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A Rood sized delegation COULD NOT FIND ATTEMPTS TO END HER LIFE More Agricu'tural Books. Tho Interior JouitNAf. has Juit re ceived another batch of the biennial re- port of tho Stato Commissioner of Ag- - ARCHITECT MILBURN INSPECTS COURTHOUSE CO HIS BROTHER'S BODY. from Lincoln Derby In Louisville j county attended the I Tuesday which wbs won by Gerst's San- horse Donau, with .loo Says Millionaire Mayo, Who Be- 'goodand Fighting Hob third. Morris sec- Walter W. Warren Will Sue Nearly nil ond ta Fe Kailroad For $10,000 For lieves He Is Only Man Who thu looal bunch had tho winner right ' mm. I tnml. ityfiiinmi A mntiif Ihnsn wlui His Brother's Death. Can Defeat O'Kcar. wero there were .1. T and S J. Kmbry, I Jr . J. C Eubank. Dr. M. M i'hlllip. Wnltor W. Warren returned from John C. C. Mayo, tho man who owns ltuHI Brown, John Owsley Held and Hrownwood, Texas, this week, whore F Cummins. more of E istorn Kentucky than any one J. ho went to search for the remains of man, nnd who hna always been a leader his brother, A. T. Warren, who was I of democracy in his part of tho state, blown up by tho premature dischargo Hunting His Horse nnnnunces tint hu believe that Jumv of dynamite during construction work, to lead the H McCreary Is tho man on the Santn Fo railroad near there n democratic party to victory In tho next B. Howard Hears Tliat lie Was few weeks ago. Not a truce of Mr. tat campaign. Ho says that he be- II. Warren has ever been discovered, nnd Sold In Mercer By Dr. Cose. lieves McCreary is the only man who hi brother was unablo to recover nny ran unite tho party und defeat O'lUar. portion of his remains. A dmpatch from Lexington to tho Cin- - j H. II. Howard, of Crab Orchard, was At the time of tho explosion Mr. Mayo cinnati Knqulrer had this about here on Saturday looking for his gray Warren was sitting astride a mule, su- and what ho said: buggy horse, which he hired sevcrul pcrlntending tho construction work John C. C. Mayo, of PainUville, the days ago to Dr. T. F. Gose, the veter After tho explosion, which came sud-- 1 millionaire coal, timber and land baron inarian, who spent several days in Uan denly and unexpectedly, the carcass of of Emtcrn Kentucky, and n pioneer In villa nlmnt Ivn wppks IlL'O. Dr. (i()SC mule, torn almost to shreds, and . ,, Mr iinn,r,i tho development work now in progress I it about half of the saddle, were found l ,..-.- ... rlT l. i ti in iraimecuun 01 L'..liibii -- w, js nn o)(, r8(1(,nt of Crab Orchard, hav several hundred feetnway, but no porhere to have a business talk with John ing been living thero for years and tion of Mr. Warren's body could be son N. Camden, and while in the city what has become of him is a mystery found. A huge mass of rock was torn talked Interestingly concerning tho It is said that his family left last week up and piled up by the force of tho exforthcoming gubernatorial raco in this for Nebraska. The case was placed in plosion, and some think that the body tate. the hands of Chief of I'olicc Logan may be entombed in this. Mr. Mayo U a democrat of strong Wood, who secured information leading Mr. Warren talked with many of tho He was a delegate from him to believe that the horse was sold workmen who wero in the construction convictions. tho Denver the state at largo to e crew under his brother, and ascertainin Harrodiburg last Monday to u and ho has been frequently party for $C0. It is worth $100. ed, he suys, that orders which he had importuned to make tho race for Con- Mr. Howard was much exercised over given as superintendent had been disogress from tho Tenth district, In which the mysterious case. Danville Advo- beyed in the handling of the dynamite. he is a recognized party leader. He consulted n lawyer while thero and cate. Lately ho has been mentioned as a Mr. Howard consulted with Sheriff suit will be instituted ut once against r, offlco of possiblo candldsto for the McCarty here about the matter, and the railroad company for $10,000 damabut his business interests arc too steps may bo taken for the apprehen- ges for tho death of his brother, which Urge and require too much of his time sion of Dr. Goic if ho can be located. it will be nlleged was canscd by negliand attention to permit of his making gence on ths part of the railroad comn race or accepting nomination for any pany and through no fault of his own. office. Big Fire In Garrard. He Is not a candidate and will not 1ms Waynesburg Odd Fellows n candidate, but he i strong for Jame Big Grain Elevator U. McCreary, who ii now at III homo Bradshaw's Burns, With $12,000 Loss. In Richmond unswering voluminous corAttend Session of Stanford Lodge respondence concerning his political fuOn Wednesday Night. elFire Tuesday destroyed the grain ture, and who will shortly make anof hU candidacy for the evator of Leslie Hroddhaw, in Garrard nouncement One of the nicest affairs in Odd Felcounty. Three thousand bushels of lows' circles in a long while was the democratic nomination for governor. con"I want to see the democrats redeem wheut and bOO barrels of corn were un- visit here Wednesday night of several Kentucky, and I am confident that they sumed. The origin of tho fire is of the officers and most prominent $12,- will do it if James U. McCreary is their known. Tho loss will aggregate members of the newly established lodge , standard-beareras l expect he will be, 000, and insurance $l,U00. at Waynesburg, No. 301 Tho mem bers of No. l&Ghere, gave their visiting ntthe next general election for State McCreary Broke His Hip brothers a hearty weclome, entertainoffices." said Mr. Mayo. ing them at supper at Carson's restauis the only man In the state, who can rant, where they had the best the marunite tho party and defeat O'Kear, who, l'fecl certain, will bo the republican When He Slipped And Fell And kets afford. In the evening the visitors John Wilson Died From Iin-- t nominee. In saying this, I believe I reattended the regular session of 156 in flect the opinion of a large majority of juries. its hall, and were made to feel that it was good to have been here. the people of Kentucky, irrespective of party affiliations. I am intimately acThe members of the Waynesburg John Wilson, a well known resident quainted with the wishes of the demo- of the county In the section near Crab lodge are a splendid body of men and crats In Eastern Kentucky, and they Orchard, died last week as the result of number some of tho most substantial are for McCreary. I never hear any an accident. While hauling some heavy citizens in the Southern part of the one else mentioned an having a possible poles, he slipped and fell, breaking his county. Among those who were guests G A. L. Foster, P. G. E. ehanco against O'Kcar. hip. As he was 07 years of age, the here were N. C. Jordan, Secretary Stanley Mcintosh, can harmonise all factions injury proved too serious a shock and V. G. H. H. Singleton, T. S. Reynolds, "McCreary in that section, and he will bring back he did not survive long afterward. He K. Y. Ha ard. J. W. Sweeney. Hen t tho party many men who left tho made his home with his son in the low dricks Hays, 11. L. Dumas. Clinton Sindemocratic ranks because of tho gold er part of the county and had many gleton, Dr. J. W. Acton and A. L. Wilder. and silver Issue, and who have since friends. bsen voting with the republicans or inHoofed It To Shelby ville. Thornton-Montgomerdependently. Wc want a business McCreaIn this state, and John Owsloy Reid and Hays Foster ry is the man who can give it to us. He Friends here have received news of started through to Louisville in the fordemonstrated that when he filled tho the marriage of George Montgomery mer's Cadillac motor car last Saturday rough office before, and he has sinco shown to Miss Hazel Thornton in St. Louis. All went well till they hit the Lawrenccburg and ability in that direction by the suc- Mr. Montgomery is an oldCaaey county pike between machine gavo down on hit The boy, a son of Eld. J. Q. Montgomery cessful management of his own private and brother of popular Chas. F. Mont- them between tho two towns and they affairs. Ho has a splendid position were compelled to foot it into bheluy-villgomery. where they telephoned to Louis"Yes, sir, I am strong for McCreary, with the American ureosoiing company ville for a repair man to come after the at Hugo. Okla. His many warm friends s and as vou folks hero in the in Kentucky will wish the joung couple car, and finished their trip by rail. country say when you have an especial all the happiness in me woriu. favorite In a horso race, I am sure that MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA. I am 'backing u winner." " For Blunder. REDEEM THE PARTY, I . Casey County Woman Goes Head ' SK i.T.1. ftiS And As A Result Notfury Trials friends ns long Will Be Had At May Term-- To First Into Rain Barrcl-Crad- ed books havo n very handsome agricultural map of Kentucky, as well as InSchool Flection Quiet. Make WriltenlRcport. formation of value to every farmer, "'"'L ' "". aliM-irtm- .,,, .... Wil-mor- gov-orno- May 12. Mrs. Richard McDantel, who has been in very feeble health for two or moro years, made nn attempt to end! her life Monday afternoon by jumping head first into a rain barrel. Herdaugh-te- r discovered her in time to save her life. This ia tho third attempt she has made to destroy her own life. Mrs. Lucy Black, who was before the magistrate last Wednesday charged with assaulting her hu'bnnd, waived an examination ol the charge and gave bond for her appearance at circuit court, with her brother, W. D. Elmore, e Thero was quite an ai bondsman ray of witnesses In the ana but only a few of them were of fmportnnce. From the headlines of our last letter, one might get the Impression that some of our ladies wero of the 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 disobedient. The Graded School will give an en tertainment on the evening of May 1G that promises to eclipse anything of the kind ever given here. The program is quite lengthy and is made up of recitations, drills and every thing 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 come and have a good time. Contrary to the expectation of every one. tho school election was a quiet one. The graded school people won in the election by safe majorities. Those who opposed tho school did not make the fight that was expected. In fact those who have heretofore taken an active part against the school, seemed to take little interest in the election of Saturday. JudgOjLincoln Wells and Q C. Godby were here last week negotiating with Joe Elliott for the right of way for a bridge across the river between here The right of way will and Yosemite. 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 He appears to be a good and evening 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 little hope of recovery. MiMiLEiiURa, or-thtwo-fiste- d state. served. nnd statistics of every county in the They are freo for the asking at the olllco of the I J. First come, first Want Another Bridge. Residents On Hanging Fork Take Up Matter With The County. Prominent residents of the northwestern portion of the county, near tho Uoylo line, are very anxious to have a bridge built over Hanging Fork, about half way between the bridge on the Stanford and Danville pike and that on the Danville and Lancaster pike. Alexander Brown, John Goggin, K. Dun-igaJames Hackley, J. A. Robinson and others have taken the matter up with Judge Bailey and the fiscal court and hope to secure tho bridge. They say that they are willing to contributo toward the cost if tho county will bear its share of the expense. High water on Hanging Fork has prevented many from getting to the city often during the 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 bean u, Architect Frank Milburn, who the new Lincoln county court house, made n careful inspection of tho building Saturday nnd ns a result, ho pronounced it in no condition yet for tho holding of circuit court. Upon this finding of the architect, it was decided that no jury trials will ho held nt this coming term of court, and nothing but the equity docket will be heard. Thia is the second postponement of court on account of the incompletion of the new building. Mr. Milburn did not make a full report. of his inspection of the building, which Contractor Krueger is almost ready to turn over to the county. He said that he would make his report in writing to the fiscal court. Speaking unofficially, however, Mr. Milburn said that the court house waa of splendid, strong construction. The finish, however, he does not think, corresponds to the architectural beauty of the building, being slightly rough, and for this reason he recommended that no form of acceptance of the 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 aa follows: Owing 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 county court have requested that no jury trials be had at that term of the court. The judge of the Lincoln cir cuit court concurs in their opinion and now he and the judgo of the Lincoln county court hereby give notice to the 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 . M.?"U. Sauflev. from attendance. Judge Lincoln Circuit Court. J as. P. Bailey, Judge Lincoln Coun ty Court. ideal place. . To Fly In Kentucky Men-Bird- s Will Hold Big Aviation Meet In Louisville. The people of Kentucky at last are to have on opportunity to see an aerosoarplane in flight, with real ing high in the air and executing diffi cult 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 held 9 in Louisville June at Churchill Downs, under the auspices of that paper, at which some of the world's 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. Hamilton, Horace F. Wild, "Bud" Mars and C. K Bates will also be in the contests bird-men 18-1- Glancing Shot Hit Danville Negro In Head And He Will Not Die. for the supremacy of the air. It is expected that low rates will be secured on all railroads leading into Louisville for these two days and it is crowds expected that will flock to the histories race course, where heretofore the Kentucky thoroughbred has held full sway. record-breaking How to Cure Eczema, Pimples And Dandtuff. Shel-byvill- e. e, blue-gras- Not Sorry blundered in thinking 1 was a'doomed victim of consumption, I might not bo alive now,'' The case of Hello Lawrence against writes D. T. Sanders, of Harrodsburg. y the Commonwealth, from Rockcastle, Ky., "but for years they saw that was reversed by the Court of Appeal attempt to cure a this week, with directions to give cough fail. At last I tried Dr. King's instructions to find the defend New Discovery. Tho effect was won ant not guilty of a misdemeanor in go-- derful. It soon Btopped tho cough and I am now in better health thau I have ing on a public highway bhhcicu had for years. This wonderful llfe-i- s smallpox," an unrivaled remedy for coughs, colds, la grippe, asthma, croup, hemorrhages, whooping cough or weak lungs. Saves An Iowa Man's Life. 50c; $1 Trial bottles freo. Guaranteed by G. L Penny. The very grave seemed to yawn be , Will Write a Book. foro Robert Madson, of West Hurlinu-tonIowa, when, after soven weeks in the hospital, four of the best physicians The Montgomery, Ala., Journal says: gave him up. Then was shown tho mar"Several of the Louisvilloi Nashville velous curative power of Electric Bit- employes in Montgomery are inventors of fright'-fu- l ters. For, after eight months. and authors. Will G. McKinney, of the suffering from liver trouble and union depot, is contemplating writing a yellow jaundice, getting no help from book, as he saves all of his best stories five bottles other remedies or doctors, and articles, and they are almost roady of this matchless mediclno completely for tb press." cured him. It's positively guaranteed If "Kinney" would write his Stanfor Stomach, Liver or Kidneg troubles ford experiences, especially when he Only 50c at G. and never disappoints. they would was "King of L. Penny's Drug Store. be rich. Rockcastle Case. "If my friends hadn't Skin Sufferersl Drop Greasy Salves And Nasty Medicines. ev-or- lung-rackin- g rv 1 That mild, soothing liquid, D. D. D. Prescription, stops tho awful itch with tho first drops. A prescription of acknowledged value. Get a trial bottle at 25c. It will take away tho itch right away and you will sleep eoondly. We assure yuu personally of the merits of this remedy, for we KNOW. Shugars & Tanner. We desire to say that when we took the agency for Zemo, we wero convinced that it was a valuable remedy for eczema, pimples and dandruff. Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases, We are pleas ed to stato that we shall continue the agency, as Zemo has given splendid re sults wherever recommended. Our cus tomers like Zemo, too, because it is a clean, vegetable liquid for external use, Zemo effects its cures by drawing to the surfaco of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease, leaving the skin clear and healthy.' It does not soil the clothing or linen and can bo used freely on Infants. With every purchase we give a booklet on skin diseases explaining in simple words how any person can be cured at home of any form of skin or scalp disncientific remedy. eases by this G. L. Penny, Druggist. clt-a- Base Ball Saturday. Thursday afternoon to cross bats with the team there, just as the I. J. was going to press for this issue On Saturday the crack Harrodsburg high schbol team comes over for a game, and one of the best of the sea son is expected. All loyal fans are expected to bo out, for Harrodsburg is making a hard bid for tho amateur championship of tho state, and would liko to wrest it from Stanford. The Stanford ball team went to o Came Here to Get Auto Fixed. Stanford is conceded to bo cattle, tobacco, wheat and horso market in this part of and now it is gaining fame corn and tho State, in motor Guy Hundley, of Danville, circles. drove over in his big automobile car Wednesday morning to have Georgo Harris fix one or two points about it which ware not in good working order. He said that he considered Mr. Harris a better man with an auto than anyone in Danville, so drove tho ten miles expressly to havo him put tho machine in Accompanying Mr Hundley shape. wero Messrs. Chenault and Robinson Huguely, both well known and popular the best Money In Chickens. The increasing money which is being made out of the poultry industry in Kentucky was Illustrated here, Monday when Henry Brown, the produce man of Harrodsburg, said that during the month of April his firm had bought over $20,000 worth of eggs. An enormous amount of poultry and eggs is being purchased every month by the local produce men. Stanford u becoming one of the very markets in the State for small farm Rat-Row- ," here. Is It Being Sold? tancaster Beaten Again. The Markets. Cincinnati, 78S; The Lancaster High School team and Thirteen Gallons of whisky arrived express for various parties in Stan a nine from Nlcholasvllle crossed bats by Most of it was con at Lancaster and the home players were ford Wednesday. aicno,! ta natrroes. but some came to completely wonted by the visiting wWU eMlgiw4M. Bd the elty dem't team, the tear sUj common $2 75(Z5 40. Hoes Receipts 2.090: market BCtive. 15c higher; butchers and shippers fO 75 a.'KmHto& (M9.80; common G.1Will 7G; - Receipts Mav market steady; fair to good ship-pur- s 12-C- attlo 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 have been received from there. Helm was the "innocent bystander" who always gets hurt when the altercation be gan between Leo and Bryant, both of whom are characters. Both Epidemic Of Mumps had been drinking, for it is said that booze could be had for the asking here Has Struck Stanford And Is Not court day, a number of agents of whisConfined to Children. ky sellers giving away samples to those who desired it aa advertisement of Stanford is in the throes of an eti their goods. demic of mumps now. Several children Helm was sitting outside the house in are suffering from thia annoyance, and who which Lee and Bryant began their frathere are one or two "grown-ups- " have not proven immune. Miss Mar- cas. Lee used a double barrelled dergaret Hopper, teacher of the Seventh Grade of the city school, is confined to ringer and Bryant an improved Smith her home with the disease. As com- & Wesson Special. Neither's aim was mencement time approaches rapidly, good enough on account of their condiconsiderable effort was made to find a tion, to hit each other. A bullet from substitute teacher for her grade, Mrs, one of the guns, however, struck tho W. K. Warner, who is well experienced. finally consenting to do the work tem- sido of the house, and glancing off, porarily. struck Helm. A physician at Danville, Gatewood Beazley and Jean Paxton whence he was immediately taken, has Higgins and Tom Bright Elizabeth In is beare among the many victims of the mal- located the ball the skull and it may lieved he will recover, though he ady. never have the use of all his faculties "Hyomei certainly saved my life and again. Bryant and Lee aro being held I accord it the credit which it deserves examining trial. Mrs. Ada Hopkins, of to await ond merits." Coldwater, Mich. Hyomei is guaranteed by G L. Ponny to cure catarrh, C. E. Union. coughs, colds, croup or sore throat. $1 for complete outfit. The Kentucky Christian Endeavor Mrs. Bell's Condition. Union will hold its 20th annual convention in Louisville on Friday, Saturday The Harrodsburg Republican says 1910, and from that Mrs. Bell ia improving rapidly and and Sunday, May it is hoped that it will not be long until the advance reports now obtainable. It she is able to travel. Tho condition of appears that the present campaign for Mr. and Mrs. Gbddard is not so encour- 110 new societies within a year, or an aging for speedy recovery. The time average of one new society to every of the burial of Judge Bell's remains hero has often been asked us, but as county in the state, will be more than yet wo are unable to say with any de- successful, the present rate of increase gree of certainty. If it is decided that In Kontucky being greater than at any Judgo Bell's remains be brought home previous period in the history of the before Mrs. Bell comes, it will only be state union, after obtaining her consent, which has not been secured. Tho doctor advises Shall Women Vote? that she stay in Seattle for some time, as the trip and sad experience would to If they did. millions would vote Dr, injure her in her weakened state. King's New Life Pills the true remedy for women. For banishing dull, fagged feelings, backache or headache, conWill Promote Beauty. stipation, dispelling colds, imparting apWomen desiring beauty get wonder- petite and toning up the system, they Easy, safe, sure. ful help from Bucklen'a Arnica Sal'ie. are unequaled. It banishes pimples, skin eruptions, .'11 at Penny's Drug Store. sores and boils. It makes the skin sott Col. and velvety. It glorifies the face. It well-know13-1- ac Ti A page two THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. IT'S ALWAYS BAD. MAY 13th 1910 The VEIIY Interior Journal Established 1872. Double Your Profits by Using an mWWWWWWmW9WWWmWWti 0 O TUESDAY AND FIUDAY At $1 Tor Year In Advance. The Best of Backs Are Bad When They Ache. And Stanford People Know It. A bad back is always bad. Dad at night when bed time comes. INDIANA SILO. Isrtllt1tsl w wW w commission in Kentucky, but they nev- mained very weak. When doing any er will be as long as the companies can thing that required stooping, my back Rehire state officials with lots of influence became very lame and painful. membering what Doan's Kidney Pills to watch their Interests before the had done for mo previously, I procured a box at Shugars & Tanner's drug storo Some mighty fleet horses have raced and they gave me great relief. Doan's at Churchill Downs, but none have ev- Kidney Pills have my highest endorse er raced as fast as will the aeroplanes ment." which will fly there shortly In the comFor sale by all dealers. Price GO cts Co., Buffalo, N. Y. sole ing aviator meet. The Louisville Times is promoting this big affair, which in- agents for the United States. sures its success. The Times is always Remember tho name Doan's and first in anticipating the public's desires, take no other. and thousands will journey to LouisGroom 78 Bride 21. ville; to enjoy thisllatest stroke of newsterprise of tho biggest and best Sampson Estep, aged 78 years, and paper in the South. Miss Mollie Smith, acred 21 years, were Friends aro urging Hon. Woodson married at London Tuesday. This was groom. May, of Somerset, for the democratic tho fifth marriage of the Foster-Milburn A sk any man who uses one. 51 per cent, of the food value of corn Just as bad in tho morning. Publisher HELTON 8AUFLEY is contained in the shucks, cob. leaves and stalk, lflncrccntin the Ever try Doan's Kidney Pills for it 7 Know they euro backache cure ev- grain, therefore corn hand- led by cutting and shocking Entered nt tho Post Offlco at Stanery kidney ill? in the field loses 51 per cent, by putting in the SILO Ky., as Second Class mall. ford, If you don't some Stanford people do. 5 per cent, total food value saved by feeding through the Read a case of it: SILO is 95 per cent. Simeon Raines, Main Why continue to waste H half of your feed and have Taft whipped the insurgents into Street, Stanford, carpenter. E. "Some poor stock? Ky., says: When the INDIANA SILO is within the bill. line and they passed his railroad years ago I used Doan's Kidney Pills reach of all and fully guar $185 SILO holds antccd. An amendment to the measure places H feeds 28 cattle six months. and telegraph companies un- with good results. In 1900 I met with nine acres of corn and telephone an accident which brought on a recurAlso agent for the most ensilage and equipH der tho Interstate Commerce CommisI recovered ments, Cutters, Practical rence of kidney complaint. Hfe conveyor and corn elevator sion. The same companies ought to be so that I could work, but my back re and loader. : controlled by the railroad or some other V H 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 won Hats. is the The best hat made John B. Stetson. We sell them at $3.50 $4 and $5 and carry them in the full older mens shape. Also a great variety of shapes and! colors in the young mens' to-d- ay 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 :::::: R. E. GAINES. te H VIHHP So Light You Can Lift if Yet So Strong you Cannot Break it. V TL. Al SiRI II J Thnts how every one o 3 JZ" WBMm nomination for clerk of the Court of Appeals next time. Mr. May is a clean, gentleman of tho type that makes officials who have the best As he interests of the state at hails from our good neighbor of Pulaski, Lincoln county democrats will undoubtedly feel very kindly toward him. Ho would make a faithful official. d Prohibition Convention Resolutions. possible price. Remember you look nt real carriages here not n picture book. w our carriages made just look, nt our buggies, if you want to see carriages built in the icst Iossible materials and in the lest possible way nnd sold nt the lowcs t The prohhibition party of Kentucky, in convention assembled, in the city of Louisville, May 5, 1U1U. trusting in (Jod for the final complete triumph of prohibition reform, and believing that nei- We wonder if Brother Duncan, of the Meade County Messenger, really believes that everything he says in his labored defense of Den Johnson as the 1903 ' ideal candidate for the democratic nomWe call upon each Congressional disination for governor, is true. If he trict in Kentucky to nominate a candi The direct nomination bill was de- does, he's the worst fooled man on pol- date for Congress and pledge these canin the New York Assembly by a didates, if elected, to stand for: itics in the State today. 1st, The submission by Congress to vote of 77 ayes to S7 nays. the several states of an Mayou Gaynob, of New York, is thethe Federal constitution amendment to prohibiting proving himself a bigger man than the the manufacture, sale, importation, exwhen Tammany portation and transportation of alcocountry believed him elected htm. Ho has just closed a the- holic liauors for beverago purposes : 2J, To of atre in New York, which was featuring the liquor the immediate prohibition Col traffic in the District of pluys of immoral suggestion. nmbia, in the Territories and in all "l know what is good d over which the Wonder if our friend Dunlap is sor- places has jurisdiction; National governfor young and old Vco-the repeal of tho ry now for some talking that he did, ment writes Mrs. Clara internal revenue tax on nlcnholic liqone time? uors nnd the prohibition of the interlykstra, a trained nurse state traflic therein Bellingham, of South $100 Reward, $100. We further declare for a ballot based Wash., "and will say that The readers of tMa paper will bo pleased to Intra on intelligence nnd moral character onthat Uiere Is at least on dreaded disease that science I consider Cardui the betf baa been able to cure In an Iti stages, and that Is ly. Catarrh, llall'a Catarrh Cure U the only poslttte Believing in the righteoutness of medicine for cirls andM Catarrh cure now tnon to tho medical fraternity. being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutht'io principles and in their final triwomen. It makes them tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken peracting directly upon the blood and mucous umph, we invite all ternally, feel like new persons, resurfaces of the system, thereby destroying the sons, who are weary of the dilatory lieves their pain and regfoundation of the disease, and Klrlng the patientg tactics of our legislative bodies; to join strength by building up the constitution and ulates womanly troubles. nature In doing Its work. The proprietors hate with us in the election of Congressnvvi so much faith la Its curative powers that they Oder from Kentucky, who will support these "Both my daughter and 1 One Hundred Dollar! for any rase that It falls to principles and protect our homes with cure. Send for list of testimonials received great benefit" Addrese F. J. CHENEY & CO . Toledo. O. their votes, which they are by their hold by all Druggists. TSc. election commissicned to cast for us E5t Tale HiU't Family mis for constipation. against the beverage liquor traffic, and against all delay measures in the inter22-est of the traffic. ther the democratic nor republican parties will or can give us prohibition of the liquor traffic, declare our allegiance to the national prohibition party, fully endorsing its platform, adopted in L H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Kentucky. I OUT nOdUCe DHllg Vn DnJ..n. D ",, i ted I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ... v 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .. 0 0 : 0 i". 0 0 0 ... v; 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 'i ni ; . W 4' The next best hat is the "Swan brand" to sell at $2.50 $3 and $3.50 and they are a styles. close second to the Stetson. They are always up to the minute in style and their wearing qualities is perfect. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ml T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 Norse Says 1 opened a produce home on Som eisct street and will pay the hifheil market price for all kuMss ol country produce. Bring us Ue hae Mult. jour H. X McROBERTS, Stanford, Kentucky. , " f , 0 0 0 0 0 M. O BASTIN c CO . SlaRford, Ky. 0 vmC" IJLACKSMITIIIXG Uilnii your HlarksinithltiK ami Kemrnl ri'pnlr work to me. Horse alioeltiit v HHtlifnrtlon cunriintted, shop opposltv a SljIS i J t i 0 b iiiiiijis Mtmford, Ky. , tuiitivir.nnr, JAMKH K,tsats m & Will mtiku lii'iis Iny, euro tliem ? ol anil keep them in goixl thrifty condition, f The iiicrcuK' in the iiiitnlwr of .','j; laid, ill more tin. n ny for tho Mimll cxiviih oi Iwiliti. It U milil nt I'ciiny'K Drug tjtore. G. L. I'cnny R. H. Cofltv 1!. R. IIUACKKTT, C.limnn H In- right-minde- d L,Beazley&Co., ia?-- assUt-In- !)r. Esss' Poultry Fanacsa is w m w m ''3S- ,v J tr KZL - -- ?TU.3r!9tirr3Bilf rtTl2LS'is.;u. Constipation Cure Free lt Big Jim. J. N. Gash and Nevtn Carter will stand the good mule jack, 15 hands high with good u eight Take CARDU I I Ss ?SiSR5!!!SWi TWI i,Yl --I- S&S With the first signs of constipation you resort to the home methods of relief, such as hot or cold water on arising, lots of stewed fruit with your breakfast, etc., but what do you do when these fail? The majority then start on salts and The Woman's Tonic As a medicine for female trouble, no medicine you can get has the old established reputation, that Cardui has. Fifty (50) years of success prove that it has stood the greatest of all tests the test of TIME. As a tonic for weak women, Cardui is the best, because it is a woman's tonic. Pure, centle. safe, re liable. Try Cardui. f but try something practical sensible. a remedy made and Intended and the purfor pose you are trying to accomplish. Such a remedy, as thousands can testify. Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Fcpsln. which is guaranteed to bo permanent In Its results. Its Ingredients are such that by a brief use of It the stomach and bowel muscles are trained to again do their work normally, so that In tho end you can do away with medicines of all kinds. That It will do this Mr J. y. Dodson of Eanvllle. Va.. will gladly attest, and so will Mrs. S. A. Hampton of Portage, O. To those who aro still skeptical there Is a way to provo these assertions without a penny of epene: S'mply send your name and address to Dr. Caldn ell and obtain a free sample bottle. After using It. If you aro then convinced It Is tho remedy you need, buy a fifty cent or one dollar bottle of your druggist and continue to use It for a brief time until rured. The directions are simple nnd the doso Is small. It Is pleasant tc the taste, does not gripe and Is promptly effective, and these statements are guaranteed or money will bo refunded. This remedy Is over a quarter of a century old and Is personally taken by more druggists than any other similar remedy on the American market Rerausa purity and of Its effectiveness, taste It Is the Ideal laxative remedy for children, women and old folks generally. Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased lo give you any medical advice you may desire for yourself or family pertaining to the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely free of charge Explain your case in a letter and he will reply to you In detail. Fur the free sample simply send your nam and address on a postal card or Mherwlse. For either request the doctor's tddress Is Dr. W n. Caldwell, IMOOCald well building, Montlcello, III. and bone. Sired by Caldwell's Old Giant, one of the largest jacks Kentucky affords, and ii out Big Jim of one ol Caldwell's premium jennets. Lien rehat proien himself a fine mule jack. tained on coks till season money (which is $8 to Due caie to prevent insure a living) is paid. accidents by not responsible should any occur. purgative waters, then chance to cathartic pills, etc. If you have gone through Will stand atNevin Carter's place. these various stages you know they wero J.N.CASH and NEVIN CARTER. all useless, so rar as permanent results Turncrsville, Ky ko. Now you should try Just once again, Undertakers and Embalm en. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings, Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right 4iMPy ieiii3Hra - KENTUCK Y fiTAFtFORD, IS 1 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I cnn;iurnlsu tlie punncwitu the brst, as well as the frrsliest of cut How its. iilnnla tif nli kinds, tiulhs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also iniike i speclultyol wreiiths tor (or funeral iiunxises. in connection wim me move 1 liiiTo all kinds ul legetnble. nu liuucl ri'itsonuble prices PEININY'S DRUG STORE, 'S3 W 3 !i Stnnford, Kentucky. H to m I IHKlrjTMANUltKrN Kit llfllllAIMP. l'llOlt. Hlnn'rd, Ky IKifHKH. .OTJCREflNG "We nre I llrst-elns. I - - f- I1., - j In position to do nil kinds of con- crotlni;, sueli as lllock Work, ruvtmieiils nd. In fact, we win nmke any thlntf from r 3228. house down tun fence post. We can ere s on promptly and Runrunte.i A. S. II. R. nork Sued by Dignity Dare 1982. he Ly Cheslei before nnd nmlerlal. Oull und net our prises you buy your material at leust. Dare 10, he by Black Squirrel 58. he by King William 97. 1st dam Toiaway 4760, also argutered in Vol. 10, A. T. II. R. She by Almont Dare PHILLIPS BROS., Stuufunl, Ky. ,fk U W 1 Jj 1 I 2 kigj lb ..vol "'-y- a a s Put the Cook in a Good Humor by nrovidinji her with a sack of BmiKhman's Fancy Patent No. 1 Hour, Then she will have a chance to show for fair what a fine baker she is. With such line (lour as Dauuhman's Fancy Patent No. she knows she cannot make any ex cuse for poor baking. Order a sack trxlay and see what lovely bread, biscuits, cake and pastry will be the result. A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEErC" J. H. Baughman & Co. Uurtfin, KentucKy. TO THE FARMERS. h n I KI-o- 1 wlllcontlnue to bundle Fertilizers in the am a sruduute of Jones National Hchool Jumbo and MoKlnuey sections und ask my ol Auctioneers, Ohtoago, und have liiul In tho big cuttle sales at the Union old patrons to remember me. I also nk the Htook Yards, UhlcuKo, where wh sold tome patronage of many new customers. Also In Ij.I'.HII'I'I.K, thoroughbreds us high us tales were made each London, Ky horsi sales where day. Auctioneering It a acleuce and 1 Inn e or phone me ktudledllwlth this lilfii. before you arruune for jour sale. I can & iiiaketalesloyouruuvuntiige. I'll u.NKas-Ilaveyour measure taken by a tailor of experience. Then your clothes, whether a low price business suit or tho finest evening ololnee, will have thut Individuality und nt which plainly Indicate they were made to Dealer In and Manufacturer of; your muasure. I will also take your measure for estra trousers, fanoy vests, top Marble coatsl and; overcoats. Hprlngaud Humuie, samples uu baud ready lor your Inspection Markers and 1'qsU, Owuelery and Lawn rr V. w . IS, n laivufw twk.. I.KWr, ami works, Ue- Vasesaud Hvtlefs. liiul Htaaford, Ky. Ky. y, . I () flo. Hi-- Spring Summer Stock Harry Jacobs, and Granite $ot 3?Jr!Ju - L Abdallah Mambruo 37 IS. he by Almont (33); 2nd dam Lady Davis by Cut Davu, by Dour, bon Chid; 3rd dam Maine S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner,, by Imported Glenco; 4lh dam lUl-ti- e C, by Cunningham's Coppeibottora, 5th dam by Imported Duitard. NOTE. Almont Dare, so far as we are able to discover it ihe lint horse on record having to with his own his credit the honor of defeating progeny thote ol Ms sire, Uignily uarc. Since lie first became a sire he has had Irom I to 4 premium colli shown each year at the different county (airs and they are developing into a fine lot ol walk, hot and 5 gaited, ones. This horse u the result ol a lifelong mating with the best dams and sires obtainable, and at a natural lesuh is a fine horse, beautiful bay, about 16 hands, and made (at, would weigh around 1200 pounds. A show horse among champions, fully their peers, going 6 distinct saddle gaits all fast, true and naturally extremely high. A high lailtd one. I le is a full brother to that walk.trot gelding Netilcton that sold at a 4 year old lot $3,. 600, and lo Tioiy Dare that has won more premiums than any mare ever sir J by Dignity Dare and a list ol others too numerous lo men-lioThis horse, owing to age and location, will male the season at our stable, 2 1 .2 miles from I lustonville on Hus tonvillc and Liberty pile, at $15 lo insure a live coll. Marcs traded or bied elsewhere tenders season due. Crass in abundance at $2 pet month. Our persona! attention to all sloes, but will not be responsible for accidents. Correspondence and best of all iaipechon invited. E. S. POWELL fit SON. Hustonville, Ky. J. J. BELDEN, For lioiu enrrlnKe nnd sign ixilntliiK trimming txirHir liuiiKlnnnlsuliUKiiy of nil kinds such as tops recovered curtains und boots made Htopoer Alilrlilue'n black smith shop West Muln Ht., Hlanforit Ky., Tlione Ko.C?V 1(ho-mtl-- r II m tn 3 tn M M ? O a J J IIKI.DKN. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I desire to sell prlvutely'uiy stock of dro cerletnrid llnrdwure. liolni; a good nest. Will lnolco about K.OM, Iteaaon Ill liesltU. GEO. D. HOITKlt, HttuifordCKy. C5 o V bu. 3. When Hungry itettuurunt Jjincmter, Htreet, Htanford K. MealttervtHlatullliourt up tolliM i m. Host place lu wu;for u good quick meal, Cooking to suit our customertour specialty. Hplendld new Hue of fancy Groceries. Hot Oollee, Handwlcbet, pies, Ilutter milk and sweet milk, etc., at all times. Carson's GOTO When You Have 'Jo Hell Call - H. B. Northcott, Staulord, Ky. Tliouo 153. K. A. CARSON, Prop. t- THURMANK. TUDOR, "Manager. TAiST4Si aii -r iHmjMta "X .ytj .ofiOT'AT?. , , 'irroT, sqmwvva rB NotWithstnSdJns' hht largo quantifiers 3 ?it THREB King. Eagle, Jr. Hri.' lATr-i3th:l- oio m 0?HHiNa?BEIOE-JOURNAHrSTANPOBDpKJ- J, f, 7 i P i-i- v 4 $0 A becoming sense of tho eternal fitness' 'ftt testis', wtiicn are. produced In too United States, thero wcro Imported of things would suggest tho propriety last year mora than 2,800,000 bushel, of having at least a couplo of months ctapso between tho publication of n 1 valued nt over $1,000,000. card of thanks and action on the part King Eajle of tho heirs at law to take steps to ,& vTlio jnanufncltirors, of almost all dHt wlipffhey consider nn equitable V0I.6A S.H.R. No. 2556; be b Ro.l brands of Block foods roalire ilmt stock f2555;r.ebyOnTime745j he by Stonedoo tiot, jin a ruet get nil tlio naltfJioy partition of tho estato of tho deceased wall Jaclton 72; Royal King', lit dam Molts Mount 2584, wai by the noted nre CabbelPa nerd, fionce put In a generotw itfpply relatlyfe. ljntntfietn K Q LT.'. P I.. I.. J rt If of this much relished condiment. BY Ucn manuro Is too concentrated a rM ?M. h.b, Old King Eagle AGENTS FOR liberal-ly- , fertilizer to be put on tho land JO nam ' . he hv M,!! mffl'rf F.&TRIGG fn loose, rolling solls'alfafa Is' prefJ. as Is dono with other manures. It ru....Llt .f.L narnt or Jim aam ".""""'-'jJkT (fur erable to nti ntitiual legutuo like crlin-ho- should be mixed with dust or litter n ill' lu d,m w iMo'lie kEMTRALFOUlt f clover or cowpens, because when wbllo accumulating, and even then one the byOld Drennon, 2nd dam Copper Bot nOGUE RIVER . ome established tho soil needs no should spread tho stuff sparingly. Wo torn and turn back loDavy Crockett, ihorough- E. M. VALLEY plowlhonityl bur slight harrowing for have known'of mature npplo trees be. . ... Note. Kmg Eagle it fire OREGON several years. ing knocked out by too much kind- wall one white hind loot, yeart old; dark bay nice ma.ie and tail. He CCRRESPONOtNCC In tho application of this fer- Itariflt .... ,III l.J, K....1. l.L ness lull L. I tie ,DI - ...,,. SOLICITED ,vl nCTgn, The newly set wood lot ivlll do best tilizer and welt proportioned in every way. ltiJ If given .much tbQ'uamc cultlvatlpu as A combined ttallion wuh plenty o( tpeed. ( l Ins rf.ittni i f ntft bo rrfint'l witholltex tilled 'crops, for Jho law of rapid Treating seed Ofrn with coal tar by ttyle and action, and hit colli ihow that hr 11 a J out t j 111 pen 21, ruwth for trees nud plant life is the stlrrlug a small quantity of It In a ...: uicoin. .e nau com 10 come lait Spnn niittnely', u'dcqiiitc clrcdlatlon of peck-'orl.. .1 ICO I L r .i, scd nt a tlmo so that each lhal Ihe nurnramake ..,. ,jyj ,u, oeiore weaning A SMALL GAME. lime. He will the the air and moisture In ttfc sojl. kernel Is smeared with alittle of the barn, one mile wett o( iraion ol 1910 at our ' I A word of caution tiuij-- ho of halp;M on t--r tar is said to keep the crows and go- Creek at$IO to insure Waynetburg MareiFullinga living colt. tradwho' contemplate shipping Danville, Ky. During tho last fiscal. year the ICC phers from touching tlio corn nftcr It is COtlLCO DtlllVillC m Drra eliewhere my bold Rood to iiMtcrn stntc. partlcu Of Avrxil Into thu United planted. If tho kernels nro Inclined to content lorfeiti the iniurance and the without bemoney Inrly those liorderlns on tho PaclOc. Staled nmounted to 'JitO.COO.OOO pounds, stick together more corn should be come! due at the time ol luch tranuction. Care For tho laflt worked In nnd possibly a llttlo flour, will be taken to prevent accident! but not retpon-iibTlili Iihs refiTotiro to Including In ship, valued nt f 15,000,000 ihould any txcur Will alto Hand a ' which will tend to keep tho kernels incut of "houacfliold ortdV only those dersdo the consumption of wool COOn Mill F lAri' CMI I,7;iO,Ooi),0)0 pounds, of which 3S apart. ' tlilngi which tnrc cliuseil as such In lied by ST.' Ham! grcfl' v BillrKeene and out jkt cent, valued nt ?2L1,000,0UU, wns i Tor further tin) frolulit Kchcdules, and what these the time ol wch tranuction. f 'V Importeil ,. Tho sooner soil la harrowed nfter rtAnHt hint,. kl.L .. ..L .. L... information call on Ol adJrtM the undertirnrd. arc uiay bo nwertnlmil from t be sRpnt ..v.a niie, pomii. lie hat being plowed the more completely will proved himtell lo be a good bleeder. Will Hand : nt the (idhit of kliliint'iit. io If the lxjy couldn't have both, but It retain tho moisture nt and near tho at $8 to injure a living colt. A hen retained on Not Ioiir since n Kentlcman who could cboo.o ttie oue or tho other, lis No, 2550 surface, for tlio blanket of tine, mellow all colt! until the leaion money ii paid. 16 hand. engriKeil n throtiKti citr to tho Would he Vol. 6. A SHU. Kma Eaite h hnd lieller oiiilliined fur llfi. with earth thus made checks a rapid evap-- . v. r W'ih. daik bay with flowing mane and Uil, ton I coshI. tifmr loading Ills good liAtDWELLffilJON thought jwpecti K. t. U. 4. WAYNESBURC. KY. ll the pull with plenty ol iprrd, ttyleand aibon. 4I7W.) IuJiuilP1 eadi edftelfhavlBgin itEdliuuml oration of the moisture. Since this is Nil. in wouui (Kit iu two or three ttn or pa'nmtage so a delaying of tho harrowing will Ph by Vol IT V T II it ,'tir"l l.v i;uen..l.ltpck ! ,V 'iPEDIGREE. Sued by Royal Kmi.2555.hr l l -- i n K Alilnnil llicwik 'uit baled liny. At the liiit dlrisjod point eudowisj with a fat bank account only. servo to more quickly dry a soil that ' bytjn lime, ). lie ly Stonewall jackton. J, er llroritelnwn IihiIwI t'.w. o.id Ixr Willi left IU0.1 ,Xjut before the enr nrrlved nt IU destinaThe possession of the former will en- contains more molstilro than Is reiI Ro)l Kmjt'i In dim Mollte Mountt, 3504. tilt..,lii(t 1U, 'idniln IiIbIi. l I'rniuMi k Mirrii ly nnriu iirixik.j .o tion the enr wai Inupccted nud bv lb Doled tite Cahbeli'i Lexington F 5. able him to keep his bead level in quired proper germination of Sfoncwull .Tr IWnV. rrcor.1 1 In', tf... arv of Marilnn-- t charges exneted which Increased many time of stress, wbllo tho latter the seedfor the Is to be placed thereI lip 3579, King Eagle'i lit dam the by Eale which llntliitntct'lis 1 llMtli. Ilrnok.lilit' iri,. !.freight hill more tlmn $100. TIiuk would more likely prove a pitfall ahd in. In sections Eagle. 750, 2d iir Ik'UuriMik , BJ 1014. he by Old King '7'.. JriinlD lirnoK, ill J:ir". the of tho west where fiThii fine Mack taddU tallinn w. ...i L...L. flllott Hti.ii...s l'i Unlr llrnolc. ti nnd Instead of being n xnurce of profit the a suare than of any positive benefit. , dam by Krd L)on, 3rd dim by ilartu Denmark moisture Is nt n premium strict atten- great laddie breeding ttallion. Old Stonewall :''. Mru llriKik l.y hr by Mdler't Denmark, 45. 4ih dam by Jim ItunnlnK llrixtii, run, inHllcnt 01 ij.Tircit-llilh- t small ntuoutit of liny shipped cost closo I ..... , .n tion is paid this fact of moisture mm Wai a uenmaik mare. He it a lrkiillil. llruhtlijlit, H:in',. ninllim. to $10 a ton to i bell (thoroughbred ) tiov-- t lraniort. Tho loHou nice colt, and hat colli to prove hii l. yimr Nil. M, It Is generally conceded by experiKing Eagle it a comhinrj ttaluoQ, 1:'xr iMrknlxht ln-- l b goodbreed. rHCHinli'fT Aatilnnil llrouk'altt 1I11111 llunii wns n costly one, but It was well enced fruit men fNOIE. ol fine color and hh ttvled colli, they Wreiiliv Aililnml Wllkm.Mii .rwnrdfilTS. ng. Will Hand at $8 to inture until that heavy pruning Xo the nvurago (introii of weaning learned. all ha nog Hie, tlyle and aclwn. I le turd the thr aire n( JnUu It. rientrv. I.in1,. Kiilly Tn during tbo dormant period tends to If the truth were known It would me. We hold a lien on all colu untiLpaid (or. llrd trniiMportntlon compnnliH this lookH produce iiinvy ok lhal won the $50 tlile al the Stanford lair er. I.'l'. AalilniKl Wllkfa tlrml lith the sea- probably coma to light that tho In- Uarten marei made to Hand by the impregnate . Wllkr., I7t. Ii. I and the $1(10 tlakr al the Lancartrr (air, drfrat- - ilmii. Htilo I.tllv hr OwirRH Wllk.t xinil II Uo straining nt n guilt nud tnklng po of pruning creased cost of living is due to a sub- We have peifect lucceii in this breeding. son following Pri'trndrr UM tnl ilatii TliU ifig ihef e (our ol the net ol the (tint Rex of tniitlug nnd unsuspecting by Jim Jtourcx. kiI. l Hilly Hrpckinridrtn Mirr.- - AttilKml Brimk la n linnilinmr Iminlgrnnts Cor the poorly concealed Is therefore desirable for young trees stantial Increase In freight nnd express THh get o( King Eagle wat tecond in build-In- e growth of wood ns well as to a perceptible Intia-tlowith Iota III iUlxtnlKW Iihiii Uil(WH.vnr purpose of picking tlie $100 tlale at llarroJhuig. wiih 24 entries Thlt fine Jrl irV ..... .: ,cuI L.. a their pockets. ltr where good frame nre mid the 'aim. rates mill iinul jicthm. Willi ih.I im " "Jor jonn of the chief of the circulating medium and "and defeated llie colt that toon thu tttkr two out ?nlnr old auJ tlm.v a holdup game that 1om credit to uo roll" nrH til '" make Al ibrrr thowt. I m colli am in demand, bnnj nrnlluii oituUI axwi't, tbey lnMirlnu atvlr railroad inaiiiigcincut, nnd It goes with- With mature bearing trees the prun- scarcity of some staple food supplies D,,H,"n;.imPorted.. I )ck- - . He lo inture the tea- khI a oulrira with plnty (if oli1 unit gri'iit a Y".."" "ivuujuiiniijo ing, If iroor caro has previously-bee- n advance In transportation rates until weaning lime. Hu get ol 1909 it now colt Kint Lagle will mate the aihI ftnlth AtniHnct llriHik alrml Hi icrent out saying Unit It would yie highetl pricet. not be prac- given, should bo ligbt and should i This been very quietly made, on Katon al die low price ol J 5 to laturr twi hhIII' llriKik, thnt ticed nt all In sections where has t but the mv firm In thnw i ki'snnJ L i there dono during July and August, which Increase has been considerable, and Milit for PM Athtmul Ilronk will iiiakr tli colt. the I lire oal getter. pTHaeut fwiionnl tlaliilnaurtin IHIuKji'kII was even a semrflnuco of couietltlou itrtcnt alto tland the crrat mule acL. Jim Krenr will Itidiire fruit rather than wood middleman and distributer Iu order It Is trlokB run! sctildiiddcry of (tils A. T. TRAYLOR fQ. SOUs. lo' main and 20 lor ennett to inturr a to come out whole has had to add this typo practiced by souio transportation produetiou Jim Kmte wrd by llie teat R4ly PLEASANT HILL ndvaUco to tbc prices be had been prelit dam by the Imp. John We Ik, 2nd dam couiianlis tlini tend to put the whole Breeding Farm; Stanford. R. D. No. 4. Where it U uot desired to grow an viously asking for bis goods, which "handi hijlx Jn Kerne h 15 In disrepute atnl f.eetu. In fact, to U'lll fil&.i hli. i. I t It. Dlial vntini. liutf U'of class firme.w4 white poMrit, argttal raulr acV intensive crop like strawberries In the were nlrendy high. irra nnrij lor jritnvn Justify the fivllng on the jmrt of the young orihurd beans or corn tuakes an ( the aloe meotwnrd Mod. will male TVnr.it lt fur For Sale. k. with wlittr piiinta IV, H i.hi. VHr Trm inyee that traniKirtallou companies 1910 at our rfable 2 1.2 imlea buiKlt hub lrHl by lirwit Mftrn thi4Her- excellent Mibntltuto where soil and cll- There Is nothing calculated to check 011.I. he lij tl. Imp Tn I'm r. Unit o! lor are holdup 1111.11111110114 and enemies of Writ al Slanfwd en I he Shelby Cay pile conditions, arc favorable. The milk How In a dairy cow more effec Small, well improved farm, just outMain traded, parted with or bred eliewhere (or. p.sn. (in jimi nut iv l M.' Iinikdri'iitir Kl- the public which place full faith hi un.itic. of tbesq crops glies Ht ru. nr Ten. Jam lie by tho "public lie the soil tually than being chased around a yard side of town limits, damned" Kllcy. Iu tiling the imutanee and money becomet due a mii Htnrnxni nlt between Stanford several other lusumcivs related the that stirring which Is most beneficial by a cursing, loud mouthed man or and Rowland; has splendid house, with same trick was tried. In one case upon for the growing trees, while neither boy and being ever and anon pouuded all necessary outbuildings; new, barn, a widow nud her daughter, who were pulls largely on the soil fertility. Iu over bead or rump with club or milk fine younjr orchard, water at door and' sections where the summer sun Is stool. Not long ngo we saw a pretty easy victims, while In one or two othSTANFORD. KENTUUK8 er Instnin-Ys- - n lopd ."holler" was put 1 ery hot nnd a shade Is needed for the likely looking heifer put through this barn. I have also 101 acres of land 2 up. and thQ rallwuy otllcfals modified trees corn would bo preferable to .kind of mill by a couplo of little heath miles from Rowland on'Dix river and beans, Millie the presence of the grow- ens, whose treatment would bo sultl- - county road, which is all In grass I their taction. and ing corn, would lessen the damage to Iclent to cause a cow to glvo sktmmilk. timber, withexcptlon of 20acres, which young trees from grasshoppers in sour milk or uo milk at all. I the ' THE. FARM CENSUS. It may is In cultivation. For information case they were numerous. In tbo first HUtllce to say that the father, of these onoraddresj Frank Cordier, Rowland, I lleglntitng April 15 Uncle Saiu'is bav-luyear many follow the practice of boys wasn't In the dairy business, for census enumerators will not only couut the young tree take the place of .profit or he would have got busy on the noses lot 00,Oi10,000 or more people a corn, no hill TO THE FABWEHS: hifrk that if they raise 20 bushels of wheat or 15 barrels of tho country, but they will want an com toofgrow Inwhile others allow ad Jtho boys with a big slat any of tbo four Inventory pt the stuff on every farm Joining hill spaces. Of course the only Among other things of tho country. Of all shortsighted Initial economies of corn to the acre they are doing well. Ibb enhrAcfators wilt want to hud out condition under which corn would be there Is noueworso than the buying old patrona to alio permissible In a youug orchard would will be: (1) Total value of farm, with unthrifty fruit trees Just patronage of many new VustomDr" f8"'1 bo that of repeated and frcqueuUcultl it runty and 1.V. 8IP1'I,K. AKIZUiA KAHLHES raise from b to v crops ot Altalla ctiyear; nil buildings nud Improvement; jecause they can be got cheap, and Ioad&D. Ky. , vatlons. this la true whether one is setting an yield (rum 1 2 to 2 tons to the acre per cutting, which sells! from vajuo of. nil' building; 'ftf initio of all TChard-fohimself or expects to turn Wt Have ranches that yield two crops ofcorn lmpluflioitU and' machftwry. Including L$l0to$20pcrton. Uvcry farmstead located In a section tools, wagous, carriages, harnesses, 1. over to somo customer at bearing a year, and no dry years, for all '? have to do to wake it ra'h IS etc., nnd all appliance and apparatus where winters nre cold and winds igc. It Is the start a trco gets, as in to have Its shelter belt of conifused In farming operations; (4) numbe case of a calf or a pig. during the to turn on the tcater in the irrigation ditches. The ber and value of, domestic animals. erous trees, spruces, plnea or flrs. ought (ret three years that'largely deter-njne- s 12052. I We have fruit ranches, cattle ranches, chicken ranches, hay rati lies Including cattle, horses, mules, swine strip devoted to such windbreak not only its later beauty, but a located Intl, iu fact, anything in the ranch line, large or small, and at all kinds and sheep, classified by tex and the to be the housentand snltlclc'nt distance milty,ns a horticultural thing, and farm buildings tn Full Brother to Estellq JSo.1219. year In which they were born; (31 from every reasonable precaution etc, . . of prices. number nnd value of the several va- glvo room for feed Jots; garden, con- Seace T taken toJs'ee that the choice Sired by Zilcadi Gpltlduatt'il4fK)by 1 Arizona will soon, become u staje'imd is cmuuii to the fronti. 'ery rieties of poultry over thrpe mouths This strip should be put in tuel.tow of the young trees a well' as the care GoldlklSt 160. hv Vrn,nn I dition and given .frequent cultivation given and on to Jiutin Morgan. The dam should bo of the best. kinds of proorty ore in .great 4lemand 'and getting higher old; (0) niimbor and value of swarms after the young trees nro sp rapidly. AH It, U 1 I llitn.Ii At uiiibui tu estimating the value of Of bees. u. v7omuust i was by imp. $very'(fay.' Railroads ure being built; gold, copper nndznic mine: pro tho several Items Jlstcd the farmer well to select for tho shelter belt variee A fellow may bot suffer anything Arabiah stallinn 7.ilp,i: ti. .1. wblcb have (lone well and made iicirig untold wealth, and we have the linest'climatc in the world, should bo guided by tn prices which ties mora than physical discomfort lf be Dorsey Golddust is Florence by Golwould prevail went the stuff offered thrifty growth nn. other farnw In the orders his undershirt nud prunes from den Mingo ,AHtihquInos answeaMl promptly. Chief, a sou of Gad's Coru- for sale. If an Inventory of the above vicinity, or, If tp,ere bo none of these, a distant mall order house, but he had ci Jiorgau. varieties which are recommended by Is made out by every land character 'better pass tbo practice up when it owner In ndvanco It would not only the nearest reliable nurseryman. Only comes to grass seed and onler from a Note Thin is nn inline.!,. ;.,l..i those trees should bm bought whlcli wave the enumerator apd hlmselfrtime are guaranteed to have good rooty home mnu who he can bat with .a Morgan stallion, the blood uow ia de- at lth busiest season of the rear.-bu- t stuffed club If the Pecd, ,1s pot pure mana. a. rich dappled bay, lilack Of the G. A. MARSH- COMPANY. I i " "suijti V record tvbuld p'roVo very 'valu- - audi to grow when properly cared fqr Not as yqt, Is points. 1G lianiU biirl, lomi 1. . ... tiavo; 'b$u 'transplanted nnd as represented 'I I A'V iUUUUO uu iniur uwasiuui. ' Tre.es tthat uuio tur men-livthero In force an adequate federal pure etalliou' of, great lieauty and action. Iu the-- nursery are Instructions whiyh linyq been prepar- several times seed law: hence a fellow has uo re d ed for tbc enumerators state that eauti preferable to tfoqie which lwy& ubt course for damages If bo orders from with speed nnd endurance hnd i: wa a nroilnrvr n( Ml. ,must con II no his report of been. Tile Important thing to keep in. a Arm outside of bis own state nnd operator aqreae nuil..vl(ld' of crops to land mini In buying' the, trees Is tjcJh how. gets worthless or even pernlclouagruss show, road ahd Eastern horses.- Tho . wbleb be Is wprXhjB at; tho tlmo qf tho cucapiy uieftcuu yc!.iougui, uui, nay-lu- seed. A number of, states have effec- records ol Jim produce both in how r ST . !.. .'r . been set, how' well they will do ami enuniorator's visit. Should he be on Wl ,f i-- t,( tive pure seed a.w, and. where, seller aud sale rings show his value and farm which hf'dlll hot work tho pre- how thrifty and symmetrical a shelter aud buyer reside lu such states the merit a jx producer of line road, show This splendid tliey will make. Shoddy,, poor Gtinnan Cacl vious year ho s(iquM secure a jeconl belt n and sain horsea. A look at sire and rootod" ilree's for ) bitter's rights are amply safeguarded 't'etM'eJr. lll mulfo threiyoGr horse was foaleil May 21, 1903a by of, ttin place ,from the man who did solig" are tbo that can be gotUjml of colts will be convincing. tnost expensive bnitfitp It. . II. Hanenknmp, iu Germany. He illiloriMiio own 01 mo mw uuuu While there is h. big discrepancy btv txoelthat a fellow can buy In the long Will make the nresent ae.ii.in nf n... I'Snonnaiiinrc. 1 mllb from Itowlnnd ae was imported by J. Crouch & Sons, tweeu the prices wblch.lt.was claimed run. farm 2 2 jmlea, from Stanford, Ky, THE HQME VyATER 3UPPLY. BW0 to Iniiuro u IlvlnL,' colt. II mart could bo got for glnsu In the craze" tuba-a- y of Lafayette, Indiana. He was sired 'flu'' bealtlifuluess prevailing In any tpftpnrpved marcs atr$lfl toinsttro a '' mf fra'ded'orvarted wlth.neusoti Whllo the statistics of tho worldS which swept over ahJ country four 'or IIVlIlL' colt. J fares lent nt by Eskimo. No. 1 100. He is a very home depones In part upou the becomes due live years ago and those which are bin. .!.. Of the food consumed, but tn supijly (0$ Ivoastpck o,rt incomplete Pence. Jr. Is a liay stallion, 7 yoars the best of attention jriveu hut no quoted today, tho returns ore neverold, full 10 hsndtf hlL'U, Rood stylo fine, type of thu best German coach tuuqli larger tuoasCire ttiou tho water tho latest estimates are Interesting and action, by Penoe, he by Iuenl, horses, and sold for $3,000 three supply, the iurlty of, which Is largqly Sheep are the most uutnerous of tlu theless sufficient to .give a gopd In- . reohoneibjluv for uceideibsor escapeH. terest returu on the, uiouey luvest-'edhobyi Holinout, be by Altixauder's All- - years ag6, ilonicHte anltiiaU; 4ml tbplr total, nun . proximity of cputaml P. KEID, afTected by Jbo( , provided one has ttie patience to' dallab. IVnt-- f ' Uri dam by Alinout in tnts uutllig cnuse, 'sucl; as the seepage bcr is placed at 'bso.ooo.ouo. rv.sultsj The present bV parrard Cniti'i Torrest, 2d dam He willinako the season at my from the" banynnls and cesspools bidustr'' Australia,, ratakV OrsC 'Villi bido bis tlmo for by Cop- darabyOrNvl,aRe',-lth,tJaSS.OliO.OOO head! Argentina GALTON next with prices of gtuseug ruugp from ll-'i- ft to Jr.'s Ut dam by place; at'tltist'onvillerat $iP' tp in- Where It Is (lot feasible to Install a iwrbouoml'IVncei $q.75 per pouud for tho dried roots, " d072, ho sure living colt. t BenionortHlO. ' tollat syfctenl with water tltiht drain- trOttyOOO. anJJLtlic,' UplteJ, State! Jhlrd. VA Drirlow 2378, i higher prices b'elng received for HlreofOalvIaO, illi). age to u cesspool located nt a safe dis- wltui rk7.uuu.iJOU' neau. i uo woria g.r.un. tho wild product, which finds a congeby Volunteer 66. Kd IJarlow's 1st dam t t ' ?V alx othvra wlfb trliia from' the by Woburn, 2d dam by a Mauibrino tance .from tlii water supply tho mfca ply 6f cattle Is glvim as 430.000,000 nial homo In moLsti moldy wood lots ?n.l urotho only onea. taut vnirlevpr band. J. K. BAUGHMAN. led tor iwM. Alao horse, 3d dam by Mambrlno Mesieif wltu rational qulprtent Ifitr (be outhouBe head, and Iu this lint) British Udlh where tho shade Is sumcleutly deune pneln tiioiiaoiut. tho aire Ver- HlrBil brUam&ita Wll. er. Pqnco Jr s 2d dam by GUI's Is . substantial drawer made of two leads with pl.pOOdO head, lnclu,!lu: k tbe .In-o- f the all shoi- to keep blue grass "from getting a "mbnt. I'ancoJr'.'soolts irq ana Letter, cialuiwiIn Uttflill.t. bufTalooi and buffalo calves. to tlw rValnit Th. Inch st tiff, (he contents of which can ' ,Int ulrtilcely and, they boar ilroof of Tho roots should uot be gath- aim Ii. the world, l.t dam Oalay FleU ' ' (grundUaiuot 6 with record bo killed by the addition of slaked United States stands sccoud with, Jhlmrfts a1 breeder. ' ered before they are two years old. ?nsut.,n.,i'?;w1",ifey Furniture utid Uailertakiiig. head and Itussla third with. lltuo from tlmo to tlmo and which can i Q' Umblto'Aian Mares Braced at 2 tiei1 month I nqt feteyl Amerlcautar. KiiIIbIJ while much larger and a better quality responsible for iccIJenls or oscapou bo baulttd oflqld and dumped as often 87,000.000. Iu the raising of hogs the of roo.s uro secured If they are alT)ty Phone 28. H' daughura have tu Inasrmay W necess;iry, Vior,'.lt'"r' ?ia ,B,n yulcmieiiby Kndis United States is far and away In thf) should fcny oetori Night Phoiio 133. lead, being credited with 00,000.000. lowed to grow a longer period. Iu the OKO. Sl'OONAMOOUB .V UUO.t posal of night soil the danger of a "i"UI III II1U of J. ginseng the 3rd dam bjbfd Joo, ilr ofIOthedufn J13II tJI lowjand Ky third of tuo world artificial cultivation of of tho wafer supply Is' re- or more than Stanford, Hnntually, fieruiaiiy comes second, with' conditions of moisture and shade resupply duced to a minimum. We realize that Cialton carrlea the blood of four lemlliw ferred to as existing lu u native wood iomiUeiJaiuliMoiilan,Wllko,Mambrluu this Is not u pleasant subject to dl 22.000.000 heiid. hlle Kuropeau Ilus-sl- a lot are reproduced as nearly as possi- lihlefaudrMelo 'a Aliiexieiinrttivr has about 11,000.000. The total cuss, but It Ls practical nud vital nnd ! ble, tho bnls being shaded, by the erec- featisl the concerns chiefly those who are Ipast number of horses Is placed at l)5,0Q0.e tion of Ut In tuiruea clatte, 0u. road tor sat roofH aud abundant uuils- - ut rtugi,tiiy urld great uimmU, telling foqt heavy doctor's bills, (VWl lien. I nmt I lit llnllivl KtHte U Hit ablq to bltliai bplug supuUvd, If tb ralufaij .fruui UU) lo II.JUJ after luuturltj ywiHIiin ture ualton will alaiiil WherO ;i cesspool Is already Iu bail European ttusslq rank about even with . .miljw We.lof Itu.tonvlUvuri "rii x Over 16 hJi5 yeariU lack v ill male the "WW". ,wiil aluod tuy lir)ronlibl iHiiii-shape conditions may bo Improved bs between 20)00.000 aud 2o.O00.000 each; "u'l at IJ tcliiiltrv-a- , TlvIuk coll foixJ.vJIWij l' Homert pki teaaon at our (arm oa old DannD ihIls be. dumping In half a barrel or so o( This couptry Ij credltfed with more It mare U trudtnl atteroln5 brtd Anu,.biUutuyi'6'' tween Hedjnille and Hubbla at a 4e ol $10 I'lttpty of at iiM ucr iitcuitnTiU edi. n ll.M. MpiiftX uiW wlion cow knowi) tu bt abi- tnukj and $J) (or baric, mule, in uuura quIckUioe, Which will put n quletu4 man uair ot me t.ouu,uuu iuuiu. 5rUv Irom (or wan wrtUVnll tr lvwy i uo)iiriit lwuiunrib y germs wblcb may b atlcTorkiy raises rucjt asw,,nrwit h'vloj cull. disease I T vWWWWMMWWWm'MMWW'Wi .AUTOMOBILES, EKwHSS y Siyr GABDOI gg 7 3: nWHADlil jfw$ SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES. fe'l """""J. W" ..-- ... Urn-ma- rk " F. 30 $1250 Hayncs $2000 Baker Electric 2000 to $4000 tSitudcbaker Garford, $4000 to S6000. If interested, Phone us Bell and we will gladly give you Flanders 20 $750 ii Uren-no- n, IJjf-S-" i demonstration. & f ..... 1 t iS?Sv5ji tKing Eagle. Pea-9in- jJfno r' yr f; ,r le , - ,.. IIIuh-trnte- Ashland Brook. nddl-Jlona- , Jackson, - - wood-avro- fel-li- 11 a 1 Ul)l-at'- nr-nl- b-- I WAR TRACE.! 111 , S. T. HARRIS & ROBT. WOODS Kentucky Farmers 1-- g 1 1 -1 blow-oug- Dorscy GoWdiiM, :! I ;, Pl a mi Robert G Saufley,' - f ';,,,.';:,. Parker, ArizonaJ IJ e f. g Unex-colle- Pence, r II Watzmann. No. 343 iu -- whote-xotneim- ' ?' 12910. x i Wl A. TRiBBlB. foot-hol- :!. Ity-su- ch Ji",.!? 11 Polled Angus Bull RICHMOND. W , an-au- O W LOVKLIi, F1TZPATRICK &t V y ,4, .C,. iw, pAGE FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL', STANFORD, KY. MAY. 13th 1010 PUBLIC SALE ajajBjBjBjBjajav -- ! jBajajajfaaaaaijatsBtaaaaaaaaaaHBat. We will sell at public auction at Nunnelley's Stock Yards in Stanford on FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MAY 27, 28. All Hail to the Farmers and Stockmen! Behold the Conquering Herds Have Come! The hw yowtg Jscl Dnelimr "" Lmpeiuf dsai I Malge jennet, imported, will msle iWe tea. on of 1910 at Ike CeJar V slier Slocl. I H aaaaaaaaasa! laaaaafl aaaaaaai laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaakV aaaaaaaaaaaaaflaV aaaaaaaaatV laaaaftv 1 v ' mV ti&m. dumjmm .. .'r ras -- jkar?. r .- m&M -- DESCRIPTION and BREEDING' . fed ol bone, conformation and action. ..red by All Peavine 4092, d A lot of nice horses, cows, hogs, cattle, sheep, farming implements and in fact lots e c .1 01 everyuung a man neecis on a larm. ' It you are looking for some choice bar gains, don't miss this sale. If you have 'any tiling to sell, let us know. W. H. Fields, I Orel Cram Crs. ly. 1 and Tohatco Tarm. 2 outh of Crab Ok hard, KyH on he CiappeH'f Cap pVe. He wai iprtially selected liHn Irte 'Great Ja,l I lerd" ol Mr. luac Shelby Tem, TrareHeri Rr. prior Ij h.i S(k sale I wo year. ago, for the l.000-ar- e ranch. Ilui nk ii in his Hill year; u Llatk in culor wall ltnstrrt grsy trimmingi jack- - apaiagnn (vi iryie, lymmnry ano a true pKlure ol sn and body, a Hng plesianttaualeaante perfection, hai magnihcrnt head, ran, are) beauty, lint eipresung gratitude, alert, aqualuie eyes, ihe ran the nght an, lorn tilnate in unon and harmony, animated by true aad lead emalnni. The 'nesli, houlden, UunV, feel, legi, llxghi, musrles, smewi. beaes aad tail csmeifond in hw Jacaihif , model ! unique profMjrtwni and at once indicale he u a ptureiue I le hai the action, agibty and animation of a "facer" or AraUaa Meed, aad demwi-ilrstr- s lo the Uhoulei, he 11 the gJted son of a aUe hh. aad hai always transmitted lo hit colli me, form, lymmrtry, rtjle and beauty vrh eluacA sad these rw htte been asm maAn tcft w a'tnbuletraiVe them tall hH. All alter weans eieeatlwo: an.1 all hae told from $65 lo $125 at weaning or they ate not for tale. EtceWr hai a strong, snereui rhylhawesl, lenr voste and brayi ihe houri in chfenologKal order, ami in short or loaf antra. Mag Koyal DasAeyr Only' Onkyl Onlyl I isy; I sail EaseW-a- Ve at urrd and foslrd In Old KsmtucV; And Wes a wasV aasl Im laca. 1 is) I I isy I'm the Kaysl Danlr)' I is) I I isy. See and hear the Iteyal Daaleyt Chorm-On- l)l Oakjt OnV)l Jrnn) . Jenny, Jenny, my Jennyl Onk)l Onlyl OnVyl Dy tprcial permtmon die following gtnlfwnea aad eft lam af UaMta txxmty hate kindly coniented lo be uied ai reference aad radwsanssal: ktfg raited or purchaied his proJjcr and personally knew thu ai a gseaT breeder aad that ihe best, ii: Meun. Jatta Ssybr, Jaam Henry flams, hu colli are rated Brom F Long. Morgan Chspple, Cmrge Hasmes. Liate Kasg. flwa W. Caretii, Jocobum RetnesMuh and I. S. TerH. Licrluor will stand al $3 under same cuajmaa. ai the atsUasa Kadsaat. it the tue ol a very fine jenn- -t cash aad it dsstased to ke a gieat easif lack. The seaion for ean4i viN be $15 hll W. M. Duncan, nl 15.3 hand;, a dark chestnut sorrel with he by Rex McDonald 1833. Rex Peavine fin dim Lucy Weill 6404 by Peavine 83. 2nd dim by Warrea Harm Denmark, 31 dam by Joha iWetley he by Uavie . rocaen her NOTE. If you are looking (or ihe breed ol hottej that are commanding the highest prices, oW ol be a, be hai at much Peavine blood ai it u poiiible to get. being by Rex Peavine and oat trVavine mare. Will lerve a limited numbf of marei at $25 to injure living colt. 17, J. T. Morris. b remoteti Ilreeilinu from to lu In mornliiit ami I to ahoursetenlnti i in Mures will receive my iwronul attention Till! iniijnilk'vntl.r line rounn .trillion but will not be responsible for nccldeiits or will iiiiike Hit) of l'ln nl mr stable etenpes. will rtHo at the same time and nciirHtiinforil, K., on the Hlielby city pike pliicestnud my k rent breeding Male Jnck nt Jl. to liuurf u ItvlliK colt. Iniii Vnrrli-Itlit-SlKiiutirnU'bvstnut short UicL. hiiivy PEYTON iKtiiTi 4ii it:t lur UIKIlflt nmlwr(rct llxHlllon. tTprf.I' ll, irOllr o wi 11 known In the Wett Knd of Mncolii Il"ll.i tlix t county, nt io for initrtnnd 4i forietinets, d&iIimlJ V aaWaaaaM I iMV-t- , OiiKitrU Hllt-f Unit 'on tln Trnrs)lviiumiiiH soten brut rnee In lw due when colt l foaled or mare traded. r una the.uine 5Viir won tin- - lo.iui Iloniur mined nrpnrtett with. or brtMl to an) othrr Mfinormi nun me .ii.nna n. nil 111 broken stiH'k. Peyton l liulT Dudderar's lack he by Hubble' llrlgnoliti tnd out of Jim Porlicnt nnil olil for t'l.iumiicl Inter for l. lon Vnrrlclc Is brtnl onctty Ilk... Hum. ter's Jcnnelt. with ery lame bone 1'eyton Is line Ith Quoimi thut won the 5 mil Trniiolvitiitn and foot, good neck uml e.tr good nuarlert, wrll lulUMninklnirnr'Corao(2.trTunawnsrluss mounted IS hands Inch high and admired - of iHlusonenf tbe blir four, onitli by nil who see him. and Is snld to lie the Rrruiesi inuut-- winn.TS on Hie grunU rlr best inula Jack In Lincoln count LUlt In l.'M. aBBBBBBBBBBBBBcls&& aaBkaaHLBaaaaaMBBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaavkSLBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarplSIH t All are Invited to coma undt. see him. a SallaaaaaaaaaBV&Sitfll. aaniillHilialllllllllllllllllHBallBBiallllilllVlaS? OnHiinl M!l fr Ii l.y Onwnnl. one of tli l'hone In resilience Krenteit una best sons of (Iforgtt Wllkct. D. S. CARPENTER. unnitru sniiiii was inu unru or Ulreclor, tin' Kt. iicwi Hint Krrnt lltniuy UI xrolltTS IIIU1 diim was lit lau'frs. Don Vnrrlcks Wllkeslloy, by OrorKu Wilkes n full to The S'ny S:I5',,iiikI half sinter to litteru I'atchen the ilnni of KuIiImt 2:10. Winchester S:lu'.. Hilly Wilton' Siai. hiuI Ml It. S::. inUilam Mary by HonK's(Jrey uy anu inuieue r.iitia mo um ui iiiv 1'iitltleii. an m products! lr. Conner lion ii rnck 'a Shetland pony, .W Inches tall, owntiiitt initiu it puoiio uuir mile on the ltixlngton track nt 18 montlis In l:0. ami ed by lluh Held Foster, will make phi toN. W. Hublngerof New Hntvu for season at to Insure u living colt. alto l,0, ibe halt protluced Mnuule lgo, that the Is trotted it by an Imported pony that co-i- t mile on the name track at in He months old In 1:11 und sola for 3U. lion ei.OOO In tho Shetland Islands, and U Varrlck It fast game ana always ou the rngarded by horsemen as tho best trot, ery rarely ever leues lilt feet. In " J pony In KenUckv. defeating all com. '. ' -weeks huiulllng last Kail he trotted o quar, ter on half mile truck In 31V Hec. half In crs In tho show rW In 1903. Lien 1:10 nna ... w the mile . In.. -. I:Ili nn zlh nnt.i.le u. . . on all colts until senaon la nom tne ricn inheritance of tnicK. spveu on ooiu aiaea. not u iiilniiiu link for paid. Mares parted with or bred elsezeiiow una you where forfeits Insurance and money Kvnernuuns. cant ralsa the ureeuioiuis every breeUer becomes due. Will make tho season at lour things NO. 1IUU VOL. 11. looks for size. dlsnotltlnn.Mneed uml infiL i JOHN D. FOSTKIL Stehlm before booking your mures. Season my farm. rbi Champion 5 gaited laddie stallion of Kentucky. money mares or Stanford. Kv. Winning at all the Kentucky fain and alio at the hone showi tt Buffalo, N. Y., St. Louli Mo., urru io due whennone, are parted with loo $10 to Insure aiares Kepi at anoiuer Iter duynnd all cure taken, but will not Im Kansas Cty, reinonilble for ueeldents nr pacAneM. Iw.ti Siedby Washington No. 54, tfrit dara Bell by Rhoderick. No. 104. stsond dam by Denmark. Varrltk la a 2:10 trotter If he had the proper uauuilUK. PaesloivU brown hone IS hands highitrth fine ityle and y high action. Also at same place will stand He hai not ooly proven himielf lo be a great show horse, but aUi a great breeder. He u the Two Mirfhtx aire of Carroll Pretton owned by W. O. Walker of Stanford. Ky.. for which he refused $3,500 tlLIHTON and ItHSHKf I'llfton Owned byJJ. B. Sandidgc, black Juckwltb light imliits, 1 Hus- only 3 years of age. bit season when years old lio Bepteiuber, i hands high luit He is the grand sire of Diana of the Lea. a winner at Maduon Square Garden fait Fall, for with u matchless head and ear, well set on tonville Ky. Bay stallion, left hind n runny neck, has plenty bone una substance .Lawrence Jones who paid $5,500 for her, also a grand lire of Qjeen of the Night thai sold n N. una as u breeder be Is not surpassed. foot white; foaled Nov. 17. 1904; Y, March 14 1910 for $850. RUSSEL sirr Prnsrwrf livDiitnifv n.nrn 1RS9 Preston will make the season of 1910 at my stable in Crab Orchard Kv . at ihr muiuM Is u black Jack with light points, psre of $20 to insure a living coll. Will keep mares oo gran at $2.50 per month but will not tie lati AUgiu.t. fuii j lands high with us Dam Sfiuirlie 191, by Back Squirrel Dnpoiuiblc for accident or escape of stock. Season n due if mare u traded or parted with or much tinilsh and action as a horse, and as a -. . . breeder he Is the en.ua! of uuy jack. Iloth of oo. -- ii uam. uaisy uenmarK loc, rWl to other stock. these Jack will serve mares at 110 to Insure ii living colt. Trading the maru forfeits the by Sumptcr Denmark, Jr., 3rd dam. .7. C. Insurance, I'arewllltw taken to preterit CmuOrclinrd. Kentucky. nccldeiits, but will not horeipouslhleslioiild Fannie Wallace 56, by Sir Wallace. nnyocrur. Jennets will lie cared for after June 1st. und bred by private contract, Sequel is one of those full made n urt-iiEA 'atsilBBBBafflB t r tlfi.-ni1 Red sorrel liore, 4 years Conililnml Mtnllli.li Dnrk Mnliognnr IUv old, li IS :4 , Ki'lKht l.irii iHiundi. I ntiiliil Ir hands high, extra weight and bone. Mrtind In Kind illitMnltlon nrul Sired by famous roadster and sire, enltrnllr IihihIIiM Hi- - hn lf mwMHuMiM Ceciliai Chief, lit dam by Uturnui 2nd. dam by Gill'i Vermont, 3rd Red Leaf, who U too well known to in 1"', liltelinl ton iulkr:l' Sired by Knlinl. BREEDING: Up tlir."-j-,nInocuyi-nrtlnxJon by Bay Duk. 4lh dam by Bald Stockings. In offering thu italtion lo the public. I know he u all horsemen to need description and wmi mi. mirv wmtrin llir lilux ore u nlil He u well enough Ued lo get tret-e- pedicree, he by C. F. Clay 2:1, 1st ihiiohiui oiii' rvu nt ttock big eaoujh to breed, work aad tell. need get what we ouior II inowi; hi ii hnr-- ! horsv nnil Will Hand him at the very low price of $10 to insure he colt. tiara by Rod Wilkos, Hod Light's 1st lilimell. lie wiltm it r rnoll U In n cln to Uefentnl earviit by 2:.W two was Day Maid by At same tee and place Will itand two good dam of thu great GambettaCecilian "J ml ol 91 or hit owiicoltvnn.l tin miiii in rliiKi lo'itil. lilt t'oltt arc iilwii)i IntlJo tb Wilkes: son mnke xrent jacks Jus Porter aid Brignoba. These jacki are dara Nell lit old Halsora, .Ird dam money una whn liluli prlcnl thrw nnl Koon.lnv liT St Klmo: 4th dam Mill. Mulilkro nmlhart- -. HUtyntKof till getrli' Hll.il sliow nt too well know n to need advertising ai I hate night by Pilot, Jr., 5th dam Twilight mi uii'iiikii iiibi ui vKnrt ohi ni nn iter pric in ill lie hH4 never been detent made leveral leaioM with them and jou all know b Lexington; Oth dam Darkness by nut'111 d u prtnluo rlllil when thnt n wild I tn l of lll (et. Terms $8 to tmnre live colt. Wagner. how they breed. l Think of such MiMi-- rt n - nainel). .Netileton. Wiiisom, he hnt iln-tIn oilerine the services of this iiromService fee due with all the abote advertised I'rotiw.'t.the young stallion we feel afe In Jim Midertou Mare, Hny Kav. tU Price islntr stock, when cok u foaled, mare traded told or waylmg that with his sine, stylo, form, llerrlntf Mitre. Tome Lure, linden Hare lre VII. lute Foot Trine bied to lo other stoik. Care laken to prevent speed and action that he Is bound to a hott ofothert thai liute Ikh.ii sold from prove a great stock horse. Wlllstaml II. "lie, Sl.fSII IAH11L at lll iMinl ... &ir w but they citn do tMildl.r accident but not responsible should any occur. at m llvtjry batn In Stanford at 315 to Iof I'UlMTY unit Hltr.oi tiyt'hest.r T II insure a living colt, money duo when i"..-- . isi.iHoi nt tt eu iiiiioiii rei7 Darn No colt is foaled or mare parted with ll..li- - by William Welch Wl . T 11 It I? V. Ittttleke'slliiiiihlelollloll .No. in .T II Be sure to see him before breeding K. w H I serve mares t tilt soitson of i)unt m McKINNEY KY your good raares Ph one in Residence stuble In lluitouville nt the low price of (WTOINtl-KVI.1VK t'ol.T. G. G. BEAZLKV. Stanford, Ky Mow) due when i oinet or mare traded or remoted.or bred to any other stoek. A lun retniiml on nil iolts until paid foi tirats fiirnlflied at reasonable prlc for rtixl must lie settlnl imret from for liefore Triii stallion 11 datk bay, DALMMS. Red Light. Dimity Dare 1982. lv ehil 16.2 with best of bone, and action with ry heavy mane V 1 1 ri - n.-r- lo-- l. I I Ng al V i lit Galton s Pedalgo DON VARR1CK ndl-tan- The young stsllnn. Cshon't f'rdtlgo, will iiaadlsi the I.OQO.Actc ftaaeh. He ii a dark bay, IS hanii high, four yrart old, hti all tS- - eueaatl fatten of a model stalhon. Sued by Gallon 12910. dim IVJV. regular N. 3715. the by theteaion coil $I0J. 2d dtat Lotaw Marry by C, Abdallo Membnoi F Clay, etc, etc. Thu stallion comUnet the blood oftke I UmWetonisa, Willrl, Seely, Amrnciin Star and Qay farmliet. sad wrN itaml at $10 lo a Lien retained on cohiuatil trama u paid. Money limited number ol good mirei. Will not be retfMnUe (or tcoJenii or due at once d mare it sold or traj-- d. escape of marei. Msret ptrtured at $2 per month If you want tiyKih.fait troUrtt. breed to Pedtlgo, Bullaine, tne Peerless. ii iaiiiiHaKtaHHiiaiiiiiiiii(iaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.iaiiiiKtH r:'s'lH lt Mini-len- Dock Grey A hornteit, red Short Hor, Bull, an aleal aiumtl in color style, sire, ivmmelry. euht, muscle and bone, will stand al One Dollar, cash at the lot, with priilrg ol return. AH farmeri should raise the best beef callW, tiayt to leep the best. It la the bull ihsl u the ideal great Isctor in tranirertuog conditioni and detelonmentt in the herd. Therefore, bring your cowt and gH calvei you wdl be proud of and that will sell themielies wuhoul chin rauue. Farmeri who breed lo the best sires, rsise the l.est stock and get the bed pncei. We a.k ths courteiy lo purchaie at the mulct price the progeny of these fine smmtli oier other buyeri. form mm 1 The King or Lincoln A notable and prolific tire. TSiit Jertey bull wai tired by Dr. Vaught No. A Wert 7th St, New 72915; dam RobrrtaNs. 123610. "A.J. York. N. Y.. will ttai 1 at Three Dollars, caih al the lot. with prindege of Cowt and hederi paitured at reasonable ralei. Thii bull't progeny hare PRESTON. 4 . . CCNj. 1 al JacHs Two, Sequel, No. 2512. s been 85 per cent ht'Jeri, Hit high grajeheiferi hte sold from $35 to $50 pec Every family thould hare a good Jersey cow, at head at thort and low yearlingi. gooi living. Alwayt hae golden Jersey cream and a matter of comfort, tzozi-nf- , butter, for no other taslei like thu good, yellow butter. Stockmen and tobacco rauere will do well to keep their eyet on 1 ,000. Acre Ranch with iti fine t'ock, grauy pastures, abundant water, prolific limestone and and much virgin toil, picturesque forests and timber an4 beautiful landscapes, wire fences and grand ptket, numeroui leasnl houses and tobacco barns. This Isnd producei the finest quality ol tobacco; crop of 1909 sold for 16 1 .2 cenli; 1909 crop told for 15 cenu per pound., .,,, !,....,, John B. & Jamie G. Carpenter, Jr., Managers. F. D. No. 1, BAILEY. Crab Orchard, Ky. Shelbyvllle, Auc. 23- -4 days, London, Auk. 23- -4 days. NIcholasville, Aug, 303 days, llarbourville, Auff. 31- -3 days. Monticello, Sept. C,- -3 days. Glaigow, Sept. 23- -4 days. State Fair, LoulsviUe, Sept. days. GEORGE HUR, t J. II. W(M)I K. I WOODS, H, BEAU NABOTII. Hired by Xabotb 10 M. Itccordl.lV.lleau Kabolh's first Hum Norn llauglimuu bv Novnl CCII record i.U'. br Klectloneer second dam Jr., si rid by Metropolitan lint by Humlltonloii IV, third dam Jo.e. phlne, sired by Monbrlne Hturllght MIS by liurlliay III, fourth diim llary Withers by Oliver thoroughbred. It ft ti !)am sired by Wugner, sixth dam sired by Imp Tronby, stallion, weight 1.600 pounds, stands full 10 hands Mgh. He was sired by Ben Hur Major. 273, 3135, Grand Sire Scott, 2130. Bam, Jennie Beatrice, Clydesdale. George Hur is half English coach and half Clydesdale; best draft horses in the state. Will make the season at y place at $10 to insure a living colt. Colts can be seen at my place They show for themselves. I will alsostniul two Jacks and a Shetland pony at $10 each to inM. S. BAUGHMAN. Stanford.Ky. sure nlivingcolt. A very line-draf- lla tin fustsMt. linKii hKl t0 to lhe ,est , " u3 horse See this ,horse liefore wiakethe season of 11 ut my book your mares and I know you you burn in Crab Orchard. Ky. at the' will go no further, Will keen mares very reasonable price of $15 to in- on grass ut S2.5' per month, but sure a living colt. will not be responsible for uccident Black Joe by the noted sire Pres- or escape of stock. Lien ton 922. 1st dam Lucile 2nd dam on colt for season until paid.retained Seaby RoCiuaon'a lifcttie Robinson son is due if mares are traded or Hautbletonlan. He Is u black parted with orbred to other stock. tone 15 V hands hUh, weighing J.C BAILEY. Lrtnil - Black Joe. both in his rack and trot, with plenty of style and action. Just the nSTfdJD7a7s8tSnUS ff Ver-Bur- nt ?voiMiUUHlfJLaal fit(ai CifUijQi$$j$k seventh dum sired by Tbarnton's ltuttler. Ileau Nulioth Is a large liorso standing Id hands and weighing condition l,pl pounds. When he becomes nciUalnted with the story of his limited education you begin to reullie that he Is truly u remarkable harness stallion, mat u must oo u tfreat horse Is proved by the wonderful progress thu t he has uiudv. With very little handling be lias urovento be thecliaiiiuloii harness stallimi of Kentucky, He bus wou over the best hones that Kentucky has produced. Head of lil in and you will sue that there ure no Iwtter bred stallion In Kentucky than he Is. s lie gits combined horses, glte him a saddle mure he will get you u saddle colt, gle hlin u trutter mure, he will get )oun trotting colt, remember Ileau Nubotb U combined, with more record families t bun most liny horse In Kentucky, (leorge Wllks Klectloneer, llauilltonloii and four crosses of thoroughbred to gle him stamina, Home und see this horse he Ihes without a fault, he Is perfect from end to end, his three crops of colts cannot Im excelled by any horse. Will itand at the Nuunelley rstock Yards, JouaUook.curetuker, 'phone IDi, the beat personal care taken, Vixs 11 to Insure ullvlug colt. j.m Stanford, Ky, first-clas- ones with two good ends and a middle; is an extra individual in every respect; just such a one as you see winning the blue ribbons in the show ring, is fine gaited. never touches himself anywhere and is a very high going on all 'round. He has won 10 blue ties in show rings, I never defeated. Come and see this grand colt, he is worth going miles to see, Sound. This horse will make the season ut Hustonville at $U'-5to insure living colt. 0 Some Kentucky Fair Dates. 273 days. days. Versailles, Aug. 3- -3 days. Danville, Aug. 8- -G days. Lexington, Aug. Taylornvlllo, Aug. 9- -4 days. Harrodsburjc. Aur. 9- -4 days. Urodhead, Aug. 173 days. Lancaster, July 34 12- -a Powhattan .. Bay Stallion; 15.3 handt high; by Dign Dare, la dam Minnie by Rieori; 2d dam Paul sne by Almonl Forest; 3d dam Sellar't mare, very fast pacer. He u a fine individual, high actio which cannot be excelled. and nice lo handle. Will make the season of 1910 at nv farm a Ceceliaa Leaf it a well del eloped, registered hlcKtnaeyal$IOso tamre a live coll; money iroUing coll. four yeart old. Ho u a rich bay with white hind feet and a alar; si eKephooaly forfriJ if ma., u sU , Ul . . V,..W i "VHISJ , Ifl Ia. as IrrJIia hmu aMrtaacMkllV hoftc. S. RL OWENS Sc SON. . ;dsTuHI5 KZu McKiaacy, Ky tsoa aad lett of ttyla aA fiouh, whicii. is tddi. lion to hit speed, makes him an ideal horse for the stud, lliese aualitses are put what is nerti-- d in a tue lo breed high clau hsrnesi and walk. 44165. trot horiei, and it U the walk-tr- ot that tells for the Sued by Red Leaf j2 390. the greatest of all moil money and hai the readiest talc. Cecclian roadsters; III dam Day Maid by Cecilian, he bv Leaf si unmarked but can'lrot in 2:20. He will Gambetta Witket; 2d dam Nell by Balsora 1024; go for a record thu summer. 3d dam Nooa Day by St. Elmo 275; 4dt dim by He will msle ihe season at ihe Pink Cottage Pilot. Jr. 12. barn I 1 .2 mitet from Slanf old on ihe I luston I Ma Ceceliaa Leaf the blood of C. F. Clay and ville wke. "line (re to a limited number of apRed Wilkes it united with that of Gambetta proved mt res this season will be $15 for a living Wilkes and Pilot, Jr.. and should prove a crott coh, Seaajn fee due when mare U parted with. In offering the services of lint young horse whose tire and whose dam't tire are among the very foremost of all Kentucky 'i horses at tirei of fancy thow horset, 1 believe that I am making you an offer of rare merit. C. E. Stanford, Ky Cecilian Leaf b,l ..!,. !" K ti Uh TATE, i- -- """- -; I 1Y 13th L 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. PAGE nVE M FnshSon Long Silk Gloves. lins again decreed 1010. WWS& mhj :cvff v ,A'VJp'w'Vp,"'v 'atrz--No Hosiery. 10c, 15c nnd Wc sell the American Beauty hose for girls in black, rid, light blue, pink nnd white nt 5 firing nnd Summer, that the long glove will Ik; the vogree for Wc have them at 75c, $1 nnd $1.50. tatter values to be found any where, than we sell nt '5a 25a ( New Neckwear. LJiist in nnd on display, new jnbots, Dutch collars, lace collnrs, collar ns, You Had Better Wake Up To the met that there must he reasons why so mnny people come here; for their dry goods, carpets nnd shoes. Dont you think it is n good idea to lenrn what they nre. Better still put our claims to tin nctunl test, then you will know from experience what ninny others hnve already learned, namely that our merchandise cannot be excelled in character no matter how much more you pay than we charge for our service. -- Head Accessories. Ttirlnn nins ' side combs ' barretts backcombs hnir combs rtc etc t SEVERANCE & SON, jewing machines Ktifro.' II Stanford, Kentucky. I NF.F.M.EB. Hotibtm nnd Shuttles fo nt Penny's Drug H-i- n- )t. ii. ureiin. ficc. Lost A silver nnd pearl handled for return to this Notes and Accounts Collected, No M PERSONALS. C. I hli vcpk. A-(- J. Sirn.E, of London, was hero w HUlwti. James Hiiady Is on tho road for the urckn Portrait Co. 5. KASTI.ANI) was hero thtoweck, orklnc insurance. Little Sophie Saunders is quito ill with complication of scarlet fever. B. C. Walton went to Atlanta pros pec tine Tuesday. J No. II. Shanks has returned fromn prospecting trip through Georgia. Ho is considering locating in th Sou til. Mim. Maky Hiionauuii, of Crab was the guest this 'week of Mrs W H. Wearen. r. w. wiiiri', wile ana little son lisvc r tumid from n pleasant visit to Adds Healthful Qualities to the Food 1 Tilt: old fiddlers contest to have been held at Wnlton's Opera Hous-- on FriWc collect notes and nccounts anywhere in the United Stales day evening, 20th, has been postponed charges unless wc collect. Also look after claims of all kinds. for a while Tho Crab Orchard DramDank references. Correspondence solicited. atic Club will hold the boards there on Economizes Flour, that date. cts. L. C. Hrown Leghorn eggs Mrs. J. M Cress 10 Butter and Eggs for 60 22 2 mays COLLECTION agency. WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. "1 Just KOV4L BSBnerowD Tlic only baking powder made Irom Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar Phosphates No AlumNo fence. received n enr lund of American It's the best made. Ceorgo II. Furris. I HAVE Somerset, - - - Kentucky. car-loa- d, JMIM1 r.MAUt.TII MUMIII.E, 01 l.eH- man, Ohio, Is tho guest of her grandmother, Mrs, It. J. Humble and family. 08t.F.Y Nf.wland, who has been in Tennessee for some time, has returned home to Crab Orchard. Suits J. W. Iiiti.ANb nnd GarLnd Mns. Sub Ykagbk and Mrs. Nannio Singleton went to Itichmond Tuesday to n'Jeml the convention of county super- Wood Kitchen hnve been on n a short intendents. visit to lxiuisville, Mn and Mbr. It II. Metcalfe nnd Mns. It M. NhWI.ANP and baby have daughter, of McKinney. lire visiting Mrs Metcalfe's sister, Mrs. J. W. Da- returned from n seveml weeks' visit to her parents in Louisville. vis, in Danville. Ml8 Anoie Cauprnthk hai returned ,Mhs Lii.ijanTowlfh, representing Oxford College, Ohio, was here Thurs- to her heme in Uiutnnville. nfter h vm-In th; family of James ii. Swop, in day She it a cousin of Mrs. J. C. Danville. ABOUT 30 couples drove over to the T. II. MILI.KH, of Ixwiiiville, nm) ernon, were Knights of I'vltiw banquet at linens- I'rliz Ivrcauer, ot Alt u hre Monday Mlvimnir and ilrawlnir t(,r Monday night, and eVeryomi hadnne plana for F KellY hiuMwir. winch he splorMlhl tune. The meeting vas ho mtMt enjoyable the Pjthian will erect on the Whipp block - Casy have had in years. News. it Mas I e r, i1 1 s I WITH Soft, Nicholis Swann, of High and . Miss Nnnnic Denton, of Junction City, Foil Salb. Few nice Hu(T OrpingPearl Jarboe, Hod Jarboe, Bessie Jar-bo- were quietly married Lexington last Also eggs for hatching. ton cockerels. in Edward Tanner, IUy Tanner, week The couplo gave their ages as Mrs. W. J. Holtzciaw, Stanford, It. F. Margaret Heck. Mary Lois Gann, John 21 years. D. No. 1. Murphy, Ollie Crump. Lima The clever play, "The Time of His Life" which was given by home talent at Crab Orchard with success, will bo plnved here Friday evening, May 2Uth, at the opera house by tho Crab Orch-Hr- d company The ladies of the Crab Mks. Logav Hi'ciies is greatly i ISuptit church arc backing tho and hir recovery now seems i.s play, end endenvoring to raise enough sured money purchase a carpet for their Mks. J K Lynn unci Miss Louise church, to The und prices will be !15, Lynn, who have been for some time 15 cents, An with Mrs W. Logan Wood, In Danville, havo gone frr n visit to Mrs. J. Dispersal Sale of Blooded Stock. K. Claunch, nt Somerset Quinin. Sodium Chlorid. lnfrrrlinfc Sulphur. Glycerin.Alcohol. Water. Perfume. iuv,l Mks Jason Wwi,i.y ami family will Capiicum. Sase. move, from Liberty to Danville tins II I', Hawkins announces the !per A hair Drcoaralion made from this formula Is harmless, yet possesses poslthe merit. A They week rented the residence sal of his celebrated Glenburnie herd of hair food, a hair tonic, a hair dressing. Consult ourdoctor auout these nair problems. on WK Main street juit vnrated by ShorthoriM in this of the I J .T r ATFR CovrT. Lowell. Man. Mr. nnd Mrs Mack Linney Mr Wim The sale will take place hn!f way be. m uuwf jMmjwiiii mr . iM ley will be chief clerk in Mr. Mitchell tween Stanford noil D mvilb" Mhv 21, Taylor's ollice. -- Advocate and dwcnmni'ii" i r i r 'nun at (ZT If ' ' ' Ii Mil". Henhy Sai.i VK. who had start-of- t ov.r tl. c r v. w XSiggVtv'Ji mn ed for her home in ('triads, was reeall xi " Morr. and to p ' r. . od to Leltauon on Hciountuf u Kiriom ratanae sutferod by her sitter. Miss Pcs- K)e McAluter, who u there w.th her FROM THE TO HEAL US. nunt, Mrs C T Itohon. Her condition Is considered very critical and it is ftar--fshe cannot recrier. Hay Cawkntlk. of Ilustonville, d his sister. Mrs. O. F Montgomery, first of the week I T Lanier and George I. Crow, of Danville, nro here on a pleasure trip and are making nt the Whipp Hotel. It 11 nnd Edgar Wilkinson, of Stanford, were hero last week visiting John W. Moore, who remains nf fesblo health Liberty News. m e, for sale" nt $1 9. largo and d of lime at W. II. A fkesii handsome pictures of Jack Johnson, Higgins'. difcolored champion of the world, in ferent poses. John Hayden, Stanford McKinney School Honor Roll. Dcnton-Swan- n. es not Color the Hair AYER'S HAIR VIGOR Stops frilling Hair Destroys Dandruff Makes Hair Grow Clcgant Dressing hi - 1 i TROPICSHHi d r. idmg ioui. C ultivato vii-ite- head-quarte- KrSISr'.s.irjMvgk tH The Genuine Brown - And -:- - j&0 LOCALS. V Plaited, R T S Fancy or Plain Bosoms Detached, cuffs. or attached made Our full Cedron Seed Plai In Central America many natives are gathering the feeds of this plant, Cedron Second hand Hell City separato: for Seed, a rare mediclno that has valuable ' sale nt a bargain W. O. Walker. tf. curative iowers. Hut few drug stores carry to tho high cost I'laingold bracelet, with name of tho this seed, owlug Lost article. I inside. Howard for roturn to this of Till country Is a large eonsnmer of fice tit i" eostly sted lecauto It enters into tlu fainnus ' Lost -- lllack Herkshiro sow, weigh-- I old the vt orldcatarrh remedy, l'cruna, over. ing about 150 to 175 pounds; just weaned pigs, Return to Unwen Uivens, at Hubble. ' J -- of newest stylo rugs and tings. V. A. Tribble. Lot mat- - Busy TV - Bee. A T W. E. PERKINS, xS3 I,. R. Humble Barn Lumber For Sale! CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. Coat Shirt is a model of convenience WHITE SHIRTS In plain, plaited, full dress or negligee. Our .$1 "Monarch" i a iu.uuu ieei ot doxiiijj, QflAiltilWf and Frame Lumber for Barn Pat terns, which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn, Hay or jjood Horses and Mules. Prices on this very reasonable, for I want to sell. Write me at once. Respectfully, C. J. Siitle. London. Ky. &g9mzwM&x?M&!&$mmQ SMl j I s s- - i I' ii- -l r - fe rft Htlglll'B T. s W. O. Mnrtin 200,000 Feet of Lumber LumbLr Longest Mere Shirt is the standard of quality and workmanship, while our $1.50"Cluett" is the acme of style and perfection and the colors all- g uaranteed not to fade. Soft shirts with collars from - is sent out first And yon can be At The Right Prices. sure it has been here long enough I have 2D0.0OO feet of lumber to be thoroughly dried nnd seasoned. suitable for tobacco barns nnd oth Ever had any experience w ttli green er biiildint iunoses at reasonable lumber? If not dont hanker after prices. Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want, it. Take th? experience of others and use only the seasoned kind, the and I can suit you. WALKER OWENS. only lumber we sell PoiiiJo, Ky. New Line of Hosiery. We call your attention to ' . . Shipping Point Mt. Vernon J. A. ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. j something new. 25c to $3. We can show you Danger is Lurking in it. our Hue of ladles misses and chil then hose in all the co 1 o r s nrBJrSw Cummins & Wearen, ii STANFORD, KENTUCKY. When your or lavatory isn't fitted up with modern saniSewer gas is tary plumbing. more dangerous in Winter than in Summer, because ventilation is not so free. You will wurd off dis ease by having your closets, bathroom, kitchen sinks nnd etc., overhauled, We mnke a specialty of sanitary plumbing and do it scientifically and at reasonable prices. bath-roo- ' plain silk and lisle, extra thin and medium weight. Prices 25 and 50c, an extra value in an all silk hose for 1.00. We are also showing a beautiful line of dropped stitched hose. Black and colors. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., J Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes. W. K. WARNER, Phene 188. STANFORD, KFNTUCKY. L STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ! f AGESK " THE INTERIOR JOURNAU, STANFORD, KY. may r i3js " Stock For Sale! I Imvn for anion twir mar Muli. old and wtlitht 1,1m ponnda Hound Btxxl workrr. Alao Imy tmr. i and We nave Up-To-Da- lie Most1 dlfr. any uliorf ami ladln hat fair and fltlAII Itt'NN llu.tontlll.-- . W. 1. Kincaid told a good farm horse to S. II. Aldridjje, of Lancaster, for $135. Ho bought a sow nnd five pigs from W. II. Curtis for $15. While you are at it, is it not due yourstilf to build the ben fence obtainable? The Ilrown l made for service as well as to sell. II. C. Carpenter, 22.1 At. Judiru Joe Leo has sold IS acres of land nenrtown, ontheMiakertownnlke, to John Spears at $160 per acre J. S Parks, the Lancaster pike farmer, sold 81 heitl of hotrs to Robert Collier nt 8 75 W. N, Lane, of this city, who owns n farm neir town, en the Stanford pike, rfenlly purchased 8 sows nnd SO pigs from Lew. Shropshire, of Fayette, for $550. Tho pij-- s now averaeo 80 lbs each. All arc re istered Poland Chinas During the past week J I) Whitchouae, tho Stan, ford pike farmer, sold Millard Allen .11 yearline steers at 6 75, Deck Miller Id head 850 pound cattle at Re and to W. C. May n bunch of fancy butcher heifers at 5 23c, -- Advocate. rl Tin it her, Hhola aounil nivl ork la lin te Line of Pants in- - d alllllH flan--ne- f l, browns, white greens and blue serges, nothing but style. Come and let us show them r in all shades, greyL ' Dispersal Sale of the Glenburnie Short Horns PUBLIC SA m V LIU m to you. ' Thursday, May Sale At One O'Clock P. AC. 26,1910 Near Danville, Ky. H. P. HAWKINS, Proprietor. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. IP. O. Of Fine Bourbon Stock and bacco Farm. To-- SAM ROBINSON, Net I)o)r to Lincoln t'ouutv Nntional Hank. AUCTIONEERS: Col. Geo. P. Bellows, Alaryville, Mo., As lieli s of the late Mrs. Sallle . Moore, wo will noil oa the premlnos li mllos from Paris on the Pans and Cynthlann turnpike, on STANFORD. KY. ; Col. Cary M. Jones, Chicago. HI. ' Thursday,May26'10 at the hour uf 'i ocook p in., and nithout reiere her farm of .1to acre n( land The farm is without question on,' ol the best Improved tracts of land in tbe the nine urns region anil Is in hiuh btatc o( cultivation. It has been in the same family far one huuiired tears and eath xenera lion has taken L'tuat euro in prev rv int; ne fertility oi me innii It bus upon it one of the lest to- slory modern briek resiilrm-in t ounty, containing eleven rooms, halls 10 closets, 1 tore room, niloulde front veranda, with elegant lia window be tueen, double bntk porehet and with I'tllar under main portion ot thebuih n-- FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. &BBBBttim $ CARROLL PRESTON. K. - Sired by Preston 922. by Washington 51, by Cromwell 73. by Wash ington Denmark Ul 1st dam iinbj Ponce, sired by Enoch Arden, 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almoin Forest 2S63. 3rd dam by Garrard Chief Ke is a beautiful bay 15i hands high four years of nge. He has more natural action than any horse living, and from his success as a show horse in his three year old form bids fair to make a greater show horse than his grand old sire, being undefeated in his class us a three year old and alwajs getting his part in the stakes against the crack show oi;.s of 1909. This great young stallion will make the season of 1910 at the stock yards of A. T. Nunnelley. Stanford Ky.. at the reasonable figure of $25 t insure a living colt. Mares kept at $2.50 per month, and not responsible for accident or escape. Season due when mares are parted with or bred to other stock. W. O. Walker, Stanford, Kentucky. BBKvVT i BQi jtHBLLHtaajnaiBatfaaajaMMMMMMMMMBM Koit Salk two Black Uerkshire boars three montlu old. Geo. Carpenter. Fresh Jersey cow for snlo. Carroll Shank-- . 22 3 a need strippers in first Two class condition, cheap, for sale. II. G , Lutes. For Sale A fine tobacco bed, 00 feet lone b 9 wide, neur Mc Kinney. Apply to G. A Alford. McKinney. 22 3 j Five good second hand bungled for sale, U U Carter, btantord A T. Nunnelley sold 12 cattle to Wal ter Walker court diy at 5Jc; he sold six to A McDowell at $5 10. ( will handle hones, break them to ride and drive well, at very reasonable uiif charges Wi,. Adams, Stanford The home ronulns a slate roof has ' Two i' ( came to my place, owner bten newl.v painted anil is in Mjilendld by niini; for this ad and condition, intido and out There Is a cn c "aim- M, u Uarson, Moreland. larjie cistern near the rear door, and the r keep. . Ky one of the leit leu houtes iu tht state work horse for sale; a There Is also upon the pivmUes a good worker Mnd driver. M. F. meat house, brick cabin in the ynrt?: 21-It. D. 4, Stanford. stable, tobacco barn for ten ucreii ol E L Kinp. nf Crab Orchard, sold to tobacco and u goodliouseofQverooms They weih John Cress 11 ho.;nuX The faun is one of the best fenced fd 1,760 pouniN He al.o sold to Gar- tracts of land iu .the county, Is e.j Gay, of Garrard, a horse for $100 productive and is all in crass oxecp't field Auctioneer M II Johnson sold court Illl acres. It is well watered, Coopmule for $115: a cow er's Run flowinjr through one cornorof dav a to Land for $25 and three horses at $45 the place, while a nuraler of netei IOST5 falllntr sptlops and pools make the O. B. Fox, who lives near Bourne, in farm drouth proof Lincoln county, suffered quite a heavy The land Uys moll, beinif sutliclenl-l- y loss as a reiult of the frost and freeze. rolling to alford natural draluaire, All the grapes on his 5 000 vines were and Is of a rich productive soil A He has a vineyard of G acres Held of So acres o( corn list year has killed Advocate now upon it a tine crowing crop ol Prospects for a wheat crop in Adair wheat, which Is sown to clover, the lat are not flattering. Wo have talked to ter belnic up nicely. Sixty acres is to several farmers, who gave as their be planted In corn and can bo seeded to opinion that there would not be wheat In the fall of 1910. The farm of a crop harvested The lies, Is surrounded on all sides !v citi sian fly is destroying it. One farmer zen who own thoir farms. Colonel E reported that his crop appeared to be r. Clay, the owner of Huonymede, doing fine, but upon examination he and bis son. E. P. Clay. Ir.. bolni; oa discovered tha the fly had ruined it. the soutli side, Mr. George Wagner on Adair News the west, the land of AtUh Klizabelb W. It Burton, of Garrard, is report- Grimes and Mrs. R C Talbott oa the ed to have made $2,200 profit on the north and bounded by Stooer creek on d of horses he took several weeks the east. ago to Richmond, Va He went from The residence and surrondiags are that city to Wilson, N. C , a livo stock among the most attractive on the market, to which ho makes large ship- Paris and Oyntblana pike, the former ments of mules and horses. Wilson being located ,5 yards from the road Alexander bought a farm of ?0 acres and approached with a beautiful heart from Jacob White, of the Huhble sec- shaped driveway. tion, for $4,000. J E. Hammond purI tie yard comprises several acres of mules from land well set In blugrass and shaded chased a pair of Janrs Anderson, of Preachersville, for with cedars, maple, walnut, and sever $305 Hammonds Bold his farm in the ai stately ouk and aah trrea. Preachersville section, to his brother, I lie lino ol the t'yntlilana and Paris G. Hammond, for $10,000, or $80 per Intertirbun lailwuy, which has been acre. surveyod and will bo built within tho next twelve months, ruus directly In Notice, Tobacco Growers. front of tho premises and wilt afford qulclc transportation In either direc I have decided to clean up what to- tion. bacco is left in the country. Have al fhe farm will be sold In two tracts. ready bought J. M. Lane's crop of 25,- - tho home place (going Iu tbe direction 000 pounds. Any one having tobacco from Paris to Cyathiana; containing unsold win do well to sea me In the next i-I- ucics. nnd Including the Improve-men'- s WI Kincald, Stanford. few days and tho rental contract for li)10, one 190. Ky. Box 22 4t wlllcomposo tract No. 1 nnd the unimproved landlyloglmmcdlaMt across the plko and containing 125 acres, will compose tract No. 2, irnct IN3. - l one ol tho richest IkmIIck of lund in Central Kentucky. It Is deep vligln bull, contulnsonobundied acres of fine timber and Is richly set in bliicgruss. Tbu timber consists of . ulue-crasI 20-2Four-year-o- ld Law-recc3 e. one-four- th car-loaf 2G8-t'h- Evervthinil Booming. I w aa bnrnint, overytliin in Iiulius mill gents rimnls. We have n frosh lino of luiiies' collars. julHvts. twits mill rtxitly nititie shirt viiigt& Lei us show them Our stock is full of furnishing to you niul give you prices. 1 15 L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Kentucky. sXS g;;i3K If you have anything in the to kJI '.Mt fn 't IF.K STOCK Take to LIME Nunncllcy's New Stock Yards Ho lmyennd scl every tlay in the year except Sunday. JJriag on your tock. Ilwt market ia tho Btatc, with plenty ot etil ami water best covered pen., oiitiida of I)tiisvillo or Lcxingtuu. STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch and fecil limine. W. 1 . Mf A RT Y. IW K. C. W A LTON, h. R. II UG 1 1 K8.S. & T Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, Kentucky. Stock Farms ntiil Town I'mportir Hninlletl on Commission. Siltl. If you llnve Trorly to Sell or Rent Notify Write for Circular to and Boiult U. L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. 1 lnsuris Tobacoo and, Tobacco Barne. Nothing Out Insurnnco. J. C. McClary, n IX Jesse D. Wearen. ft aa. V HARNESS Tht Insurance Man, i'lioiii) Mi Oinet), W, STANFORD, KY. lWalileucn feS Insure with mo ami bo fully protected. VJyf Ul.rl u ifooil cout nnd cnrrlm nice lirml mid ur IroltiT tall tiiUU h inllv liibOiiiodittiHllliiK tit Tlie Wnrllold la u trul IMd iKirm, o( Krnnd ltillIUuullty T' t.tt and brvd lutliiea tunt eiitltlxhliu toUi'oiue ailrool niita (film ibut liHlia min o( Hie rniMt ty 'f H. H.Owtri.AId Hon McKinney Krpat rin'ti liorxi mid fnmou l'rosenltor liitiuU. fiuilid liure lict II ioi. tbu luiwr urn (! tlio title ol y, Ixwk harness, the making of the tnllldn. AUJ. Ifi, iii imd ul Vlllnm- fnriii. I'ukl the ".Moimrcli of Hit lioinn mrvU'li," whllv Hlnnl lv N, iw. mi tlitj turf und iilcr Anionbow V.liiiilnit h Iti rv to the ituil best of which is our speeiul busiIvy mi'i ihipp i Iiiiiii nn ulmiile We are employers jlbimbllik, NmIIoiiiiI llorf Hliiiw. Unit ilum nciulred iinvu IUk 1.ii e ihiuihu iiroviil lire, ness and hobby. hot only imi' Ilwvlla atul KtiDlUl til'J In ll AMirrloiu WJ'I. fuiir ruo Uor. hut tin- (niully liui (urnlilifd of expert labor only, nnd give airo of AiimrKuu uiiiny uot.nl ,iiUn rliift wluiir iu tu u wr old, our Willi. turw rnord t IJHaiiil vulhr Durv IHMI una Mubrluo King loth ii&OlUt 1 mii of Onwinl lilt rTOrl ilinmpluii allow atiillloiit of Natliinul men the very best materials to work rAOf Olltrural Hllti r t'.llld 176otbira III fiiniD tiior. iiioiimy lit tli' reiltd atulllona 111 tlix worldultow ling with. Hence we never fail to give than mi) H IUiiii Dueruta alrd by Maiubrlvo Will mult" the iiriwnt rKoiiBt our farm Jitui; t1, ! u. hU tllOIUUIIlli Uul ul lliv onu mllo from MoKlum , Ky , at tlS to In complete satisfaction to our patrons-Anditm jaur.04i third of 11 hotlrt by Nutwoml ureii uvlnucolt our charges are also well S 111 BlaoatuiidKood In JU llat fourth naatrilt Isonnirf blaclt Jack Illlgand loiiii oung aired 4in IKU hvHtriitbiiioiu MM aire of (i 111 HrlirnollMp by llrlKiiollvn bu rum buck tn appreciated to .1O0 dum Wlllnrd by Albion, mi lmlli klil.i lliit..l(tf ..!.! fifth Kim auy uckt lit uiti II'urnvr byby KdHlu Koret. fy,s4!l;!l .I luor? biuan iliuuli ell on liltHiuuford. urn llu C. MtCLARY. Stanford, Ky. Mnuibrtvo t'Ulof u is &gdt (uh uu-- 1 "niitKiiuii vxir uiku man uuiw, welll ton i uuttar it uia uerNtt In vrr yrur. ntsuMotaayUlug.ablgUactorand as H tOlnur. H.M.OWKMHAH h HIE WAHFIKLD, ari htppil ly - mammoth red and whito oak. blue and black ash, maple and walnut treeit and Now Livorv Is of such a variety and abundanco as to Depot Stroot. bo sulllcicnl to build a number of to 00, bacco barns Tills tract of land has up on It an elegant nd commanding site for STANFORD, KENTUCKY. a residence, t:ery aero of the one hundred and twenty. II vo will produce several lino crops of tobacco, after which it would product) the ltfat corn ami wheat Above that could be grown Horse Prosiiectlve buyers aro Invited to visit policy carries its unequaled op The better we appreciate the task of the farm and inspect and agricultural The fire hisuronce Dortunltieu as a stock the thoughtful man safe from fitting him with suitable nnd ser- farm. I he fat m will first bo gold as a wholn loss. Your ashes will turn into viceable S. O. CARTER, Phone w lj Undertaker and Cmbalmer. STANFORD, fnonelOT, ma KY- HomvfbonaH the Smoke Ashes, " and The Bigger the -- lfil rui-or- d irr. tll. - r. ni( 3. to Nl w loy ln J. Including the rental contract for lhyef r just so mmiy good dollars, und 11)10, and iiosiossion given Atarolt 1, thnt l'Jll It will then In bold In scnaraie if there wus ever money tracts, and tho highest and best bid will looked like a godsend it is that be accepted lwlicy If sold buparately. purchasers of tract which you reap from n No. 2 can havo linmediato uos'ttssiro. that reimburses you for your loss I h terms of the sale will be Ubertl and will bo mado known on day of sale. by fire, nnd that Is doubly secure For fm t her particulars and informa- by being drawn by tion call on, or write Fish & Pennington, N, A. Moore, or Colonel Ceorjje U, bpcakes, Auctioneer Paris, Ky. Stanford. Ky., 200. , 1 v' V fv w . Phoai t (.