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THE STANFORD, KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. TUE8DAY, OCTOBUR llth, ltO S- THE DRY FALL OUTING ! $435 rSamJ-Trip From STANFORD. JfUiti.Ullway statious. Regu lar urato -HO A.M. 3m L2TOE WRITE OR Announcement Of ?- BL BAUGHMAN'S HORSE AND 0OOO0O J& His Home-just SfM .0$ to do more business and not to quit business. -&0S0O O O OOOOOOOOOOOOO O O O O O 200 and have just returned with 5 car loads of mares and geldings of all slzts f'rom ChftUnd ponies to half draft mares, 1 to 5 years old, that will weigh 1,200 jo fl,00 when matured, Just the kind to raise high priced mules this know Xrm actual experience. 15 -MARLING 1-4 to1-2 DRAFT FILLIES. 20 .2-YEAR-OLD 14 to 12 DRAFT MARES. 0.3 Xt 5 YEAR-OLD 1-4 to 12 DRAFT MARES. 1D.3.-W 4 YEAR-OLD 1-4 to 1-2 DRAFT GELDINGS lOGENERAL PURPOSE GELDINGS. 20 JTENERAL PURPOSE MARES. J2D (BRANDED PONIES and several Shetland ponies IWw were bought In Illinois, Missouri and Montana and two-thirds of v ttem are branded but were raised under fence and will handle kind and .penile. PRICES FROM $15 to J200. I will close ot or put Into winter quarters all unsold by Nov. 15, prerara- . lory to going to Atlanta to engage In the mule business until April 15, 1911. 1 u'lll Uk'b eturn and prepare for my annual sale of Mules and llroodniares . to be held next September. As I only bought these to eat a surplus ot ,raos, .will exchange any of them for any other stock to graze, especially irul'y .yjul cattle. Am always in the market for high class mules and :if.t. 'Phones 46 and 116, t &d and waler best covered pens STANFORD, KY. We also do a jri2MuSKj39E)Sfir oW5. SOME REASONS WHY If you study the "Lines" and the "Set" or the Diamond Edge Hatchet the reason for their universal favor becomes evident. Ho matter what style, whether shingling, lathing. claw, half or any of the score ol styles, every one seems to be finished best. The Infinite care in the selecting and setting of the handle is remarked by all men who know. DjAMoifo JEdqe isji Qujiuty'Pledce'' FOR SALE BY GEORG E H. FARRIS, STANFORD. KY. NOTICE. da tlas district court of the United -Slates tor the Eastern district ot j3Castuoky. In the matter of Clarence jj. .Siplc, Bankrupt. lly virtue of an order entered by J .Stafco ot Sale on Bankruptcy. ti. fiaiwder, referee in the above atylod case, 1, as trustee of same, avUl n Saturday the 3L'nd dty of .October A. D., 1910, between the bourn ot 10 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock j), jo. ou the premises being 52 aires ,yt tann land, situated in Lincoln county, Kentucky, on the waters of Jree river, adjoining the Denbain Claras, and lying near the postoHlce of ALL ABOARD FOR MAMMOTH C A V E! WEDNESDAY, OCT 12 One Evening For Promenade and Dance. BALIS FOR MRTICTUKJ 'PHONE L. & N. TICKET AGT. MULE EXCHANGE $0 iKV3O0 sold - in STANFORD.; J. H. DAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. If you have anything to sell in the STOCK - LINE Take to Nunnelley's New Stock Yards He buysand set a every day iu the year except Sunday. Bring on vour stock. .Beat market iu the State with plenty ot outside of Louisville or Lexington general hitch and feed business. Jumbo, Kentucky, expose to public sale to the highest ana "beat bidder, for cash in baud, the above described tract or parcel of land, together w"u nineteen acres ol land adjoining same, now owned by Clarenco J. Hippie, the bankrupt above named, and also one-half Interest In the growing crop upon tho said land. Given under my hand this the 19tb day of Algust, l'JIO. U. A. DVCHE. Trustee. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard La An and Garden. Write for Free Catalogue No. Agents H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS. Lexington, Kentucky. $5.50. Pays All Your Hotel Expenses Including board and the admission to the cave, 'Every Month' writes Lola P. Roberts, of Vienna, Mo., "I used to be sick most of the time and suffered with backache and headache. My Mother, who had been greatly helped by the use of Cardui, got me two bottles, and I have been well ever since." E49 Take The Woman's Tonic Cardui is a gentle tonic for young and old women. It relieves and prevents pain. It builds strength. It feeds the nerves. It helps the whole system. Made from harmless roots and herbs, it has no bad after-effects, does not interfere with the use of any other medicine and can do you nothing but good. Try Cardui. It will help you. Your dealer sells it Large SloeVVbf RUGS AND DRUGGETVAn NEWEST DESIGNSNS NEW FALL AND WINTER MIL LINERY. BIG LOT NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE HANDLED SEP ARATELY UNDERTAKING STOCK FULL AND COMPLETE. CEO. B. PRUITT, Moreland, Ky. ! HOG RAISERS Are your hogs worth 5 cents per head? Ve guarantee Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy to keep hogs beilthy and freo from disease for 5 cents per Iwiad per month, it cures Cholera, Kills Worms, Stimulates the Appetite, Aids Olgestlon and cause hogs to fatten very rapidly. This remedy is used and endorsed by leading hog ralien. throughout the country. Come in and let us tell you about It. Sold by New Stanford dug Co. Public Sale and Renting Having decided to give up farming I will sell to the highest bidder on Thursday, October 20th, The following personal property : All kinds of farming implement? such as wagons, rakes, mowers etc. Two large work horses. 1 family jnare, gentle, 1 brood mare by Enoch Arden, 1 4-year-old mare by Ualton. l 3-year old filly by Dignity Dare, !) cattle 28 Mieep,, 3 goods Jennets, 1 Jack roU extra good, 6 mules one 3-year-old, thr-e 2-year-olds, 2 yearlings. Also lot of corn, fodder, etc, surrey, buggy, huckhoard. harnpRB ami milk mm. HUNTING At the same time I wil rent my farm or 180 acres mile west ot Moreland. It has all necessary Im provements. f or six acres for tobac co, 27 acres for corn, G8 acres for small grain, remainder In grais. J. 1. Chandler, Auctioneer Terms given on day of sale. J. J. Sl'h'AltS. .More land, Ky. EUREKA PORTRAIT CO., R "Incorporated" Makes a specialty of ul kinds m 1 ui iiunruiih in on Bepia, crayon, pastel, India Ink and water col ors, Mgh-class work gunrimtced I e are prepared to frame pic Itures ol every description. Prices teasonable. Office and factory opposite court house, Lancaster Street THE FARMERS For Halo, 2 large steers and IS cal ves. J. S. Moberly, McKlnney. 63-4 1'laln nine-hole wheat drill, good as new, for sale cheap. W P. Logan. Let mo Insure your barns and to bacco. W. A. Trlbble. For Bale. A well Improved farm ot 20 acres, near Mt. Salem, house hold and kitchen furniture, stock, and farming tools. P. II. Woodson. Mt Salem, Ky. vj-aa Lutes &. Arnold foIJ In WhltWiotise & Pnxter, or Iloyle, I:! yearlings nt a flgiiro about I 12o Monday. Jones & CnM DunKnt 119 entile here Monday nt llgures ranging from 3 ta 4 1-2 cont.i For Sale A few thoroughbred l)u roc .lersey bong pig. April fnrrow Price reasonable T. J. Durham, Crab Orchnrd, Phone 13-Hfc. 59-S For Kent About 17 ncres of good fnll urnss. Mrs. Martha V. Klrby. C5-:i For Sale 76 700 to 900 pound year ling and two-year-old steers V A Coffi-y. McKlnnoy. C2-2p John itli r n r( to Harry tVv nlti mid Dr. O. 3. Williams h l.imih of yearling cattle nt J4.50 per hundred me prominent young West Knders arc rapidly forging to the front ns cat tlo donii-rs For Sale 3d head of 900-lb. steer c.mie tan bo soon on J. A ltobln Mns larn. For price cnll on or write t T Polion Lebanon. C5-4p. Prlntoss Sonls, the crai k show marc of Mrs. Wchard ljwnilci. of D.inMlle. died Inst weo nt the lllliolj fetatc fair Springfield whore she was bung shown by Mnt 'ohwi. She wos by (hestor Dare and out of n dauchter of Diamond Chief and was regarded as one 01 me greatest show mares lr, the country. She was valued at 5,. A field of rice Is being giowu near lliiood Darren county. It U grow ing mcel) and now has larg pods on the stalks and h attracting imicli at tention, (. it Is the first rle eer grown In that county. For Sale 25 good young nwes and cue bi. cl. most ot tliom pure bp-d shropshins J. Frank Smith, Ilox SI Stanford Ky. M)ers & Vaughn sold to I)r O S V llliatus a bunch or yearling cattle at $4 Hft and to P-ayhmme a bunch of yearlings at il.r.O and to Robert Nunnally 15 heifers at J.: 10 nnd In Ta)Ior and Hottom 32 It-ad nt 4 cent and shipped a carload of rattle ".lid hogs to Cincinnati The hops were bought nt S cents and the cattle at prices running fro 2 to I cents. Join Uussell. of the Moreland tec tloti, toM his faim of 60 acre to Mr ,i D. Terrlll for $45 nn ncre .Mr Itussell bought from Mr F M, Von ell 84 aired at $100 per acre W li Murphy sold two suckling colts by Bohemian King to Allen U. Kilelen, ot Boyle, for 1390. Lutes & Arnold bought 24 sheep irom ii. watts last week ut SI f.o 1 ncy nad them near Maywood on pas ture, when a pack of dogs got Intr them Friday afternoon nnd killed one A whole lot Is being heard right now about the prlco tobacco Is going to bring, but Fred Brunschwelg, liv ing out on the Somerset pike Is pretty wull atlslled with profits otf his dairy herd for the past ear Mr Brunsch welg supplies milk to the Stanford Crcamerv. He hns Just figured up bis inllk sales for the year and finds that after paying all expenses of bis cows' keep, they have netted him ISO a head. The sale ot J. F. Cook & Co.. held in 18) c tie county and which was ad vertised In this paper, was quite a sic;. cess , About fifty head of horse stock nnd the same number of Jacks and Jen nets, were sold at an average prlci; of about $.'00. As It consisted princi pally ot breeding stutt and weanlings, the prices obtained were considered quite good That Stanford Is I hn leU iMltle market In ths section of Kentucky was amply demomtnto.l bore Men da), when there were almost l.ono cattle on the market mid buyers here from all over this section and many distant points. Nunuell.yV noek yards was pressed for room to handle the big bunch all day. Pruet rang. ed considerably according to the qual ity of the stufi offered going from 3 to f cents. J. It. Bnghrsss has Just sot In 2 carloads of torses from St. Ixmis He sold a team to Mr. Williams of litis lonvtlle .Monday for 1115. LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE 100 acres In tine shape; crop goes with. Better come quick. J. M. Key. nobis Waynesburg. The final amount has been raised for making the survey and buying the right of vay for the proposed new railroad from Somerset to Corbln Tbn subscription committee at Somerset has announced they have sold nil the stock of the company, which will be capitalized at $10,000. BLOOD POISON Cured by the Marvel of the Century B. B. B. Tested for 30 Years, Drives out blood poison In any stage, pernianeutjjrwJthqut deadly mercury, with pule botanical Ingre dients. To prOV'e.lVwe will send you a 8AMPLE TREATMENT FREE If you havTulcers, eating sores. Itching, hutiiors. " swellings mucus patches, bone pains, offensive pimples, or eruptions, tuke B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm). All symptoms heat qukkly, Blood Is made pure and rich, completely changing Uie entire body Into u clean, healthy condition, heal ing every sore and stopping all aches, pains and Itching curing the worst cuse of blood poison. Druggists or by express, $1 PEH LABUE BOTTLK with directions for homo cure. SAM PLU SENT FUKB by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ca Describe your troubles and free medical advice ulv en, Sold by 8HUGARS & TANNER. The Crossett Shoe When it comes to dress wear, Crossett Shoes are what you want. We have every style, last and color. Work 1? VtfV' VJM Ik v Vtt. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. SCHOOL SHOES! Buy your Children's School Shoes from L. L. Sanders and get a nice School Box with each pair. L. L. SANDERS, , Crab Orchard Stucky. St. Asaph Hotel For Sale THE ST. A3APH HOTEL PROPERTY A LARGE COMMODIOUS BRICK BUILDING OF 25 ROOMS BESIDES THE KITCHEN AND BASE. MENT, ALSO TWO LARGE STORE ROOMS WITH BASEMENTS CEN TRALY LOCATED IN STANFORD ON MAIN STREET IS FOR SALE PRIVATELY. HAS A LARGE BARN ABOUT 100x72 HAS ABOUT 24 STALLS, LARGE LOFT AND LARGE SHED THE FULL LENGTH OF BARN. SERVANTS HOUSE LAROE COAL HOU3E THAT WILL HOLD 600 OR 700 BUSHELS OF COAL, LARGE DOUBLE CRIB ETC. THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE PIECES OF PROPERTY IN THE STATE. IT IS A SPLENDID PLACE TO MAKE MONEY. WILL SELL A8 A WHOLE OR SELL THE HOTEL PROPERTY SEP ARATE AND KEEP THE STORE RCOMS. ALL THE FURNITURE IN THE HOTEL GOES WITH DEAL. THE OWNER OF THIS PROPERTY IS IN BAD HEALTH OR ELSE MONEY COULD NOT BUY IT. SHE HAS DECIDED THAT IT MUST GO IN THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS. IF YOU WANT IT YOU MUST ACT QUICK. THIS A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR SOMEBODY. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS SEE L. R. HUGHES OR W. L. MC CARTY. THE TWO STORE ROOMS ALONE ARE PAYING GOOD INTEREST ON $6,000, AND ONE OF THEM 18 LEASED FOR SIX YEARS. THE LEADING HOTEL OF THC TOWN AND DOING A BIG BU3I NESS. A FEW YEARS AGO THE HOLDERS OF THIS PROPERTY BOUGHT IT PRINCIPALLY ON TIME. THEIR HOLDINGS NOW ARE AMONG THE LARGEST IN THE CITY. Public Sale Having sold my place I will nn Thursday, October 13th at in a. M., three miles from Stanford on the Danville pike sell the following described property: 1 good mare mule eight ytcirs old, 1 six year old combined mare with mule colt at side, I two year old bait shelf ind pc)iy broke to ride and drive, 2 Jersey cows and two suckling calevs, 2 yearling Jersey heifers, a few meat hogs also four fiO pound ahoats, household and kitchen furniture, some hill onions, a few dozen chickens. J. B. BRYAN. FARM FOR SALE! 80 acres lying 1 1-2 miles west of Highland; a good cottage and out bouses, barn etc., C fields fenced; about 33 acres In cultivation; plenty of water. Reason for selling out not able to work on farm Price rearon able. J A3. A. KINO. 608. FARM FOR SALE. Ti acres, It l'l miles southeast ot Uiistonvllle, kuown as the Dennett I'loyd farm, GO acres Iu wheat stubble, remainder In grass; well Improved and a tine stock farm; will sell at a bargain A V Carpenter, Moreland, Shoes And medium weight. We have a line, the best made from hand sewed to a machine made We have the Inpcstructable Shoe for the farm that we absolutely guarantee. If not good, money refundeq or a new pair. Ask' your neighbor. m Public Sale of Hustonville Property Having other property In Huston Tllle I will on Saturday Nov. Bth, 1910 . sell the following described real estate One two-story trarae house, with 18 rooms, arranged so that two families can live In It; two back yards; one extra nice vacant building lot; one extra large two-story barn, a good livery barn; 2 large sheds; 2 lasting welts: one back lot. Tcls property' Is' well fenced and In good repair; has all outbuildings ncces ' ivy and Is situated on Main and Col lege streets, one square from very tine guided school; one square from the Christian church; one square from liaptlst church and two squares trom Fresbjterlan church, and Is in a splon. did neighborhood. I will also sell ono Curtis & Held glass-front carriage, as good as new; two good high wheel sulkies; two phaetons, one two-borso drUIng cart; one Hancock disc plow and S00 or 600 bales ot No. 1 hay. Halo boglns promptly nt two o'clock Terms made known on day of sale For other particulars address by phono or otherwise. D. S. CARPENTER. Hustonville, Ky. ' O f I J'