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I p THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 t JVOLUN XXXVlL H1ANFOIlU LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY lRIDAY SEPTEMDER 9 1910 NO G5 MULE RECORDS BROKEN AT BAUGHMANS SALE GREAT CROWDS PRESENT AT TWO lUG SALES OF LINCOLN COUNTY STOCK Old sale men mule and horso buy ers of many years experience suy that they have never seen such a sate as that of James II natighman held hero Wednesday There naVo been other flnles In Kentucky where more renltzedbutof superlative class stun wns uniformlyhighAnd to cap tho climax of an other wise remarkable sale two records for 1VNt for a suckling mare mule colt at Us mothers side and Lon Hudson of RamanNosethreeyearold louse mule which has only been beaten onco In his class in a fair ring and has probably won more blue ties than any mule In Ken tucky Doth of these mules will bo continued In their tale careers by their J now owners Great Intorst was T aroused In tho sale of tho suckling i colt and tho bidding was very spirit It ed Dr J D Arbuckle of Madison county being tho runner up against Mr Hudson When tho 260 figure was reached tho big crowd broke Into a cheer for It was said that that figure was the highest hitherto paid for a r7 suckling mule coltIt In addition X mules mentioned Gentry Thompson t24i Duvall paid 350 for Mr Haugh y mans crack mato mule which Ja con ceded to he Iho bent out this year Mr Uaughiuan was anxious to have p nil his finest stock retained In Ken tacky tut much of It goes to TeRnes ariu and other states where so much rlchcr premiums are hung up for mulo3 rings at the fairs If Mr UrUrnbought priatdr from Air Uudsott after tho auction the Roman 4N6o mule for 400 and will take Ae him to Tennessee to show with the k others he sot at the big fairs at Knot villa Mlemplls and the State faIr at Nashville fTho total sum realized from Mr r BauRbroani sate of mules Is over 1 20000 Not In a quarter of a century has a crowd of such magnitude been seen- at a Kentucky ralo Many vttlmaU T ed It at from 2000 to 3000 people Uurgoo dinners were prepared for 2000 R + hnd the supply was hardly enough I The sale was held under the big show utent which was a wise provision for I Ithfl day was broiling hot SCols T D English and I W Dunn fl madeeeryW sold to Cot Chandler before tho 70Iwere A Two yearold maro mule Gentry Thompson and Duvall 350 vTwoyearold mare muleW T Jl 1JtOalnon JUG IThreoyearold horse muleL W Hudson 395 Y WtHudsonrII Twoyearold mare muleJ DAr +Suckle 1235 f vTiwoyearold mare muleDr Ar tl tt cklo 235 pluleWmIC MTeyenrold black mule W- mviJ i1111cknyea2rling hone muleW N O 4yeearling5mare muleW N Urimn 1 = 280iYearUnif black mare muloW T I x 250Yearling black horse muleD E idell 190 4 Pair twoyearold Iron grey mul- e1Wm Orlmll 1490 PT TwoyeafoM bay mare mule Hoge f A Jeffers Frankfurt 300 Two year old bay mare muleBru acld UliO et 7 ThreeyeaYoia maremviuZam 185dmare mule Sam Embry 210 Yearling horse muleN W Pipes V 105 Yearling horse mule Hoge 8 Jof 5 Vtfi 3133 V Yearling horse mule John D Foe i tlr 1130 k Two year old mare muleJ O tJakcr 20 6yoaroldClarenceI WHreliMTwoyearold mare mule Taylor 205 f Gray 4yearold raulc AVm Witch 4Je per U7 6 Twoyearold gray mule mare Geo i 175t mare mule Bailey Holtzclaw 155 i Pair 3yearold mare mules T F r liuroam 1335 Threeyearold horse mule War k eace TaW 135 p ft T Fouryearold mare Mule W A it Rotors 155 Twoyearold hmaro muleT E Dl hon 17- 5Twoyearold horso muleDr Ar buckle li5n Threeyearold maro muleJ M 4 1TIre Y 140 15r rold horse mUleJ Ma Twoyearold1 horse mule Dowen e HERES THE MULE THAT BROUGHT THE COIN A I J H Baughmans famous Ron an Nose threeyearold horse multi that has taken more blue ties than any mw In Kentucky and was sold for 395 the highest price ever paid In this tate for a horse mule Oover 15 rnlloBaileyHoltzclaw Tivoycarold gray horse muieHOBO tit Jclfcrs USO muloSalleyHoltFive earold muleS M Noel 145 jackTFourYtarold niarc T D Cheimult 200 TateleoFour yearotd mareThos Robin son 203- Y1htearold marT M Tucker 140 Thtee year old 34 Percheron mare 220 Fiveyearold gray mure Tom Rob neon 105 c Ten year ald tueare Geo Ruble 350 Thrcoytiarold mare mule Robt Durton 120 Throoycarold gray mare Leo Rogers U60 mareBaileyHoltzclaw Horse colt Reb Goddard 65 Seven yearold mare Clarence Tate Tate 160 14yeaixd mare Clarence Tate I200 Hone mule colt of above marc Tol Tlmberlake 95 14ycarold mare WH Murphy 125 Mule colt of above Tol Tlmberlakc 80Tenyearold mare Bailey Holtz claw 15Mule colt of tbove Sara Kmbry 70 Threeyearold mareMat Arbuckle U3rPaIr 3yearold gray mares Henry Baughnun 53- 5Fouryearold mare See Rogers 145Smoothmouth mare and toltT 8 Hasan 315 Baughmanx330Flveyearold gray mareA Hog en 145 FourrecTold mare C C Cover SJJO Pair hay mares 6yearsold W D Jones 33- 5Twoyearold mare Joo Stockton 15 14yearold mare W N Crlffln 280 Mare mule colt of aboveI W Hudson 20- 5Tenyearold mareTom Dudderar 180Gray mareJones Oaughman Jl60 Shetland pony 2 yearoldClarcncl- at8 100 Pair gray mares Will Corder 325 Yearling Shetland ponyJ T Let ter 40 THE SHANKS SALE The sale of Hon W H Shanks on Tuesday was a success In every par ocular und an aggregate sum of 10 600 was realized Col J P Chandler cries this sale and hd the bidders Jumping at all stages Mr Shanks disposed of a bunch of splendid farm stuff not claiming to be Boiling fair winners and all went at a rate which showed the active demand The principal sales were cs follows Mare mule colt Henry Anderson SI Drowu mare mule Col George Ruble tiarard Horso mule 84ISuckling horse hone colt Joe Yearling mare muteHenry Ander J son SO- Mare mule yearlingHenry Fields 114 Pair yearling horse mulesHenry Fields 184- Yearling horse coltM J Farris Jr 564- Yearling r horse mule Dun Gaines 94 Yearling horse colt Jeo Ruble 65 Yearling horse muleDr HIcklo 89Yearling ware muleDr Hlckl 75 Yearling mare mule Carroll Shanks 138- Yearling horse mule Carroll Shanks 128 I Yearling mare mule Henry Fields 160 Yearling mnre muleHenry Fleldc 101 Yearling horse CottW M Lane 100 Yearling fllly coltCarroll Shanks 19R Yearling horso mUleHenry An dvrron t7S- Yearling horse colt V M Lane 100Yearling fillyCarroll Shanks 125 1 ear Ing nlly Jas Rogers 145 Yearling lIyJJeo Kuole 07 Yearling fillyA P Sloan 77 Jack colt yearling Carroll Shanks 1115 Yearling Jack coll Same 285 Aged Jack Walter Walker 160 Black JennetMitchell Taylor 60 lllack jennetJeo Ruble 158 Block Jennet Same 26 Grey Jennet coltHenry Anderson 30 thrown Jenet Clarence Tate 25 Black Jennet Geo Ruble 126 Black jetnet M J Farris Jr 86 Black Jenent Jas Woos yu Black Junnle4r Hlckle 41 Brown Jouunt Dr Hlckle 50 Black Jeriuet Wiley Diction 3101 Twenty steer cattle 900 lbs ut UIU D Holtzclaw TwoVear Olds Mare mult Josh Wilson 155 Horse muleDr Hlckle 3105 Horse mule Carroll Shanks 3125 Mare muleN W Rogers 12250 Pair horse mulesCarroll Shanks 24C Mare muleJ li Bruce 135 Maro tuulo Dr Hlckle 1050 Horse mule Fred Couch 7260 Mare mule Mitchell Taylor 130 Mare mule NNV Rogers 12750 Pair are mules Carroll Shanks 320 Horse muleDr Hlckle 9250 Horse muleS J Embry Jr t37JSO hare muleN W Rogers 140 Horse muleWm Robinson 1120 Horse muleE T Pence 11750 Horse muleS H Uaughman 150 Horse nluI03 J Embry Jr 17250 140lHorse mule Dr Hlckle 7250 Ialr horse muled McCreary Sim mons 27E Pair horse mulesN W Rogers 25 j lone muleN W Rogers 135- MlreI muleJ E Bruce U92GO Threeyearold horse muleDr Hlckle 1025- 0Threeyearold horse muleS H Baughnun 135- Continued on Page 2 William J Yager DISEASEAFTER thehestcling men out of Louisville died at the home of his brother In law Mr W M Bright yesterday afternoon of ter a long Illness of kidney trouble and ocmpllcatlanlIried Miss Mary McKJriney of this county and for a number of years they lived In Louisville where Mr IStravellogCompany a big wholesale house Some time ago his health began to fall him nnd with his family he moved to this place where he had but re cently bought property on Danville avenue but on account of his enfeebled condition had not taken posses In11lYJorsVlleat Louisville and was held In high- esteem by the firm lor which be traveled and by a legion of friends every whore who will be deeply grieved to learn of his untimely death Besides hits wife Mr Yager Is sur vived by two boysW J Yager Jr and Houston Yager aged 13 years aud 0 years respectively and his mother Mrs Margaret Yager and ono sister Mrs J T Short of Louis villeOnly a few months ago his father passed away and now his family Is theifor May God In Ills Infinite love and wisdom comfort the sorrowing ones lu this sad hour Tho funeral sen Ices will bo con ducted by Rev D M Walker at 230 tomorrow afterndot at the home of Mr Bright after which the remains will be consigned to Mother Earth there to await the Judgment morn I J- t1 T R J i r INCENDIARY FIRE- i I IN CASEY COUNTY RAW DEAL FROM A SEED MER CHANTMILTON McCOR MACK IMPROVING Hustonvlllo Sept 8 thattheJonatllan Thobloodhoundstpnvllle were quickly called to tho 8C no and placed upon the trail Tho building and aU contents were do stroyed The family was away from occurredrhnmorning It was learned thero that two suspicIous characters bought tickets for Danville and the Invcstlga tkjn will be continued to that point Tho belief Is that tho house was robbed and then burned Thero Is nn Inspired adjuration to everybodythe man who after long tooting his own bassoon has exchanged It for o megaphone In fishing for suckers A suit for damages byeach victim should assure prompt restitution Hero is tho case Tho past season has been the most disastrous season to our melon growers that even veterans ever experienced aside from unprecedented expense ot cultivation in necessary hoeing and hand weed lug A certain seedsman of Phlladel phin who advertises and charges more extravagantly than the scrupulous competitor supplied out two growers nearest town a lot of bum seeds which have produced a crop of hybrids that do not average up with good pie pumpkins in flavor This seedsman not only Issues a most seductive catalogue with cuts of mammoth crops grown by his cus tomers but annually has a list ol novelties worth their weight in din monds and Issues a supplement tIt his catalogue called Practical Farm er whose corps of editors pass up no opportunities that are presented or made to push his goodsthat fall to do what Is claimed for them hence the damage Miss Hettle Floyd one of our highly accomplished young ladles left on Monday for Globe Arizona where she goes for the third year to teac In their endtd city school Charlesjjheeler Dr J C Barker and others made good speeches to the very large audience at the open opening of our high graded school last Monday Every Indication whispers In melodies the charming evidence of a splendid school thoroughly organ- Ized In every department for a most successful years work George Cunningham bought from T A Ryuleraon 40 head of 1050 cat tie at 5c James Yowell bought from various parties 100 1100pound cattle at 4 12 to 5c J C Johnston bought of W G Routon 45 lambs a 5 120 and a tot of nice heifers to fill a car at 4c J Q Yowell of Rush Branch Marion county spent several days last week In our city the guest of Mr Frank Vaughan West Main street on Saturday night- S made hideous by the riders of running horses yelping and shooting as they ran rapidly towards the fork The parties are known and it would be best for them to come up and set tle at once D C Allen shipped an assorted car to Cincinnati last week of hogs cat tie And lambs for which he paid 7 14 3 14 to 4 and 4 to 5c respectively Harry Williams sold a good family horse to Mrs Janle Russell for 250 Mrs EJ Willis of Klrksvllle Mo- a near relative of Rev W S Willis pastor of the Christian church here died last week and was burled at Sipsonvllle Shelby county Kentucky on Friday last In the presence of n large concourse of sorrowing friends and relatives Cleve Dunns left paw twirls and curves defeated the Bloomer Girls team at Junction City on Saturday The attendance Cleve says was llko a circus day and drew a big crowd The score was 8 to 5 In favor of Junction City Miss Alice Burgin of Mercer county Miss Denny of Lexington and Mr Alex Robinson of Garrard county are guests of Mrs Alice Cask ani sister Mrs Minnie Robinson ure at the KauSfrnan home on Danville avenue this week Tie ladles of the Hustouvlllo C W B M will meet on Thursday evening in the Christina church All n em hers are especially requested to at tend Rev Isaac M Yonan of Persia will speak at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and evening ttr F tl htd Ho will speak to the Ladles Mission ary Society and C W B M at 230 p m Monday All are cordially In vlted to attend Ellwood and Francis Weatherford lease this week for their reipectlve schools In Lexington Va and Mays vlllo Tenn Carlisle Myers left this week for Lexington where he will matriculate nt the State University to complete his education Tho ui3iy founds of Milton Me Cormack over Kentucky will be glad front tho severe attack of typhoid fev ft and sends his best regards to all inquiring friends Much complaint Is heard from tho tobacco raisers who say that tho continued rains aro doing great damage to all tobacco that Is ready to tut and this means fully one half of the crop In this end of the county- D C Allen shipped to Cincinnati 0 cattle 46 hogs and 42 lambs for which he paid 815 for hogs 314to 4 c for cattle and 4 to 6c for lambs and sold 13 feeders at 515 Ho bought 20 calves and sold John Lutes a bunch at 4 14 c returned Inourdial welcome was gven her on herearly return s PUBLIC SALE Of a Large Blue Grass Farm STOCK AND FARM IMPLEMENTS I sell my place of 734 acres teltunted two miles from NIcholasvllle Ky onTHURSDAY twelvotracts followsonwhichbypondgood soil and will produce nny crop springandcontains 65 acres has tine water sevenroombrick outbulldlngR water spring water No 8 contains 25 acres and has fine spring water No 9 contains 32 acres and has good run ning water No 10 contains 40 acres llcontaln8H7Wendovers spring 40 acres In blue grass No 12 contains 124 acres and wellwaterabout half of this tract Is in blue grass and cloyer and on this tract is stockbarnsI quarters perfect good coal house housetand grape arbor Nou is one of the most desirable places to live In the whole county and has every Im provement school church and rail road close and on the prospective In terurban line to Rlchond These tracts will be sold as a ret as a whole tract No 4 as a whole tracts No1 2 3 and 4 as a whole tracts 8 9 and 10 as a whole and tracts No 11 and 12 the home place separately then all ot the tracts with the exception of 56 711 and 12 will be sold as a whole A twentyfoot road touches each tract of land Everybody Is Invited to Inspect this farm and crops Possession for seed ing purposes given at once Each tract of land will be surveyed by the county surveyor TERMS ON LAND Onehalt cash balance In two and three years with interest on deferred payments at 6 per cent per annum STOCK AND FARM IMPLEMENTS 100 Southdown sheep 2 brood mares 1 mare with mule colt at side 2 work horses 2 young geldings paws har rows wheat drills cultivators double shovels roller etc- TERMSUnder 10 cash over that amount six months time with a good note bearing 6 per cent interest Rtock and implements will be sold at tho home place at 10 a m and land sale wil begin on tract No1I- n the rear of Patton place HENRY C MUIR Route 1 NIcholasvllle Ky Both Phones A RELIABLE MEDICINE NOT A NARCOTIC Mrs F Marti St Joe Mich says Foleys Honey and Tar saved her little boys life She writes Our lit tie boy contracted a bronchial trou ble an i an the dOstors raeerclne did not cure him 1 gave him Foley a Honey and Tar In which I have great faith It cured the cough as well as tho choking and gagging and he got well In short tlmo Foley a Honey and Tar has many times Sled us much trouble and wo are never without It In the house Shugars and Tanner THE GRATITUDE OF ELDcjLY PEOPLE tines out ttf whatever helps gly J them ease comfort und strength Foleys Kldeny Pills cure kidney and bladder diseases promptly and give comfort and relief to elderly people Shugars and Tanner I t i Iir tijM1 j vfjf1lt4 Ye BURGLARS MAKE H HAUL AT MORELAND PUBLIC SCHOOL HONOR ROLL AND LIVE NEWS FROM WEST END CITY Moreland Ky Sept 8Mr Di 1nighte cigars smoking tobacco lemons and troranges were taken They waited until late In the day before sending t for Lairs bloodhounds of Hustonville and na they had swept out the dogs could not get the scent so the thief or thieves have not been located On Friday Sept 16th there will be held at tho Moreland public schol building tho second public exercises 1realtaUansInvited to attend Exercises begin promptly at 130 p m J honorlot Ii t 6 Hettle White 86 Ellen Hughes 84 Katherine McClure 82 Zella Clark son 81- Grade 6Lula Routt and John Best leaders 87 Sadie Mills 86 Ben IL Prultt 85 Willie Southerland 83 I Cleva Roultt 82 Bertie Baker 81 Grade 4 Josephine Compton lead er 96 Annie Harmon 95 Mack t Clarkson 91 Hazel Singleton 92 Frank Felstrltzer 91 Keith Ellis 83 Joseph Drlesler 80 tirade 3Dudley Peyton leader 90 t Lee Mills Sg Charles Singleton 86 Grade 2lrene Morgan 86 Hazfcl IiDishon 83 Sarah Muser 81 ij4 Grade iWID R King 94 Thel niii Owens 93 Grace Ellis 90 Enrollment to date 44 boys 54 girlst iprIncipalof Miss Mary Rout Mr Horace Nicholson of Burnside is the guest of Mrs Dodd Routt Mr Frank Timberlake and wife of berlake Lexington are visiting Mrs O T Tim 1 Mrs Perkins of Faulconer has f Just returned from a visit to Mrs G T Timberlake Miss Addle Coffey and her daughiiter Miss Catharine Coffey are iting relatives at I Mr Jesse with home folks BurnsldetMr David on the I N knocked off a car a severely hurt Monday plghttMr James Merriman who has been very ill of typhoid fever is BOW bet ter and we hope he will son be out 4 Dr Carpenter gave a Idbture tuberculosis last Sunday in the oatland Union church Mr 0 S Pruitt of Junction tIn visiting his brother Mr M E J Pniltt of Burnslde Miss Elizabeth Cox will leave More land next Friday for Middlesboro 1 where she will start to school on Mon day Her aunt Miss Cox of City Is teacher there Miss Catherine Hanson JllnctlOI1tMisses Ada and Mlnelle tended the Somerset fair They spent Thursday night side with Mr and Mr 1t E Pruitt t Mrs C K McClure and her aunt F Miss Emma Fitzpatrick attended the fair Friday They spent a night with relatives in Somerset Miss patrick will remain for a few F1tztFour couples from Somerset married last Thursday All but IMrnic at Burnstde Monday Miss Ellen Hanson of Moreland re k turned to her home Monday after a few days stay with friends in Somer setMr K E Hughes Jr of Winches ter and little son Woodford will be the guests of his parents Sunday Mr and Mrs P S Hughes Mr James Hubbard Miss Bertha JJ aingletou Mies Gertie Hughes and Mr Geo Hubbard attended the Jum I bo camp meeting Sunday t Mrs Sallie Good I PASSES TO CHRISTIANS REWARD f AT WEST END HOME r Sirs Sallie M ers Good wife of Mr Ben F Good died at her home near Turnersvflle from the infirmities of old age She was 82 years old and her long and us ful life had been spent for the mos part In Lincoln county Over W years ago Mrs Good was married to the husband who with three ct lldren are now left to mourn the lost of a dutiful wife and devoted mot er The children are Mesdames AV T Ward of Fay ette county W P Bradshaw of this ecunty and Mr V B Good also ot Lincoln Since eai ly childhood the deceased lad been a member of the Christian church atad her tlrtataU times had been that of a faithful and consistent follower of the meek and lowly Nuzarlue L t not her loved ones weep for the reward of those Mho live m Gods race Is rich and everlasting and truly this Is hera The funeral service wfll bQ ewkuct ed at thePurneravfll Ckrlatlas church tomorrow morning it 10 oclock 1 Rev J W Whltehead I after which tlti mortal remains will bir tatditp rest in Buffalo cemeterw J I 1 1 ir IiiIf TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1911t J 1 TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL j Setablkihed 189EIy r SVBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY f rsfr = At fl Per Year Iff Advance Iir SHELTON SAUFLEY r Publisher r Entered at the Poet Office at Stan as Second Class malL 3 IFull reports ol the two big sale r 1 this week and heavy advertising have t crowded out the Installment oCTho t Island of Regeneration due in this Issue and forced to leave out much larger and faster press to enable us l other news The I J neews a new to print a larger paper and the only way we can get It Is for every one of our 3200 subscribers to send or bring us a dollar immediately AVe are forced to leave out columns of Inter eating news every issue simply for the reason there Is not room for it and to print six or eight pages is a hercu r pi lean and almost sever ending task because of the large number of papers to be printed and the slowness of r our old press yf Stf If yolfsre Interested In seeing i Uiel Jmade bigger and better i every Issue and we hope eVe reader layou can help along the iiItOd e- J workbY sending that dollar at J j News comes that E C Walton has v bought a dally paper at Orlando FlaI r The old saying that printers Ink l will never wash off a mans hand Is Iagain proven true All will wish himJ t unbounded success jStomach miseryvanishes instantly rt Is permanently cured I 1 with Mlona stomach tablets O L t Ibox Penny guarantees them 50 cents a WHEN MERIT WINS When the medicine you take cures t your disease toes up your system and I makes you feel better stronger and more vigorous than before That is I what Foleys Kidney Pills do for you in all cases of backache headache nervousness loss of appetite sleep lesstiess and general weakness that is caused by any disorder of the kid- neyS pt bladder Shugars and Tan nor a t Thocare you give toCk espec r ws in good and free from 4 worms feeding f JI A for 75 J II B Fefl COL CJWikaJ Ohio a1J 1 DOING THEIR BcorKof 8anf rP4 1 f1 theDtl e pals are sick- Backache ana tutmy Mdtfey Ws foi lowUrinary trouble diabetes Doanff Kidney Pus hire them all Stanford people endorse our claim Mrs Nancy A Logan East Main St Stanford Ky says I scarcely know how to cxprea my gratitude to Doans Kidney Pills for the benefit to use was a condition My back seemed to have given out entirely and at times pained me terribly 1 often became so weak and lame that I was almost prostrat ed I was also nnoyed by u frequent desire to void the kidney secretion and tau fassages were accompanied by an intense burning sensation of Doans Kidney Pills I procured a supply at Shugars and Tanners Drug Store and In view of the results 1 received I can give them the highest praise Doans Kidney ViljH not only relieved my bacache putt restored my kidneys to a nor i condition Por sale by all dealuers Price BOc Foster Mllburn CI Buffalo New York solo ugents for the J United States the name leans and take no other THE MULE SALES Continued from Pag Pair twoyearold horse Pence 25- 5Twoyearold matemuteJr W Rogers 112 Two year old mare mule Mitchell Taylor J13 Twoyearold horse mule Carroll Shanks 135 Pair twoyearold horse mUle DrIJllckle 215 old mAre mule Ji E Bruce 18- 0Twoyearold mare Rogers J1K25- 0Twoyearold horse muleMitchell Taylor t9750- fwoyearold mare muleN W Rogers 18- 5Twoyearold horse muleD 0 Goer 90 I The Favorite Tpalc for Womea Ahnfcteet rW18J u rw1W o tile t yPENNVSDRUG STORE c Ii It We Have iiI This Season 11 iQS I I 1 The Hoosier I With All Hu Latest Improvements i k 1 We can make it your o pay us call f 38 PARKERS Read This if You Sheen Stock Repay Cairo youtcondition by medicatedistomacbrSaliVotroes10pound package cents It BaaufectUMtir R Pence Bros DUTYI kJdnea tosLearning Remember L mulesE- T 1- JTwoylear muleNoW Drill to interest to Have S Mere WsefMars y LambsHera Marren Tluts where profit are to beep slant but you cannot net the b1 I fromwnrme uu keepyouranlmala 5AL YET wUlpOIWrett rJ tn out the worms not your e BMP bat In eve other animAl oa roar place 7bl9 wonder work evertiaetwormIUIdlltelm late eTt170UDCe or toodltea fJelV t u a wonderful tonic and con dltlontr II toftl but lI2oiacent achy per brad to teed I patVt li manntMtnrad by It9 fell Company 11t FaGlerlaad II Sar Vsf it weld by J Stanford Kentucky I t AN AWFUL ERUPTION e aVl itO x lteibrl 1hirnls Qd Ytr Merest la WuiferiiptJoas yoauseDueklentiArnica Even the worst boils aldersear fever sUorQllrnsped hands Chilblains had Plfes It gives Instant relief 25 cents at Pen nys Drug Store Fall And Winter Suitings My new fall and winter samples are now ready for your Inspection They comprise the best on the market I can suit any one as to price who has his clothes made to order A suit made to your measure is preferable to ready made clothes Tq cost them made to measure doesnt any more than ready made when quality and fit is considered Come Inland let me take your measure H C Rupley the Practical Tallor5 Here is a Remedy That Will Cure Eczema il f3 + WE PROVE IT i Why waste tlra Tn 6d money experi menting with greasy Calves and lo Uonv trying to drive the edema perm from underneath the skin when the druggist at the drug store guar antees ZEMO a clean liquid prepnra tloa for external use to rid the skin of the germ life that causes the trouble One application will relieve the itching and oftentimes one bottle 1s sufficient to cure a minor case of eczema + In over 2000 towns and cities In America the leading druggist has the agency for ZEMO and he will tell you of the marvelous cures made by this clean simple treatment ZEMO Is recognized as the cleanest and most popular treatment for eczema pimples dandruff and all other forms of skin or scalp affections whether an Infant or grown person Will you try a bottle on our recommendation Pennys drug Store H B Northcott LANCASTER KYi BUVEROF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford Branch T K Tudor Mgr WE ABE PAYING TODAY FOR Hens i 106- Springers y 10llc Turkeys 1213c Ducks per biScRoo3-ters per lb 551 c tides per Ib7cFeath-ers lWOc Ginseng per lb 500 Yellow Root per Ib1125LI-ME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR HROWUCE We can please you Phone 153 J G Riddle CRAB ORCHARD KY Buyer of All kinds of farm prodUCe and am paying today fort Hons1i 12 to lOc Eggs q 19c Bnriiigcrs VJ1 to 11 I2c Roasters 5 to 5 l2c Turkeys 12 to Kic Ducks itogo Hides C 12 to 7c Feathers 15 to 43o Meal Flour Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed for sale or In exchange for Produce Phone 20 A LUXURIOUS NECESSITY- In t every homo is a handsome sanitary appointed bathroom It adds to theI Joy and comfort of living Keeps IocI tors bills down too Wo are prepar ed to put one In for you and wlmn you got your figures you wont find them nearly so high as you expect W K WARNER Phono 188 Stanford Ky t i A few more days and you will be looking for that new Fallsuit and we just want to remind you that we are 8 fready for you with a beautiful lot to select from Of coursB you know that BROWNS are the thing this time with bluff iserges and blacks always good Our prices range from 1Q to 30 and as good tailoring as a needle and machine will make fl tlH1 c CHOOSING A WHIP is an easy matter hero We have every style for every use nnl at about any price Tbe only whip you cannot get here Is a poor one Wo have nond of that kind Our whips aro only a sample of our harness and all kinds of horse goods Youll lied the latter just as good as the whips and equally moderate In price J C McCLARY Stanford Ky INSURANCE SALADDER Is which you escape ruin in caso if tire It Is the only rational way to which you can protect what you wn Dont argue that youll save the premiums and Insure yourself What Ita fire should come tomorrow or next week How would you have to build a new house Let us Insure you today Fish Pennington Stanford Ky PhoneSOO If you have anything to stll in the STOCK tINf Tnko to Nunnclleys New Stock Yards Ito bujsund sel a every day in tIle year except Sunday Bring on your stuck Beet market in the State with plenty of J ed and water best covered penka outside of Louisville or Lexington STANFORD KY We also do a general hitch and feed bunncee 8 m G L Penny II II Coffey E it Coleman m IIceCream Soda Water I Phosphates r- II Grape Juice rrd And a Large List of Genuine m Atg m Mtanford Kentucky fJ1 mB B 3B E E II DIOaLIC1uvUr Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture Aratting Rugs They forhThem a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDrnler In and Manufacturer of Marble and Cranito Monu monto LewVaausaI1luwaAlty EXPOSITIONI I3 hours to pass a given point will mark the opening of the Ohio Valley Exposition Aug 29th 1910 Special low ratea lo Cincinnati 0 via the Q 0 route have been placed In parUcuAare I I a r r s w a 11IiV f lFllrnituror r CONCRETING k We ore in position to do nil kinds oi cone erotlni as Work 1nrornetiti abouaeyou promptly and guarantee ant clsas work and material our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky dWhen Hungry I OOTO Onrton8 Restaurant Lancaster titroot l r1fenlRest place Iu wn for A good quick meal Hooking to tult our cuilomen our specialty Splendid fOroccrlotrot Ooffee and eweel we A CARSON PtpI j FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1910 TtE 1NTEfUOA JOURNAL PAOK THIUBK 4 1 p J it I J1i t t fi w J J 1oro ir SuitsW in tits news cstAveaves and colors The workmanship is as good as human hands can do If you paid the price we ask for the ready made suit for the TrTakingalone you would not get any better workmanship J I I SEVERANCE SON Stanford There IB a sex line of 26c box pai rent apeclal values at Pennys Drug fterey yrSI eo1 PERSONALS e e e A- Y MrS T Harris Is threatened I r4 Artaf Plnovtlle ViI I 1ed M hero Thursday Mrs C E Tate and children and- Mrs Tate are spending ttl week at j Crab Orchard Springs JTMrs Maggie James and Mr Arch I McKinney of Crab Orchard spent Thursday hero the guests of Mrs glary Burch v Dessle Armstrong and broth ors Willie and Eugene of Loulsvllk1 are visiting Mr J A Allen and faro sty i Miss Jeannlo Scott Oloftter erf vKhoxvllIc Tenn has been the gues y lher aunt Mrs Sallie It Saufley V Attorney J 8 Owsloy Jr Is over from Lexlugttvn for a visit He Been prospecting In the west for ball at few weeks Former Chief Justice A It Bur i Canto or the Court of Appeals now a farmer of Madison LJaugbmnns sole Wednc dug JMrs n A McCarty mother o t Messrs W I and Jas M l- WTfind thefrsister Mrs Judge Cavlg of IMuevllle are visiting the heroS brought an Franklin conn tyffannQra to Baughmans talc They Itw iex8hcrJir A O JetTers George nB If S l Noel and Duard Black PrelfTer and Mr WII il IlattBchlaefer president and seer e tary orhe FischerLeal Co of Lout- svtiferero here this week to see Mr wm J Yniser who Is lulte ill at Tils bolai+ OIl Darivlll avenue WlHOertr11dQ Fields arrived from Ci4 Orckl d yesterday and Is the t t of 1utMIIel Alcorn- Mill HIlieTaytor Woods has return edJfrd1 d delightful visit to menus lu M Mlllersburgfieri was berg between trams Thursday Mm Walter Bennett o- Rtrfjuond motored over Wednclldar the sale of J II Hough I mans Horvoy and T J Chenault I ocbt hmond attended J ft Unugh ntanKnalc hero Wednesday John Shanks returned on Wed JlriJ from a visit to Mrs KirbY Bourne nt New Castle trlntoI CrabOrcharq washeroMrs W S Grinstead and Miss Antoinette qrinstcad are the gusts of her Mrs auftOtuY llwlltb y i1 +ntr Mr and Mrs tewart Hanson anti TttItftWrtnVoodle Halo and little An toetle AVray are visiting relatives In Colcsburg Mr aBdAlr lIen Leauot Montare tho guests of her niece Mrs J A Dydderar JQu r Higgins left for Somor set on Monday where she has a mu sic class for the winter Alf and 1 Mrs Will Klficn = nn of tlakcsMr and Mrs John 8 Wells and Mrs Salter of Danvlle attended J It Caughmans sale hero Wednesday Misses Julia and Mary Keeton of Itcditeville left OIL Monday to enter school d Barbourvllo Mr and Mrs C Slpplo returned on Tuesday to their home In London Jumboffrom a visit to Mrs J W Hagln In Covr jngton Misses May Traylor anfMary Ash brook are visiting relatives in Huston L vine Miss Linda Miller Is here for a few days en route to Knoxvllle Slip has Just returned from a three months trip abroad Miss Anglo KlnnMrd of Lancaster U the guest of Miss Josephine Wary rcnThe young ladles clrcfo of the Christian church will have an exchange at Mr J L Deajleyii store on Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock Mr M Phelps tiCplchInOndl hall retutued to his qrml days vUU to hls sj9lcrJ Mrs RichArd Hocker Thu Womn Improvement dull will meet at the Baptist church fit ed 14th at 33U willfbo the subject under discussion Kv erg woman Interested In hpmo affront in Invited to attend Each one may contribute to the pleasure and Profit pf the meeting by comIng prepared to 1 snake the meeting worth while by give ing some good points about homlmnk Ing You are welcome President Mrs J J plchey J oprrlrhtooobyr11 ap t 11 t NOUJtW fyolllave not been mrtSciiafffler Marx Clothes i tfefctty certai thaiyouMve thought about the matter atv dome Nn o her and ytVilever have a better chance to get aCe qualnfSU with the best In mens clothes than right nowat this store 11T fiW DSO ftI diifasGogd when the genuine cots uJ NO MO- RFFCuimninsI Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY I I r Everybody Can 0 Give Advice But few like to take it So we 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 are making great preparations for Fall and will offer superior to buyers of Pry Goods Shoes and Carpets 8z 11 pith- pneumoalaa count- yattended advantages Mrs J P Huffman pf St Louis and Mrs J M Bronaugh of Lexington were guests of Misses tattle and Dettle Paxton Friday CRAB ORCHARD Mia W E Perkins is visiting rela tives In Lexington lira george It Lyne has returned from Mr J B Huffman of BL Louis and Mrs JM Bronaugb of Lexington lire visiting Mr and Mrs R H Bron augb and family Mrs Wallace lover Is visiting rela liver In Junction City Miss Martha Fish has been critical ly pl tor the past week horn on Thursday Sept 1st to Mr and Mrs W D Edminston a tine boyMr and Mrs Word Moore entertain ed some young people Saturday even ing with n masked party Refresh ntenta were served and all had a good time Short Local News Jesse Lynn has bought out the meat business of Land Buchanan Wanted countryside meat Monday at the Country Store Our heaung 5 grates etc have just arrived W H Hlgglns Rev J J Dickey+ w1Upreach at Logans Creek church Sunday nt330 Buff Orphlngton cockerels for sale C C Withers 634 Text week the regu1nr picture show at opera house start 4 again Big double show each night 6c and lOc The KadelKrUchtield shows have been drawing good Crowds at the opera house each nlgnt this week There aVe a number of good stunts In tholr tepertolre r Coburns Minstrels the best on the road todayrconie to the opera nous next Thursday night Dont forget them theyre wonb coming miles to see Every tutunt U new r r For Rent Storeroom on Slain street recently occuplcd by Goldstein Apply to H C Baughman Bring butter anti all the CountrYStonDont forget the sale of Mrs NTan nle B Ouch land on the premises at 230 on Sept 10 See adePUBLIC SALE On Saturday Sept 21tMra Snllle R Saufley will sell nt her home dn Dinvlllo avenue a numbr Of tier household effects kitchen utensils good milch cow etc etc See bills later Tobacco m IJlnd coke an Ideal fuel for drying tobacco Wrjte LightCompany boarderlandI will not set a Court Day dinner this month W A Carson I R M Arnold ofDanville will bot In samplehandmadething you want Headquarters for painting repairing all kinds of buggy and carriage trimming Bargains In light shoes and light hose at the Country Store DiamondHeartoatthe opera I house Sept 12 Lost ladles coat on Lancaster pike Return to this office and receive reward e New line comforts and blankets W A Tribble t For Sale The house on East Main street known as the Fennlngto place Apply to T W Pennlngton For EalerFlne black road mare eta old stBudard registered A n BrownDantllteV For Sale = Good eight room house with tot and garden and all necessary outbuildings Also coal bins and store building with good stock of goods Terms reasonable Call or write to Mrs J C Napier Rowland Ky for particulars 1 For RentAargonstoreroom on Main and Liberty streets Hustonvllli Is In Brat class shape Apply to J J Allen Hustonvllle 638 The books four 1910 are now ready Settlo owhna nvdldthb rush and confusion of waiting until the last day W L McCarty Sheriff r Lost Plain gold bracelet Reward I for return to this olflce e Constipation and indigestion are twins They kill people inch by inch sop life away pvcry dayHo111Eteri Rocky Mountain Tea removes th caufcp drives the disease away 35 Ten or Tablets Shugars and Tanner The Diamonds antf Hearts hoiii talent play will be given Monday night Sept 12 instead ol tonight thE 9thas was advertised Dr E M Green of Danville will proach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning next Memorial servjrtes honor of thE late Squire Rlpni n ship will be held at the Alt Olive church next Sunda morning at 11 oclock by Rev J U Livingston andlrlrsafternoon aged two months and was burled lu Buffalo cemetery Wednesday t r jarredlasthorse on the Somerset pike The horse scared nt an auto driver by Mercer county parties yrs McClarya class In china paint lug begins Sept 13th Class days Tuesdays Wednesdays and Thurs days School chlldreit desiring to take water colors or china can take Saturday afternoon AP Sloan Is suffering with n bad ly sprained right ankle as a result of a fail while building a shed on his tuna near Hubble The meeting at Neals Creek con rturtd for twentyfour days by Rev JJ DII key and wife closed the 30th with 30 conversions and littecn addi lions and tho church greatly revived Plans are on foot for repairing tho building and putting It In good cowl tion = b uft FAn IEn THINK OF THIS I+ absamerow until nfrcr tho seed is pepoMtrJ No seed ever ooiuog In K 0011 act with the dine Come in sad look nt itrweHe HIGGINS j i Stanford Kentucky J Ofrt OtU 1 j iIIh Jll j c 1IW = rtI v 1 hIo ti4 e + o I New Skirts It is about time for a new skirt and we have them in all the designs newIIf you should not find just what you want in our large stock will make you a skirt to your measure We fit others we can fityou t 1l ft Kentucky lIQ p 1Blood and liver Restorative A Liner Metlicue udBleed hrificr THE RELIABLE REMEDY fer Reuuliw Pisples Blood uiiSLwDkewes- Strenghtet i theervesnialcee new appetiteMorepcopJe strength to it than any other rem edy Dont wait buya bottle today sow BY PENNYS DRUG STORE IY0UcANgUYYour 1tiP1tj v in j tiRIDO1I cts per bushel i I Clean Coal t No Slack i Phone 11- J I H Baughman Co 1 Il It May Be Pneumonia iA the chest difficult breathing 1 Then fever with great prostration If this should be your experience send for your doctor You may have pneumonia If your doctor cannot come at once give Ayers Cheny Pectoral When he comes tell him t saysrNo j Keep thc6WctS In good condition One of Ayers PUll at bcdUsae vrlM cawc ran tow of bile and produce a feaUe UiUveve ct the day foKowtef ItALTAIif i New Fall Clothes Take aiooktI at the Fresh Ones J j Do they look Ready MadeINo indeed See how nicely they M are tailored how well they fit and how becoming Yet they are not expensive 10 to20 i 7I qt T + t W E f I PERKINSCRAB KENTUCKY I re r j T R Hughes T W Humble W rt Mtin let Line Of Htiesf 4 We hav i just received a newlineof pretty uptodatef novelties in Neckwear Au to ScarfsUarge brilliant hit I pins Jabots patent leather 11J r t andEersian belts in handsome i colors Also beautiful line of handbags all 8 s1and prices from 50cto5 I Call and see iis before buying HUGHES MARTIN CO J Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY 1L PSIuI 4ikJl M d e tt PAQS FdUR THl INTERIOR JOURNAL FUIDAY IrttTstMHaR I OIL w 4 I fIfI Aids Nature The great success of Dr Pierce GotJefl Mettieel DU covery ia curing weak stomachs wasted bodies weak lungs and obstinate and lingering coughs is haled oa the recognition of the fundamental truth that Golden Medical Discovery supplies Nature with cJykilJ ing tissue repairing musclemaking materials m eon denied and concentrated form With this help Nature supplies the necessary strength to the stomach to digest food build up the body and thereby throw oC lingering obstinate coughs The Discovery reestablishes the digestive and nutritive organs in sound health purifies and enriches the blood and nourishes the nerves in a abort establishes sound vigorous health ff your dealer otters olflctIJlu lest as toot It It probably better FOR HIMlt pays better Bet you are thinking of the care not the profit to theres nothing U lust as food for you Say oo Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser la Plain English or Med- Icine i Simplified 1008 pages over 700 illustrations newly revised uptodate Edition paperbound sent for 21 one cent stamps to cover cost of mailing ssly Clothbound 31 stamps Address Dr RV Pierce Buffalo NY t September 28 1910 1 will otter for sale on the premises my highly Improved 212 ACRE FARM on lhobesCC or ptkes 5 miles trot each Danville andcastar fv 175 acres Tillable land Y tS75 otwhich Is best tobacco land v 25 acres ot well timbered riverside land y jjjrjT Barytes Indications are second to none and iif should pay cost of land niv e J THE DWELLING one of the best In the country Is a nine room modern built louse heated by furnace and well finished It Is noted fOr lUbeautlful healthy location good neighborhood and close proxlmlao best schools and churches In the State r There are three good tenant houses a 12 acre tobacco barnylth excellent basement for stock 36x134 feet Considering location bulldlngnquallty land etc no more de plrablo farm home has been placed upon the market JAMES OTTER Danville Ky I t Cook Farms First Annnal Sale S I 1 t Greatest event of i the kind ever held ID Kentucky BO saddle mare t eoliMd fillies 50 Jennets and colts All reglstered Catalogues now r reaHy Everyone of these Jennets should be kept In Kentucky tJf F COOK iC0j Lexington Ky 4 A K1 NO rss i Ileport of the Oond ton of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK t I it Stanford In the state of Kentucky at the close of business Sept lit 1910 I RE8oURctslonns jr9Dle Ot tmrl1rnnaecu and unltlCured Tlu II V a Bonds to secure circulation 6oJIti Premiums on U s bonds taw u Bopds securities etc 8 0- 1B1Bkfng house furniture and ax tare 41TtfOIu n nil miiiOther rvai rstate owned 1171 n hue from National Banks notre terveagente ti6l e Due troll Hittto r Invato Hank Rvr 1366- Due from approved reserve agents 61YW0e Cheeks and other cash items 63 a t1 Kxohances orOlearlna IIou e 17182 Note+ ofotherNattonalBanks u00 Vruuilonal piper currenoyi nick els and cents K7ll- awful bloney Reserve In Bank 115148I00 UJJQKeuemptloa fund with 8 Treas urer S per cent of circulation 2000 00 H604II II LIABILITIES 9spltal Block paid In pom 01 20000Undividedand taxespnld 990It National Bank notes outstanding 63ffO 01 Due to other National Banks 192 4 rue to Trust Cos A SavR Bank t4X AgentJndlvldualdeposits to cbeck 198908 71 demand certificates of deposit IffO on Notes and bills rediscounts 21301 81 Bills payable Including Certifi moneyborrowed tReservedtortaxes IInoU7 SO State of Kentucky County of Llnioln ss 2 RC auhm Cr c theahcTe araed bank do solemnly swear that the myknowledgeHO BAUOHXAH Cashier Bubucrlbed and sworn to before me this Tth day of Sept 1910 W M BBIOIir N P Correct Attest J S Rocker John O Rob son Jas POummlns Directors Nofiin Report of the Condition of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK at Kentuokyat nUOUBCEII Loans and Discounts 1 816371 ITUHonda Heourltlas Kto Banking house furniture and fix UDueISMIHDueand Banters Trust Camps and savings Banks 141 jr f7ObeckNotes of other National Banks 210 OIl Kructlonai papercurrencyaickel BLawfulviI Specie Ileslo 0furer5perctof circulation 60000I- BB6Sd1 b0 LIABILITIES Mmtl4urplufuodUl1dlvldl lprofits less expenses aNational8211DueBankersDaeserve Indivtdueldeposits sub 8Demand600001Timedepositrates rediscountod lOOoo o Bills parable IncludlngOertlncatns IIIItelerTed1 Htate of Kentucky County of Lincoln ss iedbankknowledge thl3dCorrect Attest LKbirn Goocb 8 11 Bhanks O W Carte Directors YOU NEVER REGRET THE COST OF AN ARTICLE IF IT PROVES SATISFACTORY MANNAS GREEN SEAL j PAINT t f v i s IIfj m i I is without doubt the most Efficient house paint ton the market and is cbtapttt in the end in that j otherpaintsWHITE LEAD AS THE PREDOMINANT J zincI t J lead alone is used J 4 ron SALE BY 1 OrchardandIh j Nas THE FARMERS Good pony for aalel had been driven by children 1tc Bayghmaa Iet mo Insure your barns and tobacco W A Trlbble For SaleAwell Improved farm of 20 acres near Alt Salem household and kitchen furniture stock and farming tools P H Woodson Mt Salem Ky 493 For SaleSow and U pigs K L Berry Hustonville Wanted cattle to grate 70 acres of good blue grass R L Derry Hut tonvlllo a For SalcHigh grade Southdown ram Iambs Fisher and Renlclc crosa cs Mrs MattiE 11 Howes Moreland Ky R R No 1 Box 49 WantedTo buy a place of 75 to 100 ucroa In Lincoln county one hav tag improvements Address P O Box 05 Stanford Ivy Nice 2yearold buck for sale S J EmbryaStrayed from my place n twoyear old Jersey bull will weigh about 800 pounds tins horns Any Information In regard to same will be thankfully received James McKechnle Hubble Ky 662t i FOR SALEt Small well rup oed farm outside of town limit between Stanford and Rowland containing 25 12 acres good house out houses new barn fine young orchard water at house and barn Woqld make a good dairy or truck farm for right man- I alao have farm of 104 acres of un improved land situated on Dlx river and county road This land Is all In grass except 16 acres which Is In cult ration This land will grow flno tobacco or corn and has some fine timber on It Will sell cheap and make terms to suit the purchaser or will trade for town property For Infor mation write or call on me at Rowland Frank Cordler a e a Ia e a a e OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION Cincinnati 0- a Queen cI Crescent Route a Round Trip Fares From June a tlon City Kentucky TICKETS ON SALE DAILY a 440 Good returning five days From Date of Sale a 560 Good Returning until Septa 29inIF G DENNIS Ticket Agent a Junction city KyeS a a No 2717 Report of the Condition of The Hatlenul Bank of Hu teqvllle at Huitonrille In tbefeute of Kentucky al the close of bminS4 dept t JtlO HKCOVBOM Loana and Discounts I159410 4 Onrdrfuseecaroilohdnniocnrwl IJ7T- JUB Bonds to iecure circulation 33XMO Premiums oa U8 Bonds 132 So Banking houMfurnltumsnd fir tnrft ijnnii I S000 00 Due from National Banks notre erve njenti JJI m Due from State and Prlvste Banks cI Bankers Trust Companies and Having Banks 130 JI Due from approved reem agent 11Ml 6tx Checks and other cash items T Notes of other National Banks III dt Fractional paper currency nick elsand cents 279 ell Lawful Money Reserve in Bank vial Specie 112704 00 Legai tender notes 9Q6 00 18918 03 Redemption fund with UflTrsaj urer6percentofclrculatloa 1JSO jIl11O0t 30 LIABtLITIBB Capital Stock paid In pnx fmA 17A00Undividedand taxes pald 11112 8i oooVueand Bankers Due to other National Banks tOO Individual deposits subject to check 11413 ar OIIS m Mate of Kentucky County of Lincoln Ill I J W hooker of tbeabove nan1ld bank do solemnly swear that the BOOT tatement Is true to the best of my knowl and belief J VMIoOK3R Oasbler- Babscrlbedandsworntobefore mo this 6tr lay of sept 1010 J WIIosklnsNP My commission expires Feb 251911 Correct Attest Kdwd Alcorn J W Powell and W O OowanDlrectors MvckTmlitf AT PRgAUHER8YlU t REPORTED BY CORRESPO DKNT Irimhordivllla Sept V August Barttca sold 400 bushels of wheat to J H Daughman Co at 60c logan Tohmpson bought n sort and pigs from J P Ballard for 345- J H Thompson and brother went to tha Somerset fair nnd bought four work mules from Pulaski parties for WOO Rodney Naylor told a horo to John lllgsby tor = 125 M F Law rence sold 22 150pouul hogs to 1J D Holtxclaw at 8 J2c and lOc alga some corn to N W Fowl at Rowland at isibo J M Cress sold a pair of yearling mules to Pence Proe for 33750 also three suckling mules to Mime at 3110 each Cress Jones bought a cir of hogs at S to 8 l2c J H Klgsby sold some cprn to J M Cress nt 325 The aged Mrs SlIAs Anderson ol Stanford Is visiting her daughter Mra M P Lawrence Mrs David Adams has returned from a visit to her father In the flee Lick section Misses Dora and Ella Ulankonshlf were visiting Miss Kate Payne at Tapjhanna Mr and Mrs W T Itlcl ardsou were visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Miller J F Mom and daughter Miss Frances attended the big London fnlr Master Walter Cox Is visiting hI aunt Mrs Sslllc William Mrs T W Jones of Stan ford visited Mrs J M Cress Dlx river was higher at White Mill than ever before known for August being up to the com tassels Born to the wife of Jesse Brown II tint girl Mrs Henry Kldd Is dan gerously ill from an overdose of morphine Born to the wife of Arch Stephens of Stingy Creek a tine gVl Henry Blankonshlp our old est citizen Is very ill Your corres pondent Is having a tough time with stomach trouble Our school could not begin Mon day AS the teacher Miss Emma Holt claw was waterbound at her home ou Gilberts Creek Mr Richard Williams and Miss Lucy Cummins were united In mar rlago at the home of the brldoa par enta Mr and Mrs W II Cummins on the evening of the 3d The groott Is the son of Mr and Mrs John Wll Hams and Is a hardworking Indus trlous young man Tho bride Is tht youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Cummins and quite handsome Slit made her debut last spring Is a very youthful bride In short dresses W- Ish the young couple unbounded happiness and a pleasant Journey as hand In hand thro life they go Rev A C Baird assisted by Rev Stamper his Just closM a meeting 7at Good Hope ch refs Rev Baird baptlted eight believer near Whites Mill Sunday MUse McAllstcr and Mlas Ruth Durham hew gone to Fit L 0011 J to at tend the E K N where they wll prepare for jcavhlng Deafness Cannot Be Cured t r toed stellcsUttt u tier mnat fad tH u rued contra of UM MT TMf M air ooe war M ewe dMMM red that to by eoastntiuaail nnMfca DMiaas M euui t r IA reuse coodWeo or MM rueoua UMM G the EwtMklu Tutu 11II1II 1554 r taasMed roc ban a rsrbeag sound a tM picket IeI IA4 ace k r ellloIreI 7 deed Deefo- UMH ass rmlt sad ualee MM MUUUUM M be Ukra out and tau tM real w M ooratl IIIIfI4o tM hMTUK wnl b des tottnr ntee mw out cx tm are nnMd br Ckurrk kiA k aetbrg but u raised cMMlloa ot U atxoua surtttM we WIll gin Dollars for as aa st Dea asEsyBaSMred tome ruin reid 111 C ooHICotalTlaJC Y t CO ebNIaltistitPaals ter e attiwtia SImple Hitpl Frail WofllM So teany women are out i weary lives Just license their dikes tive organs are weak The result it poor circulation nervousness and the verge of invalidism It is oftea very ewafaultthewelfareMe usually lies All physicians bow arehabituallycults indigestion plies treariaeu etc orDutuntDyonhavemotsngularl1goodMladiaxative M yaunelf IIIItI11ttJnc better and themJvee IgtrsrCaleSwtnIpf drqlrIeteither eta that b llllooh to perms womJlHfIterteegar be WltMlltlt as It cured them ttr7memberyoungest child butIt you have never LCoyand Mrs Ellen Dnngan Muncie Ind and Ibattie ThatItno doubt pleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelytree detailForname and address on a postal MM or Otherwise For either request the doctora address Is Dr W B Caldwell860UCjd- well hulUlBc MottUe Watch That Griffon SuitLl Baltimore Made The Home cf VII Good Clothes My Fall line more complete than ever is now ready tor your inspection Call byand ask to see the only make that fits like Tailormade clothes ALL WOOL SAM ROBINSON r Stanford Ky SEE ME About That New Suit Just Received a Big Line LeL SANDERS Crab Orchard Kentucky o M I NorShap Barn Door Hanger The tubular track Is easily put In position It Is Irapo9 ible lor this track to Irccca up dog et Mich Tn slot is on the lower note the tandem roller carriage wheels are round with a Lange la the Ilei which plumbs the stet fspe4HsK the carriage to work and la perfect toe A send steel wheels are mosated ea roller bearings In tea swing this dew at eagle to the bars a shelter frrai JtstsUr tnsk cwxs U I 1tI tw saaltesrtIl I q ItFOR ISTIRRING TIMES wo are having ID the building line We carry a full line of lime plaster cement and everything else needed for building Everything purchased here will bo found ot the best quali ty and the best for Intended purposes We will save you trouble sod uaeeea gory expense by sending to tw for am estimateJ ALLEN StrMfril Ky I SALE OF LAND As agent of the heirs of Mrs Nan nN U jord1 pill on the premise nt abut 230 P M 011 Sturoay Sept 10th 1910 offer for sale at publl outcry ti tract of 63 89100 ucrea owned by Mrs Uood at the Ume of her death The land Is about 12 mile from Turners yule on the McCormack8 church pike la well watered Mid all In grass Poe session given Jan 1 J Terms will be announced on day oral J U PAXTON Agent t a II yea wart Ne bear that JMftt1 p can lure seta be geed set thtog oaly et yserINI f4 but get geeerattetu tigate the NefsHup Tuba tar Mama Deer Keasee 1 FJNE FARM FOR SALE Located OB the Wsmrord lad Ot teahelra pike contalatag 13812 acres well watered one hundred acree la graaa 60 acres for wheat This laait produces tint tobacco corn and wheat A line young orchard of one hundred bearing fruit trees a modern new six loom house cistern at door cellar and all necesary outbuildings two teaaat houses largo bars new site free mau delivery three hundred yards to school 1 12 miles to ualoa church Will make terms easy W F DUhoa Stanford Ky Box 41 Phone 8 ring h Notice For the next 28 days we will fell our tobacco hogsheads at mill a14J 1110 each We also have sore tine wtiita and brown leghorn cookereU I PlaningMIS 1Jy leiMcClary Undertaker and EmlMlrnir STANFORD KY 1 Offlae PhonelT Home P IiIB O CAR 1New Livery Depot StreettSTANFORD KENTUCKY tI