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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 4 1906 NO 14 HUBBLE Farmers are happy since the rcfrosl Ing rains I Undo Sammy Bourne aged B died Sunday and Vas buried in Lancaster bliss Frances Mctcalfo of Danville Is the guest of Miss Mamio Underwood W C Pettus and wife of Preachers Yillo were with relatives here Leo Rankin and Haven McBcath are in Somerset J L Weaver and wife of Broniton have been visiting his els ter Mrs Luther Weaver Everett Stone of Lexington was tho guest or his aunt sirs S M Ssoonamore t Eld F M Tinder will fill his appointment at tho Christian church Sun day afternoon Tho quarterly meeting was hold at tho Methodist church hero Sunday The mrm1IJ brought largi baskets of dinner and all spent the day very pleasantly together Home Again Babe be good to daddy Mother isnt here Babe be good to daddy Lie still thats a dear Thats right chew your thumb and coo Daddys all alone with you If you yell what will ho do firDaddys full of fear Babe be good to daddy Yes indeed you can Have whatoer you long for Heres a painted fan That your mother prizes high Heros your mothers beadsandwhy Heres dads watchr Now bye o by Bo a little man Babe be good to daddy Youro a lump of buss Babe bo good to daddy What You want a kiss Mothers upped and gone away To tho nelghborsuiseday Guess her minds made up to stay Stay all day you wLi Babe be good to daddy Now I hear her call Babe your mothers homo again I Hear her In tho hall i Swing her beads around with glee And her fan Hero I Lot that be Give that watch back hero to me Squalling Well then squall r Fortunate MtUsurlans When I was a druggist at Livonia Mo writes T J Dwyer now of Grnysvlllc Mo three of my custo mers wcro permanently cured of eon sumption by Dr Kings New Discov cry anti nro woll and strong to day Ono was trying to soil his property and move to Arlionn but after using Now Discovery u short tlmu ho found It unnecessary to do so I regard Dr Kings Now Discovery nil tho most wonderful inudtclno In cxlstenro Surost Cough and Cold euro and Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by IennyH Drug Storo Stanford and Lyno Hros Crab Orchard Furl that banner was the order when the Socialists attempted to march with red flags at Chicago and It was obeyed with great alacrity Even So- dalists arc not hunting for dangerous trouble Dovllss Island Torture U no worse than tho terrible ease of IlloA that nflllcted mo 10 years Then t I was advised to apply HuckktiN Arnica Salve and Irss than u box permanently cured mo writes L S Nnplcr of Bugles Ky Heals all wounds Hums and Sores llku magic 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanfonl Lyuo lira Crab Orchard Two Farms For Sale I ttali tu ell prlviitcly my fiirin of ITil itcriKG miler Wint of iJincmtiT on the Iou tuition plkf it well Iniprortil unit hit of wiitor mill tlnilwr Well fenced and bulldhtgIn Rood reIrmaAlto nil unimproved of 100 nrreii lying iiililwny Iwtwitm IjincimtiT and IxHooiloulUtfnch way Well flncd1rlllllollllhl i TlllKltlUXd Mnrksbiiry K- yThelWild t Man of Borneo Tlds lino thoroughbred lidrso whom nitiiin UnmUnoiiier fur n inllilcr auiuier rater liorso newer wore Imrncm will Iu ncrinllUil to pay hlncltvolmto finmlti or too tiuluu KCIIIU Fur lid to Insure n llvlnit colt Mm Orll I n isJrt Ire trlt DavU Hr anl ecru tlonvnil Tlioinpon of Jlerocr made lil owner JnUat aloonu lhllilirorlllfllloll rrollllllO rehired turf iiiiinCollV li A MiTCtr county mun ways Hint old Orlt DnvN win tin llnf t horse ever nilnrtt In Mercer county JIKdiim wiu tlm clhrllllll trottliiK iiuiiy Miirlo An tnliioUu fiwnoil l y thug Mlllvr when In wnn county nttormy Tim tiragllo at thu Ktniuily liarony three iiilliw from mill Orchard on tlio lnlicn tvr pike Tilt took of hours tlulr no bnnkliig Also the Volcano tlu Mnrtlnliino will boon tho mum inngiilllciMit fnriiuit the iiinn lon In time 1oront but not lMiKriiilttrd iv n to snort volcanic lln ncro impel of Tun tnlu for Ifim duet faI lib ilinn the Wild t ZllIgllrcllll ullrhlIl1Illnlllr rIms IKIU- ITln Iy Wild Mun of liiiriifo la u omitlful wills two wlilto hlml fn t volcano tit llIrllllcIUl U u runs bwclr with four wliltuliuxkliMniul U pcrhnp the inoit iKiultlful homo In lliunln county KONTAIXK Fox lloiinirr HThu nmitnlllc nt Hhorthorn thin trchnrdml luu11 UIII 1In- Inutliililtlliiieinfotitle mini hlrioamid any lUll hunk Uon InjUon j OTTENHEIM Mr Holm lost a valuable cow by a tree falling on her Reuben Adams stcppintr high over the arrival of a Ittlo son at his homo Joseph Lawson has sold his houso and lot at Shelby City to L II Johnson Cor 200Emuel Henson who spent tho winter in Cincinnati has returned homo Cor tho summer Tho forest fires have been playing havoc in this section until the recent rain which has checked them Father Helling has gone to New Aus tria Boyle county to haMa meeting and teach tho children for about 10 days Bailey Hampton tho now mrfr thants of Maywood passed througl hero Saturday and say they are push ing things to tho front The front porch pulled looso front the main building at the postofllco here amt two Mormon preachers barely escape being caught under the debris Garlcy Adams says wo wont have the pleasure of writing any more about his moving for he has come back to this neighborhood to stay until Gabriel blows his horn John Dowers of New Albany Is here looking after his business affairs He will remain until his strawberry crop Is disposed of John Wentzcl the enter prising merchant is painting andother wise making his store so attractive that YOU cant help buying something whet you go In C G Boone was in this section buying cattle for his brother J H Boone who is running a butcher shop in connection with his grocery store at Somerset U Here and There Fire destroyed a department store In Meridian Miss causing a loss estimat ed at 100000 L F Vollmer of Middlcsboro an L N brakeman was killed by a freight train near Dryden Va John G Doyle a wealthy and ecccn ric wool merchant committed suicld at Louisville by shooting himscl through the mouth The Southern Educational Confer once which brings together many or tho foremost educators and philanthro pists of tho country is in session at LexingtonAt City Oregon Frank T Smith who killed Policeman H union and later killed Sheriff Shaver and and Qapt Henderson of the Oregon National Guard was killed The Isthmian Canal Commission met and decided to ask for an appropria tion of f2C3 18281 to continuo the con structlon of the canal during the fiscal year ending June 80 1907 Coroner Walsh of Snn Francisco said today When tho debris is cleared away there will bo nt least 1001 additions to tho death ron It would not be surprising if the number reached 1600 May day failed to bring tho anticipat ed revolution in Paris but brought scenos of extreme violence and more than 1000 arrests were made Tho workmen did not succeed in forming a procession Tho real legislative work of tho Na tional House of Representatives on the Agricultural Appropriation Dill will begin this week The general debate on this measure took a wider range and occupied considerably more time than had been expected Railroad rate legislation continues to hold first place in the United States Senate There arc three or four more general speeches to be made on the bill and when tho lost ono of them shall have been heanl there will be an agreement upon a timo for taking the final vote This is expected to bo about May CORN9 CURED Corn Exit will peal tively remove corns in four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund tile money to each and every customer whoso corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect euro is pot speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky It is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold How often do wo hear It remarked Its only a cold and u few days la cr learn that the man is on his back with pneumonia This Is of such com non occurrence that a cold however light should not bo disregarded Hmmbcrlulns Cough Heinedy counteracts any tendency of a cold to re suIt In pneumonia and hits gained Us rent popularity tend extensive saloby is prompt cures of this most common aliment It always cures and is picas tot to take For sole by Dr W N- CraIg tho popular druggist at Stan ord Ky SDy a vote of 153 to 58 the House do idcd to continue tho free distribution of garden and flower seeds NEWS NOTES Chicago City Hall has been con demned as dangerous and unsanitary Prof Israel C Russell head of the geology department of tho University of Michigan is dead The union carpenters struck in Pa ducahand much work on new buildings is at a standstill as a result Freight traffic on the great lakes Is practically tied up because of the strike of longshoremen and allied bodies An injunction was granted in Hop klnsvlllo prohibiting the enforcement of the law requiring cows to be kept off the streets Two men were killed and several others severely injured by an explosion in the Illinois Steel Companys plant in South Chicago Socialists who attempted to march in Chicago under red flags were com pelled by the police to carry their ban ners tightly furled Mayor Schmitz has informed the gen eral municipal committee in San Fran cisco that the city is facing a shortage in the food supply Tho volcano ol Stromboli in the Mediterranean Sea of tho coast of Sicily and Mt Hccla in Iceland are reported to 10 active again Henry C Rouse chairman of the Doard of Directors of tho M K and T and president of several Western railways died at Cleveland James A Towne is dead and a double tragedy of Denver is completed He fatally wounded his wife with a hatch- el before cutting his throat A syndicate of New York capitalists is said to have agreed to advance 100 000000 for the purpose of rebuilding one of the burned districts of San Frart cisco The Russian Government has forbid the newspapers of St Petersburg publishing news regarding the movements of troops in Manchuria and else whereA of the policyholders of the Mutual Life Insurance Company has been appointed to assist in carrying into effect the provisions of the Arm strong law In New York In a clash between a detail of tho new State constabulary and a mob of foreign miners at Mt Carmel Pa nearly a score of men were wounded three of whom will die Chief Wilkie of the Secret Service has issued an order that the imitation bank books filled with imitation bills and used for advertising purposes must not be circulated any more At Hopklnsville Jim Clarkcolored was instantly killed and Logan Nourse a son of the Rev W F Nourse was rendered unconscious for some time by a bolt of lightning which struck near them Tho April grand jury in New York decided not to enter upon un exhaust ive investigation of insurance matters and pawed the question up to the special grand jury which will meet sometime this monthT- JoLtGRAMS from Chattanooga to Washington announce that Father Thomas Sherman a son of Gen W T Sherman had begun his march along tho route taken by his father 40 years ago and was accompanied by a troop of cavalry caused considerable indigna lion among Southern members of Con gress The members of the Georgia delegation were especially wrought up over tho proposed trip of the soldiers viewing it as a needless reminder of the horrors of the Civil War Senator Tillman of South Carolina character ized it as an idiotic performance and he was about right too Among tho old and rare volumes on the shelves of a Washington bookstore is a little brown volume lettered In gold which should bo among the treasures of tho Kentucky Historical Society at Frankfort It is a prayer book once owned by Isaac Shelby first Governor of Kentucky The prayer book was found among n library of livolumes which had belonged to Gov Shelby and which were sold for storage Many of the books wero valueless The Governors prayers book and a history of Tennessee giv jn by tho author to His Excellency Gal Shelby are considered valuable and the bookseller nsks a good round 3ricc for each Hot If as Rich As Rockefeller If you had ell tho wealth of Rocko alter tho Standard 011 magnate you could not buy a better medicine for bowel complaints than Chamberlains Colic Cholera anti Diarrhoea Remedy lho most eminent physician can not iirescrilx a better preparation for olio and diarrhoea both for children and adults The uniform success of his remedy has shown Ittobosupcrior lo all others It never falls and when reduced with wateraud sweetened Is pleasant to take Every family hould IK suppllod with It Sold by Dr W N Craig the popu lal druggIst at Stanford IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J F Goddard aged 67 a promInent citizen of Wayne for several term jailer is dead At London Delbert Hale a farme about 30 years old it is claimed shot and seriously wouded Charles Howard a 16 year old boy on Cane Cseek Four of tho State Normal School Commissioners visited Richmond and inspected the site where it is hoped one of the State Normal Schools will be locatedAt Harrodsburg Taylor Elkin has just finished breaking his crop of 97 acres of hemp It made 132760 pound which brought 175 per hundred straightThe carpenters of Lexington numbering about 100 are out on a strike They demand a nine a 10hour day and an increase of agesI of three cents on the hour At Corbin the show trains of the Great Texas Dill Wild West Shows were visited by fire and several cart damaged Ono car which contained 20000 worth of property was totally destroyedMrs Robinson died at hoi home in Garrard county after anTill ness of severel weeks due to a recent fall and also the infirmities incident tc extreme age She leaves five daughters and two sons Mrs Robinsor celebrated her Oath birthday about two weeks ago At Pleasant Hill Mercer county the 15yearold son of Thomas Dovine shot and perhaps fatally wounded his six yearold sister He was shooting at markon a plank wall on the other side of which the girl was concealed The weapon was a 22 calibre rifle and the ball passed through the boards lodging In the childs left side near the heartThe Board of Prison Commissioners awarded the lease of labor of 650 con riots to the Frankfort Shoe Manufac turing Company at 85c per day the highest price ever paid for prison labor In this State the present price paid by the FordJohnson Company being 40c upon which the State received 78000 per annum The present contract will mean 165750 to the State an excess of 87750 per annum The only other bidconsIdered was that of the Ford Johnson Company which bid 65c for too Goo for 200 and 25c for men unable to make a whole day or are crippled Nervous School Children Statistics gathered by various School Boards show that a large icroontage of school children suffer from different forms of nervousness mild oi exaggerated Somo showed n tendency to melancholy others mental depression and many tho nervous twltchings of mild chorea or fit thus dance Most of theso troubles can bo overcome by proper food sulliclont sleep and Dr Caldwelli laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is u universal childrens medicine be call so if good food U oaten ii Insures that the food is properly dl jested and Indigestion and nerve poisons properly thrown out It Is pleasant to take and safe and sure In results Try it Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams Hustonvillc at Me and 81 Money back If it fails- Carnegie says that Booker Washington is ono of the five greatest men of his day Modesty forbade him doubtless from naming the other five State ournal No Quarter The evils which always follow after ndigcstlon biliousness or constlpa tlon will give no quarter Better fight hem to a finish with Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is a iveapon against these dangerous Hscascs which will give you quick suet and permanent cure Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams Hustonvlllo at 50o and 1 honey back If It falls e Theres some virtue after all in the way women nowadays dont wear clothes Its the male kind of San Francisco that has suffered most from the exposure of the pmt weekLouis villo Times Deaths from Appendicitis eurcnso in the same ratio that the uso of Dr Kings New Life Pills increases They save you from danger und bring quick and painless rolousefromconstl atlon and the Ills growing out of It trongth and vigor always follow heir uso Guaranteed by Pennys IrugStoro Stanford and Lyno Bros grab Orchard 25c Try them Heros a hint for Kentucky candi dates Sherman M Becker the young cpublican Mayor of Milwaukee troduced a new style of campaigning when just peforc election day ho dis ributed 5000 corncob pipes and as many packages of tobacco It is needless to say he went in by a largo ma ority Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac cordeons Concerlinas Harps Har monophones Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate Records 3 A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Mr J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurljtzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky lght Goods and iqhtr Prices tsalsas Corn Planters Disc Harrows Dray Harrows Walking Cultivators Something entirely new iu a Hiding Cultivator Dont buyuntil you see it W H HIGGINSSpecial Prices on Buggies and Buggy Harness CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY t THERES A REASON FOR THEIR HAPPINESS They are regular wearers of justboughtthe good shoe trade that they made ALL AMERICA SHOES are always lead whatnppearsInColt Russia and velour Calf with hard wear soles which insure durability They are known the country overthey are leaders and selling at 350 and 400 are the shoe buy for smart dressers Come in and look them over R nt SAM ROBINSONDr- yGood Clothing Shoes Buts and Caps Ladies anti Gents Furnishings Etc the store tbat saves you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY u11 Ki K1tiN N NWf NtiN11tirN1Craigs Heroin Compound Craigs Heroin Compound I nAI Craigt S Heroin Compound tt 11 IT CURES THAT HOARSE AND CROUPY WHEEZE i I AND STOPS THAT RATTLING SOUND = UCRAIGS DR G1ZSTOREt f gnnl ntoa uiojujj mtnodtuoQ OJiJHiI dl- uzN1N1K NN1 MN The Place to OilY 1 Garden and Field Seeds Garden Tools Plow Gear Poultry Netting Screen Wire Cloth Screen DoorsIHardware Cuttlery Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits c atrbottom priceswi George D Hopper Stanford Ky 31 ft The Interior Journal- E C WALTON JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county la a candidate to rep sent the Eighth Congressional district of Kentucky In don cress to lion G O Gilbert subject to the action of the Democratic party TIlE son of William Tecumseh Sherman will not repeat his fathers march to the sea with a detail of Unitcd States cavalry as escort Mr Roosevelt has wisely put an end to the scheme and the party will proceed no further than Resaca Ga The South er i people are still a little sensitive onI the subject of that original march They recognize now that it formcdan integral part of a successful plan of campaign and that the severity with which it was conducted was to an extent justified by the impossibility of defeating the Southern people except through the destruction of their resources and the limitation of their field of action Henry Grady said 20 years ago that the South had come to look on Gen Sherman as a rathe interesting man who was if anything a little too kccrless about fire but Henry Gradys are few and far between and It is doubtful if even Henry Grad would taro to see the march of the father made by reason of the Stern necessities of war turned into advertising scheme for the son The feeling on the part of the South may bo due to supersensitiveness but the Sout paid a price that entitles her feeling when there is no need for wounding them to some consideration UNLESS they had an order from Judge Cochran Marshal Steve Sharp and Deputy Emmett Orr who purchased their offices by surrendering their democracy may get into trouble over taking Caleb Power on a pleasure trip to Cincinnati Lawyers declare that under a strict interpretation of the United States statutes Powers could not be removed from the jurisdiction of the Federal courts for the Eastern District of Kentucky without an order from the presiding judge and then the latter must in his order show that there exists some good reason for allowing the prisoner to leave the district It has always been the practice when the United States prisoners needed the services of a phy- siCian to bring the doctor to the jail and there was no excuse for this flagrant usurpation of authority by men in sympathy with assassination and desirous of showing it by parading the miserable head center of the conspiracy to murder Goebel to the disgust of decent people AFTER granting him three divorces a Maryland judge told the plaintiff that if he ever appeared before him again in a similar suit he would handle him or contempt The judge is right If a man can not learn by experience his mind is off and the State should take care of himas other deficient peopl verlt married life and in justice to him or 1some woman he ought to be restraine from further plunges into an element for which he is ill adapted ACCORDING to a bulletin just issued by the comptroller of the currency Kentucky is doing pretty well herself In less than 12 months the individual r deposits in the national banks of Kentucky have increased from 39910 57570 to 4820246990 This is a gain of 829179428 The total resource have grown from 8965685032 to 95 67187655 This is an increase of 6 0150X023 The loans and discount have increased from 4668643044 to 5138814616 an increase of 4701 71572 CAPT RICHMOND HOBSON who sunk a ship and kissed a score or more of women is now being boomed for the democratic nomination for president Gov Hoch of Kansas would likely be t good presidential timber but as he has been caught up with kissing only one woman we suggest that he be giver second place on the ticket Meantiim he could be practicing for the whit house chair WM J BRYAN is a many sided man He spoke in Jerusalem at a special meeting held in tho Tabernacle by th Christian Missionary Alliance for 70 minutes with captivating eloquence on the life of Christ and His teachings a- ndjexpessed astonishment at the small proportion of Christians in America and Europe visiting the Bible land primarjFwill be held again to ocratic ticket and that at that election choice for Untied States Senator will be expressed The average politician will kick against it because it practi cally puts him out of business but it it the fairest manner yet decided on ti select a candidate THOUGH the gpension laws seem capable of catching them all 2 250 private pension bills have beer passed during the present session of Congress breaking all records And yet it is 41 years since the war closed POLITICAL Former Gov James E Boyd died at Omaha Neb Gov Hoch was nominated by the Kansas Republican Convention practically by acclamation Robert A Smith Democrat was elected Mayor of St Paul Minn oer Louis G Hoffman Republican Gov Higgins has appointed Otto Kelsey of Genessee Superintendent of Insurance for the State of New York Cyrus E Davis of Bloomfield was nominated for Congress by the Democrats of the Second Indiana district A meeting of prominent Democrats was held in Indianapolis to organize a movement to depose the present State Central Committee Democratic leaders are preparing for the next National campaign and are more sanguine of their partys success than they have been for a long timeJames C Dahlman Democrat was elected Mayor of Omaha by a pluralit of 2792 over Erastus A Benson R publican The entire Democratic city ticket was elected The New York Senate passed the bill providing for publicity of political campaign contributions and expenditures A slight typographical amendment requires concurrence by the as sembly The Senate after a long discussion agreed to take up the Railroad Rate Bill today and begin voting on tho amendments The general Impression is that a final vote will be reached within a week from that date It is understood that Senator Bailey of Texas has received an offer of 50 000 a year salary to represent a New York concern but that he willicontinu to represent Texas in the United State SenateRepresentative John Sharp Williams the leader of the minority of the Hous of Representatives who is conducting a general filibuster in that body to further a speedy report on the State hood Bill is not satisfied with the results he is producing and is getting ready for more drastic measures President Roosevelt will send a message to Congress today dealing with Commissioner Garfields report on the oil trust which waspresented The Presidents message will make forceful comments on tho result of the investigation and it is expected will contain a sharp arraignment of the methods of the oil trust The Georgia State Convention docsn propose to take any chances with tho rascals who vote in a primary and then bolt Among the rules laid down for the State primary to be held Aug ust 22 is this oneuThe official primary ballot shall have printed off it the following captionUBy voting this ticket I I am an Democrat and I hereb organizeDemocracy News comes from Lexington via Cincinnati that State Treasurer Henry W Bosworth will bo a candidate for go ernor although it came from Louisvill via the City the day before that he was a candidate for auditor The gentleman from is a might good man and capable of doing man but ve he will be miShbewould intervene and he couldnt hold but one Commissioners SaleLincoln Circuit Court tnrlerUrvIotdCotupuny et ill IMaln IIlh vsj K Canon ft al Ucfcnnnnt No Lien of Hal- elurauunnt ton Judgment of tho Ilncol ilrcult court rendered In the nlxiro style ictlon the undersigned mnster commission cr of raid onurt on MllNUAY MAY HIIO Between and 2 tI In front of tho court houc door In HtanfordKy sell lit public tutcry to the flune t and best bidder th real estate hereinafter described or no mud thereof a may be necessary to satisfy th iUius necessary to lw renllml herein The minx necessajy to realized from thus 1111 ire the Minis of H76 nnd Interest thervni lit six percent Snout Juno 10 1KU nnd tin otsof thin nctlon and tho further sum 01 tat Tho real estate mentioned U in Ilncoli ounty mid is lioundcd on the Norll hv tho funds of K W Carson Ada Clinton u II Carson James Carson on tho III lid o J H Murphy on tho West by the Lamia of Urs Mildred tin the south by tho Htanfon Hid Jlustoll lie turnpike Timo sale will bo on a credit of six month tad tho purchaser will lsi required to glv upprovet tcuritypnynbletoComrisuring Intern ut the rube of of Olllr cent annum ilnti of Mile untllllllhi- GEO D SAUFLEY 5t C L C C Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court K Dunn 1lalntllT vx Niinnlo White et al efondantK Not lev of Hale rursuiint to a Judgment of the Ilncoli circuit court rendered in obovo styled cllon at the February tonal Url the under Muster Commissioner of sold court vlllonMONDAY MAY II lilt ilKiut the hour of v In front of tin ourthouho door in Htiinford ll ut mbllc outcry to the blithest and IMi blddei till real estate herelnnfter described or M nueh thereof lu may to nulls fy the BUIIIS ndjndiied the plaintiff In tilt tic Ion towlt tlinluiwdlnlenstthcrconnl ho Intoofiircrrelllsr nnnum from No IliilKril costs of hUnctlon Tlwsnlilarcalustnle 1s sltunte In Lincoln county Ky on the waters of Dj liver and Is bounded us follows Itegb11iiti- gt a stake corner to island and lamllton thence N tA W crooning tho river oastako VI1UI pole thence down tin uink of the river X a F13 pole N illW UHKilesH m W lUHKiu i ton spike In till ank of now hit H itA 1a110J101ttnnihilceaeross the fiver In an outside line Nt i K 010 poles to stake In the road thetico N K 310 polls to the iHgtnnlng containing about U urTh solo will bo mado on n credit of Kin hunt liiiinil thl will lei required o glvn bond for tho purchato price with a p irovttl iHTbonal security Juiyiililn to thi ominlK loncr lienrliiR Interest nt tin iilo of tl cent isr nnnum from date of Iii until add A lien will bo retained on thl land to further secure the payment of tho purchase price and the IKIIK will hun tho effect of a Judgment UIHH which execution may Issuij If not pnld nt niturlty GEO B SAUFLEY M C L Oi C Postmaster Robbed v G W Fouts Postmaster at River ton Iai nearly lost his life and was robbed of all comfort according to his letter which says For 20 years I had chronic liver complaint which led to such a severe case of jaundice that oven my finger nails turned yellow when my doctor prescribed Electric Bitters which cured mo and have kept mo well for 11 years Sure cure for Biliousness Neuralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derangements A wonderful Tonic At Pennys Drug Store Stan ford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard CO cents 0rIoJt C enC C en a oD 0S a v CSCD3 J en JI QJQ 4 3 a= oiJ a- ZII ri osu en 0 1 i iiyg v 3- o 3 SCb d= N t00 Ig oaJ14 KENTUCKY SQUIRREL Combined ttalllon rI old a IxiuiUfn lily ono white fool in hands hl h hlllhI action fclio nnd brrnllnii which ties hlllllo tank with the ln IKIIKIKKI EHlrtrl by Wood H iulrrel ht dam by The Klntfn son of Hllver King hi li Htonewnll lu- gbleblircothowflorcutldnnl by the tnnr ouoI hwiuirn1 tired by lllark Hqulrrel lV ho by lilacl Kngle H he by King Ir Jam by lilt Etlgel the dnut of Kaule lltrd In by Htnr Kngle the ixito11of ToulwllV UX Ington dam Maud V No rti by IHilani ralnuiT 3d iii Kllle pnmtum Middle mare by VnnMeter Waxy b Ikrthune lull brother to the race hone Ixxlniiton iHitt out of Alice Cnrneal Hllver King was by On Timeami out of n inaro tiyCnlibell tfoslnii ton Thn King wan ate hone and will- bnd Kentucky Hqulrrel will MTVI mnrei ut col- tlitNUYJi31binckackS yenrt old 15y bund hlith welRhn llaiiioumu 1UINOK IltHIIIK black lack hnnd nnd ono Inch high muting thre1 your old this tipring wclgh1101 wnulnrl by HlnckOlouil he hy Kecne All of UK ohiOrutoek will mako the HMIMIII of lIu lit my farm one mule Iron Htlllllonlion tht Crab Orchnnl A Htanfonl Ingthokcrvlcoof thUitubloof Mock to the public I do sot he lliilo to miy that I believe Ire BxxliiH any Kentucky llotli of theno Jack will tervoinare nt iiu to In n coi- lTrndingnumtorfeltsthelnumnce No responsibility for neeldents- v II lUUlKUAll llowliind Ky LINCOLN SQUIRREL Shed bay black point 15Th hand high heavy mane and tall ood back with long craney tapering ntckwell aet in high mount ed thoulden a combined boro head and car on him a model under halter wonder ful style in Karnes a how hone sure be a aafle horse with five distinct gaIts fat acting rucker good la two walk and nice loper very posltlv in bin trot under caddie and In borne great all around action a required for an upto date sire of high price sale horses for addle or harnecs be- a ure enough harness horse graceful stylish and taut Lincoln Squirrel walred- by Marlon Squirrel 808 by old if gqulr rel 138 be by Black Eagle 74 he by King William 67 Marlon ulrroli lit dam Green Mountain 20 dam by Uugea Edwin 1oreot Llncon Squirrels lit dam Kate McCalliter Messenger UreezK a full brother to Maude Messenger record 218 Sd dam Maria Depoe br Mambrlno Stat light n full brother to Lady Thorn 2tI4 3rd dam Mollle Grow Helms Yorkshire thoroughbred Hlackfqulrrel Jail grand lire II the lire of more noted horses than any other horse In the world such a Highland Denmark jbester Dare and Red FqulrreU Lincoln Squirrel will bo allowed to serve a few good mares the season of 1009 at Hearer tiros livery barn at 812 50 to Insure a living colt Phone S J U HEAZLEY Stanford Ky D4 W 0 ffoiU H L3J WHITEST tE Rk 1 PURITY GUARANTEED Splits SplitsSP- LITS What Is Splits Find Out Get n bottle oj Whites Diamond Brand Splits Made from Epsom Water Carbonated easyTrysale at Drug Stores Soda Fountains Cafes and Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Whites C C Water Company Inc Crab Orchard Ky NOTICE I will until May 11 cit sell fatally tlrhlI gee to ace Olympian water nt II month for 3 end will to sumo irate tlellnr Mimo water to ixilnti where Silo not him 10 RnllulTryII K D No llox 82 Hustonvllle Ky Old Crab Orchard Distillery Whisky Direct from Dlttlltrrr Anyiiunntltr not tie Jueor Hrrel ft f2SU f3 gh Order by null promptly hipped OLD CRAB OltOHAUD DISTILLERY Oppotlte Depot Crub Orchard Ky A S PRICESu- rgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over JIcRobcrU Drug Store in the Owtlcy Building Waynesburo Marble and Gra Itt Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Dcnlcr In and Manufacturer Granite Monuments Marble IlalmMl Uittors n eolnll OlllcA nnd work WnyiiuiburB Ky itHPadgettAgl Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky Wo nro prepared to write Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado And solicit till business of the citizens 01 the nit Und None but the best cong tea represented Dlico with Crab Orchard Balking Co Have 1 talk with us your In surnnco of renewing old policies llst your property with us und we sell for youciinrging you only n small per cnt ASHLAND BROOK NoUTM Vol ITtT II IL bud by KiiRcne Huck er Georgetown Ky Ashland book Will wild lutt kotld lay with left hInd fool highIrDloHPr II rook J o 5lnrgatlath1tatortlltliohleBrook ily hlellbrtok2t17Junnia brook l4 zIT Klllott Htone 9lv t Ijidy Ilrook ill 2Jlatoll HunnlnK Brook J Hllent IIrl1Hired No tW tho tiro of lIrch light JMit1 DrlKbtllRht 2aefli and VIIIJIII 207 DnrkulghtIntl by Alcyone No btl record 227 Aililand Brooks lit unto lIuDl Wren by Aihlnnd Wllkeixnil reconl Jill the lire of John It Gentry MOH Hally To ler 2lcP1Aahlnnd Wllke ilred by 1t1 leor e Wllkei nero dllmlHldtIollroo Lilly by 1rcUmler ll tlrd dllu NOTICAalllnn Brook II handliOllltl rd low with lots of substance ti bald w wlthloliofgxrditylenndnetinThis boric Anhlnnd Brook will ervonewoi side mares thli CIIMII lit 115 to Insure n II colt Will nlM ntnnd the great iniilo and Jem Jack Hilly Kwne Ht 110 for miiren iinrt U for Jenntls to IIUDI n hying colt IIII1J Kveno win tired by Tom Keene lut dam hi the rulrrmo dnm by Ievl llubb- hIrlncethulrwofJoe Blnckburn and Hr nolln Hilly Keen itnndu full 14 IIIIIK blnck with whlto Joint und ni brintler umurpiiKMd in mull or Jennet Jnck IIlaloll nlwnyn brliiKltiR tho hluheit price Mm trndwlportitl with or bred elitowhero lur flta the Iniuranco nnd 1110007Ironioe dll at the time of Much tniniuctlon KING EAGLE N tYtI VolflA HH It KInK KiiRlols himl1 high dunk bny with flowing menu nnd tall nil the gluts with plenty of IIII Ilthinduction lKiiiOKKKHlred by lloyal King S5M lit hv Oil Tlua71A hu by Ionwnll JOIOII- ii lloyal King lit dRill Mollli Mount SMI wits by thin noted sire OnbUIIV Uxln ton K KIiiK Kaulei lot diim Hip Iiltholiy Knulolllrd bo by Old King pIe7GiJo1 dam by Rod Lion lira dnm h JlHrrli IXunnirk hi by Antlers IKnmni 45 thoroughbredoThKing n breeder of line colored nnd coltsnhlhaving plenty of situ nullueliot hi Colts will show for themielve Kin Kaglo will innkt tho present reanon of IIU nt our itnhlc two nnd onohnlf mllei WIof Htnnfordon the Hhelby City pike nt tho low coltillalso Jill Keene lred by tliitinat Hilly Keene Kin ilom by the Imp John Wellnfwcontldmn lleeeher Jim Keene lBi hnnilii high JIItJIOJCIItllFull for SIK Jim KIno will nerve iniireii lla to Insure n living colt For further iMirtleulan call on or nddrei HT I1AH1UHV HUHT WOOD- H1honoj ItliiffS Ktnnforil Ky REDREXCombined Mnlllnii3yonroldboiiullfiil ant eljthreo whlto fevt ImiKMnnd one hurl Illmiyie acllon nUo fwd breeding cult III ilm to rank with the IHH- I1KnifliiBK Hlrinl by Ilex 1eiivlne bo III Ilex McDonnld Hid dam by Kentucky Olili You luivo to cci this hone tonppreelate hill iiSito Incurs Thll homo will only lit nlloi lIllnllIIlrIIOYAJ lllldntrt Ktiillloi MMiutlful ea brownNyearnold biindi velKht 1Jnl pounds Ho Inn lino well nn lured middle hors nnd n driver IKIIIOKKK lloyal Denmnrk Hired li Hack Ihivu he by Htonewall Jr ho by OI Uonitwiill 1st dam by Escort Al dam UIII IVnvlne Tits In u typo of the Hiiddl horse Unit fiiut iHeoniliiK extinct In Kei lucky Heo him and you will breed to hi tin In Insure IllTKK OK HirilMOKI Ho Is n lrow omblned utiilllun o lIrll old bund nil slsnhuru with plenty of land act In mil flnlili and n proved bretilerI- KiiKiiiKK Hired by Tom ovlnuton h iy MmlHT Jim Dnm by enenil uko o Insure JIM lOItTFItgrey lnckl5bnnllsnbtred er oillroltllllerll III blnek luck II hniuli lidhutto lniurcI- ItONH11EH black Jack in linnili rhlH n Imnoniul Htm style Jack and in xtra cood iniiloliickKlvliiK hUcoltiplent or stylo mid llnlxli Ito iii corn All of onlayestock will make thin fen of 1101 lit lily fiiriti ono Matte from Me Klllm on tho McKlnney A Mlddluburi JllkOlllllllllolTrlnl the sorvleen of thu iloof stuck to blhi do not heiUtat 1 allyingthat I Iwlluvo they uru good m nllv Aioney due tit all ensoc tit lttll Ibo nlxivi lock hell colt Is fouled or maro parted iikture furnUhiHl nt n ren onablo price All enro taken to prevent nccldentiir but not re fxinslblo Hhould any occur Anyone wishing for n further indlnreo 0- 1tho nlKivo stock can sccuro IIro by applying to U J ANYBODY l Can make Vests and Trousers but it takes an Artist years of experience to make a CoatIwith a close fitting collar the broad backs the perfect straighthanging front and that Broad Curved Shoulder like you see in a the pictures Few people can do this but you willfind it in o- urCriterion coats Try them on and see how much better they i shape your shoulders than other coats H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY PENNYS DRUG STORE BASE BALL SPECIAL Weve received a complete sample ase of Reachs Base Ball Gloves and Vlitts at a Special Price and we offer hem at 10 per cent under list while his lot lasts Heres your opportunity boys to lave money on a good glove PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Call nud get one of thcso If not satisfactory return it and get your mon f ey back Good for roust turkey ham etc Works on top of stove ns well in oven 17 o4 GEORGE H FARRIS fStanford Kentucky Be kind enough to remit us the r amount of your dues at this office r3s tt SUITSIn Manish Mixtures Pnnnnm and Scrge in Alice Blue Reseda Black sad Navy nt 81250 815 and 818 SilK and Wash Waists fho waists this season nro prettier than ever Plain colors in Taffeta WnieU nt 85 and 8050 Whitn and Ulack Hahutai Silk Waists nt 83 to 8050 Wash vnitis in Ilntistc and Lingerie Cloth with lace and embroil 60o to 8060 150 this ecnroni newest skirts in Black Grcnllll jifrynt at 83 to 810 Ir rTANFOItD Kv MAY 4 1000 r DELICIOUS Ico Cream Soda at Penny Drug Store 1 n PERSONALS s 4hilt W P TATE la Improving slowly DR C A Cox of Corbin was here with friends J M ALVERSON was In Louisville this week WARD Moouu of Crab Orchard Is In Louisville on business loins JASIP HOLDAM is with rcl Etativee at Crab Orchard J N SAUNDniw several days in Dell county huXhllt COLe J W GUEST of Crab Orchard if attending the Louisville races i MR A Annuls of Crab Orchard was hero Wednesday on business L CAIT J C LYNN is here from Frank fort with his family for a row days QLEILANII EASTLAND of Louisville is hero with friends for a taw days REV It U MAIIONY was In Louise villa this week on Insurance business Miss DESSIE SIOONAMOKK has been utho guest of MWs Pearl Campbell this CIEM SPALDINO of Lebanon was tho guest of his grandfather Col T P D S McKiNNEY of Lafollette Tenn was the gicst of Mr and Mrs W 0 Speed MR AND MRs JESSE CARIENTER of Hustonville spent Wednesday In Louis ville shopping BoRNto the wife of Mr FS Mc Clary Tuesday a ninepound glrl Effle Withers MRS ERNEST WARREN of Middles bore is with her parents Eld and Mrs Joseph BalloU MRS JAMES G CARPENTER Is In lou Isvlllc with her parents Mr and Mrs A G Huffman MISSES CLARA CoorER and Jennie Lynn spent several days In the West End with relatives MR DAVID PEPILES is quite sick aC the home of Mr Henry Anderson on East Main Srrcct MR AND MRS W MASON MORRIS and son of Crab Orchard spent never a days at Shelby CityIMR RicuARD G DENNY of Lincoln county came ycsterday to attend tho- races Louisville Times MESSRS J L BEAZLUY and George II Pruitt attended tho Embalmers meeting at Louisville this week MISSES ILA HOLDAM and Anne Bro naugh of Crab Orchard were visitors In the city ycsterdayAdvocate MR AT NUNNELLEY of Fort Worth Texas Is here with the home folks looking fat and squcy as ever MR WALTER HOPPER of this place will bo ono of the speakers at tho Cen tral University commencement exer cisesMESDAMES CURTIS COVER and Itobt White and Miss Mollie Brooks of Crab Orchard were hero Wednesday shopping MR W C PETTUS and family have moved Into tho house on Lower Main Street vacated by Mr E D Kennedys family Tilt Young Ladles Missionary So ciety will meet with Mrs II J Mc Roberts tomorrow afternoon at 230 I o dock MR J J CORNELISON came up from Louisville Tuesday to take ills father inlaw Mr W T Saunders who has been quite ill home with him MRS JOHN L DUNCAN stopped over with her parents Eld and Mrs Joseph Ballou while en route to her homo at Toledo 0 from a protracted visit to Florida MR AND MRS HORACE BROWN have mono to Stanford and Danvlll i for the summer and to visit Mrs Browns brother lion Harvey Helm Courier Journal MR AND Mnt B J BETHURUM have taken roomy at B Covers on Orchard street Samuel Lloyd Huey Is soda water dispenser at Porters drug store Somerset Journal DR J C BARKER and wife of Hus t tonville were in tho city today Mrs Alice Lusk and Mrs T J Robinson were hero from West Lincoln yester S day aunt Miss Miss BellleOGivenslof Ilustonville- were I hero yesterday Advocate Tim following attended tho Derby at Wednesday J l N Menefeo Jr JT V Gentry J F Holdam Sam Raines Geo B Cooper George D Weather lord W P Given Isaac Shelby Sam t Denny A BC Dinwiddie Judge W 1M Myers S J Tatem James and Les lie Reid l LOCALS SUMMER lap dusters at J C Mc Clarys PLANTS for sale EL Reinhart Stanford FRESH fish and Saturday Mrs W S JonesSNICE German millet seed for sale E T Pence FOR SALE Cloan stook dry goods und groceries This ofllce FOR ItENTCottaItO and garden Ap ply to L It Hughes Stanford 2t WANTEUA good blacksmith Write to B W Leigh Kldds Store ALL kinds of plants lettuce rad dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard 100 SUITS at half price at Cummins McClarys Investigate JUST received a lot ofthe gcnuin Virginia saddles J C McClary REV GEO 0 BARNES the famous evangelist Is holding a meeting in Dan villa FOR SAItPlanu allkinds and tho very best quality Bishop Lipps Hustonville JUlES GIVENS a respectable colored man of tho McKinney section died of consumption this week TIlE Stanford High School and C U baso ball teams will cross bats here tomorrow afternoon FOR RENT Tho storeroom on Lan caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office I WILL deliver the latter part of next week the books and scissors I sold to Stanford parties Elbert Young IT will pay you to get our prices on seeds and fertilizer before buying R II West Co Junction City Ky WOOL is bringing 30c pound In this county Breeches are going to come mighty high but we must have emFoR screen doors window screens wire cloth water coolers Ice cream freezers lawn mowers go to George H Farris LOST between Danvillo and Stanford a silver hand bag containing mon ey Keep money and return bag to this office Tim case against Mr James Pcpplcs in Judge Warrens court was continued till next Tuesday on account of absent witnesses DONT fail to hear Mr C M Gordon lecture at the Tumcrsvillc Christian church tonight at 730 oclock Sub ject Under the Southern Cross TilE Misses Cooley haveopened a dressmaking establishment over Christs church on Lancaster Street and cor dially invite the ladies of Stanford and vicinity to call and see them LADIES2 Low Shoes specialty with us We show unusual values and all styles and leathers VicI Gun Met al and Patent and are tho equal of any 260 shoes Severance Son MR E P WOODS agent for the American Hemp Co Lexington has bought in this county about 400000 pounds of hemp at from 160 to flSO lie has also purchased 500 acres of tho growing crop at Cc Tim weather goes from ono extreme to tho other The latter part of April was very dry and farmers had begun tolcel uneasy but May brought copious showers and tho prospects now are not very flattering for n happy medium IK you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concen trated Crab Orchard Water It will do the work For sale by W B McRob erts G L Penny W N Craig Stan lord and C W Adams J G Weather ford Co Hustonvillo J W Thompson Kingsvlllo MR M J FANNING theIrish tern icranco orator spoke hero yesterday at Waltons Opera House to a small au dience His audience last night was a good one Mr Fanning is a captivating as well as a very pleasing speaker An offering to the amount of 122 was subscribed for State work i ii I A Relief to the tired house wife or those who dislike to sew is the opportunity to buy ReadyMade Clothes This department of our store is growing all tho time and wo now have n good line of this seasons newest styles in SUitE Skirts Waits Wash Suits Wash Waists Ac The variety of our showing and the beauty of design and reasonableness of cost has been favorably com mented on by those who have seen themt GEORGE EALY suffered a mashed finger by letting a trunk fall on it No3 Qhadtocome around over tho L N tracks Tuesday night on account of a landslide near Somer set 150 TO Cincinnati and Sun day Train leaves depot at 5 A M j re turning it leaves 4th Street Station at 830 r Turn Stanford Water Light Ice Co will turn on the street lights to night but the store and residence lights wont be for a day or two I AM agent a boakcontaintn complete description of the San cljcp disaster Prices 160 and 2 W A Fowle Rowland BOUGHT A 1Mr James C Hayes of the East End has bough- the George Abrahams farm of 132 acres of Mrs Christina Grayson for2700 A our ngpeople attended a dance given by Miss Edna Camnltz dancing school at Alcorn Opera House Hustonville Wcdnesdu y night TilE L N will sell roundtrip tick eta to Louisville May 1 and 2 limited to May 30th at 110 also May 3d to 29th inclusive limited to three days from date of sale at 410 BROWN John G Brown died a his home near Bee Lick April 28 after an illness of ono week Ho was a Un- Ion soldier of the 1st Kentucky Cavalry and an humblo Christian being a member of Providence Christian church Rockcastle county Deceased was well liked by all who knew him Ho leaves- a wife and large family to mourn his loss He was laid to rest at Provideno church last Sunday after services by Rev K D Noakes A largo congre gation attended his burial May God bless and care for his beloved family Is the prayer of the writer K D N McALiSTER After an Illness lasting about six years Mrs Martha Bain Mc Mister passel away yesterday morning about 7 oclock at the home of W II Harris on Broadway where she had lived for several years Mrs McAlis ter was 76 years old and is survived by tho following children Messrs John McAlister of Oklahoma Wm lIh Alls tcr of Los Angeles Cal Joseph Mc Alister of Way Miss and Mesdames A E Hundley of Danville and W L Palmer of Orlando Fla Deceased was ploIveer counties He has been dead about 35 years Sho was a Miss Owsley before her marriage and a native of Lincoln Although an Invalid for many years she bore her affliction with a Christian spir it and was always cheerful Her life was earnest selfsacrificing and useful and all who knew her or came in con tact with her were greatly Impressed with her character which was one of unusual force The funeral services were conducted by Rev W L Dorgan of the Baptist church yesterday after noon at 130 oclock at tho homo of Mr Harris and the remains were taken to Stanford for interment in Buffalo cemetery Advocate Great Activity Is shown without any disagreeable nftereITlCtstby Dr Caldwolla laxative Syrup Pepsin In going to the sent of your trouble when you area victim of Constipation Biliousness Headache Indigestion Dizziness etc It gently but firmly drives out the poisons that aro causing your Illness mil braces up all your Internal organs to do their proper work Try it Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stan ford C W Adams Hustonville at 600 and 81 Money back If it falls Walker D Mines formerly first vice president of the Louisville Nashville railroad and for the last two years n member of the law firm of lumphrcy Mines Humphrey has been elected general counsel of tho Atchison Topekajnnd Santa Fo railroad at a salaryJJ of 25000 a year and will remove to New York at once Mo Goldcould not bring nsjmueb happiness to- M rs Luela Wilke of Caroline WIs as did one 25cbox Ilucklcns Arnica Salve when It completely cured a running sore onlher leg which had tortur ed her 23 long years Greatest anttsnp tic healer ofPiles Wounds and Sores 25c at Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard r Stomach Troubles Mrs Sue Martin an old and highly respected resident of Falsonla Miss was sick with stomach trouble for more than six months Chamberlains Stom uch and Liver Tablets cured her She nays I can now cat anything I want and am tho proudest woman In the world to find such a good medicine For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky LOOK I Dont buy your and Hummer hnl until you MO my tin of inilllniTv lIood stylesPricesg1rinchvrsyllle OS Ky Notice to Creditors I Lincoln Circuit Court N 16 Julys filth 1lnlntlfTn vs Clri rifertBrno ettdeccustti ltiiru ordered to nppenr Iwfo the umlrrtluiiol innMir rommUilomT one IronUlrHt Cliilin nut presented within the tint iiiunUontil will not In allowed GEO n SAUFLEY C L C C Notice I OKKICK COUNTY friKi HTANronti KT MAY 2 Tfie iwmlioritof the tinill court ore rt toimot In tlu count court root Thursday llne Id nt which tlniii the lip represelutlvvsofthcourtof theturiiplkesbythecoufnleturshndlook Inn user the brldgel and ItiK of pike for the viisulnu year These youtvnrloiiN turnlIK1I1II1 lilt the whu have roqueiitatl to meet with the court ou the Kith lust ILCwAIIHENJul- lgeNotice OFK1CK OOCNTT JUliO HTANroiiii KT MAY 2lw Tim sheriff will lnRln collectiiiK tnxe ulHiiit tune It unit nil a matter of Infornui tlon for till uveniwrs or dirt roiulu make this statement or thus r w l law which tin s IKVII In force suns March lit I quote Hftlou 1110 rclatliiB to the NUhjett The shut overseers shall exempt from wryly on Dtrlcs t from jxill tux for roll had Irrorlllfor such otfeiue until from t3 to fli The comiHiiratlon nnil the only roiniHiiMitloii ti a dirt raid overseer ix hU poll tux which III does nut pay in Iiilxir on the raid or In mon er nnil when the ulierlll ninkcM n rettlemen with the IlKCiil court he will In crixlltetl by the QXIIIIlloll Kl VAHUKSJmlge NOTICE Wv will on xviINEHUtY1INE GTil Ita- tier for suite our Mill at Ilurnnlile Ky This In n Holler Flouring illchhncity 40 IJarreln on the Nonlyke Mormon stutn mnchln cry nenrly new Thus Mill also counKtK of Holler Corn Mill nnd Feed Crusher cnpiiclt Bushels Meal iHTiliiyiuul will crush sn Itiuhel Ke il IKT In first class con illtlon ami Sit untiti un nillronil truck Hum side hilts it Ill hiit itll or ldIi Inhaliltiintii 111- 111thllthllllolllrlllllwllhlll nil lesOur re1 still for ielllngthUpniiMrty Ixowlni to our heiilth fiillliiK trnonedesirousofthlxkimat of proH rty would ilo well to investigate it null Ucnlni 1011 It IHIII operation win Mr MrKechnle will tike pltiiMirt In show Inn It to who Is Interested and will cud nt the Mill Immlrles liy mall will le lI KAHY- McKKCHNf K IJUdS Ilurn Iile Ky DORSY GOLDDUST712052 Full Brother to EsUllt28l9 J4 Sired by Zilcadi Golddust 400 by Gold dust ISO and he by Vermont Morgan Dcrsey Goldduffk grand dam on sires side was by the Imp Arabian Stallion Zilcadi Ills dam is Florence by Golden Minco Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan making him intensely inbred Morgan stal lion descending from Justen Morgan on both sides The best family of road horses ever known Dorsey Golddust is a dark dappled bay full 16 hands and weighs 1200 pounds a proven and uni form breeder of highclass road and Eas tern horses combining all the qualities for saddle and harness and are in demand at Both the ehmpion saddle and combined gelding of the American Horse Shows of 19045 Jack ODiamonds stands to his credit Ten of his colts sold recently for 810250 and 1500 was re fused for a walktrot mare by him His services are offered for less than any horse of his producing qualities in Ken tucky Will stand at my farm 23 miles from Stanford on the Hustonville pike al- tlzo to Insute a living colt V KEID Phone III Danville Ky ALMONT DARE Sired by DJDare NJ 192 A n U he Chester Dare 10 A S It be by Black Fqulrro 88 A 8 H be by flack Eagle A ti II It he by King William 07 A 8 II It First dam Foxa way Registered In Volumn 10 A T II R she by MambelnoA T U R tire of Geneva 201l H Mattie U 2I2 Quinine 8 228 and many others under 30 Abdallnh Mambrlno by Almont No 33 In T II R Id dam by Orlt Davis 8862 he by Bourbon Chief 3d dam Mattle Sby Foreign Light by Foreigner by Imp Olenco Foreign Light dam starlight by Cherokee Ilanior 4th dam by Cunningham Copperbottoml61h dam by Imp Uumrd For size style disposition and performance In harness and under saddle con Btdcrlng age und handling be has no superiors and but few equals Bee him and jou will like him Will also stand two extra mule Jacks Rood Individual and finely bred Service fee Almont Dare SIS Insurance Limited to a row maret jacks Dob Tark Ington flO Insurances limited Victor Hugo Jr Victor lingo J8 Two and onehalf mllciilouthweitof HUS tonvlllo on iiuitonvllle Liberty pike Trading or breeding elsewhere renders sea son due E B POWELL SON He c Muslin Underwear 3Wo arc showing the best made line of Skirts Gowns Drawers and Corset Covers made in this country Special values in erfinple corset covers o A FLYER o40 dozen Indies long sleavc Vests and Lace Trimmed Pants in very elastic ribbed lisle for early Spring wear Ucal value 35 our price 25c for all size 32 to AMERICAN LADY CORSETS in the short or long shapes to suit all J figures SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY Special Sale of 100 i i Meis Suits at Half i Price i o 1 We have decided to free our stock 1 ofall but this seasons goods to do so we cut the price in two 15 Suits for 750 10 Suits for 5cSizes 33 to 44 Summer weights Splendid Qualities Now is your i opportunity to save money CCUMMINSMCLARY 1- lt s4 whlwr T 1 ir R kR S i i Rust Proof Corsets Ev 1 ery Pair Guaranteed All Styles and Sizes Price IJL M HUBY CO n Dry Goods Notions Shoes i 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House V STANFORD KENTUCKY t s e LThe Interior Journal nttredintl Puat O lice at Stanford ttccnddati matter- ODLIS1taD TUESUAVS AND FHIDAX AT 100 PER YEAR CASt IWWheD not paid 1100 will be charge Strawberry Plants For Sales 1 bRO tho following varieties of Htniw l Plants for unit Huverlnml Hubnck finncVtJeMlptllonMary llrlln wln IIml other varieties per II per 1000 I RIM have or dozen plRiOns that I wll sell cbenp If nil lire tnken JOIINHOX Xlngsvlllo Ky INSURANCEt WindStorm Life and fcclilentNonelmt tho 8TnO OK8T and d LowestPos Bible Rates Guaranteed Lose rnylngiltec 6rdUnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and nttlvt brad Ytu CM sti them by cilllnf rins I G Fox Livery Fled I Salt Stable DanvllU Ky BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce sir Oarter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOBD KT Special attention to Commercial Men z Your patronage is eolicited Morse on commission I heck Pena In Connection t New Hustonville Firm P Having bought of McCormack A Peacock thrlr Oroccrlus Ilurdwure etc wo solicit n share or the pntronitga of tne Peet End peo If We pnlso have connsctlou n Dully btea Olarket and Lunch Uounter We will ny good butcher stun nt highest market flee and having n splendid ale It cutter we Dlfnrnlal1 you with the best We also buy all hind of country produce r KytGive Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy readymade clothing when there little difference In the price of high- radereadynutdeeultiandasuit mnde to Tour measurement taken an tailor I have a handsome line HprlnR nnd summer goods I can stake trout a low price- buiineseaultto the fluent dress suit Also cvcrcoiits trousers nnd fancy vest The tompuny I represent Is one of tho best H C RUPLEY the Tailor 1a171 TraytDIALIB III Inl5K Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc CarptaHou STANFORD KY 0101 to Depot stttntlon Nothing LlbbIS PrMItalldr1II cr ttltznpl order rtcilTt straiptstteotlon Attention Farmers I S I have just received a car load or 30 tons of i The Old Homestead Fer- tilizeri It has n uirrld wide reputation is un excelled ns a crop producer It sells cat its merits For tho lands sake givoit n trial E W GRKUUITOX KingsvilleKy es 1tCeaTt Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HaruessSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 107 Home Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo n unu UndertaKera and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur aiture MattiugaRup They irill exchange for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices RigKt STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 tY 4 y FARMERS DEPARTMENT- A W Carpenter sold to E W 48 150pound hogs nt 5Jc JonesI M S Baughman sold to it Mr vall of Kansas City a four yearold jack for 350 Wanted to buy tho seasons of 25 or 30 mares Will breed to jacks M S Baughman Stanford Fox Sanders Co sold to J Stern Co of New York between 500 and 1190pound cattle at 5c FOR SALE Thoroughbred Berkshire and half Poland China ReadyI for service M D Elmore Stanford J K Baughman of the West End sold to Mr Duvall of Kansas City two jacks for 550 and a couple of jennets for 160 Fort SALE Three large smooth mules two of them mares Ages ono three and two fours A 0 Low Somerset Ky Cheered on by thousands who had backed him with their dollars Sir Huon the favorite won the Derby Wednesday at Louisville in the easiest kind of style Lady Navarre was second and her stable companion Jam Reddick third Hyperion and Debnr also ran Jockey Troxler who rode the winner said it was easy for Sir Huon He was never extended I am delighted to win tho Kentucky Derby It is the greates went in my life The winner is the greatest horse I have ever ridden CHURCH MATTERS Rev L M Omer will preach at Hubble church Sunday afternoon at 245 o lockThe general conference of the Meth odist Episcopal Church South convened in Birmingham Ala Rev Gifford Gordon will preach at the Turnersville Christian church next Sunday instead of the second Sunday Zionists of Louisville are appealing for more prompt payment of dues by local societies urging the great needi offundsAt Tabernacle in Zion City John Alexander Dowie addressed an udience of 2500 people He was clad In regal robes and upon his head was n irban of marvelous pattern The lfstyled First Apostle hurled defiance t his accusers and bade them stand be fore him Violets Sweet sweet scentedviolets odoriferous breath of Spring Tell the world to rejoice And listen to the blue birds singI Teach us your language Sweet Violet Tell us the secrets you know Tell of the vows youve heard spoken As sott as the breezes that blow Oh sweet sweet scented violet Reflection of the sky aboveIEmblem of the true nnd the truest Tokens of the purest love Violets thou nrt surely rom heaven This worldcant call thee her own Thou art of a fairer and better world Heaven is surely thy home Thee sweet violet grim winter Sends as loves token to spring Telling her as he is dying isJove sweet violets doth bring Tell Oh tell me sweet violet As thou on a lover were pinned Of vows the lover was speaking Of eyes that bid grown teardimmed Now dear violet I leave you And I pray of you do not grieve And only one thing I request you- Me you will only believe GC Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years of Torture For more than 20 years Mr J B Masse of 3322 Clinton St Minneap oIls Minn was tortured by sciatica rho pain and sufTerlngxvhich be Indur ed during this time is beyond comprehension Nothing gave him any per mnnent relief until ho used Chamber Inlns Pain Balm One application of- that liniment relieved the pain and mndo sleep and rest possible and less- than one bottle hag a penna nent cure If tro lJledwith sciatica or rheumatism why not try a 23 cent bottle of Pain Balm and see for our- lielf how quickly It relieves the pain For sale by Dr W N Craig the populnr druggist at Stanford Iho BishopCould you assist our church to send a missionary to China sir The MillionaireWell I cant afford to just now Ive just had to spend 90000 bribing the Legislature yo- uknowJudge Miserable Conditions Of body and mind always result from 1 torpid liver which leads to bile Iloisons being absorbed Intotbo blood uml poisoning all the nerves and tissues This dreadful state some of- tbo symptoms of which are headache bitter taste nausea lack of appetite yeUol complexion constipation ete- can bo quickly cured by taking Dr ildwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It relieves the strain on your liver relaxes the tightened bowels purifies the blood strengthens tho stomach and makes It as clean as a whistle The result is perfect health amd freedom from pain and discomfort Try it- SoltI by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams Hustonvlllo at o and 21 Money back If It falls a a w SURPRISE HAWK fine black Jack 13X hands blgh IRxtra5years old will make the season of our stable IK mlles East of lIuston near Stanford Jc nustonvllla a 111 for jennets and f 10 tor mares to 10lure a living colt BTIOAIL naps- Moreland KT DARE ALL 2O8The combined stallion will snake a limited season 1906 at Lawn Mere Stock 2y4 miles west of Hustonville Kv on cbo Bradfordsville Hustonville pike ncar Carpenters Station at 15 to Insure Llv In Colt Mares traded or parted with forfeits insurance and money becomes due at time of such transaction Lien retalnClton colt till season is paid Mares grazed at 250 a month Grain fed if desired at reasonable rates Dills must be paid- fore be removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive my personal attention but I will not be responsible for accidents or escapesDtsCRiPTIONFoaled in 1902 i5l bands with one front and rrar be1utrwithsloping shoulders and with great as one would expect from reading his pedl gree Good bone fine feet and legs wonderful stamina Attractive by halter under saddle and in harness with that graceful movement that belongs to him by inheritance from a long line of the most fatuous ancestry of saddle horses the world has ever produced- PEn141168Sired by iity Dare No toss Vol 5 A S It H he by Chester Dare 10 be by Black Squirrel JS he by Black Eagle 74 he King William 67 he by Washington Denmark 64 he by Gaines Denmark 61 he by Denmark FS 1st dam Fannie Mc 2739 by Red Squirrel S3 2nd dam Mollie Good by King am 67 3rd dam by Devenports Oliver Th Dignitys ist dam by 66i A T H Ro be by William Welcr he by Hysdiks Hambletonian 2nd dam by Abdallah Messenger 3rd dam by Gills VermontREMARKSIn offering the services of Dare All to the public I take occasion to state without presumption that I hao been a breeder and of fancy sad lie horses for 25 years and experience bu taught me to know and appreciate a high lass one Dare All is the result of careful painstaking breeding and comes as natural esult mating tht very best mares with the foremost stallions the State has a fiord xi Carrying about 25 per cent of KiDg William blood a greater per cent than any stallion in service in the State King William being regarded as proeral lent for fancy saddle and harness horses Daro All sired by the now coming fsniou Dignity Date he in turn by Chester Dare allowing a long list of sires every one great show horse out of mares that were equally as famous as show mares and his dam Fannie Mc the greatest show mare ever owned having refused erooo1or her I think entitles him to the careful consideration of all prospective breeders He is now just being started to the saddle king to the gaits as quick and handy as any I ever handled I he will be a grand show horse when finished See him before booking your mares C C CARPENTER hone in residence Hustonville Exchange Antecarlo 226 l2tMade over Versailles track in winning race Sired by Anteo 216 12 that sold for 5oooo at public tale First dam Mary Ann by Hailstorm 813 son of Marabrin atchen These two crosses produce Tbe Abbot 203 14 chain ion trotting gelding of the world 2rfd damby Independence son of Andrew Jackson Inde endences dam by American Star the American Star and Andrew Jackson blood Is responsible for Cresceus 204 14tllta- mpion trotting stallion of the world You set two top crosses are ssponsiblo for the fastest gelding IwO next crosses are responsible for the faster stallion Then you see ho is better bred Ihan either of them for be has the blocx of both Antecarlo is a solid brown horse IS 34 hands high weighing 1170 pounds fiDe style and action Will stand at in to insure a living colt BUCK VARNON Dlack Jack with white points 5 year old 151 hands high Fine breeder and great individual A jack of Tine bone andI Lion Will stand at 810 to insure a ing colt We will also staud the young jack ABRAN 3rd at 3 to insure a colt He was sired by Ahran 2nd and ho by an imported jack bran 3rds first dam by Velocipede 2nd- dam by Imp Palermo 3rd dam by lorengo Mammoth Lien retained on- colts for season money forfeitsinsurancebred to other horses and makes season money due Allwill stand at my farm on Somerset pike four miles from Stanford Mares grazedat 12 per month Care taken 10 prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur- WILLIAM M FIELDS Stanford Jy THE WARFIELD Trial 224 Trotting Dark bay stallion 15 hands foaled August 1901 bred by Village Farm Hast Aurora New York Sired by Dare Devil 24828 record 209 sire cf The Beau Ideal 2153 Son of Mambrino King 1279 sire of Lord Derby Nightingale Metallas The Questor Iord March Lad of the Ianor heirat Law King Charles Mock Ing Boy Mercees all with records under 208i First Dam Naughty Girl by Rex mericus 23200 2nd dam Duerma by ambrino King 1279 3rd dam Dotlet by utwood Goo 4th dam Topaz by Strath more 6th dam Millard by Albion 6th- dam Ned by Edwin Forest 7th dam Lady Turner by Mambrino Chief The Warfield was worked only 90 days last season and showed a 224 clip over half mile track Ho is sound good head cd good gaiteJ good wind good feet and- legs and kind and easy to handle in hay nes one that will stay andtrot all day He will make the present season at our farm near McKinney at t5 to insure IIviDg colt- Mares traded oil or bred to another horse forfeits insurance and makes season money duo Lien Retained on Colts Until Season is Paid We will also stand the imported jack CONQUEROR At 3 to insure a living colt He is 4 years- old i5 hands high black withwhite lints line butte and action and a great dividual Youshould see this tine jack before yon breed S MO WENS SON McKinney Ky For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated Just outside of town limits oo the Somerset T kitchen and ser aliineceslarythe yard one for J P IUILRY JOHN BEECHER lank Jnck with white llOllIt t hands high hus himself it tftKxl iiiulo Jnck by Ilubhlea liowhor lt iliun n lllnokllnwfc Jennet Is nsRootl stock or tint kind us enu In limit Will innki Ito of HIM nt my place ut fruitto Ituunt n living colt J II NwolF HAVE YOUU colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orchard Ky the well known oas trator of horses and horso doctor Phone In Residence 4 NAPOLEON Illnck lIeI hands blRh Was dad by TIIrkll11lon Xnpoleoli ht ilnm by tIInok o who win n son citMt1gn11sIii- ho by Pvterlilack JIIIk Y1 dnm by 101 Wood Will serve innrv nt 110 to Imurw II living colt Trndlig the miniw forfeits UII Insurance Non n n ror necklen K IVWOOlWHtimfonlKy BLACK HAWK hnnts Mack with white points will bo yenrsoUl Jun 2S Will stand nt ft for IIIlIr1 to Insure llvlns cults nntl Jennets fur selli Ht tune prlw Will nlM tuml tho Jim ISnterJiick IK1 TON years old IS hnml wvlih JUI ix umls nod nn extra nuiln Jnck TllnO cm have nil town hays blllcka 11miiiredurreti to Insure n cult Also two Ollllit Jacks coming 1 yeiir wilt servo n limited niimlwr of uetillo innn free II II KING Morelnnd Ky HUMMER JR hay stallion iSyi hands a good Indlvldu with abundant speed lie ls by llummc BUS slroof Ilonaccr 209 Stately 3 Spslpeen SitJK l Mon talaeer 3ilJ 8pee lon3I9U In 1130 Hummer 1111 Is a son of the renown Electioneer and save one Is the only aon of Electioneer living that Is out of a Ooorle Wilkes mare and with the exception of Arlon Is the only son standing In Kentucky that has a 300 performer to bis Bred Hummer Jr1 dam Is Xulma by tho gre i Lord Russell dam Oodltra by Auditor 77J HAPSBURG 509 Greet eoach salllon 181 hands high Imp Gloater and cut of a mare by Woods tal BOZAoy one wishing a very high red breed on standard bred lDaRI for getting style speed and action shout see this hon- eJESSE ALVERSON Shetland Pony Floe Individual good breeder style and action All of these hones will stand at 110 to ID lure a colt VIUa1sostandtnytwoJaeksatltO to In ore mares and 110 by season frui April to July for Jennet Uarus trued at 1250JlOr month which In all cases tonal they are removed Care taken to prevent accident but not responsible tiny oven Mares traded or with makes seaso money due J K IIAUOHMAN Hustonville Ky GALTON 12910 Sired by Oambetl Wilkes 4i9f with 101 wltb records from 2 to 2 30 claimed to be tile greatest sire In the world Ist dam fishy Field fcramlam of 3 wltb record from 3 IJ Is 3 by 2V Ire of In S 30 and dams of 00 In 3 30 or tetter 2nd dam Quickstep br Kentuck prince Jr sire of J Q SITU Lelnonai 3H and the dams ot IS In tho 3 30 list dam by Old Joe sire of the dam of J Q I17V4 Oalton carries the blood of four leadlni families iUmbletonlan Wilkes JUlnbrl rind Vhllli and Seeleya American Star Gallon Is a dark bay I5X hands breed urge One style action nod Only of hU colts have been handled her speed a boil time one took a mark of 39 tliO er five worked trial from S is to 3 30 Ill colt have gone against and defeated the belt In the harness classes and roadste rinK one of hla colts bat tog won a 175 pre slum at the llustonvlllH fair over the lieu Comment Is unnecessary as tie 110 well known having made all of Ids season at my place 13 In all Gallon will stand at stable 2 mile wet of Huttonvlllo on llrailfordivlllo pill- ed 110 to Insure a living colt Money duo If Into Is traced after being bred Grass aJ ler Slay lit at 210 per month Phone In residence W M noun Ilustonvllle Ky OLDDUST NABOTH llv K KclilV lhirwv Uolililntt 1t dons li lv IJaiiiiliiiiiinN NiiUith Jililain liy Hull if Oar Tlnu Sn1 duns hy nitlitrnsl son or nlll s Viinniiiit llh iliun n Whlpp nit IIIHIT Is li red rrel thrvoy Uld line styli mina mid form will serve it Ilinltnl IIUI- IIIr of iniinii nt rIp intlrt roll lllrK KYK tNI il Htuthuul tnl Ion by IluiiilltyV Illiio Rye itu Idiiil In size turns type and nynutry will serve Imltetl iiiiinlHTof miirct nt r to lists rt MV 011 lint liHMlM liiik KXOKIJ4IMII will iniirkliiKii recently iHiimlt fnitu tht lick bent of Sir Hhelliy TevU with n rvtf itvntl Millurf will ulMi serve n llinlttH uiiilnT of niiirii lit ts to Inmiro it roll MUM nt JJd IHT month cnn kiss to tiriViiitiicilltiitM lint Slut reIsnl- Ile should liny occur INlrll wltl or triulc l or lin l elsewhere for elte the In unincu not 101111 Ana sit flu Linn or traniuictloii Alhd will Ire ntnliivtl Oil oils until NPiiiiin N pd My RHteriil Hhiirthorii hornlcs hull will MlilHl lit 2Jll Ciidll III uilviilUt racy hull will ntttnil at Fun liimli In ail ace JllltNIIOAItlKNTKU O trith orchard Ky Twoami outhalf inllcn Mouth of Cruli Or hanloil tlu Iliiipiiolid lup fi Ottfiihclni Illkl NABOTH By Naboth bay fouryearsold and a much liner horse than his slreso wellknow 10 this purt of the State as u breeder or teed style and durability Dam Nora No- rtbvNoval2tt4i a son of Klcctlonec 125 Nora Norval first dam by Metrapall tan son of Ilambletonlan 10 slru of Jon Mlkos nnd Electioneer 2il dam Mum Imo gurllghti 3rd dam by Oliver 4th dan lIy Wagner llh dAm hy Imp TrunbVl etc dam by Thornton Rattler A splendid In Ivlduul with a pedigree as tie as any mea Stands 16i high nod weighs t200 pound VIII make the Ben son nt It 0 Pettu near 1reitcbersvlller at to Insure a living colt Money due whoo mam Istraded or parted with or bred to another horso The black JacK J K BAUGHMAN will make the lasonatthosamopWoutSIO to Insure u IIvlllg colt lie U 16 and has roveu a good breeder Marcs grazed at 12110 per month which casesall roust paid before they are roo taken to prevent accldnntsy but not uponslble any occur J J R 0 IPLTTU- SPreacbersvllle Ky 4 Good Clothes Dontt Make a Man I 4 hart they are the entering wedge into burincM null society Wo can clothe you 0 compel consideration then its to you to make good Look over our our final decision Wo are all tho new patternsiTITLE PerkinsCrab Orchard tl ATIC tl At 11260 to Insure n living colt Out of n sUtor to Fire Clay 230 Bay colt Trotter Foaled liK3 tired by Lister Wlthcnpoon Veraalllea Standard I Ellctioneorl2Ilamlltoalaa 10 Arlon 18000 4 Sire of Arlon I Green Mountain 1 Hecord 2071 207 Sunpl Maid darn of 0 slro of 2Oklalo Alto In 230 203t 2OS157otbor 213S8n 141 NicoJ lunettcjNutwood Iteeord218I- lot 000 Elision Data of Arlon Entbletn 21i Nanlta 2071 Oro Finu 2171 CnptHntT 218 etc- ShawimiUKlt Harry t5 211 0 others Rec ord29- and1 dam of Sa llccord22tJHtra Heroine die Mao 32111 of 0 nnd dams by Hambletonian winner of 1U03 of 4 standard 1- 0CuylerKy Puturlt 10- 0IlenrlettaMarla lencdcltj Emma Artoburn Sister of Fire Dam of Flro by Mnmbrluo Clay 230 Clay 230 grand Pntchen 63 dam of llurrl ctta 2001 tilt dour Junnla JolitiMin lir Mt Owen IhhnotlIrIIllIl tliiin of lUllo Isle JS S liy WiiKiuridtti tans lluttcrOy by Rum- pIertrthenniJfurtnbylu11lluunntiathduos fnrl nv Kiitnuiuaht Will dons by pup Janus OWNKUS STATUIIWT Allc ttomuH from tine of tho stoutest families In tho trotting register one that gave the trotting turf that sensational race mare Harrictta 2011 tho Transylvania winner of 1SW This colt Is n good one and must bo seen to bo apprculaled OurgrentyoungstallioaALMONT WILKES will lw allowed to servo a mares at SlW This beauty Is by Gam 1 etttt Wilkes dam Annie H tho Bunt of threo with records letter than 220 Will also stand the splendid jack BEN BRIGHT at 18 to Insure a living colt He Is yoir8oMi lit hands large bono and great style Mct AIITY A CO Stanford Ky DOOK Ge YHhftlnncl on7 yiurs olclCM Incho lull own ii hy Iliiuli Ittld Kiwtir will tnnko lit niDiiHt Jill to liimm u uvula colt lit u liy mi liiiK rl il jKiny tlmt cast HAW In th Hliutlnnd luliiiiils anti In rt Kunli il liy liorcim n n the Ist pay In KcnttiokyiUfcntlna Unsfill colt until U hi a sunklfim tr rII HOMEYou uro now planning BUILDERSyour house to build this season II Dont forget these facts about Tin Hooting FIRE I FIRE I FIRE I you know tho feeling thc o words give n If you have n tin root there will ho IDoof fire at youMiouee When you thlllkItO llroperlI it will last it is the cheapest nnd heat to cousult mo and get prices before you IyourlOOS HALDRWCE I I Depot Street Stanford KII ra S S a r ofmot r EGGS EGGS EGGS Hllver Ijico Vyniulottti andlllnekLongsbnuat17orsetting of eggs tree Irfincnstcr or Urals Orvhnru Those Inter ested are Invited to visit my puns and see my stock Mrs View Poultry Farm lrenehersvillnky Ogdensburg8787 Record 2t2sK Trial 282 Jly Mambrino Iutchen will mike the season of 1001 at my farm lit 110 to Inure a living colt lie Is a tine Individual and has abundant style speed and action Ho has proven himself a grout breeder his colts being kind that soil readilY for big pricewlllalso stand three tine jack l two At 110 and one ut lid to Insure a living colt See my stock boforu you breed M8 BAUQUMAN Stanford Ky y a Clmnirt HAIR PARK and Iromatrt a luiuilmt ftSIllrwtr PM to Hlr to Iti IMwlllii INSURANCE Place your hu iucsa in the oldest nIl strongest company in tho world Sea and talk with K SI Nowland who will show you tho policy best ailaptcd to your ago and circumstances Claims paid prompt Dividends paid annually or 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