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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1v e THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ft I VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 6 1910 NO 20 I i SUDDEN CALLFOR WELL KNOWN CITIZEN M Robert G Jones Dies In Louisville While UndergohlgOpcration For Cancer Of Face fRobert G Jones for eleven years the town marshal of Stanford died suddenly and unexpectedly Louisville Wed ncsday afternoon whlloundcrgoing all operation for cancer of the face with 4which he had auflfortd for some time Mr was one of the best known residents of Stanford and news of his death came aa a severe shock to the j community v Mr Jones was born in Rockcastlo f county Gl years ago When a young man hu removed to Lincoln I u y where ho made his permanent homo Y lit engaged In contracting and cfirpen I boring and by frugality And energy he j araajueda competence After aervinc aithfullj as town mirihtl of the city 1 for eleven years he retired and bought y ft grocery and generalstoro on Depot- street which he and his sons were con ducting at the tlmo of his death V Hb wife and fivechlldren John Wai survivetitChristian church and of the lodge of- T h Maccabees The burial took place on t Thursday afternoon at 230 oclock In j Buffalo Cemetery services being con iI dueled by Rev Walker A large num br of friend and loved ones were present to ply the last tribute of res t ptto his memory is Sudden Death i ses To Miss Rclla Parsons y rl yWleOn Visit to Neighbor tf V J 4 IHM Jtella Parsons sister of Mrs 1- V1erYWh1ter of the east end of tho cuty iod very suddenly while on a rto Bbr neighbor Mr J M Cress dett was- rlv ibittyeirs oago and bAldes Mrs s hiw4veanotherstaler Mrs Jno on reot came up I the burial nli1allral will be praxched at the 4ht church at Crab Orchard at 10 0 rk fills Friday morning by Elder reem Qrctlc netcry Shii Sold For 300 ti Chick 1chcron Stallion Goes To- tq Cok ratio Springs Th9 Wt black Percheron stallion lrlf51wbteh Walter 0 Walker had here a I has been sold by his own j f asst lis MamaA Son of Mt Ver tmt f UM Exchange National Bank of pringa Col They had a lien r tipan animal for 3000 sad the bank jWm In at that figure but were rtto almost any amount for considered onq of the besti r i I iaeverbroughttothiepartofTrack r Itanford HIgh School Will Jl yePart In Lexington Meet A =A ftled by the track team from High School Prof J W thard to Lexington Saturday iit ya participate in the athletic Jb heW on field of State Wesley Embry will run f rd lie the 100 230 yard m UeCarty wilt run in the iir If Wallace fr oter In the high jump pole vault and IIarre- fiat the shot aAd throw f At yewHC Coleman has aifpii the feet and 1fi hammer 1051eet1t is bo I le lea sure winner IR hie- Is6- s members of the track Famed by MIke Piw v Lester 0Bain ni wftegiatfl athletic melt at l it whweday afternoon to get ii era ttlh Mts Bell Improving t ifi e Wffiea frm Seattle that Mrs eFii f it home for burial An JudceIli lag would to him for ho askeflt policy changed so as to- yj debw in case was killed on a atreet ea- rw MundayMunday d 4 S e DMunday and Mrs Ida tjjV lwWada t his divorced were again t J rt and hand here thin week lMbridwU originalyn MIss hidden t t Rowland Since their separation aI 1 r M the groom has worked IJ IevNIelJek a brother of Jas y of the Neals Creek section and t 1111 mss rl 7 i W FACULTY ELECTED FOR NEXT SCHOOL YEAR All Teachers ReAppointell Ex cept Two Who Were Not Ap plicants For Places Again The faculty for the Stanford High and Graded Schooljrai elected for the ensUing year at a meeting of the board of trustees Wednesday night Super Intend nt J W Ireland holds ohfortn other year under a contract with the board He was offered the euporlnten- d lcy of tho Harrqdsburg city schools at handsome Increase in salary but made so goods hero that the h1hftS refused to release him the teachers of tho school were rcolillcted except two who were not applicants for reappointment They were Misses Frances Adams and Annie Ho tzclaw Their places will be taken byMlsa Kate Alcorn of tins city and Miss Agnes Long of Richmond The latter had been attending the Eastern State Normal at Richmond and both are wellqualified for their work The roster of teachers by grades for the next years wprk as assigned by the trustees is as follows High SchoolProf P C Ueemcr 8th Gradetolls Claudia Eaton 7th Grade Miss Margaret Hopper 6th Grade Mla Agnes Long 6th GradeMiss Kato Alcorn 4th Grade Miss Lena Palmer 3rd Grade Miss Jennie Nowland 2d GradeMrs II D Phillips 1st OrlldeMlsll Annie McKinney Instrumental Music Miss Ellen Bal louVocal Music Miss Ethel Fotro Elocutlon Mita Bertha Jackson The present year tho last tern of which Is rapidly drawing to a close has been the most successful In point of at tendance and work in the history of the Institution and a still greater growth la expected In the future Great Mare Breaks Leg t Kate Malloy ScriouslyInjured And May Hayc To Be Destroyed Kato M alloy the once great show mare and owned In bar palmy days by Judge W A Tribbld fall while runs ning in the pasture Wednesday and broke her left hind ankle Shd Is about 20 years old and Dr John Cook the well known veterinarian thinks she will not Ret well but wilt have to be destroyed She was on tho farm of Walter O Walker Mr Curtis Cover of Crib Orchard her present owner having sent her down to bo bred to Mr Walkers great Carroll Preston Kate Malloy WAS a great saddle mare in her day and has wen many a big stake She was also gaoil In the combined ring Ills Third Birthday Master SheJton Saufloy Jr entertained a number of his young friends Wednesday afternoon from four to six the occasion being his third Birthday Games were played and all drew for a Prize box of candy George Fleece Par rla being the lucky youngster Among those who came to congratulate the little nun on his third mileatone were James Paxton Frances Tate Annette and Georgia Wray Effie Withers Me Clary Eddie Bruce and John I ugh man James M Bright Lucile Ireland Lucile and Louise Waters Morgan Smith Baaghmati James and Eare Baughman William Henry Baughman Lucile Walker James Engleman An nette and Sidle Wearen Nancy Kath McKinney Sallie Mills Annette and Sam Craig Frances Embry Isabelle Uarvlelle Sara Katherine Walker Katherine Beck George Fleece Farris Prompt Settlement The GlennaFalle Insurance Co rep resented by Ftah Pennlngton has Wide0ull amd satfifswtory settlement m Idone to my sndWnluiii eaAprii30 I am well pleaded l wIth Uw settlement Lizzie Salterr x Back In The Harness- W H Brady didnt stay out of business as long as Pat stayed in tho army Only a few weeks ago he sold his grO- cery store to Campbell Mueller and now he again smiles behind the counter of that store having bought the bush ness back Night Riders At Work Again Night riders burned the tobacco barn of George H McKibben In Bracken county Tuesday morning with between 6000 and 7000 of tobacco that was not McKibben had received night rider warnings which were turned over to Federal officers f Linotype Machine Soon To Be Installed in Interior Journal Office Believing that the beat is none too I Rood fprthe best people on earththe constituents of tho INTERIOR JOURNAL i a Mergenthaler Linotype or type setting machine has boon purchased and will be here and Installed In the of fice within a week or so To attempt to describe this wonderful machine would be futile for It has over 3000 I mostldelicately ever invented It la a tremendous labor saver one machine being capa ble of setting as much type as four or five fast men and all of the trouble and time consumed in distribution of type is saved In addition tho typo Is alb ways new and clean and the paper en abled to show i much nfcer printH DUDES AND DUDINES WOULD BE IN BAD If Judgment Day Caught Them Unprepared Says Dr Carper ter atAntiTuberculosis Meetjng Stanford enlisted in the Anti Tuberculosis war at the mass meeting of cit- Izens held at tho Presbyterian church last Sunday nightand will Ije heajd from jn the splendid campaign whicH is being made by the State Association Every seat In the church wan taken 4riU many were turned away ffoth the door Unable to gain admittance All of the pastors of the city occupied seats on the rostrum and all the physicians who could get away from patients were presentThe was announced to be held uuder the auspices of the pbyal sians and three instructive addresses were made by pro M M Phillips J G Carpenter and W B OBannon Rev D M Walker of the Christian church presided Rev J J Dickey of tho Methodist church read a Scripture paaaage and Rev John T Hoaklna of tho Baptist church offered prayer af tar which Dr Phillips read a splendid essay upon the great white plague and its causes Hq showed how it has been proven to be a curable disease and gave other reasons for encouragement to those who are waging such vigorous war upon It Dr Carpenter followed with an ads dress which held the undivided atten tion of every one Ho declared that Lincoln county ought to have a tuber culosis sanitarium and after opening the eyes of many in regard to that die ease drovo home some potent facts re garding the moral and physical side of thin city lie declared it was a shame the way the dudes and dudlncs of the present day violated tho laws of nature He decried tho fashion of low neck and short sleeves and other scan ty apparel in the coldest weather and asked how the physical or moral nature could be expected to grow when tho outer belnFwas freezing Ho asked what some present day belles and beaux would if do the judgment day were to come and catch them as they sometimes are He urged the op ening of homes to more fresh air for the better protection against tubercu losis and other diseases He said that pet dogs cats lizards and snakes should be kept out for they bring germs of all kinds Dr ODannon made nn eminently practical and interesting talk declaring that tho body must bo protected furth er by care in the diet Ho pointed out the fallacy that much meat is necessa ry for endurance and said that a more vegetarian diet has proven much tho better Dr OBannon argued against the indiscriminate kissing of babies I and gave many other points which proved of much value to all Another meeting is already being planned here at which typhoid fever e ed All of the dailies and many of the progressive country papers are now us ing linotype machines and the IN TERIOR JOURNAL never behind the pro cession will continue in the front rank of progress and improvement with the aid of this wonderful machine With it the job department will be enabled to turn out catalogues of all kinds cir culars etc at a very rapid rate and at a great saving to all concerned while a mucn larger newspaper can be printed with more live news in its columns As soon as the linotype arrives from the factory and is installed the INTE ItaIfriends capacityi Three Big Fish Frank Rout Proves Himself An Able Disciple of Izaak Walton j B Frank Rout not only knows how tb successfully manage the Stanford kWater Light and Ice plant but is a fmnsteS fijhcrman also He fished In tJleolake a short while tho other day l nde a siK bass and two titheiPbaastthat weighed 5J and 1J Ibs respectively r Jason Wesley Resigns From Revenue Service And Will Locate at Danville Jason Wesley said to be the most popular man in the State of Casey handed In his resignation as gauger in tho revenue service under Collector J Sherman Cooper and will move to Danville and take the posItion of chief clerk to Mitchell Taylor the stave king He was formerly circuit clerk of Casey and is a moat competent man for his new position He has been stationed atTy Tone in Anderson county since he took up the revenue service work the first of January SoperWesley Prof E 0 Wesley of the Middle burg Graded School and Miss Emma Soper formerly of Garrard but now of Washington City were married here Wednesday at the home of Rev R B Mahony by that gentleman Prof Wesley is a wellknown and popular ins structor and his wife is said tp be a- very charming woman Landram Estate Gets 5000 The omnibus claims bill carrying a rich gift of 65000 for Kentucky Includes two items which only the deter mined work of Senator Bradley secur ed One is for something over 5000 duo the estate of the late Gen Wm J Landram of Lancaster He was col lector for the old 8th internal revenue district and failed to receivolcertaln of his perquisites The bill grants him these Saves An Iowa MansLife The very grave seemed to yawn be fore Robert Madson of West Burling ton Iowa when after seven weeks in the hospital four of the best physicians gave him up Then was shown the mar velous curative power of Electric Bit ters For after elghtmonths frightful suffering from liver trouble and yellow jaundice getting no help from other remedies or doctors five bottles of this matchless medicine completely cured him Its positively guaranteed for Stomach Liver or Kidneg troubles and never disappoints Only 50c at G L Pennys Drug Store MIDDLEBURG WOMAN WHIPPED HUSBAND And When Arrested Played Pos sum On OfficerInteresting- Letter From Casey i MIDDLEBURG KY May 5 1910 Lucy Black was arrested last week charged with whipping her husband John Will Black and will be tried this week The parties live in the Hatter creek section Constable Marion Black executed the papers on Mrs Black and started to Squire Statons to deliver the goods when his prisoner went dead on him and tumbling over on the ground refused to budge He sent one of his posse to a neighbor for a wagon but before he returned she got able and willing to mosey on up to the Squires office The splendid fruit prospects went glimmering on the night of the 23d ult The frost got everything in sight and made quite a dive for that beneath the surface Corn that had been planted is thought to be killed or so damaged as to require replanting Some 25 teartsterar who were hauling cross ties for Jason Coffey at Yosemite went on a strike last week demanding an advance of 2 cents on the tie The strikers held a pretty stiff upper lip for a few days but seem to bo weakening as some of them have returned to workA divinity student of George I town College will preach at the Baptist church here Sunday morning and even Ing Willie Watkins of Barbourvllle College will be here and make a talk to the church on Saturday night before Mr Watkins has decided to make the ministry and teaching his life work and he says that he wants to begin at homeSeveral ladies of this vicinity will boycott the broommakers next year Some 50 or more pounds of broom corn seed have been ordered and a pretty general crop will be raised Cephas Bastin has promised to put in machin ery at his mill and will tie them on the shares This seems to be the proper thing to do and if the farmers will put in a good crop they will likely find it a profitable business The Sundayschool convention at the Christian church at Yosemite was well attended and seemingly well enjoyed Liberty seems to have been better represented than any other portion of the globe They came from there by every conceivable means of conveyance im aginable and there were among them several as jolly lads and lasses as one is likely to meet in a lifetime In the magistrates court at Yosem Its Ben Patterson was given a fine of 10 and five days in the county jail for cursing old man John Vest Dick Lit trell got one cent and cost for shooting Mrs Eliza Carmans dog The case of a breach of the peace against MrsDi vey Sims was continued to May 26th Warrant were sworn out for J W Badget charging him with selling beer and other drinks that intoxicate at his soft drink stand at Hartwell and for keeping open his stand and selling on SundayJ Murphy came down from Mc Kinney Friday afternoon accompanied by his son and remained over till Sun day with his daughter Mrs McD Fo gle A R Spears of Moreland was here Sunday Mrs Laura Lee and daughter Miss Bessie and Mils Esther Murphy spent Sunday with homefolka atKingsville Mesdames Thos Gooch and J S Murphy attended the Sunday school convention at Green river church Sunday McD Fogle II C Esteo S Lyons and Jordan S McWhorter went to Liberty last week as witnesses against J W and Tom Badget charg ed with violating the local option law The election of trustee foe the grAd- ed school will take plape hero Saturday There is a pretty goodsized fight on between the graded school and anti graded people and it Is hard to tell at this writing what the result will be Tho antis have a ticket in the field in the persons of Charles McWborter and Reuben Staton and the friends of the school are running C C Compton and W J Godby and both parties are get ting busy The graded school people say they have the race wonanu it looks somewhat that way to a man up a tree but we will know more later on and will tell you about it in our next Lightnings Damage In Pulaski Lightning set fire to one of the large storage oil tanks of the Cumberland Pipe Line Co at Somerset and It was destroyed There were 30000 barrels I of crude oil in tho tank which was a otheritanksburning tank but they were saved I I Lightning struck the tank during a- I heavy thunder storm Tuesday morning I QUARTERLY MEETING AT HUBBLE THIS WEEK Three Days Session To Be Held Mrs Barker Breaks Her Arm Other Live News From Little Burg rHUBBLE KY May 5 1910 Quarterly meeting begins at McKen dreo Methodist church here Friday eve r ySaturday I Elder Robinson leading the services meetingsby 4 expectedto l Childrens Day and elaborate exercises will be arranged for its celebration Mrs Thomas Barker is suffering from a fracture of her right arm abstained when she fell while backing away from a vicious horse Dr Hickle set the In jured member and she is resting as comfortably as possible unper the cir cumstances Mrs A M Luce who has been quite ill Is considerably im proved her friends are glad to know a Sam Harris is limping a trifle on account z of one end of a harrow dropping ion his toot A tooth penetrated his foot and caused a very painful injury thoIgives a very creditable showing He pupilsinHubblo L P Weaver has returned from Lexington where he underwent a severe operation for catarrh He was much benefitedS the popular postmas ter and storekeeper has been on a vis it to Somerset Ills friends are congratulating him that he came back so ber since Somerset has gpno wet Will Spoonamore bought a twoyear old gelding from Sam Harris for which he paid 175 He sold a horse to Mrs J C Rankin for 165 J L Sloan sold four hogs to Lawson Brown at 8Jc J S McKlttrtck sold to the same firm seven at a similar figure Squire JastMcKechnie sold a good family horse to Tom Wilder for 150 and Mr Wilder sold the same animal to Mrs Bettle Broaddus for 185 Boner McKechnio has returned from Danville where he attended the circus and had a fine time Two More SuitsIFiled With Col Swope to Be Tried At May Term of Court Two more suits to be tried at the coming term of circuit court here have been filed in the office of Circuit Clerk Waynesburgcinnati Southern railroad for loss of fences and timber which he alleges were set on fire by sparks from the companys engines Attorney George D Florence filed the petition for Sin gletonM 1 Murphy filed suit by Attorney P M McRoberts against G A Wet ter J B McKee and J W Acton for 750 growing out of the opening of a certain turnpike near Kings Moun tain which is said to have been quiterprolific of litigation This action is more or less a friendly one to determine the status of the affair Prospecting In West Dr OBannon Looking For Place To Establish Sanitarium Dr W B OBannon left Wednesday for a lengthy trip through the West He will first visit his brother Richard it Garden City Missouri and after that will go to Texas and New Mexico points Dr OBannon will keep his eyes open for a good sight Tor the es tablishment of a large sanitarium He says that ho does not contemplate leav ing Stanford permanently now but would like to establish a big institution of this kind in the west Some Eggs Land Buchanan sold to Gott of Lancaster Wednesday 42 cases of eggs There are 30 dozen to the case making 15120 eggs They were all bought since Monday morning Hyomei is the best remedy in the world for sore throat coughs cold ca tarrh colds croup and bronchitis It gives wonderful relief in two minutes For sale by G L Penny on money back plan Complete outfit 1 extra bottles fie eta In a difficulty on Sexton creek Clay county Robert Reeves was shot twice his death resulting John Poe is ac Fused of the shootingi1 i i PAGE TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAYi Cti 101 1 r More WoolMore el tumb Moro Mutton IfJfree from worm i9 I 5ALyETww will poilllrelr dean out the worm not jonly In your sheep but In every other animal on ronr place Onla wonder work Inif irmedr will dentroj and expel every Jworm tearing the animal free Indiges- tendsdmWteeveryoureotfood It eala J N Vt Is a wonderful tonic and con dltloner It cost but 112 of a cent a day dper heed to feed mlV t la mannfaetarvd by the 8 B Fell Company Wi t SaIV la ced bw I I Come To Our re 110 OPENING Columbus Busies r Kraus Cultivator ers Stock Repays Care Tho care you c in feeding is returned to oudbten- fold in good hard cash Keep i your Hordes Sheep and HORS rworms I t rit5ALVET I 1 rtThissalt is easy to feed and costa but little nutatho animals stomachs t and intcalinca in condition BO that every particle of food U dl irF psiAmanufactured by S B FeU Co i I- ita OII J a- PI1F i MONDAY MAY 9TH Ii I rrutl4I3Afcrd E37 00rt u rlleta eBw rtsale I r i IIO l F We will have on display at that time the greatest collection of farming implements buggies etc ever as f 1 sembled in Lincoln county or this part of the state No farmer can afford to miss it for with every line thatff f we handle will be a personal representatIve of the manufacturer who will be here to gIve every farmer H the information he wants about each and every piece machinery These men are experts and we have se 1 cured them at great expense for the benefit of our customers U I Every one in Lincoln and all surrounding counties is invited to call and see our complete stock Come and S whether buy or not but4tI0 0 0 ItWeF F the Amcfentof 500or overl t i4 ifM l You cannot afford to miss this opportunity to see the best and latest patterns of agricultural implements which 4F 0wewill have on hand at that time such as A fl F Old Hickory Wngonsj Hoosier DrillsFcliIO s- s t r I Yct O S f i IC Command bring your friends wives sweetheartsr and children WeVe something to interest them all and something they ought to see F J I reader i fi I e1McCormick Binders Mowers nod Rakes and Binder Twine20thCentury Manure ot H rIrid lotto H F B R 0 S Hr HAH ovf I 1 1 r Ii if Io1 P E NCE 11f t f f 30- f f 1 i I if f I u mi STANFORD KENTUCKY t 11 te t t JFt t W J r yt- e iS II L1 Jkh 1910 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY PAGE THREE I I 61OIflU 01111 fly 6Ot ntire StoGk Of Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware and Seeds a Good I Chance to Save From 20 to 50 PER CENT OFF YOUR DAILY EXPENSES j r j 1V f 1 1Iit t tI unl J We Also Offer tat Cost- A 4 SMALL QUANTITY OF CHINA WARE and GLASSWARE 10 PIECETOILETSEIFOR PIEqEforSSc fto 2 burner lantern 1 value BOC No1 burner 35c- ii 6 Inch stove pipe 2 for 15c 7H I Dc No 40 steel bcaih plow 775 No 20 Wooden beam 050 iaLtY c Stoves and Tinware 5 range at 21 fW heater 10 0 150 qOKING UTENSILS AT 13 OFF PC tea Kettles JOc tfoc pots 10c PANS BUCKETS and OIL CANS AT ROOK BOTTOM PRICESjPoultry fence d ft high ftlItAT 13 OFF REGULAR PRICEt a Preserves Jolllos Catsup Prepared Mustard etcBInss too Spanish olives 13e Eye iSe Hdnz preserves SOc step f 0 v 35c r J5c size 20c- a gallon apple butter 85e Sliced beef French Sardines 1 u and 15c size fand 8eI French Mans mud Mushrooms regular price 30c now 20c I t u t s 0 NO mis VOL 11 This Charapwrt 5 gaited saddle stallion of Kentucky oJ Winning al all the Kentucky lain andalso al the horse shows at Buffalo N Y St Louis Mo and Kanua Sired by Washington No 54 but dam Bell by Rhoderick No 104 second dam by Denmark Preston u a brown horse 15 34 hands highwilh Gas style and very high action He hu not only proven himself lo be a great show horse but alw a great breeder He is the ire of Carroll Preston owned by W O Walker of Stanford Ky for which he refused 3500 last season when he was only 3 ywt ofage He J the grandsire of Duna of the Lea a winner at Madison Square Cullen last cur Lawrence who paid 5500 for her also a grandsire of Queen the Night that told in N make the season of 1910 at my stable in Crab Orchard Ky Tat the reasonable j to insure a living colt Will keep mate on grass at 250 month but will not be for accident or escape of stock Season u due if mile u tradedor parted with I o bud to other C Crab Orchard KentuckyI A very fine draft stallion weight lGOO pounds stands full 16 hands liijjh lIe was sired by Ben Hur Major 273 3135 Grand Sire Scott 2430 Dam Jennie Beatrice Clydesdale George Hur is half English coach and A half Clydesdale best draft horses in the state Will make the season at my place at 10 to insure a living colt Colts can be seen at my place They show for themselves I will also stand two Jacks and n Shetland pony at 10 each to in sure a living colt M S BAUGHMAN StanfordKy w t Lot Of Including horse collars 250 and 2 values S180 and 110 Riding bridles 150 values SI Hnincs 4c pair and Rings One Third off Price I Wagon and buggy spokes 45c dozen pieceSingletreesBuggy tire and iron 2c pound Saved on all ot A Clean Stock Cigars at Prices Bottle Goods YMichl4l9IOfor850 tjEStX BAILEY HUR First Class Leather Goods Wagon Buggy Regular Money These II of I One of the Best Lines of Canned Fruits Meats and Vegetables in Town 25c canned poaches Apricots Pears I7c 30c preserved cherries Raspberries etc 23c 15c canned peas Beans Tomatoes Beets Pumpkin Pineapple for lie and lc can SyrupsKarnvnn 20C20CBest green teas SI grade Gc Green River Camp To Be Held At Jumbo Aug 20 To Sept 5 1910 Revs Charlie D Tillman of Atlantr Ga and L B Bridges of Wilmore Ky will do the preaching and singing Rev Tillman Is of national reputation as a singer and Rev Bridges Is a fine singer also They will give the gospel in song as no other evangelists do to our knowledge Bro Holmes the blind we are announce to ail who are interested in our camp meeting that we have secured the best helpers that is possible to obtain and wish to urge members to build you a cottage on the camp grounds and prepare to be with us We are planning by the grace of God to have the best camp meeting that we ever had Respectfully Clarence Sipple Sec I London Ky This handsome young stallion the property of J D Son will very reasonable price of 15 to in sure a living colt Black Joe by the noted sire Pres ton 022 1st dam Lucile 2nd dam Bettie Robinson by Robinsons Ver mont Hambletonian He is a black horse 15J4 hands high weighing 1025 pounds 5 gaited and very fast both in his rack and trot with plenty of style and action Just the kind of horse for the farmer to breed to to get the best all round will go no further Will keep mares on grass at 250 per month but will not be responsible for accident or escape of stock Lien retained on colt for season until paid Sea son is due if mares arc tradedor parted with orbred to other stock J C BAILEY Crab Orchard Ky fl Leaf 44165 Sired by Red Leaf 21390 the greatest ofall Wilkes and Pilot Jr and should prove a crou which cannot be excelled two white hind feet anda star exceptionally trot horse and it U the walktrot that sells for the most money and hat the readiest tale Cecelian Leaf unmarked but can trot in 228 He will go lot arecord this summer ville pike The fee lo a limited number ofap proved mares this season will be 15 for a living colt Season fee due when mare U parted with- In offering the service of this young horse whose sire and whose duns tire are the offer of rare merit C E TATE Stanford Ky Bids For Road Work Too High So Fiscal Court Will Have ReLetting The fiscal court at Its meeting Wed nesday April 29th rejected all bids for crushed or broken stone to be spread on pikes becaase all stone bids were too high or at least the court so believed New bids will be opened May llth and any one desiring to bid must do so by sealed on or before 10 oclock court to let the successful bidder have the county rock crushed free of charge on these con tractsAll bids must be sent sealed to S K Dudderar Supervisor LSt N TIME TABLENottHoutn 1H24 r M No IIHouth10 A Y Mo24Nortb4 A N- NolNortb617 r x Non 10g A K No 13 140 PM JOS Se RICE Agont Tools And j It ITable I75cBLACKSMITHS TOOLS and HARDWARE G5c horse rasps 40c 20 and 15c files 10 and13c Saw files Sets and Vises Buggy clips and Plow clevises All 25 and 50 per cent off Jfincluding Fancy Staple Groceries Tobacco Bottom I a l Baking Soda Wash Lyes You can save 25 on these Bottle 17c 15 of Laundry Washing all the well brands at and 4c CANDIES AND CRACKERS PURE VINEGAR 7 5c for 25c I lJ Ky I PRESTON stockJGEORGE Meeting withIhasi Black Joe mybarn youbook Cecilian byGambetta byPilotandRedwlke rqisteredtrolling intheAddietionneededin Cottagebarn lancyhow pikesheretofore Edge Cutlery 75c75c Still Grinding Them Out syrupa purchasesI IIGEC EICPPEBIStanfordrDorsey Golddust 12052 Full Brother to Estelle No 219 4400byGolddust Dud on to Justin Morgan dam ImpArabianDorsey Golddust is Florence by Golden Mingo Chief a son of Gads Com et Morgan Note This is an intensely inbred Morgan stallion the blood now iu tIe mandArich dappled bay black points 16 glands high 1200 pounds stallion of great and withspeed and endurance and celled as a producer of class show road aud Eastern horses The records of his produce both in show and sale rings show his value aud merit as a producer of fine roadshow and sale horses A look at sire and colts will be convincing myfnrmto approved mares at 15 toins uro a dayTheresponsibility for accidents or escapes F REID GALTON 12910 Beaaon of 1910 Hire of Oolvln O IDU AI Barns IIand six others with trlula from too to lad thoso ore tho only ones that wore ever handled for speed tbe lire of ono dam with one In X 0 lIt Hired brQamlwtta WII In tbe 2 lilt 18 to- 9iOandletterclaimed to be the IIrontet lira In the world lit darn Parlay Field grand darn or swlth olfrom 217 to 8 hy Knfleld Slit ot Hambl tonlan 10 dRill by Beeleyi American Star Knfleld SjO tint 6 in 230 daughters have n In too or better Xnd clnm Quickstep by Ken tucky rrlnceJrilreof J Q il7W Imonado ti neat dame of l6 In the 3 at lIt Q21TtlendlnvfomlUIJ81nnd He eley a American Htnr Onlton colt have gone against and de tented the best In hnrncsi duxes nnd road stet rings they nro In great demand selling as highs ni lUU attar maturity yearlings front lito to 1200 Gallon will stand at my table mules West of Huitonrllle on llrnd frmlsvllle puke ot 115 to Insure a living colt Money due If mare Is traded after being bred Plenty of grass at IJCO per month unveil ex pressly for mores no other tock mixed with mares Imvo grass loti and large stables for irmrci to foal Grain fed nt cost Phone In residence HmtonvllleKxehange W M DOlIU- lIustonVllle Ky f 3 i Hatchets Hammers Axes Saws t Planes and Levels 75c axes 50c 65c hammers40cs2 and 225 saws 140 and 150 175 125 Also door locks Padlocks Door bolts and Hinges A large Assort ment of Shelf Hardware Hinges hasps Staples Screws Sash locks Sashlifts Curry Combs and brushes etc All at absolute cost and Fancy acceptedIt Powders Starch Blue Canned and etc per cent 25c maple boxes soap nnd powder known 3H AND CIGARS CAKES APPLE CIDER cigars The beauty action unex high record Chief planes Pence Jr- I i Pence Jr will make the season of 1910 at the barn of the lato John Z Spoonamore J mile from Rowland ao 10 to insure a living colt If mart- Is traded or parted with season mon ey becomes due Pence Jr ia a bay stallion 7 years old full 10 hands hiffn Rood stylo and action by Pence bo by Ulenzl he by Belmont he by Alexanders Ab dallah Pences first dam by Almont Forrest 2d dam by Garrard Chief 3d dam by Grey Eagle 4th dam by f Cop jporboitom Ponce Jrs 1st dam by hefbyby Woburn2d dam by a Mambrlno 6fesseaIger him as a breeder Mares grazed at 82 per month not responsible for accidents or escapes should any occur GEO SPOONAMOOKE DUO- Rowland Ky W A TftlBBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford Kontuclt- yRICHMOND Over 16 hands 5yeat old Jack willmake the season at our fun on old Danville pike between Hedgeville and Hubble at a fee of 10 for mare mule and 8 for horse mule to insure living colt FiTZPATRICK RANKIN I Hedgeville Ky Powhattan IBay Stallion 15 J 12 hands high by Dign Dare I st dam Minnie by Ricnzi 2d dam Paul ine by Almont Forest 3d dam Scllars mare very fast pacer He u afine individual high actio and nice to handle Will make the season of 1910 at my farm a McKinney at 10 to insure a live colt money anotheIMcKinney Ky a 1 PAGE FJUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KYh3AY 6th 1911 TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 r EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At U Per Year In Advance I SHELTON SAUFUEY Publisher Entered at the Post Office at Stan ford Ky as Second Class mall ARCH DUNLAP of tho Frankfort News the Capital City adjunct of the Courier Journalfor both have the same guiding starthinks that we talked out in meeting too freely in stating publicly our reasons why Ben p Johnson is not the right man to make the democratic nominee for governor and will either have to eat our words or turn bolter in the event of his nom inationWe like to ask our good friend t if it were not much better for both the democratic party and the state for the people to fully consider questions of the availability and qualifications of every candidate before making nominations than afterward 7 We deny that wet attacked Mr Johnson or had any bitterness in our humble discussion I of his merits as a candidate for governor We simply gave our reasons for belief that he would prove a very I weak leader before the people and is not theman for the democrats to nom inate if they have hopes of victory in IIthe next state election Is there here sy in that 7 Because Col Whallen and the CourierJournal are moving heaven and earth to nominate Johnson for governor shall all good democrats and lov ers of their partys success sit quiet thanksliway7 I We thank our friend for his belief that we will not bolt if Johnson is nominated He has every reason for assurance that we would not desert our party or its nominee Would that we fcould say the same of him and the guiding spirit of his newspaper But it is enough to make a canine cachin nate to think of this pastmaster of bolt ers even remotely abhorring the pros pect of any good democrat bolting I should not a candidate of his choice win i a nomination But it may be that reo t pentence n sackcloth and ashes over the part he and his paper played in I conspiring and leading the bolt against the democratic nominee for UnitedT I States Senator just four years ago has led him to this extreme conscientious ness lest others also go astray We hope this is so r But as we started out to say doesnt it look like things have come to a pret ty pass when democrats are to be def nied the privilege of calmly and dispas sionately discussing the qualifications or fitness of any candidate for an office for which he is asking their support isViinest consideration by the party 7 ftTH Frankfort State Journal booster edition was a daisy and reflects great credit upon the management It not l only contained writeups of the princi I pal business interests of the capital city but had a comprehensive description of r some of the Eastern Kentucky coun try which is becoming so prominent by reason of its marvelous mineral and tim ber wealth j TIIEODOUE ROOSEVELT and family now go to Merrie England for a stay of i three wrecks and then home King EH J will put the big pot inside the little one for his distinguished guest but just wait till that homecoming in New ItYork is pulled off and things are start for the thirdterm boom WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN gives positive assurance that he will not offer for U S Senator Let us hope that he is not saving himself for the nomination the Presidency Mr Bryan has three strikes and three strikes is Itlor reading public of Frankfort has- i sincere sympathy Both newspa pus there are running popularity con tests The prizes range from automo biles to lamp shades and the woods ar4 full of candidates r No Money For Teachers lState Treasury Again In Straits Innocent Must Suffer No money will be paid to teachers in t the country schools during the mo- nthroC May and if the teachers get any during the month of June they be lucky Capt Ed Farley State said that he was doing his to get together enough money to pay the teachers but the of getting the 400000 required before the latter part of June do not seem very bright Will Promote Beauty f Women desiring beauty get wonder ful help from Bucklena Arnica Salve It banishes pimples skin eruptions all sores and boils It makes the skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face It cures sore eyes cold sores cracked lips chapped hands Best for burns scalds fever sores cuts bruises and piles 2Gc at Pennys Drug Store 1 0 GOOD NEWS Many Stanford Readers Have Heard It And Profited Thereby Good news travels fast and the thousands of bad back sufferers in Stan ford are glad to learn that prompt relief is within their reach Many a lame weak and aching back is bad no more thanks to Doans Kidney Pills Thousands upon thousands of people are telling the good news of their experience with the Old Quaker Remedy Here is an example worth reading George Wright Stanford St Lan caster Ky says I have never yet known of a better kidney remedy than Doans Kidney Pills Last fall my back ached a great deal and my kid neys were badly disordered The se cretions from these organs were scanty and painful in passage 1 fortunately had DoanXKidney 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 nfy name should be used in endorsing them My advice to all sufferers from kidney trouble is to give Doans Kidney Pills a trial For sale by all dealers Price 50 cts FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other Hustonville Charles Wheelers John A Blain and James Hall went to Presbytery at Per ryville Wednesday in Mr Wheelers big auto W D Hocker from Camp Nelson and C B Reid from Louis ville came up Saturday evening to spend Sunday at their Old Kentucky HomesQuite a numbei of our young people and several old ones attended the circus at Danville Thursday Call and see Lipps Sisters elegant summer millinery in all the new fads and shapes It Harrod Alford aud Miss Nannie the handsome daughter of C F Estes were married at the home of the brides parents on April 27 by Rev K G MartinTom Marples of Casey county has a colt 10 days old by Almont Dare that he refused 225 for He will be hard to beat at the fairs this summer Mr and Mrs John Wesley of Som ereet are visiting Dr James Wesley who is recovering from a fractured hip The barn of Mrs Bettie Williams was burned about 10 oclock Saturday night together with 40 to 50 barrels ol corn lot of hay buggy and harness six hogs and a lot of farming imple ments Therewas no insurance and the origin of the fire is a mystery Pet Dunn of Lexington installed t gasoline lighting system in the Green River church near Yosemite last week Miss Alice Lyons and Fred Cravens and Mrs John Spears and James Cravens attended the Sunday school con ventioor at Yosemite Sunday Relatives and friends were surprised by a dispatch from Temple Tex announcing the death of W II Bohon who left here two years ago hoping that the change would improve his fail ing health Familiarly known to a large circle of friends as Uucle Bill ho was a welcome visitor to every home certain to enliven it with jollity and good fellowship Miss Haidee Rowe of Wayne county has returned home after a visit to Hus tonville friends Possession given to the purchasers of the following farms at once 151 acres nearly all river bottom Moderate im provements in fine community on fine road close to schools and churches Only 4000 130acre tract close by good cottage and outbuildings fine lo cation and good land 3OQO 200 acres of timber land on county road fino to bacco land big bargain 1650 160 acres blue grass land on pike splendid improvements 45 per acre Call or write to W R Williams Co Charles Wheeler and John A Blain were greatly pleased with their visit to Perryville ea representatives of the Hanging Fork church After a glorious session Presbytery adjourned to holda special session at Ilustonville June 25 for the purpose of ordaining Cary R Blain and installing him as pastor of Hanging Fork church At this meet ing Dr Lawsop of Springfield will deliver the charge to the pastor Dr Green of Danville the charge to the congregation and Rev J V Logan of Somerset will preach the sermon Not Sorry For Blunder If my friends hadnt blundered in thinking I was adoomed victim of con sumption I might not be alive now writes D T Sanders of Harrodsburg Ky but for years they saw that ev ery attempt to cure a lung racking cough fail At last I tried Dr Kings workderful 1 1 am now in better health thau I have had for years This wonderful life is an unrivaled remedy for coughs colds la grippe asthma croup hemor lungs50c teed by G L Penny atRowlandof the church trustees will be held after preaching Double Your Profits by Using an INDIANA SILO r wwww ASk any man who uses one 54 per cent of the food value of com contained in the shucks cob leaves and stalk 46 per cent in the grain therefore corn hand in the field loses 51 pers5 per cent total food value shockingtccntSILO is 95 per cent r Why continue to waste poor stock When the INDIANA SILO is within the i reach of all and fully guar anteed 185 SILO holds nine acres of corn and klU feeds 28 cattle six months I Also agent for the most uptodate ensilage and equipments Cutters Practical conveyor and com elevator I and loader s R E GAINES days joo late I y Iwa HIGGiivSI I ILLJHarry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer Marblo and Cranlto Monu monts Marken and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees Office and work Me Kinney Ky PROMPT PAYMENT of all losses is a feature of the lire insurance policies we issue There is no delay in settling the amount of damage and none in handing ov er the when the amount has been agreed upon The policy we is sue is a quick asset in case of fire Better have us issue you one to cover your home and business Fish Pennington Stanford Ky Phone 200 Put the Cook in a Good Humor by providing her with a sack of Baughmans Fancy Patent No 1 flour Then she will have a chance to show for fair what a fine baker she is With such fine flour as Baughmans Fancy Patent No 1 she knows she cannot make any ex cue for poor baking Order a sack today and see what lovely bread biscuits cake and pastry will be the result SJ H Baughman Co MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge Xo 6akF AM will nicet In tilted communication on each Ont and third Monday nights of mcli month at 7MJO etanIfordShall Women Vote If they did millions would vote Dr remedylorged feelings backache or headache con apIpetite I AGENT l Keeping Out The Flies is better than trying to drive them out So get Iyour window and door screens early We are ready with all sizes fin ishes and designs Come and make your selection now Better be weeks too ready than H cash i Bring Your Produce To Us I hive opened a produce house on Som IWe trrd ladwill pay the highest mulct ror1I Vault of country produce Bring iu your itui M O BASTIN CO- Slword Ky BLACKSMITHING Ilrlng your lilnckimtthlng and general repair work to me horse fito Hatlifnctlon guaranteed shop oppotlto 1hllllpi concrete store linAOKKTTStanford JLBeazleyCo I UndertaKers and Embalm en Also Dealers in fur I niture MattingsRugf They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCK Y CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I canfurnlib the public with the best ni well as the freshest of cut flower plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also tnitko a specialty of wreaths purposesIn above I have oil kinds of vugetables on hand nt reasonable prices CJIHIHTMAN 1HKKN J10UHEH KD JluiinAni IKOH Htnnford Ky I CONCRETING We are In position to do oil kinds of con creting ns Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from e house down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee arrt class pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky J J BELDEN For house carriage and alga pointing decorative paper banging nliouiiKgy trimming of nil as lops recovered curtains and boots mado HtapoverAldrldges black smith shop West Main Bt Ky ll1one NoG r J J 11KLDKN Stock of Merchandise for Sale t desire to sell prlvot IYII1 stock of Iro cerles nnd Hardware Doinga good bUll ness Will Invoice Reason 111 health OKO D novvn Hlnnford Icy ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE I THOSE having claims against the es tate of Geo 0 Saufley deceased are notified to present same to the under signed properly proven for payment Those owing will please make settlement with me at on9 George L Penny administrator 1 O O O O O 21 Ladies Low Shoes f0 io l Patents tans and Suedes in oxfords button nod strops with 0 j c with plain or tip toes and E tqA widths We think we M have just what you want nt 250 to oi the pair We find we bought too many tan low shoes and right now is the time iF- fy to make the price move them they are new goods they 1 arc oxfords and straps the quality is good they arc in the wUltra and Walkover makes and are worth S3 and 3J 0 butfw the stock we put thenfonsnlc nt 260i t ti1 iJ p H J McROBERTS Stanford Kentucky iiiG L Penny IL II Coffey E R Coleman m I Dr Hess Poultry Panacsa t fd themfiinGgood thrifty condition 1 The inorcato in the number Pr 1 layJ Va- fit It is soldat Penny Drug ttt1ijtoro jj 01 PENNYS DRUG STOREtt IStanford Kentucky Mr When You H aveji4 PredaceTo Sell Call H B NorthcottStan- ford Ky Phone 163ITHURMAN K TUDOR Manager e MAY 6th 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY PAGE HVE- J rt CORSET STYLE 7 COMFORTikvAra the two essential things you get in the American Lady corset Also e ever increasing demand for these goods proves their superiority over k tHermakcs of corsets NQW stock just in Prices 81 to 83 SEVERANCE Stanford Kentuckyi1 NEEDLES Bobbins and Shuttles for all sewing machines at Pennys Drug Storet to PERSONALS MRS J S OWSLEY Is quite ill at her apartments at the College OAKLEY HOLTCLAW is clerking at the St Aiaph Hotel W K PiiJNCB of Bartow Florida has been the guest of Miss Louella WhiteMRS ANNA D VANARSDALU will go to Harrodsburg this week to visit relatives P W Wiiiip pent Thesday in LIb- erty with his wife and baby who visiting there- J arcI S CAMIIIKLL has returned irteevoral weeks visit to Indianapolis and Louts i A B C DlNWinniK of Hustonvillr game by here returning from Louisville where ho has been on business CIIAB RonniNS of Crab Orchard has been confined to his borne by illness for some time but is better now MISSES LULA AND EMMA IUKFH end Mr Vcs Chancellor of Lexington spent Sunday with Miss Anna Chancellor Mug JAMBS Mensiiov who has been with her mother and sisters here returned to her home at Lebanon Junction Tuesday SPKCIAL AOCNT MOORE of the Mu tual Benefit Insurance Company was hero with Agent It M Newland this weekMn W 0 GOODLOK and family of Paint Lick are desirous of moving to Stanford if he can rent A house Mr Goodloe is connected with the Interns tional Harvester Co Absolutely Pure MRS LOGAN HUOIIKS continues quite III at her home on K Main street Mns MARY ELLIS is on the sick list at her homo on Dnnvillo avenue J F COOK was over from Lexington Tuesday seeing after his Dix river farm Tins engagement of Miss Martha Hodcs daughter of Mr and Mrs C II Rodes of Danville to Martin Reed formerly of Hannibal Mo but now of Danville has been formally announc ed The wedding is to take place on June 9th t I I II- II Men Only II t Many people pick up the newspaper and upon seeing some wonderfully low prices quoted exclaim what wonderful bargains yes maybe and maybe not it depends entirely upon the character of the merchandise An inspection of our goods will disclose the fact that only the best quali ties are kept here and also another fact that in no case are prices high er than others askin many cases they are lower n IGrave the mo e c ienttheactivepnnaple t- olOYAL BikingPowder Insures and delicious food for every day in every home NO ALUM pus M M SWEENEY is back from a visit to Pcrryville Miss SUSAN FISHER WOODS is with Richmond friends R Coup of took Wednesdays train for Louisvillb1- Miss MARY BRUCE has returned from a visit to Perryville MRS W H MER8HON and sons several days with friends at Lebanon Junction Miss MARGARET LIVINGSTON of Crab Orchard is the guest of Miss Blanche VanDcvcer yesterdayville relatives MR AND MRS BORON CAMPBELL art In Lancaster for a visit to relatives They have not yet decided where they will make their future home MACK CUDANKS Senator Took Hubble Col D N Pruwitt and Joe T Embry have been attending the races at Lexington LITTLE Katherine Fenzel who has been cared for for some time by Mrs It L Davison went to Knoxville yes terday to live with Mrs L C Lee A WATKINS of Mlddlcburg a Blue Gross League twirler of last season passed through from Barbourville on way home He will pitch in one sf the Southern leagues this season Man J M OWENS of Somerset and Mrs L B Cook or C tonrord are via ting their sister Mrs J W Sallee and chile then who have been the guests of Mr md Mrs M D Elmore returned home to Livingston Wednesday Mr Yes orfield stopped ofT between trains for them LethbrldltoAlbertRcalled to Kentucky in February by the Illness of her mother Mrs J II Mc Alister has returned from Lebanon where she called by the serious illness of her sister who suffered an attack of scarlet fever Sho left for her homo this week her mother and aistor having about recovered Mr Thos D Nnw land of Stanford has been spending a few days with Danville Is much pleased with his business undertaking in Stanford Advocate LOCALS Steen corn and sorghum seed at the Country Store TUB B Y PU rally will be held at- Mrs Ilunns Friday night Second hand Belt City separator for solo at a bargain W 0 Walker tf SEVERAL fine harness horses for sale highly bred Box 17 Stanford Ky SEVERAL wood secondhand buggies for sale at bargains See us quick Pence Bros tf IIIi NunneJley1Tqrnersvillc J weJwiller Pence Bros services at tho Methodist church IITilE at 230 ai d 730 r M each DR A S MOFFETT willpreach at the Presbyterian church here next Sun day OLD forsale all nice and clean suitable for shelve etc 25 for 5c This office FOR SALE Two antique sideboards a fine trap and a new typewriter Box 17 Stanford Ky tf Tim Brown is the ideal fence for hilly ground as well as level surface II C Carpenter Agent WATCH fur further notice of our big Spring opening on court day May 9th in Fridays paper Pence Bros 3 C B LEGHORN ergs for sale Best laying straJf Writo or phone Mrs R L Berry Hulfonvlllc Ky 710 THE Young womens Circle of the Christian church will meet in the lec tureroom of tho church at 230 Satur day afternoon Fort SALE Few nice Bull Orping ton cockerels Also egos for hatching Mrs W J Holtzclaw Stanford R F D No1Ens examined free by Dr W Gi Proctor of Danville Many nervous and other diseases are the result of eye strain Remove the cause dont try to cure symptoms Glasses fitted to re move strain and correct defective vis ion Difficult cases solicited At St Asaph Hotel May 9 1910 NOTE THE BROAD EVEN COLOR which goes on with every stroke of the brush dipped in our paints flow so freely and evenly that painting is a pleasure instead of a task The colors stay on too The paints are made of mater ials that will stand a lot of wear and weather Give them a trial J A ALLEN Stanford Ky Is A Nuisance- at the best of times But it is a hundred times more so if the tubs are out of order or the pipes are stopped up That is a part of the plumbing trade in which we are es pecially expert Send for us if there is anything wrong and well make it right in a a jiffy W K WARNER UCKYI Phone 188 STANFORD IS A In the style and finish of Ladies footwear as there is a differenco In the character of people The maker usually puts his character into his shoes if he is one of the anything will do kind he will slight his work There is nothing of this anything will do in our Zeigler shoes for ladies Trya pair of our new low shoes you will find them all you could wish in loaf wear new fruit see John D Horton IFOR your eye on the Country Store if you are hunting bargains JUST received a car load of American fence Its the best made George H Farris FOR SALE Black mare good d river sound afraid of nothing in foal At Will Ada loS stable Bledsoe Bailey received a mighty fine bulldoy by express from Howard Cam nitz at Pittsburg this week He had just won a hard light JOHN T LIVINGSTON who recently countyhilaSpokane i the West for a while FOR SALETlie members of the Baptist church will sell their parsonage to the highest bidder on Juno 13th countycourt day Onehalf cash bal ance in T D Newland E L Rhinehart Cicero Reynolds Trustees tS THERE DIFFERENCE A SON For wholesome RepublicanMRS Washday COME in next Monday and look at the Brown Walking Cultivators Brown Ei aXIejorrows The Bemis tobacco transplanter has no equal They are money savccc i Frazier carts buggies wagons etc- W H Higgins i ITCH RELIEVED AT pNCE t i That terrible itch disappears with the Jofmixed in D D D Prescription This soothing healing lotion used externally kills the eczema germ instantly Heretofore the D D D remedy fat been sold only in 1 bottles bat as Iitspecial offer any sufferer in this UB l who has never tried D D D can nor f try this remedy in a special battle it 2tc It cures the ittch instantly We know this Sold by Shugars Tanner t I t Does Not StimulatetAyers Sarsaparilla does not stimulate It does not make you feel better one day then as bad as ever the next It is not a strong drink No reaction after you stop using it There is not a drop of alcohol in it You have the steady even gain that comes from a strong tonic and alterative We wish you would ask your doctor about this He knows Trust him Do as he says fcAverCoLowellMosa What are Ayers Pills Liver Pills How long have they been sold1 Nearly sixty years Do doctors recommend them Ask your own doctor and find out rip I Corsets Ladies we have added two new styles in the new medium b- ackRGiThese styles insure perfect com fort and still retain the long skirt and Hips ell I 14 ti06dtY1 W E PERKINS t I CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY IL tinIR Hughes T W Humble W O Mft IINew Line of HosieryI f I Uattention We our ladies call line yourIand IesIcolorsY silkand ti lisle extra thin and medium weight Prices 25 rind 50c an6xtra value in an all silk lose for 100 We are also showing a beautiful line oftdropped stitched hose Black and colors I HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes L STANFORD KENTUCKYI I WAGE SIX THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY 6th 1910 r t All Peavine 4O92 k OE5CIPTIONand BREEDING Fourearold IS3 hands a dark chestnut sorrel with ia1 of bone conformation and action sired by Rex Penne 1796 he by Rex McDonald 1833 tieantdam Lucy Well 6404 by Peavine 8S god dam by Wanen Harris Denmark 3rd dam by haNOTEIITieS he has u much Peivine as it it to gel came mare Will save a limited number of mares at 25 to insure living c- oltDALMASI e fThisstallion u datk bay 5 year old 162 with best of bone and action with very heavy man c BREEDING Sired by Cesilia Chief lit dam by Ultimui 2nd dam by Gills Vermont 3r dvm by Bay Dick 4th dam by Bold Stokin l In offering tMi stallion to public I know he 1 wwhatwe need to get stock big enough to breed work Hs iswell enough bred to get trol y vex Will stand him al the very low price of 10 to insure live colt J at J G L At lime and stand two and ar too need advertising M Jii6ntwith all they lo lee all advertise stock colt is lo lo stock accident nol responsible R Scudder in Residence K CARROLL PRESTON i Sired by Preston by Washington 54 by Cromwell 73 by Wash mgton Denmark 64 1st Baby Pence sired by Enoch Arden Lady Pence Almont Forest 2863 dam by Garrard Chief He is a beautiful 153A hands high four years age He natural action than horse living and from his success as a show horse his three year old form fair to make a greater show horse than grand old being undefeated his class as a three year old and always getting the stakes against the crack show iorses 1909 This great young stallion will make the season 1910 at the stock- yardsI A T Nunnelley Stanford Ky at the reasonable 25 to insure a living colt Mares kept at per month not respon sible for accident or escape due when mares are parted wither fired to other stock W O Walker Stanford Kcrftucky Watzmann No 343 This splendid German Coach Horse was foaled May 21 1903 by H Hanenkamp in Germany He was imported by Crouch Sons of Lafayette Indiana was sired fy Eskimo No 1400 He is a very Sne type of the best Gorman coach horses and sold for 3000 three years ago He will make the season at Mustonville at 10 to in I 1place colt K BAUGHMAN 8 Stomach and I will clear the sour stomach I11utenthe breath and create a I appetite They promote the flow of I jaatrlc juice thereby inducing good diet jtstlon Sold by Penny I same place Will good jackt Jim Porter Brignolia These jacks well known lo I haY jnad several them and you knob how breed Term 8 insure live col Service due with the above when foaled mare traded toldc bred other Care taken to prevei bul any occur S Phone McKINNEY 922 dam 2nd dam bj 3rd bay of has more any in bids his sire in part in of of of figure of 250 and Season He my Liver healthy should BEAU NABOTII iiJXH BeauNllootllNaval ttai record 2IIs by Electioneer m Metropolttnnlift byltrtrllwybyWngnegalxthseventh dam sired by Tbarntons Rattler IGhandlWhen hu becomes acquainted with the his limited education you begin to realize that he ts truly a remarkable harness stallion that lie roust be n great horse Is proved by the wonderful progress that lie has made With very little handling he hatproven to bo the champion harness stallion besthorseshint and you will ace that there are no hotsIlehim a incldlrt liar ho will Got you n saddle colt give him n trotter mllrethe will gut you a trotting colt Nabotb combined with more record InndUes than most any horse In Kentucky Jeorge Wllks Klertloneer Hnmlltonlon and four crosses lalUlnnComl hlathreeany horse Will stand at the JohnUonkcnretakerphone19t Yeti IS to Insure a living colt JMPKTTUHPhone 7 PUBLIC SALE f We will sell at public auction at the Fields place 3 miles South of Stanford on the Somerset pike on FRIDAY and SATURDAY MAY 27 28 A lot of nice horses cows hogs cattle sheep farming inplements and in fact lots of everything a man needs on a farm It you are looking for some choice bar gains dont miss this sale If you have anything to sell let us know W He Fields W M Dunean J T Morris Red Light Red sorrel horse 4 years old ItI hands high extra weight and bone and sire te0 I all horsemen to need description ant- n pedigree ho by C F Clay 218 is dam by Red Wilkes Red Lights 1st Jam was Day Maid by Cecllimi son of the great Gambetta Wilkes 2n dam Nell by old Ualsora Ord dun Noonday by St Elmo 4th dam Mid e Jr 6th dam Twilight eby Lexington 6th dam Darkness b Wnjjner promI1 d sayimg that with his size style form speed and action that bo Is bound Ir prove a great stock horse it at my livery barn in Stanford at 31 t insure a living colt duo wino colt Is foaled or mare parted with Ro sure 10 see him before breeding your good mares IG G BKALEY Stanford Ky DONVARR1CK This nmgnlllcontly brew young itnlllnnI will make the Rcnion of IdlU at my itiible near Stanford Ky on the Hhelby Ol p1ke nt IIS to Insure u llvliiK colt Don 1 arrlc- 1162a beautiful chutlnut ihort back hearibone In fact the type of the trotter ROll perfect disposition He If by the Rrwit Onward Hllver r try that won the uo- TrRolylvanla Inn aeren bent more In IKIJ and tlie mine yciir wpn tbu IOISU Jlonncr Memorial find the broken dente and told for Irljhlilnllater for I3S too Don Vnrrlck t bred axuCtly Ilkn Span TroniylninlnI I Onward Hllver U by Onward one of the rlntest nnd best toni of Oeorge Wllkea lunwnnrsdiiin wns thednm of Director thI lire of that great fiimlly of trotters an I imcen Don Varrlckt lot dam Will liy Wilkes noy hy George Wilkes a lull llatrt- Q The Way a63tand halt ulster to Mud lene rntcben the dam of Rubber S10 Wlncbenter SW Hilly Wilton 133 nnd Mill It Ji1 ind dam Marth IlogaiCirey En Ile the dam of and Madden e ratltlen Don Vnrrlckjdnm produced Dr Conner that paced n public hail mile on the Lexington track nt 16 month In 11Ot nn sold to N Wllulilngcr of New Haven fo lgothatrottedmonth old lit 111 and told for IVU IVm Varrlck U fnit game and always on the trot very rnrely ever loaves his feet Ino qUllrter110 and the tulle lalOi 4 on the au hid of truck 1leaio note the rich Inheritance uf speed on both sides not n milling link for generations Breed to thll follow and you cant mini the four things every breeder looka for size illspoiltlon ipood and looli See him before booking your miuvs Kenson money due when mares art parted with nr bred to another horse Mare nt lUo per dayand all euro taken but will not Uresponsible for nccldenti or escnne non Varrlck U n 210 trotter It ha had the proper handling at same place will stand Two MigHty Jaclls Two iIUS9lLClifton point 4 years old lint Heptomber ISH hnbds high with a matchless head and ear well set on n rangy neck hits plenty lane and au balance and as a breeder ho Ii not surpassed RUSSEL 4ycaroIdlaitmuch finish and action as a hone and ut n ottllIlthlInuranceaccidents but will not he responsible tliould afterJuneK P WOOD8 JII WOO 11 TO THE FARMERS th6Jumooold patrons to remember me I also ask the patronage of runny new customersDOSIPIIK London For SalegMy house and lot on Logan avenue Waltons Opera House horse and run about for sale E C Walton Stanford Digpih Dare 1982 Combined Htalllon Dnrk Mntionnny lIay 16aH weight IM i ounJi It nlnulutvlr lourm In Iorway Kind dllpolUlon nhti etghlhltn everiblues uml ono mi out of llnhowi ni n bnr nell hone and ala model Ii In n dUll to himself He was never defeated except by rlnipsdmoney and when developed mate great uidiller wtd high priced tlinni aiKl flv gaited show lionessRlxty Ilrr of hls IIt Rt mi average age of s1 y years sold at nn aver defeatyIIhlllCtThlnk1 surli sadd n as he has surd JrolptCtIJimHerring More Toil liars London IanBare All Willie Foot Irtnc Imperial and fromdItseddleraantipr whet they con do Sno It tw by William Welch Ml A T IL K h- blItMlekllIambllonlon So to A T11 of tlliO nt my stable In lliiitnrivllli nt the low prler of COITMonptraded or removed or tired to ammy other stock A lien retained on nit colts until paid for Urns furnlilml nt reasonable price for settleforeveningMarcobut will not Iw tvsiMntlMe for accident or escapes WIII also at thr snore time nod place stand my great breeding Male Jack PEYTON so well known In the Writ Knd of Lincoln lenneUduemoved or parted with or bent to only other hllbttrs JPiuiPtt androotnlmlft1bcountyAll see him Phone lu resW ncr D S CARPENTER KydDock Grey poreosShetland tall owns cd by Hugh I Foster will make coltnin tho Shetland Islands and Is regarded by horsemen as the boss POD in Kentucky defeating all com ers in the show ring In 1003 Lien re tamed on all colts until season U paid Mures parted with or bred else where forfeits Insurance and monad becomes due Will make the soaon at FOSTKHiKy Sequel No 2512 Owned byJ B Sandidge Hus tonville Ky Bay stallion left hind foot white foaled Nov 17 1904 sire Prospect by Dignity Dare 1882 Dam Squirlie 191 by Black Squirrel 582d dam Daisy Denmark 188 by Sumpter Denmark Jr 3rd dam Fannie Wallace 56 by Sir Wallace Sequel is one of those full made ones with two good ends and a mid dle is nrf extra individual in every respect just such a one as you see winning the blue ribbons in the show ring is fine gaited neve touches himself anywhere and is a very high going on all round He has won 10 blue ties in show rings defeated Come and see this rand colt he is worth going miles to see Sound This horse will make the season at ffustonville at 11250 to insure living colt LOW ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEKERS FARES- TO The West Southwest and Northwest VIA 2 TRAINS DAILY 2 2 TRAINS DAILY 2TO TO ST Louis UMIII ST LouisWITHOUT CHANGE WITHOUT CHANCE Tlckots on Salo First and Third Tuesdays In each Month Return Limit 25 Days from Dato of Salo JVWrlls for Fares and Special Client Route Arrangtmtnti1i R V TONN T P A Jl GARDNHR G P A IjOUI8VIUB KY j t 4 All Hail to the Farmers and Stoclrmen Behold the Conquering Herdst Have Come EeelsiorI r 2 Imael Ky on H t from liw l of Mr Isaac i lleii Rest tale two year aero t fifth year d iIs vuy trimmingsa true picture ofan ideal jacta symmetry and perfection hit nugniricenl head ears neck and UBUouDknnce eiprtuing guthuJe aIm aquiline rye i the ear beauty that vibrate in unison and harmony animated by true The neck shoulders trunk feet legs thijhimuKlei I coneiponj in unique proportions and at once indicate he U a hit Jackthip He has die action agility and animation of a and demon states to the beholder he u the gifted ma of a always trans mined to hit cohi sue form lyramctry ityle and e and ittribjlei m Ve them tell high All eoltiof hit etcrpt awl all hire sold from 65 to 125 at weaning rlCtpt tbescIare not lot sale Excelsior has a strong Igor oice bays the hours in chronological order and in MBJK Onky Ookyl Onky Isay I aryl Ew Dek jrl Wall red and foaled In Old Kaintuek PeerlessTIle for leek I ray I My Im the Royal Donkey I aryl I uy See and hear the Royal ChoruiOnlyl Onkyl OnVyl Jenny Jenny Jenny my Jennjl Qnkyl Onkyl Onkyl By special perniuion the following gtntloon LiiMolit county 6 hare contented lo be used ai itttttate ft Rl raked or- purchased his produce and petiaaaUjr knew Mt and that hu coin are rated with the bet vies Mews Henry Harrit Deem F Long Margin CKappk Gtorjp I s W Chant Jocotao Retmsuchavdi S Tews- Exceluor wiN Kami at 8uttdtt same RfJitjo Ex telaot it the me ef a Y Me jtwirt wtl and k teat jtannet lack The season for husWs Galtons wiCk 15 The young alUon GikofTi Pedaljo will Ranch He ii a dark bay IS hands higH four yens old of a mod- eli ullion SimI by Ctlton 12910 din Iedu Ae Iby FalIconey Abd lloMembrin lhettai nca4 10 Morey by C F Clay etc etc This stallion eombipei the Willet Mrmbrino Scaly American Star and Clay at 10 to a limited number of good mares Urn rdaaedoe U paid Money due at once if mare it told or UaJaJ Willnet aideollr escape of mares Mares pastured al 2 pet faa trotters breed to Pedaljo i Bulldine the A hornlru red Short flfInull an in Ilwm iljrle ire symmetry and stand the lot with privilege of return All raise the beet beef it lo the Lest It it the bull thai U the IIconditiolllcows and lid you will be of and that will tell themselves without 1 chin muSIC Farmers who Heed to the brat sires raise the best stock and get the lest poets We ask the to purchase at the market price the of these line over other buyer The King of Lincol- nAA and prolific tire This bull war sired by Dr Vau ht No 729J5 dam Roberta NJ 123610A J C c Na 8 West 17th Su York N YwilllluJ at Three the lot with pririlejo of turn Cows an J heiferi piilured at reasonable rIle This been 85 per cent hale Hu hue told from 35 to 50 reoIhead ft short sal low yeiilin Every hue a good cow a matter of onirt lirinj Always golden jersey cream butter for no latM like this yellow butter Suxkmea and raiiete will do well to their eyes on 1 000 Acre with sir fits ttok grmy abunjant water prolific limsdone and and much virgin toil picturesque foreiti and and beautiful landscaper wire- fexcesail pikm Itaint houses and tobacco This land prodjcei the first quility of loWeo crop of 1933 soldier 16 12 emu crop told lot 15 cents per John B Jamie G Carpenter Jr Managers t F D No 1 Crab Orchard Ky Some Kentucky Fair Dates Lancaster July 273 days Versailles Aug 34 days Danville Aug 33 days Lexington Aug 86Tnylorsvllle Aug 94 days Harrodaburg Aug 94 days Brodhead Aug 173 days Jtk make pile ranch they ideal animal color muscle alOne Dollar cashat firma should cattle keep calves proud courtesy progeny animal Jersey Dollars cashat Lull progeny high grado heifers lamely ihould Jersey eotnny god hue other good loSaeo keep RinJi piiturei timber grail jntraji barns 1909 pound days daysLondon Nlcholasvllle Aug 303 days Barbourvillo Aug 313 days Monticello Sept 63 days Glasgow Sept 284 days State Fair Louisville Sept 12G days Dont Lose Hog Profitsworm that In one of roar boss U aatlnr rap Eerlalale wornif breed ao fiat that belnr know Ii lbere are am otthem and pretty soon the whole dmvinfected Dont feed tbeee panUteiUll tttmeipel them Nothlog u aa quick oral zero M s remarkable reed silt will destroy VETrbt lail worm In your S atock Sheep and all It Is a wonderfal tonic and eoodillor and will positively prerent Infection It geel direct to trio wormsWa thm xpti ift mlMTln the nlrotU stomachs and Intestines la prime rondlllon no that every ounce of food the Dlmal rate to make a profit for you Costs only 112 ot a cent per day i per bead to teed jVft Is manufactured by thn ft It Fen deCompauy CioreUnd Ohio rorsalpr PENCE BROS Stanford Ky IMAY 6th 1910 THB INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY w I PAGE SEVIV rJ I e 1 NOTICEfa ti Contractors I tatting WEDNESDAY 1910 MAY 11 Notice is hereby given that Jnit Suporvieor of turnpike ronds furLin coln county Ky will lu11110 AM Wednesday Aluy 11 1U10 receive Pealed bids for etono mid grovel eon trnota on the vnriou toction of turn pike in EnId Lincoln county Ky All bids for luriiMiing imuling bunking nnd spreading alone and ginvcl mutt bo sealed and filed with mo on or before 10 oclock A M WcdnwdnyMay 11 1010 nt Stanford Ky mid no bids will bo received nfter that time Contracts will bo let to tho lowest and best bidders and COH tractors will bo requited to give bond i with Iuretyto UV approved i tJJ I1IV for pcrfoinmnco of their contracts nod for all penalties and damages for failure to fO perform their contracts within tho time nnd- under tho conditions hoieinaftcr men 4 tioncd Stanford Danville pike NO 1 from Stanford to JI re Mat tic Whites 80 rods ttonc Same ice 2 from Mu Mnttic White gate to Boyle county line 30 mistlone Stanford it Hugh Umncli piko seo 1 from Stanford tL Lancaster pike to Hugh Hrsucli 25 rodutonc jt Smiio from Hush Branch to I JIuJiblcu 20 robe Mono Stanford A Crab Orchard pike sec 1 from Stanford to llaughinana gito 20 rods Etono Santo wo 2 from Bruighmnns gate to IlyvnlciH gate 16 rods tone Stanford lx River piko eea 2 PrnylornJauoStanford it uucnflcrIiko MX I ft from Stanford ogau a 25 rods Mono Stanford it Waynetbnrg pike sec 1 from Stanford to Oltouhoim pike 25 rod etoiir- Snmotcc 2 from Ottunhohn pike to Maywood Co rondat foot of Knob 25 rod atone Same sec 8 from Maywood Co road to Carters Store 10 rods stone Stanford Himtonville piko sea 1 l from Stanford to Cashs tore 00 rode ttbne Same we 2 from CnfhV storo to Hanging Fork creek10rocllllllouo Same KC 3from Hanging Fork creek to HuMonvillo 10 rolls stone Iluctonvillc it Cofreya mill piko see 1 from IIuatonvillo to Win Car sons 20 rods stone Huitonville it Danville pike see 1 from Jlutollillo to lllack piko 60 rolls stone Same ice 2 from Black pike to Doylo Qn line 20 rods stone McKinney Coflcy mill pike see 2 Gate Homo to Fnir JIoro 26 tads of stone 1 Danville t Lancaster pike whole rood 1T rods tone Lincoln A Boyle pike wliolo road fi rods elunu- Hangillg orknnd Hubble pike frtmi midi Drnnch pike to Danville and Lancaster piko fl rods of gravel- A f rod of stone or gravel shall con sist of 225 cubic feet Hand broken stone nnd gravel mutt IHS on margin of road or section by Sept lo 1HOJ1l gmvel must 110 sproad Ixjfore Oct 11 1010 All metal is to bo measured by tlio super vbor or his insistent who may doeig note vlcu and where it w to bo ipicnd All etusbldstone must be I Iprrod not Inter than Jan 1 1011 All static furnished must be good found hard limestone or quartz went broken into pieces not to eceod two iucliee in diameter The gravel must boolean end flinty The court or its repreicntulive may reject any innttrial not of proper SilO- Qr quality Didder mutt say wheth er stone will bo broken by bland or 1 crushed The supervisor reserves the right to reject any and nil bids Blank forums on which bids may bo made can bo obtained from the county clerk Copies of bonds may be obtained nt tho County Clerks ofliee Sli DUDDERAR Su Turnpike Roads for Lin coIn County Stonewall Jackson Jr RTTiil fine blackscUle stallion was litec by the great addle breeding ittllioo Old Stonewall This coltsdam wu a Denmark mare He ii a nice colt ami hit coin to prove hU good breed nil Will stand at 8 to insure until weaning line We hold a lien on all colts until paid for iBarren mares made to stand by the imprrgnato t We have peifecl success in this r Illlly IlrccklnriiliJc 7This Sne black jack was sired John D Harm imported jack He willmalte the sea- sonJ of 1910 at toy barn at 8 to insure a colt until weaning lime His get of 1909 u now on my farm lo showjoi hit good breeding He ua sure foal getter A T TRAYLOR GO SONs PLEASANT HILLS ft DreeJiog FarM Stanford R D No 4 I Notes and Accounts Collected We collect notes nnd accounts anywhere in the United States No charges unless we collect Also look after claims of nil kinds Bank references Correspondence solicited NAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky H rIt Pays To Advertise How Some CI J Patrons Have Found It Profitable Lately Splendid tributes to the value of tho INTERIOR JOURNAL as an advertising medium and nit a business puller were paid to it lnstweek In tho first in stance tho little son of Jack Deazlcy lost his fico dog Mr Bcazley adver tised for It In three Issues and after the third called up tho I J man and Balds You can take that ad out It found my dog A man way over In Garrard telephoned me that ho hid the dog and had seen myad in the INTERIOR JOUR NAU Mrs W H Wearen had a pen of fine Black MInorcas for sale and of course advertised them In the 1 J Mrs Amanda Uowyer of McKInney saw tho ad and came to town and bought I the birds and somu epgs too She told Mrs Wearen eha had read her ad in thai J iI Smith UHURhman ndvortiso some Jersey cows for sale Ho told the IJman Friday to tako the ad out they were Going so fast Hov F M Tin der of Lancaster came over and bouKht three paying me 50 apiece said Mr DauRhman Ho said he read my ad In tho Stanford paper And it has already been told how Mr LIccie Wood recovered her glasses through tho 1 J The moral of all this is obvious An Experts Opinion of Skin Dis eases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whoso name you are familiar with says that in nil his scientific ex perience he has never found so hard a disease to conquer as eczema Yet he does not hesitate to recommend ZEMO as a most successful remedy for the treatment of Eczema itching skin dis eases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp He says that not only do its cu rative qualities make it popular hut al so the fact that it Is n clean liquid remedy for external use A great im provement over the old style greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the geed life that causes the disease ZE MO drbws tho germs to the surface and destroys them leaving tho skin clear and healthy Can bo used freely on intents G L Penny will gladly sup ply hoso who call with a free sample bottle of ZEUO and n booklet which explains in simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure yourself at homo with ZEMO King Eagle Jr EagleVehKin 2555 he by On Time 745 he by Stonewall Jackson 72 Royal Kings la dam Movie Mountz 2584 was by the noted w ie CabbeUi Lexington F S Eaglei lit dam hip 3S79 she by Eagle nirdlOl he Old King Eagle 750 Zd dam Red Lion 3d dam lore Den Jimnellnon the byOld Drennon god dam Copper nol thoroughbred Note King Eagle is five yeast old dark bay with one white hind loot nice maae and tail He stands lull 16 34 hand high weight 1425 lbs andwell proportioned innery way peoJIeline breeder He had colts to come lad Spring that the Owners refuted 150 lor before weaning time He will make the season ol 1910 at our Fishingcreeked parted with or bred elsewhere without my content forfeits the insurance and the money becomes due at the lime of such transaction Care will be laWn lo pietenl accident but not teipon tible should occur Will also stand a GOOD MULE JACK SAM KEENE sired by S T Hard peal Bill Keene and out of a pedigreed Keene is 14 12 hand high backwith white point He has proved himself lo be a good breeder Will stand at 8 to inure a living cohoA lien retained on all colts until the season money ii paid C G CALDWELL 02 SON R F D 4 WAYNESDURC KY Phone in residence Wayneiburg Farmers Ex Barn Lumber For Sale 120000 feet of Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Barn Pat terns which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn Hay or good Horses and Mules Prices on this very rea sonable for I want to sell Write me atone Respectfully C J SIPPLE London Ky No Place Like Kentucky Former Lincolnite Writes Tender Letter Back Home PETERSTOWN W VA April 30 Dear Editor Am BO glad to sec tho great improvement in tho I J since you took charge Would like very much to have a hand shako and a heart to heart talk with tho new editor and In fact all of my old Lincoln county friendsOld la tho grandest of all the United States that I have ever traveled in It has the finest land horses and best of all the best people I have ever known I dont know when I was ever shock ed ns much as when I read in tho I J of George B Saufleys death from that terrible disease typhoid fever which has been tho causo of so many deaths and hoartaches around the capital of our good county I could hardly refrain from shedding tears when Isawhis pic ture on the first pogo BO natural and lifelike It seemed as if he would shako hands with me as he always did when I was in Stanford and saw him It Is hard for tho people to give up so great a mon and in his young days too But flu Who does all things well know beat and had higher work for him td perform May Gods blessing bo with his dear mother and father in their be reavement and help them to bear it and to realize that ho is much better oil up thorn than in this world Princeton West Virginia which place I havo just left is a great rail road center at present and will be even greater in the near future Streetcars Ice factory flouring mills brick kilns and about43 different business houses are sumo of the institutions here West Virginia is a great lumber mining and grazing state though very rough and mountainous I like the pee pie hero fine so far but they are not like dear old Kentucky people- W E SPANCLER 9 25 Junction City Ky to Asheville N C and return via Queen S Crescent Route Tickets sold May 2 to 11 inclusive good returning until May 31 1910 W C Rlnearson G P A John D Rockefeller would go broke if ho should spend his entire income trying to prepare a better medicine thin Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea dys entery or bowel complaints It is aim ply impossible and so says every ono who has used it Sold by G L Penny Commissioners Sale I In Lincoln Circuit Court la obedience to a judgment of the Lie eels Circuit Court rendered at its Feb ruary term 1010 in the case of Lticiaa Perkins plalntllr VS W J Edmiston et a I defendants I will on MONDAY MAY 9 3910 County Court day at about 1 oclock P M at public outcry totho high est bidder In front of the Courthouse KentuckyThat situated in tho town of Crab Orchard in Lin coln county Kentucky and bounded on tho north by tho Chappolls Gnp like on the cast by the lunda of W F Perkins on the south by Film street oil tho west by tho lands of Jnno Buch anan and containing twelve acres more or less Tho object of this sale Is to satisfy a lien tho plaintiff for tho sum of 83000 with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent from January 10th 1003 until paid interest payable annually further sum of 85 the probable cost of this action Said land will bo sold on a credit of six months and the purchaser will bo required to oxocuto bonds for the pur ohaso prIce payable to mo as Com missioner bearing intorost from tbo day of sale at the rato of six por cent per annum withgood anil approved personal security and further secured oy a lien retained on tho land II U SAUPLKY MCLCC K S Alcorn Attv 200000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices I have 200000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco bams and oth er building purposes at reasonable prices Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want and I can suit you WALKER OWENS KyShipping For His Sake My husband begged me to take Cardul writes Mat WaverlyVagreed to try it Before I had taken 1 bottle I felt better Before taking Cardtii I suffered miserably every month and had to go to bed until it worocff but nowj am lESO TakeThe IRbUI Womans Tonic willhelp wereInIt is not only a medi cine for sick women but a womenBeing gentle vegetable ingredi ents It is perfectly harm less and has no bad aftereffectsCardui be relied youTryAt all druggists A touch of rheumatism or a twinge of neuralgia whatever tho trouble is Chamberlains Liniment drives away the pain at once and cures the complaint quickly First pplication gives relief Sold by G L Penny The splendid work of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is daily coming to light No such grand reme dy for liver and bowel troubles brae ev er known Thousands bless them for curing constipation sick headache IndigestionSold Free ChildsRemedy What mother is not looking for somethinfthat will help her children of life something for the stomach trouble and the bowel trouble Long ago she prob ably has become convinced that a child cannot readily swallow a pill or a tablet and that to break them in half and crush them is an annoy ante that usually they work too drastically will are nauseating and too pow erful tle ones stomach Any motWrrJiyho will take the trouble of nmo and address can ob tain a free rat plo bottle of a remedy that thousand of other mothers are using and now paying for This remedy Is Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin and the otter of a free trial bottle Is open to any mother who has not yet used It laving used It and convinced yourself that it Is what you want you can obtain It In the tu turo of your druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle just as so many others are doing the free sample being simply to convince you of Its merits It is the bet way to begin on It Mrs L Davis of 187 W Harrison street Chicago nnd Mrs Mary Belford 1710 Coke street Louisville Ky both started with a free sample and now they write that they have never been without a bottle in the house since It Is undoubtedly A great family rem edy as it is adapted to all ages being mild nnd pleasant to tako and yet thoroughly effective It is especially the Ideal remedy for children and women and old talks who need something pure mild and natural It has tho advantage of be ing a thorough laxative and yet contains tonic properties Use It for the most stubborn constipation Indigestion liver trouble sick headache sour stomach and such complaints with a guarantee that It will cure Dr Caldwell personally will be pleased to give you any medical advice you may desire for yourself or family pertaining tc the stomach liver or free of charge 1 xplaln your case In R letter nnd he will reply to you In detail For the free sample simply send your name nnd address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address is Dr W B CaldwellnSOo Caldwell building Montlcelto III r 1 EXCURSrON1q CINCINNATI AND RETURN SUNDAY MAY 8th II SPECIAL TRAIN Lv Juncllofl City 556 A M ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PABIICUUBJ 1 Cfte Lincoln County national Battle I Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000Surplus 43OOOOa Resources 34000000 8H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON CASfeHHAYS FOSTtR CLERK I DIRBOTOR3t I01ValkerStanford S II Shanks Stanford Gee W CarterStanfop John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T C Ran5 kin TraylorOilbqrtB w H Cummins Prcachersvillc Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Greek King EagleN- o 2556 Vol 6 A S H R King Eagle is 16 hands high dark bay with flowing mane and tail goes 11 of speed stpleandaction PEDIGREESired ROyaI Kin2555he Y On Time 745 he bY Stonewall Jackaon 72 Royal Kings lit dam Mollie Mountz 3584 by the noted sue Cabbelli Lexington F S EagleBirddam by Red Lv n 3rd dm by Harris Denmark JimBellNOTEKing Eagle ia combined tuition a breeder of fine color and high styled colts they all having size style and action He tiled colt that won the 50 stake al the Stanford law and the 100 stake at the Lancatter fair defeat lag there four of the get of the great Rex Pea vine This set of King Eagle was second in the 300 stake at Harrodtburg with 24 entries and defeated the colt that won this stake two out of three shows Hit colts are in demand bring the highest prices King Eagle will make the present season at the low price of 15 to insure a living colt alio stand the great mule jack Jim Keene atIO for mares and 20 for jennets to insure a BillyKctnehighblackAll of the above mentioned tock willmake the teaionof 1910 at our stable 212 miles pikeMaresfelts the insurance and money becomes due a the time ofuch trantaction For furainformation call on or address the undersigned Xo417V5 Vol 17 AT IL It brtU by ugene Ituck orOeorsetown Ky Aihlnnd Urook war foaled 1MB loltd buy with left hind rear highHrDiaiiKE Brook JJo 18789 record 2154 tire sire ot Margaret t Bathgate 21I nettle Brook tal2i La 1 tight 5W3 llrlghtllglst ras and Valpa 200 rlrnlllibt aired by Alcyone No Zr record iOT Ashland Brooks lot dam Bun ler Ashland Wllkea Hired by Ue4 Wilkes ll0 ho hy George Wilkes necont Lilly by Pretender 14W and Qara by juts Monroe KiA f going with speed style and great nctttn Ills oldest cotta are three years old und h ore nil ono could expect they bearing gook colors with plenty of sire style and ilnlih Ashland Brook sired the great unbeaten twoy eer old Hallle Brook that sold for JMO Ashland Brook will make Sbe present season at rte to Insure a living oiu WAR TRACE Will also stAnd the great young Jack War TraceatrlOfor mares and 120 for Jennet ond ho by the Imp Tax Payer that sold for p2ui his dam was by tho Imp Great Eaitern War Truce dom by Bedford he bf Ktell Btnrllght I S T HARRIS ISTANFORD Kentucky Farmers think that if they raise 20 bushels of wheat or 15 barrels r of corn to the acre they are doing well ARIZONA RANCHES raise from 6 to 9 crops ofAlfalfa a year yield from 1 12 to 2 tons to the acre per cutting which sells from 10 to 20 per ton We have ranches that yield two crops of coma year and no dry years for all we have to do to make it rain is 1 to turn on the water in the irrigation ditches We have fruit ranches cattle ranches chicken ranches hay ranches j and in fact anything in the ranch line large or small and at all kinds of prices Arizona will soon become a state and is coming to the front very rapidly All kinds of property are in great demand and getting higher every day Railroads are being built gold copper and zinc mints pro ducing untold wealth and we have the finest climate in the world All inquiries answered Robert C Saufley Of the G A MARSH COMPANY Parker Iu I Save 75 Ashland Brooke Urook14Y2WlJolllott bVlJarknlght record2474the letlow lKhondsHtnr promptlyI Arizona BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR I FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 25 The regular price is too Those who bring or snail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us wlero they saw it will bo able to have one reserved at the low rate of lizs Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use V PRIICIPIL a X- 01ldBUSINESS COLLEGEtaooaoaraa Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY I J STAGE EIGHT THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Wit rBUi 1010 If e 01011 I AUTOMOBILES I SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES AGENTS FOR I 750II BaKer Electric 2OOO to 4OOO I StudebaKer Garford 4000 to 6000 If interested Phone us Bell 24 and we will gladly give you I demonstration I Danville Ice Coal CoDanville icy I J ii 18 OgIJ M M Mc ii The Electric Light Treatment I i1 W The most celebrated and popular treatment of today THE ELECTRIC LIGHT TREATMENT was unknown and undreamed I of before 1891 In that year Dr J H Kellogg of Battle Creek devised the first Electric Light treatment apparatus Two years later apparatus made after the original model was exhibited at the Worlds Fair in Chicago A visitor from Germany saw the apparatus became interested in it visited Battle Creek to become familiar with the technique of its use and in returning to Germany began its manufacture and sale in that country The treatment soon became highly popular in Germany King Edward of England was cured of a distressing ailment at Hamburg by means of a series of these light treatments As a result he had the apparatus installed in his Windsor and Buckingham palates Emperor William of Germany soon after followed his example as did several of the other crowned headsnnd titled families of Europe Suite then a vat number of these light apparatus hare beta made and are now in use In u totthe leading hosPitals phyticiani offices santtoriums of Europe More recently the mJical protection have become interested in this new and powerful cure and xptodate nhyiiciaiu hospitals and sanitariums are installing this most efficient meaiu of apply rig a remedy which ii capable of rendering important service in nearltVtfY known chronic Xacaie The effect of the treatment ii highly tonic and it the CUte of such Usenet as Rheumatum Nervous Diseases and Digestive troubles It has a lon recordof ares of Asthma Bronchitis Obesity Fatty Degeneration of Heart Neuralgia Scuba Kid wry rod Liver Duorderi affections of joint Chronic Headaches Chronic Constipation dis asap of the skin and many chronic diseases of the nervous system This EI lric Light treat r jysit east now be had in Danville o- fFREDERICK DEH AVEN M D MILLS BUILDING TELEPHONE 491 DANVILLE KENTUCKY THE WARFIELD aritfl Tn221 b Jfroperty of R M Owens iSon McKInney Cr Hark bay stallion Id hands foaled asg K IWI bred lit Village fnrin East- aurora N Y Sired by Dare Devil 300 twee allow winnings he won seven chum Horse Show first dam t liJtJbjlUrl by hex Amerlcus ySAtU four a JtllJi aim of American e telttttireo yenn record jo other bz olista son of Onward Mil record SSSJf d as 1 Onward 8llverro6 and 175 others In rl8I1111 inward was sired by Oeo Wllka blatpbdvoliaglr76areddseV4 third dam Nutwood 9 dlHeiUi1reori80 In Y 30ist fourth d aiTofmzby Htrntlimore 4j giro of to In Ito east Fifth dam Wlllard by Albion Dam Ned Edwin Forest seventh Andy Turner liy Itrimbrlvo Chief 11 The iirtalfId Is an extra high class hone not uJtiAf of anything n high nctorond as well aialim astray horse In and out of the stable F 3S Hocker President- SF To Harris Vice j McRoberts Cashier has a good cont and carries nice bead and tall thUli a ourn trotter b itrpprd a mile In M day handling Ki4 The Worlleld It a truly made horse of grand Individuality and bred In line that entitle him to become a sire of note seeing that he law son of the great race horse and famous sare Devil a9 the latter earned the title or the Monarch of the home stretch while on the turf and after retirement to the stud acquired Imperishable renown at a tire Not only have the Dare Devils race horses but the family has furnished many noted show ring Winners as well as Dare Dovll and Mabrlno King both be- Ing champion show stallions of National fume received morn money In time show ring than any two stallions In the world Will make the present season at our farm one mile from McKlnuey Ky at = IQ to In sure a living colt UrlgandYoungUrlgnoller on sides Ills colts sold for more money than any jacks In Stanford Ha Is 16 4 hand stands well on his feet a sure foal getter lie Is In every way ft to Inture MOWKNBASON MKlnneyKy FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY fflGANIZED IN 1882- CAPITAL STOCK 50 000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Safety1qOFFICER Presideat lJohn bookkeepert Progenitor DIRECTORs F Reid J H Baughman- M D Blmore J M Venus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson- E O Walton J S Hocker W H Murphy RURAL TELEPHONES9R FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city sxbilcc and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations It My time This can he accomplished by means of our telephone service 7rlielt you and your neighbors can get for a aura that is small compared with iit benefits received Call or Address our nearest office or write direct to Etslquartere Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Fur I ans Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we RelituckyTexlessee315ao5 EAST TENNESSEE TEL tic TEL CO INCORFOBATKD LifeSize Portraits Of George fly Presented To Family And To Lincoln County Two very handsome lifesize portraits of the late George B Saufley have been made by the Eureka Portrait Com pany of Huntington West Virginia one being presented to his parents Judge and Mrs M C Sautley and the other to Lincoln county The latter has been accepted by the Fiscal court and will occupy a consplcious place in the circuit court room of the new court house which Mr Saufley worked so hard to secure for the county Both portraits are splendid likenesses of the young attorney who was cut down r n the threshold of a brilliant career aha it is a fitting tribute that ho should be thus remembered while the presenta tion by the portrait company Is a token of the high regard In which they held him as their attorney and as a stock holder Methodist Meeting The meeting at the Methodist church is being conducted for the conversion of sinners and for the development ol Christian We cordially invite all who desire to lead a to attend the services The world is to be saved not through the ministers alone but the layman must do the greater of the work We wish to see the christians of this community so filled with the Spirit that they will becomo lights to the world Let us come together and seek the Power that will titus fcr service in the vineyard of our Lord J J Dickey Pastor ME church Highland Farmers are busy planting corn be tween the cold and rainy spells Born to the wife of Joe llaugh a girl also to the wife of Lon Skidmore a boy M G Young who has been laid up for some time from the effects of blood poison is much improved Mrs Will Jenkins is some better John R Carrier of Eubank has moved to the Napier place Thomas N Butt IB adding improvements to his roe idence in the way of a new veranda and kitchen W G Acton has torn down his old house at the corner of Main and Surber avenues- J H Butt has gone to Louisville to buy goods for his new store Dr C M Thompson will extend his telephone line from C M Young to J H Butts store Mr and sirs Parker Jenkins of Lan caster were here to see his mother who has been very III Mrs Leo Long of Danville in visiting relatives here Miss Eva Young spent several days with her aunt Mm Luddy at Nlcholasville Mils Serena Young who has been with her brother Ilev E E Youn at liar Ian attending school since December has returned homo CharliesHall of Science JIll spent Sunday his cousin Milia Minnie it Joe Rose spent Sunday with site BOH near Danville When Your Horse Is Harntssi in a set procured here youll hardly knpw him for the same animal He will seem to know that at last he has a harness on that fits and looks as it should Suppose you get a set now Your horse needs one anyway so Why notget him a good one it will not cost any more J C McCLARY Stanford Ky Almont Dare 3228 A S H R Sired Dignity Date 1 982 he by Chester n8WilliambyAbdallah2nd dam Lady Davis by Cril Davis by Dour bon Chief 3rd dam Millie S by Foreign Light by Foreigner Imported Clenco 4th dam Bet tie C by Cunninghams Copperboltomj 5th dam by Imported Buzzard NOTE Almont Dare so fr u we are able to discover is the first horse on record haying to his credit the honor of defeating with own progeny those of hu sire Dignity Dare Since he first became a tire he has h from I to 4 premium colts shown each at the different county and they are developing into a fine of walk trot and 5 galled ono This hone is the result of a lifelong mating with the best dams and sites obtainable and ai a natural result is a tine horse beautiful bay about 16 hands poundsApeers going 6 distinct saddle all fast true and naturally extremely high A high laiUd gelding600 and to Troxy Dare that has won more DignilYDaretion This horse owiag to age and location willmake the season at our stable 2 12miles rom Huitonville 4n Huttonville and Liberty at 15 to insure a live colt Mares traded or bred elsewhere readers season due Cray in abundance at 2 per month Out personal at responsibleforinspectionE s POWELL SON- Hudonvilte Ky t 0 FARMERS DEPARTMENT FIVE good second hand buggies for sale B D Carter Stanford 1 will handle horses break them to ride and drive well at very reasonable StanfordWE seed at bargain price J H Baughman Co it secondhandnext Monday 9th Jas G McBcc Two ewes came to my place owner can get same by paying for this ad and MorelnndKyT W Jones shipped a car or hogs boughtthem8ic frotnJI September 40Iflot of heifers and steers at 5 05Ad vocateW Kincaldwent Richmond Mon day to buy horde The 210 ncro farm belonging to the estate of D J Jackson deceased in Mercer was sold to Mrs Mary E Cat lett and her three sons for 5J50 tnsdeinBiimated Wednesday when Ike Shelby of Boyle sold to Jop Thompson of Prraohersvillf 70 hogs weighing 115 pounds at sic Mr Shelby raised the himself The Markets Cincinnati May 5CattleReceipts 572 market quiet fair to good nhipncrs 6 35 f7 60 common 2 7C6 CO Hogn lb42ichigher9 GO common S 25tf9BO SheepRe ceipu 145 market steady 4fir6 26 Lambfl Mnrketctcady COiS- 25SprinklesKennedy Peter Faulkner Kennedy son of Grove C Kennedy of the East End and Miss Lula D Sprinkles the pretty daughter of William Sprinkles were married at the Preacberavllle parsonage Wednesday the father of the bride of ficiating Lancaster Arthur Joseph and T K Watson of this city have organized the Independ ent Baseball Club of and ex pect to get their team together in a few days The entire team will be com posed of local men with the possible exception of a pitcher and catcher The prospects art bright for a fine team and some games like the good ones enjoyed hero last season may be looked forward to hasbeencounty jail for the killing nf another ne gro named George McCowan evaded hiding ping by when it was opened lie was captured later about five miles from town by Chief of Police Herron and again landed behind the bars WIIliamEarle Simpson estate The will of E H Walker was probated He left his property to his wife and named her as executrix The will of A M Broaddus was probated J W11111and K A Broaddus were appointed admlnlstr tore lie loft half of hit to his wife and divided the over half equally among his seven children The Lancaster graded school district must elect two trustee at the regular opinionInresignation of R H Batson PROFESSIONAL AND- IUSINESS CARDS J P CHANDLER Auctioneer I will conduct any kind of sales In Lincoln and surrounding counties If you want good for land or stock see mo Stanford IJDNo ar n JOHNSON Auctioneer I will conduct sales in this and sur rounding counties Satisfaction guar anteed Stanford ItDNo 1 A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KenttieKy I am B grnduateof Jones National School of Auctioneers Uhlcngoand hove had ex perience in the big cattle sales nt the Union stock Yard Chicago wbttrew sold tome thoroughbreds on high as J1AO Also In horse salea wneromf sales were made each day Auctioneering U u science and I have studied It with this Heeor phone me before you arrange for your cat make tales to your advantage PJIONBMll Spring Summer Stock Hnvojrour mcniure tAken by a tnliorof ex perlence Then your clothes whether tow price business suit or the fluent evening clothes will have that Individuality Mid lit irhloh plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your mesa ute for extra trousers fancy vests topcoats and overcoats Hprlngand Hamtne latuplei on hand ready tot your Inspection 110 KUPiiBY The Tailor Htanlord Ky When Hungry OOTO Oarsona Restaurant Lancaster Htreet Stanford K Meals served at all hours up to 1130 p M lost place lu wn for a good quick menl Booking to suit our customers our specialty Bplendld new line of fancy Groceries Hot OonYe Sandwiches pies flutter milk and sweet milk etc at nil tinsel Wa A CARSON Prop H ti Yon rift pot tfiW at thcCROSSBTI shoo store Sam Robinson Stanford ky 1 r I Wire oil mfc 1 f I f i T E Louisville IIUGHE y i Farms for Ie Insure andj Tobaco IarnL D Wearen Residence M Insure me bo fully protected D Livery DepotStreetPhone 96 KENTUCKY I my thoroughbred bull nt my on pike JIJO Money cow to with or from 0 Btanford s p RINGs 1HER1I l MEET with springy step that shows your I feet have Springtime iness Which means wear I Crosse ShoeMAKES LIFES WALK EASY TRAD MARK Jsnappshade Boston Gray shoe to go with your gray I trowMarathon last Other Crossctt styles give a wide range of choice 4 to everywhere I Lewis A Crouett Maker NORTH AniNCTON t fi FOR e I I I Screen Flower Vases and Jardinieres on IUbeforejroi buy I LaL SANDERS KentuckyM Nothing If have anything to sell LlNI=Take to Nunnelleys New Stock Yards Ho buyrnnd set i every day in the Sunday Bring on your stock market iu the BUto with coil and water best covered pen outiuh of or Lexington STANFORD KY We also do a general hitch and feed business W L MCAUTYPrw E C WAITON VPrcs IJR S AT Real Estate Got r 1Stanford KantucKy and Town Pmpcrtv Handled on ComrauiioD Stocks andsOQuds Slid Ii Hnvo Prolnertp to or Kent Notify Uas3 I Write Circular to NJ JP h L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford KyJ Tobacco But Insurance tJesseThe Insurance Ma STANFORD KY Phone Ones IIG with and J3 CARTERNew STANFORD Polled Angus Bull will stand 1olleJ Aligus place Somerset a due whun known be calf porte W LOVBLL Ky k I her the the theI JustIthe you Inc MASS you lath- eSTOCK your except Beet picntyofr Stanford you Soil I g C McClary i I Undertaker and Embalmer STANFORD KY Ifltixt Hnone 1CT Home Ihonn 16 Amusement and Enter tainmen Every Eveniiig- Tht Iniastnnd be run ot moving plcturoa nt tho Tliiatorlum rimiles the grown folks delights the A now picture fivofy nlnht Only and JoeYE jlOKKKi nuu l NpTlCElThose hi vlitf claim Against estate ol Mrs Mail II cu deceased will present them Owluge y AUmlnUtratorMr tialkRloaII u