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U I a M DISTILLER PASSES AWAY Col. Belknap Dead. republican candidate for governor against Gov, Beckham In 190.1, died at his home in Louisville Wednesday afternoon. Ha wm 5t years of age and one of the wealthiest men In Louisville. Belknap, Cot. Morrli P. BROTHEROFLOCALMAN KILLED BY EXPLOSION. Walter Warren Receives Sad News Of Fearful Death Of A. T. Warren In Texas. Came Back to "God's .Country." End of Celebrated Case. HOW TO SECURE CO- Pi , - 1 f '. i ,- SL John Traylor Dies at Home Near CHterts Creek As The Result Of Blood Poisonlnc '- sPPt'sV flftaT H i' andai'uc'i better anil more prolific end came and now that the loving hus crop of . or i Is being produced every avirl lta.t.1 mm Wmti Id mm nnin lk. owira mine, ia nv iiiuiv, iiict lA.fn year bj letter selection of the seed corn. I!vry farmer In Lincoln county the sympathy of everyone. , Mr. Traylor wai born In Lincoln coun- who raiiea corn is urged to be present ty and Hved here practically all hie life. and join the astoclntlon, which costs Betides hie wife, he is survived by five nothing, and get tome of the seed com. daughters, Mrs. Ivon Fish, of Crab Or chard, Mrs. S. K. Dudderr, of this Court Day Sales city, Mtss Polly Duano Traylor and two John Travler. one of the beat known l4nitilft this ptrt of the state, and m leading resident of thi county, passed . af fcifc knmA In t liA fllll.. fMAL ttestien of thii county Wednesday. For mmjt years ho had operated the John i ray iw uwmery at uiioeria irecK, nis bfether, Henry Traylor, operating the itigsweed distillery farther op on Dlx rlw. Mr. Traylor had Jjeen In ill health, fer tome time, and while his death was hardly Unexpected, still it came at a aad blow to his friends and leved one. The immediate cause of hit desth was blood poisoning. Hit wifo a4 chHdren were with him when the Arthur Thomas Warren, brother of Walter Warren, of Stanford, was one cf the victims of a premature explosWill Be Given Away And Grow ion of powder on the Santa Fe railroad ' near Brownwood, Texas, early in the ers Organized Today. week He was foreman of the blasting W II. Strange, representing tho, crew, and It is believed that his body Stat Department of Agriculture, will was blown to atoms as he was Imme- he in stanrnril tins, friuay, aiternaon, tiiateiy in the neighborhood or the 1 u 'clock for the purpose of form-- 1 plosion, in which eight others were killing a torn Growers' Association, and cd. Mr. Warren received several three bushels of seed corn grams this week to the effect that no free to the members of the association, trace of his brother's body had been Much K"Oil lit been accomplished by found. He directed that every elfort these or,jMzatlnin of corn growers be mado to find it for buriul, If ho was I ex-nhJ Free Seed Corn uan h dSv ' TnBY aav -- B' JSBSBSSSSSSSJ tBssaaav . ' lam. 9Hr t iPVB JJkfLm V anaV sH MaBsf UatfHaW sakBam XBk sk. ?'taflatsaw saaaaaaaH KaBBaaaaaaaaaaaaal The Tennessee supreme court affirm OPERATION OF PARENTS ed the sentence against Col. Duncan 0. Cooper for the murder of former Sena tor Edward W. Carmack, but reversed Teachers At City Schools Write the sentence againat Robin J. Cooper On Subject-Pa- per That Was on the ground of errors. Before the Considered The Best. dissenting opinion had been read in the case of Col. Cooper, Gov. Patterson IsThe teachers In the Stanford city sued a pardon to the convicted man. schools have had regular mectin s thro'-othe year. They meet not so much for social Intercourse as to ntnrW ami Clark Farris Dead. discuas the problems of the work of nettcrfng the school system. In their Garrard County Veteran Dies At study they have just completed a text ut Confederate Home. saBam aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaak Jtmflaaaaaaaaal nis younger daughters, twins. The. funeral of Mr. Traylor was con- Six Hundred Cattle On Market ducted at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon And Demand Brisk For All. by Rev. J, G. Livingston, of Crab ' Interment was in the Goshen I There were altogether about COO catcemetery. tle on the market here court day, and practically every one of them changed Dies of Pneumonia. hands. Stockmen and traders from all over this part of the stato were on Kunnelley's stock yards ajd hand Sweet Young Girl Passes Away there at a brisk demand for every waa Near Hustonvillc. thing that was offered. So good is the market here that Mr. Nunnelley has MIm Beetle Talmage Lyon, the men over the surrounding country lookdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. ing for cattle to buy, and then can not U. Lyon, near Hustonvillc, on tho pike, died at their home Wed- secure enough to satiafy the demands nesday, after a short illness of pneu- that are made upon him. monia.' She was a sweet child and very Do bought from C. A. Hammond, of popular with all, and her loss is a se- Russell county, 78 mixed cattlo at from vere one to her parents. She will be laid to rest In the Hus- - 2 toCic Mr Hammond and U. T 5- - fe tonvllw cemetery this, Friday, morn Sulby, also of Kusiell, bought 64 steers r ? ng, at 18:30 o'clock, after services at from Charley Pile, of the McKtnney the r.etne,ey Kev. U. J. t'mkerton. icctlon, and immediately told them to M. J. Farris, of Danville. A. T. Nun nelley sold to George Peel, of JessaJ. L. Fagalcy No More. mine, SO cattle at 4 to C)c. Ho sold 'J, L. Fagaly, a prominent resident to Mr. Farris, of Danville, 21 cows at 14 the Waynesburg community, died at 2c to 4 cts. and sold a bunch to Har ttld ban. nn Tilf.idav ami waa hurl,! ris Bros., of the Hubble section, at Gc. i' h?ffera mtkm a.mlii In thn Drt.U. Anderson Carr, sold six yearling Jersey 4V IUM .VLSI RWRVIiJ IUt Got Methodist church. Mr. Fagaly to heifers to Lutes A Arnold at a good figure. Wat 06 years of age. He came to esunty from Ohio and had the Jones & Cress sold 12 cat reflect of everyone who knew him. He tlo to Hill, of Garrard county, at Gc. it survived by three children. Mr. Faga-W'- a They sold to M. J. Farris, 25 cows at dfath was caused by congestion of 32c and bought a number of hogs at 9c Mm kMgi. lie had been ill but a short for delivery May 1st. William Spoonamore sold a nice iron gray mare to J. J. Seevers for $175, and Chamberlain's Stomach and Ltver the latter was offered $200 for her w TsWeta assist nature in driving all im- - shortly afterwards. &"MfKlM out of the system, insuring a T. C. Itankin bought of L. Rankin 16 cattle at S35. "Mree and regular condition and restoring .tieerRaBSof the body to health and ttongth. Sold by G. L. Penny. Had Key To London Jail. d. Lin--ee- hi d dead. Some believe that his body was buried under tons of rock. The dispatches from the scene of tho catastrophe said that 1.600 pounds of dynamite was touched off prematurely and the explosion sent men and debris hundrods of feet into the air. The men wero working in a deep cut and caught tho full force of the fearful blast. The missing victim had lived here in Lincoln county for some time several years ago, and had viilted his brother THOMAS D. NEWLAND, JR. Who i back in Stinford to manacre his father's big nor.- - after ten years as a leading pilemn of Danville. here. High Value On Dogs Taken to Louisville. Tom Hackley Refuses to "Swap" John Ovralcy Reid Improved Suffi Fox Hound For A Mule. ciently To Go In Automobile. Mr Reid has had a long and hard tussle with the dread typhoid fever, but his many friends are delighted to know selling at present, this puts a pretti that he seems to have conquered it and high valuation on fox hounds. Mr. it is believed now to be but a question Hackley breeds the old Wulker strain of time as to his, ultimate recovery. of dogs and thinks they are the best in the world J. T. Hackley, Jr., is the boss fox hound breeder in this part of the country. He has just shipped dogs to six different states, and nearly all his shipments have been to old customers, showing that they aro 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 so highly that he refused an offer to trado one for a mule, made him by Geo. Holmes last week. At the prices mules are John Owsley Reld 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. Rcid's condition was such that he would run no risk in being transferred overland in his motor car. News was received here Wednesday of the death at the Confederate Home, at Pewce 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, lie was a brothe of the late John R. Farris. Mr. Farris' wifo died some years ago and he leaves one daughter, Mrs. George Holmes, of Lexington, one brother, T. S. Farris, of California, hotter known as "Bub," and three sisters, Mrs. John Engleman, Sr., and Mrs. C. V. Gentry, of this city, and Mrs. Sam Engleman, of California. He waa a member of Capt. Bob Logan's 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. Grigs by when Morgan and his brave men swam tho Ohio river. Grigsby's horse was killed at half way and the two brothers at great peril to them selves turned their horses, and their colonel grasping a stirrup leather of each saddle, they landed htm 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. Mr. C. V. Gentry went to Louisville yesterday to attend the burial. entitled. Chamberlain's Standards In Education. "How to Sccura th Co operation of Patrons" waa a subject assigned them for the April meeting. A committee examined the papers and the one which follows was regarded as worthy of publication. They all deserve to be published, for good thought and well defined plans are in each one. This will go to show some that often while the pupils and patrons sleep the teacher is studying for the interest of each. This was written hvMlaarinnio Eaton. INTEREST AND ENTS. OF PAR m M Railroad Fined Hubble. r Return Will Be Played at Hustonville's 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 is mentioned of the hand that shapes the destiny of so many of our fellow worker. The renowned inventors, authors, statesmen, orators and other learned men of our land have had some incentive, 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 success, only, at last, to attain the summit of all glory and fame. That word of encouragement to a struggling apprentice, or that determination imparted to the was the power. In its results, behind a weak and tottering throne. As we mold the character of the children of today, so will the citizens of tomorrow be. The child is tho 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 arGame ticle they may turn to the right, which leads to the path of righteousness;' or Danville Today. to the . left, which opens to the road of faint-hearte- j. wrong-doing- Line-u- p. For Carrying Over A Gallon of ing of respect and reverence as for his The Stanford High School team goes father? Even the most Booze Per Passenger Into willful and dis Everybody is busy getting ready to to Danville this. Friday afternoon, for obedient are influenced to a greater or Harrodsburg. plant corn a return game with the nine of the D. less extent by the words of warning Farris Fitzpatrick and wife are both & D. Institute. As the latter are seek- that fail from the lips of his parents. The lateat wrinkle in the fight the on the sick list. Uncle Charley Duke Is laid up For whom has the boy the same feel 1 I I.MA. WAYNESBURG. fine bey. .Miss to the wife of Sherman May. a very III entertainment given by the L. 0. T. M. of this place waa a seeeeat, J 18 being cleared. The 21 girls, conducted by Mrs. Swltb, wat beautifully carried out A large crowd attended and per feet enter was maintained. dr. social The ed to Kentucky, atter a few months' sojourn in Indiana. Mitt Elsie Single-to- o wat with her aunt, Mrs. A. I), frlor-iralast week. Messrs. Moore and Walls aad Miss Beetle Moore visited at Mrs. II. II. Singleton's. Kev. W. S.- Taylor filled hit appointment at this place Saturday and Sun - proving. J. G. Griffin and family have return- Lena Singleton, who has been with pneumonia, is rapidly im- Christian Chuich. There will be a joint meeting of the Ladies' Aid SoeUty and tho C. W. lis M. in the lecture room of the Christian church Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. A full attendance It urged to make Anal arrangements for convention. Every member of the churcb it requested to make a special effort to be present at the Bible school next Sunday to secure the convention banner for the largest attendance. Every family and especially those wboretida In the country, should be provided at all timet with a bottle of sold on that Chamberlain's Liniment. There is no the prescription of a creditable physitelling when It may be wanted in case cian. of an accident or emergency. It Is Hwtt excellent In, all cases of rheums-t'isTo Receive Census Reports. sprains aad bruises. Sold by G. L. Penny. I will be at the meetings of the trua-tee- e boards to receive census reports at Bottom, of Shtrby Cfty, bought Waynetburg, April 21st, II. C. Crab Orchard fcur Sept imber delivery 3i ststft frwn April SSd and at McKlnney, April ath. 4ev O. 8bMM.Bft R. U. Coept at 3.06 with a sore foot, the result of frost bite. Tobacco men are complaining that their tobacco beds arc not coming up A. P. Sloan sold a mare to Wm. King, of Boyle, for $160. A. A. Rankin sold some cattle to T. C. Rankin at $35 a head. Miss Nannie Sloan has returned t Oerea after spending several days with George Farmer, who made his escape her parents here. from the London jail in a mysterious R. L. Hubble Is building a tobacco manner last Friday, was captured in barn. J. C. Eubanks is cutting timber Pulatkl county by Deputy U. S. Mar to build a large tobacco bstci. Mr. a shal George Thompson and Prank Gooch, of the Highland section, will and is again in custody of tho jail- saw his lumber. R. F. Sloan writes er of Laurel. from Nevada, Iowa, that he Is A key to a aide door that is never with the country. used amTwhlch had been lost for some The lamp In Mrs. J. L. Sloan's incu time when the present jailer took bator exploded, setting the house on charge, Vat found In one of the prison. Are. She succeeded in putting it out, er't shoes, but was slightly burned about the head and face. Still Destroyed In Rockcastle. J. N. Sloan, of Oryantsville; visited his brother, A. P. Sloan, Sunday. Deputy Collector F. P. Elliott, of this city, made a raid on Skagga' Creek, in McKINNEY. Rockcastle county, and destroyed a fine ine uauy MaccaDew have reorgan copper still and complete outfit for nero ana win meet on moonshine whisky, with several ized ineir nive each second and fourth Thursday afgallons of beer and mash. It ternoon. hundred Preaching at the Baptist church next was one of the beat equipped plants for making moonshine whisky ever captur- aunasy morning ana night by Kev. Coleman. ed in the mountains. London DemoMiss Llpps, who is teaching a subcrat. scription school at this place, 5 making a suceets of it. MIm Edith Robertson, of Browns-towPrompt relief in all cases of throat Ind,, Is visiting her cousin, Miss Hodap, who is a stenographer in the and lung trouble, if you use Chambt Cough Remedy. Pleasant to take, Columbus Singletree Co. George Riffe is working third trick toothing and healing in effect. Sold by at the depot, raueh to the delight of his G, L. Penny. friends. Miss llettio Moore has returned home for n visit before going to Washington City to accept a position Druggist Acquitted. In the census office. The honor roll of the McKlnney school is as follows: Mariorv Cocktnm. Pearl In the circuit court at Danville W. Jarbee. Grace Elliott, Ollle Crump. A. Reynolds, the Junction City drug Helen Jones, Patterson Tanner, John gist, was acquitted of the charge of Murohy and James Cannon. Miss LIods. selling liquor Illegally. The evidence the teacher, has done splendid work this term and the patrons are much showed the wbiky was ld d Mul-Unwell-pleasg n, pleased, u A Wyomino Gibl will be presented at Walton's Onera House on Monday nlcht April 18. It is n beautiful play of West ern life and thf characters are highly recommended. Miss Daily Haselton, who W starring In the part of "Sets- tors," gives A beautiful and pictures-,icreation of Western life. Remem Mr in oste, asooosy HfM, April is. m ing revenge for their defeat The parents spare no expense that their here last Friday, a hard contest is ex- children may be well clothed, .well fed pected. and last, but not. least, well trained. The Hustonville base ball team has The children are finally sent to school, received a letter from J. Hal Grimes, placed under the thorough training of a manager of the Harrodsburg team, in qualified tutor and, as far as the par quiring about the organization of an ents are concerned, their duties are amateur league to be composed of Har- completed at this stage. rodsburg, Hustonville, Lancaster and In the pedagogical profession, thn Stanford. The Hustonville boys have successful teacher, in order to accom line-u- p bea good team this year, the plish the most satisfactory work en ing as follows: Bishop, C; Swope or deavors to understand each child ner. C. Dunn. P; Swope, 1st Bj G; Dunn, fectly. This is impossible without the 2nd B; Neal, 3rdU; C. Dunn, SS;Stagg assistance of the parents. How can a LF; Hall, CF; Carpenter, RF. teacher, who has had a child under her or his instruction for the brief period of a month, understand the disposition Home Cure For Eczema. ef that child, as the parents who. for 14 or more years, have watched every uoes it not seem strange that so movement with a mother's care and a many people suffer year in and year out father's pride? The teacher's aim is to T with eczema give to her pupils the best that In her A 25 cent bottle of a simple wash lies; and in return, to obtain from the stops the itch and will surely convince pupils the best results that they are any patient. capable of rendering. It is impossible This wash is composed of mild and to reach each child in the same mansoothing oil wintergreen mixed with ner. Yet the teacher has 30 or 40 puthymol and glycerine, etc., and known pils of various incHnatlons. What then as D. D. D. Prescription. We do not is to be done? A few days after a zealous teacher know how long the D. D. D. Laborato ries will continue the 25c offer, as the takes charge of a class, she will be remedy is re gulary sold only in $1 bot able, If called upon to do so, to go down writing after each pupil's lies ana nut never oeiore neen put on her name industrious, ambitious, mischievttio market on any special offers. try a bot-tl- d ous, indifferent, apt, dull, nervous, If you want relief at 25c on our personal recommends careless, or even troublesome; of course In each case using the word applicable tun. Shugars & Tanner. to the child as a pupil. Now that the teacher has discovered the difficulty Louisville Starts Well. that prevents, the child from beeommg-student, she seeks to remove the ch-The Markets. The American Association opened Its atacle. There Is the boy who cares season Wednesday and Louisville, last nothing about school, except to give Re season's pennant winners, defeated his teacher as mueh. trouble as possible Cincinnati, April Columbus 6 to 0 on the latter's grounds. nnd to influence others to do the same. ceipts 666. market active; ateady to fair to good shippers $6 76 (? Toledo won from Indianapolis, 5 to 0; The teacher leads him aside, teHs him Hogs Re- Milwaukee beat St. Paul 2 to 1 and of the value of an education; all to 7.76; common $2.75 (C 5. ro ceipts 2,242; market 15 T$ 26c lower; Kansas City defeated Minneapolis 10 to avail. Then she tells him of the pleaj-u- re SO 10,40; 6. It would give bis parents for h'm butchers and shippers $10 common $7 G? $9.75. Sheep-Rece- ipt! to do well; no effect Is annarent Th. $3 75 G.75. 281; market steady, T1E LIterarv Socletv of tho Fourth she reproaches him; the result is evn Lambs-Mar- ket steady, ft.2o 8 75 Grade of the city school will entertain worse, rinally, grssnlntr at tha ( its friends this, Frldaay, afternoorj hone, the resorts to rebuking andchas-tttemen- t, but the boy is only hardened Kilk A Murderer. Claiborne Walton is president of the so- A merciless murderer Is Appendicitis eletv and Annie VanAradale Craiz sec- - by this method, as ha has Innc ).ai -- . customed to it. The teacher hao trwi with many victims. But Dr. King's first one plan and then another, until New Life PiM kill It by prevention. her resources are rhn.ri They gently atimulate stomach, liver .k . gives up in despair. By chance, and howek, preventing that clogging the John G. White bat been appointed asks for h:a assistance In a trifllne uf that invites appendicitis, curing consti postmaster at WlncbtaUr, and again lair, tne minute that thsbovraaiiTr. pation, headache, billioutMSf, chills. Bradley scores. (CMtlnued on Fourth Pge.) 26c at Penny's Drug Store. officials of Harrodsburg are making to keep booze out is the fining in the police court last week of the Southern railroad to tho tune of $50 and costs in each of three coses, amounting to $160. The charge against the railroad was that it had on three occasions carried a person aa a passenger upon a ticket paid for by him, and in addition to carrying the passenger, carried with him more than ono 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 tho par ty alone for carrying him, and that their ticket obligated them to carry the passenger and personal baggage to the amount of not exceeding 160 pounds and that the whisky brought in each time was lets than that in weight. It admitted that if it had brought it in as freight it would bd 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 UarrodtburgcouldgotoLav. renceburg and for $1.14 could bring in a 160 pound keg all for the price of a ticket; and further that the local optii n law limited td amount of whisky a man could briBg in as baggage to not exceed one gallon. Judge Grimes took this view of the' case and held that the company wai guilty in all three cases. roll-cal- l, 13-C- attle - i.f ""' ..i A .Vr-- r WJLW1 "SfTy " wTy; TIES GO RIGHT AT it INTEfei'.TtmttfrAt, 1 tr""' T 'Pt't APRIL lfth, lfliO .PAGE TWO STANFORD, KY. y.SBYflakAta The Interior Journal. Established 1872. IT. Friends and Neighbors Ia Stanford Sequel, No. 25 "" Watzmann, No. 343. 2. TT Will Show You How. Get at the root of the trouble. TUESDAY AND FWDAY XVWRY Rubbing an aching back may relieve At $1 Tcr Year in Adtanco. it, but it won't cure it. You must reach tho root of it tho Publisher SHELTON SAUFLEY Entered at the Tost ford, Kjr.i a Offlco at Stan- Second ClM? mall, kidneys. Doan's Kidney rills go right at it; Reach the cause; relievo tho pain. They cure, too, so Stanford people say. Capt. HON. HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county, li a candidate tor for Congress from the hlghtli dltlrict.subject to the action of the demo-crntl- u Thomas Richards, W. Main party, still they come. The papers of the Eighth Congressional district aro not going to be laggards and permit the other country papers of the state ti secure all the honor and credit of demanding that this district's favorite son is the Moses to lead the democratic childrenjout of tho wilderness. The Danville Advocate views the situation well in this editorial: That the path out of straight and tho slough of despond for the democratic party in Kentucky is the nomn Co.. Baffalo. New York. ination of James B. McCrcary to serve sole agents for the United States. si L.. at... uumc Mnnn's ivememuur 1110 Hnmrt wwou o Art a second term as governor of the commonwealth can not be logically disput- take no other. ed by anybody conversant with circumstances as they exist at the present accepted, Bids also received for tho purchase time. No other natne that could be same ten- of the old fountain. The highest and best mentioned would have tho cash dency to unite thellfactions and nono hlrl will ha accented. This is a would bejsurer of on election. sale. other Applications for the dirt to be removHaving ably and honestly served his fellow citnens in every position to ed from the yard will bo received at tlS which they exalted him in the pait; same time, net having won the esteem and respect of The committee reserves the right to his politicul enemies as well as the love reject any and all bids and at plicaand admiration of his friends, and hav- tions All bid3 and applications must b fil ing once made the State what ia known its history as "the model governor." ed, sealed, with one of the committee, in April 19, a he could again be induced to enter on or before 10 o'clock a. m., the gubernatorial arena, there is not a 1910. republican opponent who could sue- - J. P. Bailey, W. S. Burch, Com'tce. cessfully stand before him. And what a step upward it would be from Willson Farmers should eat to McCrearyl Just think about it I or a more oatmeal. moment, contrasting the conditions prevailing when the latter Was governor Although the farmer of today is able and those existent at tho present time, to buy almost auvtking he wants to and which are likely to be perpetuated wear or to cat he isn't paving enough indefinitely if republicanism is again attention to fYxxl values when it comes demauccessfalby the mistake of the to his own table. ocracy in nominating a weaker cam If he lias been watching the extenand who is there that will say sive researches and experiments on llic question of the best human food McCreary is not the Moses to lead the for muscle and brain he will heed the children of Israel into the promised advice from .ill sides to "eat more land? Quaker Oats." AND well-define- d Prntcr-MilburT P Street. Stanford. Ky.. says: "Many years ago my kidneys began to trouble jnc, My back grew no lame that 1 could not stoop and I slept poorly at night. Sometimes an almost complete retention of tho secretions existed, then again I had a frequent desire to pass them. When the secretions were voided, a burning pain was in ovidence. I finally had the good fortune to learn of Doan's Kidney Pills and I commenced their uso. 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 Doan's Kidney Pills to scores of iiwinln nml L'vervorit) has reported that good results have followed their use." tor sale iyanaeaicrs. nice oy cents. Owned by J. B. Snndldgc. Hus- tonville Ky. Bny stnllion, left hind Coach German Tliis splendid foot white; tonlcd Nov. 17, iuu-i- ; by Dignity Dnre 1882. horse was foaled May 21, 1903; by sire, Prospect, He Dnin Squirlie 101, by Block Squirrel H. Hnncnknmp, in Germany. 58, 2d dnm. Daisy Denmark 188, was imported by J. Crouch & Sons, by Sumptcr Denmnrk, Jr., 3rd dnm, of Lafayette, Indiana. He was sired Fnnnlc Wnllncc 56, by Sir Wnllncc. by Eskimo, No. MOO. He is n very Sequel is one of thow full mntlc ' ones with two good ends nndn mid- fine type of the best German conch th dle; is nn extra Individual in every horses, nd sold for $3.M0 three O respect; Jlist such n one ns you sec years ago. ; winning the blue ribbons in the He will make the season at my show ring, is fine Raited, never 0 to in-- j touches himself anywhere and is n place; nt HustonviUe, He sure living colt. j'.. very high going on nil 'round. has won 1(5 blue tics in show rings, J. K DAUGHMAN. never defeated. Come and see this going miles dta nfe M m m m& .trrrv.1 In 0 mtrtntrt grand colt, he is worth tnrw wiiii uri cuwpi " Ilus liorse win to see Sound. I map Henwij Una prnte. make the season nt HustonviUe at trt will nurelj no urn y " no munntr living colt. S1U.5" to insure ! tress. A mte and plin)rttin- - ww. I)ruglt. j mVmtt' MENS IA' f $ FUFDisbiDcjs. 8 Hi q at-$1- $ UKUur WE Have the Superior rsc S' H BaW o 1'f V. ti l o o & Lest you forget until you need them we will remind you now of those things you tire compollcd'to have In the next few weeks. Negligee shirts, they nre prettier this season than usual becousc of their modest, nont colorings nt $1 and $1.50. Tliot heavy uisV derwear will soon have to give place to lighter cooler shirts and druw-cr- s nt f0c mid $1 each, or a union suit nt $1 nml $2. Gauze hosiery in 25, SO, $1 ami $1.50 per pair, held in place by n 10, 25 or 50c. O 4 corn planter with both edge and Hat dropping plates, al- so thc Superior 1 horse, planters. and fertilizers. These planters have been tested satisfaction. give and -- 0 o I I' v t Jesse D. Tbt m H. HIGG1NS, I Stanford. Kentucky. Iv j, jnir of garters, light weight nml lipht cole uri 2:5 Mid SCc ""ties held with a 50c, $1 to 3.50 stick ' pin. S'c can fur finish you what yon need. ' iEBBWWHWS!lMlwwww', InsuresJTobacco and Tobacco Barns. L.Beazley&Co., a Nothing But Insurance. Wearen, H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Kentucky. :: Insurance Man, o STANFORD, KY. Kesldence Tlione M; Office, Wl. Insure with me and be fully Notice. Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned committee of the fiscal court for moving the rock from the wall around tho work-hous- e. court-hous- e yard to the Lowest and best bidder Quaker Oats is mentioned because it is recognued in this country and Europe as the bct of all oatmeals. Feeding farm hands on Quaker Oats means getting more work out of them than if ou Iced them on anything else. For hot climates it is packed in hermetically sealed tics; recular sue Cl package 10c protected. J. C. McClary, i! ? Undertaken and Embalrr en. Also Dealers in Fur niture.JMattings.Rugs. They will exchangeFumitiuo for ill Kindi of Stock..- - Give. Them a Call. Price Ribl. S2SZQ2SeS2Se3SQSSS3SE ,.... lj rn K G. Ii. iVntiy it. 11. ooo 5k t'olley K. It. t'olcman rS !p. Hess' Poultry Fanacsa "V ill make heim lay, euro them ot and keep them in good ihrilty condition. dUt-aM- ! Electro-Medic- al for the sick. al Baths Jndortakor. Embalmor and Ooalor in Harness, Saddlory, STANFORD, O tl STAKPORD. hFPtTLCKY Fish & Pennington, Insurance and Real We beg to inform you that we have installed our outfit for giving Electro-MedicBaths. This treatment as given by us is practically the some as that given at the famous Spas of Europe and some of the Mineral Springs and large Sanitariums in this country for the cure of nervous 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 diseases affecting the organs of respiration, digestion and excretion. It causes diseases of the skin and mucous surfaces, the heart and arteries, si KY- R Estate. All kindi of INSURANCE on all kinds of property. Only tholarg- C6t companies represented. Rules u luvr ns can 1J had anywhere. h'boneCltl. Homo Pnonr The increaw in tho nunilxr of epg laid, will more than jay lor tho riniall cxiwnt-- oi feeding. It ia wild at Penny' Drug Htore. S. . CARTER, Now Liver" - brain and nervous system, muscles and joints. The uric acid condition it the cause of Rheumatism in its various iormt; alio diseases of kid. neys and bladder, asthma, quiiuy and bronchitis, catarrh, eczema, hives, itching and burning of the slin, palpitation oi the heart, cold hands and feet, dizziness, mental depression, melancholia, neural gia, chorea, hysteria, numbness, Depot Stroot, Phono 00. 6TANF0RD, KENTUCKY. A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, t nni n irritriiiAtsnf Jonea National Hcbool ot Auctioneer!, Chlcitgo, find lmt bad uerience in nn uigcuiueiaieaui sun uiiiuh buro we told iom Mock Yards. Ulilcutto, tborougbbrfdi as blgli at J1.MO. Alto In h.r.M iMiaa wunrn fttiaiilet were made each day. Auctioneering Is a science and I bave me Heeor atudled It vltb tblt Idea. your phono can tale. I before you urrange for talettoyour advantage. rjIONKa-I- l mate Stanford. Ky., Phono 200. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can furnish the public llh the best, at well at tbe freshest of cut floera, plants of all kludi, bulbt, potted Doers, on short notice. Alto make a tpeclalty of wreatbt for for funeral purposes. In connection with tbe nborei I bave all klndt of vegetable! on bnnd at reasonable Pr,C"'0HllIHTMANlllKENII0UHEH. Kn lltiniiAHn. luou. eiauioru, swy. PENINY'S DRUG STORE, J8 rtV Pt SBBSeBB-BBSBBBBBBSBe- Btstnrord, Kentucky. R headaches and a great variety oi purely nervous symptoms. Old age and people of middle life are the greatest sufferers, but the young are not exempt. Baths cleanses the system of the uric acid A course 2 to 4 weeks of our Electro-Medicassd other toxic compounds; and. by removing the cause ol disease, gives quick relief and a lasting cure. These baths in connection with our Violet Light Treatment, relax nerve tension, produce sound sleep, improve appetite and digestion and by so doing cure nervous diseases, headaches, insomnia neurasthenia, nervous exhaustion, melancholia, etc. Obese, oi over (at people, get rid of 7 to 10 pounds per week without injury to heart or digestion, and with great improvement in health and appearance. You are invited to consult with us freely in regard to yourself or friends. Uurtfln. KentucKy. W " r P MILLS BUILDING, FREDERICK DEHAVEN.M. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. D. TELEPHONE 496 Fruit and Ornamental Trees ! CONCRETING "We are In position to do all klndt of concreting, such at Illock Work, l'avementt and. In fact, we can make any thing from r house down to a fence pott. We can saerve yoo promptly and guarantee work and material. (Tall and get our rrlces before you buy your material at least. nr.t-clat- Jl 1 ' rrV5w5. iBS-a- iN JM 5. 5. ra .a. t.t jn. GEORGE HUR, : I " Everything for Orchard, I.awn and Garden. One Million Htrawberry plants. Free Catalogues. No Agentt. TJalS!JHgl p g1 1? I. H.F. Hillenmeyer & Semi, Luxinqton, Kentucky. A very fine draft stallion, weight 1,600 pounds, stands full 10 hands high. He was sired by Ben Hur Major, 273, 3135, Grand Sire Scott, 2430. Dealer la and Manufacturer of; Dam, Jennie Beatrice, Clydesdale. George Hur is half English coach and Marble and Granite Monuments, half Clydesdale; best draft horses in the state. Will make the season at my place at $10 to insure a living colt Colts can be seen at my place Markers and 1'otti, Cemetery and Uiwn Vases and twtleet. Office and works, Ky. They show for themselves. I will also stand two Jacks and u Shetland pony at $10 each to inTO THE FARMERS. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford.Ky. sure a living colt- - Harry Jacobs, PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. For bouse, carriage and ilgn painting deco. rnllu nurwtr hanolnn altobUHCT trlniUllUK of nil klndt inch at tops recovered curtains and boottmaue. niopoverAionuife mKy., smith tbop Wett Main Ht Ulauford I'honaNo.CilU. J. J. BELDEN, J J. y, X- -. " 11KI.DKN. tu . i v! , ; j 1 wlllcontliiue to handle Fertiliser! In the juiutxi anu MOHinney sections ana bik niy old patrona to remember me. I alto ask the jutrouage of many new customers. nrlvatelv inr itock of Oro- i H.ira in MR. FARMER: Make your home as modern for your family aa a city D.t'.HUMM.K, l)olliB a goKl busiIxindon, Ky. cerletand llardwure.about IJ.W0. lleuso- nness. Will Invoice residence, ami place yourself iu a position to get the latest market quotations 111 health, at any time. This can he accomplished by menus of our telephone service, OKO. I). HOPl'Klt.Htanford.'Ky. & which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with I exmeasure taken by the benefits received. Cull or address our nearest office or write direct to IIaveyour Tbun your olothet, a tailor of low ADMINISTRAT0R,Sv NOTICE perience. wbetbera "Far-wen- t' price business suit or the finest evening headquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special THOSE having claims, aguHpet the esand "ro Liue" rate. If you are not nt present enjoying telephone service, we clothes, will have that Individualitymade tit tate of Geo. B. Saufley, which plainly Indicate they were to measure. take can immediately interest you, Our liuca cover the States of Kentucky, your tor extra I will alto fancy your meat, notified to present same to me under' trousers, SMyment. ure vests, top properly proven, fir Louitriaua aad the Southern portion of Indiana anil coats and- overcoats. Hprleg and Humme, TcQue&ec, saupki on band ready for your Inspection Those owhtK him will plwue (iWK set EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. Illinois. u, tlement with ma at oo4. H.O. KitFLKY. The Tailor. (mnOBroilATNDt l'pany, adfAkUtrater. Wanlord, Ky, RURAL TELEPHONES. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. V When You Have To Sell Call - J- t i Spring Summer Stock. de,ed H. B. Northcott. Stanford, Ky. TLone 153. i Miii)pi, lnd, ixe miUUMAK K. 'J,'UDOR, Mftnsfer.' I mJii rr ywir wr .. SJM THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. iHriTsWBHBBPsiBWaWiiii rAQE Twmm 1 m Cecilian 'SttJ n mid-ter- Leaf, ", H by tM Liltfl39D. A.'rwtfrt'! rw or tat dam Day Maid by Oambett W.tte.; 2d dam Netf br tWaou 1024; 3d tktn Noon Day by Si. Brno 275i4.fi Jam by P.lo. Ji. 1- 2I ln Cecelian Leal llie blood ol C. F Clay and RedWilkei u united with that ol Cambrtta WilkVi asd Pilot, JfHnlhoulJ prore eroti which rainot be neelled 3 I IGxrlan Leal u well JeTeloprd. rrgitiered iroitniitoli. four yean oU. He it nth bay with ar. i exceptionally two while hind leH and rangy lor trotting hour, upreially gtatrful in the nk( rtamli full 15 4 hand., hat high and lot! ol alyle ami finuh, which, in addi. lion to hit tperd, malet him an ideal hotte (o the dud. rhete quakiet are utt what it needed in a (ire lo breed high data harneti and walk-tro- t that trill (of ihe hortra, and it it the wall-tr- ot mott money and hat the readied tale Cecelian Leal it unmarked bul can'trot in 2 28, I le (will go (or a record thit nimrrer. I (e will make the aeaton al the Pink Cottage barn I .2 miles 'torn Stanford on the liuiton The lee to a Innrled numler o( ap. Ttlle pile. proedmarelhii teawnwillbe $15 lor a hiring colt. Seaaon lee due when mare it parted with. In oirnnj Ihe armed ol this young horte whoie tire and whoie dam'i tire are among the very loremoit ol all Kentucky't liortrt at urea ol fancy that I am making you an ahow norm, I , !! ofetol tare met C E. TATE.Ky Stanford, Middleburg. i . of stranee iIors broke into Q. R. Jones' poultry yard and killMrs. ed four or her fine ducks. The doRs escaped, ROinR toward Liberty. A couple w e J Frank DourUs iwore out a warrant of arreit for one Lucinda Nicklcs, fharirlnir her with kllline a hoc belong I., in 1.1m Thn riartles live In the Walltown aectlon. l)r D. It. Mlddleton aika U3 to say that the rumor to the elTect that he It Mt rroiatrrrd tinvslclan if fade and those, who think otherwise can find out by jrolnu to the clerk's ollire at Liber- ' , ) ' V 1 P V raising that was postponed sometime ajro on account of bad weather, will be held here Friday on the Graded School grounds, when a big time is expected. The band will make music and there will be other exercises to entertain those present. It seems that thcro Is Rolng to be something dolnR here this summer. A half dozen residences will likely be built, besides considerable repairing done. Our people have Rotten a moe on themselves at last, and the ton will likely show a decided Improvement before the frosts of another winter. The fiscal court, while in session hut vtcek ordered two bridges built in the county this ear, one at the Elliott ford between this place and Yosemlte, and the other across South Fork at Phil. These "shower of blessings" have been delayed uultea while and the fiscal court should be praised for bringing them even at this late day. Miss Minnie Shannon, of Junction s. City, is with her aunt, Mrs. J. A. Miss Emma Fogle left Saturday to spend several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Judd. Jason Lawhorn and wlfo visited relatives at ilustomllle. Miss Ltrile Fogle came down from Danville and spent several days with the family of J. C. Foglo. W. E. MeWhortcr went to Somerset Monday to see his brother. t The flatc X a Copyrijht Hart Schiflfher St M-- x fellows to our clothes; and we expect to keep on doing it. The man we especially like to "tackle" is the fellow who thinks we cant persuade him that these fine clothes, made for us by to harness" is pretty lively work sometimes; 44D REARING results are usually good. We've broken a lot K done, the but if it's well of high spirited HART SCHAFFNER & MARX We're con are better than any he gets made to measure; economy for him; better style, better quality. vincing a lot of just such skeptics right along. Ihe clothes do it; all we have to do is to get them tried on. Men are sometimes a little stubborn about that, but once they get into the clothes, that settles it They're the best, the most economical, the most stylish, and about the only clothes that you know are all-woo- Es-te- l. We like to get the other fellow, too, who thinks these clothes are too high priced; he's easy, if he once nets started; the economy is too apparent. New suits in grays, browns, tans, blues; fancy mixtures, snappy new patterns, very stunning creations, $17.5U. ifcZY.bU. ureat nneoi nne iurnisnings; snirrs, necKwear, nosiery, underwear, cest nats maae. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. MASON'S; MEET. . Your tongue is coated. Your breath is foul. Headaches come und go. Theso symptoms show that you stort; ach Is the trouble To remove tho cause Is the first thing, and Chamber-- 1 Hln's Stomach and Liver Tablets will , , ilg (hat. Easy lo mKounu mim um-vi-ve. Sold by G U Penny. Ashland Brook. I aT n TBRR ' l.!4-'ll?-rJ:Li,,,- :'J ,hpd Furniture ntxl I'mlertukiiig Diiy Plume 2 rtlnatun Mi .clock ta their tall on main atr.--- i aJ. K. linMarsrfHlrluaiir-ru P"""! MauvUy nli.taof-'..'Uiii...it- ' .' - Hc. I'" indurat- a, tint's inn nam tif the brat Guaranteed Night Phone 1 i.i. trrtK-riptio- evrr written (or .Stanford, KentucKy. ion or atoinaeh v (J I. IVnnv ' ditrMs 60c , Kentucky Farmers ' lliink that if they raise 20 bushels of wheal or 15 barrels of corn to the acre they are doing well. ARIZONA RANCHES raise from 6 to 9 crops of Alfalfa a yean cutting, which sells from utehl from 11-- 2 to 2 tons to the acre per We have ranches that yield two crops of corn S10 to $20 per ton. It to to Is a year, and no dry years, for all we have do make rain. water in the irrigation ditches. to turn on the chicken ranches, hay randies Wo hnvo fruit ranches, cattle ranches, line, large or small, and at nil kinds and, in fact, anything in the ranch rapidly All kinds of property are in great demand and getting higher every day. Railroads are heing built; gold, copper and zinc mines producing .untold wealth, and we have the finest climate in the world Ali Inquiries answered promptly ArlZOlia Will SOOn No .J- X Ol T II. It.trwlti Kuj.n. X ol IT H II I. ' K111, 1 11! M Irt lunula ovorgi'luvwi K. AalilamI Itnx.k .1 II k tKl With M..VMU mil. alHttl.ll Uti fMlnt Itui, toihl imr with left lilu I lout wo. . a lit tie giittavi tiipi. nti . i.ih.u atx e v. tiltH, aUIMl. H. tlMlHla high I Kl.lliHKK Hlrtll hi' hll." lit Ilr.Kk, No aii.lni'tton ti tVi lio tr ol Murmrt l rm.H.un 714, li. In Hoal Klax Jnikon, lwTj. rcrortl J W tb n lliiiv, Htont.wait BHMmnti- II', M. tn. Himik 1S1 I"', La-- t " Hmal Kliia't dam Mollis Xlouut. ' IT , 1. iln.Hk s i. , I. milt. Hiuulc g m it Iji1 H 'Mik ' ' an i t. h 11 In III. tint,it'v lit'alibi H' Hip. vTw 3 III. M rt Kin. I Kit, i i ttx'.k in i. 1. Iiikl- - llli. I lull Int.)dam King la-- . Kuixiiiu Hr.Hik '. tld N t ti. m V h. .rod . i..r!.nttfti 7 M dun ! it d t.lnu. Nrd dnui In Hi , Ilkl.t, unit all.4 II ul- - tfciuuuik In 1.1 Mliliri liiiuiirK, lull I Mini. No .kill lit 1ml bi 1.. 11 iltin i Jim Hull itboriMigiiMvl K t.l la a rxoitl l.! " Aatilaiirt It t K--v i .tutu Huna N01 XV r i hliid XXIIkH.. iroirtt IT'. a t.it. 1 rklnu I ui L'olor orultireil italll.ni of and lilari atyld th 'i..-- I J..UII I. ij.ntrt : -- I , HmIIt T" toilN.lhv) 111 bnxiug atai .Myli "tut in -wl lii I'wl llf.lr.rtlh i 1 ln. ...I XVflkf ITm stnl. .,l'. I y r,..rk XX iM IT W Ik. a. it. t I ... tli" Htanfor P'alr and t 1. ?""ii'ii la .i mui Llll.bN Prelndr. llU.ard dam dwKai lug her fnui i.f ti. u I th' i. J tin Muaro. aja. ur. m It. 1 Till. . ul Klnt. Eil. N'Otc Vablawl Brmtk aa a ItunJaoiuo tvl-l- u an. wrond In tin IM"-tau at H.n il-hi- ii lota ol aulMtaraoa han a boltl win ol mill 1 .ntiif. and .IMii.-i- l tli. i..t t t ullli alvkr aotl gri-a- t aatioa. wi.n thta .taa twooitt ol lhrf hii Kolnii with II . 111. oklot ooltaaf rwi wkl and tav i" lilu . i t a n i.r. all on. oulil oxraH't. tttc) la arlM (raxl Kim ikU will iitukv tu ...Inn with pUnlv of .1" and .1 gr. i.f 1I. tb loa .rlC'- - of 11 t ln.ui pni In I111. in 01 a t!i anltlniiti A.liland Hrook lr. llr.Hik gicut XX'i la .'vtindth' irr. it 11ml. ) ik (in. that K'i n- - ' I fin ror mari'i mni ti f"r 11 uiiIk itni ti..ttar.old Matin will muko t i old rwr tn ttklani! lu.urt. a Itxlug voit JtiiiKv n .li 'I ' tli lr . ul Muaon at lla u lu.ur, a IIM114 . .in trt gral Itilly KriiH i.t dam In Mm K.In John WHIajiHl dam ii Hff. In . m la l&a harala high, lilnok lti Minn a irnmt inula Jack Allot tlit) ii!h.v ninitlnnul .tml. will, maUn tlinaintciiof i"i at our .tal.l "', 11 - Hli Will io atunJ ttii'gr. ntI joiini; Junk XX'nr mllea XX'ai aol Hlnnfonl on tin- altli Hv t nrd or 11 n t for JunnH. pikv. Jlnri-- trail!, iwrtwl Traoaal liolor inarm forfDlta tlin InMiniiu'i1 and mom ) Iilt point 1S "nr Trma la h hurut. blah alrtKt t tlroill KlLtlTll tht Hii- - liHcoinaaduentthe tlnieol.u. on tranini tinn 01 iiddn .a III Imp lux DUil, hti that kohl (or Kor furrlmr Infnrtiintlnii raill H.T HAlUtlHA HilUT XVnoHH. niauiiiii a v ny 111111 urmi liiui- iiu J.Si. war rnnv until iimioni Mlur, u uy I'boQA Itlng X atnnford, K . arn. i Ilui-k-e- r No t.JW King Eagle. ni.! stn .. ?. - l, .' lrf lxl is. .' tl.t atl t'alr pa llm jn WAR TRACE. i' lliuk.lu in r)rr, MioilMinrugiii. :, .mat . m iiiMaM.aiaaa-aaa-.ia.M.aM,.a.ka- ..a. I S. T. HARRIS & ROBT. WOODS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY LOW ROUND-TRIP PRESTON. NO. 1122 VOL. Thu Champion anj Kamai Ol)' 5 gaitedJiaJJIc ttallion ol KcntucLy Y-- , 1 1. St.Louu Mo. Winning at all the Kentucky fairi and alio at the horis ihowt at Cufalo. N. 1. .. OeCOIIlU a It ntniA nnil aiuio uuu ifl u iumiiiK tlM1l Sill iu ui tliA f ajit uuui irAMi vciy HOMESEEKERS TO FARES The West, Southwest and Northwest c 2 Robert C Saufley, St. Louis WITHOUT CHANGE. TRAINS DAILY TO 2 in VIA ill III IMI 2 St. Louis WITHOUT CHANGE. TRAINS DAILY TO 2 fir Of tho G. A. MARSH COMPANY, Tickets on Sate Flrbt and Third Tuesdays In eaoh Month. Return Limit 2B Days from Date of Sale. "Writ for Farts and Special Dlxrtt RauU R. V. MINN, T. I' A. . S J. P Parker, Arizona. -- r-- MJUiariu.tt. m rrangmtnt.-G ARONKK. O. P. & Sired by Washington No. 54, tfrtt Jan Bell by Rhodcrvk. No. 104, aecond dam by Denmark. Fiction u a brown horte I) 4 handt highwith finj atyle an ery hijh aUAio. He haa not only proven himtetf lo be great thow horaa, but aU.i a great. brcciJrr. He u tie aire ol Carroll Pietton owned by W. O. Walker of Stanlord, K), lor whtci he ttluisj $3,500 ! lad aeatoa when he waa only 3 yeaii ol age. He u the grand tire ol Diana ol thi Lea, a winner It Maditoa Square Garden latt Fall, for Lawrence Jonea who paid $5,500 (or her, aba a giaad me of Queen of the Night that told in N , Yh March 14 1910 for $850. 1'ietlon will make the teaton ol IV 10 at roy ttatlj in Crab Or-ha- rJ Ky. at the reasonable fiour livintf rail. Will Kn m.... in ..... .. nf 20 tA itunr $( rw. Mnn.li II ... I. reipontible for accidenl or etcape ol ttock. S:atoa u due if mare u traded 'or parted with o breU to other ttock. . l, .7. C. I Grub Orchard, Keutueky. UAILEY, - trijilhsil .liiiiriiti,,, ,Tii i ,; JmMhimimMmtm0i i. ... .... j. - trax - "" mi .mi. wm m$ i iWtwa-grtJfVt- in.'f nmttn MBFOtm. L TINJBWQRJOUBNiKIlNJFOJd. Di4i)ih Dare 1982. Htw to Score CMperatiM (Continued From First Page.) Is of some Importance, he la a,t once on the alert and wllllo to do whatever Is requested. Not one pupU In a thousand requires this manner ot 'jttttoilwwii AUK!. that be All Hail to ihe Farmers and Stockmen! Behold the Conquering Herds Have Come! I t n i t If f 9 aTPr' I fe' M i- - L at thr years old worn approachment. But the teacher mKt elaaa to S.iior" BdM model In eicept ly have been saved all this trouble ne! h?n.l(?II I loVneou"ind hns won In ring. anxiety If she had engaged the4 paretid' oTSbVil. H colM nri nlwnyt In a talk concerning ihe priced three and me boy. The misunderstandings that have in.i!iTra edVhow horYAV Hty n ve ot hit iptrt 5m ' yenrs old at nn ivef sprung up between parents and teachiVrniiir Thr fine young Jsk Eicrlsior He h '"""M." lo er might have been avoided If they had lie "prlw .of"ll. ring wlifnihown sire Emperor, Jim llnliljo jenJS in" prwluc . situation. And, lMHIIIl net, imported, will miVe the sei. sired t lirimnni. Ilrnltl't. iiih: really understood the not ' TllWKOt "HCIl WlUllin lastly, the boy might have been so son ol 1910 il lli Coin Creek flee t .... Ynderson Mare. Hy ljr. -. troublesome, r."" Villey Slock. Grimlliy. Grim v'y rrince lrfndnn Dare IndllTcrcnt, slovenly hisand iierrinu jurir, Ta.ia lir v. fc.i had he known that miles White Foot, mother and fath '"Pr"'i"' nd Tobireo Firm, 2 sold fr.m Ahosto others that have ?iT....rifviL iinkathls recoril a a ilro er wero eager for a mutual understand ouih of Crsli OrcKsrd. Kf on ...T hiir 1.A.1 lift. lie. He tli Qisppell'i Gsp "YTJ "n' Fv iVaIUo, byKnertliar;: No ing between their son nnd the new II. by dam wis iprcully selected from the A. T. II, ll.i he teacher. ".rhe I'" William Wilch :ul A.T. . Rambler says "There can be no HerJ" ol Mr. Isne by llruleke s Hamliletonlon No. 1910 at my 'Greit (, will serve mnres this season of friendship without confidence; no confin Ress, Shelby Te is, & BanY " So the parmare traded dence without integrity prior to his jick tile two yeirt Money due when colt comesor ent and teacher must have confidence ritwth. jo; for the 1,000-icrr.c.r'r'Vn"-.- ! cSli's until SgTfor. in each other; and whatevercircumstan-cc- s This jick is in his fifth yeir; is may arise, be porfectly honest in lltck (a color with thirictefUtic for dealing with the matter. to 10 in mornlnit and 4 to of irtideil jickt apingon ol style, symmetry ind mv iMriuitinl Attetilion, I rue picture i .. nana . ii ii ...iii griy trimmings For a parent to be actually Interested responslWe for accl denti or but will not perfection, hit mijnificent heeJ. eirs. neck ind bodjr; strong, pleiunt counlerunee escapes. Will also at the same time ana in his child, he mult have a concern, lorra ind beiutr, thit nine ttand my ren nreeuum mi"eipresunj gutitude; ilerl, aquiline eyes; the eirs ihenghtsue, whether it bo pleasant or painful, acPEYTON of tibrite in unison ind hirmony; ammiled hy true inJ fonj emotions. Theneck, his J.lncolii companying especial attention to so well knon In the West Knit shoulders, trunk, feet, legs, thighs, muscles, sioews, bones ind nil correspond in county, al llofor marei and A for son or daughter in the school-room- . 1'ndicite he is a picturesque model to his jickship. due when ooll Is foaled or mar totraded, unique proportions ind it once1 any other When wo reach the stage that the pars ack ... I Ie hsi the iciion, igility a nd inimilion ol a "ricet" oc AnbUn steed. inJ feytoul.y Huff Dudderar Jim ror- - ents will feel this steadfast solicitude of ilwiys 15 J hinds, a dirk chestnut sorrel with by nubble's llrlgnolla and out lo the behokler. he is the gified son of a noble site, ind his and BREEDING: in their children as pupils, both the parNIcDomU 1833. "lvVt'nTs'nne ind these ajldbone and action, sited by Rex Pe.nne 1796. he by Rex alth very large bone nn.l lo hii tolls sire. loim. lymmrtry, style ind beiuty with elegince, ear LSr W2ST04 by Peanne 85. 2nd dam by Warren Harm' Denm.ik. 3d d.m by foot. oodISneck and Inch goo.1 jiuarters, well ents and the teacher will be ready to high and ittribiteinisVe them sell hgh. A'l toluol hu hie been mire mules etcept two iimuiiled hands I helping hand to uplift the one K by all who prelum, and Is said to be the extend a soon ifler weining except two; and ill hire sold Ifom 6S lo $125 it weinmg NOTeJS breed ol horse, thai ire comminding the highest pnc d and discouraged. best mule Jack in I.lncoln count! . who is ,. . t, j .. . . Hv Rex Peinne ind out ol old 3,u , . All are Invited to come and tee lilin, for sile. Eitelsior his strong, soorous ihythmicil, tenor yoice ind they ire not Ecu. he has as much resrineoioou No two classes of people should be more hiring colt. I'hone in residence. tnys the hours in chrooologtcil order; ind in short oc long metre, sings: Peme mre. Will serre limited number of m.te. rt $25 to insure D. S. CARPENTER.Ky. congenial than the parents and teach Royil Donkey! Onky! Onkyl Onkyl I siy; I siyl Exceisioc-- lhe HC!cnsvit.t.K, ers. For one to work without the othWis sired inJ foiled In Old Kimtucki And lines to work ind lot luck. impossible. er is I siyl I siy lm ihe Royil Donkey! A small child just entering school has I uyl I siy. See ind heu the Royil Donkey! ery he.y mine of bone, tod .choa with 62 with bert This fine blick siddle slilllon wn sired by ihe implicit confidence in histe acher. But This stalUon U dirk Uy. Chorus Only! Onkyl Onkyl by GiDTt Vemont. 3rd greit siddle breeding stillion. Old Slonewill. after pupils reach tbe higher grades, d.rn by Ulumu, 2nd d "BREEDING: Sired by Corili.n Chief. Jenny; Jenav, Jenny, my Jennyl He is a they become aware that teachers, like Stockinai. In otterinj thi. rtilbon to the pubhc. I know heu This colt's dim wis a Denmuk mire. 4th Onkyl Onkyl Onkyl Venough tobn. work .nd He u well enough bred to . IU tuce colt, ind his colu to prove his good breed-nall other mortals on this earth, are net-- 1 By specsil permission the following gentlemen and cittieai ol Lincoln county insure tintil weining ther omniscient, the very low price of $10 to nuure lire colt. nor Infallible. And Will stiad it $8 to ra. Will rtnd him rt hire kindly consented to be used n reference ind endorsement; hiring nisei or At me time nd plce Will tnd two good. ime. We hold a lien on ill olu until paid for. thus we might reason that a teacher j purchised his produce ind persons!! know this jick is a greit breeder lad thst mide lo stind by the imprrgmlor. may misjudge a child. If parents are ick Jim Porter nd Brignoli. The jcki re tBinen mites success in this breeding. his colu are tiled with the best; u; Messrs. John .Siylor. John Henry Hirrii, conscious of a wrong of this nature to I hre We hive petfect Brom F. Long: Morgan Chippie. George Holmes. Lute King. Bowen V,Gieoi, too well known to need drerUing which their child is subjected, they .Hilly nrecklnrldfle Jocobura Rrtnessttch ind I. S. Tens. mde severd esoni with them nd you til know A pupil fine blick jick wis sired by Mijoi John should enlighten the teacher. This Eiceloor will stind al $3 under sime conditions it the stillion Rrdilgx Ein $8 to iruure lire colt D. Hirru imported jick. He will mile the bow they breed. Termi might study very diligently, yet on actelsior u the site of a ery fine jennet colt and il destined to be i giest jennet jick. of 1910 it my birn it $8 to insure i cott count of some impediment or physical Service fee due with ll the bove idrertied The seison for jennets will.be $15. until weining time. His get ol 1909 u now on defect, recite discreditably. Another rock, when colt u foiled, mire tiided wld ol my firm to showjor his good breeding. He is s pupil might render an acceptable recibred to to other stock. Cite liken to prevent sure foil getter. tation, yet spend very little time or TRAYLOR. CD. A. T. iccident but not rwpoiuible ihould iny occur. thought on the preparation of the lesPLEASANT HILL Ranch.. He The young stillion. Cilton's Pedilgo, will stindst the son. Yet on account of the difference Breeding Firm: Stinford. R. D. No. 4. it a dirk bsy, 15 hanJi high, (our yeirs old. hu all the essential lactori ola mod. recitations, the teacher cenin the two Sired by Gsltoo 12910; dm Pde.tef.ter Nx 37IS, she by Falel stallioo. McKINNEV KY sures the former and praises the latPhone in Residence. coner's Abdsllo Metnbnno the seison co4 $I0. 2d dim Lottie Morey by C. ter. A child should not be judged altov F. Oty, etc. etc This stallion comhinei the LlooJ ol'lhe Himbletonua, Wili.es, getheron how he recites, but on what Msmbnoo. Seely. Amencin Stu and CUy fimihes, ind will stand at $10 to a jack will mile the he is capable of doing. Over 16 hinds limited number of good mares. Lien retained on colts until season is piij. Money u.,. Annr iom A teacher's place is one of untold reseison it our firm on old Dinville pike beAl Ba.r"' '2,V fee of $10 due at once il mire is sold of tra J;J. Will nt be responsible fo accidents BlreofOnlvlnO. S:1H. tween Hedgetille and Hubble it sponsibility. Parents send their chil.0,.:(., and U oltien with trlali from for mire mule ind $8 for horse mule, to insure escape ol miret. Msres pastured at $2 per mjnth. II you want stylish. Ia4 trotters, ""-- : j dren to school not only to be taught ltd lor iieed. Afio tbe lire of one dam with own- livins colt. breed lo Pedalgo. Hired by Gambettaw ii Sbetland pony, 38 Inches tall, make books, but one In Uiet:30llit. what is printed in the text F1TZPATR1CK & RANKIN. iiatntheXdniUt. l) in ed by Hugh Reld Foster, will ..loir Hedgeville, Ky. to bo trained in culture, refinement, :IOandietter. claimed to do idb Brrw. the season at to Insure a llvlnfj colt. lire in the worm. i u...Ul ..y morality and all that tends to the devw Itwiii He Is by on Imported pony that cost elopment of true womanhood and man11,000 In the Shetland Islands, and Is A hornless, red Short H rpearded by horsemen as the best hood. The minds of children can be Bull: an sJeal anunil in color tfenUcky, defeating all com. pony In 120. or better, ind dam uuickskp w tn(m. style, sue, symmetry, turned to what direction we please. ImJi ers In the show ring In 190J. Lien reI'rlnce.Jr..lreof J. Q. J weight, muscle and bone, will onade.S:KK.nnddaiiuof IS n pressions made on young minds are of . i. tained on all colts until season Is BiySuIUon; 15 J .2 hinds high; by Dignby stand it One DolUr, cish al the Snl dam by Old Joe, lire of the dam ol J vast importance and long duration. paid. Mares parted with or bred else1 Piul-in- e lot, with pnruVge ol return. Oa.toa carries the blood of four leading where forfeits Insurance and money Dire. I it dim Minnie by Rietui; 2d dim "Childhood shows the man, as morning All farmers should raise the Ssmlllei: Hambletonlan. Wilkes, Mnmbrlno becomes due. Will make the eaon at by Almont Forest; 3d dim SelUr's mire, a Star. best lied cattle; it pays to leep fhlefandHseley'i American shows the day." Parents are the sole and JOHN H. FOSThlJ, Qaltoncolttbnve gone againstand road-ite- r my farm. very fist pacer. He is i.hne individuil, high action the best, It is the bull that is the Stanford, Ky. directors of the management ot their In linrnem clauei the insure ind nice to hindle. great actor in transmitting ideil rings, tbey are In great demand, selling $10 to children. conditions and desclopmenu in bleb ai llwo after maturity, yearlings Will mike the season of 1910 it my firm a from f IK! to C50. Oalton will V,Hnin At home, the child's comfort is usuIhe herd. I nerelore. bring your VffimiimkSmXJ&V McKinoey it $10 to insure a live colt; money rtablet miles West of Hustonvllle I colt ally cared for to a distressing degree; pike at $15 to Insure a living bred. and thst wilt sell themiclfei without if mire is sold, trided ot bred to another cows and get calreiyoj will forfeited Money due If mare is tradedafter being every luxury that can be afforded is whobts-- l l the best Fn.n-r- s raise the beit stotk anj ge the Plenty of grass at liJM per month, tav ed chin music S. M. OWENS ic SON, to the people of Lin- horse. I offer my stock for mares, no other large mixed wjn coln county services provided. Yet a few years later, these as an auctioneer. HatUfaetlon stables for uuaranteed. McKinney, Ky Wi aik tH- - c 4 ?. lo pjrehase at tin mirket price the projesyof b'rt pr- mares' have grass lots and H. W. McWHOKTKU. same parents will, unconsciously, negmares to foal. Oruln fed nl cost. Exchange. other buyers. J Moreland. Ky.. It. K. I). No. 1 these fine inimili o fboneln residence. HustonvllleAll JKJI'I" lect their children so far as to send Residence. Turnersvllle. n Hustonvllle. Ky. them to unsanitary schools. The splendid school structures, the Havlnjr sold my farm I will on A notable anJ .rolifie sire. This Jetity ball wis sirei by Dr. Viaght No. progressive corps of teachers, the healF1UDAY, APRIL 15TH, 729tJ;dim Roberta N. 121610. "A. J. C.CNs. 8 West 17th Su New thy, robust pupils, are found in comAt my place 7 miles from Stanford In Yoik, N. Y.." w.ll stall al Tnras Di'lin. tub it the lot. wah priileje ol the Maywood neighborhood, sell to munities where the interested patrons Cows inJ heJers piilured il reisonible tiles. Tnis bull's progeny hire the highest bidder, all of ray personal are. No permanent advancement can been 85 pet cent heileri. His high gtali heifers hi sold fron $)S t $53 per proierty consisting of one splendid possibly be made without the enthusiwork horse, one good work mure, astic assistance of the parents. A new head ai short anJ low yeailinjt. Erery lamily hkl hsre a good Jersey cow, as , some extra nice hogs, two choice hollgojd lirinj. AUriy! nw golden Jersey cream and a matter ol comfort. e:ono-nyers, one thoroughbred Hereford and system might be introduced, but only fl butter, lor no other laites like this good, yellow butter. All farming Implements consist- to be condemned by tbn criticising pubcalf. Stockmen ana tobacco riisere will do well to kerp their eyes on 1. 000. Acre horse wagon, lic. ing of one good , abundant water, prolific limestone and nriowlng machine, riding cultivator, Ranch with iu fits Sock, griuy pittu.-ciReal friendship i not so much lovo SBHM BHsbHSsV BsV asbHBbsbHMSSBs.k?l J double shovels, one horse cultivator. and much virgin soil, picturesque loiesU and Umber and beautiful InJscspti. wire as love for the same plows, 2 for each other aslslRSSfl38H9la2smi llsLkflslHslHHlP'lW. fik 2 steel beam Oliver Chilledwgon fences ind grand pikes, numttoui tenant houiti and tobssco barns. This land thing. Yet a friend Is the most needharrows, evtra good set of tflslHlBlHBIBsbsHBlBm3HaaBlllBV flBsOsBsBsflllllstai B cents; 190? har- less of creatures, if ho is of no assist produces the finest quslrty of lobicco; crop of 1903 sold lor 16 pIjw gear, etc. I buggy and Hal ness, lot of corn, lot of meat ana ance. I he parent ana teacher are both crop sold lot 15 cenU per pound. innl. nno barrel of annle vinegar, con- interested in the child, with their mukVskVBkVBBkHsVBVSy household and kitchen furniture, iBWkVBkVBulkkVBkVBkVBLkVBkVBkVSSBI SSHHBHHHLV t sisting of two nice suits of furniture, tual assistance they can convince the spring mattresses, chairs, tables and child of his faults and errors and lead R. F. D. No. Mnnntlere. carpets, one good sewing machine, him to see that the corrections he reone good range and one coal oil stovo both nearly new, one good ceives are not intended so much to BaaP ''hW'4'-- ' v IhmBsZllIJ washing machine with wringer, lot of please the instructor, but are for his vkBnaHsW dishes and other things too numer- own advantage. faaHHBSs JsVsBHIWW,sPlSsJafeVr,JlM-vt- ?' Bl t ous to mention, Terms made known Children often become Indifferent toon day or sale, aaio ocpins jiruuipi- ward their school work and consequentU:30. JOHN T. LilVlMiS'iiW. iy at brought before it. There Is no word of hold the promising positions ly recite their lessons in a J. P Chandltr, Auct. display-ed- ; await them. But the Instant a visitor en- censure for the weakness thus manner. Always remembering that praise for tho strength of none of ters the door, the regular monotony of .Mninr from a bright coun "There are duties to do in this work-a- school life has been broken and it is an simply day world, class that hears the words of tenance. The mirror Is mute, attentive We must work.Jwe mnst worry, we receives. Yet would we of the teacher. The most ambitious child giving what it Pence, Jr. will make the season must strive; ho thinks that he is call the teacher or the parent a true 11)10 at the barn ot the late John Z. losea Interest, if friend, If, after pointing out the de- But back of it all, a pure motive subSpoonamore, mile from Rowland ae not receiving the attention and credit lime , not open the Chil- fects of a child, she did $10 to insure a living colt. If mart which Is due him as a Btudent. Will keen hope, the heart's malsitay. more useful mon- dren, unlike grown people, have never avenue of a better and alive." is traded or parted with, Beason life? becomes Sired by Preston 922, by Washington 51, by Cromwell 73, by Wash- eyPence, Jr. due. bay stallion, 7 years learned tbe art of deceit. is a wheee Citizens, who have no children, in Then the Ideal school is tfaeone ington Denmark 04. old, full 10 bands hlga, good style teachers and pupil work to- 1st dam Baby Pence, sired by Enoch Arden, 2nd dam Lady Pence by and action, by Pence, be by Klenzl, seheol, should be sufllciently interested patrons, ... and re- -- .. .i be by Belmont, be by Akwaader's Ab In school advancement to realize that gainer. iui nna onmmnn rauio uiiv v Forest 2803. 3rd dam by Garrard Chief. Alrnont He has dallah. Pence's tlrst Mp'by Almont the "children are the tomorrow of sod suit. The ambitious teacher might high four years of age. He ia a beautiful bay 1534 hands UOTO Forrest, 2d dam by.gJNnt Chief, 3d ety Tho pictures which hang on the u... S...I ...inn, ! pen this, to have jaore nutural action than any horse living, and from his success as a dam by Grey Eagwr-I'rlHUVO HOIS by HI reel, .,...,1.1 ...w w walls are not the decorations of our in- -' UUCIkl VU ihu Imrntnirdeslre for a school UanouM itestaurnnt horse in his three year old form bids fair to make a greuter show stow Pence, Jr.'s 1st dam by Htntiford, h terse than his grand old sire, being undefeated in his class us a three ftl Qnrlow 2375, by Camel or. 1072, he stitutiuns of learning, The ornaments of the Idealized type, but flattering Meali serrod at 65, Kd all hours up to ) 1:90 v, x, year old and always getting his part In the stakes against the crack show by Volunteer 2d dam Barlow's 1st dam ot our schools arc the friends who fre- hope cherished the flickering longing, by a Maubrlno tijfor n goo( quick lieit place lu by Woburn, s Jtas-sequent them. The child would soon look and whispered word of encouragement 1009. of horse, 3d dam by Mambrlno Messenmeal. 1910 at the stock ger. Pence Jr 'a 2d dam by Gill's Ver- upon school as his temporary home If In her ear. Ooolclng to suit our oustouieriour ipaolallr. TUs tfreat young stallion will make the season of urn Hirungens HpUndlil new line ot (alio:' yards of A. T. Nunnelley. Stanford Ky., at the reasonable figure of $25 mont. Ponce Jr 'a colts ro all show, tils parents were not thinks ot bisiu odu-- 1 sj.t ua nnxlouslv await the time As It is he Groceries. to insure a living colt. Mares kept at $2.50 per month, and not respon-W- e ing up nicely and they boar proof of schools.simply as a connecting link in wh&n our fend hop ss will be realized Hot CotTeo, cation him as a breeder. Hand wlobes, pies, Ilutter inllk. for accident or escape. Season due when mares are parted with or 12 por month; not tbe chain ot his existence, which, if and the steadfast citizens of Stanford Mares crazed at nnd sweet milk, etc., al nit time. . -in i) toed to otlier stock. responsible for accidents or scapes broken, can be repaired without much will u .,tA.t with - vparnfnor for a sium ...... a -- daittsge to the chain. should any occur, nd tet education is said to be our higher etandani ot Tbe teekiflg-gUiOEO. 8PQONAMOQKB & DUO.. w Rowland, Ky. best friend. It reflects that which ie ter qualified yeuBjt men bbu wobm .liTA Yiarlln: 1 1 heart-to-hea- rt 'Tr In-e- ... .J .:' :::':. -- l...hal( W'ytMssssiwrssjBJar Jk Tu-elle- ire, e zu- rvirr.v .3?S1 Jr,Sf .wwm.? '""'" .! !' - AH W Peavine 4092, d demoo-slnte- Inns-min- SlL 'k?n"he . down-hearte- -y DALMAS. 1 Stonewall .Tnckson. sir. Srt3Sel ra Ik g. sei-so- 50Ni, Galtons Pedalgo R. S. Scudder, 1.000-Acr- c RICHMOND. GALTON 12910. (hinnf Dock Grey i v. """ jr Bulldine, trie Peerless. '',. Powhattan 1 let KLLHiH Auctioneer sir-- s. Public Sale! The King of Lincoln sH har-ues- s, -- 2 iKHPais1sBIHf''M'HHHK k '"ir'r ,. B John B. &Jamie G. Carpenter, Jr., l,M Crab Orchard, Ky. tiB -- half-hearte- d Pence, Jr. .U...I., CARROLL PRESTON. When liungry -- W. O. Walker, Stanford, Kentucky. r jfW ;v THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. -- PRIL 15th, 18I PAGE HVE At $2.50. Wo show o two eyelet In patent, let pot tip turn soW oxfords. IT TAKES A SALESMAN. eye- NEW POLISH. There Is nothing just ns good ns WhittcmorerpolUh. If wont to take the best care os your shoes see that the t Whittemoreison'the bottle or box you get We. have polish for nil leathers. 1fie Quick White Gilt Edge !. ..JOctolSc Bnhy Elite ....10c ..'. Star (for ton shoes) .10c Midget (for oxblood) .10c .. . 10c Vclvetnil (for kid) Suededene 'for suedes) 25c ,v Shuclcnn (for cleaning white shoes nnd gloves) 10c 10c Yankee Polish (requires no paste) Allx) f makes old canvass shoes look new) plain kids, also four At $3. We show you block suede strnp, kid oxfords pntcnt tip trninp Inst, comfort solo,6ome on opera last. At $3.50. Two strnp suede nud patent turn sole. don't want. A salesman can come to your home and sell you an article you never thought of buying. We arc not good enough salesman to do that, but our aim always Is to place such merchandise before you as will sell Itself, merchandise thnt shows upon its very face the value in It and requires no accompaniment of chin music to sell It. This is especially true of oUr line of ladies' new oxfords nnd strap slippers in gun metal, suede and patent, just placed on sale. Come and look. r--- To sell you something you yl 5i 1 4 . -( $1.50 to $2. For ohlldrcns, patent and gun metal slippers. - gbr' mTw'm&-smhS&&&u- ? .:;, . SEVERANCE & SON, . nil sewing machines Stanford, Kentucky. dSwSSCHsBMSKSfik Nceut.ES, Store. Bobbins nnd Shuttlos fo at Penny' Drug PERSONALS. W. I Kincaid spent Thursday In Louisville. Mlt. O A Lackbv, of Crab Orchard, was here Monday. Miw. J. F UoLtmi and Miss Ann la Hronaugh, of Crab Orchard, wcru In town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs J. O. Mouse have ro turned from a visit to her Brand parents at Morcland. Miss Fannir VANUr.vr.nn has been thu guest of Mr. David VanDeveer and family at Richmond. C K. Wiieklkk, (he enterprising llustonvlllc merchant, drove a party of friends down for the Ilorsa Show Monday and then took them on to Lexington In bis big automobile. J f Mr. and Mrs A Addau.i, nf Crab Orchard, have arrived In the city. whers they will make their home. Mr. Ad Umi has been appointed clerk of the penitentiary. Frankfort Journal. Judge and Mrs W. C. Hull left yesterday for an extended Western trip to Seattle ani Portland, and other points alone the Pacific roast liar-roJsbu- Herald f it th-- Mrs. I) V Kennedy and son, Law. rcnc arc In l,xington to attend the wedding- of her nephew, J It Wallace, who was born in this city, ami who is now one of the moot prominent young buslners men of Lexington. Mkb. L. It IIuoiikh returned home yesterday after a visit to Louisville. Her cousin, MIm Fanny Thompson, of Doyle, is here, her guest Mrr. J. J. Dickey is in Nashville the annual Huston of the Hoad of Homo Mission of the M B Church South. Miss Lucy Alcorn, of Hustonville. who has spent three weks with her sister, Mrs. Hill SpaMlnir, has gone to Chicago on a several weeks' vmt before returning home call Monday. T. S akd R. M. Elkin camo over iiBK " LOCALS. from Lancaster Mouday to see the i Horso Show. Found, a pslr of steel rimmed specS. D. Cochran, It Denton, J. E. tacles In Presbyterian church. Inquird ' Anderson and Louis Ilusscll, a party of at this office. , prominent Garrard county farmers, Wedding presents at W. H. Muel were guests of W. S. Fisli for the ler's. Horse Show Monday. Johns Himter, of Mercer county, S C. B. Drown Leghorn eggs GO cts. was on hand for the splendid display of for setting of 15. Write or phono Mrs. equlnes here Monday, tma.fSr?saiiB J. M. Cress, Stanford, It. F. D. i 4t. "; May and family, of Mr. Woodson 3ssf Somerset, ore hero with relatives, hav- i have installed a new c Ing been called to 1ondon by the serl-- loom and weave rag carpets and ruirs ! May's aunt, MiSS Have spvitiiI nlen nle. nfonrnotn now. OUS Illness Ot Mr. lon hand for sale. First-clas- s Amanda McKce. -- London Democrat. work ami : In the big delegation from Casey here at reasonable prices. Mrs. W. L. Dish I Monday were Tom Williams, William on, Millcdgeville. F. Fields and Silas Hron, from the Fresh vegetables, green beans, straw Eubanks neighborhood. berries, Friday and Saturday. J D Mrs. M. C. Sauki.ey is tho guest of Horton. A DEACT1FUL scene from Western her daughter, Mrs. Sun ford M. Logun, life at Walton's Opera Hi use Mondsy LOST. at Wilmorc, while Judgo Saufley is enfke; white with night, April . Popular pne 's. mii brindlo spots, and wearing a collar. Hogaged In court at Danville. CUT glass and olid cilver spoonr, etc ward for return to J. L Deaztey. StanMrh. Henry Sali.ee went to Way, atW. II. MuelhtV. Mississippi, to visit her brother, Foster ford. H. McAlister, nnd wife. She was acS. C. D. Leghorn eegs for sale High-clas- s Vaudeville, specialties companied by their grand mother, Mrs between acts phone Mrs. I in u Wyoming Girl at Dest laying strain. Write or I Arethusa Foster. R. L. Berry, Hustonville, Ky. Honse Monday Walton's Dr. J. T Hoiio.v, of Hustonville, wa Mrh CaiielOwbns has goncto hero Wednesday shaking hands with whero she will tain her husband his many friends. stay. The Somerset for a MiM Florence Trueiieart return Times. ed home Thursday, Hftcr n pleasant P. C. Sandidoe, one of tho moat popvisit of six weeks to relatives in Hun ular farmers of the West Cnd, paid us a tington. W. Va. two-week- s' Used the World over 1 U sSnr,r2P'''fississssLi .vrKliBaUsBHiisil No o titer article ot humari food lias ever received such commendation forss purity, usefulness and em-plia- tic whole-somene- fca&V i'jUMjl tfra ssfrBBsf a':' xlJte&mL YsHnK eminent authorities. . from the most sbKbsWsSssb1w vwy v A 7Sk7 w flyine-shuttl- 1 m WVrlXjt nrnii'isssl Royal ha is always received the highest award exiUDltea or tested In competition ... I BMilN& POWDER when M. O. I "II 1 BS.Hii?r.V':t'l,MgyWiWf'''ftBWW'wfe -- ' O. Stone arrived at noon Monday from lUKcr.City, Oregon, where he went to look after somo legal matters In connection with a large Casey county will cue In which ho is the attorney. Judge Stone says he saw some wonderful country, and some remarkable and wonderful geological formations. He brought back with him an Irish potato, which weighed almost five pounds and is as large as a peck measure. Judge Stone is with Mr. and Mrs. Gcowc Crow for a few days beforo going to his home nt Liberty. Advocate. Judge Doyle Dastin, tho merchant prince I Rev. W. S. W ILLIS, who has been at wa oeasiae 01 r ii Dromer, in oueiuy. rrn-- . ,a. .nMM. otnrW-nf Sunday Pri nnH .n'ft .Innk establishment to "as returned, and will preach morning and evening at the Huston- & Duchanon. the Stanford mer- - j Land chants. Mr. Dastin has not yet dtcid-- 1 "He Christian church. ed v. hat he will do. Tub young people of the Daptist church of Crab Orchard, will give a Those owing me will please cone play Friday evening, April 21, the proand pay me for winter hats and I will Opra night, ' Ki.11 one. Miss Ella ceeds to go to a fund to buy a new carvim n nirn Snrinf April 18. Iteservod scats SO cents, on pet for the building. The play is call HOW'S Tills? 14 2. May Saunders. sale at Shugars & Tanner's. ei 'The Tune of His Life." TT SfT Os llundml Dollira Ttnurd for or . tr Utf. osum . cum t. g-- rt exa'ttly ahke JUNCTI0NClTy bread , REV. Mh. Donahue will preach at Barn Lumber For Sale! other bread, only it's different. You w,. th tKrr.iU.uNESwn(?.--70,, f , .,, f II yet. nd tllfve hlnpcrlfct r ton- fortbalutall buitntM transaction anil nnanclallr t th Country the Crab Orchard Christian church Sunoribl In day morning and tvening. able to carry rnjt anjr obliratlorji tnadQ by nu Drm. Store. WlLCIXa, KI1N1N A MlMIN. WholrV Drucrttt. Toledo. O. 120.000 fort of Boxing. Shreting l.olrstri rtarrh rure ti ukrn Intrmallr. actlns iiio Bass. Ed Wilkinson caught a antl Frame Lunilwr for Born Pat- dlrrrtlr mm the bmod and nuroui lurtarri of tba . Kcv. J. J. Dickey will preach at M black bF at l und small mouth, Price 7 ctnu v" ranR Creek next Sundav at 3:15 P fvlrm lvlimoniaifl netu " r r.,T.L I l.i. Is which I will sell for cash or tiottlp. ftaiA br aU DrucslfM irrr turn terns, , i .. i i i n.on iiiui ,A. , fuuueirur .. a,,, ..! uaiu. ..,.. it.n ou. I aunuay sci.uui ui i.ou. , , laae iian l lamur lin ivr routipaiK.u. hlrn trade for Corn, Hoy or good Horses " at thn MetholiU both helper r.il'ng n the rivei ir. the Usual services und Mules. Prices on this very rea 's Saturday between S. II. Jack-- , by excitcnunt Ed remained "dry, ' sonable, for I want to sell. Write! Lost. StHiifmd, a tailuieJ jacket, church Snnday morning and evening and Ievr the pastor. me nt once Respectfully, ..d.. " ...if -- .tin lintmr fvlrivpn and u( icuii, l.i, jr' C. J Siitle London, Ky. handkerchief in ucKet. Itcturn to this ' Dench-legged nuj m -- 14-- 7-- " I .,, . how-son- . otScc. Kewnrd. I fW r ) I Will tuy any old coins you may have. Address II. Darns, Frankfort. Ky. Wanted Money. Ciiakcoal at DoesAYER'SdolorVIGOR Hair not HAIR the Stops Tailing Hair Destroys Dandruff An Elegant Dressing $1 per barrel. W. 4t, K. Warner, Stanford, Ky. Makes Hair Crow rnmmm M 1SlWi ) W li It u 5$ In full keeping with the rest of our store is our mens' wear, and in this connection it may not be amiss to say, that if your wife or sister is satisfied she can buy more economically here than elsewhere, don't you think it to your interest to make a personal investigation? As to the merit and quality of the merchandise fcvve will mention a few mwm Puke Plymouth Uock egs, $1 for setting of 15. Mrs. A. It. Nunnelley Turnersville. Few nice Buff OrpingFoil Sale Also eges for hatching. ton cockerels. Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 1. lee eream freezers Composed of Sulphur, Glycerin, Qulnln, Sodium Chlorld, Capsicum, Sage, Alcohol, Water, Perfume. Ask your doctor his opinion of such a hair preparation. Does not ColorM. Hair the J O AYER'S HAIR VIGOR Atsh Oovrimr, LnwoU. I Seed sweet potatoes, lawn mowers at George II. Far- - ris'. I have a nice pen of thoroughbred Black Minorca chickens for sule. Also settings of eggs. Mrs. W. II. Wearcn. I L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. 0. Martin rz-z- f - See the display of men's and women's shoes and slippers at tho Country Storo. 200,000 Feet of Lumber , At The Right Prices.' I have 200,000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and' oth-- j er building purposes at reasonable prices. Call on mo or write me fori prices and tell me what you want, anu l can sun yuu. We ha ve just received J I where. brands which we carry: Eclipse Shoes and Oxfords, Arrow Brand Collars, Fountain Shirts, Heldman's Clothes with a pile of Style, and Burson Hats. .AtW . ,i.i WALKER OWENS. Pongo, Ky. Shipping Point Mt. Vernon. otr spring line of ladies uiid Misses slippers and invite your inspection. You will not find a bet I terjine any The very latest that the market can furnish in pat. ents, vicis, kid etc. Prices from $1 to $3.50. Reaching Tlie Top. v;"-Bitter- In anv calling of life demands a vigor ous body Bnd a keen brain w Knout s health there is noauccv. uu. U kid-ne- Our aim has always been to give the very best quality possible for the price. All we ask is an investigation. . months of suffering from kidney uiritPK W. M. Sherman, Me., of "three bottles newElectric' Bittera made's 60c at I man. me feel like a Drug Store. the greatest Health It compels the world has ever known. liver, perfect action of stomach, purities and enriches and bowels, toe blood, tones and Invigorates tnoi . whole system ana enauieojryu the wear add tear of your daily work, j HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, L .MnSmC, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Crab Orchard, Ky, J- 1 Ko one has over made a salve, oln ment or balm .to compare with liucK..,...-- . u len a Arnica oaivc BruUes. healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Euemr. KrM. Bolls. Ulcers. Cold Sores Sa't Ithtum,. For Sore Eyee, ItU u- Spralw. I nXralHblTfor PHfa. Only25c It's The World's Best. CLEMENS HOTEL LS N. TIME T71BLB J. L. Elkin, Pror., DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. targe, airy ouUlda room,. Ouiuiavrclal I IntYolert a rxcUlty. Hpvolal rW by vrwk I or month. Tta proprietor U m fonuor Lin- - I cola couoir wan uu uu irieua, noma r astuber Mm bu ttopplog In bis toyu. No.tl,t4iatb,IlilMr.M. No. ss.Tioutb, IOiU a , No.!,Korth,4iMA. m. no.n.worva.ow r. x. No,IT.10;A.K. Mo.M.tiMv.M. J it Pmbj urus JOi. S. RICE, Ant. - kr - jf j .Jt-- - wlh, j. .J-.-- . 'jJhhw-A- . - Li 4 tf i if jirfidmttir l2mtMm)m)ttlr iiapmpt'mtw- - w 'By My m Hi' i pi awmi . TS hp""f" Wfi .i i.l4t. Vf f!W Vl V pAgesix THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFOBD, KT. APRIL if, 19)0 MURPHY 4 m & ACTON, THE CASH BARGAIN STORE. King's Mountain, Ky. Price L.ist Subject (o Mnrlcct Fluctuation. White's Cream Vermifuge Kldaey and Liver Cars Vegetable Liver Pills OlBtmMt Spirits camphor Brass pins green Clothes pins Paris Pepper sauce Potash Building paper Potatoes Talcum powder Rtflo powder Fuse and caps Dynamite Pencils (lead) Pencils (slate) Pen points Pen holders Peanuts (salted) Pepper (black) Rope Roofing paint Stock food Htoes Suspenders Work shirts Sugar (C) Sieves (crank) Hungarian nails Sulphur Sugar (granulated) Shot Shells (loaded) Starch (laundry) Shoe strings Starch (corn) Starch (bulk) Washing powders Spice Sage Stove polish Sieves (tin) Stove pipe Thread (O N. T) Thread (dragoa) Tacks Thrd (lwe) Tubs (galvanized) TAcks (carpet) Tea (green and black) Tlnwaro Tooth pick Strainers Waehpins Funnels Coffee pots (tin) Buckets Mrasuns Buckets (galvanized) Buckets (well) Buckets (fiber) Plcpans Dithpans Cups Kettle lids Vasellno Jelly cake pans Wire (smooth Ivory soap Whitewash brushes Witch Hazel soap Butter milk soap Tar soap .A full lino of dry gods, notions, la- s gents' furnishing goods, dles' and mat-ling- Wire (barbed) i Wiro (telephone) Wahlwards OUR TERMS: a strictly cnshbuslncss and carry no charged accounts. We handle country produce such as fruits, vegetables, eggs, etc. You y ill never know positively whether we can show you nny advance to bo gained by giving us a share of your business until jou 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 person 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 jo out of business. Z We do FLOUR. I Seating wax Tobacco (smoking) Tobacco (twist) Cinnamon Tobacco (plug) - and rugsWe also carry a nloe iLae of Oxford and homo llll-land iexcellent selection of rcllgou) book i c -- 1 - MEN'S SPLIT TIE, Here Is the best low price spilt toe fancy patent (or first Qun CityGuaranteed to ghe satisproduced In this country. Plain toe, patent), 85c half double sole, pegged and sewed. faction, 24 pound sack 78c No other house can sell n shoe of this sack Half patent, sack.. 45c quality for less than $1.50. "But bolted meal, Our price to one nnd all ..$1.25 Guaranteed solid leather COFFEE. r Ladies' patent colt, Oxford, ribbon lace bluchcr. !c Atbuckle's Package .light or- - sole, all solid leather, package Dandy Cup. pound a regular $2 00 shoe. Our speAVe bought heally before tho cial price $1.50 In coffees and can save jou Lndles' Vlcl Kid blucher Oxford, money on the following: medium broad toe, a good oak than Ar- Bulk Coffee. , better sole, buckle's Jc singleperfect turned fastened, i rMilip Me coffee package i ...,17c heel, a regulnr comfort guaran20c teed, $2 50 shoe. Our JJectar brand, pound special price $2.15 '4 Old Ladles' Vlcl Kid Juliet, com-mo- n RICE. sense, plain toe n real comi pound.... vtf. .tmi pfpsn rice, tier Kla"V3 tUttl- - Cc fortable shoe for little money. Selected, soles, both firm and Thwo.nnllllH bOX with flexible is blrlinn Tinklnir Powder, small.. 25c given this Special attentionstock 4c line The upper tinn large, 9cI oft and plump. We ask your t?o nn nktne Powder, business on our old ladles' com2!JC r three for Soda, pkg. .... fort shoes solely on their ad- .Srni and Hammer DC Vao tnrln 2 nonndS for i vantage which others do not possess Our special price.... $1.25 Canned tomatoes, 9c. or 3 for. ...25c 8Vc We carry a full line of shoes for Canned Corn c eery member of the family. We buy String beans, 9c or 3 for c for cash and sell for cash, therefore tan Camp's neans Henna 9c can gUe you real tallies. So bear iaiiir'B I'nrk and 25c this In mind Sauerkraut. 9c or 3 for two-eyel- , 45?tBliv, Ik. ic THE PLOW THAT SHEDS WHERE OTHERS FAIL. -- This Is a chilled plow modeled nnd constructed after the typo of steel plows. It Is lighter draft nnd sheds soil no other chilled plow will In a word. It has proven to be a "short cut" to satisfaction and good crops. Chilled cutter on share, sloping landslide nnd long convex moldboard The strongest share All bolts for shares, landilde and moldboard are the same qulto a feature The- - front Is so low and the plow to rakish that nothing sticks to It except farmers, the crop maker, extra low front, very long moldboard, cutter on share and runs t.ery light. Capacity, 10x12. Weight 135 lbs. When you buy a suit of clothes, get New York styles, all wool at SAM ROBINSON'S, Stanford, Ky. SH0Es & oXF OROS Cupid lye hominy '....V&c MEN'S HATS. ' A PLOW .THAT IS peacnes, Xraporated rnnAa npr nound prunes. We hae a lot of hats that we want 10c to close out, and offer our stock of Three-poun- d pie peaches Three-pounpeeled, In syrup... men s hats at cost and some styles 7c at ThrPA-noun.numnkln to one-hatheir value 9c, or Throu-iinnncanned nears. while they last. $1.50 hats, closing 25c out price 3 for 50c OVERALLS. OYSTERS. We still hae a supply of standard standard brand. 7c or 3 for.. 20c extra heaty men's oteralls. and as nvatprs. lie Or 3 for....30c long as our present supply nlrn lasts can 25c sell: Nice pink salmon, 9c or 3 for Dest Navy Blue, per suit $1.90 SYRUP. Best Navy Blue Ot eralls 95 38c or gallon bucket, MEN'S PANTS. or half gallon bucket.... 20c 2 pound, or quart can, 9c, 3 for.... 25c We also want to clean up our pants Choice country beans line and will gle jou real bargains In picked navys pants Hand $1.50 Our $100 pants now bbl ulo River salt, $ .75 Be TJnlk tarch, per pound Our $1.25 pants now 1,00 d, d PEACHES. KPsjak' e Is equally good In a plow. It was designed and made on the suggestion of thoso who plow those who know It will attract and make friends by Its stjle, symmetry, and, we may say, new If not novel features Has two bolts In sharo and an extra long Beam capacity 6x9 Weight, 70 lbs. one-hors- 12c DIFFERENT it one-thir- d lt rt 'The same old story but with a new front. This plow Is high and bold, with a sharp cutting edge, and gets n new cutter with each new share. It meets with faor by nil who apprecl-at- e this feature in a two horse plow, as Shoes and Oxfords, Mens and Doys Clothing. Quality and price suit everybody ltm jCS L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. Ifyou have anything in the d 5c 5c IOC to nell jamon-ia 'ner Dound 9c or 3 for. ...25c OILS. sinmlnnl nil rallon Co 's Are proof, per -- 12C Our Our Our Our Our Our Our $1.50 $2.50 $3.00 $4.00 $0 00 pants now $175 pants- now $2.00 pants now pants now pants now pants now pants now HARDWARE. 1.20 1.40 1.60 2.00 , 2.40 3.20 4.00 STOCK -Take to 11 . tVt 8 sflsaHVVP-!flisb3-- 3lr Nunnellcy's New Stock Yards We carry a eod'ltna nf hnnlunro nml nlOWS. ket, no smoking chimneys Wa kppn In stnplr nt nil (Ima, a full line of the famous Chattanooga SOAP. Chilled Plows, and repairs and points for the Olher Chilled Plows. give Soaps are advancing owing to the the cuts of three of our crop We makers. cost of greases, etc. We advance quote you on tho following: Horse Collars 7nr nn tr tho liool 'onm 25c collar. S Cakes Lenox V offer anmp rpil Imrfmlna In 1.11...- Swift's Old Mill looks like Lenox, except the wrapper; same size bridles. Plow harness and waeon harness. tud all 4c per cake, or 7 for ... .25c 25c etc. i Cakes Dig Deal , We carrr harness lenthpr In 1M1 Int. "Washing without a washboard. Naptholine Soap, 6 Cleaneasy and can give you any amount or any 25c shaped piece. Cakes for Also oak sole leather In side lots, etc. Telephone batteries, Chicago ....23c Telephone batteries, Columbia ....23c STOCK LIST. Cellar pads, red edge, any slze,...2Sc Arm bands Caavas gloves, 9c, per pair, or 3 Axle grease 25c "Jer Axes. Ax handles. per pound. ...60c Baskets VAl puro China tea, Bay rum. Gunpowder tea, per pound.. COc Bucket Tfwe Blacking Blacking brushes Apple vinegar, pure elder, per gal- Borax 30c Brooms Buggy whips Tasallj vinegar, nice and strong.. 20c Catsup Blueing 25c Cotton bag Cawed peas, 9c. or 3 for Cream tartar Chalk Watches, Capltat Parlor, per box,, 4c Corn poppers 45c brooms Coffee mills KaM four-tiCotton batting , '.'. ..40c Can orvpnprj Vc.,2 broom uaruouc acid Extracts (flavoring) ftf DRUGS. uyes. (Putman) 18c 12c lon "Volte Swan, the best on the mar- loalan Kenning Co 'a on. per gal- PLiis''jBIS'l 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. nnd It Is enough FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. A few finely-bre- d yearling Jersey bulls for sale. F. Reld. 3 2t Five fresh Jersey cows for sale. M. S. Baughman, Stanfdrd. tf. Five good second hand buggies for date. B. D. Carter, Stanford. For Rb.nt. 70 acres grass land on J. E. Lynn place. John G. Lynn, Ky. 4t For Sale. Pure Boone county white seed com, $1.25 per bushel. See sample at Lincoln County National and First National Banks. Also 15 bushels of cultivated hemp seed. S. J. Embry, Jr., and John C. Pepples, Stanford. BOV harness of a regular dealer, where vou can get quality. J. C. e, He liu)-anwl every day in the year except Suuday. Bring on your stock. Best market in the State with plentyof He wants what we hive If ho only ced and water U'st covered pens, ounids of Louisville or Lxingtm, Knew wo nao it. Read this: High Carboa Steel Blades fastened with two bolt. Steel Feet STANFORD, KY. Wo also do a gener.il hitch and feed businc. with correct bend so they don't need resetting boforo used Width between W. L. M'CAKTY.l'm. E. C. WALTON, L.R. HUGKKS.S. AT blades tidjustable. The best material, faihloned and finished In tho best way TJiat Is all JTJK' lUrBKVHHB4BC s. Stanford Real Estate Co., W. P Kincaid sold a nice combined gelding to J. G. Burnside, of Garrard, Stanford. KentucKy. for $225 I want to rent 60 or 100 acres of grass, close to town. A. T. Nunnel ley. H2 Stoclci and Bonds Nevin Carter sold a mare Farms and Town Propertr Ilaudled on Commission. to Sell or Rent Notify TJt). Sold. If you Have to Denny Bros., of Garrard, for $300. Write for Circular to Pro-K!rt- tli Dorsey Colddust, 12052. L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. B .1 e ii 1 IsjJ-Fos- , the famous family remedy 'ror tne liver, me Doweis, iue and stomach, satisfaction (guaranteed, per largo 'bottle ..COc 8c fMifnlnc. ucr bottle ' - Bc Terpentine,, .,,,,. ,t' 9c Turpentine, large, size ...,., Ctstoria, Kletchefs of pucners..3uo kiu-fnV- SHOES. tWe slmufy. handle the best oa Uiq or. we money, and can; nao. from 25 to 50c per pair And on Mf-class goods we are1 sure you-- ; sstyig will be from 7Ecito Jl.QOtper fkir. We have room to list but a few. rtyjes. All solid leather, VI knar-our shoes to bo as represented 1 7r b awrket nte Kntelops Fruit Jar rubbers Fruit acid Grapenuts Corn flakes Post toastles Ginger Glycerine Gun cap Gun primers Hinges Gluo (Royal) Horse shoes Horse shoe nails Hosiery Half ioles Jelly Ink I.anip chimneys Clothes lines J,at burners Lamp wicks 'La nms Lanterns Leather Lantern globes Leather In whole sides IiuachvUoxes Lunch baskets Lead bar Lard,. Lard comunuod .... hi, . Meats (cltyJT Mlfuge Maps Mucilage Fruit jars Fruit jar tops Fly paper Files ' y. 100 for sale. bales of timothy and some clover Mrs. F. B. Barnett, Huston vllle. Ky. Wilson Alexander boueht of J. II. White his farm nf about 38 acres for fJ.OQO. Kay Bewedi a real $3.50 uuiy of the leathern..,. Hlw' satin calf, .JjaUsqIW THE EVERLASTING BATTLE AX Mtn'a patent, qglt blucher or men's gun metal calf blucher, broad cap toe. mat calf top oak sole, air solid leather I'ef lalr either . $2 98 leather Zen's patent colt lilucuer, or men's box calf blucher. or nien'k rid kid. blucher, oak soles, Mc- Mustard Nails Needle ... Tablets (pen) Linseed oil Knglne oil Oil tanks Pickles, (bottle) Nutmeg Tablets (pencil) Nuts Machine oil Cattor oil nolled oats Macaroni Mrs. Hattle Owsley reports the death of a fine gray mare, valued at N50. A fire broke out in the warehouse of D. S. Gay at Winchester, and the s, about $15,000 worth of hemp, v as badly damaged by fire and water. The loss is covered by Insurance. My pure bred seed corn Is on sale at T. D. Newland's, Stanford. Walton con-tent- Moss. For Sale Choice Polled u.2t Durham Inner 'w-or- alue. . , ,$2 53 i stuck and soles. A real Mlto iWPfcOW0!-.- ! bar- 11.75 ,.?.. .. PiPa Oil cans Ileadach powdern Castoria Japanese, oil Utoclc draught (stock). Worm Killer Blackdraught Pine Tar Hoaey and Shorthorn bulls, readv for khIm. Abo some fresh Jersey cows and heifers. A. W. Carpenter, Moreland, Ky Phone No. 9, Junction City. RebGoddard, who can't mla a eouaty court, was on band Monday. He has sold Mt great aire, Red Leaf, to Ike 8beMy, and he is new la the hawta of R. E. Thompson, at Crab Or. hard. Lin-coi- n Full Brother to Estelle No. 210. Sired hy Zilcadi Oolddust, 4400 liy Golddust 160, by Vermont Morgan and on to Ju.tiu Morgan. The dam of Zilcadi Golddust was by Imp. Arabian stallion Zilcadi. The dam of DoixiV Golddust is Florence by Gol den Mingo Chief, a sou of Gall's Com &' et Morgaa. Nole This is an intensely inbred Morgan stallion, the blood now in demand. A rich dappled bay, black points, ltf hands high, 1200 pounds stallion of great beauty and action, who spcea anu endurance and uu excel led as a producer of high class how, road and Eastern hyrwu. Tho records of his produce both in show uud a!e riuL'8 show his value nml merit ns a producer of due road, show and sain horse-- . A look at sire and colts will bo convincing. Will make the present season at my farm 2 2 ntilefc from Htaufonl, Ky, to approved marcs at $15 to jus tiro a living colt. Mare kept at 10 o a day The betl of atteHtiou given but no mjMMMtbility for accident or veca-)- . f. KKUi. Tinqing, Plumbing, Heating. Don't let 1010 pan) without having house with a beautiful white hot and cold water through your Porcelain Bath Outfit. Have W. K. WARNER to install your country water works' with reasonable prices and guarantee. . We also carry in stock FORCE AND 0I8TERN PUMPS; Rooliag ami Rooting Paints. Call and see us. Telephone, 188, IV. K. WARNEIT, Eiter-tainme- Stanford, Ky. 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