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WEDDING BELLS RANG IN SWEETEST Owslcy-Shank- Pretty Romance Completed In Wedding of Miss Gillock And Mr. Jones. pretty romance had Its happy culmination at Hustonville, this county, A The Champions of Central Kentucky. UNCLE SAM TO OPEN BIG TRACT IN WEST. Lincoln CHIMES. - - ' W avenue, horso and runabout for sale. Farmer. Grado 4 Matsy Grimes, Nellio W. E. C. Walton, Stanford. Ky. Hill, Grace Hurst, Lettlo Walker McKlnney, Jean Paxton, Ethel Powell, Put Roof On New Bank. Mary Jarvls, Martha Ranoy, Ella Rig-neClinton Coleman, Joe T. Embry, J. II. Hade, the local tinner, has re- Josso Hocker, Maurice Tucker. Grado 6 Jamea Tribble, Harry Farturned from Gravel Switch, where he put a roof on tho new bank which Is mer, Effie Ware, Besslo Moore, Frances .aoon to bo opened there, and to bo Brackett, Ella Eichenberger, Maud Arknown as the First Stato Bank or nold, Bessio Brackett, Mary Anderson, The bank building, Johnanan Rankin, Sam J. Embry. Gravel Switch. Grade 7 Boyco Hunn, Maurice Jar-viwhich is built of concrete, two stories Mary S. Cook, Sallio M. Craig, high, will bo completed In about two weeks. Tho second story is to bo util- Mary M. Moore, Maymo Singleton, ized as u town hall. John Isaacs Is to Verna Rout, Bettie Warren. Robert Grado 8 Effie Baughman, be cashier, J. D. Baxter, president and Carter, Harry Carter, Spalding Hill, Q. Mussen and Matthow Isaacs J. Marion Grimes, William Grimes. Eva Moser. s, Wednesday, when Miss Edna Gillock was united In marrlsgo to Chas. Jones, the Itev J. J. Montgomery, officiating. After n wedding trip to the South they wid make their home at Hustonville. Tno bride is the daughter of George Gillock, and one of tho most popular young ladies in tho West End of the ounty. Their courtship might bo called n telephoue romance, for Miss Gillock was connected with the telephone company's exchange at Hustonville, anil Mr. Jonw had been in thel'emplcy of the company at CrnKlOrchard ;ond Stanford. When tho subscribers to the Hustonville cxelnnge learned thatved-din- g bells were soon to ring, they rebelled so at the thought of giving up their charming and most accommodating operator that they held a meeting nnd petitioned tho companylto transfer Mr. Jones to Hustonville, so that they might still keep the bride. Tho com. pany proved obliging In the matter, and not only has transferred Mr. ' Jones to ding: Hustonville, but has given both 'him Columbus, Ga. Tho wedding of.Mus his popular bride handsome increasHays Owsley and Mr. Thomas and Mattio took place on es in salary as weddingjpresents. Handley Shanks, which Thursday evening at the beautiful of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fine Selection. a brilliant social event. Tho cntlro lower tloor was thrown open to tho guests and every where Crecnberry Bright to Represent Big Wholesale Mouse. were quantities of cut flowers. Promptly at 8 o'clock the ceremony Greenberry (right has been appointtook place. Dr. I. S. McElroy officed traveling representative for Curry, iating. First came the little garland girls, Tunis & Norwood, the big Lexington Misses Klizsbclh Hradley. Margaret wholesale grocers, and will go to work Bullock, Marian l.ummui, Margaret for them Monday. He will have terriGordon, Susie Hlackmar and :Kllzabeth tory south of the L. & N. railroad, with They wore dressed in white headquarters at Stanford. This is a Hlsekmar. and carried a feathery garland of white splendid appointment for tho popular pinks, forming an aisle for the bride local man, and especially complimentaThen came tho bride's maids and ma- ry since he was selected over 22 other trons, Miss Lucy Hill, Miss Lottie Mc applicants to take this territory. Mr. Elroy, Miss Jones. Miss Thomas, Mrs. Bright has been with George II. Karris Alfred Blackraar, Mrs. Arthur Cheno-wit- since coming back from Phoenix, Arialso gowned In white and carry- zona, where ho resided for set era! ing shower bouquets of double white years. The many friends of Mr. Bright petunias and ferns. The matron of and his popular family will bo glad to honor, Mrs. Richard Putnam, of Ken- know that they will still make this tucky, wore an exquisite robe of white their home. and her bouquet was of pink carnations. The brldo entered with her Keen Rivalry fathor, wearing an elegant gown of charmetMO satin and duchess lace, her (lowers being valley lillos and roses. For Places On Honor Roll of sweet peas and In tbo dining-rooStanford Public School. calla lilies were used, tall silver vasos filled with them were placand baskets The city school children have done ed about the center table. Stately Paul Ncyroa roses were banked on the ball splendid work during the past month, Honmantel and spring roses of every kind and the rivalry for position on the or Roll has been keen. Supt. J. W were used In the living rooms. folServing punch were Misses Aylmar Ireland reports the Honor Roll as and Mildred Sal- lows: Illgcs, Issabelle Battle Henry Arnold. Primary Gladys isbury. Tho bride's mother wore an exquisite Baughman, Mattio Kincaid, Arch Rig-nsWilliam Tate, Manuel Turpin, whitu silk gown with silver trimmings, and Mrs. Lou Shanks, the groom's Herman Walls, Isabel Warren. Grade 1 -- Smith Burke, Joanna Bal-lomother, wore black satin with jet trimmings. Elsie Coleman. Harvey F.mbry. Mr. and Mrs. Shanks left at 10 Annio Eubsnks. George Farris. Mack o'clock for an extonded eastern tour Farmor. Ed Farmer, Joo Grimes, Ma-r- v Messer, Lvnn Pence, Bettie Perry, and will spend tho summer in Kentucky. After October 1, they will be with Mr. Thelma Powell, Margaret Shanks, Pas nd Mrs. Owsley, at Wynnton. cal Walls, Ida Pettus. guests presAmong tho Grade 2 -- Mary Brackett, Rebecca ent were Miss Nina Jones, of YVaynn-bor- Goldstein, Mary F. Cormcny, Daisy Miss Thomas, of Athens; Mrs. Lunsford, Eloiso Beazley, Stella WalkArthur Chenowcth, of Birmingham; er, Graco Anderson, Morris Jackson, Mrs. Richard S. Putnam, Mrs. Lou Frank Cordier, John D. White, Sam Shanks, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Shanks, Craig. Mr. W. H. Shanks, Mrs. Thomas A. Grade 3 Hester Anderson, Tilden Kiee. Miss Paulino Hocker, Mrs. Kirby Cooper, Sarah Cormeny, Allio R. Bourne. Dr. K. A. Jones, all of whom Fish, John Reid McKlnney, Virgil were from Kentucky. Moore, Annette Wearen. Grade 4 Hobart Arnold, Richard Ar nold Morris Bruce. Annie V. Craig, For Sale. Francos Embry, Blrdlo Ford, Roman on Logan avenue, Ford, Sylvia Farmer, Annie R Powell, A house and lot House, lot on Whitley Belle Russell, Clarence Singleton, Alice The wedding of Mr. Thomas Handley Shanks, of Stanford, and MIm Mattic Hays Owsley, of Columbu", Georgis, was one of the most brilliant nuptial ceremonies ever seen in that historic old Southern city, according to accounts of the wedding published In the Georgia papers. The wedding in of much inter-osll- n Kentucky, for both thebrldend groom aro representatives of prominent old Kentucky families, tho bride's father, B. P. Ownloy, boing a son of Dr. J. 11. Owsley, the retired capitalist of this city. Tho younger Owsley went to Columbus a number of years ago, whoro ho now holds a foremost osition as ono cf the leading financiers of the South. Tho bride, his only daughter, had frequently visited her old Kentucky home, and is very popular in society both hero and in her Southern home. A dispatch from Columbus to tho Atlanta Constitution said this of the wedOws-lcy.'w- as y, Nuptials Brilliant s Social Event In Historical OKI Southern Ci.y. Brilliant Nuptials Solemnized In Baptist Church at Danville. A large number of Stanford friends Great Prospects Ahead At attended the wedding of Miss Adele Parker, Arizona. Poland, of Boyle county, but a former Lincoln girl, and John It. Watt, of Robert C. Saufley, a former Stanford Louisville, in the Ilaptist church at boy, who is in the real estate, mining Danville, Wednesday morning at 10:30 and insurance business at Parker, Ario'clock, Dr. Everctte Gill officiating. zona, writes some interesting notes Miss Cooper Feland, sister of the bride, about the western country in which he was maid of honor, and D. A. Camp-bi'llocated. He says: of Alabama, best man. A. M Thinking that possibly the readers of Gill M. Cooper, Charles K. Feland, the old I J. will be interested in what Hay and C. W. Pennington were the Uncle Sam is doing in this country, I ushers. The bride is tho handsome will give ;;ou a little description of daughter of Mrs. A M. Feland and is we havo in this country and what very popular and nttractivo. Mr. Watt what we hope to have in the near future In is connected with the civil engineering the first place, we have tho finest clibe-i- n department of the L. & N. railroad, mate in the world for ten months in a superintendent. year, the other two getting pretty The young couple left for a trip thro' the warm, but with all the heat there are the South and before returning will spend some time in nhe East. Among never any prostrations, owing to the absence of humidity. Any one who those from a distance who attended tho wedding were A. D. Campbell, of Ala- has been in this part of tho country THE STANFORD HIGH SCHOOL BASE BALL'.TEAM. bama, J. F. Burrus, of Elizabethtown, could not have helped but notice what an abundance of water means to any Players left to right) Waters, left field; Penny, catcher; Long, of E. E. Snyder, Superintendent of the L. section, and we haver all the water we Shelhyville, coach. Singleton, shortstop and pitcher; Embry, pitcher; Cole- & N , of Louisville, Alvio Wayne, of possibly for we man third base; .McCarty first base: M. Bright second base; Hill center Lebanon, Evan Ditto, of Louisville, can banks of use, mighty aresituatedon Colorado river, the James West, of Greenfield, Ohio, Chas. the Held; T Bright right Held. Prof. J. W. Ireland manager. that has an average flow of 40,000 cubic Landram, of Louisville, and Miss Edna 1909. feet a minute. Tho Parker townslte is The S'anford High School team has Bates, of Louisville. situated on the Colorado River Indian Stanford, 37; Danville ftedlegs, mttrlst a ruxnril luttiitU id urnknlilu nnt 10, Reservation and was surveyed and Harrodsburg H. S, surpassed by any youngster team In Splendid Lodge 10; platted last year. It contains about the state. It played 13 games last sea13! 1,000 acres and is divided into about son and won every one of them, and lots. Parker has an ideal location, 12; Odd Fellows Organized at Waynes-bur- being situated on a broad, level mesa, has won its two starts this year. The ii; Danville Redlegs, by A."C. Sine. with a gentle slope toward the river. 7; Lancaster H. S., Lancaster nine comes for a return The public sale of lots will commence 9; game this, Friday afternoon, here. A. C. Sine, of this city, was present at 10 a. M. on May 10th, next, and will 22, Hustonville Three of last season's games worn nnd assisted in the organization and in continue as long as necessary. The 8; against a local town team and the stallation of a splendid lodge of Odd government expects to reserve a part 1910. scores are not given. Its victories in i Fellows at Waynesburg last Friday of the lots from this sale to be sold at Stanford, 2; Danville D. & D. the other 10 games, with the scores night. The lodge will be known as another sale next November, for a 10; Lancaster H. S. and this season's victories are as folWaynesburg Lodge No. 381 I. O. O. F. great rush is expected, and it is believTota scores 137; fall opponents, lows: The degree team from Somerset did ed that the lots will bring a higher price the work for the new lodge, and B. J. in the fall, after things are opened up Durham, of Danville, was the institut- and well under way, than if they were ing officer. After the formal ceremo- sold all at one time. At the present Bplen-ditime there are about COO "squatters" Everything is in readiness for the operettas to be given by the pu- nies, a banquet was served and a time enjoyed by all. The officers here, who, according to the ruling of pils of the Stanford city school Friday night at the opera house. The first is called 'The Whole Year 'Round" and the second "The Peppery Pa elected are: N. G., A. L. Foster; V. the Land Office, will get to buy the G., 11. H. Singleton; Secretary, Stan- lota that they have "squatted" on at or One Night at Singing School." Characters in the first; ley Mcintosh; Treasurer, L. G. Gooch. the appraised valuation without bid , Summer Nellie Wilson Hill. Hartwell Shanks. The lodge starts off with 18 charter ding, only two lots being allowed to I members, all among the most promi- each "squatter." Seasons nnd Wintc- r- Clarence Singleton, Claiborne Walton nent and substantial citizens of that attendants. j Autumn Winnie Davis Bibb, John M. Waters. Parker is at present the terminal of community. Spring Belle Russell, Raymond Connett. the famous cut off of the Santa Fe railn road, which has completed a , ., Stranger Mayme Singleton-Queebridge across the river here at a cost of May Ethel Powell. To Fence Ball Park. yk of $1,000,000, and is now rushing the r ranees r.mory. line to connect with the main line at Elizabeth Stagg. Five Frances Brackets School Board Decides To Help Bengal, Cal. When this line is finishElves ( Mats; Grimes. ed this will be the principal main line Youngsters In The Came. Annie Rogers Powell. station'.between Phoenix, Ariz., and San Mixed chorus by School. meeting of the Board of Trus- Bernardino, Cal. It is a foregone conAt a Pianist Mary Moore Raney. tees of the Stanford Graded School it clusion that we will have the division Characters in "The Peppery Pa." was decided to build a fence around the point and the shops here, for we have Squire, the "Peppery Pa" Thomas Bright. athletic field in the rear of the school the geographical situation and the only Fannie Verdant Winnie Davis Bibb. house. A wooden fence high enough large amount of water for hundreds of way. Sol Feggio, n singing master Wallace Singleton. to prevent any one on the outside from miles either Tributary to Parker and in this resathwitnessing ball games and other Mike, an Irish gentleman l, County Boy Writes Of SMmmMSMTZ 3,-0- J , Operettas by School Children Tonight. d five-spa- Lester O'Bannon. One Small Boy Betsy Slocum 'Lias Slocum Mr.Pedagogue. u school master Mr. Swallow lnil Chorus of Mixed Voices Pianisi Lee Mershon. Alice Rankin- J. T. Wilkinson. Morrison Bright. Harns Coleman The School Mary Moore Raney. u Christian Churches Semi-Annual Doctors to Talk On n o; Of Lincoln To Hold Meeting At Logans Creek Church, May 14. County Meeting The of tho Christian churches of Lincoln county will be held with the Logans Creek Christian church on Saturday, May 14th. All churches aro urged to send delegates prepared to make pledges for tho coming year's work. Devotional exercises. 10 A. M 10:15 Address by W. G. MontgomSemi-Annu- War At Meeting Sunday Evening. letic contests without paying, will be put up. School authorities all over the country have found that festering of the athletic spirit among the pupils has proven a splendid way to encourage in terest in the entire school work, and this step by tho Stanford trustees is right in line with tho progressive movement which is taking hold so fast in the schools of Kentucky. Work will be started at once upon tho building of tho fence and it will A probably be up in time for service at most of tho games this season. 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 Tuber-colosiThe local physicians will be in charge of the meeting. Rev. D. M. Walker will preside, and after scrip, turo reading by Rev. J. J. Dickoj and prayer by Rev. J. T. Hoskins, short addresses will bo made by Dre. Carpenter, Phillips, Brpwn and O'Bannon. s. Walton's Opera ery. Song. 10:tO-Addr- ess. I). M. Walker. Song 11:10 11:35 Report of County Evangelist. Report of Churches. How About The Danville Advocate says: Excite ment ran high in Hustonville yesterday morning when the report was received that night riders had visited the tobacAdjournment. co beds of Nathan Pipes and removed P. W. Carter. Ch'n. tho canvas, permitting tho plants to freeze. Lair's bloodhounds were called William Beck Very III. out but cstablishedno trail. A more William Beck, a prominent farmer of detailed investigation proved that a tho McKlnney ncction of tho county, is ilock of Bheep hadjgotton entangled in very III with an attack of heart disease. the canvas and carried It away. Ho has been n sufferer from rheumatism and his many friends aro alarmed over his condition. B. Y. P. U. Rally. Noon Recess Devotional Exercises. 1:15 t M S. Willis. Song M. Tinder. 1:60 Address-- F. Song. 2:15 Addross Joseph Ballou. This? - man c cuooL. Every family and especially those Coleman. Sophomore-Har- rli It's The World's Best. whoresldoin tho country, should bo Junior Sallie Burdctt, Joseph Hop. No one has over made a salve, ointprovided nt oil tlmos with n bottlo of ment or balm to'comparo with Buek- per. A.nl.ii WW' !....' B m'Mll4 Cnlun lla thu nmt tiorfnt " Chamberlain's Liniment. Thnre is no " .w ,. ivw, It'll Senior- - Thomas Bright. I healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, tilling when it may bo wanted In caso Roils, Ulcer, Eszema, I Socs. Scalds I of an accident or emergency. It Is Salt Rheum.. For Sore Eyw, Cold Sores Wado II. Graves was appointed excellent in nil ca.ses of rheuma-tiarmost and Chapped hands, or Sprains, it is at Van Hook. Pulaski countv. Infallible for Piles Only "ie sprains and bruises. Sold by G, I at Penny's Drug Store J vice G. N. Harper, deceased. L. Penny. o, )5tt-mast- er o. C. Saufley. The Young PeopU's Sockty of t' o Baptist ehuio'i will give a rally Friday Judge C. R. McDowtll las returned uvetmig. May C, beninniiu at 7:30 o'. Prompt relief in all cases of throat clock, ut thortMiilnc!of Mr. Hunn on from WaihiiiK ton City. He is confident and lung trouble If youjuso Chambereveiy member that the $2",000 flh hatchery to be esLancaster utreet . lain's Cough Remedy. Pleasant to take, bu sure and come and we will all have tablished In Kei tuckv will bo located tho vicinity of L'urnslJe in Pulaski ootbligandrmhnj ineilect, Sold I y a uood tune and make the occasl n one in G. L. Penr II. J county. Advocate, ot profit. R. ervation are about 250,000 acres of tho finest land in the world. It is all fertile and irrigable and will grow any crops that grow in either the temperzones. ate or The Mohave Indians there are about 400 of them on the reservation farm a small part of this land in a way and get wonderful crops with the least amount of work, for they are the laziest people I ever saw. Tho 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-sit- e is over, we are going after the Kills A Murderer. is Appendicitis next link the opening of this reservaA merciless murderer with many victims. But Dr. King's tion to settlement. Parker has a great future. We easily New Life Pills kill it by prevention have resources capable ot supporting a They gently stimulate stomach, liver and bowels, preventing that clogging town larger than Lexington, and the celebrated mining engineer, that invites appendicitis, curing constipation, headache, billiousness, chills. says that we have a much better mineral showing, considering the develop25c at Pennv's Drug Store. ment, than Denver had at the same period in its history. To Locate In Mexico. We have everything that helps to make the big cities waterways, railHorace W. Bowman, of Lethbridge, roads, mines and irrigable land. We Alberta province, Canada, spent yes have a hustling town and it's J getting terday with Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Cecil better all the time; and afterjtho openon Main street. Mr. Bowman returned ing, we expect a phenomenal growth. a few days ago from Canada and has Our expectations are justified, for this been with friends and relatives in Lex- is without a doubt the best advertised ington. He and Mrs. Bowman spent place in the west today. At the 'presthe winter in California, but havo been ent time, the Parker district commands in Canada sinco the latter part of Feb- the attention of thelminlng world, and ruary. He has sold a large portion of deservedly so, for there is more ore In tho land ho purchased in Alberta. Mr. sight in tho hills that surround this valBowman says the climate there is usu ley than in any known region on tho ally more pleasant than in Kentucky globe. He has purchased a largo area of land In conclusion, I want in Old Mexico and will leave soon for you and tho people of good old Lincoln his new possessions in that republic on the paper you are giving them. It Danville Advocate always was u good paper, and it haa improved wonderfully. It is sure worth the price, and then some. Fish Hatchery AtBumside. semi-tropicFitz-Mack, Lt I PAGE! WO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. GQOD NEWS. APRIL 2(hh,180 The KVBItY Interior Journal; Established TUESDAY 1872. V Double Youf Proflu by Ustog'an 499$$frfe$4titt(tji'ttJtift64$6Jrt6lit$&ft4rJrrv r Many Stanford Readers Have Heard It And Profited Thereby. "Good news travels fast," and the thousands of bad back sufferers in Stanford are glad to learn that prompt relief is within their reach. Many a lame, weak and aching back is bad no more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills. Thousands upon thousands of people are telling tho good news of their experience with tho Old Quaker Remedy. Hero is an example worth reading: George Wright, Stanford St., Lancaster, Ky., says: "1 have never yet known of a better kidney remedy than Doan's Kidney Pills. Last fall my back ached a great deal and my kidneys were badly disordered. Tho from these organs were scanty and painful in passage. 1 fortunately had Doan's. Kidney 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 boused in endorsing them. My advice to all sufferers from kidney trouble is to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. n Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and tak e no other. Foster-Milbur- INDIANA SILO. A sk any man who uses one. 51 per cent, of the food value of com & is contained in the shucks, cob, leaves and stalk, 46 per cent in the & grain, therefore corn hand-i- n led by cutting and shocking cent, by putting in the SILO the field loses 51 per s per cent, total lood value saved by feeding through the SILO is 95 per cent. Why continue to waste half of your feed and have poor stock? INDIANA SILO is within the When the reach of all and fully guar $185 SILO holds anteed. nine acres of corn and feeds 28 cattle six months, AND FRIDAY At 11 Ter Year In Advance. SAUFLEY SHOES SHELTON i Publisher Stan- 0 0 0 o 0 0 o o o o 0 Entered at the Post Offlco at ford, Ky.( as Second Class mall. The war being waged on the great white plague by the Kentucky Antl Tubercolosis Association has already accomplished much Rood. Education of the people to the fact that consumption can easily be prevented has proven one of the greatest aids in the fight. This and many other things that the people of Stanford ought to know to help them conserve their good health will be explained at considerable length Also agent for the most ments. Cutters. Practical : : and loader. (iilllllUBl ensilage and equip- cpnveyor and corn elevator R.. at the meeting in charge of the physiSun- E. GAINES. Chase and cians at the Presbyterian church 0 0 0 0 0 day night. There are several other little matters affecting the health and Banitary 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 Theodoro Roosevelt at the courts of Europe. And to tell the hard truth, there's no Amer-i:a- n citizen unless it be William Jennings Bryan to whom such homage is more justly due. Will all this mean a third term for the Terrible One? Sanborn's Best The CofTce you buy totliry from us will tnste so tfootl tomorrow morning that you won't le satisfied with nny other hereafter. 'i Same way with our tens ami fancy groceries lliey me as different ay is fmm night, except in tlte The weather forecaster for this local ity, whose headquarters are in Lcxing ton, is surely taking his vacation. With a drop in tho temperature Saturday to 23 degrees above zero, without due and timoly notice, deserves to have a new min put on the job and charge the oth er fellow withlf 100,000 damage to fruit and gardons In this locality. Frank Bell and I'ryor Young, of Lib Oldest Center Man Dead. erty, were here last week inspecting the Wealherford House with a view of Kev. Dr. James Thomas Lapjley, selecting its plant as model to build a who ws the oldest living graduate of first class hotel in the capital of Casey. Center College, died at Dam ille this The culverts on the county road from week, aged 01. He was also the oldest Geneva to Jumbo will be put in first-clacondition this week by Road Suliving graduate of the Theological School of Princeton College. He grad- pervisor Durham. uated at Center College in ls30 and at The game of ball here Saturday be Princeton in 1841. Ho had been pastor tween Hustonville and Middleburg, reof churches at Pcrryville, Columbia, sulted in a victory for the former by the Glasgow, Munfordsvilie, Flemingsburg Bcorc of 12 to 8. A long felt want has been supplied and several other places in Kentucky and at Warrensburg, Mo. He is sur- in this locality by the location here of vived by his wife, to whom he leaves a a first class jeweler who is an expert repairer of watches and clocks, and considerable fortune. guarantees his work. Our live stock dealers are doing very Additional Local. little on account of tho scarcity of stock ready for the market. There is A FEW seed potatoes left at tho a 'greater scarcity of hogs and cattle in Country Store. all the counties from here to the Cumholding the lucky num- berland river than for 40 years past. TliE person Dr. Childers aud family, of Livings bered ticket draws the handsome silver set at the Theatorium Saturday night. ton, arrived Tuesday and are located in The great Colvin players will bc here the cottage of Miss Ellen Fowars on West Main street. The doctor has been again next week. practicing his profession for some years Stone Stevenson, living on R. F. and comes highly recommended. D. No. 2, found the pair of nose glasses A splendid farm of about 200 acres in aivertised for in the Interior Journal a fine community, and one of 72 acres and brought them to the owner, after nearby with good improvements, have reading the advertisement. An ad in been put in our hands to sell. Parties the "cheapest and best" does the busi- wanting and knowing big bargains will ness every time. Try one. not look further. Write or call on W R. Williams & Co. The Theatorium ha3 been closed for several nights on account of the severe Death In Garrard. illness of Mr. Greenberg's little son, Aleck Coins died at his home about with Albert, who has been threatened typhoid fever. The little fellow is now three miles from Lancaster, after a better and the theatre was again open lingering illness, due to the ravages of white plague. He was about 40 years ed Wednesday night helpless family consistShelbyville, who old and leaves a Authuk Long, of ing of a widow and six small children. has been coaching tho local High School The burial took place at Buckeye. team, has returned home to play in the PEKCUERON. Blue Grass League. He became very popular during his three weeks' stoy here and has been engaged to return next season to coach the boys. A number of them plan to go over to Richmond when Shelbyville plays her first Imported from Franco 1107, foaled game there, to see him work. 1504. Sidi will stand at the Xunnel.'ey Stock Yards. Will let him serve a Services At Hustonville. fow marcs at 815 to insure a living colt. Not responsible for accident. Mares Rev. W. S. S. Willis' subject at the pastured at $2.00 per month. 124 W. O. WALKER. Hustonville Christian church Sunday Phono Stanford, Ky. morning will be "Man's Civil and Religious Duty;" in the evening R. W. Hopkins, State Evangelist for the Christian Bible School Association, wil' conduct services. ss mm 1 VV WJ 4rv . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ....... olwwv 0 - i'iiviv twwil.l,. will 0 KfvJJ;M dress patents and 0 viei in both low 0 and high shoes at 0 0 .f)0 to 5 are a.s 0 stylish and a.s 0 v:r r 0 0 00(1 as money buys, Our ''inenaies" 0 0 work shoo at . 0 is-ri.ii aW in-wmi- Shoes for the mm. in full dress, shoes for the iimn sit the plow shoes for the man in (he olliec and shoes lor the boy on (he diamond. We are & 0 & O 9 und .l.f)(). lieve is (lie and (he irlobe 1 besoi't-e- sl st aaiaaBsV 'VV M & 0 0 lonii:-e- fri'in the orili'ury html matter of pii.TS. wenrinii'wo'k shoe inside on the to-ln- aawinci v. A W. fes5SS2g HICC1NS, Bring Your Produce To 0 mO 0 strong" s'atonj'MH hut we beliew it Stanford, Kentucky. 0 H 0 0 Hi Us. true try one pail and see. Black or tan. We have opened a produce house on Som street fand will pay the highest market price for all kinds of country produce. Bring us your sloff. M. O. BASTIN h CO.. Stanford, Ky. ertet 0 0 0 i.1 0 0 Stanford, Kentucky. BLACKSMITH ING! 00000 0 0 0 0 0 0000OO0000 0 0 0 0 0 00000Q WS G. L. I'cnny It. U. C'olley K. K. Coleman 0 H. J. McROBERTS, 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 over the cash when the amount has been agreed upon. The policy we issue is a quick asset in case of fire. Better have us issue you one to cover your home and business. Fish & Pennington, limit; )(ur IllnckiniittiliiK unit Konrrnl rt'i'Hlr work to tut. Horsti alioflnit nv Hutlsfiictlon Kinirnntrrd, .hop opposllo rtitlllUA concrete store. JAMKH HUAl'KKTT, Htiitirnrd, Ky 69 J,L,Beazley&Co., ... WWWk $S w&Mywt && Dr. Hess' Poultry Panacea 83 tsrJ Will innke henn ay, euro them ami keep them in pxxl tlirilty condition. The iticrcuK in the number of fjrga laid, will more than jntr for the small expeiiM) ol feeding. It is wild at IVnnyV Drug ol ili'rut-Hiore. m wv&ttm mmmSSms Uii'lertHKern and Embalm era. Also Dealers in S3 Stanford, Ky., Phone 200. Almont Dare 3228. They exchange', Furniture for ill Kind of Stock.JgGive Tbera a Call. Prices Kight. (7111 w m Sidi62761. A. S. II. R. Siied by Dignity Dare 1982. he by Chester Dare 10. he by Black Squirrel 58. he by King William 97, lrt dam Toiaway 4768. alio registered fn Vol. 10. A. T. II. It. She by Abdallah Mambnno J15, he by Almont (i), 2nd dam Lady Davis by Crit Datis. by Hour-bo- n Chief. 3rd dam Mattie S.. by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, by Imported Clenco; 4lh Jam Bet. tie C, by Cunningham's Copperbottom; 5th dam by Imported Burrard. NOTE. Almont Dare, so far as we are able to discover is the first horse on record Laving to with his own his credit the honor of defeating Since progeny those of his site. Dignity Date. he first became a sire he has had from I to 4 premium colts shown each year at the different county fairs and they are developing into a fine This hoiie lot of walk, trol and 5 gaited ones. u the result of a lifelong mating widi the best dams and sues obtainable, and as a natural result is a fine horse, beautiful bay, about 16 hands, and made fat, would weigh around 1200 pounds. A show horse among champions, fully their peers, going 6 distinct saddle gaits all fast, true high. A high tailed and naturally extremely geld, one. He is a full brother to that walk-trnz Nettleton that sold at a 4 year old for $3,- 600, and to Ttoiy Dare that has won more than any mare ever sired by Uigmty Eremiumi a list ol others too numerous to mention. This horse, owing to age and location, will make the season at our stable, 2 .2 miles from Hustonville on Hustonville and Liberty pike, traded or at $15 to insure a live colt. Mares Grass in bred elsewhere tenders season due. abundance at 52 tier month. Our personal at- tention to all stock, but will Dot be restionsible Correspondence and best ol all lor accurals. inspection invited. STANFORD. - KEMTUCK CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Y j$ tv4 PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. " King Eagle, Jr. I ran furnish the public with the lxst. us well na ttld fn iht-f- t ot cut llowera, plant of all kluda, bulb, potted fluwrra, on short clnUyol wrvuttia notice. Also inuku a tor (or funeral iiurrxw. . In connection with the iiIkv, I hne nil kinds ot M'Jttablt.uD hand at reasonable prices. chkihtmaniiu:kn aiiouhkh. Kb II i mi iti. Plum. Milliard, Kjr. CONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds ot con crotlng, such na lilock Work, 1'uremeiits and. In fuct.wucun mukOHny thing froinu nou&e down to a fence post. We cun servo s yoa promptly und guarantee work and materlul. (Jail und get nur prices before you buy our muterlnl at leutt. tlrst-clas- Pedigree Sired by S. T. Hams' King Eajle Vol.6 A. S. H.R. No. 2556; he by Royal King 2555; he by On Time 745; he by Stonewall Jackson 72; Royal King's lit dim Mollie Charles Jones, of Crab Orchard, has Mountz 2584. was by the noted sire Ctbbell's Lexington F. been employed by our telephono com- she by Eagle S. King Eagle'sby1st dam Hip 3579 Bird 1014. he Old King pany as lineman and expert, succeed- 750, 2d dam Red Lion, 3d dam Harris Eagle Den. ing Cleve Dunn. mark he by Miller Deamatk 45, 4th dam by Jim Prof. Hamilton entertained an appre- Bell. King Eagle It's 1st dam was Mollie Drrn-noshe byOld Drennon, 2nd dam Copper Botciative audience from 7:30 to 10 Saturtom and runs back to Davy Crockett, thoroughday night with tho latest popular vocal bred. and instrumental music at the McCor-mac- k Note. King Eagle is e yttit old; dark bay with one white hind foot; nice mane and tail. He home on Main street. hands high, weight 1,425 lbs. Tho concrete residenco of George Mo stands full 16 and well proportioned in every way. Kinney is nearing completion and has A combined stallion with plenty of speed, tho desirable features of being cool in style and action, and his colts show that he is a fine bieedrr. He had colts to come last Spring summer and warm In winter. A hand that the owners refuted $150 for before weaning some veranda is being added, time. He will make the season of son of Marlon Simp barn, one mile west of Waynesburg 1910 at out The on Fishing son, wnue piaying uau was BtrucK on Creek at $10 to insure a living colt. Mares tradthe cheek bono by a Bwif t ball. Tho ed, parted with or bred elsewhere without my bone was splintered and driven into tho consent forfeits the insurance and the money due at the time of such transaction. Care eye, causing great pain and possibly will be uken to prevent accidents but not resiwn-title the loss of the sight. should any occur Will also stand a COOD MULE JACK. SAM KEENE. Aid Society of tho Chris The Ladies tiled by S. tian church will hold a "pioand candy" of pedigreedT. Harm' greal Billy Keene and out )cnnet. Sam Keene u a .2 sale Saturday next in tho Ark burbling. hands high; black with white points. I14 has ie Here U tho opportunity for tho beau proved himself to be a good bleeder. Will to treat his best girl,) so don't let it at $0 to insure living colt. A ben retained on all colts until the season money is paid. pass. Everybody cordially invited. C. C. CALDWELL CO. SON V. B. Morse and wife will Ieavo next R. F. D. 4. WAYNESBURG, KY. week for a visit to their daughter at PltoM m residence; WaymaLsvg FactBen'Cx, E'.owab, Toon. Hustonville. )'W fVSataHSiiBalBHBBavsftaftBjak 4 e?"l 1., r m aL4s aa m PHILLIPS BROS.. Stanford, Ky. 3 05 o a 53 w n, J. J. BELDEN, For house, currlago and sign palntlnscdero. rutlve puper banning also buggy trliinnliiK ol nil kinds such na Ions recovered curtains nnd hoota made Htotioter Aldrldse'a black smith shop West Main HI., Hlnnford Ky., j'lione .u.t;n, J J. IIKLDKN. 3 3-- 4 E. S. POWELL & SONv Hustonville, Ky. MASON'S MEET. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. es Lincoln IjxIkc No.tHJ, r. A A. M. will meet I desire to sell privately my (took of Oro- In stated I'outmunlcutlou " oueli llrst mid certes and Hardware. Doing n good bust. third Monthly ntuhU of ench month, utHtnn-ford- , ne.s. Will Invoice nlKiut l.d00. lleusou I'M o'olock lutlielr hall on innlii strevet, III health. Ky. MeinVraof sister lodiiea are CJBO D HOPI,KU,Htanford,.Ky. Invited to be. present. T. NV, tSeo, When You Hav- e- .i.l Fruit and Ornamental Trees ! ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE I To Fo'l Call Those having claims against the ca. Kvery tliliia for Orchard. I .awn nnd (lurden. tato of Geo. U. Saulley, deceased, aro One Million HlrawberryplanW. notified to present same to tho underFrew UatnloKuea, signed, properly proven, fir payment. No Agents, H. B. Northcott, StuulorJ, Ky. 'Phone 15). TUURMAN K. TUDOR, Manoser, H.F. Hillenmcycr & Sooi, LMXaaoran, KaxTsoitr, Those owing him will please tnako George L. with me at on-- 9, Penny, adminlstrater. nt ij.MiiMltaatt.i.v..Uj iv x . t,m j- - i tt- - tr :'S" " APRIL SKHh 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. PAGE THREB 2 Giosino Out 20 to 50 PER We Also Offer at Stoves and Tinware. Cost , $-'- fit cost. tntre Edge StOG Of Hardware, Groceries, Queensware, Tinware and Seeds, a Good Chance to Save From CENT. OFF YOUR DAILY EXPENSES. Tools Cutlery.. Lot Of First Class Leather Goods. $1.80 and $1.40 5 range nt . A SMALL QUANTITY OF CHINA-WARnnd GLASSWARE. 10 PIECE TOILET SET FOR $2.00, TWO PIECE for 85c. No. 2 burner lantern SI value. No. 1 burner $11 heater " 1- -3 $0 COOKING UTENSILS AT G"c tea Kettles . . Including horse collars. $2.50 and $2 values $10 Riding bridles $150 values Hnmcs OFF. 10c $21 And Builders' Hardware Carpenter's Tools. lc Wagon and Buggy Rims One Third off 00c pols Regular Price. .... .35c 15c OIL CANS 60c PANS BUCKETS nnd AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. Wagon nnd buggy spokes 0 Inch stove pipe 7 No. 10 steel lnin plow No. 20 Wooden bemn - for Poultry fence " 0c $7.75 Screen AT $0.50 ft high . ft high . 5 " 1 ft high doors nnd screen IS . ... ... 2tfcft Shafts 2C lc ft Buggy tire nnd iron cloth ft Singletrees nnd crossbars . . . -3 OFF REGULAR PRICE. Money Saved on all ot These. 75c Hatchets, Hammers, Axes, Saws, $1 $1 pocket knives " " 50c 40c pair 75c " Planes and Levels. " 00c 40c 75c scissors 50c 75c axes 50c Table knives and forks same rate 65c hammers 40c $1.50 razors 75c $2 and $2.25 saws $1.40 and $150 75c razor strops 50c $1.75 planes $1.25 BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS and HARD- Also door locks, Padlocks, Door .15c dozen WARE. 35c piece . bolts and Hinges. A large Assort 15c G5c horse rasps 40c ment of Shelf Hardware, including pound 20 and 15c files . In and 13c . Hinges, hasps, Staples, Screws, Sash-lock- s, Saw files, Sets and Vises, Buggy Sashlifts, Curry Combs and clips and Plow clevises. AH 25 and brushes, etc. All at absolute coat. 50 per cent. off. A Clean Stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries, Tobacco, Cigars at Bottom Prices. Fancy Bottle Goods. Preserves. Jellies. Catsup. Prepared Mustard etc. One of the Best Lines of Canned Fruits Meats and Vegetables in Town. 13c 15c 17c 25c canned peaches, Apricots, Pears 23c preserved cherries. Raspberries etc. 3c 15c canned pens, Beans. Tomatoes, Beets, Pumpkin, Fineapple, for lie and 1 2c can. Gelatine nnd Extracts. Cerenls and Syrups. Karavan Coffees. Teas and Spices. 25c grade 20c 35c grade . 28c 15c grade 20c grade . 17c .. 13c 60c Best green tens $1 grade Still 'a Grinding Them Out Baking Powders, Soda, Starch. Wash Blue, Canned Lyes and etc. You can save 25 per cent, on these. 25c Bottle maple syrup 17c 15 boxes of Laundry soap and Washing powder, all the well known 3 Yi and 4c brands at CANDIES AND CIGARS. CAKES AND CRACKERS, CIDER VINEGAR. 7 5c cigars for 20c Spanish olives " 25c Hciuz preserves 5c size ' " . r 25c size gallon apple butter Sliced beef. French Sardines 10 nnd 15c size French peas and Mushrooms regular price 30c now ....... . 35c 20c 85c 12 and 8c 20c PURE APPLE 25c Small .... And a lot of other articles too numerous to mention. save pennies, big ones save dollars. purchases , Ottenheim. Cecilian 44165. Leaf Dorscy Golddust, Pence, r. ! ); JSJK iKri- "iVM Poou. 3-- 4 T. L. Tucker found a part of the case Sired the 12052. of a gold watch owned by C. II. Dawes roadsters; byI tlRed Leaf J2I390. by greatest o( .11 dim Day Maid Pence, Jr. will make the season of Cecilian. he by was run through a cutting-box- , that Gambrtta Wilket; 2d dam Nell by Batsora 1024; 1910 at the barn of the late John while filling a silo on W. T. Tucker's 3d dam Noon Day by St. Elmo 275; 4th dam by Spoorumore, mile from Rowland ae farm last fall. Pilot. Jr. 12. 810 to insure a living colt. It mart Full Brother to Ivtelle No. 219. held ,The stereopticon entertainment In Cecelian Leal the blood of C. F. Clay and Sired by Zilcadi Golddust, 4400 by is traded or parted with, season mon- t thn n.ithnlle church was a bitr suc Rrdilkes u united with that ot Cambett Vermont Morgan ey becomes due. cross Golddust 150, by Is a bay stallion, 7 years cess and was attended by a very large J Wlket nd Pilot. Jr.. nd should prote Pence. on to .Itinttu .Morgan. Hie ilnru old, full Jr. bands hlfrn, good style and wimn cannot dc cxceiiea. 10 crowd. Cecelian Leaf it a well developed, registered of Zilcadi Golddust was liy Imp. and action, by Pence, be br Itienzl, John Bowers, who has a large straw- trotting colt, four years Arabian stallion Zilcadi. The dam of .he by Belmont, he by Alexander's Ab- a berry patch, says that he was daman tHO while hind feet xnAold. He ii it rich bay with A rntir.n.llv Doreey Goldduet is Florence by Gol-de- u dallau. fence's tirsi a am uy Almoni lr od over $50 by the frost. 2d dam by Chief, 3d ' rangy for a trottinz hone. especially eraceful in Mingo Chief, a son of Gad's Com- Forrest, Grey Kagle, Garrard by 4th dam dam by haa high From a perch on a tree it seems to the neck; standi lull 15 et Morgan. Pence, Jr.'s 1st dam by in this ,10n and lots of style and finish, which, in addi- ''Yar that thorn U iinmethlntr faaaaBBBBBBl uy -i;a tie Hon to his speed, makes him ideal horse for Note This m au iutensoly inbred by unriow jc, Kd uasieiar, lUiZ,dam section that Is intoxicating, and we the stud. These Qualities are an what u needed Barlow's 1st Volunteer 55. ut desuggest that our magistrate or county in a site to bleed fifth class harness and walk- - Morgan stallion, the blood uow in by Woburu, 2d dam by a Maubrioo trot horses, and it is the walk-tithat sells (or the mand. A rich dappled bay, black horse, 3d dam by Mumbrino MessenoflWrs investigate. 's 2d dam VerIn this locality it seems that the to- most money and has the readiest sale. Cecelian points, 1G bauds high, 120 pountltt ger. Pence JrJr.'s colts by Gill's showare all mont. Pence bacco plants have stood the frosts and Leaf is unmarked but can'trot in 2:28. He will stallion of great beauty aud action, ing up nicely and they bear proof o( go for a record this summer. with speed and endurauco and unex him as a breeder. freeze without injury. "" He will make the season at the Pink Cottase Mares grazed at $2 per month; not celled as n producer of hiuh class Ed White and Herman Enslin. who miles (torn Stanford on the Huston-vill- e barn I show, road aud Eastern horses. The responsible for accidents or escapes left here a few weeks ago, write back pike. The fee to a limited number of ap should any occur. from the State of Washington that proved mares this season will be $15 for a livinu records of his produce both in show GKO. SPOONAMOOKE & BRO.. I and and Nile rings show his value they aro well satisfied and that farm coh. Season fee due when mare is parted with. Rowland, Ky. ing looks favorable. In offering the services of this young horse whose merit a a producer of flue road, show .. f. . Mrs. Nancy J. McKinney, of Gar- tire and whose dam's site aie among the very and ealo horcs. A look at sire and - iitiihi ,i'i!"V . "... : rard, spent a few dajs with relatives foremost of all Kentuckythathorses as sires of fancy colts will be convincing. show horses, I believe am making you aa Furniture and Uudertaking. here. Will make the present season at my offer of rare merit. C. E. TATE. Day Pboue 28. Stanford, Ky. farm 2 2 miles from btauiord, Ky, to approved marcs at $15 toins lire a Night Phone 133. living colt. Marcs kept nt 10 c a day. NO. U'Jli VOL. 11. Stanford, Kentucky. The beat of attention given but no aunoaw N' - DuJ'u -" -. This handsome young stallion the This fine black saddle stallion waj tired by the responsibility for accidents or escapes. & Son will great saddle breeding stallion. Old Stonewall. F. KEID. property of J. D. . .. 104 second dam by Denmatk, . make the season of 1910 at my This colt's dam was a Denmaik mare. He it a No. 54. otst dam Dell by Rhodenck. No. high tn. haJ.bihwith fine U,le and my hoev, 15 In Crab Orchard, Ky.. at the nice colt, and has colu to prove his good breed, barn brown jack" will make tKe bieedef. He u lh but jlw Ovrt 16 hands G ALTON very reasonable price of $15 to in- rig. Will stand at $3 to insure until weaning rasoa at our farm on old Danville pike .efused $3,500 Benson of mo. sure a livini! colt. tree. We hold a lien on all colli until paid for. Hcdgcrille and Hubbla at a fee of $10 BlreofOulvlnO. SiHUf, AI Harm, J:!9i. Black Joe by the noted sire tUanea mate made to stand by the impregnate . and lUotuera with trlttla tram I:) to i:i. for mare mule aod $8 for borse mule, to insure Li srasonwhen he was only 3 years of age. 'jaf n auuoo ttioje nratne only onea mat were ever Hand- living colt. of D,n. of the Lea. .winner a 2nd dam We have perfect tucceat in this breeding. 022. 1st dam Luclle He -- Actraad sjre ittN. . led forapevd. AUo the tire ol one dnin with r-- .. FtTZPATRICK & RANKIN., Lawrence Jones who paid JVW IOI lin, Bettie Robinson by Robinson's Ver one In tueHUMUit. Hired by Gambettn WIN Hilly HrecUlurldCe. Hedgeville, Ky. Y- - Mml, 14 19 0 for WW. kea S:t'i. tbe lire ot 110 In the ;) list, IS In fe mont Hambletonlon. He Is n black tw the greatest black lack was sired wiU make th. jeon o Pk-- oo "..., 42 SO .i, month buw,ll not be horse 15 hands high, weighing I) Thi fineimported jack, tie willby Major John KilO and butter, 6claimed to olJrum8;17 to In the world, ltt dam Puliy field mate the sea. sire Mams with record (uninilUuinnt i, traded or parted with o, 1025 pounds, 5 gaited and very fast ton of 1910 at my barn at $8 to insure a colt i:0N. by Knlleld J:a ot Jlnmbletonlnn 10, dum by Heelvy'i his rack and trot, with until weaning time. Hit get of 1909 is now on S:hutfliii!(::)U hisAmerican Htar. Knmild other stock both in bred lo daughtera have m In Y, good breeding. He it a to show B or natiani Olllcksti'p by plenty of style and action. Just the my farm getter. Jot hit sure foal tucky Trlnce,1111(1 .tlreof J. W tilVi, trillJr OrnliOn linrd, KeutucUy. nnuilM. ;fTll. kind of horse for the farmer to ions In the i::m list (D. SON, 3rd dam by Old Joe, tire o( tbe Uum ot J, Q breed to to get the best all round A. T. TRAYLOR PLEASANT (laltoucarrlea the Mood of our leiuilnir horse. See this horse before you Breeding Farm; Stanford. It. D, No. HILL hands high; by Dignity Bay Stallion; IS.3 4. tnmllleas llumbletoiilun. Wllkea.Mnmbrluo book your mores nnd I know you t'lilef HiidHele'AnierlcanMtiir. Dare. I st dam Minnie by Rwui; 2d dam PaulOntton't colu tune none HKnlntt, and de. go no further. Will keep mares will rouilYour tongue ts coated. feated ttie best III harm-- . rluiae and iellluK ine by Almoni Foieat; 3d dam Scllar't marc, a tar rlni71. thev nre lii ereut dt'liiund. on gruss nt $2.50 per month, but Your breath is foul. yeariluKa us hlult at SI.kU niter maturity. iiSt.l ii aaaa very fast pacer. He u a fine individual, high action . .a pounds, stands full 10 hands will not bo responsible for accident ia. t il..llAn vplll at Headaches come and so. and nice lo handle. A very fine draft stallion, weight 1.G00 mllea West of Hustonvlllenn Lien retained Major, 273. 3135. Grand Sire Scott. 2 130 or escape of stock. symptoms thuw that you stom- ttnblel plkB at to luturu u living coll Will make the season of 1910 at my farm a These ..Uih Ho was sired by Ben Ilur Seapaid. bred, 11 murotatmdedaderbvInK McKinney at $10 to iniuie a tire coll; money George Uur is half English coach and on colt for season until ach i the trouble. To remove the Money due l'lenty of gruit nt KM per month, auved Dim Jennie Beatrice, Clydesdale. Is duo If mores are traded or trr mtirMM. uo other fctook lulled Mlth forfeited if mare it sold, traded or bred to another cause is the first thing, and ChamberWill make the season nt son aud parted with orbred to other stock. lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will mures, have strata lott ted atlarge ttublet fur hone. half Clydesdale; best draft horses in the state. coat. S. M. OVENS & SON, uraln can be scan lit m place J. C. BAILEY, lUoUMlnrliliice,UuttonvlleKxohaiiKe. $10 to Insure n livinjj colt. Colta my place at McKinney, Ky do that. Easy to take and most effect W M. IHtDli. Crab Orchard, Ky I Iluttonvllle. Ky We. Sold by G. L. Penny. They show for themselves. Cl.(l,,n.l nnnu .....,.,,-- OH I tft ill. nr hi .. ... I will also stanu iwo jbcm mm u oucum M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford.Ky. luxe a living colt. lt -- - A ll? '. , HSTCSfiiBBH !."' imnMnHHHVAIB?'. j ot j - ..ii W. A. TRIBBLE, 1 PRESTON. - n.y. - Black Joe. Stoncwnll Jackson, Jr. RICHMOND. .TW.aWJSufaWI. S-m 12910. eofsrniifm., c j -7-- -" AILE ;, Powhattan GEORGE HUR, a 1 4 i . ,.., t i WAGE. FOUR I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL', STANFORD, KT. 'APRIL 29th 1910 PUBLIC SALE1 1 . , "' We will sell at public auction at the Fields place, 3 miles South of Stanford on All Hail to the Farmers and Stockmen! Behold the Conquering Herds Have Come! The Erie young Jack. Eictlttor aire Emperor, dam Hidalgo jennet, imported, will male the res. son of 1910 at the Cedar Creek alley Sloes, Cmi.Hsy, Crtia miles and Tobacco Tarra, 2 outh ol Crab Orchard, Ky, on the Chappeli'a Cap pile, lis was specially selected (rom lbs Cre.l Jack Herd" ol Mr. Isaac Shelby Tevis, Travellers' lift prior lo his sck sale two yeart ranch. so. lor the ,000-acr- e This cl is in his filth Jtar; rs black in color with characteristic 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, don't miss this sale. If you have anything to sell, let us know. W. H. Fields, W. M. Duncan, J. T. Morris. lt - nFiVJllPTION Bissssm HIk f. All Peavine ni 4092, 17. 15.3 hands, a dirk chestnut sorrel with and BREEDING! he by Rex McDonald 1833. best o( booe, conformation and action, sired by Ret Peavine Wirren Hirrii' Denmirk, 3rd dim by Skit dm Lucy Wells 6404 by Peavine 85, 2nd dim by (, bv Crockett. U M.lv NOTE. 1( you are looking (or the breed ol hories that are commanding the highest prices, here llrii. he hu ai much Peivine blood n h i pouible to get. being by Rex Purine and out ol old ffearine mire. Will terre a limited number ol marea at $25 to Insure living colt. 4rel stallion make the BlackSquirrel at the jards of A. T. Nunnelley, Stanford Ky., at the reasonable figure of $25 Ian black JackRUSSEL 58, dam. Daisy Denmark 188, with light points. ) to insure a living colt. Mares kept at $2.50 per month, and not respon- imiAusuii, iuii i4 nanut nigu with !, by Sumptcr Denmark, Jr.. 3rd dam, when sible for parted or much mi tab and action aa a hone, and aa a escape. Season or-ol- d Combined Htalllon thirk Mahoitanr tlav. we iht twundt. la absolutely sound In everyway. Kind dlsiMisltlon nnd colta entity bandied. He. has ateped eighths 111 16.2 with bed ol bone, and action with very henry mine Tros stalEon it dirk bay, lS bitched to a sulky; It nve galled: a Ureal show bora wearing the blue tie esrr mrlUil. since a yrarlln(t. at three years old wore IS nnRFFniMP.; Sue! bv Cecilian Chief, lit dam by Ultiraui 2nd. dam br Gills Vermont. 3rd a blues and one red out ot show , at n In olrring thii Million to the public, know he ii by Bay Dick, 4th dam by Bold Stocking. hone nnd aa a model It In a class to am himself. Ho st neer defeated except by what we need to gt slot big raojjh to breed, work ana lell. He m well enough bred to get trot. two of hit own colta, nnd hat won In rings of 31 head. Hit colt are alwn) a Inside the lw. "Will stand him at the very bw price ol $IOto iniute lite colt. money and when developed, make great At tame time and place Will d two good, saddler and high priced three nnd nve galled ahow tiortes. Hlxly neot bit get at jacks Jim Porter and Brignolia. These jacks are an average age of tSyenrt aold at an average price of fill He hat never lieen defeattoo well known to need advertising as I have ed Inn produce ring when thorn n wltb I to li of hi get. made several seasons with'lhem and you all know Think of audi saddlers at ha bat aired, namely, Nettlcton. Wlntom, rrotiwcl.the how they breed. Terms $8 to insure live colt. Jim Anderson Mare, Hay Pat. the Price r Herring Mare, Toile Dare. Uindnn Dare, Service fee due with all the above advertised Dare All. White foot. Prince Imperial, nnd a host of others that have lieeu sold from stock, when colt is (oiled, mare traded sold l.cutofl.rt)i, Uwkatbla record at a tire of aarUHer nnd w w bat they can do, DIUNITV DAKK. got by Cheat-- r Dare No bred to to other stock, Care taken to prevent 10 Ac; 1st dam by Welchtnniit ftMT A.T II. accident but not responsible should any occur, 1L; he by William Welch .ttl It be o by Kytdeke'a Hamliletoiilou No.TilA T II. It. will ncrtr mares this season of liWat my atnbte In Hustonville at the low prlow of fWTO INrtl'KK A LIVK COLT Money due when colt comet or mare traded Mc KINNEY KY Ph one in Residence. or removed, or bred to any other stock. A lien retained on all colta until paid for, Oraaa furnished at reasonable price for mare from n distance and mutt tie settled for before removed, ilreedlng hours from S to 10 In morning and I to a In evening. Z 3sfv', Mare will receive my pergonal attention, but will nut lie responsible for accidents or escapes, fill alto nt the sitae time and magnWreiitly brru oung utalllon place stand my great breeding M Jl- Jack This will maku ttif trnson of 1110 at mv fctalil PEYTON mnr Htnnford, Ky., oa the Hhelby city plkn m i.i iu msurt living cou. tfon vjirncK ao well known In the West End of Lincoln IllK-lhtfuull'iilchritnut abort back Iwnrv county, at 111) for mares and (?) for jennets, Iwneln fact the hlebrtt tvMo( tb trotler due when colt It foaled or mare traded, re nnupvrircvaitpo.iiion, ueiioyine srvnt moved or parted with, or bred to ant other Onward Hllver tbnt von lb ny nun imuilernr iiit.k he TrHntylranln In h sevi'n brat men In lion iiock. i'J"i by Hubble' ana trio inme year on tne IIU.UU Homier ter's Jennett.llrlgnolla nnd out of Jim PorMemorial and the M. and M. nil In broken lVylon la fine with very large bone and lienli nnd sold for t2IJa' Inter for tV ear " fck au. Don Vnrrlck It brwlW Iictly like Hpnii. foot, good IIneck and Inch good iuartert. well mounted hands high arid admired lib Queen Unit v.on TruntylvBiilii by all who see I said to , the In lux making a record of :U7 and sa class-e- d oess inula jbck him, and in Lincoln countv naoneof the bin four, lelnK one of the All arc Invited to come ami ee him greeted money wlnnera on the grand cir- I'lione In residence. cuit In ll'K. D. S. CARPENTER. ssssiKralnaaaaaaaaaaBnaaaaaaaaaaV trarararararamlvJMrat. OnnnlHIIer la by Onward, one of the HraTiiiYii ir, Kr. greatest und best sons of George Wllke. Onvtard'a ilnm was the dam of Director, the aire of that great family of trotter and pneera. Don Varrlcks dam wna by Wllkealloy, hyUeorge Wllkea a full altter to The WnyS:l&Hi"hd balf al'ter to e .MRSsII'P?'? l'litcben the dam of Itubh'r 1:10. LSl " Winchester :V Hilly Wilton and SHaBE LararararaHrHrrk?)'! ..AtfeSBSaBLs?1. him, . saBam " MlssK. SUti,ndilni Mnrr by lloirg'alirey rsaBre sbsbsbBsm. . j .fSSsp sBBs iflrararararaBsralBrc a .TsaeBBMe'i Kagletbedam of The Way and Madlene Shetland pony, 3 Inches tal!. own 'vSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnYirrVr'r'Banr Hrav'rsrsisll 5i?lfc,?,'3SJUe, ram Don Varrlck'adnm produced Dr. Conner eu oy iiuRU Keid rosier, will make tbnt puced n public hair mile on the tno season at to insure a Ilvinjr colt. aWytsSBBBBBsfirsrflt snVaVaVBBaVPT IBa1rHraMKCJk!raiiralrak' Ietlngton track. nt 14 mouths In !:(?., and no is ny an imported nonv tliat cost aold toN. W. Hublngerof New llnren for SBBBarsraKissV UflW, he lilso prrxlucetl Maggie Igo, that Si,vw in tuc bbetland Islands, and Is trotted a half mile on the aniu track nt it ri;urded by horsemen us the best month old In 1:11 and aold for (.'. Dn pony In Kenticky, defeating all comVarrlck It fnat game mid alwaya on the ers In the show ring In 1003. Lun r trot, very rarely ever lensea his feet. Inn talned on all colts until season la vieeka bundling lait Kail he t rotted n n half mile trnck In si'r Mec. Iiulf In Ipnlil. Mares patted with or bred else- llluand the mile In i:1-- , on the outside of truck. Please note the rich Inherltnnce of mieru lorieus insurance and money speed on lotb aldea. not a mlssliur link for becomes due. Will maVo the seaon at generations, llreed to this fellow and toil I my farm. JOHN 11. FOSTF.lt. cun't nil.a the four thing eery breeder I HO to inmirn Stanford, Ky. Washington 54, by Cromwell 73, by Wash- See him tiefore booking your mares. Henson Sired by Preston 922, by . money due when niarea are parted with or ington Denmark bred to another bor.e. Mure nt KM 1st dam Baby Pence, sired by Enoch Arden. 2nd dam Lady Pence by per day and nil care taken, but keut not lie will responsible for accidents or eacnpet. Don Almont Forest 2863. 3rd dam by Garrard Chief. Varrlck la n lf:lu trotter If he bad the proper He has handling. He is a beautiful bay 15 hands high four years of age. Also nt tame place will stand aiore .natural action tnan any norsc living, ana i rom ms success as a Two Owned by J B. Sandidde, HusTwo, show Irorse in his three year old form bids fair to make a greater show tonville Ky. Bay stallion, left hind OLIKTOX unit ItlTiSHKI.. aorse than his grand old sire, being undefeated in his class as a three Clifton la a black Jack with light points, 4 year old and ulways getting his part in the stakes against the crack show years aold last Hepteniber, 15 hands high foot white; foaled Nov. 17. 1904; with matchless bend and ear, well net on sire, Prospect, by Dignity Dare 1882. it rangy neck, baa plenty honenndnubstance lorses of 1909. and as n breeder be la not aurpaased, stock Dam Squirlie 191, by season of 1910 This great young will 1 ita-.- DALMAS. Red Light. sorrel horse, 4 yours old, 1J hands high, extra weight and bone. Sired by famous roadster and sire, Ited Leaf, who U too well known to all horsemen to need description and pedigree, he by C. P. Clay 2:1S, 1st dam by Ited Wilkes, Red Light's 1st dam was Day Mold by Cecilian 2:30 son of the great Oimbetta Wilkes: 2nd dam Nell by old Ualsora, 3rd dam Nnnn.hr bv St. Elmo: 4th dam Mid night by Pilot, Jr., 5th dam Twilight by titxington; eta uam uarxness oy Wagner. In offering the services of this promising young stallion wo feel safe in saylmg that with his size, stvle. form, speed and action that he Is bound to prove a great stock horse. Will stand at my livery barn in Stanford at SlTi to insure a living colt, money uue wnen colt is foaled or mare parted with. Do sure to see him before breeding your good mares G. G. BEAZLKV, Stanford, Ky Red Digital Dare 1982. ll-- !.) 11 bar-nes- K, grsy trimmings a Irue pacture o( an idesl scki spaisgon ol style, symmetry snJ pcrfechon; has msgniftcent head, ears, neck and body; a strong, pleasant countenance eiprcssuif gratitude; alert, aquatine ryes; the ears the right sue, form and beauty, thst vibrate in uatsoa and ha tmony; animated by true and fond emotions. Th 'neck, shoulders, trunk, (ret, legs, thighs, muscles, sinews, bones and tail correspond in unique proportions and at once indicate he u a picturesque model lo his Jackship, I Ir hu the action, agility and animation, ol a "racer" or Arabian steed, sad demon-strsl'o the beholder, he u the gifted son ol a noble sire, and has always Irani-minlo his colts sue, form, symmetry, style and beauty with elegsner, sad these attribute I mVt them sell h'gb. AH colltol his have beta mare mules eicrpt Iwo and all hsve aold (rom $6S lo $125 si wrsaing or soon after weaning eicrpt two; they are net (or sate. Excelsior has a strong, snorous rhythmical, leaor voice and brsys the hours in chionologicsl order, and in short or long metre, sings: Royal Donkey I Onkyl Onkyl Oaky! I say; I sayl Escrlsiot-t- he Wai surd and foaled tn Old Kaintuck; And Lrrs to work aaj (or luck. I sayl I say I'm the Royal Donkey! I sayl I say. See and hear the Roy al Donkey! Chorus -- Onkyl Onkyl Onkyl Jenny; Jenny, Jenny, my Jrnnyl Onkyl Onkyl Only! Dy special permission the following gemlernea anj ciliirni of Lincoln county have kindly consented to be used as reference and rnJorsemeat: having raised or purchased his produce and (ttonally know this jack as s great breeder sad that hu colls are rated wah the best, vif: Messrs. John Saylor, Joha Henry Harris, Dram F Long: Morgan Chappie, George I lolmts. Lute King. Ilowen W. Civrni, Jocobum Rrtnessrach and I. S. Trvu. Etcrlnor wi'l stand at W under same conditions as the stallioa Redatgo. El. celssor is the sue of s very fine jennet colt anj ii destin"d to be a great jennet jack , The season (or cnnrts will be $15. R. S. Scudder, Galton s Pedalgo Prd. N. or S'rJMraWraMraTaCJKaff $fSRH 5l Pffiinnii??Ho2&iS BSBEElQm'i DON VARR1CK n The young stallion. Gallon's Prdalgo, will sUndat the 1.000-Aei- t Ranch. He is a dark bay, IS hands high, lour years old, has all the essential (actors of a mod-stallion. Sued by Gallon 12910; dsm 3715, she I by register Abdallo Mrrabnno ihe season cost $103. 2d dam Lottie Morey by C. F. Clay, etc, etc. This stallion combines the blood ollhe Hambtrlonun, Wilkes, Mrmbrino, Seely, American &ar and day families, anj will stand at $10 lo a limitei number of gooJ mares. Lien rrtaineJ on colts until sea ion is paid. Money due at once if mare is sold or IrsJrJ. Will ny b? reipoaalite for accidents or escape of msres. Mires partured st $2 per month II you waat stylish, fast trotters, breed lo Pcdslgo. - ,. .Bulldine, the Peerless. II A hornless, led Short Hot, Dull, an ideal animal in color stvle, I lorm. sue. simmrtrr. wcajht. muscle and bone, wilt stand at One Dollar, cash at the lot, wah privilege of return. All farmers should raue the lesl bee! cattle; at pavs to keep the brst. It is the bull that is the girat lactor in Uaawnitttng ideal conditions and developments in the herd. Therefore, bring your ows anj get calves yotl w.ll bo ptouJ of anJ thai will sell themselves without chin muiic Farmers who brer J to the best sires, raise the best slock anj get the b;U prices. We aik the courtesy lo pjrehase at ih; tnitket price the pro-- nr of other buyers. these fine animals 1--jJ rstJrHLrsVi tbijii 1 Aw'1''l' flVTTrararB irarararaBBHrararraVjHksraraB KfTl lt Dock Grey 'fB tH Mad-len- . 32BR t:. I I isssHl5'T;.rili'lj.lllJiisWl, jer '' 'PB'PiraBHriVHItBIK'Jrarararararr Tlie King of: Lincoln C uunr-tero- CARROLL PRESTON. Sequel, No. 2512. Mighty Jacks A notable anj prolific sire, Thu Jersey bull was sireJ by Dr. Vsjjht No. . 729J5.ds-nRbnuNoI2J6I0, "A. J. C. N. 8 West 17th St, New Yoik, N Y " will slsil at Thres Dj!lars,caih at the lot, wah povilsje ol reCowi aid heifers piiturcJ al reasonable rales. This bull's progeny have turn len 85 p:r cent b;ilers. Ida hijh gra It heifers hive ssUlrom $55 to $50 per hraJ si short anj low yeaihnii. Errry family shouU have a gooJ Jersey cow, as Always hsve goljea Jersey cream anj living. a mi'ler ol can'orl, econjny, butter, for no other tsites like this good, yellow butter. Stockmen anJ tobacco raisne will do well to ke;p ihrir eyes on I, ODD-re Ranch wah its fiaj sto:V, grsisy pssturei, abuidsnt water, prolific limtitons and and much virgin soil, (ucturesque foieits and timber snJ beautiful landscape!, wire pikes, fs.nei aid leiant hrjtii and tobsseo barm. This Isad produces the fines! quality of lobaseo; crop of 1933 solj for 16 cents; 1909 ' crop aoU (or IS.cents pel pourvdy gi John B: & Jamie G. Carpenter, Jr., Mnnnjiers. R F. D. No. 1. accident or to other stock. due mares are with W. O. Walker, breeder ho la the equal of any jack, llotb of these Jacka villi servo mares at 110 to Insure n living colt. Trading the mare forfeit the Fannie Wallace 56, by Sir Wallace. Crab Orchard, Ky. Some Kentucky Fair Dates. 27- -3 days. days. Versailles, Aug. Danville, Aufir. 3- -3 days. Lexington, Aug. 8- -6 days. Taylorsville, Aug. 9- -4 days. days. Harrodtbunr, Aug Hrodhead. Amr 173 days. Stanford, Kentucky. BEAD NABOTII. OJOM. Insurance. Oarewllfbe taken to prevent Sequel is one of those full accidents, but will not beretponslblesbould any occur. Jenneta will be, oared fur after ones with two jjood ends 'and June 1st, and bred by private contract. J.JIfWQODH, TO THE FARMERS. wlllcontlnue to handle Fertilizers In the Jumbo and MoKlnney sections and aik my old patron to remember me. I also ask the patronage of many new customers. IM'.SIITI.K. London, Ky, I Watzmann. No. 343 Coach This .splendid German lorse was foaled May 21, 1903; by M. Hanenkamp, in Germany. He as importwl by J. Crouch & Sons, of Lafayette, Indiana. He was sired ky Eskimo. No. 1400. He is a very fine type of the best German coach horses, and sold for $3, three ears ago. K. I'.WOOIiH, fr Hired by Naboth 19111. llecord 1,M(. lleau Nubolh'a first Dam Morn llauirhiimn br . Norat 6WI record J.UH by second dam Iela Jr., sired by Metropolitan 10, third dam Jose 1J71 by llnnilltonlon nlilne, slre.1 by Moabrlue Htarllght X9I2 by Darlbay ttl. fourth dam Marv Wither, bv Oliver thoroughbred, llftb Dam sired by Wagnsr, Uth dam aired by Imp Tronby, seventh dam sired by Tbnrntnn's lluttler a large horse standing 14 Hunu Naboth hands and weighing condition 1,1) pounds. When be become acquainted with the story of his limited education you beglc to renllze'ltiiitbe U truly uremurkable barne.s Stallion, that he must be u gp'iit lior.o la proved oviiiewonueriuiprugietsinui lie nas made, with verr little handling be ba nrovvu to be the cuamnlou bariie stallion of Kentucky He has won over the hett has produced. of He will make the season ut my horses that K'entuiUjee that thcrn ItenU no him and you will lire bred tlnlllou In Kentucky ttiuu he la. place; ut Hustonville. ut $l' to in- - letter He gets couiblued burse., give bun a Middle mare be ulll get )ou u saddle ;wre living colt. lenll.glte bun a trotter mare, be will get ' you it trotting roll, remember llenu Naboth Itiombiued, with more record fmullli stban J. K. BAUGHMAN. niot ant bore in Kentucky, tieorge WUkt Kieuiioneer liuilliliouioil nun lour croea Stom.ch and Liver ShambvUla'a nature In drivinB all im-TUMm SeSlSd 'W QstTltiea out of the system, a uuy horse. Will stuud ut the tfuuuelley Jo',"VooU! Ir s.H rfl.il.e enn.lltlnn and r.nrin t".esue uest personal care caretaker, 'phone ..- w...-.-- .. ivi. lasen. akrerxstnsof the body to health nrllI lee 111 to Insure a llvlus colt. PKTU-W- . J.M Sold by G. L. Penny. M length. ThDllf 4 Rings, Htunlord, Ky. 1 I Itrtt-olni made a mid dle; is nn extra individual in every respect; just such a one as you see winning the blue ribbons in the show rini!, is fine rJaited, neve touches himself anywhere and is a verylrifjh 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 miles to qee. Sound. This horse will Lancaster, July 34 94 London, Aug. 234 days. Nicholssville, Aug, 303 days. Barbourvllle. Aug, 31- -3 days. Montlccllo, Sept. 6,- -3 days. Glasgow, Sept. 2S- -4 days. State Fair, Louisville, Sept. 12 da vs. Shelbyvilk, Aug. 23- -4 days. G aUt 1 ?lSl0RJ'lK,h8:SSi rVrSS.'irr.!: J ? :?' at Every year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and racked With COURhs, are urged to KOtO another climate. Hut this Is costly nnd Reaching The Top. noi aiways sure, mere h a uetter way In antf caiiinD-o- f lire demands a vkmr. Let Dr. King's New Discovery cure you! ous body and a keen brain. Without at home. "It cured me of lung trou- - health there is no success Hut Electric ' ' greatest Health Builder ble," writes W. K. Nelson, of Cala- - I Uj world has ever known. It compels mine, Ark., "when all else failed, nnd ! the Derfect action of stomach. liver, kid- I gained 47 pounds In weight. Its sure- - neys and bowels, purines and enriches ly the King of all cough and lung the blood, tones and Invigorates the cures." Thomanda owe their lives and whnlo system and enables you to stand oi your work. health to It, Its positively guaranteed the wear add tear sufferingdaily kidney from "After months of Coughs, Colds, LaGrlppe, Asthma, trouble," writes W M. Shermtn, Me., for Croup-- all throat and lung troubles, "three bottles of Electric (Jitters made 60c and $1; trial bottle free at Penny's me feel like a new man," 50c at PenDrug Store. ny's Drug Store. make the season at Hustonville $1'A50 to insure living colt. Forced to Leave Home. ft Evsrv single srorin that lives Id one ol Tour hot-- la aatlne no Bonis of voar Droflts worms treed so fast thai bfnra vnu k now llttiare are Bullions nl tbsm and prstl soon tlie bol drove la lafectad. theai-CJ- Pal Don't feed t&ses) paraallee-al- U ttiara. Nottiuur is aa oulck sor a sort as . This remarkable mad. tested Sill will dMtmr evsrr last worm In your lines, Khsep, and all other stuck. noslUvsIr prsvent Infection. It Is a wondsrful toole sndm eondltlnner, lmand will ihwmthm-mmpM? m the aolmala It none direct tu tte worm-klilat4imacha and IntatUoee In brlme eondlUnn. so trial everr ounce of food ihm aulrual sou to malt a lyrodt lor you, Uoats ooly 1 ol a Cent per da la msnofactnrsd brttie S. ml'Vt UouiiiaD, uevsiaou, duo. IUFsU DBM't Les Ham Profits eu -fTs-ar-ra si rarmtlttty PENC1S BItOS., Stanford, Ky. ME23 MftMMfttoJrtMMkA tfUlUJNMbMMMMWMwMyMIMl WM-M- OI wnm1"'"'! ,ii' Hl.liillin IMIIIliWIIIWWIIII'Wfw IAPIIIL IDth, 1D10 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. PAGE FTVK SUMMER 'UNDERWEAR. era ICv 11 n ,v MBHll 11 Lit LAGE CURTAINS; r . ' Lndics Sleeve Vests Lndics Knee Length Pnnts Plain or Trimmed I 'II !.! 1 ..t. uimcs aiumo LuiBiii i nnu Vests nt Lndics 5c, Lndics Union Suits nt . -- .. 71. 10C, 25c Thirty Different Patterns in Mission, Nnttirighnm nnd Cobcl Nsfc Any Good Judge of Merchandise Is Welcome to this Store nt nny Time 25c nm! nil Times, to Compare our Goon's and Prices with Other Store Prices. Curtains 75c to $7.50 per pair. Arabian Mission Netsnt 10c, 12J4 nnd 15c. New Summer Poctairres$2to.$4.5,. ,cj For the More you ComiMisc the Surer You arc to Return and make your New Damask Poctairres $2 to 15c, 25c, nnd 50 Purchases here. Put this Statement to an nctunl test for your own in- 25c, 50c, nnd SI ' terest SEVERANCE & SON, NEr.ot.E9, IlobMni nnd Shuttles for all sewing mschinrs t Penny's Drug Stanford, Kentucky. You will take no chances if .you btrj, A NICE home home on Logan Ave for sale or rent. Apply at this office, tf Hart, SchalTner & Mnrx clothes f Seed corn nnd sorghum seed at the Cummins & Wearen. They are j?ia Country Store. L. It. Hughes has already laid a fine a.itccd, every thread wool. A new lawn fence at W. II. Higgins concrete foundation for his handsome THE home of 0. A. Riddell, neatCon-way- , residence on E. Main street. nt a bargain. LOCALS. Rockcastle county, burned rl Second hand Bell City separator for Rev. U. M. Walker will preach at calo at a burgain V. O. Walker, tf. the Logan's Creek Christian chureh 3 Several fine harness horses for sale; Sunday afternoon at o'clock. mm.. I..... i rtn 17 cnnrn.i i... ' ' WE are constantly replenishing our Try our new hand fertilizer corn stock of Queen Quality and Oxfords planter. Every farmer needs one. W. ' Call and see some of tho latest. Cum mins & Wearen. ' Higgins. Store. PEPSONALS. Kev. It. U Maiionv was in London this week. , Kev. Homer of Shelby-villjoined his wife here this week nt the homo of herjmrvnle, Dr. nnd Mrs. J. (J. Carpenter. Mits. M. C. Sauii.kv has returned from n visit to her daughter at nccompanicH tiy lur little Caiii-kntkkgrand-daughte- e, this week. It Is thought to have i'c nlttd from a defective flue. Wll-mor- e. r, l. larfvly intvrrttrd Co will ptoiMv MNd U kH"t Mile paper "rs earth to mm for another rar " Mr. and Una. It S LTi.r and h.iM- - r, niece, MiaS'Knbtrte tOTMd from a stay of t rtl no Kn in v- I Muhlraburg euniy tle Ntl, Snlliv Itownn lyognri, Mrs. Nannie Fixanii, of Itlchmond, isvliitlng Mrs. A M. I'eland on tho' Dnnvlllu piko. She will viait Mrs. II, Horry at HiMtnnvilla. In rnwiDR for tl.- - I J , W. I. vMs. fjj m W0?fhzz4 5Ma orline, rich, I)IaIn ,0(M, rN iirwl 7w& "equally vaIuabIesi)ife!Srk3 and savinn. ' ' fiL&w&VR Phillips Bros, have opened a !arz concrete molding yard on Whitley tve and aro making blocks for a number oC residences which wilt be built here tixr spring. netting of 15. Turnersville. Pl'KB Plymouth Hock eggs, $1 for Mrs. A. It. Nunnelley of Kimbrly. Utah, wnfw: "Vuu f r sale at bargains. iVnce Bros. Sekkal ... scond-lan- I wood See buggies us quick. J tf i'w.. wrtJV Indispensable ym ror nome Damng (crnfimim ,i : - Old papers for sal; all nice and clean; auitabta for shelves, etc; 23 for This offlea. For Sale. a tim 17 i id tl.f l' w r C....I and tb Nelson Creek ('.. He i aeeraiary and nrn4ri,i rrnctivfl of thaao com pan in. Ta Crerk mios were only recently opened and' are yioMbtg about MH) tons day, while alwut 1.000 ton are hoing taken dally from the llevier riitniM. Advo- VMtuirwaMxiwx'' I ' -- jgagEy trap and a nw Stanfurd, Ky. Two antique sideboards, Box typv-wriie- r. tf H II is impossible lo bu well, simply impossible, if the! bowels arc 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 your doctor about Ayer's Pills. He knows why they act directly on the liver. Irust him. J.c AwFUo'Lowell.Mass. mpossB ifole to be Well i A. L. Ms niii I'kof. J. W. Ikpianu. principal of th Mitnford '.ih I'd school. v.ns h"re Perryvillr. Mis IV.rl liiNTtv Suturduy. Prof.' Ireland wn formerly connected with the llarrcxUburg Acad- from a viit to Buyle ctunty rolativtc. went over emy and was warmly welcomed by his j MlM Lokaine Camthei-to Lancaster Wcdnwdsy to visit friends. cate. many friends here. Ilurrodaburg Missm FnANcrs Cooi'R t and Kill o THE Warren Gnpsliv Chapter of the U. I). C. wilt meet with Mrs. Mary I L. M. Wksterkielo, chief train jjg. iiunmuii are guests or Mr. Jamie Uaij at llurch Saturday nftornoon ut 2:80. patcber of the L &. N , has returned poiter Dm Ofcra d. Mrs Pat W. Winn'onJ little baby Tho Current Kvents Club was from several vceks spent nt Colorado entertained Thunday after Spring;, Colorado, for his health. He are visiting her parents. Judge and Mrs. Tilford, nt Liberty noon by Mr. Clarence K Tnic. Tho slopped by for a short visit with his illis J. C. Hays bus been confined subject for discmeion Mas "iialley's D. Elmore's to wife nml youngsters at M. her home with la grippe for several Comet," nnd Mrs. V. M Hright read before proceeding up to Livingston. days. the principal eosay. Mrs. Walter Fields, of Turners villc, won the guest of her cousin, Miss Jennie Hocker, this week. Mr. J. A. McRouerts, 'of Camp bcllsville, was mingling with his many old friends nnd relatives iiereycstcrday. E C. and Claiiiornc Walton and Ij is. Loopcr Iihvo returned from a " , short stay at Martinsville, lnd. II. II. I0CAN', the popular hotel man of Crab Orchard, was here on business Nrln pr luss trip 0 Seats for th Graded School Operat-- -1 tas Friday nlxht will be on sale at Shuhis returned gar & Tanner's o. C B. Lrghoiin eggs for sale Best laying strain. Write or phone Mrs. II. L. Berry, Hustonville, Ky. 7 10 pp sasaiBSBza o tni$v?9Bm?mffiEM) I I Do You Realize. n For Sale Few nice Buff Orpington cockerels. Also eggs for hatching. Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stanford, It F. I). No. 1. How's This? W efffr On llundri-DolUrt nrvird lor nr caw of oturm tLat cannot L currd t Hall l I For IVIen Only. I r. 1. CHENEY A CO . Toledo. O. W. the undrrttetin!. hair known F 3 Ctrory tnt tbc Lut II jean, and brllrvr him rtectly hon. orable In all bualnrM tranrarttona and nnantlalljr viv u uut auy vuiufaiiuni miur uj du win. Caurrb curr. That the visible supply of cotton is now 2,500,000 bales and on this all the mills of the world have to run for months to come. It is simply a matter of nature not supplying a sufDont ficient crop for the needs of our growing population. you think you should take advantage of the opportunity to cover your needs for some weeks to come on H0OSIER SHEETING a yard wide, unbleached muslin which is woven from full round threads and is free from all foreign substances and will grow whiter with each visit to the tub at the price We are offering tliis week only. 7c per yard. tu Vt Vt uoWal I)ructa, To'fdo. O. Hall's Catarrh Curf In takrn InUrnallr. acting dirrrtlr upon ttw blood and muroua aurlim of the iirm. TMtlmonlala wnt Irw. JTI :j ctnta Iwttlr. Fokt by all Ilruicbta. Take llaHi ramUv 1111a lor ronrtlpaUoa. L-- ALBINO. KlHIll A URT1. pr l A)DfUN'l! 'CUIO.-LMVI- !H9JB9M $ suramin;) Thursday. Mrs. J S- - ItlCE returned from Louisville Thursday. Sho says that Mr. Rice is greatly improved but will not be able to leave for several weeks yet. Miss Jennie B. Wiloiier has arrived home from Cadiry. Canada where she ipent a year with her sister, Mrs. Charles Lutes. Misses Louklla and Helen White spent Wednesday in Lancaster, the guests of friends. J. C. Reynolds, who is handling a wiro jn fine shape ut Lebanon, came up for a short stay with tho humefolks. J. Warren Hocker and Miss Jennie Hocker, will leave next week for an extended visit in the West. After spending some tinlb with their brother, R. W. Hocker, at Lnllarp, Kunsas, they will visit their nieces in Texan and also go to Missouri, Kansas and Louisiana. At tho recent session of the D. A. R. held in Washington City, Mrs. Jean Daviess Warren, Sam Roihnson has just completed a set of tho finest clothes' racks and nicest shelving in this part of the State in his big store here. The now band is progressing finely and Musical Director Deemer says the conooys will be able to give open-ai- r certs in a short while. Tho organization has been greatly strengthened by three experienced musicians Messrs. Harry Jacobs, cornetist (the monument man), and J. C. Hnmmack, barytonist, of McKinney, and Walter Weaver, a trombonist, an old member of Henry Savon's famous band. W.E. PERKINS, i L. I!. Hughes CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY, J i I Barn Lumber For Sale! 120,000 feet of Boxing. Sheeting T. W. Humble V. O. Martin ted as vice-rege- a well deserved honor. and Frame Lnml)t;r for Barn Patterns, which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn, Hay or good Horses and Mules. Prices on this very reasonable, for I want to sell. Write of Danville, was elecme nt once. Respectfully, of the organization, Sipi'Le. London, Ky. C. NOVELTIES. W8 We J. Aq -- pos aiB oqx M:r-iO- A sXa uoui .moA idfl iijav noX pus uiaijjj uo .ibiu apx?.i; aA4jiBn,J) uaan() sbij sAnq aijs ;biji. jibcI ;xau aij; ;Bi3Dg 'ps) guiqsinunsip nO H IlB SSBP B sjnd ;bij A4jiqBjnp Bq; puB Bip j 3Ai 'ooqs sjs u! M Mrs. FoiiKsms Reid and daughter, Miss Kathcrine, have returned from a stay of several weeks in Chicago with Mr. and Mrs. Henry II. Banford. Miss Kuthcrine, who has been quite ill during her absence, is greatly improved. Danville Advocate. Mk. and Mrs. M. E Haider, 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. 200,000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices. I have 200,000 feet or lumber suitable for tobacco barns and other building purposes nt reasonable prices. Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want. nnu can suit you. 1 I received the lat- 9 est and newest that the market can furnish in the way of belt pins, links, beauty pins, collar sets, hair nets, barrettes, jabots and turbans, belts, belting, collars etc. have just , sus WALKER OWENS. Pougo, Ky, Shipping Point Mt. Vernon. lf HUGHES, MARTIN & uaanf) aq; diqsu?uiiOM poo o:jui ;nd si ;uq; We Don't Mind The Owner Watching us while we are doing n job of plumbing for him. We do honest work nil the time and it makes no difference who looks on or who doesn't. We shall be ghul If we to figure on your next job. get it you nnd we will both le pleased. CO., v mx auy aqx 'qgnoua uayo sauo Aau )d$ jou pjnoo aqs 'piioj os aioAY ;i q sgm 'aoqs Ai junf) uaanf) aqi. o; puq aqs q uoipofqo Auo aq; iiBjuapyuo o sn pjo; puauj lR xidm Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes4 L Large, airy outttda STANFORD. KENTUCKY. CLEMENS HOTEL J, L. Elms, Pror,, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. L& N. TI7-T- E TKBL6 No.II.Hotilb.lIilrtp.ii. No,n,10dA. u. No.aHOUtll.lOlUA M. No.H.NortU.liWA. m. No.. NortU,6:l'j v. u. LT J.. .. Aiiii v mv Iniiii in inm limn iirii lirn-- i iiiiii ii J W. K. WARNER, STANFORD, KFNTUCKY. trawl' h upvclulty. Hiwolnlttrule, by or mouth. The proprietor In former Commercial wk n ouauty ruHit ami 111, (rloiuli aUoukl w htm slopping lu Ult town. iwuilwr lilm Liu-coi- room,. r. Ho.K.IMr.u. JOS. 8. RICE,:Agent. "3 T "5 ""5' " -- - wpn'inimi0wt.m i 'n , f' ' i' 1910 ?A6ESIX THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, EX FARMER'S Resxtttered APRHi 20th Eczema. The Electric Light Treatment 77ic most celebrated DKPARTMSHT.. Why Salves Fa eczema'R-erms tuurc iatc. and poputar treatment of today. itatl ol the leading hospitals, physicians offices and sanrtoriumsol Europe. More recently the xtnfical profession of this country hie become interested in thu new and powerful cure and ph)sicians. hoipitalt and lanitanumi are installing thu moit efficient means of apply. capable of rendering important trrtice in nearly every known chronic a remedy which sVase. The effect ol the treatment u highly Ionic and it rapidly eliminates the cause of such It has a long record of jtseases as Rheumatism. Nervous Diseases and Digestive troubles. wrcs of Asthma, Bronchitis, Obesity, Fatty Degeneration of Heart. Neuralgia, Sciatica, Kid-tr- y and Liver Disorders, affections of joints. Chronic Headaches, Chronic Constipation, of the skin and many chronic diseases of the nervous s)stem. This Electric Light treat-Wcan now be had in Danville of THE ELECTRIC LIGHT TREATMENT wns unknown nnd undreamed of before 1891. In that year Dr. J. II. Kellogg, of Battle Creek, devised tic first Electric Light treatment apparatus. Two rears later apparatus mado after the original model was exhibited it the World's Fair (n Chicago. A visitor from Germany saw the apparatus, became Interested in it, visited Battle Creek to Iwcomc XartiUinr with the technique of its use, nnd 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 weed of a distressing ailment nt Hamburg, by means of a scries of these light treatments. As a result he had the apparatus installed in Ids Windsor nnd Buckingham palaces. Emperor William, of Germany, soon after followed his example, as ikl several of the other crowned heads and titled families of Europe. Since then vsst numbee o( these light apparatus hire been made and are now in ue in rt MILLS BUILDING, FREDERICK DEHAVEN.M. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. the time information D. TELEPHONE 496 of such transaction. For furthe call on or address the undersigned. King Eagle. No. 2556. Vol, 6. A. S, H. R. King Eagle is 16 hands W(t. dark bay with flowing mane and tail, goes .tit tie gaiU with plenty of speed, style and action. PED1CREE.-Sir- ed by Royal King.2555.he 1j Oo Time, 745, he by Stonewall Jackson. 72, Royal King's 1st dam MoUie Mount, 3584, F. S. By the noted sue Cabbeli's Lexington !Cu Eagle's 1st dam Hip 3579, she by Eagle SediOM. he by Old King Eagle. 750, 2nd slam by Red Lyon. 3rd dam by Hams Denmark Se by Miller's Denmark, 45, 4th dam by Jim SJeB (thoroughbred.) NOTE. King Eagle is a combined stallion, a breeder of fine color and high styled colls, they ! hating size, style and action. He sired the Qolt that won the $50 stake at the Stanford fair nd the $100 stake at the Lancaster fair, defeating there four of the get of the great Rex Pea-irt- v This get of King Eagle was second in be $300 stake at Harrodsburg, with 24 entries defeated the colt that won this stake two out vd ul tliree shows. His colts are in demand, bring "he highest prices. King Eagle will make the .sttarcl season at the low price of $15 to insure Eros colt. Will also stand the great mule jack. Jim Keene $I0 for mares and $20 for jennets to insure a lug cole Jim Keene sired by the great Billy .Cocoe. 1st dam by the Imp. John Wells, 2nd dam rwBeechei. Jim Keene u 15 3-- 4 hands high. 'Vad with white points, a great mule jack. All of the above mentioned stock will make miles rie season of 1910 at our stable 2 'Ve of Stanford on the Shelby City pike. iKares traded, parted with or bred elsewhere for-fathe insurance and money becomes due at red Shorthorn' bull for 15-Englcman, R. C Thompson, of Crib Orchard, bought a handsome bay gelding of W. L. McCarty for $350. FIVE good second hand buggies for sale. li. D. Carter, Stanford. For Sale. -- Pure Boone county white seed corn, $1,25 per bushel. Seo sample at Lincoln County National and First National Hanks. Also 15 bushels of cultivated hemp seed. S. J. Embry, Jr., nnd John C. Pcpplcs, Stanford. Sidi, the great Percheron stallion, which Wnler Walker has had standing here, wilt be in Mt. Vernon for the next two weeks. After that ho will be in the stud here again. Briscoe Crane, of Hrumfield, ship d bogs to ped a of Louisville. The hogs were bought of different farmers in Doylo at an average of SJc. 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 almost ruined the early planting of corn. He had several acres nearly big enough to plow and it tutned black and withered, lie will tho land and plant the crop over. Mr. Whltehouso sold this week to Smith & Quescnberry, the butchers, a bunch of heifers and a few hogs, the cattle at $t.50 per hundred and the hogs at JS 23 per hundred. It. C. car-loa- Scientist are bow agreed that the aro lodged not In the outer skin or epidermis, but in tho in ner skin. Hence, a penetrating salve is required, not an outward salve that clogs tho pores. Wo recommend to all eczema patients tho standard prescription, Oil of Win-tergre- as compounded in liquid form known as I). U. D. Prescription. A trinl bottle of this D. D. D. Prescription, at only 25 cents, will Instantly relievo the itch We liavo sold and re commended this remedy for years and know of wonderful cures from its use. We recommend it to our patrons. Shu iiit jilt'1 ftTXmv C3.iSa-Mrt-it- JW'5lSlslsaasa2sSl tMtormhiwSH'WFnrrm i; 7 You will Tt those aHlioCKOSSKTl shoo sloro. Sum Robinson Stanford, ky SP i s h e:r.b i ipringy ATGIiT her with the R.C? gars & Tanner. Correspondents Wanted. Tho I.ni Eitlori Jouiinal wants a live correspondent at Moreland nnd;(ono at Crab Orchard, who will send in newsy lettcrs once n week. Those desiring to join the happy family ot I.ntemoh Journalists please write the editor. Crossett "MAKES LIFE'S WALK. EASY" TA R DC I step that shows your feet have the Springtime glad ncss. Which means: wear the 'Every Month' 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 mc two bottles, and I have been well ever since." Shoe This new Crossett style snappy model in the shade "Hoston Gray". the shoe to go with your spring suit. Made with row high toe over our is a new .ssaw. Juit gray nar new Ashland Brook. Vol. 17 A. T. II. It--, bred by Kugene Iluck-e(leorgotown Ky. Ashland iirook wns fouled Hit, solid fmy with led hind foot white, stands l.V4 ImnilslilKli, rr.niOBrr. Mlrfd by HI lent Iirook, No. lKfW, record l:lnt, the lire of Mnrgnret IlathRKte.Jilli, Itettte Iirook, (SI j;IT. Iluilbrook, 3:17V,, Jennie Iirook, (41 f.HH KlllottHtone.:lsi-- i Ijidy Iirook, toa nnd Harming Iirook, Hllent Iirook by DurknlRtit, No. sim, the slrw of Henrcb.-llK, llrlRhtllglit, !W' and Viilim, S:tiV I'nrkntsht slrixl by Alcyone No. SB. record 3:r7. Asblnml Brook's 1st ilnm Uumi Wren by Atblnnd Wilkes, Kl:record!i:i;-j- , thoslreof John It.dentry, S:ui)i, Hnlly To. ler. l:0)s: Aslilnml Wilkes sirl by Ited Wilkes. 171V, tio by flrorgr Wilkes second dam, Hide Lilly, br Pretender, KM 3rd dam by Jim Monroe, SIS. NUte. Aslilnnd Rrook Is a lmndsoino fellow with lots otaubstnncelman bold way of speed, action. folns withcolts are style and greatand they three yenjs old are all one could expect, they good colors with plenty of sle unil greut style and finish Ashland Iirook sired the great Hallle Iirook, that unbeaten sold for tv). Ashliind Iirook will make the present season lit tli to Insure a ll Ing colt. r, Ij-ejy Danyille Advocate. The Markets. Re Cincinnati, April 29 -- Cattlo ceipts 1,025; market steady, 10c lower; fair to good shippers G.75 to 7.75; common 2 75 to 5 50. Hogs-rece- ipts 2,411; market generally lower; butchers and shippers S.G5 to 9.75; commou 3 to 9 C5. (No. slIM.l "Marathon" Crossett styles last. Other, give you a wide range of choice, $4 to $6 everywhere E(yU So. 195 :. Sheep Receipts 12S; market active and higher, 4.50 to 7.70. Lambs mar ket active and higher, 6.50 to 8.G5. How Take CARDUI Lewi A. Crotsett, Inc., Maker NORTH ABINCTON. MASS. The Woman's 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 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 ts, siiai'si-a,.LJi-wi'ja.- ami- -. J ass Looking At Harness ns mi investment, isn't it hotter to buy the kind you know nil nbout than to purchnMj it because the price sounds cheap' Buy your hnniess here where you can see it, handle it, test it. Remember nlso we are right here where you can get at us if the harness doesn't prove just as represented. Think that over. J. C. McCLAKY, Stanford, Ky. to Cuie Eczema, Pimples And Dandtuff. S. T. HARRIS & ROBT. WOODS, faBBBBBSft.; "Tk! BBflSsaBsjsBSBSaVlBhVN V 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 We are pleas merit for skin diseases after-effeced to state that we shall continue the Will nho stand the great oung Jack War agency, as Zemo has given splendid re Trace at 110 for mores and 13) for Jennets. War Tracs Is black with white points 15S sults wherever recommended. Our cus hands bleh sired by Great Eastern the Hee- ond.lieby the Imp. Tax I'ayer, that sold for tomers like Zemo, too, because it is a pl.au. his dam wus by tho Imp. Great Kast-er- clean, vegetable liquid for external use. War Trace dam by Bedford Htur, he by Zemo effects its cures by drawing to czeiiniurngufc. the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease. leaving thi skin clear and healthy. It do 23 not soil the clothing OrV linen and STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ' A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, can be used freely on infants. With every purchase we give a book Durjjin, KontucKy, let on skin diseases explaining in simple I ism a griidtittof Jones' NatlonulHotiool words how any person can be cured at of AuctloniM'rs.ChlcAno.nuil ha In thn lilt; cattln sales at tin I'lllon home of any form of skin or scalp dis Mock Yards, Clilcoso, bure w sold some by this clean, scientific remedy eases ttioruugtibrrds as hUh as 1.'. Also In hurw salrs wbrroAU sales were luada rach G. L. Penny, Druggist. day. ucllone,rlnK is a science and I liat He studied II sun inn mes, youror (mono mt1 Iwfore jrou arrange for sale. I can C. R. Coleman came down from his uiast' sales tonur nds autage. I'lloNK. Il mines in Bell county for a short stay J1ifir'4 KTV with his family. tno-enrol- d WAR TRACE. ! bl i IS FOR Screen Wire, Flower Vases and Jardinieres, call on mc before you buy. i I Commissioner's Sale ISBBBBBBBBSBtfT I J. C. McClary, rv. 5 L. L. ft SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. If you have anything in the to acll 1 'IbF i. U.BBSlBBSlBBsKBBSlBBSlLl .flBSaBBBBsUKsBBsi sBPtr.ilHsrBsiBBsiBBsiBBHsiBBs iBBBBBBBBBFWlRaV'UA 'Wl 23 Bs bbbbbsW-- In Lincoln Circuit Court. In obedience to a ludcmcnl of the Lin coin Circuit Court rendored at Its February term, 1010, In the case of Luclas I'erKins, plaintiff, vs. W. J. Kumiaton et a I defendants, I will on County Court day at about 1 o'clock 1'. M. sell at public outcry tot lie high est bidder, In front of tho Courthouse door in Stanford, Kentucky That certain tract of land situated In the town of Crab Orchard In Lin coin county, Kentucky, and bounded on tho north by the Chappcll's Gap pike; on the east by tho lands of W. K. Perkins: on the south by Him street on tho west by the lands of Jnno Buchanan and containing twelve acres moru or less The object of this salo is to satisfy a Hen debt of tho plaintiff for the sum of &3,u00, with interest theieon at the roto of six per cent from January 10th 1003, aBBSlEL55 BBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBISSBBBBSBBBBB t W aBBDsarrT& " :?" w" ' rr.-- ; " ' aHsBBslBBffailfl1 Lriw7w& K I si , &?' fcxrt'-jrt-f -. ci3 J :-- iKtJhm z i.i: KY- lasrWpW' iXrjf ." Kri'.Frif'fctir T), ''"PsBsaBBsaOHsB IsmCj has a Rood STOCK Undertaker and Embalmor. STANFORD, Hrjone,.l(T7. to LINE sCWkV !,ii4ih?3? - V Take fjffl HonieTboneSl. THE WARFIELD, VAIL iKr- Tr.if:Jl. r Dark bay stallion. hands, foaled Am, Li, Ittil. bred at VI lane farm, Kust Axror N. V. Hired by Dare i.09, winnings. he BMsho National Morsewon seven Hliow, llrst dam lAuwhty (llrl by ltx Amerlous SKUO, four sv old, record t.Uit. sire ot American ears, 3 He. three son of record lAty, and 2 others Onward liii record 2 &., IsaTalUt.a iZnU Onward Hllveri.US'Jand I70xthera In isfcllkt. Onward wu sired by Geo, Wllks fe Duenna sired :yk 175, Dam of Including by Muuibrlvo Ijidy of the hi sire Kim jUuir .ui4. third dum Dotlet by Nutwood record MH 6ai aire of Wi lit jw fist, fourth cuasTotni by Htruthmore VM sire of Oil In ajo list. KUth dum Wlllurd by Albion, sJs'ri Iam Ned bv Kdwln Koresi, seenth iasucr Tarntr by Mambrlto Chief II. The WjkiiVeld Is an extra hlBli elass horse, nr artnitot anjthlns.nhlKliHctoriind as we I Juvo asuuy horse In und out ot the stubli , ?rcirtyot H.M.Owens A10Hon. - tall, this Is u sure trotter, he stepped a mile InWdajshnndlliiK.I.SI. The Wiirtleld Is a truly made horse, of grand IndH (duality and bred In lines that entitle him to become seetnc Mcstlnnev a slreot note uorse that belsn son of the Kreas nice aim lamous coat and carries nice head and Iniuras Tobacco and Tobacco Barnr. lell s, 1'roiienltor ntKitiiiu'j, tue laiiereurneu tne title or thB".Mouurch ot the home stretch," while n lueiuu.anu niierreiireuient to the acquired liniKTlsbiible renown as a stud sire. Not only hne the Dare DeWls proved great race horses but the family has furnished many noted show ring winners as well as Dare Devil and Mabrlno King Loth being champion show stallions of National fame receixed more money tu the show rlug than nny two stallions In the world. Will make the present seasouatoiir farm one mile from McKluney, Ky at ilS to Insure a living colt. Will also stand ffiMhl blaelc Jupk HriirHiwi Young sired by Ilrlgnoller: he runs back to lirlgiioller on lioth sides. His colts sold for mure luouey man any jacks iu (Stanford, lie Is lft! hands: stands well on Ills feet! n sure foal getter. Itels perfect In esery way. ts tolnsuie, H.M.OWKNH A HON, M 'Kinney, Ky. Nothing But Insurance Jesse Hestdenc D. ;Wearen, Ho Impanel gel every day in tho year except Sunday. Uring on your etock. Host market In thu Suite with plenty of pmI nml water best covered outiiib of Liuiavillo or Lexington, ien, STANFORD, KY. We also do u i;eiier.il hitch anil feed bu lines. W. L. M'CAHTY.IW K. C. WALTON. SlBd jsaBSBSBSBBBnf"PslSD Nunnelley's New Stock Yards The Insurance Mao, Between Two Sacks of Flour until putd, Interest payable annually, and tho further sum of fS,', the probable cost of this action. Said land will bo sold on u credit of six months, and the purchaser will be required to executo bonds for tho purchase price, payable to mo as Commissioner, bearing Intoeest from the day of sale, at the rate of six per cent per annum, with good und approved personal security and further secured oy a Hen retained on tho land. II. It. SAUFLKV, M.C.L.C.C K. S. Alcoin, Att'y. STANFORD, KY. i'bone 34; Office, 96. Insure tvith ma and bo fully L. It. 1IU0IIK3,S. & T rt protected. Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, Kontuclty. Spring & Summer Stock. mmm Mw,bJl; i will suit jou J flour there is n hitf difference. Teli-iDopot Stroot, no to you about the superiority of Phono 96, Buughnusii's No. 1 Fancy patent O(irou a Itestnuraut Ijiiuusler, Htrvtit, Htanford. K. Hour down t prove it. But if you STANFORD. KENTUCKY. y will try a sack you'll have MuUserHlutnll liours uu tt tl M. M, H)hir u gtsod '(Ulsvk llest piste Iu plenty of proof of its suporior excellUsWl. lence in the hotter bread, cake and OooklUK tn suit our uustuiimrsotir ipsulsilty. ' lvnli-- in und Manufacturer of. Dastrv ou bake It suitK oilier H)lU'lkl now Una of fuusiy All jjood grocery s ores sell it Marblo anil Cranlto Monu Oroaerlvs. If t i oil. e. H.indvvlobus, pies, 11 itt. r milk monts, V BAUGHMAN & CO Stanford. Ky nndawx t liillk.t tr ,ut all tin., s Mark' rs and I'oets i in. tery and 1ju PI one 11 VR.es mil hitt'ts Olll and Murks, Mi W. A. CARSON, nj to-da- there may seem no difference except the name. But if one of them is Bailsman's No. 1 Fancy Putent S. . Now Llvorv- CARTER, - HTjrour measure taken by a tailor of ex. perlence. Then your ololhes, wlii'them low price business suit or tlni finest ereulnii elotbea, will base tbut individuality and nt Stocks ami svbleb plainly Indicate tbey were made to Farms and 'Town Proiverty IIiuullwl on Comniisaion. your measure, I will nlso take your mens-ar- e to Sell or Kent Notify Ua. Soltl. If you Havo I'roiwrty for eitris trousers, fancy vests, top coats' and overcoats. Hurluuaud Huiumei Writb lor Circular to lauiplt'S oil bnnd ready for Jour Ins uection H.O.HUt'l.KY. The Tailor, Htanford. Ky. Uondi When Hungry L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. Polled Angus Bull h(M aisuMl AnitsM bull ! Amusement and Enter- tainmen Tlis- - Every Evening. 50,V Harry Jacobs, r . uijr tsmrswusistrwl sms riiUt ut my Msww iitl.fsv. Mon.y m, .u wlinn Momtirt' plkti' .Miw kiioniitobe Y unit Im run of iiiovlnaiilaluii s l'llNISt s tin iiruVii tulks lit tllvTIlHlltlllllllll ilvtlvlits HweblUUvii - Au'Wilirtur uviry iilsrht. only nml iuHtnfonl y Kmu.Ohkkmiiuhh Tiio- - tiuvlnit Hi ll Hto Mi Ixtf.t wills .hU imrtr K frcin V LO NOTICEItilt clniiiisunnliit a toino stance Kinney, Ky Prop. KIT.. imiM'rty HtuiO iiuimiliuuiy ib iioi 1 t.o Hl'itim' ..aiiilnl'trntor Mrj lloiiu llivu i stHt.1 of will in s"iutli''ni Tliosti tusMtllowitli mo vW- - h