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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i t VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 20 1910 NO 21 FULL PROGRAM OF CLOSING EXERCISES Of Stanford School Will Have Elaborate Entertainments Two Graduates This Year The closing exercises of the Stanford school this year will bo moro elaborate than they havo been In any previoui year All the exercises will be held In Wollons Opera House The barcaluu M mate sermon will be delivered by Dr of Danville The meeting i wilt changed to the Opera house that all might havo opportunity to hear him There will bo special music On Monday twill be given Iho Junior play entitled Mr Bob The Juniors be assisted by Mlsa Bertha Jackson who will teach expression In the Stanford Graded School next year l Admission 2S and 35 cents Tuesday night Miss Kate Newland will give a piano recital under the aus of tho music department of the school Admission free except reserve ed seats On Wednesday night the annual com mencement of tho Stanford High School will be held President John J TJgert of Kentucky Wesleyan College at Winchester will deliver tho address Miss Bertie Joan Penny who has been attending Ward Seminary at Nash t vile will play on this occasion She has been with the lot teachers of the land on violin Admission free Thursday night will bo the last The annual recital of the music departments will bo given then These are always Admission 25 and 35 cents enjoyed and patrons are Invited to attend all these exercise Seats will be on Tanners No charges exceptwere specified line calaureate sermon at Sunday even inc All the other exercises begin At SP M- There are but two graduates from the High School this year Thos Bright and Walter Singleton The throo lowest grades held their closing exercises last week In the Col lege chapel which was beautifully dec orated for the occasion Tho teachers Mrs H D Phillips Miss Jennie Now land and Miss Annie McKinney had ar ranged an artistic program Samples of the work which ones hd done were displayed about tho room and made a most attractive setting for the program Mrs Nan Goode Passes Away at Tumcrsville At Home Where She Was BoTh After a protracted illness of a corn- plication of troubles Mrs Nan Goode widow Joseph Goode died at her home Tumcrsville at 5 oclock Wed nesday mornlnttlnlCed 76 Tho burial occured burying ground on the Hocker place at 230 yesterday afternoon Mr J 0 McClary 1lag the funeral services Goode Is survived by tho following children Mesdames T J Goodo this place and R R Green of Tur neravllle and Messrs Joseph William and I D Goode aU of this county She was a consistent member of tho Chris tian church and a good woman in every way She died on the farm she was raised on and her entire life was spent placei Big Haul of Crap Shooters Dozen Arrested in Game in Deep Well Woods Last Sunday jDeputy Sheriff W S Embry made a dozen arrests in the Crab Orchard sec tion this week growing out of tho crap game In tho Deep Well woods last Sunday In which Jim Lee was shot by Tlgo Curtis Most of those arrested were Negroes but several white boys are said to have been in tho crowd All were placed under 25 bond to appear before County Judge Bailey horn this Friday afternoon- S Lee was shot in three places by Curt S till and is said to be in a serious shottion The principal wound is a through tho right Another bul lut lodged In the fleshy part of his r tight leg ahl tho third grazed his atom 111t ach Who fight is said to have started over a nickel during tho of a 1 crap game After ho was wounded Leo told the names or those In the game- R Court At Kings Mountain I Squire Singleton Dispenses Even Handed Justice Squire Singleton held court at Kings Mountain this week and handed out to H number of wrongdoers Justice Claude Rowland 5 and costs for flourishing a shotgun during tho course of a little orRumentthoro and Rowland camo to jail to work out Jim Floyd caught a 30fino for throw- Ing a rock and Jim Florence 10 for cursing Walter Gooch and Geo Rig ney 10 each for resorting to force to settle their difficulties Charles Rob erts proved selfdefense on n breach of the peace charge and was dismissed County Attorney Burch prosecuted the cases before tho Squire J Shall Women Vote 1Ifthey did millions would vote Kings New Life Pills the true remed for women For banishing dull fag ged feelings backache or headache con stipation dispelling colds imparting ape toning up the system aro unequaled Easy safe sure 20c at Pennys Drug Store t RAGGED WORK MARKS- 19TH VICTORY Stanford Defeats Hustonville Here Wednesday 4 to 2 Before A Large blageI In ono of tho games ever seen on the load diamond yet ono of the hardest fought Stanford adminis tering a second defeat to Hustonville by H acoro of 4 to 2 Wednesday after noon add won its 19th straight victory Both teams throw the ball about the diamond like novices at times and tho occur column will show just how rotten sumo of the plays were Two of the boat players on the Middloburg team UaOberry and Sweeny helped tho vial lure out but tho former had to retire in the sixth inning when Coleman col lidwl with him in trying to make first safely a very bad gash being cut above Gndberrys eye from which blood spurt ed freely for a time Coleman almost broko his knee cap and it is feared his injury will keep him out of the track meet at C The Stanford team played tho worst ball that has been seen on tho lot this season Mike Penny led in bungling throwing badly to bases and in tho ninth ho took the studs and refused to run out a clean hit between Sweeney and Stng Coleman dropped throws at third and Hill muffed a fly in center which threatened to become costly But tile visitors had just as much of an off day and tho errors rather counterbal anced each other Embry pitched well tanning out 12 men and holding the West Enders to seven hits which ho kept well scattered The home tads only garnered eight hits oil Swope who twirled it nlcagamo for the visitors He is small but has plenty of speed Singleton and Cole man were the only ones who could find him successfully For Hustonvlllo Sweeney und Yowell curried oT tho bat everytlmouStanford scored first In the fourth in ning when McCarty got first on four wltto ones went to second and third on Swopes wild heave trying to catch him off bag and scored when Sweeney threw wild trying to catch him at tho Hufttonvillo took tho lead in tho fifth by putting two over the With two men out Yowell hit a smashing two bagger bright Gcno Dunn hit to Sin gleton but McCarty dropped tho throw after making n fine atop and Yowell scored Bishop put u corking single to right and Dunn came home from first Stanford tied it however in tho last half when Tom Bright was safe on Gadberrya dropping of Yowclls throw Ho got second on n passed ball by Bish filII fanned but Waters singled to right sending Bright home The vial tors had two men on bases in the eighth and again in the ninth but the agony was ended in the last round when Tom Bright safely bagged Bishops long fly making tho third out Stanford won the game in the sixth when McCarty first singled to right Bishop threw low to catch him at second and the ball bounding far into center hn came homo Singleton sin gled by first stole second and after Coleman had singled by second scored while Coleman was being run down between tint and second Interest was verlkeen in the game and a big rooters was on hand tho attendance being about the largest of the season dtanford plays at Harrodsburg Tues day but unless n better article of ball Is put up this record breaking winning streak is going to get smashed itself The score Stanford AC R II PO A E Waters 2h 4 0 1 0 1 0- McCartylb3 21801Penny c40 0 14 03Singleton us 4 12100Coleman 3b 4 0 2 1 3 2 Embry p 2 0 0 1 5 0 W Singleton If3 0 1 0 0 0 Bright rf3 11100Hill cf 3 00101 31482797 ilustonvilleABRIIP0AE E Dunn SB 51 1311Bishop c G 0 1 8 3 3 Sweeney2b 4 02152Swope p 4 0 1 1 2 1 CDunn It4 00100Stagg cflb n 4rOD 310Nenl rt3Or 0 0 0 0 Glldberry lb 2 01 0 C 1 1 Hicks cf 2 0 0 0 1 0- YowellSb4 12200 37 2 7 24 15 8 Scorn by Innings 1234C678 9TStanford 00011200 04Ijuatonvlllo 00002000 02Earned runsStanford 1 Two base hits YowHll sacrifice hits Embry Stolen bases Singleton Bright Hill E Dunn Bishops Sweeney 3 Swope StBRRi Struck outby Embry 12 by Swope 7 baseon balls off Embry 1 off Swope 1 Doubly playsSweeney Gadberrv and Left on bases Stanford 3 Hnstonvllle 8 Passed bal Bishop Time of game ono hour and GO minutes UmpiresPenny and Lipps Saves An Iowa Mans Life The very grave seemed to yawn be faro Robert Madson of West Burlington Iowa when after seven weeks in the hospital four of the best physicians gave him up Then was shown the mar velous curative power of Electric Bitters For after eight months ofright ful suffering from liver trouble and yellow jaundice getting no help from other or doctors fivo bottles of this matchless medicine completely cured him Its positively guaranteed for Stomach Liver or Kidncg troubles GyJ D Whltehouse bought 45 head of 1000 cattle from Josh Jones at 0 poundIcattleto f Just Shows What Advertising In The Interior Journal Wili Do A letter received by the editor PENCE BROS liiigglrN WngoiiM Fnrm Iniil mauls HnriicHN lite I Stanfqrd Ky May 16 1910 Editor Interior Journal Stanfor4 Ky Doar Sir Our most sanguine expectations were exceeded by the success which our spring opening sales attained on last Monday May 9th Our sales for the day amounted to over 2 800 with over half cash in hand business We had buyers from all over this andr many of the cdunties adjacent to us who said that they found it paid them to como to Stanford to deal with us It may be of interest to you to know that we at tribute a groat measure of the success of our sale to the influence and value of the advertising owe carried in your columns As you probably know we advertised our great spring opening in wayiexcept through the columns of the Journal and we know that we were repaid an hundred fold for every cent that it cost us We regard our advertising as one of the best investments we ever made Very truly yoursV PENCE BROS Was Col Swope Married Jury Gives Dr Hyde Misalleged Murderer Life Sentence Dr B C Hyd9 the Kansas City physician was accused of causing I the death of Col Thomas II the former Lincoln county millionaireI of that city was given a life sentence by the jury that tried him The verdict met with general approval here where a great number of Col Swopea old i friends followed the case with in teresththat Col Swopo was married prior to the civil war and has a son living whotis heir to his large estate The villa Advocate received a telegram from the Kansas City Star as follows Please see some oldtimers and ask them if they ever heard Col Thomas II Swope who died recently in Kansas City the alleged victim of Hyde was ever married Report is that about the beginning of the civil war Swope en tered the army At that time he told comrades in Danville that ho was mar ned and had a wife up in tho moun tains Gun Wasnt Loaded William Hubbard In chargeof an ex tra gang of section men on tho L N railroad near Hazel Patch was instant ly killed Wednesday He pulled the trigger of an unloaded revolver but it discharged and tho bullet went thro his heart causing instant death li was 21 years of age and unmarried and lived at Lilly Laurel county Not Sorry For Blunder It friends hadnt blundered It- thinking I was a doomed victim of con I might not bo alive now writesD T Sanders of Harrodsburg Ky but for years they saw that ev ery attempt to cure a lung racklnlt cough fall At last I tried Dr Kings New Discovery The effect was won derful It soon stopped thb cough and I am now in better health thau I have had for This wonderful life is an unrivaled remedy for coughs colds la grippe asthma croup hemor rhages whooping cough or weak lungs BOc SI Trial bottles free Guaran teed by G L Penny Colored Odd Fellows Stanford Lodge No 2940 G N of 0 F and tho Household of Ruth No 680 and Juveniles held their anniversary Thanksgiving service last Sunday at tho colored Christian church F L Stepp delivered the address of the day on the Cardinal Principles of Odd lowship and spoke on behalf of the Juveniles Rev G W Ward of Lancaster followed with in remarks The affair was one of the nicest events held in colored lodge circles in a long while E H F Hyomel has cured me of catarrh of long standing It is the best thing to kill a cold I have ever got hold of Mrs A Hasten Croton Lee county Ia Sold by G L Penny on mono back plan Complete outfit 1 extra bottles floe Miss LINDA OWSLEY of Lexington is the guest of her sister Mrs John S Wells Advocate Miss LAURA CARPENTER Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Robert L Salter in Danville At Increased Salary Prof Hopper is Elected Head Of Mt Sterling School Again PrOf W 0 Hopper a former Stan superIntendent graded school by the board of trustees of that institution at an increase from salaryThesays Prof has given emi satisfaction as superintendent as is reelection and in salary in dicate He is a scholarly gentleman all are glad that he Is to remain at he head of our public school Stanford Athletes To Participate in Big Meet At Danville Friday Afternoon The Stanford High School will have several entries track meet and tournament which will be held on the Central University field at Danville in with the carnival thiS Friday afternoon Harris Coleman who carried off the honors in these events at Lexington will be entered in the shotput and the hammerthrow Wallace Singleton will also enter these events relaverace EmbryEmbry Penny will run in the hurdle race while in the halfmile and mile the local entries will be Lester OBan non and Ed Rankin Singleton who won at Lexington will again be m the high and jump withPenny also entered A largo number of local people will go over to Danville Friday which is the big day of the carnival nnd also the day for the unveiling of the Con federate monument Many local peo thebigthat nleht The floral parade of the carnival will be on Saturday starting at 1 oclock in the afternoon Georgetown and Cen tral play a ball game that afterncon Home Cure For Ejczema Does it not seem strange that so many people suffer year in and year out with eczema 7 A 25 cent bottle of a simple wash stops the itch and will surely convince anv patient This wash Is composed of mild and soothing oil wintcrgroen mixed with thymol and glycerine etc and known as D D D Prescription We do not know how long D D Laborato ties will continuo the 25c offer ns the remedy is regulary sold only in 1 bot tles has never before been put on the market on any special offers If you want relief to a bottle at 25c on our personal recommendation Shugars Tannery Wool buyers from Paint Lick Lancaster and Richmond were here this week to collect some of the crop which they claim to have contracted for some time ago They are raid to have had trouble in securing crops at 20c whic they claim to have contracted at whe the market is now about 30 cts M1fan of the wool growers are refusing t sell at the lower figure t Can See Comet Tonight Tail Swiped Earth Wednesday But No Damage Done Thousands of people in this section of the State who have awaited in fear and willibreathe efIfectsmornings taut week to get a view of the celestial visitor before it hit the I earth but many more were content to wait until it was visible in the early eveningsProf astronomer at Colum bia University says that on Wednes day and Thursday nights the comet was not visible but that the best view of It will saysWhensunset it will be much more brilliant than it was last week in the morning sky Look for it right over the spot where the sun goes down and after the firs t night or two look for a shaft of light reaching up into the heavens un til it seems a rainbow cut in two The official dope on the comet for today is as follows I Halleys comet sets today at 811 Pas tomorrow at 812 r H Sun sets 711 Comets speed today about 1619 miles per minute Comets distance from the earth 14300000 miles and positiondirectlylast autumn Many of the more superstitious especially the colored population refused to Wednesday nnd negro farm hands in many Instances remained in town Services were held at several of the color J churches until late Tuesday nLht and scores are said to have made confessions so as to be ready for whatever might come Editor Breckinridge Pays High And Deserved Tribute To Former Lincoln Editor Sundays Lexington Herald contain ed a picture of Col W P Walton formerly editor of the INTERIOR JOURNAL together with a news story of how he a part in suppressing lawlessness in this section of the State Editor Breckinridge comments upon the matter which is so well known to the older citizens of the county in the ed itorial columns of the Herald as fol lowsWe publish in other columns of this issue a brief account of an incident in the career of a Kentucky newspaper man to whom is due high credit for the service he rendered in reestablishing the reign of law and breaking the pow er of the lawless in a community in which he had then lust settled The incident recalls the more strenu ous days of journalism in Kentucky when soon after the civil war there was an era of violence and bloodshed which seemed to justify the appellation of Dark and Bloody Ground for the State the right name of which in the Indian language means Peace When that day cornedmay it be in the distant future upon which Mr Walton the hero of that incident is carried to his grave it and many an other similar illustration of his courage and devotion to law will be recalled with commendation Now long years we hope before his death it gives us pleasure to publish that incident gath erod by a member of the Herald staff In his regular routine of work and to bear our tribute of praise to one who was induced to come to Lexington by those who wished to destroy the influ ence of the Herald and with whom due to political differences we at one time had serious difficulties but for whom we have learned to have respect and to whom finally we gladly gave full friendshipFor and honesty of he has no superior in the newspaper profession in Kentucky Hubble Every farmer is through with his sheep shearing A M Luco says he is going to take all the wool ho bought and pay what ho promised for it That is way to do business W H Underwood had a 1000pound steer shot Friday night He has no a who did him the trick John Chrisman sold Hig Alcorn mare for 100 W H Dunegan sold his hay to Baughman Co at 15 per tonRobert Fitzpatrick has measles Pat Davis Rankin is very sick with mumps Will Anderson has moved to Dave Spoonamoros Mr Dunbar has setoutsome tobaccor the first we have heard of in this neigh borhood Pat Jones lost a fine mule colt last week J L Sloan sold a fat hog to Lutes at 81c Joe Robinson sot- to Brown Lawson nine hogs at 8Jc A L Rankin also sold them 16 hogs a the same figure Lea Rankin and wife visited D F Rankin Sunday S B Sanders and wife visited his father in Garrard Sun dayThere will be preaching at the Christian church next Sunday evening Mrs J L Sloan went to Lexington Saturday to visit her sister Mrs Clar ence Withers Will Promote Beauty Women desiring beauty get wonder ful help from Rucklens Arnica Salve It banishes pimples skin eruptions al sores and bolls makes the skin sort Iiandlipsn 2oat A TRIP THRO SOUTH TO CONFEDERATE REUNION i Clarence Coleman Writes Inter 1 estingly Of His Travels In Southern Cities ILOUISVILLE May 17 L a frequent contributor for the news of the cheapest and best since a mere kid my first intrusion since the confessIt IhavetheIselfItquit the strepuous life of a country newspaper publisher editor business manager newsgatherer collector dev ilet al of the I J of which he had been part and parcel for so many years or before the advent of the wri ter on this mundane sphere We aro glad to be numbered among the friends of the former editor and they arc le gion and we wish him unbounded suc professIon As to the new management commendation would be superfluous Mr longbeenpaper man His many years service on the Journal at the State andabilityinthatline cess under the new regime that at nearlytwoscoremight be of interest to the new editor to know that the writer learned his letters from the big caption title page and ads of the INTERIOR JOURNAL and in fact we learned to read from the old 1 J I wish to chronicle briefly a few points regarding a recent GullCoast jaunt which carried tho writer through six of the Southern States viz Ken tucky Tennessee Alabama Mississ ippi Louisiana and Florida At 930 p m on the evening of April 23d ac companied by my brotherlnlaw i W prosperousdrulfast flying New Orleans limited L N train for Mobile Ala where we were going to attend the Confederate reunion Midnight found us lunching at Bowling Green and Nashville was reached about 230 a m Shortly after throughOleabout 830 or in time for breakfast Birmingham of about 150000 is the metropolis of Alabama The growth of Birmingham has been little less than phenomenal and the city is justly entitled to the appellation therebeingcoal mines and steel mills within the corporate boundaries of greater Bir mingham The writer attended the Confederate reunion at Birmingham two years ago and while there visited a number of the big steel mills and mines There is a bright future for Birmingham which is destined to be one of the great cities and industrial centers of the now South Already tho city has two skyscrapers that eclipse anything that we have in Louisville a I city of almost double the population of the Alabama town- Montgomery the capital city of Ala bama and tho first capital of the Con federacy was reached in time for din ner This is an uptodate city of about 65000 souls and growing rapidly It is an important railroad center and IS located on the beautiful Alabama river which is navigable for largesized river craft The exact spot where Jefferson Davis stood while taking the oath of office as President of the ConfederateIStates of America in the i capitol buildingthen used as the C S A cspitolIs marked by a brass star old capitol building is in a fino state of preservation and has been remodeled with numerous additions since the war between the Staten and is still the seat of government and the regular meeting place for the Solons The run from Montgomery to nearly 200 miles takes the travelerIthrough the yellow pine belt and low lands of Alabama Tens of thousands of acres of valuable yellow pine have fallen to the woodmans axe within the past few years The turpentine indus try in this furnishes employment to thousandsnnd is a source of profit i to the pine orchard owner Thous ands of acres of boxed pines can bo Gulfaiana and Florida This is also a great industry in south Georgia and the Carl lines What do I mean by boxed Well the pine tree is boxed pretty much as the sugar tree maple is tap Small tin cups art securely attached The cups when filled with theIpine sap are emptied into barrels carried to a nearby still where it is distilled into turpentine and put on the marketWhile the great pine forests have j been so areetawakening to the dilemma and many I young pine orchardsthat is what they them ore to be seen from the car r window And what would the Ken tucky croas tie man think of a cross- tie orchard Well tho L N has several such orchards along its lines in southern Alabama thousands of acres set in catalpa or catawba trees In the orchards we passed the trees werosmall had only been transplanted a year or so but were growing oil nicely An official of the L N road an old freight conductor told us thata good sound tie was Rood forSO years lifeI I ties who ever heard of a sycamoreI v iana wero Concluded in Next Issue I iPAGEI TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY 20th 1910r 1 I TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 HVEIY TUESDAY AND FRIDAYw At 1 Per Year In Advance HELTON SAUFLEYpublisher Entered at the Post Office at Stan ford Ky as Second Class mall clergyritwhcflet go I in our editorial last issue in which we sought to prove that Harrodsburg is considerably more of a a onehorse town than Stanfordwhich slurring epithet the verdant editor off the Republican applied to the best city in all this part of the state What we tried to say at the close of our convincing argument on the subject was that well wager a new summers bonnet that more Har rodsburg people read the SemiWeekly Interior Journal than Lincoln county people take the hebdomadal sheet of our facetious friend We rather regret our hasty execution of the aforementioned typo after calm reflection however Even aprinter should hardly be censur ed for preferring the sweet syllables of Stanford to such absence of cu phony as Harrodsburg indicates to the auricular nerves- THE Frankfort News announces from lr an inside source of information that l Mayor W 0 Head of Louisville will t be a candidate for tho democratic nom h ination for governor Looks mightily rJ like the Louisville friends of Ben Johnson have seen the handwriting on theI wall and are getting ready to throw the harpoon into him We have heard for some time that some of the Louisville leaders have become convinced that Johnson could not win before the people and have been casting about for an other candidate to put up Outside of Louisville and his own Congressional district Congressman Johnson has no strength of any consequence and with Louisville getting his boom has about run its course What a glorious opportunity it is for a getting together of all democrats behind the Warhorses of Madison and for a united party and victory McCreary is known and loved from one end of the state to the other and can win Whats the use fooling with unknown Quantities and taking serIous chances 1 t justhowit past few years until we attended court j at Danville Monday Now the capital of Boyle is a hustling burg but she has no such court days as we do here in Stanford It is rue the weather was inclement butrainy court days in Lincoln do not produce such lethargy among the traders as was noticeable in Danville Monday There were only about 100 cattle on the mar ket and but little buying and selling One of the biggest stock buyers of Boyle county frankly told us that the Stanford market is far ahead of that at Danville He went further and declar ed that Stanford has become the best cattle horse and stock market in this section of the state and be ought to know for he keeps closely In touch with such things All the big buyers realize this for they come here from all sections and most of them are get ting so they go to no other court day sales but here WE havent heard much of the new depot petitions lately This matter ought not to allowed to die out for there is no improvement that is needed more In the city and none that will ItelpjU looks more The railroads bus Incas out of Stanford has grown tree mendously within the few years and it ought to be willing to show its appreciation We believe that it will when the matter is brought before it in the right way Keep up the good work It has been suggested that upon the return of our prodigal son from Africa we kill the fatted trust says the Commoner n Middleburg We are wondering what the topic of conversation will be when Halleys com et shall have come and gone Tho Baptist Sundayschool will have a childrens service in June when an interesting program Is to be rendered A pickedup from here went down and Libertys crack team in a ball game on Saturday after noon the score standing 4 to 5 The boys came back in high glee and wjll organize at once Henry Toombs and Clarence Sims of the New Salem section of Lincoln wers here Sunday Mrs Lawson Lee who was confined to her home most of last week is out again Hon J A Webb routehome andrMrs McD Fogle spent Sunday with McKinneyDr now snugly domiciled in their new residence on street W C Bryant has purchased the lot near the lagoon from Miss Nora Cof fey and has torn away the old eyesore that has been a menace to adjoining property owners for years and will a cottage on the site of the buildingWith exercises Monday afternoon the first session of graded school has passed Into history and the trustees are to be congratu lated on the success attained The en tertainment by the pupils was quite a creditable one and efficiency and patience on the part of teach i ers in the drilling of them for the occa sion The Glens Falls Insurance has made a satisfactoryadjustment and las settled in full the claim for dam ages done by lightning to the White school house at Hubble Ky I can heartily recommend this company for fair treatment to its holders from the manner in which It handled the claim James McKechnle acting chairman 24 2r i r4 flIf- i 3 M aJiAI Itei ITS ALWAYS BAD The Best of Backs Are Bad WhenI They Ache And Stanford ple Know It A bad back is always bad Bad at night when bed time comes Just as bad in the morning Ever try Doans Kidney Pills for It Know they cure backachecure eVe ery kidney 1111 If you dont some Stanford people do Read a case of it Simeon Raines carpenter E Main Street Stanford Ky says Some years ago I used Doans Kidney Pills with good results In 1900 I met with an accident which brought on a recur rence of kidney complaint I recovered so that I could work but my back remained very weak When doing any thing that required stooping my back became very lame and painful Re membering what Doans Kidney PUs had done for me previously I procured a box at Shugars Tanners drug store and they gave me great relief Doans Kidney Pills have my highest endorsement For sale by all dealers Price 50 cts FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansandt- ake no other All Wish Him Well Friends of Mr E C Walton who recently sold the Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL to Mr Shelton M Sanfley will regret to know that he will leave Kentucky with his family about June 1 to locate in Atlanta Ga where he will go into business Mr Walton was con nected with the paper he sold for about 25 years arid its owner and editor for ten years during which time he made a fine reputation as a capable newspa per man and friends of tho entire fra ternity will wish him successLexingt- on Herald i QUEEN OF ACTRESSES PRAISES PERUHAI Miss Julia Marlowe I am glad to write my endorse ment of the great remedy Peruna I do so most heartily Julla Marlowe Any remedy that benefit digestion strengthens the nerves Tho nerve centers reqnlre nutrition II the digestion Is Impaired the nerve centers become anemic and nervous debility Is the result Tlieras a Difference I H your Walls are Artistically- Decorated the HOUSE becomes a HOME and HENRY BOSCH COMPANYS Novel end Exquisite Collection of I WALL PAPERS Will work tho chanso nt nn expense much more moderate than can ho secured elsewhere A postal card will brlna the Sam ple Hooks to your residence where examination can be made at your leisure without the slightest obll cation to purchase JAMES AIUNOY Painter land Paperhanger Stanford Big Jim N Gun and Nerin Carter will stud the goodmule jack 15 hands high with good weight and bone Sired by Caldwell Old aol one of the largest jacks Kentucky affords and is out Jimhastaiaod on colts till season moneywhich is 8 to insure a living U paid care to prevent accidents but not responsible touldany occur Will stand at Nerin Cuts J N CASH and NEVIN CARTER I Turnenville Ky 200000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices- I have 200000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and oth er building purposes at reasonable prices Call on me or Write me for prices and tell me what you want and I can suit youWALKER OWENS KyShipping s Almont Dare3228 A S H R Sired Dien Dare 1982 he by Cheater KingWilliam byAbdallah2nd dam Lady Davis by Oil Davit by Bour bon Chief 3rd dam Mattie S by Foreign Light by Foreigner b Imported Glenco 4th dam Bet tie C by Cunningham Copperbottom 5th data by Imported Buzzard NOTEAlmont Dare to far at we are able to ducover it the firit hone on record having to hit credit the honor of defeating with his own progeny those of his tire Dignity Dare Since he brtt became a sue he has from I to 4 premium colts shown year at the different county lairs and they are developing into a fine lot of walk trot and 5 gaited ones This horse it the result of a Melons mating with the best dams and sires obtainable and as a natural rrtuh isa fine hone beautiful bay about 16 hands poundsA6 distinct saddle gaits all fast true and naturally extremely high A high tailed to eat to pay too I tneetesrt aaTlI11t o T A Soon Empty Flour Sack will be your experience if you em ploy the Baughmans Fancy Patent No 1 brand in your baKing Your family will eat so much more bread etc that it will seem as if you couldnt bake enough to them Better pay good flour than for medicine though Order your grocer to send you a sack of I Baughmans Fancy Patent No 1 flour today and youll have less dyspepsia medicine to buy hereafter J H Baughman Co A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin HentucKy tam n Jones Ifatlbnnl School ol AuoUoueeriOhlcttROnnrt hnvi bud exp rlOnee In the his cuttle salei nt the Union took Yards Ohlengo where we sold some thoroughbreds ns high ftl llQ Alto In torso Miles where 8no sales wore made each day Auctioneering Is n science and I have ladled It with tbllld lieu or phone me before you arrange for your cnn mnk toourndlultngo IllOS Ir5 R NOTICETho o having claims anal it the estate ot Mrs Belle Rico deceased wilt present them properly proven to me nt once Those ow the estate uro notllled to settle with on- eImmedlatalyAdmtnlstrntorOMrsBelle Blue Harry JacobsDealer In and ot Marble and Cranito Monuments Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees Office and works Mo Kinney K- ySpring Summer Stock Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex patience Then your clothes irhethero low price business suit or the finest eronlng clotbe1II have that and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to yonrmoasure I will also take your meal Ore toptl1samples on band ready for your Inspection ir0 KUPLRYTheTailorStanford MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No to f d A M will meetI in stated communication on each first And third Monday night of each month loo oclock their ball on main streeet Stan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra ternally Invited to be present T W Pen I nlngton tire L N TIME TABLENo 21 Honth 1129 PM 10 S3 South 2O41 A M No 14 North 4 UO A U- NorrNorth6t0 v jt No 27 1010 AM Xo 18 240 PM JOS S RICE Agont W ATRIBBLEFurniture and Undertaking Day Phono 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentucKy trotgeldfag600 and to Troiy Date that hWaD more DignilyDaretion This hone owing to age and location will make the season at our stable 2 12 miles from Hutlonrille on Hutfonville and Labmyrr1t- al 15 to insure a lire cohoMares traded or bredelsewhere renders season due Grats in abundance st 2 month Our at retponsiblelorinspection invited E S POWELL SON- Huttonville Ky i Barn Lumber For Sale- I 120000 feet of Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Barn Patterns which I will sell for cash or trade for Com Hay or good Horses reaII me at once Respectfully C J SIPPLE London Ky f n r IThe Cost of firing hat not increased so much if You Buy tho right Kind of Groceries Quality counts a whole lot in the ragu I lation of household ex perience Do your marketing here and J youll find yourself en the best things without having much for themI I IWIIStanford I KentuckyI r satisfy for Manufacturer Indlvlduallty at In joying IBring Your Produce To Us We hive opened produce house on Soot enttOitrer lid J will pay the highest market price for all kinds of country produce Bring us your stuff MO BASTIN CO- Stanford Ky BLACKSMITHING 1 Bring your lllaoknnitblog and general teaSatfsfnctlon HIUCKKTTHtnnford jLBeazleyCo auasaut cm V 6 st s 9tJa Undertakers and =Im Also Dealers in Fur MattingBRugaTh8yRill ill Kinds of Stock Give Thom a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCK Y CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE 1 ennJMrnlsb the pumio with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plant of all kInd bulbs potted flower on short wreathsburnilkIndaprices CHRIBTMANfUlKKX ROUSES Ki JluiniAitt PKOH Btaufvd K- yCONCRETING rWe Are in position to do all kinds of con cretlng sucal Work Pavements and In tact we can make any thing from II serveyoupricesbeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky I J BELDEN For house carriage and painting deco entire paper hanging also buggy trimming of all uch AS tops recovered curtains and boots made Stopover Aid rid go blaok KyPhoneJ J BELDEN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell prlTOtelyJmy stock of Oro eerie and Hardware Ing a good bust ness Will Invoice about 6600 Itcason 111 health OEO D HOPPER Htnnford Ky When Hungryi GOTO Carson Restaurant Lancaster Street Stanford K Mcnlf served at al I hours up to 1110 p M Best place lu wnjfor a good quick meal Cooking to vault our customers our specialty SplendId new line of fancy Groceries Hot Coffee Sandwiches pies Buttermilk and sweet milk etc at nil time W A CARSON Prep r I t ss IJYli Ederhcimcr Stein Co iII I MAE t ft s Yr- t vrIF Well Dressedd x fWe arc told that it is wrong to judge n man by his clothes still we cannot help but admire things of beauty on worth t- q iOur young mens clothes at 15 to 2750 the suit ore thIngsf iofreal beauty and value and are always admired Greys J a and blue serges were never as popular before and our stockr f i is full of them fic c H J McROBERTS i 0 J Stanford Kentuckyiaa Qo aoa Q a aa ao aa O L Ienuy R II Coffey E It Coleman Dr Hess Poultry Panacea JIJill euro them ot tlUearo and keep them in good thrifty condition J Tho increase in the number iwyfor DrugStore PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky m roy ft afn C c 11 s ERt1 0IIyU- JZ j trj tr- 2t1 4- tji 0 o- t i Pfc- U I- jtt I 3 Ij When You Have PrcJtdaceTo Sell Call 2r H B Northcott i Stanford Ky Phone 153 t THURMAN K TUDOR Manager- S I S r I I imN1JSTANFOii kyDii MA 20th 1010iPUEILNTERIOR PAGE II I f iAUTOMOBILES J AGENTS FO- RFlanders t 20 750 I E M F 30 I125c j j Haynes Baker Electric 2OOO to Studebaler Garford lgggI6000 If interested demonstrationII I 3 Eagle 1No2556 r Vol 6A S King Eagle is 16 hands r high dark bay with flowing mane and tail goes all the gaits with plenty of speedstyle and action PEDIGREESired b Kin 2S5She by OB Time 745 he b Stonewall Jackson 72 Royal King s Ill dam Mollie MoimU 3584 b the notedte Catbcll Lexington F S King Eaglet lit dam Hip 3579 she Eagle Bird 1014 he by Old King Eagle 7O2nd darn Red 3rd darn Denmark he by Millera Denmark 45 4th dam by Jim Bell thoroughbredI NOTE King Eagle ii a combined stallion a breeder of 6ne color and high styledcolts they all having size style and action He the ot that won the 50 stake at the Stanford lair and the 100 stake at the lancaster fair defeat ing there lour of the get of the great Rex Pea f vine This get of King Eagle was second in J the 300 stale at Harrodtburg with 24 entries and defeated the colt that won this stake two out i of three shows His colts are in demand bring the highest prices King Eagle will make the present season at the low price of 15 to insure t a linns colt Willalso stand the great mule jack Jim Keene ISIOor mares and 20or jennets to insure a 11 living colt Jim Keene sired l the Billy i Keene lit dam bythelmpJohnwells2nd dam T Beecher u high black with white points a great mule jack t All of the above mentioned stock will make the season of 1910 at our stable 2 12miles West of Stanford on the Shelby City pike 1 Marcs traded parted with or bred elsewhere for J ieits the insurance andmoney becomes due a transaction information undersigned Ashland highPEDIOUEF Mtirgnret 21734La Elliott HtoneSiKV UarknlRht arknllbt unbeaum 534handsStarlight HARRIS ROBT WOODS IIIS STANFORD KENTUCKY FarmersIbarrels tlofcorn to acre they doing well ARIZONA RANCHES Alfalfa year yield from 12 acre cutting sells We ranches yield two dry years for make rain turn on water the irrigation ditches have ranches cattle ranches chicken ranches ranches and anything ranch large and kinds pricesArizona will become state and coming front rapidly property demand getting higher Railroads being built gold opper and mines pro ducing untold wealth and have the inquiries answered promptly Robert C Saufley 1 MARSH COMPANY Parker Arizona Pence Jr f Pence Jr will make the season of 1910 at thebarn of the John Z Spoonwnore I mile from Rowland ae 10 to insure a living If traded or parted season IIsbecomes due j Pence Jr a bay stallion 7 years I ldJfull 10 Rood style 1 Pence Rlenzl Belmont be by Alexander first dam by Almont 2d dam by Oarrard Chief 1he by Grey Eagle 4th dam by Cop Pence Jrs 1st by Dnrlow 23i5 byCastelar 1072 he Volunteer Barlows 1st dam Woburn dam a Mambrlno horse 3d Mambrlno Messen- geri Pence Jr s 2d dam by Gills mont PGDCe Jrs coILs show ing nicely and they bear proof of him a breeder Mares grazed at 12 per month not responsible for escapes should any GEQ SPOON AMOORE BRO- Rowlat1 Ky Polled Angus Bull I will stand my thoroughbred Polled Aagni bull at my on Somerset pike A tlW when known to be l with calf part 0 W YBtL = Lp the time ofsuch For further call or the Brook No 417M Vol II AT 11 It bred by Kuaone Ituok er Georgetown Ky Ashland Brook was foaled 1W3 solid Itay with left hind root Urook No record I1AU the sin ot nthnt 2ini Iluttte Urook S llellbrook SI7 Jennie Urook 141 J17li Lady Urook 100 and Running Brook silent Brook by No 2S38 the lire of Hcurcli light IIU Urllbtltllbt Vnlpn SwVi siroct by Atcyone No record 877 Ashland Ilrooka tat dnm Iluna Wrest by Ashland Wllkesza lrecordlIJM the sire of John It Gentry 2tU ler JOrtH Ashland Wllkea wed by Wllkoi by George Wllkei second dam Hide LhIY by tretnder I43 3rd data byJila Monroe CI- SNOTEAsbland Ilrook n tel low with lots of substance has a bold way of go1niwttls speed style great notion Us colts are three yenta old and they are all one could expect they bearing good colors wIth plenty of style and tlnlb Aiulund Brook sired the great twoyear old Hallle Brook that sold for Ashland will mae the season at IIS to Insure n living WAR TRACE Will also stand the great young Jack War Trace nt 110 for mares m for Jennets ond be by the Imp Tax Payer that sold for 120J his darn was by tho Imp Great Kast ern War Trace dam by Bedford Htar be by Kzell T H the are raise from 6 to 9 crops of a 1 to 2 tons to the per which from 10 to 20 per ton have that crops of corn a year and no all we have to do to it is to the in c We fruit hay in fact the line or at all cf soon a is to the very All kinds of are in great and every day are zinc we finest climate in the world All Of the G A t late colt mart with mon Is hands hlgn by he by by Ab Pences 3d dam Ed I2d by dam by Ver are all up as accidents or occur place Mosey due cow or from L 4 0 on address 197ffli qy su Red Is handsome and SIoD nrook present colt and in small Watzmann No 343I This splendid German Coach horse was foaled May 21 1903 by H Hajienkamp in Germany He was imported by J Crouch Sons of Lafayette Indiana He was sired by Eskimo No 1400 He is a very fine type of the best German coach horses and sold for 3000 three years ago He will make the season at my place at Hustonville at 10 to insure living colt J K BAUGHSAN RICHMOND Over 16 hands 5yeiiold jack will make ihe season at our arm on Danville pike be tween and Hubble at a fee of 10 insurellingFITZPATRICK RANKIN Hedgerille Ky TO THE FARMERS tileJnwhoold patron te wtnbr me I alio aik tIre INBGf Iaay MW OIYtoM8fI Q L Aj Notes and Accounts Collected We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States No charges unless we collect Also look after claims of all kinds Bank references Correspondence solicited MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky QTHE WARFIELD axai Tr 2I McZlnneyICy flnatAuromhorse show winnIngs he won even chain darnIotharsInaim of onward BllverOO andKJotli r inIjnilit Onward was sired by Oeo Wllki MttnrlrlvoKingif7Minor MX third dam Dotlet br Nutwood fourthdnmTopazbystrtisnso 1 Fifth dnm Willard by Albion qventtsLadysiotafrnldofanythingnai any bone In and out of the stable HustonvilleI E S Powell and C W Adams spent a part of lost week fishing on Green river and broke the seasons record by DjKennedyStanford attended the ice cream and I strawberry supper given by the ladles I of the Christian church Friday evening koodblacksmith enterprisIng Miss Lucy Alcorn has returned from New York stopping over in Loctsville with her sister Mrs Hill Spalding for a few days Mr and Mrs V B Morse left Wednesday for Etowah Tenn where they will likely locate permanently Mr Morsd has been a successful merchant here for many years and he and his wife carry with them the best wishes of the entire community Mr Morae is a thoroughly reliable business man and Ian officer of the Hustonvilla Christian church and that congregation him and his tanceIJudge Wm Myers She is an accom j pushed vocalist with a soprano voice rare sweetness and a pianist with ofI cellent touch Miss Louella Dye is the guest of her sister Mrs Wm C L Holmes formerly a NorthI this place but now a member traveling salesman for the Louisville Stove and Tin Co was seized with a fainting spell here while talking with J G Weatherford Prompt applica tion of restoratives gave him relief and SunidayMisses Mary Peavyhouse and Mar jorio McCormack who graduated with honors were recipients of many ele gant presents Ernest Woods formerly of this city now a Paint Lick banker passed thro Sunday homeward bound with n hundred pounds of fish caught in Green river the past tow days The splendid 357 acre bluegrass farm belonging to the Carpenter heirs has just been placed in our bands with orders to sell at a price that will insure a quick sale Call on or address W R Williams Co The strawberry festival given by the Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church Thursday evening waa an im mense success They had 12 large freezers of cream and six gallons of berries which gave out before half of the visi tors were served The receipts were about 50 W R Williams and wife were called to Lexington on account of the Illness of Mrs F J Mansfield Rev WI Donaldsonof Lexington i will preach at the Christian church Sun day May 2sd MorEin aad evelg c- has o good coat and carries nice head and tail a lure trotter he a little In todays handling ZI TbnWnrneld Is a truly made horse grand Individuality and bred In line Lat entitle him to become a Ire of nole seeing that he Is a ion of the Progenitoriaretut Monarch ot the home stretch while on the turf end after retirement to the stud acquired Imperishable renown ns a sire tot only have the flare Devils Rrtat- race horses but the family has furnished many noted show ring winners as well as linn Devil end Mabrluo King both be ing champion show stallions of National rlnlttbunWill make the prfnent season at our farm one mile from MeKlnnvy Ky at Ilk to insure n living colt Will alto stand good black Jack Brigand toUrlrcnoUr IteIswayrHON MKlnnov Ky will have a special rally on May 29 when an effort will be made to have 200 present W S Willis is a delegate to the Worlds Sunday School convention in Washington May 19 and 20 MRS DAVIS wife of Circuit Judge W T Davis of the Bell district is with her brothers Messrs W L and J M McCarty Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full Brother to Estelle No 219 1400byOoldduet and on to Justin Morgan The dam ImpArabianDorsey Golddust is Florence by Cot den Mingo Chief a ton of Gail a Com et Morgan Note This is an intensely inbred Morgan stallion the blood now in de mand Arich dappled bay black points 16 hands high 1200 pounds stallion of great beauty and action with speed andendurance and unex celled as a producer of high clues show road and Eastern horses The records of hui produce both in show and sale rings show his value and merit as a producer of fine road show and MIA horses look at sire and colts will be convincing Wilt make the present season at my KytodayTheresponsibility for accidents or escapes F REID GALTON12910Season Bite of Calvin O 2I Al Burns 5lathosearetheonlyones led peed the sire ol one dam withone In thexsnilit Hired by GllmbollD WIl InSJOlire In the world lit dam Delay Field totoEnileld2r9haleInSm KentUCky list3rd111m Gallon carries the blood of four Uadlotr fomlllei Ilambletonlan Wilkes Zfaasbrino Thief and Beeleys American Star defeated sellingasisighfrom 1100 to IO Gallon will stand At jn JJrnlffordlVlIIeMoney due ir mare Ii tradedafterbuing brfd flentyof grass at f per mon laved ex prosily for mares no other itock inlxtd with toarM have graS lots and large itablea for mares to foal Grain fed at coet hittl IB Nt4denoeillultO IV l HlUItoitviit r rev a rnI PUBLIC SALE Of Fine Bourbon Stock and To bacco Farm- S S Aa heirs of tho late Mm Snlllo R premiseslCynthlana turnpike on Thursday May 26iO- t tho hour of 2 m antI oolockrwithout reserve 300 acres of land Tho farm Is without question ono of tho best improved tracts of land in the tho Blue Grass region and Is In a high state of cultivation It has been In the same family for one hundred years and each genera vreaervIng it upon ono two story modern brick residences in tile county containing eleven rooms halls 10 closets 1 store room n double front veranda with elegant bay window be tween double porches and with cellar under mattf portion of the build ingTho house contains a sluto roof has been new I painted and is In splendid condition Insldo and out There is a large cistern near the roar door and one of the best Ice houses in the state There is also upon the premises a yrdistablotobacco and a good housoofthuroomll The farm Is ono of the best fenced tracts of land in tho county is cy productive and Is nil in grass except acres It Is well watered Coop ors Run flowing through one cornorof the IDce while a number of never falling springs and pools make tho farm proof The land lays well being ftufUclont ly rolling to afford natural drainage and is of a rich productive soil A field of M acres of corn lust year has now upon It a line growing crop of wheat which is sown to clover the lat tar being up nicely Sixty acres is to be planted In corn and can be seeded to wheat In the fall of 1010 Tho farm is surrounded on nil sides by citi zens who own their farms Colonel E F Clay the owner of Uunnymcdo and hIs son E F Clay Jr beIng on the south side Mr George Wagner on the west the mail of Miss Elizabeth Grimes and Mrs R C Talbott on the north and bounded by Stoocr creek on the east 1 be residence and surrondlng are among the most attractive on the Paris and Cynthinna pike the former being ioosJed 75 yarda from the road and approached with a beautiful heart drivewayThe several acres of l land well set In blugrass and shaded with cedars maple walnut sad sever al stately oak and ash tries parlllInterurban front of the premIses and will afford quick transportation In either direc Ion The farm will be sold In two tracts the home place going In the ditcctlon J from Paris to Cyothlana containing 234 acres and including lmprQve mens and the rental contract for 1910 will compose tract No1 and the un improved land lying Immediately across the pike and containing 125 acres will compose tract No2 NX 2 Is ono of tho richest bodies of land In Central It is deep virgin soil cbntalnsonohundred acres of fine timber and Is richly set In bluegrass The timber consists of rod anti white oak blue and 1 andIsbe sufficient to build a njn44ot td t hacco barns This tra9 L ofl sti 1iSUP- on it an elegant and c6m aadl jBltiafaf a residence IJvcry acre of the one hundred and twentyfive will product whlckItthat could be grown Prospective buyers arc Invited to visit opportunities wholeIncluding1010 antI possession given March 1 1911 It wi I then ha sold In searalo willbotractNoThe termite of tho sale will be liberal and will tM Inado known on day of palo Information GcorJtcD King Eagle Jr PedigreeS red LrS T Harm King RoyalKinIeIJackson 72 Royal King I14m Mol Mountz 254 was by the noted sire CaLLen Lexington F S EaVi M dam Hip 3579 she b Eagle Bird lUl4eby Old king Eagle 750 2d dam Red lion 3d slant Harris Deo JimDellnon she byOld Utendd darn ppct Dot torn and runs Lack to V Cipchi thorough Note King Eagle M Vise yean old dark bay with one white hind foot nice rtuftfafli itnl He stands full 16 34 hand high weight 1425 Ibw wkyA ofspeed k style and action and hit cotli inow ii fc Spiesthattime He will make the tenon of 1910 at oftbarn one mile west of Waynetburg oa Fulisg 0 Orel at 10 to insure a liriog colt Mm trad ed parted with or bredelictahete without my consent the insurance and the moorr come due at the time ol such baatactioo Care will be taten to prevent afcidnU but riot retpoa I siLk should say occur Will also stand a GOOD MULE JACK SAM KEENE wed by S T great Keene sad out ol a pedigreedIcanet Sam Keene il 14 12- hands high blackwith white points He Iiprotrd himself to be a good Will al8to insure a bring colt A lien retained oa all colts until the season money It paid C G CALDWELL OX SON R F D 4 WAYNESDURa KY Phone It 1I s t Ls I jStoncwnll JaclcHoii Tr EThit fine black saddle stallion wa itredby UM j great taddle bietjing itallnfl Old Stonewall This colts din was a Deamaik maze He si a nice colt and hat colts to prove hit roil Vrid- ng Will stand at M to insure IInI lime Ve holdA lien Oft all colu un Banemairn made to stand bj the r- oVe hare pale t lucceu ia breeding7 j Hilly UreckiurMite soaofl9l0atwybarnat8 J4sDto fauure a c1lt 1 until weaning time Hit get of 1909 is now f nylsmtothowfoehisguodbreeduigHewawe IIA T TRAYLOR OX SON I PLEASANT HILL Breeding Farm Stanford it D No 4 I I Stock For Sale i I have toraaleabay mere Mule Tyear old and ponndi and rYfanoldWorltalUlTlne her Hhe Ii sound end ten fair sad diem UHIAIIUINK Huitonvlll 1Siredington Denmark 64 1st dam Baby Pence sired by Enoch Arden 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont Forest 2863 3rd dam by Garrard Chief He is a beautiful bay 1594 hands high four years of age He has more natural action than any horse living and from his success as u greatershoyhorseyear old and always getting his part in the stakes against the crack show horses of 1909 This great young stallion will make the season of 1010 at the stock yards of A T Nunnelley Stanford Ky at the reasonable figure of 25to insure a living colt Mares kept at 250 per mouth and not respon sible for accident or escape Season due When mares are parted wither bred to other stOck l ordJnti4yfjnsUsj r PAGE FOUR t JPHB INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD K2Y MAY 20th 1910 II III 17 i All Peavine 4O92DESCRIPTION sad BREEDING Four 153 loads a dark chestnut sorrel with tot of Lone action sired by damP by Re McDonald 1833 byWanHrt lint onIonsIioLy3 Praine 8S d Denmark 3rd dam b John Wedryy by Dane vjocaen NOTEII you are looking for the bradof horses that are commanding the highest psisct hell rSe ICMhat as much Peavine blood as it U possible log being by Rex Peavine and out ol o- l ld Peavtee mare Will serve a limited number of mares at 25 to inure living colt DALMAS+ s nit stallion is ditk bay 5yearoU 162 with beat of Lone and action with very heavy man andtaila DREEDINO Sired by Cculim Chief lit dam by Ultimus tad dam by Gulls Vermont 3r to the public I know he well enough to get tr coltI fw At time and place Will stand two Jim and BrignolU too well to as I ha made several seasons with them and you all kIlO how they breed 8 to live co Service fee due with all above stock when Dolt a mare sold bred to to other to prev aceklfot but not responsible should any occur S Scudder r hose in ReUdeoce J r a PRESTONNo This Champion 5 gaited stallion oi Kentucky Winning at all the Kentucky lain and also at the horse shows ai Buffalo N Yn St Louis Mo I and Kansas City I Sired by Washington No 54 frit Jam Bell by Rhoderick No 104 second Sam J fpCMQII ia brown 1534 highwilh flee style and very high action J j not only proven himself to be a great show horse but alss a great breeder is the Iweof CalTolt Pteaton owned by W O Walker of Stanford Ky foe he refused 3500- t adgieaion ukra lie was only 3 years or see u He ache grandsire oi Diana of the Lea a at Square Garden FaU Ien a Jones who paid 5500 for her also a grand sire of Queen of the Night that sold in ItL YMsrch CI1910or 850 P Preston will make the season of 1910 at in Crab Orchard Kyj at the reasonable r figure ol 20 to insure a living colt Will keep mares on grass at 250 but will not l lreslcOruible rot accident or escape of Season is due if mare is Stadedor parted withofJ 101It dock VJC BAILEY Crub Orchortl Kentucky tI t GEORGE HUR Yt f A very fine draft stallion weight 1600 pounds stands full 1C hands t high Ho was by Ben Hur Major 273 3133 Grand Sire Scott 2430 Dam Jennie Beatrice Clydesdale Georgo Hur is half English coach and half Clydesdale best draft horses in the state Will make the season ni my place t10 to insure a living Colts can be seen at my place I They show for themselves I stand two Jacks a Shetland pony at10 each to in r sure a living M S BAUGHMAN StonfordKy Black JoeThis handsome young stallion the property of J D will make the season of 1910 at my barn in Crab Orchard Ky at the very reasonable price of 15 to in i ffljre a living colt Black Joe the noted sire Pres toa 922 1st dam Lucile 2nd dam Bcttte Robinson by Robinsons Ver moRt Hamblclonian He is a black parse 1594 hands high weighing 1025 rkiunds 5 gaited and verye tame jacks Porter These jackal known need advertising Terms insure the advert foaled traded stock Care taken R McKINNEY saddle by hone hands He which winner Madison lad stable month stock sired colt will also and colt Son by both in his rack and trot with plenty of style and action Just the kind of horse for the farmer to breed to to get the best all round youhookwill go no further Will keep mures on grass at 250 per month bra will not be responsible for accident or escape of stock Lien retained an colt for season until paid Sea son Is due if mares are traded or parted with orbredto other stock JC BAILEY Crab Orchard Kv PUBLIC SALE 1 We will sell at public auction at Nunnelleys Stock Yards in Stanford on FRIDAYand SATURDAY MAY 27 28 A lot of nice horses cows hogs cattle sheep farming inplements and in fact lots of everything a man needs on a farm It you are looking for some choice bargains dont miss this sale If you have anything to sell let us know W H Fields W M Duncan J T Morris I Red Light Rod sorrel horse 4 old 16 bands high extra weight and bone Sired by famous roadster and sire Red Loaf who Is too well known to all horsemen to need description s by C F 218 1 se dam byhod Wilkes Red Lights 1st dam was Day Maid by Cccllltn 230 2ndtsMidanight by Pilot Jr 6th dam Twilight J by Lexington OLb dam Darkness by Wagner re In offering the services of this prom re Islnc young stallion we feol safe i sayimg that with his size style form boundtoItJ stmy livery barn In Stanford at 81G to Insure a living colt money duo who n or colt la foaled or mare with 01 no sure to seo him before breeding your good mares O G BISAZLEY Stanford Ky v DONVARR1CK This magnificently breu young trillion will make tlm season of IWO a III3 stable near Mtnnford Ky on the Hholby Ulty pike at ill to Insure n II vine oolt Ion Varrlck Is 142 a beautiful chestnut short buck henv late In snot tho highest typo of the troll and perfect dlspoMtlon by the grr Onward Hllver XrOW thud won the 3It Transylvania a seven heat rare in its and the wino year won the IIOAW tonne Memorial and the M and M all In broken lieata mid sold for tttW and Inter fur fcSl r Wi Don Varrlok Is bred oxnctly like Hpan TransyIvnnlina Id as one of the big four being one of the greatest money winners on the grand cir cull tn iwx- Onward Hllver Is by Onward ode of th greatest and best sons of George Wilkes a data was the dam of Director tho sire of that great family of trotters andpacers Don Varrlcks tat dam was Wilkes ltoyb OeorgetVllka a lull slst to The Way 2I tyand Itlllf sister to Stn tone Patcuen the UK in of llubtxr Yh Winchester 2HH4 Hilly Wilton sa and lloggOrtlnxlerntltlen Don Vnrrlckadam produced Dr Conner that paced a public half mile on the lAtxIngton track at 16 months in 10+ and sold to N Wllublngerof New Maven for i Igotbtrnthtt18 months old In tam and sold for ISO Don Varrlck Is fast game and always on trut very rarely over leaves his toot In winks handling last Fall lie trot ted a qun III1II0llndtrack Please note the rich Inheritance of speed on hOb sides not a missing link for generations Hired to this fellow and you brltrlookSee him before booking your mares Season obredper day and all care taken but will not bo lionVarrlckhandling at same place will stand TwokClifton Ian black Jack with light points 4 years old last Boptumber 1534 hands high with n matchless head and ear well set on A rangy neck has plenty bone and subntancp and ns a breeder he not RUSSELurpaaacdf oldNmuch finish nnd action ntfa horse and ha n ireeder he Is the equal of any jock Doth of these Jacks will serve mares at 110 to Insure a Ilring colt Trndlnq the mere forfeit the pruenlrany occur Jennets will be cured for after June lat and bred by prlvatecontroet Kl WOODS J ItWOODH BEAU NABOTIIrl 4306 IHired by Nnboth IO1I4 Record SWjHenu Nnboths tire Dam Nora by b EI IiiISUseventh data aired by Tharnton Rattler Menu Naholh Is a large horse standing IS- bllnlll and welghing oOl1l1lUon 11153 poquds When ho Incomes stequnlnted tbe toryof education OU tegln to rvalue that he Is truly a remarkable harness itnlllontlmt he must be a great horse Is proved the wonderful progress tbut ho 1ms wade with very little handling he has to he the champion harness stallion of Kentucky He has won over the best horses thut has produced Road of Mist nnd you will see that there are no bettor bred stallion In Kentucky than he In He got a ant clnss combined horses Mist a saddle mare be will get you a saddle colt give him a trotter IUllrejbe will get a trotting colt Nabtl1 lamtlleathant Very Klectloneer llnmlltonlon and four crosses of thoroughbred to glue him stamina and Come and see thla bonu he lives without Jiltthnn horse Will stAnd at the Nnnnelley Stock Yards JohnVookearetakerphone ttl the best peri onal care t hOt Feewto insure alUrlnicW PJCTTUiI Phone 41 BIn DigOitq Dare 1982 combined Htnlllon Jnrk Mahogany weight hap pounds la Absolutely- sound In evergwny Kind disposition and colt easily handled lie lUll stopped eighths In 1ti34 hhobcd loft sulkyl live salted a Srent show horse wearing the blue tie ore y Inco a yearling nt tree years old worn 1 heartblinself He IlIa never defeated except b two ol till own coin and has won ln rli x ofSlioiKl Ills cotta rare always Inside the glacemgalled chow horns Sixty live of his get al iin average a e of years sold at an aver ago prlcv of fill lie never been defeat Id In n produce rln wben shown with 4 tt ix oHrI get Think of auch soddlera ai he has Bred namely Nettleton Wlnnoin Iroiiwctth ricnUnro All White Foot since hutannl x boat of others that have been cold iron 110110 to sum Look at his record at a air oalllldllra ua sea what they con do DIUNITY I A UK got by Cheater Dare N 10tblatdntn by Velchinont SW7 AT 11 It hobs William Welehall A T H 11 s h by ityarleke liamble onion No 10 A TIIIt wilt serve mares thin season of 1910 at m stable In Huston vllle at the tow price of tWITOINHtniB A LIVE DOLT Money due when colt comes or snare trade or removed or bred to any other stock lien retained on all colts until pnld fo Grass furnished at reasonable price settlercoorto 10 In morning and 4 to a In evenlni Mares wilt receive my personal attentloi but will not be responsible for accidents 0 escapes Will also nt the same time an place stand my great breeding Mute Jack PEYTON ao well known In the West End of Llncol jennetrtpnhyothnby nubbles Brlgnolta and out of Jim IVtcrM Icnettton u one with very large lane an- loolIood neck and ear good quarters we mounted IS bands 1 loch high and by all who see him and U sold to be t teat mule Jack In lIncoln county All are Invited to come and see Phone In residence r D S CARPENTER- O HrjATOXTILLK K Greyo Shetland pony 38 Inches tall own cd by Hugh Reid Foster will mak the season at to insure a living coIl lie is by an imported pony that CO 81000 in the Shetland Islands and I berors re lamed on all colts until season i paid Mares parted with or bred elsE where forfeits Insurance and mono becomes due Will make the season a my farm JOHN B FOSTER 10 to insure Stanford Ky Sequel No 25 12 Owned byJ B Sandidge Hus tonville KyBay stallion left hind white foaled Nov 17 1904 sire Prospect by Dignity Dare 1882 Dam Squirlie 191 by Black Squirrel 58 2d dam Daisy Denmark 188 by Sumpter Denmark Jr 3rd dam Fannie Wallace 56 by Sir Wallace Sequel is one of those full made ones with two good ends and a middle is an extra individual in every- respcctJUSl such a one us you see winning the blue ribbons in the show ring is fine gaited neyerI touches himself anywhere and very high going on all round He as won 16 Hue ties in show rings defeated Come and see this colt he is worth going miles see Sound This horse will make the season at Hustonville at 150 to insure living c- oltPOwhattan Bay Stallion 153 12 hands JiigHi by Dign Dare I st dam Minnie by Rienzi 2d dam Pauline by Almont Forest 3d dsm Seller i mare fut pacer He u a fine individual high actlo nice to handle Will make the HalOS of 1910 at my farm a McKinney MIOlo iasure a live colt 1- lorfled if mare is sold faded or bred to aoothe e S M OVENS 8c SON Sired Elmo y IP 3 All Hail to the Farmers and Stockmen BeholdrI the Conquering Herdse Have Come II fine young jack Excelsior sire Emperor Hidalgo en importedwill male 1910 at CeaaV Creek Valley Stock Hay and Tobacco 12 outh Crab Orchard on the Cap pike specially selected from Great Jack Herd Mr Shelby Tevis Travellers Real prior to sale J 1000scre This is fifth year F black in color trimmingt a true picture an ideal jacka paragon style symmetry and IIsray hat magnificent Head eats neck and body a strong pleaunt countenance eipreuing gratitude alert aquiline eyes the rightsae form and beauty that vibrate in unison and harmony animated by true and fond emotions neck shoulders trunk feet legs thighs muscles sinews bops and correspond in unique proportions and at indicate he isa picturesque model to Jackship He hat the action agility and animation a racer or Arabian and demon hates to the beholder is the gifted a noble sue and has always trans mitted to his colts size symmetry style and beauty with elegance and these attributes make them sell high All coltsof hue been mate except two and all have sold from 65 to 125 at weaning or weaning aceptlwo they for sale Excelsior his a trongnorou rhythmical tenor voice and brays the hours in chronological and short or long metre sings Onky Only Onkyl Iuy I sayl Excelsior Royal Donkeyl Was sired and foaled tn Old Kaintuck And to work and luck t I sayl Iuy Im the Royal Donkey I 1 say See and hear the Royal Donkeyl Chorus Onkyl Onky Onkyl Jenny Jenny Jenny my Jennyl Onkyl Onkyl Onkyl By special permiuion the following gentlemen and citizens Lincoln county have kindly consented to be as reference and endorsement having raised or purchased produce and personally know this jack as a great breeder and that colts rated with the best viz Messrs John Saylor John Henry Harris e Brom F Long Morgan Chapple George Holmes Lute King Bowen W Givensro Jocobum Retnessrach and I S Tens 4 Y Excelsior standat 8under same conditions as the stallion Redalgo Ex celsior is the ofa very fine jennet colt and is destined to be a great jennet jack The seen jennets will be A PedaloThe young stallion Gallons Pedalgo will standat 1 000 Acre Ranch He is a dark bay hands high four years old his all the essential factors ota mod stallion Sired by Gallon 12910 dam Pedie register No 3715 she Iby Falconer AbcUllo Membrino the season cost 100 dint Lottie Morey by a F Gay This stallion combines the blood ofthe Hambktonian Wilkes s Membrino Seely American Star and Clay families and will stand at IOuo a Moneyeescape mares Mares pastured at 2 per month K you want stylish fast troths d breed to Pedalgo het Bulldine the Peerless HOIII ideal color form style 1Islsndprivilege All best pays to is bull is IIconditiollle and will themselves without thet + g best prices ask courtesy to purchase at progeny these fine animals over other buyers The King of Lincoln notable and prolific This Jersey bull was fired by Dr Vaught No 72915 dam Roberta 123610 J 8 West St New York Ywill stand at Three Dollars cash at the lot with privilege ofre turn Cows and heifers putured at reasonable This bulls progeny have been 85 heifers high grade heifers have from 50 per head short and low yearlings Every family should have a Jersey cow as a matter comfort eonomy good Always have golden Jersey and butterItheir on 1 000 Acre prolific liraestoae and muchvirgin beautiful landscapes wire I landIcrop cents per pound John B Jamie G Carpenter Jr Managers RF D No Crab Orchard Ky 1Some Kentucky Fair Dates Lancaster July 273 days Versailles Aug 34 days Danville Aug 33Lexington Aug 86 days Tayloraville Aug 94Harrodsbunr Aug 94 days Brodhead Aug 17sdav- sCecilian Leaf 44165 by Red Leaf 121390 the greatest all roadsters I it DayMaid Cecilian he Gambetta Wilkes 2d Nel by Oalsora 1024- 3d dam Noon Day by 275 4th dam by Pilot Jt12 I CeceLan Leaf the blood C F Clay and Red Wilkes is unitedwith CambeHa Wilkes and Jrand should prove a cross which cannot be excelled Cecelian Leal it a well ltyelopedrct trotting colt four old is a with two itehiodleetanda star is exceptionally raagy a trotting hone especially grateful the neckataods full 34handa high ac The dam net roe sea son of the Crain Farm 2 milesaof Ky Chappells was the of Isaac his jack two ago for the ranchijack in his Ts with characteristic of of the ears The tail once hit of steed he son of form his mules soon after are not order in the lives for sayl e of used his hit are will sire for 15 the 15 el 2d C etc etc of hornless red Short Bull an animal in sire lot return farmers should raise the beef cattle it keep the best It the the sell the the market price the of st A sire No A C c Na 17th N rates per cent Hit sold 35 to as good ot living cream eyes picturesque sold for IS 1 days of dam am St In of that of Pilot He rich bay for inn 15 his Crass He A with of that We daysLondon NIcboIasville Aug 303 days Barbourville Aug 313 days Montlcello Sept 63days Glasgow Sept 284 days State Fair Louisville Sept 126 days I tion to his speed makes him an ideal horse for s I heededintrot horses and it is the walktrot that sells for the most money and has the readiest sale Cecelian Leaf U unmarked but cantrot in 228 Hal will go fot a record this summaiHe will make the season at the Pink Cottage I barn 1 12miles from Stanford on the Huston sills The fee to a limited number of ape proved mares this season willbe 15 for a living Season fee due when mare u tatted with In offering the services of this young honewhaefsireandwbote dams sire are among fucyaIaowoteeol rue merit C E TAIL IdAY20th 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY PAGE FIVE 1 Muslin Underwear r Surprising values in corset covers skirts gowns drawers 25c to 2 per garment they ore tastily trimmed and the sewing is firstclass I SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky I NEEDLES Dobbins nncM Shuttled to DrugStareONAIS F OrchardWednesday TurnersvilleIscountyMRS F J TANNER and children are Ylalting relatives at Ierryvillo and at Springfield MieePearlat Winchester JOHN B NEVJUS of Lebanon Junc I fishIng tromWaynelburgheadquarters will bo in future MR J W HotTCCLAW a valued I J changedtromMRS HOUKH CARPENTER has return I ed to Sholbyvillo after a pleasant visit GICarpenterIn charge of the Presbyterian church at again this summer during va cation at the Seminary tI apIntedKings Mountain All news given her of and favors shown will bo much appre elated J REV HUMPHRIES representing the Baptist Orphans Home who preached at the Baptist church last Sunday has been guest of Rev J T Hosklna this week thllcityj In the IRlaturt WAS the 1 guest this week of hui cousin W A Carson and other relatives here Mr Carson built the old hotel by the depot and was long a prominent citizen of this community I S SI H IS S Miss NELLIE WILRON HILL Is ill with a mild attack of scarlet fever yesterdaywith MtXpnlaDR T J ACTON of Eubanks has seYeraldajs Christianroom Saturday at 230 p m MISSES JENNIE AND MARTHA WREN JamesPrIcereportedtofriends feel much encouraged ThurmondKCollegeMissentertained the faculty of the Graded Refreshments sion was made an enjoyable one for allMRS J BEECHEn ADAMS and chil Danvlllehave onEnnd Mrs W S Lawwlll MRS ALICE NEWLAND who spent MDalley ed ft house lot in Cincinnati and makeherefficient confined to his home with a severe case of mumps Hta brother Cecil Man is carrying the mail in his stead EtoteahTennthe aged Mr Henry Blankenship at JustreturnedwhenthreatenedMRS SAMUEL BIRO of Chicasha MrsW WITH Soft Plaited Fancyor a Plain Bosoms Detached or attached cuffs Our fullmadet Coat Shirt is a model of convenience I WHITEfSHIRTS orIShirt is the standard of quality 4 andworkmanship while our 150 Cluett is the acme of l style and perfection and the col orsjall guaranteed not to fade IJESoft shirts with collars from 25c to 3 We can show you something new 4 Cummins Wearen STANFORD I KENTUCKY L IIir i NOTHINC EVER HOLDS US BACk When It comes to a chance to serve you with better merchan odyotaUtimesfaction with our dry goods carpets and shoes is our first con sideration We know the better we please you the more cer yourfriend LOCALS READ E C WALTONS sale ad SKATING at the Opera House to night NICK lot of room mouldings and fram ed pictures W A Tnbble Second hand Bell City separator for sale at a bargain W 0 Walker tf LoSTl150hog Wood Crossing Reward for return 13W Givens JUST received a car load of American fence Its the best made George II Farris LOST redfemale fox hobnd with white feet and white on tail HackleyJrFon SALE Few nice Duff Orpln hatchlniMrsD No1 FOR SArGolden Oak Princess Dresser and folding bed Both good as new Mrs J S Rice Stanford 234 Holliatera RockyMountain Tea tones the stomach stimulates the lazy liver strengthens the bowels and makes their action easy and natural The best tonic for the whole system 35 cts Tea or Tablets Shugars Tann cr l Boards For Solo Have about 30000 or more boards for sale will take con tracts for tobacco sticks Oscar Hcrtel I Crab Orchard R F D1 242 t i r L loaves ol one raised more the other ati tfjKfT1 P J tl 1 l f I Rev J T Hoskins announced last Sunday that revival services will start at the Baptist church June 17 Much in tereat continues to be manifested in the services at the Methodist church and the are large nightly W S Dar bought of Jesse 0 Car penter his livery outfit nnd will con tinue the business at the old stand in Hustonville Doc knows as much a horse as an should and doubtless will do bodrand new I line farm Mr Carpenter will return to his o rofPURSUANT to an the Lincoln circuit court the creditors of the estate of W T Adams deceased are hereby directed to file their claims with the un dersigned commissioner on or before required C C 3t 100 Reward 100 The Rftdm ot this piper will be pfeuai to tarn that there Is at lent one dreaded dteaM that science tuu been able to run la all lu nun lid that la Ctturb lltirt CatUTb Cure Is the coif positive cure now known to toe medical fratmllr Catarrh brine a roiutltutlonAl tlUnuwi rrquln a conitltu tknul treatment Htttl Cntirrb Cure to taken In tisanes tUna dlmtlr upon the blond and raucous nirftrea ot the tyitrm thereby dettroylnc the foundation of the dtacaxr and ttrtna the patient strength by building up the conttnutlon and antet nature In doing lu wnrk The proprietors hivelInemuch faith m lu curative powen that they tenOne Hundred Dollars any taM that It UUi M tuft Send tor lUt of Addren F J cm Bold by all nrunMa Take IlaUi Family 75eI r 1 A Carload Just Received S i E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY J A Silk Petticoat r Is n necessary serviceable and sensible adjunct to every ladys wardrobe and of course she wants best There is nothing 1 better made than our Miss New York skirts workmanship will delight most critical Why not have the best price 5to 750 f I I atf J f tmWg i t1 I At4J 4 i If ROYAL laMmgPowder renders the 1 food more digestibleand r wholesome tQl Ifr 11ftf KINGIScienUIicbread fiWandpot fHgcBtlbto than Avoid Alums oiIk iaWii mwJCPO 1 wrWi iI totl t congregations about for trollmonlaJaI IIIBest w L0iI Preachersville Penn Williams is reported very ill Charley Hutchins who recently came here from Knox county died cud denlv at the home of his brother Rev William Hutchins Deceased was 23 years old His remains were taken to Knox county and laid to rest in the old family burying Master William roundIfollowed him to 10 days ago and after starting home found they were not in line When the dogs did not show up at eating timeI I j =5 t the the the very their master was ready to give them upKas lost Just one week after in walk ed one of them and the supposition Is they were treed in some den nnd had filled the den behind them with dirt and stones by scratching after some var mint The other canine is sfili re ported on the missing list The Baptist Sunday school is pro gressing nicely since It was reorganized in April Why do the old people not take a part in it thus making their presence felt Miss May McAlister ia organist for the school and is filling the position In a very satisfactory manner Levi Bell sold 150 barrels of corn to J H Baughman Co at 3 delivered Cress Jones have shipped a car of mixed sheep for which they paid from 4 to L Blankenship sold a nice driving pony to Logan Thompson for 75 S D Carpenter bought a cow and calf of S D Turner for 37 SO Sam J Harris bought a pair of mare mules from J Matt Craig of Rockcastle for 340 and sold 48 fleeces of wool to B D Holtzclaw for 55 W H Brown and J H Thompson bought agood har ness mare of J D Horton for 180 J P Ballard 30 125 ho of 8JcWilsonand Miss Essie Roberts of Chicago were visiting Mr and Mrs Tom Shaw Miss Bessie Smith of Whites Mill and Mr Manuel of Garrard were guests of Miss Allie Harris Owen Duvall and nephews of Rockcastle were visiting AUlustBartelswere visiting tho families of William Ranko and Henry Miracle Ike Mills and family were with Robert Smith and wife Miss Lucille Ballard is visiting friends near Hubble J E Dick erson of Lancaster was the guest of Mlle Kennedy Will Naylor and wife GpsbenTobeen wondering at our absence from explanation Vising Hustonville precinct No3 as census enumerator That portion of r Lincoln county was new to us and we knew of no personal acquaintances While looking over the territory before beginning work we remarked upon the fine country and wondered if tho people there were as fine as the country Now we can answer in the affirmative The people without an exception were as pleasant and good natured as one could wish to meet Every where at meal time we were cordially invited to par take and in no instance were we refus ed a nights lodging One fine old gen tleman at 2 r M asked us to return and spend the night which we did Up on crossing the threshold of his resi dence we were bidden Make yourself at home We would like to go on and mention all the kindnesses shown us and the number of nice people wo met but lack of space forbids We will say in closing that no finer more onerous or better people live anywhere than those of End Some Alcohol Questions Is alcohol a tonic No Does it make the blood pure AyersSarsaparillaYes Does it strengthen the nerves Yes Is it the only youriDull your boysl Dull girls I Dull men 1 Dull women I CAyerCoLoweJlMtwjvery often due to constipation Yet the cure Is so casv tL MnrlinIn Hughes T W Humble W O Wash Goods I We have just received a new line of white goods in Persian lawns mercerized chiffon French lawns and sher rette cloth suitable for waists dresses etc also a nice line of linen finish suitings in natural white and all I We are also showing a colorsItiful line of colored tiste lawns all preferred shades in stripes rings dots and flor al patterns m j HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes y LSTAORD KENT CKYI 1 1 i r I PAGE SIX THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD K5T MAY 20th 1910 t f L Dispersal Sale of the Glehbumie Short Horns t To Se Sold Thursday May 26 1910 Near Danville Ky Sale At One OCtock PvYt H P HAWKINS ProprietorP O STANFORD KENTUCK- YAUCTIONEERS Col Qeo P Bellows Maryville MoCol Cary M Jones Chicago I11 I THE FENCE THAT HAS TAKEN KENTUCKY FARMERS BY STORM Upt date farmers who dont want to be fooling with new fencing every few years or continual patching are buying the BROWN thENCE Its the best for service and the price is right Any weigh and any style Na CI CARPENTER Stanford Ky At Lincoln Natl Bank r PUBLIC SALE i Of Magnificent Farm The undersigned will on Wednesday June ist 1910 About II oclock A Mon the premises sell publicly to the highest bidder that splendid farm known a the Todhunter Place located in Fayette county Kentucky on the Walnut Hills turn pile road and containing 4583 acres Upon said arm u an elegant twoHory brick dwelling of R ten rooms with good cellar bath room and all modem conveniences and all usual and necessity outbuildings including servant quarter in excellent repair three good tenant houses two practical ly new tobacco ham capable of housing 30 acres of tobacco and excellent stock barn andvarious other improvement The place hai upon it all Decenary fencing and ii suppliedwith lasting and well distributed water to an extent to satisfy the most exacting The u u good a the bert to be found in the far famed Blue Craii Region a large part of it now in grass and balance yi in the higlir t state of cultivation Thepst cultivation of the land has been such and its present condition u now such that acceding 200 acres of the land u now ready for growing tobacco the remainder susceptible with tillage of like use later so a purchaser may confidently rely upon or 100ACres for tobacco annually for alltime to come The remainder of the land being eminently suitable for cultivation in other crops No more attractive farm in itself and in its environments is to be found and either for home or investment purposes it cannot be surpassed and this opinion we believe will be shared by any who will investigate The sale of the property is made necessary to effect a settlement between the ownersMr Hieatt will be found upon the premises until dayof sale and will be glad to show the place to intending purchasers TERMS OF SALE Onethird ash balance in one and two years from March Ist 1911 notes to Lear 6 per cent interest payable annually and to be secured by vendors lien purchasers to have customary seeding and full possession March lit 1911 Purchaser will mlso get the benefit and assume the burden of a lease for two years from March lit 191 1 covering certain tenant houses and barns on the Combs farm details of which may be learned on application Discount at 6 per cat per annum from day of payment to March III 1911will be II on cash payment For further information call on or address W F HIEATT R F D No 10 Lexington Ky I Fayette Telephone No 2356orC B MOSELEY Versailles Ky Heavy Harness ForHeavy Work Receives just as careful attention from us as the fanciest driving har ness we make Of course thejeath er is solid well tanned and can stand any reasonable sirain We can equip your horse to your entire satisfaction r J C McCLARY Stanford Ky You Kitchen Water Boiler tlOuld never be tinkered with At the slightest sign of damage send for us and have us repair it proper ly or put in a nice one There have been many accidents caused by trying to save a small plumbing bill And our bills are always as small as honest plumbing will per mit W K WARNER t Phone 188 STANFORD KFNTUCKY e k we oIioo Nar ixYcKk tut Nk 4pi2 s cosy ytJa F ex It w r Good Nrs I write to tell you the good news that Cardui helped me so much lustworthwrites Mrs Maryan Marshall of Woodstock Ga trustthating as I did will take Cardui for it has been a Gods blessing to me and everylady 52Take CARDUI The Womans Tonic No matter if you suffer from headache backache pains in arms shoulders and legs draggingdown youfeelout and generally miser youItof other weak sick ladies giveitthankful ever after u Lumber Longest Here is sent out first And you can be enoughtoEver had any experience with green afteritand use only the seasoned kind the onjy lumber we sell Kyt++ c i J auXb lt 4 +a+w+ KSs FARMS DEPARTM1HT Jno S chipped 2 carloads of hogs to Louisville 8 to 865 for them shapo74xJCashs store Turnersvillc 232 Fresh Jersey cow for sale Carroll ForaleA fine tobacco bed 90teet long b 9 wide near McKinney Apply to G A Alford McKinney 223 Brown mare about 1G years old in stray pen Owner can got same by paying charges B D Carter 243IM S BnuRhmnn sold a Jersey cow to Davis of Gitrrard for SCO and one to Land Buchanan for 65 At Clarenco Lobus sold to Leslie Combs of Lexington 10000 pounds of merchantable wool at 35 clan pound FOR SALEA rood brood mare with lInllleyKings The Markets Cincinnati May 19Cattle receipts none market steady fair to good shippers 66Wi7 GO common 2 COfa 525 Hops receipts nono market active lOc hghen butchers and shipper S985WJ3 90 common 8 7ofn9 80 Sheep receipts none market steady I 350fr6 Lambs steady 450 C7 G5 I Notice Tobacco Growers I have decided to clean up what to bacco is left in the country Have RI ready bought J M Lanes cre of 25 000 pounds Any one having tobacco unsold will do well to see mo in the next few days W P Kincaid Stanford Ky Box 2C3Phono 199 24t For Sale Small well Improved farm just alit side of town limits between Stanford and Rowland has splendid house with all necessary outbuildings now fine young orchard water at door anti barn I have aloo KM acres of land 2 miles from Rowland on Dix river and county road which is all In grass and timber with of 20 acres which is In cultivation For information call on or address Frank Cordier Rowland Ky An Experts Opinion ot Skin Dis eases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whose name you ore familiar with eays that in all his scientific ex perience he has never found so hud a disease to conquer as eczema Yet he does not hesitate recommend ZEMO as a most successful remedy for tho diY and all other diseases of the skin and scalp lie says that not only do its cu rative qualities make it popular but al so the fact that it is a liquid remedy for external use A great im prov over the old style greasy salvos and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy tho germ life that causes the ZE MO draws the germs to the surface and destroys them leaving the skin clear and healthy Can be used freely on In ants G L Penny will gladly sup ply those who call with a free sample bottle of ZEMO and n booklet which explalr In simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure yourself at home with ZEMO Handsome Nome Waltons Op era House Furniture Etc At Public Sale will sell at public auction at my borne II logan Ave at t clock sharp ou HATUIIUAY MAY IItb IBID Mvrootn residence lu Rood repair large I lot garden alrrnfy planted good stable and one excellent cistern etc Also Walton Oporn louse which baa a oUn cnpnclty of OJ and whlchl equipped with pin no lis sets ot icrnery two curtains t3chaIn etc Lot of cad kitchen WalnutYurnltureFurniture 2 dining room tables Uulf nslon Yl1IdlllllUtIniuMitlngHtorei wardrobe 1 sideboard 1 hut rock lot n kitchen utrnstts 1 lon thlllilltootit before sale commence J IV Chandler Auc PC W A TOO Sample Helps Frail Women So many women are dragging out weary lives just because their diges tive organs are weak The result is pool circulation nervousness and the verge of invalidism It is often very unnecessary and the woman own fault thewelfaroknowthatIndigestion and from this raI suits piles weariness etc otDutedies and things of that kind until you movloJYouregularly once or twice a day all your goodmildSyrup Icpsln for awhile and you will andtrongorselves and work at wiltdisappearpills or salts but just such a mild and pleasanttasting remedy as Dr CaldwellPepsin You can obtain a bottle of our druggist for fifty cents or one dollar and either may be enough to perma womenkeepno lon er be without It as It cured them and can be used with safety by every member of the family down to theyoungest child but If you have never SCoxandieendyourselfIpleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelyfreeletter and he will reply to you In detail yourloamewell building Montlcello Ill OO H Next Door to Hank E m M Well and of all t r Sold Soil Write and But WearenT- he KY Residence Phone MS Insure with fully S DNew the and the safe loss Your ashes will turn into good and there that like a that reap n that you your loss and that secure Penninglon Ky 200 We Have The Most UpToDute Line Pants Town c J in shades greyIbrowns white greens blue serges butIstyle Come let us show to SAM ROBINSONI+ Lincoln County STANFORD KY t- lE D- UPTODATE f W I 1 made Mens Boys i Price within jjream I OL C t L Le SANDERS Crab Orchard KentuckyUt EEEe IiI1 IjIf have to I tIt in r STOCK LINEtTake to r I Nunnelles buy and B t year except YardsI j your stock Best with tf r LexingtonSTANFORD I a r u t W L MCAitTylCf E C VIres L n IUOnEss 1II e Stanford Real Co KentucibrI Farms Town Property on Comtuiiioii Stocks BondtIf Have Property to or Rent Us for Circular toJL R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Insures Tobacco Tobacco Barns Nothing Insurance Jesse D Insurance STANFORD 801 me and be protected CARTERLivery Dopot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY Above Smoke Ashes fire policy carries thoughtful man from just so many dollars if was ever money looked godsend it is which from policy reimburses for by fire is doubly by being drawn by Fish Phone Haaar of in all flan nel and nothing and them you National EEE clothing Itm you anything the New Stock lie eel every dar Sunday market the State plenty WALTON Estate Stanford and Haiiillcd and you Notify Ky Min OHlce insurance the you Stanford IJ C McClary I I Undertaker ant Embalmorl r STANFORD KY I mow Fhon 18T Home Phone S3 I I