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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w 1 r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL TOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 29 1910 NO 9 r DANVILLE TO HAVE ANOTHER NEWSPAPER Louis Landrum and Hubert Mc Goodwin to Establish The 1 SemiWeekly Mes senger Danville li to have another newspa per to be started within the next few weeks or as won as the plant can be secured by Louis Landrum and Hu 1 bert McGoodwin For almost flvo t years the Kentucky Advocate a tri weekly has been wlthodt opposition there since the cotxolldatlon of the News and the old Advocate The field has for porno time been a tempting ono oa Danville Is claiming almost 10000 population now and the merchants are live ones The new paper will be known as the Danville Messenger it la said and will have ample financial backing and be Is sued semiweekly Mr Landram is one of the best known and moat capable newspaper men in the State For years r he was editor and proprietor of the Lancaster Record and for some limo has been editor of the Richmond Cli max Mr McGoodwin U a prominent DanvilleJudge attorney for the company which will back tho new paper told of tho plans for its estab lishment hero Monday where ho was on business accompanied by Attorney Chenault Huguely also of Danville Horse Ran Away Russ Dillion Thrown Out and Has Narrow Escape From Injury Russell Dillion a wellknown citizen1 of the East End of tho county had a narrow escape from death or serious injury when he won thrown from his boggy when his horsu ran away Sun day With him at the time wore For oft Scott and a small boy neither of whom was hurt The horse began running near tho Cedar Creek station on the Crab Orchard pike when the backing strap broke When close to Warren Garners store Mr Dillion was pitched out by a sudden turn that theI animal gave The other occupants of the buggy remained in however andI after running about a mile tho animal was brought to a stop with the buggy badly smashed Mr Millions face was bruised but his i seriousIare not Defective FlueI Causes Small Fire In Lancaster Street Storeroom Sunday- stheA defective flue storeroom on Lancaster street occupied by Robert Fcnzel set fire to it Sunday morning just about Sundayschool time aAdI caused much excitement in town for awhile The fire department get the fire fighting apparatus into play in short order and with splendid pressure from the water works soon had the bIn with a damage which will not ex 1ceed 100 it la believed The building by J N Saunders and he has his law office on the second floor Some damage was done by water here in addition to that of the fire The fire would undoubtedly have been a dangerous one had It obtained head I way as the building la almost in the center of the block surrounded by buildings of an Inflammable character tYa can keep your property of all i kinds fully protected against lose Jby fire by seeing the old reliable Insurance firm of Fish 8 Pennington Two Fingers Cut Off h Frank Wilcher a youth of 17 yearsai had twd fingers cut off his left hand by a circular saw ia the factory of the Columbia Singletree Company at Mc KInney last week The lad reached under the lumber on which he was working and the saw caught his band and sliced off the fingers almost before he realized It The injury was dressed and he la doing nicely t the Lash of A Flendowould have been about as welcome to A of N Yo as amer cllees lunJracklngcough that defied all for years It was most troublesome at night ho writes dKingscompletely never cough at night uow1I know Its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore lungs la asthma homorrhageicroup whooping cough or bayfever quickly and C conywincesIts positively guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store I J t J L lUSTY of Level Green has boon on a visit to his son Emmett Turjnersvlllotho death of his father in Inw J ftt J Hurst who for many years was a valued subscriber of tho L J Ho died a the ripe old ago of 78 yore ANOTHER BABY LEFT ON DOORSTEP Beautiful Little Boy Waif Found At His Front Door By Ollie J Spratt The third baby to bo left on doorsteps hero within the past six months was found at his front door early Monday morning by Ollie J Spratt a well known farmer living near Rowland this county The baby is a boy and seems about a week or 10 days old Ho Is avery lusty youngster and a beau tiful child Tho little fellow was snug ly wrapped in A blanket but thero wa absolutely nothing to indicate Its Iden tity Mr and Mrs Spratt took tho little thing into their warm home at once and will keep it until the authorities decide what shall bo dons with the lit tie waif They have several children themselves Everyone who has seer the wall has commented on its beauty KENTUCKIAN TIPPED FOR PANAMA JO M II Thatcher Strongly Endorsed For Place on Canal Washington dispatches say that the chances of M H Thatcher of Kentucky to got on the Panama Canal Commission are receiving fresh attention and ono Kentucky Congressman said that ho had information to the ef feet that Thatcher would surely be giv en a good placo with a handsome sal ary Congressman D C Edwards has Introduced his bill to appropriate 50000 to Improve tho Old Wilderness Road from Cumberland Cap to Booneaboro The bill provides that the right of wayI shall be GO feet wide and the roadway proper 20 feet wide and of limestone mead 11m lie thinks he has sufficient assurances to warrant him In saying tho bilOiil bo passed Seriator Paynter and Congressman Ben Johnson havo secured a hearing before tho Senate committee for this week on tho bill introduced by Senator Paynter to appropriate 150000 for a on Green River v Hogs Sell at Twelve Cents Col J P Chandler reports that a- plendid crowd attended the sale of W F Monks near Crab Orchard SaturI day About 500 people were present and bidding was very active Hogs sold at 12c Jersey calves weighing 200 lbeIwent for 535 horses brought from to 124 cows 360 and farming imple meats were in great demand NEWS NOTES I Rev John H of Madison Ind died at Indianapolis from blood poisoning contracted about one year ago white he was administering sacrament- to a dying parishioner Sixteen lives mostly those of young sacrificed in a fire which destroyed one of the L Fish Furniture Companys stores at Chicago One of the girls Emma Llchcnsteln was kill ed by jumping from a sixth floor w- inSdow The pension bill carrying appropria lions aggregating 150000000 was passed by the House By a voto of 76 to 04 tho House refused to strike out the provision which abolishes 18 pension throughout the country Enraged Because hIs wife had gone to the theatre with her brother Alfred Mitchell A carpenter 6f New Orleans shot and probably fatally wounded her seriously wounded hIs 12 yesr old eon and eenan year olddaughter and then shot himselMa the head dying Instant ly Only four buildings aro left standing Mount Hope W Va as the result f a fire which practically wiped out the little tQwn Starting in a business block the flames consumed nearly 400I structures before lack of further ma facial tar their progress caused them to ie down A Nan of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and tromendouaener flY are never founl where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want thesequalltles and the euccesathey bring use Dr Kings New Life the matchless regula tore j for keen brain and strong oat Penny a Drug Store Jj u 1 WOMEN OF CITY- ORGANIZE CIVIC Meetingt At At Early DateINot only the men but the women 6f Stanford aro beginning to realize that organizatioIn Steps aro about to be taken by th men to organize a commercial club and now the women are talking of forming a civic leaKueITho WAS at some length at a recent meeting of the Cur I rent Events Club and found much favor among the members Usher small cities In Kentucky hen civic leagues and the good women car o doing a splendid work in making their home towns cleaner prettier moro sanitary and better improved in every sway The argument that Stanford shout not be behind her sister dittos in tho adoption of modern methods for self improvement is finding much favor nowadays The women believe that they can lend great assistance In aa laudable an undertaking and the men undoubtedly agree with them It has been proposed that the wives of the ministers in the city jointly issue a call for a meeting of all women Interested in the betterment of tho condi churchesB ganization of a civic league Tobacco Beds Galore Extensive Prepaxations Being Made To Raise The Weed If farmers In other portions of the county are making as extensive prepa tlons for tobacco growing as the End soil tillers then indeed this will be the banner tobacco year for Lincoln county An I J man had occasion a few days since to traverse a part of the East End of Lincoln county and was struck with the number of beds thatI may be seen from the Stanford an Crab Orchard turnpike Witftn a dis tance of about two miles ho counted 11I beds ranging from 50 to 160 or 175 fee In length and from three to six feet i n width These beds lay within a shor distance of the turnpike while far away to the right and left and almost beyond the range of vision a strip o canvas looms up white against the dark background which if the times were troublous would be the guide post for many a midnight rider In the Dripping Springs section tho same conditions can be seen though or n diminutive scale The soil Is rather thin and toI bacco raising there may be regarde- more In the nature of an experiment than a certainty If however tho price of tobacco remains at tho present figure the man who owns even gum land can make some money while he of the bluegrasa will reap a harvest of gold Shot Himself In Ankle Tom Chancellor a wellknown young man of the Crab Orchard lection of thoI county was severely wounded in the ankle when a pistol he was carrying dropped and going off shot him in the limb Luckily tho bullet penetrated only the fleshy part of his leg and didI not break a boneIRural Route Extended Rural Route No4 has been extende- two miles northeast of Preacheravllle giving daily service to people in an around Dripping Springs The order is effective April let and over 4500 peo pie will be supplied with mall from the Stanford postolfice Building Lot Sold A large and beautiful building lot was sold by Hughes Florence on Lo gan Avenue to Contractor J A Allen who will erect three nice cottages at once Logan Avenue Is becoming one of the prettiest residence portions of Stanford Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vital organs straluson machinery cause breakdowns Vou cant ovortaxstomachIliver kldpeysi or nerves out serldus danger to yourself If ou are weak or underrunllownlorstrata of any flit lets the matchless Ionia medicine VandQSandeoUIrklandmwrlte down while enduring a most severe strain for three months is to Bitters1 Use thorn an entoybealth aad skeagth Satisfac bon positively guaranteed 60a at PennxaDrug Store F f fl PROF IRELAND WRITES- E MORE OF NE A MEETING Importance of Teaching Patriot ism In Schools Impressed On IEd rs Prof J W Ireland continuing his interesting discussion of the work of the recent convention of the Nations Educational Association at Indlanopo Us the first chapter of which appeared- e in tho INTERIOR JOURNAL of a recent Issue writes as follows The importance of teaching patriotism in the schools of our land as a means to a greater nationalism wa tho burden of the message of U S Senator Albert J Beverldgo in his masterful address to the superintend- o ents assembled In Caleb Mills Hall in Indianapolis In an eloquent introduc tfon he asks what is education for and answers with these words II seems to me that the purpose of what we call education is life It Is to make human beings able to live and to un dersttnd Gods purposes better to make every breath they draw mor worth while to make every heart gel den with meaning Its purpose is noth ing more than to make Gods children approach their Father Just hero we are constrained to say wo need a patriotism that will make us loyal to our country a loyalty which makes one not only willing but anx tour to die if need be for our native land Parents can help in this Instruc lion by teaching their children to be loyal to our own schools industries business systems et al Do you boast of Stanfords enterprise her public men or do you criticise and disparage Do you tell the child teacher is good preacher is good county officers are good ctd Perhaps you speak disparagingly Is this teaching patriotism or loyalty Let us teach the children ideals and the love for the western world patriottspire yoong minds to preserve and to strengthen the repnhlic The republic is not however a tic lion nor is it to cause the ignorant to cheer at politlcalgatherings It is to give persons living under it the best chance to live their lives A republic must depend on Its citizens The greatest forces in tho guidance of its opiniontthe pulpit the press and the schools Love of country Is richer than calculus and more thanmodern or ancient Ian The Senator said turther that whattIs rotting out the heart of the repub lie It ia not enough to die for your country in time of war but to live for it in time of peace After Senator Beveridges address the educators wero given a reception at wheredare sons Iand famous works of art Physical education and life needs were diacujaed largely in the latter part of the session The tendency was to rationalize education and not make the whole purpose of school to turn out literary or clerical persons Speaker Joe Cannon recently said if you desire to know who aro to be rulers go to the farm and tho public school and find the children of the sons of toil who under Cods flat are eating bread in the sweat of their faces and are build lag castles in Spain We see that concurrent opinion bears us out in the assertion that wo need a richar moral ideal and ahigh standard for better morals and better citizenship is like talking phys cal cultureboth must be practiced If Givedanddthe greatest experiment in libertyI1 Doing and not simply knowing was tho magic word at all sessions Efficiency is not measured by what a man knows but rather by what he can do with what ho knows The one care which we as teachers must exercise is to avoid frills and fads The tad is a barnacle that attaches itself to tho ed ucaUonal and the inexperienced are sometlmQ1tprono to mistake the barnacle for tha ship Wo do not mean by this that we should not adopt new plans or methods but do not discard entirely the old Every progressive farmer now has a mowing machine which has taken place of thejold scythe but he still keeps his ecythoto get into corners where he cannbt tako his mower So with oldtime and modern methodsa combination of the two will make the golden mien The closing days of the meeting were devoted to physical training and hygiene Stress was placed upon the ne anddI princlplea of suceeesfumteachlBg en sympathy good nature and- o s patiencedepend upon good health Had air poor feeding lack of exercise citizensIgieneWe have dealt thus extensively with these thoughts with the hope that every reader of these lines may be in spired to give more attention to the school interests and may cooperate more heartily with all school officers in ameliorating the conditions of our State county and community IIs thine hour coma to wake oh slum bering night Hath not the dawn a message in thin ear- Though thou be stone and sleep yet hearsWhen the word tails from heaven Let there be light In tho words of Robert Louis Stev enson there is contained a wholesome thought and lesson which the writer would leave with those who have been so generous as to read the educational articles and also with those who maybe so interested as to desire to help in the one common cause Give us to awake with smiles give us to labor thee east so let our patience be renewed with the dawn as the sun lightens the world so let our loving kindness make bright the house of our habitation We close with a wish which has been poetically expressed and we use poetry not so much for ornament but becuus- it is oftentimes the handmaid o thoughts best expression By the welkin blue above us By the dear souls who have loved usp Let us strive to be Higher than the world around us Broader than the reals that bound us Great as mortal men may be LACK OF FUNDS REASON FOR VETO Many ByGov A total of 463370 of the appropria tions made by the General Assembly at its recent session will be paid by the State Gov Willson approved or allowed to become a law bills appropriating that much money Of this ho allowed to become a law without his sig nature a total of 27479257 Adding this amount of appropriations allowed to the deficit of 1133660 which already exists leaves tho governor says a deficit of 49707039 ThIS appropri ations made and allowed by the gov ernor would require an increase in the tax rate of six cents if the amount is paid He says some of this can be made up by reducing expensesI Two New Autos Purchased By Stanford MenMa chines Becoming Popular Here James F Cummins went to Louisville Sunday to bring overland a handsome Regal automobile which he has just purchased It Is a four cplinder five passenger car and it said to be one of the best on the market Gee liar ra has just purchased a trim little Hup mobilocar in which he is spinning about town Several others In the city are talking of buying machines and the fast method of locomotion seems to be getting very popular in this section Three Dogs Executed Deputy Sheriff W S Embry last week killed three dogs belonging to John Penman a negro living in the Lo gantown settlement which were ac eusi d of having been responsible for the deaths of many of Col Huff Dud derars sheep Conclusive evidence Is to have been produced of tho guilt the suspected canines and Penman made no objection to the summary ex ecution of his dogs Big Sale of Whisky One of the largest sales of whisky bas been made at one time in Kentucky for many years was by DowI ling Bros owners of the old D L Moore distillery at Burgin The sale was made to Cincinnati dealers andI consists of over 7000 barrels of whisky in bond of the crops of 190678 910I which with the internal revenue Jo collected as it pal taken outof bond will have a money value of nearly 500 000 It Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my s rites J A Swenson of Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklena Arnica Salt cured It sound and well Infallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Bolls Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25o at Peanys Drug Store cy PROFESSIONAL WILL TEAMYStanford Boys to go After Amateur Base Ball Championship Of Stale Stanfordeasily won the amateur base ball championship of Central Kentucky last season and plans are on foot this season to put a still stronger team hi I the field to go after all the honors In sight Arrangements have just been concluded whereby tho base ball team securttforArthur Long as coach Long was the star outfielder of the Blpe Grass League for the past two seasons play i ing in center for Frankfort He was the captain of the Frankfort nine when It won the pennant the first year of the metIHe will report here the first week la April and will bo given full charge of the base ball squad at tho school He will put the men in the positions for which he considers them best qualified and run the team according to his own ideas which have always proven so successful in the past Those who have soon the Stanford boys in action say that a number of the men are good enough right now to afPenny as good a backstop as there is in the Blue Grass while Wesley Embry and young Singleton are very effective inthe box There are a number of candidates for the different positions but themes who make them on the regular nine will be those who show Coach Long best what they can do Prof J W Ireland who will manage the High School team has already received a challenge from Lancaster for a series of two games to be playedear ly in May Those will probably be ac cepted with alacrity and others issued to Danville Harrodsburg and Law renceburg The Stanford fans are ea ger for the formation of a Central Ken tacky Amateur League and are back ing the boys here for all they are worth They believe that this years nine attar two weeks work under Mr Long will be able to hold its own with any strictly homo talent team in the State DEATH CHAIR Electrocution at The State Peni tentiary Takes Place ofCallows Death by the rope in Kentucky least under lawful conditions soon will be a thing of the past as Governor Willson has approved the bill introduc ed by Senator Herman Newcomb which substitutes electrocution as the meansAinflicting the death penalty The law also provides that such electrocu tions shall take place within the walls 1 of the State prison at Frankfort This does away with the hangmans day which has long been a recognized institution in Kentucky An execution generally has been looked upon as a grewsome show Just how the prison commissioners will provide for this method of execution is a question Dr Joe Bar prison physician at Frankfort expressed the opinion that it would re quire an appropriation of 25000 to properly equip tho penitentiary for the eletrocutlon of condemed persons This appropriation was not made and it will be a difficult matter to provide the means under the present circumstances Kentucky has taken a long step for ward in the opinion of crlmnolrgit In passing the Newcomb law In di vorcing the State from the ancient feed repulsive method of legal execution even when conducted as privately as possible tho Commonwealth has taken rank along with many other progres sive States Court Closed at Lancaster Special Judge P M McRoberts tits ed the regular term of the Garrard cir cult court Saturday afternoon after a rather busy three weeks The next term in this district will convene is Danville Monday April 11th which Judge Saufley will be able to bold Mr McRobeits services as special judge were eminently satisfactory and we hear many complimentary comments upon his fairness Mil abllityto dispose- of the business placed before him Will LocateInlLincoIn Lincoln county looks so good to Dr W J Childers of Livingston that be has decided to come here and locate He willmake his home near Rusted ville and willundoubtedly be cordially welcomed by the hospitable people otf that community Dr Childers was here this week looking over the fled and is wellpleased with his prospect He will Rkove here about April JOtb O 1 PAGE TWO TIT INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MARCH 29th 1Ji 1II THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1S72 I Z- EVBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At 1 Per Year In Advancer SHELTON SAUFLEYPubllther rr Entered at the Post Office at Stan ford Kyi as Second Class mall I I = HON HARVEY HELM is n candidate for reo fnommfUonforCon Mss from the EIghth district subject to the action uf the demo crntlu party 1 rTilEcommission form of government in which four or five men are entrusted t with the offices of a city is now the fad The late Legislature gave cities of the second class the right to adopt J the innovation by popular vote and the Lexington papers are boosting the plan i for all its worth If half what a wri ter in Everybodys Magazine claims for the commission form is true It will cer tainly fill a longfelt want In those cit t ies which have so long been mismanag ed by the old plan InGalveston Tex I Des Moines Iowa Cedar Rapids Iowa a and Sioux Falls S D commissioners lave worked wonders in adding to the- N beauty and conveniences of the cities and reducing taxation For goodness iNke lets all try It ROOSEVELTS home coming has been fixed for June 17 lie will find many changes in the year he has devoted to I killing helpless animals among them that Uncle Joe Cannon is no longer a peer but a vassal 0 JTilEINTERIOR JOURNAL doesnt blame Caleb Powers foe getting 500 fur a t e speech for the republican ticket in a if llth district county but it thinks the r republicans were a lot of all fired fools to pay it i MR CARNEGIE speaks of it as that f t worthless dross called moneyYet nevertheless and notwithstanding the I master of Skibo Castle has been striving it all the days of his life iJor Additional Personals as MARY PENNY has returned from I a visit to Danville MRS W W HAYS spent Easter Sun was the relativesIt at Lan f Lebanon h was the guest of her aunt Mrs W P Kineald RUSSELL BARKER of Lebanon Iwasthe guest Sunday of her aunt Mrs W P Kineald t I L R HUGHES and wife went up to Mt Vernon Sunday to be the guests of Mrs Hughes father 1MR JAMIE CARPENTER wife and lit r tie bale of Crab Orchard spent Satur left Sunday for herell he will teach scholastic year in Department His for the pres eat TUB revival service 3 at the Logans II Creekchapel were resumed Saturday evening Mr Hcstetter a talented singer will be present at the meetings it this week Servic cs are held at 10 A P M tlJIand7 I t LouisI WITHOUT CHANGE n Tells Friends Far weul B P Shewmaker Writes Letter On Leaving Moreland Mr B P Shewmaker who will soon leave Moreland to locate on a fine farm in Mercer county writes a letter of farewell to his host of friends in this and other counties thro the INTERIOR JOURNAL He says Having resigned my position as agent at Moreland I wish to thank tho peo pie of Lincoln Casey and adjoining counties through your valuable paper for the many kindnesses and courteous treatment shown me both in business and personal ways I hove been connected with the above counties in a business way for 15 years and have done business with almost every man in them and I feel safe to say that they are all my friends I wish to recom mend my successor Mr W W Ren as a man that will take up my work and handle it and will treat the people in the right way I leave Moreland in a few days and will locate for the present near liar rodsburg I will be glad to see any of my friends when they come that way Wishing you all success I remain Yours truly B P EHEWMAKER I SHERIFFS SALE By virtue execution No DM directed to me which the Clerks office at the Lincoln quarterly court In favor of Mat Preston ngnlnit II lleazley I or one of my JJtfluUel will on MONDAY AIItl L 4th1DIO between the hours of 1 oclock P M and I oclock p M at Grimes BonileyV livery table In Stanford Lincoln coupty Ky ox anle to the highest bidder thefollowing property or so much thereof at may be necessary to satisfy rinlntlffs debt Interest and towlt One bay stallion about H ears old by name of Lincoln Squirrel about Id ands high now In Grimes Benileyi possession nt Bald stable levied upon as the property of J II Ocaxley TERMS Sale on a credit of 3 months bond with approved security required bearing Interest at the rate of per cent per annum from day of sale and hay ing the force and effect of n sale bond Wltneas DIY hund this nth day of March IglO WLucOAnrYSberIITJ V Here is your Chance to Get a Good Money Making Busi ness at a Bargain The proprietor of an established drygoodl ladles furnishings and shoe business 1 Stanford desires to leave tbe city for per sonal reasons He will sell ont at a bargain If taken at once Stock will Invoice about flflOO Apply tO iNTJtRIOK JODltSAL office for Information POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or kind of trey passing on our places and will prosecute vi- olatOr to the full Miss Mattie liewes Relchenbach Dro Fred liaumann A T Troylor MlburnUooch N II Hummer Will Hester lONunuelley J W Baugbman J W Peck J E Bruce David Stevens JobnCamenlsch WmOordler Dan Tray lor M D Elmore CiotllbOllck Fred Handorf- PJ J Thompson M Anderson J K Moser Mr and lrlJRIU Ends A Klbasa 1IIrsNJ1I0rton 1 JJ Elliott Mrs Geo CoderW II Daugherty Frank Rev Father Leo DrGOPerry II W II Ilaughman- Uriah I Root Mrs Margaret Oooch Jacob Gander leo O Glvens W HTraylor Ham Roberts John Jufer Amend Schaefer MJHofmann KT lieazley A n Matheny L14 lamer lIIrlJ II Owsley M 1 Morgan u L Fagale- H T Harris U Vutklnl JO Hundley III H Grow Mrs aannie B flood O K McOiure Anderson Oarr Anton Konecker V M Uialiou Fred VonOruenlgan T L Baugbman Mrs Kate Ador Nlo Glitz Mrs Rebecca It Carpenter W Kopatz 3111 Lawrence John R Lee DSevlers Christian Jacob Tom Ferrtll W W Pitman Fred IRk UnrterEHCAnderson W DGooch ins Oelszl T A lllce Hcubcn Curtis Ohrjs Oamenlsch James Smith Tlnsley Bpoonamore P W Carter A L Carter B W Gaines W P J L HoltzclRW W M Fields H Kfnines Mrs Mattle White Mlits Mary Pepples W K Keeton Junes Messer A LThompsou 1t 1WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO THE t SOUTH and SOUTHEAST 11ONSALE DAILY 1 t QUEEN CRESCENT VIA ROUTE i GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31st 1910 4 writei Ky 1 LOW ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEKERS FARES L TO- e f The West Southwest and Northwest 12 TRAI- NoDAILY2 onnehfl 2 TRAINS DAILY 2 ST Louis TO rWITHOUT CHANGE rt Tickets on Sale First and Third Tuesdays In each 1 Month Return Limit 413 Days from Date of Sale xiWrllelor Fares surf SpecUt Olvelle aoalaArnnaelnentsriia- R P PENN TPA J P CARDNRR CPArovtsvlLLt sv S I King Eagle Jr PedfereeSired byS T Harris King Eagle ROYIIKiwall Jackson 72 Royal Kings U dam Mollie Mount 2584 was by noted sire Cabbell Lexington F S King Eagles til data Hip 3579 the by Eagle 1014 he by Old Eagle 750 dam Red Lion 3d dam Harm Den JimBellnon the byOld Dreonon 2nd dam Copper Bot thoroughbred baywithstud lull 16 34 hands high weight 1425 lbs andwell proportioned in every way pmIefine breeder He had colts to come lad Spring weaningtime hingCreeked parted with or bred elsewhere without my consent forfeits the insurance and the money be comes due at the time of such transaction Care KEENEaraponibleout of a pedigreedeaet Sam Keene it 14 12 high blackwith while points He has proved himself to be a good Will stud at 8 to insure a Lying colt A lien retainedon all colts until the season money it paid C CCALDWELLcAtSONR I Phone in residence Waynetburg Farmers Ex Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Isrns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone set Office K Insure with mo and be fully protected Dinwiddie Co KyriUndertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods B D CARTERN- ow Liver Depot Stroot Fhon 96- 8TANFORDIHENTUbKY A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentucKy I nm a graduated Jones National School of Auctioneers Chicago and have had ex perience in the big sales at the Union stock Yards Chicago where we sold some thoroughbreds as blab as 11600 Alto In horse sales wnereSO sales were made each day Auctioneering Is a science and I have studied It with thiliden See me before you arrange for your sale I can mute sales toyourad vantage Illo n53 It Fruit and Ornamental Trees I CIarden1OneKrre Catalogues HF No AgentaI LKXIXOTON KKMTUCKY Harry Jacobs Denier In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Bettees Office and works Mo Kinney Ky TO THE FARMERS 1 will continue to handle Fertilizers In the Jumbo nnd MoKInnoy sections nnd ask my old patrons to remember mo I also ask the patronage of many new eutomerlI Spring Summer Stock Havoyour measure taken by n tailor of ex perience Then your clothes wbetbern low price business suit or the llnest evening clothe will bate that individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were nude to your measure I will also take your meal ure for extra trousers fancy vests topcoats and overcoats and Winter samples on band ready for youranipectlon HO RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford K THE WARFIELD JtHIerofSIdOwensHOnJtcKlnneyKy JtnstAurorachaindonsktprs AmerlcRIInlIe1 rcord2Y5Jsire WllkljI Ktllg 12711 alto of 140 lnclnding lady Of the Nutwoodrecordj InYlseventhLady I ntnddofnnytldngnhlgltncturnndi nanny In nod out of the stable andtaili In tu days baud 11111 L21 The WnrllehJ Is n individualityand I thehartleyii2Otheiatterearnilih of the homo stretch while studacquired l greatninnyI beIngfHllle received more money In the show ringthan any two stallions in the world neysKyaItirtoainsure toIUrelonltv To Insure HJLOWENMSONMKlnneyKy lJC McClary Undertaker Embalmor and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Oman Phone leT Horn Phone = Fish Pennington t Insurance and Real Estate All kinds of INSURANCE on all kinds of property Only the larg est companies represented Rates ns low as can be had anywhere Stanford Ky Phone 200 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulb potted flowers on short notice Also make u specialty of wreaths purposesla above I have all kinds of vegetables oq hand at reasonable prices OJlRJSTlIlAN UREJN HOUSES En IIUnHAKD IltOH- Htnnfeml K- yCONCRETING 1 J 1 I conorating and In fact we can make any from r 1orkyou your PHILLIPS BROS I Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE bf farm of 87 aeres of good land wen Im taleitthe May wood section louse has six rooms New barn and other necessary outbuildings A bargain If sold at once JIVINOflTOlJH JJ BELDEN For house carriage and sign painting deco ratlve hanging also buggy trimming of nil kind such as tops recovered curtains and boots made Btopover Aldrldgeiblack smith shop West MolD St Ky Phone Noe Y54 J J UEMKN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Gro ceries nnd liardware n bust tress Will invoice about tiJXQ Ktmon III health OKO D IIOPPEttHtanford I In B MAHONEY PrcelJ T WHITE Sccy W S FISH Trcas The Citizens Realty and TICo P Farms houses uud lots for rent saloor Persons desiring qUlok sales or purcbaC9fnrealtyofal1kindsCaIPoporwrite t Promptness and Reasonable Comrriissions Our Specialty Phone 200 ti d L I 1 t4 I fiRrs Ii itJ 1 Those new suits you have been buying calls1I for a new hat and as most ot you have our Suits then you should have our fif 1tx hats we can furnish you the full shape STETSON at 350 to + 5 The small and medium tshape Stetson for youngj men at 350 and 4 iaThe next hat to a John feB Stetson is the I Swan Hat at 250 3and3504Qstrictly young mens hats ofcourse you all knowthe t real thing iniyoung mens A hats IS the Yachtshape j1rMy dresser oui prices run r ttfrom 1 dollar to 350 they iare the style They are pret akaM M ty and they are fine + H J McJElOBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY EtJFIE fEg EIfIG L Penny R II Coffey K II Coleinan m IDr Hoc Poultry anaoaI kg m mm i payfurDrugStore 0PENNYS DRUG STOREml Stanford Kentucky When You Have i5 IPred1ceTo Soll Call Yi 1 IH B N0rthcottr If t lrr I Stanford Ky Phone 153 tI r TlIURlrA K TUDOR Managert I 1 0 T F MARCH 20th 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY PAGE THREE r e eee ev eer iJNew Wash Goods We ore showing some pretty novelties in wash goods Homo spun linens at 25c homo spun linen 15c new French ginghams new flaxons in checks ti Fine EmbroideriesP- retty i flouncings at 50c to 5 per yard 1 4 M Suits and Skirtst j 1 Let us show you our suits and skirts We make a 5 specialty of making a skirt just like you want itt S I NEEDLES Dobbins and Shuttles for nUeowing machines at Pennys Drug I Store t- F PERSONALS MRS II C FAiW in Louisville Ioo PERRY is visiting his undo In o Madison county llennm was down from Crab jJAWES Saturday J W ACEY mado a business trip to the mountains last week W S Flail and little daughter were guests of relatives at Paint Lick MRS A J ADAUI of Hustonville is Ypending several dajs with relatives MRS J M DRONAUCII of Lexing ton spent Saturday with the Misses Paxton W K SHUOARS JR spent several days with his grandparents at Lancas tar W E PERKINS of Crab Orchard was In town yesterday shaking hands with his boat of friends A 0 C DINWIDDIE of Hustonville was in town Friday shaking hands with Ihls many friends ALL are cordially invited to attend the open session of our Literary Socle ty on Friday April 1 Sixth Grade of Stanford Graded School HENRY COLEMAN manager of the Columbia Singletree Factory at McKin t v ney was here this week renaming from l mountains where ho has been purI qchaslng lumber for his big factory IRise MADGE HACKLEY has returned r from a visit to friends at Mu Vernon I and Crab Orehanl Mns J C BAILEY and children and Miss Ophelia Lackey of Crab Orchard wero with friends and relatives here SaturdayMn Mns DOUII RIOB Mrs Johnson Mrs Watkins and Dr Uailey of Louisville came up In a big touring rand spent Sunday tho guests of Mrs S san Y eager TllE Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tlan church will meet with Mrs W P Grimes at2oclock Tuesday nftornooo to finish tho work they havo on hand Ladies of the church are invited A t good reader will be on hand j GAIT THOMAS HELM of Danville hiunnouncod the engagement of his daughter Miss Pattio Helm to Mr Edward Voris a leading young attorney I at the Danville bar Tho wedding will occur at the home of tho brldo in Dan i vllle enApril G MRaJ S GRIMES of Elizabeth town announces tho engagement of her daughter Elizabeth Payne Grimes to Edward Sprlgg Crume formerly of EHtabethtown but who has recently comoto Louisville to locate The wed ding will take place on June 2 at the- izeheihtown Presbyterian church CourTer Journal Miss Grimes Is a daughter of the lato Joseph Grimes formerly a prominent citizen of this city and a brother of W P Grimes JIMiss DEW IE NEWLAND of Crab Or chard Istviitlng friends in Now Cas tie Tenn- J M ALVERSON returned to Frankfort Monday morning after spending Sunday with friends here JOHN COFFey a popular fireman onI the L N whose home is at Leban on spent Sunday with his cousin Mrs Farley Scott and family at Crab Or chardALEXANDER WILLIAMS one of Uncle Sams best soldiers and a valued subscriber to the I J has been transferred from Fort Mleaoula to Fort AilsIn nlboine Mont MR AND MRS CHARLES GARNER of CrabOrchard are receiving congratu lations of their many friends upon tboi arrival of a sweet little girl in theirI homoJMRS MARY KODDINS and little daughter Selena spent Easter Sunday with her relatives at Crab Orchard Miss Annie Davis her older sister will spend a few days with relatives at Danville IN writing to have his paper changed from Pinevlllo to Lenoir City Tenn J C Well says I do not want to miss any of them Tho new style of your paper Is great and it makes ono think It It a dally MR E C WALTON of Stanford Ky is with the editor for a few days It is his first viiit to Florida and the first time ho has been foot loose In over 25 years Mr Walton has published the INTERIOR JOURNAL of his native town since boyhood selling the paper rooI cently to take a much needed rest lie Is delighted with Orlando and is deter mined to spend at least one season hero in the near future Orlando Daily Re porter Star of which George C Keller Is editor and manager TUB engagements of several promi nent and popular young people in Blue Grass society were announced in Sundays Lexington Herald They were Bishop and Mrs Lewis William Burton announce the engagement 6f their daughter Louise to Mr Henry Kava naugh Milward The wedding will bo a beautiful event in Juno 1 Mr and Mrs R McKeo Scobee of Winchester announce tho engagement of their sister Jane McDowell Tracy to Mr Thomas Clark Tracy Tho wed I ding will be celebrated the latter part I ofAprilMrs Suich Hardwlcko Sandusky an nounces the engagement of her daugh ter Anna Katherine to Dr Henry Gil I more Foushee The wedding will be celebrated in June Mr and Mrs Charles Bush Stewart of Winchester announce the engage ment of their daughter Ilia to Mr Vernon Strodo Hislo nlsoof Winchester The marriage will be celebrated in April e se e se ese A Second Trip To the market weve found necessary on account of 0 the brisk early Spring business and are better prepared than ever to supply you with your Spring and Summer needs The increased patronage we have continued to enjoy is due to fact that our goods are as represent ed We make good every statement we ore never undersold when quality is considered Severance Son STANFORD KENTUCKY 1AG11DY WARREN spent Sunday with Miss DETTIE CARTER of Moreland was the guest of friends here Monday DR J T BOHON of Hustonvllle was in town last week shaking hands with his many friends Miss PEACHIB BAUGHMAN is about able to be out after her tussle with ty phoid fever E P OWSIEY of Columbu Ga is hero on a visit to lila father Dr J B Owsley JOHN OWSLEY REID is reported to have had a very bad night Sunday night and his friends are feeling great uneasiness over the condition of this popular young man MARSHALL NEWLAND and sister Miss Nell Newland are visiting their cousin Miss Jennie Coffey in Danville Mrs Coffey has returned to her homo in Danville after a pleasant visit to Mrs J H Newland at Crah Orchard LOCALS TRY an Old Hickory wagon Pence Broil FRESn Ohio river big fish at the Country Store today- LOSTAutomobilo glove Reward for return to Miss Luella White TilE wrinkles In neckwear at Cummins Wearens NEW fruitandvegetables tho Country Store OIL cloth and straw matting at tho Country Store S C BLEaltoaNM edge for sale Rest laying strain Write or phone Mrs R L Berry Hustonville Ky 710 PuRe Plymouth Rockeggsl for setting of 15 Mrs A R Nunnelley Turnersville QUEEN QUALITY Oxfords hold their shape and style Lot us fit you Cummins Wearen PLYMOUTH ROCK hornand Stark Minorca eggs for sale 1 per 1C Ed Hubbard BUGGIES of quality ns Colum bus Mager and Brockway at Pence Bros LOST Shepherd T bites reddish col or very timid Reward for return to- M S Baugbman tf LoSTGold chain and locket engra ved S L T Reward if returned to Mrs Jesse Traylor 92t FOR SALEFewnice I DulY Orping ton cockerel Also eggs for hatching Mrs W J Holtzclaw Stanford RTD No 1- DEMItY SHERIFF T S REYNOLDS arrested Will Humphrey of McKinney on a statutory charge last week and lodged him in tho county jail here I DRESS MAKING and sewing of all kinds done by Miss Mary Zeller at J F Cummins residence Satisfaction guaranteed OUR great low price sale is still on and wo selling everything below cost Dotter come quick S Goldstein I HAVE made a change in my buggy and implement business and all who owe an account that is past due will please call and settle at once Also all notes that are due and past duo must be paid at once E T Pence FLY time is at hand Get our low prices on screens for your windows and doors George H Earns 82 LaDlES dont fail to see those suede Oxfords in gray and blacks Price 3 to 350 at Cummins Wearens S WANTED to trade lumber for barn patterns for corn and hay C J Sip pie London REV A W DAVIS of Midway preached the Easter sermon for the Colored Knights of Pythias at the ChjJs than church Sunday Lincoln Lodge No8 turned out In full uniform and maneuIveredH G JOHNSON stock claim agent for the L N was here last week settling with farmers for stock killed by trains Grimes Beazley and S T Harris both got checks for animals they had lost COBURNS heldthe boards at Wnltons Opera House on Saturday night and gave a most creditable per formance A packed house greeted the troupe and vociferously applauded each number There was not a singlo questionable joke and withal it was well worth the time and money spent It was tho companys third appearance in Stanford and the fact that each per formance has drawn a larger house is evidence of its worth JL B azley Co I UndertaKers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur Diture Mat ngsRugs They willexchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock o Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKYI ee e e e S eeeeeeee e e New Floor Coverings We have just received new druggets new rugs new mattings etc New Silks Having sold our first purchases we have just received new patterns in silks 0 CorsetsS 5 See the new models in AmericanLady corsets 1 to 3 c s ee eee e eeee ee eee eeeee e e ee L R Hustles T W Humble W 0 MarIy CorsetsWe call your special atten tion to our new line of corsets The latest models of Warners rust proof corsets have without exceptions the most perfectly designed hip and back lines that have been brought out this season in the new sheath effect We have them in all styles and sizes long or short with high or low bust as suits cus tomer This is a beautiful corset made of imported Contils handsomely with wide lace trimmedfelastic hose tached both front and sides bound throughout with nlu miniged rubber coated non i rustable steels wrapped inIlinen prices from 1 to 5 II HUGHES MARTIN CO I 4 Dry Goods Notions Shoes I STANFORD KENTUCKYI i Clothes of Value Easter marks the beginning of clothes buying but possibly on account of its early date this year you postponed buying your suit until later if so we now invite you to inspect our line We do not search the market for the cheapest clothes the manufacturer can produce but for the best values and styles that the entire countrys markets offer such depend able goods coupled with reasonable prices should induce you to buy here S w w E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY L4 J1 GET IN THE GAMEv I srx r 1v Also Get Into One of Those H- li J HART SCHAFFNER andMARX i Spring Suits and no one can dress better than you Take no chance but see that the HART SCHAFFNER and MARX label is in your suit and you get a positive guarantee that it is allwool fabric perfect in style fit and workmanship Prices from 1750 to 2750 Other wellknown makes at any price below 1750 4 fi Cummins Wearen v STANFORD KENTUCKY t i t J r r u l 4 7 PAGE FOUl THE JtfTEBIOR JOURNAL STAFFORD KT MARCH 9ttk tid I CARROLL PRESTON Sired by Preston 922 by Washington 54 by Cromwell 73 by Wash ington Denmark 61- 1st dam Baby Pence sired by Enoch Arden 2nd dam Lndy Pence by Almont Forest 2803 3rd dam by Garrard Chief He is n beautiful bay 15Y hands high four years of nge He has more natural action than any horse living and from his success as n show horse in his three year old form bids fair to make a greater show parse than his grand old sire being undefeated in his class as a three year old and always getting his part in the stakes against the crack show horses of 1909 This great young stallion will make the season of 1910 at the stock yards of A T Nunnelley Stanford Ky at the reasonable figure of 525 to insure a living colt Mares kept pt 250 per month and not responsible for accident or escape Season due when mares are parted with or bred to other stock W O WalKer Stanford Kentucky SAVE YOUR FOWLS I i Bourbon Poultry Cure la reoocnlzedas the standa d poultry remedy the world It 1a the one remedy that can bo depended on with sboluto certainty to cure and prevent Gapes Cholera Boupt- imberneck Dlar hoca and ell exist IIf forma of poultry dtr Pasty drops in the drinking water keep fowls healthy and free from disease A boo bottle makes IS rations of medicine For the treatment of Blackhead mad other diseases to turkeys I BourbonPoultryGurel tirf WWRalronIiepltmvilkxtare tor- Ii BoubommlbalttyCurehtbemostsaudactotyrtmedyItot OTlle yetrt sod IMuafa ared IItBourbons Remedy Co Incorporated 4- Lcalegton IIAy S AV At All Leading DruoolaU BOo par Bottles Trial Vial Fra jI- I Sold By SHUGARS and TANNER c WEHave the Superior 2horse corn planter with bothedge and flat dropping plates also the Superior horse planters and fertilizers These planters have been tested and give satisfaction WaH Stanford KentuCkYI the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4300000 Resources 34000000 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIE- RJ PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J Wl ROCHESTER ASST CASH H CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HAYS FOSTER CLERK- OIREOTORSr W 0 Walker Stanfonl S IL Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterStanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ran kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilburnc Gooch Gilberts Creek FIRST NATIONAL BANKI aSTANFORDKENTUCKY J ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 r SURPLUS EARNED 20000 l HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 2 16500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Uepojit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account I OFFICERS JSo Hocker President S T Harris VicaPresident John J McRoberts Cashier HC Baughman Asst Cashr WV Saunders Booklceerx r 60 JIll et i i I TJ I S B C F Reid j J M H C J F Cummins S Robinson Walton J S Hocker W Murphy RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your as aelty dence and place in a to get the latest market quotations at time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a that is small compared with 3IJebeBcGts received Call or address our nearest office write direct to iisftdqUarters TenD for information regarding our special Far avers Liac rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we MD immediately interest you Our lined cover the States of Kentucky Mississippi and the portion of and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO MASONS MEET aaw taLodKe No F4 AM will meet stated communication on each first and list ldoee4ay nights of MOO month at 111 latfeelr hall on main tree Stan fo4 of slstee lodges are fra ben prewnt W Pen Matea DIRECTORS H Baughman M D Elmore Pettus Baughman T Harris no C IE C H family 3v sum or Nashville Tennewec Louisiana Southern IXCORPORATKD1 L tN TIME TABLE No 11 Houth inter M No S Mouth Utfi A a- No11North0A x No M r x NoJ710t AlV Neg9lorxr dbS RCEAJontY4 FARMERS DEPARfHSHT SHEEP DIP at Pence Bros k Good four yearold fresh milk tow to Bell Charles Enslln It Eight good twoyearold mules for sale J E Bruce tf James McKechnie sold to J A Rob- Inson seven 175pound hogs at 10c FIVE good second hand buggies for dale B D Carter Stanford Two work mares for sale A T Nunnelley FOR SALE Pure Boone county white seed corn 125 per bushel See sample at Lincoln County National and First National Banks Also 15 bushels of cultivated hemp seed S J Embry Jr and John C Pepples Stanford BUY harness of a regular dealer where you can get quality J C Mc Clary Fiveyearold mare for sale safe for lady or child work anywhere Apply at Adamss livery stable 72 Bona L McKechnie sold to Grimes Beazley a nice fiveyear old gelding for 155 t George D Boono bought the fine jack Rome of Garrard parties for a fan cypriceB Gaines will stand a fine jack this season at 10 to insure at his place oa the Crab Orchard pike three miles from Stanford See ad later LAND HOLLERS doubledisc harrows and drag harrows Hoosier corn plant ers and all kinds of harvester machin ery at Pence Bros John Miracle of the Green River sec tion sold eight calves to J N Van hook for 114 a nice price- J H Baughman got In a carload of mares from the West Friday night and sold eight of them at from 160 to 250 Saturday- J T Veatch of Mercer sold to D B Blake of Woodford county a black jack for 600 also a threeycarol jack 10 Judge Thurman of Springfield for 750 and a yearling jack to David Sims for 300 John and Jamie Carpenter will have something to say about some fine stock they are standing in the next issue of the I J Q C Excursions I The first excursion of the season via the Queen Crescent Route to Cincin nati will be operated Sunday April 10 1910 Special train For full particu lars call on ticket agent W C Rine arson G P A NOTICE By direction of the Olty Council the or dinance on dOR will tw hereafter rigidly en forced Each dog must bo reelitvred by Ita owner with the City Olerk anti a tns No of 11 paid at the same time and n collar placrd on the dog containing Its reKltterxtl num ber and ownera name A failure to comply with this ordlnancu aublecta the owner lo h- One of day and It la the marshals duty to killall dogs not registered and collared aa required by the ordinance JI UAHTMv BS City Monhnl Amusement and Enter tainment Every Evening The latest and beat run of moving picture at the Theatorlum Pleases the grown folks delights tho children Anew Im store every night Only nand limo KMibGRKKNiiORO PROP Stanford Ky DON VARRICK This magnificently bred young atalllon will make the season of 1U1U at my stable near Stanford Ky on the Shelby Olty pike at 115 to tnaure a living colt DOn Vnrrlck la 18S a beautiful chestnut short back heavy tone In fact the highest typo of the trotter RrtlltOnwardTrnnaylvanlnlnu aeven heat race In 1902 and the same year won tko flOXUO Homier Memorial and the M nnd M nil In broken heats and sold lor I2IUU and later for sr SpunlibIn lwi makIng a record of 307 and was classed alone of the bla four bflng one of tbe greatest money wInners on grand clr cult Onward Hllver It by Onward one of tin and belt sons of George Wilkes Onward dam was tbe dam of DIrector tbe alreof that greiit family of trotter and byWIlkesEoyto The Wayl15X anti half sister to JInd leas Pntcbon the dam of Itubbor 810 Winchester Its Hilly Wilton ItlO and GreyEagIethOdnmPatltlen Don Vorrlok Inm produced Dr Conner that paced n public unit mils on the Lexington track at III mouths In Irtwji and sold to N WIlubinger of New 11nvesffor IlOXI abe olio produced Maggie trotted n half mile on tho minio track nt 18 monthI old n 111 and sold for tax Don Varrlck la fut game and always ou the ery rarely over lenvea bla feet Insweeks handling last Fall ho trotted a quarter on half mile track In Hoc half In 110 and the tulle In 2 r on the outside of track Please itotothe rich tnberltnnco of speed on both sIde not a mlailng for generations Ureedtothli fellow lUll you cant lilies tbo tour breeder looks for size dlsposftlonupeatand loots See hi in before booking your stares Henson money due when more are parted with or bred to another hone Mares kept at lOc per duyand all care taken but will not be responsible tar accIdent or escanes Don properhandllng16 at place stand = Two Mighty JacKs Two CLIFTON and KUtiHBL Clifton 1s a block Jack with light point tyears old last September 1JJJ hands high with n ear well set on H rangy neck has plenty boaonndaubatunce und nt n breeder ho it not surpassed RUSSEL 4ytaroldlatmuoh finish and action as a hone and as a breeder he is the equal of any Jack Roth of these Jacks will servo mares at 110 to Iniure a living colt Trading the mare forfeits tbe insurance Care will be taken to prevent oectdenta but will not be responalbl should antrJanelltnndKP WOOD- SJUWOODU d Almont Dare3228 AS H R Sited Date 1982 he by Chester KingWiMiam byAbdallh2nd dam Lady Davit by Crit Darii b flour bon Chief 3rd dam Millie S by Foreign Light by Foreigner by Imported Clenco Bet lie cby Cunningham Cc peibottora 5th dam by Imported NOTE Almont Due to far at we are stile to diicoyer u the fint horse on record haYing lo hit honor ol defeating with hiowa progeny those of hit the Dignity Dare Since r t became a tire he hat from I to 4 premium colt shown each yeat at the different county lake and they are developing into a fine o Ilrot and 5 gaitedones This hone I it the result of a lifelong mating with the best dams and tire obtainable and at a natural isa fine horse beautilul bay about 16 handsl end made fat would Weigh around 1200 pounds I A show horse sham lions fully then peers going 6 distinct saddle gaiti all fad lrue- and l high A hiahailtd gelding600 and lo Troxy Dare that hu won more premiums any mare ever tired by Dignity a list of others too numerou to men lion This hone owing to age and location will make the season at our stable 2 12miln from Huilonrillc on Huitonville and Liberty pike- at 15 to insure a IiYII trop Mare lradrJor bredelsewhere renders season due Craw in abundance at 2 pet month Our pertonal at rttponaihleforinspection invited Eo S POWELL er SON- Ifullonnlle Ky BEAU NABOTII 4JJXM Bind by XAboth 10116 Record 2IllfaoXnbotir llrsl Ham Norn llauRhiimu by Nova CWI record JU by Klrctloneor IslL second dam Lola Jr aired by Metropolitan 1571 by llmnlltonlon 10 third darn Jose byOliverWnencr sixth dam klml by Imp Tronby lewntli dam sired by TrmrntonY Rattier Dean Nnboth la a largo horse standing 18 poundsWhewstory of his limited educationyou Iwglb to realize that 1m Is tmrnex stallion that lie must be a great horse If proved by the wonderful progro ttint be fins made with very little handling he has to be the cbnmplon harness atalllou of KentuckyIts has won owr the best baa produced K ad of him end you will see that there are no bettor bred atalllon In Kentucky than hell lie tlratclata combined hones gIve him a saddle mete he will got you a saddle colt give him a trotter mare be will get NabothIvWllkaIlot thoroughbred to give him stamina Come and ace this hone he Urea without a fault ho U perfect from end lo end hit three crept of coin cannot lw excelled by any horse Will atand at the Nunnelley phoneUiFee J1J to Insurers livtng colt JM IKTTfS Phone 88 Utuga Htanford Ky ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE 1 THOSE having claims against the estate of Geo B SauHey deceased arc notified to present same to the under signed properly proven for payment Those owing him will please make set tlement with me at one George L Penny administrator NOTICE 1 Those having claims alralnlt theeitato of Mrs Belle Hlce deceased will present theni properly proven to me at once Those ow- Ing ettate ore notlfled to settle with me Immediately GROItlItl1TTA- dministrator Sirs Itolln nice When Hungry OOTO Oaraona Restaurant Ijincailer Htreet Htanford 1C MealaBorvud at all koura ap to UOt P M Kelt PJnea lu wn for a good quick meal j Oooklng to suit our customers our specially Hplendld new lino of fancy Groceries Hot Coflcp Knndwlcbea plea buttermilk and sweet milk eta at nil time W A CARSON Prop Auctioneer 1 I I offer my services to tbo people of Lin coin county us an guaranteedMoreland McWUOKTKK Ky K FlI Mo 1 Residence Turnersvltle W ATRIBBLEFurniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentucKy CLEMENS HOTEL j LEiKixPfor DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside rooms Oouiuierclnt travelers a specialty Special tl by week or month The proprietor la u former Iln cola county man anti hit should re monitor him when stopping In his town NEW MUSIC V Wa have In atocka fine line of vo cal aud Instrumental niuslo alt sold at rise per coPy will order any special piece de sired sale a- tShugars Ok Tanners DrnZ store Stanford Keftuck t fi4 J Y Our Spring line of Clothing is better i than ever before It is now open for your Inspection Call and see that snappy sui- tJUSTIIEIIi RECEIVED BIg Line Of IAPAPER r pay you to examine our line be fore you buy Dont forget we are price makers I L L SANDERSCrab I Angus ntlljO If have anything sell STOCK Take New Stock Yards buys and sells every lv in thottyear except Sunday firing your stock Host market State plenty andlvatcrlest covered pens nutudo of Louisville Loxingto STANFORD KY We also dI general hitch nndjfcojl business W MCAIlTylres WALTOKVPrei IJoIt HUGHE38 TIt it Stanford Estate CorStanford Kentucky t 14n c x Farms rind Town Property Handled Commission Stocks nud Boadi- Sold If you Have Property Hell Rent Notify Write for Circular I L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky I Tinging Plumbing Heating atI Dont let 1010 paw without having and collwater through your house with a beautiful white Porcelain Bath Outfit Have K WARNER install your country water works with reasonable prices and guarantee also carry stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing and Roofing Paints Call and see usTelephoneIrV K WARNER r Stanford Ky t I Polled Angus Bull t will stand my thoroughbred Tolled bull rUt place on Somerset pike Money when cow known to be M with calf or porte Irons Q LoV iLT- iSlantordKy I I p you to in the LINE it to Nunnclleys Ho on in the with ol ctrl or L E C Real on to or Us to hot W to We in 188I si duo w Boone Comity White Seed Corn Fluid selected batted tipped shelled and graded for edge drop or any planter HM bo Will deliver at StanforJ Ky pelt 7Icoarl day VTAlrOS E MOSS t l4 n aiterKy as 1