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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): n. Friday, April 15, 1910. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton, Stanford, KY 1910 int1910041501 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 15, 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. I f f k qh It J I = j s7 7 w t t- f h ffit f1Jft r jfr y 7f r i 1 t tev t I 14 j x It 1 j JI Ir y 1 J 1 r am ft t L f f 1 JX H 1ItJ o r 11HE INT O JOURN4qt r r 4 doo s It 1LxuY1i STAIoQU FRIDAY APRIL 15 if10 lI014 t PROiWENT DISTILLER t PASSES AWAY l or Dies at Home Near ttorU Creek As The Result t n Of Blood Poisoning VJefeaTrayW one ef the best known ftletr part of the state and T b ntkieetet th county pawed N 4 ymt hR botte in U Gilberts Creek MaMiBi f ihts county Wednesday Fo- rwHrihei + had operated the John Tssjlir lottery at Gilberts Creek hit hMfttr Heftry Traylor operating the lltlketiastktil1erpfartherup en Dk- jfy riew Mr Traykw had ten In ill- S hsalM fee aoees lime and while his ttLhist1 t WM v uH aMUra were with him when the w itilawat4 led MW that the loving hue I 4handaitd flacks la no more they have 4ilw a pathy of everyone Yr Trapler WH beta In Lwcoln county aadaited here practically all his life IxUn hit wife he to survived by five i clthnMn Ivon Filth of Crab Or bargain S K Dttddew of this 4tyv Mfea Pally Daane Trayler and two yegiir aWhtert twins THlt af Mr Traylor was co- nthtdi4at 4 eeteekTfwrsday afternoon y kj RtrV J G LivtafptM of Crab Or 4 hard Interment was In the Goshen i Dies of Pneumonia tSweet Young Girl Passes Away t Near Hustonvillc J 13fL 4 Rear on I dli3K price cHad at their home Wed- steeedtr Jfta short lllfwM of pneu msfria waa a sweet child and very IMfWlur with all tad her love la a so t vere wee to Mr areflts Huektft 4 J L Fagaley No More i J L FWy a prominent resident I Jtf lihe Wavnesburx community died at burledr9tn MeUHxHet church Mr Fagaly J K Rae it years of age He came to Lta eele eIo1 from Ohio and had the i A rwtiieetof everyone who knew him lie iaMiIr M sy three chlld- rj Mr Fags death was caused by congestion of ttdw lusts He bad been ill but a short hf l t4phtiaberlaie Stomach and Ltver f V nature in dririnc all im J 1ltt the system laearinff a condition and restoring t tlerpaI of the itedy to health and geld by G L Peon- yWAYNESBURC L 5nr to the wife of Sherman May a flsebejjf Jibs Lean Singleton who has been ill ltkJJeume is rapidly im provingJ Griffin and family have return ed to alter a few months sojourn In Indiana Miss Elsie Single ton was with her aunt Mrs A B Mar- C test week Messrs Moore awl Wall and Miss Belle Moore visited at I Mrs H H 9isgletone Rev w S Taylor hit appoint- meat atthta place Saturday and Sun I tey 1i1 iThesocial entertainment given by the L Ot T M of this place was a eaeees 813 being cleared The Mac I o He drill of 21 conducted by M cajrledtoereel rdr was maintained 7 Christian Church There will be joint meeting of the Ladies Aid Society aid the C W DA M In the lecture town of the Christian church Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock A full attendance is urged tomake fin arraRgeeaents ta for convention Every member of the church is requested to make a special effort tbbe present at the unite school next Sunday to secure the emrentioa banner for the largest attendance Every family and especially those who reside in the country should be provided at all times with a bottle of Chamberlains Liniment There is no telling when it may be wanted in case of an accident or emergency It basset excellent II all cases of rheuma iaiBi apraios sad bruises Sold by G t Penny 1IC Bottom of ShebyCity beae itt 4x Ssptimbsr delivery 35 ste n fr ai- V fa CooJat 3WM ff Col Belknap Dead Col Morris P Belknap republican candidate for governor against Gov Beckham in 1901 die l at his home in fvouuvllli Wednesday afternoon He was 51 yearTof age and one of the wealthiest men in Louisville Free Seed Corn Will Be Given Away And Grow ers Organized Todayi W H Strange representing tho State Department of Agriculture will he in Stanford this Friday afternoon about ucluck for the purpose of form tog a torn Grower Association and distributing three buihela of seed corn free to the members of the association Much Uiiod ties been accomplished by these ur stiisilnin of com growers I and a much better and more prolific crop of COM U being produced every j ubIutlr selection of the seed corn Every farmer in Lincoln county who ruiici turn i urged to be present and Join the association which costs nothing and get tome of the seed corn Court Day Sales Six Hundred Cattle On Market And Demand Brisk For All There were altogether about GOO cat tie on the market here court day and practically every one of them changed hands Stockmen and tradera from all over this part of the state were on hand at Nunnelloya stock yards ajd there was a brisk demand for everything that waa offered So good ia the market here that Mr Nunnelley has men over the surrounding country look lug for cattle to buy and then can cot secure enough to satisfy Uio demands that are made upon him He bought from C A Hammond of Russell county 78 mixed cattlo at from 2J toBJc Mr Hammond and U T Solby also of Ruiiell ought 64 steers from Charley Pile of the McKmney section and Immediately told them to M J Farris of Danville A T Nun nelley told to George Peel of Jeaaa mine 50 cattle at 4f to 5ic He sold to Mr Farris of Danville 21 cows at 2Je to 4I eta and sold a bunch to liar rig Bros of the Hubble section at Cc Anderson Carr sold six yearling Jersey to heifers to Lutes Arnold at a good figure Jones I Crew sold 12 700peand cat tie to lUll of Garrard county at Sc They tOld to M J Farm K cows at 8c and bought a number of hogs at 9c for delivery May let William Spoonamore sold a glee iron gray mare to J J Seevera for 175 and the latter was offered 200 for her shortly afterwards T C Rankin bought of L Rankin 16 twoyearold cattle at 35 Had Key To London jail George Farmer who made hla escape from the London jail in a mysterious manner last Friday was captured in Pulaiklcounty by Deputy U S Marshal George Thompson and Frank Mul line and is again in custody of the jail- or of Laurel A key to a aide door that ia never wed anXVhjjch had been lest for some tlau hen the present jailer took charge nwa found ia MJJI of the prison eraesheesStill t In Rockcastle Collector F PO Elliott of this clt1madea raid on Skagga Creek in Roekeaatle and d41etr at1ne Goppat atStandcoenpiete outfitfoV dia tllltfiK M whisky with several hundred gallon of bearand mash It wise one of the beet equipped plants for making moonshine whisky ever Qpt red lathe mountains Lefidbn Demo cents Prompt relief in all cares of throat and lung troubeuifyouuae Chamberlain Cough Remedy Pleaeantto take soothing and healing m effect Sold by GI Penny Druggist Acquitted In the circuit cpurt at Danville W A Reynolds the Junction City drug gist was acquitted of the charge t- eUlng liquor illegally The evidence bowed that the whisky was sold on the prescription of a creditable physi clan To Receive Census Reports trueteesWlynit burKAprll2111t grab Orchard 36thGh BRQMRQFiOCALMAN KILLED BY EXPLOSION Walter Warren Receives Sad News Of Fearful Death Of A T Warren In Texas Arthur Thomas Warren brother of Walter Warren of Stanford was one of the victims of a premature exploe ton of powder on the Santa Fe railroad thoIscrew and It is believed that his body was blown to atoms as he was imme I diately in the neighborhood of the ex plosion In which eight others were kill ed Mr Warren received several tele grams this week to the effect that no trace of his brothers body had been found lie directed that every effort be made to find it for burial if he was dead Some believe that his body was buried under tons of rock The dispatcher from the steno of the catastrophe said that 1600 pounds of dynamite was touched off prematurely and the explosion sent men and debris hundreds of feet Into the air The men were working in n deep cut and caught the full force of the fearful blastIThe mining victim had lived here In Lincoln county for some time several yeara ago and had visited his brother here High Value On Dogs Tom Hackley Refuses to Swap Fox Hound For A Mule J T Hackloy Jr Is the boss fox hound breeder in thla part of the coun try He has just shipped dogs to six different states and nearly all his ship menu have been to old customers showing that they are pleased He sent one to Mississippi two to Tennessee one to Oklahoma one to Ohio one to New York and one to Illinois Mr Hackley values his hounds ao highly that he refused an offer to trade one for a mule made him by Geo Holmes last week At the prices mules are selling at present this puta a prettj high valuation on fox hounds Mr Hackley breeds the old Walker strain of dogs and thinks they are the best in the world Hubble Everybody is busy getting ready to plant corn Farris Fitzpatrick and wife are both on the sick list Uncle Charley Duke Is laid up with a sore foot the result of frost bite- Tobacco men are complaining that their tobacco beds are not coming up A P Sloan sold a mare to Wm King of Boyle for 150 A A Rankin sold some twoyearold cattle to T C Ran kin at 35 a head Miss Nannie Sloan has returned t Berea after spending several daya with her parents here tobaccobarnto build a large tobacco barn Mr Gooch of the Highland section will saw his lumber R F Sloan writes from Nevada Iowa that he is well pleased with the country The lamp In Mrs J L Sloans incu bator exploddietting the house on fire She succeeded In putting it out but was slightly burned about the head and face J N Sloan of Bryantsville visited his brother A P Sloan Sunday McKINNEY reorganlaed afternoon Preaching at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and night by Rev Colemah Mtaa LIpps who is teaching a sub scription school at this place 6 making a success of it Miss Edith Robertson of Browns cousinMissHodapCoUmbus Singletree Co George Rlffa isWorking thlni trick at the depot taueh to the delight of his friends Mtaa Hettie hats rV turned home for a visit before going to positioninThe honor roll of the UclCinneyichri OlllerumpHelen MIMLlppethethis term and the patrons are much pleased I A WYOMING GrilL will be presented at Waltons Opera llouse on Monday night April 18 It II beautiful playof Western life and thf characters are highly recommended Miss Daisy elton who Iii etarrlRfC In the part of Sciir tors beautiful and pictures due creationtot Western life Remeov bar t alght April 18 t Came Back to Cods iCounfry I THOMAS D NEWLAND JR Who Is back in Stanford to manage his fathers big nor utter ten years as a leading rile ni in of Danville Taken to Louisville John Outtlcy Reid Improved Suffi ciently To Co In Automobile John Owsley Reid has improved to such an extent that he was taken to Louisville in an automobile Tuesday and will have the personal care of Dr McMurtry his kinsman in a hospital there Despite the heavy downpour it was felt that Mr Reids condition was such that he would run no risk in being transferred overland in his motor carMr Reid has had a long and hard tussle with the dread typhnld fever but tie many friends are delighted to know that he seems to have conquered It and it is believed now to be but a question of time as to his ultimate recovery JRailroad Fined For Carrying Over A Gallon of Booze Per Passenger Into Harrodsburg The latest wrinkle in the fight the officials of Harrodtburg are making to keep booze out is the fining in the police court last week of the Southern railroad to the tune of 50 and costs in each of three cases amounting to 150 The charge against the railroad was that it had on three occasions carried a person as a passenger upon a ticket paid for by him and in addition to car tying the passenger carried with him more than one gallon of whisky from Lawrenceburg into Harrodsburg The proof showed that on one occasion three gallons were brought in by one party on another occasion three gallons and a quart and on another two gallons and three quarts The railroad claimed that they did not charge anything for car rying the whisky but charged the par ty alone ior carrying hlmand that their ticket obligated them to carry the er and personal baggage to the amount of not exceeding 150 pounds and that the whisky brought in each time waS lees than that In weight It admitted that iMt had brought it in as freight It would be guilty but denied that it was carried as freight- It was argued for the city that if this was true any man who wanted to sell Whisky in Harrodsburg could go tq Law renceburg and for 114 could bring in a 150 pound keg all for the price of a ticket and further that the local optic n tawiliraltedtamoupt of whisky a man could bring in as baggage to not exceed one gallon Judge Grimes took this viewof the aka aiid ie1d that the company WM guiltyih lVtbree cases The Markets Cincinnati April lSCattJeRe ceipte 5G6 market active steady to ac Itro fair to good shippers 676 6j HogsRe1celptsbutchers arid shippers 1030 a 1040 common 7 075 She p RecelptJJ I 281 market steady 375 t 675 Lambs Market steady 625j 8 i5I Kilte AMurdeert A merciless murdpreris Appendicitis with many victims But 8 New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver Iad kowelt iireventingthat clogging that Invites consti headache b4lloueneae chili Sc atPeaayaDrug Store I 1 End of Celebrated Case The Tennessee supreme court affirm ed the sentence against Col Duncan B Cooper for the murder of former Senator Edward W Carmack but reversed the sentence against Robin J Cooper on the ground of errors Before the dissenting opinion had been read in the case of Col Cooper Gov Patterson Issued a pardon to the convicted man Clark Farris Dead Garrard County Veteran Dies At Confederate Home News was received here Wednesday of the death at the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley of R Clark Farris who has been living there for about two years having been stricken with paralysis He was long a resident of Garrard county and no man In this part of the State was better known or stood higher in the esteem of all Mr Farris was 72 years of age at the time of his death He was a brothe of the late John R Farris Mr Farris wife died some years ago and he leaves one daughter Mrs George Holmes of Lexington one brother T S Farris of California better known as Bub and three sisters Mrs John Engleman St and Mrs C V Gentry of this city and Mrs Sam Engleman of Cal ifornia He was a member of Capt Bob Logans company as was his brother John and served with Morgan being captured on the Ohio raid He and his brother saved the life of Col Grigsby when Morgan and his brave men swam tho Ohio river Grigsbya horSe was killed at half way and the two brothers at great peril to them selves turned their horses and thoir colonel grasping a stirrup leather of each saddle they landed him safely on the other shore Mr Farris remains were buried in the old soldiers cemetery at the Home where so many of his brave old com rades lie there to await the last reveille on resurrection morn MrC V Gentry went to Louisville yesterday to attend the burial Return Game Will Be Played at Danville Today Hustonvilles Lineup The Stanford High School team goes to Danville this Friday afternoon torI a return game with the nine of the D D Institute As the latter are seek ing revenge for their lo inning defeat here last Friday a hard contest is expected The Hustonville base ball team has received a letter from J Hal Grimes manager of the Harrodsburg team inquiring about the organization of an amateur league to be composed of Har rodsburg Huatonvillo Lancaster and Stanford The Hustonville boys bave a good team this year the lineup be log as follows Bishop C Swope or C Dunn Pi Swope 1st B m Dunn 2nd B Neal 3rdbC Dunn SS Stagg LF Hall CF Carpenter RF Home Cure For Eczema A Does it not seem strange that so many people Buffer year inandyear out with eczema t A 25 cent bottle of a simple wash stops the itch and will surely convince any patient This wash composed of mild and soothing oil wintergreen mixed with thymol and glycerine etc and known as D D D Prescription We do not know how long the D D D Laborato ties will continue the 25c offer as the remedy is regulary gold only in 1 bot ties and has never before been put on the market on any special offers If you wintreilef tonlght try a hot tld at 25c on our personal recommenda two Shugara Tanner 4 louisville Starts Well The Association opened its season Wddneedayand Louisville last seasons pennant winners defeated Columbus 6 to 0 on thtrlatters grounds Toledo won from Indianapolis 5 toO Milwaukee beat St Paul 2 to 1 and KansaaClty defeated Minneapolis 10 to 5 TUB Literary Society of the Fourth entertaintldefy and Annie VanArsdale Craig secretary John G White has been appointed postmaster at Winchester and again Bradley scores HOW TO SECURE CO OPERATION OF PARENTS Teachers At City Schools Write On SubjectPaperThat Was Considered The Best TimE teachers In the Stanford city schools have had regular meetings thro muthtorofbetteringstudy they have just completed a text entitled Chamberlains Standards In Education How to Secure the Co operation of Patrons was a subject meetingAthe one which follows was regarded as worthy of publication they all deserve to bo published for good thought and well defined plans are in each one Thisfwill go to show some that often while the pupils and patrons sleep the teacher is studying for the interest at each This was written by Miss Claudia EatonINTEREST AND COOPERATION OF PARENTS r In referring to the mighty sovereigns of powerful nations we speak of the power behind the throne yet in the pursuits of practical life naught fa mentioned of the hand that shapes the destiny of so many of our fellow work ers The renowned inventors authors statesmen orators and other learnedNmen of our land have had some rotes tive however small it may have been through which they have achieved their great work and whereby they have climbed round by round the ladder of b success only at last to attain the summit of all glory and fame That word of encouragement to a struggling apprentice or that determination im parted to the fainthearted was the power in its results behind a weak and tottering throne As we mold the character of tile children of today so will the citizens of tomorrow be The child is the throne the parents the power behind the throne The mothers and fathers are the keepers of the key to the lives of their children With this precious ar title they may turn to the right which leads to the path of righteousness or to the left which opens to the road of wrongdoingFor has the boy the same feel log of respect and reverence as for his father Even the most willful and d if obedient are influenced to a greater oraless extent by the words of warning thatfall from the lips of his parents The parents spare no expense that their children may be well clothed well fed and last but not least well trained The children are finally sent to school placed under the thorough training of a qualified tutor and as far as the par ents are concerned their duties are completed at this stage In the pedagogical profession tho successful teacher in order to accom push the most satisfactory work en perrectly assistance of the parents How can a teacher who has had a child under her or his instruction for the brief period of a month understand the disposition lort40rmovement with a mothers care and a fathers pride The teachers aim is io herliespupils the best results that they are impossibletonero Yet the teacher has 30 or 40 pub I pits of various inclinations What then i is to be done A few daya after a zealous teacher takes charge of a class she will be able if called upon to do soto go down her roll call writing after each pupils name industrious ambitious mlschlev out indifferent apt dull nervous careless or even troublesome of course In each case uslnqthe word applicable It to the child as a pupil Now that the t1tbatstudent she seekstoremove the cb atacle There is t eboy who cared nothing about school except to give s possibleandtoToo tea ber reads him aelior tells him of the value of an education all to to avail Then she tells him of the pleas Wastoable reproaches him the result is even luthope e hardenedby triedfirsther resources are exhausted and shefgives in d lrBy chaws she asks for his assistance In a trifling at 5 fair realizteContinded w 1w a+ d+ywptr s aWzyiJ N 3 t ti f Iot t ivc n r j PAGE TWO 13tl1 nhtitj T TJI cAL STANtfoilb EY e APRIL lCtiH10 utcp M L r 11 fiji INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 BVHRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At Jl Per Year In Advance SHELTON SAUFLEY PublUher Entered at the Post Office at Stan ford Ky as Second Close mall HON HARVEY HELM ot Lincoln county a candidate for re Kire nomination for it from the htghtli district ulJpct to the action of the demo fratlu party AND still they come The papers of the Eighth Congressional district areI not going to be laggards and permit the other country papers of tho state to secure all the honor and credj it of demanding that this districts favorite son ia the Moses to lead the democratic childrenjout of the wilderness The Danville Advocate views the situ ation well In this editorial That the straight and welldefined path out of the slough of despond for the dem ocratic party in Kentucky is the nomiJ ination of James B Mcdeary to serve a second term as governor of the commonwealth can not be logically disputed by anybody conversant with circum stances as they exist at the present time No other name that could be mentioned would have the same ten dency to unite thellfactlons and none other would besurer of an election Having ably and honestly served his fellow citizens in every position to which they exalted him in the past laving won the esteem and respect of his political enemies as well as the love andadmiration of his friends and hav ing once made the State what is known in its history as the model governor a F he could again be induced to enter the gubernatorial arena there is not a 1 republican opponent who could sue cessfully stand before him And what a stepupward it would be from Willson to UcCrearyJ Just think about it lara moment contrasting the conditions pre vailing when the latter was governor and those existent at the present time and which are likely to be perpetuated indefinitely if republicanism is agai successful by the mistake of the dem ocracy in nominating a weaker cam I date and who is there that will say McCreary is not the Moses to lead th children of Israel into the promise- land Notice Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned committee of the fiscal court for moving the rock from the wall around tho courthouse yard to the workhouse Lowest and best bidder GO RIGHT AT IT 1 Friends Neighbors Stanford Will Show You How Get at the root of the trouble Rubbing an aching back may relieve it but it wont cure it You must reach the root of Itthe kidneysDoans Kidney Pills go right at it Reach the cause relieve the pain They cure too so Stanford people- say Capt Thomas Richards W Main Street Stanford Ky says Many years ago my kidneys began to trouble me My back grew BO lame that I could not stoop and I slept poorly at night Sometimes an almost complete retention of tho secretions existed then I had a frequent desire to pass them When the secretions were voided a burning pain was in evidence I finally had the good fortune to learn of Doans Kidney Pills and I commenced their use This remedy gave me great relief and in view of my experience I consider it the best preparation of its kind I have ever taken I have recommended Doans Kidney Pills to scores of people and everyone has reported that good results have followed their use For sale by all dealers Price 60 cents FosterMilburn Co BafTalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other accepted Bids also received for the purchase of the old fountain The highest and best bid will be accepted This is a cash sale Applications for the dirt to be removed from the yard will be received at same time wSi U==The committee reserves the right to reject any and all bids and at plica tbns All bids and applications must ba fil ed sealed with one of the committee on or before 10 oclock a m April 19 1910J P Bailey W S Burch Comtee Farmers should eat more oatmeal Although the farmer of today is able almost he wants to enoughnto his own table If he has been watching the extcn sive researches and experiments on tie of the best human thedrom Quaker Oats Quaker Oats Is mentioned because it is recognized in this and Europe as the best of nil oatmeals farm hands on Quaker Oats means getting more work out o them than if you them on anything else For hot climates it is packed in hermetically sealed tins regular size package lOc U ElectroMedical Baths for the sick lMrtM givingElectroMedicalsame as that given at the famous Spas of Europe and some of the Min eral Springs and large Sanitariums in this country for the cure of ner vous and chronic diseases 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 causes diseases of the skin and mucous surfaces the heart and arteries brain and nervous system muscles and joints The uric add condition n the cause of Rheumatism in iu various forms alto disease of kid lIe and bladder asthma qtriruy and bronchitis catarrh eczema biTes itching and burning of the kin palpitation of the heart cold hands and feet dizziness mental depression melancholia neural f gia chorea hysteria numbneu headaches and a great variety of purely nervous symptoms Oldage and people of middle life are the greatest sufferers but the young are sot exempt A course2 to 4weeksof our Elettro Medical Bath cleanses the system of the uric acid and other toxic compounds and by removing the cause of disease sivea quick reliand a lasting cure These baths IB connection with our Violet Light Treatment relax nerve tension produce sound steep improve appetite and digestion and b so doing cure nervous diseases headaches insomnia oeorastheaia nervous exhaustion melancholia etc Obese ot over fat people get rid of 7 to 10 pounds per week without injury to heart or appearanceYou or friends FREDERICK DEHAVENM D I MILLS BUILDING TELEPHONE 496 DANVILLE KENTUCKY GEORGE HUR handsP2430if5 lyd in the state Will make the season af I my place at 10 to insure a living colt Colts chin be seen at my place r They show for themselves 1 inKsure a MS BAUGHMAN StanfordKy RURAL TELEPHONES cityjat any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service 1 which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small comparedwith r the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far mere Liao rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we ntuckyxl Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL A TEL CO- t hAroproaAttt- Dlt t Sequel No 251 2 Owned by J B Sandidge Hus tonville Ky Bay stallion left hind foot white foaled Nov 17 1004 sire Prospect by Dignity Dare 1882 Dam 191 by Black Squirrel 58 Sd dam Daisy Denmark 188 by Suin nmark Jr 3rd dam Fannie Wallace 56 by Sir Wallace Sequel is one of those full made ones with two good ends and a middle is an extra individual in every respecl just such a one as you see winning the blue ribbons in tho show is fine gaited never- touches himself anywhere and is a very high going on nIl round He has won 16 blue ties in show rings never defeated Come and see this grand colt he is worth going miles to see Sound This horse will make the season at Hustonville at li50 to insurb living colt Lafayette I r Have the planter bothedge V- v dropping plates so 1 horse V planters and fertilizers These planters been r satisfaction 4 W H 1InsurssJTobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Mao STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Office Mi Insure with me and be fully protected C Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY O n Ibonet07 Home B 4 CARTERN- ewLiverDepot Streot Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentucKy I am a graduate of Jones School of Chicago and have had ex perle nee Inthe big cattle sales at the Union stock Yards Chicago where we told some thoroughbreds ai hilib as I1J0 Also In horse tales wncre gee alel were made each day Auctioneering U a science and I have I studied It with thus idea See or phone me before ou for your sale can Everything for Orchard Lawn nod Harden Strawberry plants Free No Agents HF Hillenmeyer Sons LXJN TON KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Mon u meats Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees Office and works McKinney Ky TO THE FARMERS theJumboold patrons to remember me I also ask the patronage of many new Ky Spring Summer measure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whether pries business suit or tbe finest eVenlnI oiothesw111 have that IndIviduality and nt toyourure for extra trousers vests top Sammesaa sa t1PLXYTbeTaUoJJI Watzmann No 343 I This splendid German Coach horse was foaled May 21 1003by H Hanenkamp in Germany He was imported by J Crouch Sons of Indiana He was sired by Eskimo No 1400 He is a very fine type of the best German coach I horSesi nnd sold for 3000 three years ago 1 He will make the season at my place at Hustonville at10 to in sure colt J BAUGHMAN 1 CROUP tress A pate and pleaalD stopped faSO minutes thoopllproseNourrupWclIruilfata I Superior 2horse coat with and flat al the Superior 1 have tested A and give atwsliltrlHIGGINS I Stanford KentuckyI I J McClary 1 honest National Auctioneers I tnakelNIletoourudvantagoIUONEI5JtFruit Catalogues customers D08IPPLK London Stock Haveyour fancy living I MBeazleyCo 1 Undertakers and Embalm en Alto Dealers in Fur nitureJMattinguRuge They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock4 live Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD HEftTLCKY Fish Pennington Insurance and Real Estate All kinds of INSURANCE all kinds of property Only tho larg est companies represented Rates uti low tw Call W had anywhere Stanford Ky Phone 200 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the best aa well UI tbe freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulb potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths purposeIn above I have nil kinds of vegetables on band at reasonable prices OIIRISTMAN GREEN IIOUHK8 En ItUBHAHD IBOU- Stanford K- yCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con cretlng as Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from i borne down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee flrptclais pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Kyi J J BELDEN For house carriage and sign painting deco rative paper hanging also buggy trimming of nil kinds such as recovered curtains and boots made BtoporerAldrldget black smith shop West Main Ht Ky 1honoNoe V4 J J BKLDKN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to tell privately my stock of oro eerie and Hardware u good bust ness Will invoice about tae Reason ill health OEO n HOPPEU Stanford Ky- ADMINISTRATOR NOTICE THOSE having claims agSfeisS the es tateof Geo B Saufley lIe jased are notified to present same to ilgned properly fir yment pJeaaetlement ke ge Penny administrator I ir MENSiIIE I Furnishings L remindig I+ ore prettier this season than usual because of their modest neat lcolorings at 1 and 150 That heavy uii derwear will soon have l to give place to lighter cooler shirts nnd draw ers nt 50c and 1 each ii1ora union suit at 1 hosiery3tiper pair held in place by n 10 25lr 50c i JlOir of garterslight weight and light celoicd 25 nnd C- cs ties held with a 50c 1 to 350 stick pin We can fur iJnish you what yon need 0t r- 4r l Cg H J McROBERTS1 Stanford Kentucky slIOOO OOOOOO t1rr lsstFF l f11 G- 8F1E EEaerE1gEeraE amG L Penny R II Coffey E R Coleman Dr Hess Poultry Pan csa- m mnko lions lay cure them faill11F6 and keep them in thrifty condition increase in tho number fa of eggs laid will more than pay for tho itnnll expense of feeding DtsgWPENNYS DRUG STORE m Stanford Kentucky When You Have EL daceTo Sell Call H B NorthcottStan- ford Ky Phone 153 KIURMANK TUDOR f Mallsgeres U 4r rI iAPRt1b UUO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KT PAGE TII 1lI I I IIJ CecTiiiiiaLeaf 4416S1M SI t lSiJ W RtJ L I2I393 lt VMIMI el aN IGadMtt lit dam Day Maid 1V CeoilUri he b GtMWfta Wflka2df Um Nell by Oaera 1024 3tidaM Noon Day by St Elm 275 4th dam PiUUr12 t I tla Ctcetiaa Leaf the Wood of C F AIIJ Red IIN u united with that of Canbet Wie tad Pilot and should prove a eroi whkh uiwot be exccUcJ3 1 I ICecetian le11aa well developed rtilllered bur ean old He ia with exceptlonalljlion and lots of style and bush which in addi I lion to hi ma et him a n ideal horse 101 the stud tae qualities are iud what ii needed in a tire to breed high hung andwalk trot honea and it it the walktrot that stilt for llic meal meaeyawl hat the readiest tale Cecelian LeJ it immaiked but can rot in 228J He Iwill tpfoarecordthiesumaerI at the Pink Cottage bara 112 miles horn on the Huiton The Ire to a limited number of ap- proredmaresthurearonwilILe SIS lor a IIi n mare U parted with- In ofBIBJ the smice oIl is young horse whose f tire and whose damt site ate among the eer lorocort of all Kentucky horses at sires of fancy r skew horse I btliere that I am making you an i olerol rare merit lC E TATSStanford Ky Jj tMiddleburg t A couple of strangedogs broke Into 47Mrs Q R Jones poultry yard and kill I w four of her Ono ducks The dogs es 1 taped going toward Liberty Frank Douglas swore out a warrant of surest for one Lucinda Nickles charging her with killing a bog belong 11 ins to him The parties live In the Walltown section J W D R Mlddleten asks us to say that the rumor to the effect that be is set a registered physician + false and th w who think otherwise can find out by going to the clerks office at Liberty i The Raft railing that was postponed sometime ago on account of bad weath er will be held here Friday on the l Graded School grounds when a big time fa expected The band will make 1 ramie and there will be other exercises to entertain those present It seems that there is going to be t t1 something doing herb this sumner A half dozen residences will likely be built besides considerable repairing f done Our people have gotten a move t last and the town I t on themselves at will likely show a decided Improvement i before the frosts of another winter The flical court while In session last l week ordered two bridges built In the county this year ono at the Elliott ford between this place and Yosemite and 1theother across South Fork at Phil r These showers of blessings have been delayed quite a while and the fit cal court should bo praised for bringing them oven at this late day Miss Minnie Shannon of Junction J City la with her aunt Mrs J A Est u 1 tee Miss Emma Fogle left Saturday to spend several weeks with her sister Mrs Judd Jason Lawhorn and wife I visited relatives at lluatonvlllc Utss a Luilo Foglo came down from Dsnvitlo and spent several days with the family ofJ C Foglo W E McWhorter to Somerset Monday to see his IJwent tongue Is coated breath is foul t Headaches come and RO jA Theso symptoms show that you atone i ach is the trouble To remove the I i If cause is the first thing and Chamber pi Iains Stomach and Liver Tablet will I do lhatr Essy to toko and most effect lye Sold by G L Penny t W AeTRIIBBLE t Furniture nuil UjVtlartoking I Day Ibouo 2H Night Phono 13- 3Stanford i 1J KontucKyi r is us a is on a if is a I IVI Lincoln Ixxlc No Ft A ML will HMt In atlases 1 on enab Ant nod third MonrtAT n t ufeacb al Te sBioik Unli on iiwln aI dt a lord Ky alul Mare fll tster lodeea aft fra Mjrnmlly IpyU to be present T W Pd llnRlou thats the name of the best over for Ion or w G L Penny at 606 f J Farmersa if 20 of or 15 Y of to are t 6 to 9 of aI I from 1 12 to 2 tons to the acre per from I 10 to 20 per ton We have that two of year and no dry for all we have to do to it rain is A to turn on the in the We have fruit hay l 1I in fact in the line or and at all kinds r will soon a state and is to the front very All of are in great and t u doy are built gold and zinc pro every t t r and we have the finest in the Of the G A t f v I r- F q c t L cJ p to is pretty lively work sometimes but if its weIr BREAKING good broken a lot high spirited clothes expect to keep on doing itsThe man especially tackle the fellow who thinks we cant persuade him that these clothes made for by HART SCHAFFNER MARXiare better than any he gets made to measure economy for better style better quality Were convincing lot of just such skeptics right along The clothes do it all we have to do to get them tried Men are little stubborn about that but once they get the clothes that settles itrTheyre the best the most economical the mot stylish and about the only clothes that you know are allwool We like to get the other fellow too who thinks these clothes are too high priced hes easy he once gets started the economy too New suits in grays browns tans blues fancy mixtures snappy new patterns very stunning creations 1750 2750 Great of fine furnishings shirts neckwear hosiery underwear Best hats made CTJasDlIIN cs wEt EwKENTUCKY MASONS EETI aominunltxUloii month intbcir Be- eMhwde ireecrtptkm written nujmnch dwtreoa Guarontoed 1 Kentucky think that they raise bushels wheat barrels corn the acre they doing well fARIZONA RANCHES raise from crops Alfalfa year cutting which sellsyield ranches yield crops corn ta years make water irrigation ditches ranches cattle ranches chicken ranches ranches finnd anything ranch large small Arizona become coming rapidly kinds property demand getting higher Railroads being copper mines ducing Aintold wealth climate world inquiries answered promptly J Robert Ca Saufley MARSH COMPANY he Parker Arizona harness results are usually Weve of and we we like to fine him sometimes into apparent line STANFORD indijrM Ashland Brook ISO I ITWI Pot 17 A T II U oral by Kuiene nnek r Konjetown Ky Ashland rook war foiiliHl Iwtt wild nor with left hind foot whit tin lid lfl4 hands high I I KiPiniiEK Sird by Hllvnt area ron rhi tar fire of llIl1urtIikalbittIIn ttteltrooktS1l iiv llillbrook i art4 Jennie llroofc Illotl Inn 1111 lady moot fun BHU I KuniiliiK llrixib rYi Hiln Hcook by IHtrkninlit 5i l Ihr rum n tw irch llulil iH4 llri tMlliilit Hit4 and Vnlp u bu knl II N1M1I b Ai ole co 8th ftiord 1f Aiulaiul Hruiikn lot daiii Ilium Wr nhv A bland Vllkr iii1If ionl1ITV tbrIreofJobs K OewtrvMalty Tn IrroaplSlIilnnJ nifcw brl by WllkI lit Iy Aeorio 1Y Ikn IlftlI lift n HMf Ltlly W Pretender UIIlIrdi Jim Monroe fIIIontAahlRml n low with tote of aulHtuuoa tins n bold wny ol netlonlJUAnd llnUU Aihland Ilrook strict tbn grituiiliriiKMt iwiiymrold Mnlpe ttrokauld fur tom Ahlnnd Brook will male tliv Intfaon at 1A to lilturu n living colt WAR TRACE j Wilt Also stand tub great young Jack Wnr Trae Bt JlOfor nmr ant li for Jonncta latehandsond h by the Imp Tax IAvvr that loud for plan cm WnrTrniedniubyHodtordHtarjieby Kreltdtnrllgtat I CHANGE TlSo iSvi- Vol o A B It It K init tnae U 18 hinds Mull dark buy wiUi tlovMun muni1 nod tall no nil tbe ualt ltU plentx olnperdityio nerd aelton I niuHKE Slnd br Royal King hytin Time 741 lie liy Hton wRlt Jlleklo- na Plug irt Uiuii Mollle MounU IHHI was b the notxt Hire Pnlibctl IexIr q Iou Y le lit ditm Hip aTn sbr by LaglsHintg loll he by Oki htng 1a 6i 1tli I mi by Jim Hell tbor iiilii nil Nora Kluii nLi8Isarumbuettsllluna bievlor of tine color nnU hlob styled so1they ill Imvuic slztntylc + ndnrtlon lie aired th enlt that won lli 0111hitnhutl- laMtnnhr1Fair nuil the MiMiik ni im Cftnter dt1I1 nil hcfi lour of tin gel nl tln seat Rex IVnvliH ThU set of Klnn Kijl was secondlu tho tlUtnk nt HtirrotUbiiru wltb Itentrlesand dffintt l tin cult tItwon thU lBVo two out oMhm hours lIa fl nt n- uKrnrtHIform47and Jj rJl r j nllvI era ttaure u ltrlugcnil Jlnt Keenrtr u l tblIlItAt Ut dftin h tin Inm John WtIUSml duos liy HeeehrI1m RIIs 104 linndi high black wuu whip pouts ft JnckAll iiipntlonod slack will iniiko HID acfemaof into nt our start ntllosWepoftHtnnfoixl on the Hlnlliy fliy pike Mares trndtxl partt with or bred For further Information rail on or IIdclr loll M T 1IA1UUHA lion WolynM Phone Ti JUng 3 Stanford Ky S T HARRIS ROBT WOODS STANFORD KENTUCKY LOW ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEKERS FARES TO The West and Northwest 12 LouisWIT- HOUT 4TO King Eagle hrilur IIIKllhlirtnpfuiYIUI monrI Southwest 2 TRAINS TO DAILY 2ISTWITHOUT CHANGEI I Tickets on Sale Flrtlt and Third Tuesdays In veer Month Return Limit 2I Days from Date of Sale eiWrHa ter fans and Spedal Dlrene Route Arranpemenh ialR F rSHN Tr A 1 11 GARDNHR orltTAUiSVIt4 x1II 0 Q I PRESTON H It NO 022 VOL 11 jt II This Champion 5 gaitedsaddle stallion ol Kentucky ifWinning afill the Kentucky fairs and also at the horn shows at Bulalo N Y Mo and Kansas City Sired by Wailiinglon No 54 first dim Bell by Rhoderick No 104 second dam byDe Ptctlon ia brown horse 13 34 hands highwhh fin j style anj eryliigh alion He has not only proven himself to be a great show horse but also a great breeder He u tie 3500ladfOfLawreoceY March 14 19 10 for 850 reasonablefigureresponsible for accideat or escape of tuck Ssoa is 0mate u tradedor parted with otbred to otherastockJ C BAILEYnCrab Orchard Knulueky a a c IIt hY fr f 1 J EfFOtJIr HJiINrJlnU JlJOU oBD JtY 1 0 1 tt I All Peavine 4092 s DESCRIPTION and BREEDING FouryearoU 15 J Hindi a darkcl1et1nul sorrel with lestof box conformation and action liredb Rrs Peavine 1796 he by Roc RVrVAH TrI 1833 list dam Lucy WelU 6404 by Pearine 85 2nd dam by Warren Harm Denmark 3rd dam by Join Wesley he by Davie Crockett NOTEU are looking for ihe breed of horses that are commanding the highest meet here kit he hAI much Pavane ai it U pouible to get being by Rex Panne and out ofold Fearine mare Will serve a limitednumber mares at 25 to inmre living colt I DALMFSIThU malEon u dark bay Syearold 162 with kit of bone aad action with very heavy mane sad tae7 BREEDING Sired byCecilian Chief tat dam hyUkimu 2nd dam by Gi8s Vermont Jrd dun by Bay Dick 4th dam by the atallroo to the public l know hen whit we need to get stock big enough to bIworkaM L He is well enough bred to set trot into Will atnd him at the very lOw price of 10 to insure lire colt r GALTON 12910Hooaon of 1910 aireofOalvlnO Yt9y AI Barns lY9R J from S M to rib- 1thoear1eMtheo0lloneathetwereeverhandb oae In tbe2 Ut 81r leer19 of 210 In tbe 00 IlItlJ ureainthe worldnhladttdaaaDaisy Field grand dam of 6 with record of frout 211 to- 208Xloy Kntleld YY9 of Hnmbletonlai M dam Beeleya American Star Entlela 2211 hat G lnsa hla daughtera have too In XOO or better 2nd dam Qulckitep by Ken lucky l rlnceJr lIre of J Q Lens- oaade2ffly and dame of III to the 00 list Ird dnm by Old JOl sire oUhe dam ofJ Q lacyOaltoncarrlee the blood of four leading a rnllloa Uambletonlan WllketMatubrlno Ohlef and Boeleya American Htar- Oalton4 colts bnve gone against and de bated the best In harness olntsci and road Met rings they are In great demand selling f athlith as I1JWO alter maturity yearlings Irom linu to US J Dalton will stand nt mr stable r miles West of lluatonv1lle on Brad fordivlllo pike at JlStoluturea living colt JUoaey due It mare la traded being bred Plenty of grass at tlJO per month saved ex t pressly for mares no other stock mixed with mares have lots and large stables for mare to foal Grain fed at cost Phone In residence lluttonvllle Exchange I W M DGD- Diiuslonvltle Ky At tanie time and place Will stand two good jacks Jim Porter and Bngnolia These jacks are too well known to need advertising ai I have made several seasons with them sod you all know how they breed Terms 8lo insure live colt Service fee due with all the above advertised stock when colt U foaled mare traded told or bred to to other stock Care taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occur R S Scudder Phone in ResidenceMcKINNEY KY Dock Grey 11Sbetland pony 38 inches tall own Foster will make the season at to insure II living colt He Is by an cost Islands1000 in the Shetland and is regarded by horsemen as the best pony in Kentjckr defeating all com In 1003 Lien re ers in the show ring tamed on all colts until season Is paid Mares parted with or bred elsewhere forfeits Insurance and money becomes due Will make the season at my farm JOHN B FOSTER 10 to insure Stanford Ky Auctioneer I I offer my services to the of Lln coin count at an auctioneer thfrtlonW McWHOHTKllguaranteedMorels Klt YD No1 I Residence Turnertvllle 1f CARROLL PRESTON t L- rSiredby Preston 922 by Washington 54 by Cromwell 73 by Wash= iIten Denmark 64 11st dam Baby Pence sired by Enoch Arden 2nd dam Lady Pence by 7 rA1mo t Forest 2803 3rd dam by Garrard Chief 4 t sHe is a beautiful bay 153A hands high four years of age He has f c more natural action than any horse living and from his success as a r show horse in isthreeyelr old form bids fair to make a greater show horse than his SIre being undefeated in his class as a three year old and always getting his part in the stakes against the crack show fcwses of 1909 P This great young stallion will make the season of 1910 at the stock yards of A T Nunnelley Stanford Ky at the reasonable figure of 25 to insure a living colt Mares kept at 250 per month and not respon j1 N arftle for accident or escape Season due when mares are parted with or 1I5Nd to other stock y W O Walker Stanford Kentucky t r M Y7 aw t rte Dqlbi Date 1982 Combined Htaltlon Dark Mahogany Bay 11M 17W pounds la sonadin eve Itlon an- IniB44 hatched to sulky IasAPe gaited1 areaiahoir horse wearing the blue tie ever since a rUDi at three years old wore 111 tout of 2 shows as a ba- inoadhataeardaamodel Is In a class to hastwoexceptnb I OWntwo 0 colts are always Inside the snddleraaanhighdericedpathree nntlgflit get nt eof3lhearssoldatanavelad in n produce 18 of his ftThink of such saddlers at he has sired nnmely lrolotltho Jtiii Anderson Mar Hay la Mnre Toxlo Ilare London lIarel Ullre All White Foot Prince Imperialtro- tsinxtopleee ft host qrothers that have been at hU record HI a 1110 of saddlers see what they can do IHUNIT 1Iln DaroN 10 tc lit dam by 1lelehnont iron A T1 lto ho by William Welch Sll A T If II hll by Ilnmbletonlon No 10 A T1 It will servo mares this season of 1911 I1t my stable tn UllonlIIe at the low price of MTOINHUUK AlitVK CULT due when colt comes or taste trade or removed or bredtortny other stock A lion retained on all colts until paid for Grass furnished reasonable for mare front dlitcnco and must be eUled for before removed Brooding hours from 8 to 10 in morning anti 4 lo e in tnlJna Marea will roeelvo my personal attention but will not bo for or place Alandlilygreat breeching MuleJack PEYTONs- o well known In tho west Find of Mncol county nt tu for mares and ISO for Jennet due when dolt U foaled or mare traded reo moved or parted wlth or bred to any other took by II uff Duddcrars lack hub Nubbles Urlgnolla and out of J U1 Poi tars Jennett Peyton Is nrte with very large bone Ihll foot neck and ear quarters we 11 mounteit 13 hands 1 Inch nigh by Ml whq nee to be 114 butt mule InLincoln antifroAll are invited to come bin Phone In residence D S CARPENTER UciTosriitit Ki Stonewall Jackson Jr ThU fine black ttdJc stallion was wed by the great saddiq breeding dallies Old Stooew l This colts dam wu a Deantik stare He ita nice colt and hat colts to prays his good breed eg Will studal 8 to insure Untfl wetnin inc We hold a lien oa alTbk until paid for Barren mares made to rtiod iy the Jtaprrgo loi We line perfect success ia dm breeding nillr Dreckiarld e This 6ne black jack was sired by Major John D Harris imported jack He will make the tea ion of 1910 at my biro at 8 to insure a col until weaning time HU ol 1909 u note on- my farm to show or hu good breeding He Ia lure foal getter AT TRAYLOR Ga SONG PLEASANT HILL Breeding Farm Stanford R D No 4- RICHMOND Over 16 hand 5yearold jack willmake th season at our farm on Danville pike be ween Hedgeville and Hubble at a fee of 10 lot mare muleand 8 for horse mule to incurs ivinj colt FITZPATRICK RANKIN Hedeeville K- yPOwhattan Bay Stallion 153 12 hinds high by Dignit Dare lit dam Minnie by Rietui 2d dam Pauline by Almont Forest 3d dam Sellart mare s very let pacer He U afine individual high acbo adnice to hostile Will make the season of 1910 at my farm a IcKinney at 10 to insure a live colt money jrfeited if mare U sold traded or bred to soothes horse S M OWENS lit SON- McKinney Ky Public Sale Having sold my farm I will oa FRIDAY APRIL 15TH At my place 7 miles from Stanford In- the neighborhood sell to- the highest bidder all of ray personal prol erty consisting of one splendid ork horse one good work mure ome extra nice hogs two choice helf ers one thoroughbred Hereford and calf All farming implements consist ng of one good 2two horse wagon lowing machine riding cultivator louble horse cultivator 2 steel beam Oliver Chilled plotvs 2 harrows ovtra good set of wgon har uess plj7 gear etc 1 buggy and harness lot of corn lot of meat and ard one barrel of apple vinegar louschold and kitchen sistlog of two nice suits of furniture prang mattresss chairs tables and arpets one good sewing machine one good range and ono coal oil stove both nearly new ono good washing machine wringer lot of dIshes and other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale Salo begins prompt Iy at 030 JOHN T LIVINGSTON J F Chandler Au- ctPence Jr Pence Jr wlU make the season of 1910 at the barn of the Jato John Z poonampre f mile from Rowland ae 10 to insure a living colt If mart is traded or varied with season mon ey becomes due yearstdhd action by Pence he by Rlenzi ho by Belmont he by Atoiaaderu Ab allab Pences flrrt i1fl Almont FOl1Ost2d dam bChief 3d dam by Grey EagMrrdain by Cop oyEdby Volunteer Ed Barlows 1st dam by 2d dam by a Mambrlno horse 3d dam by Mambrlno Mossen ger Pence Jra 2d dam by Gills Vermont Pance Jrs colts He all show- Ing up nicely and they bear proof of- him as a breeder Mares grazed at 12 month not for accldel1tiiorliScapes- should8I1Y occur GEO SPOONAMQQRE 4r BRO- Rowland Ky r 1 Hew ti Secre CHerati Continued From First page- thatbe te of Bqraejraportance he U at once on the alert and wllllajr to do gttpiinapproachment But the I H have been saved all thIs trouble anxiety if she had engaged thrfpiwehl in a hearttoheart talk concerning he bey The misunderstandings that bav sprung up between parents add teacher might have been avoided if they hat really understood the Situation And lastly the boy might not have been 110 indifferent elovenly and troublesome had he known that his motherand fath er were eager for a mutual understand tog between their son and the nev teacherRambler gaysThore can be no friendship without confidence no conic dence without integrity So the par ent and teacher must have confidence in each other and whatever circumstan cea may arise be perfectly honest In dealing with the matter For a parent to be actually fntcrestc in his child he must have a concern whether It be pleasant or painful accompanying especial attention to hie son or daughter in the schoolroom When we reach the stage that the parents will feel this steadfast solicItude in their children as pupils both the pr- ents and the teacher will be ready to extend a helping hand to uplift the one who is downhearted and discouraged No two classes of peopleehould be most congenial than the parents and teach en For one to work without the oth er is Impossible A small child just entering school hai Implicit conftdeqce in Mate acher But gradesthey nel1therthus wd might reason that a teacher i may misjudge a child If parents art conscious of a wrong of this nature tc which their child is subjected they should enlighten the teacher A pupil might study very diligently yet on ac count of some impediment or physical defect recite discreditably Another pupil might render an acceptable reci tatlon yet spend very little time or thought on the preparation of the lee son Yet on account of the difference in the two recitations the teacher cen sures the former and praises the lat ter A child should not be judged alto getheron how he recites but on what he is capable of doing A teachers place is one of untold re sponsibility Parents send their chll dren to school not only to be taught what is printed in the text books but to be trained in culture refinement morality and all that tends to the development of true womanhood and man hood The minds of children can be turned to what direction we please Im pressions made on young minds are of vast importance and long duration Childhood shows the man as morning ihows the day Parents are the solo directors of the management of their children At home the childs comfort is usu ally cared for to distressing degree fiery luxury that can be afforded is provided Yet a few years later these same parents will unconsciously neg ect their children so far as to send hem to unsanitary schools The splendid school structures the progressive corps of teachers the healthy robust pupils are found in com nunities where the interested patrons are No permanent advancement can risibly bo made without the enthusi astc assistance of the parents A new ystem might be introduced but only to bo condemned by tho criticising pub IIc Real friendship it not so much lovo tor each other as love for tho same hing Yet a friend ia the most needless of creatures if he ia ofno assistance The parent and teacher are both Interested in the child with their mutual assistance they can convince the hild of his faults and errors and lead hIm to see that the corrections he reo elves are not intended so much to please the instructor but are for hU own advantage Children often become indifferent toward their school work and consequent Iy recite their lesaona in a halfhearted tanner Out the Instant a visitor on ers the door the regular monotony of chool life has been broken and it is an attentive class that hears the words of the teacher The moat ambitious child Ioaes Interest if he thinks that he is1 not receiving the attention and credit Men is due him aa a student Chil4 drelf unlike grown people have never IICltizeMwhoi jheol should be sufllciently interested In school advancement to realize that II- the children are the tomorrow of lociI et1 The pictures which hang on the walls are not the decorations of our in t Itutions of learning The ornaments of our schools are the friends who fre quent them The child would soon lookI upon school as his temporary home If i hla parents were not strangers to schools As it is he thinks of his theI cation simply as a connecting link in the chain of his existence which if I broken can be repaired without much image to the chain The leekingglaM said to be our beet friend It reflects that which It1 rr All Hail to the Farmers rliand Stockmen Behold the Conquering Herds Have Come end tine young Jack tire Emperor net importedwill EurlaiorI wad of 1910 at the tValley Grall and Tobacco Farm 2 12 mile outh ol Gab Ky on tha pile Hetwas specially elected from the Great Herd ot Mr Isaac Shelby l TtarelW Restlo Iwo yeart ago for ravels ThU tttiTytttTit fa with VayIMmiI epictui ofanUal jack apawgon of style symmetry I perfectioni has magal Scent heal Un seek sad body a strong p1eaaat eiprettiog gratitude alert aqulioe eye the ears the tight sue form sad beauty drvibrate ili IOn and htrmony animated by tease and fond emotions Tke ihouUcri trunk feel legs thgfu muscle sinews boon and tail conopottd unique proponiou and at oacd indicate heii a pkturetque model to hu Jaship He has the action ability and anim tioo of a rater or Arabian sad demos lo the bthokJa he it the gifted ton of a noble sue and has always tutus suited lo hu coke tire loom ymrortiy style sad beauty with elegance and these attribjttiiatke dress tell hAU eoltiof hit hue been mete mules except two andall have sold Iron 6ho 123 at weaning or soon suet weaning except two they are not for sale ExccUior ha ttroog snorts rhythmical tenor voice aJ btayt the hour in throoologkal order and ia ihort or bog mare ilagt- Oaky Oakyl Onkyl I tar I tayj Exeduorthe Royal Donkey wed ad foaled In Old Kamtuck And live to work ADd for luck I aryl Isiy Im the Royal Donkey lI 1111 say See sad heM the Royal Donkey Oiorut Oekyl Oaky Oakyl Ii Jenayj Jjeeay Jcaay ray Jenny Oakyl C4kyl Oaky By special penaunoa the following geatleoea and cantos of Unc laouetr hue kindly con ent d to be used at icfertac aad endortement haY raised or purchased his produce aad pcrionaU know this jack ai a peat breeder sad that hit colts are rated tit betl viz Meuri John Salor John Hsnry HurlsiBrom F Loag Morgan Chappie George Holmes Lute King Bowes W Jocobmn Retaentach and I S This Exxebior will tlndal 8under tame coajitioiuai the ttallioa Rnialgx Et celoor u the site of a very mae jennet coh and ii defined to bi a great jennet jack The season for jeoneti willbe I- SGaltons Pedalgo The young stallion Cahoot Pedalgo will ttandlal the IOWAo Reach He it a dark bay 15 hoods high four years old hat all the essential factors of a mod d stallion Sited by Galtoa 12910 dUI PeJe rejirtcr N73715ohs Iby Fal L conert ALdaUo Membriaothe season cost 103 2J dint Lottie Marry by C F day etc etc ThU stallion combine the blood oljthe HataUetoniaa Wilkes Irlimiteddue at ooe if mare 1soldor bs hat Will sat be reipoanble for accidents or t iJ of mares Mates pattered at 2 per month If you wart ilyluhfaic trotter breed to Pedalgo Bulldine the PeerlesskJA HMII aa ideal seism color weight muxlr and at at willtAll farmers I bat cattle 4 pal to the It U the buU that factor and derelopmeoti bring lourII cow and get calves yo bpnil of and will tell themietrei without shun mUll Farmni who la the bed the best stock sod get piici W irk Pi to purchase at the mitkel price the projeay these fine animili over other buyer ofJThe King Lincol- nA t A and i Thli jersey bull was by Dr Noy f 729t5dm Roberts Nt 12610 N6 Writ 17th St NeWj I York N YMM wHI staid at Thret DjUr cuhat tha with ofte tIturn Cows and heiferi pastured at reaioatbte rate Thu bulls progeny hUG pet cent heifer Hu high gilt heiferi hw told front SS to 53 per head ai short and low yearlinji Every family should have a good Jersey cow ai a of comfort economy good lirinj Alwirs htr golden jersey cream sad butter for no other tastes He good yellow butter Stockmen and tobacco raiiere will to keep eyes oa 1 000 Acre r Ranchwith its flee ock gravy piturei prolific ad sad much virgin toil pktureique foieiU and umber and beautiful laaJKtpei fenca anti grid numtroui teniat houses and tobacco barns This land produces the tined quality tobacco crop of 1903 told for 16 t2 cents 909 crop told for IS centi per pound H John B Jamie G Carpenter Jr Managers F No 1 4 Crab Orchard KyI brought before It There la no word of ensure for weakness thus displayed none of praise for the strength of character shining from a bright countenance Tho mirror ta mute simply what it receives Yet would we call the or parent a true friend if after pointing out the detects of a child she did not open the venues of a better and more useful Ife7Then the Ideal school is the one whoa patrons teachers and pupils work to for one common cause and remit The ambitious teacher might have had reasons ere to have uenched burning desire for R school tf the Idealized type but flattering ope cherished the flickering longing nd whispered words of encouragement in her ear we anxiously await the time when our tend hopjs will be realized tad the steadfast citizens of Stanford rill be stirred with a yearning fora Igfaer standard ot education And bet er qualified YOUR men women to ff O it t r 4 1 The dam h Stock Orchard ChappcH Gap Jack Tev prior hu jack sale the IQOQacre jackk Ijbblack color characterise stead abates Was wide nape hornleu rd Short t Dull ia tire boos tiand One Dollar cash lot with of return should raue the beef keep bert u v real in tranimtRing coodilioat the herd Therefore Will that bJ sues raise bid lhCJJt J of olific tire tired Vaiijht A JCC lot privilege hem 65 matter thu do well their abundant water limtrtone wire piku of R D fi tho gIving teacher the tether this the May privilege bold the promising positions whlc await them Always remembering that There are duties to do in this worka day world We must workwe molt worry we must strive But iubllmoWill the heartJmalMtay t aliveWhen Hungry GOTO Canons Restaurant Lancaster HtrMt HtanforUK v Meals serval at all hours up tol 3o e M DOlt place lu wnltor a iOQ ghICk meal Cooking to suit our customers oarnxiolalty flplandld new line of fano Groceries not Coffee SandWiches pies Buttermilk and sweet milk etc at all times Wa A CARSON Prp o t oj tt14 1itit hPxt I i = ri j d r APIfL 15th 1010THEINTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY PAGE FIVE r4 I 1l Ati2So Y I We show Q two in plain kids also four eye Jet pot tip turn sold oxfordst A f A At 3tWe show you black suede strap kid oxfords patent tip tromp last comfort sole some on opera last At 350 t Two strap suede aud patent turnsole r 150 to 2 j I For children patent and gun metal slippersf A NBEDLES Bobbins and Shuttle fo machines nt Funnys Drugstore W spent Thursday In Louisville r + MR 0 A LACKEY of Crab Orchard was here Monday MRS J F HOLDAM and Miss Ann 10 Dronaugh of Crab Orchard were In town MR AND MRS J 0 ro from a vlclt to her grand par Moreland Miss FAMR has beer tho guest of Mr David and family at Richmond Co K WHEELER tho merchant drove a party o r friends down for the florae Show Mon day and than took them on to Lexing ton in l Is big automobile MR ANn MRS A ADDAUS of Crab Orchard have arrived in the city when they W maku their home Mr Ad dams hat boon clerk of tho f Frankfort Journal JUDOB AND MRS W C BELL left s yesterday for an extended Western trip to Seattle and Portland and other points along the Pacific coast Herald MRS D V KRNNEDY and son Lawrence e are in Lexington to attend the wedding of her nephew J B Wallace was born in this city and who li jI ono of tho most prominent young business men of U R HUGIIKH returned home t after a visit to Louisville Miss Fanny Thompson of r Ij Doyle is here her guest MRS J J DICKEY Is in Nashville at the annual session of the timid Missions of thy M B Church LUCY ALCORN of three weeks with her sister Mrs has pone to Chicago on a several weeks visit bet fore returning home Courier Jour nat A SALESMAN To sell you you dont want A can come to your home and sell you an article you never of buying We are not good sales man to do that but our aim always is to place such before you as will sell itself that shOws upon its very face the value in it and re1 quires no of chin music to sell it This is true of oUr line of ladies new oxfords and strap slippers in gun metal suede and patent just placed on sale Come and look i MRS CADBU Owens hOB gone to lion son whero she will join her hu band for a two weeks Somers et SANDIDOB one of the most pop ular farmers of tho West End paid us a call Monday- T S AND R M E1KJN camo over from Lancaster Mouday to see the Homo Show S D COCIIRAN It Denton J E Anderson and Louis lUuscll a party ol Garrnrd county farmers were guests of W S Fish for tho Horso Show Monday JOHNS BUSTER of Mercer county was on hand for the splendid display of equines here Monday MR WOODSON MAY and family of Somerset are hero with relatives hay ing been called to London by the seri ous Illness ot Mrs Mays aunt Miss Amanda McKce London Democrat- IN tho big from Casey here Monday were Tom Williams William F Fields and Silas Brown from the Eubanks M C SAUPLBYis tho guest of her daughter Mrs Sanford M Logun at Wllmoro while Judge Saufley is engaged in court at Danville MRS HENRY SALIEB went to Way to visit her brother Foster B McAllster and wife She was by their grand mother Mrs Arethusa Foster JUDOR BOYLE 0 STONE arrived at noon Monday from Baker Clty Oregon where he went to look after some legal matters In connection with a Urge Casey county will cato In which ho is tho attorney Judge Stone says he saw tome wonderful country and some re markable and wonderful geological formations Ho brought back with rim an Irish potato which weighed al most five pounds and Is as largo as a peck measure Judge Stono is with Mr and Mrs Gconte Crow for a few I days before going to his homo at Lib erty Advocate i In of our is our in it be to if or is can it to to a As fo of 1 we a IDn J T DOIION of wall hero shaking hands with hit many friends Miss FLORENCE TRUEHEART return ed home Thursday after a pleasant visit of six weeks to relatives in lion tington W Va V LOCALS FOUND a pair of steel rimmed spec tacles In church rnqu ire at this office Muel lers S C B Brown Leghorn eggs CO cts for setting of 15 Write or phone Mrs J M Cress Stanford R F D 441 1 nAVE installed a new loom and weave rap carpets and rugs Have several nice pieces of carpets now on hand for sale Firstclass work and at reasonable prices Mrs W L Dish on FRESH vegetable beans straw berries Friday and J D Horton LOST fice white with brindle spots and wearing a collar Ro ward for return to J L lieazlcy Stan ord 142 llloil cLASS Vaudeville between acts in a Wyoming Girl at Waltons Opera Honso Monday night April 18 Reserved seats 50 cents on snle at Shugars Tanners For 120000 feet of Boxing and Frame Lumber for Dam Patterns which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn Hay or good Horses find Mules Prices on this very rea sonable for 1 want to sell Write me at once f r we a xTy v t i r to for we is an 1 q 7 s 1- M wIr 0 or In IQIII A BEAUTIFUL scene from Western life at Walton Opera Hi use Monday night April 18 Popular prices CUT glass and etc at W H Muelhi S C B eggs for sale Best laying strain Write or phone Mrs R L Berry Ky 710 Hows This TO ofirt on Hundred DolUrt reward for tar cut ot Cttarth teat cannot be cwtd by HUli Catarrh J CIIENEY ft Toledo aW the utxJmtitvcd tune known F J Clwney for tM lAd II yeah lid believe him pertntlr boo onbx In as tuilnesa transaction and ftunctellr ado to turf out any obllwttoci made by his firm WiLDLXO KlftNIK A IUTlIf Wholrue DrocKteU Toledo Q- IUt1Yaunh Give la taken Interotllr ache directly upon the blood and mucout lurucrt ot lbe ifitem lV ltoonUH pent tire n cent peI bottl Sold by in DruntaU tyke juui rtmliy ran tot cotutlpttlcn LOST Saturday between SH Jack sons and St nfoido tailoicd jacket green utin lining gloves and a pocket Return to this office Reward WANTED MONEY Will buy any ole coins you may have Address H liar rls Frankfort Ky CIIARCOAL at 1 per barrel W K Warner Stanford PUBli Plymouth Jl to setting of 15 A R Fort nice Butt ton cockerels Also eggs for hatching Mrs W J Holtzclaw Stanford R F D No1 SEED sweet potatoes lawn mowers ice cream freezers atGeorge H Far I HAVE a nice pen of Black Minorca chickens for sale Also I settings of eggs Mrs W H Wearen SEE the display of mens and wo at the Coun mens shoes and slippers try Store I of At The I have 200000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and oth er purposes at prices Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want and I can suit you Point Mt Vernon I The Top In any calling of life demands a vigor- due body and a keen brain Without But Electric health no success Vi7tho greatest Health Builder mtt ever It compels whole the wear system tear of your daily work After monthsi of suffering from kidney trouble writes W M Me three bottles of Electric Bittern made at PenWemannoWme feel liken nys Drug Store i its The Best No one has over I11ldea salve oinBuck or balm Salve to Itsthe one perfect healer of CornB erse oreB Scalds Boils Ul Sores 6 t Rh um For itis suhands orand Chapped for Only 25c pry 6tweat Drig There is nothing just as good as tyet want to take the best care os your shoes see that the i Bt t is on the bottle or box you get We have tpolish for all leathers ed I Q TT 1 Baby Elite v I Star for tan shoes i t T TV 1 r Midget for oxblood 10c Velvetail for kid Tor suedes 25c tOcJYankeeAlbo makes old canvass shoes look new t J SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky JI allsowing PERSONALS PTKiNCAiD Wednesday MoBBBhavo iturned VANDRVEEK VanDevecr enterprising llustonvlllo appointed penitentiary Har- rodiburg fwho Lexington 1AIRSIryesterday Yftending tSouth Huitonvllle whohasspent HIHSpaldlmr rIT TAKES something salesman thought enough merchandise merchandise accompaniment especially tayTho TimesP prominent delegation neighborhood- MRS Mississippi accompanied full keeping with the rest store mens wear and this connection may not amiss say that your wife sister satisfied she buy more economically here than else where you think interest make personal investigation merit quality the merchandise mention few Itystonville Wednesday Presbyterian presentsWH flyingshuttle Millcdgeyille Saturday Benchlegged specialties Barn Lumber Sale Sheeting Respectfully IyI brands which carryYEclipse Shoes and Oxfords Fountain Shirts Arrow Brand Collars Heldmans Clothes with pile of Style and Burson Hats Our aim has always been give the very best quality possible the price All ask investigation wE Perk l1s-t Crab Orchard Ky 4atc No other of food has ever such for and whole from the v r i ButiNO POWDER s has the award when tested l dsilver Hustonville CanF 004 ITIce handkerchief eg Turnersville SALEFew Orping rii thoroughbred 200000 Feet LumberI Right Prices building reasonable WALKER OWENSPongo Shipping Reaching theworldhaa hesltheSherman Worlds lea Eeiemr Spratas NEW POLISH JWWttemorepolUh Whittemore InmcGiltEdge lOfoJSc jHfc tOevSuededene hlrUsed the World over article hump received emphatic commendation purity usefulness someness most eminent authorities Royal always received highest exhibited competition LtcIIOnN Ky4t M 0 BASTIN the merchant prince of Rowland has sold his stock of groc eries and soft drink establishment to Land Buchanan the Stanford mer chants Mr Bastin has not yet decid ed what he will do THOSE owing me will please cone I and pay me for winter hats and I will auil you a nice Spring one Miss Ella May Saunders 142 I JUNCTIONbread is exactly alike other bread only its different You will find It fresh at the Country Store Rev J J Dickey will preach at Lo I gars Creek next Sunday at 345 P M Sunday school at 230 Usual services at the Methodist I church Snnday morning and evening by the pastor J Pror Lingo airy rooou trMeleri + I ratM week or month proprietor former IJn coin wan and itiould rv In his I REV W S WILLIS who has been a the bedside of Hi brother in Shelby s has returned and will preach Sunday and evening at the Huston I ville church ITile young people of the Baptist of Crab Orchard give a play Friday evening April 22 the pro ceeds to go to a fund to buy a new cart for the building The play is call Tho Time of Bas Life REV Mn will preach val the Crab Orchard Christian church Sunday I morning and evening I I Bio BASSEd caught a Pi und small mouth black bUll at 131 mill dam It tock two beside himself to pull him out l1eipera fatting in the river to the j Est remained dry how a ever I Does not Color the Hair IHAIR VIGOR IAYERSStops An Elegant DrcssinS Destroys Dandruff Makes Hair Grow Composed of Sulphur Qulnln Sodium Chlorld Capsicum Sage Alcohol t Water Perfume Ask your doctor his opinion of such a hair preparatione1 AYERS HAIR VIGOR Does not Color the HairJ O Asa Oourimr Lowell Polo 1L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin J IC 1crds 1 Wer t have just received IIt not find a bet terine tany where The very latest that the market can furnish in patents vicis kid etc Prices from 1 to 350 HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORDKENTUCKYJ CLEMENS HOTEL L ELKIN DANVILLE KENTUCKY outside Oouiinerciftl ipecialty Bpe by The li a county when stopping his tolls J r morning Christian will pet ed DONAIIOE Wilkinson exctemcnt Glycerin L N TIME TJCBLB I No 11 Mouth title R M No 98 jontb leaS A if NoJ North te0 A L IfoS NortbB p JtlrI JOS No4Wil0at9AYCNoHItoPX tie RICE Agut- L t r 4 rUn lyKn t t tn q 0 Ij s lPAGE SIX THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STA1 FORDKxe APRIL IWc 19JO r r l tJR M Y ACTQr THE CASH BARGAjtsl r STORE k- rKings Mountain Ky 1 if I Price List Subject to Market Fluctuation OUR TERMS f We do a strictly cashlbusiness and carry no charged accounts We handle country produce such as fruits vegetables eggs etc You Jim never know positively whether We can show you any ndvan Mgto be gained by giving us a share of your business until you have given us a fair trial So try paying as you go and you will find it is to your advantage as well as to ours Just think of it the per son that buys goods on time and pays his accounts has to pay enough extra to make up for the ones that do not pay or the merchant has to- to out of business FLOUR I t u en City fancy patent or first patent to give satis faction 24pound sack85cHalf patent sack sack 45c tnt meal 23pound COFFEE Arbuckles Package iCe Dandy Cup pound package 15 VV bought heavily before the ad vance In eoffe 6and can save you IIOllfY on the following Coffee j better than Ar buckles 160 20ccorree + 17c A rvKUiiu Nectar brand pound package 20c RICE KIc and ci Gcareepound box with gloss turn bltr 2Cc Bon Dinflaking Powder small 4c- w Bon flaking Powder large Be ir three for 25c Jim and Hammer Soda pkg 4e for 5c 3for255cCannedString beans 9c or 3 for Tan Camps Beans 9c Snydert Pork and Beans 9c Sauerkraut 9c or 3 for 25c Cupid lye hominy i n c PEACHES Threepound pie peaches 1Oe In lc7CThreepoundor 3 for26cOYSTERS 3oz standard brand 7c or 3 for20c Extra nice oysters lie or 3 for30c Klce pink salmon 9c or 3 for25cSY- RUP 10pound or gaUon bucket38c5p- ound or half gallon bucket20c 2pound or Quart can 9c 3 for25c Choice country beans 6sQ- cBandplcked navys 6ic tmlo salt 280pound bbl 1GO Sulk starch per pound 5c Evaporated peaches California goods per pound lOc prunes per pound Sc or 3 for26o OILS1 Cos fire per gallon12cidlan Refining Cos per ten i2caWhite Swan the boat on the mar let no smoking chlmneyJl18c 1 SOAP 11 S3oeps are advancing owing to the France cost of greases eta We pate you on the following- S Cakes Lenox 25c wilts Old Mill looks like Lenox except the wrapper same size end all 4c per cake or 7 for 25c t Cakes Big Deal 25c Washing without a washboard Cleaneasy Napthollne Soap 6 Cakes for 25c TJ pK ne batteries Chicago 23c T batteries Columbia 23c CWar padsred el1g any size28c vas c per pair or 3 v i325cY Si pure China tea per pound 60c p re tea per pound 50c r A galja30c vinegar nice and strong 20c rimed peas 9c or 3 for25cRi- ches Capital Parlor per box 4c- lNf11 four tfe brooms 45c broom iitsV40c y DRUGShl I I JiFoethe famous family remedy if9r the liver the bowels the kid j ys and stomach satisfaction lriJaranteed per large bottle 60c per bottle Sc TppenUAei dlr iHhtMf i RtYSg largq BIZa 9c Ctttorla Flctch or PKcherBV30 ISHOES best flat Gin d a JIav 1 from 25 to 60o per pair And on 1 goods we arAsure you s5cla58 be frdkl7EU6 laQIJee have room to list but a few styles All solid leather Vd fefvar ayiee our shoes to be as represented nTHE EVERLASTING BATTLE AX f r Alen ant glt bhi her ir mStne gun metal calf blucher broad r toe nat calf 4op1opk sole I i alfisoltdlleather P either- leather 298 5Keaa patent icolt bhlcbelor teens box calf blucher or mensc rlcl Uld blaefeer oakliletrlIc it Kay scyredi a teal 4360 value JI iJII y of the NJ if253 5Wws satin calipaltQUdrInner IIlt Mit J r ArealprJi176- r r1- 1I I a MENS SPLIT TIE nero Is the best low split toe produced In this country Plain toe half double sole pegged and sewed No other house ban sell a shoeof this quality lot less than 1150 Our price to one and all 1125 Guaranteed solid leather Ladles patent colt twoeyelet blucher Oxford ribbon lace light oc sole all solid leather a regular 200 shoe Our ape chit price 150 Ladles Viet Kid blucher Oxford medium broad toe a good oak single sole turned fastened heel perfect comfort guaranteed a regular 250 shoe Our special price 215 Old Ladles Vlcl Kid Juliet com mon sense plain toe a real com fbrtable shoo for little money Selected soles both firm and flexible Special attention Is given this 11nevThe upper stock to and plump We ask your business on our old ladles com fort shoes solely on their ad 5 vantage which others do not possess Our special prlce125- We carry a full line of shoes for every member of the family We buy for cash and sell for cash therefore can give you real values So bear this in mind MENS HATS We have a lot of hats that we want to close out and offer our stock of mens hats at cost nnd some styles at onethird to onehalf their value while they last 150 hats closing out price 50cOVERALLS We stilt have a supply of standard extra heavy mens overalls and as long as our present supply lasts can sellBest Navy Blue per suit 1191 Best Navy Blue Overalls 95 MENS PANTS pantslinepants Out 100 pants now 75 Our 125 pants now 100 Our 5150 pants now 120 Our 175 pants now 140 Our 200 pants now 160 Our 250 pants now 200 Our 300 pants nowt 240 Our 400 panta now 320 Our 500 pants nowt 400 HARDWARE We carry a godHne of hardware and plows We keep In stock at all times ChattanoogaChilled gIvetheHorse collars750up the best team collar blindbridlesPlow harness and wagon harness etcWe carry harness leather In side lots and can give you any amount or any shaped piece Also oak sole leather In side lots etc STOCK LIST Arm bands Axle grease Axes Ax handles Baskets Bay rum BlackingBlacking whipsCatsupCotton bags Cream tartar Chal1 Corn poppers battingCannavpringDyes Fruit jars Envelops rubbersFlyOrapenutsCornGinger Glycerine Oun caps Gun primers HoyalHorse bolesJellyLamp chimneys Clothes lines J Lamji burners Lamp wicks s LanternsLeather aidesMunch baskets Lardv Lead bar contryMeatsMlfuge Bustard Maw Macaroni NaHB Nutmeg pencilTablets dollI Machine bit Engine oil Castor oil Oil tanks Rolled oats Pickles i bptUe i Plpeliu tjltcans itrHI Hit IQYoieN oilnMkWorm Killer BJackdraugat Pine Tar Hooey r e P Whites Cream Vermifuge Kidaey sad Liter Cure Olntmwit Vegetable Liver Pills Spirits can phor Brass pins Parts green Clothes pins Pepper sauce Potash Building paper Potatoes Talcum powder Riflopowder Fuse and cape Dynamite Pencils lead Pencils elate Pen points Pen holders Peanuts salted Pepper black Rope Rooting paint Stock food Stovea pipeSleveSuspenders Hungarian sails Work shirts Sulphur Sugar C Sugar granulated Shot Shells loaded Starch laundry Shoe strings Starch corn Starch bulk Washing powders Spice Cinnamon Sage Tobacco plug Sealing wax Tobacco smoking Tobaceqtwlst THE PLOW THAT SHEDS WHERE OTHERS FAIL This Is a chilled ploW mOdeled and constructed after the type of steel plows It Is lighter draft and sheds soil no other chilled plow will In a word It has reven to be a short cut to satisfaction aa4 good crops Chilled cutter on share sloping landslide And 4 A PLOW THAT IS DIFFERENT The same old story but with a new front This plow ishigh and bold with a sharp and gets A new cutter with each new share It meets with favor by all who appreci ate this feature in a twohorse plow as A DOUBLE SHOVEL WITH DOUBLE VALUE Why double value Simply because of superior material and construction To those who know the Chattanooga Double Shovel Plow no argument Is necessary We are lifting out hat to the stranger to attract his attention PARKERS DEPARTMENT A few finelybred yearling Jersey bulla for sale F Reid 3 2t Five fresh Jersey cows for sale M S Baughman Stanfdrd tf FIVE good second hand buggies for dale B D Carter Stanford FOR Rs T70 acres grass land o- nJE Lynn place John G Lynn Bus tOBvIHe Ky 4t FOR SALEPure Boone county white seed corn 125 per bushel See sample at Lincoln County National and First National Banks Also 15 bushels ot cultivated hemp seed S J Embry JrPeppleelStanfordBuy wheT ypu can get quality J C Mc Clary 100 BALES of timothy and some clover for sale Mrs F B Barnett Huston KyWilson Alexander bought of J H White his farm of about 38 acre for 4OQO Mrs Battle Owsley reports the death of a fine graY mare valued at 860 A fire broke out in the warehouse of D S Gay at Winchester and the con tents about 15000 worth of hemp vu badly damaged by fire and water The loss Is covered by insurance My pure bred seed corn Is on safe at T D Newlanda Stanford Walton Moss i42t FOR SALEChoice Polled Durham and Shorthorn bulls ready for service Also some fresh Jersey cows and heir KyPhoneRebGoddardwhocantmiss a Lin onhahdMendejH illehudeobari J- H I L I Thread ON T J- Tl1rMd ThreadkeeTubaTea green and ttI4 S picksStrainersFiiMaels Coffee pot MeastiftsBucketsBuckets well Buckets fiber DlshpansCupsVaseline Jelly cake pans Wire smooth Washboards Wire barbed Wire telephone Ivory soap Whitewash brushes Witch Hazel soap Tar soap flutter milk soap A full lino of dry gods notions ladles and gents furnishing goods mat tings and rugS We also carr a alo9J a ot Oxford and itomo mLle aa excellent so led Ion of rcllgotu m bilks j long convex moldbOard The strongest share All bolts for shares landslde and moldboard are the samequite a feature Tho front Is so low and the plow so rakish that nothing sticks to It except farmers the crop maker lie member cutter front very long moldboard on share and rune very light Capacity 10x12 Weight 135 Ibs plowIt gestion of those who plow those who know it will attract and make friends by Its style symmetry and we may say new if not novel features Haa two bolts In share and An extra long beam Capacity 6x9 Weight 70 Ibs onlyknewBladefastenedwith correct bend so they doat need resetting before used Width between blade adjustable The best material fashioned and finished In the beat way That is all and It Is enough W P KIncaid sold a nice combined gelding to J G Burnslde of Garrard for 225 I want to rent 50 or 100 acres of grass close to town A T Nunnel ley 142 Nevin Carter sold a flve year old mareI to Denny Bros of Garrard for 900 uIDoisey Oolddnst J2052 Full Brother to Eatelle No 219 4400byGoldduet aud on trt Justin Morgan The dam ImpArabianDorsey Golddust is Florence by Gol den Mingo Cbjek a sou of Gafla Com et Morgan C Note This is an intensely inbred Morgan station the blood now in de mand dappled bar black points 16 hands high IJOO pounds stallion ofgreat beauty and action with speed and endurance and utiex celled as a producer of high class show road and Eastern horses The- reoordeof Ills produce both in show and sale rings show his value and merit as producer of flue road show and rain horgea A look at sire and coltswillllcconvincing myfarmto approval mares at1Jj to jniufe a adayTber orMcapeef t L yQ 6 When you buy a suit of clothes get New York styles all wool at SAM ROBINSONS Stanford Ky Shoes and Oxfords Mens and Boys Clothing Quality and price suit everybody LeL SANDERS Crab Orchard Kentucky Ii with 3ou to sell the STOCK Take J to vNew Stock He liuyrAnd sd every day the year except Sunday your Beat market the tstatut with ltkwtyef enl null water best covered pens outtuh of LouTsvillq fir Lejdagtiu STANFORD KY We also dagciicral hitch and fecti busiaeas WL E 0 WALTON VPm L R 9ST Stanford Estate Stanford KentucKy I I Farms nod Town Pfopertr Handled on Commission Stocks clad Bonds I Sold If you Have Protlerty to Sell or Refit Notlfylls r l Write for Circular to itL R HUGHES Secretary Ky V Tin in94 Plumbirtg Heating 1 Dont let 1010 paeil without having hot and coM water through your house with a beautiful w- hitePorcelain Bath Outfitf Have w WARNER to install your water works with reasonable prices and guarantee r r We also carry stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Rooflag and Roofing Paints f Call and da Telephone 188 W K WAI4NERstinoxdKy Polled Angus Bull will stag m f tliorpuvlitired Polled AapelbunatmyalAdetiltBoalereet pike atji iwy Site wlkaCawtaoin to be oalfof ttt beet a w IbVS41- d A R If hanything in II Nunqelleys Yards S HI tkhonstock la MCARTVPrM HUQHEi Real Co1 l Stanford K country in see 4 1 Ma Amusement and Eiter= ErcniBfThe rolksUfllIlChh I nlgbt Only and 100 v FjYILG5N5xatIAA PROP Btknford IC NOTICEThasfliavlagolellasaaalattheestate of themproperl1IiHlatel tas estate are aottfted to settwits dwtatstraiordfrerlietieRlatv