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THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY.
CARROLL PRESTON 4383
A horse that is ilistirtKuisliing himself hotli as a sire and in the
show ring. There were few hetter rhifcs f colls seen in a rlnti
this year than those exhibited at Lancaster, Ivy., hy Carroll
Preston. He is hy I'reston '-'., by Washington "l, hy Crom
well " 5, hy Washington Denmark (51; 1st dam Baby Pence "OIU,
by Enoch Arden; '-'ml ilam hy Almont Forrest. Pee $-' M0 to
insure. Carroll Preston is nominated in the Saddle Morse Fu
turity Stake at Lexington, Ky.
Also in service
HIGH CLOUD 3334,
hy Highland Cay 1149, hy Highland Denmark 720; 1st dam Patsy
Lambert :UM, hy Ked Cloud 2197. Fee Sau.uo. High Cloud is
a dark bay horse with white markings. Stands 1 hands high
and is full made. Has not had much handling but shows lots of
action and speed.
W. O. WALKER,
Arc you easily tired.lack your
usual vigor and strength?
Then your digestion must he
poor, your blood must he
thin, your nerves must he
weak. You need a strong
tonic. You need Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, the only Sarsa
parilla entirely free from alco
hol. We believe your doctor
will endorse these state
ments. Ask and find out.
WHO CAN BEAT THIS
SPLENDID JERSEY COW?
Ed Sihold Writes From Lexington
About a Dandy He Has There
Write About Yours.
If mi llun toiutipaiion ii of trifllnc
consequence, jutt nak your donor. Hi
ilil disabuse you of Mat not'on in short
order. "Correct It si once'" lie will
my. Tl.cn sik him about Aye; s IMlaJ
A mMd Iner pill, all ejeut!e. 1
iiatri e J c Avca co . Lau. mm. j
CAN YOU BEAT THIS?
I HENRY L CASEY. D. V. S.
Lincoln Lodge Xo. 00, I'. & A. M., ,
r cots tu Ntatrtl comiuutiicntioii on
.(li fir.'t mill tliiril Monduy nights
of ench moiilli, nt 7 o'clork in their
1 .11 n Mniti utrif. Slnuforil. IvV..
Mi-mhen of sister lodges fratcniafty 0ffi(t' LoQan's Stable, l'honc A32,
i .uted to lie present. II. C. Car- Agent American Hop; Cholera Scrum.
jH-nler, Secretary. i Danville, Ky.
Former Dhector Animal Industry
I l'liillipinc IslntnK KVctcr-
inariau t. S. Annv
Boyle County Farmers Give Some
Fiuurcs on Crop Production
The Simper funn of 211 ueieH,
itoaleil in Ho le county, is owned liy
Mi. L. M. line, of llarioiNhiirs, nmt
ii a lit Mr. Waller Scott. Appended
In hnv i the record of the erop
i.ii-cil on it mid tlie revenue from
-an c (riven for the year 1011. I'ho
rn-li ueeipln from llil exeellmit
funn totfll iii at piueelit to .'jO.
0.;2.M, not eoiiiilint; garden mid
mall tmel:. Mr. Kuu i rioud of
In-, fin n. iiml ile-iie that if any
other fanner in the Slnle. rni-iii
the p-neinl and ordinnry ernp, "tin
heat il to let linn know and puhlHi
the .tnleiuent. Send it to the L ,1.
Her,, are the figures im printed hy
the HarioiKhiirg Kepuhlieau:
I'nm and fodder (KiO.O'.l
Profit on lings 2MUI0
A p ilen l.'i.OO
Seed wheat 12,'i.nO
IVnart hoie rent "."i.OO
Total SrCOII-J 34
Average profit per nere $2!)
A sound, substantial,
enduring fence, built on
the elastic liinged-joint principle
the most scientific, practical and
perfect fence principle known it yields to
great and sudden pressure but returns
again to the original shape. Thoroughly galvanized and
protected against weather.
AMERICAN STEEL & WIRE CO.
SAN FRANCISCO -
Kit Sihohl, a former Lincoln coun
ty hoy, who is now in the brag htm
lies in Lexington, buy u Jersey cow
thnt h n prize winner he thinks. He
viite nhoiit 1 1 it iih follows:
Ah I wax rending the I. J. I notic
ed mi article in reguid to n Jersey
viY, mid m I am interested in Jer
M's a well an drugs, I will tell
nliniit my oldest cow. Lincoln conn
tj U my old home nnd having many
l'nemU and relatives there, I nm
naturally interested in what I hear.
It I were a stronger. I would lici
tule ihnrply hefoie telling nhont this
eow as pome may think or say "Oh
that fellow it jut talking. I don't
believe it, etc." I ean prove what I
cay hy sonic of Lincoln's lending
Well. I will begin to lull about this
eow. She i ,jilt . veal's old, has
li.nl four heifer calves. Her two
oldet calves lime had four heifers
or two each nnd these oldest heifers
two in number me due to be fnli
nnd I will net 'em up to the IC. of 1'.
fair lo he held in your county, if they
are not heifer. I will be they
nnd from nil leport" the fair will be
One other thing I will tell mid thnt
! one enllon of milk will make oin'
pound of butter from the, eow. Who
lm n eow that can do that Try
it. hum one trillion milk ami
t-ce how iniieh butter you make.
Don't understand me to he eiistius
any reflection whatever ilpon the
Lincoln iirtw, for I believe you have
jiiMt n- eood us anyone, hut I nm
I loin Mi -oiiii. when n per-on tclln
tin they lime one thnt will neat
mine, f don't doaht hut what sonic
are jiiM ns good, hut better ! what
I speii I two weeks in Lincoln in
I would like to see.
Fehnttiiy and the county sent tins
made some wonderful improvement1'
1 was surviisM(l jo pco such a nice
eouit ho is(. nnd other large build
ing nnd I congratulate her wide
awake citizens on the great improve
meiiN made and being made. Stun
foul isn't dead. She is very much
nlive nnd that is one town I be
lieve 1 would fiaht for.
With Hrowning Drug Co.
PeiiMon Itoard, and their decision is
final in the granting or rejection cZ
Application nr( filed in the coun
ty court, nnd the Judge sbnll hear
Witney in open court lo the nppli
cmit'H good character, while tnu
County Attotney represents thc com
monwenltb n hi other nmtters. A
copy of the npplicntidu with a brief
memorandum of the fnelg, is for
warded to the Ailjiitnnt-aeiiernl.
Tho applicntioii must he accom
panied by affidavit of two physi
cians, or one physician, and two lay
witnesses, as to ehumunt's inability'
to tarn u living wholly or in part by
J'oyment is made four times a
year: on th0 fifth day of August,
Xo ember, I'ehrumy nnd Mny.
The Adjutant-General is empow
oied to employ n pension examiner
itt .l,-00 n year unit a clerk at i'JM)
TV law provides a fine of not le.ss
than .sl00 nor more tlinii ?.10() for
clirugiiig an. veteran more than ."i
for pio-eeutimr his chum. The
money gnintcd feteratis under the
net exempt fiom any nttnelimciit
Inch beneficiary under the act is
icnuhcd to furnish every year u cer
tificate from the County Judge to
the effect that tlieie has been no
eliniitte in his fiiiaiichil condition
rhieh would render him ineligible
for u pension.
Iiimale-. of the Confederate Home
me in. I entitled (,, the benefit- of
The Perfect Laxatl
For Elderly People
Aro had Its attraction no lex limn
youth In n moro crcnn unit quieter lifp.
Ilut It I thin ery life nf rent without
aiilHclcnt exerelBO that lirlnKK with It
thoie (llsnnlern that nrlae from In
ncthlly. Chief nf thcao aro a chronic,
Stout elderly iieoplo are trouMeil In
thl way, with nreompnnylnir ayrnptoma
of lielchlnt,, drowiilnega after rutin.
tienilAchca and Kcneral lassitude. Fre
quently there Is illltlculty of illeeatlnir
oen iikiii rood. Much mental troulile
ensues, as It Is hard to find a stiltnhlo
rermdy first of all the ndvlcn may ho
FUiti that elderly peotde Bhouhl not use
salts, cathartic Pills or nowders. waters
or any of the moro violent ptirKatles.
What they need, women nn well as men.
Is a mild InxAtlve tonic, one that Is
pleasant lo tnko anu et acts without
Tho remedy that fills nil theie re
quirements, and has In addition toalc
properties that strengthen the stomach,
llcr nnd honcls. Is Vr Caldwell's Hyrup
Pepsin, which thousands of elderly peo
plo use, to tho exclusion of all other
remedies Trustworthy iK-ople like I!
Tlerelt. O.ikl.iwn Farm Newhern. T.nn .
nnd Sirs. I.lle H Drooks. Farls, Ky .
n .I.M., 11.. I. . .... . . ' "
..... ..i, t.. i. itv irKuiiir inier-
vnls and In that way not only main
tain general KoiM health, hut that they
have not In ears felt as Rood as they
do now You wilt do well to nlwajs
havn a Itottlo of It In tho house. It Is
i;ool for nil the family.
Anvonn Tlshlnir to make a trial of this
remedy before huylnc It In the regular
wav of a drueclst nt flftv rents nr nnn
dollar n larpe hottlo (family size) can
luuo a sample hottlo "Sent to the homo
freo of chnrKO hy simply addressing X)r.
W. n. Caldwell. 105 Washlncton St..
XTonllrello. 111. Voilp nnmA nn.1 n.1.1r
'on n postal card will do.
K. O. Collin, l'o-tmnster, Hencgnt
X. J.. wn tiaiiblcd with a severe
la grippe coiuth. He says: ''I would
be completely exhausted nfter each
fit of violent eoeghintr. I bought
n bottle of Foley's Honey nnd Tar
1 ouipound und before I "had tnken
it nil the coughing spells had en
tirely censed. It can't be beat."
Shngars and Tanner.
In n speech ns,Prtintr that T.ift'
AilmiiiUtrntioii had fulfilled nil of
I he l.cpublicnn plnlfonn pledges of
100S. Secretary of Coinmeree nnd
Labor Xngel made a vigoious nttaek
upon the initiative, leferendum and
C'lureneo D.irrnw, the McXnmnra
Inwyor, leeiisid of bribery, is o
face trial Jfay 14.
Cluw K. Snpp, fortneily n Kepuh
lieai! bos in Louisville, died nt St.
Write Now to the
Northern Pacific Ry
For Rates of Fare, Full Information and Free
Illustrated Literature about the seven great
Prosperity States of America
Miaaesels, Wiicoosio, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Waia
iniloa and Orcfoa. C Locale aloaf "Taa Sccoic Hiihway"
Ikt Slaadard Railway ot tko Nortkweal. Gel your (ricad
to fo and form a coloay, CX Aak aboat Low One
way bpriag Colonial rareo, effective dnily March
1st lo April 151b and Ronndrip Hoanesotkern
Tarts, clftctive on firal and third Taeadays ot
each aioalh. C Write now to
U. J. COSTELiO, Oillrut PaitrnuT Aft,
40 h. 4lk 4m CiiwihmI or
J. C. .in?.Y, TriTllssi limirralion Altnl.
40 E. 4th An, Cintimult
Gist of New Law Just Passed By
lVilotrintr are the main features
of tlii- Confederate pe-ion bill, which
t.ill soon become the law, having
passed both llou-ct of the Legisla
ture and signed by the Governor:
It grunts ii peiiioii of :10 a mouth
to all disabled Confederate veterans
who hae been actual bona fide res
idents of the State mikc.Iuii. 1, 1007
mid who nelually Served one year,
and to their widows, prouded they
ttrie inniritM prior to .Jan. 1. 1S00,
Any soldier who was prevented from
serums nt least a year because of
wounds leeeived or disease eon
Irncted in service, is uNo entitled to
the proisioiis of the act.
All are deemed "disabled" within
(he nieauiiu: of the law who have at
tained the ne of fi.'i enis. Howev
er, no person is entitled to the bene
fits of the act who is able to earn
u support liv manual labor, or hy
reason of hw knowledge or skill in
nny profession, trade or craft, who
possesses a net income to the
nmotint of $100 a yenr, who lias
property to the value-of jy.oOO. who
is living on thefrnKirty pv income
of hi wife, or Vho( support is oth
erwise pnivided for to the extent or
300 a year.
The. (rovernor, Auditor and Sec
retary of State constitute the State
IMPORTANT TO ALL WOMEN
READERS OF THIS PAPER
TRAINING SCHOOL for TEACHERS
Thousands upon thousands of wo
men have kidney or bladder trouble
mid never suspect it.
rt'omeuV eompluiuts often prove to
be mitliinir eUe but kidney trouble,
or the lesull of kidney or bladder
If the kidneys are not in n healthv
condition, they may cause the other
organs to become diseased.
You may suffer a great deal with
pain in (he buck bearing down feel
ing headache and loss of nmbition.
l'oor health makes you nervous, ir
ritable and may be despondent; it
miiKc-. nny one .so.
Hut thoiisiiuds of irrilxble, ner-
oiis, tired tiud broken down women
hnve restored their health and
streimth by the iie of Swamp-Hoot,
the great kidney and bladder remedy.
Swnnm-lfoot brim; new life nnd
activity to the kiiluevs, the cause of
Muuy send for a sample bottle tu
see what Swamp-Knot, the gieat
Kidney. Liver nnd bladder remedy
will do for them. Kvery render of
this paper, who has not nlretuly
tried it mny nddress Dr. Ntlnier & Cm
ninsbnmtou. X. Y. nnd receive a
sample bottle free hy mail. You can
iiiirehase the regular 50-eent und
one-doljar sie bottles nt all drug
COURSES: Preparatory. State Certificate,
Life Diploma. County Certificate Review,
Special. Tuition Free to Appointees,
Expenses Very Low. Ask About It. Artistic Catalogue Free. Address
J. 6. CRABBE, President. : : : : : : Richmond, Kentucky
naaa-a i a asaa
OUR DUTY TO OUR DEPARTED ONES IS PLAIN.
WE SHOULD ERECT AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL OV
ER THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACE.
A MONUMENT IS NOT EXPENSIVE UNLESS YOU
CARE TO HAVE IT SO.
OUR WORK IS UNSURPASSED AND CONSIDERING
QUALITY, IS VERY CHEAP. WE HAVE A LARGE
STOCK TO SELECT FROM.
Wm. Adams & Son,
There U a Great Demand for This Fence and Prices will be Higher later, so order
Geo. H. Farris, Sole Agent, Stanford.
Why Pay Ftvt Timet Mtra Hr Rttf than Ymi ni It?
Outlasts FIVE Ordinary Roofs.
Nearly Twenty Years' Test Proves it.
C. Has bo Equal for
Farm, Factory and
water tiftbt seams.
C, Your Dealer caa
C. If not, ask Us.
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