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Jones Dies In Louisville While Undergoing Operation For Cancer Of Face. Roliert G. Jones, for eleven years the town marahnl of Stanford, died sudden- ly and unexpectedly In I.ouiivillo Wed icHijay micrpuuii, jvmic undergoing an operation for oncer of the face with which he had suffered for some tlmo. Mr. Jones was one of the best known residents of Stsnford and news of his death came as a severe shock to the community. Mr. Jones was born in Rockeastlo county 01 years ago. When it young man he removed to Lincoln couny, where ho made his permanent home. He enirneed In eentractinir and carrion. 'tcringand by frugality and energy he aroajueua competence. Alter serving faithfully as town mirslisl of the city for eleven years, he retired and bought a grocery and general store on Depot street, which he and his sons wore conducting at the timo of his death. His wife and flvo children John, Walter, Robert. Maggie and Kittie survive. The deceased waa n member of the Christian church and of the lodge of Maccabees. The burial took place on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock In IIutTalo Cemetery, services being conducted by Rev, Walker. A large number of friends and loved ones were present to pay tho last tribute of pect to his memory. res- FACULTY ELECTED FOR NEXT SCHOOL YEAR. All Teachers Ex- Linotype Machine Soon To Be Installed in Interior Journal Office MIDDLEBURG WOMAN i QUARTERLY MEETING WHIPPED HUSBAND AT HUBBLE THIS WEEK cept Two, Who Were Not Applicants For Places Again. Tho faculty for tho Stanford I Huh and Graded School was elected for the ensuing year nt a meoting of the board or trtmees Wednesday night. Superintendent J. W. Ireland holds on form And When Arrested "Played Pos Three Days' Session To Be Held- sum" On Officer Interesting Mrs. Barker Breaks Her Arm Letter From Casey. Other Live News From Little Burg. MlDDLEBURO, Kv., May C, 1010. Lucy Black was arrested last week Hoiirlk, Ky., May C, 1010. charged with whipping her husband, Quarterly meeting begins nt McKcn-dr- ec John Will Black, and will be tried this Metliodist church here Friday eveweek. The parties live in the Hatter ning. There will be preaching Friday, creek section. Constable Marion Black Saturday and Sunday, with Presiding Elder executed the nincrs on Mrs. Black ami Much Robinson leading the services. Interest is felt in these meetings started to Squire Stnton's to deliver tho by the good people of this community goods, when his prisoner "went dead" and large congregations are expected on him, and, tuinhline over on tho to be present. Sunday, June 12, Is ground, refused to budge. He sent cno ot ins posse to a neighbor for a wagon. Children's Day and elaborate exercises will be nrranged for its celebration. out Pcrore he returned she got able and Mrs. Thomas Barker is suffering from willing to "mosey" onuntothoSnuiro'a a fracture of her right arm, sustained ollice. when she fell while backing away from The splendid fruit nrosnects went a vicious horse. Dr. Hielcle net th glimmering on thu night of the 23d ult. jured member and she is resting as The frost got everything in sight and comfortably as possible unper the cirmade quite a dive for that beneath thn cumstances. Mrs. A. surface. Corn that had been planted has been quite ill, Is M. Luce, who considerably imis thought to be killed, or so damaged proved, her friends are glad to know. as to require Sam Harris is limping n trifle on ac- -' Some 25 teamsters who were hnnlint- - count of one end of a harrow dropping cross-tie- s for Jason Coifuy at Yosemite on his toot. A tooth penetrated his went on a strike last week, demanding foot and caused a very nainfnl Mnrv on advance of 2 cents on the tie. The A. P. Sloan has just completed the strikers held a pretty stiff upper lip for school census of this district and it a lew days, but seem to be weakening, gives a very creditablo showing. as some of them have returned to found 88 white and 40 colored pupils He in work. Hubble No. 1. A young divinity student of GeorgeL. P. Weaver has retorned from Lextown Col let: e will preach at the Itantinr ington, where he underwent a severe church here Sunday morning and even operation for catarrh. He was much ing. Willie Watkins, of Barbourville benefited. College, will be here and mako a talk S. B. Sanders, the nonular to the church on Saturday night before. ter and storekeeper, has been nmlm. on a visMr. Watkins has decided to make the it to Somerset. His friends nro mn. ministry and teaching his life work. gratulatinghim that he came back so and he says that he wants to begin at ber, since bomerset ha3 gone "wet." I , other year, under a contract with the Hoard He was offered the supcrinten- ileney or tho ilarrodsburg city schools at a handsome Increase, in salary, hut h has ''made bo goodv heru that tho locl board refused to release him All of the teachers of the school were except two. who were not applicants for reappointment. They were Misses Frances Adams and Annli. HcJtzrlaw. Their places will be taken rticorn, ujui" rwmeLong, 01 tins city, aim Miss Agnes of Richmond. The latter has been attending the Eastern Statu Normal, nt Richmond, and both nro well qualified for their work. The roster of teachers by grades for th next year's work ns ussigned by the trustees, is as follows: HlghSclKjol7l'rof. 1 C. Ueemcr. 8th Grade-M- iss Claudia Eaton. 7th GradcMisi Margaret Hopper. fi'.h Grade .Miss Agnes Long. 5th Grade Miss Kato Alcorn. 4lh Grade--Mis- s Lena Palmer. 3rd Grade -- Miss Jennie Newland 2d Grade-M- r. II. I). Phillips. 1st Grade Miss Ann In McKinnev. Instrumental Music .Miss Ellen Hal- lou. Vocal Music-M- iss Ethel Fetro. Elocution-Mi- i. jtjL.i Sudden Death ss gelding from Sam Harris, for which Several ladies of this vicinitv will f boycott the DUDES AND "DUDINES" next year. he paid $175. He sold a horse to Mrs. Three Big Fish. borne 50 or more pounds of broom corn J. C. Rankin for $1C5 J. L Sloan sold seed have been ordered and u orettv four hogs to Lawson & Rrnwn nt air. .WOULD BE BAD" vout number of the Christian church I Frank Rout Proves Himself An general crop will be raised. Cephas J. S. McKittrtck sold to the same firm , and most excellent Isdy. She was Bastin has promised to out in machin- - seven at a similar figure. Squire Jas. Able Disciple of Izaak Walton. .about WOjyears of. ago and besides M rs Kate Malloy Seriously Injured And If Judgment Day Caught Them ery at his mill and will tie them on the McKechnie sold a good family horao tn White,. tesves another sister. Mrs. Jno. May Uaye To lie Destroyed. . Unprepared, Says Dr. CarpenTom Wilder for $150, and Mr. Wilder B. 'Mention, of Somerset, who came up B. Frank Rout not only knows how shares. This seems to be the proper thing to do, and if the farmers will put sold the same animal to Mrs. Bettie tVjKfcHMl the burial ter 'at' Kato Malloy. the once great show successfully manage tho Stanford TtnfMaeral will be preached at the mare, and owned in her oalmv dava bu Meeting. 'Water. I.hr nml lea nlnnt K.nf : .. in a good crop they will likely find it a Broaddus for $185. Boner McKechnio has returned from Danville, where he ChfUtfifi church at Crab Orchard at 10 Judge W. A. Tribble, fall whilo run pastlmaster fijherman also. He fished profitable business. attended the circus and had a fine time. I Lo'ctecJciiMs, Friday, morning by Elder ning In the pasture Wednesday and lt- '11 - iaxe a snort,. wnile tno other day The Sunday-schoconvention at tho Stanford enlisted in the Anti.Tuber. in me JUMfCston, after which there- - broke her left hind ankle. She is about culosis war at tho mass mcetintr of elt and landed a siir nnnml hnaa onH torn Christian church at Yosemite was well r mWw4H m laid to rest In the Crab 20 years old and Dr. John Cook, the izens held at the Presbyterian church basstthjt weighed 5 J and 1J lbs. attended and seemingly well enjoyed. Two More Suits OreASrd Liberty seems to have been better repwell known veterinarian, thinks she last bunday night; ,and will bo, hca?d respectively. y-4resented than any other portion of the will not get well but will have to be from in the splendid campaign which Is globe. They came from there by every Filed With Col. A destroyed. being made by the State Association Swope to Be Tried SkK Sold For $300. . Jason Wesley conceivable means of conveyance im'Shu was on the farm of Walter D. Every seat In the churcli was token At May Term of Court. aginable, and there were among them Walker, Mr. Curtis Cover, of Odb tn'd many were turned away from' the several as jolly lads and lasses as one her present owner, having sent doors, unable to gain nrfmltUnce. All Resigns From "Crack Pcrchcron Stallion Goes To Revenue Service is likely to meet in a Two more suits to be tried at thn her down to be bred to Mr. Walker's if the pastors of the city occupied Beats lifetime. f Springs. And Will Locate at Danville. great Carrol) Preston Kate Malloy on tho rostrum and all the physicians In the magistrate's court at Yosem coming term of circuit court here have : was a great saddle mare in herdav and who could get away from its, Ben Patterson was ziven a fine of been filed in the office of Circuit n.rt ' patients were Jason Wesley, The great black I'ercheron stallion, said to be the most $10 and five days in the county jail for Swope. W. R. Singleton, of Waynes- SHI. wMeh Walter O Walker had here has won many a big stake. She was present. . good in the combined ring. The meeting was announced to be popular man in the "State of Casey," cursing old man John Vest. Dick Lit- - Durg, at ks yjoo damages from the Cinfar a isliite, has been sold by his own also l held uudcr tho auspices of tho physi' handed in his resignation as traucrer in trell got one cent and cost for shooting cinnati Southern railroad for loss of VMKs Adams & Son, of Mt. Vor- vnr His Third Birthday. sians and three instructive addresses the revenuo service under Collector J. Mrs. Eliza Carman's dog. The case of fences and timber, which, he alleges, f' mrW Uw Exchange National Hank of were set on fire by sparks from the y & Colesajia Springs, Col. They had a lien were made by Drs. M. M Phillirw. J Sherman Cooper and will move to Dan- - a breach of the peace against Mrs, " 7T Hfen'MM animal for $3000 and the bank Master Shejton Saufiey, vide and take the Sims was continued to May 26th. company's engines. Attorney George Jr., enter- G. Carpenter and W. R. O'Bannon to Mitchell Taylor,position of chief clerlt frhouflt Mm In at that Hgure. but were tained a number of his young the stave king. He Warrants were sworn out for J. W. D. Florence filed the petition for friends Uev. D. M. Walker, of the Chriatian was formerly t0 Py almost any amount for O a jPrrW circuit clerk of Casey ond Badget, charging him with selling beer ho is considered one of the best Wednesday afternoon from four to six, church, presided. Rev. J. J. Dickey, of , wderons ever brought to this part of the occasion being his third birthday. tho Methodist church, read a Scripture is a most competent man for his new and other drinks that intoxicate, at his M. G. Murpby filed suit, by Attorney position. He has been stationed atTv. soft drink stand at Hartwell, and for P. M. McRoberts. azainst G. A. Wnt. hk taumry. Games were played and all drew for a passage and Rev. John T. Hoskins, of rone, in Anderson county, since he took keeping open his stand and selling on ter, J. B. McKee and J. W. Acton prize box of candy. Georire Fleece Fur- - tno uapttst church, ottered prayer, affor $750, grOWlnir OUt of the nnoninir nf rts being the lucky vounmter. Amonir ter which Dr. Phillips read a BDlendid up the revenue service work the first Sunday. Track Team 1. a a certain turnpike near King's MounJ. S. Murphy come down from those who came to congratnlate the essay upon tho "great white plague" of January. Friday afternoon, accompanied tain, which Is said to have been quite little nun on his third were and its causes. He showed how it has rtr&l.-inCnn-l ? llloli Srlmnl Will James I'axton. Frances Tate. Annetta been proven to be a curable disease nnH Soper-Wesleby his son, and remained over till Sun- prolific of litigation. This action is tn !.- day with his daughter. Mrs. McD. Fo- - more or less a friendly nn Take Part In Lexington Meet. gave other reasons for encouragement and Georgia Wray, Elile Wilburs to those who are waging such vigorous Eddie llruce and John Ba'ugh-maProf. E. O. Wesley, of the Mlddle-bur- g gle. A. R. Spears, of Moreland, was mine the status of the affair. i Asgoropaaled by the track team from Graded School, and Miss Emma here Sunday. Mrs. Laura Lee and James M. Uriclit. Lucile Ireland. war upon it. llu Stanford Hiirh School. Prnf. J. W Lucile and Louise Waters, Morgan Dr. Carpenter followed with an ad. Soper, formerly of Garrard, but now of daughter, Miss Bessie, and Miss Esther Prospecting In West. if aland will go to Lexington Saturday Smithy Uaughmau, James and Earle dress which held the Washington City, were married here Murphy spent Sunday with homefolkn undivided atten r iwaywlng te participate in the athletic Uaughman, William Henry Iluughraan, tion of every orre. He declared that Wednesday at the home of Rev. R. B. at Kingsville Mesdames Thos. Gooch qKette bn held on the field of State Dr. O'Bannon Looking For Place UtiMMittf. Wesley Embry will run Lucile Walker. James Eneleman. An. Lincoln county ouehi to have a tuhr. Mahony bv that crentleman. Prnf. and J. S. Murphy attended the Sunday-schofar fciifird la the 100 and 220 yard netto and Sadie Wearcn, Nancy Kath culosis sanitarium, and Wesley is a convention at Green river church and popular in- To Establish Sanitarium. after opening Will MeCarty will run In the McKInney, Sallie Mills, Annette and the eyes of many in regard to that dis- structur and his wife is said tp be n Sunday. McD. Fogle, II. C. Estes, S. ,, M mile runs: Wallace tfd wM Lyons and Jordan S. McWhorter went WMMisJaa Miter In the high jump, Sam Craig, Frances Embry, Isabella ease, drove home some notent faeta re very charming woman. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon left Werf'nivm'.iw bfMHinMan aaJ nale vault and Harris Harviello. Sara Katherlne Walker. garding the moral and physical side to Liberty last week as witnesses for a lengthy of trip through the West. CoUwiaB wH put the shot and throw Katherine Deck, George against J. W. and Tom Badget, chargFleece Far- - thi city. He declared it was a shame Landram Estate Gets $5,000. tie win ttrst visit his brother, Richard, Uh iMaaaaAr. As votuur Coleman has ris. ed with violating the local option law. t Garden City. Missouri, y the way the "dudes and dudincs" of akMslyiMit the sht 31 feet and nml after ht a.Wi AJ. The election of trustees for the irrad. will go to L. .J f.. la I L. tho present day violated tho laws of Texas and New Mexico The omnibus claims bill, carrying a ed school will take place hero Saturday. points. Dr. O'Bannon he U a vuro wtfiner In hfe v4 Prompt Settlement. nature. He decried tho fashion of low rich gift of "'G51000 for Kentucky, inwill keep his d lU.TJw members or the track (lent nn eyes open for a good sight neck and short sleeves, and other scan. cludes two items which onlv the deter There is a pretty for the esapanlcd by Mike rwv. -- &,E?fcSE3 n The Glenns Falls Insurance Co.. ren. ty apparel in tho coldest weather and mined work of Senator Bradley secur- between the graded school and ant!. tablishment of a large sanitarium. He rwl f.oatfkr 0'Raia.nAn. graded people, and it is hard to tell at says that he doos not eetagfata athletic meet at resented by Fish & Pennington, has asked how the physical or moral nature ed. One is for something over $5,000 contemplate leavfawlaaaHflv nftnrnoon tn cet made this writing what the aull ami satisfactory settlement could be expected to crow when thn duo tho estate of tho late Gen. Wm. J. The antls have a ticket result will bo. ing Stanford permanently now, but in the field in would like to establish a big with m fer damages dene to my house outer being waa freezing. He asked Landram, of Lancaster. He was col institution r anu lunitwra ea April 30. I am well wiiai Burao ui mo present uay oeues lector for the old 8th Internal revenue the persons of Charles McWhorter and of this kind in the west. Reuben Staton, and the friends of the Mrs. Bell Improving. pleased with the settlement. Lizzie and beaux would if do the iudement district and failed to receivefcertain of day wero to come and catch them as his perquisites. The bill grants him school are running C. C. Compton and Salter. Some Eggs. es from W. J. Godby, and both parties are getthey sometimes are. lie urged the Jtitm U Improving Seattle that Mrs. these. Ofci SaM ting busy. Tho traded school neonl.t and her recovery of homes to more fresh air far Back In The Harness. Land & Buchanan sold ta nntt r ta tsugflt to be assured. Her husband a say they have the race won'and it looks the better protection against tubercu there 'rv bWyiHl be kept no mo until she la able Lancaster Wednesday 42 eases of pva Saves An Iowa Man'sLife. somewhat that way to a man up a tree, losis and other diseases, lie said that iy it jor uunai. An W, II. Uradr didn't stay out of bus). ,1 but we will know more later on and There are 30 dozen to the case, making naner aavs that Jtiilcm ness as long as Tat Btaved In the armv. pet dogs, cats, lizards and snakes 15,120 eggs. They were all bought since The very grave seemed to yawn be will tell you about It in our next. to haVA ft npAmnnlllnn !. should be kept out. for they brinir Monday morning. frMMMttAg woukj happen to him ror he Only a few weeks ago he sold his gro fore Robert Madson, of West Burlinggerms of all kinds. had Ma aiteWeot policy changed to at to cery ttore to uampooii & Mueller and eminently ton, Iowa, when, after seven weeks In Lightning's Damage In Pulaski. Dr O'Bannon made an pay double In case he waa killed on a now he again smiles behind the counter Hyomel is the best remedy In the tho hospital, four of the best Dhvsleian atret car. of that atoro, having bought the busi practical and interesting talk, declaring gave him up. Then was shown tho world for sore throat, couphvi. mil a ,.. mar that the body must be protected furth. ness back. Lightning set fire to one of the largo tarrh, colds, croup and bronchitis Munday--Mundait AT cr by care in the diet. Ho pointed out velous curative power of Electric Bitstorage oil tanks of the Cumberland gives wonderful relief in two minute. ters. For, after it the fallacy that much meat Is necessaM Night Riders At Work Again. Munday and Mrs. Ida ry for endurance and said that a more ful suffering from liver trouble and Pipo Line Co. at Somerset and It was For sale by G. L. Penny on money back Gaoro D. ftitvnriPfl wlfA 1 tll UOPM liraln vegetarian diet has proven much the yellow jaundice, getting no hcln from destroyed. There were 30,000 barrels plan. Complete outfit $1; extra bottles. wm4hkrf. and hand, here this week. Night rldcra burned the tobacco barn hfttt.tr. I)r ft'ltnnnnn urimiul nn.t... other remedies or doctors, five bottles of crude oil in the tank, which was a 50 cts. brWs was orlglnallya Miss Ilelden, of George !( McKibben, in Kracken the indiscriminate kissing of babies, of this matchless medicine completely total loss. There were several other 4 Tfes r ' at KowImkJ. Since their separation a county Tuesday morning with between ami gave many otner points which cured him. It's positively guaranteed tanks of similar capacity near thn jU . .. . ft I -. 4t.A In a difllcultv on Sexton creek. n,v 7.00(1 nnunrin nf tntmivn lli R.000 and proved of much value to all Another H LoukvMb. He la a brother of Jas I urna tint nnnlp.1 M(lllihAn lintl mouIu. ninetlnc? la nlrnnrttf tintno filnin.l l.n.A for Stomach. Liver or Kidnetr troubles i burninir tank, but thov were aavnl county, Robert Reeves wai shot twice, MttmJay of tfce Nsal'a Creek uection and led night ruler warnings which were at which typhoid fever will be discuss- - and never disappoints. Only 50c at G, i Lightning struck the tank during a his death resulting. John Poe is acd. lurntu over to r eerai onicers. L. Penny's Drug Store. heavy thunder storm Tuesday morning. of the shooting. -broom-makers The present year, tho last term of which is rapidly drawing to n close, has been the most successful in point of atMIu Rella I'arsons, aister of Mrs. W. tendance and Work in tha history of the the institution, M'rr$ Viixhe,..of the east end of .. is expected and a still greater growth In the future. ... .l.l.-l- .. a..m.T4:..i try. buuuciiij ...i.il.. dm u 'vvvTijrrmcu nmiu .tliitto tier neighbor, Mrs. J M. Crew, Wednesday afternoon. She was a de Great Mare Breaks Leg r'Comcs To Miss Rella Parsons .".. .. Willie un visit to Neighbor. ..... ttertha Jackson. Ilelievlng that the best is none too All of the dallies and many of the good for the bestjeoplo on earth tho progressive country papers are now g constituents of the Intemor Journal linotypu machines, and thu In-- a Mergenthaler Linotype, or type-- 1 terior Journal, never behind the prosetting machine, has been purchased, cession, will continue in the front rank and will be heru and installed In the of-- 1 of progress and improvement, with the fico within n week or so. To attempt ' aid of this wonderful machine. With to describe this wonderful machine! it, the job department will be enabled would be futile, for it has over 3.000 to turn out catalogues of all kinds, cirworking parts, and is one of the most culars, etc , at a very rapid rate and at delicately constructed and finely-buia great saving to all concerned, while a mecnanical aids to mankind that has much larger newspaper can be printed, ever been invented. It is a tremendous with more live news in its columns. labor saver, one machino being capaAs soon as the linotype arrives from ble of setting as much type as four or the factory and is installed, the Intefivo fast men, and all of the trouble and rior Journal will invite all of its time consumed in distribution of type friends to call and see in operation the is saved. In addition, the typo is al- machine which is said to most nearly resemble a its ways new and clean, and the en. for intricatehuman being in and capacity manipulation wonderahled to show' n much nicer print. home. ful work m-inlt Will Spoonamore bought a iN "Sti-e- i d, -- Bi-ve- Sin-glet- ijil?i mile-ston- ik y. y. n. ol eta: arhlf 4- well-know- n ArT wrim pv srood-size- Ci it ir ftm4J y. n. U- 1 ' cused 5 iA. PAGE TWO TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. 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Sal-V- mmmmmm by la toe at Ot.WM L.ivi Of aala a MONDAY, MAY 9TH ii 5 00 00 00 00 0 00 niiB,agiwAwv:i3BgaraiiBflMacgi iniii i mi i in miii i i ii ii i in minimi aaaancnirMi wmv. t:2XMaprrvzMrm n zSrC3twgaixj.iwmi o.:: ,..:.r . :co V;'4 . O 0 00 0 00 0 IS 0 0 0 0 0 We will have on display at that time the greatest collection of farming implements, buggies, etc., ever assembled in Lincoln county or this part of the state. No farmer can afford to miss it for with every line that we handle will be a personal representative of the manufacturer, who will be here to give every farmer all the information he wants about each and every piece of machinery. These men are experts and we have secured them at great expense for the benefit of our customers. Every one in Lincoln and all surrounding counties is invited to call and see our complete stock. Come and investigate whether you buy or not, but .? so OA ;o n .;o fife ,. If We Will Give a Nice and Valuable present to Everyone who makes a Purchase the Amount of $5.00 or over. 0 00 0 0 O 0 OO . to ;. je o ....... 0 You cannot afford to miss this opportunity to see the best and latest patterns of agricultural implements which we will have on hand at that time, such as it if. Jii '' ::'o . 0 rO Oo . WW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 " Court Day, !'"" Vj Old Hickory Wagons. iwSjj&ssp ::,o O oo o -' i.l o Sfss-- " Hoosier Drills. ox ;o Come and bring your friends, wives, sweethearts and children. We've something to interest them all and something they ought to see. is 0 00 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 McConiiick Binders, Mowers and Rakes and Binder Twins. a xo 2o Oi; OO ow MONDAY May, 9th 20th Century Manure bprender. o9 oo o og OJ: o 0 .00 0 00 0 0 If O: OO OO OO OO OO OO OO OO 00 00 0 e 0 0 0 PENCE BROS STANFORD, KENTUCKY. P V m lwoao0ooSH0ooooo0ao0o5ioo 00 00 00 oo oo oo oo oo, OO ofJBS?J W MAIi k6th 1010 TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL', STANFORD, ICY. PAGE THREE 3 Closing out fit 20 to 50 PER iirr?tn::ua.CTa:a.yx-,",AJW- cost fflre Edge St06 Of Hardware, Groceries, Queensware, Tinware and Seeds, a Good Chance to Save From CENT. OFF YOUR DAILY EXPENSES. Tools Cutlery. And Builders' Hardware Carpenter's Tools. i i ' ' "ra&N7)wsba.jz'tvmMMj3i3tS5zaisasia We Also Offer at. Stoves and Tinware. Cost riuiKu m A SMALL QUANTITY OP L aj W Lot Of First Class Leather Goods. Including horse collars. $'--' 5 mid Ritliim briillus SI 5" values $'-- . values SI 8 and SI 1J CHINA-WAR- $M liwitor " . AT 5.1", and GLASSWARE. 10 PIECE TOILET SET FOR $,r, illumes 11 .. LnniMttP iiTL'Mcri e -- RHc pots $2.(i, TWO --- goc tea H,iiuiMuuicnai. Kettle nri "'iiiir ioc! vvciguu I0c Pli;Jli for HStf. No 2 No 1 burner lantern burner .. $1 value n inch stove piw - M ' .. No 1" steel Itoum plow No 2 Wooden Imjiiiu OIL CANS, 0"c PANS BUCKETS and Wagon and buggy sihiKcs AT ROCK IJOTTOM PRICES. Mo Shafts 2J4p ft, Poultry fence it ft high . for Ific ft Singletrees and crossbars 5 ft hjith J)c ft high . ic ft Bugjjy tire mid iron . cloth S7.75 Screen doors and screen -'c -.., tt 75c scissors wne nru:..,i uii Table knives and aim iiiiiu $1.50 razors Regular Price.. 75c razor strops 1 .- o....n:.,. Luggy iviuia 4'c pair 75c $1 $1 pocket knives " " " G0c " 15c dozen 35c piece . . -- . . 15c Jc pound SJ 5 at 3 off regular price Money Saved on all ot These. . . axes . 50c forks same rate iG5c hammers 40c 75c $2 nnd $2.25 saws S1.-1. and $1.50 ' 50c $1.75 planes $1.25 BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS and HARD- Also door locks, Padlocks, Door WARE. bolts and Hinges. A large Assort-- J 4.0c G5c horse rasps ment of Shelf Hardware, including 2 and 15c files lo and 13c Hinges, hasps, Staples, Screws, Sash-lock- s, Saw files, Sets and Vises, Buggy Sashlifts, Curry Combs and clips and Plow clevises. All 25 mid brushes, etc. All nt absolute cost. 50 per cent, off J ....40c I, 50c 75c 75c Hatchets, Hammers, Axes, 50c ' Planes and Levels. i Saws, A Clean Stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries, Tobacco, Cigars at Bottom Prices. Fancy Bottle Goods. Prosunus. Jellies. Spanish olives 25c .. Heinz prosenos 5"c size " r 25c sbe gallon apple butter Sliced beef, French Sardines P anil 15c size French 'wus and Mushrooms regular price 3c now " CatMip. Prepared Mustard etc - "uuuWw-S- One of the Best Lines of Canned Fruits Meats and Vegetables in Town. 13c 15c Still 'a Grinding Them Out 35c 2(tc it' 85c nml 8c .. 2c 25c canned peaches. Apricots. Pears 3"c preserved cherries, Raspberries etc 15c canned peas, Beans, Tomatoes. Beets. Pumpkin. Pineapple, for 1 .'c can. Gelatine and Extracts. Cereals and Syrups. Karavan Coffees. Teas and Spices. 28c 23c grade 35c grade 17c 15c grade 2V grade (i'c Best green teas $1 grade . Baking Powders, Soda, Starch, Wash Blue, Canned Lyes and etc. You can save 25 per cent, on these. . 17c . 23c 25c Bottle maple syrup 15 boxes of Laundry soap and Washing powder, all the well known lie and 314 and 4c brands at ... . . .. 17c . . CANDIES AND CIGARS. CAKES AND CRACKERS, CIDER VINEGAR. 20c 13c 7 5c cigars for .. PURE APPLE 25c Small ... And a lot of other articles too numerous to mention. save pennies, big ones save dollars. purchases Green River Camp Meeting Cecilian 44165. Leaf Dorsey (Mddust, 12032. Pence, r. Pence, Jr. will make the season of li10 at the barn of tho late John Z. Spoonamore, i mile from Rowland ao $10 to Insure a living colt. If mart is traded or parted with, season money becomes due Pence. Jr. is a bay stallion, 7 years old, full 10 bands hlgn, good stylo and action, by Pence, ho by Hienzl, he by Belmont, be by Alexander's Pence's llrst dam by Almont Forrest, 2d dam by Garrard Chief, 3d dam by Grey Ragle, 4th dam by Ponce, Jr.'s 1st dam by Kd Unrlow 2375. by Castelar. 1072, ho by Volunteer 54. Kd Barlow's 1st dam by Woburo, 2d dam by a Mumbrlno horse, 3d dam by Mumbrlno Messenger. Petice Jr 's 2d dam by Gill's Vermont. Ponco Jr.'s colts are all showing up nicely and they bear proof of him as a breeder. Mares grazed at 82 per month; not responsible for accidents or escapes should any occur". h. ST. . ' ' v vr I Pull Hrntlmr to K.iello No. ''10. Sired by Zilcadi Goldduet, 4 J 00 by Revs. Charlie I). Tillman, of Atlantr, Goltlduit l.'iO, by Vermont Morgan Gu., and L. It Uridges, of Wilmore, and on to Jimtin Morgan. The dam Ky , will do the preaching and singing Cecelian Rev. Tillman is of national reputation trolling colt, Leaf n a well developed reentered ot Ailcadi boltltuist was by Imp. - AaiaaaattY.aaaHHL four yean irv. . BPLHpFMaaLLLLMt. v.B&aiKiu&E I at a singer, and Rev. Uridges is a fine two while hind feet andold. He u ita rich bar with Arabian stallion Zilcadi. The dam of LLEs.' TiBHHHIHHr jMaVhsaarlfluk a tiar; exceptionally Dor-e- y cawlaavS . rxUB3m 4 V nSsHui Golddiiit is Florence by GolThey will give the gospel rangy for a trottin horie, eipecially graceful in singer also. den Mingo Chief, a son of Gail's Comthe neck, ttandi full 15 high achat in song as no other evangelists do, to and lots of ityle and finish, which, in addi et Jlorgau. our knowledge. Ilro. Holmes, the blind tion to liu tpeed, makes him tion an ideal horse lor ' pianist, cf Cincinnati, O , wilt be with Note This is an intensely inbred the stud, lliese nualities are mt what is needed I us nnd give us the sweetest music you in a sire to breed nigh class harness and walk-tr- Morgan stallion, the Mood now in de cer heard on the instrument he has mosthorses, and it u the walk-tr- that sells for the mand. A rich dappled luy, black money and nai trie readiest sale. Lrctlian points, 10 hands high, 1200 pounds Cn i.a n rt ..foil ... n r. vim. .. a ' mnaln.uil but can trot in 2.28. He will to ail who are interested in our camp Leaf is unmaiked stallion of great beauty and action, go for a.rccord this summer. meeting that we have secured the best with peed and endurance and unexwill make the season at the Pink Cottage helpers that is possible to obtain, and 'He I miles from Stanford on the Huston- - celled as u producer of high class barn wish to urgo members to build you a ille pike. The fee to a limited number oi ap- show, road ami hastern horses, lho cottage on the camp grounds and pre- proved mares this season will be $15 for a living records of his produce Iwth in show GKO. SPOONAMOOUK & BRO.. his value and Rowland, Ky pare to be with us. We are planning, colt. Season fee due when mare is parted with. a ud sale rings In offering the services of this young horse whose merit as a producer of flno road, show by the grace of God, to have the best tire and whose dim's sue are among the very anil sain horses. A look nt sire and camp meeting that we ever had. foremost of all Kentucky's horses as sires of fancy Respectfully, Clarence Sipple, Sec , show horses, I believe that I am making you an eolts will be convincing. Furnituro and Undertaking. London, Ky. offer of rare merit. C. E. TATE. Will make the present 6eason at my Stanford, Ky. Day Phone 28. miles from Stanford, Ky, farm 2 no. aa voi 11. Night Phone 133. to approved mares at $15 toine tiro u Kentucky. This Charopwn 5 gaited sIJIe stallion ol Bids For Road Work living colt. Mares kept at 10 c a day. horse show. .1 Buff.lo. N. 1 .. Sl.Uuu Mo . Stanford, KentucKy. Ww.1 .1 .11 the Kentucky l..r. and .bo .1 the Tho best of attention given hut no 'ledTy' Washington No. 14, tT,. d.m Bell by Rhoderkk. No. 104 coI d.m by D,V. This handsome young stallion the Too High, So Fiscal Court Will responsibility for accidents or escapes. F. RKID. property of J. D. Lads &. Son will UdJ. highwuh fin. Myle .nd vy hh kIhni. rnu0a u . brown ho 15 Have the make the season of 1910 at my He breclcr be . vcjri J,ow l,o,.e. but .U, . He hu not only provm h.lf to he .e(ud $3,500 barn in Crab. Orchard, Ky.. at the Ky.. Io a. ol Croll P,ton owd by W. O. W.Ike, ol Sl.nlo.J. lack will make the G ALTON Over 16 hands 5.year-otThe fiscal court at its meeting Wedvery reasonable price of $15 to inlt.eionwhnhewa.only 3)rr.ol.' seasoa at our (arm on old Daaville pie benesday, April 29th, rejected all bids for Honson ot 1910. sure a living colt. (ee oi $10 tween Hedgenlle and Hubble at crushed or broken stone, to be spread HlreofOiilvlaO. :!,. Al Il.irni. Black Joe by the noted sire Pres- on pikes, becaase all stone bida were anj six others with trials from uu tot:tVi, (or mare mule and $8 (or horse mule, to insure l:ls, weruuterhniul-leY.. M..ch 14 1910 (o 850. r l the fe.ioruble ton 022, 1st dam Lucile 2nd dam too high, or at least the court so be- thoso urotho only ones tbt of onu dam with living colt. FITZPATR1CK & RANKIN. L i mm .. . one for iptxHl. Also the sire Bettie Robinson by Robinson's Ver- lieved. In tIie:a01Ut. Hired braamlnttii WilHedgeville. Ky. ot XI0 In the X:Jn list, is 111 May Uth, New the Se.n u due d muc .. tr.dI or P.rttd wuh or mont Hnmbletoninn. He is a black and anybids will be opened must do bo kei S:1S.better,sire : 10 unil claimed to lw tho greatest one desiring to bid (lam iMIiy Kleld hands high, weighing by sealed bids on or before 10 o'clock a. lr In tho world, lit horse 15 bed .0 oU,e, (rrnnddaiunt Swltb record olfrom S:17 to Y, 1025 pounds, 5 gaited and very fast m. May 11th. This only Includes pikes x'lKli.) hy K.ntlelJ 1:W at Ilmuulelonlnn ' Knfleld 10, dam hy CriibOrclmrtl. Knutiirky. both in his rack and trot, with heretofore and not those Siveiiui Sin Heelej his American Htar. ru In daughter bnru . tiM, or better, mil dam (Julokitep by Kenplenty of style and action. Just the bids heretofore accepted. tucky l'rlnce.Jr., ilrool J. y :ITV,. court to It was .. nml daimof IS In the :ai kind of horse for the farmer to successful decided by thethe countylet the rock Srddain by Old Joe, lire ol the dam ot J. lll bidder have Q. breed to to get the best all round crushed free of charge on theso con- .'III'.. horse. See this horse before you tracts. Oiilton carries the blood of four lending Day Stallion, 15.3 I 2 hands high, by Dign All bids must be sent sealed to S. K. fanillle. i lliimbletoiilan, Wilkes, Mumbrlno book your mares and I know you .'lilel and Meeley's American Htnr. 2d dam PaulI und de- Dare. si dam Minnie by Rienzi. ioltslinUKoneuiiulnat weight 1.600 pounds, stands full 10 hands will go no further. Will keep mures Dudderar, Supervisor Unltou's A very fine draft stallion, feated the lxt lu harms! classes und road-ste- r ine by Almont Foiet; 3d dam Sellar'i mare, 2130. on grass nt $2.50 jier month, but rlnui.tliev are In ureat dviniiiul, aelllmt ery (ast pacer, lie u a fine individual, high actio high He was sired by Ben Ilitr Mnjor. 273. 3135. Grand Sire Scott. Hu (ialton will stand nrllnn uihliEhaitci IJiVi. alter maturity. nt my and nice to handle. from tl"i Beutrlce, Clydesdale. George llur is half English coach and will not be responsible for accident Bam Jennie No. Jl.houtn, lliM p. m, Lien retained tnblt 1 lllllis West of llustom a Ille on season at or escape of stock. llvlni; colt Will make the seasoa ol 1910 at my (arm a Ille pike ut in to Insure No.SJHOUtll, lOiiJ A M. Clydesdale; best draft horses in the state. Will make the half paid. Sea Mone aue ii mure is srituetiuiivr .k iiiu ii,,u. McKuney at $10 to insure a h.e coll; money No. 14, North, 4 :tu A. x. my place on colt for benson until I JJUier month, suvtd exrient of urassut noothirst(u.kiuUedtlth or my place nt $10 to insure n living colt. Colts can be seen at son is due if mares are traded No. W, North, b.O v. K. uressly lor inures Inla allil In 111 slullluu III forfeited if mare u sold, traded or bred to soothe t .. ......j parted with orbred to other stock No.n, 10;a.m. Tiiey show for themselves. I horse. S. M. OWENS fie SON, limrtm to foal (irulii tvl t Cot No.U.titOr.M. J. C. BAILEY. I'UuuDiurviUttfuee.UustODviUeKxchAnKt. und n Shetland pony at $10 each to InI will also stand two Jacks McKmney, Ky Crab Orchard, Ky, JOS. S. RICE, Agont. Uuitouvllle, Ky M S. BAUGHMAN. Stanford.Ky sure a living colt. .a J1 HP To He Held At Jumbo Aug. 20 To Sept. 5, 1910. Sired by Red Leal 21390. the greater, ol all roadilert, I ,t dam Day Maid by Cecilian, he by Gambetta Wilke.; 2d dam Nell by Balrora 1024. 3d dam Noon Day by St. Elmo 275. 4th dam by Pilot. Jr. 12. I ln Crcehan Leal the blood of C. F. Clay and RedWilkei u united with that of Gambetta Wilkei and Pilot, Jr.. and ihould prove a croii whk.h cannot be excelled jH sW!MiTi ot W. A. TftlBBLE, PRESTON. 4 Black Joe. RICHMOND. d P. wh-c- g. .Tl,:iJ'X.ol.UKk. a. .... ....,,.. 12910. j c J,AILE GEORGE HUR, Utm-on.d- Powhattan L&N. TIMETABLE Hrad-ftirdi- I PAGE FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. GOOD NEWS. MAY Oth J Oil The EVBIIY Interior Journal. Established TUESDAY $1 1872. Double Your Profits by Using an Many Stanford Readers Have Heard It And Profited Thereby. FIUDAY AND At Per Year In Advance. SAUFLEY 8HELTON Publlsher Entered nt too Post Offlco nt Stanford, Ky., as Second Class mall. Ancil Dunlap, of tho Frankfort News, the Capital City adjunct of the both havo the Courier Joumal-f- or amo KufdinR star thinks that we Hiked out in meeting too freely in stating publicly our reasons why Ben Johnson is not tho right man to mako the democratic nominee for governor, and will either have to "oat" our words or turn bolter in the event of his nomination. We would like to ask our good friend 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 Wo deny that we "attacked" Mr. Johnson or had any "bitterness" in our humble discussion of his merits as a candidate for governor. Wo simply gave our reasons for belief that he would prove a very weak leader before the people and is "Good news travels fast," and the thousands of bad back sufTerers in Stanford are glad to learn that prompt relief is within their reach. Many a lame, weak and aching back Is bad no therefore com hand more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills. in the field loses 51 per Thousands upon thousands of people 5 per cent, total food value are telling the good news of their ex- SILO is 93 per cent perience with the Old Quaker Remedy. Why continue to waste Here is an example worth reading: poor stock? When the Georgo Wright, Stanford St , Lan- reach of all and fully jjuar caster, Ky., "I hnvo never yet nine acres of cnm and known of n better kidney remedy than Also agent for the most Doan's Kidney Pills. Last fall my ments, Cutters, Practical back ached a great deal and my kid and loader. : : : neys were badly disordered. The ac cretions from these organs were scanty and painful in passage. I fortunately hnd Doan'slKidncy Pills brought to my nttention, and getting a box. I began their use. They relieved mo quickly, and in return, for the benefit I recciv cd, I am willing that irfy namo should boused in endorsing them. My advice to all sufTerers from kidney trouble is to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial." For sale by all dealers. I'rice 50 cts. n Co- - Buffalo. N. Y.. sole agents for the United States. name Uoan a and Kemember the take no other. Q O wwww O any man who uses one. 51 per cent, of the food value of corn Q Ask O wiiiHiiivu in uiv. oiiMirat wwu. ii4iia tiuu 3uiina tii:i ilium mc Q grain, INDIANA SILO. o o Oa0)t901il00000ta1IOifa1lO 'o Ladies Low Shoes. 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 ftfa u led by cutting and shocking cent, by putting in the bILU O saved by feeding through the O half of your feed and have O INDIANA SILO is within the $185 SILO holds & anteed. : feeds 28 cattle six months, ensilage and equip 0 conveyor and com elevator O 0 0 sa: R. E. GAINES. H w. H Keeping Out Foster-Milbur- The Flies is better than trying to drive them out So get your wintlow and door screens early. We nre Hustonville. Per-ryvil- le I not thelman for the democrats to nomrently with all sizes, finCharles Wheeler, John A. Blain and inate if they have hopes of victory in ishes and designs. Come James Hall went to Presbytery at the next state election. Is there hereWednesday in Mr. Wheeler's mid make your selection sy in that 7 Because Col. Whallen and are moving heaven big auto. W. D. Hooker, from Camp now. Better be weeks the Courier-JournNelson, and C. B. Keid, from Louis.t 4. and earth to nominate Johnson for govtoo ready than days too late. ville, came up Saturday evening to ernor, shall all good democrats and lovspend Sunday at their "Old Kentucky ers of their party's success, sit quiet and accept with meekness and thanks Homes." Quite a number of our young people what will be handed them, if this pair and several old ones attended the circus of political pirates have their own sweet at Danville Thursday. way 7 Call and see Lip pa Sisters' elegant We thank our friend for his bef summer millinery in all the now fads : lief that we will not bolt If Johnson is and shapes. It. nominated. He has every reason for Alford aud Miss Nannie, the Harrod assurance that we would not desert our K party or its nominee. Would that we handsome daughter of C. F. Estes, were married at the home of the bride's could say the same of him and the 27, by Rev. K. G. uridine spirit of his newspaper. But parents on April Martin. it is enough to make a canine cachin Tom Marples, of Casey county, has nate to think of this pastmasterof bolt ; Bring Your Produce To Us. proa a colt 10 days old by Almont Dare that era even remotely abhorring the Ik'nier In and Mnnufacturcr of. he refused $225 for. He will be hard pect of any good democrat bolting, summer. Marblo and Cranito MonuWe hae opened a produce riouie on Som should not a candidate of his choice win to beat at the fairs this Mr. and Mrs. John Wesley, of Som ments, crirtjitirrt ,nd Mill pay the higritit markrt a nomination. But it may be that re erset, are visiting Dr. James Wesley, Mnrktra nnd Pom, (icnivtery and price for all linJi of country produce. Bring u nentence in sackcloth and ashes over recovering from a fractured hip. VnieiHlul ht'ttvvs. 0!!Uh' and worka. Mo your nun. Kinney. Kjr. part he and his paper played in who is the M. O. BAST1N c CC The barn of Mrs. Bettie Williams conspiring and leading the bolt against Stanford, Ky. was burned about 10 o'clock Saturday the democratic nominee for United just four years ago, has night together with 40 to 50 barrels of States Senator corn, lot of hay, buggy and harness, I led him to this extreme conscientious hogs and a lot of farming imple ness lest others also go astray. We six ments. There .was no insurance and nrlnK )iir Hlncksniitliliig nnd grnrrnl hope this is so. repnlr work to me llorao lio.1li roc origin of the fire is a mystery. Hntltfiictlon Kuarnttu, bo But as we started out to say, doesn't the oppo.llv I Uflllfia VUlHTCIQlllin. Pet Dunn, of Lexington, installed a it look like things have come to a pret gasoline lighting system in the Green J VMKH llltACKKTT. Htiinford, Ky. ty pass when democrats aro to be de River church near Yosemite last week. nied the privilege of calmly and dispas Lyons and Fred Cravens and sionately discussing the qualifications Miss Alice Mrs. John Spears and James Cravens or fitness of any candidate for an office Sunday school conventioon for which he is asking their support, attended the Sunday. especially when the candidate is at Yosemite more M Relatives and friends were surprised JV such as to furnish ample food for ear by a dispatch from Temple, Tex , annest consideration by the party 7 nouncing the death of W. II. Bohon, PROMPT PAYMENT Tub Frankfort State Journal booster who left here two years ago hoping that the change would improve his fail of all losses is a feature of the fire edition was n daisy and reflects great Familiarly known to a insurance policies we issue. There I pi. wBwraBBaaqaBK credit upon the management. It not ing: health large circle of friends as "Uucle Bill," is no delay in settling the amount ' only contained write ups of tho principal business interests of thecapital city, he was a welcome visitor to every home of damage and none in handing ov- -, UndertaKera ami mba!ir but had a comprehensive description of certain to enliven it with jollity and er the cash when the en. Also Dealers in Furamount has good fellowship some of the Eastern Kentucky coun niture, Mattings.Itugg. They Miss Haidee Rowe, of Wayne county. been agreed upon. The policy we is try, which a becoming so prominent by has returned home after a visit to will eichango Furniture for sue is a quick asset in case of fire. reason of its marvelous mineral and timfriends. ill Kind of Stock. Give iiettcr nave us issue you one to ber wealth. Possession given to the purchasers of cover your home and business. Them a Call. Prices Right. Theodore ItoobEVELT and family the following farms at once: 151 acres, Fish & Pennington, Moderate imnow go to Merrie England for a stay of nearly all river bottom. STANFORD. - KENTUCK Y three weeks, and then home. King E provements, in fine community, on fine Stanford, Ky., Phone 200. will put the big pot inside the little one road, close to Bchools and churches. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! tract close by, for his distinguished guest, but just Only $4,000. fine log in New good cottage and wait till that I enn litrniili the public with the beat, na ; York is pulled off and things are start- cation and good land. $3,000 200 acres well ua ttiu (n alivat of cut llowcra, ptnnu of R all kind. bullu, polttil riiiwcra. on abort timber land on county road, fine toof boom. ed right for the third-ternotice. Alko iimkc a iivcialty of ttrvutha bacco land, big bargain. $1,C50. 1C0 for for funeral In connection with the nlot, 11ihoiiII William Jennings Bryan gives pos- acres blue grass land on pike, splendid klnda of tugHublt't on Land at ria.onalilu itive assurance that he will not offer for improvements. 515 per acre. Call or prlcei t IIIIIHTMAN OIIKKN IIOUHKH, U. S Senator. Let us hope that he is write to W. R. Williams & Co. Kll III II IU II. 1'IIOK. Htnu'irU.Ky. not saving himself for tho nomination Charles Wheeler and John A. Blain Mr. Bryan has were greatly pleased with their visit to for the Presidency. had three strikes, and three strikes is Perryville vs representatives of the out. Hanging Fork church After a glorious session Presbytery adjourned to hold.a The reading public of Frankfort has special session at Hustonville June 25 Weareln position to do nil klndt of con. cretin K. auch na Illork Work, I'uTi'incmu our sincere sympathy. Both newspa-par- s and. In fact, we can muka liny thing from h for the purpose of ordaining Cary R. houae down ton there are running popularity con- Blain and installing him as pastor In a Good Humor you promptly fence poat. We can aaervn of Put the Cook nnd Kunriintett tests. The prizes range from automo Hanging Fork church. At this meet- by nrovhlini her with a sack of work n.ld maierlfil. Call mid gt our prlcua before you buy your material at leut. biles to lamp shades and the woods are IH ing Dr. Lawson, of Springfield, will Bnughman's Fancy Patent No. 1 full of "candidates." the chargo to tho pastor; Dr. flour, Then she will have a chance Green, of Danville, the charge to the to show for fair what a fine baker Stanford, Ky. No Money For Teachers congregation and Rev. J V. Logon, of she is. With such fine flour as 1 Somerset, will preach the sermon. BaUrihman's Funcy Patent No. she knows she cannot make any ex State Treasury Again In Straits cuse for poor baking. Order a sack Not Sorry For Blunder. For liouic, carriage and alun palnllnit And Innocent Must Suffer. and see what lovely bread. pnpor hmiKliiK aliuliUKgy trlmniliiK kind a auch "If my friends hadn't blundered in biscuits, cake and pastry will be the of nilboota made. ua topa rcowrd curtalna uud Hioiiomt Aldrldga'a black No money will be paid to teachers in thinking I was adoomed victim of con- - result. nilth ahop Welt aiiiin ni., munioru iy., the country school during the month .1 .ano alive now,'.r I'none rvo.o:;,. of May, and if the teachers get any- sumption, i mignt not H. Baughman & Co. J J. 1IKLUKN. thing during tho month of June they writes D. T. Sanders, of Ilarrodsburg, will be lucky. Capt. Ed Farley, State Ky , "but for years they saw that evtreasurer, said that he was doing his ery attempt to cure a of best to get together enough money to cough fail. At last I tried Dr. King's Lincoln IjmIku No. no p. ft A. M. wllluxit pay the teachers, hut the prospects of In aliittxl rouiiiiunicutluii on nick tint getting the 400,000 required before tho New Diicouery, Tho effect was won- tblrd Monday nliiUta of cum month, ut nml ThjU I dtalr to tell prlviit.ly my atock of tiro- latter part of June do not s?em very derful It soon stopped the cough and o'clock In tlii'lr liull on main atrit't't, cpni'aitnu iiaruwtire. ioim H uoiul bu. I am now in butter health thau I have MuniWraof alatir lulaoa uru bright. ni'M. Will Involve nlout ItiUU. lU'iuou linltwl to bupreainl. T. W. 111 health. had for yours. This wonderful life-i- s Hco. (l I.O, I) HOIM'I It, HtanforuYKy. an unrivaled - rumedv for mndm ...., Will Promote Beauty. j croup, grippe, Shall Women Vote? Women desiring beauty get wonder- coius, iu whoopingastnma, or weak hemorrhages, cough lungs. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE ! ful help from Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. GOc; If they did. millions bottles It banishes pimples, skin eruptions, all teed II G.Trial Penny. free. Guaran- King's New Life Pills would vote Dr. Those having claims agninst the es by L tho truo remedy sores and boils It makes the skin soft for women. For hanUhing dull, d tate of Geo. 11. Saufley, dertaacd, are and velvety. It glorifies the face It feelintfs, backache or headache, con- notified to present same to the undercures sore eyes, cold sores, cracked lips, Hev. J, T. Hoskins will preach at stipation, dispelhnir colds, Imparting signed, properly proven, for payment. chapped hands, Best for burns, scalds, Rowland Saturday night. A meeting and toninir un system. th..v Those owing him will please mike set-- , fever sores, cuts, bruises and piles. 25c of the church trubteea will be held af- aro unequaled. Easy,the. , safe, sure, 25c tlement with me at George L at Penny's Drug Store. ter preaching. at Penny's Drug Store, Penny, administrator. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ... t.v 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Patents, tuns nnd Suedes in oxfords, button nnd strops, with We think we with plain or tip toes and K. to A. widths. have just what you want at $2.50 to $1 the pair. We find we bought too many tan low shoes and ritflit now is the time to make the price move them, they are new jicnxls, they arc oxfords aud straps, the quality is good they are in the Ultra and Walk-ove- r makes and are worth SI and :i.f0, but reduce the stock we pui them on sale at -- .5. W. H. HIGG1NS, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Harry Jacobs, 0 0 0 0 ljn 0 0 Stanford, Kentucky. 0 BLACKSMITH XG! 0 0000 00000 0000000000 0 0 0 0 0 0000 Stanford, Kentucky. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -. j.- H. J. McROBERTS, G. L. Penny It. O ... .w . B2S33Q3333SS3S3SS330 II. Colley m E. It. Coleman J, L.Beazley&Co., z m 8 Dr. Hess' Poultry hnacsa m Urn Hus-tonvil- le S3 Will make hens lay, cure theiti ot nml keep them in good thrifty condition. The increuH' in the imuiWr of ejrpj laid, will uinru thitii iiay for the pniull expeiiM of feeding. It H wild ut Penny V Drug (lir-citr- Store. W S3 130-acr- e home-comin- Jrf m rn PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Btnnford, Kentucky. is gBSBSBgeaeasBBBEsgre 5? -- urr'. 11 )?iarnifi &. rr'"i 1 ' 3 -- lj I . cr H CONCRETING nrit-clua- ifymm I - 7w-- . 3 SmmmX ) J3 J w V lj E 4 In NAT 7 a tat u c k- 2! do . 1 2 - S" er PHILLIPS BROS., J. J, BELDEN, A '"' . LlilMhil.Ml r W ? t la-- 3 o a n m ta X- ,aaaaaaaMnVW"BliMa'l ' O I c t a drco-rntl- to-d- ay O HI y aan,lltn,,aiiiaja'l'Cr i wta. J. P lung-rackin- g mason;s meet. Stock for Sale. Merchandise When You HavTo Sell Call e- u - fajt-Be- H. B. Northcott, Stanford, Ky. 'Plioue 103. od-9- TIIUUMAN K. TUDOR, Manager. I ,. J..., MAY Gth 1910 "jwf THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. PAGE FIVE v CORSET STYLE AND CORSET COMFORT. Arc the two csscntinl things yon get in the American Lady corset. Also the ever increasing demand for tlicse goods proves their superiority over other mnkes of corsets. New stock just in. Prices 81 to 83. Wi&SWJW THERE IS A DIFFERENCE . In the style and finish of Ladies' footwear as there is n differenco In the chnractcr of people The maker usually puts his charnctcrinto his shoe, if he is one of the "anything will do" kind he will slight his work. Therti Mnny people pick up the iiewspnir mid upon seeing some wonderful is nothing of this "anything will do ir. our Zeigler shoes for ladies. Trya ly low prices quoted exclaim "what wonderful bargains", yes innylx! mid pair of our new low shoes you will find them all you could wish in mnylH! 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 mid also another fact, that in no ease arc trices high er than others ask -- in many cases they are lower. SEVERANCE & SON, Nfedles, llobbins muI Shuttlcn for all sewing machines at Penny's Drug Store PERSONALS. Mrs. J S. Owsley U quite ill nt her apartments at the College. Oakley Holtclaw is clerking at tho St. Asaph Hotel. W. K. I'ltlNCB, of Ilartow, Florida, him been the guest of Miss lxuella White. Mkk. Anna t). VanArmiai.i. will go to Harrodsburg this week to visit rela- Stanford, Kentucky. Comb in next Monday and look the Drown Walking Cultivators, Brown EiKeep your eye on the Country Store ders; none better. Drown Pivot axle Haror hill climbers Discard if you are hunting bargains. rows. The licmis tobacco tranpUcter received a car load of American Just fence. It's the ben made. George II. has no equal. They are money savers. Frazier carts, buggies, wagom. etc,. Farris. W. II. Higgins. Fon Sale Black mare, good d river, pound, afraid of nothing; in foal. At Will Adams' stable. Absolutely For new fruit seo John D Itorton. it Puro i delicious, healthful Graocs r v E7 'V.M jm wx-- civethe most valuable friere- xj dient, the active principle, to ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE. tives. erty with hii wife nnd bnby, who arc visiting there. J. S. CamI'MHM. has returned from a severnl weeks' visit to Indinnapohsand, , St. Louis. A. li. C. DlNWIimiR, of llustonvillr, camo by hero returning from Louisville, where he has been on business CHAH. ItonniNH, of Crab Orchard, P. W. VViiiit f pent Thesdny in Lib- E inoaiii Tifc.'xir ROYAL tj :nt?i a" BfikingPowder Insures wholesome and delicious food for every, day In every home NO ALUM illedsoe Hailey received a mighty fine bulldoy bv express from Howard Cam-nit- z That terrible itch disappears with the nt Pittsburg this week. He had First Drops of a simplo compound ef ait just won n hard light of wintcrgreen, thymol and glycerine John T. Livingston, who recently mixed in D. D. D, Prescription Thie .sold his farm and stock in this county, soothing, healing lotion, UBedeilcrEal-ly- , has decided to locate in tho State of kills the eczema germ instantly. Washington He left Thursday for Spo- 'kane, and will prospect in that part of Heretofore the D. D D remedy fen the West for a while. been sold only in $1 bottles; 'bat as t special oITer, any sufTerer in this The members of the For Sale. Baptist church will sell their parsonage who ha3 never tried D. D. D. can no to the highest bidder on June 13th, try thjs remedy in a special buttle t f cash, bal- 2fc. It cures the ittch instantly Ve county court day ance in six months. T D Newland, know this Sold byShugars&Tarreer. E L. Rhinehart, Cicero Riynold;. tcL One-hal- Trustees - has been confine) to his home by Illness . for some time, but is better now. MlSHBS I.ula ano Emma IUkkii and Mr. Vcs Chancellor, of Lexington, spent Mita. Logan Hiuiks contimicsqulto Sunday with Miss Anna Chancellor. ill at her home on K. Main street. Mlis. Jamks MmiBIION, who Ins been Mits. Maiiy Ellis is on the sick list with her mother and unters here, re- at her homo on Danville avenue. turned to her homo at Lebanon JuncJ F. Cook was over from Lexington tion, Tuesday. SrrciAL Aoknt Mooiie, of tho Mu- - Tuesday, seeing after his Dix river ,tual Ilenefit Insurance Company, was farm. hero with Agent It M Newland this The engagement of Miss Martha (Codes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. week. Mil. W. 0 GOODLOK and family, of Itodcs, of Danville, to Martin Reed, Paint Lick, arc desirous of moving to formerly of Hannibal, Mo , hut now of Stanford, if he can rent a houe Mr. Danville, has betn formally announcGoodloe is connected with the Interna- ed. The wedding is to take place on June Uth. tional Harvester Co I For Men Only. $s$jr I AJlOniN'dM 'GMOdNVlS ;U9JB9 SUMMIT) Miss Margaret Livingston, of Crab Orchard, ts the guest of Miss Blanche VanDeveer. Mrs. ImisB Tate returned yesterday from a protracted visit to Louisville relatives Mr. and Mrs Hoiion Camiuiell are in Lancaster for a visit to relatives. They have not yet decided where they will mako their future home. Mack Euranks. Senator "Took" Hubble, Col D N Prewitt and Joe T K'mliry have, been attending thu races at Lexington I Little Katherine Fenzcl, who has ibeen cired for fur some time by Mrs, ' It L Davison, went to Knoxville yes jterday to live with Mrs. 1. C. Lee I A Watki.ns, of Middleburg, n lilue Grass Lesgue twirler of last season, imssed thri ugh from Harbourville, on j his way home. He wilj pitch in one of the Southern leagues this season. i Mrh J M Owens, of Somerset, and Mrs L. It Cook, of Stanford, are visiting their sister, Mrs J. W. Sullee, I Harrodiihurg Republican, Mns L M Whstkrkield nnd children, who hae lieen the guests of Mr. land Mrs M D Elmore, returned home to Livingston Wednesday. Mr Wes- terfield stopped olT between trains for I them Mrs Harry Sullee, of Lcthbridge, lAlbertn I'rovince, Canada, who was I calle! to Kentuckv in February by thu Illness ol tier mother, Mrs J It has returned from Lebanon, where she called by tho serious illness of her sister, who suHTerod an attack of scarlet fever She left for her homo this week, her mother and sister having Mr Thos D. New about recovered. land, of Stanford, hns been spending it He is friends. j few davs with Danville much pleased with hm huine8 undertaking in Stanford Advoca'e j i I Junction Mits M. M. Sweeney is back from h visit to Perryville. Mis' Susan Fisher Woods is with Richmond friends. R Conn, of Boyle, took Wednesday's train for Louisvillt,. Miss Maiiy Uruce has returned from a visit to Perryville, Mlts. W. II. Meksiion and sons spent several days with friends ot Lebanon The services at the Methodist church arc held at 2:10 ai d 7:30 I. M. each day. Dli A S. MotFETT will preach at the Presbyterian church here next Sun day OLD papers for sale; all nice and clean; suitable for shelves, etc; 25 for 5c. This office. Fon Sale. Two antique sideboards, Box a fine trap and n new 17. Stanford. Ky. tf tjpe-wnttr. TlIK Brown is the ideal fnre for level surface. Carpenter, Agent. WaTCII for further noticn of our big Spring opening on court day. May Oth, in Friday's paper. Pence Bros. hilly ground as well as !!. C. r What are Ayer's Pills? Liver Pills. How long have they been sold? Ncaily urty Ask your own doctor and find oat. )cars. Do doctors recommend them? Ayer's 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. . CAyet Co., Lowell. AWt Docs Not StimoSate "Y Corsets. Ladies we have added two new styles in the new medium back B. Leghorn eggs for sale Best laying jtrafj'. Write or phone Mrs. 7 10 R. L. Berry, Ht&tonville, Ivy. o. C. TlIB Young Women's Circle of the Christian church ill meet in the lecture-room of the chureh at '1 30 Satur day afternoon. Ton Sale. cockerel. Mrs. W.J. D No. 1. Few nice Huff Ormng-to- n Also eggs for Imtclnng. Holtaclnw, Stanford. It V. W. G. These styles insure perfect comfort and still retain the long skirt and hips. Eyes examined frm by Dr. Danville. Many nervous and other diseases are the lesult of eyestrain Remove the cause, don't try to Glasses fitted to re cure symptoms move strain and correct detective vis ion, Dllilcillt caes solicited. At bt. Asaph Hotel. May i lr)10 Prctor, of ., W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. LOCALS. SKL'O corn and sorghum Country Slore. U." I PAINTflr I0lLSTft?K a CMfHfTWinfflliliWIIMI S2SK2E32 i seed at the at mm W. THE rally will be held . Y. P Mrs. Hunn's Friday night. I L. IL Hughes T. W. Humblo 0. Ma rtni f Second hand Hell City separator for sale at n bargain W. 0, Walker, tf. u. w -- uoui .moX 19$ ijjav noA" pue iuaq; uo .iBiu apu.ij (;HBnO uoanf),, lino harness horses for sale, highly bred. Box 17. Stanford, Ky. NOTE THE BROAD EVEN COLOR mm Several Several New Line of Hosiery, sbij sAnq aiS i.bii; .ued jxau aq; ;Bq;33 'J3S1I 0 B ssBp b ojih jj ;bij puB ajXjs guiqsin3uiSp )vi i 3A$ 'aoqs )!ien) uaanf) 3ifl ojui jnd si ;i?q; duSircuiJOA poop puc icuapmi guy aqjL qnou3 irayo sduo Aau Wp jou ppioD oqs uoj os aioA ji jinn si?a 'aoqs Anient) uaanf) oijj oj ptuj 3qs i uojpafqo Ajuo aqi. pRuapyuoD sn pjoj puauj WW s;nd iBip A;iijqB.mp buggies which goes on with every stroke of for sale at bargains. Seo us quick. the brush dipped in our paints. Pence Bros. tf They How so freely nnd evenly thai . . "V, 'painting is a pleasure instead of a j Pure Plymouth Rock eggs, $1 for, setting of 15 Mrs. A. R. Nunnelley' wearisome tasK. i ne colors stay on too. The paints are made of materTurnersville. ials that will stand a lot of wear We havo a new corn planter that wo and weather. Give them a trial, will sell cheap rather than to carry ovJ. A. ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. good second-hand er. Penco Bros. 6313P SK ?fw "fc )W7 JV MMmmm Washday Is A Nuisance nt 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 n part of the plumbing trade in which we are especially expert. Send for us if there is anything wrong and we'll mako it right in n a Jiify. I . We call your attention to our line of ladies miss- es and chil dren hose in all the y colors plain . - Prices 25 and 5c, an 6xtra value in an all silk hose for 1.00. We are also showing a beautiful line of dropped stitched hose. Black and colors. mid lisle, extra thin and medium weight. silk : 4 HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., mm a (y a ii w - & ,,vi v):nx - ya ii ii ii v ii-- rr iiii imvj t . W. K. WARNER, Pbonc 188, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KFNTUCKY. L STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ffAGE SIX TIIE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. MAY Gth 1010 PUBLIC SALE ! We will sell at public auction at the Fields place, 3 miles South of Stanford on the Somerset pike, on FRIDAY and SATURDAY, iMAY 27, 28. A lot of nice horses, cows, hogs, cattle, sheep, farming inplements and in fact lots of everything a man needs on a farm. It you are looking for some choice bar gains, don't miss this sale. If you have anything to sell, let us know. W. H. Fields, W. M. Duncan, J. T. Morris. All Hail to the Farmers and Stockmen! Behold the Conquering Herds Have Come! rW ymmf JMk I". .r.Uor ; tlsm I laJaaj ro-impwtwl. tsiN mVr In sea. ki ol 1910 at list OIm C'lcrlt V all'V Stest, Gun. t tai, Cram ami 1 olsacre I'anii, 2 I 1 nnli ( mrt o( C'jaW OnUid, Ky, on as trip OufM'a Cap pile. wsWitcI Irtsm llir I Iml" nl Mr. laoa. (siral SWlyTev,. TravrJIn, air fnipsTwf TV Jli . WBi&Sl&fc k31HM49M v .JP-V..- . .- - mM 'aaaaa A. prior l. has aa. It wlr Iho yrar t. an" lor tltt 1,000 atre ranch. (liit ad. m hi fix Mih yrar, u hlaclt in color vstth rliaiactrtuK I5.3h.nd.. a dark chestnut torrel ssitri ESCRIPTION anJ BREEDING: 1796. he by Rex McDonald 1833. d of Lone, coi.format.on ami action, tired by R Pea Jf irt dam Lucy Weill 6404 by I'eavine 85. 2nd dam by Warten Ham. Denmark. 3rd dam by . . jona Wedey he by Davie Crockett. ........., ..... ,...oi tor MJlb. II youh are lootingbloodme uierupouible to get. being by Rex Peavine......... out -. old ol and at .1 it Vk. he ha. ai mu-- Peirine Will erve a limited number of mare at $25 to insure living colt. Pbannemare. -D- All Peavine 4092, pa Ifimmmjl (erlKClion, .ui. ..,..: Red Light. Diih tool Dare 1982. Combined HtntlUMi Iwrk Mnl.niriitiv Itnr Red sorrel horse, 4 years old. li Is uti.olut' ly welitht I.Ji It.), 111 eerrviiiv iMiuriils illslxxltlmi nt.,1 hands hit'li. extra weigh: and hone. xiIIIkI kllnl Sired by famous roadster and site, coll ens 1) hiiii.llesl, l limst. pMti Uhtlis This itallion it daik bay. 5.year.old 16.2 with best of bone, and action with very heavy mane Red Leaf, who U too well known to in iiiit'iieu ion kiiiKy is me Raueii n Slreat uliovi lion' wd tail. , , nil horsemen to need description and alncv a jenrtliiK xenrlliu the blm tin eirr at thre t, art oltl vinie II by Cilia Verm SreJ by Ceciliaa Chie'. 1st dam by Ultimui 2nd. dam BREEDING 1st nines ami miv reti out of 11 shows, as a bnr know hell iodij:iw, ho by C. F. Clay In offering thlt ttallton to the public, ne horae nml b it mmlel Is In it class to iim by Bay Dick. 4th da-- by Bold dam by lied Wilkes, Ued Light' 1st himself. HeviHS breed, work and tell. He It well enough bred to gel trot nor defMitnl eioept l . Sto-kin- DALMAS. live colt hat we get stock big elaJjh to Will Hand him at the very low price of $10 to imure neelto At ame time and place Will tland two good, Theae jacki are jacki Jim Porter and Bngnoha. too well known to need advertiaing M I have rna.lt aereral teatons with them and you all know how ihey breed. Service fee due wilh all bred lo to other ttock. colt. Term $8 to insure the above advertised le lock, when colt u foaled, mare Haded told or Care taken lo prevent accident but not retponsible should any occur. 0MMikiM$ R. S. Scudder, Phone in Retidence McKINNEY' KY i . 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He has He is a beautiful bay 15 J hands lugli four years of age. more natural action than any horse living, and from his success as a 3how horse in his three year old form bids fair to make a greater show Aorse than his grand old sire, bejng undefeated in his class as a three year old and always getting his part in the stakes against the crack show Jorses of 1900. This great young stallion will make the season of 1910 at the stock Yards of A. T. Nimnelley, Stanford Ky.. at the reasonable figure of $25 to insure a living colt. Mares kept at S2.50 per month, and not responsible for accident or escape. Season due when mares are parted with or bred to other stock. W. O. WalKer, Watzmann, No. 343 Coach German This splendid horse was foaled May 21, 1903; by He H. Hanenkamp, in Germany. was imported by J. Crouch &. Sons, of Lafayette. Indiana. He wns sired by Eskimo, No. M0. He is a very Sue type of the best Gorman coach torses, and sold for $3,000 three f cars ago. He will make the season at my place: at llustonville, at $10 to injure living colt. Stanford, Kerftucky. BEAU NAHOTII. Hirtsl l.y .NftloUilo-ll-tl. Hooord J.IV),.Hoau Nuliolli'a Ural Dam Nora llaukhinun by NoMilfctll record t.U1, by Klectioneer m. aecond dam Jr., aired by Metropolitan 1571 by llaii.lltonlou ID. third dam Juav phlne. aired by Monbrlne Hturllcht sail bv irariiNiy in. louriu .uam iary wunvra ny Oliver tburouirhbrt-Ufifth Hum aired bv WilKnrr, alxth dum aired by Imp Trouby, dam aired by Tlutrntnn'a lUttlir. lit'iiu Nulwtli Is a lurK" liorae itanuinii 1 nanus nnu nuiauinn coiiuiiion 1,1-- pounds, Vt lieu bo liecoinea iiviUatntd with atory of Ills limited education vou beglr. the lo renin limine, is iruiy a remnrkHUie narneaa atulllon, that lie uiuat Im n ureut lior." la prov iil bv the onderful progreaa that ho hna liiude Willi very llttlo bandlliiK hu liaa ientti dle; is an' extra individual in every respect; just such a one as you see winning the blue ribbons in the wlllcontlnue to handle Fertilisers In the show ring, is fine gaited, neve Jun.lMinud MoKlnney aocllonaund nik my touches himself anywhere and is a oldputroiia to remenilxr inc. I also ask the putrouuge of many new customers. very high going on all 'round. He D.t'.MlI'l'I.K.Ky has won 1U blue tics in show rings, London. never defeated. Come and see this For Sale. grand colt, he is worth going miles to see. Sound. This horse will My house and lot on Logan avenue, Walton's Opera House, homo and run- make the season at llustonville at to insure living colt. about for sale. E. C. Walton, Stanford. $l'-'-TO THE FARMERS. 1 50 OMKTONnnd Itl'SSKI.. Owned by "J B. Saiulitlge, Hus- I'llflon Is it black Juckviltb light poluta I years old laat Huptciuber, liy, lunula blKti tonville Ky. Bay stallion, left hind with it mntcbltiaa bond and eur, wvll kel on u ranny nock, baa plenty iKineundaubalauce foot white; foaled Nov. 17. 1901; and ua n breeder he not aurpuaatl. eire, Prospect, by Dignity Dare 1882. RUSSEL la a blackjack with llabt olnta, Dam Squirlie 191. by Black Squirrel last Auiiuat, full 15'1, liunda blU with as much finish and uctlun us a liorae. nnd ua a 58, --M dam. Daisy Denmark 188, bnvsler lit. U the eounl of unv lack. Ilolh of these Jncka will serve inarea at llll to Insure by Sumpter Denmark, Jr., 3rd dam, rt uvini; con. irnilliit; the inure lorleiti me Insurunee, (lure still lie taken to preterit Fannie Wallace 50, by Sir Wallace. ncciuenu, uui will not iwrcapouaitjlcauouii any occur. Jennets will lm cured for after Sequel is one of those full made June 1st. nnd bnd by prhuto contract ones with two good ends and a mid K. I'. WOOD, J II. WOODH. 1 Two Mighty Jaclls Two. uam whs Day Maid by CtiMIUti 2:.W Ilia own colla.Aitd bn xini In rum son of the groat (ninlicttn Wilkes: 2nd ufastheml. Ilia rolts ore alvta) Inside th. dam Nell by old Ralsora, 3rd dam money nnd when developed, make Krent Ulan priewi tnn-ninl Noonday bv St Klino: 4th dam MUl- - saiiiiiorx amihorses Hls.t llinil Ills K' tIlvut iinltetl show nlghtbr Pilot. Jr. M dam Twilight all iimthko an. of !! .".sears sold at an avt r has noior U'.'u ilrf. n' by Lexington: nth Uam Darkness by iik' prlc oflMl isIIiih priNlncs ruin Mhrn shoviu vvtt'i I to Wagner. lioiins 14.1. Think of nucli sis.IJI.ts as he tins sir. d In ottering theservlcos of this prom nainels.Netlletoii. Wiiimiiii. l'rosiH'it tie ising young tUallton wo feel afe in Jim iHlerou Mar, Mhv m the I'n. lnre. sayitng that with his sbe. style, form. llerrllln Mare, Toile l'riiice London liar I lilts" f'om Dare Ml. Iuin'rial. a stieed and notion that tic Is bound to a host (ilnlhors that tiu. Ieeii sold from as Jl.lsiiti r'.""'. nrovo a great slocK liore. Will stand f.r Mit liter, nn. I m. wIimI IK.nt cord .1.. a sir cmi at my livery barn in Stanford at Sl." to lilllMTV UMIK. ul by (.'best, r l"nre Nn Insure a in ine coll, inonsy uiio wnen i ,e. ui nniu ny KMT A T II It., h liv Wllllnui Weloh til . T II It , i.e cnlt Is foaled or mare tinned utlli. b ItiMleke'a T II llaillbletollloll No, III Ho sure lo ve him lxfor breeding It, still re mares tills season of IVIOnt luv your good mares stable In Mllsti.nMII" at the lost price of WITtMNHl'ltK I.I K t'lll.T O. G. RKA.LKY. Stanford. Ky Mono due when colt ooinesor mare tnidnl or reinoeu,or nre! toan oilier sloik lien retained on alt tolts until luild for llra fiirnlsheil ut reasonable prlci lor mares from a distance and must Nt settleil lor oeiore remoMHi. ii'eniiiiK i.oura from f lo In In iiiurnliiiC nnd I to il In ereiilnil my persounl ntleiillou Maris Tula iiuigiilllri'iillv- bri-jolllin lillhu but Kill not la' responsive for accldenla or vtlll nmkc Uif u'hoii of ll.lo at n.t tiililp escnps's, will also at the same turn mid near Hlanf.inl, K., mi tlir sliollij Clt. plkn place iluiKl my ureal hreciliuic Male Jack in lit to iniiirx ii luiiiic con, mm vnrriei: Ulrt-ialiort Ixick. Iit'iny PEYTON ' of tli trottir lwn In fact tlitr lilillieil t una iKrreci uiih)iiioii. iittisiiyiiiH irrnai so vsel) kliovMi In the West l.lnl of l.liirnlu counts, unwaril Mlher iM',, tbnt won tlu pun one wnennl llo for mures and t3) for ieiinels. is iimuni or inarr iratiiM. Trans) IMiiilit 111 it apirn Hint ran' in h"t or parted viltli.or liresl toaiiv oilier nrul IIih mhiiiv ilnr wuu the 10.iim lUimifr ny nun Hudderar'a Jack he iock. Mt'inorlal mill ttic M.iiVd M. nil In broken ny iiiinuie a nriKnollu nod out of Jim Tor hcatit and xolil fur Jjljufcuml lutrr (or t'.-io- i. Poll VnrrlcU M lirtxl iimctly llkr Hpnii. ter'a Jennett IVytoii Is line vsltli serr lurne tHinn and TrainN lviuila Itli llu.cn that won Ilia foot. kikmI neck nnd ear kikhI iuarters, v II in nr, iiiakiut: h rC4iruor2:u7nuavniciaiii id in oniM.f thi lilt: four, lMinir oa of Hit mountet I61iunils Inch hlKli nndto admired sal. I Kriaioi riKiucy winiicra on inx grunu rir l.y nil Hhoiex him. nnd l county ! the uen miuejacK in i.iiuoln mil In All are Invited lo come and aee him llnwnril HIImt ! l.y Onwnnl. one of tin' I't.one In resilience it ml nuns of Wllltf. D. S. CARPENTER. onnarit'atliiiii whs tlitiUam of Director, Hi Hi4To ii i.r, Kv airvoi iiini grni iiiiniiy 01 iroiii'm nun iliini niirrrs. lon Vurrlcki i l. Wllkolloy, tivnori;e Wllkra n full il.tcr in tiih way r:i(.'.,iiiii null iimit lo .Mini l.'li rntclit'll llio ilaiu of ltublxT ;:10. w inciieiiir vni,, limy wiuon 5:a, ami .Ml H.S:.i,Snl iluin Mary hy IIOKii'Mdrcy f nKllliilniii of Tin' Wu ami .Mailli'i.e I'liliiirn, Dun Varrlck'ailnni prmltiOHl llr. Coiiiht ssictianu ponr, ,ii tucacs tall, ouo tlml puct'd a pilhlle half milt, on tin' Irf'ilnKton track, at in mouth In 1:ik4 ami eu by Muojli IJeld FoHter, will mako cil.l to N. W. lluliliiKi'rof New IIiii-for a llxi, li iilno prmluceil MiikiiIo luo, that tho season at lu nsurol.onvliving colt ported that cos irotlisl a linlf inllHou thu Minix truck at It Ho U by an nioiitiMolil 111 1:11 u ml unltl for 1U. Hon 01,000 In tho blic'tlaiid Ulnnd.s, and U rirrlck li faat kiiiiki nnd alwii). on the n'KatiloU by horscnion uk tho Ih.s' trot, ery rarely eer hla feet. Inn pouy In KontJckv, iltfeatlni; ull com Heekn riamtlliiK latt Full lietrottid a Uar teron half nillit track In III',. Hoc. half In ers in the show rin In W, Lien ti ,1(1 anil the mile lnJ:nontlie outalile of tulncil on all colu until suason truck. I'leaae iiotn tbu rich litherltniiCH of Marcs parte! with or bruil aixcil on liotli aliha. not a inlsalim link for forfeits insurancu and inonei Ktlierntlnna. lined tothla fellow ami J oil emit iiiIhs tlu four thlnx every lire, il.r becomes due. Will make tho Htuon a" looka for nine, illioIUon, NM.e unil looks. my farm. JOHN H Seetilm iH'fore. tMokliiour uiiue, Heasou money duo when iintreaure imrtnl with or Stanford, Ky a briHl to uuother horM). Mures kept lit loo x'r clay ami ull cam taken, hut will not lt responsible, for iicclilxuta or eacimes. Hon Vnrrlck la it 'J;il trotter If ho hud the proper lianilllni;. Also ut aame pinru w ill aiumi V a true picture ol an ulral lacl a alson ei atjrlf, lymmrtry anJ liat magnificent liraJ, ran, ncta ami bwly.a atmas.plraaiiliiunlrnancc riprraunt; gtalilu.lr alrrt, aqualme tyti, tlir ran tlir najlit Hie. harm ami Israuty, that Dte nrs.1. vibrate til unison ami harmony animatnl l.y true awl Tons nsMstuiu, sponl in houUm, IrunV, Irel, lv, thi(li, muKlra, Hrsrvvt, donra arsil tail unique proporlioni and at otxe ifKhcaleheu a pscturru rnojfl ttt lm Jacttlup, He hat tlie action, ajiltty a ml artamalaan ol a "racn" M A ulna alesj, and demon -stialM lo the IxhoUer, he is the pllnl aon ol a rmolp mr. assd hai always Irani-mittr- d an.1 llie lo hu tolti sue, lorm. ijiaMnrtiy. tjl aad laMaly wa attnbi'eimtVe lhm tell hh. AM tJtaol In have lissmmti moUs eicrpt two ami all have told (rem $6) la $125 at vsramng or msm aHst weaMnj; rtcrplltvo, they are not (or tale. CifcUwr hai a tfoflfc'. msshwm ihyihwsaal. Irnor ttuce and Uayi the Imuil m chronolegKal cHtlet, and an isWl or laajf fMaM, aanja Oalt) Onlil Onlyf I aay. I aayl CimWo. -- ahc Kavyal Davukey Wat tttrd and (ealnl In OM KamttKl. And Itsan la waafi aal for hkV I it) I ( My I'm the Koystl DVrl I tayl I aay, S and hfr ItW (total DwsiVyT Chorus OnLyl OnVyl Oal)t Jenny. Jriany. Jwy. my Jean) I OnLyl OnV)l CM)! (ly special letitiinaaii ike (eHownaf sislliniiii ciauaa itl (.nacom county hate kindly ctsntniaail to l oxd at nlinaaie and swaiajrtaajaajat; Itavsitg raised or and petasnaHy Instvv thaa aaiL tt a pant tareaaltr and that purchased hu pro't-jchu (.ohs are rated sstnS hSelsesl. vw Mom. JasVn Say4w, Jatw i Intry Harris, Ovapaale, GaMaje I ladsnt. Lute Knag. IloHen W Givrai, Drom I Jocol-ar- s and ( S Tiro. (lacrltHir will aiaad at $8 under tame toadnnmt as the avallaost (tedato it the sate of a very fane smites' csill and h ijeanaassj to h a peat seaine! lact . Trse season for sanisHs wait tse 515 rl)sa. aI (t"Kh Mis Galton s Pcdalgo "donvarrIck u ul resH-U- The young stalhoa. Gakon't I'edaljo, wiH iladat the 1.000 Atlc Ranch . I (e it a daik bay. IS hanji hfcrH. Ioji yeart old, hai aB liie eaaemial factort of a model tlalUi. Sued hy GtWon I2?l0.dsm I VI. wjMtef Nj 3715. tSe liy AIhI.IIo Mtnilirmj -- lftesaMt co4 $10). 2d dim Lottie Motey hy C, I his stallion combtfira the blood ol jhe I laniblrionian, WilVet, I' Clay, etc, etc Mrmbnno, Seely, American Slai anJ City lamil.es. and waN ttaml at $10 to a limited number ol good marei Lien rrlainej on colls until sea tun it paid. Money dje at ome il mare it told or tral-- J Will nt be resfKHistble (oc acctjentt or escape ol mates Msirt pastured at $2 per msnth If you want tljtltsh, fast rotten . breed lo IVJalgn, Bullclinc, the Peerless. A horniest, led Short Hoc. (lull, an ideal animal in color lorm, style, ate, symmetry, weight, muscle ami bone, will tland at One Dollar, cadi at the lot. with privilege, ol return. All farmers should raise tlse best beef cattle, it paya lo Leep i he best. Il it the bull that it the ideal great factor in tianimrtting condittont ami development! in the herd, Therefore, bring your cowt ami get calvet you will be proul ol an J that will tell themselves without who breed lo tlse best aires, raise the best slocl ami get the chin mussc We aik the courtci) la purchase at th- - nutlet price the projenr ol beit pric-- s. 1 !!. i't ii lt msmm bu)en Dock Grey 7 w rl these fine animals over oilier ln's Tlie K.ing or Lincoln A notable and prolific wre. This Jersey bull wai wed by Dr. Vaughl No. 72715,dtmlDbaitaNj. 12)610. "A.J C.CNj. fl Wat I7lh St. New Yoil. N Y " wll stall at Three Dalian, cash at th- - lot, wrth privilege ol reC jwi all hsJeri pttturtvl at leitoaaMe lalei. dm bull's progeny have turn 11 hijh graleheileri have aald from $35 Id $50 pet 83 p cent In left Every family ihould have a goo! Jersey cow, at .1 thort an I low ycvlmji gioi livinj. Always have golJen Jeney cream anJ a matter ol on'irl. bultrr, lor no other I arte 1s- t- thu good, yellow butter, S.ocltna.1 anJ IoViccj raiste will do well lo keep their eyet on 1 ,00 Hu h with us At tla:k, giany paitutet, abunJanl water, prohfi: lim:rfoae and aid mu.li virgn art, ptclureaU forettt anJ timber anJ beautiful landscapes, wire houiea anl tobacco barm. Thu land lei.ei ail gttnl pitst, nin -- ton proJucei the; fii-- tl qutUy ol tooico; crop ol 1933 sold for 16 I 2 centi; 1909 crop sold foi 15 cents per pouitl. 1 eUo-wher- b- -ri Sequel, No. 25 12. e"nn. John B. & Jamie G. Carpenter, Jr., MmuijJiTb F D, No. 1, Crab Orchard, Ky. Some Kentucky Fair Dates. 27- -3 dayg. Versailles, Aug 3 4 days. Danville, Aur. 3- -3 days. Lexington, Auk. 8- -0 days. Taylorsvllle, Aug. -4 day. Harrodiburi?. Auir 9- -4 daye. Urodhead. Auar. 173 days. U- Lancaster, July days. Shclbyvllle, Aup. 23- -4 daya. London, Aug, 234 daya. Nicholasvllle, Aug. 303 days. Uarbourvlllc, Aug, 313 daya. Montlccllo, Sept. 6, 3 daya. Glasgow, Sept. 28- -4 days. State Fair, Louisville, Sept. 12- -C proseii to Iw tbevliitiiiploii harness atnlllon Hu hna huh oer thu best hoiaeathut Kentuok Una producesl.Hi'ailol blm mid on will tbnt third are no l Her bred ktitllloii III Kentucky thuu he Is He ifota coiiiIiIiiihI horses, glo lit aHiuldlH iiinrx be HlllKvt Jon n saddle colt, ulte til na it tiotter inure, b will kvI son it trottluifci.lt, rtuneinber lleau NaUitU It combined, h lib more record fmullleatlmn J. K. DAUGHMAN. moat any horse In Kentuck) (leorite Wllka Hleetinnevr, llmullloiilonund lour crosses ol tborouuhbred lo ulso hint atuiiilmi. Chatnl'erlam'ti Stomach and Liver I oiik mid ae thl borau be llet without to end .. from Xiblets will clear the Bour stomach, nfuuit.bsi lanriHrfe,'t phiiiiiiI end nsii.ll..l lilt Iim the. o rrntis eolta tho breath and create a healthy jHuy b use wm stund ut tho Nunnoiley iv8ten dU...ls,,f,,, sjpetito Theypromoto tho How of mi IH.UI iwraouni .are sill t'lllKSTi U1IOI1U tnken. 2Mtric Juice, thereby InducifiK good di- - Kt,u,0,,"ureaUvl,,B5?ft,,.KTrl.H 'ibou j itium. uunford, Ky. Ititlon. Sold by G. L. Penny. of Kentucky flrat-ilui- a 111 T 2 LOW ROUND-TRI- P HOMESEEKERS FARES TO T.wmtw ftincltt worm that Htm In on of tout Imwb Ii Unr tinaurni,( tour urofltaV- worm! brMtd thi tmmt that l(nn viui know tut droT U InltcUd. It tbtr art aifuioM ol Uieru nd pre llr won Ui Dod I Uiui. MulUotr U m quick Uio pATfttttM-k- lll tiiem or u iar u Thla rmArkaLl tnftd Don't Lose Hon Profits iil Icmlrnd t4 The West, Southwest and Northwest St. Louis WITHOUT CHANCE. TRAINS DAILY TO 24MWt2 initial Dlicrtt KY VIA wit UI dtrof ? r Iwt worm In our lloTt, HbMp, ami ftll other toci. . GBjlL St. Louis aannaaBsr WITHOUT CHANCE. TRAINS DAILY TO I prrentlufM-tloaIt ! a woodrfol lonlo and CAndltlorji-r-. todpwill tHmm tMTlntf Ui olml thm It o direct tu lu worm . vt fttrOUiACUl una invUO uwiTiy uuuii coat sj oaT la liliu nmuuuiu, .rsi.na.1 .mi mMt. tu uiiAa Lruilt for )uu. Gutti ouIt 112 of tt ,...-- . IMr litkaUl fjj IMUi, U raanafattared brib B. IU11I uouiao7i Viitiuau, viuuf .- mlVt lf l"" Ufii K Tlckots on Salo Flrtt nnd Third Tuesdays In each Month. Return Limit as Days from Dam of Snlu. R. l I'. rUNN, T I' r Wrltt lor Farca and A. l,uuiavii.i,ii Route Arrangiraanti.-f- c . I' CAXUNliK, G V A For ! by PENCE BROS, Stanford, Ky. jhCV MAY 6th 1910 TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. PAGE SEVUI NOTICE TO Notes and Accounts Collected. Wc collect notes nnd accounts anywhere in the United Slates charges unless wc collect, Also look after claims of all kind. Hank references. CorrcsK)ii(Icncefoliciteil. 11 Che Cincolii county national Bank For His Sake fotakeCnrdttl," writes Mat-t- ie L Bishop, of Waverly, Va., "and for his sake I to try it. Before I had taken bottle, I felt better. "Ucfore taking Cardui I suffered nubcr.tbly every mcnli and had to po to bed until it worc-o- ff, but now am Jl nulit." 1 7 Of Stanford, Kcti(ucky Contractors, latins Js'iitlw "My husband heuRcd mc WKDNK.HDAY. MAY 1 HI 10, Iioreliy given tlmt I, Wijim'lwir of turnpike roncl for Lin coin wninty, ICy., will until lOo'elnrk May 11. HHO twelve iralnl lttd tor lntn unit tram ron- Imcto oh th vrku tec tioM of ttirti nikf In mM Unroln nxintr, I'v. All Imk fur hirnHiittg, Imulinir. broking nml pipndiiift Mow nw jmvrl muM Im mhIiiI nul AM uiili mo (in or Itvforc 10 n'rlurk i., Weiliiwdny.Mny II 1010, nt .Stuiifunl. Ky., nml no bids will ho rrcrivednfter llmt time. Coiitrnet" will lie let to the lowot nml lioft bicMeis, mid con- 'trmtnrft will lie rriiirtl to eivc lxuiil with fiirrly, to lie niiiirovol liy tne. for tlie (nitliful inrfoiinnuco of their ronimrtK nml lor nil jxiitiltu h and Surplus, Resources, 3. Capital, $50,000.0043,000.0a 340,000.00 HAYS POSTtR, CLERK. - MAY'S COLLECTION WOODHON AGENCY. J. D H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT-- . W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER, J- - W-- l ROCHESTER, ASST. CAS PAXTON, H. C, CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER t.M'lnl.T MAY, Mgr.. Somerset, - - - Kentucky. It Pays To Advertise No Place Like Kentucky How Some of I. J. Patrons Have! Former Uncolnlle Writes Tender I Letter Back Home. Found It Profitable Lttcly. I'ETKRSTOWN, W. VA., April .10. ,E50 J V. O John ,. Walker, Sunlonl; S. II. Shanks, .Stuiifunl; fJeo, W. Cartarifciinfccd II. I'otr, Stmirbnl; W. II. Slmnke, HUnfnrrf; T. Iln '. kin, IiititttMler; J. II. I'uxton, Stanford; W. II. Trnylor, ' Oilbertu Creek, It. L. Hubble, Laiieter; W. II. Cummin', l'rencliurivillrr, Li I burn Goorli, Gilbert Creek. a j The Woman's Tonic helped others who were in the same fix as you. It is not only a medicine for sick women, but a tonic for weak women. Being made from mild, gentle, vegetable ingredients, it is perfectly harmless and has no bad You know Cardui will help you, because it has Splendid tributes to tho valuo of tho Intkhioii Journal ns iin ndvertininfj medium and ns a liusirifg puller wero In tho first paid to It tho little son of Jack lleazley lniiin(o for failure to k crform lost his flco do(f. Mr. Hcsiley silver-tlse- d their coiitnicl within tlm time nml for it In three issues, nnd nftcr under the conditions luiojnnfter men tho third, called up tho 1. J. man and "tioned. Ftiiuford ft Dunvillc pike k& 1 from Htniifnnl to .Mr. Multie White', .10 rod ttnm. to While' finte 30 rrdhtoiir. Stanford anie, hv. A' (nun Mic. Muttie lloyle county line 1 Hush lirnncli pike sec from Stanford v HiiIi llritnch, '2f rodgUnio. ciiiii, ice. --', from Hush Ilrnucli to Hubble, 20 rod clone. FtniifmdA Crnli Orclwril pike, ec. 1 from Stanford to ltwj;!inmii' '.'0 rixli stono. ftwiit mi', '2, from llii(iliiiiHiiV jrnte to m unlet gnto 15 rod Mono. Slnnloitl A' Dix Itiver pike Me. '2 from Ilnyilcn't! Switch to Tiny lor J.nnc, (1 rode htone. Stnufotd A' J.iinetiMer tnki- mv. 1 from .Slnnfnrd to Logan Ihiic 'J5 - Iinrntrr pike to 'rodsMwiP. Htmifonl A Wnyiiwlnirg pike, sec. from Stanford to Oltenheim pike, 25 rtnU Flour. Sumo Fee '2, from Otteiihuim pike road nt of to Muywood (jo. Knoh, 25 rod stone. Same, fcc. .'J from Mnyuood Co. rond to Carter' Store, 10 rod stone. 1 f-- Stanford A'- - Hutonville pike tec. 1 I mm ctanioni to LnHm store no roil rtone. Same, mt '2, from Cneh' More to Ilniiping Fork creek, HO rudrlone. Smne, Mc. !l,fr in limiting Fork Ctrek to linrtonville, 10 red rtone. Ilurtoiiville A Celfey' mill pike, ', . 1 from Hiirtnnville to Win 20 rods rtone. Ilurtoiiville A Danville pike reo. 1 . from Ilurtoiiville to lllaek pike (10 rod rtone. came, it c 2, from llliick pike to Uo)leC'n. line 20 imlr rtone. McKiiinrv A CoflejV mill pike roc 2 licm Old Toll Gnte Home to Fair place 2ft Kiln of rtone. DnnilleA LnnenMcr pike, whole rend, 15 red rtone. Lincoln A lloyle pike, whole road, 5 rods rtone. llnniii l'ork nnd Hubble pike fiiin Itiitli Hrancli Hke U Danville mid Lnncsi-U- r pike 5 rod of gravel. A rod of rtone or gravel rlinll constat of 225 cubic feet. Hand broken rtone nnd gravel or 'notion inurt be on margin of by Sepl- 010. All irruvrl mud Iwrpreud lwfore OeL .". 1U10. All metal is to bo menrured by the iir-iro- r or hi iirirtnt who limy deviate wldi and wlieie it w to be rpJiad. All ciutlnd rtoiii' inurt lie Ipnad not Inter than dan. 1, 11 . All rtone. ftiruirhed miut Ik- - iood, round, hard limeetone or ijtiarU and broken into piece not to exceed two iuchu In diameter. The gravel inurt be clean nnd tlinty. 'I he court or it reprcMntntivomay reject any mnleriul not (t propur riro Jlldderr murt ray wlietli-n- i Or ijunlity. Car-win- Dear Editor. Am so glad to see the great Improvement in the I. J. slnco you took charge. Would liko 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 friends. Old Kentucky Is tho grandest of all said: "You can tako that ad out, It found tho United States that I have ever my dog. A man way over in Garranl traveled in. It has tho finest land, telephoned me that ho had the dot;; nnd horses, and best of nil, the best people had seen myad in the iNTKHIOlt Jouu- - 1 have ever known. I don't know when I was ever shockNAU" Mrs. W. II. Wearcn had n pen of fine ed ns much as when I read In the I. J. lllack Minorcas for snlo nnd of courso of 'Iro'go U. Saufloy's. death from that ndverthtii them In the I. J. Mrs. ' teTildo disease, typhoid fever, which Amanda llowyer, of McKinney, saw 'is ben tho cause of so many denths around the capital of tho nd and conic to town and liouu'lit . and hoart-nche- s tho birds and some eirirs to.i. She told our good county. I could hardly refrain Mrs W oar en sh hud read her ml in from shedding tears wbn I saw his pictho I J. ture on tho first pego, so nntural and Smith IlitUKhman ndvertiol some lifelike It seemed as if he would shake Jerry cows for sale. Ho toUi the I. J. hands with me, as he always did when man 1'ridav to tnku the nd out, they I was in Stanford and saw htm. It In wereKoini; so fast. "Ilev. F. M. Tin hard for tho people to give up so groat der, of Lancaster, came over anil a mnn and in his young duys too. Hut bought three, (mying mo $60 npiece." flu Who does nil things well, knows said Mr. Ilatihman. "He saidhe read beat, nnd had higher work for him to perform. May God's blessing be with my ad. In tho Stanford pnper." And it tins already been told how his dear mother nnd fnthcr in their beMrs. Liccie Wood recovered herpjnsses reavement nnd help them to bear it and throueh tho 1. J. The moral of all this to realize that ho is much better off up thcrn than in this world. is obvluus. Princeton, West Virginia, which An Fxpert's Opinion of Skin Dis- place I have just left, is a great railroad center at present and will be even eases. greater in the near future. Streetcars, ice factory, flouring mills, brick kilns A prominent, national expert on skin and about 13 different business houses diseases whose name you arc familiar are some of the institutions here. exwith, says that in all his scientific West Virginia is a great lumber, perience he has never found so hard a mining nnd grazing state, though very disease to conquer ns eczema. Yet he 1 like the peo-pl- o rough and mountainous, does not hesitate to recommend ZKMO here fino so far, but they are not as a most successful remedy for the like dear old Kentucky people. treatment of Eczemn, itching skin King Eagle. high, the time information of such transaction. For furtW call on or addicts the undersigned. lattck. No. 2556. Vol, 6. A. S H. R. King Eagle u 16 hands daik bay with flowing mane and tail, goet all the sailt with plenty ol tpeed, tlyle and action, PEDIGREE, Sired by RtyalK.ng.2555.he by On Time, 745, he by Stonewall Jackson, 72, Royal Kmg't lit dam Mollis Mountr, 3584, by the noted tire CabbeH'i Lexington F, S. King Eagle's III dam Hip 3579, the by Eagle Bird 1014, he by Old King Eagle, 750, 2nd dam by Red Lym, 3rd dam by Harru Denmark he by Miller't Denmark, 45, 4th dam by Jim after-effec- ts. Bell (thoroughbred.) NOTE.-King Eagle it a combined ttallion, Cardui can be relied a breeder of fine color and high ttyled colu, they upon to help you. all having tire, style and action. He tired the Try it today. colt that won the $50 stake at the Stanford fair At all druggists. and the $100 stake at the Lancaster fair, defeating there four of the get of the great Rex Pea-vin- e, This get of King Eagle was second in the $300 stake at Harrodsbuig, with 24 entriet and defeated the colt that won this stale two out A touch of rheumatism, or a twine e of three shows. I lis colli are in demand, bring of neuralgia, whatever the trouble is, the highest pnees. King Eagle will male the Chamberlain'a Liniment drives away present season at the low price of $15 to insure the pain nt onco nnd cures the com- a living colt. Will also ttand the great mule Jim plaint quickly. Firstpplication gives at $10 for maret and $20 for jack,to Krene jennets insure a relief. Sold by G. L. Penny. living colt. Jim Krene tired by the great Billy Kerne. Itt dam by the Imp. John Welb, 2nd dam nanut high, oyueecner. Jim reene it u black with while points, a great mule jack. Tho splend'd work of Chamberlain's All of the above mentioned stock will male Stomach and Liver Tablets is daily the season of 1910 at our stable 2 miles coming to light. No such grand reme- West of Stanlotd on the Shelby City pile. Maret traded, parted with or bred elsewhere fordy for liver and bowel troubles was ever known. Thousands bless them for feits the intuiance and money becomes due a Ashland Brook. 17 A.T. It. It., brtil by Kugsinw Ituck-e- r, lrortretov.il Ky. Milium! ilrook rat foaled lull, aolld buy with left hind loot white, stands )n4 hnndi high. HKIiIillIKi:. Hired by Hllent Ilrook, 1B7IW, record 2'NiV the sire ol MnrgnrK Hnthtmte.SHliJ IWtle Ilrook, (3)S:IJ5S. . ijy Ilellbrook,X:l7V,, Jennie Ilrook, m awi KlllottHtone.2:lH Ijidy Ilrook, hrn arid lltinnlng Ilrook, z:.i. Hllent Ilrook lif Darknlght, No. 2H. the sire or ttenreb-lla- ht l:isl!j Ilrlghtllght, nnd Voir, 7:1111. tlnrknlgbt sired by Alcjoim No. 711. record 2::r7. Asblnnd llrook'a ltilrtin Hunt. Wren by Ashlnnd Wilkes, Milirecordjjir,, tbaslreof John Il.(lentry,:niS, Hnlly To by IieA ler. tmy,i Ashlnnd Wilkes Mn-Wilkes, 17l'i, he by neurgn Wilkes seeeiit dmn.Hldx Lilly, hy l'rctenili r, U.'.i 3rd Can by. Hut Monroe. Ktft. Notf. Ashlnnd lirook Is n handsome tallow with lots of sulwtnncehnsn hold wnyf nrtfcn, folng with speed, stylo nnd J greistand they eolts are three yea old nre nil one could expect, they go colors with plentv of size nnd great stsiti nnd Ilnltli Ashlnnd Ilrook sired thx greai Hallle Ilrook, that unbeaten sold for PW. Aahlnnd Ilrook will make the present season at Jlfito iMMlre n living cod- - Vol. iKn. 4ITM.I .. 1:i, . WAR TRACE. Wlllnl'nMnnd the emit young Jack War Truce at til) for mnres and Iin lor Jennets. War Trao It black with whltu points li bands high nlred by Oreiit Kntern the he hy the Imp. Tax l'nyer, that sold for tl.Llsl. his dnin win by tho Imp. Oreat Kait-Tt- i. WnrTniL-vdati- i by Iledlord Htnr, heUf Kiel! Htarllglit. Hec-on- d. curing constipation, sirk headache, biliousness, jaundice and indigestion. Pold by G L. Penny. S. T. HARRIS & ROBT. WOODS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Free Child's Remedy What mother is not looking for something that will help her children in the little ills of life, something for the stomach trouble and the bowel trouble? Long ago she probably 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-ancthat usually they work too draitl-cullc; y, Kentucky Farmers that if they raise 20 bushels of wheat or 15 barrels of corn to the acre they are doing well. ARIZONA RANCHES raise from 6 to 9 crops of Alfalfa a year: yield from 1 2 to 2 tons to the acre per cutting, which sells from $10 to $20 per ton. We have ranches that yield two crops of com a year, and no dry years, for all we have to do lo make it rain, is to turn on the water in the irrigation ditches. 1-- s, dandruff, pimples, blackheads nnd nil other diieHtes of tho skin nnd scalp. He snys trmt not only do its curative qualities make it popular, but also the fact that it it a clean, liquid remedy for external use. A creat improvement over the old style creasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the Kenn life that cauies the disease. draws the Kerms to the surface nnd destroys them, leaving tho skin clear nnd healthy. Cnn be used freely on infants. 0. L. Penny will gladly hU- ply hosn who call with a freo sample bottle of ZKS10 and u booklet which explains in simple language all about Bkin dwe-asand how to cure yourself at homo with .EMO. -ZE-M- W. E. Junction City, Ky., to Ashe-vill(uid aro nauseating und too powN. C. and return via Queen & erful frt ,Sim 1411., nno afntnfifh Any mottrf,vho will take tho trouble Crescent Route. Tickets sold May 2 to ol sending-het:i me and address can ob11, inclusive, good returning until May tain a tree teolaido bottle of a remedy that thousands of other mothers are using 31. 1910. W. C. Rincarson, G. P. A. tO 25 e, John I). Rockefeller would go broke if he should spend his entire income trying to prepare a better medicine than Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel complaints. It is simply impossible, nnd ho says every ono who has used it. Sold by G. L. Penny. Co mmissioner's Sale ! In Lincoln Ctivuit Court. li nd King Eagle, Jr. - 1 ' fcfmin rill l liroLfii l.v liiind or crurlud. The ruperviror rererv the rijiht to reject any nnd nil bid, lllunk fornw ou which bidg may be made can bo obtninid from the ceimty clerk. Copies of bonds may 1h obtaiiud at - tho County Clerk's oflice. , 5. K. DUDDERAR, SuiMTvisorTurnjiike coin County. Hwid for Lin Stonewall Jackson, &Tlm fine Jr. gicat iiiklle Umling tltllioD, OU StoncHtll Tliu cotl't dm wm Dcnmaik niarr. I le u a (H SON C. G. nice roll, and hat cohl to prove hu good Lrred. R. F. D. 4. WAYNESBURG. KY. ttand at $A lo inuiie until weaning ng, Will Itione in rettdence; Waynetburg Farmen'Ei. ime. We hoU a lien on all coin until paid for, lllarten mate made lo ttand by die iropirgnato . We have peilrtl tuccett in thit bleeding. Lumber Sale! lll Miltlln tltllioo wai liinlijr die I'k(fn- Sued lr S. 1 I IwnV Km Fjm'c Vol 6 A. S. 1 1. It. K!o. 2556; he by fUy.l be hy Stent Kmt 2555. hr by Us I imr Mail JaAton 72, Uovl King, Itt tUn Moll MeunM 25H4, wai by ihr nulrd are Ctbbr'l'i Lriingtoa I S. King Ezlr'i Itt dim I lip 3571) l.e by La;lc WJ 1014. he by OM Kh Eagle 750, Id dam Krd Lion, id ilain I larrw Uen- matk he by Miller Doornail 45,4th dam by Jim E Dell. Kin; I agle It Itt dam uai Mellie Dftn- non, die I) Old Dientum. 2nd dam Copper Hot- torn and luoi back lo Davy Cioclrtt, thoroughbred. Note. King Eagle u five )ean old, datk Lay with one while hind loot, nice mane and lad. I le itandi lull lb 4 handt high, weight 1,425 llx. and well proportioned in etery way. A combined ttallion with plenty ol ipeed, ityleand action, and hu colli ihow that he it a fine bfeedei. I le had colli lo come last Spring thai the ownrn refuted $150 for befoie weaning time. I le will mate the leaton of 1910 al out barn, one mile wetl of Waynetburg on ruliing Oeck at $10 lo imuie a living colt, Maret Had ed, parted with or bird eltewhere without mv content foilritt the intuiance and the money be. comet due at the time of tucli fianiactton, Care will be laltnlu iHcienl accident! but not mon- im-omusioner, boat-lufrom the title should any occur Will alto ttand a day of snlo, nt tho rato of six per cent COOD MULE IACK. SAM KEENE. per annum, with. good and approved turd by S. T. I lairit' steal Hilly Kerne and out personal security and further secured ol a pedigreed Jennet. Sam Keene it 14 -2 oy n lien rctnlnod on tho land. idi huh: black with white nointt. I le hat proved himtelf to be a good Urrdei, Will ttand II. It. S.UTFLKY, M.C.L.C.C living coll, K. S. Alcorn, Att'v. A hen irlainrd on al $8 to insure all colli until the season money it paid. lo a juiltftiienl of the Ciivti It Court rendered at its February term, 1W10, in the c.to of I,uc ias IVrkins, plaintiff, vh. W. J. Kdmlbtoii it a I defendants,, I will ou MONDAY, MAY 'J. 1910, County Court tiny at about 1 o'clock I'. M. m1I at public oulvry Uithe blgh-e- t bidder, In front of the Courtboune door in Stanford, Kentucky That L'ortutn tract of land situated in tho town of Crab Orchard In Idn coin county, Kentucky, and bounded on the north by tho Chaupoll's Gap iiikc; on thoeaht by the lands of W. I'.. Perkins: on tho south by Kim street on tho west by the landsof'Jnno Hucli-anii- n and containing twolvo acres moro or less The object of this sale Is to satisfy n lien debt of the plaintllT for tho sum of $.1,000, with Intercut thereon at tin rate of six per cent from January 10th 11KK until mild, Interest payable annually, ami tho further biiiii of $S.', the probable cost of this action. Said land will bo sold on a credit of six months, nnd tho purchaser will be required to oxecuto bonds for tho imr- chasn prieo, payable to mo ns Com- - In l.in-i-ol- u and now paying for. This remedy Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, arid tho otter ol a free trial bottle Is open to any mother who has not yot used It. Having used We have fruit ranches, cattle ranches, chicken ranches, hay rancher It and convinced oursclf that It Is what you want, you can obtain It In the and, in fact, anything in the ranch line, large or small, and at all kinds of your druKglst at fifty cents and onn dollar a bottle. Just as so many of prices. others are doln;. tho free sample beln simply to convince you of Its merits. It Arizona will soon become a state and is coming to the front very Is tlie best way to begin on It. Mrs. 1 All kinds of property are in great demand and getting higher of 187 W Harrison street. Chicago, rapidly. Davis nnd Mrs. Mary Helford. 1710 Coke street, Railroads are being built; gold, copper and zinc mines pro Louisville, Ky.. both started with a free every day. sample and now they write that they ducing untold wealth, and we have the finest climate in the world. never been without a bottlo In the have house since. All inquiries answered promptly. It Is undoubtedly a creat family remedy, as It Is adipted to all ages, being mild nnd pleasant to tnko and yet thoroughly effective. It Is especially the Ideal remedy for children nnd women and old folks, who ned something pure, mild and natural. It has the advantage of beOf the G. A. MARSH COMPANY, ing a thorough laxative and yet contains Use It for tho most tonic props rtles Indigestion, liver stubborn trouble, shk trails' he. sour stomach and such complaints vtlth a guarantee that It will cure Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased to give you any medl al ndvlco you may desire for yourself or family pertaining te the stomach, liver or Isowels absolutely freo of charge 1 xplaln your case In a to you letter and be will replysimply In detail. send your Fir the free sample name nnd address on a postal card or otherwise. Kor either request the doctor's ll address Is Dr W II. Caldwell, It 500 ro Robert C. Saufley, Parker, Arizona Cold-we- building, Montlcello, III mmmsmmam. (EXCURSION I H H Save$75!:T" 1 FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only $2$. The regular price is 5 too. Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us wlierc they saw it will bo able to have ono reserved at the low rate of No time limit. If not ready 25. Hooks and stationery aro included. uow, buy ono for future use. H H Hj I H A $1.50 CINCINNATI AND RETURN I CALDWELL 200,000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices. ' I Mijm John male the tea. D, llanit' unrolled ak. He colt ton bl I'JIO at my Lam al JH to ibmic Hit grl of I9W u now on until weaning lime. my latin lo thowjoi hit good breeding. He it a tute foal (eltei. llllly llrrcktiirldC Tim Cne Llk ak wai wl ly will Barn For A. T. TRAYLOR 01 SONn, ' Breeding PLEASANT HILL Fain; Slaaloid. R. D. No, 4. have 2M),0HI feet of lunik r foot of Boxind. Sheutinil suituble for tobacco barns nnd oth 120.000 purposes at reasonable nnd Frame Lumber for Burn Pat er buildiiiK Call on tne or write terns, which 1 will sell for wish or prices. and tell me what you me for prices want, trade for Corn, Hay or good Horses and I can suit you. and Mulos. Prices on this vory reaWALKER OWENS, j sonable, for I want to sell. Write Ponjjo, Ky. me at once. Respectfully, Shipping Point Ml. Vernon. C. I MAY 8th IH I SPECIAL TRAIN I 1 I H SUIVPAV Lv. Junction City AGENT 1HUXCIPAL, B 5:56 A. M. ASK TICKET rOR ARTICUU1S H BUSINESS COLLEGE. iH(juarovVsii Second and Wnlmu Streets. LOUISVILLE. KY. sm. J. biiTLt, London, Ky. .sW SHsHtlsHsssssssssssHsssslssst' t I p H i . r .v fr RAGE EIGHT THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, Life-Size ICY. HAT "3L th 1910 ? mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi Portraits 1 FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Five Rood second & 1 1 AUTOMOBILES, SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES. AGENTS FOR J ja M ' S M I f $750 Flanders 20 $1250 E. M. F. 30 Hyres $2000 Baker Electric 2000 to $4000 5tudcbaRer Garford, $4000 to us $6000. If interested, Phone you Bell 21, and we will gladly give demonstration. Danville Ice & Coal Co. Dil,c- K- - WsiwJvI , , portraits Two very handsome of the late Georgo It Saufley have been made by the Eureka Portrait Com pany, of Huntington, Wear, Virginia, ono being presented to his parents, Judge and Mrs. M. C. Saufley. and the other to Lincoln county. The latter bns been accepted by the Fiscal court and will occupy a conspicious place in tho circuit court room of tho new court house, which Mr. Saulley worked so hard to secure for tho county. Both portraits arc splendid likenesses of the young attorney who was cut down ( n tho threshold of a brilliant career and it is a fitting tribute that bo should be thus remembered, while tho presentation by the portrait company Is a token of the high regard In which they held him as their attorney tind os u life-siz- e Of George B. Sauflcy Presented sale,willU. D. Carter, StnnfortL thorn to handle horses, break rhlc and drive well, at very rcssonable To Family And To Lincoln charges Will Adams, Stanford County. We have a fow bushels of hemp seed at bargain prlco. J. II HauKhman & Co. I will hsnd buggies for pj-yvs- kr VCu5.-rT.- l Ky 20-T W. Jones shipped a car of hugs from Mnrclund I'ndiy He bought them from Lincoln county farmers nt 8Je II. C Button bought tjo heifers from J, L. Beck, of Lincoln county, to be weighed the first ten davs in September, at Ac. They will be n toplat. Crit Hlltrnn lifiitfrtir n ikiiv ntul ilF fnm tffl II. C Button sold tn W. W White n lot of heifers nnd steers nt $fi 05 w r. tvincaui.wcnt Kicnmonil Monday to buy horsM Tho 210 ncro farm belonging to tho estate of I). J. Jackson, (lecoasM, in Mercer, wns soiu to airs, nirtrv I . Ufll-leand her three sons for $f,So0. Onn nf thn rilcrfrnar a?il,ta nf hrrr mailA in this section for some time wns con tt sell at auction three secondhand buggies In front of court-homMonday, IMi. Jat. (5 Mclleo. next Two ewes enme to my plnce, owner can get same by paying for this nd and their keep. M. U. Carson, Morrlnnd, o n iiU.;gT,nr Vou will i - Nuy,'' '2. tf V. "" iLYtZvBbs rfsV'!7"f '' (hoCMOSSETl Sum Rjlmisuii Stanford, ky art I lit si sp I shoe storo. S r i;n;g is a new Just rU(Bl: MfsSb Crossett "MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY" TRADE I l Af EET her with the springy step ttmt slums your feet have the Springtime ftlad- ncss. Which means: wear the H E'R.B I Methodist Meeting. The meeting at the Methodist church is being conducted for tho conversion of sinners and for tho development ot christians. We cordially Invito all who desire to lead a better life to attend the services The world is to bo saved not through tho ministers alone, but the layman must do the greater part of the work. We wish to see the christians of this community so Tilled with the Spirit that they will beenmo "lights to tho world." Let us come together and seek tho Power that will titusfcr service in the wneyurd of our Lord. J. J. Dickey, Pastor M. E. church. The Electric Light Treatment 77i? most celebrated ruuitiini svetiueBUHy mien iko oiieiuy, nf Boyle, sold lo Jop Thompson, of lVfaehersville, 7n hogs, weighing 115 iioumis, ni nc sir anotny raiseu me bunch himself. Shoe This new Crossett style snappy model in the iliadc "Koston Gray". the shoe to go with your spring suit. Made with row high toe over our gray nar- and popular treatment of today. THE ELECTRIC LIGHT TREATMENT dreamed of before 1891. In that year Dr. wns unknown and unJ. H. Kello&J. of Battle Creek, devised the first Electric Light treatment apparatus. Two years later apparatus made after the original model wns exhibited at the World's 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 sured of a distressing ailment at Hamburg, by means of a series of these light treatments. As a result he had the apparatus installed in his Windsor and Buckingham palaces. Emperor William, of Germany, soon after followed his example, as Jid several of the other crowned heads and titled families of Europe. The Markets. Cincinnati, May 5 -- Cattle Receipts, fi72; market quiet; fair to eood hipnors ' $G 35 (n 7 60; common $2 7fn5 E0 ling -I- lecelpt 1.321; market active, 15uV h'lther; butchers and shippers. $8 6.V ft 00; common $3 25lf B0. Sheep Re ceipts 115; market stoadv. ftli6 2fs( new Highland. Farmers are busy planting corn between the cnld and rainy spells. Born, to the wife of Joe Uaugh, a girl; also, to the wife of Lon Skidmore, a boy M. G. Young, who has been laid up for some time from the etTccts of blood poison, is much improved. Mrs. Will Jenkins is some better John It Carrier, of Eubank--, has moved to the Napier place. Thomas N. Uutt is adding improvements to his residence 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. II. 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's to J. H. Butt's . store. Mr. nnd Mrs Parker Jenkins, of Lanwere here tn see his mother, caster, who has been very ill Mrs Leo Long, of Dnvill". l.amt- w- Market steady. Sprinkles-Kennedy. fwc32ft Crossett styles give you wide range of choice. $4 to $6 "Marathon" lust. Other everywhere a , Since then tut number of these light apparatus have been made and are now in use in nvt of the leading hospitals, physicians' offices and samtonumi of Europe. More recently the nrdieal professsion of this country hare become interested in this new and pott erf ul cure and physicians, hospitals and sanitariums ate installing this most efficient means of apply-i- j a remedy which is capable of rendering important service in nearly every known chrome Lscase. The effect of the treatment u highly tonic and it rapidly eliminates the cause of such icease as Rheumatism, Nervous Diseases and Digestive troubles. It has a long record of ares of Asthma, Bronchitis. Obesity, Fatty Degeneration of Heart, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Kid-ae- y tfnd Liver Disorders, affections of joints, Ghronic Headaches. Chronic Constipation, disuse of the skin and many chronic diseases of the nervous system This Electric Light treat-racan now be had in Danville of Kenneily, son of Grnve C. Kennedy, of the Kast Km!, and Miss Lula I). Sprinkles, the pretty daughter of William Sprinkles, were married nt the Preachers ville parsonugo Wednesday, the father of tho bride I'eter Faulkner W, . 135 Lewis A. Crossett, Inc., Maker NORTH AHINCTON. MU.V K..SS3S3i.&J3K W Lancaster. Arthur Joseph ami T. K. Watson, of this city, have organiipd the Independent Baseball Club of Lancaster, and expect to get their team together in a few days. The entire team will be composed of local men. with the possible exception of a pitcher and catcher. The prospects aro bright for a fine team and some games like tho good ones enjoyed here last season may be looked forward to Mark Jennintrs, a negro, who has been incarcerated for some time in fhe county jail for the killing nf another negro named (Jeorge McCowan, evaded tho watchful eye of the jailer by hiding behind ono of the doors and slipping by when it was opened. Ha wus captured later about five miles from town by Chief of Police Herron, and again landed behind the bars The county court has appointed William Simpson administrator of the Earle Simpson estate. The will nf E. H. Walker was probated He left his property to his wifo and named her aa executrix" The will of A M Broaddus was probated. J. W. Hill and It. A Broaddus were appointed administra tors. He left half of his property to his wife, and divided the other half equally among his seven children The Lancaster graded school district must elect two trustees at the regular election May 7. A difference of opinion in certain business matters led to the resignation of It. H. Batson. w w w FOR MILLS BUILDING. FREDERICK DEHAVEN.M. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. TELEPHONE 496 D. w ill ts Screen Wire, Flower Vases nnd Jardinieres, call on me before jro liny. m w MH Sc9prP Vf? aVaVaflNiit- mtMaY-- -', ' ML VRltJtTKKKKKKKKKKKtjflKffaHataKaKaKaK iB;J;Bj'iB79l 'ST "vfttfjiX WaVaVaP'aVaVai aWttttTtttTaWWtttTaWtWttff ".iMK "32j I vjtaVfl E Young, at liar since December, Charlie Hall, of Sunsluy2e;'Ui his cousin, MN Minnie Young. 'Mr. Joe Rom spent Sunday with 1iis son near Danville her brother. Kev E Ian, attending school ha returned home. Science Hill, spent ia viiting relatives here Miss Eva Young spent several days with her aunt, Mr Luddy, at Nicholosville Miss Serena Young, who has been with L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. If you have anything in the to rell STOCK tnLnnLcLnLnnLnnV tV. ake - III to aVaTaTaTaWV'rVfgL aTw"V.?f Nunnclley's New Stock Yards He tiuyfiuul sel a every day in tbo year excejit Sunday. UriiiR on your stock. licet market iu the Ktatc with plcntyof eeil anil water let covcnxl peu, oiitiidi of Louisville or Lexington. STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitcli and feed hiutnen. r-- wZj attttttttttttK wzi. THE WARFIEU). tl. Tr. t:tt. tfroperty of K, M. Owns! Hon. McKlnmy 'Of. Dark hay atulllon. lfl hand, foaled Atg. 1, ie.il. bred tit Vlliiixe (iirin, Knst atrsru N. Y. Hired tiy Dure Devil S.UM. .ttrts ttiow winnings, he won aeveu National Horse Hhow, first dam ftujbtvtilrl try Ilex Amerlciu 931IU, four X I1J. old, tlrw juat ttireorecord record S.1S?. ot American years. kilt., and mothers Hot, n in of OriKHrU Mil record . i1X Onward HIIer2tV4and rrSothera In 'JJJriJUt. Onanl aa aired by Uro. Wllka 1Ul H Dam Uucrina aired by MambrlTO Ijtdr II js; ItTS, aire of Hi Including by of tb Nutvtood 1iaJlHH. thlrtl dam Dollet (lit, fourth SJO tlreoflxo In 4(w tiro of tt In d.ai Topaaliy Htratbinnre Wlllard by Albion, itaast. Kllth damKdwln Koreat. mtentli J4 attiXHtin Ned by Aidr Turner liy Mnmbrlto Clilel 11. The aj4rldUnn extra litcti data liore, not xlrsAI of nn thing, u high nctorund aa ell UroUst aanuy horse In mid out of theatable, IT . rjrtl Sired by Dignity Dare 1962, he by Chester Dare 10. he by Black Squirrel 58. he by King William 97, 1st dam Toiaway 4766. alto rrsutered in Vol. 10. A. T. H. R. She by he by Almont (ii); Abdallah Mambrino 2nd dam Lady Daru by Cril Dam, by Hour, bon Chief; 3rd dam Millie S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, by Imported Clenco; 4th Jam Bet-ti- e 3XGANIZED IN 1882. C , by Cunningham's Copperbottom) 3lh dam CAPITAL STOCK, $50 000. ' by Imported Buzzard. SURPLUS EARNED. $20,000. NOTE. Almont Dare, so far as we are able HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS. $2 1 6,500 to discover it the Erst horse on record haring lo the owa Gmbincs Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety hit creditthose honor of defeating wjh hit Since of hit sue. Dignity Darr. progeny Boxes lor Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. he first became a sire he hat had from I to 4 premium cokt shown each year at the different OFFICER!. DIRECTORS. county faui and they are developing into a fine lot of walk, trot and 5 gailed ones. This horte F Reid, j H. liaughman, 3. S. Mocker, President., it the result of a lifelong mating with the best M D Elmore. J M Pettus, dams and sues obtainable, and as a natural result . S, T. Harris, II, C. Liaughman, J K Cummlos, it fine horse, beautiful bay, about 16 hands, J, Mcltouerti, Cashier, John and mad fat. would weizh around 1200 pounds. S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, A show horte among champions, fully their II. C. Baughman. Assl. Casb'r K. O Walton, , S Hocker peers, going 6 distinct saddle gaits all fast, true W.W.Saunders, Bookkeeper. W II. Murphy and naturally extremely high A high tailtd one. He It a full brother to that walk. trot geld-in- s Nettlrtoa that told at a 4 year old for S3.- 600, and to Troiy Dare that hat won more 3H FAHMKK: Make your home us modern for your family us u city than any mare ever tired by Dignity ami place yourself in a iioeitioii to get the latest market quotations Ercmmmi a list of otlstri too numerous to mentime. This cau be uccotnplialied bv means of our telephone itervico. tion. This horse, owiag to age and location, miles will make the season at our stable, 2 nYnH you uutl your neighbors can get for it sum that is small compared, with from Hustonville ti Hustonville and Liberty p'ke, benefits received. Call or address, our uearest ollire or write direct to at SIS lo insure a live colt. Mares traded or )iid(UMrter, Nashville, Tenu., for information regarding our special MFnr- -' hied elsewhere lenders season due. Craw in at Line" rate. If you are not at preeeut cujoyiug telepliono service, we abundance all 52 per month. Out personal at. tention to tu wil not be responsible m immediately intercut you. Our liuc cover the SuWs of Kentucky, for accident;, sloes. Correspondence and best of all Tejiiwwee, Mississippi, Louisiana aud the Southern portion of Indiana aud inspection utiled. n E. S. POWELL 6c SON. aiiao'ju EAST TKN'lf E6SEK TEL. A TEL. CO. Hustonville, Ky (INCOKrOKATROt ilaya handling. S.. The Wartleld la n truly made horoe. of grand Indltlduallty and bred In lines that entitle It tin totwoonie a tire of note teeing that helm ton of the great nice hone and fninoux Progenitor Dare Dot II MM. the tatter eurned the title of tU".Monnroh of the home utretch." while on the turf, and nfter retirement to the ttud acquired Imperishable renown at a aire. Not onlv hate the Dure Devlla proved great race horses but the family hut furnished many noted show ring winnert at well at Dare Devil and Mabrlno King toth being champion abow ttalllont of National fume recelt ed more money In the show ring tbnn aoy two stallion In the world. Will make the present nn.onatonr farm one mile from SIcKlnuej , Ky at 115 to lit lug colt. Will also stand good black Jack Brigand Young tired by llrlgnolleri he runt back to HrlgnoUer on both aides. Ills colli told for more money than any Jackt In Htanford. lie It IftV, hands: tt anils well on hit feet; a sure foal getter Heta perfect Inetery way. H. M.OWKNHAH0N, i to Insure. M'Klnney.Ky. In 1 hat n good cont and carries nice head and tall tills It a ur trotter, heatenprd a tulle Whtn Your Horse Is Harnessed in a set procured here, you'll hardly knpw him for the same animal, He J. P. CHANDLER," W. L MTAKXY.l'r.- -. E. C. WALTON, MW L. R. HUG HE.S. AT Auctioneer will seem to know that at last he has a harness on that fits and looks I will conduct any kind of wales In os it should. Suppose you get a set Lincoln and surrounding counties. If now. Your horse needs one anyway you want jood prices for your land me. Stanford, It. D.No 1 so why not get him a good one. It or stock, seo Stanford, KentucKy. will not cost any more. M. II. JOHNSON. Auctioneer. J. C. McCLARY, Stanford, Ky. Farm and Town Pri'ortv Ilatidled on Communion. Sfocku andBonda I will eonduct sales iu this and Slid. It jnti Have I'roierty to Sell or Kent Notify U. counties. Satisfaction guar-ntccWrite for Circular to Stanford, It.D.No 1. : : PROFESSIONAL AND ssimmmMtmiMtm IUSINESS cards. : Stanford Real Estate Co., S sur-jundl- Almont Dare 3226. f A. S. H. R. A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, Burgin, Kentucky. I am h griidunteof Jonea'.S'nllounlHrhool ot Auctloneert, l'hlenno,niil lime hod experience In the bit; eisttle aalea nt tlm Union stock Ynrdt. Chicago, wliurew told tome ttiorouRlinrrilt us uIku iu 1A0. Alto In liorto aalea wneruHianle were mrulx eauli dny. AuctlonecrlnK la b aulviioe und I lme ttudlnd It with this idea. Hw or phone Hie before you Arrange fur your tnle. 1 oiiii make unlet to your udvnntuge I'llONKrait L. R. HUGHES, Secretary; Stanford'Ky. Inturts Tobacco andj Tobaco larnv. Nothing But Insurance. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD. KENTUCKY J), I. C. McClary, Jesse D. Wearen, Spring & Summer Stock llave'jrour measure taken liyn tnllorof experience. Thau your clothes, whdliera low price uutliit'ts ault or tha flnett ertnluu ofothut.wtll have that Indlvldualltr and lit which plainly indicate they were mule to roar mrwture. 1 will alto take your uwaa. are (or extra trousers, fanoy rests, ton coatt' and overcoats. Hprlncand Humine. saiupleaon hand ready lor your Ma paction II.O, KUI'LEY. The Tailor. Htanlord, Ky. Th Ituunncc Man, STANFORD, KY. Ikfotit Insure with mo and be fully protected. Realdenee Thonv M; Office, M. O. CARTER. S. New Liver Depot Street, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Jndertaker and Embalmer. STANFORD, - KY m RURAL TELEPHONES. When Hungry (IOTO Phone OO. Panne, IW, Horn. fhon.M. 'l'uw, Muy Uarton'a MealtteriHlatallhoura If eiii'iil. I Hill stniiil my thurouuhhreU I'nltel OooklnK to ault our cuttomertour tieclutly. Augut bullut my pluee on Ham.riet lke Kplemlld new line of fancy u l&. Money Uuewhea cow known to b Uroccrle ItotUofToe, Handwlchet, pies, ltuttvr milk, with call or parte from and aweet milk, etc at nil times, O. W. LOVBM., Htuuford, K up to II in r. u, n for u good 'iuluk Uutt pluce Iu Itettaurant I.nncuster, Htreet, Polled Angus Bull ! Amusement and Enter-tainmEvery Eveniig. en The liil.tt uml lie run of moving picture tolka, at the Theatorlum l'leuiea tti. Krowli every dellithtt Ilia tlillilrmi. A now picture iilulil. Only aiulltV Htmi'oril Ky KMIuOmtKHHUmi I'ltor K. A. CARSON, Prop. Htanfonl Ky tmmedUey. Those hi vlu olrtliiit axalnst thwettate ot Mrs. llll' It, co. UeceaaeJ, will present theut firoperlv tt r iven to tun at one. Tliow ow u. art) notllleU to sjettl. with lua AduiluUtrator Mr. BU Kto. NOTICE! koT. I'Ktiirr, . ..-- . -- i.. -- .4',