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Kentucky Woman, Sufferer From
Stomach Ills, Quickly Rstored
Mrs. Belle Hawkins Uses
Mayr Remedy " Never
Felt Better in My Life."
Mrs. Ielle Hawkins, Eminence. Ky.,
was a victim of stomach disorders. She
took a Preal denl of treatment and med
ical alt cntion.
At last bhe tried Mayr's Wonderful
Su mach Remedy and got real results.
In a letter telling of her experience, she
I l,ave taken all of the medicine I
ordi'tvil of you and will say that it has
tio:ie more pood than all the doc'ors and
meilicine I ever tried. I don't really
think I need any medicine now, as I
il.ink 1 am well. I never felt better in
.r.y l;fe. If I ever should need any med
icine I know where to pet it."
Tlr.w is a typical letter, taken as one
It's easy w-k to handle your corn crop if you use the
McCormick husk,r and shredder. McCormick huskers and
shredders are made in sizes to suit your requirements 4,6. and
8 husking rolls; equipped with cleaning and bagging devices to
save the sheUcd torn; safety device for throwing the snapping
rolls in and out of gear; a number of other features which we
will be glad to show you. We invite you to calL If you don't
need a husker, perhaps you will need some other machine
that is in the McCormick line. Our line is complete.
We will treat you right
13-DUPLEX LINE SERVICE
' Where two telephone subscri
bers are served by one line the
service they receive is known as
"duplex" service. This class of
service is for small users of the
telephone and neither party on the
line is expected to monopolize it.
When one telephone on a "du
plex" line is in use the line is
"busy," and the other telephone
cannot be used for either incom
ing or outgoing messages,
i When you call a "duplex" or
party line telephone and the op
erator tells you "the line is busy,"
it does not necessarily mean that
the number you ask for is "busy."
The other telephone may be in use
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
Do I Look Like a Rheumatic Today?
"Yes, I did go home yesterday lame with rheumatism,
but on the way I stopped and got a package of
and after taking them I now feel like running a raw-' I tell
you that's a great preparation. Knocks the rheumatism WW
lime, and since I have been using it I seldom feel toucnof
Meritol Rheumatism Powders contains the very finest ana
surest ingredients known to" medical science. Ask your drug
gist. This preparation is endorsed by the American Drug and
Press Association, and positively guaranteed by us. .
Price 50c For sale by WINES' Drug Store, Exclusive Agency!
whon vmiwant IOR PRINTING, and don't know
how it should be DONE,
among the thousands from the users of
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy.
The first dose proves no long treatment.
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy
clears the digestive tract of mucoid ac
cretions and removes poisonous matter.
It brings swift relief to sufferers from
ailments of the stomach, liver and bow
els. Many declare it has saved them
from dangerous operations and many are
sure it has saved their lives.
Because of the remarkable success of
this remedy there are many imitators,
so be cautious. Be sure it's MAYR'S.
Go to Perry's Drug Store and ask about
the wanderful results it has been ac
complishingor send to Geo. H. Mayr,
Mfg. Chemist, 154-150 Whiting Street.
Chicago, 111., for free book on stomach
ailments and many grateful letters from
people who have been .restored. Any
druggist can tell you of its wonderful
effects. (No. 2)
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and in taat case "the line is busy."
If you subscribe to "duplex" or
party line telephone service do not
answer your telephone until the
bell stops ringing. If you remove
the receiver off the hook while the
bell is ringing it opens a circuit
and the bell on the other telephone
on your line also rings. This is
one of the reasons why "duplex"
telenhones sometimes ring when
the other party is wanted. .
If "duplex" subscribers would
be careful not to remove the re
ceiver while the bell is ringing a
cause of annoyance, over which we
have no control, would be re
consult THE CLIMAX
A RECURRENT PUZZLE.
It would appear that about the
last thing with which one could
charge an American citizen
would be a lack of Ingenuity
and originality. Forward looking,
quick of mind, essentially in
ventive, the American la keen to
resent any such apparently un
warranted Imputation. In one
respect, however, he has shown
himself singularly hidebound and
Whether It be an Inherent
though unadmitted conservatism
or a strong devotion to deep
rooted habit and prejudice, the
American has, at all times and
In every clime of this broad
country, displayed a tendency to
borrow a name by which shall
be known the town in which he Z
takes up his habitation. Thirty-
one Washlngtons, twenty-two Z
Madlsons, twenty-three Oak-
lands, sixteen Llncolns, twenty- i
one Columbias. even ten Bostons,
prove his lack of originality in
this particular field.
When, therefore, one of these
cities in spite of the fact that
there are fully a score of other
cities of the same name puts
out a trade organ or a prospectus
without qualifying the city name J
with any state address, it some-
times proves rather difficult to
determine just which of the mul-
titudinous Columbias, Llncolns,
or Oaklands Is referred to by the
publication. Town Development J
Judge of Buffalo's Children's Court
Scores the Railways.
Sixteen lines of steam railway enter
the city of Buffalo, completely encir
cling it. writes Judge George EI Judge
of the children's court. Buffalo, N. I.,
in the American City. There are 725
miles of railway trackage within the
city limits. In some of the railroad
yards we find eighteen to twenty
tracks and standing upon these tracks
miles and miles of cars loaded with
every conceivable article or mer
chandise. To protect this property a
few railway police are employed. These
men work long hours and receive
small pay. Our newspapers frequently
Inform ns that some of these railroad
police are themselves arrested and con
victed of burglarizing cars.
Thirty per cent of the boys appearing
in our children's court in 11)13 were
charged with offenses against railroad
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A PAKQEEOCa BACK VABO.
property. The cost to the state of New
York and county of Erie of caring ror
boys convicted for crimes against rail
road DroDerty and sentenced to in
stitution from Buffalo was fll.000.
Offenses of this character will Increase
year by year until the railroad property
is properly protected, and tnis negiect
on the part of the railroads will con
tinue to be responsible for mating
criminals. Leaving out the cost in
money to our state, the saving of these
valuable lives by removing the tempta
tions which cause boys as well as
adults to become criminals is worth
more than can be computed in dollars
and cents. It is a common sight in
our railroad yards to see dozens of
women and children, sometimes on
moving trains, throwing off coal or
walking alongside of the tracks, gath
ering up coal which has fallen or has
been thrown from the cars. These
women are often arrested and brought
Into court in groups of ten or twelve,
and upon Inquiry the Judge finds that
they have families of children depend
ent upon them for care.
If the railroads would wall In their
yards and station watchmen at the
necessary openings the greatest contri
buting factor to Juvenile delinquency
would be removed and the number of
criminals in all of the railroad centers
of this country greatly lessened.
Utility In City Plan. .
Many cities have been built on more
or less idealized plans, and, while In
some cases the result has been pleas
tug, from an aesthetic point of view the
tendency has been to pay too little con
sideration to individuality, and little, if
iny. to practical considerations and in
The utility of the city, as distinguish
ed from Its beautlflcatlon. demands a
"TPAter decree of attention than has
been accorded It. and the response to
this demand by German cities nas Deen
largely responsible for their progress.
Keeps Your Liver Healthily
Active Cleanses Your System
A man in Kentucky just told a friend
that Foley Cathartio Tablets were the
most wonderful medicine that ever en
tered his system. Said he would not be
without thorn. Naither would vou.if VOU
had ever tried them for chronic consti
pation or for an occasional purge. Isetter
for vaa than calomel- KeeDS vour liver
antiva Rinnt nflonle can't And any
thing to equal them for comforU For
sale by all dealers everywhere. . . aav
State Board of Equalization
Issues Final Report
The State Board of Equalization cavo
out its final report at Frankfort last
week, which shows the toul valuation
of real and personal property aggregates
SG1,273.838. The report also shows
that there are 1,123 diamonds in the
State valued at $311,708. Of this amount
$62,450 are owned by residents of Jeffer
son conuty. and $10,850 by residents of
Franklin county reports the most val
uable painting in the State, which is as
sessed at $3,250. The total number of
paintings returned by the assessors is
779, and the total assessed' value is $G1,
527. The collection in Jefferson county
is valued at $21,110, and in Fayette coun
ty at $1,440.
The equalized value of the property
amounts to $861,273,838; the amount of
bonds held by Kentucky is $5,852,373;
amount of notes secured by mortg.ure,
$24,731,469; amount of other notes, $18,
671,470; amount of accounts, $11,055,584;
amount of cash on hand, 4,313,102;
amount of cash on deposit in banks,
$11,875,840; amount of cash on deposit
with oilier corporations $295,004; amount
of cash on deposit with individuals $138,
604; amount of all othercreditsor money
at interest, $755,150; amount of utock in
joint companies or associations. $1,495,
670; amount of stock in foreign corpora
tions, $1:574,783. .
The total number of acres of land in
Kentucky is 24.133,901, and the vaue of
the whole, with improvements, totals
$351,025,929. The total number of city
or town lots is 138,643, which has a total
value with improvements of $296,970, -J
The number of thoroughbred or saddle
bred stallions 502, whose valne is $147,
265. The number of thoroughbred or
standard bred geldings is 267, whose
value is $30,550. There are 2,820 thor
oughbred mares with a value of $2j3,325,
and 2,037 stallions of common slock val
ued at $217,225, and a total of 532,556
geldings, mares and colts of common
stock which have a total value of $18,
The number of mule colts and mules
is 200,228, valued at $13,705,527. There
are 3,371 jacks valued at $371,391. A
peculiar feature of the assessment is
that the number of jennies is only 2,597,
valued at $74 914. The standard bred
bull total 988, with a value of $57,717,
while the number of standard bred cows
and calves is 5,402, which are valued at
$381,352. The cows, calves and steers
ofj common stock total 5S8.8C6 and are
valued at $3,091,553. The sheep num
ber 509,125, with a value of $1,327,912.
The hogs total 947,666, with a value of
$4,167,045. Farming implements are
valued at $2,160,580.
The total value of the household and
kitchen furniture is $13,604,414 and the
value of the musical instruments is $1,-
Although Kentucky is one of the lead
ing whisky producing states in the Un
ion, the value of wines, whiskies, bran
dies and mixtures thereof not in distil
lery bonded warehouses amounts to only
92S,463. The value of all the store
goods in this State is $31,148,281. The
total equalized value of the lands is
$364,511,395, and of the town lots $299,
306,656 The total equalized value of
the personal property subject to equali
zation is $119,697,133, and the total taxes
collected from this source amounts to
The assessors found something like a
million acres of land new last year, and
returned it. The total acreage of 1913
was 23,318,977 and in 1914 it was 24,
133,976. Po-Do-Lax Banishes Pimples
Bad Blood, Pimples, Headaches, Bili
ousness, Torpid Liver, Constipation, ect.
come from Indigestion. Take Po-Do-
Lax, and you won't suffer from a de
ranged Stomach or other troubles. It
will tone up the Liver and purify the
blood. Use it regularly and you will
stay well, have e'ear complexion and
steady nerves. Get a 50c. bottle to day.
Money back if not satisfied. All
5ix Per Cent Loans
Obtainable on farm, ranch cr city
property; to improve, purchase or re
move incumbrance. Liberal options; 5
years before making payment on princi
pal, etc. For the proposition address:
Assets Dep't, at 1410 Busch Bld'g, Dal
las, Texas, or 422-423 First National
Bank Building, Denver, Colo. 6-4t
Our Guarantee is Your
It is a pleasure to sell you Meritol
White Liniment on a guarantee; we
know you will be satisfied in every in
stance where a pain killer and healer is
needed. Very effective for rheumatic
pains, neuralgia, lumbago, lame back,
strains and swellings, and all deep seat
ed and muscular pains. Prices 25c, '50c
and $1.00. Wines' Drug Store, exclusive
Mr. J. II. Kuncle, truant officer, 're
quests us to warn all persons against em
ploying during school hours any boy or
girl under 16 years of age. It is against
the law. Better see Mr. Kunkle and
have a talk with him.
"I was annoyed for over a year by at
tacks of acute indigestion, followed by
constipation." writes Mrs. M. J Galla
gher, Geneva. New ort. "I tried every
thing that was recommended to me for
this complaint out notning am me mucn
good until about ifour months ago I saw
Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and
nrocured a bottle of them from our drug
gist. I soon realized that I had gotten
the right thing for they helped me at
once. Since taking two bottles of them
I can eat heartily without any bad ef
fects." Sold by all dealers. adv
Try Lackey & Todd's teas and coffees
They are good. Pheone 62. 32-tf.
f AGRICULTURE AND WAR.
When millions of men are
X turned away from the produc-'
tion of commodities there must
be a scarcity which will benefit
producers in peaceful nations
Just as long as those at war
have money wherewith to buy.
But these millions of men bare
been changed from producers of
wealth into destroyers of it.
The end of all such waste is pov
erty, inability to buy and conse
quent loss of trade between na
tions. Destroying crops, inter
rupting Industry, ruining cities,
tearing np railroads and sinking
ships never added a dollar to the
wealth of the world. War has,
of course, brought about some
developments and advances in
commerce; it has established
some rights and dethroned some
wrongs, but it has never enrich
ed the world and never wllL
Agriculture will reap more of
the temnorarv nroflta of Euro-
pean war than any other Indus-
f try. The nations must eat, wheth
er they work -or fight, and they
- must look to this country for
4 bread and meat But our con
sumers must eat also; they mnst
pay more for their necessaries
and charge more for what they
make and sell, so the advance in
prices resulting from war is not
net profit at any time to pro
ducers. When our farmers re
ceive war prices for what they
sell they must also pay war
prices for what they buy. Trices
for breadstuffs, meats, horses,
wool and cotton naturally re
spond first to the stimulus of
war. National Stockman and
CRIMSON CLOVER SEED.
Poor Germination Is Indicated by a
Since Nov. 1. 1913, there have been
imported into the United States 3,329,-
8S3 pounds of crimson clover seed. This
seed comes mostly from France and
Austria, where the harvest season is
practically the same as in this country.
The time for seeding follows the har
vest season so closely that only a part
of the imported seed is received In time
to be sown the year It is raised. If the
conditions of storage are not the best
the seed may lose materially in vitality
between the time of harvest and that
of seeding the next year.
New seed of good quality is free from
any brownish color, but old seed shows
varying degrees of brown according to
age and conditions under which it has
been stored. The brownish color Is an
indication of poor germination the
darker the color the poorer the ger
mination. Seed which shows a slight
brownish color should be tested for
germination before sowing, and no
brown seed should be nscd unless a
germination test shows It will grow
Germination tests of the 119 lots of
crimson clover seed Imported in the
last eight months show on average of
SO per cent of live seeds. The germina
tion varied from 40 per cent for the
poorest lot to 97 per cent for the best
lot. As crimson clover seeJ loses its vi
tality rapidly and as practically all the
imported seed is one year old before
seeding, an effort should be made to
save domestic seed wherever possible.
This Is especially true of seed for local
or home use. where It can be seeded
without thrashing or cleaning.
A Handy Corn Shelter.
A very handy device for shelling
corn, and especially iwnoorn, can be
made of a one inch board on which hi
fastened a piece of metal lath. The
edges of the metal lath are bound
with a strip of wood nailed to the
Success In the growing of vegetables
depends more uion the supply of sol!
moisture than on the amount and char
uctcr of plant food which the soil may
contain. This fact is not disputed by
men of experience and training. The
most liberal applications of the vari
ous elements of plant food m;iy be
made, but a shortage of soil moisture
invariably limits production.
A soil expert of the United States de
partment of agriculture claims that
soil mixture Is 80 Hr cent of the points
which count for successful production.
rhU Is certainly plat-ins a very high
ralue on one of the factors which In
fluence yields. There hnbsolutely no
loubt. however, regarding the truthful
ness of the statemeuL And the asser
tion Is especially true In regard to the
rowing of garden crops.
Most market gardeners depend upon
the supply of soil humus and upon til
lage operations to control soil moisture.
Both factors are exceedingly Impor
tant Soils which are well charged
with humus or decaying organic mat
ter usually contain enough moisture to
irow good crops of vegetables provid
ed the soil is properly tilled.
I'ye Is one of the best cover crops for
egetnble growers. It grows well In all
ypes of soil. It often thrives under
iither adverse conditions. It Is easily
tnrtcd and may be sown quite late
it the fall National Stockman and
When you have an achey, stretchy
feeling and you are dull, tired and dis
couraged it is a sign of approaching ma
laria or chills. You should act quickly
to ward off an attack. IIERBINE offeri
you the he,p you need. It destroys the
malaria germ, drives out all impurities
and makes you feel bright, vigorous and
cheerful. Price 50o Sold by Wines'
Drug Store. , adv
FOLEY KIDNEY PIUS
fOa BACKACHE MONEYS ANO B LAO OS.
a LczzSy cunnnrmiED CUHE
Think of U.Hr.Prsir.br'tarraMdT tor hoc cbotom ffqo Ilf"H
that Is told aoder a "Leeal Gnarante Bond." How J
can you afford to take chancea against hoc cholera
when yoa can est this remedy a snch ttrmi? W4tiv4 M
Is the only remedy aver pat trp that la guaranteed to cure and prevent
bos; cholera. It does the work better than any other known remedy. It
It did not. It would not be sold on such strong' guarantee. At Ail
Dtvtfaiata. Write for free WwekJet telling; bow to save your hoc a.
BOURBON REMEDY COM PANT. Lesrarton. Ky.
SOLD BY HENRY L. PERRY, RICHMOND, KY
WILEUa ?.. SMITH BUSIES coins
Iaccrpontal Ems&ct t CcantrcjJ CoUei of It. TJzi wnitj
Its Preei'Vnt tmh r.f -TrinM in tnm ntil
and banking bTicinen, r!o 30 7ar9 etlucntinf? lo.uul
yotiDi? in-n ar.i T-ri"i I .r iinTs3. awntrr no.
Ad ilrea HUil lit U. kJUIil, Lexiastost. aiy .
A Friend Well Defined.
A friend is a person who is "for you"
always and under any circumstances.
He never investigates you. When char
ges are made against you ha does not
ask proof. He tells the accuser to clear
out. He likes you just as you are.
What ever kind of a coat you wear suits
him. Whether you have on a dress suit
or a hickory shirt with no collar, he
thinks its fine. He likes your moods
and enjoys your pessimism as much as
your optimism. He fikes your success
and your failure endears you to him the
more. He is belter than a lover because
he is never jealous. He wants nothing
from jou except that you be yourself
lie is the one being with whom you can
feel sale. With him jou can utter your
heart, its goodness and its badness. You
don't have to be careful.
There are many faithful wives and
husbands; there are few faithful friends.
Friendship is the most admirable, amaz
ing and rare article among man beings
Anybody stands by you when right; a
friend stand by you even when you are
wrong. The highest known -form of
friendship is that of a nog to his master.
You are in luck if you can find one man
or woman on earih with that kind of af
fection fcr you and fidelity to ycu. Like
the shade of a great tree in the noonday
heat is a friend. Like the home port.
with your country's flag filing after long
)urneys, is a friend.
A friend is an impregnable citadel; a
refuge in the strife of existence. It is
he who keeps alive your faith in hu
man nature, that makes you believe it
is a universe.. He is the anitdote to de
spair, the elixir of hope, the tonic of de
pression, the medicine to cure suicide.
When you are vigorous and spirited you
like to take ycur pleasure wi.h him;
when you are in trouble you want to tell
him; when you are dying you want him
near. "You give him without reluctance
and borrow from him without embarass
tnent. If you live 50 years and find one
ibsoiute friend you are more than for
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured.
"My attention was first called to Cham
berlain's t'oiic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy as much as twelve years aco.
At that time I was seriously ill of sum
mer complaint. One dose of this reme
dy checked the trouble," writes Mrs. C.
. I lorencce. Rock fie Id. Ind. For sale
by all dealers. adv
The Secretary of 5late And
"I am glad to speak for the President
at this time," said Mr. Itryan, at the
Star-Spangled Eanner celebration in Bal
timore, after paying a personal tribute
to the Chief Magistrate's singleness of
purpose, because he is a President who
strives for peace. In this time of strife
the President, had it been possible,
would have been glad to come here and
speak personally for the principle.
"I am glad to have a President who
will not allow the nation to be drawn in
to the vortex of war. He is not fearful
that patriotism is lacking. He knows
that if a million men were needed he
cobld issue his call at sunrise and have
the men at sundown. He knows that he
would have the service of those who
wore the Blue and of those who wore
the Grey; that he would not only have
the support of those of his own political
faith, but of all citizens."
For a moment Mr. Bryan dwell on the
Mexican policy of the administration.
"Some of onr people seemed to doubt
the wisdom of 'watchful waiting, and
some were inclined to use the term as
one of ridicule. But times have chang
ed mightily in the last few weeks and
now there are none who speak of that
policy in other than terms of respect.'
ENDORSED AT HOME
Snch Proofs As This Should Con
vlnce Any Richmond Citizen.
The public endorsement of a local cit
izen is the best proof that can be pro
duced. None better, none stronger can
be had. When a man comes forward
and testifies to his fellow-citizens, ad
dresses his friends and neighbors, you
may be sure he is thoroughly convinced
or he would not do so. Telling one's
experience when it is for the public good
is an act of kindness that should be ap
preciated. The following statement
given by a resident of Richmond adds
one more to the many cases of Hom
Endorsement which are being published
about Doan's Kidney Pills. Read it.
Mrs. Pearl Boen. 109 Hallie Irvine
street, Richmond, Ky., says: "My back j
ached and my kidneys were disordered.
At times I was nervous and didn't sleep
well. I felt little like getting about, in
fact, I was miserable in every way until
I used Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at
Middelton's Drug Store. I began to feel
fine immediately after I commenced
taking them and their continued use
made me better in every way."
Price 50c at all dealers. Don't simply
ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's
Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Boen
had. Foster-Milburn Com ran t. Proos..
' Buffalo, N. Y. - , . adr
The Liberty BelL
Her are some things about the Liber
ty Bell it would be wall to cut out and
paste in your scrap book:
July -L 177C, the bell was rung for the
Proclamation of the Declaration of Inde
pendence. October 21, 1781, the bell rang ont for
the surrender of Cornwallis.
April 16, 1783, it rang out for the proc
lamation of peace.
September 29, 1521. it rang Jo wel
come Lafayette to the Hall uf Inde
July 4, 1826, it ushered in the Year of
Jubilee, the 50th anniversary of the Re
July 2 1, 1326, it tolled for the death
July 4. 1831. is the last recorded ring
ing of this famous bell to commemorate
the Day of Independence.
February 22, 1832, is the last recorded
ringing to commemorate the birth of
In the same year it tolled the death of
the last survivor of the signers of the
Declaration Charles Carroll, of Car
rollton. July 2, 1831, it tolled once more. La
fayette was dead.
Juiy 8. 1833, while being tolled for the
death of Chief Justice John Marshall, a
crack was developed, starting from the
rim and inclining in a right hand direc
tion toward the crown.
Another attempt was made to ring it
on Washington's birthday, February
1813, but the fracture was so much in
creased that no attempt has ever been
made to ring it since. Its voice is now
silent and yet it will ring in the hearts
of all patriotic people so long as the
name of liberty shall last. Leavrs of
A Lame Back-Kidney Trouble
II don't take long for kidney and blad
der trouble to give you a lame back, and
even worse if not checked. Mrs. II. T.
Slraynge. Gainesville, Ga . was fairly
down on her back with kidney trouble
and inflamed bladder. She says: "I
took Foley Kidney Pills and now my
back is stronger than in years, and trou
ble and painful bladder sensation have
entirely gone." Good druggist are glad
to sell Foley Kidney Pills because they
always help. They contain no habit
forming drugs. For sale by all dealers
every wuere. aav.
You Can Get Them At The
If you want posters,
If you want billheads.
If vou want programs.
If you want envelopes.
If you want noteheads.
If you want statements.
If you want job printing of any de
scription done in the very best style and
on short notice, call at
THE CLIMAX OFFICE,
I will sell at public auction, to the high
est bidder, on
Tuesday, Oct. 6, 1914
at 10 A. M.
My Farm of 58 1-4 Acres
Located in the forks of the Silver Creek
and Menelus pike, seven miles south of
Richmond, Ky. This farm is all in blue
grass and well fenced with woven wire
fence. There is a nice cottage and nice
improvements on the farm. Parties
wishing to look over place before sale
can do so by calling on Thos. F. Rice,
R. D. 2, Richmond, Ky.
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FOLEY KIDNEY PIUS
FOR RHEUMATISM KIDNEYS ANO BlAUUfc
L. & N. Time Table
No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives
and Departs 12:10 a. m. Mid-night.
No. 71. Richmond to Stanford. De
parts 6:45 a. m.
No. 1. Louisville to eattyville
Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:13
No. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxville. Ar
rives 11:20 a.m. Departs 12:12 p. m
No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville.
Arrives and Departs 11:31 a. m.
No. 27. Richmond to Louisville via
Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. m.
No. 3. Louisville to Beattyville
Arrives 6:45 p. m. Departs 7:33 p. m
No. 9. Cincinnati & Maysville to Stan
ford. Arrives 7:27 p. m. Departs
7:32 p. m.
No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives
and Departs 4.11 a. m.
No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and
Maysville. Arrives 6:03 a. m.
Departs 6:10 a. m.
No. 2. Beattyville to Louisville
Arrives 7: 15 a. m. Departs 7.20 vm
No. 23. Louisville to Richmond via
Rowland. Arrives 12:05 p. m.
No. 33. Knoxville to Cincinnati. Ar
rives 1:35 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m.
No. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrive
2:30 p. m.
No. 4. Beattyville to Louisville
Arrives l:35p. m. Departs 1:40 p. m
No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar
rives and Departs 5:07 p, m.
No's 2. 3, 31, 37, 3.1, 27, 34, 28, 38, 32 are
Daily trains. No's 71, 1, 9, 10, 70
daily Except Sunday.