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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 J S ry Tr1IWd1 rt I I e I t t 1 I r HE INTERIOR JOURNAb b 1 I ITOb XXXYU M STANFORD XY TUESDAYIAPIILssiIO NO 12 FREE SEED CORN FOR LINCOLN FARMERS Com Growers Association To Be Organized at Stanford Aprl Fifteenth rMuch Interest Is being manifested by the farmers of Lincoln county and the surrounding country In the organiza tion of a Corn Growers Association which will be effected here April 16th St ti under the auspices of the State depart meat of agriculture At that time a i representative of the department will be In Stanford and will distribute free throe bushels of pure bred seed corp Prize will be offered In the fall for the I best grown from this sejed corn rSimilar oclatloMwill be organiz ed in the countlee of Wayno on April 9 at Monticello Pulaiki at Somerset April 11 Casey at Liberty April 13 I and other counties Tn this part of the State the department desiring to ascertain the best corn growing counties of the State The department Is pushing the campaign for better corn in Kentucky and is working on the plan by encouraging tho farmers to exercise more care In the selection of seed for planting One reason for the small yield and inferior t quality of the corn crop in the country is that the farmer either le not famil 1larwith the best grades for seed or Is r I In the selection of the seed IThatewho attend the meeting April have the opportunity to learn how to do this from experts who have t roads life studies of growing the beat corn by selecting the best seed The farmers of Lincoln are keeping up with the procession of progress in the State and it is believed that a largo number will be present to join tho Corn Grow ers Association Similar associations t have already been organized at London J with 200 members Mt Vernon with 65 Imembera Louisa with 75 Pikevillo 125 PatnUville 100 Prestonburg 75 and Ir vine 65 Very Dry March List Months Weather Most Re markable on Record f The month of March 1910 will go down in history as tho most remarkablo weather on record The main features were that it was the warmest as well as tho driest March that ever occurred The mean temperature for March 1910 was 54 degrees which is 11 degrees above the normal Tho previous high I record was held by March 1907 when it averaged 52 degrees the nearest approach to these was CO degrees In March s 1108 and 1903 The coldest March was 36 degrees i L in 1906 The total rainfall amounted to 056 Inch and occurred on the 1st 5th and 20th The normal rainfall for the month Is 472 Inches leaving a de ficiency of 4 26 Inches I The next lowest record for rainfall I in March occurred In 1889 when tho amount was 163 Inches Bad Auto Accident In Shelby A serious automobile accident occurred Saturday at Shelbyvllle In which I Miss Clay Willis youngest daughter of Hon 1 0 Willis was probably fatally I Injured and several others badly hurt In attempting to turn the machine Miss Josephine Willie who was I 1 driving backed It Into a cut In front of i the fair grounds The machine turned turtle and all the occupants were seri ously Injured except Mi s Eloise Mad OOx who escaped by jumping Mr i Willis had two ribs broken e Rockcastle Fair i At a meeting of tho stockholders of the Rockcnstlo County Fair Associa lion tho officers of 1909 were reelected Gntnvlllo Owens president B A Yo den vice president A J HaggoVd secretary J W Hutchcaon treasurer R H Homm J W Tato nnd A E Albright directors August 17 18 and 19 were namodnn the dates for holding I tho 1910 exhibition Forced to Leave Home Every a largo number of poor sufferers whose lungs aro sore rncked with coughs nro urged tORo to another climate But in costly and not alwav sure Th roa a way Lot Dr Kings New Discovery cure you at homo It cured mo of lung trou blo writes W R Nelson of Cala 1 mine Ark when all olso failed and In weight ItR sure lungIcures A health to It Its positively guaranteed for Coughs Colda Asthma Croupall troubled bottlefreeat50c and 1 trial Pennys Drug Store Two Happy Couples Iwo more 1bung couples were made last week by County Clerk Geo B Cooper when ho Issued marriage license to George S Gooch and Miss Dora Witcher to wed and to Harrison Broughton and Miss Beckley Ervin to join their hearts and hands for aye Both couples reside In the county and have many friends who wish them great happiness Mrs PattyJHays Dies at Home in Kansas City And Buried Here Sunday Mrs Pattie Hays long a resident of Stanford and well known and beloved here died after a short illness U her home In Kansas City Mo where she had lived for a number of years April let The remains were brought back hero for burial and laid to rest in Buffa lo Cemetery Sunday morning at 11 oclock services being conducted at the grave by Rev Joseph Ballou Mrs Hays was C2 years ot age and Is sur vived by one daughter Miss Alma and four brothers I L of this city Jas A of Lancaster and Allen and Roy and a sitter Mrs W W Hayes of this city Coon After Chickens Brought nCilyIn People living In tho central part of the city were startled about 3 oclock Monday morning by a number of revolve shots which rang out on the still morning air Visions of murder ra pine and riot ran through the minds of halfawakened paterfamilias but it was none of theie Ben Wearen and George II Farrls were only repelling the assaults of a coon upon the pens of fine Opplngton chick enf which are the delights of Mr Wcarens eyo No It was a fourleg red coon but he was fully sustaining the traditional desire of either the hu man or quadruped tribe for fat chick en meat Several volleys from all the available revolvers in the house dis abled his coonshlp but it required sev eral knocks on the head with a ham mer to dispatch him for it was feared that the coon was playing possum Tho coon was tho property of Spencer Hig gins Jr and mado his escape someway in the night from his pen at tho tatters home In Good ShapeI State Drug Inspector Is Said To Have Found Local Stores State Drug Inspector C S Porter of Somerset was in Stanford Friday making an official visit to the local drugstores He carefully examined Into the conditions in each and though he did not make any report before leaving it is understood that ho found things here In very satisfactory condi lion Mr Porter has just been ap pointed State Drug Inspector under the art of tho late Legislature and all who know him say that no better man for such a responsible placo could have been found For many years he was the leading druggist of Somerset bat has retired now and ft Is understood will soon move back to his old home in Henry county Lincoln Girl Wins Appointment as Clerk In Census Bureau at Washington Among the Kentuckians successful In securing appointment to the CtnusI bureau at Washington aa announced from tho capital are Battle Moore ofI Lincoln county and Horace L Walker censusUJientaTHomas of Liberty for Lebanon Sid net Lovelaco of London and James co I Smith SomersetReaching The TopIIn calling of life demands a vigor ous body and a keen brain Without health there is no success But Electric Bitters ia the greatest Health Builder the world has over known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kid neys bowels puritioA and enriches the blood tones and Invigoratea thu whoo system and enables yuu to stand the wear add tear of daily work After months of Buffering from kidney trouble writes W M Sherman Me three bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man 50c at Pen nys Drug Store Senator Bailey has announced that he has received assurances that before adjournment there would be a vote on the ptatebood bill- S l LOCAL PEOPLE ATTEND CAPTWALKERSFUNERAL I Prominent Garrard County Citizen Dies FridayBuried Next Day At Paint Lick A large number of Lincoln county people went over to the burial of Copt Edward hi Walker at Paint Lick Gar rard county on Saturday afternoon among them Judge M C Saufley who was one of the pallbearers Mr and Mrs J C Hag the latter being aI sister of Mrs Walker Wm M Bright I W 0 Walker and others Captain Walker was well known to Lincoln l coiinty and his death Is sincerely mournedHe away at his home in Lan caster as a result of blood poisoning at the age of 67 He is survived by his wife and one son and four daugh tera all residents of Garrard county Capt Walker was under treatment at a sanitarium In Louisville for some time and underwent seven operation without apparent relief and was final I ly brought home about a week ago sinking rapidly to the end Ho served with distinction in the Un ion army and won the title of captain He was one of the picturesque types of the true Kentucky colonel being a great fox hunter boon friend of Col Jack Chinn and the best type of the sportsmen who have made the old com monwealth famous He was a mom ber of the National Fox Hunters Asso elation and was a breeder of foxhounds famed all over the country Capt Walker was an uncompromising democrat and led his party to victory in many a hard fight It was his wish that he be laid to final rest in the old burying ground near his old home in Paint Lick and hundreds of sorrowing friends gathered to pay the last tribute of respect and love to his memory as dust was returned to dust Coach Arrives To Whip Ball Team in Shape T- Win Championship Again Arthur Long the fastest outfielder in the Blue Grass League arrived here Saturday night totake charge of th High School base ball squad and put them through a systematic and vigorI ous course of training for a couple ofI weeks The Stanford boys are going after the amateur championship of tho State again this season and tho local fans believe that with the inside game which Long can teach the youngsters they will be able to make a fine show IngILong will have tho squad out for practice every afternoon after school hours Ho intends to put the boys through hard practice work for a day or two until ho obtains a thorough lineI on their abilities and will then begin to make up the team which ho believes the strongest that can represent theI High School The rain Sunday wet tho grounds considerably but it is believed that with no further precipitation they will soon be In good shape for hard practice HIGHLAND Farmers are very busy plowing gar dosing etc Rev J MCook has beep confined this room two weeks with grip but is improving E B Austin remains very ill Rev George Thompson of Eu banks is teaching a class In vocal muI sic at the Methodist church Pastor Haggard is being assisted by Rev W H Morrie of Bethel Ridge IDa revi val at the Methodist church Consid erable interest is being manifested in the service and it is hoped that much good will result John II Butt Is tearing down hIs store room and will put up a modern building 0 G Speaks U cutting lots of lumber with his new engine reI IiThomas jMissi from Richmond where ehe was attend school on account of the deathof her grandmother Mrs Lucy Bough Dudley Graybcal and Orcatus Bryant of Somerset are visiting relatives hero J 0 Terry has returned to Somerset i Its The Worlds Best No one has ever made a salve oint ment or balm to compare with Buck perfecthealerSores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eszema Salt Rheum For Sore Sores and Chapped hands or Sprains it is su preme Infallible for Only 26 at Pennys Drug Store Martin Welch sonof Mrs Luc Welch of Danville died in Denver aged 34 KNOCKED IN THE HEAD ROBBED BY FOOTPADS Rowland Resident Has Harrowing Experience While On WayI Home Late at Night II F Dalton a wellknown resident of Rowland and father of Buckskin Bill Dalton the lad whose leg was broken by a shot from an L N braktmana pistol a few days ago was assaulted by two footpads as he was going home Saturday night and rob bed of IllS He was beaten over tho head with what ho believes was a picket fence slat and a gash about four inches long cut in the back of his head which was dressed by Dr OBannon Dalton Is no young man and the inju ry is quite serious He says that he left Stanford shortly after 11 oclock at night and as he went on down tho pike he noticed that two men were following behind him ap parently dogging his steps lie became auspicious from their actions and when he reached the yard of Mr Napier he dodged in to allow them to ipasa He did not see them any more but thinks that they hid on the roadside or doub led beck on him on the LA N tracks for he was struck on the back of the head without warning and almost ren dened unconcious The place he was assaulted M was so dark that he could not tell whether the men were white or black He was within a very short distance of hi home at the time and was able to stag gel in with blood flowing from his scalp Sheriff McCarty and other offi cote visited tho scene of Daltons as vault but could find no clues nor could Dalton give them any information that might disclose the identity of his as sailants Santa Claus is now able to be out but shows the result of hard usage Boon To Farmers Was Heavy Rainstorm SundayI Tobacco Beds Were in Danger i The hardest rainstorm this year vis Ited Lincoln county and this section ofI the State Sunday afternoon and came Itebegan to Tain before daybreak but stepped aKer a few showers until about noon About 2 oclock in the afternoon however it began to come down in torrents and the downpour lasted for almost an hour Farmers In this section have been greatly worried during the last week for fear that a hard drouth would spoil all chances for good crops this season Tobacco beds were seriously threatened and work of every kind on the farm was tied up awaiting some moisture In some parts of the county it was so dry that the farmers were watering their tobacco beds by hand No rain ever came at a time when it was peed ed more by the farmers Rockcastle Court In the Rockcastle circuit court which is thefirst term there of new Circuit Judge B J Bethurum the case against Owen Turpin charged with the killing of Bogie Phillips was called and both sides announced ready Tho following were accepted aa jurors lit ModoR C Adams Henry Cromer J C P Myers R G Bowman Chas Wilson John Elder Judge L W Be thurum and County Attorney S D Lewis am assisting Commonwealths Attorney Jarvis in the prosecution while Attorneys C C Williams and J W Brown are for the defendant rThe Merry Widow Hat Spring time has come gentle Annie and Mother Earth and her beautiful flowers of nature are clad in the different colors of the rainbow It almost too awful fo mention about the Merry Widow hat instead of get ting smaller this Easter has grown tots fullest extent containing a small Garden of Eden Oh how long does the impatient suffering humanity hope to enduro thorn 7 They are enough to keep the poor fallen man from tho house of worship find tho pleasure seek ers from the different play houses and to drive the being to desperation pay fortherti Oh why were We menI not born with giraffe necks so we could overlook this monstrosity of a nuisance WILL G McKINNEY Q S C Excursions excursion of the season via Cincinc nati will be operated Sunday April10 particuy lars on agent arson G PA- I Suit For Neat Sum Suit has been filed in the Lincoln cir cuit court by Attorney P M McRob erts representing H E Ross a Lex ington lawyer against B H Noah the action being brought to collect about 1700 which it is claimed Is owing to Ross from Nash on certain rentals ac counts etc Dr Brown Returns From Philadelphia To Watch Jno O Reids Case Dr E J Brown has returned from Philadelphia where he was taking a special course to take personal charge of the case of John Owaley Reid who continues quite ill with typhoid fever Dr Brown has been the young mans family physician for years and Dr Mc Murtry who was here from Louisville last week to see him advised that Dr Brown be summoned home as he could undoubtedly better understand the case than any other physician Mr Reid was not so well Monday morning Tom Newland Comes Back Home to Manage His Fathers Big Grocery Store tThomu D Newland Jr returned to Stanford Saturday and accepted a pool inIgrocery on Main street Mr Newland has been with Welsh Wiseman Co in Dan ville for a number of years and has made a splendid reputation as a sales man He says that he Is very glad to get back to Gods country onco more and is being given a cordial wel come by his many friends In mention ing bis leaving Danville tho Advocate ssys Mr Thomas D Newland who has been with thei Welsh Wiseman Co for ten years has resigned his position and left for Stanford where he will as sumo the management of his fathers store His successor has not been cho men During his residence in Danville Mr Newland has made many friends who will regret to learn of his departure Ho has fine business instincts and will doubtless make a fine success in his native town Ellsworth RegensteinI Appointed State Superintendent Of Schools to Succeed Crabbe Gov Willson has appointed Prof Ells worth Regenstein superintendent of public schools at Newport as Superin tendent of Public Instruction to succeed Prof Crabbe who resigned to become president of the Eastern Normal School at Richmond T W Vinson will be promoted to tho chief clerkship to succeed J P Culbertson who goesI with Prof Crabbe to Richmond as his secretary Regenstein will continuo the nonpartisan plan of Crabbe for the State board cf examiners He will con tinue T C Cherry of Bowling Green a democrat on the board and appoint aIrepublican to fill the place that he vacates Scholarships To Graded Schools to be Awarded By Competitive Examination An examination for graduation in the common school branches will be held in my office May 1314 White pupils paw Ing this examination will have tho priv ilege of attending either of the four Graded High Schools In the county tu ition freeO Singleton superintendent Can See The Comet Halleys comet will be close enough to the garth in a week or ten days eo that it canbe seen through tho telescope The comet was visible earlier In the season but stare that limo has receded from the eiirtbpassing near the sun but Is approaching again on its outward journey In the middle ptrtof April the comet will bo visible td the naked eye just bo fore sunrise During the latter part or April it can be seen two hours be fore sunrise and on May 18 the comet can be seen in the evening From that time on it will gradually disappbiir On May 18 the comet will bo 14000000 miles from tho earth Kills A Murderer merciless murderer is Appendicitis withmany victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill It by prevention They gently stimulate stomach r and bowels preventing that clogging that invites curing contt pation headacheblllloURel8i chills 25c at Pennys Drug StoreIi HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES- GETTING IN SHAPE L For Central Kentucky Tourna ment To Be Held at Lexing ItonEarly In May The young athletes of the Stanford High School are making active prepa HIghSchoolMeet which will be held on the State University field in Lexington early in May It Is expected that athletic rep resentatives from fully 25 h h schools in this part of the State will be pres entto compete for the prizes which will bo offered as well as to win honor andttglory for therrespectdveechoola Two years ago the Blue Grass Graded School Tournament was held at Lexington with fine results and a revival of this witha larger scope this year promised circlesInStanfords crack man in the tourna ment will probably be Harris Coleman i who Is developing into a shot putter of great strength andlskill He has smashed previous high school records already and is now going after the State record On trial work at the school campus here 4 last week he put the shot 88j feet Coleman threw the shot the first time about a month ago and those who have seen him at work believe he will soon be able to break all records He is a powerful lad In every respect and Is a star foot ball player as well as an all round athlete Coleman has already made a record of 105 feet at tho hammer throwtWallace is showing up fine in his pole vaulting and can now get over eight feet He has gone over five feet on the running high jump with Ed Rankin a close second In the 100 yard dashes and 220 and 400 yard runs the Stanford school will depend upon Wesley Embry Mike Pen ny Will McCarty Thomas Bright and Lester OBannon for the principal work and all are making good records The high school boys are taking great Interest In this coming meet and will be in fine shape to uphold the honor of old Lincoln It is expected that they will gain some valuable pointers this week when Arthur Long the crack Blue Grass Leaguer who is to coach the base ball team at the school takes charge of them Commencement Plans Being MadeFor JCIosing Exercis es of Stanford High School Plans are already being made for the Commencement exercises of the Stanford High School although the date is over a month off Prof Ireland has secured Rev Dr Everett Gill pastor of the Baptist church at Danville to deliver the baccalaureate sermon to the High School graduates Other Interesting features are planned which will make these Commencement exercises notable Prof Ireland is hopeful that he will be able to secure Prof J G Crabbe who has just retired as State Superintendent of Public Instruction to deliver graduating address RecordHuffman Considerable surprise was occasioned among their many friends when WIl- lIam Huffman familiarly known to his many friends as Doc and Miss Julia Record secured license and were made man and wife Sunday by Judge James P Bailey The groom is the popular butcher of Main street while his brjde is the attractive young daughter of constable Joo Record residing near Waynesburg They will make their home in this city Mrs Borders Dies in Arkansas 545- News has been received here of the death at Ogden Arkansas of Mrs Mary E Borders on March 23 at the age of 66 her birthday occurring the day before her demise Her body was brought back to her old home in Gar rard county Jar bards Shu leaves a son and n daughter W C Borders ofsirOgden Ark and Mrs Lottie Frister of Mansfield Louisiana Shdhadbeeji Blind for five years before her death I but bore her affliction with fortitude and was ready to go Night Policeman T M Aldridge has been appointed Night Policeman for Stanford by the who believe that It is jut as necessary to have a guardian to watch over the welfare of the people during the midnight hours as it ia In the daylight I F ah4a t tri 6 ehiM 4pe 9Mrf 5 tl eftelY1RIrMYM MMV tl 11 I t I II I r ienGE TWO d 4 tfJ t THE INTERIOR JOUBNAJ STANFORDKYt j f i f J t 1APRIL 3th J WO tl c t L 10 It I THE INTERIOR JOURNILJ tEstabl1shed1812 f EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY t At Jl Per Year in Advance 1SHELTON SAUFLEYPubltsher Entered at tho Post Offico at Stan ford Ky as Second Class mall HON HARVEY HELM nomination of Mncoln forConKbell from the Eighth district suJjlcl to the action of the demo era tlo party L HENRY LAWRENCE editor of tho Cadiz Record and Adjutant General under Gov Beckham still insists that t Mcdreary Is the logical man for the democrats to nominate next time and one of the very few leaders In the party who can defeat ORear who seems certain to win the republican nomination forJlGovernor Gen Law rence started the boom for McCreary several months ago when certain interests were trying to make a runaway race of it for Congressman Ben JobnsonI Gen Lawrence well urges that the democrats must select a man upon whom all the factions can unite and for whom no apology need be mad whenever his candidacy is mentioned In the latest issue of his paper he i says on the subject The democrats of Kentucky might as well look the conditions in the face that exist If they would redeem the State from republican rule next year The State is democratic but party har ness hangs more loosely than in former days and unless some man is nominat ed for governor who is clean and hon est and against whomlnothing can be said and in whom the people have absolute confidence Judge ORear is sure to be the next governor of Kentucky The people have over a year to profit by the mistakes of the past winter and i redeem the party from impending peril and if wise judgment is exercised i personal preferences laid aside Hon James B McCreary will be the nomi jneefor governor by acclamation And there are many other men who can placse lay should be experienced in uniting + upon him and making him the stand r ardbearer for the next State contest Victory would be sure and the State would have four years of prosperity f mad an administration which would t anet the approval of everycitizen Current issues of the Mayfield Mes J1 senger the Benton TribuneDemocrat ani the Smithland Banner all published in the Gibralter of democracy the First district also come out strongly for McCreary for governor rA Good Man V As a contender with Ben Johnson for the democratic nomination for governor Rufus Van Sant the wealthy lum berman of Boyd county is being men politir fights He is intimately associated with John C C Mayo the Eastern Ken tucky millionaire who despite contin J ued reports to the contrary has no am r bitiins in a political way and is only interested in politics for his friends Van Sant and Mayo believe it is said that with thejformer as the democrat candidate Judge E C ORear will no out after the republican nomination chief executive Frankfort Jour 1g I Obituary On February 20 1910 little Ada Rue the fiveyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs S S Elmore fell asleep in Jesus Death is always a sad visitor and none but thosejwbo have had to submit to this ever unwelcome guest can realize the bitter pangs of sorrow that follow Loved ones find comfort and consola tion in the thought that you will someday meet her a shining light in that beautiful city of gold where pain and sorrow are unknown and where family circles are unbroken and praises never endLittle Ada isjslceping the sleep of a tin innocent awaiting the resurrection t worn Only a few short days ago y So full of life and love Taken from those who loved her so u For a home in Heaven above Y The portals of Heaven have opened To admit another little soul Another beautiful life has ended tItnow haslreacbed its goal We know tie hard to give her up 4 Biit all must drink the bitter cup Your darling with her curls and eyes of brown 4isa jewel in the Saviors crown Why weep oer those who have gone t To a fairer world titan this Mt W Neither sorrow norTJain doth roam t lInthe Elysian fields of bliss j Oh grieve no more lovedonegt f your darling no more I 1 L She la with her Savior r On the bright eternal shoe k = WAYNESBURG A little daughter has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Hendrick Hayes- to bless the union of that happy young coupleMr Grubba of Hustonville and Miss Hogue of Kings Mountain were made one at C C Goochs by Rev J A Singleton Sunday Mrs Bertha Gooch wife of Mr John Gooch died Monday after an illness of several weeks She was a devout mem ber of the Double Springs Baptist church and wra loved by all who knew her After funeral services at the church by Rev R R Noel the remains were laid to Vest in the Waynesburg cemetery The winter eats crop is an entire failure in this section of the count all having been frozen out Judging from the tobacco beds that Have been sown over the county there will be a larger acreage of that weed planted than last year A good many of our farmers are arranging to raise broom corn this yearT J Burelson our popular pottmas ter has moved the postoffico to the new building just completed Mrs Harry Jacobs of McKinney and her sister in law Mrs Balim vis- Ited Mrs H H Singleton Arthur Davidson and wife of Mc Kinney visited the family of Hayden Reynolds at this place W D John son and daughter Miss Lauraof Kings Mountain attended tho burial of Mrs Bertha Gooch Rev R R Noel of Stanford is visiting old friends at this place He delivered an excellent discourse on Missions at the church on Tuesday night Sits Geo Chinn Dead After an Illness of only two days of pneumonia and heart trouble Mrs Gco P Chinn wife of G P Chinn former warden of the Frankfort penitentiary and son of Col Jack Chinn died at her home in Harrodsburg Friday Few per sons were aware of her illness and the announcement of her death was a great shock Before her marriage to Mr Chinn several years ate she was Miss Carlisle of Jessamine county Besides her husband she is survived by two children 4 Beat Board Bill Clyde Estes of Kirksville MadUon county was lodged in the county jail to serve out a fine of 5 and the trimmings assessed against him in the police court hero on the charge of beating a board bill Complaint was made against him by John D Horton proprietor of a restaurant he- reRed Light Red sorrel horse 4 years old 10 hands high extra weight and bone Sired by famous roadster and sire Red Leaf who is too well known tall horsemen to need description lad pedigree ho by C F Clay 218 1st dam by Red Wilkes Red Liphtd 1s dam was Day Maid by CecllUn 230 son of tho great Gatnbetta Wilkes dam Nell Balsora 3rd da- NoonJayiy St Elmo 4th dam Mid night by Pilot Jr 5th dam Twilight Y Lexington 6th dam Darkness by Wagner promising sayimg that with his size style form totat my livery barn in Stanford at 816 to Insure a living colt money due when colt la foaled or mare parted with Be sure to see him before breeding your good mares GG BEAZLEY Stanford Ky Almont Dare 3228 A S H R Sited by Dignity Due 1982 he by Chaff er Due 10 by Black Squirrel 58 he by King William 911st Toiaway 4768 abo byAbdallah2nd dam Davis by Cril Davis by Dout ForagnLighby4 tie C by Cunningham Copperbottom 51h dam by Imported Buzzard NOTE Almont D8Ieto far at we are able 10Iprogeny those of hiaire Dignity Dare Since became a sire he hat had from I to 4 premium colts shown etch year at the different county fin and they are developing into a fine oi walk trot and 5 pied ones This horse u the lesult of a mating with the best dams and sires obtainable and a a natural result isa fine one beautiful bay about 16 hand andmade fat would weigh around 1200 pounds A show horse among champions fully their peen going 6 distinct true and naturally extremely highA high tailed gelding600 and to Trozy Dare that hwon more DignityDuelion This horse owing lo age and location milesfromat 15 to insure a live colt Mares traded or bred eltewhererrendefi season dye Craw in abundance at 2 per month Our at responsibleforintpectiob uwled ES POWELL bcSON HiitlatriBeKy FHE 1VAxrIELn trtiJtl TrJttl MoKlnneyKYAug 16 1PD1 bred at Kait Aurora N 1 81red by Dare Devil 2011 horse show wlnnliiuine won seven chain lonshlps National Horte Hhow first dam Naughty ulrl by Rex Amortcui ySfMV four AmericanbelleInm lIt R son ol Onward IIU record i lire ofOnwnrd dllverral3Sandlraothers in unilit Onwanl wnl Hired by tJeo Wltk ISIS Moo Diiin Huarma tired by Mnmbrlvo King lre ofn Including Ijuty of the Manor 1L thlnl dam Dotlnt by Nutwood record J18 duo sirs of lea In tJQ list fourth ditm Topaz by Btrnthmote 4VK sjn+ of m in tSX list dam Wlllard Albion sixth lIam Ned by Edwin Forest tevuiith lady Turner by Mnmbrlvo CMilot It The Warfleld U an extra elite horse not afraid of nnytbjngn high netornuil ns welt broken as any horse In end out of the stable hash cood coiit nnd entries nice head and he ttepptd a lIlhtiintslduyahandlhtg221 The Wnrllcld truly inntle grand Individuality and bred In Itntes that entitle ldns to tweonru nilreof note terlngthat helia son of the great rne horse and famnus Irosenltor lIare Devil SW the latter eurnod the title of the Monnreh on the turf and attertetlrententtolhoetnd acquired Imiwrlthnble renown as n sire Not only ha o the Dare Devil proved great racehorses but tho family has furnisher ninny noted show ring wInners iii well ns Darn Devil and Mabrlno King lath be lag champion show atalllou of National fame received snore money In the show ring thnn nor two italllons In he world Will make tho nresont uadoii at our fnrml one mile from MoKlnnoy Ky nt IIS In sure a colt nrlgandYoungon tioth ilde HI coin told for ItoIswayfttolniureMKlnrteyKr Insures Tobacco and Tobacco arns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Retldenco Phone Mt Office M Insure with me and be fully protected J Ce McCIary Undertaker Embalmer and Oearer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY OCle Phone 1C7 Home 1lion 85 B D CARTER New Livery Depot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin Kentucky I am ft of Jonet National hoof of AuctloueenOhlcagonnd have lieu ex Uniontthoroughbreds HI high as 11600 Also In hone sales where 8UO inles were made cacti havembefore you arrange for your anlo I can make tales toiour advantage PJION SSH Fruit and Ornamental Trees 1 Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden One plantsFreeNo Agents HF Hillenmcyer Sons LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu merits Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees Office and works Me Kinney Ky TO THE FARMERS 1 wIllGontlnua to handle Fertilizers lathe Jambs and McKinney sections nnd ask mold patrons to rcraemoer me I ciao auk the patronage of many new customers DVHIPPLJ Spring Summer Stock Ilnveyour measure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whether a low price business suit or the flncit evening olotbei will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure 1 will olio take your men for extra rouereJfnnc topcoats and and hammer samples on band ready for your Inspection HiO RUPLEYTbeTallo1J EasI11Vol6AS 35791beby750 2d dam Red Lion 3d dam Harrii Den JimBellnon the byOld Drennon 2nd dam Copper Dot thorodghbredNote King Eagle u five years old dark bay with one white hind foot nice mane and tail He tend full 16 34 hands highweight 1425 wayA of lbI alfinethat the owners refuted 150 for before weaning time He will make the season of 1910 at out hingCreeked parted with or bred elsewhere without my content forfeits the insurance and tllemoncy be Carebilltible should any occur Will she stand a GOOD MULE JACK SAM KEENE tired by S T Ham Veal Billy Keene andout oIa pedigreed e it 14 12 hands high Lackwith white pants He his proved himself to be a good breeder Will stand at 8 lo insure a Hiring colt A ten retained on all colts until the season money it paid C G CALDWELL OX SON R F D 4 WAYNESBURG KY Phone in residence Waynetburg Farmer El I J L Beazley Cotl Undertaken and Embalm en Aleo Dealers in Fur aitufreMatting8Rug8 They will exchange Furniture for ill Kind of Stock jl Give Them a Call Price Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Fish Pennington Insurance and Real Estate All kinds of INSURANCE all kinds of property Only the larg est companies represented Hates 01 low as can be Imd anywhere Stanford Ky Phone 200 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the twit as well ai tbe freshest of cut Oowen plants of alt kind i bulb potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty Of wreath purposeIn above 1 have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prlcnCIIRtanfAN OUKBN 1IOUBKH fD UU AItDlao Htanford K- yCONCRETING conceting and in fact we can make any from r bon Ie down ton fence pot We can serve you promptly nnd guarantee rimclan prlcelbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE 111 farm of HI acre of good Innd well 1m saleItthe t wood tectlon Ifoutu ba Ix room outbutldingsAJ T L1VINOHTON U F D Nol Htanford Ky J J BELDEN For home carriage and sign pointing deco ratlve papor bunging olio buggy trimming of all kinds inch al recovered curtain and boots made 8topoverAldrldBobinck smith shop West Main Ht Phone Noe234- J JBELUEN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to toll privately my stock of Qro eerie and Hardware DoIng a good bull nett Will invoice Reason ill health OEO D HOPPER 8tanfonl y R B MAHONEY Pres J T WHITE Secy W S FISHTreas The Citizens Realty and Title Co Farms houses nnd lots for rent enloor exchange Persons desiring quioLx sales or purchases in of all kinds Callon or write us at STANFORD KY Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty Phone 200 9 EXTRAGOOD i That tells the tale if there is any thing extragood in our stock it is our Hue of childrens and young mens1 suits Your boys will look like these pictures if you you allow us to dress them Blue Serges and Greys of course you know are the real things this time but we have also a few with tints of Brown or green Knickerbocker trousers with every suit Sizes 4 to 17 yeare any prick 350 to 10 t t H J McROBBRTSiSTA- NFORD KENTUCKY 8Er EfEEEg aEHEI 8G L Penny II 1l CuIIcy R R Oolcinnn m IDr Hess Poultry Fanacsa I I l make liens lay euro fBmj1Jthrifty FC nnd condition keep themfHlrincrease in tho m of eggs laid will more than y for the small expense of feeding- It is soldat Pennys Drug itStore- d mPENNY DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky mBB EB17 3BB BE Ft fr1 it When You Have r 1 t1 ==rcJd1Ce Jjin l- A To Sell Call 1 H B Northcott d Stanford Ky Tlrone 153 i THURMAJnr TVDOR Manager r J e oJ R0 a I I I f 04 I I f h iPRII5h 1910Y 4TIEINTEBIOfc JOURNAL STANFORD ICYkI w 4 ttETIIRl l 1 j n 1 ill s I No 6198 No 3019 No 1040 No 7996 No 3932 Above we show you a few styles of muslid underwear just rccceived and placed on sale Let us show you these goods look at the material the workmanship and then the reasonable I prices Finer v goods up to 250 per garment4 I r SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky j Nk ntEs Dobbins and Shuttle for allJiewlng machines at Pennys Drug is v yAL PERSONALS t +WIiLiAM LILLARD of Junction City I spent Sunday at Crab Orchard r4Gso D FLORENCE was In Crab Or c1iii Jon legal business Saturday pk JW ACE went over to Richmond OH business Saturday oftIouCollier at Crab Orchard7 Mae W K SHUOARS and little ton spent several days last week with her father at McKinney MKS OVIB PHILLIPS wife of the pop ular postmaster at Liberty la the guest ofherslitor Mr Ed WilkinsonC CIt J4H3 S CAMniELt and her little daughter are visiting friends In Lon don JUDGE JOIN N MENRFEB Jt U making preparations to attend the an 4nuai conclave of tho Shriner at New Orleans this month X aYnJONES of Yosemite and J K o Coteyof Middlcbur were in town accompaniedqpretty Missel Myrtle and Sabra 1 MIT AND MRS L It HUCHES of of Stantord were with Mrs Hughes tathorF L Thompson sad family SuudyMt Vernon Signal Mws JULIA McGooowin was chosen to lK Queen of the May Carnival by the atuSlenU of Central University at Dan villas Sho is tho attractive doughrcr of Mr and Mrs Hubert McGoodwln L MR GBORGR D WRAItEN got in Fri day for a fop days stay at home MR AND MRS J H UAUQIIUAN have returned from a fortnights stay at Martinsvllle Indiana Mull IaE CARPENTER of Williams port Pa and Mrs G P Maury of Maple Grove Ohio are guests of their parents Mr and Mrs J N Menefee Mr and Mrs Maury have recently re moved from Joplin Mo to the Buck eye State to make their home Miss MARY HIGGINS of Somerset was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs W IL Higgins here Sunday TUB Ladles Aid Society of the Chris tian church will meet with Mrs C E Tate Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclock Tho C W U M will meet In the lea ture room of the church at 230 oclock Wednesday afternoon Dcv ROUT and Alfred Keller of Louisville spent Sunday with the home folks Mr Rout has a splendid post tion with the Sewer Commission whla Mr Reiser is bookkeeper for the Utica Iron Company STANFORD sent a large delegation of Christian Endeavors to Crab Orchard to take part in the Eighth District C E Convention Saturday and Sunday TM following attended headed by the Rev D M Walker of the Christian church Misses Josephine Carpenter Mary Shepard Cook Kate Anderson Gertrude Wilkinson lieu Hubble Lyle Cooper Elizabeth Baughman Allle Yan tin Lizzie Holtzclaw Bess Hill Pau line Rocker Bessie Yantii Anna War ren Bernie Lear Emma Hays Mr Maggie Bibb and others u 7 You Are Always Angry 0When your shoes do not fit t I Will AlwaysJ You 1Smile I r a i if you will let us fit you with a rrpairof Oxfords in Queen Quality Boston F y II Red Crow rileIFOR THE LADIES OR I ik i 1llanan Eclipse Butler pur Special II FOR MEN New Stock j New Colors New LashF- act v everything in Low IN Cuts t50 to 550- umn ins Wreo STANFORD KY r r MRS C M YOUNG the projtrcl8lveI milliner of Highland was MondayIMR K L TANNER of McKinney was the guest of his son Barney Tan ner went to Middlesbo IeIcatodaughtprjatMrs Dr Steele Bailey at the St Asaph OWEN SlIUCAns and sister Miss Mag i IIIherethe winter TilE young people had delightful in- formalI dance ot the opera house Satur day ntght at the conclusion of sometime spent in skating Preparations are under way for n more pretentious bop at some time in the ntr future N TAYLOR of Augutta Kansar 1A guest of his slater unmlIIrI on Green River near county Mr Hell met him here and drove him through Mr Taylor is a Kentuckian by birth and has done well in the Sunflower State TUB Literary Society of the Sixth pIIt8I interesting program Willie C White is president of this grades society and I Ella Eichenbcrger is secretary There was a large attendance eclipsing that of any other grades entertainment ex ccpt the Seventh grade which Is still in the lead MR SAMUEL DAVIES of Louisville is the guest of his sister Mrs JeanI Warren Mrs G W Goodrich returned to her homo in Stanford after n visit to Mrs Alfred Coulter Me II E Gann of Lincoln county has accept cd a position with Mahan Adams W S Denham of Stanford was in the city yesterday L R Hughes of Stan ford was hero on business Mrs Allie 11111 and children were with relatives In Stanford last week Judge J Doyle Stone of Liberty after spending a few days with Mr and Mrs George Crow on East Main street left yesterday for Baker City Oregon on legal business Danville Advocate LOCALS LAWN mowers at W H Higgins WORKMEN can find the best overalls shirts etc at the Country Store r TRY an Old Hickory wagon Pence Bros 17 rOUNDS of standard granulate- dsUjtnrl at the Country Store x UNCLE HILLY WARUEN is anx tOUS to get carpets to weave Ho Is now 86 years of age but can make the best of carpets r FKRSIICAUGHT Ohio river big fish the Country Store today FOR SALE Few nice Buff Orping ton cockerels Also eggs for hatching Mrs W J Holtzclaw Stanford R F D No1 FtsulNa tackle and base ball goods at the Country Store TUB freshest wrinkles in neckwearat- Cummina Wearens I I nAve a nice pen of thoroughbred- Black Minorca chickens for sale Also i settings of eggs Mrs W H Wearen EVERYBODY vlted and see the quality and style and got prices on- my hats Just across from Phillips store Miss Mary Phillips J J BUOGIES of quality such as Colum- busI Mager and Brockway at Pence- Bros I There will bo preaching at tho Halls Gap Baptist church next Sunday at P M and 730 P M Rev John T lids kips will preach in the afternoon QUEEN QUALITY Oxfoitfa hold their shape and style Let us fit you- Cummins Wearen W T AZBILL pi Winchester was here last week and sold a carload brick to J A Allen the contractor I JAMES JOHNSON awe11 kown color ed farmer of the Hanging Fork section died bit WMkMd MlHirMI Friday f Barn Lumber For Sale j J 120000 feet of Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Barn Patterns which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn Hay or good Horses and Mules Prices on this reasonable for I want to self Write me at once Respectfully C J SIPPLE London Ky Millinery Opening at Highland I Everyone Is invited to attend my MliI Opening Thursday Friday and this week The nicest line Spring that I have ever carried Mrs C M Young Highland BEST 1 watch in the world at the- Country Store DRESS MAKING and sewing of all kinds done by Miss Mary Zoller at J F Cummins residence Satisfaction uaranteed lOUR great low price sale is still on still selling everything below cost Better come quick S Goldstein I i an I HAVE mile a change in my buggy and implement business and allwho owe an account that is past due will call and settle at once Also notes that are due and past due must be paid at once E T Pence Lames dont fail to see those suede I Oxfords in gray and blacks Prices S3 to 360 at Cummins WeareneI FOR SALE Two carloads of Indiana arid Illinois draft mares and one car of Western mares all young and in foal J H Baughman Stanford Ky Phpne 46 S C B UEOHORN eegs for sale- Best laying strain Write or phone Mrs I R L Berry Hustonville Ky 710 Tim Stanford Fourth Grade team de feateJthe College team by the score 23 to 12 BatteriesEd Brady and W Connett for College Claiborne Walton and Hugh Reid Foster for Fourth T Rock e gB 1 for NunnelleyTurneraville PROF J W IRELAND Wallace Singleton Joe 11111 Mike Penny Wm Mc Carty Jedoe Bailey Joe Embry and others saw the first ball game of the season between Central and Transvlva nia at Danville Saturday and Central won 9 to 1 A A FIVE rOUND box of candy will be given away to the holder of the lucky number at the Theatorium Saturday night Every ticket sold this week bears a number i FELAND HGGHES son of Mr and Mrs Mack Hughes and Miss Marjorie Lester daughter of Mr and Mrs Samuel E Lester of Danville eloped to Jelli co Tenn The bride is IB years of atIage I Miss Mown MELTON aged 34 died after a long illness of epilepsy and was buried in the family burying ground near Rowland Saturday She is survived by two brothers Reuben and Joe Melton The L 0 T M of Waynesburg Hive will give an entertainment at their hall at that place Friday night April 8th Everybody is cordially invited Here is your Chance to Get a Good Money Making Busi ness at a Bargain The lttieddr7Rood I Indlea furnishings and shoe bualneea In 1 Stanford desires to leave the city for personal reasons lIe will sell ontatabargain If taken nl once Stock will Invoice about tuno to I Txniok JOURNAL oilice I tor Information 3 MASONS MEET Lincoln NoW Fot A M will meet IJllted communication un ruck Bret nd- tblrd In 1I10nduy nlllbtli montbat 130- o look In bull on main street stan frnl7iambersofelstcrlodge areford Ky tornully Invited to be W Ion- nlntonHec I W A TJRIBBLEof Furniture and Umlertnkiug pay Phone 28 Night Phone 1 3- stnrortiiaatwcllty 1 L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin Corsets 1i a 4 I I j car a I t I r r corn I tat J L ELKIN Pror Large nlr outside rooms Commercial travelers a specialty or month The U a former cola Bounty mau and bli friend should remember him when topping in tali town ti 4 We 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 beautiful t corset made of imported Contils handsomely trimmed I with wide lace extra heavy elastic hose supporters at tnched both front and sides bound throughout with alu miniged rubber coated non rustable steels wrapped in linen prices from Si to 5 HUGHES MARTIN CO 1 Dry Goods Notions Shoes FIeldand STANFORD KENTUCKYFe1 II fWeIWe i of American Fence the strong et and best weE PERKINStICRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY r Have the Superior 2horse planter with bothedge and fiat dropping plates also the Superior horse f planters and fertilizers These planters have been tested and give satisfaction ai WeH HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky CLEMENS HOTEL DANVILLE KENTUCKY Speoletratea1L7week L3N TIMETHBLENo- SlSonthlht P M k No 3Houtb10W A M No4 orth440A X p- NorNortbtlw P M No 21OW A Vofa lav xtJOS S RICE Agent f t1 c w r1YK i J MN jl VYFY11 tGBFODB ITHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KYr APRIL Stb 1dt1 d SAVE YOUR FOWLS Pai1Hy Can Is Teeegalaed as the ettutddrd poultry IftMdrofWOfld 11111 lie reme4r taabade adeu- wilk abllolute W cure aa4lrefe Gapes Ckelera Ronp afwlerneckBIdr JrHa U4 aUe form of rJl1aadA he drlakllt WMet to14 jrea from dwteeaee A tea bottle Bikes ISfaUoa of medtoina For UM treatment oxBlsekhe4andother dleeMM interkeya 11 IBourbon PoultryCirel offs W WR lt iiH iI rrtllKrtir I andIbyI IPuhX71ILu1t Bourbon Remedy Co At Al Leading Druggists COO prBottl Trial Vial Fr jI P Sold By SHUGARS and TANNER I1 1RURAL TELEPHONES your home as modern for your family as a city in a position to get the latest market quotations at time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service w1tich you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with 4be benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to Itesdquartcra Nashyille Tenn fpr information regarding our special Far peers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we eaa immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Ittiseisaippi Louisiana and the Southern portion of InaiauB and UK now EAST TENNESSEE TEL CO IIMCOUFOUATKD NATIONAL STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICER JS Hoeker President- S 1Y Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr- wwSaundersBookkeeper hcorpontcdI FIRST BANK Murphy OK Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4300000 Resources 34000000 S SHANKS PRESIDENT W BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT Wl ROCHESTER ASST CASH HCCARPENTERBDOKKEEPERHAYS DlREOTORSi Y 0 Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterStanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ran 1 kin Lancaster J Paxton Stanford W H TraylorIGilberts Creek R L Hubble H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gilberts CreekIBEAU NABOTH 45X0- 0S red by Naboth 10116 Record 2l9V Beau anbothg first Dam Norn Itaughman by jfswal 6384 record SHJi by Electioneer 1H wad dam Lela Jr sired Metropolitan 3B by Hamlltonlon 10 third dam Jose 1JoIItkle sired by Monnrlne Htarlleht Sear by 111 fourth dam Mary Withers by miTer thoroughbred llfth Vain sired by Waftaer sixth dam sired by Imp Tronby wrrntn dam sired by Tharntons tattler Beau Naboth Is a largo horse standing 14 ilaBds and weighing condition tIW pounds Wen ho becomes acquainted with the oMry of his limited education you begin to manse that bo Is truly a remarkable harness atuUlon that he mast be n great horse is pro red the wonderful progress that be has male With very little handling be has SfooTen J to be the He bee Iwoharnessestallion a rwthatKentuckyhaproducedReadof am and you will see that there are no setter bred stallion In Kentucky than he II Ste gets frat oiass combined horses give Dm a saddle mare he wilt get you a saddle will get eembinedwithtmorerecordfamlt Nuboth lite M any horto In Kentucky George Wllk Etctloueer Hamlltonlon and toW crossest korougi bred to give him stamina mno and ECO this horse he lives without a tsBit be U perfect from end to end his aie orops of colts cannot the by any horse Will stand at Nunnelley HtYards JobnOoolc caretaker phone acthe beat personal care taken he JW to Insure allying colt J PETTUH Tioae OOS Rings Stanford Ky NOTICE I ThiMU having claims against the estate of 2to Belle Rice deceased will present them 9 Hnrly proven to me once Those ow- 2a11tbe estate are notified to settle with me awmtdlutoly GEO B PRWTT e Administrator Mrs Belle llloe Administratrix Sale 1- MMbninlatratrlx of the estate of Jesse N 18a U1SATtlltIlAY tlprlngtlItMte with store fixtures and took conlhtlnK TatW otlboelOJ hats ClO yards tsg dozen pair overalls and many other tbtees too numerous to mention Also saw yrxxi one comparatively new alsoV iHiV v fret of lumber of all kind 0 yenrllnlli1Olrellolwtod SS ntnnds of toe lot of furmln lmplc auwaHUo 6 share in Urnb Orchard lankMM Co nonl owln the clint of TtwrNHIngfctondcceated inUit fettle I- naatys or iiccoiinti will Ito put In bands of u hipssuitTKfilTHAJfChandler AuotINOTICE I SiosB having claims against the esp abiMiif Geo B Saufley deceased are aeJiffed to present same to the under tiN properly proven far payment- g3eU owing will please make set- S easeat with me at on9 George L Salty administrator C r RECTORS F Reid J H Baaghraan M D Elmore J lot Peltus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson E G Walton J S Hocker W H H M J B Lancaster Gooch nt Auctioneer I I offer my services to the of Lln count as an auctioneer Hatlsfantlon guaranteed H WMoWIIOUTEK Moreland KyKF DNol Residence Turnersvllle When Hungry GOTO Carsons Restaurant Lancaster Street Stanford X Meals served at all hours up to 1130 PM Best place lu wn for a good quickI meal Cooking to suit our customers our specialty Splendid new line of fancy Groceries Riot Coffee Sandwiches plea Buttermilk gad street milk etc st all times N T A CARSON Prop- EXCURSWN 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURN I SUNDAY April I Oth 10 SPECIAL TRAIN Lv tactta City 556 A M ASK TICKET AGENT FOR rAKTICUURS I rat fAJtJOItSDZPDTIOWTo SHEEP Duo at Peace Bros Eight good two year old mules for stile JEBruce tf FIVE good tteeend hand buggies fot- Ie BD Carter Stanford FOR SALE30 choke mules all ag from colts to 5 year olde Several matched teams Phone 461 Jas H Baughman Stanford Ky FOR RENT House garden and 10 acres to cultivate ground broken W W White property on Hanging Fork W F Shomaker 2t J D Whitehouao bought of Wm Cocanaugher of Washington county 31 600 pound cattle at 5Jc He also bought of Sam McDowell 35 800pound cattle for April 15 delivery at 5IcAd vocate FOR SALEPure Boone county white seed corn 125 per bushel See sample at Lincoln County National and First National 4 Banks Also 15 bushels of cultivated hemp seed S J Embry r Jr and John C Poppies Stanford LAND ROLLERS dIac harrows and drag harrows Hoosier corn planters and all kinds of harvester machinery at Pence BrosSThe livery stable belonging to Weis iger Brothers on Fourth street near Main in Danville and adjoining the new government building was destroyed by fire The lose is partly covered by in surance BUY harness of a regular dealer where YOU can get quality J C Mc Clarye100 BALES of timothy and some closer for sale Mrs F B Barnett Huston ville Ky A Hereford male two years old sold for 525 at the Fat Stock Show at Ft Worth last week It pays to breed thoroughbred beef cattle Five hundred stemrncra employes of the American Tobaccos plant in Lou isville went out on a strike I will stand my two good stallions George Hur and Jesse Alverson and two fine jacks this season See pedl grees in Fridays paper M S Baugh manA Nicholas county tobacco grower has sold notplanted notcut not cured and not stripped Burley crop for 1910 at 1250 per cwt I will sell court day at 1130 oclock four good brood mares work well J P Chandler It J U Baughman sold to R L Berry of Hustonville a pair of twoyearold unbroken horse mules for 310 He sold to a Mr Fowler of Sbelbyvillc a par of fouryearold draft mares for 500 The Markets Cincinnati April 4 Cattle Receipts 239 market steady fair t4 Rood ship pra 675 to 8 common 335 to 540I liegeReceipts680 market quiet butchers and shippers 1095 to 11 com mon 7 to 1010 Sheep Receipts 25 market steady 375 to 665 Lambs market steady and quiet 6 to 916tI Mules Sell Well Belle Poynter of Somerset sold a pair of work mules for 300 Harvey E Stevens of the same place sold a pair for 259 J H Lisley of Lancaster sold Chas Deane Somerset a pair of mules for 125 Court day at Georgetown good mules sold at 220 a head One pair sold for 150 and an other for 520 Marsh Eads of Monti cello sold to James Ragan of the same place a pair of 2yearold mare mules for 350 WW Owen of LongI street Adair county sold a pair of mules at Liberty on court day for 231 A Baneful Habit The report of the Northern Kentucky Teachers Association on the results of cigarette loklngamong tho younger boys which is the result of one years observation by the members shows thatI of the 688 pupils using tobacco 151 had lost one year in school and 606 are from two to seven years back in their stud- Ies In some schools 50 per have been in one grade two years or more The report points out many physical wrecks as the result of the habit and requests parents to demand that no more cigarettes bd sold their sons Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankin has received crop reports from every county in the State The hard freezes of the past wlntAr and contin uous drouth during March affected the wheat an other cereals seriously The prospects are for tho largest acreage of tobacco ever planted In Kentucky The farmers work hue been advanced as compared with previous years on aCt count of thq extremely mild weather that prevailed during MarchIPEHCHKKOM Sidi62761Imported from Franco 1107 foaled loO NunneloyStock coltNotrpastured at 250 month Phone 134 WOWALKER Stanford Ky k oJ rood One On UDleDlnku There ia no harder working cotlily fflcial anywhere than Uncle tk Farmer the county Jailer When he hasa angoatbe reek pile he tonot content taint Idljbyand watch them make little stones out sf large ones but wfelds a heavy hammer himself on the big ones and can do as much work as almost any two or dinary men While out witha rock gang the other day he was pegging away with mighty strokes when a con pie passed in a buggy and stopped a minute to watch the work One of them exclaimed My what a bad egg that old man must be See they have him doing the hardest work I Uncle Dink overheard the conversation and thought the joke on himself too good to keep Falls to Death In ClneyA Ike Logan a Lincoln county Negro who has been working in Cincinnati for several years fell down a flight of steps at his boarding house and was instant ly killed last week The body was brought here for burial Henry Logan a brother who Is doing well in Indian apolis came back to attend the funeral If you own a Hyomel Inhaler G L Penny Stanford will sell you a bottle of Hyomel liquid for only 50 cents Guaranteed to cure catarrh and all throat troubles or money back Complete outfit 1 On the eve of starting for his training camp near Los Angeles James J Jeffries was attacked by a bull on his ranchand forced to take refuge in a tree Bob Armstrong his training partner was injured slightly while try ing lo drive off the infuriated and mil Mr and Mrs Maurice Hans ford Mr 1 Sloan EwtUnd and Miss Mary Helen Vansrsdall vs reifl an exciting run way at Harreburg Ail were thrown from tho vehicle Miss Vanarsdall was very painfully bruised The others Heaped with light injuries Amusement and Enter tainmen Every Evening Tblntat nod be run of moving pictures at the Theatorlutn tlenir the grown lolks dlllZhh tho children AQew pctuo every night Only and inc KMiLOKricHliuiiii PROP Stanford Ky Public Sale I will soil on Friday April 8th J9JO at the W W White farm on followingI1 broodmare in foal by Almont Dan 1 Jer soy cow I horse wagon 2 i air new wagon harness double floated surrey and harness new rubber tire buggy and harness spring wagon Oliver chilled plows one double shovel one I goodfarminghay chickens a lot of household Kitchen furniture in first class condi lion and mny other things too numer ous to mention Sale begins 10 a m harp MRS MOrLu E LAB JP Chandler AuoU DON VARRICK This miigninceutly bred ouni statlUn will make the season of lulu at nit stable near Stanford Kyvou the Hlielby ulty pike 115 to Insure a living colt lx n Varrlck Isle a beautiful chestnut short back heavy bone in fact the highest typo of the trotter and perfect dlepodtlon He It by the treat Onward Hllver lttfU that won the 5cm Transylvania In a seven heat race In JW1 and e same year won the J10J1O llonuer MemerlaluiultheMandM all In broken hloatnthold for lrnJRn later for ps 11 Don Varrlck Is bred exactly like HpanJ lab Queen that won the IIiOIli Trnnsylranla Iin 1 vn making a record of sat and was class edpsone01 the bin four b tnc one of the cultstmloney winners on the grand cir Onward Hllver Is by Onward one of the inul blat sons ot George Wilkes Onwards dam was the dam of Director the airs of that great family of trotters and pacers Don Varrlclis lit dam was by Wilkes Roy by George Wilkes n full slater to The WnySJtlBMnnd halt sinter to Made lone Patchen the dam of Rubber 210 Wlnchetter tVt Illlly Wilton H8 and Miss R 13 Ynd dam Mary by BogirsOrey Flaglethe dom of The Way and Maillene 1atltlen Don Varrlcksdam produced Dr Conner that paced u public on the Lexington tuck at 10 months In Itn and sold to N W ilubinger of Now Haven for- llxrlshe also produced Minjglo Igo hint- mnntliaoldInnldlIndlnoitttartrack lit is lion Vnrlck Is fait game and Allln on tbo trot rurely ever lenrea his feet Iiifl qunrrtertlnlralfmllehiD and tho mile la2n7Son the outside of track IltBue note the rich Inlivrltnnco of- epectl on built sides not a nlasiug link for eenoratloni lined to this fellow and you mUs four tlilnx every breeder lookSeemoney due when mtrvsiiru part l with or bred to another horfte Mares kept nt Joe nnd all taro taken hUt nylll not bo esponilbleforaecldent or esenog Ilan- Vnrrlck Is n ZU if he uiid the projHjr- ImndllDK AUo at saint placu will 4tUIII Two MitiHty JacKs Two OMKTONnnrt 4I h- Outten lea 1II Jackwlth light points I years out IIiIL Hojitcinwr li1 hands high with n nmtcblos head ear well sot uii a mugy neck has Ixinannd subitanrv nnd ni n brewlor lie It not surpassexi RUSSELIs a black lack with IlKht points 4yenrold inst August full IMi hands high with us much llnlsh and notion as n horse and us n breeder he Is the equal of any jack Both of alivingcolt ITrading1 tUomaitt JIO forfeits to Insure tile Insurance Care will to accidents but will not bonapousibiushould- any occur JcnlioU will be cured for after June let and bred by private contract JfPWOODH J II WOOS w r getNewSAM ROBINSONS Stanford Ky Shoes ClothingQuality LeL SANDERS Crab Orchard Kentucky 1 Ifyou have to sell the STOCKtINE Take to Nunn lleys New Stock Yards 1I every day year except Sunday your stock Bent market the State with eetlanti water hest covered pen ouHidi Lntuvillo or Imiiigtan STANFORD KY Wo also do n generil hitch businew i MCARTYPres C WALTON PIrs Ln HUGHKSS AT Stanford Real Estate Co Stanford KentunHx I FsrnisandTown Proje j Handled on Commi ion Stock j andBonds SuM If you Have Proi erty to Sell orRent Notify Us Write for Circular to L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky Tinijing Plumbing Heating w Dont let 1010 paw without having hot anti col1 water through your house with u beautiiui iviiite Porcelain Bath Outfit Have W K WARNER ttfiusfnll tltCIh try wiiter f work with lyrenaenableWe oho curry tnok FIIC E ArD CISTERN1 PUMPS JjCoofiugi anti Roofing Pniots SV I Cull ntid Hu TelepJiCne X88 I I W K WARNER Stanford Ky an n JM UoO Polled Angus Bull II will stand my t troroualibrod Polled An JIM bull at my plaoj on Homoriot Ike- a flW Money when known to bo with calf orpprte from 1Wj LOVRLL BI f9iMky t p IJ anything in s In hit iufplenty of + of andlfeed W E ty iu due cow 4 Boone County White Seed CorniField olectedbuttedStlpudhyliot and graded for edge drop or any planter 1111 bUt Will dolHtr nt HUnforl Kyned Sours day WALTON F MOHS LaseasWrKy I I U rt