of cultivation located
in tho heart of the town of Stan
ford, Ky., 5 room residence, halls,
concrete basement. 'J room tenant
house nnd all necessary outbuild
ings. A splendid proposition for
you fanners who want to move to
town. If you want it act quick. For
HUGHES & McCABTY,
The Original Wilson Man.
(Frankfort State Journal.)
The lcnl dyed-iu-thc-wool, nume-blown-in-the-bottlo
man" culled on Governor McCreary
yesterday. Ho is Joseph Mount, of
Garrard, who woro a Wilson button
to tho Democratic platform conven
tion at Louisvillo in lone, 1011, He
woro it on that occasion to boa bow
many Wilson men hccould "flush"
in tho convention, and satisfied him
self that Wilson sentiment was
strong. He sent tho hndgo to Gov.
Wilson ,aud learned that he was tho
first man in Kentucky to subscribo
for tho WiUon campaign fund. He
helped carry Garrard county for
Wilson, nnd went to the State con
vention as a Wilson delegate. "It
was bomo lonesome being n, Wilson
delegate there," he said, "but there
is plenty of company imw."
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GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS
. Cure Diseases, The
Bible says so, & it
is being proven every
CHARLIE WHITEM00N, the Cow Boy Herbalist
3729-31 VV. Broadway, Louisville, Ky.
Deep down In oTcry human heart lies a NATURAL dcslro for NATUItE'3 medicines. Roots & Herbs
Too long have the Bccrets of nature been neglected, too long havo peoplo disregarded Ood'a promises Mod
ern doctors think only of "operations" & strong drugs, whilo human suffering & deaths from disease In
crease rapidly every year. Health Is natural, dlseaso unnatural. .My years of experienco as a Cow-boy
& among the Indians glvo mo a peculiar fitness & knowledge of tho powers of Roots & Herbs as medicines
my remedies havo cured & arc curing Blood PolBon, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female & Skin
diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous & Stomach Troubles that were pronounced Incurable by tho
best doctors. I want to PROVE this to the world & to any ono asking, I will mall the greatest book of its
kind over published, entitled "THE COW-BOY HERBALIST," absolutely free. If you are not enjoying ALL
tho blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that you INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS. All letters of
Inquiry promptly answered.
COM-CEL-SARU the name of my great TOXIC, BODY-BUILDER, composed of t6 Roots & Herbs,
makes .? Mw'ol,nf' '"" olout 3 "i''''. costs onh one dollar & is LEGALLY GUARANTEED
'""; iW&KtF!JA?,ER r m0HV rr,"",'H COM-CELSAR is sold BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEAL
ERS -M MEDIC NL I for -Jhe rnetret. stomach, liter. Lidneyt. bouels, bladder & blood. A household remedv
ORDERS 'po'STAGE0nA?f, ''CLL'SAR: ,f your dr00'st hasn't got it or vottl get it, I WILL FILL YOUR-crw-"'
"''TO.'UOaV'.ff SCIES'CE SOPEJs made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR HUMAN
fliei ltr Jl'S?sT defers h "' '"" "" W T 3 brS ' " a!l dealcrs Retail' ho A'
Demand for Huntlna Licenses.
Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 7. Sports
nieu of Kentucky havo been taking
out hunting licenses under the new
law in u way to please Executive
Agent J. Q. Wnrd, of the Fish nnd
Giuno Commission. Several county
clerks have requested more license
blanks, saying they nre going so fast
they will not have enough to supply
the demand when the (juail season
opens August l.fll ,:. dscdJ' rctuo
opens. The dovo season, which op
ened Aug. 1, bus stimulated tho out
put of licenses. Commissions are
being issued to the newly unpointed
wardens. These officials wilt give
bond in the sum of .$500.
R. F. D. No. I.
The young son of Georw Kd
wurds fell otf of u wagon antl broke
his arm in two places.
II. F. Xewlund is confined to his
room from n scald. He fell while
carrying a kettle of hot water
scalding Ins chest nnd nil the skin
off of his left arm down to his
wrist. His burns arc being dressed
by Dr. Kdmistou, while very painful
be is getting' ulong nicely.
Word came from Boyle, that A.
J. Hnydcii is very low uud not ex-
pectccfto recover. Mr. Haydcu liv
ed in this county for u number of
years betoro going to Boyle.
Mr. Dave Thompson, wife and
children are visiting her mother,
Mrs. Annie Garner.
Misses Nell and Ha Xewland havo
returned from n delightful visit at
Mrs. Lizzio Jones is very sick.
Miss 11a Pottus of Preachers
ville, spent part of lust week with
Mrs. W. C. New laud.
Mrs. P.. Pettus. of Preacher-ville.
drove over and spout tho day with
Mr. IJ. 1 Xewland.
Now that W. Ii. Billion has the
nomination for Magistrate let every
democrat make an effort to elect a
democrat in this district and redeem
old Crab Orchard Magisterial dis
trict ,und put it back in the dem
on ntic ranks, it can and miiit be
done, so every democrat with hU
.shoulder to the wheel, and wo will
conic, out victorious in November.
Mrs. Carroll Kink, of Oklahoma,
who has been visiting her father, W.
D. Wnllen was cnlled home by tele-
cram. Her husband beimr sick, sbo
left Monday accompanied by her
Ernest Warren, accompanied by
bis sister, Miss Virginin Warren and
Mrs. S. H. Fulkorson, left Wednes
day night for Toledo, O., whcie he
will spend sovcrnl weeks with his
wife. Miss Warren nnd Mrs. Fulk
orson will visit Detroit, nnd other
lake cities while awny. They will bo
absent about a week. Middlesboro
Record. News comes to Mrs. Wnr
rvn's family here that sho is still
For Sale or Rent.
A fine blue grass farm four mile
from Stanford, Ky., in high state of
cultivation, adaptable to luising
hemp and tobucco, com, hay uud all
kinds of small grain. This farm
bus on it a nico new cottage, a large
tobacco and stock barn and nil
necessary outbuildings. Pknty of
everlasting water, is on good pike
ono mile from church house and
btorennd four miles each way frou
the railroad, nnd in a good neigh
borhood. The land lays iwcl!, in
fact you can stand in tho yard and
see nearly nil over tho farm. lr
contnius 141 ncres. If sold we will
givo verv liberal terms. If not sold
by August 20th, will rent for yenrs
1013-11. For further information
call on IJ. D. Carter, Stanford, Ky.,
or write C. L. Carter, Greensboro,
K. C. G0-12
Mrs. C. L. Hensley Passes Away
PIcnnnt Point, Aug. 0
Mrs. C. L. Hensley passed uway
nt her homo near here last Thursday
morning the- 1st, after a. linperim:
illness oc consumption. Deceased
was 07 years of nge and was n
Christian woman, most highly es
teemed by everyone. She is surviv
ed by her husband nnd ono daughter,
Mrs. Addie L'pthcgrovc, of Lexing
ton. Funeral services were conduct
ed by Itevs. Singleton and Cannon
ut thu Baptist church, of which she
was a member. The remains were
laid to rc-t in the Pleasant Point
cemetery. We extend heartfelt sym
pathy to the bereaved ones.
Don't foiget that Childrens' Day
will be observed nt I'lpawint Toint
Hnptist church next Sunday the 11,
brinir your relatives and friends and
n large basket of dinner.
Miss Nina Carpenter to Wed.
Miss Nina Carpenter, a pretty
and attractive Kentucky girl, who
for somo years bus been making her
homo in Washington while in Gov
ernment employ, will return to her
homo in Perryvillo in September to
visit her parents. In October Miss
Carpenter will bo married nt her
Kentucky home to Mr. Howard Wat
kins, chemist in the United Rtntes
Medical Hospital. Miss Maude Reid
of Lexington, will be one of the at
tendants. Mr. Wntkins nnd bis brido
will go to housekeeping in Washing
ton in n handsomely appointed
apartment. Miss Carpenter has many
friends in this part of the state yho
will wish her every happiness.
Hexa Club Reunion
Th..' "Hexa" Club held their re
union to Crab Orchard Springs Aug.
1. This club was organized somo
years ngo when tho followinr young
Indies nttended the Stanford Feraalo
College: Misses Mnrv Higgins, Vir
ginia Bourne, Mary McRoberts, of
Danville, Josephine Hayden, of Paris
5TTs. llubeit, Spencer, of Spring City
Tenn., nnd Mrs. Jamie Carpenter,
of Crab Orchard. They enjoyed tho
day verv much f-;ir it was the first
time that thev hud been together for
I) C. njb Ifamins contractor lirinR al
669 Kiflinc Court. Canton. III. ! now wfll
rid of h severe and annoying case of kidney
trouble. His back pained and be wai lioin-
ered with hradachei and diizy rixll. "I
took Foley Kidney Pills JuH as direileu m!
in a few days 1 felt much better. My life and
strength wcracd to come back, and 1 leej.
well, l am now su over uir iruunic nu gu
tn recommend Foley Kidney Tills." Try thin).
shiirrs and Tanner.
A. Remedy No Family
No matter how healthy a human
being- may be It Is safe to say that
n. .,. mim.kj. -. Mssfl without
some obatruc'tloiV'of the bowels, In other
words, constitution, een If only tem
porary. The bloatlnc, the dull feeling:
may start after the evening meal. If a
laxative Is not taken that nlKht It Is
certain that sleep will not be sound,
and you will awaken unrcfrcshed.
Hence. It Is Important for you and for
all the members of your family that a
food, reliable laxathe he 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 la
careful of Its health can do without such
a remedy. But the question of which
remedy to have on hand Is also of vast
Tho laxative most highly recom
mended by the majority of Intelligent
Americans as betnic best for babies and
frownups la Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep-.
sin. It Is a liquid laxative-tonic, mild,
and never gripes. Is effective on robust
pe?rl end .'n clv"i with Mfetv in
an Infant. Children like It because of
these gentle qualities and because It Is
pleasant to the taste.
It Is the best all-around remedy you
can have In the house for any disorder
of the stomach, liver and bowels, and
mnny people like R. II. Morgan, Price,
Tcnn., and Mrs. II. C. Davidson, vVart-
race, Tenn., nay they would us main. Ijb
without the necessities as without Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.
Anyone wishing to make a trial of this
remedy beforo huylns It In the regular
way of a druggist at fifty cents or one
dollar a large bottle (family size) can
have a sample bottle sent to the home
free of charge by simply addressing Dr.
W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St..
Montlcello, III. Tour name and address
on a postal card will do.
MR. FARMER Make vonr home as modem for vour family as a nico
residence, and nlace vourself in h oosition to cct the latest market auota
tions at anv time. This cun be nccomnlished bv means of our tclenhono
service which you and voirr neighbors can cct for a sum thnt is 6mall com
pared with tho benefit received. Call or nddress our nearest off ice, or
write direct to hcadauurters. Nashville. Tenn.. for information rccardini:
our soecial "Furmers Line" rate. If vou are not at nresent eniovine tele
olone sen-ice. we cun immedintelv interest vou. Our lines cover tho States
"of Kentucky. Tennessee. Mississippi. Louisiana nnd the Southern portion
of .Indiana nnd Illinois. CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEL. CO.
TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS
COURSES: Preparatory, State Cer
Life Diploma, County Certificate
Special. Tuition Free to APDOintees,
Summer Term Open June 17
Artistio Catalogue Free. Address
Expenses Very Low. Ask About It
J. G. CRAIBE. President. : : : : : : Richmond. Kentucky
K TEXAS WONDER.
The Texas Wander cures kidney
and bladder troubles, removing gray
el. cures diabetes, weak and lame
bacLi, rheumatism, und all irregu-
antics of the kidneys and bladder
tn both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in hildren. If not
so.d by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1: Une email
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from Kentucky and
other states. Dr E. W. nail, 2920
Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by
Shugars and Tanner.
HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S.
Former Director Animal Industry
Tbillipine Islands. EaVeter-
innrian U. S. Army
Office Logan's Stable, Phone 432,
Agent American Hog Cholera Serum.
E. D. Pennington,
General Farm Surveying
52-6 Phone 172, StMfit., Ky.