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MULE RECORDS BROKEN AT BAUGHMAN'S SALE GREAT CROWDS PRESENT AT TWO BIO SALES OF LINCOLN COUNTY STOCK. Old tale men, mulo nnd horso buyers of mnny years' experience say Uint they havo nercr iiccn audi a unto na Ihflt or James II Baughmnn held hero Wednesday. Tlicro navo been other sale In Kentucky whero more money In tho nggregnto was realized, but nono wherein as large on nmnuni of suporlatlto class stuff was offored and brought Mich uniformly high prices And to cap tho climax or an other wise remarkable sale, two records for mule prices were, smashed when W N. Onnin, of Gallatin, Tenn., paid $265 for n suckling ninro mulo colt at Its mother's sldo and Lon Hudson, of Attantn, paid $395 for tho "Itoman Nose" mule, Mr. Bnughmnn's crack horso mute, 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. Iioth of theso mules will be continued In their fair careers by their new ownera (J rent Intorst was uroused In tho salo of tho suckling colt, and tho bidding was very spirit ed, Dr J D. Arbucklc, or Madison county, being the runner up against When tho $250 tlgure Mr. Hudson was reached the big crowd broke Into a cheer, for It was said that that figure was tho highest hitherto paid for a suckling mulo colt In addition to tho sale of the two mules mentloni-d- . Gentry, Thooipsou it Duvnll paid $310 for Mr Haugh-man'crack maio mule which Is conceded to be tho best out this year Mr. Bnughtuan was anxious to hae nil his finest stock retained In Kentucky, but much of It goes to Tehhe-nennd other states where ho much richer premiums arc hung up for multi rings at the fairs. . Mr. CrJIf.n.bought privatrty from Mr Hudson after tho auction, the "itoman INoso inula for It 00 and will takr hlui to Tenncweo to show with the others he tot, at the big fairs at Knot-villMemphis and the State fair at Nashville. ' The total sum realized from Mr Haughman's sale of mules Is over threc-yenr-old s u -a Not In a qjarter of a century has n crowd of such magnitude hern seen nt a Kentucky ealo. Many intimated It at from 2,1)00 to 3,000 people Iturgoo dinners were prepared for 2000 ,nnd the supply was hardly enough. The sale was held under the big show tent, which was a wise provision for tho day was broiling hot , .Cols. T. O. Kngllsh nnd I. W Dunn. 'or Uanvllle, cried tho sales and made every animal go the HmtL Some valuable household furniture .wan told by Col. Chandler before the f stock sales Isaac Shelby paid 170 mor a handsome old sideboard. of the day Tho principal sale $20,000. fe nwero r" " Two-year-ol- d maro maro $245. mule 1350 Gentry W, T. Thompson and Duval I, Two-year-ol- d mule 'Robinson. Three-year-old Hudson, "Four-year-old horse mulo $333. U W. L. W 'Hudson, .Two- - horso $200 ear-ol- mule maro mule J. r. D. e, ' .1235. ?Two-year-ol- d mare muler-D- $235. jFlve-year-ol- d bay mare mulo black mule Win. Robinson, Five-year-o- $240, Wo. Robinson, $250. home mule W. N. Oliffin, $175 "Yearling mare mulo W. N. Griffin. $280. 'Yearling black maro raulc W. T Griffin, $259. ' Yearling black horso mule D E. IVandell. $190. Iron grey mules Pair Wm. Griffin, $(90. bay mare mulo Hogc ' 'lllack yearling "Twc-ytar-o- ld &. Jeffers, Kranktort, Two year old bay $30U. maro mule uiulw 3; d mare Embry. $185. Yearling mare mule Sam Embry, Three-year-ol- Hrusiffleld. $160. $210. Yearling - horse mule horso mulo mare $220. N. W. Tlpes, Hogo & II OS, 9V fors.- Yearling horso mulo $133. Jet u I Yearling $130. ter. j John mule D. Fos tJack Samson, Tabs, $076. Three-year-ol- Itonakcr, d J. Clarence horso mule John mi! Luntford, Four-year-o- $160. Hoce VVtour-year-ol- b Joffers. d black $170. horse cuer, $iuo. Two-year-ol- d horso mulo maro mule mule Wm. Wil- - Mitchell Witch-er. Taylor, f Gray $175. Two-year-ol- d $205. Wm. gray mule mare (leo. mare $155. $335. Huhlo. $175. Nine-year-ol- d mule Bailey Holtzclaw, Pair Iturnam. Three-year-old Four-year-ol- d mare mules horso mulo mule mule T. F. Clar A. ence TattJ. Rogers, Twp-year-ol- d $135. maro hraaro W. $155. $175. $175. ear-ol- d r. Dr. E Dlshon, Two-year-ol- d horse mule maro mule Ar M M buckle, Throe-- y Three-year-old J. Dlshon. $155. Iilih'nn. 1140. Two-year-ol- d horse horse inuleJ. mule Uowen Ho will speak to tho Ladles' Missionary 8oelety and C. W. H. M at 2:30 BURGLARS MAKE p. m., .Monday. All are cordially InIN CASEY COUNTY vited to attend. HAUL AT MORELAND Ellwood nnd Prancli Weathertord leae this week for their respective RAW DEAL FROM A 8EED MER. schools In Lexington, Vn., and Mays-tlll- PUBLIC SCHOOL HONOR ROLL ' HH TtsssssssV AND LIVE NEWS FROM CHANT MILTON McCOR- "' ' ' ' AisssssssssssWK tM Tenn. WEST END CITY. sssssssssssssssssssHr MACK IMPROVINO. ssssssssssssssk' Myers left this week tor Carlisle .sisssssssssssssssssssssiissssssssssssn ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssbsmVsPW Mi sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssU.AsHlFPkPw' ssssssssssssssssssssssVrWVsKI Lexington whero ho will matriculate Moreland, Ky., Sept. 8. Mr. Disssssssssss&c IIiiBtonvllle, Sept. 8. ZT News wna recplvpil lir trwinv mni nt the Statu University to complete vine's ctoro hero was robbed last 'A ssssssssssfssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssKr1 C' tho residence or Mrs. Rader, a widow, n'9 education. night. Half a stalk or bananas, snmo sssssssHssssssisssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssff '' wns burned to the ground on Jona- McTho uinji friends if Milton HsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssHWlU cltfar, smoking tobacco, lemons and Ginn Fork, 10 miles from Mldlesburg Tho ro,n .. V . VtssssssssssssssssssssssssssssKOssssssi I In Casey county last tight Hus- - cormnck over Kentucky will be glad oranges were taken. They waited 0I ,eT; until lito In the day before sending' bloodhounds of Marshal Lair of BssssVVsssssssssssslsssssssssssssslssssssssssssssssssssssl best regards to t r V'0 ir.nv.iio ..ii,i.. -ror Uilr's bloodhounds of Hustonvllle, n1lrl"B friends. scene nnd placed upon the trail. Tho nnd aw they had swept out the dogs Muc, complaint Is heard from tho could not get the building; nnd nil contents were do- scenL so tho thief stioyed. Tho family waa away from tobneco raisers who say that tho or thieves hae not been located. ri,1"M nre great nam-TiOn Friday. Sept ICth there will bo home when tho burning occurred. ,un"u "'ns K" to all tobacco that Is ready to held nt the Moreland hniimia tr.Minrt in Kntinnkn ihi public schol nn'1 tils means fully ono half of building tho second public exercises morning. It was learned Uioro that rllt of the yenr. Thoe will consist ot two misnlclous bought the rrl' ln tll,s end "f Ul county. characters D. C. Allen shipped to Cincinnati recitations, compositions, readings tickets for Danvlllo and tho Invcstlga- tkfli will bo continued to that point. 3 cattle, 4C hogs and 42 lambs Tor nnd n debate; "Resolved, that It Is nch he paid $8.15 for hogs, 3 - 4 Right ror n .Man Without Children to Tho belief Is that tho houso was to 4 c for cnttle nnd 4 to 6c for lambs Pay School Taxes." All arc cordially robbed and then burned. Thorn Is nn Innnlrpd ndtnratlnn to nd old 13 feeders nt $5.15. Ho Invited to attend Exercises begin I horse mul" "bewnre of tho mnn or whom every- - bought 20 calves nnd sold John Lutes promptly at 1:30 p. 111. J H. Bauahman's famous "Ron an Nose" Tho following Is the roll or honor that has taken moro blue ties than any mu in Kentucky and was sold for boJy speaks well; likewise auspect n bunch at 4 Jl,ss Angle Carpenter has return-ow- or tho Moreland public schol lor tho $395, the hlflhst price ever paid In this jUte for a horse mule. the man who alter long tooting his first review ending SepL 2! bassoon" has exchanged It Tor a EV"1 A'IRU8ta: Kan8a!. to tike Grade 8 Myrtle Morgan, leader 88; In mus c and $.8 Oover, $!' In fishing for suckers. A our RRldcd nIgh gchoo, elocution CQ,n. Hettle White 86; Ellen Hughes 84; megaphone Ycnrling horso mute Henry mile -- Dalloy horso by each victim dial welcome was gven her on her Kntherine McCIure 82; Zella Clark-eo- n fault for damages $7S Holtzclaw, $151 81. . M. Line, should Two-yea- r Yearling horse colt grny horse mule assure prompt restitution, early return. old Grade 6 Lula Routt and John Best, $100 Hoge & Jclfers, $150. Hero Is the vase: Tho past season leaders 87; Sadlo .Mills 86; Ben H. Yearling filly Carroll Shanks, $123 maro mulo Ilalley S has been the most disastrous season Pniltt 85; Willie Southcrland 83; Rogers, $145. caring filly-J- as. HoIU'cIaw, $180 PUBLIC SALE Clevn Roultt 82; Bertie Baker 81. to our melon growers that even vet Five-- ) ear-olYearling filly 'Jeo Kuule, $07. mule S. M. Noel, Grade I Josephine Compton, lead Yearling filly-- A. P. 8loan, $77. $145. erans ever experienced, aside from er, 96; Annie Harmon 'Jo; AiacK Jack colt, yearling Carroll Shanks, unprecedented expenso of cultivation Q( a Large Blue Cras; mure In toil to Jack Clurkson 91; Hazel Singleton 92; $16$. T. D. Chenalll, $210. In necessary hoeing and hand weed- - Frank Felstrltzer 91; Keitn Kins as; Yearling Jack colt Same, $285. Ui.ire T. D. Chenault, lng. A certain seedsman of Phlladel- - 8T0CK AND FARM ,MpLEMENTS Joseph Drlesler 80. $200. Agd Jack Walter Walker, $160. urade 3 Dudley I'eyton, leader, vv; Black Jennet Mitchell Taylor, $60. phln, who advertises nnd charges mare Clarence Tate, j w(J $160 more eUravagantly than the leaat fc$luted two ralleaPfrom NMehtriuTlll' Lee Mills 88; Charles Singleton 86. Oeo. Huble, $158. lllack Grade 2 Irene .Morgan 86; Hazel Four-- ) ear-olRobin-son- , more Tho Black Jennet Same, $26 scrupulous competitor, supplied our Ky., on tho I nlon Mills pike, on Dlshon 83; Sarah Muser 81. $203. Grey Jennet colt Henry Anderson, THURSDAY, SEPT. 22. 1910. two growers nearest town a lot of Grade 1 Wm R. King, 94; Thel- Klpht- - ear-olmare T. M. Tuoker, $0. 8 . bum seeds, which havo produced n tracts, PIac,f w"' b cut Into twelve mu Owens, 93, Grace Ellis, 90 $140 Brown Jcnet Clarence Tate, $25. throe tracts gins, Enrollment to date 44 crop of hybrids that do not average on wllkh ,a tne Patton Huble, $126 Blitrk Jennet-C- h) I'ercheron mare lxd-u- averace attendance 62. boys,L&4 rubbs. E. -$- 220. Bl.irk Jennet M J. Farrls, Jr., $86 good pie pumpkins In flavor. lows: with principal, Miss Fannie Spears, assist gray mare Tom Illark J'uont Jas. Wods, $'JU. rac Is- - 1 contains 50 acres on ant. This seedsman not only Issues a $195 Black Jennie Dr. Hlckle. $41. Miss Salne Hawkins, Is the guest Ten-- ) ear-olmost seductive catalogue with cuts "c1hfJ? narPfq00 8Pr'.ng' Ruble, Broun Jennet Dr Hlckle, $50 nieare (leo. by of Miss Mary Rout $350. Black Jenuet Wiley Dlshon. $tU2 of mammoth crops grown by his cus- - ponrt No 3 contains 50 watered Mr. Horace Nicholson, or Burnside, Twenty sfer cattle, 900 lbs., at tomcrs, but annually has a list of good soil and will produceacrea extr mare mule Itobt. nny crop Hurton, $120 the guest of Mrs. Dodd Routt. $4.70 B. D. Holtzclaw. contains 72 ucres, good spring is Mr. Frank Timber ake and wire, ot din- - No- novelties worth their weight In . grny mare Lee , Lexington, llogcnt, I ICO. monds. and issues a supplement Mare mjilo JuM Wilson, $155. wer5 berlake. are visiting Mrs. G. T. Tlmgray marc Bailey Thre-- ) ear-olHorse mule Dr. Hlckle. $105. his catalogue called "Practical Farm- - and on this plot Is a seven-rooJ Mrs. Perkins, or Faulconer, has Holtrclaw, $200. Horse mule Carroll Shanks, $125. er," whose corps ot editors pass up brick house, good dry rellar, rour-stajust returned from a visit to Mrs. G. Horse colt It eb tloddard, $5S. Mare mule N.' W Rogers, $122.50. and a" tber necessary out-o- r 1 . Tlmberlake. mare Clarence Tate Seen year-olPair horso mules Carroll Shanks, no opportunities that are presented ?ta','e fal, bBTl? Miss Addle Coffey nnd her daugn- Tntc. $Iti0 made to push Ms gcods-t- hat $245. ter, Miss" Catharine Coffey, are vismare Clarence Tate Mare mulo J E Bruce, $135. to do what Is claimed for them 7 contains ter. No. 45 ne Ann at Burnside. $200 Mare mule Di Hlckle, $10J50. henco the damage. spring water. No. 8 contains 25 iting relativesRoutt, ot Danville, waa Horso mule colt of above marc Mr. Jcstse Horse raule Kred uoocn, itz.su. high- - acres and has fine spring water. No. Miss Hettle Floyd, one ot our folks Sunday. Tol Tlmberloko, $95. Mare mule Mitchell Taylor. $130. 9 contains 32 acres and has good run- - with home mare W.H. Murphy $125, .Mr. David McChord, while braking Mare mule N. W. Rogers, $127.50. ly accomplished young ladles, left on Mulo colt of above Tol Tlmberlake on the L. & N. near ML Vernon, was whero Pair are mules Carroll Shanks, Monday for Globe. Arizona, $50 off a car by a tunnel and $20. she goes or the third year to toac 147 acres, fine running water from knocked hurt Monday plghL mare Bailey Holtz Hnrxe mule Dr. Hlckle, $92.50. Wendover's spring. 40 acres in blue severely In their splendid city school. claw, $I2J. Mr. James Merrtman, wno naa peen Hone mule S. J. Embry, Jr., N- -' contains 124 acres and very ill or typhoid rever. Is now betMule colt of tbove Sam Embry, $137.50. Charles- Uyieeler, Dr. J. C. Barker f88- lor any crop and lays well. ter and we hope he will son be out. $70 More mule N W. Rogers, $140. and other, n.ado good speeches to waler convenIences mare Mat Arbuckle Dr. Carpenter gave a lecture on Horse mule Wm Robinson. $120. the very large audience at the open- - about half of this tract unsurpassed. Is In blue tuberculosis last Sunday In tho More-Ihn- d $235. Horse mule E. T. Pence. $117.50. opening or our high graded school last grass and clover,, and on this tract Is gray mares Henry Pair Union church. Horse mule S II. Baugbman, $150. or the stock Indication City, Baugbman, $535. mulo--Horse J. Embry, Jr., Monday. Everycharming whispers . one In best tobacco und servant Mr. C. S. PrultL of Junction M. E. rn. nacoutjr. mare See Roger. $172.50. evidence ot In melodies tho lu visiting his brother, Mr. $145. j Hnrxe n.ule Jake Robinson, $140. a splendid school, thoroughly organ - buggy house( he noug(Ji smoke h0U8e'( Pniltt. ot Burnside. SmooUi-mout( maro and colt T. 8. Miss Elizabeth Cox will leave More-lan- d Mare mule J E. Bruce, $132.50. lted In every department for a most uriwiaru, garuen Da of BirawDerries Hagan, $15. Mlddlesboro, Friday Mure mule T E. Dlshon, $170. and grape arbor. No. X'l Is one or wherenext will start far school on MonPair black mares Jonea Baughman, ' Horse mule Carroll Shanks, $93. successful year's work. to she the most desirable .places to live In day. Her aunt. MIsb Cox. ot Junction $330. Horse mule Dr Hlckle. $72.50. George Cunningham bought from county every Imgray mare A. Itog. Ftreiyear-olI'alr horse mules McCreary Sim- T. A. Kyulerson 40 head or 1050 cat- tne wnoie school, and has and rail- City, Is teacher there. provement, church ent. $145. mons, $27b. Miss Catherine Hanson and the James Yowell bought road close, and on the prospective mare C. C. Cover, Misses Ada and Minelle Prultt atPair horse mules N. W. Rogers, tle at 5c. line to Rtchond. $130 parties 100 from various Somerset fair Thursday. $285. sold as n tended the These W. B. Pair bay mares, ) ears-olto 5c. J. C. Johnston whole in tracts will be and then re They spent Thursday night In BurnHorse mule N. W Rogers, $135. cattle at 4 order named Jone. $335. and Mrs. M. J E. Bruce, $192.50. Mare mi-lbought or W. U. Routon 45 lambs at sold as follows: Tracts No. 1, 2 and side with Mr. McCIure and E. PrultL mare Joe Stockton, Two year-olher aunt. mule Dr. Mrs. C. K. horse to 3, as a whole, tract No. 4 as a whole, 5 and a lot or nice heirers $125. Emma Fttzpatrick attended the Hlckle. $102.50. 1, 2, 3 and 4 as a whole, Miss tracts No. mare W. N. Orltlln $28'). d They spent a night with mule S. IL QU a car at 4c. W Baughman, $135. horse tracts 8, 9 and 10. as a whole, and fair Friday. Mare mule colt of above I J. Q. Yowell, or Rush Branch, Ma- tracts No. 11 and 12, the home place, relatives ln Somerset, a Miss days. Hudson, $265. TeW (Continued on Pago 2. will remain for rlon county, spent several days last separately, then all or the .tracts with mare Tom Dudderar, Four couples from Somerset were city, the guest or Mr. the exception of 5. 6, 7, 11 and 12 will married last Thursday. All but ono $180. week In our William J. Yager be sold as a whole. A twenty-foo- t Cray mare Jones Baughman, $160 couple were runaway matches. Frank Vaughan. road touches each tract of land. Ev pony, Clarence Shetland Mr and Mrs. O. B. Prult witn two street on Saturday night orybodr is invited to Inspect this West Main $100 Tate. TO BRIGHT'S DISEASE was made hideous by the riders or farm and crops. Possession ror Heed children attended the Woodman's picPair gray mapw Will Corder $325. SUCCUMBS LINGERING Monday. at AFTER ILLNESS. Each nicMiss Burnside Yearling Shetland pony J. T. L running horses, yelping and shooting ing purposes given at once. by ot Moreland, rethe turned Ellen Hanson, Monday tract ot land will ter, $80 rork. county surveyor. be surveyed to her home after aMr. William J. Yager, one of the as they ran rapidly towards tho best known and most successful trav- The parties are known and It would f ON LAND cash few days' stay with friends ln SomerTERMS THE SHANKS SALE. eling men out of Louisville, died at bo best ror them to come up and set- balance in two and three years with Mr E. E. Hughes. Jr., of WinchesTho sale of HonW H. Shanks on the home of his brother-in-laMr. interest on deferred payments at 6 ter, and little son, Woodford, will be once. Tuesday was a success In every par- W M Bright, yesterday afternoon, af- tle at per cent, per annum. the guests of his parents Sunday, Mr. D. C. Allen shipped an assorted car 8TOCK AND FARM IMPLEMENTS ter a long Illness or kidney trouble ticular und an aggregate sum of nnd Mrs. P. S Hughes. was realized. Col. J. P. Chandler nnd complications. 100 Southdown sheep, 2 brood mares to Cincinnati last week of hogs, cat-t- l Mr. James Hubbard. Miss Bertha 1 maro with mulo colt at side, 2 work About 15 years ago Mr. Yager maraSrd this sale and had tho bidders tor which he paid 7 and lambs, yingletou, Miss Gertie Hughes and ried Miss Mary McKJnney, or this 3 4 to 4 and 4 to 5c respectively. jumping at all stages horses. 2 young geldings, piws. har Mr. Geo Hubbard attended the Jumrows, wheat drills, cultivators, doublo Mr. Shanks disposed of a bunch of countv, and for a number of years bo camp meeting Sunday. Harry Williams sold a good ramlly shovels, roller, etc. splendid farm stud, not claiming to they lived In Louisville, where Mr ror $250, TERMS Under $10, cash; over be netting fair winners, and nil went Yncer held a lucrative position as horso to Mrs. Janle Russell time, with at a rato which showed the active travollng salesman for Fischer-Lea- r & that Mr. B. J. Willis, or Klrkavllle, Mo., Eood amount sir months' cent, tuterest Mrs. Sallie Good demand note bearing 6 per The principal salea were ns Company, a big wholesale house. a near relaUte or Rev. W. S. Willis, follows Stock nnd Iraplemeuts will be sold Some time ago his health began to Maro mule colt Henry Anderson, fall hlra and with his family he moved pastor ol the Christian church here, at tho homo place at 10 a. m., nnd $81. to this place, where he had but re- died last week and was burled at land salo will begin on tract No. 1, PASSES TO CHRISTIAN'S REWARD AT WEST END HOME. Browu mare mule Col. Oeorge cently bought property on Danville Slpsonvllle. Shelby county. Kentucky, lu the rear of Patton place. HENRY C. MUIR, Huble, tJarard, $84. avenue, but on account or bis enfee- on Friday last In the presenco or a Mrs. Sallie Myers Good, wife or Horso mulo colt Oeorge Huble, $70. bled condition had not taken possesRoute 1, Nlcholasvllle, Ky. of sorrowing friends Both Phones. Mr. Ben F. Good, died at her home Ruckling horso colt Will Field $58. sion of it Deceased was born In large concourne near Turnersville jfroin tho infirmities Horse colt Joe Embry. $83. TaylorsvlHe 43 ye" ajo, was a mem- and relatives. Yearling maro mulo Henry Ander- ber or the Broadway Christian church MEDICINE NOT A of old age. She Was 82 yoars old and Clevo Dunn's "left paw" twirls and A RELIABLE son, $50. her long ana useful lire had been NARCOTIC Louisville and was held In high curves defeated tho Bloomer Girls' spent for the most part In Lincoln Mare mule yearling Henry Fields, at esteem by the firm tor which he trav team at Junction City on Saturday Mrs. F. Marti. SL Joe, Mich., says county 0er 6j years ago Mrs. $114. by a legion of mends every-whorsays, was liko Foley's Honey and Tar saved her lit- - Good was marrlfctl to the husband, Pair yearling horso mules Henry eled and who will be deeply grieved to The attendance. Clevo uur uv who, with three cluldren ore now left ne lite. Fields, $184. day and drew a big crowd. tlo boy's contracted writes; a circus a bronchial trou to mourn the loss! ot a dutiful wire Yearling horso colt M. J. Farrls, learn of hU untimely death. of tin hnv Besides hU wife, Mr. Yagor Is sur- Tho score was 8 to 5 in favor ble ana a the dostor's raeetcine did and devoted Jr., $564. motl er. Tho children boys Yearling horso mule Bun Ualnen, vived by two Yager, W, J. Yager, Jr., Junction City. not cure him, I gave him Foley's are Mcsdaiues W. T. Ward, ot Fayyears, 13 aged and Houston or Mercec Honey and Tar In which I havo great ette county; W. P Bradshaw, ot this Burgln. $94. Miss Alice Yearling horso colt Ueo. Iluble, aud 6 years, respectively, and his county, Miss Denny, or Lexington, faith, it curea tne cougu ns w?u cainty, and Mr. Vf. B. Good, also ot mother, Mrs. Margaret Yager, and lhA rhnlclne and Ragging spoils, and Lincoln. $65. Since eariy childhood the Louis-Miland Mr. Alex Robinson, of Uarrard he got well In short time Foley a deceased had beenl a member ot the Yearllng horso mulo Dr. Hlckle, ono sister. Mrs. J. T Short, of county, are guests or Mrs. Alice Lusk Honey and Tar has many times sav- Christian church atad her lire at all $89. never Only a row months ago hla rather Yearling mare mule Dr. Hlckle, Mrs. Mlnnlo Robinson, ure ed us much trouble and wo are a faithful and Buugars times had been that ot passed away and now his family la nni sister. Danville without It In the nouse. conslstant follower! of the meek and grief over the at the Kauffuian home on Carroll bowed down again with and Tanner Yearling maro raule lowly Ndtarlue. l.t not her loved death of him who had so much to live avenue this week. Shanks. $13S. ones weep rcr thel reward of thojo or the Huatonvllle C. W In Hla Infinite love and Carroll for. May God mule borao The ladles Yearling GRATITUDE OF Mho lve iu God b truce Is rich and tho sorrowing ones D. M. will meet on Thursday evening THE wisdom comfort Shauks. $128. fZLDSaLY PEOPLE everlasting, and truly this la her'. Yearling maro mule Henry Holds, lu this sad hour All memwill be cnduc church. nM nut flb whatever helps gtrij Tho funeral service; The funeral son Ices will bo con- iu the Christian $100. church Henry Fleldt, ducted by Rev. D. M. Wnlker nt 2:30 bers are especially requested to at- them oase. comfort und strength. Pd at the TurnersvilkvChrtstlan Yearling maro mule morning it 10 o'clockbj Foley's Kldeny PUIs cure kidney aud tomorrow atternoot at the home or tend. tomorrow $101.. promptly, und give Rev. J. W. wiuteneau, after which tb Yearling horse colt W. M. Lane. Mr. Bright, after which the remains Rev. Isaac M. Yonan, or Persia, will bladder diseases remains vwllll be laid,tore bo consigned to Mother Earth, speak at the Presb) terlan church comfort und relief .to elderly people mortal will $100. ln Buffalo cetaeiwy. evening Shusars and Tanner. Ally colt Carroll Shanks, there to await the Judgment morn. Yearling next Sunday morning and HERE'S THE MULE THAT BROUQHT THE COIN. INCENDIARY FIRE UHPr' iiiisiiHF ItlSFyi'' IffisSaHlill m JRk. r, isisiHlfXlfi'' ljA2iklllHBHHlBiHHllH ., ni .'... "T," ........... n 1- three-year-ol- n Two-year-ol- d d - Five-year-ol- d Four-year-ol- d ""'" Flvo-yenr-J- d d Threo-yoar-o- ld 3-- 4 p d Hob-lino- Three-yunr-ol- d d d TndLeTZl ffi' ll sLlZtVlnl conS ?$& Three-year-ol- d 3. Four-year-ol- d h d Fonr-re?r-oI- d 1100-poun- d 5-- 2 e Three-year-ol- d Three-year-ol- Fltz-patrl- d One-hal- $10,-50- 0 I I - " .""' sxx?cieztk MK TWO THE INTBRIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY, BKPTKMBER , 1910. H The Interior JouRNAk EiUMUhed 1871 f Seer; Tofilter 't j. .4. ' DOING THEIR JHJTY of eitanfstSTWeplejare Larn ot a booa jtne kldneyr aad will mvmtr tuesdat and Friday neis are sick. Dackache And r- At $1 Per Year In Advance, low HELTON Wncn'fhy fair to do tills theTUd many kidney Ills fol SAUFLEY...... Publisher Stan-lor- Entered at the Post Office at Ky., aa Second Class malL Full reports of the two big sales this week and heavy advertising have crowded out tho Installment ot "The Island or Regeneration" duo in this Issue nnd forced to leae out much larger and faster prens to enable us other news The I. J. neews a no to rrlnt a larger paper and the only way we can get It la for eery ono ot our 3,200 subscribers to send or bring us a dollar Immediately. We nre forced to leave out columns of Interesting news every Issue simply for the reason there Is not room for It, and to print six or eight pages is a herculean and almost never ending task because of the large number of papers 8tates. Remember the name Doan's and to be printed and the slowness of take no other. our old press. THE MULE SALES. So, if you are interested in seeing (Continued frbmTage'l.) I. J. made bigger and better the Pair horse mules B. etery Issue and we hope ev2S3. ery reader is you tan help along the T. Pence, mare mule N. W. good work by sending that dollar at Rogers, 1122. mare mule Mitchell once. Taylor, 11 35-- . horse mule Carroll News comes that E. C. Walton has Shanks, 1135. bought a daily paper at Orlando, Fla. horse mules Dr. Pair The old saying that printers' ink Hlckle, 1215. mare mule J. E. will never wash off a man's hand is again proven true. All will wish him Bruce, 18u. mare mule N. W unbounded success. Rogers, Jir.2.50. horse mule Mitchell Stomach misery vanishes instantly, Taylor, J97.S0. mare mule N. W. Two- - ear-oland indigestion Is permanently cured stomach tablets. 0. L. Rogers, S3. with horse mule B. G. Penny guarantees them, 50 cents a Two-year-ol- d Two-year-oTwo-year-ol- d d d d d d a Doan's Kidney Plls Cure them all. Stanford pcoplo endorse our claim. Mrs Nancy A. Logan East .Main St., "I scarcely Stanford, Ky., says: know how to cxpres my gratitude to Doan's Kidney Pills for the benefit they brought me. When I began to to uso them, 1 was In a rolscrablo My back seemed to have condition. given out entirely nnd nt times pained me terribly. 1 often became so weak and lame that I was almost prostrated I was also anoyed by u frequent desire to void the kidney secretion and tuu passages were accompanied burning sensation by an intense Learning of Doan's Kidney Pills. I procured a simply at Shucars and Tanner's Drug Store, and In view of tho results I received, I can give them Doan's Kidney tho highest pralse not only relieved my t'llls restored my kidneys tobacache, a nor mal condition. For sale by all dealuers. Price t0c. Foster Mllburn CI., Uuffalo, New York, sole agents for the United Urinary trouble, diabetes. be as short If you Use Bucklcns Arnica Salve", their quickest Curt. Kien tho worst bolls, ulcers, or fever sores are coon healed by It Best for burns, Cuts, Hruiies, Sore Lips. Chap ped hands, Chilblains and Piles. It gives Instant relief. 25 cents at PenDrug Store. ny's rw AN AWFUL ERUPT1QN V'olcftVo exfcltes brief ?inferr)stjr (aterest In sktfi eniptlona ' $? 'JaaaafcSBSfrl. .A 4 ir&sT'fe 'ftCl? Fall And Winter Suitings My new fall nnd winter samnles nro now ready for your Inspection. They comprise tho best on the market. I ran suit any one as to price who has his clothes made to order. A suit mado to yQur measure is preferable To have to ready mado clothes. them mado to measure doesn't rost any rnoro than ready mado when quality and fit is considered. Come In and let me take, your measure. II. C. Rupley, the Practical Tallor.5 jjm laef'L jBrir. JBKm.' M aaaaaali ' V A WaCllaaaPSrX V .BbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbK JS.aaeW T Se.' 1 -- SffrH. in W- 1 aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaDaaaaaaaaaaaaliaaaaaaaaaa'aaaaaaaaV taaaaar''' ' ' M eLAiiaal "" MjSdCB - BaBB sflri TT ' ' -' 'a- -' Here is a Remedy That '' Will Cure Eczema "WE PROVE and-mone- ITY box. WHEN MERIT WINS Gover, $90. w When the medicine you take cures your disease, toes up your system and makes you feel better, stronger and more vigorous than before. That is what Foley's Kidney Pills do for you in all cases of backache, headache, nervousness, loss of appetite, sleeplessness and general weakness that is caused by any disorder of the kidneys or bladder. Shugare and Tan ner The Favorite Tosue experi Why waste time menting with greasy salves nnd lotions trying to drive the eczema germ from underneath the skin when the druggist at the drug storo guar antees ZEMO, a clean liquid preparation for external use to rid the skin of the germ life that causes the trouble? One application wilt relieve tho itching and oftentimes one bottle is sufficient to cure a minor casp of eczema. ' In over 2,000 towns nnd rlttos In America, the leading druggist ha the agency for ZKMO and he will tell you of the marvelous cures made by this clean, simple treatment. ZKMO is recognized us tho cleanest nnd 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? A Penny's dnfg store SaaaaaaaamlyBatl ftKFmMmWr "aaata 4 Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. MA K S SI WBQL eaJieaK' r?eH I 1 H. B. Northcott. LANCASTER, BUYER OF KYj .J SUtr ..I- m MM fftm MNIMH Wm .1. Unbelt - ' AftttHrt9&. 14 All " Hfcns ' Kinds of Farm Produce (9-1- 0C Stanford Branch T. Springers I PENNY'S DRUG STORE. K. Tudor, M'g'r. WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: 10-l-lc 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 m achine will make. i T 1 t tfffffiSS5SC &2?SiSi We Have This Season (tj? Turkejs Roosters, per lb tildes per lb Feathers Ginseng, per lb Yellow Root, per lb Ducks, per lb '. 12-1- 3c 7-- Sc c 7c .l&HOc ..15 00 5- -5 EX Wni ??3Ka H. J. McRoberts. H333333QSSesee33S33l . G. L. Penny R. II. Cofley E. R. Coleman LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE. Phone 153 We can please you. J. G. Riddle Icg Cream Soda Water ! CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and am paying today lor: Hen Kggs 'J 2 to S The Hoosier Drill Willi All th. Latest Improvements 8 tery stjle, for every use nnl at W1 about any pric! Tbe o.ily wh'p you VXf 5 to cannot get here is .t poor ont Wo 12 to 13c have none of that Kind Our w'IiIi's'kv! , ..." to fcc aro oaly a sample of our I'nniiMS nnd Ducks ot horse goods. You 11 iind W5 6 to 7c oil kinds Hides the latter lust as good as tho whips UJ 15 to 43c Feathers ana cquauy nioucruiu in yric. Meal, Flour, Ship Stuff and ChickJ. C. McCLARY, Stanford, Ky. yrt en Feed for sale or In exchange for Produce. Springers Koasters Turkeys 11 to 11 l-2 .. CHOOSING A WHIP. is an easy matter heio We have iyc 10c m UJ (jj yJ ico Phosphates drape Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. Phone 20. We can make it to your interest to pay us a call. EARMEHQ Rami This if Ynu Havn Sheen. itI1J S3 SMrf !Mj.Xi HH w jIVW :v,"tl k jNaseiagA 5A'A.LAJ. A LUXURIOUS jig INSURANCE Tf.P E3EBS0BBBEeS8SEBER or j Lcaticy tsivu., w. m., i manure I l-- ,D I- -. I l tm Furnituro and Undertaking. Day Phone 28. Night Phono J 33. t58S H& IS A LADDER tMrrrrrNst .r" " " - iXVBBaBBIS?BBBBBBBVeaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBV I Stanford, KenturHy. Stock Repays Gare Tho caro you plvo stock, especially in feedmtr, la returned to you ten fold in good hard cash. Keep your Horses, Cows, Sheep and Hoga In good condition and free from worms by feeding TLat't where proflU in la (beep ralilnf. but roa cannot ret th Dili profile nnlcee roa kcepfoaranlcul ire from norma. More Wool-Mo- ra LmntbBMero Mutton n ALftVET This wonder working medicated salt is easy to feed and costs but littlo. Itputstho animals' stomachs and intestines in perfect condition, so that every particle of food is di gested and assimilated. Sal-V-ot packago for 75 cents. U manufactured, by S. It. Fell Co. CUvtlaad. Ohio, A work quickly and positively. trill poelUrtlr clean out tti erormi, not only la lour ebeep. tut la ertrr other animal on roa r I lace. 'I hie wonder work-io- n remedy mil deatroj end eipel ererr laM worxu.learlni (be animal flee todlzeel sad ueimllate eierr ounce of food It eaU. ttmlmVat feawnndetfnl toale end mn iU iter II cotl but 1 U PI cent a CUj i r l i.ju li leru ttjr-r-ei kB ,.ffl ll minmncittroii ufuq M hi vhich you escape ruin in case uy of fire. It Is tho only rational 111 which jou con protect hat on in rvery homo is a handsome sauftarj own. Don't argue that jou'll appointed bathroom It adds to tho tho premiums and Insuro yoursolf. 's Joy and comfort of living Keepti What if a flic should come today, bills down too We are propai you and svtwn tomorrow or next week? How much ed to put one in for you got jour figures you tton't find would you havo to build a new houeeT Let us Insuro you today. them nearly so high as you expot. NECESSITY mc due-tor- Undertakers and Embalm. ers. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds oi Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. CONCRETING rou promptly Hiid Ruarnntv nr.t-cluwork niut muivrlnl. Call and net our urloi Iwfore you buy ) our mutt rial ot l.utt. iuoU ni lllock Work, l'iTfmnl nnd. lu (act, w eon make any thing; from homo down ton fencu po.t. W can arv WenrelnpoiltlontotlnAll klmli ot s. 'ANFORD. - KENTUCKY W. K. WARNER, Phone 188. Fish & Pennington, Stanford, Ky. Stanford. Ky., Phono200 all M Harry Jacobs, Uwilor In and PHILLIPS BROvS., Stauford, Ky. Muuafartu:r ot , tSV lr -. v. . bliltluioiji,;, aitiaaa.u. l . .r.-jj n. ai . t l t'jam If you Imvo anytlilng to lu the Mnrblo and Granite MonuV4H;.ut atxttc. Ktuutf, Ky. krkora uuj i'twu ments, OtVcc Ovatottiry tt PeilCe BrOS., jy... SMhVmt U mold hx Stanford, Kentucky. OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION OOTf) Aug. 28 Sept. 24, 1010. -- Tnku t parade will take Carwrnl lWmnmnt Lanoaitif, tltreot uiuKiiiUtent BUnferd K 3 liourt to pass a fthen point will HMtU MrtHl at ull uoura up to tliM.i. u. Nunnelley's New Stock Yards mark tho opening of lltt plas lu wn tor a good uulck tho Ohio Valley I. Ho bujeonil eel s overy day in tho Exposition, Aug. !!9tn l'JIO. Special Hooking to tult our in hi cuitomriourpclalty Hpleudld ncwllriBot Unty year except Sitiiduy. IJriiiB on low rates- - to Cincinnati, O., via tfco Q. & C. routo have ween placed in your stock. 13et market in Grocer let. the Htato with ulentvof effect. Ask ticket agent for particu- Hot Coflce, Bnndwlcbee, plei,' Butter milk and iwwjt i'Ulk,tc.,at all tlmei. ed and water be st covered pen., outside oi Louisville or Icxington. lars. "W, A. Heckler, General lessen-ge- r Agent, CinclDBatl, O. also do"a general hitch and feed business. STANFORD, KY. We A. STOCK - 1 xnd Uw and work, it When Hungry y. CARSON. Prop. j te tJtt. aW! .- - FRIDAY, BfMTKMBER 9, 1910, TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL PAGB T)IREE , 3 i '. ," s, i . f 7 Wc have just place J on sale about filty new Fall Suits In the new est weaves and colors. The workmanship Is as good as human hands can do. If you paid the price wc ask for the ready made suit, for the rnakfnR alone, you would not get any better workmanship. New Tailored Suits , . . WMm f:MWtm risr M 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 price3and use your own judgment as to whether you buy or not. Wc arc making great preparations for Fall and will offer superior advantages to buyers of Pry Goods, Shoes and Carpets. New Skirts It is about tim: for a new skirt andc have them In all the new designs. If you should not find just what you want in our large stock, we will make you a skirt to your measure Wc fit others; wc can fit you. SEVERANCE & SON, Hays Foster There Is a new line of 26c box pa. to Knuxvllle onmade n business trip Monday. Penny's Drue ivfi, special valuta at Dr and Mrs. It It, Spltler, of Crab Store, y-- f, Orchard, were In town Thursday. Mr. John llrlght, of Somerset, was hero today to see his mother. PERSONALS .M., W. B, (Jrlnstead and Miss Antoinette rjrinttcad are the gusts of Mr. 8. T. Harris U threatened with her daughter, Mra. Jesse Walter. Mr. and Mra. J. I.. Jarvls and pneumonia, visiting relatives at Jklnrilchard. Ayres, of Plnovllle, vis" rt ' CrufeJ'Swlteb. ited friends here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Hanson and Mrs C. C. Tate and children and Mr.' Carlton Hanson are visiting Mrs. Tate aro spending the week at InHansonvlIJe, Va. Mr. Voodle Halo and llttlo qrab Orchard Springs. Vray are visiting relatives in Mrs. MafRlo James and Mr. Arch ' McKlnncy, of Crab Orchard, spent Colcsburg. Mr and Airs. Hen Lear, of. Montana, Thursday hero the guests of Mrs. are the guests or her niece, Mrs. J. A. Mary Hurch. Ilessle Armstrong and broth- Duddcrar. t Mist Mss Mary Wiggins left for Somen ers, Wllllo and Kugene, or Loulsvlllf, set on Monday, where she has a muare visiting Mr. J. A. Allen and fam- sic class for the winter. ily. Mr. und Mra Will Klfcrnuan. of Mis Jcnnnlo Scott Uloster, of it,no,)ii .Iihm'.ii Just return Knuxvllle, Tcnn, has been the guest fiom N'.xiri Milt sv. at Ibices of her mint, Mrs Sallle 11. Saufley. Attorney J. 8. Owly, Jr, Is over Mr and Mrs John S. Wells and for a visit. Ho has Mrs. Salter, or Danvilc, attended J. II from Uen prospecting In the west for the Laughmnn's sale here Wednesday. piwt few weeks. Misses Julia und Mary Kceton, of Former Chief Justice A It Uur-nu- Iledgcvlllc, left on. Monday to enter of the Court of Appeals, nor- a school at.Uarbourvlllo. prosperous furmrr of Madfson county, Mr and Mrs. 1). C. Slpplo returned attended liaughmnn's sale W'ednes-duy- . nn Tuesday to their homo In London from the Camp meeting at Jumbo. Mrs. It A McCarty, mother of Mrs. Mary IJIaln has returned from Messrs. V I., and Jas. M McCarty. a visit to Mrs. J. W. Hngln In Cov bed their sister. Mrs. Judge W T Inclnn Datls, of I'lnellle, are visiting the Misfcs May Traylor and Mary Ash- former'a-vonhere. brook are visiting relatives In Huston-vllle- . Rev1," Joseph Severance brought an auto load of prominent Franklin counts-faMiss Linda Miller Is here for a few to D.lUghman's sale. Ihey Knoxvllle. She has A. O Jeflers, George days en route to wpre" returned U" Manner!, fl. M. Noel and Duard Jut abnond. from a three months trip Wacky' Mlm Ansle KlnnHlrd. of Lancaster, Mr, Charles Prelfler and Mr Wl. War. Ham' Schlaeffer, president and secre- Is the guest of Miss Josephine Co, of Louistary of the Flsther-Iea- f Tne young ladles circle of the ville, "wro here this eek to see Mr. an lll J. Yager, who Is quite III at Ills Christian church will have store af Mr. J. L- - Ueatley'so'clock, home on'UanIIIe avenue 2 (Jertrudo Fields arrhed froen on Saturday afternoon at !!" Mr I). M I'helps, of Itlchmond, Crab Orchard yesterday and is the sevKU'ttt of thd'Mlsses Alcorn has returned to his horucrafter Mrs. iifsi Sallle Taylor Woods has return-ejifro- eral dajs- - vlfcit to his sUter," a delightful visit to menus tu Richard Mocker ML Sterllng"and Mlllersburg. The Woman's Improvement UuB ltflv. J. It Yandell, of Myden, wan will meet at the Haptlst church Wednesday afternoon, Sept. Htn at 3 30 here between trains Thursday. will Economy Mr- - and Mrs. Walter llennett, of o'clock. "Household Wchiuoml, motored out weunenuny h thn siihlect under discussion. Kv to attetid the sal of J II Haugh- - ..ry woman interested in home affairs man h Invited to nttcna. t.acn cnu may Messrs Harvey and T J Chenault,'COnlrlbuto to tho pleasure and Jirolit of Itlchmond. attended J. II Ilaugh- uf the meeting by coming prepared to make the meeting worth whllo by giv nere nwum mana-sai- e Mrsi John Shunks returned on Wed Ing some good points about homeinak netday from iv twit to Mrs Klrby ing. You aro welcome to nitenu. I President, Mrs. J. J. Dickey. Uoprno at New Castle rela-tfvrti i) Stanford, Kentucky. house Sept. 12. Mrs. J. H. Huffman, of St Iouts, Bargains In light shoes and light and Mrs. J M. Ilrnnaugh, of Lexing- hoo at the Country Store. ton, were guests of Misses Mattlc and "Diamond and Hearts at the opera Dettle Paxton, Friday. Lost, ladles' coat on Lancaster pike. Return to this office and receive re Mis W. K. Perkins is visiting rela- ward. tives In Lexington. Mrs. George I). Lyne has returned New line comforts and blankets, from Hawesvlllc. W. A. Tribble. Mr. J. D. Huffman, of St. Louis, and For Sale The house on East Main Mrs. J. M. Bronaugb, of Lexington, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Ilron-aug- street known as the Pennington and family place. Apply to T. W. Pennington." r Mrs. Wallace (lover Is visiting In Junction City. For Sale Fine black road mare, 4 Miss Martha Fish has been criticalold, standard registered. A. I). ly II) for the past week. " Urown, Dam We. Jlnrn, on Thursday, Sept. 1st, to Mr. and Mrs. W, I). Edmlnston, a lino For Sale Good, eight room house, boy garden and all necessary Mr and Mrs. Ward Moore entertain- with lot and ed some young people Saturday even- outbuildings. Also coal bins and ing with n masked party. Refresh- store building with good stock of ments were served und all had a good goods. Terms reasonable. Call or time. write to Mrs. J. C. Napier, Rowland, Ky., for particulars. h rela-tlve- CRAB ORCHARD. PR HPAG'S YOUCANBUT Blood and Liver Restorative Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year. Let us ijll your bins with our FOX Ps-rifi-tr i ' tr A Lirer Medkae XWHW ui ui Blood THE RELIABLE REMEDY for RktaiMtmn, Piaples, Blood tai Skk Ducatcs RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel-Clea- n Coal; hc - s -"- nners For Rent A largo storeroom on Co. H. SOLD BY Main und Liberty streets, Hustonvllle PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Jesse Lynn hns bought out the meat Is In first class shape. Apply to J. J. business of Land & Duciianan. C3-Allen, Hustonvllle. Wanted some country side meat Monday at the Country Store. The tax books lor 1910 are now Our heating stues, grates, etc., ready. Settlo Ww and avoid "the rish "A hard chill, pain through the chest, difficult breathing. and confusion of waiting until the lost hae just arrived. W. II. Illgglns. day. W. L. McCarty. Sheriff. Then fever, with great prostration." If this should Rev. J. j7Dlckey will preach at Lost Plain gold bracelet, Reward be your experience, send for your doctor. You may Logan's Crc-echurch Sunday at, 3: 30. for return to this office. have pneumonia! If your doctor cannot come once, Huff Orphlngton cockerels for tale. give" Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. When he comes, tell him 53-. C. C. Withers. Constipation and Indigestion are he says. (exactly what - you have done-Then Next week thcregulnr picture show twins. They kill people inch by Inch, opera house starts again. Big sap life away evej-- jday, . Holllf ter's at ino aiconoi in tnis cough medicine, j. c. Aytr Co., LcwtlLMca. double show each night, 5c and 10c Rocky Mountain Tea removes the Keep the' bowels in good condition. One of Ayer's Pills at bedtime will cause 35c .an Increased flow of blk, and. produce a, gentle lauUvCjCffect the day following,. shows have cause; drives the disease The teen drawing good crowds at the Tea or Tablets. Shugars and Tanner. g- -. : '.!".,,, r : sa u'- , opera house each nlgnt this week The "Diamonds and Hearts" hoin There are a number of good stunts -In their repertoire. talent play will be given Monday night, Sept. 12 Instead of tonight, the Coburn's Minstrels the best on the 9th as was advertised. road today come to the opera house next Thursday night. Don't forget Dr E. M. Green, of Danville, will them, they're worth coming miles to proach at the Presbyterian church see. Every ntunt Is new. Sunday morning next. Short Local News. Strenghten the nerves, makes new rich blood, increases appetite. More people owe their health and strength to it than any other rem edy. Don't wait, buy a bottle today. No Slack. Phone 11. J. Baughman& 8 It May Be Pneumonia at , 4 doas i i Kadcl-Krltchhel- d aay. M.i... II . . mr ms i. FALL FANCIES! k r Memorial servjev-- s in honor of the For Rent Storeroom on Main late Squire niaaWtruhip will be held street recently occupied by 'Joldstoin. at the Mt. Olive church next Sunday Apply to 11. C. Daughnian. morning at 11 o'clock by Rev. J. G. Lhlngston. Ilrlng your butter nnd nil the Th lufnnt daughter of Mr, and (fresh) eggs you have to the Country Mrs. Albert Newlaad died Tuesday Store Monday. aged two months and was Don't forget the sale of Mrs. Nan afternoon, burled lu Buffalo cemetery Wednesnie U. Good land on (he premises at 2:30 on Sept. 10. See ad. PUBLIC SALE. On Saturday, Sept. I'l, .Mrs Sallle R. Saufley will sell at her home dn Danville avenue. a numbr of her household eflects. kitchen utensils, good milch cow, etc . etc. Seo bills later. . mm n Tobacco growers will llnd coko nn ideal fuel for drying tobacco. Write or phono us. Danville (Ky.) as Light Company. .III Iil.fvuinl ....w...... 63-- day, i Bailey Sampson was badly Jarred last week by being thrown from his horse on the Somerset pike. The horce scared at an auto driver by Mercer county parties. Mrs. McClary's claus in china painting begins Sept. 13th, Class days Tuefrdnys, Wednesdays and Thurs days. School children desiring to take water colors or china can take Haturdny afternoon. A New Fall Clothes. Take a look at the Fresh Ones Just In Do they look "Ready Made?1 No indeed See how nicely they are tailored, how well they fit, and how becoming Yet they are not expensive $10 to $20. ! ! NlsSBsK': "WJFSM SSBSSBSSBr ll jJMsWSSBSSBBHsOL n i tx P lo i.ft n ..n.l- WtlU . et ar ...nn. I..... . .iv snrninnii ripht .inv " no o .,.. . du UI.IUJ uiMiuera I. anu my children starting to school, I or a fall whllo building n shed on his vlll not set a Court dinner this "riu "wr """"le month, W. A. Carson. Thw meeting at Xeal's Creek conr days by Rev J. R. M. Arnold, of Danville, will b In duced for twenty-fou.1 Plckey and wife, cloned tho JOth. Stanford Court Day with a sample with 30 comorMona and tllteen addl handmade bunay. See me for anv. thing you want. Headquarters for tlons and the church groatl) reived Plans are on foot for repairing the palntlno, repairing: all kinds of huinv building and putting it In good and carriage trimming. - Qlrmn nfr,M(nr W. E. PERKINS, ly L Tj, I CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY J t v sMssss SssmaST-jfr- P iwv . JNRIR tM.itItj!t5. Vff :& ft . w r id. v TOBOS . OQ JihIip T. V. Huatb'.e W. O. ilsrtia x'issbsB $ issbssbV' f Jif sssH tijs7 ssbhL L !fe o Line Of Novelties s ' Get Acquainted Now .'If yo have not been wearing I D . hart, Sch'affner & Marx Clothes ins pretty if-.- r. I ' - -- jiuVc thought about ... .....I ..Vc. .!..!tl''..,..m.. I.n.m Itnltftf Lil. certain' that you the matter at spme limifO (n ffiit i .if. 'li.is lice travofc tu tall iuto IMl fiir- rw until nfrer the Mt.l ii jnj...it.J. N, t,l ,Ver comet iu oon not with tlio .Iim'. I uiuf in ami I.'.ik at it. ,lllTl quolniw with the best In men's clothes thun right now, ioiphjdi-Jtjif viiy buy at thUltore vhen the genuine cojts youas Gooit" NOiVORli. - Alt iftsun 4M tUiith iw 'Uf ri.Mi.u. misKor gu l Iuh nn- - No J, . .th. ,i,t can We have just received a new line of pretty, Aunovelties in Neck-weato Scarfs, "large, brilliant hat pins, Jabots, patent leather and Persian belts in handsome colors. Also beautiful all sizes line of hand-bagand prices, from 50c to $5. Call and see us before buying up-to-da- te r, s, I, Cummins & Wearen, W. H. f- - STANFORD, KENTUCKY. $$$03$$jHH NMSMSItlNMMlM w Stanford, Kentucky. HIGC1NS, HUGHES, MARTIN. & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY r.rm.iTnri -- irnxiarfe-jj H PAQK FOUR. TliR INTBKIOR JOURNAL FHIDAY, SBPTKMBIR , Jl. mt 4 Aids Nature The great success ol Dr. rieree'e Gotdett Meeliest Die. eovery in curing weak stomschs, welted bodies, week lungs, end obstinete and linjerinj ceuftte, It beied oa the recognition of the fundamental truth tbet "Golden Medical DiseOTery" supplies Nature with raateriaU, in eon. Inf, denied and concentrated form. With thit help Nature necessary strength to the stomach to digest supplies the food, build up the body and thercbr throw oft" lingering obitinate coughs. The 'Discovery" reestablishes the digestive and nutrilire or(ani in sound heelth, purifies and enriches the blood, and nourishes the nerves in short establishes sound vigorous health. body-builtissue-repairinmuscle-maklng THE FARMERS . Muck Traiiif bbksbbbbbbbb1P .tjta ssjalBSajp your dealer otters aomethlni "luat ma &ood," It la probablr better FOR MM It paya better. Bat you are thlnklni ot the cure not the profit, ao there' a nothing "luat aa iood" tor you. Say ao. Icine Simplified, 1008 pages, over 700 ilVistrations, newly revised Dr. Tierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, In Plain English; or, Med paper-boun- Edition, . Cloth-boun- 31 stamps, to cover cost of mailing sent for 21 stamps. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Huffalo, N. "i . one-ce- September 28, 1910. 1 will offer for sale on the premises, my highly Improved 212 ACRE FARM Uood pony for sale; has been driven by children. II. C. payghmnn. Let mo Insure your barns and toV A. Trlbblo. bacco. For Sale. A well Improved farm of 20 acres, near ML Halcra, household and kitchen furniture, stock, and farming tools. P. II. Woodson, Mt Salem, Ky For Sole. Sow and 9 pigs, It. L. Derry, Itustonvllle. Wanted cattle to grafo 70 acres ot good blue grass. H. I, llorry, Hut tonvlllo. For Sale lllph grndo Southdown ram lambs. Fisher and Henlck crosses. Mrs. Mattlo II. Howes, Moreland, Ky It: It No 1, Uox 49 Wanted To buy n pl.aco ot 75 to 100 ncroa In Lincoln county, one having lmproements. Address I. O. Uox 65, Stanford, Ky. buck for sale. 8 J. N'lce Emhry. Sttnved from ny place, n Jersey bull; will weigh about S00 pounds; has horns. Any Information In regard to same will be thankfully received. Jnnies McKechnlc, Hubble, 56-- t Ky. 49-2d AT PRtACMERO LLC. REPORTED BV CORRESPONOkNT Watch That on the best of pikes, G miles from each Danville nridjLnncnster 175 acres Tillable land '. , 75 of which Is best tobacco land .25 ncres of well timbered riverside land. Barytes Indications are second to none and 'It mined should pay - ::: for sale! 2 ::: cost of land. THE DWELLING one or 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 proxltnlMr, lo best schools and churches In the State. There are three good tenant houses, a tobacco barn with e excellent basement for stock 26x134 feet. Considering location, buildings, quality, land, etc., no more sirable farm home has been placed upon the market. JAMES OTTER, Danville, Ky. de- Cook Farms' First Annnal Sale Greatest event ot the colts and fillies, ready. 50 ! kind ever held In Kentucky. 50 saddle mare, now Jennets and coits. aii registered. catalogues Every one of these Jennets should be kept In Kentucky; J. F. COOK & CO., No. 7V&. Lexington, Ky. No. SUJ. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Report of the Condition ot LINC0LH COUNTY NATIONAL BJUIIf.. at Stanford. In the Btnte of Kentucky, at the at Stanford, Ky., In the State of Kentucky. at the cloie of business, Sept. 1,1910. close of business. Bept 1st 1910. BKSOOHCltS. ?j3jniff Ot 1 Report of the Oond t on of Fractional paper currency, nick383;1&) . els, and cents... T7SS0 LIABILITIES. Lawful Money Reserve in Rank, tU0,t!7 0 Japltal Stock paid In S).ftjO f vis: Hpecle.. . .. lIl.Tuso) LIABILITIES. . Surplus fund . . r 206 00 . 1S,91 00 notes. Capital Stock paid .... .. fJO.ono a Undivided protlts, less expenses 0U.U1J taxes paid and ,000 ft ........ Surplus fund. ......... Redemption fund with U.H. TreasSOSS National Bank notesoutstandlng Undivided protlts, less expenses Mfinao S per cent of circulation 1,230 00 urer . 1,(80 U Due to other Nat. Banks and tuxes paid.. .. Wl National Bank notes outstanding BOXD U Due to Htate and Prif)l.N SO One to other National Banks... IK i vate Banks A Bankers . LtABILITIES. Sue to Trust Cos A Sav'g Bank . J I 33 Dae to approved reserve agents Due to approved Reserve Agents.. oo .. Capital Htock paid ln.. Individual deposits subIndividual deposits subject . njix) 00 ject to check.. Hurplus fund ..,... . to cheok ... . . 19IA1J 8 ls.M Tl UUUIVlueu (iruilfca, Irs vmnses demand certificates of deposit ...... 7.011000 Demand Certificates of and taxes paid .. deposit t,7l i 21,901 81 Notes and bills redlscounted.... S,ouift National Bank notes outstanding USto Time certificates ot Bills payable. Including CertifiDue to Htate and Private Hanks deposit cates of Deposit for money and Bankers KStes and bills redlscounted.. . borrowed.... 10,000 o tuO tl Due to other National Banks ... Reserved for taxes.. Bills payable, tncIudtngCertlncatfls oi ueposii for money borrowed 51.81 i B Individual deposits subject to 90 Reserved for taxes check 11J.1U OT H,4t7 Htate of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: txiA s so 2.H.C. Ssushsss. Csslilcr of the above, 2.2! amed bank, do solemnly swear that the Htate of Kentucky, Count v of Lincoln, sst above statement Is true to the best of my I, Htate of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ssd f, J, W. Hooker,Cashlerof theabove-name- d W. H. Bright, Cashier of theabovenatm knowledge and belief. swear that the above bank, do solemnly swear that the abov Dank, do solemnly the Is true If. O. Bauoiikan, Cashier. statement is true to the best of my knowl Uatementbelief. toJ. W.best of my knowl-dg- e and HocxaH, Cashier edge and belief. W. M. BRlotiT.Casbler. Subscribed and sworn to before me this Bubscribednndsworntobefore tth Subscribed and mrnrn tn hfnpA mu i, t lay of sept. 1910. J, W. llosklns,methls My Tth day of Sept. 1810. W M BKIOIir, N. P. N. P. uny oi oeps, iiu. i w. A. Carson, N. ommlsslon expires Keb. S3, IMS. Correct Attest: J.S.IIocker,JohnO Rob-eoCorrect Attest: KUwd. Alcorn, J. W. Correct Attest: Ll'birn Oooch, B Jas. K.Oummlns. Directors. Powell and Vf (1. Cowan. Directors Hhanks, Q. W.Oarte', Directors. 2,000 00 in-..- Ixxins and Discounts ...... .. UrvrdraRsvcuredandunstssurvd 17. H. llonds to secure circulation rrumlums on IT. H. bonds........ Bonds, securities, etc.......... .... Ttanktng house, furniture and Ox- torts.... . Other rati slat ownwl Dud from National Banks (not re- sorreagmts)- -. .....-.- . "Due Iroiu mxttf IVitnlu Hanks A Bunkers. Trim Oos A Hav. ...... ings Hanks.. Due from approval reserve agents Ohecks and other cash Items........ Kxchanges 'or (Hearing IIouse Not of other National Uanks imikt currency, nick els, and cents.... -. lawful Money Reserve In Bunk, 113,143 vlxt Hpecle l,74 00 Hederaptlon fund with U. H. Treasurer (S per cent, of circulation.) .... .. Vrm-ilon- . -.- OTerdrafts.securednnd unsecured V. 8. Bonds to secure circulation Honds. (Securities. Ktc. Banking house, furniture and nx- n,nt 01 Dae lures from National Banks (not re- 4Jiit a .. irve agents) Due from Htate and Private Bits nil and Bankers, Trust Comp's and Havlnna llAnka 1M M Due from approved reserve agents 38 ,2 W Kl Ohecks and othercash Items 3 i St Notes of other National Banks 171 At fractional pa percurrency .nickels and cents.... .. WOO Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, ZCT 21 ylx: Speci- efujiooo Legal, tender notes . W0 00 Redemption fund with U.S. Treasurer (J per ct. of circulation) 1IJJJQ. p s, T.lttli Loans and Discounts &I.0 ) u) oil l 11 BESOUBCKS. jsj.ajr l W.UU) lljf&n 0 5,1711: ft 1,41 W .4ff7; SUM ...... .... no oo la at 17,300 0 I.M0 00 and Havings Banks Due from approved reserve agents Ohecks and other cash Items Notes ot other National Bonks . Henry Ulankenshlp, our oldest citizen. Is very HI. Your correspondent Is having a tough tlmo ltli OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION, stomach trouble. Cincinnati, O. Our school could not begin Mon Queen 4 Crescent Route. day m the teacher. Miss Emma HolU From June- Round Trip Fares claw, was watcrbound at her honu tlon City Kentucky on Gilbert's Creek. ON SALE DAILY TICKETS .Mr. Tllchard Williams and Miss $4.40 Good returning five days " Lucy Cummins were united In marFrom Oats of Sale. riage at the home of the bride's lir enu, Mr. and Mrs. W. !!. Cuuimlm $5.60 Good Returning until Sept on the evening ot the 3d The groon. 29tn. Is the son of Mr and Mrs John Wll F. G. DENNIS, Ticket Aaent, llama and is a Indus Junction Cl'y Ky. trious young man. Tho bride Is tht o,in;est daughter of Mr. and Mrs Cummins and quite handsome. Hlu No. rm. ma do her debut last spring, Is a very Report of the Condition ot youthful bride In. short dresacs. W The National Bank: of rustorjvllle, wish the young couple unboundef at Ilustonvllle, In thpvtate of Kentucky, at happiness, and a pleasant Joume) the cIosh of busfi new )pt. 1910. as hand In hand thro' life they go. Rev. A. C. Dalrd, assisted by Itov RKSOURCXS. Stamper, !m Just closed a meeting Loans and Discounts-- .. lUO.ItO IT at Good Hope Iter 1'alrd UTTJl Overdraftsecuredand unsecured 13,000 00 baptized eight believers near White's U.R. Bonds to secure circulation Premiums on U.S. Bonds Utt Mill Suuday Banking house,furnlture,and fiIttuli Misses McAllstcr and MUa .. . 1,91)00 xtures....... Durham hvc gone to RLbu.oud to at Due from National Banks (not re. serve agents) J3IS9 tend the E. K. N., where they wll. g. Due from Htate and Private Banks prepare for A Trust Companies Smnll well nuroed farm outside of town limits between Stanford and ncres good now land containing 25 new barn fine house, out houses young orchard, water at house and barn. Would make a good, dairy or truck farm for right man. I alao have farm of 101 acres of unimproved land situated on Dlx river and county road. This land Is all In grass except 16 acres which Is In cultl vatlon. This land will grow tlno tobacco or corn and has some fine timber on it. Will sell cheap and make terms to suit the purchaser or will For Infortrade for town property. mation write or call on mo at Rowgtrl. Frank Cordler. land rruii:hi)rvllld. 3opt. i. A'liriist Bitrtlos Hold 400 bushels of whoat tn J H. HAiighman A Co, at 0c Iigan Tohmpon houisht n ion SSSSSSSSSSSBSSSJSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS nnd trigs from J. I. Dallnrd for f 45 J. H. Thompson nnd brother went to tho Somerset fnlr nnd bouglrt four work mules from I'ulaskl parties for J6.10 Itodne) Navlnr eold a horso to Johu Itlxsby for t2ft. M. r. lavt rence sold 22 hos to U. D Holtyclaw at 8 nnd 10c j also , some corn to N. ,V. Kowlu at nt I3.C0. J. M. Cress rnld n Tailor-mad- e inlr of yearllnR mules to l'enco Pros, for 1337 50; also thrco suckllnK mules to Mime at S110 eneh. Cress & Jonet lioiisht a cir of liosa at 8 to 8 J. II. ItlKsby sold somo com tn J. M Cress nt f.1.26. The nRed Mrs. SIlAs Anderson, ol Stiinford, Is lsltlnB her dnushter, Mra. M. V. Ijiwrencc. Mrs. l)aId Adams has returned from a visit father In the Ilee I.ick section A'liises Dora i.nd Klla Illankcnshlf vert- Msltinp Miss Knte I'a)ne at Mr. and Mrs. V. T Kiel Tnpj hinna nrdsou were tatting hor parents, Mr and Mrs James Miller. J. F. Moser nnd daughter, Miss Frances, attended the big lA)ndon fair. Master Waltct Cox Is visiting hs aunt, Mrs. Salllc Williams. Mrs. T. V. Jones, of Stan ford, visited Mis. J M Crrs. Dlx river was higher nt White's Mill than ctcr before known lot Atmust being up to the corn tassels Horn, to tho wife of Jesse Drown Mrs. Henry Kldd Is danfine girl gerously HI from an overdose of morphine. Dorn, to the wife of Arch Stephens, of Stingy Creek, a Hue ISO-pouHow-landr Grifion Suit: SSSBSttSSSSBSSSSSSSBSSSatSSBSBSSSSStSSSttSSs Baltimore Made The Hoitw c( VII Good Clothes. iry Fall line, more complete than ever, is now ready lor your inspection." Call by and ask to see the only "make" that fits liko clothes. ALL WOOL SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. SEE ME Big 8 - i w About That New Suit. Just Received a Line. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. ' Nor-Sha- p Barn Door Hanger Is easily put In It Is Impossible for Ireese up, clot; or this track to stick. Tbe slot Is on the lower aide. Note the tandem roller carriage the wheels are round, with a flange In tbo center, wblca plumbs the slot, compelling tbe carriage to work freely and (a perfect line. The solid steel wbaels are mounted oa roller bearings. You caa twist; this doer at right angle to tbe bare. makus; a shelter Irom If you want the) Taia or sua. best that money TWtstatsr Insk nets Is caa buy, tern, thlflg Utat wlU fftssf sera seer. be good, not only lor years, but for generations, teres, hard-workin- The tubular track position. 1 ch.-rcl- Rankers. tca-hln- tlgate the Tubu lar Bars Door Haecac, Nof-Sfe- ap 1TJWI lM U TS3 15 Deafness Cannot Be Cured kr toft spptkstlaas. ss portuo ot Un FOR SALE BY OEOROE H. PARRIS, STANFORD. KY. 00 Legal-tende- su. Tbsra H ealr oa wsr to curs dMtBMt. u4 ibat H br coostnutuosl mMSt OmCmm is causxt bf sa SsSsmsd coadiuoa at tks ustactita Tubs. Wbca taa bsimous Uslns o( Us tabs is la0saM4 you hsrs a rombtktf souad or a Dssf-acaIs knms. aad wMa It UuHtMr ctoatd, caa b UK rtwilt. sad ual M kUUmouiua Utsa out sad this tubs restore! to Its aorsul ooadl-U-a, hMrtas-- wul b dotrojKl tortnr. auo cum out of tto srs tautHl br Caurrs. witch It notkJM mtxoua surtena. bus sa IniUmsd coadiuoa oj W via sirs Om Haadrsd Dollars tor aar cass ot DestOMa (rsusxt br csurrk) thai caaaol M cursd curs, bmk! for ctrtuurs. br 1111 a Catarrh r. 1, CUE.NRY IM- Toledo. O. Bold br Drusslau. tse. TUi ItoU s ISmlir Mis tor eoostlpsttott. ur tsaaot rtstk tb FJNE FARM FOR $ALE Located oa the etanrord aad pike containing 138 acres well watered, one hundred acrea la 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 new six loom house, cistern at door, cellar aad all necesary outbuildings, two tenant houses, largo bars, sow tlto, free malt delivery, three hundred yards tn school, l miles to union church Will make terms easy. W. F. Dlshoa, Stanford, Ky Uox 41 Phone 8 ring . 2 2 u m. ... Sampl Hitpi Fnil Womw STIRRINQ TIMES. n, "i YOU NEVER REGRET THE COST OF AN ARTICLE IF IT PROVES SATISFACTORY HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT S PlPif JrssKffisWsssssf'" Sa taunr women are drurffincr out weary lives just because their diges- wo ara having In tho building line. tive organs are weak. The result is poor circulation, nervousness and the We carry a full line, of lime, plaster, verge of invalidism. It is often very cement and everything else needed unnecessary and the woman's owa for building. Ever) thing purchased fault .. here will bo found ot tbe best qualiThe first thlnsr Is la U tn weiftr or youf bo, Thtr th. " PhysleUas ukaoir ty and the best for Intended purposes. St. & "Ti1 "' nsf rwasUltslsav. A constlpauu. and from thU r.. We will save you trouble and uaaeeM 5!JiV.,uf1 pile, wearlnsss. ate., nary expense by sending to ua far an complain ..W0ln.n constantly Out tncra la no ma taking ir.,.i. . ot dies" and thlnrs of Mat kind .mtii v? estimate. tv For the next 20 days wo will sell our tobacco hogsacads at mill ate 11.10 each. We nso have some Una walte and brown leghorn cockerels for 3Vc Kings Mountain Planing Mill. Klugs Mountain. Ky. 1 You will nnd ttiat whan tho bowsls mora : irly Taka Er.!l7."u .T" rood. lnuo. laxative forvaiSilla Dr. Caldwall'a Byrup repaid and you will yeuraslf mWyJKsttIna-- better and M tFMcer. your heweb.wltl rentals Uem. and weri; aPlr. J. A ALLEN, StanftrrJ, Ky. J. C. McClary, : J without doubt the most efficient house paint on the market, and is cbtaptst in tht end, in that it will go further and wear longer than other .;.,: i i : !. jmy iaitiis. r..i.. me uesi umicriais arc uacu, witn WHITE LEAD AS THE PREDOMINANT PIGMENT, tempered with just enough zinc to prevent chalking quickly, as is the case where lead alone is used, is fyravtSf (Hst timet, and wlU sHsaapear. Don't take stronr eathartla or aalU. but Just such a mild and ?edjr M Vr' HaadsMbea and dlxslnesa Jftvas yeur afatated SALE OF LAND Aa UKcnt of the heirs ot Mrs. Nan-nU (Iood. I will on the premise-- , fit al.,ut 2 SA P. II., on CUw' l. -- ron balk r H L. SANDERS, G. B. JPJsjHsssssssssssVJBL1 Crab Orchard, PRUITT, Moreland, and J ty eeats or on dollar, and Im may ba afloush to perroa-Jienteuro you. Titoiuand of womso p It rerutatly In the house and wai sslewrbs wlthouflt. as It cured every them .Md can b used with safety by member of the family, down to tho younrest child, but If you have never used It taka the advice of Mra. Karl B. Cox. 409 Twentv-nft- h atreat. Mollno, m and Mra. Kllen Uang-an- . Muncle, Ind , and! end to Dr. Caldwell for a free trial Dot dMnd "? It ,h?.T do -In your own for yourself what will ease. That It wilt eura you, as It did them, there is no doubt, Dr. Caldwell personalty will be pleased to rive you any medical advice you may desire for yourself or family pertaining to the stomach. liver or bowels absolutely free of charge. Bsptaln your case In a ndlhi will reply to you In detail, ror the free Mmpta stnply send your name and addrese oa a postal card or Otherwise. T&r either request tbe doctor's addreaa la Dr. W, B. CaldwalL R.5M Caid. we buttdtser. atofitieatta, sl Ither far ty lm 8'ttireayi Sent. 10th. 1913. offer for sale at publl: outcry tract ot S3 8M0O acres owned by Mrs Uood at tho time of her dea'tb. The land Is about mile from Turners, vlllo on tbe McC'ormack's church pike la well watered tuid nil lu grass Pos-' session given Jan. 1. Terms will be announced on dty of sale. f Undertaker and Embalmer. STANFORD, om Phone. ;if. ! 2 KY. 1' iHoai boasy. J B. D. CARTEK, New Llverv- ? J. U PAXTON, Agent. Depot Street, Phone 90, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. '