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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): n. Friday, April 8, 1910. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton, Stanford, KY 1910 int1910040801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): n. Friday, April 8, 1910. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905). E.C. Walton, Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ifI t J 1 Ii 4 a Ja 4tY x f kV1 I T iLtV e ff tr r ftl jI t J t4j4 1 7W A w- y t t t frfq 1w 1 LJJ 11 1 ttt J I 1 1 s Q II r itj O THBa INTER10OUNart1L4 Jr I f 1 I exxxn i2Jj TREES TOBEJftANIED BY SCHOOL CHILDREN Arbor Day to Be Appropriately Celebrated In Stanford Friday Afternoon Arbor Day will be celebrated ot the Stanford City School today Fr Way with appropriate ceremonies at tho school this afternoon Every grade in the school will plant atree which in future years will afford a idelightful shade to the walk from J 1the gate to the building A l is expected to be present of friends and patrons A feature of the wjll be the oft the new school sog Kentucky Schools written by retiring State Superintendent of Schools J G Crabbe by the High School Previous to the tree plantings by each grade of the school the Literary Society of the Fifth Grade Miss Frances Adams teacher will hold its open session for which a very intereMi program has been ar ranged This will begin at 130 o clock after which thin grades will adjourn to the grounds for the tree planting awl after thesebe played the base halt game The program for the Literary Socie tys entertainment is as follows Roll Call- Reading of Minutes President sWelcome Address Jesse Hocker ClierusDob White Class t Origin of Arbor DayAda Mobley Piano Duet Nellie W Hill and Ella iviKin WoodpeckerJoeWarner Vocal QuartetteWhen Robin SinSarah Hundley Grace Hurst Hartwell Shanks Wrnj Powe- DEss1YUies of the Trees Jeoi Paxton Recitation The Little Drown Wren Charley Pondlcton Piano Vjill age Merrymaking C1lnt Coleman RecltaUo Quecr NeighborsMMarj Jarvis- DlnlogueCite Tree Agent Clin ton Coleman Sam Hill John Cas- hRecltationDay Dreams Martha RancySprings W Hill Lcltte WMcKinney Ethel Pow I ell Martha Rancy Joe T Em t bry Thomas Connett Planting of the Tree and Flow ers nt general exercises which will 7 be held immediatly after this program is rendered f t Women Organize Improvement ubatMeeting This Week And Elect Officers y Formal organization of tho Improve stint Club by a number of leading women of Stanford was effected early in the week at a meeting held at Uio Christian church Officers were elect ed and plans decided upon for work The officers chosen are President Mrs J J Dicker vicepresident Mrs L U Cook secretary Mrs P M McRob crts treasurer Mrs W II WeAren Tho officers held a meeting on Thurs afternoon at wfilch a drnf for a 1day and bylaws was discussed Killed by Bull p4Former Lincoln CountyManrlectsI Horrible Garrett Wood a prominent farmer residing near Marksbury in Garrard county and formerly a resident of Lin coin was attacked by a wild Jersey bull aad hooked to death early in the weekMr Weed went into the pasture to look after some cattle and failing to return after some hours a son went to find him The young man discovered the bull pawing the earth and bearing flesh and blood upon his horns The body of Mr Wood was seen lying on the ground some distance away A gun was secured and the animal killed and the body of the dead man carried to his home Col Tribble To Rebuild I Col Alexander Tribble whose hoTel at Junction City was burned u few I weeks ago IB having plans made fora small building which will be erected on the site of the old building The new douse will contain about 12 rooms and uptodate with nhort order ree taurant In connection One of the I rooms will be devoted to pool and bil liardr f hI TRAIN CRASHES INTO LOADED COAL CARS Fearful Wreck on L N In Whitley County Witnessed By Local Man L N passenger traln No 24 due here at 40uclock Thursdey rnormng was badly wrecked at Satton about three miles this sUe of Jelco Whitley county about 1 pcl kJn the morning when it crashed lilt a number of lead ed coal care standing on the main track The passenger train was running at the rate of 40 miles an hour and BO fierce wet the impact when It struck the coal cart the engine was smashed to smith ercens and hurled down an embank ment Engineer Will Dalton was In stantly killed and a small child ls dead but by almost a miracle It seemed no one else on the train was seriously in jured EC Walton of this city was on the train in a sleeper when he was awakened by the fearful crash but luckily he escaped unscathed beyond a severe shaking up Many on tho train were bruised more or lees but none was seriously hurt Tho train did not pass hero until U oclock Thursday Morning First Ball Game Will Be PJayed H ere Friday After noon Against the Dummies The first ball game ef the season on the Stanford grounds will be played this Friday afternoon the Stanford High School team meeting the nine from the Deaf and Dumb Institute at Danville Tho Dummies always put up a good game of ball and the fans are looking for some fine sport Coach Long has not had the local men under charge long enough to teach them signals and the inside play which he hopes to In till but he says he finds a rattling good bunch of young ballplayers on tho team and believes that they will acquit themselves well tboi ho would havo preferred not to have played quite BO soon The batteries for Stanford In the game will be Singleton and Embry pitchers and Penny catch er The game will bo called at 3 o clock at the school grounds Typhoid Raging in Canard Elton Lawson the 12yearold son of former Sheriff W L Lawson Is seriously ill of typhoid fever Tho only daughter of Mr Lawson died last fall of the disease a grown son Robinson Lawson died the fall previous and two yean preceding the oldest son Arch Lawson contracted fever at his home in Garrard and died in Arkansas Out of a family of six children three have already succumbed to the malady and now the fourth lies very ill of the same disease Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets assist nature in driving all ire purities out of the system Insuring a free and regular condition and restoring the organs of tho body to health and strength Sold by G L Penn- yBarnettMcCuffey Aaron Barnett a section man in the employ of tho Louisville Nashville Railroad Company and Miss Luada Mc GulFey wero married at tho home of tho brides brother Walter McGuffoy Wednesday Rev J J Dickey officiat ing Mlonn makes your stomach feel fine stops belching heartburn and slldls comfort In a few minutes Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store- Hustonville Honor Roll The roll of honor for the Hustonvllle Graded School for March is as follows Anna Floyd Paul Willis Mallnda Nave Lena Russell Marian Lippa GI C Lyon Roberta Blain Nellie Allen Marie Floyd Laura Sandidge Earl Wright Susan Blain Robbie Tucker Virginia Grubtw Mabel Russell Harvey McKInney Boyle Census Enumerators The followingcensus enumerators have been appointed for Doyle county and will begin the pursuance of the r duties the 15th lost Lee Myers GH Hocker Miss Georgia Anderson Wm Foster George Preston Archibald Thomas George Dayls Phelps Cobb John B Alatott Marshal McCullum George D liatterton Calvin Fackler Prompt relief in all cases of throat andIung trouble If you use Chamber lains Cough Remedy Pleasant to take soothing and healing in effect Sold by G L Penny h 6- AT INTERESTING FIGURES ON LINCOLN COUNTY Shown By Assessors Bookln crease In Valuation of Four Hundred NearlyI Although the reports of the eight banks in Lincoln county show an aggregate of deposits of almost a million taxIpayerifall considerably under that sum and go to show In a large measure why the tax levy of thecounty is as high as It is Were the total amounts on deposit given in for taxation as required by the law the burden of taxation would fall considerably lighter According to the assessors books al equalized by the county board of supervisors the total amount of cash on hand in Lincoln coun ty ia but 6318 with a total of only 2G698 deposited in bank The board of supervisors who have just completed their work and turned over their books to County Clerk Cooper made a total raise on valuation of property In this county of about 400 000 In fast it is such a substantial raise that it Is not believed that the State Board of Equalization will have the slightest excuse for sticking a fur ther increase on when It considers it finally The total valuation of all prop erty for taxation In this county for this year is fixed at 6666653 as against 5280782 last year Some of the Items on the assessors book as equalized by the supervisors are interesting to those who take an Interest in Lincoln county wealthThe books show a total of 198695 acres of land with assessed valuation of 1148210 828 town lots pf a valuation of 712685 Ten thoroughbred horses valued at 1475Two saddle stallions or geldings vat ued at 25- 0Fiftyfive thoroughbred mares or colts valued at S2925- Fortynine common stallions valued at 7075 1622 mares and colts of common stock valued at 203505 1827 mules valued at 133570 105 jack valued at 14260 148 jennets valued at 4675 Fourteen registered bulls valued at 185Seventyfour registered cows valued at 2282 7437 common bulls and cows valued at 155600 10429 sheep valued at 36301 6602 hogs valued at 29529 Agricultural implements valued at 28343Wagons carriages automobiles and other vehicles valued at 49537 House and kitchen furniture valued at 116958 Manufacturing Implements valued at 16921IPianos valued at 18577 Raw material for manufacturing valued at 33562- Manufactured articles valued at 8803 Libraries valued at 3337 Eightytwo diamonds valued at 5 623 Watches and clocks valued at 17670 Jewolry valued at 110 Gild and silver plate valued at 5 570 Steam engines nnd boilers valued at 18270 One hundred and seventysix stores value of stock etc 176618 Amount of notes secured by mortgages 105289 Other notes not so secured 22691 Accounts 11555 Logan Creek Sunday School The Union Sunday School at Logan Creek will meet at 3 P M Sunday for the election of officers and teachers At the close of the session Rev JJ Dick ey will administer baptism to several candidates and complete the organiza Lion of the Methodist church at that place Diarrhoea should be cured without loss of time and by medicine which like Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarr hoera Remedy not only cures promptly but produces no unpleasant after ef fects j It never falls and is pleasant and safe to take Sold by G L Penny Q C Excursions The first excursion of the season the Queen Crescent Route to viaI oath will bs operated Sunday April 1910 Special trail For full lars call on tike agent W C tUne areon GP A JNO M SHANKS Dick Hampton and fred cOolie left Wednesday for a fish rig trip on Green river They will bo gone several days IMPROVEMENTS RURAL MAIL SERVICE Will be Pushed by Postmaster Florence Better Roads And Better Boxes Wanted Under advices from the Postoffico Department Postmaster Jas C Flor ence is preparing to Inaugurate a cam for improvement In roadway conditions in Lincoln coujty and Improve mallervlceespexlalIy country citizens lie has been Instructed by the department to inform him self of the exact condition of the various pikes and of the bridges The offi clalorder on the subject says If you find that they require Im provement you should present the mat men In the strongest and most positive way to the patrons and road officials informing them that improvement must be made aa soon as practicable If after a reasonable time has elapsed the improvements have not been made or started you will report the fact to this office in order that action may be taken looking to discontinuance of the serviceNot single resident of the county or official wants to see the rural mail service cut off any particular road on account of the bad condition of the highway so that prompt action toward Improvement will undoubtedly be soon takenThe postmaster Is also requested to urge all patrons of the rural mail service to paint their boxes white in color which will result in serving to protect the box and post from damage by the weather and likewise give a uniformi ty of color giving them a neater and sightlier appearance than they now possess The department also requests that patrons imprint their names and box numbers on the boxes In black block letters about two inches high The department is anxious to have the county road officials paint upon the boxes at crossroads the names of the towns or villages to which each road leads with indicator showing the di rection This will prove of great ben efit to strangers traveling over the country roads and give an air of prog rcssiveness to the county A uniform kind of post is also proposed which will add greatly to the appearance of the service j OwesleyShanks i OWSLEY SHANKS Very handsomely engraved invitations have been received here reading as follows Mr mid Mri Kphrnlm PonnlnRtonQwilejr request the pleasure of your company at the tnnrrlagq of their daugbter MaUl Ifaya and MrThomnn Hn nil ley Shanks on the evening of Thursday tboTwentyflrit of April at Klqht oclock At Home- Columbus On This announcement will be of great interest hero nnd in central Kentucky where both of tho contracting parties are so popular Mr Shanks is one of the ablest young attorneys at the Stan ford bar while Miss Owsley is really a Lincoln county girl transplanted to the Sunny South where she has been very popular and beloved in society- A number of the Kentucky relatives of both the prospective bride and groom will go to Columbus to attend the nup tints which will be a most important event in the southern cit- yBranching Out H B Northcott Opens A Produce Agency at Richmond H B Northcott the popular produced le of Lancaster and Stanford has increased his business to such tin ex tent that he has found It necessary to open a branch house at Richmond Ho has put In an agent at that place and will have a wagon run out of the city to accommodate the rural districts Mr Northcott jia one of the most progres B V produce men Inthe business and has built up a splendid trade by square dealing and right prices MUCH Interest is being manifested by the farmers in the organization of U6 Corn Growers Association here on Friday April 15th by the Stats department 6f agriculture Three bushels of seed corn will be given away to farm ers and in the fall cash prizes will be offered to the farmer growing the best eats TUB pupils of the 1Flfth Grade cor dially invite theirpafentiaM friends to an session of th trlIlterry Soy I ciety in celebration of Bird and Arbor lay this Friday afternoon 1 at 130 0 clockw I4 s MONDAY IS ANNUAL HORSE SHOW DAY Blooded Equines Will be On Par ade And Great Crowd Expected In Stanford One of the largest crowds of the sea son Is expected to be In Stanford Mon day which is court day and horso show day as well Since the memory of man runneth notto the contrary Aprilcourt day has been horse show day when blooded stallions are brought to town by proud owners to be exhibited to the gaze of the admiring thousands who come to town By mutual consent lower Main street is made the promenade for the display of the silk coated equines which with arched neck and haughty step exhibit their graces Probably no county in the state out side of Lexington or Louisville con tains as many blooded breeders as Lin coin and the discriminating horsemen from these centers of horseflesh come to Lincoln for fresh stock to keep up the quality of their bluebloods This has so far proven a splendid year for Lincoln county horse breeders Their stallions are in great demand All are in fine fettle for a great season and they will be in town Monday to show themselves Fine weather Is promised now and people will be here from a dozen counties to see the show Rules For Farmers John Bright Tells How to Estimate On Com And Wheat John Bright one of the best known farmers in Lincoln county and in this part of the State has compiled a number of rules for the measurement and cs timation of farm crops which are bas ed upon close study and experiments tion He has compiled three rules for counting corn in the crib which are as followsRule No 1 Ascertain the number of cubic feet contained in a given crib and allow 12 cubic feet to shell a bar rel of corn of five bushels or after find ing the number cubic feet divide by 24 this gives the result in bushels All rules are based on the statutory rule of 2150 4 for a bushel Rule No 2After finding the number of cubic inches In the crib divide by 2150 4 which will give the number of bushels tho crib will hold of shelled corn or clean wheat then 52 per cent of that is what the crib will shell outRule No 3Find the number of cu bic Inches in the crib and divide the number of cubic inches in the crib by 41472 which will give what the crib will shell out In bushels Mr Bright has also compiled some figures on the planting of corn and wheat based on the number of grains of each to the bushel lie figures One bushel of corn of average size grains contains 66640 grains CornI planted in checked rows 3 feet 10 es each way gives 2116 square inches to each hill Three grains to a hill will plant seven and a half acres One bushel of wheat contains 691200 grains Sown one bushel to the acre gives one grain to every 9 square inches Sown 5 pecks per acre gives one grain to every 71 square inches Sown six pecks per acre gives one grain to every 6 sauare inches Addams Appointed Gabe Addans of Crab Orchard has received his appointment as clerk of thb state penitentiary at Frankfort and has gone to work At the meeting of the prison commUsioqers at Frankfort this week a petition was presented Cora parole for Curt Jett the noted Brenthltt county assassin who has been converted tend is one of the best prisoners in the institution Pastor C R Hudson of the Christian church head ed those asking that he be released Every family and especially those who reside in tho country should be provided at all times with a bottler of Chamberlains Liniment Thero ia no tilling when it may be wanted In case of an I accident or emergency It Is most excellent In all cases of rheuma I ism sprains ahdbruises Sold by G L Penny t The Markets Cincinnati April7CattleReceii ta 445 market active and strong 10 to l tic higher fair to good shippers 685 to 7fi cojnmon 275 to 6c Hogs Re ceipts 1961 market quiet 10 to JEc lower butcher and shippers 1090 to 11 common 725 to 1015 Sheep Be 61wIJ 1 11 POOR MAN HAS CHANCE FOR OFFICE IN KANSAS ay Writes M G Reynolds Who Is Now a Prosperous Farmer In The Sunflower State IPopular Bud Reynolds Lincoln countys former assessor whb is now a citizen of the Sunflower State writes to tho I J another interesting letter descriptive of affairs in Kansas lelltnV this time of the political system In vogue there He writes NEOLA KAN Aprils DEAR READERS op THE I JI wit spend a portion of this beautiful Sab= bath In again writing a few items about the Jayhawker State etc Since windydaysof that day people did not try to work but and from the amount of dust and sand in the air we think quite a lot of peoplehereIt BO we try to take It as a matter of course Except these few days of wind we have had fine weather and everything is getting green big cropof oats sownand up nicely But a good rain would help now have had none since t plantingcorndaydoneOne very seldom hears politics men tioned here although all the State and county officers are to be elected this fall They only hold an election every two years A primary election is held on the 1st Tuesday in August of the year In which elections are held and all parties nominate their candidates tat that primary The voter has to call tplIupportry is paid for out of the countys1 funds and not by each party as is the case in Kentucky The elections both regu lar and primary are held under the Australian ballot system similar to your elections except that they have three judges one from each of the three leading political parties and two clerks of election with two sets of books one an exact duplicate of the other one set returned to the county seat together with the ballots theoth- er kept by the township officers and both certified to by the five election of ficers At present the officials of this county Stafford are about equally di vided between the democrats and the republicans This way of holding an election every second year and having all primaries at one time gives the pec pie more time to think about something besides politics and the primaries as well as other elections being raid for by the whole people makes it possible for the poor man to run for an office as well as the rich From the little knowledge have of politics in Kansas I believe that a large majority of tho republicans are of the insurgent class and are as tickled at tho defeat of Cannon as are the demo crats If the people elsewhere were as united In opinion as they are here Taft Cannon Aldrich etlnl would cer tainly take a trip up Salt river at the first chance sBefore closing I must congratulate Hon Harye Helm on not having oppo sltlon for the nomination or the demo crats of the Eighth district rather for not giving him opposition Also hope the democrats his friends will keep up the fight until Hon M C Saufloy is elected governor of Kentucky Here Is one for him anyway J As this Is the first time I have tallied politics since coming to Kansas guess I had better quit Would be glad to hear from Kentucky CriendsfWith best regards f- M G REYNOLDS No Local Option Election In the county eourt at Ilarrodaburgv the attorneys representing the petition ers calling for an election on the whisky question in Harrodsburg withdrew theirpetition and there will be no eleeTtion The petition was filed one month ago and since that time 87 named baye been withdrawn frpijjjt by petitidirto the court This made the petition short of the requisite number of signatures Baby Is Dead The little girl baby of Mr and Mrs John Mount of Rocky Mount N Cr Is dead and was brought here for burial The mother betor9 her marriage to Mr Mount was a Lancaster boy was Mine Jennie Lynn of this county and her rainy friends will sympathize with the young couple in their bereave meat E C WALTON has returned from a delightful stay of several weeks hi Florida n 7 l PAGE TWO THE INTERIOR JrOUBNAL STANFORD KY APRIL 1jI t l J p f TIlE INTERIOR JOURNAL t Established 1872 iEVBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At 1 Per Year in Advance k SHELTON SAUFUEY Publisher Entered at tho Post Office at Stan ford Ky as Second Class mall iHONHARVEY HELM i ol Lincoln county candidate for re- etrictiubieci to gfaea oftthu demo cratic party TUB meeting of the publicspirited F last Monday was a step in the twomen and will be productive good to the city if the intent t of the organization is kept constantly i gent 4nobly perform this duty In the home F each day It has been suggested that a day be set apart this spring for a gen eral spring cleaning of the city private homes backyards business houses and j public institutions and the women of this civic organization can find work to 1 do right at their hands by taking charge t of such a movement The influence of good womanhood has triumphed over almost every evil in the world and the organized womanhood of Stanford working intelligently can prove a power for both civic and moral good in tbe community A LEXINGTON widow is suing a clerk In the Capitol at Frankfort for 1500 damages for failure to comply with his promise to marry her She certainly puts a high value on the fellows who toil not neither do they spin but get big salaries all the same WILLIAM HOGG had his name changed by the Crittenden county court to coil jam Howard Since the hog has gotten so aristocratic in price having gone beyond the lie mark Mr HoggHow ard seems to have been a trifle fastid ious KEEP THE KIDH1YS WELL Health Is Worth Saving And Some Stanford People Know How To Save It Many Stanford people take their lives in their hands by neglecting the kidney when they know these organs need help Sick kidneys are responsi ble for a vast amount of suffering and ill health but there is no need to suffer nor to remain in danger when all dis eases and aches and pains due to weak kidneys can be quickly and permanently cured by the use of Doans Kidney Pills The following statement leaves no ground for doubt Lani t I never fail to praise Doans Kidney Pills when I have the opportunity as they are certainly an excellent I havo not been without a supply in the house for years When ever my back becomes lame and painful a few doses bring me instant At one time I feared that I had serious kidney trouble The kidney secretions were unnatural and unmistakable evi dence of disordered kidneys At that time it was my good fortune to hear of Doans Kidney Pills and I began their use In a short time my kidneys were restored to a normal condition For sale by all dealers Price 50 eta FosterMIIburnCo Buffalo New York solo agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other Rev J T Hoskins will preach at Fairview church on top of Halls Gap Sunday afternoon and night All are invited Theres more strength in a bowl of Quaker Oats than in the same quantityor the same value of anyother food you can eat Most nourishing least expensiveRe- gular site lOc packages and hermetically staled tint for hot climates U All Peavine 4092 withbetabyJohoNOTETc1 you are looking for the breed ol horses that are commanding the highest prices here oldPcayioeDALMASThis stallion is dark bay 5yerold 162 with best of bone and action with very heavy mane and tail 3rddAmwhat wp need to get stock big enough to breed work andsell He U well enough bred to get trot ten Will stand him at the very low price of 10 to insure lire colt At same time and place Will stand two Good jacks Jim Porter and Brignolia These jackare too well known to need advertising as I have made several orient with them and you all know how they breed Terms 8to insure live colt Service fee due with all the above advertised stock when colt it foaled mate traded soldor bud to to other stock Care taken to prevent excideni but not responsible should any occur R S ScudderPh- one in Residence McKINNEY KY RURAL TELEPHONES 1IR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotutior at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct tr headquartere Nashville Tenn for information regarding our specialClIar mere Lino raterif you are not at present enjoying telephone service wi KentuckyTeuuotlseeIllieok EAST TENNESSEE TEL do TEL CO IXCOBFOBtTBD c jiii j 0 J4 L h I How To Collect Your Notes and Accounts How can I cotectwhat is owing me1 This is tho all important question I with every merchant wholesale firm buGtncrS ami professional men far mers and in fact onctoda Never has the been so nccountltlmaytention knowledge or experience to tho adjustment or examination into some I claim in which you have an interest tony cause you tho lots of dollars Our province and our busiucis is to help you in these matters Whether it is n NOTE or ACCOUNT you arc not ablo to collect or whether it is QUID claim in which you have an interest which needs looking into carefully 0I are prepared to do it and do if promptly This is our business wo muko a study Wo have the facilities and we have tho experience and tho fact that wo have collected many dollars which were given up as lost is one of our j best arguments in favor of what wo can do Our terms nro reasonable and wo make no charges unless we collect Wo make collections anywhere itt the 1 United States Wo recently collected an account for n firm in the adjoining a man in California If 011 have n claim which needs look howllargebusiness Batik references MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco tarns I Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 86 Onice US Insure with mo and be fully protected J C McCIary Undertaker Embalmondo- ealcrInHarnoss Saddlery STANFORD KY Calc Phone ItT Nome Phone it SeD CARTER Now Livery Dopot Street Phono96 STANFORD KENT- A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentucKy lama of Jones National Hcbool of AucttoaeereOhtcagoand have hud ex In tbe big cattle inlei nt the Union stock YardsUhtcngo where wo told some- thoroughbreds ai high at 11100 Alto In horse solos where 8no sales were made each day Auctioneering Is n science and I have I studied It with this See or phone me before you arrange for your cnn make sales to youradvantage PHONBJBH Fruit and Ornamental Trees 1 Everything for Orchard Lawn and Onrden One Hlrowberry Free UatalogutINo Agents H F Hillenmeyer Sons LKXISOTON KKNTOCKT Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu monts Markers and Posts Cemetery nnd Lawn Vase and Settee Omce end works Me Kinney Ky TO THE FARMERS 1 wlllcontlnue to handle Fertilizers In the Jumbo Dud and ask old patrons to remember me I also ask the patronage of many new customers U tl 81 PPL London Ivy Spring Summer Stock Haveyour measure taken by tailor of ox odcaUiInes suit your ortheafnosthevening clothes wilt have that tndivhlusllty sad at which plainly Indicate they were made to our measure I will also take your measure for extra trousers fancy yens top oats and overcoats Hprlng aDd Humtnn ample on hand ready for your Inspection ILO RUPLEY TalloJ8tanford I JLBeazleyCo Undertaken and Embaln en Also Dealers in Fur nitureMattingsRugs They exchange4Furniture for ill Kinds of Sacktff Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Fish Pennington Insurance and Real Estate All kinds of INSURANCE all kinds of property Only the larg est companies represented Rates as low as can be had anywhere Stanford Hy Phone 200 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with tbe teat as well as the freshest 01 cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Alto make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purponet In connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices OliniBTMAX UUEBN HOUSES ED ItUBOAHO laoaHtanford K- yCONCRETING conareting and In tact wn CAn make any from r house down to a fence post We cnn servo you promptly and guarantee flr telas pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE My farm of C7 acres of good land well Im proved well watered and fenced Is for sate It Is located seven miles from Stanford In tbe May wood section house bns six rooms New barn nnd other necessary outbuildings A bargain If sold at once J T L1V1NOHTON R y U NolHtsnford K- yJ J4 BELDEN For home carriage and sign poInting deco rative paper hanging also trimming of nil kinds ouch as tops recovered curtains nnd boots made Hlopover Aldrtdgo blnok = mltb shop West ilula Ht Hlnnford Ky hone Nu d Yb J J BKhDKtf Stock of Merchandise for Sale I dMlre to sell privately my stock of Ore eerlei and Hardware Doing a good bust ness Will Involco SIIOO Heaso111 health CEO D HOPPER Stanford Ky r R B MAHONEY Free J T WHITE SecyW S FISH Treas The Citizens Realty and l Title Co Farms houses and lots for rent ealeor exchange Persons desiring quick roles or purchases in realty of all kinds Gall on or write us at STANFORD KY Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty Phone 200 py A h OltL- 4 It i u i z tdnM3F EXTRAGOOD I That tells the tale if there is any J thing extragood in our stock it is oustr Hue of childrens and young mens suits I Your boys will look like these pictures t if you you allow us to dress them Blue Serges and Greys of course you know k are the real things this time but we 1 have also a few with tints of Brown or green Knickerbocker trousers with f every suit Sizes 4 to 17 years any 1 price 350to 10 A I H j McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY I FtJFa aE E gaeaE a aB I fao L Penny II II Coney E Jt Column Dr Hess Poultry Panacsa I1 make hens lay euro them s t mmWill alO and keep them in thrifty condition 6 increase in the m of eggs laid will more numbermfor the small expense of it r t It is soldat Penny m titorc Drugm m fB PENNYS DRUG STORE Il tVtSCanford Kentucky When You Have r It PrcdaceTo Sell Call I H 13e Northcott ft 1 Stanford Ky Phone 153 k tv r THURMAN TUDOR Manager lf1 I rh A I j 4iwYr h t T Y T n l- r APRIL Mb 1010 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY 1 No 0198 l No 3019 No 1040 No 7996 No 3932 Abovce 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 prices f goods up to 250 per garment I 4 t SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky FinerjI N4DIY9 Bobbins and Shuttles for BHjSfwTnjfrnachlnea at Pennys Drug I iv jit 11 PERSONALS t tfc MRK S PUTNAM of Lebanon KitHuffmantoajtend tho marriage of Miss Mottle U jl Owtlejr on tho 21it init MRsYJ B PAXTON and son James spent several dayi with her parents In Canardi MRS H D CAMPBELL and daugh othelaterMWS LETTIB WEBII of Louisville Is tho guest of Mrs Richard M New landMRS J G LYNN who was operated I on at tho famous Mayo Hospital at Rochester Minn Is doing fairly well Mrs J E Claunch of Somerset Mrs Lynflfl laughter Is at her bedside JNJ G LYNN who was hero from HuatoflvHIo Tuesday with his wife and two ton tells us that he had never scenarmany tobacco beds in the West t EndjM farmers have prepared thla e v Bprlrifr J W PenRlN of Anderson id is p on a visit to Kit old homo hero Joss Len ELKIN of Danville Is the guest of Miss Margaret Huffman r Rsv It U MAIIONY and Mies Marie I havo returned from several days spent In LonWlte MRS J T HOSKINS returned home this Week after spending several days visit in Louisville MR JAMES BSAZLBY and little daugh I ter have returned homo after a visit to Orlando Florida and other southern I potnle LOCAL friends have received word that a little daughter has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs E F Ramey ncnr Lexington MIss PHIL STRADER has returned home after a visit to Mrs H C Baugh man TUB last Issue of tho Ml Vernon Signal contained an excellent IlkcneM of Judge L J Bcthurum who went on the bench last Monday for the first time as Judge of the Hockcaatlo circuit courtMRS JOHN MOUNT of Lancaster is visiting Mr and Mrs W Logan Wood Mrs Joseph Claunch of Somerset who has been their guest has returned to 1 yher komtrAdvocate MRS M M SWEENEY baa returned from a little visit to Junction City CHANGE J L ANDERSON orders his paper changed from Crab Orchard to Jones boro Indiana K J SMITH of Rockcastle was a visitor in the city Saturday J G C ALCORN a valued subscriber to the I J hus moved from Crofton Ky to Hugo Oklahoma and has a good position with the American Ctco sotlng Co LOCALS BUY your straw hat at the Country TUB place to get fishIs at New lands BROWN riding and walking cultiva tore just received W II Illgglns S C B LEGHORN eggs for sale Best laying strain Write or phone Mrs R L Berry Hustonvllle Ky 710 QUEEN QuAL1 hold their shapo and style Let us fit you Cummins t Wearen SEED sweet potatoes at W H Hig gins SUMMEit underwear nt tho Country Store WEDDING presents WH Mueller FlsillNO tackle and base ball goods at the Country Store TilE wrinkles in neckwcarat- Cummins Wrarena I HAVE a nice pen of thoroughbred Black Minorca chickens for sale Mao settings of eggs Mrs W H Wearen EVEIIYIIODY if invited Come and see the quality and style and get prices on my hats Just across from Phillips store Miss Mary Phillips BuaaiKS of quality such as Colum bus Mager and Jlrockwoy at Pence Bros ttj JAMBS WILLIAMS is quite ill at the St Asaph Hotel SEEP sweet potatoes lawn mowers Ice cream freeacra at George II Fare ris Foil SALE Two loadsof Indiana and Illinois draft mares and one car load of Western marc all young and some in foal J H Baughman Stan ford Ky Phone G Elect o Medicai Baths i f xsoc Qi I We beg to inform you that we have installed our outfit for giving ElectroMedical Baths This treatment as given by us is practically the t same as that given nt the famous Spns of Europe and some of the Min eral Springs and large Sanitariums in this country for the cure of ncr vous and chronic discuSS and especially those diseases arising from an excess of uric acid in the system Uric acid by accumulating in the system in excess poisons the blood and causes a great variety of dis eases affecting the organs of respiration digestion and excretion It I causes diseases of the ekin nnd mucous surfaces the heart and arteries brain and nervous system muscles and joints I The ink acid coed toe it the rause of Rhmmatura in its various forma alto dcases of kidneys 1 sad Madder asthma quiniy and bronchitis catarrh eczema hives itching and burning of the tlm palpitation of the heart cold hands and fcrt dizziness mental depression melancholia neural jU choral hyUctU numbncw headaches and a great variety of puiely nervous tynptomi old kje led peepto of middle Ue se the greatest luSercn but the young are not exempt A covne 2 lo 4asksol our ElectroMedical Baths clauses the system ol the uric acid I sad other toxic compounds and by removing the cause of dune pvea quirk relief anda lasting cur These in conacctioa with our Violet Light Treatment relax nerve lCn oa produce sound slap improve appetite aod and by 10 doing cure nervous diieaiei headaches insomnia nturaxlieiiia anvout exhauHion melancholia etc 0Leteor over lea people stet rid of 710 10 pounds per ww without injury to heart or alpel4l1CeYou or hiceds FREDERICK DEH AVEN M D MILLS BUILDING 498 LOW ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEKERS FARES- TO The West and VIA TRAINS DAILY 2 I 12WITHOUT Louis Storea 4YUxforde for the sick TELEPHONE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Southwest Northwest 2 TRAINS DAILY 2TO ST LouisWITHOUT CHANGE Tickets on Sale First and Third Tuesdays In each Month Return Limit 115 Days from Date of Sale n Write for Fire sad ISpe cW 01 wte saute AmmemeaUnn It P Plum r r b I p OARDNKR tl P A JQUIBVJII1t RY I JI Alcohol to ChildrenAsk your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic stimulant for children He will probably say Very veryI rarely Children do not need stimulating Ask him how often he prescribes a tonic for them He will probably answer Very very frequently Then ask him about Ayers nonalcoholic Sarsaparilla as a tonic for the young Follow his advice He knows J C Ayer Co Lowell ass The first vat rule of healthu Dally movement of the bowels Ask your doctorit tilts Is trot so Then ask him about Ayers Pills Sold for newly sixty years I CUT KidS ana solid silver spoons etc ftt W II Muellers WANTED MONEY Will buy any old coins you may have Address H Harris Frankfort Ky l ONLY the freshest fish is kept at Newlanda POSTMASTER J HENRY HANXLA nt JunctionCity was visiting here yes terday GET your dinner at Horton restau rant Main street when you como town court day Only 25 cents toIi CHARCOAL at 1 per barrel W Warner Stanford Ky 4t Punt Plymouth Hock eggs 1 for NunnelleyTurnersvllle A YIVF POUND box of candy will bo given away to tho holder of tho lucky number at the Theatorlum Saturday night Every ticket sold this week bears a number JOHN TRAYLOR Continues quite III at his home In the country His brother Henry Traylor Is also reported indis posed WORKAIEN nIlndtho best overalls shlrte etc at tho Country Store TRY an Old Hickory wagon Pence Bros 17 roUNDS of standard granulated sugar 1 at the Country Storo FRKSHCAUGHT Ohio river big fish at tho Country Storo today FOR SALE Fow nice Buff Orping ton cockerels Also eggs for hatching Mrs W J Holtzclaw Stanford R F D No1 REV D M WALKER attended the Conference of Central Kentucky Chris tian ministers at Lexington Tuesday BEST 1 watch in the at the Country Store FRESH FISH and vegetables on hand Saturday J D Horton FIRST NATIONAL BANK KENTUCKY i S booker President- S T Harris VicePfesident John J McRoberts Cas- blerIn C nighnan Aast Cashr WVSaundersBookkeeper Barn For Sale 120000 feet of Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Barn Pat terns which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn Hay or good Horses and Mules Prices on this very reasonable for I want to sell Write me at once J SIPPLE London Ky Millinery Opening at Highland Everyone is invited to attend my Mil linery Opening Thursday Friday and Saturday this week The nicest this Spring that I have ever Mrs C M Young Highland DRESS MAKING and sewing of all kinds done by Miss Mary Zeller at J F Cummins residence Satisfaction guaranteed I OUR great low saleis still on and were still selling everything below cost Better como quick Gold stein I HAVE made a change In my buggy and implement business and all who owo an account that is past duo will please call and settle at once Also all notes that are dqe and past due must be paid at once E T Pence ijtl This L We octet One ifuodrwl Down lUwtn for any tree ol CtUrrti that cannot be cured by claw Cbtantt Cure F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O- We the undmlncd tvt known F 1 beerfor the latt is rear sod tUne him pertrrtlr honorable m all biuumt transactloni and financially able M carry out any obllnllon made by ha rum TVALDIXO KIXMAN k lUivix- Wholnvtte Brucgtata Toledo O Ilairi Catarrh Cure la taken tnwrnatly stung dlncuy upon the blood and BIIKOU eurtatc ol the mum TMtlmonlata Sent tire tike n Cent pet botu Sold by alt DrunttU Take Haiti Family IlU lor cooitlpaUon Lincoln Lodno No ro K A A M will meet in tinted communlrntlon on each ant and thud Monday night of eurJi month nt Tun oclock lu their ball op umln atreect titan ford Xy MtrnlxT8 of sinter lodges are frn ternnlly invited to he present T W Pen nlngton Sec J IN STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERt DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore LM Peltus II C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson- E C Walton J S Hocker W H Murphy Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford RenfMcfty Capital SurplusResources Lumber Respectfully- C Unej MASONS MEET STANFORD ORGANIZED J882- CAPITAL DIVIDENDS Satisfactory Zee 5000000 4300000 34000000 IS H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W1 ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPERr HAYS FOSTER OIREOTORSt W 0 Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterStantord John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ran- kinI Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Goocli Gilberts Creek 11JI cxlcrdsIWe have just received x I Iand ice not find a bet ter line anywhere The very latest that the market can furnish in pate ents vicis kid etc Prices froth 1 to 350 HUGHES MARTIN CO T Dry Goods Notions Shoes L ST NFnRDKENTUCKYI 1a i AV Not Dead Sure IButreasonably so that we can Iand fit you from our line of is Those who appreciate quality and style will be pleased I our line we buy from specialist who have made a life withI elsewhere of shoe making oou cannot duplicate the values we I W E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY f Have the Superior 2horse corn planter with both edge and flat plates al so the Superior J horse i r v planters and fertilizers These t tplanters have been tested and give satisfaction ssarsssstsssls 0 W H HIGGINS s Stanford KentuckyrI p1I j Li CLEMENS HOTEL J L ELKIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKYL- arge outside room Commercial trnTelerA a peclaltjr Special rate by we k or month To proprietor 15 former IJnoln county mesa sud lili should re aouaNt hiatstaen stopping to WI wa t y L N TIM E TJtBLEhNo SINonthlltMrtt l- YoSoutbIOII A ti No J4 North HIilItTNo at North tMr M No 17 1019 A x Nolb rte PM JOS S RICE Agent L it C 1ril Ii c PAGE TAOr r d I Ili AtUSir THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD 8fAPRT1 11OIij 1 II A u 1 1 J s tr IIp tar t YOUR IHft AND YOBfc EAL + t Ia Month Will Do it with an Accident and Health Policy R Vi i 110 1 XzIIkkej- nibhc e Ii Indemnity Co of Louisville See Our Representatives For Particulars I J H WONER t District Manager n J L MEEKS Associate Agent Ashland Brook No 11TSJ Yol11 A T U n bred by Eugene Uncle Georgetown K Ashland Brook wan AuUed 100 solid bay with left hind toot highPruioiiK Brook No flugaretIIICblfRtll I17iJlllutt byJ5JilVJfnf1ilJulRhtV5J J and Vole cone nunnWren TotWllkos 1749 He by George Wilkcs second dareaMOre Ashlnnd Brook li n handsome tel low with lots of substance has a bold way of toing with speed style end great action theyareolorowith plenty of elze aad great style and tlnlsU Ashland Brook sired the great nbeaten twoyearold Bailie Brook that sold for Wo uhland Brook mate theWillpresent season IIC 115 to inure vlng colt IWARTRACE WarTreeI5ShandsCod he by the Imp Tax Payer that sold for Jin his dam wan by the Imp GGreatast rrn WarTroeedauibyRkdfrdBtarholy Bzell When Hungry OOTO Otirion Restaurant Lancaster Street Stanford K Men served at all hour up to 1130 P x Bet place lu wn for a good quick muni Cooking to suit our customenobr specialty Splendid new line of fancy Groceries 4- 1Aot Coffee Sandwiches pies Buttermilk and sweet milk etc nt all times W A CARSON Prop King EagleNotSM Vol 6 A H II IL 18 hand hlgbdarkbaywith aowtngmane and tallgoes all the gait with plenty ot speed style and action lKDlOBiE911ed by Royal King by OnTimer745he Stonewall Jackie n dan Mblllo Mounts SWI was by the noted sire Oabbell L xlng SS7 D KingleKa by Harris Denmark he by Miller Denmark 45 thoroughbredNOTEKlag a breeder of line color and high ityltxl eotloliet the Stanford Kalrand the IIOO tate nt Lon caster deteaUng here tour of the get of Cbl great Hex lneThis gtC of King Eagles was second In the t00stake at with XI entries and defeated the colt won this stake two out orthree shows prlcoKinthe l3 to Insure a living colt Will alaostand the great mule Jim JennectoImpJohn1 I5j hands high black with white point sa JackAll mentioned stock make the season of luio at our stab 2 miles West of Stanford on the Shelby OUT pike Mare traded parted with or bred nloneybecbmeKor further Information call on or address 8 T IIARHIH A ROUT WOODS Ihooe IUng 3 Stanford Ky NOTICE piMrsowfog i Immediately QKO B IRUITT AdminIstrator Mr Belle Rice W J4 TRIBBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentucKy I CARROLL PRESTONv Sired by Preston 922 by Washington 54 by Cromwell 73 by Wash lCton Denmark 64 I byAltnanti He is a beautiful bay 15Ji hands high four years of age He has niiI1IimcJlilrJeB f 1909 This great young stallion will make the season of 1910 at the stock I awis of A T Nunnellcy Stanford Ky at the reasonable figure of 25 fteiasure living colt Mares kept at 25Q tier month and not respon Wo O Wibilker Stanford Kentuck1x t IV i t ltMriDR S c lJL Auctioneer I LlnII HENRYS WATTERSON PAPERs Weekly GourierJourna ANDK The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEARFOK t ONLY 150 Few people IB the United States hare not heard of tho Courier Journal Democratic la all things fair in all things clean In all things Ills essentially family paper Dy aiptclal arrangement we are enabled to of tortbe WEEKLV COUBIBROUIUUL ODI year and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for the com bination to UtDOC tc the Oiorler lour Report of the Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK nt Stanford lu tho State of Keatacky nt t be close of buslncseDfchY91910nL7otlacEs Loans and Discounts t91Wt iw- Overdrnfts ecuredandunsreurvd 6111 w V H ilonds to secure clrculatlen 1000 01 Premiums on U H bonds lJIO W ooBunkingCure T1H01 uDueTWU7Duettankers Trust Cos A SayI- ngs Banks IOMS1 Due from approved reserve ng ntg 11710 OU Checks and other cash Items lie fit Yr500Fractionalels and cents KK si Lawful Reserve In Bank 15J15fX1Legaltender 18I5350- Bcdelnptlon fund with UHTreas unr 15 per cent ot circulation JU W- uYlQaa i Z- BLMHIMTlKfl Capital Stock paid 111 0000 00 a ouO ou Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 85755 National Bunk notes outstanding 49010W Duo to other National Banks 6X59 II AgentrIndividual 9SDenundTime curttnciitc of deposit tjAIl ou Notes nnd bills discounted lllUa payable Including Cortm moneyborrowed nescrvtxl for tuxes 48130 3l6Dl 38 State of Kentucky County of Lincoln ss IJohn Mcltoborts Cashier of tho above named bank do solemnly swear that the myknowledgenndJOHM J McHonrHTH Cashier Rubscrtl enl nnd sworn to before me chiI4th day of Apr 1910 W M Hrlght Correct Attest J8 HockerHO Baugh man DL U Klniore Directors gf- e t itS JPAltT a t IrSNPtrood twoyear old aulea fez rlIale Jt BracJc tf- iii c hin4libaggtee f daioD carter a s ra+elprnd on tf J LwHt ptjce John Q1 Lyaalti8 t t VitfiKy Ort rood well broke threeyearotll- ho e rnu fpr ease E H Ballard 3f agfrommatched teams Phone 46 Jaai HI Daughman Stanford Ky FOR SALEPure Boone county whft seed corn 125 per bushel See sample at LineolnCeunty National and First National Banks Also 15 buihela of cultiJated hemp seed S J Embry Jrj and John C Peoples Stanford LANDttoLLERg doupledic harrow9- and draK harrows Hoosier corn planters and all kinds of harvisfer tnaclbln cry at Pence BrO Buy harness of a regular dealer where you can get quality J CMcS cloverforvllleKy e A T Nunn Iley old to Embry a nice brood mare for Slur Powhattan nay Sultana 153 12 bead hip by Dignity Dare 1 4 dam Minnie by Riaui 2d dam Pul me by Almoal Forest 3d dam SelUrs mate a very fut acct He Is Jiae individual Lich action and nice to Kindle Will mule the swoo of 1910at my firm a McKinney MtOto inure a the colt money forfeited if mite u told traded cc bred to another hone S M OWENS SON- McKinney Ky POSTED We whose name appear below strictly orbldhu ntlng nblnl or allY kInd ol treepassing on our places and will proiecuu TI Cora to the full extent of the law llroiKred111 burn Hooch N It IMummer NunnelleyJWliaugbman J K Bruce DavId Stevens John Oamentrch WmOordlvr Dan M O Elmore UandortJtrandMalJaaItKedAKlhmn JJKIHott Mr Heo 1ognn Cordteri1evIlaughmnnUriahMr Conch Jacob lender TrAylorHamAmend Schaefer M Jllotmann- KT lleasley A II Mathrnr MrsJItOwlcyaTJO Hundley It II Grow Mrs Nannie Blood O K McClure Anderson Oarr Anton Itonecker VonllruuuUunTrsltebeoeaItCarprnterW John H Lee DK len Ferru4PAlex Cooper J Nevlu Garter H B IXinbam Utdiier HOAndarson W UOooch lusticissl T A Hlce Ueubfn Curtis Ohrli ramenllch TiesteyMpoonamorePB W Inlnci W J L Holtzciaw WIiFieldsI- I K Jalnen Mrs Maths White Alia Mary Pepples WK Kwton James Mtttcr A I Tho mpon Heport of the Condition ol The Notional Bank of Hustonvlll- et Iluntonvllle In the State of Kentucky at the close of biultifn Dtob221910- RYJsouROaa x aninna Discount ft1651tri- Overdrntsecuredandunsecured 135 SI WitPrelnlunns r1 Banking housefurnltureendfixd ture 2900 Otl Duo from NUOIIRllIBnke t not re servo agents A7S199 Due from HtutenndjlrtvnteUanki J t ltankerTrnstllompaules and Savings lH7x1 uofromnpprovcitreM rveat nti MOT9 w heck nmi other cnih item ti- Notes xi of othor lintniulllunka a 783 po Fractional pnltcrcurreney nick c 17 2 awful Money Here In hank Vlx Specie USljll 00 Legaltender nottHU 10 0 13CJ11 00 ledemptlon fund with UJ TrIM 4 urerS erceittof circulation l0 ou I trASao IIAI1ILITIM Oopllnl HIlLpnlll Bt KAJm iq Surplus Inndu 17MJtu Un Ild11 profile less expvnty and tnxes YJMII 01 rational Bunk nottuoiititniidniK Jiaw 00- lIue to State and 1rlvate Bnuku- nnd flanker 3A1l IIJ- Dne from other Katlonal Bunk jiuj u mllvidtml depotlts vubject to check 150t 9l f2AAMO ot Btntnof Kentucky County of Lincoln asl W Ilocker of the sJave nmmed- arms do wlemaly wekr that the ubovo atemvnt Is true to the Isst of knowl ed o and belief J W IIoclcanOnihler- Hubacrlbctlandewotntolsoro int this Bth 1910 J WirosklniN My commission expire Feb S3 litu Correct Attrstt W G Cowan 3 W Powell anti J U Uepp Director P GEORGE HUB A very fine draft stallion weight 1600 pounds stands full 16 hands high He was sired by Ben Hur Major 273 3135 Grand Sire Scott 2430 Dam Jennie Beatrice Clydesdale George Hur is half English coach and half Clydesdale best draft horses in the state Will make the season at my place at 10 to insure a living colt Colts can be soon at my place They show for themselves I will also stand two Jacks and a Shetland pony at 10 each to insure a living colt MS BAUGHMA N Stanford Ky j- f A f J Ul JlI oM 9rt r r IiI c When yon buy a suit of clothes jet New York styles all woolat SAM ROBINSONS Stanford Ky I 1m Shoes ftQualityI LeL SANDERS r 11 Crab Orchard Kentucky you have anything STOCK LINE Take totNunnclleys New Stock Yards JIOery day ojcccpt Sunday tiring your stock Beet market State with plenty eel and water best covered pens out Tub Liuiavillo Lixingtiti STANFORD KY Wo also do general hitch and feed bminciw MXIARTYPm EO WALTOX 1rca II UG 13STp Stanford Real Estate Co r 1 Stanford KentucKy Farm and Tnwn Prpjrhr IfAndiwl ComniBjlou Stocks and Bonds Slid you i Ualtrrito L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky Tin ing Plumbing Heatiijg yourhouse t Porcelain Beth OutfitIt Have V WARNER fofnMajr your country water works with- reasonahleprlceeand guarantee I also carry in stock FARCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing andIRoofing Paints Call we Telephone 188 W K WARNER Stanford Ky Polled Angus Bull I wilt stand rax tbproilghbred loU d Angus bull my plaoi on Bomonct pIke t i ut150 lIdney due whoa cow known to or parte from rJ 0 W Lov19G Stanford Kf J If to sell in the I in tho year on in tho of t of or L L R II on If Iv We I and us I at be wtth calf Boone County White Seri CornF- feldieleetedbuttedtlppedehelled end graded for edgb drop or any punter jtai er hu Will deltvtrat Htgnfovl Kjf nsxt- eeur6day wALTONKMOSL La Mlter ICy