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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i M ut4 If mi v i4Ii 1 1 4 r Jrrt J J J i y 1pfI THE INTERIOR jOuRN4LIO- L 11 XXxvii TA11FD1DKy TUESDAY A1IL 12t4li1NO13 h l J GREATEST HORSESHOW YEARS Thousands Gather In Stanford On Monday to See BlueBlooded t Equines On Parade Fully 3000 people were in Stanford Meaday to see the Annual Horse Show when blooded eauines which have made i Lincoln county famous throughout the 1 state and nation marched in parade be fore the admiring gaze of the visitors Monday was court day and in addition to the thousands who came to see this I dtoftay ef hone flesh hundreds crowded about theeattlep fer Stanrerd hal become the cattle market for this end- y af the state During the morning hours the splen did specimens of Kentucky best Ire were admired aa they ateod in their atalU In the livery stable and In the afternoon they were paraded up and down Main street everything coming to a standstill that the theuaanda could give undivided attention te this itriklo t spectacle so typical of Kentucky All ef the old favorite sires were on- I handDignity Dare the beautiful mahogany bay of D S Carpenter of Hua tonville King Eagle shown by Sam T Harria and R T Woods who also had Aafelami Breok and a couple of kin fine a naC G Caldwell 4Sef1 of Waynee burg had their plendMlyproportk ned King Bagle Jr Dick Scudder of Me Ktnaey Mill the center of many ad raking eyes with his splendid All Pea vine and many liked hU trotter Dalmaa IOf cearae everyone liked W 0 Walker Carroll Preston he commands at tention in any company Clarence E Tales Cecelian Leaf waa admired by a great many Grimes Beazley had tin coin Squirrel and Red Light which were very favorably commented on Eo S PoweM Son of Hustonvilto had the two beauties Almont Dare and his it finelyproportioned son Sport which it iiiendkj evidence of the older horses breeding ability Carroll Duddcrrar I attracted math attention with Sallie t Bre k sad Star Brook George F An MontIRogers also bf Boyle exhibited Col R G Evans fine horse Grant Moni jeal Walter Walkers great Percheron Sidi was the center of admiring eyes sad Smith Baughmns George liar at tracted much attention In this class u did bia Shetlands one being driven by Smith jr lie showed five splendid colts by George liar George Spoona mere 4 Bro of Rowland were adver v tising Pence Jr a good one Hugh a Reid Fosters little Shetland Dock Gey was a great favorite Carrot Bety waa hero from Crab Orchard tell ing about the mighty Preston but the great horse was not brought down W M Dedd of Hustonville found many friends for his good horse Gallon Sam Oweaa of McKinney was on hand and raay asked about hU splendid sire The Warfield Mr Owen has been ill however and did not bring over either The Warfleld or hla crack young sire Powbattan E P JII Woods were I kept buy all day telling about Don hlpefvery popular Traytera Stonewall 1 I Jackson pleased all There were many good looking jack mares and jennets and the hone show waa voted by all J the greatest In yeara i Cupid Still Busy Two More Couples See ure From r Clerk CoeperLiccnscto Wed Little Dan Cupid the winged god of love contlnaea busy in Lincoln county County ClerkCeoper last week issued lieeww for the marriage of George forks and Mies Flerenea Benge both of the CrabOrchard section of the county As the groom le but 19 and the bride only 16 permission of both their parents was obtained before the license wan tsaued License was also granted to J D Smith a prosperous farmer of Waynes SowderjRevJ M Cook ou Thursday This was the second marriage for each Both couples are popular in their communities and havolhe beat wishes of many friends Htrlln Ball Game Harry Brown the 10yearold son of R S Brown a merchant of Lancaster was seriously hurt while playing base ball with a number of playmates on tho I graded school campus he and a coma I II panion colliding the Brown boy being thrown violently to the ground and striking his head on a rock He was taken to his home in an unconscious conditioni II- pJ TELEPHONE FIGHT ON IN STANFORD Council Orders Rates Lowered May Drive Telephone Service Out of The City If the city council carries out an or der directed against the East Tennes see Telephone Company at Its regular meeting last Thursday night in all probability Stanford will very soon be without telephone service Tho city fathers by a majority vote ordered the phone company to reduce all phone rentals to M basis of 2 for bustncse hootta and 1 for residence All of tbcoW subeieribara to the telephone service In the city are paying that rate how but new lubecrlberawho are put on are compelled to pay a rate of 275 for busincaa houses and 165 for resi dences This latter is the uniform rate which Is charged for all cities In the state the alze of Stanford Tho tele phone company clalme that any lower rate forces it to operate Its exchange at a less Whether the telephone company will accede to the demand for a reduction cannot be learned until its chief officia have taken up tho matter General Manager Homer Wray said that h could not say what they would do referred the councllmanic action to h Mperfora and la awaiting their orders The council fa understood to be pro seeding en the grand that the East Tennessee Company has no franchise to operate In Stanford Itla understood however that It has been paying a fran chise tax to the city for the past 13 years and will claim that this gives it a right to do business here whether i has a hard and fast franchise or not Whatever way tho company replies to the council it is expected that legs proceedings will be Instituted to ascer tale just what are the tights of the city council and of the telephone company In the premises One of tho councilmen who did not think it wise to take the action that was done by his colleagues remarked that a few years ago Harrodebarg not ified the phone company to get out+ and it got Very soon afterward the city invited it to come back and on its own terms Ho pointed out that the East Tennessee Is the only telephone company which can give one seeking long distance connections the service that a business man requires and believed that it would not be to tho Inter eels of tho citizens to drive this Impor tant public service corporation away and then probably be compelled to tak it back on any rate that it might win to fix Hurt In a Runaway Two Popular Young Ladies Thown Out of Buggy Sunday Miss Elizabeth Higgins and Miss Sal lie Burdett were thrown out of a buggy and the former rendered unconscious and badly shaken up and bruised when a hone they were driving belonging to Miss Burdett took fright at a train near Rowland Sunday afternoon and ran away The young ladles very narrow ly escaped from serious Injury for the buggy in which they wore riding top ever en them HIM Higgina wai rendered unconscious when she struck the gored Laekily Mlea Burdett es eaped almost oaMathed for with the exception of a cat on the top of her head and a shakingup ahe is uninjur ed Miss Higgins arms and head wer skinned up and she is suffering with se vere pawn in the body about hips Her maay friends hope that this will not prove eerieua however The horse ran the full length of Mai buggypartmay have been the reason of no mor aerkma injury to the two young ladles as Mlsa Higgins was under the buggy and being dragged before the horse got loose The animal was finally stopped to front of drug store He ia a hardmouthed brute Both girls tug ged at the lines with might and main when he began to run but could do nothing with him- Forced to Leave Home Every year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to another climate But this la costly and wayGetat home It cured me of lung trou ble writes W R Neldon of Cala mine Ark when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its sure ly the King of all cough and lung cures Thousands owe their lives and guaranteedforCroupall throat and lung troubles PennysDrug STANFORD PEOPLE WANT NEW DEPOT Petition Will be Presented to Rail road Officials Asking For Bet ter Accommodations Stanford wants a new depot and a petition signed by every official base new and professional man and by all cilzens It la possible to see will be pre aerated to the chief officers of tho Lou lavllle Nashville railroad asking that a new station be built Every one who has occasion to use the railroad here knows of the total inadequacy of the present depot for the needs of the trav cling public The city haaoutgrown and tho progress +which Stanford and tho surrounding community has made within recent years will be the argu manta used to influence the railroad people to build a new depot at once As soon as the petition la signed a dele gallon of prominent cltlzeda will go to Louisville with It to take up the matter personally as well with the railroad officials The petition which will be left at the Lincoln National Bank for signa tutee is as follow isT11a TEtlTION IGeneral Manager and Board of Direc tors of L N Railroad Co Kyisroe dents of Stanford Lincoln county Ky most respectfully request the careful consideration of the following reasons which we assign for our request that tho L N R R Co construct a new depot at Stanford Ky We have noted with satisfaction and interest the well directed and painstak trag effort of the management of the L N R R Co to give the people in the territory tributary to its lino the most efficient service its financial con dition would warrant This ia Indicat ed by the splendid condition of its road bed the permanent and durable character of its bridges and the Increase in the size and quantity of its rolling stockWe are much gratified by the last published statement of the L N which shows the present financial pros parity for we believe that the interest of the citizens of the commonwealth and thoso of the L N R R Co are not antagonistic but that their mutual wet fare and prosperity are entwined and Interwoven and that their interests are inseparable and indissoluable Thepros parity of each should and does assist and benefit the other and that tho re lotion between the railroad and the cit charli and regard Therefore we do not desire that this petition should be con trued as an adverse criticism of past conditions but as reasons why future conditions should be changed We In vlto the attention of tho management to tho following facts and are confident a careful consideration of them will con vines you of the justness and propriety of our request Inadequate sightly Tho freight room and baggage room are frequently congested there la separate colored passengers The present connections of the pas senger trains on the Knoxville branch with the passenger trains running to Mayayille frequently make it necessa ry for passengers to remain at Stanford maRY hours Tae present accommoda flans are Insufficient sod their dtay is uncomfortableeWe feel that a great measure reflect upon our town Lincoln county has recently built a 50000 courthouse and Stanford has in 15000ngraded school has constructed and now haS under cork concreteesidewalks public prollperIty refer you o your office here and feel confident that these recorda will disclose that the volume of business transacted here has quadrup led n the last 15 yean The soil of Llneo n county la and productive and its farmers and stock raisers are enterprising industrious Wu have borne with patience the inconveniences resulting from the inadequacy of the prescntrai1way station for we desir cd to our time and await the re turn of those prosperous conditions which would warrant the railroad comI In constructing modern keepingpopulatlon depotNewand it Is becoming a more desirable place of abode call especial attention to the tact that the valuable tract of land on which sltuatcdaldtheJandsed by the railroad company were do nated by the Stanford to the railroad company HIGH SCHOOLBOYS WIN GREAT GAME Batting Rally In Extra Inning Gives Them Victory Over Fast Playing Dummies With a splendid batting rally in the 10th inning the Stanford High School ball team defeated the nine from the Deaf Dumb Institute of Danville here Friday Afternoon by a score of 2 to 1 This was the filet game of the season and the fans are jubilant over the victory for few thought that the focal lads would l e able to down the fast playing Dummies this early In the season The game was a heart breaker from start to finish from the time Stanford put Embry around the bags in the fifth only to have the visi tors tie it up in the next round until Morrison Bright smashed out a corking three bagger in the 10th and brought in the winning run when Embry singled cleanly over second In addition to batting at a 500 clip Wesley Embry starred in the box He held the opposing batamen to two hits one of them of the scratchiest sort as had his head with him at all stages of the game He gave two passes to first but neither figured in the run making though the first was cut off at home b very fast work Every man on th Stanford team played fine ball and wai in the game at all stages They show ed the splendid work which Coach Ar thur Long is doing for them in their team work and the inside game which they played They had the bunting business fine and a double steal would have gone through in the third inning but that Waters slightly overran third For the visitors Meunier was the best at bat and fielded his position at ehor- very well He is an old League player having played with Frankfort three sea eons ago The visitors had a fast bunch and will give the High School boys a hard fight for revenge when the locals go to Danville for a return game next Friday afternoon Stanford went out in one two thre order in the first two innings In the third Waters waited and got a pass and was sent to second on Tom Brights ingle by third Hill fanned and Waters was caught trying to make third on the third strike Penny hit a hot one to center and it looked like Tom Bright wouIscore sure but Hereford made a and killed him at th plate There was nothing doing for Stanford in the fourth Morrison Bright fanned first up in the fifth Wesley Embry singled through short and w going so fast he kept on to second Hereford in center threw wild to catch him the bail bounding on by Napier at third Embry bringing in the first score of the game amid much enthusiasm Waters and Tom Bright flew out to ehort and tho round was over Hill missed three in the sixth but Penny was safe at first when Meunier his hot grounder in short Mike away fine and pilfered the second ba prettily beating the throw a block He died there though when McCarty foul ed out to Fleming and Coleman hit to JasperIt like something more wa doing in the seventh when Singleto- opened up in the seventh with a cork ing burgle to left He went out at sec ond on fielders choice when Morrison Bright hit to short Embry tooled ou and Waters flew to Porter Tom made the right start in the eighth with a nice Texas leaguer over short and Hill sacrificed him to second Penny hit a scorcher toPorter who dea pretty double play unassisted retiring tho side It was out in straight order in the ninth After the visitors had failed to do anything iri their half of the 10th Morrison Bright broke it up when ho laid hiStripte against the cen ter field fehde and came home with the winning run on Embrys drive over sec ondThe visitors went out in straight or der in the ntbut gave the fans a scare in the second when Meunier got a paaa to first Ybgalettl fanned and Jasper bit to McCatty Arid was opt Embry hit Elkina and on1 the next ball pitched which went wild and got by Penny Meunier tried to go in home Embry covered the bag well however and Meunier was out In the third Gor man flow to Embry Hereford fanned and Porter flew to Coleman Fleming was out Embry to McCartv and Meu nier batting out of his position got four balls but was called out for batting outI of turn It took some time to make the visitors understand just how it was but tley acquiesced in good grace Their solo run was made in tho sixth when with two outs Meunier hit to right field stole second and got by third and home when Penny threw a trifle low to catch him With two outs Jasper dou blediii csnterlir the ninth and was sate at third when Coleman dropped a throw Coley redeemed hh18elthoVever when he got under Elkins hard popup f on the next play With two outs in the 10th Porter was safe IIGeorge 1slAtisfactlon EPennyMcCarty Ib 4 0 012 0 0 00221Singleton I 1Embry 100THillcf 20 0000 T tal I 2 729 20 6 DANVILLEi EPorter2b0NaplerSbMeunier ss 3 11 221 0Jasper0 0HerefordTotals33 1 2t27 17 2 turnIScore by innings 123466789 10 T Stanford 00001000012- DanvllloO 0 0 0 0100001SUMMARY rEamed runStanford 1 Three base hitMorrison Bright Two base hit Juoer Sacrifice hit bases Penny Embry Tom Bright Meunier Elkins Left on baaee Stanford 4 Danville 4 Struck outby Embry 11 by Jasper 8 Base on ballsOff Embry 2 off 1 Double play Porter unassisted WildJlltchEmbrv 1 Hit by pitched Flor ence Time of game one hour and fifty minutest New Road Contracts Will Be Let As Many Bids Were Too High Thought Court Numerous contracts for reconstruc tion work on the county roads were le weekobut the bids on several pieces of roadwork were not considered low enough and Road Supervisor Dudderar was di rected to advertise for new bids and award new contracts The court appropriated 500 to the Hustonville and CofFeys Mill road and also appointed Squire Helm and Supervisor Dndderar CeLyon The court endeavored to get some definite information from Contractor tosshave the new court house finished but could get no definite date Tho contractor Is now paying a penalty for ev ery day that the work is uncompleted and the eud is not yet in sight Judge Bailey and County Attorney Burch were appointed a committee to have th court house yard graded and the of fountain disposed of A contract fo ttbe wiring of the new building was to 110g and McKechnie were present at the meet ing of the court OutnBigger Brothers Held Guilty of 1Forcible Detainer on Carter- t Farm- t Harye Biggers a Shelby county mar and hla brother formerly of Fayette were adjudged guilty of forcible de tainer by a jury in County Judge Bai leys court Saturday and will be reo quired to give up possession of a farm near Halls Gap which they had rented from James Carter and Miss Sallie Car ter upon which to raise tobacco I was shown to the jury that the Biggers- wereunable to live up to a contrac which they had made with Mr and M 8 CarterAttorneys K S Alcorn and S B Paxton represented the plain tiffs while the Biggers were defended by Attor neys Bagby and HUguely of Danville The jury which tried the case was cor- npoaCdofJN Menefee Srj W Ireland M A Johnson Will Brady and R M Arnold Nearly the whole day was consumed in the trial Reaching The Top In any calling of life demands a vigorous body and a keen brain Without health there is no success But Electric Bitters In the greatest Health Builder the world has ever known It compels perfect action of stomach liver t kid CJwholethe wear add tear of your daily work After months of euferingfromkidneyt- rouble writes W M Sherman Me three bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like anew man 50c at Pen nys Drug Store A C SINE will formally organize a lodge of Odd Fellows at Wayneaburg Saturday April 23 SPRING CLEANING FOR OLECITYIImprovement Club Asks Council To Designate Two Days For General Cleaning Up IA general Spring cleaning of the city WomensImprovement theL23 as Cleaning Up days In tho follow heartyapprovalThe Improvement Club of Stanford r very respectfully petition the city coun clearEed to have his yard vacant lots barn + yards alley and premises in general cleared of all rubbish litter papers toInerves and that lime crude carbolic or any other Rood disinfectant be used freely All public grounds and buildings to be at tended to by the council or those in applytoare That the citizens shall be notified by posters two weeks in advance and by a notice in two issues In the INTER IOR JOURNAL Mrs J J Dickey president Mrs Lelia Cook vice president Mrs P M McRoberts secretary Mrs W H Wearen treasurer Mrs W A Trib ble chairman of Civic Committee I endorse the action of the Improve ment Club and promise my hearty co operation A B FLORENCEMayor At Ripe Old Age Respected Citizen of Rockcastle Passes Over the River knowntawaylastVernon breathed his last He had been in bad health for some time but no one thought his condition serious Mr Williams waS 74 years of age The immense crowd from all parts of the county that attended his funeral proved that no more beloved and popular man ever lived in that section Me Williams was county court clerk of Rockcastle for 20 years and could have served long poUtcalfour sons M C Williams of Somer set R G Williams of Covington C C Williams of Mt Vernon and John Wil llama of Los Angeles Cal and one daughter Mrs Cleo Brown of Mt Vernon DeadIlOld Aunt Maria Baughman who had been a faithful servant in the family of Judge and Mra J W Alcora for almost a score of years past diedYlast week after a short illness She was one of the oldfashioned antebel lum kind of darkies and highly respect ed by all who knew her Strengten your stomach and banish indigestion Miona to guaranteed by G L Penny to do itor money back 60cOption Law Pays In Danville A recapitulation the trials and convictions in the police court for the month of March shows that an aggre gate of 14224 85 In fines was imposed 2tJot CerSlhferior to no place in the country could not be better testified to than by a glance at the records Advocate Its The Worlds Best YmontperfecthealerSores Scalds Bolls Ulcers Enzema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores and Chapped hands or Sprains itia supreme Infallible for Only 25c at Pennys Drug Store Bob Whitley Dead Y Bob Whitley one of the best known men of Stanford died suddenly ast week after doing a hard daya work on the court house lIe was well and around early In the evening but was found dead in bed at 1 oclock in the morning A corpnerj jury nat OR the eaaeand pronounced it heart eMu T ease Whitley was one of the few Catholic negroes in this part of the State and WAS liked by all who knew him I I I 1 PAGE TWOTAEIHDR1l0 nJOtN 15ftp Un APRIL IJdi11 I li I 1 TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL tr1 Established 1872 KVJIIty TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At Jl Per Year In Advance SHELTON SAUFLEY Publisher Entered at the Post Office at Stun ford Ky as Second Class mall 1J r HARVEY HELM fHON f a candldato for reo Congress from the Eighth to the action ol the demo IMcREA TILE MAN AASIGNIFICANT thing about the de which is being made by the coun I try press over the state that former Senator James B McCreary make th- or race for the democratic nomination fort governor next year 5a that it had its or- T igin and has attained greatest force so far in the western counties of the com monwealth the place where the largest democratic majorities come from i iwhen a ticket is to be elected Stu c of politics in Kentucky say that in his previous races McCreary has al ways proven stronger in the central and eastern counties and has bad to make his hardest fights in the western section There can be no doubt but that McCreary would poll all of his old time strength up in this end of the state and with the western end lining up as seems forecasted by the unanimity of ephiion of its country press on the subject the warhorse of Madison would bring out a united party And poll a power of democracy not known in recent years and which no other man in the party who is being seriously considered fQrth gvemorshlp could possibly do There is souse of the democrats mak ing a nomination for governor if a candidate is to be named who is not ac ceptable to all elements of the party one upon whom all factions can unite and one who has the confidence and res pert of the independent voters of thE state Any man who is suspected 01 wearing the collar of any machine bi i it Louisville Frankfort or Lexington or what not will not poll the full dem- ocratici vote let alone attract the inde pendent voter and thinker whp mud I l e secured to make a successful cam- paignI The people will not stand for- man a who is a candidate on behalf o these or any other interests to and the sooner the practical politicians gel this firmly established in their cram unisthe better it will be for them am stateMcCreary can make the race for gov ernor with the solid and reunited dem ocracy bebjpd him with no apologies to make or excuses to oiler He woul designlnlitto furtively further It will require a candidate with these qualifications twin o over ORear There is no use put tiug in a selling plater when the race is going to be for stake horses The people in the country districts where voters are democrats from conviction and love of party and not for greed 01 gain are demanding thnt the party candidate be of the highest and best calibre The sage of Madison has beer tried and not found wanting He cat bring back the halcyon das of democ racy to the old commonwealth Nomi nate him and see a return to the good old days with democrats in the capitol and peace and good will throughout the state from the mountains to the Pur chase Since the above was written Senator McCreary has wired from New York practical assurance that he will heed the great call and become a candidate Public Sale Having sold my farm I will on FRIDAY APRIL 16TH At place 7 miles from Stanford In the Maywood neighborhood sell to the highest bidder all of my personal property Consisting of one splendid work horse one good work mare some extra nice hogs two choice holf ers one thoroughbred Hereford and calf All farming implements consist waKODCdouble horse cultivator- I 2 steel beam Oliver Chilled plows 2 barrpws extra good set of wgon bar uess pi IK gear etc 1 buggy and bar ness lot of corn lot of meat and vInegarhousehold ture1IIpriDcarpets one good sowing machine oqe good range and one coal oil stove both nearly new one good washing machine wringer lot of dishes and other things too numer ous to mention Terms made known f promptlyj P Chandler Auct High Tax In Kentucky Neighboring States Fare Much Bet ter And Expenses Are Less Kentucky has a higher tux rate5Cc on the 100 valuationthan any of the States lying nearby In Indiana it is 33 35100 cents in Tennessee 35 cents in Missouri 17 cents in Virginia 35 cts and in Ohio nothing In the amount of money expended annually by the state government Kentucky ranks well to ward the top Missouri manages to conduct her affairs with a little more than 5000000 annually while Ken tucky has already spent nearly f6000 000 this year with four months remain ing of the fiscal year The State of Ohio employs a system entirely different from her neighboring States She levies no taxes at all on realand personal property but collects the bulk of her revenue from saloons and public service corporations Every saloon n Ohio pays a State license fee of 1000 The revenue from this source has been materially cut down recently by the operation of the county option law which has reduced largely the num ber of saloojs Oldest Man In Casey Dies at His Home in Dunnville = Other Liberty News Jesse Rich the oldest man in Casey county according to the Liberty News died last week at his home in Dunnville aged 90 years 9 months and 15 days He moved to Casey from Tennessee before the civil war and lived on Tennes see Ridge until the civil war He en tered the Union army and fought for his country until Lee surrendered Af ter the war he became a resident of thi west end of the county where he rear ed a large family all girls except W H Rich now living et Harrisonvllle Mo At his death there were five gen erations living going down to his great t great grand chlldren His funeral was preached at Salem last Friday by Elder t J Q Montgomery Theo Austin a young farmer and IJ good man of Dunnville and Miss Ellen Tomes the accomplished daughter oft John Tomes of Coffey drove to Liber ty Thursday and were married by JUdgE WellsQ f Godbey spent Sunday with hia parents Mr and Mrs E J Godbey a Moreland This was Clays 47th birth day birthday and be pleasantly spent it with his father and mother J W Moore Winston Bowman Mes dames Sallie J Humphrey Melliss Belden S C Miracle Wm Lipe and Simon Wesley aro quite ill S G Elliott of Middleburg w here on Saturday and reported James Wesley as recovering from I broken limb sustained some month ago Mrs Melissa Adams is also muc betterMiss FRANCES PORTMAN and littlE e brother Pole visited relatives at Stanford last week Pretty Little Miss Ma bel Wilkinson of Stanford is visitinj her grandmother Mrs John W Moore I H R Camnltz who is making good it this office spent Sunday with his family Hustonville Liberty News TwoDeaths Near Moreland N J Cone the Moreland farmer was in the city today Ht reports the death of Mrs Evans aged 80 years and Mr Burrell aged 90 two of the oldest inhabitants of Lincoln county Mr Cone states that there will be an abnormal of tobacco grown in that locality this aeasonAdvoca- teBEAU NABOTH AWl 1YyBeauNabothbNoval SU record SHJj by Electioneer IvO 1IJetropolltllnl87t by1laribay441fourth byWagnerlxtbseventh dam sired by Thorntons Knttler 10handlWhen he becomes acquainted with the tons of tils limited education you begin to that he Is truly n remarkable harness stnlllon that be must be u great horse Is proved b the wonderful progress that he has wade With very little be hasproven to be tbe champion harness stallion of Kentucky has won over the best boraestbat Kentucky has produced Read of and will betIrehim a saddle mare he will get you a saddrn colt give him a trotter mare will got ou a trotting colt remember Beau Nnbotb Is combined with more record families than CeorgoWilkaElectioneer of thoroughbred to give him stamina Come and tee this hone he lives without n fault be Is perfect from end to end his three crops of colts cannot be excelled by NunnelleystockIM takenfeePETTUBPhone 10RURAL TELEPHONES your home as modern for your family as a city in a position to get the latest market quotations 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 I the benefits received Call or address pur nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tents for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telcphdno service we Mn immediately interest you Our lines cover tho States of Kentu- ckyOT6sneeeee Miasissippi LOUisiana and the Southern portion of Indi J and l i EAST TENNESSEE TEL CO l IJluJOoaATJQ f 1 iii f NI o4J =I S W1to f d r ld 1 Li ooi 0 King Eagle Jr PedgreeSired ST14uru Kiea Eagle RoyalKwall Jackson 72 Royal Kiagt In dam Mollie Mouatt 2584 wu by noted eKe Gtbbells Lexington F S King Eagles Itt dam 3579 the by Eagle Bird Old King Eagle 750 2d dam Red Lion 3d dm Harris Den mark he by Miller Denmuk 45 4th dam by Jim Dell King Eagle Jit lit dam was Mollie Drew non the ovOld Drennon 2nd dam Copper Dot thoroughbredNote King Eagle u fire yean old dark hay with one white hind foot nice more and tail He stands lull 16 34 hands high weight 1425 lbs and well proportioned in every way A combined ttallioa with plenty ol speed lIylclndaClionIInd hit colts ihow that he ua fine He had colts to come lad Spring that the owners refuted 150 for before weaning time He will make the season of 1910 at out barn one mile wed of Wajrnoburg on Fishing Creek at 10 to insure a living colt Mares sad ed paned with of bred elsewhere without my content forfeits the insurance and the money be coma due at the time of such transaction Care will be taken to prevent accidents but not respon able should anv occur Will also stand a GOOD MULE JACK SAM KEENS wed by S T Harris great Billy Keene andout ol a pedigreed jennet Sam Keene it 14 12 hands high black with white He hat proved himself to be a good breeder Will stand at 8to insure a living colt A lien retainedon all colts until the season mocey it paidIC G C R F D 4 WAYNESBURG KY Phone in residence Waynesburg Farmer Ex Insurts Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insuranco Jesse D Wearen The Iwuracct Man i STANFORD KY Residence Phone 38 t Omce IG Insure with me and be fully protected J Ce McClary andtDealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Oatae PbnnellI1 Nome Phone if I B D CARTER asNow Uverv t DepotStreetPhone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentticKy I am a graduate of Jones National School of Auctioneers Chicago and have bad ex penance in the big cattle tales nt the Unlou stock Yards Chicago where we sold some thoroughbreds ai III 11600 Alto In horse tales where 9e sales were made each day Auctioneering Is science and I have studied It with tills idea Bee or phone me before you arrange for your can I make sales toyourudrantage IILON 1i1- Fruit and Ornamental Trees 1 Everything for Orchard Lawn and Harden One Strawberry plants CataloguesNo HF Htllenmeycr Sons LEXINOTON KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs Denier In nnd Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu ments Markers and Potts Cemetery and Lawn Vasos and Betteet Office and works Mc Kinney Ky T0 THE FARMERS handle1 will continue to Fertilisers In the Jumbo and and ask my old patrons to remember me I also ask the patronage of many new customers UOHIPPLK London Ky Spring Summer Stock HaveyuUr measure taken by a tailor of ex pertene Then your clothes whethera low eyenlDItolotbe41wblcb plainly IJlAJintetbe7 ware made toyour measure will olio take your meat topcoatssaaples on pectionHOHtanford Ky L T Almont Dare3228 ASHR ChesterDare atoIfA1xJllab Mambrao 371S he by Alinont 3J 2nd dam Lady Davit by Crit Davit by Bour Lightbylie C by Cunningham CopperboHom 5th dam by Buzzard I NOTE Almont Dare to far as we are able to discover it the first horse on record having to hit credit the honor of Muting with his progeny those of his tire Dignity Dare ownI became a tire he has from I I premium colts shown each year at the county fairs and they are developing into a 6ne jot ol walk trot and 5 gaited ones This horse the tesull of a mating with the best dams and tits obtainable and at a natural result is a fine korse beautiful bay about 16 hands I poundsAj pens going 6 distinct eats all fall true t naturally extremely high A high tailed gelding600 and to Troxy Dare that hu won more iDityDarelion This horse owing to age and location will make the seasori at our stable 2 12milts from HtulonviUe on Hustonville and Liberty pike at 515 to insure a live colt or bred elsewhere renders seaos due Grass in abundance at 2 per month Our at responsibleforinspection invited E S POWELL dr SON- Hustonville Ky I J l Deazley Co Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fui niturejMatting8Rugi They willexchange Furniture for 111 Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Price Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Fish Pennington Insurance and Real Estate All kinds of INSURANCE on nil kinds of property Only the larg est companies represented Rates as low as can be had anywhere t Stanford Ky Phone 200 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with tilt twit ni well at the freshest of cut nora plantt of all kinds bulb potted flowers on abort notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purpose In connection with the above I have all kind of vegetables on hand at reasonable price CnmSTJfAN OIIKBN HOUHK8 Ki UrjHBAKii 11101- 18lanCord K- yCONCRETING conorating and In fact we can make any Ibng fromhouse down to a fence post We can trrreyou promptly and guarantee nftclall pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE I My farm of 57 acres of good land well 1m saleiitthe May wood section House has six rooms New barn and other necessary outbuildings A bargain It sold at once J T LIVINOSTON nF U No1 Stanford Ky JJ BELDEN For house carriage and tlgn painting deco rative paper hanging also trimming of all soon as tops recovered curtains and toots made HtopoyerAldrldges black smith shop West Main 8t Ky Phone NorK J J UHLDKN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my tock of Oro Carlo and g a good bus JteelonjIIIR B MAHONEY Free J T WHITE Secy W S FISH Trcas The Citizens Realty and Title Co Farms houses and lots for rent sale or exchange Persons desiring quick sales or purchases in realty of all kinds Call on or write us at STANFORD KYMPromptness and Reasonable Commissions t Our Specialty Phone 200 l i j o CGjl J Id m li I Pflt II- r r I f- MENS IPFOrDishiDgSt lj 31f i 1 r i + t 4r r f Lest you forget until you need them we will you now of those things you ore compelled to remindI Gthe next few weeks Negligee shirts they are o i3 this season than usual because of their modest f p colorings at 1 and o 150 That heavy un 1 JCtderwear will soon have to give place to lighter 101A cooler shirts and draw I c- El crs nt 50c antl1 each Jf or a union suit at Si h 2nnd2 Gauze hosieryli in 25 50 1 and150ri per pair held in place tii by a 10 25 or 50c 50ct1iEao Q F fit Ifr J Is 0 Q- a a sf e of H J McROBERTSa a Kentuckyo 4 AliaoaaI oslitTriaZfii emi ea a LL1aJkL1 1 + W Ati11 1a mG L Penny It H Coffey E R Coleman Dra Hess Poultry PanacsI m IWill make bens lay euro them t v of disease and keep them in goal thrifty condition t Who increase in the of eggs laid will more nUDlbcrmfor the small expense of WmI PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Ken- tuckyBBBBBBBF18BB n 4 Sp When You Have 1 q Pr daceTo Sell Call H B Northcott v Stanford Ky Phono 1153 j 4erl I THURMAN K TUDOR Manager I I t fIit d r APHID 12th 101 THE INTERIOR JOUfitfAL STANFORD KPAGETEHEE r Ir t Jtw At 250 v jjjpYe show a two eyelet in patent plain kjdsjalsp four eye let POt tip turn sokloxfordsR t- hAt8pJI 3f t show you black suede strop kid oxfords patent tip- tromplnst I comfort sole some On opera last V At 350i 9 tJx y Two strop suede aud patent turn sole ti v 150 to 2 fFor cliildrens patent and gun metal slippers d KentuckyDrugrJ t PERSONALS H WALTER PERKINS of Marksbury has X returned homo after a visit hue W 0 SPEED WH down from Hue tonville Saturday I 1 HOMER WRAY went up to Livingston on business Saturday MRS J W ACTON of Kings Moun tain was In the city Friday MRS J C EUBANKS of Stanford t t bees visiting her mother Mrs Dell fi Perkins at Marksbury MIss DOLUE McIlODBRTa tae ref turned from a short vUlt to the family of W P Givens near Shelby City MISS GOODIE REDD of the East End spent several days with Miss Kltt Leo Huffman MRS W J DOZIER ordors her paper changed from Mt Olivet to Phlladel pfet Miss f W BASTIN who Is now at Nelson lithe rich coal fields of western Ken tucky passed up to his old stamping grounds at Pittsburg yesterday tMRS P II WILLIAMS and children Li r J ire guests of her uncle A II Has- T 1mat Lancaster ilSV C FISII covered iota of territory onbusincis Saturday Ho went from + hereto Moreland early in the morning and got back in time to catch the train Co faint Lick Miss PATTIE IIELM the daughter of Capt Thomas G helm and Mr Ed ward F Vorli were quietly marriedat the home of tho brides father Wednee day afternoon at 4 oclock by the Rev Evrrctte GUI Danville Advocate EDITOR GREEN CLAY WALKER of the Lancaster Record was here yesterday Tile young men of Stanford will give a swell hop on Friday evening April 15th MR AND MRs J B BOURNE and daughters of Garrard and Mr and Mrs Neighbors of Louisville were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs W K War ner Miss ALICE EAZLEY has returned from A several weeks stay In the South MSSSES KATE EADS Lottie Carson and Llasa Holtzclaw are the guests of Miss Jennie Pepples MIss JAVA REYNOLDS of Marets burg Is tho guest of Mrs E J Brown She Is on her way home from Lebanon Junction where she has been visiting MRS L M WESTERFIELD and children are the guests of Mr and Mrs M D Elmore MR AND MRS C B MIRCALE of the Green river section are receiving con gralulliona upon the arrival of a handsome young son MR AND MRS JOHN LYNN and children who have been visiting the fami ly of Chief W Logan Wood have re turned to their home at Hustonville Mrs John S Wells and children have returned from Lexington where they have been visiting the family of Mr J Is Owsley Advocate Former Garrard Man Dies Capt Thomas Austin of Lancaster received information of the death of his brother Jomes Austin at White Hnll III Mr Austin moved to Illinois from Garrard county a tew years BRO IWhy I Notk t1 The i t Best ii r IIlJ I T T TJ f h A Good Shape Shoe Adds More to your Dress than Anything else The best Shoe made o i is the aK1iE1LK1X14w t Holds its Shape Wears r it Longer than any other and looks neater Shoes and Oxfords in Patent Tan GunMetal r 4 arid all kinds at t 5 and 550 r Cummins Wearen y t LTANFORD KENTUCKYI 1 1b I f 7 I IT TAKES A SALESMAN To sell you something you dont want A salesman can come to your homeand sell you an article you never thought of buying We ale not good enough sales man to do that but our aim always is to place such merchandise before you as will sell itself merchandise that shows upon its very face the value in it and re quires no accompaniment of chin music to sell it This is especially true of our line Of ladies new oxfords and strap slippers in gun metal suede and patent just placed on sales Come and look r StnnIIobserved at the Stanford school Friday afternoon when cxerclees were held by every grade and a tree planted by each The Fifth Grade Literary Socle ty held a most Interesting session which ofIprobably the most elaborate yet held greatlyplantingthesung and there was reading in concert Tho Sixth Grado sang Natures Greet- Ings to Birds and Bessie Moore recit ed A Singing Lesion Tho tree planted by thlsgrado was named for Mrs J W Ireland The Seventh Grade sang Planting a Tree and Sallla Mills Craig recited A Monument of Living Green At tho Eighth Grade celebration Marian Grimes recited The Lioden Spalding lull and Wm Grimes recited Ilantjng a Tree and What do we do When wo Plant a Tree and the treo was named for Congressman Har vey Helm Mary Morrison Matheny read an essay at the Sophomore coin bration and John B Hilton gave a rec sangKentuckyhart had read tho governors Arbor Day proclamation and Thomas Coleman bad recited The Forest Song Tho campus In front of tho school building presented an inspiring and In teresting sight as tho children were gathered at their various exercUcs and many mothers and fathers were present to see tho good work Still Selling Booze But Judge Menefee Hot on Trail Of Guilty Ones Solon Craig colored caught a fine of 75 for selling liquor to Jim Tall alsoof color in the police court last week and Judge Menefeo says that ho is going to stick tho limit on all that ho can con vict He had the books of tho express provethation of the defendant in a recent case Jim Tall was given 30 days in jail for beating Kate Miller his sweetheart Mettle Delis Rout who sold some booze daysBothof Ed Salter who Was charged with hitting Dummy Owaley witha pair of brass knucks was transferred to tho court of County Judge Bailey and Salter was dismissed with a line of ono cent and costs Ho proved that Dummy was coming after him with a butcher knife Salter Is a onearmed negro In tho county court Tom Evans the brakeman who is charged with shoot- Ing Buckskin Dalton was to have been tried Saturday but owing to the absence of the witnesses in tho case WAS postponed until next Thursday Rowland Farmers are very busy in this vicin ity getting ready to plant corn and all tIn9 We have three very successful fisher men in our town They are seen wend ing their way to Dixriver every after noonMesdames Mary Martin and Mary JT vere attack of pneumonia Sim Raines of Corbin was tho guest of Mrs Alex Martin Miss Mamie Sutherland has returned to her homo in Corbin Mrs G W Goodrich has returned homo af ter a visit to Mrs Alfred Coulter at Danville Mrs Hill of Dai visit ed her olster Mrs M 0 PL p Miss bollie Singleton of Waynesburg stop ped over on her way to the Normal school at Richmond Mrs Drown has returned to her home at Brodhead at ter a visit to her daughter Mrs Robert Albright V 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 rea sonable for I wont to sell Write me at once Respectfully- C J SIPPLE London Ky LOCALS CountryStore S C D LEGHORN eggs for sale Best laying strain Write or phone Mrs R L Berry Huslonville Ky 710 LOST Saturday between SH Jack sons and Stanford a tailored jacket green white satin lining gloves and a office RewardSthis SUMMER underwear at the Country REV 11 CLAY Idaho nting tho American Christian Missionary So ciety was hero Thursday and preached rt the Christian church that night His coming had notbeen generally known end the audience was not a large one FISHING andbaseball goods at tho Country Store I WANTED MONEY Will buy any old coins you may have Address H Har ris Frankfort Ky CHARCOAL at 1 barrel Wr K Warner Stanford Ky 4t PURl Plymouth Rock eggs I for NunnelleyTurnersville WORKMEN can find best overalls shirts etc at the Country Store I TRY an Ofd Hickory wagon Fence pros rA rite basket of groceries will be given tho holder of the lucky number with each ticket sold at the Theatorium this weekFriday night I 17 POUNDS bf standard granulated sugar 1 at the Country Store FRESHCAUGHT Ohio river big fish at the Country Store today FOR SALE Few niceBuR Orping ton Cockerels Also eggs for batching Mrs W J Holtzclaw Stanford R F D No1 SEED potatoes la wn mowers Ice cream freezers at George HFar BUGGIES of quality such as Colum bus Mager and Brockwny at Pence Bros I RAVE a nice en Black Minorca chickens for sale Also settings of eggs Mrs W H Wearcn Hows This We offer One Hundiwr Donxn Reward for ear MM ot Csurrn this cannot be cured t r Hilll CmUrtH Cure R s CHENEY A 0041olfdo a- We the undertime baY known F Jr Cbeney Cor the lut IS inn and belMTe him perfectly honorable In aU btulnen trannMttoos end financially able to carry out any obimtlon made by by arm WALCIXO KINMAN k MARVIN WaolenM Druccuu Toledo O mill Catarrh Cure M Uftcn Internally actlnc directly and mucous nutacra ol tile System Testimonial MI tree nice TS cent per botft by Femay all Tlllllldjor ooaetipstlon Uncle Reuben In Town Uncle Reuben Williams of Mc KInney was in Stanford on Saturday shaking hands with his many friends Uncle Reuben Is one of the few vet erans of the Mexican war residing in Lincoln county and though far past the allotted span of threescoreandten years he is still hale ana hearty and as asa man a score of years his junior Kills A Murderer A merclieHmurdpfe1 la Appendicitis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing coast pation headache chIlls 25c at Pennys Drug Store Evans Defeated His many Lincoln county friends will regret to learn that W F Evans 0 was running on the democratic Who for mayor of Kansas City was ed by DaHous Brown his republican atlKan F NEW POLISH There is nothing just as good as Whittemore polish If 3 lt want to take the beet care os your shoes see that the m Whittemore is on the bottle or box you get We be M polish for all leathers r Quick White ttlOe AIOc tplSc Baby Elite lOc Star for tan shoes t JOe Midget for oxblood J8c Velvetail for kid lie Suededene forsuedes U 2Sc Shuclean for cleaning white shoes and gloves lOc I Yankee Polish requires no paste J v J9c Albo makes canvass shoes look new Yv Iii Storee rlsithoroughbred GiltEdber r illI L n Hughes T W Humble W O Martin I ICJxfOdSI I We have just received v- ptr spring line of ladies f1 I arid Misses slippers and invite your Iinspection You willtnot find a better I line i anywhere The very latest that the market can furnish in pat ents vicis kid etc Prices from 1 to 350 HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes L STANFORD KENCKVJ r Not Dead Sure I IButreasonably so that we canIand fit you from line of r+ Those who appreciate quality and style will be pleased I our line we buy from specialist who have madea life whllI elsewhere of shoe making oou cannot duplicate the values we W E PERKINS r CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY JS wi e r rWEHave the Superior 2horst corn planter with bothedge and flat dropping plates aiM so the Superior 1 horse planters and fertilizers These planters have been tested 0 and give satisfaction w W H HIGGiNSSta- nford Kentucky 3 Ji CLEMENS HOTEL J L ELKIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY a outside rooms Dommeraial- traweleraaepeelaltya BiwcUl raw by week or month The le a lornter Ltn- Mln county weetiooppinezaa benakete hut him s o I L Ne TINE THBLB No Jl Honth HIM PINo7FSouthieti A r- rNoltNerth eeo o L- NefaNorthaYJ F X- NeWledaaa lf ee5tIsM Joie i ftlAOf to tAGE FOUR I THE INTEB STANPBD n PRIIJ t2t 1e1 SpecialSale 1 Dress Silksr r H This Week Beginning Tuesday Morning Apr 12th And continuing all week we will offer our entire stock of new dress silks at exceedingly attractive prIces We mantiori just a few items to give you an idea of the values to be offered 1131k Ii59c I 95c69c I RJOURWAIJ Full assortment of colors of Printed Japutai silk 27 inches wide never sold under 50c 250 yards of pure silk Taffeta in small stripes and checks lowest former price SOc u 27 inch seminole silk suitings in all colors This is an excellent imitation or nign price silks A very handsome assortment of new colors and patterns of pure silk 24 inch printed Foulard silks never sold less than 75c a Handsome printed Foulard silks full 40 inches wide Genuine Mirage silks in various colors usual price 135 J Excellent quality of the popular changeable Taffetas full 27 inches wide I These Prices Are Good Only ForThis Weel Shirt Waists have just have We love these up to 10 each but we to our lines at 2 5L50 nil I toc Suits and Dresses thin white for wear and commencements at 250 to 5 up by H A B Robertson Bro Danville Kentucky TilE WARFIELD JtG1 RonlreltlnneyKyAV in nt Vlllime fnrni fastA rrtitV by Dare Devil S09 a IRI110W be wou seveq chntiit damtofl old record sire of American BUln Uiree years record XU i and rB otb rs y4i lilt R eon ot Onward lil1 record Y2y fnItt Onwnnl ana ITS other I- ntnt Onward wa sired by Ueo Wllks fit lien Dam Duernm Hired by thelvseadtIMdOLreofIS In SJO hit fourth dtMIl Topaz 40M sire of SO In 2Xi Hut Fifth dam Willard by ForeatatenthIielyextra high class horse not wellh 12 cy S MEETI Lodxtf Alof1U meet CODlInlJnltU BOn eapb Ont nlBflU btoiicU iiiouthut DWlock br main truf tHtauKy fiL We received more than 30 new white and lingerie waists We believe these be the very best values we ever cqll special attention 1125 and usually Our now at its best that the best in Central Silk dresses tailored in nod linen linen dresses suitable street 40 Skirts Silk woietri the hundred Trl 19OIrbred winning HllvfrroK Mnmbrlvo Iltrathrnore Albion Warfleidlsnn offered dresses good coat and carrlea nice head un hub IsasuretrotterherteQpedtnWdny II truly made grand Individuality and bred In lines that entitle 10 tire of note seeing that e great horse Devil SOU latter earned the title of Monarobot lioinu stretch while on turf and after tbe stud acquired Iwpqrlsliablo renown ss sire Not only have bare DevlU proved llreat- rnee horse tbo family has tDrnbbed- mnAT noted bow wlanen ai well Darn IeVil and Mabrlno King both ing show itollloni National ringthanWill t IonrH farm mile fromMgKluneyKyrat15 to insure BrlgBadYOUDgboth ildeIIU coils told StanfordI1Isfoal getter In every way ts Insure HO- NtKluney IIy t SAVE YOUR FOWLS Boa boa Care is the of world It U remedy tket con depeeded see with bsoluLe eertIWt1 to cure and pravBlt I onpttmberneclt of poultry eases A drops drinking water Keeps fowls I the from disease A 60o bottle makes 1 gallons of medicine For treatment of Blackhead and other disease In turkeys I ourb poultACuThHAS i N0IIEDUAL IItIlllDafaaomf Bourbons Remedy Co lOa BottlcT Trial Vial Fras = I 111 Sold Bv SHUOARS twirl 1t trtJIASO btco1n No F A ifeitUttml unit ttiftl Monday lyw In hall I twill Memtool IItKer lIreI epranlly Invited to be prevent T W Pens s ataagt ttHec I r C o Cd f a styles o linen shirt to bal n tall a u111 A a ho Ian of tb race and the the tbo to a the but ring a be of 1Jre n ou for Ueli to H A f a Standard the the be dltow n the and 2 by stock and Ken suits wool from famous Progenitor retirement champion makltth MOWKNH Poalfrr recocnUed poultry tucky Brlguoller IIraisedLexioponKr orsted II MAIILead Prults pr I TANNf en lod tra io q is is son our one Ii- ii one tL 1 U So AA W M l W A TRIBBLE Furniture and Undertaking r r t A flay Pbono 2 Night Phone 133 Stanford Kentucky t r ffjLi Red 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 an pedigree he by C F 218 1st by Red Wilkes RedLllthts aam was Day Maid by Cccllltn E son of the great Gambetta Wilkes dam Nell by old BaUora 3rd dam NoonJay by St Elmo 4th dam Mid TwlllJbthvWagner promIslnA saylmg that with his form speed and action that ho Is bound to prove a great slock horse Will stand at ray livery barn In Stanford at 815 to insure a living colt money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with Be sure 10 tee him before breeding your good mares G G BEAZLEV Stanford Ky PERCBERONe Sidi62761 e Imported from France 1007ifoale 1904 NunnolelStocattfltitolnsurgalivingcelIk 9 pastuhxi fit 1t2b0 nei arbaMj Phone W4 WOWALKER Stanford Ky iWhey Hungry 000 Carsons Restaurant Lancaster Htrett Htanford K Meats served at all hours up to 1130 r x Dell place lu Vri for a good quick meal Cooking to suit our customersnurspeelulty Splendid now line of fancy Groceries 1101 Coffee Handwlcbes pies Butter rail and sweet iullketfat all times war A CARSON Prop NOTICE I otMraowInginimedlatoly PKUITTAdmlnlntrntor e Auctioneer I I I offer my crvlce the people of Un IIollInrtlonjuaronteedMoreland Ky It F D No1Residence Turnersvllle Many Thanks Editor S M Saufley of the 5ttinforI- NTBRIOR JOURNAL is a live wire Th front page of the I J nosy looks like dallyDanville I r j+ = = I tJ PAM1ltdi DIPUTJDn st u 1 let ei 4tnqt 1ih4 gekd IKaysar d mulea fcr lisle J irpee if fordale1 eaJtonville Ky 4t threeyearoldborse Mrs Richard T Lowdnws of tha city hay had the lives of Edna May and Princess Sonia her two great horses Insured for 3000 each Advocate J K DaURhman Huatonvlllo wil stand a fine German coach ttallion and a Rood Jack See ad next issue Two ewes came to my place Owner can Ret them by paying for ad and their keep M B Carson Moreland 133 R 1 Hubble bought horn Green Gooch of WaY Hburg 1Q small mixed cattle for 200 altfrommatched teams Phono 46 Jaa II Baughman Stanford Ky Foa SALB Pure Boone county white seed corn 125 per bushel See sample at Lincoln County National and First National Banks Also 1C bushels of EmbryJrLAND ROLLERS doubledisc harrows and drag harrows Hoosier corn plant ers and all kinds of harvester machin ery at Fence Bros Buy harness of a regular dealer where you can get quality J C Mc Clary 100 BALES of timothy and some clover for sale Mrs F B Barnett Huston ville Ky- Everything pertaining to the farm continues to sell well tn Lincoln according to Col J P Chandler who hangingForkOrchard rut week He says that at the Lear sale horses brought from 75 to 140 Jersey cows about iOi corn 325 a barrel farming implements high Black Minorca hens SO cts At the Singleton sale the storehouse sold for 1000 Crab Orchard bank stock lUG per share the mill 300 a span of routes X40 corn 275 a barrel year HER cattle 18 and milk cows 40 I WILL sued J D Eads fine black stallion Black Joe at my barn in Crab Orchard Sea pedigree in next issue J C Bailey JerseybullsA splendid lot of cattle were on the market here Monday and a big crowd of buyers wore present J M Roberts of Pulaski brought ever a bunch at d fidnero of NIcholasville he sold a hunch steersdwas brisk demand More sales reported Friday Markets Cincinnati April 11 Cattle Re celpta 346 market steady fair to good shippers 675 to 8 Common 2 75 to Cc Hogs Receipts 3069 market 10 seats higher butchers and shippers 1075 to 1080 common 7 to 980 Sheep Re 685Lambsmarket DONVARRICK This magnificently bred young jtallkn will season of 1010 tit tny itnbunear Htanford Ky on the Hbolby city pike Verriekdtrpfl of the trotter IUeltOn1lanlIn a seven heat race la lair llenDuMellluilalbeau and sold for f000 Don Varriekli edeaeot lyllkeHt n TranITanlatnthegreeteatcuit In 1W- 8Onward Silver U by Onward one of the WllkexOnwardatire 01 that family of trotters andnon Vnrriek l t dam datertoleno Fatcben the dam of Rubber SHO andoilMaillenlnlUlen v donnerIhnLexington track At III month la lMW and old toN WHublnuerof Huw Huren for IAerlbaltrotted Donkrarely ever leaves till toetln 9 weeks handling last Fall htttrottf1 b Qdar lhitlenndtrack Ileaw note the rich Inheritance of speed on both sides not R inlMlng link generations llreedtotbl fellow and you cnnt mist the tour svgrr breeder look for size disposition epee look See him before booklngTOttr mares Heason money duo mire are with or brod to another horse Mare kept nt JOc rreeaponaIblalnrucoldaltkteporeaceres Von properhandllnllAlso At mineplnoo Two Mighty Jacks Two OftirtOX and RUSHKf Clifton 1 n blnck jack wib tight points 4 years std lint 16J J hnndi high with n matchless head and ear won Allton a rangy neck blll plenty bonounrtsabitonco and ai r breeder he is not syrpaesa- LRUSSEL rl n block Jock with llglit point ycnrod lait AUKUit full IS 4 lands with as much nnlih and action as a horse nll as n brooder be In the equal of any Jack Both of insuredpreventnafterJuneto P WOODS JHWOPmt s l fi r t When you buy a suit of clothes get New York styles all wool at SAM ROBINSONS Stanford Ky L EEEEEEE1 11SHOES OXFORDSI a Shoes ClothingQuality t L L SANDERS 1lICrab Orchard Kentucky II1E1EEEE 1UIfyou hue to sell tho STOCK LINErTake to New Stock Yardstbuy stl every In year except Sunday Wring on your stock nest the Slate with plenty ccd and water best covered pens oaUiilo or Lnttiavillo or Lexlngtii r STANFORD KY We also do general hitch and feed busine M W L MCART Vlwu E C WALTON 1res I R IIUO 111298 A Stanford Real Estate Co Stanford Kentucky Farms and Town Property Handlctf on CoramlMion Stocks and Bomb Sold If you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us Write for Circular to LfR HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky Tinning Plumbing Heating yourhousePorcelain Bath Outfit Have W K WARNER to inelaH your country vatcc works with reasonable prices and guarantee V1We carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing and Roofing Paints Call and sea us Telephone 188 W K WARNER Stanford Ky Polled Angus Bull I will stand my thoroughbred Polled Angus bull at place onijumefict iJlbu a IM Mo ney duo whoa cow known to beJ with calf or paste froip O WIOrB1 Stanford Ky jl trfiI f1r i t anything in r r Nunnelleys He Qid s day the market iu of t a T I f J v f also J my K Boone County White Seed Cn FJflld alctedbutt d tipped ihtltod and graded for edge drop or any planter Iwf bu Will deliver at HUaforJ Ky next court day WAfTOK E MMa- Lanoatter Ky u t