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Ia THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i YOU XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 29 1910 NO 18 1WEDDING BELLS RANG IN SWEETEST CHIMES OwsleyShanks Nuptials Brilliant Social Event In Historical Old Southern Ciy The wedding of Mr Thomas Handley Shanks of Stanford and Miss Mattie Maya Ocvsloy of Columbus Georgia was ono of tho most brilliant nuptial ceremonies over seen in that hltorlc old Southern city according to accounts oft the wedding published In the Georgia papers The wedding is of much inter est in Kentucky for both thobrlduund groom aro representatives of prominent old Kentucky families the brides lath or E P Ownloy being a son of Dr I J D Owsloy the retired capitalist of this city Tho younger Owsloy went to Columbus a number of years ago where ho now holds a foremost position as ono cf the loading financiers of tho South Tho bride his only daughter had frequently visited her old Kentucky home and Is very popular in society both here and In her Southern home A dispatch from Columbus to tho Atlanta Constitution said this of the wed dingColumbus GaTho wedding ofMii Mattio flays Owsloy and Mr Thomas Handley Shanks which took place on Thursday evening at tho beautiful sub urban homo of Mr and Mrs E POws ley was a brilliant social event The entire lower floor was thrown open to tho guests and every where wero quantities of cut flowers Promptly at 8 oclock the ceremony took place Dr I S McElroy oilier t sting First came tho little garland girls I Misses Elizabeth Bradley Margaret Bullock Marian Lummus Margaret 4 Gordon Susie Blackmar and Elizabeth Bltckmar They were droned in white I and carried a feathery garland of white pinks forming an aisle for tho bride Then came tho brides maids and matrons Mill Lucy Hill Miss Lottie Mc Elroy Miss Jones Mist Thomas Mr Alfred BUckrnar Mr Arthur Cheno with also gowned In white and carry lag shower bouquets of double white petunias and ferns The matron of honor Mrs Richard Putnam of Kentucky wore an exquisite robe of whlto and her bouquet was of pink carna- tionS Tho brldo entered with her father wearing an elegant gown of charataMO satin and duchesa lace her flowers being valley lilies and roses la the diningroom sweet peas and calla lilies were used tall silver vasos and bfakcta filled with them were plac ed about the center table Stately Paul 4 Neyrea roses were banked on the hail mantel and spring roses of every kind I wore ased in the living rooms Serving punch were Misses Aylmar Iltges Isabelle Battle and Mildred Sal I 4 Iiburr Tho brides mother wore an exquisite t white silk gown with sliver trimmings and Mrs Lou Shanks the grooms mother wore black satin with jet trim mings Mr and Mr Shanks left at 10 oclock for an extended eastern tour and will spend tho summer In Kentucky After October 1 they will be with M- rend Mn Owslcy at Wynnton Among tho outoftown guests prea cot wero Miss Nina Jones of Wagon boro Miss Thomas of Athena Mrs Arthur Chenoweth of Birmingham Mrs Richard S Putnam Mrs Lou Shanks Mr and Mrs John H Shank Mr W II Shanks Mrs Thomas A Rice Miss Paulino lIocker Mrs KIrby Bourne Dr R A Jones all of whom wero from Kentucky For Sale A house and lot on Logan avenue Waltons Opera House lot on Whitley avenue horse and runabout for sale A B C Walton Stanford Ky Put Roof On New Bank J II Ead the local tinner hoi re turned from Gravel Switch where ho t a roof on tho new bank which is tr jfttoon to be opened there and to bo known as the First State Bank ot Gravel Switch The bank building which Is built of concrete two stories high will be completed in about two weeks The second story Is to bo util ized as u town hall John lasses is to be cashier J D Baxter president and J Q Mussen and Matthow Isaacs vice presidents Every family and especially those who reside in tho country should bo I provided at all times with a bottlo of Chamberlains Liniment There is nor c telling when it may bo wanted In case of an accident or emergency It is most excellent in all cases of rheuma tism sprains and bruises Sold by G s L Penny Pretty Romance Completed In Wedding of Miss Gillock And Mr Jones i A pretty romance had Eta happy cul mination at Huston vlllo this county Wednesday when Miss Edna Gillock was united in marriage to Chas Jones the Rev J J Montgomery officiating After a wedding trip to tho South they will make their home at Hustonville Tae bride is tho daughter of George Gillock and one of tho most popular young ladles In the Went End of the county Their courtship might be call ed a telephone romance for Miss Gil lock was connected with the telephone companys exchange at Hustonvlllr and Mr Jones had been in tho empley of the company at Crab Orchard and Stanford When the subscribers to the llustonvillo exchange learned thatwed ding bells were soon to ring they re belled so at the thought of giving up their charming and most accommodat ing operator that they held a meeting and petitioned tho companylto transfer Mr Jones to Iluslonville so that they might still keep the bride Tho corn pany proved obliging In the matter and not only has transferred Mr i Jones to Hustonville but has given both him and his popular bride handsome increas es in salary as weddlngpresenta Fine Selection Greenberry Bright to Represent Big Wholesale House Greenberry Bright has been appointed traveling representative for Curry Tunis Norwood the big Lexington wholesale grocers and will go to work for them Monday lie will have terri tory south of the L N railroad with headquarters at Stanford This is a splendid appointment for the popular local man and especially compliments ry since ho was selected over 22 other applicants to take this territory Mr Bright has been with George H Farris since coming back from Phoenix Ari zona where ho resided for several years The many friends of Mr Bright and his popular family will bo glad to know that they will still make this their home Keen Rivalry For Places On Honor Roll of Stanford Public School The city school children have done splendid work during tho past month and tho rivalry for position on the lion or Roll has been keen Supt J W Ireland reports the Honor Roll as fol lowPrimaryGladys Arnold Henry Baughman Mattie Kincaid Arch Rig nay William Tate Manuel Turpin Herman Walls Isabel Warren Grade 1 Smith Burke Joanna Bal lou Elsie Coleman Harvey Kmbry Annie Eubanka George Farris Mack Farmer Ed Farmer Joe Grimes Ma rv Mcsser Lynn Pence Bottle Perry Thelma Powell Margaret Shanks Pas cal Walls Ida Pettus J Grade 2Mary Brackett Rebecca Goldstein Mary F Cormeny Daisy Lunsford Eloise Beazley Stella Walk er Grace Anderson Morris Jackson Frank Cordier John D White Sam CraigGrade 3 Heater Anderson Tilden Cooper Sarah Cormeny AHo R Fish John Reid McKInney Virgil Moore Annette Wearen Grade 4Hobart Arnold Richard Ar nold Morris Bruce Annie V Craig Frances Embry Birdie Ford Roman Foul Sylvia Farmer Annie R Powell Belle Russell Clarence Singleton Alice FarmerGrade 4 Matoy Grimes Nellie W Hilll Grace Hurst Lettia Walker Me Kinney Jean Paxton Ethel Powell Mary Jarvls Martha Raney Ella Rig Hey Clinton Coloman Joe T Embry Josao locker Maurice Tucker Grado 6James Tribble Harry Farmer Effie Ware Bessie Mooro Frances Brackett Ella Eichenberger Maud Ar nold Bessie Brackett Mary Anderson Johnanan Rankin Sam J Embry Grade 7Boyce Hunn Maurice Jarvis Mary S Cook Salllo M Craig Mary M Moore Maymo Singleton Verna Rout Bottle Warren Grade 8ElUe Baughman Robert Carter Harry Carter Spalding lull Marlon Grimes William Grimes Eva Moser 111011 sCltoo- LSophomoreIlartis Coleman Junior Sallie Bur ctt Joseph Hop perSeniorThomas Bright Wade II Graves was appointed pOt t master at Van Book Pulaski county vice G N Harper deceased IThe Champions of Central Kentucky I THE STANFORD HIGH SCHOOL BASE BILL TEAM ofShelbyville centerfieldThe Stanford High School team has made a record which is probably not surpassed by any youngster team In the state It played 13 games last sea son and won every one of them and has won Its two starts this year The Lancaster nine comes for a return game this Friday afternoon here Three of last seasons games werA against a local town team and the scores are not given Its victories In the other 10 games with the scores and this seasons victories are as fol lows Stanford Harrodsburg 7ILancaster Operettas by School Children Tonight Everything in readiness for the operettas to be given by the pu ThefirstOne Night at Singing School Characters in the first SummerNellie Wilson Hill Hartwell Shanks Seasons and WinterClarence Singleton Claiborne Walton attendants WaterslSingletonQueenFrances Embry Fie Elizabeth Stagg BrackettQves Annie Rogers Powell chorus by School Pianist Moore Raney Characters in The Peppery Pa BrightFannieSol Feggio singing master Wallace Singleton OBannonOneRankinLiasBrightMrChorus of Mixed Voices The School Pianist Mary Moore Raney Christian Churches Of Lincoln To Hold SemiAnnual Meeting At Logans Creek Church May 14 The SemiAnnual County Meeting of tho Christian churches of Lincoln county will be held with the Logans Creek Christian church on Saturday May 14th All churches are urged to send delegates prepared to make pledges for the coming years work 10 A H Devotional exercises 1015 Address by G Montgom ery Song 1040 Address D M Walker Song 1110 Report County Evangelist 1135 Report of Churches Noon Recess 115 PMDevotional Exercises 130AddreasW S Willis Song 150 AddressF M Tinder Song 216 Address Joseph Ballou AdjournmentP W CARTER Chn William Beck Very III William Beck a prominent farmer of tho McKinney aection of tho county is very 111 with an attack of heart disease He has been a sufferer from rheuma tism and his many friends aro alarmed over his condition Its The Worlds Best No one has ever mndo a salve oint ment or balm to compare with Buck lens Arnica Salve Its thn one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Enema Salt Rheum For Sore Cold Sores and Chapped hands or Sprains It is su 25ctat 1909 37 Danville Redlegs 0 10 H S 7 8 13 O 12 10 11 Danville Redlegs 3 7 Lancaster H S 3 9 I 3 22 Hustonville 6 j Stanford 2 Danville D D 1 1C H S 3I total scores 157 nil opponents 50 is or f Mixed Mary a W of 10 I Doctors to Talk On AntiTuberculosis War At A Meeting Sunday Evening Arrangments have been completed for a big mass meeting at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening under the auspices of the Kentucky Association for the Study and Prevention of TuberI colas Is The local physicians will be in charge of the meeting Rev D M Walker will preside and after scrip turo reading by Rev J J Dickey and prayer by Rev J T Hoskins short ad dresses will be made by Drs Carpenter Phillips Brpwn and OBannon How About This The Danville Advocate says Excite ment ran high in Hustbnvillo yesterday morning when the report was received that night riders had visited the tobac co beds of Nathan Pipes and removed the canvas permitting the plants to freeze Lairs bloodhounds were called out but establishedlno trail A more detailed investigation proved that a flock of sheep hadjgottcn entangled in the canvas and carried it away g B V P U Rally The Young Peoples Society of t o Baptist church will give a rally Friday I evening May 6 beginninz at 730 o clock at the residencetof Mrs Hunn on Lancaster street Let every member bo sure and come and we will all have a good time and make the occasion One of profit H 1 FelandWatt Brilliant Nuptials Solemnized In Baptist Church at Danville A lar number of Stanford friends attended the wedding of Miss Adele Feland of Boyle county but a former Lincoln girl and John R Watt of Louisville in the Baptist churchat Danville Wednesday morning at 1030 oclock Dr Everette Gill officiating Miss Cooper Pelandi sister of the bride was maid of honor and D A Camp bell of Alabama best man A M Feland Gill M Cooper Charles K Hay and C W Pennington were the ushers The bride is the handsome daughter of Mrs A M Feland and Is very popular and attractive Mr Watt it connected with the civil engineering department of the L N railroad being a superintendent The young couple left for a trip thro the South and before returning will spend some time In nhe East Among those from a distance who attended the wedding were A D Campbell of Ala- bama J F Burrus of Elizabethtown E E Snyder Superintendent of the L Nof Louisville Alvio Lebanon Evan Ditto of Louisville James West of Greenfield Ohio Chas Landram of Louisville and Miss Edna Bates of Louisville Splendid Lodge Odd Fellows Organized at Waynes burg by AC Sine A C Sine of this city was present and assisted in the organization and in stallation of a splendid lodge of Odd Fellows at Waynesburg last Friday night The lodge will be known as Waynesburg Lodge No 384 I 00 F The degree team from Somerset did the work for the new lodge and B J Durham of Danville was the institut ing officer After the formal ceremo flies a banquet was served and a splen did time enjoyed by all The officers elected are N G A L Foster V G H H Singleton Secretary Stanley McIntosh Treasurer L G Gooch The lodge starts off with 18 charter members all among the most promlI nent and substantial citizens of that community To Fence Ball Park School Board Decides To Help Youngsters In The Came At a meeting of the Board of Trus tees of the Stanford Graded School it was decided to build a fence around the athletic field in the rear of tho school house A wooden fence high enough to prevent any one on the outside from witnessing ball games and other ath letic contests without paying will be put up School authorities all over the country have found that fostering of the athletic spirit among the pupils has proven a splendid way to encourage in terest in the entire schoolwork and this step by the Stanford trustees is right In line with the progressive movement which is taking hold so fast in the schools of KentuckyIWork qt once upon the building of the fence and it will probably be up In time for service at most of the games this season Kills A Murderer A merciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing consti pation headache billlousness chills 25c at Pennys Drug Store To Locate In Mexico Horace W Bowman of Lethbridge yesIon Main street Mr Bowman returned a few days ago from Canada and has been with friends and relatives in Lex ington He and Mrs Bowman spent the winter in California but have been in Canada since the latter part of Feb ruary Ho has sold a large portion of tho land he purchaser in Alberta Mr Bowman says the climate there is usu ally moro pleasant than in Kentucky He has purchaseda large area of land in Old Mexico and will leave soon for his new possessions in that republic Danville Advocate Fish Hatchery At Bumside Judge C R McDowell las returned from Washington City lie is confident that the 25000 flab hatchery to be es tablished In Kentucky will bo located in the vicinity of Burnside in Pulaski county AdvocateI 1 UNCLE SAM TO OPEN BIG TRACT IN WEST Lincoln County Boy Writes Of Great Prospects Ahead At Parker Arizona Robert C Saufley a former Stanford boy who is in the real estate mining and insurance business at Parker Ari zona writes some interesting notes about the western country in which he located Ho says Thinking that possibly the readers of the old I J will be interested in what Uncle Sam is doing In this country I will give you a little description of 1 what we have in this country and what we hope to have in the near futuro In the first place we have tho finest cli mate in the world for ten months in 4 the year the other two getting pretty warm but with all the heat there arc never any prostrations owing to the absence of humidity Any one who has been in this part of the country could not have helped but notice whatian abundance of water means to any section and we have all the water we can possibly use for wo are situated on the banks of the mighty Colorado river that has an average flow of 40000 cubic feet a minute Tho Parker townsite is situated on the Colorado River Indian Reservation and was surveyed and platted last year It contains about 1000 acres and is divided into about 3 000 lots Parker has an Ideal location being situated on a broad level mesa with a gentle slope toward the river The public sale of lots will commence at 10 A M on May 10th next and will continue as long as necessary The government expects to reserve a part of the lots from this sale to be sold at another she next November for a great rush is expected and it is believed that the lots will bring a higher price in the fall after things are opened up and well under way than If they were sold all at one time At the present time there are about COO squatters here who according to the ruling of the Land Office will get to buy the lots that they have squatted on at the appraised valuation without bidding only two lots being allowed to each squatter Parker is at present the terminal of famous cut off of the Santa Fe railroad which has completed a fivespan bridge across the river here at a cost of 1000000 and is now rushing the line to connect with the main line at Bengal Cal When this line is finish ed this will be the principal main line atation etween Phoenix Ariz and San Bernardino Cal It is a foregone coo elusion that we will have tho division point and the shops here for we have the geographical situation and the only large amount of water for hundreds of miles either way Tributary to Parker and in this reservation are about 250000 acres of the finest land in the world It Is all fer tile and irrigable and will grow any crops that grow in either the temper ate or semitropical zones The Mohave Indians there are about 400 of them on the reservationfarm- a small part of this land in a way and get wonderful crops with the least amount of work fur they aro the laziest people I ever saw The government has investigated and selected a natural dam site for the Irrigation of this immense body of land and as soon as this sale of the town site is over we are going after the next linkthe opening of this reserva tion to settlement Parker has a great future We easily have resources capable of supporting a town larger than Lexington and Fitz Mack the celebrated mining engineer says that we have a much better min eralehowingconsfdering the develop ment than Denver had at the same pe rlod in its history We have everything that helps to make the big citieswaterways rail roads mines and irrigable land We have a hustling town and its getting better all the time and afterjthe open ing we expect a phenomenal growth Our expectations are justified for this is without a doubt the best advertised place in the west today At the present time the Parker district commands the attention of thelmining world and deservedly so for there is more ore in 4 sight in tho hills that surround this val ley than in any known region on tho globe i In conclusion I want tocongratulate you and the people of good old Lincoln on the paper you aro giving them It always was a good paper and it haa improved wonderfully It is sure worth the price and then some R 0 SAUFLEY Prompt relief in all casesof throat and lung trouble It youjuso Chamber sins Cough Remedy Pleasantto take oothii and heabngin effect Sold bjr G L Penny i 1 I PAGE 1 WO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY APRIL 29th 1910 t n r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY t At U Per Year In Advance HELTON SAUFLEY Publisher Entered at the Post Office at Stan i ford Ky as Second Class mail I THE war being waged on the great white plague by the Kentucky Anti Tubercolosis Association has already ac complished much good Education of the people to the fact that consumption can easily be prevented has prov en one of the greatest aids in the fight This and many other things that the i people of Stanford ought to know to help them conserve their good health will be explained at considerable length at the meeting in charge of the physi cians at the Presbyterian church Sun day night There are several other lit tie matters affecting the health and sanitary welfare of this community which can be discussed with much profit and doubtlessly will be more or less by the speakers Everyone who can should attend and help the good work along No American citizen ever received such homage as is being paid Theodore Roosevelt at the courts of Europe And to tell the hard truth theres no Amer ian citizenunless it be William Jen nings Bryanto whom such homage is more justly due Will all this mean a third term for the Terrible One 7 Oldest Center Nan Dead Rev Dr James Thomas Lap ley who WAS the oldest living graduate of Center College died at Danville this week aged 91 Ho was alto the oldest living graduate of the Theological School of Princeton College Ho grad uated nt Center College in 1889 and nt Princeton in 1841 lIe had been pastor of churches at Pcrryville Columbia Glasgow Munfordsville Flcmingsburg and several other places in Kentucky and at Warrensburg Mo He is sur vived by his wife to whom he leaves a considerable fortune a Additional Local A FEW seed potatoes left at tba Country StoreaTUB person holding the lucky num bered ticket draws the handsome silver set at the Theatorium Saturday night The great Colvin players will be here again next week STONE STEVENSON living on R F D No2 found the pair of nose glasses advertised for in the INTERIOR JOURNAL and brought them to the owner after reading the advertisement An ad in the cheapest and best does the busi ness every time Try one r THE Theatorium has been closed for several nights on account of the severe illness of Mr Greenbergs little son Albert who has been threatened with typhoid fever The little fellow is now better and the theatre was again open ed Wednesday night ARTHUR LONG of Shelbyville who has been coaching the local High School team has returned home to play in the Blue Grass League He became very popular during his three weeks stay here and has been engaged to return next season to coach the boys A num ber of them plan to go over to Rich mond when Shelbyville plays her first game there to see him work Services At Hustonville e Rev W S S Willis subject at the Hustonville Christian church Sunday morning will be Mans Civil and Re ligious Duty in the evening R W Hopkins State Evangelist for the Christian Bible School Association will conduct services Hustonville Charles Jones of Crab Orchard has been employed by our telephone com pany as lineman and expert succeed ing Cleve Dunn Prof Hamilton entertained an appre dative audience from 730 to 10 Satur day night with the latest popular vocal and instrumental music at the McCor- mack home on Main street P The concrete residence of George Mc Kinney Is nearing completion and has the desirable features of being cool in summer and warm In winter A hand some veranda is being added The 12yearold son of Marlon Simp son while playing ball was struckon the check bono by a swift ball The bone was splintered and driven into the eye causing great pain and possibly the loss of the sight The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will hold a pie and candy sale Saturday next In the Ark burWing Here Is the opportunity for the beau to treat his best girli so dont let it pass Everybody cordially invited- Y B Morse and wife will leave next week fora visit to their daughter at Etowab Teen v t GQOD HEWS Many Stanford Readers Have Heard It And Profited Thereby Good news travels lastand tho thousands of bad back sufferers in Stan ford are glad to learn that prompt re lief is within their reach Many a lame weak and aching back is bad no more thanks to Doans Kidney Pills Thousands upon thousands of people are telling the good news of their ex perience with the Old Quaker Remedy Hero is an example worth reading George Wright Stanford St Lancaster Ky says I have never yet known of a better kidney remedy than Doans Kidney Pills Last fall my back ached a great deal and my kid neys were badly disordered The secretions from these organs were scanty and painful in passage I fortunately had DoansKidncy Pills brought to my attention and getting a box I began their use They relieved me quickly and in return for the benefit I receiv ed I am willing that my name should be used in endorsing them My advice to all sufferers from kidney trouble is to give Doans Kidney Pills a trial For sale by all dealers Price 50 eta FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and tak e no other The weather forecaster for this local ity whose headquarters are in Lexing ton is surely taking his vacation With a drop in the temperature Saturday to 23 degrees above zero without due and timely notice deserves to have a new mm put on the job and charge tho oth er fellow withlJlOOOOO damage to fruit and gardens in this locality Frank Bell and Pryor Young of Lib erty were here last week inspecting the Weatherford house with n view of selecting its plans as a model to build a first class hotel in the capital of Casey The culverts on the county road from Geneva to Jumbo will be put in first class condition this t eek by Road Supervisor Durham The game of ball here Saturday between Hustonvillo and Middleburg re suited In a victory for the former by the score of 12 to 8 A long felt want has been supplied in this locality bv the location here of a first class jeweler who is an expert repairer of watches and clocks and guarantees his work verylittlestock ready for the market There is a greater scarcity of hogs and rattle in all the counties from hero to the Cum berland river than for 40 years past Dr Childers aud family of Livings ton arrived Tuesday and are located in the cottage of Miss Ellen Powara on West Main street The doctor has been practicing his profession for some years and comes highly recommended- A splendid farm of about 200 acres Inn fine community and one of 72J acres nearby with good improvements have been put in our bands to sell Parties wanting and knowing big bargains will nit look further Write or call on W R Williams Co- Death In Garrard Aleck Gems died at his home about three miles from Lancaster after a lingering illness due to the ravages of white plague He was about 40 years old and leaves a helpless family consist ing of a widow and six small children The burial took place at Buckeye- PEUCHERON Sidi62761Imported from France 19O foaled 1904 NunneloyStockfew mares at 815 to insure a living colt Not responsible for accident Mares pastured at 250 per month Phone 134 W O WALKER Stanford Ky King Eagle Jr PedigreeSued by5 T Harris King Eagle RoyalKing2555wall Jackson 72 Royal King 1st dam Mollie Mountz 2584 was by noted die Cabbelli Lexington F S King Eagle lat dam Hip 3579 Eagle7502d JimBellnon the byOld lennon 2nd dam Copper Dot thoroughbred baywilhstands full 16 34 handa highweight 1425 Ibt andwell proportioned in every way peedtyleSpringthattime He will make the season of 1910 at our FishingCreeked parted with or bred elsewhere without my consent the insurance and the money bet Carewilltible should any occur Will also stand a KEENEiledout 12handsproved himself lo be a good breeder Will stand at 8 to insure a living colt A lien retainedon all cobs until the season money it paid C G CALDWELL SON R F D 4 WAYNESBURG KY hone in residence Wajrtuabtrg FarraenEz c c qd Double Jfaft Profits by Usirifran INDIANA SILO cornAisshockingin5 per cent total food value saved by feeding through the SILO is 95 per cent Why continue to waste half of your feed and have poor stock When the INDIANA SILO Is within the reach of all and fully guar anteed 185 SILO holds nine acres of corn and feeds 28 cattle six months Also agent for the most uptodate ensilage and equip menls Cutters Practical pnveor and corn elevator and loader R E GAINES from the kind as is night except in tllof matter of prices IICnc tatenu nWaH HIGGINS Kent ckYfj PROMPT PAYMENT of all losses is a feature of the fire insurance policies we issue There is no delay in settling the amount of damage and none in handing ov er the cash when the amount has been agreed upon The policy we is sue is a quick asset in case of fire Better have us issue you one to cover your home and business Fish Penninglon Ky Phone SOO Almont Dare 32- 28ASH R Sired by Dignity Due 1982 he by dcvtci Dare 10e Ly Duck Squirrel 58 he by King William 97 lit dam Toxaway 4768 alto byI2nd dam Lady Davis by Crit Davis by Bour bon Chief 3rd dam Manic S by Foreign Light by Foreigner Imported Clenco Bet tie C by Cunningham a Copperbottom 5th dam by Imported Buzzard NOTE Almont Dare to far at we are ahle to discover u the first horse on record haying to his credit the honor of defeating with own progeny those of his tire Dignity Due Since became a tire he hat h from I to 4 premium cola shown each year at the different county rain and they are developing into a fine lot of walk trot and 5 gaited ones This horse it the result of a mating with the best dams and sues obtainable and at a natural result it a fine horse beautiful bay about 16 hand andmade fat would weigh around 1200 pounds A show horse among champions fully their peers going 6 distinct arts fart true naturally extremely high A high lauYd one He ua full brother to that walktrot geld ng Nettleton that told at a 4 year old for 3 600 and to Troxy Dare that hu won more premiums than any mare ever tired by Dignity Dare a list of others too numerous to men lion This hone owing to age and location will make the season at our liable 2 12 miles from Huttonrille on Huttonville and pike at 15 to insure a live colt Mare traded or bred elsewhere renders season due Grass in abundance at 2 month Our personal at responsiblefoeinspection invited E S POWELL c SON- Hualooville Ky MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No CO P k A M will meet in stated copimunlcntlou on each tint and third Monday nlbtsofeacb montbut7u0 oclock In their tacit on main strceet Stan ford Ky Member of ulster lodges sire fra ternally Invited to be present T W Pen nington Flea Fruit and Ornamental Trees I Everything for Orchard Lawn nnd Garden One Million Htrnwborry ptnte Free Catalogues No Agent HF LmutOTCUf SODSI AGENT 1f1J Chase and- Sanborns Best The Coffee you buy today from us will taste so good tomorrow morning that you wont be satisfied with any other hereafter Some way with our tens and fancy groceries They are as different ordinary day from Stanford mI Stanford Hillenmeyer Bring Your Produce To Us We have opened a produce howe on Som enet Jttreet fandwill pay the highest market price for nil kinds of country produce Bring ui your ala j M 0 BASTiN CO- Stanford Ky BLACKSMITIIING I llrlntf jrfuir Illnckiniitnlng and general repair work to me boring flOc Hntlifaetlon guaranteed shop oppotlto rnllllM concrete store imAOKRTTHliinford I 1L Beazley Co I I Undertakers and Embalm- en AIno Dealers in Furniture MattingeRugs They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of 6tockgGivo Them a Call Pricee Right STANFORD KENTUCK Y CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I cnnfurnlih the public with tho beat niwell lu the freshest of cut flower plants of oil kind bulb potted flower on short wreothlrornilkindsprice CIIUIKTMAN OKKKN IIOUHE- HKDliciiiiAnn IRon NtarsJord Ky CONCRETING We ore In position to do nil kind of con eretlng such in lllock Work Pavements and In fact wo can make any thing from a bonsa down to a ten co pot We can serve you promptly and guarantee llrftclas pricebeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky J J BELDEN For house carriage and sign painting deco rlIve paper hanging oleo bUKKY trlmmtng of nil kinds such ni tops recovered curtnlni nod hoota made HtopoVEr Aldrldllo black smith shop West Main Ht Blanford Ky IlioneKo82 JJ I1KLUKN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to soil privately my stock of Oro caries nnd n good bust nets Will Invoice about JitOO llonion 111 health OKO D 1IOPPKU HtniifordKy ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE I TnOSE having claims against tho es tato of Geo U Saufley deceased are notified to present same to tho under paymentThose tlement with me at 009 Georgo L Penny administrator i i iy dL SHOES IH as l i work shoe at 8 1 and 350 I bet lieve is the soft est and the long est wearing work shoe made on tin I globe today A 0StlOng statement it 0tlue try one pair 01 sec Black tant j l XP fMi t Shoes for the I man in full dress 0 shoes for the man at the 4 t shoes for theiVilla in the office sboyBlond Wo are l shoe people our dress patents illl1wpvici in both low j a ml high shoes at bt350 to 5 are as stylish andas t t good money buys Our mcnzies i believe H J McROBERTS t 1 Stanford Kentucky Q G L H H C E It Colemanp1i IjII- l A 91l innko lions lay euro them of lieuiHo and keep theta in 1goodthrifty condition m ftincrease in tho number r 0ofeggs laid will moro than iwy Y for flue small expcnns ot feeding V tel DrugiZtore l I Ja m I m PENNYS DRUG STOREIStanford Kentucky When You HavetErcd1CeTo Eel Call H B NorthcottStanford Ky Phone 151rTHURMAN K TUDOR Manager l r e rFyn 4 1- s I s l 1rt s st i r y APRIL 29th 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY PAGE THREE t 1 LWJ i i I Of Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware and Seeds a ColdV Chance to Save From s 7 20 to 50 PER CENT OFF YOUR DAILY EXPENSES x + t We Also Offer at Stoves and Tinware Cost I 1 SMALL QUANTITY OF CHINA r WARE and GLASSWARE Ip 10 PIECETOILFFSETFOR r r PIECE for 85c I t No iJ burner lantern 1 value 60c I Nolv burner 35c 6 inch stove pipe 2 for 15c 7es N 9c No 40 steel beam plow S775 No 20 Wooden beam 050 5 range at 21 14 heater 10 0 450 COOKING UTENSILS AT 13 OFF GOc tea Kettles 40c 60c pots 40c PANS BUCKETS and OIL CANS AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES Poultry fence K ft high 2tfc ft 14 5 ft high 2cft 4 ft high left Screen doors and screen cloth AT 13 OFF REGULAR PRICE Fancy Bottle Goods S c Preserves Jellies Catsup Prepared Mustard etc fi0CSpanish olives 13c 25 N M 15c Heinz preserves 5c size 35c 1N 25c size 20c gallon apple butter Sliced beef French Sardines 10 and I5c size 12 and 80 French peas and Mushrooms regular price 30c now 20c Champioa 5 on iThis at all the Kentucky furs and also at the hone shows at Buffalo N Y St Louis Mo sand KatuatCity Sired by Washington No 54 first dam Bell by Rhodrrick No 104 second data by Denmark Proton 6a brown hone IJ 34 hands highwith fine style and very high action He hat not only proven himself to be a great show horse but also a great breeder He it the we ol Carroll Preston owned by W O Walker ol Stanford Ky for which he refused 3500 last tcason when he war only 3 years ol age He it the grand tire ol Diana of the Lea a winner at Madison Square Garden last Fall for Lawrence Jones who paid 5500 lot her alto a grand tire ol Queen the Night that sold in N Y March 14 1910 for J850- Piestoa will make the season of 1910at stable in Crab Orchard Ky at the reasonable figure ol 20 to insure a living colt Will keep mires on grass at 2JO month but will not be responsible for accident o escape ol stock Season il due if mare it tradedor parted with of bred to stock J C BAILEY Crnli Orchard Keutiicliy HUR A very fine draft stallion weight 1600 pounds stands full 16 hand liigh He was sired by Ben Hur Major 273 3135 Grand Sire Scott 243 Dam Jennie Beatrice Clydesdale George Hur is half English coach and half Clydesdale best draft horses in t estate Will make the season at t my place at 10 to insure n living colt Colts can be seen at my plac- j They show for themselves I will also stand twoJacks and a Shetland pony at 10 each to in jure a living colt M S BAUGHMAN SfanfordKy Lot Of First Class Leather Goods Including horse collars 250 and 2 values 180 and 140 Riding bridles 150 values 1 Names 40c pair Wagon and Buggy Rims One Third off Regular Price Wagon and buggy spokes 45c dozen pieceSingletrcesBuggy tire and iron 2c pound Money Saved on all oi These of of in 15c canned peas Beans Beets for lie and lie can Best green teas 1 grade Gc T L Tucker found a part of the case of a gold watch owned by C II Dawes that was run through a cutting box while fling a silo on W T Tuckers farm last fall The held at the Catholic church was a big sue Ce99 and was attended by a very large crowd John Bowers who has a large straw berry patch says that he was damage jd over 50 by the frost From a perch on a tree it seems to js that there is sold in this section that is and we suggest that our or county officers In this locality it seems that the to bacco plants have stood the frosts and freeze without Injury Ed White and Herman Enslin who left here a few weeks ago write back from the State of that they are well satisfied and that farm ing looks favorable Mrs Nancy J of Gar card spent a few days with relatives here This young stallion thr property of J D Lads Son wil make the season of 1910 at m barn in Crab Orchard Ky at th very price of 15 to in sure a living colt Black Joe by the noted sire Preg ton 022 1st dam Lucile 2nd dan Bettie Robinson by Ve mont He is a 154 hands high 1025 pounds 5 gaited and very fasi both in his rack and trot witt plenty of style and action Just tin horse for the farmer to breed to to get the best all round horse See this horse before yoi book your mares and I know yes U will go no further Will keep on grass at 250 per month b ttt on season son is duo if mares are traded or Crab Orchard Ky 44165 Sired by Red Leaf J2I390 the greatest of all 3d dam Noon Day by St Elmo 275 4th dam by Pilot Jr 12 Wilkes and Plot andJr should prove a crow which cannot be excelled neck stands full 15 34 hands hat high ac for trot horses and it it the walk trot that tells lot the most money and hat the readiett tale Cecelian Ljeaf it unmasked but cantrot in 228 He will 50 for a record this summa coh Season fee due when mare it pasted with- In offering the services of this young horse who K afire whose darns use are among the rforemost of all Kentucky t horses at lira of fancy show horses I I am making you an offer of rare merit C E TATEStanford Ky Jr This fine black saddle stallion wu tired by the great addle breeding tuition Old Stonewall a prove og Will stand at 8 to insure until weaning We lyre palest tuccew in this grading n ton of 1910 at my barn at 8 to insure a sea until weaning time Hit get of 1909 it now on my farm to thowJfor hit good breeding He it ante foal getter A T EL SONs HILL Breeding Farm Stanford R D No 4 Headaches como and go remove the cause is the first thins and Chamber lairs Stomach and Llyear Tablets will do that Easy to moot effect lye Sold by G L Penny 75c75c60cN 40C 75c scissors 50c Table knives and forks same rate 150 razors 75c 75c razor strops 50c TOOLS and 65c horse rasps 20 and 15c files IQ and 13c Saw files Sets and Vises Buggy clips and Plow devises All 25 and 50 per cent oil Planes Hinges Curry A Clean Stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries Tobacco Cigars Bottom Prices One the Best Lines Canned Fruits Meats and Vegetables Town Tomatoes Pumpkin Pineapple a Powders Soda Starch Wash Blue Canned Lyes etc You can per cent on these maple syrup 15 boxes of soap and powder all the well known j at 4c CIGARS AND PURE APPLE CIDER pennies big ones GE Ky PRESTON 11I GEORGE 17c30cSyrupsKaravan 20C20c Ottenheim stereopticon entertainment something intoxicating magistrate investigate Washington McKinhey Black handsome reasonable Robinsons Hambletonian blac- horse weighini stoce Leaf bGambeua andRed eredtrottingexceptionallyrangy adlionneededto PinkConagebarn approved Jackson LeforBarren BreckturidQek JohgTRAYLOR PLEASANT coatedtat atoma Tools And Cutlery BLACKSMITHS HARDWARE 44c Full Brother to Estelle No 219 and on to Justin The dam Dorsey Golddust is Florence by Gol den Jiingo a son of Galls Com et Morgan Note This is an inbred Morgan stallion the blood now in de mand A rich dappled bay black points 16 hands high 1200 pounds stallion of great beauty and action with and endurance and unex celled as n of high class show road and Eastern horses records of his produce both in show and sale rinse show his value and merit as a of floe road show and sain horses A lookat sire and colts will be to mares at 15 toins taro a living Mares kept at 10 c a day The best of attention siren but no for accidents or escapes F REID Beaton ot 1910 Sir of OalTln O 219 Al Barns S29 and six otheri with trials from 130 to s18 XilOnnd claimed to bo the greatest sire in thtf world lit data Field 10 dam by Beeleys American Star Kntluld Stt im nYaO daughters haves m In 290 or better 2nd dam Quickstep Ken tuoky Prince Jr lira of J Q 9t1l Lem 2riT1 ehlef and Heeloya Oaltoni colti have gone against and daI featod tho best til harness clanps anti roadI iter rings they are In great demand telling ttnbleii Milieu West of Huftonvllloon Heart fnrdivllle pile at f15 to insure a living Dolt prestly for inarei no other ttook mixed with mares bare crass lots and large stables for nxvrei to foal Grain fed at cat W M DOUD Huttonvllle Ky r Tools + Axes Saws and Levels 75c axes G5c 2 and 225 saws 140 and 150 175 door locks Door r bolts and Hinges A large Assort ment of Shelf hasps Staples Screws Sash locks Sashlifts Combs brushes etc All at absolute cost at Grinding Baking and save 25 25c Bottle Washing brands CANDIES AND CAKES CRACKERS 25cAndsave save dollars O HOF ER Staaford Joe accideOi Stonewall Edge Still Out Dorscy GoWdust 12052I 4400byGolddust Morgan ImpArabian Chief intensely speed producer The producer convincing myfarmapproved responsibility GALTON 12910 handledUambettaWitIcebetter Haley oflrorn2iTtoh listarillendlnpInmlllesilnmbletonlnn yearlingsfrom bredPlenty PhonQlnreitdence IUitonvHleKxohanae Builders Hardware Carpenters Hatchets Hammers 50c hammers 40csplanes125Al- so Padlocks Hardware including andi Them a17cLaundry 3and VINEGAR D Cecilian Pence Jr Pence Jr will make the season of 1910 at the born of the late John Z t ne61uis traded or parted with season won a ey becomes duo yearsoldIlleozlhe AlmontForrest Copperbottomlid Bnrlow 2375 by Castelar 1072 he eYbyhorse 3d dam by Mambrino Messen ger Pence Jr s2d data by Gills Vatmont Pence Jrs colts are all show ofhimMares grazed at 82 per month not I escapesshouldGEO SPOONAMOOREsL BRO Rowland Ky W Aa TRIBBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentucKx RxCHMOND4 aOIetl6handsteaieaat our oo pike bee wren Hedgerflle and Hubble at a fee of 10 for mare mule and 8 fad horse mule to insure living colt i FiTZPATRICK e RANKIN Hedgeville Ky Povhattan DigndrDareins by Almont Forest 3d dam Sellari mare a very last pacer He ii a fine individual Irish action and nice to handle Will make the season of 1910 at mjr farm a McKinney at 10 to insure a Ire colt money anotherhorseMcKlaey Ky Ii WAGE FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KT rAPRID n tat + t4ply29th 1910 fs I All Peavine 4092I DESCRIPTION and BREEDING Fouryearold 153 hands a dark chestnut tonel with hoot of bone cooformaboo and action tired Rex Pearine 1796 he by Rex McDonald 1833 lint dam Lucy Well 6404 Pearine 85 2nd dam by Wanen Harris Denmark 3rd dam by ol Wesley he by Dane Croclt- ettNJfEIf you ate looking for the breed of hones that are commanding the highest paces here Hres he hit aj much Peirine blood at it ii possible to get being by Rex Pearine and out ofold rfanrx mare Will sere a limited number of mares at 25 to Insure liring colt DALMASThus stallion u dark bay 5 year old 162 with bed ol bone and action with very heavy mane asst tail QBREEDING Sird by Cecfliaa Chief lat dam by Ultimiii 2nd dam by Gills Vermont 3rd o Bay Dick 4th dam by Bold Stockings s In ohnodthuBullion to the public I know he ii vabtt wined to g stock big eaiujh to breed work an sell iwcll enough bred to get trot fco Witt stand him at the very low price ol 10 to insure live colt x No splendid 21 LiverI out = the slf At tame time and Will stool two and Bnjnoli well advertising made with and you how 8 lire Colt fee due the above advertised when colt told other taken but responsible any occur Scudder Residence McKINNEY rO CARROLL PRESTON Sired by Preston 922 by Washington 54 by Cromwell 73 by Wash ington Denmark 64 1st Baby Pence sired by Enoch Arden Lady Pence by Almont Forest 2863 3rd by Garrard Chief He is beautiful 15 3A hands hi h years of age He haso natural action than any horse living and from his success slow horse in his three old fair to make greater show horse than his grand old being undefeated in his class three year and always getting in the stakes against the crack iorsesof great young stallion make the season of 1910 at stock yards of Nunnelley Stanford Ky at the reasonable figure of 25 to insure living colt Mares kept at per month and not respon ale for accident escape Season due when are parted other stock W O+ Walker Stanford Kentucky Watzmann 343 German Coach iorse was foaled May 1903 by W Hanenkamp inGermanyJlew- aS imported by J Crouch Sons t of Lafayette Indiana He was sired ihy Eskimo fJo 1400 is one type of the best German coach Iwrses and for 30110 three xtl8rs He will make the season at my jface at Hustonville at 10 to in sure living J K BAUGHMAN Shamberlaina Stomach and TStSUeta nature in driving purities of the system Insuring a and regular condition and restoring Cfepersaaa of body to health and Sold by G L Penny place jacks Jim Porter These are too known to need as I have several seasons them all know they breed Tettni insure Serrice with all tock is mare traded 01 bred to stock Care to prevent accident not should R S Phone in dam 2nd dam dam bay four 3Bore as a year form bids a sire as a pld his part show 1909 This will the A T a 250 or mares with f6 to This He a very sold ago colt k assist Jree ftgth good jacki to foiled to a or- ed BEAU NABOTH 4500 Sired by NabothlOllfl Record 219 fUeau byNovalaatirecord Metropolitan13it rapyOliverWanner ilxtli dam sired by Imp Tronby seventh dam sired by Tbnratons ItuUler 16handsWbeu bu becomes acquainted with thu itorr of lilt limited education you begin to frllllzebntbe U truly a remurknble hllrnen stallion that ho mail be u great bor o ta proved by the wonderful progivjs that hu has made With very little linndlliiR he has proven to bv tbo champion hursics ttnlllon of won over the best hones thatKentucky bat produced Head of him and you will see that thorn ureno- Inllf bred stallion In Kentucky than hela He gets lintouts1 combined horse him a saddle nmr he will got you a saddle thImost any horse in Kentucky Oeorge Wllki Klectloneer Humlltonlonnnd four crosses tomlnu1Olllecroll any horse Will stand at the Nunnelley phone191theKfe li to Insure a living colt JMPETTUH Phone tWJ Ring Stanford Ky f chL q c PUBLIC SALE i rIj rj We will sell at public auction at the Fields place 3 miles South of Stanford on the Somerset pike on FRIDAYand 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 i W M Duncan XT Morris Red Light Red horse years old 16 hands blgb extra weight and bone Sired by famous roadster and sires Red Leaf who Is too welt known to all horsemen to need description and pedigree he by C F Clay 218 lit dam by Ked Wilkes Red Lights 1st dam was Day Maid by 230 son of the great Oimbetta Wilkes 2nd dam Nell by old Dalsora 3rd dam Noonday bv St Elmo 4th dam Mid night by Pilot Jr 5th dam Twilight byWalnerI promising saylrag that with his size style form and action that he is bound to Willstandtmy insure a living colt money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with Re sure to see him before breeding your good mares G G BEAZLEY Stanford Ky DON VARR1CK This inagnlflcently breu young atalllon will make the season of ll lo at my table plkAtheavylanennd perfect disposition neb by the great Onward Silver SWii that won the tiojn Transylvania In a seven heat race In liWJ and the suinie year won the 110000 llonner Memorial and the M and M nil In broken beats and sold for til AMtir I Inter for J000 Ion Varrlck U bred vsctly like Mpau TransylvenlaIned as one of the big four being one of the greatest money winners on the grand clr cult In IWJ- HOnward Hllver Is by Onward one of the greatest und best sons of George Wilkes Onwards dnm was the dam of Director the sire of that great family of trotters and byWilkestoTbe Way2lnnd half dater to Sled 2tloWinchesterTreyIaglethedamIatltl ii Don Varrlcksdnm produced Dr Conner theLexingtontrackatl6monthsIn104a to Hublngerof New haven for lgothattrotted JmnVarrlcktrot very rarely ever leaves h1s fret Innweeks handling lad Fall he trotted a qunr inltloendtrod Please note the rich Inheritance of speed on bath aides not R missing link for generations Breed to this and you breederlooksSee him before booking your mares Season orbredper daynod all cnrotaken but will not Iw responsible for accidents or escapes lion Is n tae trotter If he had the proper handling Also at tame place will stand Two Might JacKs Two OLIFTON and KUSHKU Clifton is a black Jack with light points 4 year old last september 1634 hands high with n matchless head and ear well set on n rangy neck has plenty tone and substance and as n breeder ho Is not surpasse- dRU5SEL yeoroldIastAugustmuch llnlsh and as a and as a breeder ho Isle equal of any tack Iloth of these tacks will serve mares at flo to insure a living colt Trading the mare forfeits the Insurance Care will be taken to prevent accident but will not bereiponilblesbould nftCTJUlJK P WOO D- RJIlWJtIJH TO THE FARMERS theJumboold patron to remember me ralso attll patronage of many new DlellPIJe1o1lllon Forced to Leave I Home EVery year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs arc sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to another climate But this is costly and j not always sure There a better IIatmine Ark when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its sure ly the King of all cough and lung cures Thousands owe their lives and health to 14 Its positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds LaGrippo Asthma Croupall throat and lung troubles PennysDruJ Dlgrihi Dare 1982 Combined Stallion Dark Mahogany naT lYOO pound Is absolutely sound In everyway Kind disposition and tpPf1lltthChIn a Great show horsa wearlut the blur lie ever since it yearling at three years old wore IS blues and one red out oil dhows j as a bar nets horse and as a model It in a class to himself Hewaa never defeated except by two ot his on olti and hat wren In rings ota head 1111 Vplts are 1 Inside the money and when developed make great saddlers and high need three and live gaited show horse Hlxty tire of his get nt nn average Rife of shy year told at an aver age price or yill never been defeated In n produce ring when shown with 1 to IS of ha get Thlnkot such saddler ni be has sired i nnmoly Nettleton Wlnoni Pro + eet the Jim Anderson Stare flay Day the Trice Herring Store Toxin than london Dnre a Itnpertnlandboitototbera 1A J to pw Lookathta record nt a tire of saddles audee what they can dive IHUNIT V lJAnIot l 7 tbeitrr Dare No 10 dc lit SM7 A T If ILjholiy William Welch W A T II It he by HyKlekot IlantbUtonloii No la A T II It will serve mares Ibis season of 1910 at my atable In Huttonrlll at the low prlo of COLTMoney traded or removed or bred to any other stork A lien retuined on all colts until paid for Oran furnished at reasonable price for literal from a distance anti must be settled for before removed Breeding hours from 8 eveningStaresbut will not bo responsible for accidents or escapes Will alto nt the same tithe and place stand my great breeding M ilr Jack PEYTON so well known in the West End of Lincoln county at tau for mares and STL for jennets colt Ii foaled or mare traded re moved or parted with or bred to any other trek r yton by Huff Umlrtrnr sack he lurtraInIfootoodmounted IS hands 1 Inch high and admired thebesthimPhoneD S CARPENTERllPSToMTHtr Kr Dock Grey Shetland pony 34 Inches tall own ed by Hugh Held Faster will make the season at to insure a living colt Ho is by an Imported pon that cost 91000 in the Shetland Islands and Is regarded by horsemen as the best pony in lentJckrldefeating all com ers in ring In 1003 Lten re tained on all colts until season is paid Mares parted with or bred else monoybecomesmy farm JOHN B FOSTER 910 to insure Stanford Ky Sequel No 2512 Owned by J B Sandidge Hus tonville Ky Bay stallion left hind foot white foaled Nov 17 1904 sire Prospect by Dignity Dare 1882 Dam Squirlie 191 by BlackSquirrel 58 2d dam Daisy Denmark 188 by Sumpter Denmark Jr 3rd dam Fannie Wallace 50 by Sir Wallace Sequel is one of those full made ones with two good ends and a middle is nn extra individual in every respect just such a one as you see winning the blue ribbons in the show ring is fine gaited neve touches himself anywhere and is a very high going on all round He has won 10 blue ties in show rings never defeated Come nnd see this grand colt he is worth going milts to tee Sound This horse will make the season at Hustonville at 1250 to insure living colt Reaching The Top In any calling of life demands a vigor ous body and a keen brain Without health there is no success But Electric Bitters id the greatest Health Builder the world has ever known It compels- perfect action of stomach liver kid neys bowels and enriches the blood tones and invigorates the whole system and enables you to stand the wear add tear of your daily work After months of suffering from kidney trouble writes W M Sherman Me three bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man 50c at Pen nya Drug Store t landthe Conquering Herds I Have Come t The fine young 1 tire Emperor dim Hidalgo jen net make the asa ton ol 1910II the Cedar Geek Valky Stock Crass Hay Grain and Tobacco Faull 2 12 miles oathof Gab Orchard the Qupprir Cap role HeFwas specially elected from the jack Herd of Mr Shelby Teru Traveller Re to hit jacksale two TNr ajo for the 1000aae ranch Thii jack is in hu fIt year ablack ia color with tharadechiso gray trimmingsa true picture owrjka paragon ol sty Ie and perfection hit magnificent head cur neck and body s ttroee pleaRt COIfJIteeaacet ei pressing gratitude alert aquiline eyes trus ears the tight we form end beauty that lrvibrate in unison and harmony animated by true and food emotions The neck shoulder trunk feet legs thighs miuclei Iewl boots and tail correspond la unique proporttoni and at once indicate he ua pklurevjue model to his Jackshtf He hat the action agilky and animation of a racer or Arabian iteed and demon Mrateio the beholder he ii the gifted ton ofa noble ire and hIlway Mas mitted to hit cold we form ivmmrtrv style and beauty with and thew 1 attribute mtiis them tell high AH comet hit hits betnmaw mules except two r udall have sold from 65 to 125 at weaning or soon after weaning except two they are net for ark Excelsior has a strong taoroui rhythmical tenor take and buys the houn chronological order ud ia shot oc long metre amgstOnkyl Onkyl Oaky I say I ayl Excelsior the Royal Was wed and foaled In Old Kaintuckt And lives to work sad for luck I says Isay Im the Royal Donkryl t I aryl I say See and hear the Royal Onkyl Onkyl Oaky jenny Jenny jenny my jeaayl Onkyl Onkyl Only Oy special permission the following and cJueni of Lincoln county have kindly contented to be used at reference nod endonemeat harms raised or purchased hit produce and Io say know this jack ai a Veal breeder and that his are ratedwith the heal rii Mesas John Saylot John Hnuy Harris Brom F Long Morgan Chappie George Holmes Lute King Bowers W Grreai Jocobuai tachandI S Tens Excelsior will stand at W under same conditions al the stallion Redilgo Ex celiior it the tire of a very fine jennet colt and It dediaed to be a great Jennet jack The teaioa for net will be 15 Galtons Pedalgo The young stallion Gallons Pedalgo will sUndlai the IOOOAcn FUachu He u a dark bay 15 hands high lout years old hit all the essential fatten of a mod cl stallion Sited by Gallon 12910 dam Pedw register Na 3715 she Iby Fal Boners Abdtllo Mcmbrino the season cost 103 2d dim Lottie Motey by C F Clay etc etc This tuition combing the blood of the Hambldoniaa Wilkes Mcmbrino Seely American Star and Clay families and will stand at 10 to a I limited number of good mares Lien retained on colts until teatoo ii paid Money due at once if mire it told or bajd Will not be rtipoanTjIe for accsJemi or escape of mares Mares pastured at 2 per month If you wtal ttylishfatt Irotlets breed lo Pedalgo iJ Bulldine the Peerless t A HOhI I Bulla ideal animal in form stykksire weight and bone will stand at One Dollar cash at the lot returnAll the s tt Ctthe11conditionlnd cows and get calves you will II proud of ana that will sell themielvej chin muse Farmers who breed to the best sires raise the bed ad bst prices We alt the courtesy to purchase at the market price the WithoutIthese fine animali rer other buyers The King of Lincoln- A noutblead prolific tire This Jersey bull was tired by Dr Variht Nos72915idnRj rla No 12610 A J C c NJ 8 Wed 17th Si New York N Ywill staalat Three Dillari cash at the lot with pnvilsia ofre tIrJ and heifers ptitured at reasonable sates This bulls progeny have been 85 pr cent hifeu His hish Vads heifers hive geld from ie to O per head ai short and low ycjiPinji Every family should here a goad Jersey cow ai a miter ot comfort ecoasnjr goal liinj Always have goljea Jersey cream tnj i for no other tutee like this good yellow buttes Stockmen and tobacco raiitre will do well to kep their eyes on IO iJAreI i Ranch with its fins stok grsiiy r 1 abundant protiEc lim tsar sad and much virgin soil picturesque forever and and beautiful landscapes wire fences aid grad ICI namtroai teaant hwisJ anj tobacco birni This laad produces the ei qiitliiy of tobacca crop ol 1933 told fof 16 12 Gnu 1909 crops fol foil5c nU tier pourtd i v JohnBJamieGCarpe iter Jr Managers R F D No1 Crab Orchard Ky Some Kentucky Fair Dates Lancaster July 273 days Versailles Aug days Danville Aug 33 days Lexington Aug TaylorsvUl Aug 94Harrodiburtr Au 94 days Brodhead Atiff 173 jack Excelsior importedwill Kyon Great Isaac prior elegance Doakejl- Oionu gentlemen cobs homlred Short color muscle stock Cows butter water timber 3h days l I daysLondon Nicholasviile Aug 303 days daysMonticello Glasgow Sept 284 days State Fair Louisville Sept 12Q davs DOIit Loss Hfldjiy Profits3rorystadSworm that In 001 of roar ban La eating rtIDootquick orassaroM t wedSAtr U a a wonderful tonic and rnndlbnne r and WIll JIOtIlnl pretestlofeennn It direct to the worm iiit themeapara mcmlearlng the animal 40Iroarry PENCE BROS Stanford Ky r U r 1tjK iu nr + lsl x + haaa o 4u fI L rJc tIioiI lllil 111n 0 APRIL 1ih1D10 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD ICY PAGE FIVE I dU t t I SUMMER UNDERWEARf i t IirJ I I f dLadies Sleeve Vcsts 25C Ladies Knee Length Pants jPlain or Trimmed 25c 1 Ltfdics Ankle Length Pantst 25c Ladles Vests at ri 5c 7r4 lOc 15c 25c and 50 LadlesUnlon Suits at t 25c 50c and 1 I = l SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky Bobbins and Shuttles for machines at Pennys Drug INEEDLES PERSONALS LOl1dontt the home of herpnrentB Dr and Mrs i j s t J G Carpenter i M C SAUFLEY has returned visit to her daughter at WO fMnsaccompanied by her little grand Sallie Rowan Logan NANNIE FKLAND of Richmond III visiting Mrs A M Feland on tho- r Danvlllo pike She will visit Mrs Il- L Berry at Huilonvlllu I IN renewing for the I J W L Neal of Kimberly Utah wells You wHI ptawttMod Ui beet iittlr paper on wirtb terse for another year MIt AMD Mao ItS MTIB and aloes Mlaaetohtrte rtnv have reo UKnad from a stay of enrrIII week In Moblcabur county Mr Lytle i- slatfolylatratd in tIe Ih VKT Coal Co and UM Nelson Creek Co lie M McreUfry ami prrtidont r ictivoly of Umo MrapaolM n Nrlon Creek I Iimlrlss weronly recently prn d and about 6CO tout per sky while about 1000 ton art doing taken dally frem the Bevlvr mines Advo cute TilE Warren Grigsby Chapter of tho U D C will meet with Mrs Mary I Burch Saturday afternoon at 280 The Current Event Club was doe I lightlully entertained Thursday after noon by Mrs Clarence E Tato The subject for discussion was Halley Comet and Mrs W M Bright read r the principal essay I rFor 1 tine rich I or plain food equally valuable v and saving rfi Indispensable Home Baking PROP J W IRELAND principal of tbe Stanford its led School was here Saturday Prof Ireland Will formerly connected with the Harrabburg Acad emy and was warmly welcomed by his many friends here Hnrrodsburg Re publicanL WEST RFIELD chief train dis patcher of the L N has returned from several weeks spent at Colorado Springs Colorado for hts health Ho stopped by for a short visit with his wife and youngsters at M D Elmores before proceeding up to Livingston I AI IIt Any Good Judge of Merchandise is Welcome to this Store at any Time and all Times to Compare our Goods and Prices with Other Store Prices For the More you Compose the Surer You arc to Return and make your Purchases here Put this Statement to an actual test for your own in terest u oOn I T For IJ A C SINE made a liuineti trip o Parry villr rtturnedIMiss LOHAINE CAMPBELL went over to Lancaster Wednesday to visit friends MISBBS FiiANoeg CoorE and Kill o Huffman are guests of Mrr Jamie Cai pootcr at Cin 0rcha d MRS PAT W WmpI and little baby are visiting her parents Judge and Mrs Tilford at Liberty MRS J C HAYS has been confined to her home with la grippe for several days MRS WALTER FIELDS of Turners vllle was the guest of her cousin Miss Jennie Hocker this week MR J A MCROUERTS of Camp belleville was mingling with his many yesterdayEG 0 Cooper have returned from a short stay nt Martinsville Ind tJ- Hi IK LOOAN the popular hotel man of Crab Orchard was here on business Thursday MRS J S RICE returned from Lou isville Thursday She says that Mr Rice is greatly improved but will not be able to leave for several weeks yet Miss JENNIE B WILCHER has arriv ed home from Cadary Canada where she spent n year with her sister Mrs Charles Lutes MISSES LOUELLA AND HELEN WIIITE spent Wednesday in Lancaster tho guests of friends J C REYNOLDS who is handling a wire In fine shape atLebanon came up for a short stay with the homefolks J WARREN HOCKER and Miss Jennie Rocker will leave next week for on ex tended visit in the West After spend ing some time with their brother R W Hocker at La Harp Kansas they will visit their nieces in Texas and also go to Missouri Kansas and Louisiana AT the recent session of the D A R held in Washington City Mrs Jean Davicss Warren of Danville was elec ted as vice regent of the organization a well deserved honor MRS FoRESTns REID and daughter Miss Katherine have returned from a stay of several weeks in Chicago with Mr and Mrs Henry H Banford Miss Katherine who has been quite ill dur- Ing her absence is greatly improved Danville Advocate MR AND MRS M E HARPER who have been living at Salisbury N C for some time have been visiting relatives In Hustonville before leaving for Colorado Springs to make their future home Mr Harper has been engaged In business with his brother J P harper in Salisbury LOCALS I SEED corn and sorghum seed at t- helCountryA NEW lawn fence at W II Higgins at a bargain Second hand Dell City separator for sale at a bargain W 0 Walker tf SEVERAL fine harness horses for sale highly bred Box 17 Stanford Ky I TRY our new hand fertilizer cdrn planter Every farmer needs one Wi H Higgins Pone Plymouth Rock eggs f1 for NunnelleyTurnersville SEVERAL flood secondhand buggies sale at bargains Sw us quick Itr Bros tf I OLD papers for sale all nice and dean suitable for shelves etc 25 for This office FOR SAIFTwo antique B tine trap and a new Box 17 Stanford Kytfu OperateIgan A Tanners 3 C B LBGIIO N eggs for sale Dust laying strain Write or phone Mrs It L Berry Hustonville Ky 710 FOR SALEFew nice Bull Orping ton cockerels Also eggs for hatching Mrs W J Holtzclaw Stanford R F D No1 Hows This We offrr Doe Hundred Dollan Reward for any tlauaCa4F J ClrNry A CO Toledo 0 tDelorananetaayableWALDINO Kixiutt A MARTIN alUHsdlmtly upon tile blood and mucoui iurfa a of the perbottleTake Halll I mUy 1 ale fur corxtlpaUoD l SAM ROBINSON has just completed a set of the finest clothes racks and nic est shelving in this part of the State in his big store here TUB now band is progressing finely and Musical Director Deemer says the boys will be able to give open air con certs in a short while The organization has been greatly strengthened by three experienced musiciansMessrs Harry Jacobs cornetist the monument man and J C Hammack barytonist of McKinney and Walter Weaver a trombonist an old member of Henry Saxons famous band IBarn Lumber For Sale 120000 feet of Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Barn Pat terns which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn Hay or good Horses and Mules Prices on this very rea sonable for I want to sell Write me at once Respectfully- C J SIPPLE London Ky u 200000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices I have 200000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns mid other building purposes at reasonable prices Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want and I can suityouWALKER OWENSPongo Shipping Point Mt Venjon We Dont Mind TheI Owner Watching us while we are doing a job of plumbing for him We do honest work all the time and it makes no difference who looks 01- 1or who doesnt We shall be glad to figure on your next job If we belpleased W K WARNER STANFORD KFNTUCKY 4WfIIl LAGE CURTAINS I 1 s thirty Different Patterns in Mission Nattingham and Cobel Ndi Curtains 75c to 750 perpair Arabian MissionNetsat lOc12i4 and tEe New Damask Poetairres 2 to 450 New Summer Poetairres2 to tJ5f 1 r A NICE home home on Logan Ave for sale or rent Apply at this office tf L R HuotlES has already laid a fine concrete foundation for his handsome residence on E Main street REV D M willpreach at the Logans Creek Christian church Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock r I WE are constantly replenishing our stock of Queen Quality and Oxfords Call and see some of the latest Cum mins Wearen J or I re In You will take no chances if you buy Hart Schaffner Marx clothes tCummins Wearen They are RUST I ajteed every thread wool TUB home B A Riddell nearCon way Rockcastle county burned earn this week It is thought to have iff J nittd from a defective flue haveopened a lorz concrete molding yard on Whitley eve and making blocks for a number eC residences which will built here that 4 spring r Impossible to be WellIt is impossible to be well simply impossible if the bowels are constipated You must pay attention to the laws of nature or suffer the consequences Undigested material waste products poisonous substances must be removed from the body at least once each day or there will be trouble A sluggish liver is responsible for an immense amount of suffering and serious disease Ask i your doctor about Ayers Pills He knows why they act directly on the liver Trust him 7 C AuerCo Lowell Max n Q S t CI 1 r i Do You Realizeyi That the visible supply of cotton now 2500000 bales and 1 this all the mills of the world have run for months to come is simply a matter of nature not supplying a sufficient crop for the needs of our growing population Dont S you think you should take advantage of the opportunity to cover your needs for some weeks to come on HOOSIER SHEETING a yard wide unbleached muslin which is woven from full round threads and is free from all foreign sub stances and will grow whiter with each visit the tub at 1 the price We are offering this week only 7c per yard t- f r W E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY K Hughes T W Fumble W 0 IL NOVELTIES MurlI I I Ihaveand newest that the Icst can furnish in the way fIbelt pins links beauty pms collar hair nets barrettes jabots rind turbans belts belting collars etc T T If- J HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes L STANFORD KENTUCKYI I a- a fr ICLEMENSiIOTEL L ELKIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside rooms Commercial trnwler n ipcctnltr Special rntci by week month The proprietor li a former kin cola county tsar and till should member 11 m when topping Sown t of PHILLIPS are be is on to It to his L Na TOTE T7BLGiNo JI Month nja p u No36outh1015 JoI I No Y1 North 440 A It No M North 549 P1II No n 1029 AM v NOS8JMOP M JOS 8e RICEAgent I AGE SIX THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY APRIL 29th 1910 The Electric Light Treatment 4 U The most celebrated and popular treatment of today THE ELECTRIC LIGHT TREATMENT was unknown and un dreamed of before 1891 In that year Dr J H Kellogg of Battle Creek devised the first Electric Light treatment apparatus Two rearS later apparatus made after the original model was exhibited at the Worlds Fair in Chicago A visitor from Germany saw the apparatus became interested in it visited Battle Creek to become familiar with the technique of its use and in returning to Germany began its manufacture and sale in that country The treatment soon became highly popular in Germany King Edward of England was silted of a distressing ailment at Hamburg by means of a series of these light treatments As a result he had the apparatus installed in his Windsor and Buckingham palaces Emperor William of Gennany soon after followed his example as ikl several of the other crowned heads and titled families of Europe Since then a nit number of these light apparatus have beenmade and are now in Ute in poet of the leading hospitals physicians offices sanitoriumo Europe More recently the- xhedied profession of this country hr become interested in this new powerfulcure and sp todate phsidalU hospitAls and sanitarium ate installing this most efficient means o s a remedywhich is capable of rendering important service in neatly every known chronic- disare The effect of the treatment u highly tonic it rapidly eliminate the cause of such 3ne IM u Rheumatism Nervous Diseases and Digestive It his a long record of tttcs of Asthma Bronchitis Obesity Fatty Degeneration of Heart Neuralgia ScIatica Kid tey and Lira Disorders affections of joints Chronic Chronic Constipation dis jwej of the skin and chronic diseases of the nervous system This Electric Light treat amt can now be had in Danville o- fFREDERICK DEHfVEN M D MILLS BUILDING TELEPHONE 496 DANVILLE KENTUCKY I King Eagle No 2556 Val 6 A S H R King Eagle it 16 hands jjoaUFEDICREESited Royal ing2555he- 1b1Oo Time 745 he by Stonewall Jackson 72 loyal King 1st dam Mollie Mount 3584 Br aI noted sire Cabbelli Lexington F S nCatEaglei 1st dam Hip 3579 she by Eagle JWJOMhebyOldKni Eagle 7502nd I3 by Red 3rd dam by Harts Denmark Jby Male Denmark 45 4th dam by Jim fcNOTEa combined stallion 4 breeder of fine color and high styled colts they aO Kiting size style and action He sired welt that won the 50 stake at the Stanford fair soil the 100 stake at the Lancaster fair defeat nj there four of the get of the great Rex Pea mrv This get of King Eagle was second in ifc 300 stake at Harrodsburg with 24 entries std defeated the colt that won this stake two out id three shows His colts are in demand bring fc Lightest prices King Eagle will make the Jfaat season at the low price of 15 to insure colt wit alto stand the great mule jack Jim Keene 10 for mares and 20 for jennet to insure a Hjipj colt Jim Keene sired by the great Billy lCacoc 1st dam by the ImpJobn Wells 2nd dam vBcccher Jim u 4 hands high jackAllor male tie season of 1910 at our stable 2 12miles piketaresftsU the insurance and money becomes due at I T STANFORD KENTUCKY n THE WARFIELD 111111 Tr22 Imtey1jyAug 13 inn bred at Village farm Kan AEion N Y Sired by flare Devil YA- 9huxshow winnings he won seven chum amUiuwhtyfseas old record ZUH sire of American 3Ut three years record 21254 and 29 otbon anJUt Hut a ion of Onward l record ttSAi asbf OUwnrd tillvr tOO nnd ITSxitberi In 3S IUt Onward was aired by Geo Wllki Yug11115sre of orbclodng II Lady of the JUanrVuiM third darn Uotlet U Nutwood M rd2IHR l lroo f 180 In YJ list fourth au Topaz by Htrathmore 408 giro of 00 In- Ut flat Fifth dRill Willard by Albion seventhiianrIIIIrIH1 Sotltta nsBiiy bone In und out of tbeitablr the time oueh transaction For further information call on or address the undersigned Ashland Brook KollTM Vol 17 A T II It bred by Ruck er Georgetown Ky Ashland Brook was foaled Ivaa solid bay with left hind toot white itands 154 hands 3largaretItathgateYtly Yl75ElliottbyDarkalgbtValjaIIllrecord 517 Aihland Brooks lit dam Buna IrfCOrdIiXtholer 2OOH Ashland Wilkes aired by Red Wilkes 1TW bo by fleorgo Vllkea second dam Hide Lilly by Pretender list 3rd dam by Jim Monroe mI- NOTEAlblond Brook U a handsome fel low with lots of substance hex a bod way of going with speed style and great action III oldest colts are three years old and they are all one could expect they bearing good colors with plenty of and great style and finish Ashland Brook sired the great unbeaten sold for J AshlundIIrookwiitmniethe- present season at Sill to Insure a living colt WAR TRACE Will also stand the great young Jack War Trace at globe snares and no for Jennets leyhandsond be by the Imp Tax Payer that told for PA his dam wai by the Imp Great Knit bytzeUS HARRIS ROBT WOODS has a good coat and carries nice bead and tall tins lsasure trotter he ateJ1td a mllo in days handling 25t The Wurlleld U aI truly made grand Individuality and bred In lines that entitle to become a lire of note seeing that hell a ion of the ProgenitorDazetun Monarch of the home stretch while on the turf and after retirement to tho stud acttred luipcrlibuble renown ai a sire greatracehorsesmany noted show ring winners ni well RII xIngringthanWill make tha presentaeasouatourferns one mile from McKInney Ky at Stll to In lure a living colt I BrigandYoungIJrlgiioller on both sides His colts sold for UeIlalllfoal getter Hell perfect In StolillUie HMOWENSAsON3tKlnney Between Two Sacks of Flour there may seem no difference ex cept the name But if one of them is Baughnans NO1 Fancy Patent flour there is a big difference Tell ing you about the superiority of Baughmans No 1 Fancy patent youwillplenty of proof of its superior excel fence In the better bread cake and pastry you bake It suits others k tt will suit you All good grocery stores J H BAUGHMAN CO Phone 11 seUItj C I FARMERS DEPARTMENT 0Registered red Shorthorn bull for Bale R c Engl ant J52 R C Thompson of Crab Orchard bought a handsome bay gelding of W L McCarty for 350 FIVE good second hand buggies for sale B D Carter Stanford FOR SALEPure Boone county white seed corn 125 per bushel See sample at Lincoln County National and First National Banks Also 15 bushels of cultivated hemp seed S J Embry Jr and John C Pepples Stanford SIdi the great Percheron stallion which Waler Walker has had standing here will be in Mt Vernon for the next two weeks After that ho will be in tho stud here again Briscoe Crane of lirumfield ship ped a carload of 200pound hogs to Louisville The hogs were bought of different farmers in Boylo at an average of 8c There has been quite a drop in the price of hogs on the city markets Advocate J D Whitehouse who lives near town on the Stanford pike says the frost and freeze of Saturday night al most ruined the early planting of corn lIe had several acres nearly big enough to plow and It turned black and wither ed He will replow the land and plant the crop over Mr Whitehouso sold this week to Smith Quesenberry the butchers a bunch of heifers arid a few hogs the cattle at 460 per hundred and the hogs at 8 25 per hundred Danville Advocate The Markets Cincinnati April 29Cattle Receipts 1025 market steady lOc lower fair to good shippers 675 to 775 common 275 to 550 Hogsrecoipts 2411 market generally lower butchers and shippers 865 to 975 commou 8 to 9 65 SheepReceipts 128 market active and higher 450 to 770 Lambsmar iket active and higher 650 to 865 How to Cure Eczema Pimples And Dandtuff We desire to say that when we took the agency for Zemo we were convinc ed that it was a valuable remedy for eczema pimples and dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treat ment for akin diseases We are pleas ed to state that we shall continue the agency as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended Our cus tomers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for external use Zemo effects its cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease leaving tha skin clear and healthy It don not soil the clothing 6rV linen and can be used freely on infants With every purchase we give a book let on skin diseases explaining in simple words how any person can be cured at home of any form of akin or scalp diseases by this clean scientific remedy G L Penny Druggist C R COLEMAN came down from his mines in Bell county for a short stay with his fam- ilyCommissioners Sale I In Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to a judgment of the Lin coln Circuit Court rendered at its Feb ruary term 1U10 In the caso of Luclas Perkins plaintiff vs W J EdmIston et ai defendants I will on County Court day at about 1 oclock P M sell at public outcry totlio high est bidder in front of the Courthouse door in Stanford Kentucky That certain tract of land situated in tho town of Crab Orchard in Lin coln county Kentucky and bounded on tho north by tho Chappells Gap pike oh the east by the land of W E Perkins on the south by Elm street on tho west by the lands of June Buch anan and containing twelve acres more or less The object of this sale is to satisfy a lion debt of tho plaintiff for tho sum of 93000 with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent from January 10th 1003 until paid interest payable an nually and tho further sum of 85 the probable cost of this action will be sold ono credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds for the pur chase price payable to me as Com missioner bearing Intoest from the day of sale at the rate of six par cent per annum with good and approved personal security and further secured oy a lien retained on the land H R SAUFLKY MCLCC- K S Atcorn Atty B D CARTER Now Liver Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs Dealer In nnd Manufacturer of Marble and Cranito Monu ments LnwnVlltellllndKluney Ky I WhySklVcs Ifrtji tdiCunj Eczema Scientists ar8Jiowagreed that the eczejnagerma are lodged not in the outer skin or epidermis but in tho Inner skin Hence a penetrating salvo is required not an outward salve that clogs the pores We recommend to all eczema patients tho standard prescription Oil of Win tergreen as compounded in liquid form known as D D D Prescription A trial bottle of this D D D Prescrip tion at only 25 cents will instantly relieve the itch We havo sold and recommended this remedy for years and know of wonderful cures from its use We recommend it to our patrons Shu gars Tanner Correspondents Wanted The INTERIOR JOURNAL wants a live correspondent at Moreland andono at Crab Orchard who will send In newsy letters once a week Those desiring to join the happy family of INTERIOR JOURNALISTS please write the editor Every Mooch writes Lola P Roberts of Vienna Mo I used to be sick most of the time and suffered with backache and headache My Mother who had been greatly helped by the use of Cardui got me two bottles and I have been well ever since Te CARDUI The Womans Tonic Cardui is a gentle tonic for young and old women It relieves and prevents pain It builds strength It feeds the nerves It helps the whole system Made from harmless roots and herbs it has no bad aftereffects does not Interfere with the use of any other medicine and can do you nothing but good Try Cardui It will help you Your dealer sells It a A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentucKy I am a graduatoof Jones National tttbool of Auctioneer Chicago nud hove had ex penance In the big cattle sales lit the tclon Block Yard Chicago whore Wit told tome thoroughbreds sa ai II5W Alto In horitf sales where Wes sales were made each day AuetloDfOrtn U a science mid I Ita- atudltdI It with this idea See me before you arrange for your sate I can make sales toyourndmntage IHOXESSIl J C McClary ilndortakor and Embalmer STANFORD KY nma Hhono 1 HomePhoneV Insures Tobacc and Tobacco Barnr Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone Ml Office 96 Insure with mo and be fully protected Spring Summer Stock Hare your meaiure taken by a tailor of ex- pricenbusiness suitorthesflneethevenlnw- olotboe will have that Individuality and ni which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will clap your men nre for extra trousers fancy vests tor coatis and overcoats Hprlngand Bummoi samples on hand ready for your Ins pectlon U 0 HUlIjEY The Tailor Stanford Ky When Hungry OOTO OAMUIIV Iteatnurnnt Lancaster Street Htanford K- MouU served at nil hours up to llK r u nest pIne lu vtnjfor n good quick will Cooking to suit our customers our specialty Splendid new line of fancy Groceries Hot UofToo Handwlotioi pies Mutter milk und sweet milk etc at all times W A CARSON Prop L You at the Ct1OSSETi shoe store Sam Robinson Stanford ky TR mr thoroitglibrcd Angiiii bull sty pIke ctiorpnrte from LQVKLJ- jHtnnioid Ky Sp trCII S N ER W MEET with springy step that shows your feet have gladness Which mcuns ther Crossett y1 ShoeMAKES LIFES WALK EASY ADI MARK This new Crossett style is snappy model in new shade Boston Gray Just the shoe to go with your gray spring suit Made with nar IIIstyles give wide range of choice 4 to 6 Lewis NORTH A everywheret Looking At Harness an Isnt better to buy the kind you know nil about than to purchase it because the price sounds cheap your harness here where you see it handle it test it Remember we are right here where you can get at us if the harness doesnt prove as represented Think over JC McCLARY Stanford Ja I FORw Wire Flower Vases l IwScreen on me a you buy M L L SANDERS ft Crab Orchard Kentucky M IE Ifyou have anything to sell in tho STOCK 1NunnelleysHo Imysand sel every in tho except Sunday Bring on your block market iu the Btatc with plentyofr ectl and water best coyqrcd pen ouhiito of Louisville or Lexington STANFORD KY Wo aleo do general hitch and feed burincm W L MCARTYPiM E C WALTON VPrw L K 1IUGIIESit1 Stanford Real Estate Co Stanford KentucKy Farms and Town Property Handled on Commission Stocks and Bdnda Sold If you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us Writb for Circular to L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky Polled Angus Bull I will ktand Tolled nt plate 00 BOlnllrll allCO SfoneydtIeWUenabw known to be with O W her the the Springtime 4 wear a the Crossett you a i as investment It v Buy can nlso just that Ky call Im II LINE s a Jay year heat eo l I Amusement and Enter v tainmen Every Evening- The latest and bo run otinovlni pictUre lloaseathugrdwibikedelights Only and luc Su OiiKKxnuKii rams Stanford try NOTICE I 1Those having claims n nlnit the estnto of Mrs halls Rica deceased will prrienttliom tngtheeatatearehutilodtoaettiewlth immediately Administrator Mrs Bollo luau