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U ,."!, " " ' "' ' I Ji i ' THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR IOOKNAU TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 191 v7" f- l 1 t i Restored to Health by Lydia H. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound .A woman who is sick and suffering, and won't at least try a medicine which has the record of Ljdta K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, is, it would almost seem, to blame for her own wretchedness. Read what this woman sajs: Klcliniiiiiil, Mo. " When my sroonil ilniiphlcr tns cijrlitccn month old I inn prc)iionncMl u Impi'lrKs Imnllil 1 MpeelalNlH. J liail iiconstiltiitloiiof tloi-tor-Miiiil tlioymild I liml n Hovore en so of uleerntlon. 1 mim In beil for leu weeKs, liml Hltiklntr 'IN, nntl Mas pronounced to 1e in ailanu' mil uimlitloii. IUy father Insists! that we try I,)lln 12. I'liiklitim'H riri'lulilt' Compound, find hroiicht mo hk bottles. I mmiii lupin to lmproe, anil be fore It had all been taljrn I was as well and xtroniriiM eer, iny frlnuds hardly recognized iiiumi ureat was tlio change." Mrs. Woodson liraastuttur, Klcliiiiond, Mo. There arc literally hundreds of thousands of women in the United States wlio have been benefited by this famous old remedy, which was produced from roots and herbs over thirty years ago by a woman to relieve woman's suffering. Read what another woman says : .loneihorn, Texni. "I hnvo used Lydta l'.PInLIiani's Vct:ota hie, Compound for inyitclf and daughter, and lonMdtr It mio fiiallel for nil female, discuses. 1 would not bo without It for anything. I wish otrry mother In America could ho persuaded to use It n there would bo less Miffrrlnjr nmoni: our Hex then. I nin ahvajs clad to speak n word of pruUe for I.)dii 1'. l'lnlc linni' Vegetable Coiupoiuid, mid you sire ut liberty to uso thla tcAtlmonlnL .Mi-s..Jninea T. Lawrence, .Tout bo re, Texas. Since we guarantee that alt testimonials which we pub lish arc genuine, is it not fair to suppose that if Ljdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had the virtue to help thescwomen it will help any other woman who is suffering from the same trouble ? For no yours T..ydli K. IMnkhum'i "WjreUblo Compound hits been tho standard remedy for remain 111. No nick woman does Justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Mude exclusively from roots ami herbs, and has thousands of cures to Its crcUlt. If tho slightest troulilMpp"rn which aF you do not uiider.lauil, w rlto to Mrs. lMnkhnm at I.jnn. Mu., forhcr ndvlco ltia free and nlway ! Ipf ul. PERSONAL and SOCIAL A r nncl Mr Joe II .Murphy nro re tolMiiK eeiiKrntulnilonii upon the m runl nf nnolher linmlsomo yonni son In their home, who linn been namcil Wllllnm Thomiw .Murphy i Jim, Ilefwlo Dollorilo of .lnrnhfl' lull rt fnia.ii KKnmnnhlnil 4 It n t-iimitln i I I tunii) ivrtitis tiv.1 jiiMiii''ii (ii- Mi'iiiuai BAD CASE OF GRIP Mm. V Lojan Wood, of I)ntilile, In with her mother. Mm. I.ynn. Minn Itnclirl Allison Ims rcturnril from a. lencthv visit In I.oxincton Mm. J. N. Snunden will ho hoMon oMi hiijbami Prank ftclionlc her ot tho Current hvcntn Club Thuwlny , ufmnI ,, ,.rnH nc ,)f nflcrnoon nt 2 30. .loading republican politicians of the CQUSCU SOfC TllfOat Olid Ton- .MImcs Kmiim llnys and Lena rni-1 Htute, ennic oer from his home r i, ...i p.. ,inl,.nii tn Hi., t'hrlitlun Ciinj!tin Monday nlgnt, to he tlm i.mlmnr meetinr nt llitrgln. Mrn. Mnnln II. AiImim, or Lexington Kiit-at ol Hon. UiIh city. .IikIri John P. M. McHoUertu, ofi silitis. Restored by Pcruna. N. Mcneffo, .lr, an I Mrn Su0 Yoaper attended tho perfor- lit hero the guest of her mother, Mm Annlo Nowlnnd. nianco of "Tho Dollar Princess ' nt llev. nnd Mm. I). M. Wnlltor arc ro hltrton Monday nli?ht. ceivlnp conRratulatlon8 or their friend ' , -M"- J. II. Pnxton niur son James II. ., , , , .. ... ii. Jr., aro visiting relatives In l.an"fiHt i epon tho nrrhal or another st "t-, MtH cimrlotte Warren ,n with he- tie tlaiightcr In thulr homo. Jhrothor, S. M Duncan In l.ancnster, 1 Mr and Mrs. John II. N'elus of, who is epilte III !,,!.., t.,.,n,i,.., r,.r,.,..riu nt Oili "hs Ia)I lliililile has ri'tnrned to jI.el.anon Junction, fomerly of iUhw h()lno , wynil.iir a.tw a city, are happy oor Urn arrival of a yMi (o hir wtcr Mrs t;ailnnd S n hnliy daughter In their home, the soc- gletnn. r,rti County Attorney . S. Iluraii Is Ink jiJf M(Ho ,, u Ing trontmont at tho Cmb Orohnrd 0t ar iiRgraMted case of tonsllliis Hanutoriiim. I Col. M. I'. Klkln, ot Ixlngton at-. SHORT LOCAL NEWS tended ths l'Jthlan lisnquet I rldny I Mr. W. II. Housloy, Stony Point, I Tennessee, writes: I "Flvo years ' ago I took a very sevcro cold which resulted in la grippe. I never was Mlt Mattle tlilnslend, of l.oulsUI e, bo bad off. I II night and shook hands with IiIh mnny friends. Jnmeh Sauflay wns up from Grays- lllo, Tnn, Sunday with roIulUos here. Mrs Jele Slaps Is hack from a pleasant visit to Mrs. J. II. McAllster itnil family at Way Mississippi Among tho PythlanB who came down from Crab Orchard to the banauct Friday night, with their wives were Dr. and Mm. II H. Spltlcr, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. UalleT, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Perkins, J. ('.. Carpenter, Jr, Ilobert Holmes, J. S. Duko and It (1. l'ettus. Ml.ibth Luclnda and Kllzabcth hutcs ore visiting their slstep Mrs. Harvey Krya st th West Knd. Mlsies Hue Woods and Ilcrta Jein Penny went to Lexington Monday to soo "The Dollar Princess." Sum P. Tartar, of Moreland, orders his 1. .. changed to Louisville. John Kpoonnmorc, who Is attending Kentucky Wcslan College was a dele (.ale to tno M. u Dai llle last week. JuIko J. M. UiBHlng. and J M was In bed s o v e r a 1 weeks, and when I did get up I had t o n s 1 1 1 tis and sore throat. "I tried to . BSSSSSVi? ?,, -LsWbssssssK Oxfords ! An unequaled line of Low Cuts. It you want smart styles as well as quality and fit There's no reason you shouldn't get it. We have the snappy things that the young folks And others the older ones want Mr. W. H. Houiley. To v mends ana Patrons. ii- ling moved my ftock to the Alroiti I rmiil fM Tiniftlifnt Ctrn.l nnnmltn .court home. I shall he glad to se, "X ,,r,c,J ,to cur(! th'3 ,or clBhtecn Itcih hnr Am rrrnlvlnr n l,.ml(.1 months, but It gradually got WOrSO. A 'line of spring goods nhC feel that mr doctor adWscd me to hae my tonsils new qjarterswlll ho more ncce'slble cut out, but I did not llko tho Idea, and nttractlro. (live me a call Miss ! Another doctor examined me. and told W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. I Francis VBndeveer 201 Hev. J Jand next Sunday night. mo tho same thing. I finally got a bot tle of Peruna, and after I had taken D Jones will preach at Ron- one bottlo my throat was better. I bought and used a dozen bottles, and saw I was going to git well, and I did." llev. J. J. Dickey will preach, ilaywood next Fridny night at LOST. Certificate for 10 shsros stock In Henry Clay Fire Imairanre Company. Reward for return to Dr. il. O. Perry. 20-3 Well c; taWlshed grocery, nd gen eral merchandise business at UcKln ncy for sale chup. Arply te D. 8. Kit!. 2Mp. Qenulne, OLD FASHIONED, Burr Ground GRAHAM FLOUR, at New-Una's. Mr. John liar Clark, Field Secretary of the Christian Kndeaor Union will lecture nt the Presbyterian churbcb n(J ...... .. .- , . -i ... !.! A. contention at uruay eninB C.JU. au socieiiHB I are urged to be present. There will ., also be some special niujlc Al- i er.'dii, ef FrnnKfort. anu senator a. J llubl'lc, of I Inroln. spent last Hun Attention MfryRassers Sick Fowls Oon't Pay, Droopy Hens Won't Lay. WHY LOSE YOUR FOWLST Why take chancos aga.nst disease' A few drops of Ilourbon Poultry Cure In tho wucr keeps fowls strong, tigorous nnd thrifty, protect them against disease and puts them in prlmo rendition for egg laying. It Is the only remedy that can be depended upon to euro roup, Choi State Auditor's Ageut Whittlnghall day the guest of Mack KiihnnU In, was hero last week, and caught sev Ut.ylo county. lend who tmo been doing business .Miws nab ueen roccicu nere ot mo .without Btato license. Ho grabbed birth ot unlrl baby to Mrs. W.J. enge I nt their homo at Shamrock, Ky , near .Mlddlcfcboro. The mother was before nail K cogt Carr nbout U her marriage mibs ateiia .Mcuiary. or Andexhon Carr ,for running a toft drink stand without a license and PI Plwinc nemt mo by express two ouarts of Ilourbon Poultry Curo No one who Is an up-to-date poultry ral or ran nlford to bo without this valu able mcdlcluo. It does all jou claim and more. I tako pleauuru In reoom mendlng It as the host poultry reme dy I ever saw It It working like magic In this county. My fileiiil who are using It say they ucver saw nti) thing llko it. People call me on tho phono and say, "My nick, what must I do?" I toll thorn t iiio Ilourbon Poultry Cute, and in u few das they call mo nnd fay tuelr (thls city and many friends send good wished to the little lady, who has been iiamed Anna Margaret. I Iiini'tiRtor lodge of Pjthlans sent a good delegation ocr to the banquet 'Friday night though many would otherwise come, were detained at homo on account of tho funeral of the little Klnnulrd child, the who was burned tc death Among those who did ut- tend the ceremonio, hero were Messrs Joe nnd Iln.wnond llaselden, Harry Tomllnson, Frailer Hurt nnd Dr Ac ton. Mishcs Welsh. Susie Hilton, Hallle ttruwn, Klla Thompson. County Attorney lludmnn Kecnon, of Mercer county, droo over from em and Oape. simply because It destroys the germs ""k ' "ul" '" "'""" winch cause tluso dlseasos. One 10 cent bottle ,h" 1lhlnn "anquot. Ho nnd bis wife makes 12 gllons of medicine. Htory Poultry ruber . urneA ltt t,,u nuto routo Saturday i uld keep a bottlo of this medicine on hnnd "'orn.ng ..ir neenon .s ueinK urge.. by mends all over tho district to gel Into tho rnce for Commonwealth's At torney after Hon. Cburles A. Hardin is elevated to the Circuit Judgship. The St Patrick's Day party given by Mrs. J t Hays at her home on Friday afternoon was tho most origl mil und unique entertainment of th. season. Her home was nrtlsticnlb OUR BOOKLET ON "DISEASE OF FOWLS CAUSE, TOMS AND TREATMENT," IS FREE. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT. print many It 1. ilock chlckeiib ami UT. or tho finest M II. turkeys In the Mate. 1 iue this romury and neui ba0 u bick row I. It gives thorn ttrength nnd itabty and makes tbolr plumage bright and glossy exhibit at tho next stnto fair iir. . J. D. Cox, LawrvncutnirK, Ky NOTE. Mrs. Cox was awarded first prize to th'i bobt gobbler it Kiutuw Htate Fair and first prlro for best beu at blue (Irass Poultry Show. Uvory year I have been losing from 75 to 100 chlckcru from gapes, wid 11 Cure bnd about coucludcd not to try ruislni; nny moro. I gut n bottle of bourbon Poultry Cure, and used It according to directions, only a little moro freely, as mine woe ii case of jeara of Infection. Now I have 200 chicks, all thrifty and growluit nicely, nnd not n "gapey" an among them, in jpito of the fact that they have rroo access to a big wood yard, which Is a breeding plarn i'ir tho pests, Mrs. Jetinl.s II. Stex-ns Uynchburg. Vs. Ijist enr we lost an entire hatch from white diarrhoea; this year we haw used Ilourbon Poultry euro in! th.'lr drinking water continually :md have nit lost any. Wo highly roconi decoruted In greens ferns, cedar an mend It to be nil .urn claim for It. nnd other things suggestive of tho patron Ky .eiij y d her charming hospltn'ity. As NOIH -This firm won flivt prize listing the gracious hostess in enter crd color special for cocke-ei ntso gMid taln'nt. were Mlrses flettle Pnxtn" lliedal for host bird in Show at Mm- nml Mnrv l.llrulinlli Mpk'lnnnv. nni .o in Plato Poultry Show ' ,, , .-,. 1 have been raising chickens for ,, . , , . dearly rifty vcars nnd Pourbon Ponl. I!,,t o.lurents wee toned to n I try Curp Is the mtut satisfactory leme s' Pat'l'k the cakos boing decorate dy for cholera nnd gape that 1 bve with thsmroeks and tho Ices In gre l ... V. ,..."" " n 'a'on. nop and white. ni'inillir, IJ For Urke5 nnd chickens Humbnr Poultry Cure does all Ihnt ou nl.iim for II If you hnte an nrents at Kan fH8 City. I would llki. tn Ink., u ...,.. es moir Jt.(() wm)lm w,t(l M( nl ,,,, J second prize wns won b Mlsb Alton " ,.. . '!.- inrgii mi v r. ? Money for tho jurors who served for tli,, last term of court has arrhed and may be obtained at the FirBt Nat ional Hank. V0 liuo rented the Minks Hotel nnd will carry a stock of general mer chandise, in the same building con ducted by my son J. Kmmoiis. In con nection with the store Mr. J. K. Tartar vill run a produce wagon for a while Any favors from the public will bo nppreciated and satisfaction gben. f shall continue to gle attention to L'nclc Sam's business to the bobt of my nhlllty. C. K. McClure. M Ky. FOR SALE OR RENT OLD INTER IOR JOURNAL BUILDING ACOVE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK. APPLY TO L. R. HUGHES. STANFORD, KY. For Sale. Pali good four year old mules harneis and wagon. O. T. sh lock, Hustonvllle, Ky , 20-3 T7 D. Steeabergens sells, builds, re pairs aid adjusts scales at rocs: bnt Uui prices. See him for prices bf.ore you buy. Address Crab Orchard, Ky. 15-6m. Best oompaniea lowstt rata. In sure your property tedcy with R. M. Newland. 5-100. The ladies of the Baptist church will hac an exchange at the post office Saturday, March :5th. Queen & Cro-icent Ilouto excursions 1311. The first excursion of tho sea bon la tho Queen ft Crescent Route to Cincinnati, O. will be operated SUNDAY APIHL 9tb, 1911 t'pecUi tiain. For full particulars, call on Ticket Agent. V. A. Heckler, li-ner al 1-UFsenger Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. Fop sale at a bargain, n shnrpless No. 4 cream separator Uox 178. 21-3 Harrv Jacobs, the monument man or Mch!nnev sold Mrs. EIU.i rerrell n six ton Harre Granite for her hus band Ilrlght Fcrrell to be erected in the Wnynesburg Cemetrj. The I.adioj' Aid or tho Christian church will meet Fridny nfternoun March 24th at 2 o'clock to perrect 'rlans Tor our Saturday market to bo ;jen April 1st Please ery member try to be present. Mrs. I.. 11. Cook. Iho guost writing the bec tllbuti to her paMner "eeured t priie which wis a pin nnd Mrs. Ii- ' M,.ll,.p,. .,,., l)tl (J (,, c,f fr Mrs. Held being tho winner Tr- The Woman's Iniprocuienl Club ivbl meet -it the State Hank & Trust Hillding Wedne'day afternoon rt 2'iO. Importnut business makes a -all meeting necessary. Kvery mom er Is requested to be present. !l bo will become members are nUo In lti.l Mrs. I J. IJIc.ej, Pres. Mrs. helton Snufley, Sec STfc BETSY'S POINTERS: "A houso keeper should remember. Molly, that a guest sees more ill an hour than a host can se0 in a year, and some women can tell a good house keeper by looking at tho mat at th" front door before entering. All my friends are highly pleased since they began dealing at Cofroy and Cok man's Hirsch's beans and pork now on sale 10 und 15 cents, COFFEY AND COLEMAN. HEALTH in the Bathroom ItJien. Shelbvvillo, Ind. Ki)rFrHr. Hnen wns nr e twcitv nix ribbons on his fowN, Inchifi Ing ilrst pi te for htxt gobblor. t tuurl Etet, iomtrv Show 1 feel ;i iu dr.ty to g.;. my lost' mony in regnrd to Eiouibon Pouliiv I bought sonin turLevs hn BRYAN'S DAUGHTER TO WED The following announcement fpo Lincoln Nob , is of special Intores Tho brldoeloct Is tho daughter of Hoc William Jennlgs Iirynn Shot Is r charming young gill and durltn: he t Isft to Kentucky last year was th Riicbl of Colonel und Mrs. V P Walton ut Lexington whore she wn much udmliod, She was n schoolmat Bom crcoL Wo have nuudrods of tejtlmo'ilnls like theso, In our clnulars Hiid booklets. The remedy does the work .or thwo prominent poultry rsls-rs wouldn't say so. Tber wouldn't buy.lt and then Hit about it If It failed Try and see for yourself what It will do for your fowls ,on liii-niM v -iu onmtra nd ri, tnd 1 used it and iiid not it" . jn glo bird In my flo-k. ' jnin' it Ik the bt pniltiy icfet'v I i,o it ., " rf 1J'r,v,''"''-,cl ,0 ' " '' to of Miss. Ellzaboth Thatcher, of mi- limine ur ' JOUr oil KitileiS I have I "en rttlslne nonlh.. fir mn.,v vears. nnd huvo used mrn roni'i'-, M,,s ('rIlro no!(ter llryan, daughter of different kinds, ind boi.rbi n Poul of Mr.and Mrs. W. J. Hryan. will br trytuC? lr Jh.0., ,,ost r,mt,dv I oir niurrlcd oarly In Juno to Itlchard L vfllo'K'y ' Ptn' 1",r," I Harprn.es. a b-.rlness man of Lin ' f' coin nmjt woro stlioolmates tngoth- I or nnd hum lUed hern most of their NEW STANFORD DRUG CO., T. P. CURRY A SON J. H. MOUNT, SON A CO.. REYNOLD A BVANB.. .. ... .STANFORD. KY. DANVILLE, KY. ....LANCASTER, KY. .JUNCTION CITY. KY. lives. Uraco la tho youngest of tho three chl'dren of Mr. and Mrs. llryan. Mr. llargraves Is tho only ton of Mrs. Albert G. Margraves. His fnU e , a pioneer merchant of Lincoln, died lout October. Ho Is 22 years old and bit brldo to be is 20. jA ISf s "Do you realize the importance of bauMng under thoroughly efficient sanitary conditions? Are the fixtures and plumbing of your bathroom just as they should be hygienic and healthful, and does the room afford all the con venience and comfort you desire? These questions demand care ful consideration, affecting as they do the health and happiness of your home. If you need bathroom advice we will supply it free, and without obligation to you, and if you decide (o make use of our aid, we will guarantee our plumbing, and sup ply genuine 'itaMswi Plumbing Fixtures well known a the perfection of unitary equipment, and fully guaranteed by thet manufacturers. Can we help you? If o, ask for an estimate. TKLEPHONB US AT OUH EXPKNSE. HAselden Bros , LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. fSslt Li sUaflETiUlllIr L. R. HUGHES, T. W. HUMDLE, tS W. O. MARTIN, M I Oxfords WE ARE RECEIVING OUR LINE OF SPRING OX FORDS. WE ARE HAND LING THE FAMOUS MAY MANTON LINE THIS SEASON. I Anything you want in Patents, Vicis, Kids, etc. in the latest styles. We invite your inspection. HUGHES, MARTIN & COL L . ,ds Notion. i? . wuJRi'D, KENTUCKY mmmmmmwmwxiimmimiRte That Spring - Suit 1 3 3 & & & You have begun to think about that new Spring Suit that suits you. Suits to Order We make suits to order and guarantee to give you full satisfac tion in every way. New York Styles Can show you the latest New York Styles made by the most ex- 23 perienced cutters and litters in g America. g You get what you w ant, or you do not take it. Take a peep at 3 our patterns now on display and wewill surprise you wish the beauty of this selection. 25 I Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KY. 4 4MTOfUI H THE HOME ! HART SOHAFFNEH A MARX CLOTHE! J n&t& , ,. j. mimtm" 1m. .iw 1 'n..