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I a IOLMcCREARY THE MAN TO REDEEM THE PARTY i Says Millionaire Mayo Who Be lieves He Is Only Man Who Can Defeat ORear John C C Mayo tho man who owns more of E istern Kentucky than any ono man and who has always been a leader of democracy in his part of tho state announces that ho believes that Jumea U McCreary Is tho man to lead tho democratic party to victory in tho next stain campaign Ho says that ho be lievls McCreary Is tho only man who can unite tho party and defeat OKonr A dispatch from Lexington to tho Cin cinnati Enquirer had this about Mayo and what ho sold I John C C Mayo of Polntsville the millionaire coal timber and land baron of Eastern Kentucky and a pioneer In tho development work now in progress in that section of Kentucky stopped oil here to havo a business talk with Johnson N Camden and while in the cit talked Interestingly concerning tho forthcoming gubernatorial raco in this p 4i atato Mr Mayo Is a democrat of etron convictions tie wee a delegate from the state at largo to tho Denver convention and ho has been frequently importuned to make tho race for Con gress from the Tenth district in which he fa a recognized party leader Ir Lately ho has been mentioned as a possible candidate for the office of gov ornor but his butlness Interests are to Urge and require too much of hU time and attention to permit of his making n race or accepting nomination for any Dine He Is not a candidate and will not U a candidate but ho is strong for James 0 MeCrcary who is now at tale homo In Richmond answering voluminous cor respondence concerning his political fu ture and who will shortly make an nouncement of his candidacy for tho democratic nomination for governor I want to see the democrats redeem Kentucky and I am confident that they will do it If James U McCreary is their etandard bearer as 1 expect he will be afthe noxt general election for State offices said Mr Mayo McCreary is the only man In the state who can unite tho party and defeat ORear who 1feel certain will be the republican nominee In saying this I believe I re fleet tho opinIon of a large majority of the people of Kentucky Irrespective of party affiliations I am intimately acquainted with the wishes of the democrats In Eastern Kentucky and theyI are for McCreary I never hear one eke mentioned as having a pqBllbloI r chance against ORear McCreary can harmonize all factions in tbat section and he will bring back ti the party many men who left the democratic ranks because of tho gold and silver Issue and who have since ben voting with the republicans or independently We want a business ad- ministratIon in this state and McCrea i ry is the man who can give It to us He demonstrated that when he filled tho office before and ho has since shown his ability in that direction by the suc management of his own private affairsYes sir I am strong for McCreary and as you folks here in the bluograsi country say when you have an especial favorite in a horso race I am sure that i J am backing a winner Rockcastle Case r The case of Hello Lawrence against the Commonwealth from Rockcastle was reversed by the Court of Appeals this week with directions to give per 4 emptory instructions to find the defend ant not guilty of a misdemeanor in go ing pn a public highway afflicted with smallpox Saves An Iowa Mans Life The very grave seemed to be fore Robert Madson of West Jurllnlt ton Iowa when after seven weeks In the hospital four of the best physicians gave him up Then was shown the marvelous curative power of Electric Bitters For after eight monthsof frightful suffering from liver trouble and yellow jaundice getting no help fro other remedies or doctors five bottles of this matchless medicine completely cured himIts positively guaranteed for Stomach Liver or Kldneg trouble- and never disappoints Only 60c at G L Pennys Drug Store a Is It Being Sold Thirteen gallons of whisky arrived by express for various parties in Stanford Wednesday Most of it was con signed to negroes but some came to white consignees and the city doesnt Picked The Winner t- IA good sized delegation from Lincol I county attended tho Derby in Louisville Tuesday which was by Gcrsts third Morris sec ond andrFihhting Hob Nearly the local bunch had the winner righ whoIJ F Cummins Hunting His Horse III B Howard Hears That lie Was Sold In Mercer By Dr GoseI H B Howard of Crab Orchard was here on Saturday looking for his gray buggy horse which ho hired several days ago to Dr T F Casa the voter Inarian who spent several days In Dan ville about two weeks ago Dr Gosa can not be located by Mr Howard He is an old resident of Crab Orchard anYIt is said that his family loft last week for Nebraska The case was placed in Logabn IhIm to believe that tho horse was sold In Harrodsburg last Monday to u Wil moro party for 60 It is worth 100 Mr Howard was much exercised over the mysterious case Danville Advo cateMr Howard consulted with Sheriff McCarty here about the matter an apprehenI can Big Fire In Garrard Bradshaws Big Grain Elevator Burns With 12000 Loss Fire Tuesday destroyed tho grain el evator of Leslie Bradshaw1 in Garrard county Three thousand bushels ofI wheat and SOO barrels of corn were con sumed The origin of the fire is un known Tho loss will aggregate 12 000 and Insurance 300IBroke His Hipl When He Slipped And Fell And John Wilson Died From IInIjuries John Wilson a well known resident the county in the section near Crab Orchard died last week as the result of an accident While hauling some heavy poles he sUpped and fell breaking his hip As ho was 67 years of ago theI injury proved too serious a shock and he did not survive long afterward He made his home with his son In the low or part of the county and had many friends ThorntonMontgomery i i Friends here have received news of the marriage of George Montgomery to Miss Hazel Thornton in St Louis Mr Montgomery is an old Casey county boy a son of Eld J Q Montgomery and brother of popular Chas F Montgomery He hag a splendid position with the American Creosoting Company at Hugo Okla His many warm friends in Kentucky will wish the oung couple all the happiness in the world Not Sorry For Blunder- If my friends hadnt blundered In thinking I was aldoomed victim of con gumption I might not bo alive now writes D T andera of Harrodsburg Ky but for years they paw that ev cry attempt to cure a Iung racking cough fail At last I tried Dr Kings New Discovery The effect was wonderful It soon stopped the cough and I fern now in thau I have had for years This wonderful life is an unrivaled remedy for coughs colds la grippe asthma croup hemor lungs6Oc teed by G L Penny Will Write a Book The Montgomery Ala Journal says Several of the Louisville Nashville employes In Montgomery nre inventors and authors Will G McKinney of tho amas saves and articles and they are almost ready for the press Stanswas King of RatRow they would ba rich Lancaster Beaten Again Tho Lancaster High School team and a nine from Nicholasville crossed bats at Lancaster and the home players were completely worsted by the visitin- gteathe score tandi 1 In fav COULD NOT FIND 1HIS BROTHERS BODY Walter W Warren Will Sue San ForujWalter W Warren returned from wood Texas this week where ho went to search for the remains a his brother A T Warren who was blown up by the premature discharge of dynamite during construction work on the Santa Fa railroad near there a few weeks ago Not a trace of Mr Warren has ever been discovered and his brother was unable to recover any portion of his remains At the time of the explosion MrI Warren was sitting astride a mule su porintending the construction work After the explosion which came sari denly and unexpectedly the carcass of the mule torn utmost to shreds and about half of the saddle were found porIfound A huge mass of rock was torn up and piled up by the force of the ex plosion and some think that the body may be entombed In this Mr Warren talked with many of tho workmen who were In the construction crew under his brother and ascertain cd he says that orders which he had given as superintendent had been disobeyed In the handling of tho dynamite He consulted a lawyer while there and suit will be instituted at once against- the railroad company for 10000 dama ges for the death of his brother which it will be alleged was cansed by negli genre on the part of tho railroad com pany and through no fault of his own Waynesburg Odd Fellows Attend Session of Stanford Lodge On Wednesday Night One of the nicest affairs in Odd Fel lows circles In a long while was tho visit here Wednesday night of several of the officers and most prominent members of tho newly established lodge Waynesburg No 301 The mem of No 150 here gave their visiting brothers a hearty weclome entertain og them at supper at Carsons restaurant where they lead tho best the market afford In the evening the visitors attended the regular session of 156 in its hall and were made to fool that it was good to have been here The members of the Waynesburg lodge are a splendid body of men and number some of tho most substantial citiz ns in the Southern part of the county Among those who were guests here were N G A L Foster P G EIJordan Secretary Stanley McIntosh ReynoldsRdricks Hays H L Dumas Clinton Singleton Dr J W Acton and A L WilderHoofed It To Shelbyville John Owsley Reid and Hays Foster started through to Louisville in the for SaturdayAUbetween Lawrenceburg and Shel byville The machine gave down on thorn between the two towns and they were compelled to foot it into Shelby vlllc where they telephoned to Louts ville for a repair man to come after the car and finished their trip by rail MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA Skin Sufferers Drop Greasy Salves And Nasty Medicines That mild soothing liquid D D U Prescription stops the awful itch with tho first drops A prescription of ac knowledgedvalue Get a trial bottle at 25c It will take away tho itch right away and you will sleep soondly We assure you personally of the merits of this remedy for we KNOW Shugars Tanner Base Ball Saturday The Stanford ball team went to Hus tonville Thursday afternoon to cross bats with the team there just as the I J was going to press for this Issuo Harrodsburghllthgame and OBS of the best of tho sea son is expected All loyal fans are expected to be out for Harrodsburg is making a hard bid for tho amateur championship of tho state and would like to wrest it from Stanford Money In Chickens Tho increasing money which is made out of the poultry Industry in Kentucky was Illustrated herq Monday when Henry Brown the produce man of Harrodsburg said that during the month of April his firm had bought over 20000 worth of eggs An enormous amount of poultry and eggs is being purchased every month by the produce men Stanford 14 becoming one of Very markets in the State for small farm produe ATTEMPTS TO END HER LIFE Casey County Woman Goes Head First Into Rain BarrelGraded School Election Quiet MIDDLE URO MAY 12 Mrs Richard McDamel who hast been in very feeble health for two or more years made an attempt to end her life Monday afternoon by jumping head first into a rain barrel Herdaugh ter discovered her in time to save her life This is the third attempt she has made to destroy her own life Mrs Lucy Black who was before the magistrate last Wednesday charged withassaulting her husband waived an examination of the charge and gave bond for her appearance at circuit court with her brother W D Elmore as bondsman There was quite an are ray of witnesses in the cue but only a few of them were of importance From the headlines of our last letter one might get tho impression that some of our ladies were of the two fieted Amazonian typo There are several husbands here perhaps who need an occasional flogging at tho hands of their better halves but our women are long suffering and too modest to do so even though their husbands are constantly disobedientThe School will give un en tertainment on the evening of May 1 0 that promises to eclipse anything of the kind ever given here The program is quite lengthy and is made of reci tations drills and every tiring that goes to make up a first class entertainment The proceeds of the entertainment are to be used for the benefit of the graded school library Everybody invited to corhe and have a good time Contrary to tho expectation of every one the school election was a quiet one The graded school people won in the election by safe majorities Those who opposed the school did not make theifight that was expected In fact who have heretofore taken an active part against the school seemed to take little interest in the election of Satur day JudgefjLIncoln Wells and Q C Godby were last week negotiating with Joe Elliott for tho right of way for a bridge across tho river between here and Yosemite The right of way will be paid for by private subscription and Q R Jones is circulating a paper for that purpose Rev James Valentine a ministerial student of Georgetown College and an Australian by birth preached at the Baptist church here Sunday morning C andevening Ho appears to be a good man and will return and preach on the second Sunday in June Mr and Mrs F L Jones started Sunday morning to New Castle Ind to see Mrs Spurlin Sharp who is quite sick with but hope of recovery How to Cure Eczema Pimples And Dandtuff We desire to say that when we took the agency for Zemo we were convlnc ed that it was a valuable remedy for eczema pimples and dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations ail a treatment for skin diseases We are pleas ed to state that we shall continue the agency as Zemo has given splendid toe suits wherever recommended Our customers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for external use Zemo effects its cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ lifo that causes the diseaseI leaving the skin clear and does not soil the clothing or linen and can be used freely on infants With every purchase we give a book let on skin diseases explaining in simple words how any person can be cured at home of any form of skin or scalp dis eases by this clean scientific remedy G L Penny Druggist Came Here to Get Auto Fixed Stanford is conceded to bo the best cattle tobacco wheat and corn and horso market in this part of the State and now it is fame in motor circles Guy Hundley of Danvilleadrove over in his big GeorgeHarriswhich ware not In good working order He said that he considered Mr Harris anyoneinpressly to have him put the machine in twerepopularhere The Markets Cincinnati May 12CattleReceipts 788 market steady to good shipIpens 0757 75 common 2 Hogs Receipts 2090 market active 156L Agricultural Books IMore JOURNAL has just re reII ThesebooksInformation and statistics of every county in the state They are free for the asking at the office of the I J First come first served Want Another Bridge Residents On Hanging Fork Tak Up Matter With The County Prominent residents of the northwes tern portion of the county near the Boyle line are very anxious to have bridge built over Hanging Fork abou half way between the bridge on the Stanford and Danville pike and that on the Danville and Lancaster pike Al exander Brown John Goggin K Dun igau James Hackley J A Robinson and others have taken the matter up with Judge Bailey and the fiscal court and hope to secure the bridge They contributetowardits share of the expense High water manytromthe year and has proven a greet nuis ance The place where the bridge is desired is about eight miles below the Danville pike covered bridge and at the junction of two roads and said to be an ideal placeiTo Fly In Kentucky MenBirds Will Hold Big Aviation Meet In Louisville The people of Kentucky at last are to have an opportunity to see an aero plane in flight with real birdmen soar ng high In the air and executing difficult and interesting evolutions with no other sustaining power than the planes and motors The Louisville Times has announced that a great aviation meet is to be heldI in Louisville Juno 1819 at Churchill Downs under the auspices of that pa per at which some of the worlds most noted aviators will be seen with their wonderful aircraft Most prominent among these will be Glenn H Curtis whose daring achievements both here and abroad have stamped him as a peerless bird man Such others as Charles F Willard Charles K Hamil ton Horace F Wild Bud Mars and K Bates will also be in the contests for the supremacy of the air It is expected that low rates will be secured on all railroads leading Louisville for these two days and It isI expected that teeord breaking crowds to the historiee race course where heretofore the Kentucky thor oughbred has held full sway Epidemic Of Mumps Has Struck Stanford And Is Not Confined to Children epidemic are suffering from this annoyance and there are one or two grownups who have not proven immune Miss Mar garet Hopper teacher of the Seventh tohermencement time approaches tepidly considerable effort was made find a substitute teacher for her grade Mrs experiencedfinally Gatewood Beazley and Jean Paxton Elizabeth Higgins and Tom Bright are among the many victims of the mal ady Hyomei certainly saved my life and I accord it the credit which it deserves and merltsMrs Ada Hopkins of Coldwater Mich Hyomei is guaran teed by G L Penny to cure catarrh coughs colds croup or sore throat SI for complete outfit Mrs Bells Condition I paysthatit is hoped that it will not be long until ofMrging for speedy recovery The time of burial of Judge Bells romaine hero has often been asked us but as yet we are unable to say with any de gree of certainty If it is decided that Judge Bells remains be brought home before Mrs Bell comes it will only be after obtaining her consent which has been secured The doctor advises she stay in Seattle for earns times the trip and sad experience would to injure her in her weakened state Will Promote Beauty Women desiring beauty get wonder help from Bucklena Arnica Salop banishes pimples skin eruptions ill sores and makes tho soft lId velvety It glorifies the face r ARCHITECT MILBURN INSPECTS COURTHOUSE And As A Result No Jury Trials Will Be Had At May Term ToMakeWrittenlReport Architect Frank Milburn who designed the new Lincoln county court house made a careful inspection of the building Saturday and as a result he i pronounced It in no condition yet for the holding of circuit court Upon this decidedeno he at this coming term of court and nothing but the equity docket will be heard This Is the second postponement of court on account of the incompletion of the nottthe building which Contractor Krueger is almost ready to turn over to the coun ty He said that he would make his report In writing to the fiscal court Speaking unofficially however Mr Milburn said that the court house was of splendid strong construction The finish however he does not think cor responds to the architectural beauty of the building being slightly rough and for this reason he recommended that no form of acceptance of tho work be made by the court until the contractor had completed his contract Notice of the abridgement of the May term of court and dismissal of the grand and petit juries was issued as followsOwing to the incomplete condition of the court house and the fact that no suitable place for the trial of jury cases can be had at the next May term of the Lincoln circuit court the members of the bar and the judge of the Lincoln nojurycourt The judge of the Lincoln cir cuit court concurs in their opinion and now he and the judge of the Lincoln county court hereby give notice to tho public that at the next May term of the Lincoln circuit court no jury trials will be had of any criminal or common law cases The grand and petit jurors drawn for that term are hereby excused from attendance Mfft SAUFLEV Judge Lincoln Circuit Court JAS P BAILEY Judge Lincoln Coun ty Court Glancing Shot Hit Danville Negro In Head And He Will Not Die George Helm the Danville negro who was shot in the pistol duel between Will Lee and Jeff Bryant two Stanford negroes here last Monday will recover according to advices which hivea 1- beenreceivedfrom there Helm was the innocent bystander who always gets hurtwhen the altercation bee gan between Lee and Bryant both of w whom are wellknown characters Both had been drinking for it is said that t booze could be bad for the asking here court day a number of agents of whis ky sellers giving away samples to those who desired it as advertisement of their goods Helm was sitting outside the house in which Lee and Bryant began their fra cas Lee used a double barrelled der ringer and Bryant an improved Smith Wesson Special Neithers aim was good enough on account of their condi tion to hit each other A bullet from one of the guns however struck tho side of tho house and glancing off struck Helm A physician at Danville whence be was immediately taken has located the ball In the skull and It is be lieved ho will recover though he may never have the use of all his faculties again Bryant and Lee are being held to await examining trial r IC E Union The Kentucky Christian Endeavor Union will hold its 20th annual convene tion in Louisville on Friday Saturday and Sunday May 1315 1910 and from the advance reports now obtainable it appears that the present campaign for 110 new societies within a year or an average of one now society to every county in the state will bo more than successful the present rate of increase In Kentucky than at any previous period in the history of the state union Shall Women Vote If they did millions would vote Dr remedyfor J yetipationpetite toning up system they are unequaled Easy cafe sure 26crat Drug Store ry ColT q 1910ii JOURNALit lIVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At 1 Per Year In Advanced HELTON SAUFLEY Publliher t f Entered at the Post Office at Stanford I Kyi as Second Class mall ITuT whipped the insurgents Into line and they passed his railroad bill An amendment to the measure places telephone and telegraph companies un der the Interstate Commerce Commis sion The same companies ought to be controlled by the railroad or some other commission in Kentucky but they nev er will be as long as the companies can hire state officials with lots of influence to watch their interests before the Legislature SOME mighty fleet horses have raced r at Churchill Downs but none have ever raced as fast as will the aeroplanes I which will fly there shortly in the com ing aviator meet The Louisville Times is promoting this big affair which in alwaysIi1and thousands will journey to Louis i to enjoy thiajlatest stroke of en J f terpriae of the biggest and best news I tpaper in the South fFRIENDS are urging Hon Woodson of Somerset for the democratic for clerk of the Court of iftnomination time Mr May is a clean IhlghprinciPled gentleman of the type I that makes officials who have the best t interests of the state at heart As he ilbails from our good neighbor of Pulas democrats willcounty un f himJIWE o i the Meade County Messenger really j1 believes that everything he says in his defense of Hen Johnson as the lideal candidate for the democratic nom i for governor is true If he Idoes hes the worst fooled man on pol in the State today j MAYOR GAYNOR of New York i Fproving himself a bigger man than th i believed him when Tammany JIelecteel him Ho has just closed a the New York which was featuring f I plays of immoral suggestion i WONDER if our friend Dunlap is ear ry now for some talking that he did one time i 100 Reward 100 nit reader of this paper will be pkaitd to- Were that Y at least O dleae that erlen taa been able to cure man lu stages and that Catarrh Your Catarrh Cure to the only posltl run one known to tile medical fraternity being a constitutional dlmue require a contuti tlonal treatment HaUi Catarrh Cure h taken In trrnallr acting directly upon the blood and murot surfaces of the tjtttm thereby dntroylnx t0c foundation of the disrate and living the patten strength by building up the constitution and aulit Ins nature In dome In work The proprietor tarao much faith In Ira euratlr powers that they lOne Hundred Dollar for any rue that It tall Send tot list of tntlmonlals Addre a F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O Hold by all Dnuclit TSc Tate thug family mi tor constipation ConstipationCure Free constipae of relief such as hot or cold water on yourbreakfastwhen these fail The majority then start on salts and cathnrf stages you know they were alt useless 10 far as permanent results AltBlnbutputpose isIrtoaultebowelmuscleswork normally so that in the end you kindsThat sowillthereIsyourname ItIronedollartinue to use It for a brief time until cured The directions are simple nnd the tlstedoesand these statements are guaranteed or refundedThis quarter of a cen bymororemedy on the American market Because pllasanttastechildren women and old folks generally pleasedto tothefree of charge Explain your case In a detaiLForname and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctorsy tdd ColdIILl11t6000a1d A W CURD AUCTIONEER t Burgin KentucKy I am a graduate of Jones National Bchoo r ot Auctioneers Chicago and have had ex perlenco In tho big cattle sales nt the UnIon t mock Yards Chicago where we sold some thoroughbreds as as flflC Alto In horse sates where Sta sales were made each day Auctioneering is a science and I have studied it with thlsldeB Hee or phone mo before you arrange for your ea e iimkoialei to yourad vantage PHOtfE- MHHarry 1 i Jacobs Dealer in and Manufacturer off Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and Pets Cemetery and lawn Vases and e and works Mc KlnneyKy vr I tJt1Jv ITS ALWAYS BAD The Best of Backs Are Bad When They Ache And Stanford Peo ple Know It A bad back is always Bad at night when badIJust as bad in the Ever try Doans Kidney Pills for it Know they cure backachecure every kidney ill If you dont some Stanford people do Read a case of it Simeon Raines carpenter E Main Street Stanford Ky says Some years ago I used Doans Kidney Pills with good results In 1900 I met with an accident which brought on a recur rence of kidney complaint I recovered so that I could work but my back remained very weak When doing any thing that required stooping my back became very lame and painful Re membering what Doans Kidney Pills bad done for me previously I procured a box at Shugars Tanners drug store and they gave me great relief Doans Kidney Pills have my highest endorse ment For sale by all dealers Price 50 eta FoaterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other Groom 78 Bride 21 Sampson Eatep aged 78 years and Miss Mollie Smith aged 21 were married at London Tuesday This was the fifth marriage of the groom Prohibition Convention Reso lutions KentuckyIn Godforhibition reform and believing that nei parties the liquor traffic declare our allegiance to the national prohibition party fully endorsing its platform adopted in We call upon each Congressional dis trict in Kentucky to nominate o candi date for Congress and pledge these candidates if elected to stand for 1st The submission by Congress to the the several states of an amendment prohibitingIportation and transportation of alco purposes2J of the liquor traffic in the District of Col nmbia in the Territories and in all places over which the National government has jurisdiction the repeal of the internal revenue tax on alcoholic liq uors and the prohibition of the inter state traffic therein We further declare for a ballot based onBelievingthese principles and in their final trl umph we invite all rightminded per sons who are weary of the dilatory tactics of our legislative bodies to join with us in the of Congressmtyi thesetprotect our their votes which they are by their election commissioned to cast for us against the beverage liquor traffic and against all delay measures in the inter est of the traffic 221t BigJim J N Gash and Nevin Carter will stand the gOOdmule jack 15 hands high with goodweight and bone Sired by Caldwell Old Giant one of the largest jcL Kentucky affords and uout Junhastained on colts till season money which it 8 to insure a living ii paid Due care to prevent accidents bu not retponiible should any occur Will stand at Nevin Carters place J NCASH and NEVIN CARTER Turnemrille Ky Put the Cook in a Good Humor by providing her with a sack of Bnughmans Fancy Patent No 1 flour Then she will have a chance to show for fair what a fine baker she is With such fine flour as Baughmana Fancy Patent No 1 she knows she cannot make any ruse for poor baking Order a sac today and see what lovely bread biscuits cake and pastry will be the result Je H Baughman Co TO THE FARMERS 1 will continue to handle FertilIzers In the Jumbo and MoKlnney sections und ask my old patrons to remember mo I also ask the patronage ol many new customers D C NIPPLE London Ky Spring Summer Stock Uavetyour measure taken by a tailor of ox perience Then yoarelothes whether low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to your raeniure I will also take your meas are for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Spring and Bumtnei samples on band ready for your inspection no ItUPL1CYTbe Tailor- Stanford JL Ky IA A Double Your Profits by Using an INDIANA SILO Ask any man who uses one 54 per cent of the food value of com contained In the shucks cob leaves and stalk 40 per cent in the grain therefore com hand in the field loses 51 per 5 per cent total food value SILO is 95 per cent Why continue to waste poor stock When the reach of all and fully guar nine acres of corn and Also agent for the most ments Cutters Practical and loader R E GAINES AGENT i fThnts at real here not a picture book tttlta L Wa t HIGG1NSI The direct nomination bill was defeated in the New York Assembly by a vote of 77 ayes to 87 nays Nurse Says know what Is good for young and old people Mrs Clara yksfra a trained nurse of South Bellingham Wash and will say that I consider Cardui the best medicine for girls and women It makes them feel like new persons re lieves their pain and reg ulates womanly troubles Both my and 1 received great benefit E51 Take CARDUI The Womans As a medicine for fe male trouble no medi cine can get has the old established reputation that Cardui has Fifty C50 years of suc cess prove that it has stood the greatest of all teststhe test of TIME As a tonic for weak women Cardui is the best be cause it is a womans tonic Pure gentle safe re liable Try Cardui Almont Dare 3228 A S H R Sited Dare 1982 he by Cheater KingWilliamrendered in Vol 10 A T H R She b 33j2ndbon Chief 3rd dam S by Foreign Light by Foreignerby Imported Glenco 4th dam Bet tie C by Cunningham 5th data by Imported Buzzard NOTEAlmont Dare o far at we are able to discover it the lint hone on record haying to his credit the honor of defeating with own progeny thou of his tire Dignity Dare Since 4kCounty fairs and they are developing into a fine lot of walk trot and gaitedones This horse llheresult of a mating with the beat dams and sires obtainable and ai a natural result ii a fine horse beautiful bay about 16 hands poundsApeers going 6 distinct its all fast true and naturally extremely high A high tailed gelding600 and to Troxy Dare that hat won more DiinilYDaretion This horse owing to age and location will make the season at our stable 2 12 miles from Hiutonville on Hiutonville and Liberty pike at 15 to insure a live colt Mares traded or bred elsewhere renders season due Grass in abundance at 2 month Our personal at Icntion to allstock but will not be responsible aliiiDlPtdion L Jtf oL tLc led by cutting and shocking cent by putting in the saved by feeding through the half of your feed and have INDIANA SILO is within the anteed 185 SILO holds feeds 28 cattle six months uptodate ensilage and equip conveyor and corn elevator T So Light You Can Lift if Yet So Strong you Cannot Break it our made just look at our buggies if you want to see car riages built in the Lest possible materials and in the best possible way and sold at the lowest possible price Remember you look carriages Ilsaasa Ha I daughter Tonic Marie Copperbouom carriages Bring Your Produce To Us SOIIIIpay l mr et price lor all Linda of country produce Brifla ui your Mu- llMO BAST1N fit CO- Stanford Ky I BLACKSMITIIING IIen1repRlr oppoatteif L Beazley Co t Undertakers and Embalm I FurI forII Them a Call Prices Right Yit SALEIt liS I well at the freshest or cut flowers plant ill all kind bulbs potted flowers on short wreathforallkindsprices tHKIHTMAN UHKKN HOUHEH IliouICONCRETING I =Vft are in petition to do all kinds of Concreting us Work Paranient I and In fact wo can make any thing from i house down to n fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee Ilr toliu pricesbeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky JeJ BELDEN For house carriage a ml tlcn painting deco nitlvo bunging alto buggy trimming of nil kinds as tops recovered cnrtoln and boots made Aidrtdgoabinck KyPhoneJ J HKLDKN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to soil prlvtely U1Y stock of Ira cerles and Hardware a good bUll IJclIsonIIIOEO D OPPKHHtnfordCKy Where Hungry TO Cartons Iteetaurant Lancaster Htreet Bfonford K Meals served at all hours up to 1ISM r x Best place ia wnjfor a good quick meal Cooking to suit our customers ourspecialty Splendid new line of fancy Groceries Hot CoHee Sandwiches pIes Buttermilk I and sweet milk etc at all times W A CARSON Prop GO Dif I i0t h I Stetonis- F syl i ii Q vi-t i I + p i t a I 6 S ij 1M i1 o- i i- F The best hat made today is the J r w l John B Stetson We sell them-i at 350 4 and 5and carryr rthem in the full older mens shape i Also a great variety of shapes m F andcolors in the young mens1 1 o styles The next best hat is the t g tl Swan brand to sell at 250i ariii is close second to the Stetson 4 They are always up to the mm ntI atute in style and their wearing l r- i qualities is perfect L 1 t t i 1 ii H JDM ROBERTS m Stanford Kentuckyo itaro MYt itiF Lt eamaQti Geemee G L Penny n I fTey K 11 Vilcmnn Dr Hess Poultry Panacsa Will make hens lay euro them of tlUcuc and them in good thrifty coullition- The fiucronBc in tho number rayforDrugStoreL PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky i s i c en ma Z0 0V 6jy Nu d OLJ Fl 1 iZ tr1 tt2 t 0 J t7 0 jP S IoIiSUoJ 0ttI Q y 4 r e n When You H aveco Ii Prcd1cTo Sell CallI r t H B Northcott IpIStanford Ky Phone 153 II S THU1WANK TUDOR Manager t ft1W e a i v e4 I 1101 TRBEIcrydll1 YA1AsYxtI510IN1it2ti1AfStlOL SJOI5Jmll11I ITT f C gd aa j AUTOMOBILESSU- BPIiffiS l- I AND ACCESSORIESt- it II AGENTS FOR jo I IFlanders 20 750 E M F 30 i 1250 I Haynes 2OOO 1i Baker Electricr2000 to t Studebaker Garrord 4ooo 6ooo If interested Phone toIdemonstration Bell 2a and we willyladly give rDanville Ice tG aLCo Davil Cy tl t m mM MI I No2S56i L Eagl it 16 hands y mane and tailgod l actionJby 3584II I King Eaglet tit dam Hip Eaa- leV ird 1014 he by Old King Gl75y0 2nd JIm1VIheyIand the 100 stake at the Lancaster lair defeat ainsthere lour of the get of the greet Rex Pea I b tine TKit t of King Eagle wai Mcond in t ne 500stake at Flarro4 burg with 2entrkt t and defeated the Colt that won trrU stile two out three wow Hit colt are in demand bring Ite highest poce Kiag Eagle will mate the resent teason at the low price of 15 to insure I l sLosQcolt Wit also rtand the great mule jack Jim Keene tIOor maces and X10 lot jennett to injure a J tine colt Jim Keene tired by the grist Billy 1emt lit dam by the John Well 2nd dam irBecchef Keene u 15 34 hand high I i I agttstmulesAlliII 1r male I MB season of 1910at our liable 2 if1miles piletunrllle irauianee and money becomes due a Ifuithertnlormation Ashland Kugenetltnclc t1TKtmIottby1nrknlIIndYIMrOllAibiaml wIlkesl fellybv xpvttbey untwfllen lIvlDBfolt TRACEJwhlaloa l4itoothsallyMsell THABISROBT WOOpS IS STANFORD KENTUQKj Ii Kentucky Farmers V- r hint that they raise bushels of wheat 15 rrels welltaMcar f fylcfd from 12 Ions per cutting whicisell front per We have ranches that imps ft and dry years folralf we It1qkcif turn water Irrigation ditches have ranches cattle ranches chicken ranches hay fact anything ranch large shah pnccstoArizona willfeoortbccoine i5tajcTaulis coning front cry rapidly iAllkindsof proixirtyiareinigrent lemandiand getting veryfay Rtiilroa being g6Id topPer zhicr mine ucrngJintdd Wealth and flnesCclifnate tiTtlie world lltirjq answered prinptjy Robert C oaurley lutllK ivl GA MARSH COMPANY pat erAftZJar f i fence jrrt iit 1 t- J th6c la Gp- i 11110 PenfPrbSS nttibt Ut Jdfln Rowland aepoonamorc 7410 to insure colt If fkde asdrmbd becomes duerPence la bay stallion years old full lahnmifT UlpU and action Pence by Rldnzl by hfby flbxaddersAli JCacrJJ Ora Jhby bycfWyTrtmfith ttby Col by Caatoldi tl07 by VolunteerEd Barlows 1st Woburn Mambrinp Mambrlno Messocj er oJr82ddambyOIlls Ver tsotabdt Panctf the1 itroof h1ttnpitdbreedl Ir nt8tJ tnonthj tidt rc nbnsiblefforlaeeldenls osaapen louWiiDyOCcnrt SPooNAUo01tF BRO 1wJandKy lnUdl Irt 1 Polled Angus Bull st 4air tWr t11bnh PolifU plk9enhI park from In rrt LOVELL Brook Notlrbtt i- Vol r A T K burl by M1 eorgetewn y lirouk lIIOlld left lildliloot white llnnd Itv jndlliltrh inuiHHKK Ufriliy Hllint Dro No nre- tIlnttigntertIijIttttenrndkankh Lr feoril Irl7 Atulnnd llrookn lit dnrn Uunn Wren by Wllk record2l11 the sire of Jobu Oefltry rya HalI4 To IIII II a a Ipr lire 9 by wllkee ond Until lYvUmlrr darn Jim Monron 1- 1NOTieAahtnntt Brook handsome tel low with lots of ubtriude iivl nml ssotlii- tnfsdklsteoltenrethneeyeure aadtby- nre ntl ovaeOstd lienrlua gad wlta plnty grist 11 aiHlHolih Ashland IVouk itrwt the twtirwroUl Mulllc tintmokl for pea Ashlritd nwaiie th tsreae season at III to insure ktnr T11U sit 1ldfbr mare and tit for lerhst S3W bltiliini WIll ttK liaii1r ut not tI J i if 20 or bi s r 2 lo 2 to the acre j t I to 20 ton yield two ocort gOOf no have to do to r i o otvthc in the ittis Vp fruit r j nd in in the line or anti At all i 6f a to the li tier Is the UC aM ro vh have the fn4s r I pa w IitII 1 r I e r + i 11 Of she bra tfr I It I tt I kbr1t I t llo l + i mllb from B living mart f scy Jr 9 1 toad by he ho dallnb dam i e c l I iby 2d dam by a horse 3d dam ri bboT bear qf e e 7 r or I ID 15 OEO I1 I I 1 p r 1 III e II nn 1t 0 W n IT It K WU p k mlH rwt hb Ueurge KHl 111 frtl Is a tine fa old G11 gmtt Itreokwitl U n 1 7Warrr J c This splendid German rich- horse was foaled May 21 lOOSfl H Hanenkamp in Germany jHe was imported by J Crouch oons of Lafayette Indiana He was sired by Eskimo No 1400 He is a VerY fiiiQjtypq 9ftjia bQsti German coach horses and sold for 3000 three Years aVj 5 if t He wilhuak thesoasttjiyafmyt place nti1OtQP ihe atfP t9 in sure living tot i t I d i II In vfl JK BAUGHMAN I Wl1A TN1S13LE Furniture ndUndertakingfn- tIof liaf Pioti21t Night Phono 183 Stanford Hentue4lyt t I RICHMOND t t Over 16 hftdU ear01d twill mate the- season j at our farm on sold DallYiDrike be nd HubbleIween HedgevUle 10 teIMagrcoltfITZPAlRl RANK N FPM OIWILBY R1GGE- M1RAL pa ROGUE RIVER VALLEY OREGON CCRESPONDfNCt3OLICITW rl I A fThis rflaCtlr mUlf not tb rjptlatef wlth I out tpecUl peniilailon rr A SMA JvOAiAEr tllomotl rUeplorlr+ This ha to Injlurtlnc In ship ment oflidiischold goods only those things which jms cued aa such la tho tNlgtlt Beheaulckand vfhat those lire may opsceftalnedtrpm the agent at the pofai tit ip illus trate Not long since a gentleman who hod engaged a through ear to the coast after loading his goods thought he would put Itf two or thfetbp4of baletl tiny At tile lat point desUttoIJlontonal charges exacted which Increased the freight but more than 100 Thus instead of being a source of profit the small amount of hay shipped edit close IcsiioDIlearned X0 tho average patron of transportation companies this looks like straining at a gnat and taking ad- Vantage of trusting anti unsuspecting Immigrants fur the poorly concealed purpose or picking their pockets Its a holdup game that does credit to uo railroad management and It goes without saving that It would not bo practiced at all In sections where there was even a semnlancc of competition It Is trlcUi and Bculduddcry of fuls typo practiced by some transportation companies that tend to put the whole class In disrepute and seem In fact to Justify the fwMltlg on the part of the payee that tranjportatlou companies are holdup Institutions abd enemies of tho public which place full faith In the public ho damned policy In several otbur jlu nncos related the same trick was tried In ono case upon a widow and hot daughter who were easy victims while In one or two oth er Instauvfg lopd rhollcr was put up and Uiq railway oUlclals modified tbetr tactics THE FARM CENSUS UeslntilrtR April 15 Undo SamB census cnuracratPrs1 win npt rjnlycpunt tnq npSMvW Q0000QQQor more people of tbo country but they will want an Inventory pt the ntlitT on every farm of tbo country Among other things tit b rrlltors ivtllavu6t to Und out will be IJ Total value of farm with all buildings and Improvements 21 vqluo qj IIlIuJJ value of all Imploinonts and iuncnlnery Includljig toofs wagons carriages harnesses etc and all appliance and apparatus used In farming operations oil nuw her and value of domestic animals Including cattle horses mules swine and sheep classified byfiex and the year In which they were born 5I number and value of the several va rtetley of Mpultry ovCr thrjse months old 01 iSmWt and vaJup of awarms df peesllu qStjmaUipthovalueof thfc sov Items JUted theSarmtr shpuJdbe guided by the prices which would prevail were the stuff offered Wr sate It tan Inventory of the above cUaraVitoi1 Is made out by every land owner In advance It would not only savo the enumerator and himself time at tth btslesLstafibn Jteytatebutu- hhreconfiv6ulde provb valu able for reference on later occasions d Inslc which ltavQ been ed for theenualerntolsstate tbateadtl opcraior must con ne1t16reportQf onfliyltJdp crops totlAtd- whirls he is wprklns a the tlmo of Clio Chumcrritdrs visit Should hg q tArn rl1lct 1Ir1dlli not W6tlc beon vious fie hnulrt s curo a jee0rif of tllpie trove the mutt who did hahflle It1 i 1 I i THE HOME WATER SUPPLY Tbo uciUi uIn9 3 ntevahItIlg in tiobio depends in part upon while homoniissbf the fool consumed but Ip niuqU larsct ueaspre upon the water lIe h la largely alTeitbrfby phojprQXlints pf ccai anil UatiiiR co sT suet nv ibo sccpnga tidm tbtf n1ItrdA attd ciMspbols berlj iftls lot fen to Install a- lolletsytledl with water r iI ht dPalu aiertaa cesspool located atlSafe dls ttinco Jfronj ttiwnlcr supply the mist rational qtflppient Ifnr fhe outhouse fs k ouVstanUal jjrftwer made of two Inch stud the contorts of which can be killed by the addition of slaked from time to limo and which can pc0tt011asposal of night soil the danger of a con atntnntian of thQ water supply is re duced tp a mlntmnm Vo realize tllat this Jsrjot a pleasant subject to dis cuss but It Is practlcaV sad vital and concerns chiefly those who qre past able to fpqt heavy doctors bitsI Where Ji cesspool Is already In brut shape conditions maybe ImprpvM 41 dumping in1 half a barrel or BO of qiiickljme which VIIi put a q letn4 drvYRny disease germs which may b4 JJNotflt stafiujti go ttio largo quantities stvM ore produced In tho United States there wcro Import 1 last year more than 2800000 bushel valued at over 4000000 4Tbo tnanuFactireto4 lilnfost ail brl1 1t1s t that stock doop not the they ne 11 bjbnce Ilulltg J Itrpply of this much relished condiment QrStlooae frqlUnsol ltaljafa lJ piet cr bte 0 no crIm- son clover or cowpeas because sVheu once soU txccda no 1IIWibtyllbllthl11 b3rr J wing for e I 1 fThesvlhdo best itsoilierthe1aielcndmelailtle air pnd moisture in the sojl rfl Cttlt During tho lost fiscal year the Ira b Jot Apttol Into i VltQ1 Stales amounted lo JcfttQdOOO pounds valued at 543000000 For the last decode the consumption of wool to taled 1700000000 pounds of which 33 p6r cent valued nt 213000000 was importedIIf the boy couldnt have both bbt could choose the one or tho otlicr lifi would lie better equl ed for life with sjIIPe1hed alt 11oil Ct lt Jf1lloml- lia o e tMautfy havi6ga pac utagc endowed with a fat bank account only The possession nt the former will en ablo him to keep his head level in many times of stress while tho latter would Ware likely prove a pitfall ahd a snare than of any positive benefit It is ggrioraily1 botfcedcd by Cxp rl cured tr01dmgil tbnt heavy pruning during flit ftornjant period tends to fprpdnco Tuyivy wooU rowth the sea son following This typo of pruning is therefore desirable for young trees where growth of wood and the build- Ing of a good frame ore the chief aim Pith mature bearing trees the prun lag If proper care has prevlpUBlybecii given should bo light and should bdone during July had August which will Induce fruit rather than wood production I Whvrlt is not desired to grow an Intensive crop like strawberries In the young orchard bonus or cotp an exfellutit MubstitutQ where soil andclT jnntlccondltlaiis are favorable ho ln y Pf these cropl glvl4 the kohl that stirring which Is most beneficial for the growing trees while neither puns largely on the son fertility In sections Where the summer sun Is very hot anti a shade Is needed tor the trees earn would be preferable to beauiyMhllo the presence of the grow lug corn p would lessen the damage to the young trees from grasshoppers in case they Were numerous In the first year ninny follow the practice of hay lug the young tree take the places of a hill of corn while others allow no corn to grow In any of the four ad joining hill spaces Of course the only condition under whlcb corn would bo permissible In n young orchard would bo that of repeated and frcfiuenUcultl vatlpns t Every t aid located liv a section where wlnCcr are cold abd winds blow ought to have Its shelter belt of conic erous trees spruces plnesor firs The strip devoted to such windbreak ought to be nt n snfflcletit distance from the house and farm building to give foora for fed Jots garde p etc This strip should be put In mollpw con dition and given frequent cultivation r the young trepi A1 et U U well to select for tho shelter belt varieties hlcti bavjS Qht wRlland made thrifty growth no other forma In the vicinity pr jt t 0ri8bp Bone oe these varieties which are recommended by Odiyhselire giiarantcAl td have good nndito grow when IPrcperlycared for TCC3 tthatpavo bdeu MransplaSt tfltCmtnPt i t 1t qfi eJrn1Iv tloghow thrifty and symmetrical a shelter lelt t Lreesr podr root for n sohtf are thjJ taostecpenslve ktnt cf true that a fellow can buy la the lone r I v Vhllb 1thbstatistics of the worlds supply IoF11Coestpcktrq incomplet + the s InterestlniJ Sheep are tbo trJ6st numerous of tub dbmdstlrf atilriinla tb tbthl tfqn1 ber Uipjacednt5a00t5000 in tnWl Ildaslt t Anfl fftb tf1rs vltss- OOUOQO t bond Argenttni lnexC wit 07t00gstmQt nh t states Jbir wlthr OOlheadJ The worldansur pit br ciittlj 113 given as mjlj OO head and in Hub Drltlsb i Ivdl i Icqsrln ptoo0hxioheadlgeWdinb- uffaloes r and buff lo calves Th Pnlteil States QtanllS lI econd w ttJtO 000000 heed arid Russia third witp 8TOOOOQO lu the raising pf hogs the United States In far and nwayln thp lead tielttg credited with 5aooo000j or more than a third of su ply Gcrpillf cutups occopd iIW 22000000 head wiille European Bust sill has about 0000000 The iota 05000tMQIIEurppcsn fusslaa ntttl about eag5rhIti between 20o00Aand iliOOdOOO each This ColJptrW CredUfcd Wtfi fn41tJ than 7D6dOCX mules Aslr lItr T rKFalses moetagcessrprltistl A becoming sense of the eternal fitness of things would suggest the propriety of having at least a couple of months elapse between tbo publication of a card of thanks and action on the par of the heirs at law to take to ee curo wh2rthay consider an equitable partltloa of the estate of the deceased rellltlf n manurp Is too concentrated A fertilizer to be put on tho land liberal ly vaa isdoniwlutother manures It should be mixed with dust or litter while accumulating anti even then one sliould spread tho stuff sparingly We belagness in ho application of this for tilizer jf Treating steed oprn with coal tar bj stlrrlnfe asmall quantity of it in a peck bf sed at a time so that each kernel is mba red with alittle of tbo tarts said to keep the crows and gophers from touching the corn after it is planted If tho kernels ore inclined t stick together more corn should be worked in and possibly a little flour which will tend to keep tho kernels apart Qft Ta i r r h v The sooner sol is harrowed after being plowed the more completely will It retain the moisture at and near the surface for tho blanket of tine mellow earth thus tnade checks a rapid evap oration of the moisture Since this Is so a delaying of tbo harrowing will servo to moro HJlcJdytlrjr aUollthat contains more nI lstj I qulred for the proper germinatfontot- the seed which is to be placed there hcrjmoisturetion is paid this fact pf moisture con servation If the truth were known it would probably come to light that tbo In creased cost of living is duo to a sub ntlal Increase In freight and express rates as well as to a perceptible Inda tlon of the clrculatjng medium and scarcity of some food supplies This advance in transportation rates line been very quietly made but the increase lion been considerable and the middleman and distributer In order to como out whole has had to add this ndvartccf to tboprlces he bad been pre Vlously asking for his goods which were already high There is nothing calculated to check milk flow In a dairy cow more effec tually than being chasednrouhd d yard by a cursing loud mouthed man or boy and being ever and anon pounded Over head or rump with club or milk stool Not long ago we saw n pretty likely looking heifer put through this kind of mill by a couple of HttJfcheath ens whose treatment would be lUlU dent to cause a cow to give sklmmllk sour milk or no milk at all It may suffice to say thqt the fathtrofthese- ys wasnt in the dairy buslnessfpr I raft or he would have got busy on die boys with a big slat I IIce sit eJinitial economies bU11Dgtjecause they CaR he got cheap and Ms Is true whether one Is setting an iVchardfor htwaeltor expects to turn leaver to some customer at beating ige Is the start a tree gets as in ub case of a calf or a pig duringrthe Iret three years that Utrgely1 deterV- ines vat llyIta later beauty but as a bprtlcultnral thing and tirecauuonou1dof the young treeslawelt as the care given should A fellow may hot suffer faythlfig moro than physical iUscomfort he orders his undershirt and pruned froth a distant mall order house but he had better pass the practice up when It comes to grass seed and order from a home man who he can but with a stuffed club It the IiQCd Js pot pure and as represeptc 4 Not as yet Is therpln force qn federal pure 8cM law hence a fellow has no re course damages If he orders from a firm outside of his own atate and gets worthless or even pernlciogggraes- seed A U9lbeptisJatol have effep tlTe pure seed laws nab whgrq seller and buyer reside Jn such states the tatters rights are amply safeguarded j T While tubrc is h big discrepancy between thin priccs vhlcbJUwas claimed could be gut on clnsfcn la the1 Craze which 8VentbvqruoIcoun1ry tour lot five years ago and those which are quoted today the returns are nevertheless sutllclcnt to tgjvpa gopdi Inf tcrest return the y lijvost ea JlnIrldedollc iat ttie patience o bldd his tliuoi fort rVisultSJ The present prices of guscnsrnngp irowaDtoQ- 75 per pound tor the dried roots the higher prices beingreceived for the wild product which finds a congenial I I homo In moL ta moldy wood total where tho shade Is sufllclently dene- to keep blue grass trot getting n toot hpld Tbo roots should not bo gath aced before they are two years old while much larger and a better quality of roofci are securwl If they are alf lowed ttt grow a longer period In the artificial cultivation of ginseng the conditions alt Moisture and shade re ferred to as existing In a native woodI lot are reproduGcrf as neatly as possi 1tI 111klIng Jr-i trEagleVolStonewallkUaLexingtoahe by Eagle Bird 1014 he by Old King Eagle 750 dam Red Lion 3d dam Den JinnBellnon the ByOld Drennon 2nd dam Copper Dot thoroughbred baywithstands full 16 34 hands high weight 1425 lbs and well proportioned in every way speedstyleSprinthttime He will make the anion of 1910 at our FiahiagCreekI I myocomes due at the time of such transaction Care responableKEENFBradout 12handsWallrandtall paidC SON KVPhir e Stonewall Tnckson Jr HThii fine black saddle stallion was aired by the StonewallThisa nice colt end hcolt to prove his good breed ng Will stand at 8 to insure until weaning me We hold a lien on all colts for thcimpregntoWe Hilly HrccklriridUe JohrtDHmof 1910 at barn at 8 to insure a colt until weaning time ICu get of 1909 is now Ort itrurea Au T TRAYLOR to SONs HILLBreeding for Said Small well Improvedarm just out side of town limits between Stanford and Rowland has splendid house with barnfinebarn I have also 104 acres of and 2 miles from RowlandioV lx river and andtimberhem n cultivation For Inf rrR call VlandKyTO THE FARMEffSbi 1 wlllcontlnue to nille Jumbo BDdMoKlnneyfteetloniaadXak the latthepatronage1 zLIELon Dorsey Goliiift 12052li 9SJrorganondof Zileadi Golddustwas b1mp 1 ofDorseyLieu lingo Chief a eon offalls Com et Morgan inbredMorganmand Arich dappled bay Hack poundsstallionwith speed andendutabce knd ilbex JIasseh I sbownndthawandcolts will be convincing Will make the present season t my KytpdllYTJleTes qpei llit fur ccideit8 or escapes t 1 i r JU IIk c 1 GALTOw 12910i geutou of ilfc if i X 7 Sir of Calvin O 3l l and six others With trialfrolbEfo to 218 1 gtC8talre fporcpebdeniwithken 1 grand tam of II Wlthreoord ttrom 41T tot Jty atlelll 29 art10 dam by HeBloy American21Y11 has G In 23 hit daughters too or better fad tucky Prince Jr aire J Q i onaleSf7linnadaniiof IS In allbltonlanIpr3t Joo sire of the OUQI1 csrrloa the broad ot families 11nll11110101lIlU1 Wllk Ohlef mid ieeteyaAwerlronhti deIeataeglngutrain s ISIt Ijh alton wtll i l1euanudaoNavlllfp IrI dPlentyotgranatrrJpernlaftheknetl Ieves roothncatoc II IIAGEFOURTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD ET MAY 13th 1910 I fr All Peavine 4092DESCRIPTION and BREEDING Fouayesr old 153 hands a dark chestnut sorrel wit II st of hone conformation and action wed by Rex Peavine 1796 he by Rex McDonald 1833- l Sat wm Lucy Wells 6404 by Peavine 852nd dam by W1tCl1 Harm Denmark 3rd dam b- Jjlua Wesley he by Davie Crockett NOTEU for the breedof horse that are commanding the highest prices bet you lief hehaimu APeavineblocJalitUpojlletog being by Rex Peavme and out ol Pearoe mare serve a 25 to insure living c- oltDALMASThii stallion is dark bay 5yeatold 162 with best of bone and action with very heavy roan Cyandtail j Sired by Cecilian Chief lit dam by Ultimus 2nd dam Gilli Vermont 3i Jon by Bay Dick 4lh dam Bald offering thu stallion to the public I know he- whitf we need to get stock big enough to breedwork He u wellenough bred to get tro 1tai Will stand him at the very low price of 10 to insure live colt l 1 1st a tame time and Will goa Jim and Brignolia a too well known to need ai ha several with and you all kno how to mure live co Service due with all tie adserG ooh is told bred to to Care to not r Phone in Residence K I c J S PRESTON NO 122 VOL 11 TnitiChampioa 5 gaited riallion of Winning at all the Kentucky lairs and also at the shows at Buffalo N V St Lotus Mo aatiKaniaiCly Sited by No 54 ffrrt dam Bell by Rhoderick No 104 second dam by Denmar- kPtestoaite brown IS 34 hands highwith fine style and iryhighaction He hat not ably himself to be a great horse but aUi a great breeder He u till 35OClastfOILwrencY March 14 850 reasonableSgreIuible for accident at neap of Season ii due if mare it traded or parted with 01 rVed to J C BAIL Y Orchard Kentucky u GEORGEr draft stallion 1600 stands full 16 hands Mgh He was sired by Hur Major 273 3135 Grand Sire Scott 2430 Dam Jennie Clydesdale Hur is half coach and half Clydesdale best draft horses in state Will make season I y place at to insure a living Colts can be place They show for themselves- I will also stand Jacks a pony 10 each to insure a living M S BAUGHMAN StanfordKy Joe theiwake the season of at my barn in Crab Ky at very reasonable price of 15 to in sure a living colt Buck Joe the noted Pres f 922 dam Lucile 2nd dam Sfcltie Robinson Robinsons Ver aunt Hambletonian He Is black lone 1SK hands high weighing J MlrnMJi + igleasJ At place land two jacks Porter These jacks adverting I made them they breed Tens 8 lee above stock foaled mare traded other stock taken pier- accident but roponitble should icy occur QrnHHprJV McKINNEY I saddle Kentucky hone Washington hone proven show 1910 for stock other Crab HUR Avery fine weight pounds Ben Beatrice George English the the at 10 colt seen at and Shetland at colt Black Orchard the by sire tbo by 4Rlrn seasons when dock my two both in his rack and trot with plenty of style and action Just the kind of horse for the farmer to breed to to get the best all round youbookwill go no further Will keep mares on grass at 250 per month but will not be responsible for accident or escape of stock Lien retained on colt for season until paid Sea son is due if mares are traded or parted with orbred to other stock JC BAILEY rt fuhVl JYJvd PUBLIC SALE We will sell at public auction at Nunnelleys Stock Yards in Stanford on FRIDAYand SATURDAY MAY 27 28 i A lot of nice horses cows hogs cattle sheep farming inplements and in fact lots of everything a man needs on a farm- i It you are looking for some choice bar gains dont miss this sale If you have anything to sell let us know I W H Fields W M Duncan J T Morrisr i Red Light earsRed sorrel horse 4 old 10 e hands high extra weight and bone sirde u all horsemen to need description an t pedigree by C F Clay 218 dam DY fled Wilkes Red LIrhts it t dam was Day Maid by Ceclllln 2 l son of the great Gatnbotta Wilkes 2n re dam Nell old Balsora 3rd do Mivew by Lexington 6th dam Darknoss by t It Wagner Id promIslnor saylmg that with his site stylo form boundeat to a id at my livery barn In Stanford at 15 insure a living colt money duo wlt colt is foaled or mare parted with Be sure to see him before breed Y your good mares G G BEAZLEY Stanford Ky DONVARR1CK Thii mngnlilountly bret young ttnlllon will snake the unison of lilt at III tat- nearMntordKyontheHhelbyCity ite plk Varrllabone In fact the trpWoi the trottrrnnd perfect disposition llolfc the Kreiit StTransylvantu ltonnMemorial f6tJTrAIIIlvnlllnIned ni one of tub bin four being one of thegreatest money winners on the grand cir cult m lnw- Onward Silver It by OnwArd one of thu WilkOnward4dniulire of that great family of trotter and pucert Don Varrlck 1st dart was by litertolene Iotctien the dent of Hubbiir rt RndMilaMadgeiMItien110 Don Vnrrlcktdnm produced Dr Conner theIAlxlngton forUtrotted a half mile on the annie track at in DVarrlcker rnrely over leaves lilt feet In cI weeks handling lolt Fall he trotted u quar I tlechalfloandthenlllelnly4 In or 01apeedycantlookSeehhnmoney due when mares are parted with or bred to another horse Mares kept at IDe per day and all taro taken but not IM UonVarrlckhandling Alto at tame place will stand Two Mighty JacKs Two I OLIJlTON und IUTSHKL Clifton Ira black lack with light points yearsoldlast September IGs hands high with a ear well set on n rangy neck has plenty bone and substance and as a breeder he It not surpassed RUSSET ollastmuch fuiltb and notion at a horse and as 01tbeaethttnsuranCtaccidents but will not bo responsible should afterJmteK P WOODS j ii WOODS BEAU NABOTII 43WJ llVyBeauNabothtNovel KKI record KHJi by Klectlonetr 126 second dnm Lela Jr tired by Metropolitan 1372 by Hamlltonlou 10 third dom Jose byiarlbaybyWngnerelxthseventh data tired by Tbarntonn Hauler IShnndWhen ho becomes acquainted with the of his limited education you begin to realize that bo Is truly a remarkable harness itallion that be mutt bo u great horse It I proved the wonderful progress that he hat suede With very little handling be has proven to be the champion harnesa ttnlllon of Kentucky He has won over the best hones that Kentucky has produced Head of him and you will tee that there are no better bred million In Kentucky than he It Hlvo111mcolt give him a trotter mureLhe will get you a trotting colt Nab tbI Is combined with more record famlllotthan I most any horse In Kentucky George Klentloneer IInmtltonlon and lour crouev of thoroughbred to give him stamina Uomeand see hone ho lives without H fault be It perfect from end to end lilt three oropt cannot be excelled b NuunelluyStocklob the test personal care taken Fee 13 to colt 1PETTU8Phont =y Dare 198211 nA11IIII evuryway Kind disposition and IghbaIn11Irtlat show horse wiring the blue tie evr Utcusshimself Ity rtngt1IIrlntDInnnverngunsvof f YrI old rat nn average price of 4ll Ho hn never been toI1rmIlrlHrrlnICCOt fare All WblU i Ireo1 NoInI R hf lip William Wlcll 111 A T II It h Tragstable pfIJTUMont tine when oolt conies or mare trod or reproved or bred to any other stale a lorOrattl1forvenlnMewsR but will not lx rvtponilhia for accidents escape Will alto nt the some lime n pine stand my grant breeding Stale Jerk rkPEYTONto will known In the West End of rapedue 0thnor tert Jennett anlllootmounteil tS hands I inch high and aduilrrd thebritAll are Invited to come und see him Phone In residence CARPENTERhe Greynd Shetland pony 38 Inches tall own maflitnn Imported pony that co andepony In KentJckr defeating all com ers In the show slag 1003 Lien tr tamed on all colts until season Is paid Mares parted with or bred else moneyIrmy farm JOHN B FOSTER 10 to insure Stanford Ky Sequel No 2512 I Owned byJJ B Sandidge Hus tonville Ky Bay stalliqn left hind foot white foaled Nov 17 1904 i sire Prospect by Dignity Dare 1882 Squirreiby Sumpter Denmark Jrn 3rd dam Fannie Wallace 56 by Sir Wallace Sequel is one of those full made ones with two good ends and a mid dIe is an extra individual in every I respect just such a one as you see winning the blue ribbons in the show ring is fine gaited neverI touches himself anywhere a very high going on all round He has won 16 blue ties in show rings never defeated Come and see this grand colt he is worth going miles to see Sound This horse will make the season at Hustonville at lli50 to insure living colt I Powhattan+ 3d Bay Stallion 153 12 hands high by Digit Dare I it dam Minnie by Rienzi 2d dam PaulIine by Almost Forest 3d dam Sellara mare Red fait pacer He it afine individual high actio and nice to handle which Willmake the season of 1910 at my farm a VlcKinney at 10 to insure a live cob moneytwo forfeited if mare u sold traded or bred to horse S M OWENS iieSON- MCKiaaerr the rangy Ky lion L All Hail to the Farmers and Stockmen Behold the Conquering Herds Have Come 11 The line young Jack Excelsior site Jen net make the season of at the Cedar Stock Crass Hay T6U 2 12fmileso- Ulb Orchard oa QiappeUt Gap pike lieky1GreetShelby prior to tale ago for the 1000acre RestojI Thii jack ii in hit fifth black in color u gray trmmmgsa true picture ol an ide l jacks a paiagon of style symmetry perfection has magnificent head ears neck and body a Utong pleaiant andI f eipretung gratitude alert aquiline eyes the ears the right life form and beauty vibrate in unison and harmony animated by true sad fond emotions The shoulders trunk feel legs thighs muscles sinews bona and lugeemspad in unique proportions and at once indicate he ii piclure que model to hU Jackihip He hai the action agility and animation oft rata or Arabian star and demon ilratei to the beholder he U the gifted ion of cable tin mad has always IUSH mined to colt sue lone symmetry Jtyleand beauty wilt dotellCC aad these male them sail high All eoksoE hU have males except two all have told from 65 to 125 at weaning or seta attar wjniqjitffltlwo Iand ate not lot sale Excelsior hat a strong moroui rhythmical caner wise sad the hours in order and in short or 1ei meUm tiagtc do Onkyl Onkv Onlyl I aryl Excdierthe fUyal Dnkejrl Was sired foaled In Old Kainlutk And lives M walk sad IM lack Donkeyto Donkel ChoruiOnky Onkyl Onkyl Jenny Jenny Jenny my Jenny Onlyl Oaky ODkItBy special permission the following gralleMea sad ftinni f LoieoU county 4 ortohit ICe at a great 1htcolu are rated vrth the best viz Mews Joha Savlw JM Henry Hubstfrom F Long Morgan Chapple George Helm Lute ftc fewest W Given 1 Jocobum RetnewtacJi and I S Tnit Excelsior will died at 8under tame aunJitiom at the ifcon Redalfo Es ceUior u the site ol a very fine jennet celt and ii JailintJ to Ve a peat jeaael jack The KaJGII far jcMKti will be lbs- N IIGa1ton 1IThe young Pedalgo will itandat the l000ci Ranch He is a dark bay 15 hands high lout years old id mtaliil fatten era mod el itallion Sued by Gallon 12910 dim Pedie HftUt No 3715 she Jby Fal conert Abdallo Membrino the season cod IO 2d drat LMi Morey by C F etc etc This Million combine the blood olJhe HamUdoniaa Wilkes neth1mLrino Seely Amman Stir and Clay families and wW stead at 10 tat MSduenounsr4Bulldine the Peerless Short HOfII animal color tlIaadbrit the returnrr cows and get calves will be proud ofand that will tell chits Fumes who breed the bert sites raise best stock and get thee best price We elk the courtesy the mule price the prop of I lttheac animtli over other buyers The King Lincol- nAA and prolific tire TMi Jersey bull son tired by Dr No 72915 dam Roberta I2J5IO A No6 West 17th Su New York N Three Dollars the lot with of reIturn Cows sod heiferi rates This bulls progeny hve 85 per cent heifers Hit high grade heifers sold from 35 50 per fagravy and virgin toil picturesque feeds timber beautiful landscapes wire fences grand pikei numerous hours and tobacco barns This the fiaett of tobacco crop of told for 16 1909 told for 15 cent per poundN d B Jamie G Carpenter 1Managers F D Crab Orchard Ky l Some Kentucky Fair Dates Lancaster July 273 days Versailles Aug 34 days Aug 33 days Lexington Aug 86 days Taylonvllle Aug 94dogs Harrodsburg Aug 94 days Aug 173 days Cecilian Leaf 44165 Sued by Red Leafj2l390 ihe greateit of ill lal dam Day Maid Cecilian he by mbeua Wilkes 2d dam Nell by BaUora 1024 dam Noon Day by St Elmo 275 4th dim by Jr 12 n Cecelian Leaf the blood of C F Clay Wilkes united with that of Gambetta Pilot and should prove croti cannot be excelledICecelian Leaf ua well developed ing colt tour old He ua bay with while hind feet anda ttar u for a trotting hone graceful in neck itand toll IS 34 liar high and tau ears finish which in eddi of71e t dim Hidalgo Importedwill 1910 Geek Valley Grain and o Farm of Crab Ky ihe Terii Travtlleti hit jack Iwo with a hit attributes beMMin chronological Isay and seastallion Caltonl hall a A hornless red Bull an ideal in loon dyksite tyrnmctry I lot with privilege ol All farmers should beef cattle beat It it thelufJ great actor in traillID conditions and in iIthe herd Therefore bring your you themselves without music to the to purchase at fine of Vaujht ND JCC VwiIlstad at cash et privilege pastured at reaionable been hive to much and and and teatnt land produces quality 908 12ceBIt crop Jr No1 Danville Brodhead and it Wilkesad registered exceptionally especially ae ErnpeW daysLondon Nlcholasville Aug 303 daystBarbourville Aug 313 Montfcello Sept 63 days Glasgow Sept 284 days State Fair Louisville Sept 12R daysflion to hit ipeed makes him an ideal horse for neededintrot horses and it it the walktrot that sells lot the most money and hat the readied uk Cecelian Leaf unmarked but antrot in 228 He will go for a record this summa PinkCottlIIebarnrifle pike The fee to a limited number ofap provedmares this reason will be 15 for a living colt Seuon fee due when mare il parted with- In 1 r offering the services of this young horse whose veryforemostshow horses I believe that I am making you an offer of rare merit C E TATEStanford y Y 13th 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY rAGE FIVE I J r i i f I Long Silk Gloves c Fashion has again decreed that the long glove will be the vogree for ring and Summer 1910 We have thorn at 75c 1 and 150 New Neckwear I gust in and on display new jabots Dutch collars lace collars collar ifcis etc i- r J i SEVERANCE Stanford Kentucky INEEDLES Robbins and Shuttles fo II sowing machines at Penny Drug If odroY 6 6 n n PERSONALS heron C J SirrLE of London was his week JAMES BRADY is on tho road for the 2urcka Portrait Coy v AVG EASTLAND was here this wcck- orklng insurance LITTLE Sophie Saunders Is quite III with complication of scarlet fever E C WALTON went to Atlanta pros pecting Tuesday I JNO II SHANKS has returned from a prospecting trip through Georgia He Is considering locating In the South MRS MAnY DKONAUCII of Crab Or chard was the guest this week of Mrs W H Wearen P W WlllPP wife and little son have returned from a pleasant visit tot ib+ a MIBS ELIZABETH HuunLE of Lea man Ohio Is the guest of her grandmother MM RJ Humble and familyi I OWSLBY NEWLAND who has been in Tennessee some time has returned home to Crab Orchard SUITS J W IRELAND and GarUnd Singleton went to Richmond Tuesday tot superInTtndentsof MR AND MRS It II METCALFC and vlIUngMrsvis In Dunvlllo roprosentingOxford day She it aoousln of Mrs J C Mc ClaryT H MlLLHit of IxHiiavillo and Fritz Kreeaer of Mt Vernon were here Monday niviiinr and drawing plan for F lieHV building which her blockCaseyNews IIIS JjH1 r Rt IT I 5 The only made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No AlumNo Lime Phosphates MRS SUE YEAQEH and Mrs Nannlo Woods Kitchen have been on a a short visit to Louisville M ns II M NKWLAND and baby have returned from a several weeks visit to her parents in Louisville Miss ANOIr CAUIBNTKR has returned to her home in after a viII it to the family of Jamoa II Swope in Danville A OUT 30 couples drove over to the Knights of Pythw banquet at Lnneas tor Monday night and everyone had a aplendki The meeting faa one WITH Soft v Plaitedpr Fancy or Plain Bosoms Detached or attached cuffs Our fullmade t Shirt is a model convenience I WHITE SHIRTS In plain plaited full dress or negligee Our 1 Monarchi Shirt is the standard of quality and workmanship while our 150 Cluett11 is the acme of A style and perfection and the colors all g uaranteed not to fade Soft shirts with collars from 25c to 3 We can show you something new J Cummins Wearen STANFORD L Si 1 sl You Had Better Wake Up To the fact that there must be reasons why so many people come here for their dry goods carpets and shoes Dont you think it is a good idea to learn what they are Better still put our claims to an actual test alreadylearnedno matter how much more you pay than we charge for our service h 0 I Adds Healthful Qualities N to the Food Economizes Flour Butter and E- ggsWO4L r i i loWDEii baking powder Uuetonvlllo time Pythianehave 1 b KENTUCKY MRS LOGAN HUGHES Is greatly im proved and tier recovery now seems ns luredI MRS J E LYNN and Miss Louise Lynn who have been for some time with Mrs W Logan Wood In Dan vine havo gone for n visit to Mro J E Claunch at Somerset MRS JASON WBSLEY and family will move from Liberty to Danville thIS week They have rented the residenceI i byMrJay will be chief clerk in Mr Mitchell had start Adv0t8teI WHS recall i a serious by her sister Miss DOA lie McAlittor who ia there with her I nunt Mrs C T Uohon Her condition Is considerod very critical and it ia fear sd she cantiot recover HAY CAKPSNTBR of Hustonville vis ited his dieter Mra C F Montgomery i first of the week I T Lamer and George P Crow of Danville are hero headIwere hero last week visiting John W Moore who remains itt feeble health Liberty News LOCALS LOT of neweststylo rugs and mat I tings W A Tribble Second hand Bell City separator for sale at a bargain W O Walker tf e LOST Plain told bracelet with name inside Reward for return to this of lice weighing ed pigs Return to Bowcn Givens at Hubble Barn Lumber For Sale 120000 feet of Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Barn Pat terns which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn Hay or good Horses and Mules Prices on this very rea sonable for I want to sell Write me at once Respectfully C J SIITLE London Ky 200000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices- I have 200000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and oth er building purposes at reasonable prices on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want and I can suit youWALKER OWENSPongo Shipping Point Mt Vernon LUSTA silver and pearl handled umbrella Reward for return to this of fice 222 1 TUG old fiddlers contest to have been held at Waltons Opera house on Fri day evening 20th baa been postponed for a while The Crab Orchard Dram atic Club will hold the boards there on that date L C Drown Leghorn eggs15 for 50 cts Mrs J M Cress 222 JUST receivedcar load of American fence Its the best made George H Farris I HAVE salac lP8 large and handsome pictures of Jack Johnson colored champion of tho world in dif ferent poses John Hayden Stanford FOR SALE Few BufF Orping ton cockerels Also eggs for hatching Mrs W J Holtzclaw Stanford R F D No1 e TUB clever play The Time of His Lifo which was given by home talent at Crab Orchard with success will be played here Friday evening May lath at tho opera house by tho Crab Orch ard company The ladies of the Crab Orchard Baptist church arc backing the play and endeavoring to raise enough money to purchase a carpet for their church The prices will be 35 25 and 15 cents r Dispersal Sale ofBlooded Stock II P Hawkins announces the dipcr sal of his celebrated Glvnburnie herd of Shorthorns in this a j or tho I J The suie will tike Il half way hi twoen Stanford mt Dnvil Mav 2tI and di9onmrjicr M r morn ft I over thc r w oni- sand to g t E L p for FROM THE TROPICSTO HEAL US ICedron Seed Plant In Central America many natives are gathering tho Feeds of this plant Ccdron Seed a rare medicine that has valuable curative powers lint few drug stores carry this seed owing to tho high cost of the article This country is a largo consumer of thlr costly aced because It enters into tho famous catarrh remedy reran sold tho world over o Lumber Longest Here iil sent out first And you can be sure it has been here long enough to be thoroughly dried and seasoned Ever had any experience with green lumber If not dont hanker after it Take the experience of others and use only the seasoned kind the only lumber we sell J A ALLEN Stanford Ky Danger is Lurking in it When your bathroom or lavatory isnt fitted up with modern sanitary plumbing Sewer gas is more dangerous in Winter than in Summer because ventilation is not so free You will ward off dis ease by having your closets bath room kitchen sinks and etc over hauled We make a specialty of sanitary plumbing and do it scien tifically and at reasonable prices W K WARNER Pfcene 188 STANFORD KFNTUCKY S Hosiery No better values to be found any where than we sell at lOc 15c and 25c We sell the American Beauty hose for girls in blackred light blue pink and white at 25c Head AccessoriesT Turban pins side combs barretts back combs hair combs etc I u SON Coat r I Notes and Accounts Collected We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States No charges unless we collect Also look after claims of all kinds Bank references Correspondence solicited MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky A FRESH carload of lime at W H Higgins SchoolHonor Roll Pearl Jarboe Rod Jnrboe Bessie Jar TanntrI I DcntonSwannOf I Nicholas Swann of High Bridge and Miss Nannie Denton of Junction City Were quietly married in Lexington last week Tho couple gave their ages as 21 years t Hoes not Color the Hair AVERS HAIR VIGOR Stops railing Hair An Elegant Dressing Destroys Dandruff Makes Hair Grow I Ingredients IICapsicumI A hair prenaratlon made from this formula harmless yet possesses positive merit A hair food a hair tonic a hair dressing Consult yourdoctor about these 131rprob emstIIJ C Am ro MKT Lowell MOM uh iT1 Jt c 1I z I Riding Cultivators j The Genuine Brown sat And Busy Bee- T0 W E PERKINS j GRAB ORCHARD KE- NTUCKYLg 0 un fGitt m O IL 1R Hughes T W IIumblo W O Martin IIN w Line of Hosierys I Wegall your 17 t II attention to So Iour liitie of lladles esdndchil missr I dren in colors all lose the 1 plain S J silk and lisle extra 1 thin and medium weight r Prices 25 nod 5Uc an extra an all silk hose for 100 We are also showing a beautiful line 4pf dropped stitched hose Black and colors HUGHES MARTIN CO i Dry Goods Notions Shoes l STANFORD KENTUCKY L 2 PAGE sx THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD ICY e J 2 MAY 13wt i v I u Dispersal Sale of the Glenburnie Short Horns To fie Sold Thursday May 261910 Near Danville Ky Sale AlOne OClock P ST H P HAWKINS ProprietorP 0 STANFORD KENTUCK- YAUCTIONEERS Col Geo P Bellows Maryville Mo Col Cary M Jones Chicago HI I CARROLL PRESTON Sires by Preston 922 by Washington 54 by Cromwell 73 by Washington Denmark U 1 rt1stdata Baby Pence sired by Enoch Arden 2nd dam Lady Pence by k Forest 2S63 3rd dam by Garrard Chief i hasmoreG thaw horse in his three year old form bids fair to make a greater show horse than his grand old sire beingundcCeated In his class as a three year old and always getting part in the stakes against the crack show loisis of 1909 This great young stallion will make the season of 1910 at the stockyards of A T Nunnelley Stanford Ky at the reasonable figure of 25 ti insure a living colt Mares kept at 250 per month and not respon sible for accident or escape Season due when mares are parted wither bred to Qther stock W O Walker Stanford Kentucky t THE WARFIELD TSJIt- idraft rrtfpwty of HM Owen A lion fcKlnney 2C iJ Jmrk lay italllon 10 bands fouled Auif Yy alt nrrd ut VllliiRf fiirni knot t Aaiori NY Mired l y Hero Devil SCO lI howllIlIlnll hI no even rhnut ntltvhjtinrlixHorMHlmw Amerioui fflawi first our I 1r old rerord YllltrP of Ana rlcpn lvllntliruevriirr record lll dull W others Onvwiril ll tr Lord Y 2itnrnnfPnteurdMth ITCotbnrii In jOtthtt w 0ettpvdtm rhn Wllltn byambrlvoJtulgMuIrH third dam l wcNdrlsi IIIf of ISO in MM fist fourth item Tonne brHtnithinorw 404 tire of On in lilt IMU dam liy Albion oath Doni Ned tor Kdwln Forest suVenth JUrir Turner by lauibrlvo OhlOf 11 The MterfUld linn extra hUb class norm not nIpgWrptelofaaythtn1gahigh1actorand aiUW well ri + IV hal o good cost and carries nice ln nd nod mileIntruly made grand Individuality and bred In linen that entitle to become n lIre of note veelng that bxlin son of the lrollellltorIIl1rethe Monarch of the home strt tch while on the turf and niter retirement to the itud sireNotrace homos hut the family tins farnFihtd many noted show rliift WIIlI1n 111 well ni beinsrlllgIhllnNtilmakothepnwentseasonal our farm one from MoKlnney Ky at tla to In sure n living ntlgndYoung I IiuIslSxbanditwayeIiON r a 72 w air c4Attr 1 F1 1r1 r I FARMERS DEPARTMENT IFOR SALE two Black Uerkshiro boars three months old Geo Carpenter I FrcSh Jersey cow for gala Carroll Shank 22 3 TWO uluejjrasa Reed strippers in first class condition cheap for sale II G Lutes For SaleA fine tobacco bed 90 feetI long bi 9 wide near McKinney Apply to G A Alford McKinney 223 FIVE good second hand buggies for sale b D Carter Stanford A T Nunnelley told 12 cattle to Wal soldlgtxI will handle horses break them to ride and drive well at very reasonable charges Will Adams Stanford Two ieves came to my place owner can g t same by ptying this ad and her keep M U Carson Moroland Kr 202 fouryearoldwork horse for sale a good worker and driver M F Law rence H D 4 Stanford 213 E L King i f Criib Orchard sold to John Cress 11 ho j They weigh rd 1760 polin lie also sold to Gar field Gay of Gurrard a horse for 8100 Auctioneer M 11 Johnson sold court day a 4 year od mule for a cow to Lund fur 25 and three horses at 45 to S75 D B Fox who lives near Bourne in heavylossAll the grapes on his 5 000 vines were killed a vineyard of 6 acres AdvocateProspects for a wheat crop in Adair are not flattering We have talked to several farmers who gave as their opinion that there would not be one fourth of a crop harvested The floe sian fly is destroying It One farmer reported that his crop appeared to be doing fine but upon examination he discovered tha the had ruined It Adair News reported carload of horses he took several weeks ago to Richmond Va He went from that city to Wilson N C a live stock market to which ho makes large shipments of mules and horses Wilson Alexander bought a farm of ro acres from Jacob White of the Hubble section for 84000 J E Hammond pur chased a pair of 3yearold mules from James Anderson of Prcachersville for 305 Hammonds sold his farm in the Prencnerfl villa section to his brother G Hammond for 10000 or 80 per acre Notice Tobacco Growers I have decided to clean up what tobacco is left in the country Have al ready bought J M Lanes cropof 251000 pounds Any ono unsold will do well to seo me in the next few days W P Kincaid Stanford Ky Box 2G8Phone 199 22 4t p HARNESS The Bigger the Horse The better we appreciate the task of fitting him with suitable and ser viceable harness the making of the best of which is our special busi ness and hobby We are employers of expert labor only and give our men the very best materials to work with Hence we never fail to give complete satisfaction to our patrons And our charges are also well appreciated JC McCLAftY Stanford Ky J I io Stock For Sale 1 bays for union hay lucre Mute 7yrar andItoollellntlrllngVHIAII DUNN Uuitouvllle V1 Ktncaid sold a good farm horse to S H Aldridge of Lancaster for pigsfromWHILE you aro at it is It not duo yourself to build the best fence obtainable Tho Brown is made for service CarpenterAgt oflandSParksRobertColliercity who owns u farm near town on Stanford pike reriily purchased Shropshireregistered Stanford10headC May n bunch of butcher helf1 ers at 525eAdvo- cateFUBIE SALE Of Fine Bourbon Stock and To bacco harm lbMoore31 miles from Paris on the Paris and Cynthlann turnpike on ThursdayMay2610at without ruftetvo her farm of 3CO acres of laud The farm Is without question one of the best improved tracts of land In the the flue Grass 1l lotl and is In a high state of cultivation- It has been In the same family for ono hundred years and each genera preserrlaIt of the beef two modernbriskstory resident s in lreouuly containing eleven rooms halls 10 closoUt 1 store room a doutdc front veranda with elegant bay window be tween doubkt bnl k porvhes and with cellar under main portion of the build Intr The house contains a slate roof has been newly painted and is in splendid condition Insldo and out There Is a large cistern near the roar door and one of the best lee boutes iu tin state Thero is also the premises a meat house brick cabin in the yard stable tobacco barn for ten acres o tobacco and a good house of flvo rooms The farm is one of the best fenced tracts of land in county Is vey productive and leall In grass except 110 nero It Is well watered Coop cornorofthefalling springs and pools make the farm drouth proof The land well suQlclont drlttloojlelandHeld of 50 acres of corn list year has now upon it a fine growing crop of wheat which is sown to clover the lat ter being I nicely Sixty acres U to bo planted in corn and can be seeded to wheat In the fall of 1010 The farm Is surrounded on all sides by citi EPand his son E F Clay Jr being on the south side George Wagner on the teat the land of Mlu Elizabeth Grimes and Mrs R C Talbott on the north and bounded by S ODor creek on the east The residence and aurrondlnga are among tho most attractive on the Paris and Oynthlana pike the former being located 75 yards from the rpad and approached a beautiful heart drivewayThe several acres of land well sot In blugrass and shaded with cedars walnut and sever al stately oukand ash trees The lino of the Cynthlana and Paris Interurban railway which has been surveyed and will bo built within thoj next twelve months runs directly front of the premises and will afford quick transportation in either dlrec tion The farm will be sold In two tracts the homo place going lu tho direction from Paris to Cyathlana containing 236 acres and Including the Improve mens and the rental contract for 1010 will compose tract No1 ana the un improved land ly log Immedlab4y across the pike and containing 123 acres will compose tract No2 Tract Na 2 is ono of tho richest holies of land in Central It is deep virgin 8ul1lOntalnsoDlIbunl1rcd acres of fino timber and is richly set In bluegrass The timber consists of mammoth red and white oak blue and black asn maple and walnut trees and Is of such a variety and abundance as to bo sulllclcnt to build a number of tobacco barns This tract of land has up on It an elegant and commanding sltofor a residence Every aero pf the one hundred and twentyfive will produce I several fine crops oftobacco after which it would produce the hestcornaml wheat that could begrown Prospective buyers are Invited to visit the farm and inspect Its unequaled o grculturaltarmTho farm will first ho sold as a whole Including the rental contraction thttyetr 1010 and possession given March 1 sOllaraletractsbe accepted If sold separately purchasers of tract No2 can havo possession rite terms of the sale will be llbewl and will bo made known on day of sale For further particulars and informa tion call on or write GeorgeD r rv I 1 i let us Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank KY rn i E e C ili 1- itl W t 1nw y to you nod give you price f L L I M li HE If id of water best pen outside of LcxiugtouI KY We also do general and feed bull 1N C WALTON VIVct LR AT KentucKy Farms and Town Property Handled Commission Stocks and Bonds j SuM If Have Projxrty Sell or Rent Ue Write for Circular to R Ky tY Insuns and Tobacco rl Nothing B dO Jesse D The Insurance Man KY Reildenco Phone adt Ottlce ft Insure with mo null be fully protected B O Now Llvorv DopotStrootPhono 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY Above the Smoke and Ashes The fire insurance policy carries the thoughtful man safe from loss Your ashes will turn into just many good dollars and if there was ever money that looked like a godsend it is that which you reap from n policy that reimburses you for your loss by fire and that is doubly secure by being drawn by Fish Kye Phone 2OO iLr We Have TheMostl yi 1 UpToDate line of Pants i1Is 1ownj fII 3 1 greYt1browns nel greens and blue serges nothing but I style Come and show them to youiSAM ROBINSON STANFORD SJmEverything Booming I wwPiI SANDERS themI IfllEeEEE you have anything to etl in tho i STOCK LINE 1 Take to Nunnelleys New Stock Yards Ito buys Eel every day In the year except Sunday lkiagon your stock fleet market lathe fatato with plenty ecd and covered Louisville or STANFORD a hitch cltlj WI MCARTYlVw HUGHES Stanford Real Estate Coe Stanford on you to Notify L HUGHES Secretary Stanford fobacpa Insurance Wearen STANFORD GARTER so Pennington Stanford Undertaker and STANFORD ErnbalmerImee FoneiCT