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LITTLE GIRL ASSAULTED BY BURLY NEGRO WHO 18 TAKEN TO LEBANON TO AVOID A LYNCH I NQ TO BE TRIED AT SPECIAL COURT Tho entiro community was greatly shocked nnd enraged when hows enmo Saturday nbout noon of the mado by tho nogro, Shny Pell man to criminally assault, llltlo Nnii-oKankin, tho daughter of Mr. nnd iln, Lee RnnKIn, 'bne of hustled 1o"tnol5mnt7'lall. the most prominent, nnil jiyfjulfli"fatufj iJifiSntiinlay afternoon ns tho iiiva in ins nurinetuiiorn fcecinm. OC crotrtlvBogan"to gnther In town and Lincoln county. Ho uxtruniti wan tho much mob tnlk wns hoard on tho Indignation ngnlnst the negro tliot 11' streets Judgo Iew!s L. Walker, tho In believed nn nttonipt would huvo un-- ' newly appointed Circuit Judgo of this doubtcdly Imro been made to lynch district, wns telephoned to nt his ' hlni bad not Sheriff McCnrty taken home nt Lancaster and told of tho him to the Jail nt tobanun late Satur- conditions. It wns suggested, to him day night for snfo keeping. Ills ex that he vomo to Stanford at once, and amining tral wag fixed fur Monday,' be In n position to nssure the enraged but co largo was tho crowd In town I friends of tho Kankin family, should then nnd so Inlcnso tho fooling ox-- ' they seem disponed to tnke the law pressed npnlnst tho black man, that' Into their own hands, that he would County Judge J. I'. Dnlloy telephoned in.pnnel u special grand Jury t onco to the ofllccrs nt Lebanon not to' and have on Immediate trl.il. Judge bring him hero but to keep him iinth! Wnlker hardly thought It necessary they should bo notified otherwise. that ho come here, but expressed a Judge Lewis L. Walker, tho newly willingness to try tho Negro at onco appointed circuit Judgo or this dis-- ' IT It would do any good, nnd said that trlot, was hero Monday morning mid Judge Bailey nnd County Attorney W called n special term of circuit court S. llnrch should take Tollman to Lexto begin hero Sept. 2ith to try Pull- ington If there was believed to be man. Ho gave Instructions not to any danger to him from a mob. h.ivo the negro brought back hero un- Accompanied by Judgo Hen V. til that time, for It was easy to too Smith, of Somerset, his brothcr-ln-latho torupor of tho people regarnlug Mr. Leo Ilankln, father of tho little him. girl, returned lato Saturday afterThe crime of tho Pullman Negro noon from Somerset, whero hu had was most ipivoltlng In Its details, nnd ben attending the fair. He and oththo plight of tho little gill nsVlie told er relative brought the little girl to the horrible story to hor mothor be- to.vn Mondn, thinking that tho extween sobs was pitiable Indeed. Bhe amining tral of Pcllm.in would be had gone with I'ellmau to the spring held, then, the time fixed by Judgo house wheiv the milk Is kept during Il.iiloy. The little girl Is still III the hot summer months to fix the front the harrow ling experience. Sho morning's milking. Tho spring house Is alotnst a mere baby in size and is Is some distance from tho' home, so frail, but Is a pretty child. thaMt would be hard for muffled, It Is believed to be a cortalnty that screams to be heard. Once Inside the death penalty will be meted out tho spring house, the burly black rann to Tellman, the- - law making his seized tho child nnd threw her to tho crime, the only one In the category ground. She screamed and made except murder, for which capital punsuch feble resistance as she was ishment Is provided. Under tho capable of, .but was a mere plaything yet been Installed at tho statu pen in his hands. Her story of the at: air negro would not be hung, If convicted Is revolting nnd shows the cool bestliil but electrocuted In the death chair Ity of tho man. Ills purpose accom- at Frankfort. However, the apparaplished he told tho child, that ho tus for Inflicting this new mode of .would certainly kill her If she ever capital punishment In Kentucky luu "told anyono of whnt had taken place; not ct been nstalled at tho state penso, still suffering nnd itentiary, It Is .understood, so that by the man and his dire threats, sho the old fashnned gallows and noose I battened to tho house would undoubtedly be called on to do fyler mothor was coming from the its work, where tho death penalty Is house and met her, nnd mlckly sens Inflicted by a Jury. Ins that something was wrong, asked t Pellmsn Is a married man with thecauso of her torn and disordered three chlldrcu. He had worked for clothes nnd the blood on her gar- Mr. Ilankln for about six years and ments. Then It was that the little' so far .s kuorn had never been girl broke down completely and cry-In- s trouble )of(ire, except that It was bitterly told her mother of what charged several times that ho sold trad- occurred blind tiger whisky to the negroes in Horror-strickeas she was, Mrs. his community. Ho has several brothHa'nVln did not loeo her ers In that section, of the county. One Ion. Sho fs a woman of very level Is said to have been in town Satur. Deputy W. 8. Kmbry nnd others from town met them nnd accompanied tho armed cavalcade back to tho c'ty .Sows of tho affair had quickly been bruited a lion t, and (hero was n big crowd In front of the court houso when tho prisoner was brought In shortly after noon. He was taken nt onro to tho court room of County Judge James 1'. Bailey The crowd was excluded so nn to nvold uny chnnco of tlolonce being ottered Mm, nnd Judge, Dnlloy Jhcn fixed his ex nmlnliig trlnl for Monday morning nt nine oVIoctarifeNJfgro was then THF. LATE JUDQE SAUFJ, EV3 LAST GRAND JURY. REGISTRATION LAW IGREATDAYFOR TOBACCO POOLERS NEEDED IN KENTUCKY GIVEN IMPETUS ED WALTON SAYS THAT OF GEOR 'CAMPAIGN AT PAINT LICK SPEAKING HERE GIA IN HELPS HOLDING ON NEXT MONDAY HONEST ELECTIONS. ' Atlanta, Ua., nept. S Frldny's Interior Jour nal thaj, you twit me on my prediction that Got. Brown would defeat Hoke Smith. When I wrote the letter some three weeks ago It did look very much like Brown would be Mior, but things changed nnd he was the vanquished instead. I wroto you'll remember, that people were for Smith but the politicians, roalirlng that they Could not control him, were 1 notice In b'x-Co- The movement for pooling ot tho tobacco crop was given a great Impetus south of the river nt the meeting of Garrard and Madison county growors held nt Paint Lick Saturday. Congressman 1!M0 Owsley Stnnley, Wnrd Hendley, Col. p. .. Loir, C r PBTPPVa'.BVVBnh J rJ bWBBBBBBBBBBBUBBBBtB ai BaBBBaBBBBBBBBfEzW j bbV bbB Top row Heft to right) Deputy Sheriff W S. Kmbry. Rrand Jurors J. Mobley If U Lutes W T Klllott, J A. Johnson, Jesne Walter. .Middle row Reuben Dudderar, John Knglcmnn, 0. T. Oooch, A. D. Root, R T Lunsford, R. H. Crow. Ixwer row The late Judge M C. Suudey, Comniouwealth's Attorney C. A. Hnrdin. Tills photo was taken afew days beloro Judij Saufley's death GREAT INTEREST IN TWO BIG STOCK SALES BIG O 19 Additions CHRISTIAN WHEN CHURCH MEETING ENDED FRIDAY CROWD Or PROMINENT BUYERS EXPECTED HERE TODAY AND TOMORROW re-n- ot terror-stricke- n 1 - n T'o of tho biggest stock sales ever held In this p.irt of Kentucky, or the South, lor that mntter, will bo held in Stanford today, Tuesday,, and Hon. W. H. Shanks will have hU big snle of mulos, brood mares. Jacks, nnd cattle nt his farm betwoon the' Crab Orchard and Somerset pikes today. On Wednesday J. II llaughui'iu will sell at his former home place. Just on the outskirts of town on the Somerset pike, what has been advertised as the "finest herd ot mules nnd biood mares In Central Kentucky. Col. J. I. Chandler will cry tho ilrst sale, while Cola. I. M. Dunn and T. I). Kngflsh will olllcJate at the Daughman dispersal. The weather conditions for Ideal aie dnys could not be more auspt-cloubut both sales were be held, rain or shine. Mr. Uuughman Is determined that Jupiter Pluvius shall not Interfere with him In the least so has secured the big exhibition tent of tho KadelKrltchfleld shows w.ilch an plains at tbo opora house this This Immense tent seats week. people and makes a splendid sale enclosure. Both men have engaged expert burgoo makes to serve the dinners which will be free to everyone attending. Conveyances will meet all trains. No sales held In Kentucky in recent years have been ns fully and syHtematlcally advertised ns these two sales. Thousands ot bills havo been spread broadcast over all this section of the state, while the advertising columns ot the newspapers In this territory have been used most laDoth men vishly and Judiciously. have hot stinted themselves n thfa regard tor they have tn$ "goods" and they realized that the only effective way to let the, people know It was throupii the use of priulor "!nlc. Mr. Baughman's final ad is found on the last page of this laue. la It ho gives the wonderful record his mules have mnde In the fair rings of Kentucky, and tells Just what he has to offer. The revival sen ices which have been In progress at the Christian church durng tho past few weeks. enme to an end Friday evening, nit er having brought 19 houls Into the Master's fold. Dr. Morrow, or the Bible College, nt Lexington, waa n moat plealng and convincing speaker nnd pleased everyone. Cupid Still SEVERAL at Work COUP- MORE POPULAR LES ARE WED You can't down him. Little Dan Cupid continues to work hand In hand with County Clerk George B. Cooper at Jjjie marrage license market. Several more permits for entrance Into wedded bliss were Issued here since last week. Luther Hancock, aged IS and Miss Delma Johnson, a sweet girl of 17 got their license here and were made one at the Rocky Ford church In Casey county Sunday. Their home Is In Case,)-- . ugulnxt him nnd Mr (iov. Brown, who possesses nothing like so much sta bility I bolleve thnt the political Jugglers would do what I have seen them so frequently do in Kentuck- ythwart tho will ot the people. But they couldn't do It this time. The registration law, which Gov. Smltli Is due the credit ot having passed, from over In Tennessee le and Alabama from coming over Into Georgia und Indulging In the right ot suffrage. This law that all voters register six months in advance ot elections nnd It would be n great thing for Kentucky It such n in force there, lu Llucoln coun ty it would be an especl.il blessing, tor it would forever put an end to the gang Just over tho line in other counties crosaiiig over and voting. It would means that tho crowd that usually comes up from around Shelby City to Stanford would have to devise other means of making money on election day. By tho way, how did you get it into your cranium. Brer. SauHey, that (iov. Brown did lot favor the enforce nieut of the prohibition law? From Inquiry of a number of Georgians I fail to find that he ever even Intimated that he was against the law and certainly he would not have been so foolish ns to go. on reror.l as favor ing the dlsobeyance l'roin f ;t. what I can glean Go;". Brown's record cm the whlhky iiwstlcn Is fully ns good as that of (Hon. Hoke Smith's; m anyone else. He Is a big man in kevj-jpooplaw-wer- Jack Chlnn, Bradley Wilson nnd oth-or- s who are lighting for tho success of the iiool nil made speeches and at the conclusion, a dozen of the most prominent farmers nnd tobacco grow ers In that section signed up their 1SM0 crops. Among them were tho men who had slyned the call for this meeting to discuss the situation. Big Si . Speaking Here. The next big meeting will be held here In Stanford next Monday, County Court day. Hon. Ward Headley, tho orator from Western Kentucky, who went through the successful fight with the dark tobacco growers against tho trust, will be on hand, ns will R L. Ferguson, Vice President of the Biirley Tobacco Society, Bradley Wilson and others. It Is planned to have Congressman Stanley come a little later. Tho leaders In this movement hope to havo a large attendance ot all tobacco men who are Interested In maintaining the present good prces or the crop, whether they Intend to pool or not. The speaking will bo held In tho court house beginning at 1:30 o'clock. silver-tongued m Parksville fr! Misses Mary and Nancy Cozatt arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Garten at Bradfordsvilie. Mr. Ernest Wayne If. visiting his brother, Mr. J. T. Wnyne, at Somerset, uud attending the Pulaski county fair. Mrs. jamea U. Baxter, of Gravel Switch was a guest of Mrs. J. K. Caldwell last week. Mr. Jack n nson, of praclfordsville, lc- a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cozatt Mr. F. 1. Joues made a business trip Tuesday. Mr. M. to CampbelUvlllc Roy Westerfield Is spending a few dnys nt home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Westerrield. Mrs. J. W. Cozatt. and son or Jessamine county, were gUests or Mrs. Annie Parks lust week. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Devers, of Gravel Switch, visited Mr. W, B. Overstrect and wife last week, idlss Ella Blaaford Is n guest of relatives at LaFolIett,e, Tenn. Mrs. N. A. Vanaradall Is visiting her son, Charles in Chicago, 111. Mr. John H. Parks Is a guest ot his uncle, Mr, Granville Durham, or Akron. Ohio. A horse attached to a buggy containing Missess Myrtle Brown and, M.irgaree Hays got frightened at thq train Saturday and ran away, smashing the buggy pretty thoroughly. Tha - the Baptist church and a Christian gentleman. (Our information was gotten from an associate Press dispatch from Kd. $ head and realized the consequences' day morning selling groceries, but of an untouird more. She feared the' when he heard of the affair and saw N'eVro might escape, If n general1 his brother being brought In by tho alarm were glren, so sho quietly plac- - armed men, he vamoosed out of small ooy an a norso ana uau town In a hurry. hliji'rlde hard to the homes of Thomas and'Jop Ilankln, brothers of her Crab OrckM They repondod. Iqimedlateljr together "with o(her neighbors. The? came armed with shot guna and reThe London fair was. well patronvolvers; anil .went al onco t0 t,ie barn 90 whero the Negro was working, un- - ized is reports are correct that deed was railroad tickets were sold at thin conscious that his fearful Robert Thompson Mr. He seemed to believe that station. known. lll the little girl if sho brought back several blue ribbons on Jila threat to his string of horses. told, would secura his safety. Mrs. J C, McWhorterwas called to feeing tho determined men with guns, he knew it was all up, how. flradtordsvllle by telegram to be with 111 with Before a woru was iwi oy her brother who is critically ovei got typhoid fever. thomj he (hrew up iiU hands and onlhe ground begging for Ms life and Rev. R. C. Kimble has returned declaring that he had. done nothing. home after holding a most satisfacHe ald that he had simply sent the tory meeting of two weeks' near llttlq (ffrl to the house, admonishing Campbellsvllle. her that she would get her clothes Mrs. Wilt Ilurch of Stanford and Sam wet Itr.tbo spring fe'euae. Burcb, of Tucalooea, Ala, were visi The Messri'. Uankl'n would havo, tors at the Crab Orchard Springs this th& alightest aho tV.'ty&ro, UP week. sign of fight or flight, but did not Mrs. Uabe, Addsms and children, of caro to take his life In such a cold Frankfort are vlsljlag her .mother citizens blood and being Mrs. Jaiie Buchanan. and realizing that ft were beat tor all to lake It "STTss Annie Hronaugh has returned that. the lav bV allowed course, desfsted from violence of nnyj from London after attending the fair , vlultlng her many friends ot that orL and simply told Mm to accom-- and pany them to town. It waa with some little city. trouble, hcpvever that 80mo ot lll Not a minute should be lost when hotter heads, were resralnod from Negro at once, but rea-- ( a child shows symptoms ot croup. shooting the Cough Remedy given son prevailed and ther started for Chamberlain's hint 'in a buggy, sevoral, as soon as the child becomes hoarse. town with croupy cough ap- riding on horse back with loaded or even after the Sold poors, will prevent the attack shotguns. rifles, and McKocb-bIby Penny's Drug Store. Near the home, of Squire. at Hubble, .Sheriff McCarty and cla hus-band- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlurrhoea Remedy Is today the best known medicine in use for the relief It and cure ot bowel complaints. cures griping, diarrhoea, dysentery, and should be taken at tho first unnatural looseness ot the bowels. It Is equally valuable for children and adults. It always cures; Sold by Penny's Drug Store. A special from Glasgow aayar "Win, Bridges a farmer, lost, two yalu able cows in a peculiar manner. Mr. Bridges had been working the road and brought home two sticks of dynamite in his wagon. Ho drove under the shed la his barn and left the wagon for the nlgbL NYhen ho wout oat to milk tho next morning he found both lylag dead, and a plce of chewed dynamite told the story." a prominent Richard Williams, young mnu, aged 23 and Miss Lucy Cummins, the popular and attractive daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gun mlns, of Preacher8VlIle, were Joined In wedlock's holy bonds on Saturday, John B. Howard, who is 42 years ors meets here next time and they old nnd a nephew of Berry Howard, a good man like Mr. Maddox to was mn.nied on Saturday to Miss Kat want receive and turn the keys of the city le L. Simpson, aged 26. This was to the visiting hosts. Mr. MadMr. Howard's fourth matrimonial oier dox has made a most satisfactory ofventure. ficial and is one of the big men of James L Young, aged 19 a son ot He is president ot the Mrs. Ueorge V. Young, of Atlanta. Mr. and American National Bank, and has the Highland, and Miss Mamie Chestnut, aged t6, received license and will be handsomest home In the suburbs of this great city. He is a man among marriedt today at the home of Reu men and a mayor of whom the people helm Young. are Justly proud. The present hab surpassed all ::: FOR SALEl ::: ether years In building here. At presor contracts Small well ruproved farm outside ent over 15,000,000 worth town limits between Stanford and are being, carried out here, and they of acres good IncludVvory kind ot building from a Rowland containing 25 million-dolla- r hotel now barn fine chap cottage to a bouse, out houses Is being constructed at the corner oi young orchard, water at house and barn. Vou.!d make a good dairy or Peach'tree ahdPoco da Leon Ayes, and will be the most beautiful, hotel truck farm for right man. exceptug a few, I also have farm ot 104 acres ot uu building, In tho South., bind situated on Dlx river ct Pagler a Winter hotels in Florida. Improved ' and county road. This land Is all in Joseph" Gating, an old Atlanta man grass except 16 acres which is In cultl but uw one or New Yorl.City's multiHe va'tlou. This land will grow fine to millionaires, is the promoter. corn and has some fine tlm loves thectty f.Q( lived iatof bacco or ber on it Will sell cheap and make la ana inienas to ao a ,goou pan oi terms to suit the purchaser or will 1L. This will glvj'A(Ta"nbia number .the hotels.,. Including For infor or trade for town property. Klmballj matlon write or call op me at Row Plediaoptjv the Aragon. the hs liminhrmn Inn qnit'tilimliap tf nth. Frank Cordier. land re-el2 .hjfch.-grado., No sooner had the gubernatorial primary been disposed of than a race for mayor and other city offices was be?un. The present mayor, Mr. R. F, Maddox, declined to stand for tlon but since he took the convention of mayors at SL Paul by storm, At lanta people regardless of porty have begun a canvass for thlm. The national Convention of may i VI occupants escaped unhurt. So thoroughly Impressed with bis studies was Master William Brown when he retired Friday evening that later in the night he aroso from bla couch ot rest and wended bis way to the scoolhouse on the hill. When he arrSvsi at the place of destlaatloa h"? aw oke. Mr. George W. Tucker, sold JrQJmsa. to Mr. Geo. W., Coulter for Vhlyh. he received, ten cents, a pounds Moore received the same price from 'the same party ror five. I was .E, sadly disappointed at thq fall-tir- e Jrs. INSURANCE THAT INSURES g It Is with pleasure that we reconv mend Jesso p. Wearen, the Insurance Man, Stanford, K., and the compan lea represented by him tor their prompt attention and liberal settle ment of. losses. (S)gnedJt P. & T. 1). HAMMONbS. o Start to rid yourself ot catarrh today. Breathe Hyouiel; It will cure you. Ask 0. L. Penny about It. He outfit In- Kuarantoes It. Complete cludlug inhaler $1 Separate bottle t0c The Carlisle Advocate says '.!. W. employed at the Blue (ira.n Poultry House,, khled 90 roojtors ,in 6 mluules. Martin, Jim aud Wllliim Frederck picked them In tt mlautei. That's golug some Isu't it. Mastlu the J. J., suvoral uru- cleg on tAeJIte.pr'Judgja M,(f auRey and1 have 'fel.t'like 'shaking hands with anf congratulating ttjose .f'rquh,wose pens they came. l( have, added, my amW lo eacl; "of (hem jand jtp'uliL! &q Justl90 (9 (be life of the' honorable, would add ono and honored dead more laiirel to his wreath. He was a great, man and a, mos riarJi,,l,le iu many ways. His death is a blow that will ba felt in the good State ot Kentucky for years to come. May time assuage the grief ot those who loved and respected him who sleeps lu bcMnti ul Buffalo cemetery. 1 T'i- - read In ' have . , of either Hon. P. M. McIloberU or Judge Geo. M. Davison to, receive the appointment, to the plaqe. mad vacant by the death of Judge M, C. Baufley. Both are good men and I had et my heart on hearing that one or the other o them had 'Uqded the persimmon,. . la my opinion either would haye. filled., ihA "exalted position unit of, acceptably, , us Judga Jwfs L, vyalker, ,r,wasu Just a .little partial to. Mr,. McIJoberts,, who haa doae more work tor his party and gotten leas tbaa any member of the Q. O. PNI know of. The refusal ot Mr. McIloberU to to to London when 4fos Jaw' tiamlet ilurjng tho stormy scene at Frankfort ' o'i'd hae procured the a..po'.r.:i$ut,l;r him rutber than have defeated TiTm. Republicans have a strange way ot doing things though and their waya are ways of mystery. I hope yet to see Mr. McRoberU honored Tailor adjourned Ue legislature to that little mountain tttil B. a WALTON jjMwrtwmnfty:wwj''lliy!!? 7 "T t rAOE TWO wrTw:nxi 1872. mr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL T0W5DAV, BBPTHMBBJl 0, ItllO. V 'l The VERY Interior Journal. Established TUESDAY $1 AND FRIDAY At Fer Year la Advance. 8AUFLEY HELTON Publisher Entered at the Post Office at Stanford, Ky., as Second Class mall. There Is a quiet tip out here thnt State Auditor Frank P. James Is gotn ing to write a letter ot apology our new Circuit Judge Lewis L. Walker, or the unrestrained method Mr, Jumes employed In discussing the appointment of Mr. Walker to the Judgeship by Acting Governor Cox. Mr James Is said to have been reminded that It was Mr. Walker who placed his nnrue before the republican state convention as a candidate for auditor, and that It was through Senator Bradley's Influence, wielded at Walk er's request that put James over the plate for the nomination and gave hlra the Job he now holds. We do not know the truth ot all this, but n mighty reliable little bird whose roost Is In the rafters of a certain log cabin vouches for it all. So It docs seem that politicians sometimes have clghty short memories. man of letters, as an artist and a sculpter he has rare talents and great knowledge. Knowing blm intimately for 'more than twenty years of his pub lie life he never ceased to surprint) us with the Inllnlto variety of his knowledge and his absolute correctnets and thoroughness. Taking him In the breadth and scope of his mind and tn the versatility of his talents wc are fully persunded thnt there docs not live In the South n greater man than J Proctor Knott. He is as great as were Deck, Carlisle, Hill, of Georgia, ho were his or Lnmar, ot Mississippi colleagues in Congress. On his 80th blrthdn) we take off our hut to tin "Grand Old Man" of Kentucky nnd our dear old friend, J. Proctor Knott EllrnbcUitCAVn Fall hni Winter Suitings My new fall and winter samples are now ready for your Inspection. They comprise the beat on the market I can suit nny one as to prlco who bns his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure Is preferable To have to ready mado clothes. them made to measure doesn't rost nny more thnn ready made when quality nnd fit Is considered. Come in and let me tnko your measure. II. C. ituplcy, the Practical Tallor.5 "Can be depended upon" Is nn expression we all like to hear, and when it Is used In connection with Colic, Cbolcrn nnd Diarrhoea ltemedy It means that It never tails to cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel complaints It Is pleasant to take and equally valuable for children and adults Bold by Penny's Drug Store Cham-berlaln's News. 1 1 i Good News "I write lo tell you the good news that Cardul has helped me so much and I think it is lust worth its weight In gold," writes Mrs. Maryan Marshall, of Woodstock, Oa. 1 ao nope and trust that ladies who are suffering as I did, will take Cardui, for it has been a Ood's blessine to me. and will certainly help every. lady who is suffering." L HVHHPAjijfi ffmmmSKKjOS Wt' ii. 'flgHgsaV-- . tHTVHaV TtftsaL HaV a t .: sV CJ OLEPA KILLS lavsT Don't let thit mott destructive of all Infectious ditcaitt get a "grip" on your flock. A few drop i of ' JlT ?G3saaaBaleEpygW - celebrated birthday at his home in Lebanon Monday. He Is the "Grand Old Man" of Kentucky and we trust that having lived for four score years, that he may be spared for many days yet to come and that they may all be days o5 peace nnd contentment. J. Proctor Knott was not only the greatest man tfcat this district ever sent to Congress, but the entire State never had nn abler, a more brilliant or more honest man In the Halls of Congress. His name Is known from one end of this country to the other. As the Chairman of the Judiciary Committee of the House he ranked with Jerry Black as the first constitutional lawyer or the country. As a debater on the floor he was a match for James G- - Blaine. As a saUrest he was In a class all by himself and his Duluth speech has never been equaled in the English language. As a ....... wlmifc. Knott quietly Proctor J. SOth "OUR GRAND OLD MAN." liU BOURBON POULTRY CURE i CARDUI The Woman's Tonic No matter If you suffer from headache, backache pains in arms, shoulders and legs, dragging-dow- n feelings, etc., or if you feel tired, weary, worn-oand generally miserable Cardul will help you. It has helped thousands of other weak, sick ladies and if you will only give it a trial, you will be thankful ever after. ut and prevent! Cholera, Umberneck. Roup and other existing forms of poultry diseases, and puts fowls in prime condition for rnm a k.ftl maL 13nallnna of medicine. nniiltrv rai.rr ahould keeD a bottle of this medicine on hand. in the drinking water curea Prv H.B. Northcott. LANCASTER, BUYER OF KY. All Kinds of Farm Produce 9- -1 10-12-1- Stanford Branch T. K. Tuaor, M'g'r. WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: Cc 00S5 ukk.vzvzk.-z&zw- z eS f(SSfSSSS&S&S We Have This Season Ileus Springers Turkeys Ducks, per lb Roosters, per lb Hides per lb Feathers Ginseng, per lb Yellow Itoot, per lb 1 3c 7- -8 lc c 7c 0c .25 5--5 He A few more days and you will be looking for that new Fall suit; and we just want to remind you that we are ready for you, with a beautiful lot to select from. Of course you know that BROWNS are the thing this time, with blue serges and blacks always good. Our prices range from $10 to $30 and as good tailoring as a needle and machine will make. 15- -t $5 00 11-- 51 I.IME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR HRii?UCE. Phone 153 We can please you. H. J. McRoberts. 3B3EmZ8!3eE!33!333. O. L. Pennv It. II. Coffey E. R. Coleman J. & Riddle f( ' si ! CRAB ORCHARD, KY. vSaa4Id 1 J V I Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and am paying today ror: Hens a l. to 10c Kgijs 13c 11 stir mil GalKV' ' "LJ. S3 l...i"l I ' Ice Cream Soda Water J A r CHOOSING Is T5t?5j3fci7PH'vfflw)iiw i y Springors Roasters Turkeys Ducks , .. to ,.5 to 12 C 11 5 The Hoosier Drill With All llldos Feathers 3 15 to ISc 7 to Sc to 7c to 43c th. Latest Improvements Meal, Flour, Ship Stuff and Chick sn Feed for sale or In exchange for an easy matter every stle, fo.-- every usa ,mt nt ubout any prlc. Tl-- only whip you tnnnot get here Is a poor one Ho whips have none of that Kind. aro only a sample of our harness and all kinds of horse goods. You II tlnd tho latter lust as good as the wmps and equally moderate in price J. C, McCLARY, Stanford, Ky. O-j- r WHIP. hero Wo have Fk S3 iaie: -- t Grape Juice And Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. Produce. Phone 20. . We can make it to your interest to vau us a call. FARMERS I, , ii. nn . i iii EBS&BSBBB2B92EeHR J,L.Beaz!ey&Co., W. A. TRIBBLE, Furniture and Undertaking. INSURANC E 18 A LADDER Read This if You Have Sheep. B& Mutton v? TUt' whar. prolU are la ebeea J nutior. Bat tod cannot rt th. hi oroflta nnleaa nn kaan vAnF.nimiU Lmmbm-Mo- HBHB case way you Day Fhone 28. Kight Phone 133. Stanford, KenturKr. More Wool-M- ar ro M A LUXURIOUS NECESSITY irn iran worm. will poalUral clean crot lb worm, not ODlf lo jour ibMp, but in er.rr otbar aslmaloo fflDr Clara. Thfa wnn4 wn.k. taf rtmadr will dMtror and txptl .T.rr j lalworai.leaTtDrUianlmalfraatodlfeat am iMwiuiw BT.r7 uuoc. 01 rooa 11 eU. Jfl mtl-V-tt la a wond.rful lonle and too- dHioo.rj It coat tot 111 ot a not a day J3 tier bead to lead. fm mi-- vt ii mannraciarea or toe Cleveland, O. J The care you give stock, especially in feeding, la returned to you ten fold in good hard cash. Keep your Horses, Cows, Sheep and Hogs in good condition and free from worms by feeding Stock Repay m Caro (n every homo Is a handsome sanitary appointed bathroom. It adds to the Joy and comfort of living, Keeps doctor's bills down too. Wo are prepared to put one In for you and when you get jour figures you won't find thorn nearly so high as you expect. save the premiums and insure yourself. What If a fire should coma today, tomorrow or next week? How much would you have to build a new house? 1M us insure you today. STAN hy which you escape ruin in of flro. It is the only rational In which you can protect 'what own. Don't argue that you'll UnderUKers and Em halm. ers. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugt. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds 'of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. CONCRETING Weareln poiitlontodoall klndi of con eretlni, anch at Mock Work. 1'arementa and. tn tact, we can make any thins from a home down to a fenoe poat. We can terre guarantee nrit-clayou promptly and work aud material. (Jail and get our prloei tMlore you buy your material at leait. ti ." FORD. . KENTUCKY W. K. WARNER, Phone 189, Stanford, Ky, I ii SAHVET This wonder working medicated salt is easy to feed and coats but little. Itputa tho animals' stomachs and intestines in perfect condition, so that every particle of food is digested and assimilated. Sat'Vet does its work quickly and positively. A package for 76 cents. It b aanufectvr t, s. R. FeU Ob, lMssaKPlalsWk 'aSHSSSHSSasliSSSSTlt'SSt laaflattl " Fish & Pennington, Stanford. Ky.. PhoneJOO Dealer In and Jlanult ;turer of It you have anything toetll Marble and Granite Monu- Harry Jacobs, ments, PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. in the ssssssssssssssssssssv'SsTtl STOCK Take to Mar LINE Nunncllcy's New Stock Yards Eel every day in the year except Sunday. Bring on MEZaM your etock, Best market in l the State with plenty of outside of Louisville or Lexington. ed aud water be st covered pen.,' STANFORD, KY. We ako do a general hitch and feed business. J He buyfnnd Sal.Yot $m moU hy CfcTtknd. Ohio. yAmmm e Pence BrOS.,stanford, Ke.tu:y. , Cemetery and Law' Omce and worki, Mo Kinney, Ky, OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION GOTO Aug. 29 8ept. 24, 1910. A magnificent parade will take Oanon'a Heitaurant Itttncatter, Street BtnnforU. K. 3 noun to pass a given point will Xleoli terved at al I boura up to 11 ;30.r. . ilett place lu wn tor a good quick mark the opoulng of tho Ohio Valley meal, Exposition, Aug. 29th 1910. Special Cooking to ault our customer! our ipeclalty low rates to Cincinnati, O., via the Hplendld new line of faney Q. & C, route have been placed in Qroccflea. effect. Ask ticket agent for particu- Uot Oollee, Bandwicbea, plei, nutter milk lars. W, A. Heckler, deneral lessen and iweet milk, etc., stall tlinei. ger Agent, Clnclnoatl, U. ken and I'oita Vaieaamj uttei. When Hungry 1 V. A. CARSON, Prp. r 7K VT"- p-- - w -- "V TI" J "" -- r '' THR INTRItlOR v, - -- t uv , . TUESDAY, SKITEMHEil 6, 1V10. JOUKNAL PAGE THREE 3 we-wil- "iff . rr r s Wc liavc Just place J on sale about filty new Fall Suits In the newest weaves and colors. The workmans'ilp Is as good as human hands can do. If you paid the price we ask for the ready made suit, for the making alone, you would not get any better workmanship. viiffe,.,r-iv- mii't'jnr .. s??i. ' .,r,"" r- - .'TWiex r""r fmostrt ; &;$&.& .j: .w."v. jib 4 h 0 t. ',-- New Tailored Suits New Skirts It Is about tlmi for a new skirt and we have them in all the new designs. If you should not find just what you want in our large stock, l make you a skirt to your measure. We fit others; wc can fit you. Si Everybody Can Give Advice But few like to take it. So wc wont tell you what you ought to do but simply invite you to look at our goods and get our prices and use your own judgment as to whether you buy or not. We arc making great preparations for Fall and will offer superior advantages to buyers of Dry Goods, Shoes and Carpets. :f.r fvZ .-- SEVERANCE & SON, - Stanford, Kentucky. d. t Lost, new line of 25c box pa-- I Mr. 0. R. Colemnn was down from land Mary-JiStraub took In Iho Ex- nctnrn ladles' coat on Lancaster pike, to this office and receive Tnlues at Fcnn's Drue uic mine to upend a few days with , position at ClnclnnaU last week his family Wore. Is at home nttt Mss Dora Straub Lost, a pair of gold frame glasses Kev. H. o. Heck and wife havo re- a dcllEhtful tour of Europe. She visitIn Stanford, Saturday evening turned to their hoiue In Wnco, Texas, ed four foreign cpuntrlcs While over to this office. PERSONALS after a visit to relatives here. the water. For Sale The house on East Main Mesdames W. 11. McKlnney nnd , The Ladles' Aid Society of the J. U. Stanley, of Hubble, mado n IletUo McKlnney have returned from t'resbyterlan church will meet Friday street known as the Pennington place. Apply to T. W. Pennington. 'rtrlp up to Livingston Saturday. Elixir Springs. afternoon nt "J o'clock with Mrs. Oco. Mrs. 11. r. Hawkins Is at the MUs Lena Palmer has arrived to D, Hopper. I want 1500 nice tomatoes by TuesMudlavla Hotel, Kramer, Indiana, for resume her duties In the Stanford Mr. Ned Smith, of Norfolk, Va , a day, Sept. C. Will pay highest mara' tbort stay (or her health. Graded School. former Stanford boy, Is tho guest of ket price. Ueo. H. Farrls Stanford. MIps Ida Adams has returned from Mrs. J, W, Hayden has returned to bis uncle, Mr. Hallcy Hill and family. Vcr- For Kent A iHrge storeroom" on n,lx weeks tour of Europe Mt. her home n Paris alter a short visit Mrs. J. U. Smith and pretty little non Signal. to her mother, Mrs. Pcrmella Ilrown baby. Alice More, hove rcturnid Main and Liberty streets, Hustonvllle i Taylor and wire, of Dan. :, Mitchell A little daughter has arrived nt home niter a month's visit to ho; Is In ilrst class shape. Apply to J, J. 62-Tllle, have been hero this week. They thi homo of Dr. and Mrs. W. N. Craig parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. (Jooch Allen, Hustonvllle. , were formerly of Ilurnlde. Somcr-ac- t on Logan avenue. She has been nam- MUs Saiah Curtis, ot Zluslonvllle. A pleasant evening Is promised for Tims. ed Nancy Chcnault. went home with Mrs. Smith nnd will Sept 9th. Come and help a worthy Mr. Jesse M Alverson returned this spend a few months In Morrow, 'Ja 'Mr. J. D Had Is (siting his daURh-ter- , cause. Mrs. W. M. Ilrown nt Mill Springs morning from n week end visit In Miss LUIIe B. Oreer, the attractive Hill Jennings sold his farm of 43 and attorning tbo Way no county fall Mlllcrsburg. Frankfort News. little daughter of Mr and Mrs. V I acres between Hustonvllle and More-lan- d '' Mrs. C. Mower has returned homo Oreer, of Perry Wo, won the 15 ROld to a Mr. Cooror of Wayne for Jlov. Homer W. Carncntor nnd Mrs. niter n two weeks' vlclt to friends In pleco at tho Perryvllle fair for being $5,000. Carpenter have roturncd homo after spending a month at Stanford Crab Cincinnati. the prettlost girl baby. She Is ten Miss Kottro, who will nave charge months old and s n grnn.l daughter The tax books lor 1910 are nw nnd other points In Orchard Springs ot the music department nt the city of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Oreer of this city rnily. Settle now nnd avoid tho rush .Kentucky. Shelby Record. and confusion of waiting until the latt Columbus, school, lias returned. Mlsi.es Pearl and Hnnnih Aldildpo day. W. L. McCarty, Sheriff. r Mr. K. I. Oirly, of Mrs. Annie Engloman and daugh- aro visiting friends n llarbourvlllc Ca,, has been the guest ot hi father Lost Plain gold bracelet, Reward D. J. U. Owsley for sovcral dnys. ters, Mrs. Nanie Woods Kitchen and Ihey attended tho fair in that place tor return to this office. MUs Sue Taylor Encleman are at lost week nnd received two premiums Judge Lewis I Walker, of Lancaster, spent Monday hero. He was Crab Orchard Springs for the week. on Monlinclllck and Ficnch embroiThe most reliable system renovator Mln May Morfett, of Lebanon, Is dery. restores vitality, regulates the kid'congratulated by his friends here upneys system. Recommended by the guest of Misses Settle and Mnttle Mr. Thomas Oooch, of, Hay county, your and on his appointment as Judge. druggist as the best. Sush as Missouri, has been the guest of his Hollster'fc Hocky Mount !n Tea. He one of the most Puxton, Col. L. I Sanders, Ilev. C. D. Tillman And daughter, cousin Mr. W. T. Oooch and olucr re' Tea or Tablets. Shugars and Tanner. progressive business men In the East Miss' Jewell Tillman, who have been atlves In the West End. The Monday. End, was here An exchange by the ladles of the camp meeting t father went from Kentucky ti Christian cbur.h Miss EtU With, of Urodbend, Is conducting tbo lll be helj nt the Monday to Missouri In the early duys and this the guest of Dr. W. II. O'Uannon and Jumbo, took the train here furniture establishment of J. L. Ileaz-lereturn to their home In Atlanta, Ua. Is Mr. Gooch's first visit to bis family. Saturday afternoon next, at which Miss Agnes Long, of Harrodsburg, old home. Us AIi Thompson rcttirnod to many things of value and many (Mt Vernon Monday after a month's who has charge or the, sixth grade things food to eat will be on sale. Slut to her cousin, Miss Kftnnle at the city school, has arrived and Short Local News. Thompson In Danville. Miss Thomp- will maks her home with Mrs. Lela Your complexion as well as your Cook for the winter. Miss Long Is U.e son accompanied her homo temper Is rendered miserable by a certifiUuff Orphlngton oochercls for ale. disordered liver. By taking Chambe Her. II. It. Noel attended the Hap- - possessor of a life teacher's 63-of C C. Wltrrrs. tlst Association at Ilrodhead Saturd- - cate, a very high recommendation Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets you reports a most enjoyable her ability. day. H und can Improve bottfj Sold by Penny's nnn't fml "to sec "Diamonds Sunday had The Courer-Journand profitable gathering. Drug Store. Hearts" Irlday evening. Sept J. Miss Ilobcrta O'Uannon left last this announcement, which will be ot wee JufW 'West Point, Miss, whoro much Intel cyt here, wheie the bride- on Main PUBLIC RENTING' For SfcVsklll bold tho chair of Ureck and to be wns born and lived for many street recently occupied by 'JoldsWln. I" The A. O. Chrlsman farm of 90 the Stato College there this rears with her.. parents. Mr. and Mrs Apply to 11. C. Haughntan. Lnt ..- . acres with good improvements, lying Albert u. tasiianu announce mu trnissr if37i. V. llutcheson. of llrodhcad. garment of their daughter. Miss Ad- - Aro jou going to help tho cause ot one mile oast ot Morelaml Station Mr. Samuel homo missions by attending the on the Cincinnati Southern railroad was hsVc Monday looking for a houso die Chrlsler Eaulnnd to on Friday afternoon September Uth ..... f.,,.n. mnvna-( Caldwell Walker, of Perryvllle. The home talent play? ..... . ....... ...w."Will lit, lO UVUIU' will bo rented to the highest bidder. hor within n short time, her hus- - w coding will tttKo placo In October. Don't forget the sale of Mrs. Nan- at 2 o'clock in front of Hunn & Cof Mrs. n L. Davison and daughter. of tho new i.in ti. muhlcr premises nt fey's store Moreland. Margaret, nnd Miss Mlnnlo Stranb nie U. Oood land on tbo State Hank and Trust Company 'i 30 on Sept. 10. See ad. Seven acres to be sown In wheat, Found Pair ot 'noso glasses In a or ryo and about three acres to be case. Owner can get same by identi- cultivated In co'rn or tobacco the balance In grass and meadow. fying and paing for ths ad. Tonus on day of sale. very fine bull Kmbry had n Sam-J- . EDWARD ALCORN, Exor. dog killed by n train last week. A. G. Chrlsman t Tho 2fth of this' month Is 8-2day for tiling claims to bo allowed at Deafness Tbers li a en, special CALDWELL JONES. lie-tur- n A special from Cazcnovla, N. Y. to tho Courier Journal says: "Tho enl, gagement of Mrs. Tllllo Uraudt Col-wel- 8 of this place, and Ureckcnrldgo Jones, n SL Louis banker and descend ant of a distinguished family, was announced hero The marriage will tako place the latter part of September. Mrs. Colwell who was bofn in St. Louis, Is tho daughter of Col. Joshua D, Rrandt, who won his title r by gallant service lu of 1812. The grandfather, John Drandt, served with honor In the Revolutionary War. The brldfrelcct's mother was MU3 Sarah Denton, nlccc of Senator Tfaos. tho-wa- The first home grown watermelons appeared on the local market this last week and wcro sold at very good prices. According to those who will have them for the market this year, tho crop will bo better than last season, .although the rain retarded the growth and they aro now about tea days late. Cantaloupes ore In abundance and about up to the average. I ' l YOU CAN BUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year. Let us fill your, bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. for-mer- 's ordinary ability and achievements are appreciated even by competitors. After finishing n scholastic course In Kentucky, his nattve State, he taught school and studied law. Tho potential influence is the result of his own efforts, and his advancement has not altered the democratic spirit which Imbued him at the beglnnlns of his career." Mr. Jones is a- - former resident of Danville, and has many friends here who extend congratulaUons. H. Benton Mr. Jones president and counsel of the Mississippi Valley Trust Company and a telephone magnate, is one of tho most successful and esteemed finan ciers In tho South and West. His extra Phone 11. J. H. Baughman& Co. 1 y -- .it J' w jmmmmmm m wmmmmm m othmb Jjj FALL FANCIES! New Fall Clothes. Take a look at the Fresh Ones Just In, Do they look "Ready Made?' No indeed See how nicely they are tailored, how well they fit, and how becoming Yet they are not expensive $10 to $20. ! ! 7 7X 4 j5 Hent-Storcr- ooi'i i ... ' .,.i A HINT TO THE WISE. Atlanta, Ga., Cummins & Wearen, Stanford, Ky., 1, b the-las- 19 10 W. E. PERKINS, . ' u Tner u only one war tho October term of the nscai conn. by local application., car. thr cannot rcarh Um portion ol to. to growors will Und coke an Uearaea. la rauM4 by an Inflamed cuoditkm ol tne Tobacco muroua Itnlnf ot the Euitarnlan Tube. Whtn Ideal fuel fo'r drying tobacco. Write tube to Inflamed you have a rumbllM aound or tola htartnr. (Ky.) as Light um a lb. mult,and when It to entirely cloned. Deal. or phone usranvillo and unln. toe Inflammation can bo Comnany. Cannot Be Cured ' 5,,""' Gents: U.ti V have worn shoes all 'my life," J never had a real pair until I bought X- Special." If you l) your ."Fellow-Craf- t have another pair same as last, let me Iknow and I will'send you money order for $3.50. And if you do not have my size-istock, cdn you get them for me Yours truly. at once. , R. A. P . Atlanta, Ga. We have just received the above letter and it shows what our customers On nccount of so many ooaruen and my children starting to school, villi not set a Court Day uiuner uim. V A carsou. month. m . ... i' vty taaen out and thto tube rMtnrmi in its nnm.t mw.i tlon. nrarlnt mil be dntrored torevtr rime curt t OUt Ol &r MUM! DY rfelirrh- - whtrh 1. nnthin. t tut inami condition oi it mucoui .urt We will sin Ooe Hundred Knot k"urc4 (wum or um Catarrh Cure. Send r.ir circular, tree. L L. R. Hughes CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY J I u tJ tiit r. j. cunscv co.Toieu Bri, I. IW. Taa. Uall'i Tamily riUa tor comtlpaUon. a T. V. Humble W. O. Martin woaoaao & oooo ooo OO O 0 vtJ00O 0 NEW FALL gingham: very-beautiful 1 f think of our $3.50 SPECIAL SHOE. FARMERS THINK OP THIS I All grain deposited the surao depth. This boo travels tho No loose dirt can fall into the fursame depth ns tho dia row until nfrcr the eccd is pepoeited. No wcl ever comes iu Come in nud look ut it. oan'jct with the dit-e-. We have just received line of New Fall Ginghams. Band trimming and colored Embroidery to match. Also afull line ofblue grass Madras in all colors. Cal;and see them before you buy. HUGHES, MARTIN i & CO., 1 Cummins & Wearen, 6. W. H. " STANFORD, KENTUCKY. katttft HI COINS, Stanford, Kentucky. &&& .Jt. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, 1 $:' wi l aTANFORD, KENTUCKY jglijJMagtSitM&Mi'iwft taMkMHMMMa.a2tfHaflMBMaMi ..H liwuwuih iiihww ,v4Bwesii iUiVTniwfiifi riTMatMttiTnri i4asVjJBL(tt wwiwiii .i jttm a mA V. . WPIWWI WMWM.W1I1 UjMMaH4ttMMJIitkMBUiajil'ttttaiWn f 'iM,. iiiarfiini-'.- . ,t Tuttfi' rmi ' ',f V " - t PAGE FOUIL TH8 INTHRtOR JOURNAL rUK80AY, BEPTBMBKIt 6, 1110 Complete Dispersal Sale Griffon Suit. Baltimore Alndc The Homact" VII Watch That Good Clothes. Of The Finest Herd of Mules And Brood Mares In i My Fall line, more complete limn ever, is now ready lor your inspection. Call by and ask to sec the only "make" that fits like Tailor-mad- e clothes. ALL WOOL, Cen-I "" ai SWBISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBBSSSSV BsssssssssssssssssssssssssssBissBr m MflBBsasissssssM 'aa-- BBSSSSSSS! SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. SEE ME ' Si' Hal tral Kentucky ! 130 X .'.jaaHBBHiHi. . W .Jsaaaan MULES AND BROOD MARES Having Sold My Home Farm And Deciding to Change My Business, 1 - 130 i 81 About That New Suit. Just Received a Big Line. Will Sell Publicly On WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7th lf 10, m ME to-wi- mile South of the Beginning at 9 o'clock a. m. Sharp, at my Home Farm, one-haRailroad Station, on Somerset street, Stanford, Ky., the following property, t: L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. m ONE JACK, NAMED SAMtCN, 4 " Six Years Old, sired by Bill Goebel; he by the great Joe Blackburn, that sold for $1,825. Samson is the CHAMPION .MULE JACK OF KENTUCKY, his colts having won more premiums at the Kentucky State Fair, the Blue Grass Fair and several Central Kentucky Fairs Danville, Harrodsburg, Lexington, Lawrenccburg and Perryville n, '08 and '09 than any other jack's colts; as well as at the Lancaster, Fairs, this year, the only fairs at whichthey have been shown to date. This Jack Will be Sold at 1 o'clock SHARP! YOUR CHANCE For A jirjgriifci-- . BARGAIN This Raifc Fir tnly j half of them Mares. Nearly all broken to work, Twenty Colts, half of them Mares, 16 Yearlings; half of them Mares; 20 including Six Pairs, Well Mated, Fourteen Mules, from 3 to 8 years old, including one pair Premium Horse Mules that weigh'3,900 lbs, Twenty of the above are show mules. I Have Won 175 Premiums in '03, '09 and '10 to date, which is more than any other brteder or dealer in this State can say. All the mules I won the premiums on, except three, I sold last fall, are in this Sale. s; S24.25. See -- - A r- 60 BROODMARES 3 6 Bred 2 it Jacks, 2 2 2 Forty to My Great Mule Jack, Samson. 60 geo. ii. mm. 2 It 20 10 10 4 51.7&10-YEAR-OLD- DRAFT STOCK; WEIGHT ABOUT 1.100 LBS. DRAFT STOCK; WEIGHT FROM 1,100 to 1,200 LBS. DRAFT STOCK; WEIGHT FROM 1,100 TO 1,400 LBS. to DRAFT STOCK; WEIGHT FROM 1,100 to 1,500 LBS. to Draft STOCK; WEIGHT FROM 1,100 to 1,600 LBS. 14 to DRAFT STOCK; WEIGHT FROM 1,110 Jo 1,600 LBS. to SMOOTH MOUTHED; 4 4 4 2 ONE-HALF FINE FARM FOR flRLE IKAtcd on tbo ntnntord pad pike containing- - 138 acres well watered, one hundred acres In grass CO acres for wheat. This, land produces tine tobacco, corn and wheat A fine young orchard of one hundred bearing fruit trees, a modern now six room house, cistern at 'doorcetlar and all neccsary outbuildings.- - 'two tenant houses, large barn, new silo, free 'mall delivery, three hundred yards to school, 1 miles to union church. V. K. DUhon, Will make terms eaiy KUn ford. Ky Ilox 41 Phone 8 ring . 2 HAVE COLTS THIS YEAR THAT MOST OF THESE MARES ARE WELL BROKEN TO WORK ANYWHERE; AND ABOUT AT THIS SALE; AND THE OTHERS WERE BOUGHT IN THE SPRING IN INDIANA, ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI. 4 DON'T YOU NEED A FEW BROOD MARES? THERE IS NO STOCK ON.THE FARM THAT WILL PAY BETTER THAN A FW GOOD THAT WILL RAISE W5 TO $125 MULE COLTS. THAT'S WHAT THEY ARE BRINGING IN KENTUCKY TODAY AND THERE HAS TO DRAFT BLOOD. THEY HAVE BETTER SNEVER BEEN SUCH A DEMAND. THE BEST COLTS ARE OUT OF MARES WITH FROM XBONE AND WEIGHT AND 90 PER CENT OF THE SHOW MULES ARE OUT OF SUCH MARES. WILL BE SOLD - 4 2 SIX A CHOICE SHETLAND PONIES. AND KITCHEN FEW FARMING IMPLEMENTS; HOUSEHOLD FURNMURE, INCLUDING SOME STIRRING TIMES. ALL-TERM- t HANDSOME ANTIQUE FURNITURE, THIS WILL 1 BE AN ABSOLUTE CLOSING OUT BALE OF MY MOLES, BROODMARES, In ETC. S WILL HAVE CONVEYANCES All sums of S10 MEET ALL TRAINS ON SALE DAY. DINNER WILL BE SERVED AT THE HOUSE TO we are having In the bulldlug lino. We carry a full line, ot lime, plaster, giv- Notice Tor the nixt 20 days wo will sell our tobacco hogsheads at mill ac 11.10 each. Wo also have some rino white and brown leghorn' cockerels ror. sale. Kings Mountain FlAnlnx fttlh 1Tl.tl.a WUUUIAIU! tW n, SVIHtt IfnMNl.ln and under, cash hand; over AUCTIONEERS credit of 6 months with 6 per cent Interest frorn date of sale; purchaser ' ing a bankable note. 4$ I. M. DUNN and T. O. ENGLISH. $10 a Je H. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Fresh cow for sale. Apply io Mrs Staiiford, Ky. the county, sonietlcne since estimated crop their leld at a full and since thy favorable conditions ol C. H. Coleman. s the lafct few weeks u Horop harvester for sale. In good yield will rery likely be the goon e condition. W. A. Trlbble, of the cultlvatois of this weed For Sale. A well Improved farm In the Paint Lick section. of 20 acres, near Mt. Safera, household 'and kitchen furniture, stock, and A GOOD POSITION. farming tools. P. II. Voodon.,ML Salem; Ky. , Can beliad by ambitious young men M&eV & Huffman, of Danville purot hogs of and ladles ln'thj field fit J Wireless chased a buch ' or Kaflwar" Wle'graphy.' Since1 tie 8- It. liHubble at 8 cents. .offpctlvo. anil since hnnp Innr hiviino Foe,; Sale. Ulaclr mare wltbfftly colt by her side. Sound. the wlretesg' companies are establish ing stations throughout tnq country Jws.ll. Sartatn. , FoVVs'ale. S6w and V pigs, H. L. there li a great shortage 9' telegraph-enPositions pay beginners from T0 Hustonvtlle. Berry or Wasted cattle to graze 70 acres ot to J'JO per month, with good chanco The National TeleadvaacemenU goodjbluo graas. 11. L. Uerry. graph Institute operates six ofUclal 'supervisFor Sale High grado 8ouUdown Institutes In America under n. It. and Wireless OtflclaU and ltenlck cross- ion ram llauibs. Fisher posies. ,Mrs. MatUe II. Hewes, Moreland, and places all graduates Into tions. It will pay you to write them ,n n No 1. Dox 49 Kir O., ot) TUa Walkers, or .upper Garrard, lh for full details at Cincinnati, growtr$ ot Philadelphia, Pa. Bioet 'extensive tobacco three-fourtha seven-eighth.or-tund Baiilittati, . I will cement and everything else needed Everj thing purchased for building, here will be foanl of the best quality and the best tor Intended purposes. Wtk wn ave you trcuhic uzscccs sary expense by sending to us far aa estimate. " J. A ALLEN, StMftnl, Ky. !, h C. M'ceiairy, j m A JIM SALE OF LAND A September 28, 191Q. offtr ror sule on the premises, my jhlghly Improved 212 ACRE: FABM nl i li UFctu uf tfo heirs ot Mrs. Nuii- (iff.l. I will on the prcmlsH, nt ab.,ut 3t 1'. iU oil S'lurcay, Sept.- - 10th. ' 0 191U on the best of pikes, S 175 acres Tillable land 75 ot which Is best tobacco J, , . . 25 acres or well tlmberedvriverJdA (and.,. ...".. t.'tn)nti., ' mllJroui.eaci pAJrJJIe and ni, from -- Lancaster la Unrytcs indications are socoBi one ot the best In the country Is a nine room, modern built house, heated by furnace and well finished. It Is noted for Its beautiful healthy location , good neighborhood and close proximity to best TV. OTTER, io ojuaiyt.jlf k lySbould pay offer tor talo ui publl: outcry tv ucres owned by Mri. tract of 53 Uood at the time ot her death. The' land Is about mile from Turners- i vlllo on tha McCorruack's church pike Is' well watereu and afl In grass Possession given Jan. ln Terms will be'announced on diy of 2 Undartakar and::Cmalmr flM Phnna.riT llom V brnr.M. B. New Llvarv- D.CAltTEIf, Depot Straat, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. COOK FARMS' FIRST SALE. ANNUAL sqle. J. U PAXTOT, A'genL schools and churches In tho State. There are three good Uniunt hcuseo, a tobacco barn with excellent basement ror stock 36xl3i feet. Considering location, bulldlnes.quallty. land, eta, uo more do- xlrablo furia home has beeu placed upon the market, " e j w JAMES Danville, Ky. l)on't waste your money buying planters whip you cant get a bottle or Chamberlain's l.lnlmeut tor 21 cents. A piece pf flannel dampened wltk this liniment. Is superior to any 'plaster for lathe back; pains In the 'insde and chfcgt, and much cheaper. Sold by Penny's Drug Storo, Friday SpUmbr 30th. Otvntest event ot the kind ever 60 saddle mare, celts and fillies. 60 Jupaots and. cplU. now (.'ataloguos All "registered, ready, livery ona or these. Jennets should be kept in Kentucky. J. F. COOK A CO, held ta Kentucky. -- SI H Lexington, Ky.