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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. MAROII 18th, 1910 1A0B FOUR. t 5"4 ' T- i r RICHMOND. Ottt 16 handi 5-vnr-old jack will male the mnei at our firm on olJ Danville pie be iwi I InCYtlW ni I luU1e l a lc ol $10 !U i mule and $3 lof hone mule, to insure Vcolt. FTzpATRCK fc raNKIN. IWgenlle, kjr. iT5 M. TIME THBLE NO ll.HOUth. It.? IMS. No. it, Houth, 10:1S A M No. St, North, 4:to A M. No W. North, B:4 V X No. XT, 10:?siA. M No. is, liter, m. JOS. S. RICE, Agent. TO THE FARMERS. Twlllcoiitlnuetoliandlo Fertiliser In the Jambn mid McKlnney sections nnd nsk tiiy M natron to remember me. I also nsk the tron.iKW of many new '"'"'""ft'rr.K t,ondon, Ky. Spring & Summer Stock. Save your mensurn taken by n tnllor of ox mrltar. Thenjourclothea.whethern low prtte hualne.a milt or tho finest evening nUlbea.wlll hnve that Individuality and lit -hlch plainly lndlcnte they were mnde to yaar measure. I wlllnlso take jour mens--rt for extra trousers, fancy vests, top nnd overcoats. Fnll nnd Winter asmplesoii lintid rendy for your inspection. II. 0. IHTIM.KV. The Tnllor, Stanford, Ky. Fruit and Ornamental Trees .Crrjtlilni! for Orchard, tawnnnd Harden. One Million Htraw berry plnnts. Free tlntnlogues. No Agents. H,F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, I.KXINOTOS, Kr.STUl'KV. Harry Jacobs, De.iler In nnd Manufacturer of; Marblo and Granite Monu ments, xkera and Posts, Cemetery nnd lawn Taaetand Hettecs. Otlleo and works, Mc XlaatT, Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! 1 can furnlah the nuhllcwlth the brat, na -well aa the fretdiest of cut Howe, plants of all kind, bulbs, potted Hon era, on ahort notice. Also illlike a specialty of wreaths sor lor ruuerai purposes. la eotiuectlon with the alwre. I hnve nil Uadf.of vegetables on linnd tit reasonable 9TJCV. SSa.'OHUIHTMANdREKN HODHES. KD IlUIIHAKD, l'HOll. Htanford, Ky, CONCRETING FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. I DOING THEIR DUTY. Wr In position to do all kinds of con ssreUng, audi ns lilock Work, Pavements avoal. In fnct, we can make any thing from r kniM down to n fence po9t. Wo can serve yes promptly mid guarantee. Urat-claas -vsrk and material. Unit nnd get our prices iore you buy your material at least. PHILLIPS BROS., Stnu ford, Ky. Fish & Pennington, Insurance and Real Estate. All kind of INSURANCE ou all kinds of property. Only Hie larg est companies represented. Rates an low as can be had anywhere. Stanford, Ky., Phone 200. J,L.Beazley&Co., For Bai.b. K Rood nativo cattle. A. T. Nunnelley, at atock yards. ' It. J. E. Bruco Hold two pairs or mules (it $100 and $125 Five Rood second hnnd buggies for lime. It. II, warier, omnium. Two work mares for sale. A. T. Nunnelley. Jim Woods bad two nice jacks in town court day, which ho will soon tell breeders nbout through tho I. J Fon Sale. 20 long yearling nnd 20 short j carling steers. M.J. Hoffman, Morcland, Ky. Jt J. H. Haughman sold n fine -1-ycnr- old mule to W. T. Robinson, of lloyle, for $2 15. Fon Sale. 75 to 100 bushelal'of or chard grass seed. Extra good. $1 50 per bushel. B B. King, Morcland. Logan Hubble sold n good family horse to William Floyd, of Hustonvllle, for $150. F. L. Jones has sold his farm of 60 acres, near Danville, to Rev. H. M. Shouse, for$J,400. Bed Leaf, tho great trotting stallion, will positively be sold at B. G. Fox's stable, Danville, next Monday. R. E. Goddard. I have a nice, six-year-old bay horse for sale; perfectly sound, gentle to drive, works anywhere and rides fairly well. W. P. Kincaid. tf. Walter Walker has purchased a splen did Percheron stallion, which ho will stand at the stock yards here under John Cook's care. For Sale. -25 three-year-old mule All broken nnd in good working order. Call on or phono Lognn Hubble, Lan caster R. F. D. No. 1. Senator Took Rubble's good gelding, T. M. Green won another race at Jack sonville last Saturday. This makes the sixth out of seven starts to his credit this Spring. For Sale. Pure Boone county white seed corn, $1.25 per bushel. See sample at Lincoln County National and First National Banks. Also 15 bushels of cultivated hemp seed. S. J. Embry, Jr., and John C. Pepples, Stanford. A. T. Nunnelley sold to J. B. Peel, of Jessamine county this week, 15 good heifers, ranging in price fromSJ to -lie. Mr. Nunnelley bought a team of nice horses from Virgil Campbell at a still price. There were 400 cattle on the market here court day and practically all of them changed hands. Stanford is rap idly forging to the front as a cattle market and buyers from all over this part of Kentucky are now attending the sales here. J. H. Baughman leaves this week for St. Louis and other western points where he will buy up some nice horses and other stock for the local market. Cress & Jones bought of A. T. Nun nelley this week 39 nice hogs. The price was so high that they wouldn't tell it. Thomas H. Williams, president of the New California Jockey Club, an nounced that the racing season at Em eryville, which was to end April 7, will be extended 20 days, and probably longer. Dogs got into the sheep of William Durham near Danville on tho Perry- ville pike. Two ewes were killed and nine lambs and a number of others were mutilated. The dogs were not killed. The Kentucky Racing Association at Lexington, selected W. H. Shelley, of Louisville, to be in charge of the meet' ing which begins there April 30 and continues to May 7, It was announced that no purso under $300 will be offered and that most of them will be $400 or over. The Markets. Scoros of Stanford Roadors Aro Loarnlnpr tho Duty or Tho Kldnoys. To filter tho blood is tho kidneys' duty. When they fall to do this tho kidneys aro sick. Backache and many kidney ills fol low. Urinary troubles, diabetes. Doan's Kidney Pills euro them all. Stanford peoplo endorse our claim. Mrs. Nancy A. Logan, E. Mnln street Stanford, Kv., snys: "I ncnrcely know how to express my gratitude to Doan' Kidney Pills for tho great benefit thoy brought mo When I began to use them, 1 wns in n miserable condition My back seemed to have given out en tirely and nt times pained mo terribly. I often oecamo so wcaK anu lame mat 1 was almost prostrated. I was also annoyed by a frequent desiro to void tho kidney secretions anu me passages wero accompanied by an intenso burn ing sensation Learning of Doan's Kid ney PilK I procured h supply nt Shu- gars si Tanner a urug More, anu in view or the results l receivcu, i can give them the highest praise. Doan's Kidney Pills not only relieved my back ache, but restored my kldnoys to n nor mal condition " For sale by nil dealers Price 50 cts. Foster Milburn Co.. Buffalo. New York. solo agents for tho United Stntes. Remember the name Doan 9 nnu take no other, New line of men's and boys' clothing at the Country Store. Prices and qual ity will surprise you. The highest prico said to have been paid for cnttlo in this part of Kentucky In years was received this week by WlllGlvcns for 90 1,400-pound export cattle, sold to Henry McKnlght, of Louisville. He received 7c for them. State Commander M. F. Elk In nnd A. C. Sino have organized a tent of Maccabees nt Science Hill, Pulaski county, with 35 charter members Ches ter G. Woodall Is Record Keeper nnd Prof. W. P. Bnugh Commander. George B. Sautley, son of Judge M. C. Sauflcy, of Stanford, is dead after a six weeks siege of typhoid fever. Ho was a brilliant young lawyer nnd was master commissioner of Lincoln county, -Somerset Republican. Rowland. Tho railroad employes are very busy at this place filling in and building new switches; also making preparations to move the depot and build n nico park. Watch out, for Rowland is coming to tho front. Mrs. S. E. Carter is visit ing friends at Corbin. Mrs. Will Land is on the sick list. Mr. Dennis of Lan caster, is visiting his parents at this place. Miss Dessic Harrington, of Eu banks, is visiting Mrs. S. T. Roberts. Miss Emma Daniels, "of Garrard, was visiting Mrs. Tom Jennings. Miss Lu lu Sprinkles is visiting her sister, Mrs. Thompson, nt Preachcrsvillo. Miss Buelah McCarley, of Crab Orchard, has been visiting Miss Edith Martin. Will Perkins has bought th Wade property and has moved in. S. T. Roberts nnd wife spent Sunday at the homeof J. T. Munday. Misses Annie Hall and Bes sie Fowle have returned from an ex tended visit to Mrs. G. W. Martin ut Livingston. E. T. Robards, supervisor of sales on the Lexington loose leaf market, makes the following report of the business done Wednesday: Three houses sold 35,525 pounds of tobacco at prices rang ing from 9 to 19c per pound. Market was strong and active, with prices steady. Asserting that he "is asrdent an advocate of wise conservation as the most radical, but it must bo wise con servation to appeal to me," Secretary of the Interior R. A. Ballinger spoke before tho Minnesota Conservation and Agricultural Development Congress. President Taft loft Washington for Chicago over the Pennsylvania railroad. From Chicago the president will "swing around the circle" to Rochester, Alba ny, New York, New Haven and Provi dence and will not be in Washington again until March 23. Magoffin Tucker, son of Dr. Dewitt Tucker, of Danville, had a narrow es cape from being killed in n runaway. His horse became frightened at tho horn of an automobile, which passed him, and started to run. He escaped with a sprained shoulder. UndertaKers aud Embalo wi. Also Dealers iu Fur niture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Rigb. STAFFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C, McCIary, ? 1 f Louisville's latest market quotations: Prime export steers $6 25(f7; ship ping steers 5 70 to C 25; beef steers 3.75 to G; fat heifers 3.75 to 5.75; fat cows 3 75 to 5.50; cutters 2 50 to 3.75; can- nersl.50to 2.50; bulls 2.75 to 5.25; feeders 3 75 to 5.25; stockers 3 to 4 75; choice milk cows $35 to $50; common to fair $15 to 35. Calves, best, $8. to 8.50; medium 5.50 to 7.50; common, dull at 2 50 to 5. Hogs Receipts 809 head; selected, 105 pounds and up, selling at $11; 13) to 105 pounds, $10 50; pigs $8 70 to $10; roughs $10.39 down. Sheep and Lambs Good demand continues for good fat sheep and good lambs, not enough coming in to supply tho local butchers; best fat sheep 3.50 to 4.50; Iambs C to 7c. Cincinnati mat ket: Cuttle, fair to good shippers G 50 to 7.G5; common 3 to 4,75 Hogs Butchers and shippers 10.90 to 11; common 7.50 to 10c. Sheep $3.75 to $G 05. Lambs are 25c higher, $0.23 to J 9. Go. Undertaker. Embalmor .'and jtoaterlln.Harness, Baddlory, STANFORD, KY- ffcon, lT. nous I'tion. M. PUBLIC SALE ! llaluit told my farm the Hunt Hlngletou iilne one mile from Ural) Orchard ou the ill. Vernon road, 1 will on HATl'HDAY. MAUUlf th 1V10. IlnxInuliiKUt 11) A. M., sell oil nil my Kami. liiU Implement., and stock coii.l.tlim of 1 U-yeur-old horse, 3 mlloh cows, one Jersey subject to register giving- milk, the other with calf by aide. 1 six-year-old iiiuro baa been bred, I yearling colts, yearling Jer sey heifer calves subject to register, V nice hogs, one corn planter with checker com bined. 1 riding cultivator, I mow lug macliliia plows, harrow a, liaroass, surrey ai good na new, wagon, 3 onuIiore bugglea, hay In the mow, corn In the crib, household furni ture and other things too numerous to mention, Terms made known on day of sale. W. K, MONK, Orau Orchard, Ky J. l'.Ohauller, Aupt. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE ! Those having claims against the es tate of Geo. B. Sautley, deceased, are notified to present same to tho under signed, properly proven, for payment. Those owing him will please make set tlement with mo at once. George L. Penny, administrator. I G ALTON 3 2010. H-nsoii of I 10. Hlreof Calvin C ! 19V ,l It.irns. !'.. and six others with trials from 1.SI to i.li. tho,nrth' only ones tnnl were ever hand led for speed. lo thHaireof onednni with one In the S:) list. Hired by (Inmbettn Wil kes :!.. the sire of II) In the u list. It In i:IO ami 1-etler, claimed to lie the greatest sire In the world. 1st dnm Palsy Field i Kni ml dam of 5 with record of from . 17 to ty, by Knlleld t.w of lliimbtetoutnn III il.un l,v U,l.r' Attl0r!lAri MlAI KiittMlfl X:2unn(n?:.i his daughters have m In ::, or belter, ma nam iiuokaiep ny Ken- mick.v l rmre, ur.,mrn ui j z.i,-,, i4'ill onnilf,S:r7',.aml ilnnnof IS in the i:!ti ll' 3rd 'lam by Old Joe, sire of the dnm of J, IJ. :i7V (Initoncnrrlei tho blood of four Iciidlns' families. Ilniiibletonlan. Wllkes.Mnmbrlno Chief nnd Meeley'a American Mtar oalion a raiianaHgonengninsi ami ue fented the Nst In harness claasea and rood ater rings, they nre In great demand, selling as high ns ll.iH) nfter maturity, yenrllnga from irstlnfSin. ualton will ainuu in mi tablet miles West of lluitonvllluon llrnd fordsvllle plkeat IIS to Insure a living colt Mone due It mare Is trnd-d nfter la-lug bred l'leiitv of grass nt tiiii) per month. sin ed e pn sly for nmrea. noothi rut.n kinlvd with mares, hnve grass lots nnd large stables for mure to foal, drain ( I at cost I'hoiielnrvsldence.ll'i-tonMlle hschange W M IHihli, lluslouvllle. Ky FARM FOR SALE! My farmof STarreaof good land, well Im- ? roved, well watered and fenced. Is for sale t Is located aeyun miles from Htanford In the Mnywood section. House hnsalxrooms, New barn and other necessary outbuildings, A tmrgnln If sold at once. J T. I.IVINOHTON. It. K. I). No. I. Htanfonl, Ky J. J.BELDEN, For house, carriage nnd sign painting deco rative paper bunging also buggy trimming of alt kinds such na tons rvcotered curtains and boot made HtopoverAldrldge'a black smun suop vveav jiain nt., niauioru Ky , riioiieNo.O',. J J llKI.DKN. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I desire to sell privately my stock of Gro ceries and Hardware. Doing n good busi ness. Wilt Involco about IJ. ltensou ill health. OKO. II. IIOrrr.ltHtnfonUKr. B. D. CARTER. Now Llvorw Dopot Stroot, Phono 00, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Dicjpitq Ciare 1982. Combined Htnlllon. Dark Mahogany Hay, IS.!!): weight 1..MU pounds. la absolutely Hiiuud In everyway. Kind disposition and colts easily handled. He lias stepped eighths in l1- niicneu ma auiay; is nvu gniu-u; a a rent show horso wearing tho blue tie ever since a yearling; at three years old wore M blues and one red out of 1 1 show a ; us a har ness hors and nsu model Is In a class to himself. Ho was never defeated except by two of his own colts, and has won In rings ufsllienil, ins cons are always insme me money uud when developed, make grout nilillera mid hluh priced three iinif live gulted show horsea. Hixty nvenf his get ut uuuveriigeaguof SSyearasold nt an aver ngn price of toll. Ho Ima ueer beeudefuut ed Inn produce ring when shown with to Nnf hi. itt. Think of such smirilera us lie lias sired; namely, Nettleton. Wlnsoui, Trosiiect, the Jim Audi-rsou Mure, Hay Day, the Trice Herring Mare, Toxle Dare, London Dure, Dare All. White Foot, l'rlucii Imperinl.nnd a ItosL ofnthera that havo been bold from tUul to (i.Aun. Uiokntlils record as a sire of saddle and aeo whnt they can do. IIIUN1TV DAUM, got by Chester Dare No 10 Ac; 1st dam by Welehmont istt7 A.T. II. II.; ho by William Welch tf II A. T. II. It.; lie by Hysdvke'a Hnmbletoulon No. 10 A.T. II, 11, will servo mures tills sea. ou of lUldut my table In llustouvllle nt the low price of 1WTOINHUIIK A I.IVK OOI.T. Money due when colt comes or mare traded or removed, or bred to any other slock. A lien retained on nil colls until pnld (or. Grass furnished at reasonable price for mares from a dlstanco and must be settled for before removed, Ureedlng Lours from H to lu In morning and 1 to tf Iu evening. Marc will receive my iersonnl attention, but will not be responsible for accidents or escupes. -"Ill ulso lit the same time and place stand my greut breeding Mule Jack PEYTON so well known In the West End of Un-oln county, ut 1 10 for mures and CM for jennets, due when colt Is foaled or mure traded, re moved or parted with, or brel to any other stock, I'eyton by Huff Dudderar'a jack hu by Ilubtile's llrlgnollu and out of Jim Tor tur's Jennett. I'eyton Is nna with very large bone and foot, good neck and Cur good ijuarters, well mounted 15 handa 1 Inch high nnd admired by all who see lilm, uud la said to be the best mule Jack In Lincoln county. All ure Invited to come and See iilm, Thonelu residence. D. S. CARPENTER. llVSTOMVILI.il, KT, A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, Hurgin, KentucKy. I n inn grndunteof Jones' NatlonnlHchool of Auctioneer!. Chicago, uud hare had ex perience In the big cattlnaalei at the Union otock Yards, Chicago, where we sold some thoroughbreds aa high aa !). Also lu horso sales wuereftuaalea werumnde each day. Auctioneering Is a science nnd I have studied It with thlaldea. nee or phone me before ou arrange for your sale. I can mnkeauleatoyourndvnutage. I'HO.NKiS-lt Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns. Nothing But Insurance Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man. STANFORD, KY. Residence Thone M; OHlce, US. Insure with me and bo fully protected. Dinwiddie t & Co., Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We car ry an up-to-date line of goods. c a PQ C faH o u u 0 o Q n Z i'ilmM 1 f If Pfllf M rVyi ri cmiroCjljcuints CD P 3 O 9 C o o (13 C A 0 a Our Spring line of Clothing Jis better than ever before. It is now 'open for your Inspection. Call and see that snappy suit. btfkti mii WE Have the Superior 2-horse corn planter with both edge and fiat dropping plates, al so the Superior 1 -horse, planters and fertilizers. These planters have been tested and give satisfaction. W. H. HICG1NS. I Stanford, Kentucky. j JUST RECEIVED 8 Q A Big Line Of WALL PAPER, m S Mattings nnd rugs it will pay you to examine our line be- jut fore you buy. Don't forget we are fa price makers. M B 5 8 L. L. SANDERS, g m 3 fa Crab Orchard,. Kentucky. S ::: ta If you have anything to sell in the STOCK LINE Take it to Nunncllcy's New Stock Yards I lo luiys and sells every day in tho year except Sunday, faring on your clock. Ucet market in the Ktuto with plenty of etil nnd water licet covered pen, out'ido of Louisville or Lexington. STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch nnd feed lnieincw. fHiJaWTyjUaBJar tVyA J&JT- RURAL TELEPHONES. MIt. FAIlMKIt: Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence, and place yourself in n nonitiou to get tho latest market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone bervlcu, which you and your iieighborn c.in get for a sum that Is small compared with the LeneliUi received Call or witltvu our neareBt oflice or write direct to headquarters, Nashville, 'IVnu., for infnrmationregardiiig our sjiecial "Far nier' Line" rate. If you aro imt' at jircecut enjoying telcnhouo iwrvico, wo cnu iiuiiiediately intercut you. Our lined cover tho States of Kentucky, Tennessee. Mississippi, IjOuUiuuti mid tho Southern portion of Indiana ami Uliuoi.. KAST TENNKSSEK TKL. & T13L. CO. IINrOBPOKATKPS. Auctioneer! I offer my service to the woile of Lin coln county as un uuctloueer. Hull. faction guaraiiued. 11. W. MoWIIOUTKlt, 8 Moreland, Ky K. K. il. No. 1 Kasldtnce. TurneravllU, NOTICEI Thoao having otaltuisialnst tbuMtata of Mrs. Jtelle like. deceased, will present them properly proven to me atonoe. Those ow lug the estate are notified to settle with mt ImuivdlaU'ly. O MO. H. I'KUITT, Administrator Mr. HelW Kle I .5' v i, aaA."