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NO. 21 RAGGED WORK MARKS Just Shows What Advertising In The Interior JournalilWill Do. Can See Comet Tonight Tail Swiped Earth Wednesday But No Damage Done. A TRIP THRO' SOUTH TO CONFEDERATE REUNION. Clarence Coleman Writes Inter- 19TH VICTORY Thousands of people in this section of estingly Of His Travels In (A letter received by tin editor.) the Slate who have awaited In fear and Southern Cities. coming of the comet will trembling the breathe easier now that tho earth has passed through thu tail and no evil efLouisville, May 17. Id one of tho rnggedest games ever The closing exercise of tlio Stanford fects huve been felt. A great many more elaborate seen on tho local diamond, yet onu of school this year will ho Lincoln county people arose curly in tho Dkau Interior Though n frequent mornings last week to get a view of contributor for thu news colums of the than they Iihvo bean In any previous th hardest fought, Stanford ndimnis- HiiCfiirM, WniJoiiM, I'nrin Iiciplr-inrtilyear All the exercises will be held In tering u stcond defeat to Hustonville, the celestial visitor before it "hit" the "cheapest ond best" since n mere kid, llnriiPHM, I'.lc. Opera House The tiy n scoru of I to 2 Wednesday after- Walton's earth, but many more were content to yet this is my first intrusion since tho sermon will he deliver! by l)r noon, add won its 19lh strnight victory, ruate wait until it was visible in the early change in management; and I confess evenings. Everett (Ml, of Danville. The meeting Until teams throw the bull about the it is with some hesitancy that I break was changed to the Opera House that diHtnond like novices ut tunes, nml tho Ky. , May 18, 1910 Prof. Jacnby, astronomer at Colum- j the monotony of protracted silence. I all might have nn opportunity to heir mror column will show just how rotten bia University, says that on Wedneshave not as yet fairly recovered from Two of the a. mho of thu ploys were. Ky. him Thero will bo special music day and Thursday nights the comet was the shock of Ed Walton's quitting the t the on iho MldJloourg 10am, players On Monday night will be given not visible, but that the best view of It tripod and I am nt a loss to know what and Sweeny, helped tho visi: Junior play, entitled "Mr Hob " Tim Door will bo had Friday. He says he will do with his eratwhllu hnav splf. be assisted by MUM Bertha tors out, hut thu former had to retire Juniors will "When tho comet appears just after It must bo a lonesome rest to Ed to who will teach expression in in the sixth Inning when Coleman Jackson, were exceedsunset it will be much moro brilliant 'quit tho strenuous life of a country Our most sanguine with hnn in trying to maku first the Stanford Gndd School next year than it was last week in the morning! newspaper publisher, editor, business safely, a very bad gash being cut above atAdmission 25 and .15 cents sky. Look for it right over the spot manager, our ed by the success which collector, devTuesday night Miss Kntc Newland (indherry's evu from which blood spurtwhere the sun goes down, nnd niter tho il, et al of the I. J., of which he had will give a piano recital under the nus ed freely for a time. Coleman almost Our the day first night or two look for a shaft of been part and parcel for so many Monday, May on pices of thu music department of the broku Inn knee cap and it is feared his light reaching up Into the heavens un- years, or before tho advent of the wrircserv-c- d Injury will keep him out of the track school, Admission free, except til it seems like a rainbow cut in two " ter on this mundane sphere. We are hand cash amounted to over $2, 800. with over meot at C. L. seats. The official 'Mono on the comet for glad to be numbered among tho friends The Stanford team played tho worst Wednesday night the nnnualrnm-menccmeWe had buyers from On today ib as follows: and over of the former editor, and they are leof tho Stanford High ball that has been seen on tho lot this ilallcy s comet sets to day at 8:11 P. gion; and we wish him unbounded sucSchool will be held President John J suaauii Mike Penny led in bungling, M.. to ua, who at 8:12 r M. Sun sets cess in whatever avocation or professmany of tho 7:11. Comet's speed about 1,019 ion he may choose to follow. Tigrrt. of Kentucky Wraloyan College, throwing badly to bases, and in tho refused fl distance at Winchester, will deliver tho nddress ninth ho took the "studs" and Sweeney paid then to coaio to Stanford to deal miles per minute. Comet miles, and As to tho new management, com they found from tho earth. 11.300.000 Miss llcrtlo Joan Penny, who has been to run out a clean hitbutween mendation would be superfluous. Mr. Nash-vlllStagg. Coleman dropped throws and rapidly increasing. attending Ward Seminary, nt Comet's position Saufley, whilei a young man, has long with She at third und lilll muffed a lly in center directly north of Orion, where it was been in the harness, and isnn Al newswill play on this occsslon. we atmay be of paper man. His many years' service last autumn has bren with the first teachers of the which threatened to become costly. Rut to you to know thu visitors had just as much of nn off J on violin. Admission free. Many of the more superstitious, es- on the Journal at the Stato capital Ian pecially the colored population, refused proved his "making" and ability in that Thursday night will bo the last. The day, and the errors rather counterbalsuccess of our neasuro of the a to work Wednesday, nnd negro farm line. We wish the I. J. the same sucannual recital of the music departments anced each other. Embrv pitched well, fanning out 12 hands in many instances remained in cess under the now regime that atwill Iw given then These are always the and value to the Endera to town. Services were held at Beveral tended it uninterruptedly for nearly enjoyed Admission 25 and .15 cents. men and holding the West kept well scatterAll friends and patrons aro Invited to seven hits which bo of the colored churches until lato Tues two score years under the Waltons. It in your columns. As you probably know, we eight day night, and scores aro said to have might be of interest to the now editor attend all these exercises Seats will ed. The home luds only garnered game & Tanner s. No hits off Swope. who twirled a nice way made confessions, so ns to be ready lor to know that the writer learned his opening in no our be on sale at Shugsrs He is small but has for the visitors. specified. whatever might come. charges except where letters from the big caption title page plenty of speed. Singleton and Colesermon at 7.30 Sunday even-Inand ads. of the Interior Journal; and oxcopt through the columns of tho in fact we learned to read from the All the other exercises begin at man were the only ones who could find Hustonville For him successfully. wo were an hundred SP M old I. J Editor Breckinridge and we know I wish to chronicle briefly a few There aw but two graduates from the Sweeney and Yowcll curried off the batWe regard our High School this yeur -- Thos. Unght ting honors. Cleve Dunn fanned every points regarding a recent every cent up timu and Walter Singleton. (.Pays High And Deserved Tribute jaunt which carried tho writer through Stanford scored first In tho fourth inone of the The threo lowest grades held their investments we ever made. six of the Southern States, viz: Kenlo rormer Lincoln tumor. week in th Co- ning when McCarty got first on four closing exercises last tucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississwas beautifully dec- wide ones, wont to second nnd third on llege chapel, which ippi, Louisiana and Florida. At 9:30 yours, Very Tho teachers, Swojie's wild heave trying to catch him evening of April 23d, acp. m. on orated for the occasion. Sunday's Lexington Herald contain- companiedthe my brother-in-laby W. Mrs II I) Phillips. Mis Jennie Now-lan- off the bag und scored when Sweeney P. Walton, for- B Adams, a young and prosperous ed a picture of Col. W. and Miss Annie McKinney, hid ar- threw wild trying to catch him at the merly editor of the Interior Journal. druggist ranged an artistic program. Samples plate. of Louisville, we boarded the together with a news story of how he fast flying New Orleans limited L. & Hustonville took the lead in tho fifth of the work which the little ones hd played a prominent part in suppressing N. train for done were displayed about the room by putting two over thu pan. With two lawlessness in this section of the State. were going to Mobile, Ala., where we smashing two attend the Confederate and made a most attractive setting for men out, Yowell hit a Dunn At Increased Salary Was Col. Swope Married? Editor Breckinridge comments upon the reunion. Midnight found us lunching bagger to right. Genu hit to Sinthe program. matter, which is so well known to the at Bowling Green, and Nashville was gleton, but McCarty dropped the throw older citizens of the county, in the ed- reached about 2:30 a. m Shortly after after making n fine slim und Yowcll srnrtd Rishop put a rorking ainglo to Jury Gives Dr. Hyde, His'AlIeged Prof. Hopper is Elected Head Of itorial columns of tho Herald, as fol- daybreak we were speeding through Mrs. Nan Goode lows: right and Dunn came home from first. Birmingham at "Ole Murderer, Life Sentence. Mt. Sterling School Again. We publish in other columns of this about Alabam. in makintr for breakfast. Stanford tied it. however, in the last 8:30, or issue a brief account of an incident in Birmingham, with time Tom Bright wus safe on half, when a population of about "Passes Away at Tumcrsville At Gadberry's dropping of Yowcll's throw. the career of a Kentucky newspaper 1 50.O00. is Dr U. C. Hyde, the Kansos City Prof. W. O. Hopper, a former Stan, man to whom is due high credit for the The growththe metropolis of Alabama. got second on n passed nan ny win physician, who was accused of causing lie of Birmingham has been Home Where She Was Bom. as super servico he rendered in op lilll ranneil. but waters singico to the death of Col. Thomas II Swope. ford hoy. has been little less than phenomenal, and the right, sending Hright home. The visi the former Lincoln county millionaire intendent of the Mt. Sterling public the reign of law and breaking the pow- city is justly entitled to the appellation, After a protracted illness of a com tors had two men on bases In the eighth of that city, was given a life sentence grauea scnooi oy me uoaru in trustees er of the lawless in a community in the "Pittsburg of the South," there plication of troubles, Mrs. Nan Goode, nnd again In the ninth hut the agony i. n, u,rv ihn ir.o.1 him The verdict of that institution at an increase from which he had then just settled. being no less than a score of iron and in salary. The incident recalls the more strenu coal mines and steel mills within the widow of Joseph (ioode, died at her was ended in the last round when Tom met wi h general approval here, where JUNO atTurncrsvllle at 5 o'clock Wed- Rright safely bagged Bishop's long lly, a great number of Col. Swope's old The Mt Stirling Sentlnel-Democrous days of journalism in Kentucky, corporate boundaries of greater Bir home ... i. i.l nesday morning, aged 75. Thu burial making the third out. (rtenils followed ine case wun mucii in says: "1'rot. Hopper has given fltnl. when soon after tho civil war mere was mingham, nent satisfaction as superintendent, as an era of violence and bloodshed which Confederate ine writer attended the occured In the family burying ground, Stanford won thn camo in the sixth tcrest, reunion at Birmingham inseemed to justify the appellation of two yecrs ago, and while thero visited on tho Hocker place, at 2:30 yesterday when McCartv. first nn. singled to is current in Kansas City his re election and increase in salary A report afternoon, Mr. J. C. McClary conduct- riirht. Bishon threw low to catch him that Col. Swopo was married prior to dicate He is a scholarly centlman "Dark and Bloody Ground" for the a number of the big steel mills and ing the funeral services. at second and the ball bounding far into the civil war and has a son living, who and all arc clad that he is to remain at State, the right name of which in the mines. There is a bright future for Mrs, Goode Is survived bv tho follow- center, he came home. Slneleton sin is heir to his large estate. The Dan the head of our public school Indian language means "Peace." Birmingham, which is destined to be ing children: Mesdamcs T. J. Goode, gled by first, stole second, and after ville Advocate received a telegram from When that day comes may it be in ono of the great cities and industrial upon which Mr, and It R Green, of singled by second, scored the Kansas City Star as follows: the distant future Coleman had this place, new South. Already the centers and Messrs Joseph, William while Coleman was being run down beWalton, the hero of that incident, is city has of the and ask Stanford Athletes "Please sco some two that eclipse carried to his grave, it and many an- anything that we have in Louisville, a and I. D Goode, all of this county She tween first and second them if they ever heard Col. Thomas was a consistent member of tho Chrisother similar illustration of his courage city of almost double the population of Interest was very keen in the game, II. Swope, who died recently in Kansas tian church and a good woman in every and a big crowd of Hustonvillo rooters City, tho alleged victim of Hyde, was To Participate in Big Meet At and devotion to law will be recalled toe Aiaoama town. Now, long years with commendation. way. She died on the farm sho was was on hand, the attendance being aver married. Report is that about the Montgomery, the capital city of Alawo hope, before his death, it gives us bama, and the first capital of the ConDanville Friday Afternoon. raised on and her entire life was spent about the largest of the season. beginning of the civil war Swope enincident, gath- federacy, was reached in pleasure to publish that on the place. Stanford plays nt Harrodsburg Tues- tered the army. At that time he told time for dinered by a member of the Herald stafT ner. day but unless n better article of ball comrades in Danville that ho was mar-ne- d of about is an The Stanford High School will have in his regulsr routine of work, and to 65,000 This and Is growing rapidly. It breaking winning is put up, this record and had a wife up in tho mounsouls several entries in the track meet and bear our tribute of praise to one who is an important railroad center, and is going to get smashed itself. tains." Big Haul of Crap Shooters. strenk is tournament which will be held on the was induced to come to Lexington by located on the beautiful Alabama river, The score: Central University field at Danville in thoso who wished to destroy the influ which is navigable for large-size- d Stanford river connection with the carnival this. Fri ence of the Herald, and with whom, Gun Wasn't Loaded. AB R H PO A craft. The exact spot where Jefferson Dozen Arrested in Game In Deep Waters. 2b 1 day. afternoon. 40 duo to political differences, we at one Davis stood while taking the oath of exWilliam Hubbard, in chargeof an Harris Coleman, who carried oiT the naa 3218 aiincuiiica, McCartv. lb Well Woods Last Sunday. tra gang of section men on tho L. & N.y honors in these events at Lexington, time we seriouslearned to have uui iur office as President of the Confederate respect, 0 It 4 Penny, c have whom America in the Alabama State railroad, near Hazel t'atcn. wasinstant-l1 and the and to whom finally we gladly gave full States of will be ontered in the shot-pu- t 4 2 Singleton, ss capitol building then used as the C. He pulled the hammer-throWednesday. killed n.nntv Sheriff W. S. Embrv mada i Coleman, 3b Wallace Singleton wilt meed of admiration and friendship. 4 capitol is marked by a brass trigger of an "unloaded" revolver but also enter these events. dozen arrests in the Crab Orchard sec- Embry. p 2 For courage, loyalty to friend and S. A. The old capitol building is in a it discharged and the bullet went thro The Stanford team in the mile relay nrincinle. honestv of nurnose. ho has no star.state of preservation and has been 3 tion this week, growing out of the crap W Singleton, If his heart, causing instant death. He race will be Coleman, Penny, Singleton superior in the newspaper profession in fine In tho Deep Well woods last 3 Bright, rf remodeled with numerous additions was 21 years of age and unmarried, and Embry. Same which Jim Lee was shot by 30 KentucKy. Hill, cf since the war between the States, and and lived at Lilly, Laurol county. "Tigo" Curtis. Most of those arrested fc.mbrv and t'ennv will run in the hur is still the seat of government and the e and mile dle race, while in the 31 4 8 27 9 7 were Negroes but several white boys regular meeting place for the Solons. are said to have been in tho crowd. All Hubble. the local entries will be Lester O'Ban-no- n Hustonville Not Sorry For Blunder. The run from Montgomery to Mobile, and Ed Rankin. PO were placed under $25 bond to appear AB Rll nearly 200 miles, takes the traveler 5 Sincloion. who won at Lexington. hnfore Countv Judno Bailey hero this E Dunn, ss my friends hadn't blundered in "If through the yellow pine belt and lowFriday afternoon. f (I 1 8 Uishon. c thinking I was a doomed victim of con will again be in the high and broad Every farmer is through with his lands of Alabama. Tens of thousands 40 Lee was shot in threo places by Cur Sweeney, 2b sumption, I might not bo nlivo now,' iumo. with Penny also entered. yellow pine have sheep shearing. nd U Raid to be in a serious condl Swope, p 40 u. i. aanuers, oi iiarrousuurK. A largo numoer oi local people win A. M. Luco says he is going to take of acres of valuable writes fallen to the woodman's axe within the The nrlncinal wound is a shot CDunn, If 40 Ky., "but for years they saw that ev go over to Danville Friday, which is all the wool hn bought and pay what past few years. The turpentine industhmnirh thn rloht lunir Another bul Stagg.cf&lb 40 the big day of tho carnival, and also ho promised for it. That is the way to try in this region furnishes employment ery attempt to cure a 30 cough fail. At last I tried Dr. King's the day for the unveiling of the Con- do business. lut lodged In tho fleshy part of his Nenl. rf to thousands, and is a source of profit i.. ..ml thn third crazed his atom Gadberry lb Many local peowas won- federate monument. 20 New Discovery. Tho effect W. H. Underwood had a owner. Thousu nrh. tfho llcht is said to have started Hicks, cr stopped the cough nnd ple have receved invitations for the steer shot Friday night. He has no idea to the "pine orchard" derful It soon ands of acres of "boxed" pines can be 41 over a nickel during tho progress of a Yowell, 3b I am now in better health tliau 1 have big dance to be given at the rink there who did him the trick. seen from the car window in the Gulf crap game. After he was wounded Leo had for years. This wonderful life-i- s that nieht. John Chnsman sold Uig Alcorn a States of Alabama. Mississippi, Louis37 2 7 24 15 8 The floral parade of the carnival will marc for $100 told tho names of thoso In thu game. an unrivaled remedy for coughs, W. H. Duncgnn sold iana and Florida This is also a great Scorn hy innings 1 2 3 4 5 C 7 8 9- -T colds, la grippe, asthma, croup, hemor- be on Saturday, starting at 1 o'clock in his buy to Baughman & Co. at $15 per industry in south Georgia and the Caro-Hnrhages, whooping cough or wcok lungs. the afternoon. Georgetown and Cen ton. 0 0 0 1 12 0 0 0- -4 Stanford What do I mean by "boxed?" 50c; 1 Trial bottles free. Guaran tral play a ball game that afternoon. 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0- -2 Court At Kings Mountain. Hustonvillo Robert Fitzpatrick has measles, Pat Well, the pine tree is "boxed" pretty Earned runs Stanford, 1. Two has o teed by u. u l'enny. Davis Rankin is very Bick with mumps. much as the sugar tree maple is "taphas moved to Davo ped " Small tin cups ars securely athits Yowell, sacrifice hits Embry; Will Anderson Home Cure For EJczcma. Bright; Hill, d Stolen bases -- Singleton, Spoonamoro's. tached. The cups when filled with the Squire Singleton Dispenses Colored Odd Fellows. B Dunn, Ilishop, Sweeney, 3, Swope, Mr. Dunbar has setoutsome tobacco. pint sap are emptied into barrels and Justice. 12; by Stagg. Struck outttby Embrv. still, where it is Docs it not seem strange that so the first we have heard of in this neigh carried to a near-b- y Swope. 7; base on balls oft Embry 1; fine Pat people Stanford Lodge No 2940 G. N of O. many eczema suffer year in and year out borhood. week Jones lost a Bold amule distilled into turpentine and put on the Double, plays Sweeney, oft 8woM5 1 fat market. J L. Sloan colt last ? No. 580 with Squire Singleton hold court at King's E Dunn Left nn bases, F. and the Household of Ruth Whilo the great pine forests have A 25 cent bottle of a simple wash hog to Lutes at 81c Joe Robinson sold Mountain this week, and handed out Gadbcrrv and held their anniversary Stanford 3: Hustonville 8. Passed ball and Juveniles service last Sunday at stops the itch and will surely convince to Brown & Lawson nino hogs at 8Jc. been so ruthlessly slaughtered during justlco to it number of wrong-doerBishop. Tiiwi of game one hour and Thanksgiving Christian church any patient A. L. Rankin also sold them 1C hogs at the past few years, yet the peoplq are and F. L. lie fined Claude Rowland $5 duringcosts 50 minutes. Umpires Penny and Lipps. th pnlnred and This tho for nourishing a shot-gu- n Stepp delivered the address of tho day soothingwash is composed of mild with the same figure. wire visited, u. .r awakening to the dilemma, is and many Lee Rankin and what they oil wintergrcen mixed young pine orchards that argument there, and course of a little on the Cardinal Principles of Odd FelSunday S. B. Sanders and call them are to be seen from the car Rowland camo to jail to work it out. Saves An Iowa Man's Life. lowship and Laura ,B Chenault spoke thymol and glycerine, etc., and known Rankin Sun- - window. And what would the KenPrescription. Wo do not wife visited his father in Garrard .ilm Kiovd caught a 130 fino for throw on behalf of the Juveniles. Key. U. w. as D D D.long The very grava seemed to yawn tucky cross-ti- e man think of a cross-ti- e the D D. D Laborato-rle- s duv ing a rock and Jim Florence $10 for Ward, of Lancaster, followed with in know how Robert Madson. of West Burling There will be preaching ot the fhris-tia- n will continue tho 25c olTer, ns the orchard? Well, tho L. & N. has cursing Walter Gooch. and Geo Rig affair was one Sunday evening. Iowa, when, alter seven weeks in teresting remarks, Theheld in colored remedy is regulary sold only in $1 bot church next several such orchards along its lines in ney $10 each for resorting to furco to ton. hospital, four of the best physicisns of the nicest events nn Mrs. J. L. Sloan went to Lexington southern Alabama; thousands of acres tho tles and has never boforo been put settle thoir dilHcultiea. Churles Rob- gave lodge circles In a long while, h. 11 I. him up. men was snown momBr the market on any Bpcclal offers If Saturday to visit her Bister, Mrs Clar- set in catalpa or catawba trees. In the on n breach of erts proved villous rurativo power of Electric Bit vnu orchards we passed the trees were small ; tho peaco charge and was dismissed. tprn For. after eight months of f rich t "Hvomei has cured mo of catarrh of 25c want relief to night try a bottlo at ence Withers. on our personal recommendation had only beon transplanted a year or County Attorney Uurch prosocuted tho long standing It is tho best thing to ful suffering from liver trouble and so. but were growing off nicely. An cases before tho Squire. of." -- Shugars & Tanner. Beauty. no help from kill a cold I have ever got boldcounty, Will Promote yellow jaundice, getting official of the L. & N road, on old Croton, Lee Mrs. A- other remodies or doctors, fivo bottles la SoldHaslan, L. Penny on money freight conductor, told us that a good, by G. Wool buyers from Paint Lick, Lanmedicine completely Women Vote? Shall of this matchless Complete outfit fl; extra caster und Richmond were ho re this Women desiring beauty got wonder-- i sound catalpa tie was good for 30 years. him. It's positively guaranteed back plan cured i,.il, hum Itiir-- Ipii'n Arnlpa Salve. whl e five years wos me average uie Kldneg troubles bottles, 50c. week to collect some of the crop which where Is the dealer in all pimples, skin If they did. millions would vote Dr. for Stomach, Liver or Only 50c at G. they claim to have contracted for some It banishesboils It makes eruptions,soft nt a pino tie; but ever heard of a pine remedy nnd never disappoints. the skin Kentucky ties who King's New Life Pills tho true and Miss Linda Owsley, of Lexington, time aero. They aro said to havo had soresvelvety. It glorifies the face. It tie'' However, the scarcity of the ok banishing dull, fog-iri- L. Penny's Drug Store. for women. For and is the guest nf her sister, Mrs. John S. trntihlx in Bi.filrlnif ernnfl at 20c. which cures fMlIne-sbackache or headache, con- hardwoods have even neces- sores, cracked lips, I they claim to havo contracted at. when chapped hands. cold lor ourns. scaius, and other utilization oi inu syctiuiurc dispelling colds, Imparting ap J. D. Whitehouse bought 45 head of I Wells Advocate. II est Btipation, sltsteu trie now about 30 Miss Lauha Carpenter is the guest the market is d cattle from Josh Jones at G rafn.iFi.Jtn fever sores, cuts, bruises and piles, 25c and other woods that were undreamed petite and toning up the system, they of Mr. nd Mrs. Robert L. Salter, in of the wool growers are I are unequaled. Easy, safe, sure. 2oc,cts. He sold a bunch of (Concluded In Next Iuue.) I at Penny's Drug Store. ' Danville. sell at the lower figure. cattle to A. 1. McDowell at 6c. at Penny's Drujc Store. 1 Of Stanford School Will Have Stanford Defeats I Iustonville Here Wednesday to 2 Before A Elaborate Entertainments iLnrjic Assemblage. Two Graduates This Year. PENCE BROS., ' ' In-s- Stanford,. Editor Interior Journal, Stanford, Sir t, . col-Ii- tained last expectations spring opning sales sales for 9th. half in news-gathere- r, business. all this counties adjacent said that it us. It interest that tribute groat influence of sale advertising Jwe carried advertised great spring as repaid that that it cost us. best other Interior Journal fold for advertising Gulf-Coa- st truly PENCE BROS. .... l.WJr e, 10 half-mil- 113 in lung-rackin- .ii. 1,000-poun- as Even-Hande- s. be-fa- ro self-defen- vi mww J 1,000-poun- d PAGE TWO I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. IT'S ALWAYS BAD. MAY 20th 1010 - The Interior Journal. Established 1872. ft A bad back is always bad. Bad at night when bed time comes. Just as bad in the morning. Publisher HELTON SAUFLEY Ever try Doan'a Kidney Pills for it? m I" Know they cure backache cure evTost Offlco at Stan' Entered at the ery kidney ill ? ford, Ky., as Second Class mall. If you don't some Stanford people do. Read a case of it: Simeon Raines, carpenter, E. Main We shot without benefit of clerffy, the compositor and the proof render Street, Stanford, Ky., says: "Some whJlctit ro "Stanford" instead of years ago I used Doan's Kidney Pills "HarrodsburB" in our editorial last good results. In 1900 I met with in which we sought to provo that with Harrodsburg is considerably moro of a an accident which brought on a recure town" than Stanford, which rence of kidney complaint. I recovered Blurring epithet the verdant editor of so that I could work, hut my back retho Harrodsburtf Republican applied to doing anjr, the best city in all this part of the mained very weak. When my back state. What wo tried o say at hip thing that required stooping, close of our convincing argument on became very lame and painful. Rethe subiect. was that "we'll wager a membering what Doan's Kidney Pi Is new summer's bonnet that more Har- - had done for me previously, I procured y rodsburg people read the Interior Journal than Lincoln county a box at Shugars & Tanner's drug store people take tho hebdomadal sheet of our and they gave me great relief. Doan's facetious friend. We rather regret our Kidney Pills have my highest endorsehasty execution of the aforementioned ment. ' typo, after calm reflection, however. For sale by all dealers. Price CO eta. Even a' printer should hardly be censurn Co., BufTalo, N. Y. sole ed for preferring the sweet syllables of "Stanford" to such absence of eu- agents for the United Slates. Remember tho name Doan's and phony as "Harrodsburg" indicates to take no other. the auricular nerves. Ad-an' . l. o "one-horsSemi-WeeklFoster-Milbur- VBIIY TUESDAY AND At $1 Per Year In FRIDAY The Best of Backs Are Bad When They Ache, And Stanford People Know It. Almont Dare 3228. A. S. H. R. Sired by Dignity Date 1962, he by Chester Dare 10, he by Black Squirrel 58, he by King William 97, 1st dam Totaway 4768. alio rrcisteredin Vol. 10. A. T. II. R. She by AlJallah Mambnno 3715. he by Almont (33); 2nd dam Lady Davis by Cm Davis, by Bourbon Chief; 3rd dam Msttie S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, by Imported Glenco; 4th dam Nettie C, by Cunningham's Coppei bottom; 5th dam by Imported Durrani. NOTE. Almont Date, so far at we ate able lo discover u the first horse on record having lo his credit the honor of defeating with his own Lumber For Sale! Since progeny those ol his site. Dignity Dare, he first became a lire he hat had from I lo 4 premium colli ihown each year at the different 120.000 feet of Boxing. Sheeting fine county fain and they are developing into and Frame Lumber for Darn Patlot of walk, Irol and 5 gaited ones. Tins horse I will sell for cash or it the tesull of a Melons mating wilh the bent terns, which dams and sites obtainable, and ai a natural result trade for Corn. Hay or good Horses is a fine korie, beautiful bay, about 16 hands, ' ntirl Klitlna . l.VWk. nn rtiia vnru ron. fllll, I.IUIV.?. j, ...it. and made lat, would weigh around 1200 pounds. sonablc, for I want to sell. Write A show horie among champions, fully laeif peers, going 6 distinct saddle gaits all fast, true me at once. Rcspcctfullji, C. J. Sipple. London, Ky. and naturally extremely high. A high lailed one. He ii a full brother to thai walk.trot gelding Nrttlrtcn that sold at a 4 year old for $),-Wand to Troiy Dare that has won more than Dignity Bemiumi list any mare ever tired by of others too numerous lo mention. This horse, owing lo age and location, will make the seaion al our stable, 2 miles from Hustonville on Husfonville and Liberty pike, al $15 to imure a live colt. Msres traded or bred elsewhere renders season due. Crais in abundance at 12 net month. Our ncrsonat at tention lo all stock, but will not be reiponuble for accidents. Correspondence and best of all impection invited. E. S. POWELL SON. I luitonvtlle, Ky. OOfOHUOH0Wat O O O o o Bam a o o o a o o & I'm'! a The Cost of Lm'nq has not increased so much if You Buy tha right Kind of Groceries a a a o o o o o o o o o o o O o 0 0 "J o ST 1( H r My- - 9 Q The Frankfort News announces from an "inside nburco of information" that Mayor W. O. Head, of Louisville, will be a candidate for the democratic nomination for governor. Looks mightily like the Louisville friends of Ben Johnson have seen the handwriting on the wall and are getting ready to throw the harpoon into him. We have heard for some timn that some of the Louisville leaders have become convinced that Johnson could not win beforo tho people and have been casting about for another candidate to put up. Outside of Louisville and his own Congressional district. Congressman Johnson has no strength of anv consequence, and with Louisville getting away, his boom has about run its course. What a glorious McCreary is known and loved victory. from one end of the state to the other, and can win. What's the use fooling with unknown Quantities, and taking serious chances ? AH Wish Him Well. Journal to Mr. Shelton M. Saufley, will regret to Know tnai no will leave Kentucky with his family about June 1 to locato in Atlanta, Ga., where he will go into business. Mr. Walton was connected with, the paper he sold for about 25 years, and its owner and editor for ten years, during wntcn time ne made a fine reputation as a capable newspa per man, and friends of tho entire fra ternity will wwh htm success. Lexington Herald. Friends of Mr. E. C. Walton, who recently sold the Stanford Interior Quality counts a whole lot in the regulation of household exDo your perience. marketing here and you'll find yourself enjoying the best things to eat without having to pay too much for them. SaHnSEBH "L- u" 1''' "i JTaV .jtF'k "4 - 4wiiTB) - - vtvf S M A . ',( " y - - 7S ? - !sflMlfM.uv'l S KV4.T Ederhcimcr, Stein & Co. J&Mp UAUll 'F ' QUEEN OF ACTRESSES 1 opportunity it is for a getting together of all democrats behind the Warhorso of Madison, and for a united party and PKAlStS Ft-KU-N- A. I In: W. H. I0 HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. ;- I M Well Dressed. Wc are told that it is wroiif to jtiden man hy his clothes still we cannot help but admire things of beauty on worth. the suit are things Our young mens' clothes nt Ifi to of real beauty and value antl are always ail mired. Greys and blue serges were never as popular before and our stock-i- s full of them. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o -J We had not fully appreciated just how good Stanford has become in the past few vears, until we attended court 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 Jrue the weather was inclement, but rainy court days in Lincoln do not produce such lethargy among the traders as waB noticeable in Danville Monday. There were onlv about 100 cattle on the mur-ke- t, 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 declared that Stanford has become the best cattle, horse and stock market in this section of the state, and he 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 petting so they go to no other court day vB - life -- BringaYourJ Produce To Us. We have opened.', produce house on and J will pay the highest market price for all kinds of country produce. Dnng us your stuff. M iO. BASTIN & CO.. Stanlord. Ky. 'Jm Miss Julia Marlowe H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Kentucky. la I 'ttr&?-"-- ' -- r sales but here. WE haven't heard much of the new depot petitions lately. This matter ought not to be allowed to die out, for there is no improvement that is needed more In the city, and none that will help ito looks more. The railroad's business out of Stanford has grown tremendously within the past 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 tho return of our prodigal son from Africa we kill the fatted beef trust," says the Commoner. Middleburg. We are wondering what the topic of conversation will bewhenllalley'a comet shall have come and gone? will have Tho Baptist Sunday-schoo- l n children's service in June, when an interesting program is to be rendered. nine from here went A picked-udown and defeated Liberty's cruck team in a ball game on Saturday afternoon, the score standing 4 to 5. The boys came back in high glee and will organize at once. Henry Toombs and Clarence Sims, of the New Salem section of Lincoln, wern here Sunday. Mrs Lawson Lee, who was confined to her home most of last week, is out again. Hon. J. A. Webb through town Saturday, route EassedIn Russell. Mr. and Mrs.enJames Eason, of Garrard, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents here. Mr. and Mrs. McD. Foglo spent Sunday with Mrs. Foglo'a parents at McKlnney. Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Creech are now snugly domiciled in their new residence on Liberty street. W. C. Bryant has purchased the lot near the lagoon from Miss Nora Cof e fey and has torn away the old that has been a menace to adjoining Eroptrty owners for years, and will cottage on the sito of the old building, With the exercises Monday afternoon the first session of the graded school has passed into history, and the trus tees and teachers are to be congratu lated on the success attained. The en tertainmem oy me pupua was quite a creditable one and snowed efficiency and patience on the part of the teachers in the drilling of them for the occa sion. p eye-sor- ! Ki2 " am glad to write my endorsement of the zreat remedy. Peruna. I do so most heartily. "Julia Marlowe. Ilrlng your lllnok.niithlng unit gonrrnl 'M repair work to m. Horse ahovliiK rue, Any remedy that bencilts digestion HMIafnctlon giirnnlw-d-, .hop oppcmlto strengthens the nerves. Phillips' concrete stor. JAXIKH UllACKKTT, Tha nerve centers reqnlre nutrition. If the digestion is Impaired, the nerve A Soon Empty Flour Sack Htnnford, Ky. conters become anemic, and nervous will be your experience if you emdobllity U the result. ploy the Baughman's Fancy Patent TJAMB No 1 brand in your baking. Your family will cat so much more bread, etc, that it will seem as il you 5t3 couldn't bake enough to satisfy StiafegH . "TT them. Better pay for good flour than irAVGCE !Lrv323JiHLW!! riJi''CTl ,. . -J r tu for medicine though. Order your -- V.TlasML'.st1 .SMwseAsrwLgrocer to send you a sack of Undertakers and Embalm Baughman's Fancy Patent No 1 ( en. Also Dealer in Furniture, JiIatting8,Rug. They y and you'll have less flour a Difference! will exchange Furnituro for i t i' dyspepsia medicine to buy hereafter. If i our Walls aro Artistically ill Kind of Stock. Give ' Decorated Them a Call. Prices Right J. H. Baughman & Co. the HOUSE becomes STANFORD. - KENTUCK Y A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, s HOME and f BLACKSMITH hG 0 0 Wmii I333303S333SS33S33SS G. L. Penny H. p j,L,Beazley&Co., iiTViillfilTi n Srflj2iiSs -- II. Code- - K. It. Coleman -- I si n n n urB tiess romtry ranacsa Tf . m. x i.,-- I rFte's to-da- J HENRY BOSCH COMPANY'S Novel end Exquisite Collection of Uurgin. KontucKy. Will make hen lay, cure them ami Keep them in good thrifty condition. Tho increawj in the unrulier of I'pRa laid, will more than iiay for the !ni:t!l exxiiiio of fectling. It is wild at I'vntiy'i Drug blore. tit ilipeiitv as ie otic tho chanjo nl on mjch more moderate than csn He fcured elsewhere. Will vt sic tfaiiii- - Jones' National rtohool ol Auctioneers. I lilrngo, nnil !mp linil nee In thi' tilir emtio sulfa lit the Union Moefc Yunla. t'lilciigo, wherw u solil aonit" fitt, VImi In IiluU na tuoronglibrttla orsu uln wueuiMOsiilin were mnile tncli VuctlotiiHrlng u n wleuct) and I lme Unv me .tiidtfd It with this Ideu. Hit) or ulitinn run ml" I !.lore ou iirmiiuo for jour l'lluMCio-itinkcsuletlujnuritdMtntuKe. I n m i Krniluntf of CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! cnn.'lurnlih tht puuuowlth the tiest, na well as the freshest of cut flow era, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted flower., on short notice Also tnuke h specially of wrtuths for for funeral purposea, la connection with the ntKe, 1 hae all kinds of vegttublcson hand at reasonable prlct-s- . CIIIUHTMAK f.ItKKN IIOUHKH, Kl" lIlllllAKI", 1'KOH. Htuu'nrd, Ky. 1 $ PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. m m 2 a A postal card will brlns the Samwhere ple Hooks to our examination cm be roado at your without the tightest obit Calfou t J purchase. liming clnliimngiil at thfstiitt ol will prMtuntthume tunit" nt once. Tliomi tin" e.tiita uro hutlllrd to ttl with me OKO. 11. I'M' ITT. ImnudtuLly. AdinlntHtrntor Mrs. Helie lllou Rue. Mri.liil prtntn properly Tbo on-In- NOTICE! CONCRETING "Weareln Dosltlon todoall Linda f eon. cretlng, such aa lilock Work, I'uvemenls and. In fact, we can make uny thing from a bouse dost n to a fence post. We can serve yoa promptly and guarantee s won nun material, uail Ana net our prices before you buy your maturlul at least. nrst-clas- JAMES A1UNDY, Painter land paperhanger, Stanford, Harry Jacobs, Marble and Cranito Monti Markers and Posts, Ometery and Lawn Vases unci Hetteei. OUlto aud works. Ky. Deuler lu and Manufacturer of monts, PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. Spring & Summer Stocks llnye'your measure taken by n tnllor of exlow perience. Then your clothes, whetbt-rprlco business ault or the finest BTnlni clothes, will bna that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure. I will also take your mens-n- r for extra trousers, fancy vesta, top Hprlngaad Hurame, J. N. Cash and Nerin Carter will stand the eoatd and overooota. fur your Inspection samples on hnnd ready soodnule lack. 15 hands hicii with mod wncht H.U. HUl'J.KY.TheTallor, and bone. Sired by Caldwell's Old Giant, one Hlanford, Ky. Iftfewf i J. J. BELDEN, of nil kinds such na topa recovered curtalua and boots masle. HtopcnerAldrldgu'sblHOk smith abop West Main Ht Hlanford Ky., Big Jim. ratlve paper hanging also for bouse, carrlnxe and alun Dalntlna deco bUKey trimming rio.oz, J J.UKLDKN. of the Largest jacks Kentucky affords, and is out of one of Caldwell's premium )ennets. Big Jim has proves himself a fine mule jack. Lien re. laiaed on colts till season money (which is $3 to insure a tiling) is paid. Due care lo prevent accidents but not tesponsible should any occur, Will stand at Nevis Carter's place. MASOlTSjyiEET. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. J. N.CASH and NEVIN CARTER. Turnemille, Ky Lincoln Lodge Ko. 60. r. A A. M. will meet 1 desire to sell prlvatoly'my itook of Urc In statwt communication on each first and third Monday nights uf each month, at 1VM) eerleaand Hardware. lolnr a good busl o'clock In their hall on main slrieet, Htnn- ness. Will Invoice about ILUW. lbsaaon ford, Ky. Members of slater lodcea are fra- ill health, ternally Invited to be preaent. T. W. GKO. D. HOl'l'Klt.HtanfordKy. Bee. 200,000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices. I TI7TETHBLE LSN. ll.Honth, lltJop. No. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. DO.ZI, lUlZUA.M. No, l:o p. x. WALKER OWENS. fair treatment to its policy holders, from the manner in which It handled Pongo, Ky. the claim. James McKechnie, acting Shipping Point ML Vernon 24 2 chairman. have 200,000 feet of lumber The Glens Falls Insurance Company suitable for tobacco barns and othhas made a sausractoryaajusiment ana er building purposes at reasonable has settled in full the claim for dam- prices. Call on me or Write me for ages done by lightning to the White prices and tell me what you want, school house at Hubble, Ky. I can heartily recommend this company for and I can suit you. Houth, lOiiil A No.JI, North,4itu A. No. W. North, oi r. No. iSt, M. M. M. M, When Hungry OOTO When You Have - f, IV. A. TRIBBLE. Furniture aud Undertaking. Day 1'hone 28. Night rhone 133. Hestaurant Iincaster, Htreet, Htanford K. Men Is served at all hours up toll:) p. x. llest place lu wnjlor a good ijulck nieul. booking to ault our customers our specialty. Hplendld new Hue of fancy Groceries. Hot Coffee, Handwlches, pies, Itutter milk and sweet milk, etc, nt all tlmoa. Carson's To Fell Call Ii. B. Northcott, Stanford, Ky. 'I'hono 153. TIIUKMAN K. TUDOR, ranaBer. Stanford, Kentucky. I Yi. A. CARSON. Prp. ' iXfei , b. ja .iv.. Jfct. 3 PAGE FOUK i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL', STANFORD, KY. MAY 20th 1910 PUBLIC SALE ! rP . I- - I AtMf. AH s lH v-nH m We will sell at public auction at Nunnelley's Stock Yards in' Stanford on B T r mm Mm FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MAY 27, 28. A lot of nice horses, cows, hogs, cattle, sheep, farming inplements and in fact lots of everything a man needs on a farm. It you are looking for some choice bargains, don't miss this sale. If you have anything to sell, let us know. W. H. Fields, W. M. Duncan, J. T. Moms. II will, All Hail to the Farmers and Stockmen! Behold the Conquering Herds Have Come! The fine young Jack Eaeelsior tire Emperor, dam Hidalgo en net, imported, will ma'.e ir e season ol 1910 at the . euaV Creek Valley Slrxk, Crass, Hay, Grain miles .nd Tobacco Farm, 2 outh of Crab Orchard, Ky., on the Chappell'i Cap pile. He was specially selected from the "Great Jack Herd" ol Mr. Isaac Shelby Tevis, Travellers" Reis, prior to hu jack sale two year, .go; (or the 1,000-acr- e ranch. This jack u in his fifth year; it black in color with characteristic v! HssB,fB tas RSSHswEwiMllulrAiiMTmrKis' gray trimmings i I5 3 hands. . d.ik chestnut Tou, T DESCRIPTION .ml BREEDING surd by Rex Peav.ye 17. he by Km McDonald IbW, .nd Uon. fcert of lnr. vonlormaiKm fil don Lucy Weltt 6404 by lVanne85, 2nd dam by Vraiien I Urns Drnroaik. 3rd dim by . John Wedey he by Davie Crockett NOTE If you ie looking lor (he breed ol horses lhl .re commanding the highest pncrt. here yrar-ol- d Peavine 4092, sorrel Red Light. )'M Dare 1982. Madias Te.TSie time ' i t'niiililned Htnlllon. Dark old, lii 1S'4; wetKht l.JO poiindn.Mnliognny flay Red sorrel horse, I years Is alisolutel.r hands high, extra weight and bone. sound In eeryway. Kind disposition and . tu ju He Hired by famous roadster anil sire, colts ea'lly handled.sniKyhaa atepiMHl eighth n n use gaitea; in iv, nncrieo ion Hod Ixaf, who Is too well known to Srent how horse vtearlim the blue tie ever all horsemen to need description and since a yearling' nt three y nr olda wore 1:1 a Harpedigree, ho by C. F. Clay 2:18, 1st tililea unci one red out ot II snows, class to u model Is m This sialhon it duk biy, 5 year oil 10 2 with beil ol bone .ml action v.ith very he.vy mine dam by lied Wilkes, lied light's Hi ness horse and ai neter defeated except by himself. Ho win nd tail dam ws Day Maid by Civilian 11:30 two of his own cults, and has won In rings Sued by Cetihan Chief. 1st dim by Ultimus 2nd. dam by CiU't Vnmonl, 3rd son olthu groat Gambettn Wilkes: '2nd of SI head. Ills olt lire rilwnys Inside the BREEDING money and when developed make great In otTering ihis stallion to ihe public. I know lieu Stockings dam by Ily Duk. 4ih d.m by Bold by old llalsora, 3rd dam smldlers nnd high prlred three and IHb Hell enough bird lo get Hot dam Nell ihat we nerd lo get stock big enough lo breed, woik nJ sell. I le horses Noonday bv St Elmo; 4th dam Mid galtesl show age of HlxtrtlveofatIlls get at an avers't hais sold trrt, Wrll stand him .1 the my low twice ol $10 lo insure he coll nlgntby Pilot, Jr., sth dam Twingui all iiseriige pHI. lie yearnnever lieeu defeatage price of lime .nd place Will stand two good, tiy i..txingion; uin uam uarKnuss uy ed Inn produce rlniiw hen shown with I to At tame get. 41iof-filWagner. s..l. .iirlill.i.. na l.d l.n. .1 mtt These acks .fe lacks Jim Portrt .nd Brignoha. nmuoly. Nvttleton. Wlnsoui. l'rosiiect.the In ottering the services of this prom Price .' I have ising young stallion we feel safe in Jim nderson .Mare. Ilnv l)nv . the Dare. too well known lo ned advertising Herring Mare, Toxle Hare, London ma je several Kaioni with them and you .11 know sayinig that with his sire, style, form, Hare All, winte foot rrince iuiierini,a:ui speed and action that he, is bound to a boat of others time have been sold from how they breed. Terms $8 to insure live colt. prove a groat stock horse. Will stand Jl.ioitoH.mil. lxokiithtx record as a tire of snddlt ra arid nee sshnt thev can do DIONITV DAltK. aot by Cheater Dnre No Service fee due with .It the .bote advertised nt'tny livery barn In Stanford at 815 to .. , 1st tI l.t nv timii y ti civiuiiuiii '"i insure a living colt, money due when ilt.ihel)x Hoa.a l.si tlClAlnnnHl A f.T. IIssIt.: he Wllllmii Welei.tll slock, whm eolt m foaled, mare traded told or colt U foaled 'or maro parted with. lit ll.VMleke'a llamliletonion No 10 A.T. II, bred to lo other stock Care taken to prevent He suro to see nun before breeding II, will serve mares this season of 1910 at my stable In lluslonville at the low price of your good mares poTOINNlUtK V I.I K COI.T. ace ideal but not responsible should any occur, Money due when colt comes or mare traded BBAZLKY, Stanford, Ky O. G. or removed, or bred to any other stock. A much Pe.vinehlcod as u is rmi1le lo grt bring by Rex PeKtne and out so injure imug Iimilru numuet w marrs .1 Will serve ol old DALMAS. . a IPmmP 1 . true picture of an ideal jack: .paragon ot style, symmetry .nd perfection; h.s magnificent head, ear's, neck and body;, strong, plea lant countenance expressing gratitude; alert, .qualine eyes, the ears the right sue, lorm and beauty, that vibrate in unison and harmony; animated by true and fond emotions. The 'neck, shoulders, trunk, leet, legs, thighs, muscles, sinews, bones and tail correspond in unique proportions and at once indicate lie is a picturesque model to his J.ckship, He has the action, agility and animation of . "racer" or Arabian steed, .nd demonstrates to the beholder, he is the gided son ol a noble sire, .nd h.s always transmitted lo hu colts size, lorm, symmetry, style and beauty with elegance, and these attributes mike them tell high. All coltiof hit have been mare mules except two and all have sold (rom $65 to $125 at weaning or toon after weaning except two; they are not (or tale. Excelsior hat a strong, tnorous rhythmical, tenor voice and br.yt the hourt in chronological order; and in short or long metre, sings: Onky! Onkyl Onkyl I say; I sayl Exceliior the Royal Oonkeyl Wat sired and (oaled In Old Kainluck; And lives to work and for luck. I sayl I say I'm the Royal Donkey! I tayl 1 say. See and hear the Royal Donkeyl Chorus Onkyl Onkyl Onkyl Jenny; Jenny, Jenny, my Jenny Onkyl Onkyl Onkyl Dy special permission the following gentlemen and citizens ol Lincoln county having railed or have kindly consented to be used at reference .nd endorsement; purchased hit produce and personally know this jack as great breeder and that hu coltt are rated with the best; viz: Metsrt. John Saylor. John Henry Harris, Brom F. Long; Morgan Chappie. George Holmes, Lute King, Bow en W. Givent, Jocobum Retnessrach and I. S. Tevis. Excelsior will ttand at $8 under tame conditions at the stallion Redalgo, Excelsior is the tire ol very fine jennet coll .nd tt destined to be great jennet jack. The season (or jennets will be $15. . . . n i 4 M . for U'fore removed. Hreedlng hours from 8 to in In morning nnd 4 to 4 In evening. .Mares will receive my personal attentlou, but will not lie responsible, for accidents or escape Will also at tbe same time and Till, nirignlllot'ritly lirco youiiK stallion place Hand my great breeding Mule Jack . . ,. rnaou uf 1HU t ni atnlile will milk) Wi ; Tf RT' .. jp PEYTON near HUinturil, K on the Hliulliyulty ptki -, fa. : jsr.rvi j. Ikin Vnrrlck so well known In tlpi Went FnJ of Lincoln at 116 to Insure u IIMllir, UM-Ji- s U'utitltul olu'slmit abort luick F county, at tin for mares and S2U for Jennets, '"" Uinr In fact tlio lilKlicsl tyH' ot tin' trotKr line when colt Is foaled or uinre traded, re. tbiiJ wrft-c- t illsMisltlou. HuUbrttiH itrcnt moved or parted with, or bred tuatiy other . 'SIi atite. tSyV" J ()iinrd HIKer i:M tlilit won tlio JJ.iiii stock. Peyton by HutT Dudderar'a Jack he TnsuayHnnlii Inn aeft'ii lient rani In IWi by nibble's Hrlgnoltt ami out of Jim Porr tun nil llianm)i-ii-the M.nndtlm Jiojul llnnutr ter's .iJfaelt. with very large lione M. nil In lirokpn Meinortiitiinil Peyton In fine and lieata nnd sold for IJI.Ui and Inter (or I.-ii- . foot, good neck and ear good ouarters. well Don VAriiok Is linil actly like Hpan-limounted IS hands! Inch high and admired' ()iU'on tlint won tlio ny an who see mm. and t said to tie the Trnna.vlvuiila In 1'sn ni.klnKn ri'Cirdo(i:07undwncliii iH'st mule Jack In Lincoln counts'. Mm-'':tsl as one o( tin' tila four, twins on o( th All are Invited to' come and see him, 7" f xri'ntf.t moiify wlnmrs on the grand cir Phone III residence cuit in rn. D. S. CARPENTER. IlDjtTUNTILLr, KT, Onwanl HlUrr la ly Onward, on of the urfatrst a n J U'lit son of OenrgH WllkH. linwiiriraUam a thiMlntn of Director, the aire in thai great fninlly of trotters and Dsni Vnrrlckt lot dnm was m liv juicers. U' I Ikes Hoy, liytleorge Wllles n full sister i " to The Wny S;lit,,ii!iil half alter tu 1'atclien the dam of Itubber S:10. Wlncheater S:l'4, Hilly Wilton !:.. and Mlsa tt. :!, Sndriiini Mary tiy HogK'aHrey vi Kaiile thedaui of The Way and Madlene Potmen. Don Varrlck'adnm produced Dr. Conner Shetland pony, J8 Inches tall, own that paced n imlillc half mile on Ilia tliigtoii track at 10 monthi In and ed by Hugh Held Foster, will make aold to N. W. Hublnger of New Ilaen (or tbo bcason at to Insuro a Urine colt. tl.iui, she nlso prmluceil Maggie Ign.tuat trotted n half tulle on the mime track at IA Ho Is by an imported pony that cost old In 1:11 and aold for Hon n,wu in too sneuanu islands, and is months Varrlck la fast game and alwnya on the by horsemen as best trot, very rarely ever leaves his feet. Inn r!rardedKontJcky, defeating the comall weeks handling last Knit hetrotted H quar- puny In ter on half mile track In HI1,. Hee. half In ers in the show Hor In UKW. Lien relilUand the tulle In 27Vou the outside of tained on all colu until season is tract. 1'iease note the ncu liinerltance of re n or oreu speed on both aldei. not a missing link fof '"lu Hreed to this fellow and sou I where forfeits insurance and monev mus the four things every breeder becomes due. Will make the season at cant looks for vise, dlaitosltlon. speed and looks JOHN B. FOSTKIt. heehlln before booking your mares. Heaaon my farm. money due when mares are parted with or $10 to insuro Stanford, Ky. bred to another horse. Mares kept ut loo naa vol.. perdayand all care taken, but will not bo responsible for accldenta or eacaoeH. Don This Cliampion S g.iln saddle station ol Kentucky. Varrlck Is n vtilo trotter If he had the proper Wransoj t .11 the rCrnlucky fairs .ad alio at the hone vhows .1 DuSalo, N. Y., St. Louis Mo., bandllmr. Also at aatne place will stand .nd Kansas City. Two Mirfhty JacKs Two, Sirrd l,jr Washington No. 54. ffrit darn Orll by Rhodcricti, No. 104. second Ham by Denmark. OMKTONand Itl'SKKU Clifton Ian black Jack with Unlit polnta, 4 Ptcalga m . brown horse 5 hands lughwilh fine style and scry high action. . gt.f breeder. I le it the years aold last Beptember, 1J, hands hlKh Owned byJ. B. Sandidge, He (.. not only proven himself to be . great show horse, but aim siiin iiiaieuieaa nenu anu ear, vseuaei on plenty Ky. Bay stallion. left hind aeol Carroll Pretlon ow.ed by W. O. Waller ol Stanford, Ky., for which he refused $3,500 a rangya neck, haa he Is notlionennd siilMtatuv surpassed, and as breeder tutjte.ioa when he was only 3 years ol age. foot white; foaled Nov. 17, 1904; RUSSEL He lathe tpand ure ol Diana ol the Lea. a winner At Madison Square Garden last P.U, (or la a blackjack with light points, o ear-olsire, Prospect, by Dignity Dare 1882.' Lawrcote Jones who paid $5,500 lor her. .Ito . grand ure ol Queen ol the Night lhat sold in N. last August, full li hauls high with aa iiiuoh finish and action aaa horse, and at a Dam Squirlie 191, by Black Squirrel Y March 14 1910 for $850. breeder he It the equal of any Jack, lloth pt r'Preaton will make llie season of 1010 at my stable in Crab Orchard Ky., at the reasonable vnese jacKa win aerTe uiareani iu to insure 58. '2d dam. Daisy Denmark 188. tgure ol $20 lo insure Iivinj coll. Will keep mares on grass .1 $2.50 pel month but will not be a llv lug colt. Trading the mare forfeits the Insurance. Oarewlllbe taken to prevent responsible (of accident or en. ape ol slrxk. Season Is due if mare la traded or parted with or accidents, but will not lreSK)iisllle should by Sumpter Denmark. Jr., 3rd dam. any occur. Jennets w III Iw cared for nfler Fannie Wallace 56. by Sir Wallace. bred to otlsef sldvL June 1st. unit bred by private contract. C. Sequel is one of those full made K. I", t't)()l)rt, CrnliOrrliurd, Keiidicky, J II.WmiliH, ones witli two good ends and a midIK SffiraSiCT' &k&'J' ac24n - f!fj 1V' I? w. Cnll-- k nm ia ntu.irfw McKINNEV KY DON VARR1CK lien retained on nil colta until paid for. Oraas furnished at reasonable price for mures from adlstiuce.ind must be settled Galtons Pedalgo The young stallion, Galton't Pedalgo, will standlat the; ,000-Acr- e Ranch.. He bay, 15 handi high, (our years old, hat all the essential (actors of a model stallion. Sired by Gallon 12910; d.m Pedie. register No. 3715, the by Abdallo Membrino theteason cott $109, 2d dam Lotb'e Morey by C. F. Clay, etc, etc. This stallion combines the blood ol'the Hambletoman, Wilkes, Membrino, Seely, American Star and Clay families, and will tUnd at $10' to a limited number ol good mares. Lien retained on colts until season it paid. Money due at once if mare it told or traded. Will nst be respantible (or accidents or escape ol mares. Mates pastured at $2 per month. If you want stylish, fast trotters , breed lo Pedalgo. is . dark .' i. ,' - ti 1 mrR LsLHla'liawiLLLLKiiLLLT l sLLVmB Bullaine, the Peerless. II A horniest, red Short Hor, Bull; an ideal animal in color form, style, size, symmetry, weight, muscle and bone, will .. ttand at One Dollar, cash at the lot, with privilege of return. All farmers should raise the best beef cattle; it pays to keep the best. It it the bull that it the great (actor in transmitting ideal conditions .nd development! in the herd. Therefore, bring your cowt .nd get civet you will be proud of and that will sell themselves without chin mutic. Farmers who breed to the best sires, ruse the best stock .nd get the best pnees. We ask the courtesy to purchase at the market price the progeny of these fine animals over other buyers. BV'BtvLMwVLnwwVmV Bmfeix tiBmmMMMa fmV Amwglr j Hh yrjPmmmmmwlnmmmmmmmmml m t4K "IKHKskH PRESTON. no. Mud-ler- Dock Grey I1 ii mmMMSBm p. Prau The King of Lincoln notable and prolific tire. This Jersey bull wat tired by Dr. V.ught No. 729i5;dam Roberta No. 123610. "A.J. C. C. N:. 8 West 17th St. New York. N. Y.." will stand at Three Dollars, caih at the lot, with privilege of return. Cowt .nd heifers pastured at reasonable rates. This bull's progeny have been 85 per cent heifert. Hit high grade heifers have told from $35 to $50 per head at short and low yearlings. Every family should have good Jersey cow, as matter ol comfort, economy, good living. Alw.yt have golden Jersey cream and butter, (or no other tattea like this good, yellow butter. Stockmen nd lobacco raisere will da well lo keep their eyes on 1, 000-Acr- e Ranch with its fine stock, grassy partures, abundant water, prolific hntestooe and and much virgin toil, picturesque forests .nd timber .nd beautiful landscapes, wire fences and grand pikes, numerous tenant homes and tobacco b.rni. This land cents; 1909 produces the finest quality ol tobacco; crop ol 1903 told lor 16 crop sold (or 1 5 cents pet pound. A n. Sequel, No. 2512. . . 4 Hus-tonvil- le d . John B. & Jamie G. Carpenter, Jr., Managers, R. F. D. No. 1. J. BAILEY, Crab Orchard, Ky. Shelbyville, Aug. 23- -4 days. London, Aug. 23- -4 days. N'icholasville, Aug. 303 days. Barbourville, Aug. 31- -3 days. Monticello, Sept. 6,- -3 days. Glasgow, Sept. 284 days. State Fair. Louisville. Setot. days. GEORGE HUR, A wry flue draft stallion, weight 1.600 pounds, stands full 10 hands Ho was sired by Bei Hut Mujor, 273, 3133,' Grand Sire Scott. 2130. Dam, Jennie Beatrice, Clydesdale. Geor,o Hur is half English coach and half Clydesdale; best draft horses in the state. Will make the season nt my place at $10 to insure a living colt. ColU can be seeii at my place Tlwy oliow for themselves. I will also stund two Jacks and a Shetland pony at $10 each to inM. S. BAUGHMAN. Stanford.Ky. sure a UviniJ colt. Weill. a BEAU NAllOTII. WD. Hired by NabothlU-I- M, ltecord;.Hi',.IUau Nabotli's llrst Ham Nora llaughmait bv NovnlWllrecordS.lt, by Klevtloueer 1S8. second dam Iela Jr aired by Metropolitan 10, third dam Jose1871 by llauilltotilon phine, sired by Monbrlne Htarlliht mill by liarllwy III, fourth daui Mary wither, by Oliver thoroughbred, llfth Ham aired by Wanner. sixth dam aired by linn Tronbv. seventh dam sired by Tharnlon's llattlvr. Jleau Nalxith Is a large horse standing 18 lianas ami weigiung nonunion i,iao pouuus. When he becomes Kcsiualnted with the story of his limited education you beglc to realUe that he Is truly a remarkable harness stallion, that be must be a great horse Is proved bv t be underfill progress that he lias ti'ude. Willi verv little handling he has to lie the champion harness atalllon of Kentucky, lie haa won over the beat horses thut Kentucky bus produced. Head ot him and you will see that there are no laitter bred stallion III Kentucky than he Is, a combined horses, glvu He gets him u saddle mare be will gut you a saddle colt, give hi in a trotter mare, be will get you a trotting coll, remember lleau Nabotli It combined, wltb more record fauillleathan most any bora In Kentucky, Hcorgo W'llks Ktectloueer, llauilltotilon and four crosses ot thoroughbred to give blm atamlua. Come nnd see this horse tie Uvea without a fault, he la perfect from end to end. his time crops of eolt. cuuuot be eicelled by any borse. Will stand nt tbe Nuunelley Htock Yards, Jobntlook, caretaker, 'phone 191. tbe beat personal care Ukeu. Fw W4 to lu.ure HUvlnj ijoy p vv n nrat-clna- Tliis handsome young stallion the property of J, D. bads &. Son will make the season of 1010 ut my bam in Crab Orchard. Ky.. at the very reasonable price of $15 to insure a living colt. Black. Joe by the noted sire Prestos 822. 1st dam Lucile 2ntl dam Dettie Kobliuon by Robinson's Ver-noHauibietonlati. He Is a black terse 15&S hands high, wehthinj! 10SS pounds, 5 galtod and vwy fas Black Joe. loth 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 horse See this horse before you book your mares and 1 know you will go no further Will keep mares on gruss at $250 er month, but will not be resiwnsiblo for accident Lien retained or escape of stock Sea-so- n on colt for season until paid. Is due if mares are traded or parted with orbred' to otlter stock. J. C. BAILEY. UMlb tion to hit speed, makes him ut ideal horse for the stud. These qualitiea are ust what it needed in . tire to breed high class harness and walk. 44165. trot horut, and it it the w.Ik-U- ot dial sella for the most money .nd has the readiest tale. Ceccban Sired by Red Le.f 12 390. the greatest of all Leal u unmarked but can'trot in 2:28. He will roadsters; 1st dam Day Maid by Cecilian, he by go (or a returd tliu summer. Gambrtt. Wilkes; 2d dam Nell by Balsora 1024; 3d dam Noon D.y by St. Elmo 275; 4th dam by He will make the season at the Pink' Cottage hands highi by Dijn Bay Stallion; 15.3 barn I I 2 miles from Stanford oa the Huston. Pilot. Jr. 12. . Due. I st dam Muuue by Rierui. 2d dam Paul- I In Ceccban Leaf the blood of C. F. Clay .nd tille pike. The (re to limited number of apine by Almont Forest, 3d d.rn Scllar'i mare, Red Wilkes it united with that of Cambctt. proved marcs thu season will be $15 (or a living cross coh. Season (eedue when mare u parted with. very last pacer. He u fine individual, high actio Wilkes .nd Pilot, Jr., .nd should prove which cannot be eicelled. and luce to handle. In offering the services oi thu young horse whose well developed, registered CeceJUn Lel u Will mate trio season o( 1910 at my (arm a lire and whose dun's sue are .song tbe very 1 rich bay with foremost ol all Keulucky'i horses live cott; money Iroanngcok, lour yeut old. Is it McKwaey t $10 to insure a .t swea ol fancy star; it eMeflioully stow horses, t believe that 1 am two white hud feet and (orfeised if raare u sold, traded or bred to asothe mating you an rangy (or a trottisu horse, especUUv gtaieful in olei-o- f we aunt. C. , S. M. OVENS SON, bottc. UttMcit: nud. Ml. l5 dle; is nn extra individual in every i respect; just sucn a one as you see Some Kentucky Fair Dates. winning the blue ribbons in the show ring, is fine . gaited, never days. July touches himself anywhere and is a Lancaster, Aug. 273 days. 3t Versailles, very high going on all 'round. He Danville, Aug. 3- -3 days. days. has won 10 blue ties in show rings, Lexington, Aug. -4 never defeated. Come and see this Taylorsville, Aug. 9- 9- days. Harrodsbunr. Aug. -4 days. grand colt, he is worth going miles Brodhead, Aug. 173 days. to see. Sound. This horse will make the season at Hustonviile at $l'-'.5to insure living colt. 0 ... 86 12- -f. Cecilian Leaf Powhattan . . . it h TATE rwasf MAT, 20th 1010 ffHE INTERIOR JOUBNAn, STANFORD, KY? PAQETHKHI black ash, maplo and walnut tree and Is of such a variety and abundaaco an to lie sufficient to build a nunHx? .of Af Isacco barns Tills tract of land nsup. on It an elegant and commanding si to for a residence. Ijvery aoro of tho one No hundred And twcnty.flvo will prodttcK sevoral line crops of Of Fine Bourbon Stock and To- It would produce tho tobacco, aftr which bestcornand wheal, that could bo grown bacco Farm. Prospective buyers aro Invited to visit the farm and Inspect Its unequaled as a slock and agricultural farm. The farm will first lie sold as a wholo As heirs of tho Into Mm. Snlllo l Including tho rental contract Mooro, wo will Nell on tho premises 1010. and possession given for theyear .11 mllo (rm I'arh on tho Paris and 1911 It will then be sold In March 1, separate Cyntlilann turnpike, on tracts, and the highest and liestbid will bo accented If sold separalely, purchasers of tract No. 2 onn havo Immediate Dowcsslon. The terms of the sale will In) Illcral and will lie niado known on day of sale. , ami at 1110 nour of m o ClocK ii further particulars and Informawithout toiorve her fann of acre tion call on, or wrlto of land Tho farm Is without qtiustion one of N. A. Moore, or Colonel Ccortfc tho liost Improvexl trmln of land In I). Spcnkes, Auctioneer Paris, Ky. tho tho Ditto tirum rtclon and In lit n lilk'li state of cultivation. It has Ixx'ti In the nino family for one hundred years and ouch Ke.nera-tlo- .mmmmmmmmmmmmmmt AUTOMOBILES, SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES. AGENTS FOR Notes and Accounts Collected. 4 PUBLIC SALE We collect notes nnd accounts anywhere in the United States. charges unless we collect. Also look after claims of all kinds. Bank references. Correspondence solicited. mays COLLECTION agency. WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. $750 Flanders 20 $1250 E. M. F. 30 Hayncs $2000 Baker Electric - 2000 to $4000 Studebaker Garford, $4000 to $6000. If interested, Phone us Bell 24, and we will gladly give you demonstration. Danville Ice & Coal Co. Somerset, - - - Kentucky. - f7 jfr.) a Thursdav,May26,10 M pJjy- - n itV4ffVV4viR?5 $&v&i&iicw King Eagle. No. 2556. Vol. 6. A. S, H. R. Ktng Eagle n 16 hands high, dark bay with flowing mane and tail, goes all the gaits with plenty of speed, style and action. PEDIGREE. -- S.red by Royal Kmg.2555.he by On Time, 745, he by Stonewall Jackton. 72. Roval Kuu't lit dam Mollis Mount:. 3584. F. S. by the noted sire Cabbell ' Lexington dam Hip 3579. he by Eagle King Eagle's nil 3U. bird 1014, he by Uld King haste. dam by Red Lyon, 3rd dam by Harm Denmark he by Miller's Denmark, 45, 4th dam by Jim Bell (thoroughbred.) NOTE. King Eagle u a combined stallion, a breeder ol fine color and high styled colu, they He tired the all haying tile, style and action. olt that won the $50 stake at the Stanford fair and the $100 stake at the Lancaster fair, defeating there four ol the get of the great Rrx Pea-vin- e. This get of King Eagle wat second in the $300 stake at Harrodsburg. with 24 entries and defeated the colt that won this ttake two out of three shows. His colu are in demand, bring the highest prices. King Eagle will make the present season at the low price of $15 to insure a bring colt. Will alto stand the great mule jack, Jim Keene at $10 for mares and $20 for jennets to insure a living colt. Jim Keene sired by the great Billy Keene, 1st dam by the Imp. John Weill, 2nd dam by Beeches. Jim Keene u 15 4 hands high, black with white points, a great mule jack. All of the above mentioned stock will make miles the season of 1910 at our stable 2 West of Stanford on the Shelby City pike. Mares traded, parted with or bred elsewhere forfeits the insurance and money becomes due a the time information For further of such transaction. call on or address the undersigned. Ashland Brook. Vol. A.T. H. It., bred by Kugorm lluck-e- r, (leortfpluwn Ky. Ashland Brook win fouled lull, aolld luiy with left 111 lid foot httu, atands 1A4 linnda high. WiriMl "T niient IirilOK, IT.DIflHKK, lWrin, record S:lH'j. the aire of Margaret ltntlisnti:ll- - Ilettle llrook. (8) 2:17.. Iji. J:17' tiylIelIbrook,:(:17,, Jennie llrook, Lady llrook. !:; umi Elliott Htone.S-.lt1- , llunulnir llrook, ?:'!u. Hilont llrook by Iinrkntght, No. ySH, the aire of rienrcli-ligh- t 2:044, iind Vnlpn. s:iH HrlKlitllRlit. by Alcyone No. Imrknlght sired record 2:?T. Ashland Hrook'a 1st dnni llilnn 17 has taken cteat euro In pteserv-In- i; tho fertility of tho land. y it hui upon it ono of tho liost modern brick resldeneos in the county, contnlnlnc cloven rooms, hulls 10 closets, 1 store room, ndoutilelront verandn, with oltsant liny window between, double back poreltt'S nnd with it liar under main portion of the build-lnv- r two-stor- King Eagle, Jr. (No. IITM.1 S2KaS;. i'tm.Haa" .i WlTT (wkbSS. n ' n?&.' fl kt ,iy.. atV Wv' 9 . , '' ' II "- -" - J1', "imjBiiif)J VaaaB'T'i -- m.s lt ti j yma J1 , , TlWW &Zk13 JV 9IWY.w9P!BlMHlVMBfe.W.:3x ts ' ,. llBfB. J T - , " B il Wrenby Ashland Wllkes,Kl:record:17i4, the sire of JoUn It. ((entry, :wk, Hnlly To Ashland Wtlkee sired by Ited ler. Wilkes, 1749, be by George Wilkes second dam. Hide Lilly, by Pretender, 14.M, 3rd dam by Jim Monroe, KiS. NOTE. Ashland llrook la n handsome fellow with lots of substance lmt n hold way of speed, notion. folni; with colts are stylo nnd greatnnd they three voius old are all one could expect, they bearing good color, wlt'i plenty of slie nnd great atyle and llntsli Aahland llrook aired the great Halite llrook, thnt unlHMitim sold for JAT). Ashland llrook will make tbo present aenvon ut 115 to Insure n living colt. S. DTIIE VARFIELD, WAR TRACE. Will nl.o stand the srent young Jnck War Trucent liofor mnre. nnd 11 for Jennets. WnrTrnc Is Mack wiiu mine poinia la1,hands blub sired lir (Irent Knatern the Heconil.he by the Imp.Ta l'ayer, that sold for ci.iin, lila tlam uni by the Imp. (irent Knit-erWar Trace dam by Iledford Btur, he by KzellHtnrllgbt. 1'roperty of H. M.Oins,t. Son. Mc CI line v Ky. liark bay stallion. hands, Aug. 13, wn "Wed nt Vlllnire farm. fonled Aurora N. V. Hired by Dnre Devil Kat J.0. Iiorm.howwlnnlnm.be on seven Nntlonnl Horse Hhow. tint dam Nnualitv tlirl by Hex Americas four years old, record S.UH. sire of American llelle. three years, record 1S. and othr In 2M llat. a fuin nf llnw.nl I in 4 mi h aire of ()nv ard HIU er i.oj' - ana 175 other, lit SJOllst. Ononrd was sired by (leo, Wtlks tr. nm inini tiueriiin airea bv .Inmbrlvo Kln 1S75. sire of.) litcludliiK tjidv of the 3lanorJU.. third dntn I!fitlit l.v Vhi..i record J.IM Oil sire of ISO In IX) list, daiuTopai by Htratbmore to ln offourth m tit n Mat. Ktflb dam Wlllard by Albion. e i'y r.umin rore.i, f.?a.Turn,!r ,,v Mambrno I'hlef 11. entli Wnrfleld Isnn extra blirh class hor.e, The not afrnldofanytlilnir.ahlKliiictorniid broken as any hors. In and out of theat well stable. .!. Tr.JiJl, 1 a. 3tt. m..-- "" li' hasneood coat and carrle. nice bead mid tall this Is a mire trotter, he stepped a mile lniidaysbandllni,:i. The Warlleld Is a truly made hore. of grand Individuality and bretl In lines that entitle til totiecoine a aire of note seeing that bel.a ion of the great ran tiorw and famous rrogenltor Iiare IHt II t W, the latter earned the title of the "Monarch of the home stretch." while on the turf, and after retirement to the stud acquired Imiierl. liable renown as a aire. Not only have the Hare IMvlls proel great race hor.e. but the family hn. furnl.heil many noted show ring winners as well as Pare and Mabrluo King loth being champion show atiilllon. of National fume recelted mure money In the show ring than any two stallions In the wcld Will make the pre.ent .ea.otiatour farm one mile from McKlnney, Ky.. at IIS to Insure a living colt. Will nlo stand good black Jack Brigand loung aired br llrtgnollert he runt lek to Ilrlgnolleronlioth sides. Ills colt, sold for more money than any Jacks In Htnnford. He I. 16, hnnda. stands well on til. feet, a ure foal gettrr llels perfect In everv wav. B, M.HWKNha'hON. to Insure. M'Klnnev, Ky, 111 t S. T. HARRIS & ROBT. WOODS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ! Hustonville. ! will have a special rally on Mav 29. when an effort will be made to have 200 Kentucky Farmers ihiik that if they raise 20 bushels of wheat or 15 barrels of corn to the acre they are doing well. ARIZONA RANCHES raise from 6 to 9 crops of Alfalfa a year; yield from 1 2 to 2 tons to the acre per cutting, which sells from $10 to $20 per ton. We have ranches that yield two crops of corn a year, and no dry years, for all we have to do to make it rain, is to turn on the water in the irrigation ditches. We have fruit ranches, cattle ranches, chicken ranches, hay ranches and, in fact, anything in the ranch line, large or small, and at all kinds of prices. Arizona will soon become a state and is coming to the front very rapidly. All kinds of property are in great demand and getting higher every day. Railroads are being built; gold, copper and zinc mines pro ducing untold wealth, and we have the finest climate in the world. 1-- All inquiries answered promptly. Robert G Saufley, Of the G. A. MARSH COMPANY. Parker, Arizona. Pence, Jr. B 1910 Watzmann, No. 343 Pence, Jr. will tnako the season of This splendid German Coach at the barn of the lata John horse was foaled May 21, 1903; by Spoonamoro, I mile from Howland ae H. Hanenkamp, in Germany. He 910 to Insure a living colt. If mart is traded or parted with, season mon was imported by J. Crouch & Sons, y becomes due. of Lafayette, Indiana. He was sired Pence. Jr. Is u bay stallion, 7 years old, full 10 hands hlgn, good style by Eskimo, No. 1400. He is a very and action, by Pence, be by IUenzl, fine type of the best German coach he by Belmont, be by Alexander' Pence's first dam by Almont horses, and sold for $3,00 three Forrest, 2d dam by Garrard Chief, 3d years ago. slam by Grey Kagle, 4th dam by Pence, Jr.'s 1st dam by He will make the season at my Ed Dnrlow 2375, by Castelar, 1072, he place; at Hustonville, at $10 to in by Volunteer 56. Kd Barlow's 1st dam by Woburn, 2d dam by a Matubrlno sure living colt. horse, 3d dam by Mambrlno Messenger. Penco Jr 'a 2d dam by GUI's VerJ. K. BAUGHMAN. mont. Panco Jr.'s colts are all show, up nicely and they bear proof of log him as a breeder. Mares grazed at 12 per month: not responsible for accidents or oscapes should any occur. GfcX). BPOONAMOOKK ie BltO.. jack will male the Oref 16 hands Rowland, Ky '. E. S. Powell and C. W. Adams spent W. S. Willis is a delegate to the a part of last week fishinir on Green World's Sunday-Schoconvention in I river and broke the season's recprd by i Washington May 19 and 20- .,,.,..... .1! I r l.tl.lilnr. iv uito uuua. aliases .t .u,i.uiijK Hi uary u. Kennedy, Sudie Ellis and friends, of Mrs. Davis, wife of Circuit Judee Stanford, attended the ice cream and W. strawberry supper given by the ladies . withT. Davis, of the Bell district, is her brothers, Messrs. W. L. and of the Christian church Friday evening. M. McCarty. There is a fine opening for a Rood J. blacksmith at Wheat Valley. Call on Montgomery and Earles, the enterprising merchants there. Miss Lucy Alcorn has returned from New York, stopping over in Louisville 12052. 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. Full Brother to Kstelle No. 219. Morse has been a successful merchant Sired by Zilcaili Golddust, 1400 liy here for many years and he and his Golddust 150. bv Vermont Mnrean wife carry with them the best wishes I and on to Justin Morgan. Tho ilam of the entire community. Mr. Morae of Zilcaili Golddust was by Imp. is a thoroughly reliable business man Arabian stallion Zilcaili. The dam of and is an officer of the Hustonviilo Doreoy Golddust is Florence by GolChristian church, and that congregation den Mingo Chief, a eon of Gall a Comgives him and bis wife up with reluc- et Morgan. tance. Note This is an intensely inbred Miss Katie Warriner, of Lexington, Morgan sutllion, tho blood now in deis visiting the family of her uncle. mand. A rich dappled bay, black Judge Wm, Myers. She is an accom point. 1G hands hiirh. 1900 nound plished vocalist with a soprano voice of stallion of great beauty and action, j rare sweetness and a pianisc with ex- ! with speed and endurance uud unexcellent touch. Miss Louella Dye is the celled as a producer of high clai guest of her sister, Mrs. Wm. North. show, road and Eastern horses. The C. L. Holmes, formerly a resident of I records of hu produce both in show this place, but now a member of and auti sale rings show lua value and traveling salesman for the Louisville merit iu n nrrxlnrpe nf (Inn rmil Jintc Stove and Tin Co., was seized with a ami rain horsea. A look at sire and fainting spell here while talking with colts will be convincing. J. G. Weatherford. Prompt applicaWill make the present season at my tion of restoratives gave him relief and farm 2 milca from Stanford, Ky, he was able to resume his travels Sunto approved mares at $15 toiusiiro it day. Mjsses Mary Peavyhouse and Mar- - living colt. Mares kept at 10 c a day. I present. barn, one mile west of Waynetburg on Furaog fann drouth proof Tho land lays well, bolnir sulllclent-l- y Creek at $10 to insure a Imng colt. Mares tradrolling to alford natural drainage, ed, paned with or bred elsewhere without my and Is of a rich productive soil. A consent fotfeiti the tniuraoce and the money due at the tune of luch transaction. field of .VI acres of corn last year has Care now upon It a lino growing crop of will be ulento promt accidroti but not npoa-stil- e should any occur Will alio stand a wheat, which is sown to clover, the lat COOD MULE JACK. SAM KEENE. tor iKsintc up nicely. Sixty ncres is io bo planted In corn and can lo seeded to sued by S. T I lams' ureal Hilly Keene and out wheat in tlie fall of 1010. The fann ol a pedigteed tennet, Sam Keene is 14 is surrounded on nil sides bv njtl. I lurul, high; black with while pouts. He ha rooted himself to be a food bleeder Will stand ns who own their farmi. Colonel Clay, tho owner of Hunnymede, I K) to insure a hing colt. A hen retained on anu ins son. t. . Llay. lr., be nir on all colts until the season money u paid. the south hide, Mr. uenrge Wngnor on C. O. CALDWELL (XL .SON the uest, tho land of Miss Kllialmtli It. F. D. 4. WAYNESDURC, KY. C Talbolt on tho Grime and Mrs by Stoner creek on Ptione .it1 north nnd bounded "" '" the east. and surrondlng arc SloilCWflll .Inrlcwiill .Tr lhorcldenco among tho most attrartlvo on tho' Paris and Cynthiana pike, the former, n..t fine black ddle stalln was sued.by the being located 75 yards from the nnd breeding suIIkm. Old Stonewall and approached with a lieautlful heart Vftt This colt's darn wai a Denmaik marc. He u a shaped drlvcwny. The yard comprises sovcrul ncn-- of , tott, f,, tou, to pft h , j,rrjj. , .. land well set In btugrais and shaded . ' "'' with cedars, maple, walnut, and cver-- ! il'7e " wtr . hold " , ,". a ben oa all cons until paid fur. al atately oak and ash " The lino of the Cyntblana and ParU Barren mares made to stand by the iroprrgruip , Inlemrban railway, which has been we have paiett succeas ra thu UeTiai. surveyed and will lie built within the, ,ly lirrcklnridijr es -2 Tho house contains a sin to roof has newl, pulntcsl and Is In splendid condition. Inside and out. Thero Is a larne clsiern near tho rear door, nnd one of tho best Ico Iiou-oIn the stuto. Thero U nlito upon tho premises a meat house, brick eabln In tho yard: Note. King Eagle n lite years old, dark bay stable, tobacco barn for ten acres of tobacco and a Koodhouscofllvorootns with one white hind foot, nice msneand tail. He hands high, weight 1,425 lbs. The farm Is one of tho best fenced standi lull lb tracts of land In, tho county, is ve.y and wrll proportioned in every way A combined tlslhon with plenty ol speed, productive and Is nil In jjrnss except 110 acres. It Is well watered, Cook ttyle and action, and his colls show that he u a fine breeder. I le had colli to rome last Sprra er's Kun llowlui; through one cotnerof tho place, whllo a number of neer that the owners refuted $150 for before weaning (allfnir springs and pools make tho time. He will maVe the seaion of 1910 at otV, lx?en m 4 Pedigree Sired liy S. T I larns' King Ijale Vol. 6 A S. II K No. 2556: he by Itoyal King 2555. he by On Time 745; he by Stonewall Jaclton 72. Royal King's 1st dam Molbe Mounti 25IM, wat r the nolnl tife Cabbrll'a Lexingtoa T S King title's U dam Hip 3579 the by Eagle Dird lOM.Ieby Old King EagU 750. 2d damKcdbon. )d dam ll.rri. Den mail he by Jiller Drnmatl 45. 4lh dam by Jim Dell. King Eagle Jt s'lat itam'va, MolU Diro-no- n. the byOld DrenriVi2lki dam eopner Bottom and rum back to Dwy CtixkrU, thorough-btei- l. M 'It V i . .iii a "k ,j .j trt-cs- i Dorsey Golddust, tho improve- A. T. TRAYLOR OX ments and the rental contract for ltflO, PLEASANT HILL wlllcomposo tract No. I and the un improved lanillylnj; immediately across Dreedi'ng Farm Stanford, it D. No. 4. the piko and containing acres, will compose tract No. 'J. I ract i3. one of the richest ! bodies of land In Central Kentucky. It is deep virgin soli, contains one hundred hare foraalea bay mare Mule. old and weighs I, m (Kiuiida. Hounil and acres of fine timber nnd is richly set In Also bay uara. bluegram. Tbe timber consists of irood worker. where and ladles hate been Works any mammoth rod and whlto oak, bluo and driving her Mhe Is mund nnd la a fair sadI KIA1I Dl'NN llnstonvllU. dler. ZV ucres, and Including front of the pretnUe.-- . and will afford i Thu fine black ack wat sired by Majm JoU (ulck transportation In either direc- D. Harris imported ack. He v. ill rotle the season ol 1910 at my barn at Jfl to insure a cell tion. The farm will bo sold In two tracts, until weaning time. His get of I901) u now ecr tho home place going in the dltcctlon my farm to show'for hu good breeding. . He is a j from Paris to Cynthlana) containlnt; ure foal getter. ntrt tttplvn nwinlha. eima tllr.llv In SON. lil 1 Stock For Sale! 1 ii. NBarKBBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW STT BT.. nay i smT aw t V, RNV9RVaaaarFaB 'aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal MXV'tal ' "'V ri bbH BaaaaaaaaV v sfilLJA H VIM ' A MtaaaMtlJtaf M STkll 'M J k Mk asaaaaaHaaaat iaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV Ss iB U I aaaW LtsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMV a rf WaaaaaHr aLatJl V lavH aaaaaJvvlvVVVn aaaaaallaaavllaaaVaaaaa6sP 'PvKlb B ' J- 4fli -- VH 2 . PBHnsaVSaaaaaaaaaaaPV , h. jorie McCormack, whoa graduated with The best of utteiitinu given but no honors, were recipients of many ele responsibility for accident or coupes. i F. KEID. gant presents. formerly of this city, Ernest Woods, now a Paint Lick banker, passed thro' GALTON Sunday homeward bound with n hunHeaaon of 1910. dred pounds of fish caught in Green rivHire of Calvin O. f.lW, Al lljrns, sivj(. er the past few days. and six others with trials from to X:l5, The splendid 3S7 acre blue grass farm thoaa are the only onea that wereeverbaud. lad for apeed. Also the alrn of one dam wltk belonging to the Carpenter heirs has oneln theltaoilit. Hired by Oambetta a tba just been placed in our hands with or- Jill) 1UW,better,sire of XW In toe a Hat, 11 In and claimed to be tlie areata! ders to sell at a price that will insure lr In the world. 1st dam Daisy rield Uranddauiof twlth of from :17 to a quick sale. Call en or address W. R. itiXH.) ty Enfield i:record Ilambletontan of ammmmWPK V. Mmf - 'JIJ- - SSSB 'WaxTl SVJlftftMtaaivBJ"'. vfgs klalaBBBBlZ! BHr-,':J-- ' It.' 3.tv:t-'Ke- ga K iVtWassH - 12010. 'tPJBWPkaaPJlaWPaaaPJS T W t tsjBBBBBBBBBBM TttKEjXtfrZ'h '"$';". , L,V xitlrTJassssssssssss! SB Wll-ke- CARROLL PRESTON. The strawberry festival given by the Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian church Thursday evening was an immense success. They had 12 large freeteatoa at our iarn on old Danville pile zers of cream and six gallons of berries HeJeville and Hubble at a fee of $10 gavo out before half of the visifor mare mule and $9 for horse mule, to insure which tors were served. The receipts were ! living colt. FtTZPATRlCK c RANKIN. about 50. HeJmIlc. Ky. W. It. Williams and wife were called to Lexington on account of the Illness I will stuud my ttiorouictibred Polled TO THE FARMERS. of Mrs. F. J. Mansfield. Angus bull at my place on Homenet pike otl.W. Money due wuen cow known to bt t wlllcontlnue to handle Kertllliers Intbe Rev, W. T. Donaldson, of Lexington. wltu calf or parte from JuuiW and MoKluaey aoctlous uu4 ask my at the Christian church Sun c44 iMtWHtiu to retBeniswr me. I alaosuktiia will O.W.LOVKL,!., ' jr. Uy 2tod, iMs-B-it ad evW. "fV ww RICHMOND. Williams & Co. Polled Angus Bull g. prh Sired by Preston 922, by Washington 54, by Cromwell 73, by Woshn lO.dainliyHeelcya Anierlean Htar. Kntleld I: tma In :S) tils daughters bava a) Iu inflton Denmark 0-UM, or better, ttiddaiii quickstep by Kentucky l"rlnee.Jr.,lreof J. Q Jil7W, Umi. 1st dam Baby Pence, sired by Enoch Arden, 2nd dam Lady Pence by Vl oniul.)l;!i.niiil damsoflS In tbe list rd dam by Old Joe, lire of the dam of J, (J. Almont Forest 2803, 3rd dam by Garrard Chief. X1I7U Ho is a beautiful bay IS V hands high four years of age. Ho has (laltoti carries the blood of four more natural action than any horse living, nnd from his success as a famllleai llumbletonlaii, Wilkes, Mumbrluo show horse in his three yeur old form bids fair to make a grentcr show UblvfaiidHeeley'aAmurllniiHtar. Ualtou'a oolta have Rone against and defeated the beat In harnass ulaasea and road- horse than his grand old sire, being undefeated in his class as p three ster rings, they are In ureal demand, selling year old and always getting Ills part in the stakes against the crack show tuhlifb as fl.iiu after maturity, yuurllnaa horses of 1909. IrouillSOtofSSO. (lulton will eland at lay table miles West of llustonvlllsnn llraif. Tills great young stallion will make the season of 1910 at tbe stock. fordsvllle pike at 1 13 to Insure a living coll. Money due If mare Is traded after belug bred, yards of A. T, Nunnelley, Stanford Ky, nt the. reasonable figure of $25 I'leuty oi grass at ItJUi per month, .lived expressly fur mares, no other stock mixed with to insure a living colt. Mares kept at $2.50 per month, and not respontuarea, have uraaa Iota and large staUes for sible for accident or escape. Season due wlven mares are parted with or uiaree to foul. Grain fed at cost. Prtvu Iu reeUenee, H ustoovllle K is banc e. bred to other stock. i:) d-- mlMy HautsNtvlLte, XT. VM. DQtl)m W--O. asaaaiwraa. WalRtr. Stanford. Jfo MAY 20th 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. " Xatauaiaw. PAGE HVE Tijf Muslin Underwear. Surprising vnhics In corset, covers, skirts, gowns, drawers, 25c to $2 per garment, tlicy nrc tastily trimmed nntl the sewing is flrst-clns- s. !SfimEra$ r.V NOTIIINC EVER HOLDS US BACk Wlicn it comes to n ciinncc to serve you witii better merchandise at better prices from your standpoint. Wc stand ready at nil times to sacrifice values to the lowest possible point, r our satisfaction witii our dry goods, carpets and shoes, is our first consideration. We know the totter we please you the more certain it will insure your continuous patronage and that of your friend you recommended to come here nlso. ,:V"i-j?'W9Xi- zij' ,i sj A Silk Petticoat Is n necessary, serviceable and sensible adjunct to every lady's There is nothing wardrobe and of course she wants the tost. our Miss New York skirts, the workmanship totter made than will delight the most critical. Why not have the tost price $5 to $7.50. SEVERANCE & SON, Needler, Dobbins nnd" Shuttle fo nil sewing machines at Penny's Drug Store. PERSONALS. K. D. Stanford, Kentucky. j r - Mr. T. I'. Tuttle, of Turnersvillc. is visiting his daughter in Pulaski county. Springfield. Mr. R. G. IlAurroN, wifo and Miss Pearl Hampton attended the Conclave t Winchester. John II. Nrvius, of Lebanon Junction, spent several days at homo Ashing and visiting his family. W. C. Hhown hns moved from Wnynesburg to Dry Ridge, where his headquarters will bo in future. MR J. W. Holtcclaw, n valued I. J subscriber, orders his paper changed from llurrton to Hutchison, Kas. Mkh. Homer CAitrF.NTF.it hns returned to Sholbyville. after a. pleasant visit to her parents, Or. and Mrs. J as. G. Wednesday on business. Kads went up to Crab Orchard visiting relntivca at Peiryvillo and at Mlifl. P. J. TANNEn nnd children nro Miss Neu.ii: Wh.on Hill is ill with a mild attack of scarlet fovcr. Mrs. L. II. Hilton spent yesterday with her parents at Hrodhend. KLI). Jos. IIALLOU will preach at Mt. Xenia Sunday nf tcrnoon nt 3:30. Dr. T. J. Acton, of Eubanka. has been visiting in Cincinnati for several days. The Ladies AM Society of the Chris-tla- n church will meet in the lecturo-rooSaturday at 2:30 p. m. Misses Jennie and Martha Wren are visiting their sister, Mrs. James Price, at Uradfordsvillo. Mr. John J. McRorerts l reported m 53te!tts'C ''?! . .mbotiwis.l i rizyy.r"" MOYAL & j'v mffiT BWf2, .. mil wM:3Myv : "S -- It'-' A'&iZixlJj. M 'v?r ' :,..m &, ..... rfc&&&'ito$L Vi'A' iiv-- ' ; .or , -'- sf ' 'ttawkV t a-- ,a J'.'- - C fr . friends feel much encouraged. Hona Lee McKECHNiEand Thurmond K. Tudor nro in Paris attending commencement at Bourbon College. Miss Jennie Nf.wi.and delightfully entcrtnlned tho faculty of tho Graded School at her home last Friday. Refreshments wcro served and the occasion was mado an enjoyable one for all. Mrs. J. IIkechek Adams and children, Elizabeth and Felix, of Dnnvillp, have gono fir n lengthy visit to Texas. During their absence their residence on Carpenter. Hbv. Wti. Horrr.u will be stationed K. Main street will be occupied by Mr. in charge of the I'resliterian church nt and Mrs W S. Lawwill Mrs Alice Newland, who spent Kurnsido agnin this summer during vatho winter with Mr. nnd Mrs J. M. cation nt iho Seminary. Mish Hui'llKMiA Tayi.ou has been op Hniley, on Maple nvenue. has purchaspointed correspondent fur the I, J. at ed a house nnd lot in Cincinnati nnd Kings Mountain. All news given her will move to the Queen city to make Danville Advocate. and favors shown will be much appre- her future home Jesse Manning, the clever nnd effciated. Rev, Humphries, representing the icient carrier on rural route No. 3, is linptlst Orphans' Home, who preached confined to his home with a severe case nt the Baptist church lnt Sunday, has of mumps. His brother. Cecil Manbeen tho guest of Rev. J. T. IHoskins ning, is carrying the mail in his stead. Mr. J. T. ItLANKENHiur, of Etowah, this week Tenn., is bedside of his father, Hon. Sam Carbon, formerly of this the nged at the Henry Hlankenship, at Mr. city, but now a representative from Prcachersville. The former has just Louisville in tho was the Hot where ho guest this week of his cousin, W. A. returned fromthree Springs, ago, when went some weeks Carson, and other relatives here. Mr. threatened with blood poisoning. Carton built the old hotel by the depot Mrs. Samuel of Chicasha, and was long a prominent citizen of Okla , is the guest Hird. sister, Mrs. of her this community. W. P. Givcna, In Boyle. to bo somewhat Improved today and his food more and -- pesiders the .Mug Powder digestible m mwk. n their master was ready to give them up as lost. Just one week after, in walked ono 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 "varmint." The other canine is still reported on the missing list. The Baptist Sunday school 1b progressing nicely since tt 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. II Baughman & Co. at $3 delivered. Cress & Jones have shipped a, car of mixed sheep for which they paid from 4 to . iar (.' jrytf. Jitffeiv taznsr wholesome SSfsfefl 'in-i- .. ;iif .eTry vvs - && m t- - -1 v, ' L. h'-lf- ce bv V -- yi s xM.&a fipttu, em ill, J ".. m 3?sb w?jRi sot mtm-tiJSm i'i&w:Ivr m ya. I wm u$y ziisiizst Sclcr.uJic Au3hor28y Has dcinonstralcd that of two loaves ol bread, one raised with Royal Baklnfj Powder, and the otber with alum b akin B powder, fio Royal raised 4f(lMO VoWoftii ?K?SiaiT Ci '?5,-ixr5ir5S?-I Mill I w ;3nlUB loaf is 32 pun cont. more digcsllhlo than tho other Avoid Alum . Absolutely Jm& m ' Pure && w? m WOr .0m&r?..m , Preachersville. 1 I 1 I LOCALS. s H R T S I WITH Soft, Plaited, Fancyor Plain Bosoms Detached, cuffs. or attached made Baptist church June 17. Much inSkating to tercut continues to be manifested in the services at the Methodist church night 'and the congrationi are large nightly. Nice lot of room mouldings and fram ed pictures. W. A. Tnbble. W. S. rin'P Kniirvkt ef 1 fid a A Ci Car- Second hand Hell City separator for penter hi3 ,,very outfit an,i wl con. le at a bargain W. O. Wnlker. tf. lnue the bu9ine,9 at the old stand in knows as much Hustonville. hog at Woods' Crossing about a horse "Doc" as anybody nnd should . Keward for return.JJ.VLGivens. j nnd doubtless will do well in his new Just received a car load of American j line. Mr. Carpenter will return to his fence. It's the best made. George II. farm. i Farns. LosT.-Li- ght red femalo fox hound Pursuant to an order of the Lincoln with white feet and white tip on tail. circuit court, the creditors of tho estate Reward for return to J. T. Hackley, of W. T. Adams, deceased, are hereby JJ- -. Jr. (directed to file their claims withtlie un- Foil Sale. Few nice IJufT Orpine- - derficned commissioner on or before ton cockerels. Also eges for hatching. Mav, 1910, properly proven as requirMrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stanford, It. r'. ed by law. H. R. Saufley. M. C L. 3t. C. C. C. Read E. salo ad. at the Opera House Walton's 'at the Itev Sunday J. T. Hoskins announced last that revivnl services will start LosT-150-- ... Penn Williams is reported very ill. Charley Hutchins, who recently came hero from Knox county, died very suddenly 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 burving ground. Master William rayne s two rat oogs followed him to Dix river fishini; about 10 days ago. and after starting home found they were not in line. When the dogs did not show up at eating time, and J. H. Thompson bought a good harness mare of J. O. Horton for $180. J. P. Ballard bought 30 125 pound hogs of Burton & Latham, of Pulaski, at 8Jc. Wilson King and wife, of Rockcastle, and Miss Essie Roberts, of Chicago, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shaw. Miss Bessie Smith, of White's Mill, and Mr. Manuel, of Garrard, were guests of Miss Allie Harris Owen Duvall and nephews, of Rockcastle, were visiting his mother, Mrs. Wm. Duvall. August Bartels and wife, of Grifllin Station, were visiting the families of William Ranke and Henry Miracle. Ike Mills and family were with Robert Smith and wife. Miss Lucille Ballard is visiting friends near Hubble. J. G. of Lancaster, was the guest of Will Naylor and wife Miko Kennedy. havo been visiting friends at Goshen. To the readers of the I. J. who have been wondering at our absence from these columns, we will say in explanation that we have been engaged in canvassing Hustonville precinct No. 3. as census enumerator. That portion of 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 The we can answer in the affirmative. people without an exception, were as pleasant and good natured as one could wish to meet. Every where nt meal time we were cordially invited to partake, and in no instance were werefus-e- d a night's lodging. One fine old gentleman, at 2 r, M.. asked us to return and spend the night, which we did. Upon crossing the threshold of his residence, 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 peoplo wo met. but lack of space forbids. We will say in closing, that no finer, more generous or better people live anywnere tnan those of the West End. Oick-eraon, driving pony to Logan Thompson for $75. S. D Carpenter bought a cow and calf of S. D. Turner f or J 37 CO. 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 6c. G. L. Blankenship Hold a nlco i Some Alcohol Questions Is alcohol a No! Does Sarsaparilla Yes! Does Sarsaparilla No! Does it make the blood pure? it strengthen the nerves? No! Is Ayer's a tonic? Yes! Does it make the blood pure? it strengthen the nerves? Yes! Is it the only tonic? non-alcohol- ic U. No. 1. Our full Coat Shirt is a model of convenience For Sale. GolJeTT Onk Princess Dresser nnd folding bed. Doth good as . new. Mrs. J. S. Rice. Stanford. Hollister's Rockv Mountain Tea tones the stomach, stimulates tho lazy liver; strengthens tho bowels and makes their! action easy and natural. The best tonic 23-4- $100 Reward, $100. Thn rtadi o( thl ptprr will be plrurd to Ituro that Uicra U at lent one drradn dlsraae that lia. btva able to run In all 1U nana, anil that M Catarrn. Hall's Caiarrb Cure B the only poaitlve . (VLtrrl. mm tinur knniati tn thM mMtu.l tfrn&IIr. artliur dtrrctlr unon th bkmtt and mucous tbrrrby drstrolnx the PurfArffl ol the tounUatloa or the dlAraw. and glvlTiic the (mtlrnt trfnctlt by buUdlnc up thn constitution and awttt-1q- T hve nature In doing It work. The a much faith tn lu cuntlve pewer that Uity elTer One Hundred lollar (or any r&e ttut It (alls M rure. 8end tor IUt of tmlmonlaV AddreM F J. CU1.N1. A CO . Tokdo. O. tsold by all Dructiata. lie, TaXe Hall a Family lllta for ftowtlpatkon. ft, " l?SJTOK,a.".S!iWL!: entirely free from alcohol? Yes! Ask your medicine. If he approves, your confidence will be complete, j. Ayer Co. , Lowell. Max. doctor about this c d Tablets. Shugars & Tann er. Hoards For Salo-H- ave about 30,000 or moro boards for salo; will take con tracts for tobacco sticks. Oscar Hcrte), 21-Crab Orchard. R F. D. 1 2 Uullboysl DuIlgirUI Dull men! Dull women very often due to constipation Yet the cure Is so casv. 1 1 Heavy-heade- Downhearted! All Ayer's Pills. Ask your doctor. 1 & WHITEfSHIRTS In plain, plaited, full dress or negligee. Our $1 "Monarch" L. Ii. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin Shirt is the standard of quality and workmanship, American Field Fence The Strongest and Best, Vash Goods. We have just received a new line of white goods in Persian lawns, mercerized chiffon. French lawns and sher-ret- te cloth suitable for waists, dresses etc., also a nice line of linen finish suitings in natural, white and all colors. We are also showing a beautiful line of colored batiste lawns, all the preferred shades in stripes, rings, dots and floral patterns. while our $1.50"Cluett" is the acme of style and perfection and the guaranteed not to fade. col-orsj- all I OSoft shirts Jwith collars from something new. 25c to $3. We can show you A Carload Just Received ft v I Cummins ii & Wearen, ii W. E. PERKINS, S CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., STANFORD,! KENTUCKY. L. JL Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. J "Trag-sgn- r 'jmmmrrrrWT agyayrgv - i"" r J K'"'"'!"' Mtiwrm .. ft W'wiiBnfSSSBB if 4 fAGE SIX THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. J no. 3. Robinaon shipped 2' d of hnfra to Louisville. Ho paid 8 to 8.05 for them. Fob Sale- - Tobacco bed In fine nliapo, 74x9 feet. Apply to Thomas Uodd', at Cnnh's atore, Turnersylllc. Frcth Jersey cow for sale. Carroll car-loa2.1-- MAT 20th, 1910 We Have The Most UpTo Date Line of !LaPlHLw I jHKrAfHKMr f H lwfisK JslsasiB BwLnW V jdSt- sp a'iE-jM- 'MBw For Sale-- A fine tobacco bed, 90 leet loiijt b 9 wide, nenr McKlnney. Apply to G. A. Alford, McKinney. 22-- 3 Brown mare, nlxiut lti years old, in stray pen. Owner can cot tome by payini; charges. U.D.Carter. 213 M. S. KauRhmnn sold a Jersey cow to Davis, of Garrard, for $f0, and one to Land A Buchanan for JOS. At Cynthlana, Clarence Lebus sold to Leallu Combs, of Luxinton, 10.000 pounds of merchantable wool at 3Ccts. it pound. Fon Sale A cood brood maro with mule colt by her side. C. L. llensley, Kings .Mountain. 2t-3 Shank". 22 3 Pants Town, in sB 1,1 HBBnaMHk. ,i aW " SB v--v. , :, IF 4LrMVLivK wV-iiKm- The Markets. Cincinnati, May receipts none; market steady; fair to pood shippers $6 50w $7 60; common $2 WX $5 25. Hops, receipt, none; market active. 10c hnjhos; butchers and shippers $9 86f; FJ 90; common $8 75 J9 0. Sheep, receipts, none, market steady, $3.50ffj JG. Lambs, steady, $-- 50or$7 05 19-C- fjKJ in all shades, grey, Dispersal Sale of the Glehburnie Short Horns -:- Notice, Tobacco Growers. I have decided to clean up what tobacco is left In the country. Have ready bought J. M. Lane's crop of 25,-00- 0 - To (Be Sold - n. browns, white flannel, greens and blue serges, nothing but style, Come and let us show them to you. Thursday, May 26, 1910 Near Danville, Ky. At. Sale At One O'Ctock P. pounds. Any ono having tobacco unsold will do well to see mo in the next few days. W. P. Klncaid, Stanford, Ky. Box 199. 22 It 2G3-Phono H. P. HAWKINS, Proprietor. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. P. O. For Sale. Small, well Improved farm, just outside of town limits, between Stanford and Rowland; has splendid house, with all necessary outbuildings; new barn, I11- - fine youne: orchard, water at door and barn. I have al'o 101 acres of land 2 miles from Rowland on Dix river and county road, which M all in crass and timber, withexeption of 20acres, which is in cultivation For information call on or address Frank Cordier, Rowland, Ky. SAM ROBINSON, Next Door lo Lincoln County National Hank, AUCTIONEERS: Col. Geo. P. Bellows, Maryville, Mo., Col. Cary Jl. Jones, Chicago, THE FENCE THAT HAS TAKEN KENTUCKY FARMERS BY STORM. STANFORD. KY. a1 : HI M S33&3&33K UP-TO-DATE m , "vTL.. An Expert's Opinion ot Skin !il, 4j- - h.'.fii fowi. mw -- iniiftriMii.. t-1- -- fyi m n. n & m foijp m. "IP Liy ff . 4U, i..-at m -- .iw rs. . " mii. & ..flfln.i -- .i . Jr jt iii "w wimi. 'fe-'y i- -ii s - i." i&w. -.- !..-&-.. jjrifc - -.- -- ! ql --'- wi,, -.. w ffl.i - nM n - "KI, - prominent, national expert on skin diseases whose name you are familiar with, says that in all his scientific ex- Iperience he has never found so htrd a A i i aa STYLISH g I Well made Mens' and Boys' clothing. Prices within reach of All. -- iAIhiiiiiii y- -- M- farmers who don't want to be fooling with new fencing every few years or continually patching, are buying the BROWN hENCE. It' the best for service and the price is right. Any weight and any style. H. C. CARPENTER, Stanford. Ky. Up. to, date At Lincoln Nnt'l Bank. , t PUBLIC SALE Of Magnificent Farm! The undersigned will on Good News Wednesday, June ist, About known 11 1910 o'clock A. M- - on the premise, tell publicly to the highest bidder that splendid farm pile s the "Todhunter Place," located in Fayette county, Kentucky., on the Walnut Hills turn. loid and containin 45 S 3 acres. Upon said farm is an elegant t o.story brick dwelling of ten rooms, with good cellar, bath room and all modern conveniences and all usual and necessary outbuildings, including servants' quarters in excellent repair; three good tenant houses, two practical ly new tobacco bams, capable of housing 30 acres o( tobacco; and eicellent stock barn and various t other improvements. The place has upon it all necesry fencing, and is supplied with lasting and well distributed water to an extent to satisfy the moit exacting. The land is naturally as good a Dlue Crass Regmn, a large part of it now in grass and balance the best to be found in the a the highest state ol cultivation, the past cultivation ot the land has been such, and Us present condition u now such, that exceeding 200 acres of the land is now ready for growing tobacco, and the remainder susceptible with proper tillage, of like use later, so that a purchaser may confidently rely upon having 75 or 100 acres for tobacco annually for all time to con: 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, aid either for home or investment purposes it cannot be surpassed, and this opinion we behete will be shared by any who will investigate. The sale of the property is made necessary to effect a settlement between the owners. Mr. Hieatt will be found upon the premises until day of sale and will be glad to show the place lo intending purchasers, Ist, 1911, purchasers lo have customary seeding privileges this Fall and full possession March 1st, 1911. Purchaser will also get the benefit and assume the burden of a lease lor two years from March Ist, 191 1, covering certain tenant houses and barns on the Combs farm, details of which may be learned on application. Discount at 6 per cent, per annum from day of payment to March 1st, 1911, will be allowed on the One-thir- d 'I write lo tell you the news that Cardui has helped mc so much and I think it is ust worth its weight in go d," writes Mrs. Maryan Marshall, of Woodstock, Ga. "I do hope and trust that ladies who are suffering as I did, will take caraui, lor it nas been a God's blessing to me, and will certainly help every lady who is suffering." Rood BS2 destroys them, leaving the skin clear and healthy. Can be used freely on infants. G. L Penny will gladly supply those who call with a free sample bottle of ZEMO and n booklet which explain in simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure yourself at homo with ZEMO. nisease 10 conquer as eczema, let ne does not hesitate to recommend ZEMO as a most successful .remedy for tho treatment of Eczema, itching skin diseases, dandruff, pimples, blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp. He says that not only do its curative qualities make it popular, hut also thn fact that it Is a clean, liquid remedy for external ue. A treat improvement over the old style greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy tho perm life that causes the disease "ZEMO draws the perms to the surface and I !!! '& T I Si ataa L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Kentucky. If you have itnythinj in the to gggggggltSBl STOCK Take mfSi jassJP IsasMsssssatsl'kJasjBS, X LINE U Take caih, balance in one and two years from March TERMS OF SALE. notes to bear 6 per cent interest, payable annually, and to be secured by vendor's lien, The Woman's Tonic No matter If you suffer from headache, backache pains in arms, shoulders and legs, dragging-dow- n feelings, etc., or if you feel tired, weary, worn-oand generally miserable Cardui will help you. It has helped thousands of other weak, sick ladies and if you will only give it a trial, you will be thankful ever after. ut cash payment. lor iurther information call on or address. Fayette Telephone No. 2356. W. F. HIEATT. R. F. D. No. 10, Lexington. Ky. or C. B. MOSELEY, Versailles. Ky Sample Helps ii iiiu Frail women L. R, HUGHESf So many women are dragging out weary lives just because their digestive organs are weak. The result is poor circulation, nervousness and the verge of invalidism. It is often very ,! nnii.fi.f.ii.i. sue . . ;w....wv.a.jr ai.u .l. tvuilliiuaj OCTO fault. Tho first thlnr to do Is to look to the ntacenery, two curtains, ih six hairs, etc. Ixit oriiousohold tin J kitchen furniture, us followsi I aultti or Wnlnul Furniture, with untttreis, .ulte Onk Furniture, SdlnltiK room tables es.ten.loni It im Closet, 1 wiiar llano. I KuldInK lied. MiternlTiible. I'loturva, lot of cbalrs, nlieutlngatotes, Hurdrobe. I sideboard, 1 KontucKy. lint rack, lot ot kltolien ut.'imlls, I limn ir.uHer, lot Rarden tools, and other thliiKi too uumeroua to mention. Terms uniiounc eU tuire anle rummncet, Farms and Town I'roportr Hauilled on ConimiMion. K C WALTON. J, r ('handler. Auc Stacks and Sold. If you Have I'roncrtv to Boll or Rnnt N'ntif. 1 i 111 He buysnnd scl s every day in tho year except Sumlaj. liriug on your stock. Host market ia I will sell at ptibllo auction nt in) lioine the htate with plenty t on Avk. nt xu'clorWstiuruuii H ATUIUIA Y. 11 AY Sxtu, 1M. ecti anil water tost covered K!ni,, tmUide of or Lcxingtoa. Slv (.room residence, 111 imkhI repair, nrsv lot. CHrclen MrcRi'y pluiiieU, good stable STANFORD, KY. Wo also do n general hitch and feed businetts. mid horse lot, excellent cistern, etc. Mso WhI fun's Opens lloasi, wtilcb hits ii aentlns I'npiu'lty otDiliiiiU ntilcli Is equipped wltli W. L. M'C'AKTY.IVm. E. C WALTON, L. IUIUGilIW,S.&T seta plnno, Handsome Home, Walton's Op era House, Furniture, Etc , At Public Sale. f t Nunnelley's New Stock Yards li 1 1 Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, Bonds iur vitxuiar to Secretary, Stanford. Ky. Heavy Harness For Heavy Work. Receives just as careful attention from us us the fanciest driving harness we make. Of course thejeath-c- r is solid, well tanned and can stand any1 reasonable sirain. We can equip your horse to your entire Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns. ... Nothing But Insurance satisfaction. J. C. McCLARY. Stanford, Ky. fit fcwiF l& You. Kitchen Boiler. Water jjr-- " fr' v y. se. 'i i i W. K. WARNER, Phone 188. "houltl never be tinkered with. At the slightest shju of damage send 'tV' jv3 ' iiTr'-- i Th for us and have us repair it properly or put in u nice one. There have been many accidents caused Lumber Longest Here k by trying to save n smnll plumbing Iq Sent OUt IlrSt. And you bill. And our bills ure always as small as honest plumbing will to bethoroughlydrilaXlsSl Ever had any experience with green ;tJiveCduweyTned,a,c0!y IUIIllH.Tr If not, dOll t hanker after for youraelf or famll? to it. Take the experience of others and use only tho seasoned kind, the ftrer.r,a.nilfr.. WaL1rnp?.p,..n0pryou..,I,:d,,'your Ollly lumber We sell. name, and address on a postal card or ptherwlae. Flor either request th doctor's STANFORD, KFNTUCKY. U. A. ALLEN. Stanfard. Kw. 'a.d.r"..l?.Dr.w '! caidw.iui.5w caw. -- PlsB5i'f3isisS welfare of your bowels. There the trou-The Insurance Mao, usually Ilea. All phyalclana know A .,lar,t0 STANFORD, KY. percentage of women liaUtuallv conatlpatud. and from this are relleslilunco I'lioue 84; OlUcf, Ml. sults Ind.cestlon. piles, weariness, etc, that women constantly complain of. Ineuro with mo and bo fully u .aitine "remain remprotected. edies" and."J,"' Mines of that kind until you havo started your bowels to movfnr. iou will nnd that when the bowels move rcKuIarly once or twice day your petty Ills will dlaappenr. a Take all Rood, a iKL mild laxative tonic Ilka Dr. Caldwell's Now Llvorv Byrup I'cpsln for awhile and you will Dopot Stroot, find yourself rapidly Retting better and iiuiisjcr. yuur do wen win regulate them 06, and work at stated times, and lei then your headaches and dlizlncsa will STANFORD, KENTUCKY. disappear. Don't take strong- - cathartln pills or salts, but just such a mild and pleasant. tasting remedy as Dr. Caldwell's yrun Peniln rou can ohrain bottle of your drur- - Above sTist ror nriy cents or one dollar, and ciuirr iza may o enouirn to permanently cure you. Thousands of women keen It regularly In the house and will The fire insurance policy carries Ml no loneer be without It, as It cured them and can bo used with aafety by every the thoughtful man safe from member of the family, down to the youngest child, but If you havo never loss. Your ashes will turn into " th" advice, of Mrs. Earl S. "e1 Twentv-nn- h tret, Moiine. n just so many good dollars, mid land Mrs. Kllen Duniun. Mnnrln I.w! nn.l that lffnd t0 nr CaMwell for a free trial bot. if there was ever money Coil lie tl as thev did. und learn for youraelf It is that v"u dn '" v?ur .own ca,e- Thl1' looked like a godsend aU' you' " a,d ,l"m' ih " you b' Jesse D. Wearen, J. C. McCIary, f. a &i ,W-j- s i.' I ii H, Jl - B. D. CARTER, Phone Undortakor and Embalmer STANFORD, KY- m. ftiODlin, Horn Phon.M. the Smoke Ashes, and J v . T'i 7 vesw J? Mr MU"" " - !,,WSSUS ,WH DUllUlUX, UOBUECUO. 1U. reap from n policy that reimburses you fur your loss by fire, and that is doubly secure by being drawn by which Fish & Pennington, ' 1 " Stanford, Ky., Phone 200. V- sJ 4p