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THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL
FWDAY. JANUARY 6, 1911.
llnvlng sold my farm I will on Tues
day. Jnnunry, 10, 1911 nt 10 A.M offer
nt pnlillo ettlo nt ni) resident e on tile
lunttlIo mill Hustonvllle pike, 1 mile
irth or .Mllletlgttillo, Ky., nil of my
IfMnnlty, consisting of mie brood
nnfu In fool to n aood luck, on 3-
teaf okl luirso, im family horse
)eafij W, very gonllo, R milk rows,
.' J-wi-sld lwlfew, 1 ywrllng Mor,
4 niter calvf. 2 brood seiws anil It
sltusm. AImi about 100 onrrvlK of
cot, tdiuu bay ami filter, 2 ttlNlt-g
tVw, twn shovel plows, 1 mower, I
Vmmf nnil tinman', 1 spring wnaon,
I 2-horw wagem ami narnea
AIo yvwo houiwho'il nixl Kitchen
fiirnltiint mid many other things too
hunmious to mention. Terms easy and
inrnln htiown on day of sale.
1 S. Tafia, AgetiL
fylRS. MARY S. JOHNSON.
THE PRESTO Contract
zble Collar tor Men and
Young Men. It is new; it is
different. We have this
collar on all shades of over
coats, Browns,Blacks, Grey ;
and Fancy. Ask to see that I
New York Style.
Sam Robinson, Stanford, Ky
.Many persona find themscttes nf
frctcd vlth a persistent cough niter
mi attack of Influenza. An this couch
an be promptly cured the like or
.'liamberlaln's Couch lteincdy. It
blioiild not be allowed to run on until
it becomes tinublcsome. Sold by Pen
ny a Drug Store.
FOR SALE PRIVATELY
My farm of 10 i acres near .May
wood, Ky. Good Improvements, all
necessary outbuildings, well watered
and good orchard.
16-8 SAM ROBERTS. Maywnod. Ky.
KILL MORE THAN WILD BEASTS.
The number of peopl killed yearly
by wild beat don't approach the
ast numbcrr killed by disease conns
No Hie Is sa'e from their attacks
They're In air, water, dust, even food.
Hut grand piotectlon Is afforded by
lectrlc Hitters, wnlch destroy and
expel these deadly dlseaso (terms
I Irom the system That's whv chills,
lever nrgue, all malarial nnd ranr.y
blood diseases yield promptly to this
j wonderful blood purifier Tiv them
nnd enjov the glorious health nna
new strength they'll give )ou. Money
back, if not satisfied. Only 30 ceiits
it Penny's Drug Store.
SLaED in any
c,.r.w. s ResfourdBt.
s . MMSON, Prop.
Lost. Watch nnd chain flnde
please return to Hughes, .Martin &
Co's store and get reward.
hailing sold the Ht Asaph hotel wo
hate lor sale rhenp five nice ,lersv
cow, pood milkers; nlso three two
venrold nnd r yearling Jervey hell
pit, nil fuM blooded nnd fine Block.
Farrls nnd Hardin Stnnford, V2-"
Aged sorrel mat,, 15 hnnds high
mine to in) plnco. Owner enn get
tame It) paying tor this notice nnd
hor kp .1. I Itogers, Cedar Creek,
.M I", I.nwrenro 4(H-rmi i.1 lxirrl
I corn from O. V. Naylor nt $2 de
Km Sale. Jon bushel of inlllel
efd .M. P. l.u retire, Stniilnrd. K)
tits No. I. SKI
A C Alfonl snhl a sow nnd nine
pig in Ike Phillip for f0
I'lie CoHrlrT-.lmirnal Inst week slid
torn froiii :wd supposed to be more
tlinn l.iKlO years old will lie on ex til
bltlon nt the show to ,. I,'ll at Hie
More of 'I liomns .1 I.ltmsn, in .let'er
sonvllle to-day. The enr wn raised
by .Mrs. Sallle I'wtng -Marshall iinitiv
ui her home east of Ieneroiillii- At
tiielied to It Is n inrd benrlng the iol
"Corn nil sod by Mrs, llnni). t'ttcn
pIKe Irtim a grain of corn tnken 'rom
tin ginve of a rovtil mumui) hurled
over t.iioii vears npo in Kgypt. having
bei'ii eiubiliued In the indent manner
nnd the ccrn among oher things burl
ed wltn It.
'I he ear Is a small one resembling
the ordinary 3weet corn. A few grains
of yellow nnd red corn nro mixed
with the other, nnd It Is claimed this
hi,s bi-on caused by th0 pollen Irom
other com falling upon the stuilk
fprouled from the gialn taken from
fie mammy grate.
Mrs Hardy has trnteled a great
deal nnd a good part or Her me W1,s
MH'iit In Louisville she recently
built n hnndsome home east of Jeffer
son vl lie.
I. M. DUNN, PRCS. H. D. STILES, V-PRES. HENRY MeWILLIAMS MO R.J. S. VAN WINKLE, SECTREA8.
J. C. DAVIS ROOK'R A ASST, SEC,
People's Tobacco Ware
For The Sale of Loose Leaf Tobacco
PERYVILLE ST., 1 BLOCK FROM Q A C. DEPOT.
NOTICE OF SALEI
It you nre suffering from bilious
cess, constipation. Indigestion, chron
1c headache, Invest one cnt Into a
postal eard, send to Chamberlains
.Medicine Company, Ues Moines, Iowa,
with your name and address plainly
on the back, and they will forward
you a free sample of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver tnW-ts bold by
Penny's l'rug Store
For Sale. Half Dorset ewes 2 and
''J year olds Hred to Imnorted Shrop-
.still e nm Hue to lamb Feb 20. l-'-'t
NO SYMPATHY FOR THE RIDER1
I For either ncute or chronic kidney
j , . . disorders, for nnnoylnz nnd palnu'
or driver who buys poor harress Is J; irrPgntorltlw take Foley Kid
i.ecessary. When honestly made ard v .;,,, An ,nn,. ,in( effective
' CASH PRICE
1 Kinds of
" J FURS WANTED "m a mail order catalogue. Prolit
..ow S'by others' experience and buy your
jUCHA.N'AN I harness at homo.
.- ' ird, Ky. m
fcuarnnteed htrness can be bought medicine for kidnev nnd blaildpr ills
here so reasonably it is a man's own -jrilers Sl.ugirs & Tanner
fault If he takes the risk of buying '
FARM l-UK SftLtl
80 acres lying t 1-J miles west of
Highland, a good cottage and out
houses, barn etc, fields fenced;
about 85 acres in cultivation; plenty
or water. Reason lor selling out not
able to work on firm. Price reason
able JAS. A. KING. 60-8
Stanford. Ky.. It. F I). No :i. Box Co
J C. McCLARY, Stanford.
Misses Sue and Sallle Tavlor
Woodt. wer- in Lexington Wednesdny
Mrs lus. Hall of 1incastiir hnr
been thr s ie-it of her daughter Mrs
Motion Cum bell.
.Mrs Mark Hardin van In Loulsvlll,.
wish you a happy and pros
perous New Year,
ui have "hot jo-ned the Success-
nny, Begin with the New Year ty Crpo fnr Ctfimflph
Sv 1- i;na with 'he uo-to-date mer- W tWV "" MW
' - r IM m. a m
Crab -Orchard, Kentucky.
: them in at
and we will
.- the highest
-NT OR SALEI
, lour tor tobacco bat
it griit n or corn; good
co barn on It.
We are in receipt of letters from
Mrs. Eva Gaskins, 304 Madison St.t
Topeka, Kans., and Mr. P. II. Gavel
las, Wagoner, Okla., as well as many
others, telling about the wonderful re
sults they have secured in th cure of
their stomach and liver troubles Ly
the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin. This remedy, as nil realtors doubtttcs
know, bus been before the public for a
eeneraiion ana i now Leins mora ex
Lincoln Circuit Court
Kill Tn)lor Hodlne, etc. Plaintiffs
-s Clifton Taylor, Defendant
In obedience to n Judgment to thu
Lincoln Circuit Couit tendered In the
aoeite styled cause nt its Noveinbe.
teim, 11110, the undetslgned commls
sloner will on,
Monday January 9th 1911,
Count) court day at 1 o'clock P. M.,
In front of the court house door In
Stanford, Ky., sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder on a
ciedlt of six months, the follow inp
described real estr.te In Lincoln conn-
rrirt No. 1 Near Hustonvllle, Ky.
beginning In the center of the Huston
vlllo and Stanford turnpike road.
YoweM's corner, thence S 71 l-'J V
C.'i noli-s to a stont, In the center of
said pike adjacent to the Presbyter
ian school louse lot. thence S Tl l-'J
N IS poles and 12 links to the center
ol the Hanging Fork, thciic,, down
said creek N 70 K :tl Xl's to the
center of the old road, thence with
said road S 01 K 10 poles 10 link
S ; 1-2 V K! poles 21 links S r.4 1-2
K 24 poles 2."5 links to a stone In Hip
until side of said road, thence N 72
1-.' 1'. 45 poles to n stone In said road
thi nee N :w K S'. pn:es 17 links to
the lied ol tlv creek, thence N 72 1-2
10 "i poles 20 links to the north hunk
ot said creek, thence North 20 1-4 W
fit poles to a stone center ot Huston
tllle ind Stanford ptk-, thetic,, with
said road to the beginning, contain
ing 10 acres, more or less.
Tract No 2 A tract situated In
i aid criinty and state, nnd adlacent
tu the above tract, described as fol
lows, bcgiiinuig at the corner of the
abote described tract In the eicok
and running S '15 K '! poles , llnl-s
to i stake, thence N 7J K U polem 21!
llnki. to the center of the road,
thence N i.i 1-2 0 pole's and K
links to Allen corner. S 7i V :ic
poles 17 links to the beginning, con
taining 2 roods and '12 poles of luilil.
I'Iip'O two trncts ol land will first
be offeicd separately and then ns a
whole and th,. bid accepted wlileh
realire the mont tnonev The pur
ehasT will be required to give bond
with personal securltv pat able to the
Cdtn'r and approved by lilm, the same
heanns six per cent Interoot from
date of sale, having the force, and el
lect o' a Judgment and secured by
lien on thc lnnd
GEO. D. FLORENCE, M. C. L. C. C.
J. N. SAUNDERS, Atty. for Plfls.
heniPinber that when your kidneys
are ilfccted, your life Is In danger
I. .Mayer, Hochester, N Y , says'
.M) tumble started wltn a sharp
shooting pain oter mv back which
grew wnrt-e dully 1 lelt sluggish and
tiled my kidney action was Irregular
and Irfrecpient- 1 started using I'o!e)'n
K'Uiiev Pill Kach dese seemed to
-I more llle and strmcth Into mo
ai.d now i am completelt cured nnd
feel better anl stronger than for years.
A meeting or the stockholder or
tho National Hank of Hustonvllle it 111
bo held nt their banking houso In
Hiistonville the second Tuesday In
JanuHiy, Jllll between Si nnd 12 A. M.,
lor the purpose of e'ectlng directors
THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED Ho'uSE FOR LOOSE LCAF TOBACCO IN THE BURLEY
DITRICT SOUTH OF THE KENTUCKY RIVER AND THE ONLY HOUSE OF STEEL CONSTRUCION. SHEL.
TER FOR 50 LOADED WAGONS AND STALLS FOR ONE HUNDRED HORSES.
Free Stables and Free Insurance.
'WE OFFER THE BEST POSSIBLE FACILITIES FOR SELLING LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO AND
WITH OUR SPLENDIDLY LIGHTED HOUSE IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME AND SEE US BEFORE MAK
ING ANY ARRANGEMENTS FOR DISPOSING OF YOUR TOBACCO.
W P Klncaul C Hays Foster
Fire Life and Accident.
Oltict State Bank A. Trust Co.
Suretv Ponds STANFORD KY.
wo are having In tlio building line.
We carry a full line, ot lime, plaster,
as otliurs are dolnir and buy It of your
tor building-, Htur) thing purchaspd druimUt at fifty cents and one dollar
I a bottle.
Ibero will bu fojnd of tho bwitt iuall- Dr. CuldwcU does not feel that the
1 .......... . purchase ot his remedy cnd his obll-
ty and tho bU ror intondtd purposes. Kuton. II ha specittllzed in stomach,
I . . liver and bowel illiuaias for over forty
Wo will b:uo you troubio nua untitle ycarl anJ WM i,0 ,,ieaa to givo the
nviiotma liv luiiiillni' tn uk for an reader any uJvlcu on the suhjret free
ary expense uy miiuiiib uj u iur su of cliarB8 All nro wec0nl8 to wrt8
estimate. ''Im. Whether for the medical ajvlte
ur ,iia n.i vuiiii'.q huuiwi. mill uii
. ...... ... . is w. "-eaniwu, iu
J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. Momiceiio. m.
tensively uted than any other remudy'to servo Hi., ensuing j ear
for stomach, liver and bowel com-' i w Hn,t., c.i,i,
plaints. According to reliable teitl- w.rlocker, Cashier
inony, n teems to be a very quid: ami
lasting cure for constipation. Indigos- STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
tlon and dyspepsia, liver trouble, bit- . ,,,) . ,,, ,,, ,
Jousness, lieadacliei! sour stomach, gai A ""''tliiK or tho stockholder of
on tho stomach, drowsiness after eating the Firs' National Hank or StanToul.
and similar disorders. It it liquid will bo hold nt their banking houso
with tonic effect, and so mild and gun- , Bnil Tnnminv I., Iuimtmh- inn
tie In uctlon that a child as well as a '" feeond I uesday n '"""'jy 1J1'
crown person can take It, In fact. It for tho purposo or elbctltlg director
litis no equal for children, women and lor tho ensuing ye-nr
old people. I H c.Raughman, Cashier
It arouses the flow of rastr a luce. .
and by a peculiar action trains the
stomach and bowel muscles to again do
their work naturally, und In tlmo mcdi-
with. A free sample bottle can bo had I ,"'f"' County Mitloiml Ibu.l; of
for trial by sending your address to Stanloid will be held at their Igtnk
the doctor, for In this wuy Mrs. Oaa- ,.. Ilmul. the second TueaelHy iu .laun-
Kins, r tiaveuua unu iimny oinera .,.. ,,. ,,, ,ho illiriul,, t nlM.tiiiv
first learned of the cure. 1-nter. wlmn'IH'i llL Ior ,ne IurjM or eiM ling
A tn,''ting of the stockhold. is i ilit
,n..iont nna uvurrthinir iil.x miedeil satisfied It Is the renn dy you need, do ! dirt dors lor the ensuing yetl.
-" . -. O l ... I. ...... nA .Inlni. h.( ...... 1. P ..a... ' .. .. r r L . f I. I
Yi, Ol uriynt. uunnicr
liiectlng of tho stockholilerv '
tiio Cnth Orcluird Itankintc ('(mipaiiy
will lie hold Hi tin bunking houvei at
Crnh Orelmrd tlo H.eid Tuo.dny
In linuary, 1(111 between 'J I'lid U
A. M.. ior llio tHiriioM ot olfetlug
Culdwi.ll buildliitf. dlrecicri. to nerve tho ensuing )enti.
J, C. Bailey, Cashier
Abe Minks Prop. : Moreland, Ky.
New hotel and stable opposite de
pot Speilal rates to tratellng men
Kteiytliing brand new Single rooms
H. M. N E W LAN D
Mutual Eenefit Life 'Insurance Co.
The leading nnnunl dividend Com
pany. Its distinction Is due to adher-
ence of successite mantrgements to.
the principle or mutuality.
W. W. BURGIN
Office at Resldenc
CRAB ORCI-'ARD. ICt
Ite easy to reach Te
The Cotton Ilelf is fl-ii. nnirlr inA itirprt line vJll 1.1 tw
to Texas, throuch Arkansas. It runs two trains, daily,
Memphis toTexas, with through sleepers, chair cars
and parlor cafe cars. I rains from all parts of
the Southeast connect in Memphis with these
Cotton Belt trains to the Southwest
DR. T. W. PENNINGTON
Hours S .'0-12 A M and 1 to 4:30 I'M
oillce Sl)crs House flat Stanford Kv
DR. W. N. CRAIG,
Oculist and Optician
('liic oter Ii I Miuobeits Store,
PRESSED STANDING SEAM GAL
Large Quantities carried in Slock
EADS' TIN SHOP, Stanford.
Llvety; all kinds of hauling, Fur
S-anford, Ky. Phone 173
A C Sine,
Deputy State Commander
Stanofid, k ,
STANFORD TENT NO. 7.
.Meets - - 4lh .Monday Night
laucolii IKliti-No.) V A A M.ril'.5
In ttul"! loiiiiiiiiiili'ntliiu on eni'li Mr. I mid
third Mnndu) niiilit. 'mich inniith lit 7lW
o'clock In Ihlr hnll tin innln trw't, Hlsn
ford. Kv. MeiiilTtif litfrlolKeHrf fr
termilly Intlit-dtoiH' prt-M'nt T V ivn
rTrf-rnv V. eachmontli
Wjr M jr ttty Ion fare
yp-i's-Fiw.u. -r nct-eti mil im tola
", JleT.JtftlSV S k .!.. f n.tn It. I, a?
l'T ..US.LT-- .. ' " v unuil l. ,. a
PE."-fc"-i imlnlt til Atl.n... I nm.. Wt
LC) -. ,w....- ... ............ .VH..- ...
.T. Una. Texas and Oklahoma.
Slop-o' eti are allotted and the 25 '
A .V tMorti l.n.l, mw.a ...... 1 .n . . rf
.J ...m... ....... k. , vw I'llllll u a
time to liwk around I aLeadtantace ifa
m . . . ." m t -
ot thcte 1 "t latri and intctneate tht
wonderful orfortunitin oin to you in
Ikrtl't wlt until the Mr nrivinunltlea rnn
tt icU.la? n. r.ux-ewtierrrou tract tnao lout'
srnJ r-iuaromtiieu. M1uJe tikt trli uihef h?.ti-.& '
rri.tr I at krt I tv 1 pi.n mil .u Irt-. uur tMiokti
ouTtaassikl Arksn.aa. ttuhcuuiitr nn(t luculon.
L. C. I1ARKY, Tratellng Pancnftr Agent
83 Todd Iluitdinv,
Are your nogs worth . centd per
head'' c guarantee
Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy
to ki ep hogs heilthy nnd froe Irom
disease) for 5 cents per luud per
iiiomh. It rurts Chnlern, Kills
Vorm, Stlmulatrs the Appetite, Aids
digestion nnd canst s hogs to ratten
tery rapidly This remedy i ued
nnd eiulors) d E leading hog rut. .its
throughout the country Come In
and ! t us tell m about It
Sold by c.w Staiilm-a Drug Co.
J. J. BELDEN.
House, Carriage and Sign Painting,
Cecoratlve Paper hanging. Bugg
Trimming and Rciislnna. Shop urei
Aldridge's Blacksmith Shop.
J. J. BELDEN.
Veterinary Surgeon and dentist.
Specialist on all horse and animal
disease. Stanford, Ky. Phone 194
So. SI, ho u Ui. Mi-iSf. M
No 'ja, ollth. 10.11 A M
No .21, ortli.4:io a. h.
No . North, at IU p. M
No.;. IOiWA M.
No. is, Jim r. M.
JOS. S. RICE, Ai?ont.
a. O. CAHTSR.
A No. 1 bunging Foil rami ol ;t.'
uiies, well liuprnvtd anil will w.i'it
cl. U miles from Ditntui'', l.am.i-ter
and SlHiirord on iMiitllle mid I.un
e-au.lt'1' tuinptke, 1 mile fioni 2
thurchtM OtMl school, stme uuu bi.icK
Mnith shop, rural route ninx by dour
Dvallli'K ol ii roiHis and two e';inmo
rtlswi) (HireliM ooiuiKirativel new, 1
Urftt- iMin two tobacco bi'rns ottiur
I Good News I
I "I write to tell you the I
good news that Cnalui
H lias helped me so niticli
and 1 think it is just
worth its weight in gold,"
writes Mrs. Aiaryan Ahr-
shall, of Woodstock, Ga. m
"I do hope and trust H '
H that 1iHif" u'hn nre suffer- H I
ing as I did, will take H
B- Cardui, for it lias been a
God's blessing to me, and H
will certainly help every H
lady who is suffering." fl
Cardui, for it lias been a
God's blessing to me, and
will certainly help every
lady who is suffering."
( The hunting season Is upon us nnd
nearly eter)ouo want to 'xwt his
place Thu ehargt) Is 2i cent cash
with iiamu )
K. It. Uenhum T A Ith'e
J W lliighi M. J. HolfiiMn
M l- Ijittreiiro J 11 Arlon
J S. Harris J W. Haughuutn.
S II llHiighman, J II. MMtiman
Netiu f'arter O'Uanton A.- Cuuipbull
Frank Co nil or Win Cemller
Christ Jacob. . II I-tle
Dr J (1. Cnrpentur. Panics Swltli.
Mrs .V.ittle White. W. It. Daughert).
H C. AnderscM tohn .M. llooc'ti
A I' Tpiylor, I). .M. Ander.on
J A Potter J. . Thompson
O P Newland J. It Hustle.
Harris &. Woods. it. Curtis
Mrs .Mattle II. Ilewes.
Hun Celszl John M. Carter,
Kred Von'Sruenlgan.J. J. Klllott.
A Klelbasn. Jocob Ciandei,
Misses Sallle and Ilettlo C'Hitur.
J, 11 Carter. p. w Carter.
I. S. Oarner. K. It. Hr.tfi..lii
Jas it Carter, Sr Mrs. II. L. V.'llliam-
II C. llaughrann, A. J Johnson.
P. W Carter. j. i'mk
C M Allen.
Mrs It. It. Carpenter.
T 1 llaiighinan.
Farm For Sale.
The Woman's Tonic
No matter if you suffer
from headache, backache
pains in arms, shoulders
and legs, dragging-down
feelings, etc., or if you
feel tired, weary, worn
out and generally miser
able Canlttt will help you.
It has helped thousands
of other weak, sick ladies
and if you will only give
it a trial, you will be
thankful ever after.
LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SAL'6
li.A iurki In linn hi-fit.-. t i. u.iJl
.,. "" " --...I" , !! k'-VfJ
n-MtHwary outbuilding, nil In good rc wlth. Uottur oumo cpiiik. J. Al Hay
1 For lurthor l.ifori.uitlo., npioy tn nuW WamMburg.
Ueo. 1, lliluht, Agunt, Stanford, Ky.
Or will tiudu lor small
mid taTtt? the dllfonuice
This fnrm eontulni 140 neros. or nt
least 7.'. aires of good tobacco laud
two good dwelling houses, l rout-
io-hii houso and hull and good out
biilldings. 1 Viod tobacco bam, which
t.lll bold IX ttoros ol tobHcco, good
t onus orlmid or 250 treon of best
s lotted rruit mifh u uppliNi pcHch
is. pears, and rliirrlun good boie.l
well i2 l't dettji. sund 4S feet ol
w.Uei, ou hiniM- with tir. iojiiih
mid uiifmildlngw and well huh oich-
aid oC same i.umWr or trees und
1 1. iiiuv kind of fruit.
i r.yls rrm lloa about ihIIw nnd hair
.soiih or McKlBiiey. abtrHt uue mile
ti'iu ruiltYMstl ami school; siren of
It Mitred UihI iwnly ior tobwceo and
te sties In ttaotfi Mduw
This W tii tho ekMst farm In
UncotH iMHiuty iu Uib pt1.
c. n. BHAWNER, McKlnney, Ky.
ITHIm. s E OWbLty