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I 1 +w r T 7 q u 4- N H C- n I I s i t c j0 LII1IIEJ1 JNTERIoR IJc1TJiRIrLT1C I t t VOL f XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 23 1910 NO 1G VISITORS IN MAID- HOSPITABLE HOMES During C W MAnd Sunday School Convention HereOf ficers Chosen Session Ends 1 THBT Bth DUtrlct C W B M and Christian SundaySchool Association noise its two days convention here on- Friday night with services at the Christian church Several splendid ad dreetes sere made during the conven tt H7 and every delegate present felt it f was good to have been present and to have heardthe Inspiring report of the work in the four counties which this convention lovera- Prlctkally all of the old officers who lave deae such splendid work were reelected fer another year as follows MlM Sallie Elktn of Lancaster suc ceeds Urn George D Robinson of the same place as district manager for the 0 W B M President W L Williams of Lancaster of the Bible School AHO clatlen was reelected and Miss Eliza beth Slrapsoft of Marksbury again chosen as secretary and statistician Stanford wee crowded with visitors dwtaf the convention and Its hosplta Me homes opened for their reception Wed entertainment ArMIijt the guests here and their hostesses were the tol lowingWith Mrs J C EubanksMrs Em ma Hlgglntatham Misses Betsy West and Nell Johnson of Lancaster Mrs Hammond ef Hustenville H W Elli rlott of Sulphur with Mrs AS Price A P Price Lancaster with Mrs J J McRebertsMrs Joe Mount Lancaster with Mrs J S Baughman Mrs R E McReberts Lancaster and shoes Bessie Turley and Tillie Douglas IL B Deatherage Richmond with Mrs 0 E TateMrs Emma Kaufman Lancaster Mr sad Mrs R M Uepktes Louisville Mrs M C Wil liams Somerset Mr and Mrs J B Wil lis Crab Orchard with Mrs B D Cur terHeokBMi Arnold ef Lancaster Floyd ef Hmtenvllle Van Winkle of feerea with Mrs Wm BrightMet dames J B Ktaaaird of Lancaster Mary Walden of Danville with Mrs B lterW 1 Williams Lancas ter With Mrs James H Baughmsn Mrs Will Embry Lancaster with Mrs W L OBanaoflMrs Robert EMbry- o Lseaiter with Mkw Bessie Yantls UiM Alice Yantts Lancaster with ra- W IC WarnerMrs Wm Burnett LaMaeter with Miss FhllllpsMr Grabbs Lancaster with Mrs Bettie J HarsHnMesdames Jennie Carpenter r Mlmle Robinson Rev and Mrs W8- I WilHs Hastonvltle with Mrs J W 1 I 13asghman Mesdsmes June Hocker and Stephens Hustoavllle with Mrs it Wra Severance Mr and Mrs R L Bear Hwtoftvllle Mice Florence Mil let tlsael Green NtH Saute Elkin of Lancaster Miss Ophelia Lackey Crab Orchard with Mrs W T SmithMrs A E GlbWni Danville with Mrs JG Carpenter Mrs Homer Carpenter of SJwIbyvllle Mr and Miss Leavell Bry antsvllle with Mina Jennie Rocker Rev Whitehead Mrs A D Root Miss Gable Uradahaw Turnersville with Mrs Catherine McClaryMrs W M Murphy Taraeravllle Miss Mollie Brooks Crab Orchard with Miss Lena Palmer Mrs Willie Kirksville with Mrs IL C Bavghmaa ProtH L Calhoun Lex ington Pref H S Saxby Somerset with Mrs L B Cook Mesdames Dodd sad Owes Somerset with Mrs tan dolph HarrisMrs Gilbert Grinstead Somerset with Miss Sara Baughraan Mrs B J Bethurunj Somerset with Mtee Elisabeth BaughmaaMtas Craw ford Somerset with Mrs Mattle Phil lipsMisses Elizabeth Simpson and Georgia Dunn and Mr Lytle Bryants villa with Mrs James DuddderarRev P M Tinder Mrs Wm Lear Lances ter with Mrs W H ShankaMes dames It E Turley and Joe Chenault i JRUsfamond with Mtu W P Grimes Mrs Ftenaery of Berea and Miss Sim ma Dejarnette Richmond with Mrs A H SeveranceMiss Mary Tribble Rich wood with Mrs W G WlthersMes dames Douglas and Gibson Richmond with raBlalnMra Elmer Deather age Richmond with Mrs R M New land Messrs John Arnold and Turley Richmond l Killings In Lee County l Two men are dead two are mortally wounded and two seriously hurt as tho- r result of a tight at the country resortof Dudley Lutes son of former County Clerk W C Lutes near Heidelberg in Lee ccunty The dead are C Jones and Jeff Wil on Clay Hall and Elmer Mattox will die Robert Farmer was shot in the leg and John Swtuin tele t graph operator at Heidelberg was shot in the foot All were in the place drink log f i I I TELEPHONE WIRES CUT FROM POLES Independent Service Between HcdgcvHle and Hubble Des troyed by Unknown Vandals The independenttelephone lino be tween Hubble and Hedgeville lying partly In Lincoln and partly In Boyle counties was cut down from every pole by unknown parties Wednesday night depriving all the subscribers in that part of the two counties of tele phone service A II Bastin of Lancaster manager of the company which owns the line says the work was done by an expert with wire clippers and that It will take from two to four weeks to repair the damage He has offered a reward of 250 for the arrest and conviction of the guilty parties lie knows of no reason for the deed No night riders have ever been on raids in that part of the country and no reason can be assigned for the van dalism J M Alverson Accepts Nice Position With Frankfort Printing Company Jesse M Alverson of this city who for 16 years was connected with the INTERIOR JOURNAL office has accepted a position in the composing room of the Frankfort Printing Company at Frank fort and will take up his new work as soon an his duties as assistant clerk of tho Senate are concluded on May let Mr Alverson understands the printing business from top to bottom andwill prove a very valuable man for the big concern with which he will in the fu ture be connected During his almost a score of years residence In Lincoln county he has take en an active part In democratic politics and was twice elected to represent the county in the Legislature He has servo ed two terms as assistant clerk of tho Senate and stands right in line for fur ther political advancement Ills friends here will regret that he ff s to leave Stanford but will wish him success in his new field Hogs Get Drunk When Booze From Burning Distillery Flowed Into Creek A distillery owned by G P Adder hodt and located near Bronaton Pulas ki county was burned and 18 gallons of whisky and 180 gallons of beer went up in flames When discovered about 5 oclock the the had made such headway that nothing could be saved The loss to the building and machinery Is about 5000 with no insurance The origin of the fire is unknown Mr Adderhodt will not likely rebuild before next fall Much of the whisky from the burning and broken barrels flowed down the small stream that runs past the distillery site About 25 hogs were in the field by the stream and they drank the whisky and soon there could be seen the spectacular sight of drunken hogs going through all the antics of drunken men HigMaid There Is a good deal of sickness in this community JM Baatin who has been very sick with inflammatory rheu matism Is somewhat Improved Jeff lisle and M G Young are both very sick Rev J M Cook who was confined to his bed for three weeks Is able to be out some Mrs D W Jenkins is also II- IGeorge Coffey has moved his saw mill from South Fork to R L Hubble farm near Lancaster Dolan Carrier has put up his saw mill on the farm of Jim Bunch near this place The meeting at the Methodist church by Rev Morris of Bethel Ridge and the pastor Rev Haggard closed a few days since with about 25 additions to tho church and several conversions John Lutes and family of Huston ville leave moved into our midst and will run the tore recently owned by J S Young In addition to this Mr Lutes is putting up some stock scales and will buy and sell stock- J H Butt has his new store house about completed which la quite an im provement over the old one Misses Fannie and Effie Young after spending a few days at home here have returned to school at Richmond Mrs Mike Floyd has gone to visit her daugh ter Mrs James in Owen county + l- r ACTOR TAKEN ILL WHILE PLAYING HERE Member Of Wyoming Girl Com pany Stricken With Fever Claims To Be a Mason C A Annie a member of the Girl From Wyoming Company which play ed here Monday night was taken ill in his room at the Coffey House and una blo to leave with the troupe next day Physicians pronounced his trouble fever bordering on typhoid and applied to the Masons here for assistance AnnJs claimed to have been a member of the lodge at Osage Iowa his home but a telegram from the officers of that lodge said he had never belonged there The local lodgu officers gave him a thoroughexamination into the secrets of Masonry which he answered In ev ery particular He also said ho was a K P and he was examined in this alsoThe Osage Masons said fn their telegram that a Mrs Dr Annis had a eon some where in the South and to exam- Ine the man here for tattoo marks which it was found he had He was under the effects of medicine and it was thought that he may have become confuted as to the lodge in which his membership lies Hustonvillei Mrs Ann Bosley has been visiting her children In Danville Mrs J G ShJrrill of Dunnvllle a slater of Mrs Bettle Williams died there on the 5th and was hurried on the 6th They were daughters of the widely known blind physician who for many years practiced his profession in that locality Thomas Marples refused an offer of 560 for a model yearling by Almont DareF G Carson has resigned his peel tion as census enumerator in precinct 2 and has opened a pool and lunchroom in the Newton building- S T Powell is the happy owner of an Almont Dare yearling that is a model He expects to return from the bluegrass circuit with a blue ribbon for every entry Milton McCormack our southpaw twirler who Is with the Paris team in the Blue Grass League is showiogsach a variety of curves drops and dazzling shoots that all the opposing batters are falling to connect with his delivery so farMrs D S Carpenter has arrived home from a delightful visit to her rel atives Mr and Mrs Then Weather ford near Bradfordsville Rev W S Willis returned from Shel by vllle where he had relatives serious ly injured In an automobile wreck last weekDr Cbltders of Livingston has rent ed the new cottage just eompleted of Miss Ellen Powers and will begin the practice of his profession Mr and Mrs George McKInney will leave in a few days for an extended visit to relatives in Oklahoma They carry the beat wishes of our citizens with them for Kentucky has no better people than they A good crowd attended the annual horse show here Saturday and several equine specimens second to none in Kentucky were greatly admirod Miss Rose Yowell and Mrs Lena Yowell Averitt of Bradfordsville are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Florence Yowell Will M Dodd on his way home Sat urday eve was thrown from his buggy on West Main street and seriously Injured Dr Alcorn dressed his wounds and he was taken home where ho is suffering much pain Ills numerous friends hope for his early and full re coveryThe big demand by railroads of late for the beat quality of gray limestone rock has developed the fact that we have the beet and in large quantities and in very desirable locations for quarrying and loading The Southern will use it all Early gardens and the flattering pros pects for an abundant fruit crop follow ed the route of Wards ducks Tues day to a more congenial clime where snow and ice prevaileth not in the springtimeA 200acres of good timbered land on upper Green river lying on country road some fine tobacco land at a big bargain if sold at once Price 1650 Also a 216 acre farm with splendid Improvements in fine commu nity close to school and churches in Green river valley Can be bought so as to make 33 to 50 per cent on the in vestment See quick W R Williams tCa countyItobacco crop The young man is fran1 t1c over deed N L SENSATIONAL KILLINGIN Bank President And Druggist Samuel Welch Shot By His Sondn Law G C Fish A dispatch from Berea Madison pruIdent one of the wealthiest and most promi nent residents of that place was shot and instantly killed in his drug store there Tuesday night at 7 oclock by his Lion inlaw Grover C Fish who sur rendered to Deputy Sheriff Johnson and I was taken to the county jail at Rich I mondWelch and Fish walked down the street together and on their reaching the drug store Welch entered the building going to the cigar stand where he took a cigar and was in the act of light Ing it when five shots were fired by Fish from the front of the store Welchwho was 55 years oldwas born in Jackson Ky but went to Be rea lie accurtulated a considerable fortune becoming president of a bank and at the time of his death was the owner of several stores in Berea Ho is survIved by his wife one son and two daughters His only son John Fish is now attending Yale Universi ty His daughter Miss Dooley mar tied Grover Cleveland Fish while his youngest daughter Miss Hilda lives at homeFish claims that he acted in selfde fense He says he went into the drug store to buy some chewing gum and Welch who came in afterward made a motion as if to draw his pistol Bitter feeling has existed between Fish and Welch for many months and Welch had refused a few days ago to allow Fish to see his wife who is Welchs daughter using abusive and threatening language so Fish say- sPresident Tigert AdI uates Prof John J Tigert of the Ken tucky Wesleyan College at Winchester has accepted an invitation extended him by Prof J W Ireland to deliver the commencement address to the Stanford High School graduating class on the evening ofjjjay 25th President Tigert is one of the most finished educators in the State being a graduate of Van derbilt and a Cecil Rhodes scholarship graduate of Oxford College England Grave Diggers Struck Gold And Got So Excited Funeral Was Delayed Some Time While digging a grave for the inter ment of the body of Marion Robinson Center Barren county several resi dents of the locality found a number of pieces of goldbearing ore which are of sufficient size and quality to indicate depositIso ex cited over the discovery that they aban doned their work and when the hearse and funeral procession arrived the grave was unfinished and other parties had to complete the job It is said that a royal row is now on over the ownership of the land where the specimens of gold were found and thata lawsuit may result Seven Thousand Verdict At Mt Vernon The administrator of Walter Hunt se cureda verdict of 7000 against the Louisville Nashville railroad in the circuit court at Mt Vernon this week Hunt was flagging for a freight train and it was claimed that he was struck by a train and killed while sitting on SulphurIn Rev Dickey to Speak At the meeting of the Danville Sun day School and District Conference in Richmond on April 26 Rev J J Dick er of this city will speak on Literature of Today as Help or Hindrance Reaching The Top In any calling of life demands a vigor WithouthealthBitters U the greatest Health Builder the world has ever known It compels perfect action of stomach neys bowels purifies and enriches the blood tones and invigorates the whole system and you to stand the wear add tear of your dally work kidneyInye Drug Store CAUGHT SCARLET FEVER FROM PAGES OF BOOK Little Bessie MAlister Very Low Of Complication of Scarlet And Typhoid Fevers I lOyearjold little hope is entertained for her recov ery as she is suffering from complica tions of scarlet and typhoid fever The heavy hand of affliction has truly been laid on this family as Mrs McAlister is but just recovering from a severe at tack of typhoid and before she left hero to be with her aunt the little girl had gone through a siege of diphtheria- A short time before she went there some of the children in the household had scarlet but had recovered Every room they had occupied had been thor oughly fumigated but one loophole which no one suspected had been left One of the childrens books with which the little ones amused themselves while ill had not been fumigated and soon after she arrived little Bessie McAlis ter picked up the book and examined it with childish interest Soon after ward she was taken ill with scarlet fever proving that the innocent book had proven a source of contagion From scarlet she developed typhoid and is so low that her mother just recovered from typhoid herself went to the bed side of her baby Mr McAlister came up from his plantation at Way Mississippi when Mrs McAlister became ill wnile oil a visit to their old home here and has been here since News was received from Lebanon on Thursday rooming that the little girl was holding her own and had been able to take a little nourishment Gone To The Dogs Wild Dogs Will Be Carrying off Babies In Danville Next Looks like the bow wows have taken Danville Listen to this dispatch from there to a city paper Tbo wild dogs which have been doing so much damage in Boyle county during the past few weeks made a raid in the heart of Danville last night and enter ing the stock pens of Thurman Cole man containing 80 sheep killed 30 old sheep and eight lambs The dogs suc ceeded in scaling a picket fence seven feet high with barbed wire around the top They killed the sheep by break fag their necks and got away before anybody could give chase The dogs which come from the knobs have been attacking stock in this vicin ity for the past few nights killing sheep horses and cattle and on one or two occasions even went after people So savage are they that they have become like a pack of wolves and tho people of the neighborhood are seeking to kill them but so far only two or three of them have been shot It is supposed that the dogs have been run away from the homes of the poor families who do not want to pay the dog tax and have taken to the woods In search of food becoming wild and vicious Methodist Services The Methodist congregatioawlll wor ship with the Presbyterians Sunday night therefore there will bo no services at the Methodist church Rev J J Dickey wiltpreach at Lo gsns Creek church next Sunday after noon at 345 oclock The Danville District Conference of the M E church South will convene in Richmond April 26 at 9 A M and remain In session two days Tho first day will be given to Sunday School work A Record SundaySchool Attendance What is said to have been the largest Sundayschool attendance in the history of Stanford was present Sunday morning at the Christian church There wore exactly 244 scholars present when Superintendent E Tate had the roll called for the days lesson Like Elixir Springs Col A T Wingate has returned from CaseyIly improved There have been somo remarkable cures of rheumatism at the Elixir Springs which appear to be even greater in curative powers than the world famed Martlnavllle Many Danville people anticipate spending some time at Elixir Springs the coming sea son Danville Advocate w BOBBITT PAYS TRIBUTE TO CAPT ED WALKER Fox Hunters Inconsolable Over Loss Of Their Leader Says Cicero of Mountains CRAB ORCIIARD KY The news of the death of Edward Walker caused a wave of the profound ofIare lant men the fox hunters who have listened to the music of his Belionlan hounds inconsolable in their grief for the loss of the gallant spirit who wil hunt with them no more Those brave knights of the chase the J S Chad wicks the generous Holmes the Ed wards boys the Brooks the Robert Stapletons Finley Ballard S M Chan der J T Hackley Jr and a host of others and the colored knight of the chase Jim Jones who asked me at court today that his name might also be mentioned in my tribute to the mem ory of one who was at the head of the Fox Hunters Association and whose worldwide fame had leaped across the ocean and was spoken with admiration by the crownedheads of the old i world bloQdbelnSllmported r of England at 500 per head What a noble man he was I One of natures own true noblemen So noble so gallant so generous so true And yet as devoted as this generous man was to the chase he leaves quite an es tato to his devoted wife and affection ate children who will perhaps never look upon his life again The late Col T P Hill was a devotee to the chase as well as to Sir William Blackstone You can judge the heart of a man by the dogs of his yard A fierce bull dog means keep out of my yard If you are saluted on your entrance by the music of the pack go in at once the occu pant may not always have much but you and your horse are welcome as long as it lasts A few days before the great and good man left the scenes of earth through whose grand forests and rugged dells he had so often followed the hounds he had his chair movedout on the veranda and releasing a captur ed fox in the presence of the eager dogs away they flew and the distant dying echoes of the pack mingled with the echoes of his dying breath And I want to say right here that no musical instrument that has ever been invented no piano no violin no organ with its deep and solemn tones no dul cimer no banjo no calliope no ccollan harp no French harp no jewsharp can equal the music of a pack of hourds in full cry with a breasthigh scent waking up the wild sleeping echoes of the lonely dells A noble hound once saved the life of my cousin by marriage Levi Hubble who was fast in a fox den and the dig went to his home and communicated the fact to his family Fast on the hounds the hunter camp To cheer them on the vanished game But stumbling in the rugged dell The gallant horse exhausted fell The impatient rider strove in vain To rouse him with the spur and rein For the good steed his labors oer Stretched his stiff limbs to rise no morebThen struck with pity and remorse r He sorrowed oer the expiring horse I little thought when first thy rein I slacked upon the banks of Seine That Highland eagle eer should feed Upon thy fleet limbs my matchless steed Woe wath the chase woe wath the day That cost thy life my gallant gray But I and my gallant companions of the chase must now bid a sad adieu to our departed friend This is written for the INTERIOR JOURNAL and the Central Record FONTAINE Fox BOBBITT Can Sell Native Wine Under a decision of the Arkansas Su preme Court the local option law does not prohibit the sale of native wine Ia quantities less than five gallons in orig inal packages anywhere in the State IIcenleiEubank Wants to Run IProC Rice S Eubank of Lexington of Stanford has announced his candidacy for State Superintendent of Public Instruction He is a native of Clark county and his life has been devoted to school work Prof Eubank is at present conducting the Southern School Journal which he has made one u jourIK Cr1 J PAGE TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KT APRIIi 22nd 1910 r r kw 0 Vatch For Our 1 t- yn I ttIff It Ir ijgbl trf0 00 t A Qi ue I SC- w M I Aft H H OPENING O po gO w H QIallEt 1 Kr I i i t BayJ 00 00 GO o o = ce rcs StaI1rcrdI E5T 1 i1 X11ti1r i iI tR1N t =I r D cDIIrT t AlA Hf h 1t11t H 1 = rL= rr G t m We will have on display at that time the greatest collection of farming implements buggies etc ever as sembled in Lincoln county or this part of the state No farmer can afford to miss it for with every line that we handle will be a personal representative of the manufacturer who will be here to give every farmer all gigr the information he wants about each and every piece machinery These men are experts and we have se g g 106 for the benefit of customerscured them at great expense our G Every one in Lincoln and all surrounding counties is invited to call andsee our complete stock Come and investigate whether you buy or not but g i G G Ii We Will Give a Nice and Valuable present to Everyone who makes a Purchase to r i the Amount of 500 or over i f00 You cannot afford to miss this opportunity to see the best and latest patterns of agricultural implements whichw = we will have qn hand at that time such as ggt 1 H it Buggies Columbus Meyer1 Brockway Ratterman Luth Ahlbrand Old Hickory Wagons Kraus Pivot axle Cultivator Brown Manley walking Cultivator McCormack Binders Mowers Haystackers and Bullrakes 20th Century Manure Spreaders Globe Fertilizers Swift Fertilizers HoosIer Drills IiORPioneer Farm Fence 1t Kelley Springfield Tires i- It IInternational Stock Food Salvet the Great Tonic and Conditioner for all Farm o Animals All kinds of Buggy and Farm Harness Lap Robes Whips etco iIittit j iiIO r r POJRcEr r E I 2 ii00 J- u 00a SF iF51Court o00 o ft a0 V t May9th fA IS fC III o a isf 4 I 5 aIE F 5 Ii Come and Bring Your Friends Wives Sweethearts i and Children JS n I Weve Something to Interestthmall and Something j 55 j t1 fi i j I A is I They Ought To seer 1 1 r q hy3ii i 4 31tf 1 11 cf j r I IIR il i in T w ll 1 j h JLt4 p E N C E B B 0 S 1jJ c I I V oJ m tAt IIm 111 tfIi SuF STANFORD KENTUCKY iiG iff iHWtwi UfHfH I 555iiSiiiiiif f I t e Il f I4 4 y i ti p Jri 11 f41 if ffii l llfi 11i VJrx7CMogoIrV 0 j I i Juj 1 S ta t t 4 b tAPRIL 22nd 1010 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAFFORD FP9f1D THREH i CARROLL PRESTON Sired by Preston 922 by Washington 54 b l Cromwell 73 by Wash- Ington Denmark 64 1st dam Baby Pence sired by Enoch Arden 2nd dnin Lady Pence by Almont Forest 2803 3rd dom by Garrnrd Chief lie is a beautiful bay 15 hands high four years of age lie has more natural action than any horse living and from his success as a show horse in his three year old form bids fair to make n greater show horse than his grand old sire being undefeated in his class as n three year old and always getting his part in the stakes against the crack show horses of 1909 This great young stallion will make the season of 1910 at the stockyards of A T Nunnelley Stanford Ky at the reasonable figure of 25 to insure n living colt Mores kept at 250 per month nnd not respon sible for accident or escape Season due when mores arc purged with or bnjd to other stock W O Walker Stanford Kentucky J Black Joe 4 This handsome young stallion the property of J D Son will season of 1910 at my barn in Crab Orchard Ky at the very reasonable price of 15 to in sure n living colt Black Joe by the noted sire Pres 922 1st dam Lucile 2nd dam Iton Robinson by Robinsons Ver mont Hambletoninn lie is a black horse I5tt hands high weighing 1025 pounds 5 gaited nnd very fast both In his rack and trot with plenty of style nnd action Just the of horse for the farmer to 1kind to to get the best all round See this horse before you hook your mares and I know you wiUfto no further Will keep mores on grass at 250 per month but 1tI not be responsible for accident I Of escape of stock Lein retained on colt for season until paid Season U due if mares are traded or parted with or bred to other stock JC BAILEYt I Crab Orchard Ky t BEAU NABOTII WOO Hired by Natiolh 10IIH UocordSlWi Menu N bOb nfl Dam Nora H uihnian by Novnl tint rmorti VlOi by KlrctlooMr In Mead dam ImI Jr Him by Metropolitan IX t by llmiilltonton 10 hlrd dam Juie nhloeslrrd by Monlirlne HUrllitit 8911 b- Hrllll ill fourth dam Mary WItliori by Hirer tboronghbrwil fifth Dim aired by WlIlenerlllIh dam aired by Imp Tronby by Ttinrntoua Ruttier Menu Nnbolh U a large boric ulamllng 14 bnmiiftod weighing condition 11i1 pounds When hit become acquainted with too IIot of his limited education begin tat nMDiarkablc barnetialllontlrwbthetm bo a great horse U proved by the wonderful progress tliat IuIua t inmlo With very little handling to bee proven to be the cbamplon harM itiillfon of won over the ben house thatKentucky has produced him and you will nee that thvr hillsE bettor bred stallion In Kentucky than He ant C1au colllblRltd hofaer lve him a saddles mars he will get you a aRdille colt Elva him iseounbtnedwithsnorrerecordfamliiaihuh most any horse In Kentucky OtOrlo W Ilk Klectloixrar amlltonton tour crosses or Iboroakbbred to Rlvo blm atamlna Come and see horse bo lives without it anti he U perfect from end to end hit t tMoo crop or colts cannot bo excelled by hone stand at the Nunmlle- stoekYards r f JohnCaskourdtskenpkou I test personal cure Flee 15 to Insuru coltJ PJoTrUR Phone 88 Rings Htnnford Ky Some Kentucky Fair Dates Lancaster July 273 days Versailles Aug 84 days Danville Aug 33 days Lexington Aug 86 days Taylorsville Aug 94day Harrodibunr Aug 991Brodhead Auf 173 days SbeHffyJlIf Aug 234rdaye London Aug 234 days Nlcholaavllle Aug 303 days Barbourvllle Aug 313 days daysI 12C days Kills A Murderer A merciless murderer la Appendicitis with many victims But Dr King preventiontr and bowels preventing that dogging that invitee appendicitis curing consti pation headache billlouaneea 2Sc at Pennys Drug Store chIliI I Appalachian Region- Is to be Developed Exposition In Knoxville Next Fall Will Facilitate Opening Resources Development of the resources of tho Appalachian mountain region is now In IU infancy The creation of the Appalachian forest reserve will prove a great Impetus to the section ot the south Included in the Appa lachlan region which covers portion of the states of Tennessee Wcst VIr- ginia Virginia Kentucky North and South Carolina Georgia and Alabama It Is for tho purpose of furthering the Appalachian development that tho great Appalachian Exposition has been devised to be held at Knoxvllle Tennessee Sep 12 to Oct IS ot this year The exposition will Include ex hibits ot resources and commercial and industrial products ot the Appa lacbian region and will be a compre hensive presentation of the great pos sibilities ot that section which Is one of the richest In the wholo world Coal iron gold silver lead zinc cop per barytes marble timber and rich hardwoods are among the natural re AppalcblanaAttthese but tho development now under way Is meager ns compared to what will bo accomplished an a result of the publicity given this section through the Appalachian Exposition next fall It Is confidently expected that HBuOOO people will sea this exposition which will bo upon a scale surpassing any thing In tho sout- hAppalachian Bench Show DogstAttention Being1 Given to Ralslno Dogs of Fine BreellAppalachlanE- xposition Feature That there are many lovers ot pod igreed dogs In the Appalachian trrrl Tory bt tho south will bo fully demonstrated at the bench show to be held at the Appalachian Exposition In Knqxvllle Tenn Iron SepJembpf 21 to 2t Thoro will bt dogs of all breeds from tko tiny mUtt black and tan urea the fluffy little snqwwhlto Pomera clan to tho great Dalies and Alredics Tata attovtr holfl under the rules pfi Awerlean Kenne Club and tho Usual prizes will ba Awarded It U expected that one thousand dogs will be shown v nlO ts superintendent of the i 71hO1I organizing a kennel club among the dcggle people of Knoxville that assures already the sue teas of the undertaking ARMY NAVY EXHIBIT Will Ba Part of Governments Display at Appalachian Exposition Assurances have been given by offi elate In Washington that tho army and navy departments will havo largo nnd creditable exhibits at tho Appalach ian Exposition in Knoxvllle Tenn September 12 to October 12 of this year The exhibits will include pieces cavnJryIi diaa war relics types of uniforms ot the army and other hinge that will Interest the militant n1riteot the AR 1 ptlftehlt retfos yjiHil rifrtir I a Swtts Great Wirtst w JiYeSJock Projects Cattle and Sheep Husbandry and Oth er Avenues Grow In Importance i In no section of tho American states Is more attention being given to tho study of cattle raising sheep hus bandry horse and mule culture otc i than In tho south Tho mountainous AlabamaI i lina Tennessee Virginia and Ken lucky afford fine fields for stock rats ing and kindred Industries This sec non which is better known as the Appalachian region is to bo oxten Ivr exploited In a great Appalach San Exposition In Knoxville Tenn presentIbt exhibitions that will surpass any thing of tho kind yet undertaken In the south Live stock sheep bogs horses mules poultry dogs etc will be there from all parts of the Appa lachlan region The large buildings that are now under construction for the accommodation of these ox hibits guarantcp that they will bft splendidly displayed and that they will bo among the chief features of tho exposition The agricultural products of the Appalachian states will also be conspicuously displayed and products of domestic science otc will attract attention Every avenue of commerce and Industry In that region will be exhibited and of course no little apace and money will bo devoted to the amusement features of the exposition It is confidently as serted that the exposition will be worth traveling many miles to see and Knoxvllle will be able to accom modate tho hundreds of thousands of visitors who are expected Will Judge Some of- Poultry Exhibits Men of National Fame Engaged for Appalaclan Exposition Board Among tho poultrymen of nation wide repute to Judge the birds to be displayed at the Appalachian Exposi tion in Knoxville Tennessee Sep tember 12 to October 12 la Judge P J Marshall of Georgia who was last year voted the most popular Judge In the south Mr Marshall has teen thoroughly identified with the poultry interests of thla country for twentyfive years He has jtfdged all chuses Including the largest shows and expositions such an Chicago St Louis and Jamestown Expositions and such shows as Chicago Detroit Cia cinnati PUtsburg Washington Augusta Charleston Birmingham Dallas and scores of others Ho Is a mem ber of tho standard revision commit tee ot the American Poultry associa lion for 1910 Judge D M Owen of Tennessee has been ofllriatlng at poultry shows for the past twentytwo years and U very popular with all classes Ho has Judged at many of tho larger shows Including Kansas City St Louis Louisville San Antonio New Orleans Memphis Montgomery and at the Piedmont Exposition several times HP Is a life member of the American Poultry aflsodatlon and an official judge of tho Brown Leghorn Club ol AmericaTho Appalachian Exposition Poul try show will bo the best the south has ever seen and poultrymen appreciate tho fact that this Is tho opportunity to show to the world what tho south has in poultr- yGovernment Fisheries Exhibit For the Souh Will Be Displayed as One of the Fea turea of the Appalachian Exposition Anions tho many benefactions the United States government la giving Its people one ot tho most Important to the mountain streams of the south is tho replenishing fish The flah hatch ones ono of which In located In tbo Appalachian region at Erwin Tenn supply millions of fish to rivers and smaller streams Tho methods of fish culture as conducted In these hatch cries will bo fully demonstrated In the fish exhibit which the federal government Is to make at the Appalach ian Exposition to bo ihcld In Knox villa Tenn September 12 to October 12 of this year- BUILDING NEW HOTELS Knoxville Preparing to Eentertaln 600000 Exposition Visitors The people of Knoxvllle Tenn In which city the Appalachian Exposition Is to bo held September 12 to October 12 next are making extensive prepa rations to handle tho large crowds of visitors that are expected- In addition to tho five largo hotels already established there a sixth hostelry was opened a few weeks ago and a seventh Is now under construction to bo completed by July 1 The latter has about 150 rooms and Is modern In every particular Committees are now nt work cataloguing boarding and rooming houses with a view to giving every visitor to the exposition comfortable and agreeable quarters It is estimated by the department of admissions that at least 500000 people will visit the exposition during the tour weeks It continues Ono thing Is certain Knoxvllle will be able to souse all IU visitor j liIetIS II Stodgy to Be Shawn in Exhibit First Show of Its Kind In the South WJII Be Held In Knoxvlll It is anticipated that over three thousand fancy pigeons will be on ex Llbltlon at the first exclusively pigeon and vet stock show ever held In tho south Fancy pigeons of many varieties constituting all sizes colors and shapes will be there billing and coo ing and preening their pretty feathers All sorts of pot stock envies cats and toy dogs cf every description Judge George Ewald tho greatest pigeon and pet stock than In the Vnlted States has been secured to place the ribbons and valuable prizes will bo awarded This show which will attract thousands of people to the Appalachian Exjioslllon at Knox vllle Tenn next fall has been fixed for September 27 to October 1 President Taft Is To Visit South In Fall Head of the Nation Will Be Guest of the Appalachian Exposition for One Day plansingmonths of September or October lie has accepted the Invitation of the Ap palachian Exposition at Knoxvllle Tenn to visit that great fair some time between Sept 12 and Oct 12 It Is the Iresldents deslro to bo In Knox Tllle upon the opening day of the ex position If possible but In the event ho Is unable to get there then he will uroly visit the groat southern show during the tour weeks It Is to con tinue President Taft Is very much IntercstH In the Appalachian Exposi lion partially on account of Its send mental and material connection with the Appalachian forestry preserve and conservation project which is now be ing favored by high powers of the na tional government The President re gards East Tennessee and the Appa lachian region contiguous thereto as one of the garden spots of the nation and he Is very desirous of visiting It again not having been through that section since his campaign tour In the early faU of 1908 The Appalachian Exposition management declares that Tart day will be one of the big tea tuned of tho exposition and prepara tions are already being made to en tertain hundreds of thousands of vis Itors upon that date Poultry Show Profitable to Owners of Rare Fowls Many Substantial Cash Prizes and VaVfijble Cups Offered for Fine Birds It Is no trouble nowadays to hold a poultry show If conditions are fa vorable for the eople believe In them They exhibit and attend In per son because they profit by them The advertising feature alone Is worth many times the cost Shows are hold at a time of year when the tarn is at his best and the weather the most propitiousThe Stock Poultry and Pet Stock building of tbo Appalachian Ex position to be held In Knoxville Tenn September 12 to October 12 next has been especially designed to meet the requirements of an uptodate exhibi tion room as to size light and ventila tion Situated near the main building overlooking beautiful Chllhowea lake Is Ideal The largest exhibit of pnrobred poultry ever held In the south Is promised at this exposition Already the Idea has become popular and many have stated that they are rats ing exposition chicks Large cash prizes and many beau tiful sliver cupa will bo offered A grand sweepstakes prIze of 100 in gold for the highest scoring pen of birds in the show besides many stile and special prizes exclusive of the regular large cash prizes are some of the attractlpns to breeders There will be special prizes for each state In the Appalachian region and an effort will bo made for each state association to offer a grand stato prize poulltrbons and the specialty clubs will otter cups and ribbons Prizes at the Appalachian Exposition Poultry Show are going to worth striving for nnd competition will be keen Forestry To Be Saved As Result of Conservation of Watersheds In Appalachian Region One of the purposes of tho Appa lachian Exposition to bo hold in Knox vlllo Tenn September 13 to October 12 of this year is to attract more attention to the entire Appalachian region with a view to strengthening the sentiment ln behalf of conservation of watersheds In tho mountain regions for tho purpose of saving the forestry If tho protection that Is sought Is af forded tho forestry interests of tho Appalachian section of tho south will be given an opportunity to rehabilitate and In years to come posterity will thank the people of today for this work The Appalachian Expositions forestry exhibit will be of Interest In this respect Double Your Profits by Using an INDIANA SILO A Iskgrain therefore corn hand per5jJercentSILO is 95 per cent continue to waste poor stock When the reach of all and fully guar nine acres of corn and Also agent for the most ments Cutters Practical and loader led by t through I of within lfcedsuptodate conveyor equipt R E GAINES AGENT ElectroMedical Baths for the sick tEgivingElectroMedicalsame as given at the famousSpas of Europeland some of Mineral and large Sanitariums in this country for cure of nervous and chronic diseases and especially those diseases arising from an excess of uric acid in the system Uric acid by accumulating the system excess poisons the blood and a great variety of dis eases affecting the organs of respiration digestion and excretion It causes diseases of the skin and mucous surfaces the heart and arteries brain and nervous system muscles and joints The uric acid condition it the cause of Rheumatism ill various form she diteate of kid neys and bladder asthma quinsy and bronchitis catarrh eczema hives itching and burning of the situ palpitation of the heart cold hands sod iee4drnineu mental depression melancholia neural pa chorea hysteria numbness headaches and a great variety of purely nervous symptoms Old and people ofmiddle life are the greatest lufferert but the young are not exempt Acourse2 to weeksof our Elecbo Medial Baths cleanses the system of the uric acid and other toxic compounds and by removing the cause of disease gives quick relief anda lasting cure These baths in with our Violet Light Treatment relax nerve tension sound sleep improve appetite and digestion and so cure nervous diseases insomnia neurasthenia nervous melancholia etc Obese or over fat people get rid of 7 to pounds per week without to bean or appearanceYou friends 1 FREDERICK DEHFVEN M D MILLS BUILDING TELEPHONE 496 DANVILLE KENTUCKYtAshland Brook CNo 17M 0111 A T II U bred by Rack foaled IKi4solidbay Ashlandift hind foot stands lV hands blgb- PJDIOREEHlrld Silent Brook No MllrgaretDatbgnte2IIXBellbrook i17 Jennie Brook CU 3nuKlllott Stone 2ls lady Brook too and Running Brook 13 Spent Brook by Darknlght No mow the sire of Search light army Bet tOI nnd Valpa 2II Darknl q bvltred by Alcyone J- 5record2T Ashland Brooks Isidnm Buna Wren by Ashland Wltkei 91irecord17H the sire of John It ler S IM Ashland Wilkes sired Wilkes 1i4I1 be by George Wilkes aecodd dam side Lilly by Pretender Hl Srddam by Jim S- 5NOrxrAshland Brook a handsome fel low with lots of substance has a bold way of going with speed ItllI and great action colts arethree eaJl old and they are all one could expect they good colors with plenty of size and great style and Ilnlsh Ashland Brook sired the great unbeaten twoyearold Hnllle that sold for 860 Ashland Brook will male the present season rib to insure a living colt WAR TRACE Will nlio stand the great young Jack War Traeeat 110 for mares nnd ISO for Jennets Iayehandsond he by the Imp Tax Payer that sold for- r61Whisdautwits by the Imp Great East ern War Trace dam by Bedford Star he by Ezell Starlight STANFORD KENTUCKY HOMESEEKERS FARES The West and VIA 21To LouisWITHOUT CHANGE Third Return from Arrangements PBNN GARDNER LOUISVILLE No 2512 Owned by J Sandidge Hus tonville Ky Bay sthllonhft hind foot white foaled Nov 17 1904 sire Prospect by Dignity Dare 1882 Dam Squirlie 191 by Black Squirrel 58 2d dam Daisy Denmark 188 bySumpterDenmark Jr 3rd dam Fannie Wallace by Sir Wallace Sequel one pf those full made ones with two good ends and a middle is an extra individual every respect just such a one as you see the blue ribbons show ring fine gaited never touches himself anywhere and very high going all round He has won 16 blue ties show rings never defeated Come see this grand colt he worth going miles see Sound This horse will make the season at Hustonville SlSO to insure living cutting shocking cent by putting in the SILO saved by feeding the 4 half your feed and ensilage and t and corn I that the Springs the in in causes in connection produce doing headaches 10 injury or Monroe is at the and EagleVol O A 8 n ItoKingEagleii16 hands high dark bay with flowing mane tall eoesaliohne gaits with plenty of speed sty Io 1KDKiKKB Hired Royal King by On TIme 74 be by Stonewall Jackson n Royal Kings let dam Mollle Mounts wiit by the Ire Ollbbell taxing n atWVsheglemad dam by Ked Lion 3rd dam by r Hurl Denmark he by Millers Denmark 46 Jim Dell thoroughbred NOTBKIIII Eagle n combined n breeder of color high styled coin helall having style action He that won the VO stake at the Stanford Kalr and the chic at Lencaster defeating hero four of the ot the great This get of King Eagles was second In tsoontake at Harrodsburc with it entries and defeated the colt that this stake out ofthree shows colts nro lu demand bring the highest prices King Eagle the present season at Insure a living colt Will also standthe mule Jack Jim- Keeneatioformaresnndt for Jennet to Insure a living Jim Keene sired by the greet Keene 1st dam by the Imp John Wells dam by Keene Ill bandsbigh black with white points a great mule Jack All of above mentioned stock will the season of at our stab tulles West of Stanford on the Shelby City pike Mares traded period wltb or bred elsewhere forfeits Insurance end money hacomesduentthetlnieofsuch transaction For further Information call on or address P T UAIUU8 IIOBT WOOFS Phone TZ rung S Stanford Ky S T HARRIS ROBT WOODS C LOW ROUNDTRIP TO Southwest NorthwestI 12 12 TRAINS DAILY 2TO ST LouisWITHOUT CHANCE Tickets on Sale First and Tuesdays In Month Limit 34 Days Date of CTWrHe for Fares and Special Dlterse Route eaohIR P Tl A Kr J rt 0 Sequel j B 56 is in winning in is is a on in and is to at colt thelI 1 age King and by KX noted U and size and stake get the won two His will make the colt 2nd the make 1V10 IX the I I Watzmann No 343 i I This splendid German Coach horse was foaled May 21 1903 by H Hanenkamp in Germany He nslocby Eskimo No 1400 He is a very fine type of the best German coach horses and sold for 3000 three years ago He will make the season at my place at Hustonville at 10 to insure living colt J K BAUGHMAN Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets assist nature in driving all Impurities out of the system rlRgafr- ee and regular condition and reateriog the organs of the body to health and strength Sold by G L Psuy e r = pT I d- I 0 L tAGEFOUR SD INT RIQJnUBAL 3TANEOBD KT APRm nst10 u 1 LrTilE INTERIOR JOURNAL t k Established 1872 VHRY TU1 DAY AND FRIDAY At fl Per Year In Advance j I HELTON 8AUFLEY Publisher I Bntered at tho Post Office at Stan Ky as Second Class mail jford Taft and Wilson President Tafts blunders in the Na tional administration remind one very ranch of certain features which have btstood prominently in that of Gov Will son in Kentucky Col William R Nelson editor of the Kansas City Star and a pioneer in the Taft band wagon de clares that if the presidential election were to be held this year Mr Taft could not carry a state west of the Al legheny mountains And in describing the growing hostility of public opinion 1sineo it became apparent that Taft has supporting Cannon and Aldrich in j their alignment with the interests and against tho people Editor Nelson says In all this transformation of public opinion there has been little bit i terness Instead there has been gen eral sorrow over the loss of confidence in a President of charming personali temperamentIearnestness has alienated the people who believed they had found in him the man to carry on the work begun by Roosevelt And those who have closely watched the work of Gov Willson during the two and a half years of his administra tion and dare speak their candid opin ions will say that in a great many ways these references to Taft apply apt ly to the Governor Theres no deny ing the nttactivo personality of the man No better boon companion ere gathered at a banquet board or braver raconteur told deeds of love and war But in the Governors chair with prob lems of state In the balance a weak i hand at the helm or more vascillalinfl judgment could hardly be im texecutiveIt is a byword in Frankfortt that no one ever knows whatGov Will feonis going to do nor does he Thric- that the public knows of he has ha Iintypewritten form vetoes on import legislation only to withdraw then on the eve of formal announcement and then send in approval of the bills The latest advocate to obtain the exec utive ear generally influences the poll cy that becomes the gubernatorial die turn Meaning well himself he as I sumes that others are actuated alwayi sincerest motives and believinp 1thus like Taft has more often the not permitted himself to become thE I pliant tool of those who care little foi the weal or woe of the commonwealth can they but fatten on the public purse How greatly the resemblance be tween the two executives grows ai they are camparedl Few doubt thai they really want to do what is best bul bow far short they are falling of satin lying the people that they and the par ty they represent are competent to safe guard the state and nation I Tnt Commls rentAgriculture 1L C Rankin has announced as a can tdidatefor the republican nomination If its got to be a republi can again which we hardly believe none would suit us better Rankin has certainly been the friend of us corn growing farmers F PulliamLentz Popular Lincoln County Girl Weds Nan From Washington Mtea Eugenia Pulliam daughter of Mrs Sara Pulliam of this county living near the Boyle county line and Mr William H Lentz of the government printing office Washington D C reunited in the holy bonds of wed lock at her home Wednesday by the Rev Everett Gill pastor of the Bap tint church at Danville Miss Pulliam is a very attractive young woman a member of an old and prominent fam ily and the young couple have the best wishes of a host of friends After a short wedding journey they will make their home In Washington throaat you use Jains Cough Remedy Pleasant to take soothing and healing m effect Sold by G L Penny Notice On Friday and Saturday the 22d and 23d of April 1910 the city council has andtteam wagon and driver will be furnished by the city on the above days to yourrwhenever he cornea i W K Shugars J R Powell Sanl J tary Committee itI1 tLIH n Ot Tu Committee Called In Eleventh repubU1caaEleventh district has issued a call for a meeting of that body in Corbin April 90th The purpose of the meeting to to fix a time and place for naming a republican candidate for Congresa in Eleventh district The candidates for the nomination are Congressman U C Edwards the incumbent and Caleb Powers Every family and especially those who reside in the country should be provided at all times with a bottle of Chamberlains Liniment There is no telling when it may be wanted in case of an accident or emergency It is most excellent in all cases of rheuma tiam sprains and bruises Sold by G L Penny Red Light Red sorrel horse 4 old 10 hands high extra weight and bone Sired by famous roadster and sire Red Leaf who is too well known to all horsemen to need description and pedigree he by C F 218 1st dam by Red Wilkes Red Lights 1st ram was Day Maid by an 230 son of the great GambeUa Wilkes 2nd dam Nell by old Balsora 3rd dam NoonJay St Elmo 4th dam Mid night by Pilot Jr 6th dam Twilight byWanerpromIsln Bayimg that with his size style form speedand action that ho is bound to prove a great stock horse Wlllstand at my livery barn In Stanford at 15 to insure a living colt money duo when colt is foaled or mare with Be sure to tee him before breeding your good mares G G JJEAZLEY Stanford Ky King Eagle Jr PedigreeSired by S T Harris King Eagle RoyalKing2555wall Jackson 72 Royal Kings lit dam Mollie Mountz 2584wa i by noted ore Cabbelli Lejjntfon F S King Eagles lit dam Hip 3579 Eagle7502d JimInon she LyOld Drennoo 2nd dam Copper Bol thoroughbred Laywithstand full 16 34 hands high weight 1425 Ibi wayA of speed style and action and hit colts show that h iaI I Sprinllthattime He will make the season of 1910 at ou FuhinllIed paned with or bred elsewhere without consent forfeits the insurance and the money becomes due at the time of such trannactioo Care will be taken to prevent accidents but not topon sible should any occur Will alto stand a KEENEairedI ou 2handsproved himself to be a good breeder Will stand at 8 to insure a living colt A lien retainedon all colts until the season money U paid C G CALDWELL OX SON R F D 4 WAYNESBURC KY Phone in rear deuce Waynesburg FarmersEx DON VARRICK This niagnlllcently brvu young stnlllon will make the nvaaon of IblU at my stable pikentIt 108 n beautiful chestnut short bock heavy bone In fact the highest type of the trotter and perfect disposition Hell by tho great ttuulTranayivantaand the same yenr won the 10000 llonner Memorial and tho MnndM all in broken beat and cold for I21no and later for RVOX lon Vfirrlck Is bred exactly like Span TrRny1YanlaIIIed as one of the biz tour belnr one of the greatest money winners on the grand clr cult In urn- Onward Silver Is by Onward one of the reateit and best sons of George Wilkes awards dam was the dam of IrectortheI-re of that great family of trotters and byWllkelto The WaytlbQ and half lltpr to Mad lene Patchen the dam of Rubber 210 Winchester XHBK Billy Wilton 2ia and I UoggaGreyEaIatltlen ConnerthatLexington track at It months in liUtoi and sold to N W llnblngor of New Haven for r1OAshealso produced Maggie Igo that trotted a half mile on the same track at itmontbl old In lilt and sold for HBO Don Varrick is fast game sad always on the rarely ever leaves his feet In a weeks handling last Fall he trotted a quar inIilOtrack Please note the Inheritance of speed on both aide not a musing link for generations Breed to this fellow and you breederlooksSee htm before booking your mares Reason orbredper day and all care taken but will not be DonVarrlckhandling Also at same place will itand Two Mighty JacKs Two ItUSHELO11tlbn point 4 highwitha rangy neck has plenty bone and substance and as a breeder he 1J1ot surpassed RUSSEL oldIuatAuguatmuch finish and action 81 u horse and al n ofthosethoInsuranceberesponslbloahouldany June lit and bred by private contract E P WOO DR lII WOOD Al isntiDate fl 3n8 A S II R Sued Dlgmty Due 1982 he by CWer KingWilliam byAbdaHaJa2nd dam Lady Darin by Cris DaY b flour Ltghtbytie c by Cuamoghams CopperboHom 5th dam by Imported Buzzard NOTE AUaont Dare to fat at we ere able to discover u the first horse on record hiring to hit credit the honor of defeating with hisown progeny thote of hit tire Dignity Dart Since became a tire he his from I to 4 premium coil shown each yeas at the different county and they are developing into a tae lot of walk trot and 5 gahed oaes This horse it the result of a mating with the beet dues and sirs obtainable and at a natural result it a fine horse beautiful bay about 16 hand and made fat wouldweigh around 1200 pound A thaw among champions fully their peers going 6 tied gaits flit true and naturally extremely high A high tiilrd one He it a full brother to that walktrot geld Have the Superior corn with bothedge and dropping w so Superior I horse planters and fertilizers planters tested give satisfaction seta W H Stanford Kentucky JTobacco and Tobacco tarns But Insurance Jesse D WearenThe Insurance Min STANFORD KY Residence Phone H omce MS Insure with me and be fully i JeC McClary Undertaker anti Dealer In Saddlery STANFORD KY Omm PbonOtf Home Phone 84 B D CARTER New Livery Depot Street Phone 96 8TANFORDKENTUCKY A W CURD AUCTIONEER KentucKy I am a graduate of Jones National School of Auctioneers and hove had ex- perIence in the big cattle ales nt the Union stock Yards Chicago where we some a bltb as pZW Also In horse wilei wnere STO aalei were made each day II a science and I have studied it with this idea See or pbono me before you arrange for your can makeselostoyouradvantnge P1iO IEE n Fruit and Ornamental J for Orchard Lawn and Garden One Strawberry CataloguesNo HF Hilienmeyer Sons LextMOitm KEHTTJCKT Harry Jacobs Dealer in and Manufacturer of and Monuments Marker and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees Office and works McKinney Ky TO THE FARMERS I will continue to handle Fertilizers In the Jumbo and McKlnney and ask my old patron to remember mt I 11110 aRk the patronage of many new customers D U SIPPLE London Ky Spring Summer Stock Uaveyonr measure taken by n tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whether low clothes will havesuit individuality and nt which plainly they were made toyour measure I will also take your topcoatssamples OB hand ready for your Inspection I 110 RUPLEYTheTallCJ 2 rN al c lacea a t t t WOiaJt TtexyDdo Jww Mere w mare eret iced fey Duty Dalist of GIllen too mmrtmu U teen lion Tbis hens owing to and locaJioa will mate at our tWlle 2 12 tsilei ftoaHwtooTile on HIlltetlY sad lc1315 to UMtre a live colt Mare dorheed elsewhere renders season due GrIM in abundance at 2 month Our persanelat responsiblefoeinjpection invited Eo S POWELL 6t SON- HIllteBTiDe Ky PEKCHERON Sidi62761Imported from France 1007 foaled 1904 SIdi will stand at the Stock Yards Will let him serve a few mares at 915 to Insure a living colt Not responsible for ares pastured at 250 per month 124 W O WALKER Stanford Ky U WE 2horse planter ra flat plates al the These have been and rasa I HIGGJNS Insures Nothing protected Embalmer Harness Burgin sold thoroughbreds Auctioneering Trees Everything plants Marble Granite sections Indicate men Nunnoley I J L Bleazley Co Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur aitureMattingsRugi They willexchangeFurniture for ill Kinds of StockS Gin Them a Call Price Right 8 TAN FORD KENTUCK Y Fish Pennington I Insurance and Real Estate All kinds of INSURANCE on all kinds of property Only the larg est companies represented Rates as low as can be had anywhere Stanford Ky Phone 200 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE r I cunfurnUb the public wllh the best III well at the freshest of cut flower plant of all kind bulbs potted flowers on abort notice Also make a specially of wreath purposesIn nbove J have all kind of vegetables on hand at reasonable prlcr OHRIBTMAN UHKKN HOUHEH- KJ liUBHAHD 1KOn Stanford tr- yCONCRETING SWe are in position to do all kinds of concreting na and In tad we can make anything from e bonus down to n fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee flrstclas pricehelorau PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky J J BELDE1SI For bouse carriage and painting deco ratlve paper hanging alsobuggy trimming- of all kinds such as tope recotered curtain and boots made Mtopover Aldrldxe1 blacl smith ibop Wet Main 8t Stanford Ky Phone No tJJ J JBRLDKN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I drlire to sell prlvatclymy tock of Oro cerlel And hardware lJOlng a good buinews Will invoice about 12600 Reason III healthOEO DIIOPPERHtanfordKy- ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE r THOSE having claims against the estate of Geo B Saufley deceased are notified to present same to the undersigned properly proven hr payment ThoseowinK him will please make set tlement with me at one George L Penny administrator t j Lt rOUNG MENS LOXGIfORTH jt gEderheimer Stein Co li Au11FtW Young Men t t Never in our business life have we been so well prepared to furnish you exnctly the correct thing as we are ttxlny in oc young mens clothes We have nil the new wrinkles such os the heavy padded shoulders full bloomer trousers with n inch turn up and tunnel belt straps There is no tail cforinb under the sun better at 1210 to 15U the suit H J McROBERTS N Stanford Kentucky G L Penny R H Coffey K R Coleman J WDr Hess Poultry Panacea I mI Will make hens lay euro them ot disease and keep them in good thrifty conditionOThe I trayfor I Drugbooe I I PENNYS 1 Stanford KentuckyI When You Have PrcdaCeTo Fol CnllSH B NorthcottrStanf- ord 1 Ky Phone 153 tTHURMAN K TUDOR Manager f JrrH i JI P J tI JIh f d ftr tI ot JLt j r 1 kAPAI1 iN FIVEaYb l 1 YNewsn ShlPCI J Ii f fyiJ P f 1 t Jt S r 7 J i r t c foOr new low show have all the tylc and quality possible for human fr skill and experience to put Into a shoe There is a certain refinement to anfig badly lasted We have the new one two or three strap slippers in suede gun metal patent Let us fit you with the style that 350If 3I- f J r SEVERANCE SON Stanford K tuckyfrfrHI Many mixtures are offered J as substitutes for Royal Nose of them Is the same In composition or effectiveness so wholesome and eco comical nor will make suds fine f- oodROYAL i Baking PowderAbsoSuitty Pure Royal is Uic only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of art8lI f wJNBBDU Robbins and Shuttles for1 nirJMwititr machines at Pennys Drug tore j i 4fPERSONALS J iJTr tttB MARY GENTRY was the guest off to JlultonviIJlIi tti 1tflgDr B 1 GRuuns f Junction v WAS here Wednesday I t MoKlnnupwas1 G W PULUAM of Lexington came over this week to attend the wedding of hit sister Miss Eugenia to Mr Jntz- m COUNTY CLERK GEO B Cooren Isl upending a few tny at Marllnivillc IndM A JOHNSON was in Loufevl o this weekL WEAKEN HUGHES of Louisville spent Sunday with the home folks MRS BBSSIK MCKJNNEY entertained Wednesday evening with an informal dinner in hon6r of Miss Lallah Rooh Nuckols of Louisville who li visiting at Crab Orchard Tho occasion was a moat delightful one for those friends of tho hostess and charming Ruest pres ent r The New kCourtIII b House 1- 111 J Was begun about 1909i y A i on that day one of the colored laborers bought a pair of our Krome work shoes at 250 and wore them constantly on I this job until Apr 15 1910 when he i gladly gave up hisC- r t 250 for another pair We have many friends equally as well satisfied with our Krome r fwork shoes Trya one pair and you Twillsmile i Cummins Wearers 9 Y 4 j sSTANFORD IillNTUCKVI f I 3 i J i e i t wtt New WSshiiiE 1 flll iI J i1rfit 4 The wash coat suit is a necessity in every ladys wardrobe they are comfortable clean and fresh looking and take the place of a thin dress or woolen dress If you paid the price we ask for the suit for the mak ing alone you could not get any better workmanship Every skirt to these suits are shrunk before making so there is no drawing up Prices 5 to 10 f FRANK rillLLipps is outlngain al-a severe bllllous attack JAB C Rom will spend some time at Elixir Springs MRS BOIION CAMPBELL Is spending a few days with her parents in Lancas I terJOHN OwsLEy REiD has returnedI from Cincinnati where he has been un 1JreatIly ny friends will be glad to know MRs J E LYNN of Stanford who has been tt Rochester Minn where she underwent a delicate operation Shie r daughter Mrs W Logan Wood on I Maple avenue She will be accompa nied by Mrs J E Claunch of Somer set who has been with her at the sani tarium Danville Advocate Miss Lucia Ournam who was to have sailed for Europe on May 10th has changed her plans and will not sail until June 2nd Miss Burnatn hoe been appointed by the General Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian church as one nf thu three uelrgatea to attend the Gcnvrul Missionary Conference to beheld in Edinburg in June Miss Bur nam expects to continue her travels afterward and will make an extended tnur of Italy Switzerland the land of the Nile and other places of great Interest Miss Belle Bennett who Is one of thr best known women In the Meth attendILOCALS WEDDING presents at W H Mud lers x WANTED MONEY Will buy any old coins you may have Address H Harris Frankfort JyIPURE Plymouth Rock eggs 1 for NunnelleyTurneravllle w FOR SALE Few nice Duff Orping ton cockerels Also eggs for hatching Mrs Vf J Holfzclaw Stanford R F D NoJ SEED sweet potatoes lawn mowers ice cream freezers at George H Far rls w SEE the display of mens and wo mens shoes and slippers at the Coun try Store OLD papers for saleall nice and clean suitable for shelves otc25 for lie This office NEW and mattings just received W A Trlbble It i LosTBenchlclnted flee white with brindle spots and wearing a collar Reward for return to J L Beazley Stanford 142 Faro lumber For Sale 120000 feet of Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Barn Patterns which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn Hay or good Horses and Mules Prices on this very rea sonable for I want to sell Write me at RespectfullyC Ky I UNDERTAKER MCCLARY shipped a casket to Livingston for the father of J C Stanley of this city who died there OWING to the inclement weather but a small crowd saw the play at the opera house but those who did say it was fairly good S C B LEGHORN eggs for sale Best laying strain Write or phone Mrs R L Berry Hustonville Ky 710 THOSE owing will please come and pay me for winter hats and I will sell you a nice Spring one Miss Ella May Saunders 142 JUNCTION CITY bread is exactly alike other bread only its different You CountryIISecond hand Bell City for sale at a bargain WO Walker tf Rev A S MnlTet of Lebanon will preach at the Presbyterian church next eveningy buggies or sale at bargains us quick Pence Bros tf I nAVE Installed anew flyingshuttle loom and weave rag carpets and rugs Have several nice pieces of carpets now on hand for sale Firstclass work and at reasonable prices Mrs W L Dish on Milledgeyille The Nicholasvillo fish School base ball team nosed out the Lancaster High School team 4 to 3 in a hotly contested seven inning game Boggs playing short for Lancaster did the best work of the day The batteries were Nich olasville Lear and Killenan Lancas ter Heron and Bastin Evans Acquitted Tom Evans the brakeman charged with shooting Buckskin Bill Dalton was In Judge Baileys court this weekjJo was defended by Attorney Owslcy and Chappcl and it was shown that there was no proof which Identified him as the man who fired the shot that broke Daltons leg Lancaster A large number of Lancaster people attended the C W B M and Sunday school convention at Stanford among them being Elder F M Tinder W I Williams Mesdames J A R Moore R E McRoberts Emma Kauffman II V Bastin W R Bastin William Burnett J B Kinnaird W A Price There is no problem of increasedcost of food if you cat moreslot Of1lflS An ideal food delicious appetizing strengthening Comparedwith other foods Quaker Oats costs almost nothing and yet it builds the best Rcirulir lOe package iod hermetically waled tint lor bet climates C3 BLACKSMITHING I Bring roar Blnekamltblng and general repair work to me Ilorae boeing tt c HitUifactlon guaranteed ehop opposite Phllllpa concrete afore JAMBB DRAOKETT Stanford Kjr 200000 Feet of LajAt The Right Prices I have 200000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco bams and other building purposes at reasonable prices Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want and I can suit you WALKER OWENSI Poogo Ky Shipping Point Mt Vernon I 4 PRETTY THIN GOODS FOR THE DRESS UP DRESS Korafi Foulards A pretty fabric so much like the silk that when made up you cola hardly tell the difference 25c yard BELMAR POPLIN irf Comes in all the new Spring shades looks like silk washes We1j wall v costs less Only 25c yd rV MONOTONE SILK AND CANTON SILK z f These part silk fabrics are for style and beauty unsurpassed Vary suitable for this seasons style of dress 80c yd 1 I M D Hughes Samuel Embry Misses Fainte and Settle West Mamie and Et lei Walter Nellie Johnson Allie Yatitin and W S Kmbry and wife Complying with the request that all churches of the United States should give a service on April 24 to a discus mon of the White Plague a program following out this plan will bo arranged by the ministers of this city for next Sunday evening in which both the physicians and teachers will deliver ad dresses on the subject of tuberculosis Mrs Louis Landram came over from Danville and had her household goods moved to the Boyle county capital rooms rates week cola I where Landram soon pa Y Ii per the Danville Messenger Arrangements are being made committee to Washington In tercst the proposed nbw government I building Lancaster Senator Brad ley promised use his inluti e secure this appropriation and for townsmen believe he succeed A Chicago architect to the board of trustees of the Lancaster School the plans for a sew fschool building design arranges i for rooms with cloak room ad 1 each and a spacious auditorium to seat from 600 to 800 people a Tonic or Stimulant l There is immense difference between a tonic and a stimulant Up one day way back the next thafs a perfecthealth i a strong tonic The only Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol Do not stimulate unless your doctor says so He knows Ask him Do as he says j C Ayer CoLowtttMaa tJ1Ibreath For one week only beginning April 25th will offer t1 HOOSIER SHEETING For 7c yard To the untrained eye all muslins look very much alike 4 but to the woman who knows theres a vast difference the Hoosier sheeting is soft to the touch has an even selvage and is full yard wide and of a weight that will fill a thousand and one household needs Wetconsider it one of the very best muslins on the market t W E EERKINSw Crab Orchard Kentucky i 11L R Hughes T W Humble OMartin j I I C CJrdsIWe have just received spring line of ladies 1otr slippers You and invite will your I not find a bet ter line anywhere The very latest that themkt can furnish pat ents vicis kid etc Prices fromSl to 350 HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes L STANFORD KENTCKVJ CLEMENS HOTEL J L ELKIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy onUlde Commercial travelers ipeoUlty Natal by or month The former county man tail his friends tbould reo amber him when stopping In Ida town Mr starts his to sewA the fa of for has to to his mer will has submitted Graded The five new joining an we per 1 W in Lin L tN TINE THBLE No u South mse P x No 88 Bontb J0i5 Asr rrtiNosaNorth59rY h HoI710 AM No191iO P rt JOS s HICE Agent l kd ci I n I a n- r fI 1110isr 1 e 1All Peavine 4092 i DESCRIPTION Dfl BREEDING Fow ar old 153 han a dark chestnut sorrelweh i lei of bone conformation and action sired Rex Peavine 1796 he by Rex McDonald 1833 fed dam Lucy Welb 6404 by Pea ine 85 2nd dam by Warren Harm Denmark 3rd dam h- NOTE1l r r Mn WeJey he by Davie Crockett you are looking for the breed of horses that are commanding the highest prices here =o he has at much Peavine as it U possible to get being by Rex Peavine and out of old fearae mare Will erve a limited rumberof mares at 25 to insure firing colt ALMASThu stallion u dark bay Syearold 162 with best of bone and action with very heavy mane adtoIIdm by Bay Dick 4th dam by Bold Stacking In offering thu stallion to the public I know hew u Ut we to get stock big enough to work and sell He u well enough bred to get trot teesWill stand him It the very low price of 10 to iuure lie colt Your tongue Is coated Your breath is foul Headaches come and go These symptoms show that you stomach is the trouble To remove the cause Is the first thing and Chamber 1 Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets will do that Easy to take and moat effect lie Sold by G L Penny Ti GALTON 12910Benaon of 111- 0SrreofOalvlnO rlv u Burns Ytny- and tax others trIal from Y11 to Yl s hOO6 are tbe only onea that were ever hnnd- ltd for speed Also the sire of one dam colt h o0e la tbOY tO lilt Mired by Oaml WI- IkH YIa the sire of ao In uet3J hit 19 In ache and In the worlcinimed dam UlsyYiel t ftraDd dam of 6wltb record offrotn2l7 to 2 osyjl by Ifaaeld 2171 of lIambletonlan la lam by Beeleye AmerIcan Star Knlleld hove n i- YaFI n 21 oritter5ncfanra Quickstep by Ken y Irlnce Jr alre J Q lemffit lIt SSdnmbyUldJoealreoftbednmolJ Q liTK oltoll terries the blood of four leOOlnll tarallk Hnrnhletonlwn WUkelbfambrlnoI Chief nnd8e lcyaAn Oeltona colts have gone against And de- lensed the beat In harness classes and road Mar flogs they are In demand selling bleb al SIlXX after maturity tarllnll- rom 0 to 110 Oaltonwlll umd at Ut aiableS miles West of Uustoavllle on Brad ksrdevll le pIke at a livIng colt Money due 1J mare letradedaftertie10gbred Menty of grnaa at outer wltbImixedxreasly for mares no atock saareahave graia lots and large stables for fed at cost- YbuaeInresldencellustenvltle Exchange J UOU1 5 Iluitonvllle Ky DigOit4 Dare 1982 IJnrk Mahogany Day 1bA3Sbweightt IMO pouna Is abolutelY SOUBU to everyway KInd and eolta easily handled Ha tins IteppedlllghthlE to ke61how 4 horse wearing the blue tie ever I- aJecctt yenrllng out shows as Kara Moei and one of l n 1eM lorleiewas never defeated except by- lwoothtlOwncoltennd tier won In at2zhead Ills colt lire nlwayi Inalde tbePI dvlo d Wllto rrsaandhlKh priced three anllDvo i gaited show hones Sixty eve of his get nt T raKenK8of t 4yenr3toldnt dale prloe of SOli 1 never fatrn eIna produce ring when shown with 1 to- 1N of hta rnkget such saddler ftl he hM sired- suweiyrNettleton Wlnaollh Prossectthe lira Anderson 1 vay the lncII Uenlnu Mare Toiie lore London Dare hate All White Foot Prince Jmperu rand 54abottotothcrS that have from Ixjolcuthli record aa a sire Q4 ddlera and see what they can do a II0N1rY UAItR got by Ibeater Dare No ATlI pyltysdekeltambletonlonNOinATMil at1einIlutonvflleatthedowprice t ITO Va y due when colt comes or more ocremovedor bred to any other stockn MB retainEd on all colts until paid AI I Nreaa furnished at reosoauble price marpa from ft Loan e nettledBreeding tor before removed from a D r to W in inornlnR and 4 to 0 In evenings i Mttm will receive my personal fat will not bo responsible for accidents or oampes will also nt the some time and breeding Mule Jack rlpEYTONuwell known In the West End of Lincoln t 110 for wares und Iso for Jennela 11duewhen colt U foaled or mare traded re moved or parted with or bred to any other by hull Uudderor luck tie 1stack Urlgnollu and out of Jim IorI tcJenOOttPeytou1flue with very large bone nnd well t roontedla3haulslinehhigh awl admired II who see tobu the- gsimulolackina LIncoln county rt AH arc Invited to come and see hlrllJ CARPENTERj I i J lilill Jr J tt ioi r At same time and place Will stand two good jacks Jim Porter and Brignolia These jacks u too well known to need adrertuing as I h+ made severalmeson widitlhem and you all know how they breed Terms S to Jniure live colt Service lee due with all the above adrertiied pock when colt u foaled mare traded IOldor LIed to to other stock Care taken to prev accident bul not responsible should any occur R S Scudder FC iPhone in ResidenceMcKINNEY Cecilian Leaf 4416S Sired by Red Leaf 21390 the ofa tojdrteri I it dam Day Maid teciGaohe GlmbdtWalkea2d dam Nell by Balsora 102 3d dam Noon Day by St Elmo 275 4th dim by Pilot Jr I2S In Cecelum leaf the blood ol C F Oar nest RedWilka u united with that of GambeMa Willa and Pilot and ihould prove a crow which cannot be excelled Ceediaa Leaf ua well developed registered tr pa colt four old He it a ba with two whitehindiext snda star uetteptoall rangy for a trotting hone especially graceful ra the neck stands full 15 34 hands his jugh ac lion and lots of style and finish which in addi tioatahu peed makes him an ideal horse fOf the stud These qualities are just what u needed in a ate to breed high harness and walk trot hones and it ii the walklrot that sells for th most money and his the readiest tale Cecelia Leaf unmarked but cannot in 228 He l go lot a record this summa He will make the Kaion at the Pink Cottage barn I 12 miles from Stanford on the HuHon yniepike The fee to a limited number 01ap provedmarpthuawn will be 15 for a bring cot Season mare u parted with In offering the services of this young hone whose tire and whose dams we are among the very foremost of all Kentucky horses ai urn ol fancy bones I believe that I am making you an offer of rare merit vC E TATE I Stanford Ky Dock Grey Shetland pony 38 Inches tall owned by Hugh Foster will make season at to insure a living colt Is by an Imported that cost 1000 In the Shetland Islands nail Is regarded by horsemen ere the best poop In Kentjcky defeating all com ers in rile show ring In 11 03 Lien reamed on all colts until season is Mires parted with or bred else where forfeits Insurance and money becomes due Will make the season at farm JOHN U OSTlmc10 to Insure Stanford Ky Stonewall Jackson Jr Thii fine Macksaddle stallion was tired by the great saddle breeding stallion Old Stonewall Thin cotta diva was a Denmark mace He iaa nice colt and haicqtu to prove hU good breed ng Will stand at 8 to innae until weaaag uoe We hold a lien on aIeoitsuntil paid for iBarren mares made fo stand by the impregnato We have perfect success in this breeding Billy Jlreckiuridge Thu fine black jack wu tired by Major John Hart imported jack He will make the tea on of 1910 at my loam at18 to insure a colt until weaning time Hit of 1909 it now on my film to ihowjfor his good breeding He ue lure foal geUer A T TRAYLOR m SONs PLEASANT HILL Breeding Farm Stanford R D No 4 W A TRJBBLE Furniture and Undertaking IDayPhones 28 Phone 133 Stanford Kentucky oN PUBLIC SALE We will sell at public auction at the Fields place 3 miles South of Stanford on the Somerset pike on FRIDAY and SATURDAY MAY 27 28 A lot of nice horses cows hogs cattle sheep farming inplements and in fact lots of everything a man needs on a farm It you are looking for some choice bar gains dont miss this sale If you have anything to sell let us knowW Fields W M Duncan Ja T Morris NOTICEIII 1 i- TO ContractorsLet- ting TUESDAY ARIL 26 1010 Notice is hereby given that Ias Supervisor of turnpike roads for cola county Ky will until 10 ocloc- e A M Tuesday April 26 1910 reccis- re sealed bids for stone and gravel con tracts ou the various sections of turn pikes in said Lincoln county Ky All bids fur furnishing hauling anllr1 Itme on or before 10 oclock A M Tuesday April K6 1910 at Stanford Ky and no bids will be received after that time Contracts will be let to the lowest and best bidders and contractors will bo required to give bond with surety to be approved by me for the faithful performance of thej contracts and for all penalties an damages for failure to so pcrforn- their contracts within the time au mcnr Stanford Damilia pike sec from Stanford to Mrs jattieWhite 30 rods stonetertSame see 2 from Mrs Mettle Whites gate to Boyle county line 30 rods stone Stanford k Rush Branch pike see 1 from Stanford do Lancaster pike to Rush Branch I 25 rods stone Same sec 2 from Rush Branch to Hubble 20 rods stone Stanford do Crab Orchard pike sec gaten1Same sec 2 from Baughmans gate to Bywaters gate 16 rods stone GrotetoStanford d6 Div River pike see 2 TraylorLaneStanford e Lancaster see 1 from Stanford to Logan lane 25 rods stone Stanford t Waynesburg pike eec 1 from Stanford to Ottenheim pike 25 rods stone I piketoKnob 25 rods stone I Same sec 3 from Maywood Cocroad to Carters Store 10 rods stone Stanford h Hustonville pike see 1 from Stanford to Cashs store 30 rods stoneSame sec 2 from CaVe store to Hanging Fork creek 30 rods stone Same sec 3from Hanging Fork creek to Hustonville 10 rods stone Hustonville CofTeya mill pike sec 1 from Huntouville to Wm Car sons 20 rose stone- fHUstonyilJeifc Danville pike see 1 frdm Hustonville to Black pike 60 Irods stpne toBOyTecKinney Coffeys will pike sec 2 from Old Toll Gate House to Fair place 25 rodaofatone Danville Lancaster pike whole road 15 rods stone d Boyle pike whole road SNrodestone pikefromand Lancaster pike 5 rods of gravel A rod of stone or gravel shall con sistof 225 cubic feet Hand broken stone and gravel roust ls on margin of road or section by Sept 15 1mOAl1 gravel must he spread before Oct 15 1010 All BUlleri60r nate when andwhere itie toy be c spread AH crusher stone must be prca not later than Jan 11911 goodIbroken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter The gravel must be flintyTherepresentative may reject any material not of proper size or quality Bidders mustywbetb er stone will bo by hand or crushed i tokbeeCopies of lands may lo obtained at the County Clerks office Lincoln county owns a rock crush permittedtoS K DUDDERAR Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Lin coin County Middleburg toiworkaPatterson has moved his saw mill from Yosemite to a set oa the Jumbo land one mile west of town He wIll ShortIour census enumerator is pushing the work with a vim Born to the wife of Will McWhorter a daughterDr Creecha new residence will noon be completed and will be the Bret fleet In town Old Glory now floats over the graded school building here The pole was placed In position Friday in the pres ence of a fairly good sized crowd when InterIRev Amos Stout of Wllmore will Sunday the pastorate There will be a Sunday school convention at the Christian church at Yosemite on the first Sunday In May Rev R M Hopkins State Sunday school evangelist is expected to be present and assist in the work Hows This JT atuipibbaat DOU n nint tor any01 cannot t cured II r nor g ptacrb Curs 0lihetWtistaaaetauyabltWltOUCO KlNNAif A M + VW I 0HlltlUIfIfIIIUIf per DnYClIUTate eonulpelloa VPOSTED pnlowtrlottytorbllhunting passing on our places und prosecute vt to the full extent or the law BrosFredllummurWillJW Uaugbman JW Peek DavtditteveasJehaoamenlch llmoreOotllb UMAndersonJ LoganWRev Father Leo Dr 00 P for ntughma0Urlah Ii Mrs Margaret looch Jacob wander W1ITraylorBamRoberts Amend Hchaefe- rKT M J Hofinano Beaxlcy A nMntbony Owleyt4Hundley It ItOrow bin Nannte 11 Good O K McOlure Anderson Oarr Anton Konecker KridVonOruenlganT ItOarJl1IlIterWJohn B Lee D Hnvlers Christian Jacob Tom Kerrlll ine PaykAlex r K II Dfnhum 1VuOooehclue HpoonamoroIII Vf Galnel W P Grimes VlolalhItMiss Mary Pepplos W E Koetou Jellies Mcmer A L Thomson All Hail to the Farmers and Stockmen Behold the Conquering Herds Have Come II oi Eaceorilid lgo male the sea Cedar Creek i Craw 2 tales hsrd onICap I He root el Mrrlsaac 4Resav last it charaotemfcc Igray trimtoiagi a true picture of an ideal jecua yaaaratryaad perfection hat magnificent bead ear necksad rIeIIaace espreuiag gratitude alert aqualiae eyes the ears beauty tJvibrate in ueuoti aad harmony wunatai by true The fleck shoulder i trunk 1ret1 8 ihig tt BMHclei correipeail M unique proportion and at pace indicate he U a hit JKUnp He has the aca agility sad aiwnatiaa of a and dene to the beholder he it the gifted son of a always leans mated to hit colu size form lymnMtry style and these attribalet mlVf then self fcijh nheoksaf bit except twp and all hue sold from to 125 at weaning c eacffXIwe they are not sate Eiceltior Iia lUonf tenor yoke sad brays the houn in chronological order and in siI Qakyl Onkyl Oskyl Isay Isays Donkeyl Wai wed and foaled In Old Kaintuck PeerlessThe for luck I yll uy Jm Ae Royal Doakryl I uyl 1 uy See and bear the Royal CWui Myl Oakyl Onkyl- Jennyj t Jewiy Jenny ay Jessyl Onkyl Oakyl Onkyl By special permiukm the following gemlraen Lincoln meaty hue kindly consented to be lued at reference raced or purchased hit produce and personally know kt and tha- te hit cola are rued with bed riu Meun Henry Hairii y Drom F Long Morgan Chappie Crarge W Cireni Jocobum Retneurach and I S Terii- Eiortrioj will stand at S undo Mme Redtlgo Ex cttiior 115The u the tire ofa Galtons my fine jennet colt sad it jeond jack U The young stallion Cahont Pedalgo will Ruth isa dark bay 15 hands high lour year old ha aclori eta mJ el tuition Sired by Gallon 12910 dam Pcdie the I by Fal conrri Abdallo Mtmbrino itttoo sort 10 Mosey by C F day etc eta This italCon coatbuw the an Wiei Mcmbrino Seely American Star tail stay at 310 to e limited number olIO J mires Lien retiaeioa is paid Money dear at once iI iIOId or baled WJInet accidnti or escape of mares Mazes pastured at 2 per bonds breed to Pedant Bulldine the hornleu HOII eolotformweight will IftelotAH farmen kelpthe IICond fdUDkit prici We ask courteiy to purchate at the market price Ihs pfojeny of these lrlalovtr other buyers The King of Lincol- nA aad prolific tire This jenny bufwas sired Dr VaujJit Nor729 dinRjVrtaNj 123SIO A J C N 8 West I7A SL NewIYork N YH will stand at Tare DJ1IarclI at tilt lo with prirOej ofreo Cows and pastured at resonabte sates Tnii bull projeny byeIItura pet heifers Hi his gralheilrn hHOU rrul Alt to A f A per at short and low yearlings Every family should hue a gjjj Jersey cow as- a Slier of comfort eonotay gajd liviaj Always have golden jersey cram sad I for aa other tastes like this good yellow butter t Stockmen and tobacco rauere will da well to keep their eyes oa 033 Acre t with iti stock graity pa Autei abundant water prolific Lmiitoae sad t and much toil picturesque forest and beautiful laadtcapei wire I fences ad grand pikes numerous ientai horses and tobacco buss This lIIdIproduces fined quality of tobacco of I9D3 soil 16 19Gccrop told for IS cents per poundtJohn B Jamie G Carpenter Jr Managers F D No1 ar Crab Orchard Ky s 1 S RICHMOND Over 16 hand 3yearold jackwill make teaion at our farm on Danville pike be tween Hedgeville and Hubble al 4 fee olSIO mare mule and 8 for hone mule to iaiun VIAl cob FITZPATRICK lie RANKIN Hedgeville K- yPowhattan Day Stallion 153 12 hands high by Dignity Dare I it dam Minnie by Rienzi 2d dam Paul by Ajmont Forest 3d dam Seller mats a- very fut pacer He p afine individual high action and nice to handle Will mike the icaton 1910 at my farm a fvklCisoqyatIOlo Insure a live colt money forfeited if mare told leaded or bred to another re S M OWENS SON- McKiieyKy o Jack I Jen 12 Ky ike the ale two raaeh fda strata aaj 6S for this the He the mire fart A red Short mukle aid bone should raite tIo s k the fine A by c helfefi ne cent m butter Ranch Eae virgin and timbr the lot 12 ceati R t l the u Pence Jr sn r d Pence Jr will make the season ot I1010 at the barn of the late John Z t Spoontmore i mile from Rowland ae t rttJIs07 tJPeace111oldu Abdallah a t I qdamnhdrl damby III horse 3d dam by Mambrlno Messen ger PenceJra2d dam by Ollla Ver tt mont Ponco Jrs colts are all show nJ J8himMares grazed at 82 per month not escapeeshouldQpQ BRORowland q t l d IIIIJ dV II 4u d vL d ll F ft k lWsw + CutlCYC X11x + ao +w cwr 4 N wuw rNav n F 1APRIL22DcI 1910 THE INTERIOR Jo NANFORj KY PAGE SEVEN w SI a rr- i nY FETRIGG fNTMLIKTlKT HCXKIK RIVER VALLEY OREGON CO SEWS Thl pastier jnuit not be reprinted with put 1cll permission SOME FALSE ECONOMIES arofeault shortsighted Inl lal etoaeifikfr the attempt to save in Irst Cost followed by Increased losses liter 08IJotbll class of economies relong the purchase of scrub or cheap rade sires for the dairy or beef herds Jra me of poor Iced on high priced sad when good seed costing a half nor would give three times the crop- et8tf1 the use of wornout and dllap rested machinery and tools when uoney would be made by tbo use of bow new and up to date tbo plod Zing along in the same old rut In tho lalry without Dabcock tcstcf or cream crmniior when money could bo made ty the uw of both the refusal to buy manure spreader or other labor tar UR devices which would make possl tic n maximum utilization of tbo varl tui farm resources and lastly tho 10 Of the old played out fuel wast us stove and furnace when the now would do TBMtly better work at a mint num consumption of fuel Thus b but ti partial list of false tcottomlen but enough have bn men Joned to suggest n protltabto line of hmiRlit Till fault may be summa lied In the tttntiwuut unit the trouble lee In holding the copper or nickel so lose to dues eye that It ruins ones jerspectlve of the real value of things llItl obscures the distant dollar or eaglet nt night be made were n more in Vllledit nnd enlightened policy adopt ttl SOME SILO ADVANTAGES In ninny sections of the corn belt lnrlug the past few months corn has tot only spoiled from being left in too ield as a result of heavy snows which undo husking Impossible but consld irnblo quantities of that which was ribbed also spotted because It was tot property dried out when stored Out that corn which was cut In season ID put In the silo was ufo not oply from frost damage but from possibil say of rot and mildew ns well There ucbt to boa suggestion In this all too tcucntl situation for the farmer who would combine the best Intelligence crab brawn In his forming operations Ibcro is no debating the question that the silo otTers both the safest and tbo Most economical method for handling this great cereal staple of the country It Is none tau vurly now to btgln mak log plans fur n silo if ono contem plates iuitalllni one next fall as a study of pliiun and types of silos yltouid loco mud while a visit to sev eral tarn where they are in success ful operation coupled with Inquiries made of the owners ns to their expo Hence with them would be time very well spent The greatest agricultural JC1l1c in the country today Is the result fl tt the present careless methods of handling the corn crop The use of the site otters the best way out THE LAWINQ CHAP We have In mind a fellow who is everlastingly at law about something tr other Part of the time It Is bee rnusc ho fancies he has been wronged In sumo way by those with whom be has had dealings while the rest of the tme ho Is n defendant In milts brought dy bin fellows who feel tint he has limi an offender In an attempt to get what did not belong to him While leemlngly n strong believer In the law us n corrective of the Ills from which lolks suffer and a generous contributor lowiml the maintenance of Its wac bin try he now and thou in hauled into rourt for open violation of the statutes It goes without saying that this chap Ilia mighty dUagrecable pcrxoa to pt along with his rating as a man being ftvay below par In the fatally ns well a as Ia the community la which he lives lie Bthw rich plucking for the law I I jrers who are the only ones who are the gainers from the squabbles and cults la which be becomes Involved JTHE STRAWBERRY BED In ylew of the fact that strawberries ar aBAMg the most delicious of the- garden fruits It seems strange that mere folks do not have a patch to sup ply the family table and It the bed does well to sell to the neighbors The plants should be set In rpwa from f two and onehalf to three and onehalf feet apart depending upon wbether the hilt or row system of culture Is followed while the plants should bo from one and onehalf to two feet apart In therow do ending somewhat upon the variety The bed should be while there is tmtlldent moisture jquentj not sutllclent If tho plants lire not real thrifty all blossoms should be I snipped off the season the plants are set out When a bed has produced two full crops irshould be plowed up end some legume sown to glee the and arlit JI I I b j IadiatiwheatBrea to 27ce6 o cnefJsUrifrom eijfbt to twelve bushels per acre T11ellnte It takes a follow to vetfiflre Ib a ptl t of rukliieh that be waate to dispose of makes him scratchy his bead to see bow a barn will catch Ore ffotu euppeeedqlead 11011Ingof seed mid soil neither of which has I been Inoculated with tho bacteria whose presence seems Quito indlspcn sable to the best growth of the legume When the seca greedy for dirt or pnlnt or waits to gnaw old bones It Is fair to assume that there Is lacking front her ration some element which she ought to tutee and this Is quite likely to bo bone forming matter Who dlillculty may be righted by feeding wheat bran or giving boneuical in tho ground fend occasionally and seeing that the cow ban plenty of salt It will be well for gardeners ata competitive turn of mind who live north of the latitude of Tennessee to pass up trying to win the 1000 prize offered by a well known seed house for a bush lima bean stalk bearing 000 pods The lima bean is to all intents and purposes a tropical plant and requires a degree of heat for its best development found only in tbo south ernmost states It speaks welt for tho typo of Instruc tion which Is given at the agricultural short courses over the country that three of the ate fill vcr cups given by the Milwaukee chamber of commerce for the tMst exhibits of spring wheat winter rye and Oderbmcker barley were won by a young man a gmdu Itoot the 1007 class of tho short course school Thus the day has gone by If It ever was wbeu u fellow line to be gmy headed broro ho can sue ceed in agricultural horticultural or olilitMl huHbqndry lines Where the pruning of tho orchard has Bees neglected and too putting of the tree In proper shape would ueces llntu very Newsy cutting of surplus branch It Is well to do part of tho work olio season nnd complete It trip next Instead of doing It all Up at ono time us ones natural Inclination often Is Spreading the Job out over two or even three seaxous relieves tbo tree of a shock that often results in per manent Injury Of course this refers chiefly to pears and apples for tho pouch stand far heavier pruning than either without Injury If moss luxuriates on the shingles and snails are now and then seen clinging to the clapboards and door knobs It Is presumptive evidence un less ono lives In a section where It rains all tbo time that there Is too much shade about the house If such Is tbo case some of It should be re moved whether through tho removal of whole trees or the trimming up and thinning of tho branches Sun shine Is Qgnltllb1 all health au thorities as ono of the most effective germ ili Mroyini known nod unless n good supply of It plays on the boon nhctlhe ground Immediately surround lug things are too wet nnd a decidedly Utihraltbrul condition prpvnlls which ought to be righted The Crop Reporter for February Issued under the supervision of the de pertinent of agriculture at Washing ton contains some Interesting statis tics relative to the number and value of farm animals In the country Jan 1 1010 as compared with tbo show fag of a year prlA The number of horses shown on Jan 1 1010 Is 21040 000 their valuo being placed nt J2 27atK53000 or nn overage of 10310 per head This Is an Increase in number of 400000 while tho average value tier head shows an Increase of about J12GO for the period The total num tier of wades nt the last report was 4123000 nn Increase of 70000 during the year and nn Increase In value per nnlmal of li Although swine shown decrease In numbers of 0303000 in n total of 47782000 the Increase In total value Is S1SOOOOO or 259 per head during the year The number of cheep Is placed nt 57210000 This Is nu increase during the year of 1132 000 the total Increase in value being 41032000 or 05 cents per head Apparently seedsmen the country over dont relish being advertised as venders of adulterated grass seeds for the number who have been found guilty of the practice In seed Invest gations made by tbo federal seed test ing departments in different parts of the country are far fewer than the umber reported the preceding year Of C30 samples of red clever seed test ed by the department last season but fiftyfour or less than 10 per cent were found adulterated as compares with over 00 per cent adulterated In the sample of seed examined In 100H The surd examined Is Bought on CliO open market and It found to contain impu Ides or adulterations the per cent of web admixtures together with the names of the llrms selling Is printed nnd given wide circulation In pam filets Issued by the department If one Isis grn s seed which be suspects contain Impurities he may have the tame tested by submitting samples to the seed laboratory at Washington or to the branch seal testing laboratories operated In connection with Urn state experiment stations nt Columbia Mo Lincoln Neb or Corvallls Ore There Is hardly a state hen whose experiment station will make a like report on the runty of seeds It samples are submitted by residents thereoft u ciimPiigrbiiMatif jfR ii olftM bU rs kK Jii Jflye nItichwip twvdcarm at 1 a tnMh whetJ se a 1fk1b secured fol te JloV1I el creisMHty companies losing thousands o dellare by just such a policy as this peilnrwise and pound foolish kind A partition fence may prove a nourco ut good will and nclgbuorllncgi or enmity depending upon whether tko respective owners do or do not meet their obligations connected therewith The sumo principle works out much the sumo with a number of outer matters of everyday life which might be named one great advantage that west IThe nave over central and east cm la In the nearly Ideal conditions which prevail during tho harvest sea son of small grain and forage crops llfcnuso ot thin It Is possible to leave small grain standing weeks otter It Is flt to cut and to take alfalfa from the dgyitWhatever may be the net result of tho congressional Investigation Into the nalllngerPlnchot affair so far III either man or the public welfare Is concerned It Is ncvqrtbeless a fact that a good deal of information Is be fag made public which Is not only Interesting Jut highly entertaining to the public land of a typo by the way which certain Interested mining rail way and timber syndicates would quite likely a great deal ruttier hove kept In the dark A very simple preventive of the con traction of diseases chiefly typhoid from nn Impure water supply lit In bringing to a boiling point all water which Is used for drinking s or tnkeu Into till mouth for the wash ing of the icotu or gargling of the throat Such treatment of water will destroy shy disease germs which It may contain Of course such precnu lions will avail but little If too fntullv milk supply Is tnUon from cans whlrlt are rinsed with cold water from the same foul well Whether In tho cute of neighbors br members of the same household It holds that when two people set out to nee how mean they can be they seem to succeed each surpassing tho other by a good tap every turn In Ufo game to the Increasing wrath and discomfiture of both parties concerned On the other band It the contest is ono In which there Is an effort to outdo ono another In consideration and kindness the results are also cumulative being edifying rather than destructive and contributing substantially to the cuuno of human happiness and decent livinga v An inspection of the root system of a mature alfalfa plant enables one to realize at once that disking and bar rowing a field well established for the purpose of killing out grass and weeds could not possibly destroy the stand Ono alfalfa farmer whoso case was reported to us the other day went over such a field with a spring tooth bar row then disked the piece and follow ed tlllll with Kovonil dragglngs which left lhi roll UN mellow ns would be required as n seed bed for small grain hardly any alfalfa crowns showing at the time the process of renovation was finished That it did not damage the fold a bit was shown In tits getting the test alfalfa crops that season that be had had in years There would seem to bo slight ex cuse for shoddy and Indifferent farm Ing In communities where land Is worth from JCO to 100 and far less excuse for this typo of management in fruit valleys where land Is priced at from 300 to 1500 nu acre yet not withstanding this just such fellows ire too often run across and the query that naturally arises In the mind of tbo newcomer from the sections of lower priced land la what the owners Of such abused and neglected proper ties can be thinking of Tho situation as Indicated simply goes to slow tint whether In sections of low or high priced land It is after all the typo of management rather than favorable or unfavorable climatic and soil condo Ions that may prevail that Is responsl ble for tbo measure of success achlov Bd In tho great majority of cases NTho excellent state experiment sta dons scattered over the country and maintained by taxes which come out of the pockets of every property own er are doing a most valuable work along tho several linos to which they ire giving attention but their useful aeas could be measurably Increased would agriculturists and horticultur ists refer to tbo experts In charge oftener than they do matters on which Information would be valuable rear Instance most all of the experiment tattoos will test and report on the Impurities contained in grass seed will test stock foods the vitality of corn and other seeds will identity the fund ous and insect enemies of fruit trees is well as noxious weeds and give brief methods of eradication and nn fiver dozens of other questions that rise in everyday farm management Experiment stations are established For the use of tho public and the moro frequent the demands made upon them for information and assistance ho more fully do they perform their ulsslon Coia1ETAT Frieadsaa IfdgEborsjtixlStanf or Wf1lSk eRYetiy w 0 Get at the root 6f the trouble Rubbing an aching batik may reliEVe It but It wont cure it V You roust reach the root of Ittho kidneys loans Kidney Pills go right at it Reach the cause reli ve the pain- They curotoo go Stanfordpeople say Capt Thomas Richards W Mali Street Stanford Ky says Many years agolmYlkldneys began to trouble me My backgrew so lame that 1 coutdnot atoop and I slept poorly at nightB Sometimes an almost complete1 thenIagain a past them When the secretions wore void ed a burning pain was in evidence 1 finallylhnd the good fortune to learn of Doans Kidney Pills and I commenced their use This remedy gave me great relief andin view of my experience I consider it the best preparation of its kind I have ever taken recom mended Doans Kidney Pills to scores ot people and everyone has reported that good results have followed their use For sale by all dealers Price JjO cents FostcrMIIburn Co BafTalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other Hubble J M Rankin is in Wayne county via lUng relatives Squire Jas McKcch nle has been summoned to the Federal court at Richmond as a petit juror William Anderson and Miss Flora Combs were married at John Ander tons last Friday Clay Millers baby has pneumonia L P Weaver will go to Richmond Monday to attend Federal court as n juror Childrcrs daf exercises will bit held at McKendrcolchurch on the second Sunday in June Our hustling merchant L BJJSar dcrs has just put in a nice line of fur niture lie also carries a full line of everything needed by the farmers and 11 getting a nice trade Will Spoonamoro sold a harness mare to James Sanders of Hiattaville for 250Farris Fitzpatrick and wife Haven McUeth and wifeZand Harvey McBeth and wife visited at D F Rankins Sun ray Dorscy Golddost 12052 Full Brother to Estelle No 219 9400by3oldIuet and on to JualiafsMorgan The dam of Zilcadi Gomduet was by Imp Arabian stallion Zilcadi The dam of loreoy Golddust is Florence by Golden Mingo Chief a son of Gail s Comet Morgan SoteThis is an intensely inbred iforgan stallion the blood now in de 1D0ndAricb dappled bay black M intil 1C bands 1200 pounds stallion of great beauty andaction with speed and endurance nnd unex died ns n producer of sigh class how road and Eastern horses The records of his produce both in show aid tale show his valuo nnd merit as n producer of flue road show ind rain horses A look nt sire and colts will be convincing Will make the present season at my arm 2 12 miles from Stanford Ky to approved mares at 15 toins uro a lying colt Mares kept at 10 c a day The best of attention given but 110I responsibility fur accidents or escapes F REID it EXCURSION L5 CINCINNATIAND SUNDAY APRIL 24th SPECIAL TRAINL- v JyRttk City 556 A M ASK TICKET AGENT Fab PARTIcIJLUU PRESTONN0 Thi Champion Sgaitedseddle ititlion ol Kentucky Winning at all the Kentucky lairundalJ at the torte show at Bul lo NIY SlLouuMo and KaiuaiCtx t y i Sired by Watkington No 54 ffttt darn Sell by Rhoderick No 104 second dam by Denmark jPreston u a brown hone 15 34 hands highwith fine style and ery high action He hat not onlyproven himself to be a great show horse but alga a great breeder He ubthc tire of Carroll Preston owned by W 6 Walker of Stanford Ky for wrii h he refuted 3500 lait teaion when he war only 3 yean pi age 1 jiHe it the grand tire of Diana ol the Lea a winner at Madiion Square Garden last rill foe ltlYMlrchI419IUfor8O iDfibe o teipontible for accident or escape ot stock Sawn i due if mare II IraJtd part 1 wkce bred to other rtKk j J 7 7 aTC BS1YQ 5Y- CrnbOrcllnrdIeiildchy dI Kentucky Farmers t think that if they raise 20 bushels of wheat or 15 barrels- of corn to the acre they are doing well j ARIZONA RANCHES raise from 6 to 9 crops ofAlfalfa a year yield from 1 12 to 2 tons to the acre per cutting which sells from 10 to 20 per ton IVe have ranches that yield two crops of comia year and no dry years for all we have to do to make it rain is to turn on the water in the irrigation ditchesIWe have fruit ranches cattle ranches chicken ranches hay ranchesrand in fact anything in the ranch line large or small and at all kinds of prices I Arizona will soon become a state and is coming to the front very rapidly All kinds of property are in great demand and getting higher every day Railroads are being built gold copper aqd zinc mines pro fIducing untoldwealth and we have the finest climate in the world All inquiries answered promptly v Robert C Sauftey R y Of the G A MARSH COMPANY Parker Arizona o GEORGE HUR A very fine draft stallion weight 1600 pounds stands full 16 hands y high He was sired by Ben Hur Major 273 3135 Grand Sire Scott 2430 Dam Jennie Beatrice Clydesdale George Hur is half English coach and half Clydesdale best draft horses in the state Will make the scasonatl my place at 10 to insure a living colt Colts can be seen at my place They show for themsclvestI will also sure a living colt M S BAUGHMAN StanfordKy Save 75 BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLAPISHIPSIIfor only 525 The regular price is Stoo Those who bring or mailat Uusadvcrtasement to us five days alter seeing it and telling us whero they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not readyit now buy one for future use BUSINESS COLLEGEuooroaura- aSecond and Walnut Stree LOUISVILLE KY r art t j foi osrt nO y 1 t- c co UlWTALE EIGHT u THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY APRIL 2 M I ISis P nIrN HER tCJ I if M feet the glad ness means wear the I c y President Cashier fetnoQn Restaurant me- alat EfotCotToo compare perfect Eszema springyI Springtime Which fCrossett MAKES LIFES WALK EASY TRADEMARK Crossett style is a snappy the shade Gray the to spring Made narrow high toe our new Marathon last Other Crossett give a wide range of 4 6 everywhere Lewis A Crossett Inc Maker ABINCTON MAST Will These at the CROSSETT Shoe Store Sam Robinson the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4300000- R sources 34000000 I SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT 4JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J Wl ROCHESTER CASH- H C CARPENTERBOOKKEEPERHAYS DIRECTORS 1ft O Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterStaniord B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ran kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Creek L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersvillo Lilburn Gooch Gilberts FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882 ICAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Modem Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICER h5 Hocker ST Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts H CBaughman Asst Cashr WWSaundersBookkeeper M H no H NR as for your as a city and in a to get at any time This can be means of our you and your can get for a sum that is tii a Call our office or to for our Far yttn Line rate If you not at you Our cover the of and the and TEL OOTO street at hours no to 1130 r n Bart place lu a good quick ag to suit our customers ouripe lalr Bplendld new line of fancy Groceries plea flutter milk slid tweet milk etc pt nil if A No one has ever made a salve oint yumt or balm to with Buck Decs Arnica Salve Its the one 2iear of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises I3ets Scalds Bolls Ulcers Dsk Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores hands or Itla su iys fc 25c Store 1 iL 1 + O 1 ioU f AtIj EET her with the step that have This new in new Just shoe go with your gray suit with over U you to NORTH You Get SH ASST John R Creek DIRECTOR F Reid J H Baughman D Elmore J M Pettus C Bangbman J F Cummins S T Harris C Robinson E C Walton J S Hocker W Murphy RURAL TELEPHONES FARMER Make your home modern family xMttknce place the latest market quotations accomplished by telephone service wfckh neighbors small comparedwith or address nearest write direct Julttuartcrs Nashville Tenn information regarding special are present enjoying telephone service we- aaaitnmediatelyinterest lined Kentucky TeMrteeec Mississippi Louisiana Southern portion of Indiana llW EAST TENNESSEK TEL OO lIU10RPORTKnt When Hungry LancMter HtanfordK alt wnjfor Sauawlcboj tines CARBON PropI- tsTheWorlds Best awEChapped Sprains Infallible forlPilee Only iairewiyB Drug model Boston styles choice CASHIER Gilberts Service benefits received Auctioneer I I ofTer my services to the of t lu coin county hi an auctioneer satisfaction guaranteedMorel McWIIOUTKRKy B K O No1 Residence Turnerivllle MASONS MEET PALincoln Lodico No M will meet In stmml communication nn each first and third Monday lUtflus oleiich month nt Taso uVIovic la their hall on mum HrefOt Stan ford Ky Moiabvrs of sister lodces are fru tornallrlnrltod to bo present T W Ien nlnglon sec Public Sale Having sold my home to W H Bra dy I will on Saturday April 23 sell to the highest Bidder all of my household and kitchen a few farming- Implements in good condition a buggy and set of harness In nice shape one mare in foal and other things too nu merous to mention W T Smith Stanford Ky Sale at oclock L fINtIINEn l MNar VD SOB ofjoor pnalewormebrd enkMbat1 ui nreraUUoDiolbeeiiuu3pnU oontl iihol drorelleredt- Doe 1 fed these vuaHskla theyespel ttwea It w orusars wwr It Is a woadertol bale and eondttlnecr and will rnltlri rr rent Infection It COM direct to tt w NltH thfm xptl amleelaf the anltnlt1 end lototttDM In prim coudlllob tbtt mrr oanc ot tad the animal eus to make a proM for 700 Oo U oolr 113 of a teat iaK drI pr teed to feed Vt to msnafwtared bttheILFII V Ocraptnr Grdood Ohio rorsaleey PENCE BROS Stanford Ky FARMERS DEPARTMENT A fnw finelybred yearling Jersey bulls for sale F Reid 32t Registered red Shorthorn bull for sale R C Engleman 152 Five fresh Jerse cows for sale M S Baughman Stanford tf FIVE good second hand buggies for sale B D Carter Stanford FOR Rehr70 acres grass land on J E Lynn place JohnG Lynn Hue tonvilte Ky 4t FOR SALEPure Boone county white seed corn 125 per bpshel See sample at Lincoln County National and First National Banks Also 15 bushels of cultivated hemp seed S L Embry Jr and John C Pepples Stanford Buy harness of a regular dealer where you can get quality J C Uc Clary 100 BALES of timothy and some clover for sale Mrs F B Barnett Huston ville Ky My pure bred seed corn is on sale at T D Newlands Stanford Walton Moss 1421 FOR SALEChoice Polled Durham and Shorthorn bulls ready for service Also some fresh Jersey cows and half era A W Carpenter Moreland Ky Phone No9 Jurftlon City James Cash and Nevin Carter will stand a splendid mule jack at Nevin Carters place near Turnersville at S to insure a living colt 152 Sidi the great Percheron stallion which Waler Walker has had standing here will be in Mt Vernon for the next two weeks After that he will be in the stud here again Yellow mare came to my place April 16 Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep Phil B Thompson Preachersville Ky 2t J H Caldwell a farmer near Spar tanburg S C broke up an acre of ground with 800 charges of dynamite the explosives being used instead of a plow Mr Caldwell claims that blast ing land with dynamite Is the best method for subsoillng and that it can be done more cheaply than by manual labor Many persons were present to witness the experiment Hemp is bringing SfG in tho Paris market and farmers are finding It hard work to get their crops broken out Two Good Sales Stock continues to sell well and the demand is good in Lincoln county Col dli Chandler cried two sales this week and everything went in a hurry At the Livingston sale in the Maywood section mares brought 75 a horse for 120 cows at40 a 700pound heifer at 4 90 hogs sold at 940 and corn at 335 to 330 At the Fred Karla sale at Chestnut Ridge Sterling Curtis bought a horse for 185 mares went from 160 to 170 cows from 24 to 40 yearling heifera from 20 to 21 120 pound hogs sold at 12 a head There was a big crowd present Garrard County Sales At Lancaster J W Walker sold a sow and nine pigs for 50 to A W Kavanaugh H K Herndon bought of Russell Floyd six shoats at 6 F S Elkin bought five cows from B D Holtzclaw at from 4 to 5 cents one cow from Page Brown at 4Jc and butcher stuff from Alex Walker at 4J to 5c Rufus Blakeman sold to Dr J S Gil bert a good horse for 225 Maurice Roes sold to T 0 Hill a yearling colt for 100 Banks Hudson bought a threeyearold horse of R Burnside for 200 W Whittaker bought a horse of A T Saunders for 130 Joseph Hicks sold a good work horse for 110 i Do you want to rid yourself forever of vile catarrh with Its humiliating systems such as hawking spitting blowing and bad breath Breathe Hyo mel G L Penny guarantees Com plete outfit including inhaler 1 extra bottles 50 eta- Preaching At McCormacks Rev John S Sbouso one of the best known Christian divines of Lexington will preach at McCormacks church on Sunday morning and probably in the evening i Baptist Services Rev John T Hoskins will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning In the evening the congregation will wor r4 = This ncMrkkbto d InUd HHwlll dwrtror ever UM worst In rout lion Mp aad alotter stock stomebe so t ship at the Presbyterian church where Dr Moffett will preach Rev Hoskins will preach Sunday morning at Halls Gap and Sunday night at Rowlsni4 Rowland Rev John Hoskin of the Baptist I church organized a Sunday school at the old church on the hill Sunday after noon with Mr Jones as superintendent About 40 pupils were enrolled and much interested taken Measles Is raging again In this corn munity Miss Annie Martin of Danville Is- with her relative Mrs Bastin Mrs Clapp of Lebanon Junction is visiting her sister Mrs Robert Albright John King wife and daughter visited rcla tlves here last week Miss Emma Mc Farland of Cor bin was the guest of Miss Emma Napier J L Murphy and wife of Lebanon Junction were visit Ing 0 D Murphy Charlie Lear of Brodhcad Is with his sister Mrs Ollie Pritchltt Mrs S E Carter is expect Hollyfrom An Experts Opinion of Skin Diseases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whose name you are familiar with says that in all his scientific ex perience he has never found so hard a disease to conquer as eczema Yet he does not hesitate to recommend ZEMO as a most successful remedy for the treatment of Eczema itching skin dis eases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diieases of the skin and scalp He says that not only do iu cu rative qualities make it popular but al so the fact that It Is a clean liquid remedy for external use A great Im provement over the old style greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ life that causes the disease ZE MO draws the germ to the surface and destroys them leaving the skin dear and healthy Can be used freely on In fant G L Penny will gladly supply those who call with a free sample bottle of ZEMO and a booklet which explain in simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure yourself at home with ZEMO Itching Eczema Washed Away Is it worth 25 cents to you to stop that awfu agonizing Itch J Surely you will spend 25 cents on your druggists recommendation to cool and heal and soothe that terrible itching eruption By arrangement with the D D D Laboratories of Chicago we are able to make a special offer of a25cent hot tie of their allof wintergreen com PrescriptionCall We absolutely Know that the Itcbls stopped at once by D D D Prescrip tion und the cures all seem to be per manent Shugara Tanner Sims Wall Miss Lillie Sims the 15yearold daughter of Tipton Sims u prominent Lincoln county farmer and C E Wall a young farmer of Casey county only 20 years old himself were married at the homo of L P Lee In Casey after they had secured tho license from Coun ty Clerk Cooper here the consent of the girls father being given In writing COMMISSIONERS BALE By an order of the judge of the 13th judicial district in the case of H E Ross plaintiff vs B H Nash and oth ers defendants I will on Thursday April 28 1910 at about 2 oclock P Mon the farm of H E Rosa near South Fork Trestle in Lincoln county Ky sell at public outcry to the highest bid der the following personal property Two gray mules one bay mare sev en brood sows one male hog one cow and calf 18 or 20 goats two farm wagons several plows lot of harrow teeth lot of bacon two horses one wagon one stove lot of tuba bay and corn This property will be sold on a credit of three months Purchaser will be re quired to execute bond for the price payable to me with approved security bearing interest from day of sale and further secured by a lien Bonds must be executed on day of sale and before property is removed H R SAUFLEY Master Comr and Receiver Lf C C Q v TIlE WAfcPIELD sled Tr is3- 61ropertyotK4Owens tMouldoxlnny- KY lUrk bay to bend foaled Aug tG tall bred at VIIIBRO IrulutAurora N Y Mired ly Hare hon show chain plonshipa NnllofSItuneshow tint dam UbtY Olrl b U xAm rlcu swill four AmericanyearsHelle three yeah r rs In tJIUtn ton Onward Hfl nordSr3s- ire of Onward Muvrr iML1 ant ITS others in- C M list inwanl wa slr U br Oco Vllki I11B HM lvm tmcrimi ln d by Slambrtvo King iISae oft including Ijiily of the Manor tiM1 Ihlnlrtamlmtlft b Nutwood recoeLLauireofus In tM list fourth clam by MlralbmorH eM dre of 00 in ijjt tilt Filth dam Wtthrdl Albion slitb DamNKl by vcnth Ijidy Turner by Mambrtvo Phial II The Warfleldlsan extra loss horse not afraid of anything nhlih actor and as well broken as any hone In amid out of tbevtablc will my Angus bull nt my on 150 Voney lib known to with cult or port Ky Q fhas aRo01 coat nnd carries nice bead and sure trotter he ample- tnwdnyehandling SI Tho Warmild II 6Itruly iliad hor and bred lit lino that entitle kilrvof note seeing that he Ira son of the arvat race hone and famous Iroccnltor liar ituvilYOthelatterearned thetitle of the Monarch oftlip IIUIIIK livtob1 whilaa UII the turf And attar retirement to b stud- aoqulrt ImpooIbl rennwn as a tine Not have the bare bvlls prurtd arrat race hune but the family has furnuhvd ninny anted show ring winners at wall si 1tro ivyll and Mabrlno King loth tw Ins show itnllloni of National ffntne rvo Inlmom money in the chow ring than any two itnlllani la the worl- d1Vlllmnkethepnsentseaonataur faints one tolls from McKliimr Ky at Its to In Ccra colt wiltIIiina taM good black Ttrlqand Young slrrd Rrlgnolltri bo run back to Iirlsnotirron both side lit oolu sold for more mousy than nay jacks in Ktantort HM is isly band stands will on hI frost sure foal getter Ilvli is tointuie H MOWKSfHAHOX t ln1K1 Shoes and Oxfords Mcns and Boys Clothing r Quality and price suit everybody LeL e SANDERSCrab f f Ifyou have anything to sell I in tho t STOCK J Take tNew Stoc Yardn buyjond set I every day ia the44 year except Sunday Sing on your stock Best market iu the State with plenty ot j 1 CSTANFORDW L MCARTYPrw EC WALTON VPre IJRllUGUEIiST + Stanford Real Estate Co Stanford Kentucky Farms and Town Property Handled on Commission and Bonds Sold If you Have Property to Bell or Rent Notify Us Write for Circular to L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky I Tiniing Plumbing Ueatig Dont let 1010 pats without having hot and cold water through your 1 house with a beautiful w- hitePorcelain I i Bath Outfit Have W K WARNER to your country water works with reasonable prices and guarantee We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Reofiag and Roofing Paints Calland see us Telephone 188 W K WARNER Ky Polled Angus Bull I stood thoroughbred Lolled placo Homeriet pike a wboncow be rom OWioVHLT- Btaufurd h talllhlill a t grand tIlIlIYhlll4llltI champion a Jack by a LINE Nunnelleys Ho Stocks install Stanford Amusement and EntertEveningThe olkadelllbtsnight Only and lOc Jhulo olUaUIII URO vnor HtnnfordKy NQTICEIThote theostnte of Mrs Belle tttce deceased will present theta- properly proven to ma n once Those owlt Ing bo ettitenr kaoUle In ttltt with me Immediately OKO II PKUITT- Administrator Mrs Hells JtJClf J t