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Pi = THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 2 1907 NO9 Jr CHURCH MATTERS The meeting nt the Methodist church continues to draw immense crowds It I will probably continuo through this J Q Montgomery left Tuesday for a months stay In Oklahoma itnd Texas whoro ho will do protracted t meeting work Liberty NOWB Asbury College had last term 23 students from England Japan and 23 States of the Union these CO students wore preparing for tho ministry Rov Sam llctts known throughout Eastern Kentucky and West Virginia tis the was called from his boarding house at Davy Uoyd county and almost boatnn to death A suit against him for breach of promlao nndacduction had been flied The Ladles Committee of tho Young Mens Christian Awoclatlon of Harrods I burg has resorted to a novi1 method of raising thu 1000 pledged by thorn to the fund for tho of n Y M u A building They naked the house keepers ofthe county to contribute nil eggs laid on Easter Sunday or their equivalent in cash Clear complexion bright oyojaar good dlJQ8 lon como from using Mlo an stomach tablets Money book If tho full to give satisfaction This U tho way O L Ienny soils tho- rnCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court tI IO0llo11nJ I1Ht K nl IhfimliiuU AuilruOfrn- l1urulutruludgIIDnloflbI4iwoln Cir cult Court rondrrnl Hi tlwl MJwrinl January leanuuiivrMgnni Slnit r Uoliiiii hnirr willon MONDAY Alllll NTH IWl Itttwrrn I nml if 111111 front of the court tIJ IIUUM dons InHtnnronl Kjr mil Ml public ojtrry to the lilRhttl and It liltldvr ihr rvnl tat iKTliiiiItcr dmrlpwd n hUIII of two tracli of land luIII1 In Iliifulu Murk7- FtrttrnctINluenttrl uunr Crnli Ortlinnl Htnnhml trwt end U Ixrnuilwl on tho 1OR by the old Kruvi ynnl of th JUjilMt rhuroh on tlt Hut liy tin lltiptut cliureli lot on the Hoiiili hy MUnfonl t nmt on the Vmt liy mlit ttnwt eoiitnlnllitf nrro of croll ml Wmnd tract h liMwtnl on Htnnfonl utrtmt In Crnhtlrchiml nn l Umiiilwl on tlit North l Iy nodtrrt 1att by no Ally Mouth by nil alley and y1 hy UI proIwrtY now hloII- Ina to Mrs0lnuln Ilu11nsa contnlnhlg of mi acre of Innd- Tlic two trnou lll tw toM wirntPly nml Iota MI n whole iirnl Hint lihl will bo m cil swhich nrcMlncwi th inott tnonry fur Uith IrHCti Tu wilw wilt Iw Innate on n omlll of nU luonthi mid the nurrlmiwr will b rv tu l oml for the purchntn iirli1 htieIwithonintgdonerand l thorntn of lit fr iiiinuiii rout dale of MI untilJudd OEO n SAUFLEY M C U Co C Commissioners Sale I Mneoln Plreult Court W K IVrklM HMnUtTvn Win lUriiUo ct nU IVf iMlnnti Node of Hal Iuriunnl to n of tfan Mneoln Plni lt t uuderlgned Mnitvr Coin Inlulonr wilt on MoN UAY11Jtl1 8 lea Iwtworn I nml 1 v Mln root of Iii court iout Moor In htnnfonl Ky nt imlillc outrrjr to lilRhmt and ltrent Ftlute hfrvtmtftcc lMrrttM l thr r7 to l rvnliml front thUly saleUlna tIn um of 11 111Iwo writ IntrrtMt lii rwoii trout Jnnimry unill twill n rrwllt of vtld Jan Int Wff uhiIII miu of with tntrrwi wr rolit r annum from n Jnn tut 16until Judd to Rxthvr with tlii IMNU of thu Mkt Mal elnte roulhl or nixiut two ncrv of Inml ultuntnl on lli Urrhllrd nlt IolI1ll1rllpll nhollt Iatwo inllruMXkth wet of Urnli trohnnl In Lincoln county nml U ill MIIIIF Inml eon veyl liy Julia Iliilmn roc to Win Crulni tv Hi n 0olti HIK tend of m1 MIKI y nod 1o llnlni trnf n iwirt of tnt rl 1hI Bert tmct of land InlHrltnl liy the uhirankl Jolts Item un from Iwr Rlhr 0 j I dodo Huhl two nrrmt to front nil I- hrnplkn fourth of the viillri width of lht MWares tract onJ riiiuiinn Irnclt will the tin of pro iwMwrtr put t4i enl ire t vt In wkttlpI running nlnnu tho llm mllolnlnK the roilmlmlrr of thk1-a oer trn U r crrl totl roIII Julia llIloe Irma on omllt Of iU alredIotlo rrrcent IKTHIIHUIII trout n llwn belni on tbe Innd oftt to further Mvure the iHtymeiit thtirtsif CEO II SAUlLEY M C U a ell Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court vn Tnlil thelhtvldohdlallkluudunt a NOlloof Hneruriimnt to n liiditmunt of thu Lincoln circuit court r011l nd In tho nUive ntylwl union nt the rVhrimry tertnlli7ttlieuiidt r Y Mitttor CoininltMonir on- MUNDAYAlMtllSIOV between nml I i MIII front of tin court lioiiKM door In Hluiifunl Ky Mill nt puhilo outcry to the hlgliMt nml It JilddtT tilt sal total hcrvlmiftcr limcrllxtl for the jmrpiMO n4I1dIIIIII1 the court of dlvld prntvk4nnlongthouwnerthterruf I TIll Ilrt of untml In tin town of McKlnnoy Lincoln county y nml t ilMcrllied im follow h1int ting nt n itone on tlieNouthnldcuf tlm rlaht of way fif tn tilnclnnntl Hoiithirn Italh lit Jo dl ito kur coriier tlietiM with mid right of way Northeast Yin cut 16 n stono K L TmiiMr cornur OH Iteml tn et thonce Hottt limit with Ilirtd itruet SlOfpet tu n tune J Jllloeker1 corner tli no liUllnwHoutli a t yin fe1 to Hie U glnnlpgrultinilit one ncrt Iwliit lot hue nod lot lohl and 01101 to thi wild Iolnte 1lddun by dtMlof KLrouurr and wife inlwl Jiin rvcordoU In tilt ollluu of tiltelorlcohthe Lincoln county court In detl honk No 4Itl flw Inlet nltuntitl In Lincoln county on flreon llft r iHiundiil nnd l in follow- heglunlnunta1roplarroot rot elm polnt un Lcvl In bid or Onus JHver theiic1 UllllllllUllII Mouth Ixmk with linvld SinlHii line poliM thencu Nil it It 101 W lUI polo to n White oak themo rti W 105 poles ton miiplo bush In IlliiHonii Iliitt thenco H7 y 31 to n white k11VI VllchBr corner thenoehln line ii ell to a what wiilnut hU tornor H art K 6 pole to the iKnIu eningof Innd ioln tiuuo4r N not Wron Tiv W K Dnvldton and wife tinted AUK W tIt11I nn from the deid hook mgt Ill Ill tliiolllcoof the clerk of till Lincoln county court hu wile will IM made oi n credit of six month nnd tho purchaser or purcliiutira will fro miulnls to ulvo for tho pur lt IlIIlhllnt rntu of a r cent 10 fri of snlu and having tho force nnduntilDullolToct To further secure tho pnymunt of tout bond n lien will bo rutllnd r on tho sold GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C ti MATRIMONIAL Miss Edna Thornton and Don V Dryo both of Uradfordsville wore married in Louisville Joo Y VanArsdalo and Miss Sallio James both of tho Sol visa section of Mercer were married last week Mrs Polly Weed Baker of Boonovillo Ind hon just been divorced from her 11th husband Sho has been divorced from nine ono died and the other BulI cidedrMr Leo Mitchell of Winchester nnd Miss Katherine Bastin of Pittnburg stole a march on their friends and were quietly married in this city Saturday by Rev W n licauchamp pastor of the Fourtii avenue Methodist church at his residence The wedding was cleverly planned by Mr Mitchell and Miss Hastin Sho was en route homo from Western Kentucky wliero sho had been on a visit Mr Mitchell came from Winchester Friday night after Jmving secured tho marriage liccnso there Tho marriago is the culmination of n courtship lasting nearly four years Mr Mitchell first met Miss Bastin while she was attending school at Paris The bride is tho daughter of J W Ltastin prominent coal mine operator of 1itta burg She has just returned from n trip to Europe and is considered gno of tho accomplished young woman of Southeastern Kentucky Mr Mitchell in connected with the C R 0 freight office at Lexington where his brother Andrew Mitchell is the agent of the company Mr and Mrs Mitchell will remain at the W I and Hotel a few days Sundays Courier Journal The bride attended the Stanford Fe male College several years and her parents are from this county Sho is a handsome young woman highly accom pushed and exceedingly popular We congratulate tho young man who has won her heart and hand HIGHLAND Eld Carr preached three interesting sermons at Mt Moriah Saturday and Butt is making some changes in his store room in tho way of larger windows etc- Farmers are very busy making uso of tho good weather gardening sowing oats and preparing for com- A letter received by the writer from Kansas tolls of the death of MA uncle C M Newell at Turon on tho 17th D Rogers has moved to South Fork Mike Floyd has moved to John Deck ers place and Mr Decker will go to Illinois soon- Faulkner Bros now have their mill ready to grind your corn Burton d Hunch have their new mill up and are sawing every day Mesdames J M Cook C M Young and T N Dutt have all been sick some time but aro some better N E Butt and Mrs Marshall Hutchison aro both sickF J Conn and wife and Mrs Burton Spires went to Eubanka to attend tho birthday dinner of Mrs Conns sis ter Mrs A Gourly Miss Hundley of Parlor Grove was the guest of Miss bra Baugh Sunday Hugh Young has returned from Somerset Thos Hutch ison ami Cr ig Baugh of Somerset are hire Una Gray boa and family of Somerset are up for a few days on account of tho strike there rrEUREKA Yes I Havo Found it at Last Found what Why that Chamber lains Salvo euros ccxemit and all man nor of itching of tho skin I have been afflicted for tinny yours wltn skin cllrtimso I had to get up three or four times every night and wash with cold water to allay the terrible Itching but since using this salvo in December lOOTi tho itching lids stopped and has not troubled moElder John T Ong ley llootvillo Pa For sale by all druggists J Clarenco Nuchols will bo placed on trial this week at Tompkinsvillo on a chaRe of murdering his father by beating him over tho head with a gun carrel Tho dofenso will bo that tho rather was attacking him That was a lovely Easter carp you sent me dear plow did you know I sent it It was tho same one I sent you last year Indictments have been returned at Maysvlllo charging several foreign patent medicine concerns with forming a trust to control and regulate prices What is known as the harvester trust was also indicted All the men who have been working at the roundhouse at Somerset have been removed to tho new shops and work of tearing away tho old structure is now underway Do not cough hawk sneeze and snufllo any more Breathe Hyomols medicated air and got relief and cure Solil by G L Penny NEWS NOTES Forest fires are raging in South Alabama near the Florida line Gurney Baker and John Mullins each 1G ydars robbed the postofllco at Hind manBrig Cap Richard Comba U S A who retired In 1901 Is dead In San Fran ciscoThe town of Newberry S C was swept by fire entailing a loss of approximately hlf a million dollars Safe blowers robbed the Farmers and Merchants National Bank of Hanover Michof 3000 and made their escape Thoro are now in operation throughout tho country 37400 rural delivery routes of which C59 are in Kentucky Tho general shops of the El Paso f Southwestern Railway at Carriz N M were destroyed by fire causing n loss of 190000 Fire destroyed the Commercial and McCawleys Hotels four stores and two residences in Iroquois Ontario Tho loss is 100000 Two men wero killed and nearly a dozen were injured in a wreck on tho Choctaw Oklahoma and Gulf railroad at Council Okla A feud among the Negro miners growing out of prosecutions for gam lading has led to several dynamite out rages at Littleton Ala Fire in the business socaion of Buena Vista Va destroyed tho Colonado Ho tel and several stores Estimated loss 85000 insurance 35000 One thousand more of tho employes of tho American Shipbuilding Co at Lorain 0 havo gone out on a strike making a total of 1600 men out The oldest triplets in tho world are J F Price Henry Price and Mrs Nan cy Phillips of Jackson Miss They cel ebrated their CSth birthday Saturday- Dr hL A McPherson was convicted at Knoxville of complicity in the mur der of Deputy Sheriff William Walker lie was sentenced to 10 years in prison Tho United Daughters of the Confed eracy will supply duplicate crosses of honor to those veterans who have been unfortunate enough to lose the orig inalsGreat Britain has made a formal de mand upon Russia to include In tho pro gramme of the next Hague conference tho limitation of tho expenditure on armamentsThe plant of the R J Reynolds Tobacco Company and other buildings at South Boston Va wero destroyed by fire The losses probably will aggre gate 1000000 Rudolph Spreckels who is financing the graft investigation at San Francisco declared that there would be no let up In tho proceedings unlil all tho rot tenness is exposed Tho safe in tho office of tho County Treasurer at Vlncennes Ind was robbed of over SOO during dinner hour when the courthouse in which tho office ia located was deserted James Dilly was killed nnd his son Dada Dilly was wounded In an effort to prevent a fight in front of their homo in Metcalfo county Blaine Pierce is charged with firing both shotd Delegations of Knights of Pythias from many of tho cities in Central Kentucky attended tho funeral at Paris of former Mayor Benjamin Perry and conducted the services at thcgravr Thu dead bodies of Miss Bortio Bal kum and Ed Patricks were found in tho woods near Livingston Texas It is alleged Patricks forced her to get out of the hack and go with him into the woods whero their bodies were found Suits charging graft by three former Sheriffs of Owen county will be med in Owentpn at tho instance of the present Fiscal Court Tho suits will allege that more than 53000 has been collected as taxes by these Sheriffs and not turned in to tho County Treasurer Tho Minnesota Supreme Court in a decision rendered upheld tho Great Nor thern railroad in its contention that It tad the right to issuo tho 60000000 of stock authorized by tho Board of Direc tors some months ago nnd which was enjoined by Attorney General Young Louclla Thurman a white woman who was forced to rido in a coachset aside for Negroes compromised her suit against tho Southern railway at Lexington and it is understood received 3COO A previous trial of the case re nulling in a verdict for her was re versed Cured of Rheumatism Mr Wm Henry of Chattanooga Tenn had rheumatism in his loft arm llTho strength seonild to have gone out of the muscles so that it was use less for work ho says I applied Chamberlains Pain Balm and wrap pod tho arm in flannel at night and to gradImo In three weeks the rheumatism had disappeared and has not since re turned If troubled with rheumatism try a few applications of Pain Balm You aro certain to be pleased with tho relief which It affords For sale by all druggists HUSTONVILLE A B McKinley lost a fine harness muro from being overheated in driving Air Leo Hiker oMIarrodaburg was tho guest of Mr Crlt Rlffe and family James Reid has a very fine filly colt just foaled by the thoroughbred stal lion Onward T J Robinson returned Saturday- Crom Louisville where ho went to have an operation performed D C Allen shipped n car of fat hogs and cattle to Cincinnati Saturday for which ho paid fancy prices Josiah Bishop bought 31 750pound cattle of J F Ware of Boyle nt 4Jc and 17 of 700poundcra of McGarr Bro at 4c- Evidence showing that a twoweeks old baby was murdered by being thrown Into a creek in Fleming county was discovered at Ewing Tim McKinnoy Ovorall Co secured an order from Louisville last week for 1500 worth of their finished goods which will bu shipped this week Tho monthly meeting of tho C W B lt wiy be on Thursday April 4th at the home of Mrs V B Morso at 2 p u Subject Mexico will be lead by Mrs J W Powell Rev J H Jackson of Pelham Ga received a cordial welcome at tho Bap tist church on Sunday where he mado his initial bow and a most favorable impression upon a goodsized audience- A largo crowd attended tho rink on Friday night Several couples from Danvlllo and Junction City attended The rcgulaV meetings Tuesday and Fri day evenings will continue until further noticeA of tho stockholders of the Homo Telephone Co is called for next Saturday for the election of officers and other Important matters necessary to the letting of contracts and reports of committeesMr of Lexington and Miss Mc Annally of Powars Store were married Sunday afternoon In the presence of a coterie of friends at tho home of Cashier J W Hoskins Tho Impressive ceremony was performed by Rev Clarence Daniels During one of the warmest days last week Mr Jack Garrison while driving in an open top vehicle from Casey coun ty to his home near here was over come with heat Ills condition was no ticed as ho was passing through town and he was taken from his buggy and revived and sent on home The subject of Rev Clarence Dan leis sermon next Sunday morning Tho Infallible Guido evening Tho Marks of a True Christian A cor dial welcome to all to attend The Union prayer meeting will be held this week at tho Christian church on Thursday evening and will bo lead by Rev Clarence Daniels By order of County Attorney Burch notice has boon served on 17 teamsters from Casey and Lincoln counties for abasing tho road during wet weather Those parties totally disregarded the order of the court at the timo served and continued hauling daily regardless of tho continued rains nnd in come quence will bo vigorously prosecuted Dont fall to attend the exercises at Alcorns Opera House on Wednesday evening April 3rd by tho ladies of the Christian church of Crab Orchard They arc working hard to pay for their church built to replaco one destroyed by a cyclone and deserve the patronage of every Christian man and woman in the county Their highclass program has received tho most Haltering com ments of tho patrons and press where they havo been A splendid program lasting an hour and 20 minutes was rendered by tho Junior Mission Band at the Christian church on Saturday and Sunday evenings A cantata Tho Beautiful Ci tywith Katie Warriner as tho Pil grim Mabel McClure The Teacher and Mary Murphy The Tempter assisted by six messengers under the ablo management of Miss Melle Hopper was beautifully rendered as well as the othernumbers A Woman Tells How to Relieve Rheumatic Pains- I have been a groat sufferer from tho dreadfuldlsolue rheumatism for a number of years I have tried many medicines but nova got much relief from any of them until two years ago when I bought a bottlo of Clam berlains Pain Balm I found relief boforo I had used nil of ono bottle but kept on applying it antI soon felt like a different woman Through my advice many of my friends havo tried it and can toll you how wonderfully It has workedMrs Sarah A Cole 140 S New St Dover Dol Chambor alns Pain Balm is a liniment The relief from pain which it affords Is alone worth many times Its cost It makes rest and sleep possible For sale by all druggists Wet Cobb was fined 500 for selling whisky Ian local option distrIct In Scott county I i1 wrfs wyoee BUYAn L Griffon Brand GuaranteedI Suit for- Splting and- Summer GRIFFON BRAND THE KIND THAT FITS WELL SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY r Purina Poultry Food f j s Try it Something new For peed ing Young Chickens hand Hens r weH0 HIGGINSI L i BEr1TCIjE DE IjMMERS BE SIWS DEf Stock of above now complete Call and see them GEORoe H PJ1RRS Attention Farmers o I have just received a big lot of the famous brands of wire fence Pione-er and Adrain which are considered the strongest and best made Give them a trial E T PENCESTANFORD KENTUCKY t I Gt h The time is coming when you will enjoy n good bath more than anything on a hot afternoon Country folks you can enjoy this luxury almost n necessity as well as town people It will actually bo cheaper for you will not have to pay for water Sec S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber r l T r 4 The Interior Journal E C WALTON W SHANKSIIs a candidate for resentntlve of Iln coin county In thu heal Join nil Assembly of Kentucky unit respectfully submits hli claims to democratic lI clnct mass conventions Hnturday April M F NORTH It a candidate for neprcsentntlvootMncoln eonnty subject to the action cratic party J T ROBERTS It candidate for Magistrate In tho Ornh Orchard DUtrlct subject to tlio totlonof tlmdOttocrntIciartyI L n unndldnto for JolIr ot rlneolll tuiijcct to tho action of tliu IlIIo rllllc party JAMES C HAYS tun candidate for Jnllft of cminl abject to the nrtlon of the Pemocttitlo party TIMESERVERS may win the applause of tho unthinking and secure seats in tho Legislature on a promise to force a twocent rate on railroads but they Uare enemies of tho State and its mat terial advancement What we need rr are more railroads not laws to ham per them and drive capital away Tho- twocent rate will come but its pgita l tion now is unwise and will result in great injury to those parts of tho State that need them to put their splendid resources upon the market JUDGK THOMAS G JONES of the United States Circuit Court at Mont gomery Ala gave the first setback i to tho railroad rato and regulation laws just passed by the Alabama Legislature by issuing an order restraining the application of any or all of them which will tend to decrease the 4compensation of carriers or prevent them without restraint The order is for 30 days during which time the question of a permanent in junction will be considered THE unwritten law no longer goes in Texas A wealthy cattle man killed another wealthy cattle man and relied on that law for acquittal Ills wife Bworo that on July 6 1906 her assail i ant dragged her from her horse and i made an insulting proposal to her She says that she told her husband of the t occurrence on the day he killed him Notwithstanding the jury gave the ac cused five years in the penitentiary CUARLES P TAFT of the Cincinnati TimesStar has issued a statement in behalf of his brother Secretary of War Taft in which ho accepts Senator Forakers proposition to submit the r issues between tho two Ohio statesmen i to the Republican primaries for settle t ment When shown the statement Sen atorForakersaidheattackednoimporlanceto A BIBLE TRUST said to outdevil the steel and sugar trust in its methods is the latest The prices are going to be forced away up and if you have a Bible you had better take good care of It Bibles arc going to be Bibles if the trust holds out i CHARLES F RATCLIFFE associated with John Pearl in the publication of the London Local is dead at London He was a bright clever man and an expert printer being at one time prob ably the fastest compositor in the State POLITICAL Judge Elliott Beard was nominated for Representative of Shelby by the democratsJudge M Lassing of Boone county was nominated for judge of the court of appeals by the democratic ap pellate convention held at Covln ton The town of LaFolIette was added to the lot of dry spots by the Tennessee Legislature and retaliation is now threatened against the city of Nashville Henry Hines State Inspector will file a report on the alleged graft on tho part of sheriffs in Owen county and will give the facts as ho learned them to the Governor 4 The democratic committee declared C C Pare the nomieeo for the State Senate and Hon W J Gooch for the House as representatives from Simp sop county to the Legislature- W J Bryan has written a letter to H M Whitney of Massachusetts in which he reiterates his belief that public ownership is the ultimate so lution of the railroad question It 1rwhich is sure to come as the result of Senator Forakers challenge to the Buckeye forces of Secretary Taft Is looked forward to with considerable interest by politicians Harvey McCuctheon was elected sec retary of the Democratic Campaign Committee C C Bosworth of Lex ington elected assistant secretary and James Garnett of Adair was elected I to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Judge Robbins Both Democrats and Republicans in Chicago are making big claims of vic tory in the mayoralty election to be held today Meetings in tho Interest of both parties are being held Inall parts of the city at almost every hour of the day between noon and midnight The speeces at these meeting arc marked by their bitter personalities aIttCuaa ustrwaAawara 1rJ ROCkcaSt1elhas ter I T President deI1Iversthe Jamestown Exposition to public what ho desires to say on the railroad situation Additional Local TOGETHER with a picture of Mr M S Baughman tho Lancaster Record whose editor is an ardent admirer of our countyman says of him Tho many warm friends of Mr M S Baugh man in this section are glad to learn that ho will bo a candidate for reelection to tho office of Sheriff of Lincoln county and if they could go over the line and vote they would make his election sure They claim that it is n rule to endorse a worthy official and as he could not serve two terms in succession ho should bo elected for tho next term A friend reports that he heard Judge Bell and CommonwealthAttorney Hnr din speak in tho highest terms of his official carreer and it is universally agreed that he always discharged his duties faithfully and always had tho public good in view He realized the importance of the office as he collected the peoples revenue for defraying public expenses and frequently had charge of criminals His undoubted integrity and courage made him equal to every emergency Ho inherited those high traits of char acter which are always in demand In private or public service Ho is in the prime of life has abundant experience In all that pertains to the office and his nomination would meet with tho approval of the people Ho is a member of the Christian Church and tho Knights of Pythias In campaign work and party organization he is a power and scatters terror and consternation in the ranks of tho opposition His allegiance to the Democratic party his obedience to every call of duty and his devotion its friends constrain them to believe that his nomination and election would bo a matter of justice to him and redound to the puplic good and the general welfare We are not advised as to Mr Baughmans making the race for sheriff but we do know that many of his friends are importuning him to shy his castor in the jing believing that an win handily PREACHERSVILE Born to the wife of J F Payne a boyCan the Berlin scientist who says drink of water will cost 15 cents 3p years hence tell what a drink of jag producing corn juice will cost a toper In those days 7 Mr Henry Blankenship has sold his farm here to B T Lunsford for 900 It is to be hoped that Mr B and wife will not leave Preachersville as they are its oldest inhabitants and good peo pleThe two weeks of nice weather which ended Friday surpassed any thing ever seen in the tine of March weather Besides being warmer there was less frost and freezes than known in years Fruit trees are in bloom three weeks ahead of time on an average A warm spell In January caused fruit buds to swell and were subsequently killed by freezes and there are less than n dozen blooms on some apple trees Master Mack Adams is ill of St Vi tus dance J S Turpin is out again after trouble with a sprained ankle John Richardson who was sick of pneu Ionia is recovering Sam Ballard is quite sick Quinn Naylor who has been blind for the last few years does not miss his eyesight very much it seems for ho can do most anything can hitch up a horse shuck cornetc His latest accomplishment is hemp breaking He can break from 75 to 100 pounds a day Miss Katie Payne visited friends and relatives here Mr and Mrs Henry Blankenship visited the family of George Naylor Mesdames America Sowder and Lula Shaw visited in Rockcastle T Payne is at Lebanon Junction in the employ of the L N Mrs N J Horton has gone to visit her daughter Mrs James Gris som in Adair Mr J F Shaw has the contract to build the new Tyrone church near Blue Banks in the Whites Mill section IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J F Owens aged 62 Is dead in Boyle Thomas T Leavell aged 63 is dead at Wilmqre James L Demaree of Mercer has made an assignment Miss Katie Teater aged 24 died in Garrard after a twodays illness A wholesale whisky house with a e openIThe Standard Oil Company advanced its paying prices Somerset crude oil 16 cents per barrel The PoplarHignito Coal Co of Che noa Bell county 30000 capital has been incorporated- R H Scearco and E T r were fined S100 each for opening their saloons at Lawrenceburg on the day of the local option election County Judge Sharp of Casey has appointed II D Gifford of Minton to fill the va nlCombest j t tho Garrard circuit court Mrs IIn Joshling was given a verdict of against tho L N She was struck and hurt by a passenger train last Fall Temperance advocates of Lawrence bnrg may bring suit to set aside tho re cent local option election In that city They will attack tho law putting Law sumIdentvent an election in the city separatoI from tho county Secretary of War Taft will end his tour of inspection of tho Panama canal April 3 when his party will go to Ha vana being duo to arrive there April 7 and three days will be spent in Cuba during which time Secretary Taft will investigate the situation with regard to tho withdrawal of American troops from tho island After escaping death three times in railroad wrecks and being blown up by the explosion of a steam engine John L McGuire an engineer on the I C railroad died at Paducah from a ruptured blood vessel caused by a fit of of coughing Tho sudden drop in temperature throughout Kentucky in the last 48 hours has greatly endangered the fruit crop according to F J Walz weather forecaster for the Louisville district NOTICE I We want every jHrson that It afflicted with rheumatism kidney trouble or any illMnit arising frost Impure blood to try- iackllgeofourstaudnnl n remedy Uemein If to en accord Ing to directions or your tnon0v will la re funded Knoli pnckHtte contains doewith a llotlgullrRnltC Price ildu For Mile by It William Agent McKluney JeK BAUGHMAN lllnck Jnrk with white points by Turk IngtonS Napoleon hand emit hits proven II gnat breeder of sugar mule will itnnd rat 110 JOHN lletter known in tho Ham Cochran lock Illuck with white point 4 hood lie It known by all who him raised niul handled hllllul fur Ill extnt hnelIng Ito will stand nt S MENEFEE rlentyuttt n in nt rr Money duo when colt Is fouled or mare lnidnl or portal with or bred lootlierstock Mares grazed at I t per month flare taken reponstblhouldanqcolt before you breed It u IKTTLH rrcachorsvllle Ky BISMARCK The gieiit Norman otiillton necllr501d- li hands and over high weigh about ittl pumld good tyke lane and action au rtChImime slut tall Will make the seaton at my place at IUO to Insure H colt I will aUo stand the young jack ARRAN 3RD- at tM to Insure u colt lie was sired by JackthyllorelliloIullllllllibcon mutiny Marux traded or bred to oIlier horses forfeits Insurance and mares teason due mleIdire taken to prevent accidents but not re spontlblu should any occur AUOnFHKUTpIiOttenhelniKy Antecarlo 226 12 Made over track In winning race ntItorm S13 son of Miimbrlno Pntcben These two crosvs produced The Abbot IruK champion trotting gelding of tlm world tt diiiu by III Jencllnc fan of Andruw Jack Independence dam by American Htar The American Mint and Andrew Jack oon blood responMhl for Oretceut IOIYt the champion trotting stallion of tho You Antecnrlos two top crocl are re pea filetor the fnntust gelding two next cro enrt rpuponsliile for the tastes stal lion Then you net he It Inter broil than elthiroi them or In luau th blood of Ixitti handhlAhrush 1V111tnndat10tolnure u living colt r BUCK VARNON Illack Jack with white taint years old 154 hands high Fine breeder and In netlollIorttenhehnMares grazed nt li per month Care takerto prevent accidents but not responsible should liny occur Dishon EL Smith PUBLIC SALE Having sold myarm I will sell at public sule on T17KHDAY APRIL 1W7 tho following dcscrllivd property Haven cattle 2 and yearn old lire 2ycarold half ersoven cows calves yearling bull 110011hrootllllilrelluck the other by his horse live work nude two of thllI1l11urulllullllI and Oyarsold Id hands high the others horse mules 3 toil years old two yearling horse mule colt by Harris jack yearling byiolddttstnnebrownhurneeegelding old by ono two year old filly by NonllImaturity one 8 etur old horse by llolddust Lund out of HU 5yearIdautomobiles or tong extru nice 44 nice IIOIK live sown and pigs one thoroughbred goodtllllothy RemyLock givenrlvllegeto tobaccotickbuckboard spring wagon two 2borso buggyhurnesii hnrrowoilyuruingplows ofsluingtorCIlIlIllIg ted10llKtill of cabs Hula at 9 oclockYKyOol t I Farm for Sale or Rentl Dial farm of 210 acres near Turnersvllto for sale or rent Nice nw residence and all necessary outbuildings In good repair Term private Address J KJVKHOor lulu Ky or out ft flower on the place Eggs for Hatching I Froth ponsof Hurl Plymouth Hocks Illack Ijingshnns Light Hllver Uiced Wyiindottes and Hull Orpingtons delivered tree to or Crab Orchard Kyiill crcitlug of Two setting 1111 settings iJB Iteutonable hatch In cured or order relllled at hull irlro- MKH W P WitiTK Pnnchernvlll Kv Kalrvlow Poultry Karm THE BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Lwxinijton Ky a Ilno- MhutdnntFrultendctrtuuueuttiI ot ln8 t orgrevns OraiH Vines Asuiinigns Hhrubs Ithulmrb and small Fruits w u have nentc Htrnwliorry and general catalogues on application II K HIMKNMJJYKH AHOSH NOTICEAny one needing a Union Jack nndJWIre Htretolmr call Imve their order with Newlnnd at Htnnfonl lie JutS one he will show you noel take your order and will nil the same oil short notice T LVNHKUllll Valley View Sanitarium A PrlvHtv tfolllt for the treatotenlof Mel till Nervous tend Chronic dh alter Hpi ctiil attention U lhI to the trwitment of Alio hollo aml Drue habits We treat IAXOIIIO tor Axtnxlii INUiilyH lUironle lllicuum tlmnete meeluinlOlly UorrtHtlve Mnnlp uliittou in orthoiHtllo Humery lx iilloii mired nod unluhrlous Orounun extensive rbarges roaronable Thirty inlnutni ride from Fountain square Cincinnati For imr ilrultiri udtlr VAMKY VIBW HANlTAHltM Fort Tlantna1y VJTAE oJA f I Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Pain Killer aermlM uoycr Pleetce lion letter llloiMl VltalUer Health unit Hlrvngth Ittistorvr N II logic IMnrksbury Kentucky Oeneraltg- entTRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embatmors STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kind Car Pete Dmggcts Rugs Matting Pic turo Frames Shade I tco Curtain and Wall Paper Mr E T Ucazloy has charge of the Undertaking Department TR1BBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28j Night 1GG or 1M Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court A H Ilntln Plaintiff v Piirrle Kstes e RI Dcfeiidanlt Notice of Hale Pursuant to n judgment of Idle Lincoln circuit court In the above colon the undersigned Commissioner will on MONDAY AIMUIMIU between land 8 u la front ot hue court houetlllor III Mbnford K y sell rat public outcry to the highest and It inuuer th real estate hereinafter descrllKtl to ItUtiAfl u Judgment of the Lincoln circuit iiirt In favor of plaintiff llaitln for the sum of JIG with lnlvret thereon at the role of tnt israuuuut front JOIII untl tiVlif together with the roils of this action The Maid real estate Is situated In the town of Crab Orchard Kvund ronsUts of it lot und the buildings the lot fronting on Main Htrret of sold town with linrlim North iit Host M feet thence with tint line of John Iliirliiiihin Mill W To feet thence Mild llni Hft VW5U fret thence with lot No H SIS KSl 510 feet thence with Hiiinurl line S coy I Iilfeei to the Iglll- nlll containing pmof an acre lulnc lot No conveyed to Johns Ituchanaii and John llaldemau by Jennlo Annelid helrs by Commlssnincr diitttl Jan JIM The sale lie made on n credit of six months nod the iiurchaer will be required o price CormnlstouerIwuHtIKintantntthc cent r annum from paid und having the force and effect of n udgnltnt UI1I1 whIch execution nosy luuc at maturity If nut To further secure the Mime n lion will IM retained on the land told GEO D SAUFLEY MxC L C C e Kentucky Squirrel 2623 Vol VI registered Raddle tallon will snake thencasonof IWi lit Iii v farm In Itowland KyntJlUTO INMlltl A LIVINO COLT Kentucky u CClln1l11lt1 Itnlllon1e- llrlloold a Ienudful buy one wiillu fad- sundeWltih 10 hands hlnh ndIIhigh style action ish that untltles him to the attention of breeders PrnlnurxHlnti by Wood UiilriAl Iby Illack HllIlrnl lit dam Neillo Dud ilerar reg No Wl by ValiMcterit KlnarJV h UII Time 745 l dlItenownllF win Ixixlngton h Kdgn 2nd duns tho dam of Kagleltlrdi by Htar Kagli son of Oabbclls 3rd dam by Hamlet DenIxxlnnton murk SIT Htar KaglittMdng tho bot son of Dam Maude V llabbHir lAxlngton nbr ioliiir nralngeri iid dam the grunt Huowmare KlIlHby l rsVnxy K by llertuam half brother to the grunt jumboytion of well formid nnd liti rx his and hlali carrlngron his gel ton riiimrkablndu HrrederM will do well to look tide Krce over and note tho low service fee bo fore booking their mares elsewhero DANDY JIM Jennet Jack black with wliltoThe great sillolnt By lt hands high brother to HubbluM World fair winner PRINCE WOOD look Jock white polute 15H hnnd three eur old weighs urAl pounds hy of hlnck thtJ- nckl OloullWinVrVmaresat I10TO INHUItB A JIVINU JOLT Trading marcs forfeits lnBurancn not roo poMlbl for accld nt untrue grazed lit rSfl per month W ii DUDDEHAU Ilowland Ky I SHIRTS t LIL The Shirts for this season are beyond ques tion the prettiest ever turned out Of course Dark Shirts to a certain extent will always be t used Blues Greys and Tans f t will be quite popular but LIGHT COLORS will greatly predominate this time Plaint l White Negligee or White with neat narrow to Jl black stripe or very small black dot or figure Tall with Cuffs attached are the things thisitime A pure White Linen pleated bosom open front to fasten with buttons cuffs at tached is the SMARTEST GARMENT out Pongees with Collar and Cuffs attached in white and cream will be quite in evidenceIThese are all furnished in the celebrated l Fountain BrandIat prices 100 150 and cutfullin body lay down close at the neckIwith any length sleeve from 31 to 35 and any size neck from 13 12 to 20 see them in our windows + IHINo Better Cough Remedy is Made than Our Compound Syrup White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTOI TRADE MAR I LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists forhouseholdChocolate Qulnlnul rnblet torOohIIIYllolllIIllrod VltllIblo Cont ed 1llls for the Ilver anil Htomach Ir pay more or tutu ers We are solo agents for tho Original irlgshys lolden lye Hulvp which ttsold nun forgrnnulnthllisleasllly0KIcshvlHcrofulousHore Kyes Weak Kyes Htycs Etc auto for stock Jrlce only Jic As a dressing for More of nil kinds tinequaled point vour House IjDont your house need a fresh coat of paint Spring is nearly here and it certainly would add greatly to its appearance We have the best ReadyMixed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD l DRUG CO c 4 New Skirtst tOur new Skirts aro arriving daily Wo aro ahpwing all the doainibje styles in Panama Voiles Silks and Fancy Checks Seo the new Pleated Skirts and Sunburst Skirts 1 t A 4 t 1 STANFOIID Ky Arnu 2 1907 WB have ju t received a big supply of Comic nnd Leather Post Cards nya Drug Store PERSONALS Mna W K WAHNBR fe quit aUk Mhs JAMBU F URADY continues very ill Mu J E LYNN Is conrtdtrably 1m proved MIM SALUI DUDDUUAR vtoited her brothers in Louisville CLAUDE Bum is working at J H BaUghman Cos mill Mn J F CASH of Casey Is hero advertising DIKees Soup Mts1C MCCIAKY te witn Mrs Shelton Saufloy in Frankfort Sins JACKSON GIVBNS was a passen Southbound trainger on Sundays Mns1VM WALLACB of Paint Lick was tho guest of Mrs Adolta Woods Miss NANCY NBWMND was visiting Miss Dclpha Ncwland in the East End MR AND MRH Wiu HUPB of Hus tonville spent Sunday with Mrs Joasio Stagg IROP M O WINFREY of Middies boro will conduct tho Fayctte county teachers institute next Summer HON W R KIMIIALL Congressman from the Seventh district spent several days at Crab Orchard Springs Miss LBTTIB HELM of Stanford is visiting her sister Mrs Horhco Helm Brown at The Scclbach Courier Jour nal MR FRANK DBCKBRT traveling rep resentative of tho CourierJournal is In town working for his excellent pa perMR J H VANliOOK Is at Turners vine at the bedside of Mr O J Crow who has been ill of rheumatism for two months MISS FANNIE FARLEY of Harrods burg was tho guest of Mrs A C Dunn Sho organized n Missionary So ciety at Hebron NEWS comes from Rallogh N C that Ed Owens formerly of this coun ty is very ill and tho chances aro against his recovery- MRS FRANK KKLUBY and daughter Miss Sara Kelley of Dayton 0 and Mrs Jcnnlo Wolf nnd eon Joseph ol Danville are guests of Mrs T J Hill NEWS comes from Liberty that a 10 pound boy has arrived nt the homo of County Attorney c F Montgomery Mr T L Carpenter of Huatonvlllc li now an aged grandpap TIlE Misses Shelby entertained In honor of Miss Mary McRobert Stanton and Miss Mary Hogsctt Danville at Arcadia last week Visa- Mary McRoborta Is at home from Dan vlllo for the Easter holidays DR W B OBANNON who is in ROT well N M writes that the climate there is excellent trees are In full leaf apple trees In bloom and alfalfa ready to cut Ho is very much impressed with tho town and its people Mn Bon SAUFLFY has decided to remain In Somerset and has charge of tho prescription department at tho Porter Drug Store under new auspices Mr Saufleyfc many friends will be glad to hear this Somerset Journal MR R B MAHONY and daughter Miss Marie will leave next Monday for other points of interest In Florida first visiting St Augustine and then Day tona and other towns on the East Coast reaching their homo In Kentucky about tho first of April Jack sonville Fla TimesUnion Miss VIRGINIA BOURNE who is at tending tho College of Music in Cincinnati has by her splendid work made n most favorable Impression on Mr Frederic Hofmann tho great pianist and he has shown his appreciation her by giving her a private scholarshipI for next year This Is compliment LOCALS RINK tonight NICK Brown Leghorn pullets forsalo John Lutes Stanford BROWN paper suitable for putting un der carpets cheap at this office I HAVE n splendid lot of buggy harness at all prices J C McClary 0CARPETS mattings druggets cur tains nnd shades at Severance Son a VOILE skirts silk suits silk coats wash waists net waists at Severance Sons ELBOW length silk and kid gloves In leading shades Severance Son RINK this Tuesday night MRS LBBLIB CARTER has n snpply offish net on land Nnw ribbons and parasols ntj Severance Sons WB hnvo tho tylesin writing paper Stanford Drug Co WANTRD to licitI goredsurrey orI swap it for n cart J S Moblcy McKinney 6wuuMline of fancy half hose and low cut shops Cummins McClaryI THE fiscal court will moot today to make the county levy and look after ulhr iiUiwi utiii inuUuta FOR SALB About 125 bushels Ger man millet seed of 1006 crop nleo and clean II C Anderson It BRAR in mind the sain of Mr John F Dish nt his farm near Turner vllle See elsewhere what ho will dispose of TUB street cars are still a novelty at Somerset Over 2GOO people rode on them Sunday week says tho Times OUR Spring goods are just what the Now York shops are showing You buy tho correct things here Severance Son DnowN Legorn eggs single comb stock COc for setting of 16 Black Minorca eggs same price Ed Hubbard Stanford RINK this Tuesday night and masquerade rink Friday night Better mask and take n chance on winning a season ticket I AM fromtho city with new patterns and flosses and new ideas for shirtwaists Call in and examine Mrs Leslie Carter TUB Dix River Barytcs Co has been organized and capitalized at 170000 Articles of Incorporation have been filed at Portland Me I FOR SALE Rhodo Island red eggs 2 And per sotting of 1G Won first prize on first pen and second on cockerel and pullet at Knoxville Tenn Mrs L B Cook IT has been moro than 20 years since n masquerade rink was given hero and nn immense crowd is expected to wit ness one nt Waltons Opera House Fri day evening next MORE than 1000 bottles of Whites world For sale by all druggists WE know of no one we had rather see represent old Lincoln than Mr W H Shanks Ho is n man that would do any county honor and heros hoping his victory will bo a glorious ono Somerset Journal BE sure to attend theo entertainment to be given by Mesdames Rentz nnd Gibbs at Hustonvillo Wednesday night Orchard Go and help n good cause INDIA Linens and Persian Lawns Shrewd buyers should take advantage of our offering on these goods Old timo prices prevail These goods were contracted forboforo tho market took an upward tendency W E Perkins Crab Orchard BARIOWS MINSTRELS played to n fairly good audience at Waltons Op era Houso Friday night The show is good and clean In every particular tho features aro for the most part new and tho music of both brass band and or chestra Is excellent EASTER was a raw day and not n great many Easter hats bonnets and dresses were put In use They were saved for warmer weather and will shortly make their pretty wearers look even prettier The styles of headgear this year are said by the women to be juif lovely but to our eyes somo of them look fearfully nnd wonderfully made Tim month of March which came to an end Sunday was less disagreeable than any of its preaecessors in tho last decade or so The weather was by far warmer than it usually is during tho third month and there was much less wind Altogether March was a pretty good month and mostof us will remem ber it more kindly than we have here tofore r j New Low Shoes w fs Wo had almofcl forgotten to mention Low Shoes wo have been fo busy talking pretty Lacet Embroideries White Goods and Silks These Shoos are so well known that it requires little talking to lell them but wo want others to enjoy tho comfort ofa good Shoo and tho feet style that wearers of these Shoes always possess Wo ehow some swell styles that you wont see in any other line SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY WaterryellrI towardI KEEP In your mind that Stanford will have a great fair on July 17 18 19 Of course you will attend it S c li LEGHORN eggs 1 for setting of 17 or threo settings for 2 Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonvlllc Ky MIMDS ALICE AND ERMA WHITE will their millinery over Hunn Cot feys store at Moreland Give them a call at LooT a book entitled Heart Talks See if It is in your library If it is and does not belong to you leave it with Mrs T D Raney LOST Shelby City and More land an old fashioned gold Liatlot Leave with Miss Ethel Ellis Moreland and receive reward LA CARMONTBLLA bright young vaudcvilllun star comes to the fall fes tival with a clever act this week Her lost data was at the Chicago Opera House tho loading vaudeville theater in tho West Now Orleans Picayune Feb 8 1001 See herat Waltons Opera House next Monday night 8th TUB Easter services at the Christian church Sunday afternoon were largely attended and greatly enjoyed The tots acquitted themselves very credit able in songs and recitations the music by the choir was good and Prof J W Irelands bass solo was worth going miles to hear Rev J B Harris made a tally to the children which both they and the older heads seemed to appreciate and enjoy THE usual Rink will beheld at Wal tons Opera Houso this Tuesday eve ning A tolerably good crowd was on hand Thursday evening when the gold watch was given away Fred Cook held 91 the number that drew It On Fri day evening next there will be n grand masquerade rink when a season ticket will be given to the best masked per son A committee will be selected from tho audience to decide who is entitled to the premium Most of the skaters will mark and contend for the season ticket SOME scoundrel who will break the penitentiary before many years who ought to bo there now cut harness on a halt dozen horses at Graded School entertainment Saturday night Ho also made carpet rags out of Mrs John B Fosters buggytrug and cut the seats of Joo surrey A lantern was stolen out of Mrs Fosters buggy Every effort Is being made to find out the guilty party and Chief of Police Jones hopes to land him behind the bars ere many days como and go ITua MtVernon Signal copies our mention of Mr J C Hayes candidacy for jailer and adds Hero Is hoping that our friend and former Roekcastlc citizen will land the plum Many of tho truest and best officers Lincoln over had were Rockcastlo men as can truthfully be said of two of the present om cers the jailer Mr Ike Herrin the chief of police of Stanford Mr Mr Robert Jones Truer braver and better officers than they are not to be found If Lincoln honors Mr Hayes with tho office to which he aspires and which wo believe she will do the same high standard in the management of the county jail will bo maintained in pnstITHE bad weather of Saturday eve ning kept many from attending the reg ular Spring Entertainment of Stanford Graded School but the auditorium was fairly well filled notwithstanding A most interesting program was render ed consisting of drills songs vocal and instrumental music etc and each of those who took part Is deserving of con gratulation Tho papers by Misses Claudia Eaton and Mattie McClary and especiallyIRout and Robert H Waters Tho de bate participated in by Miss Mary Burch and Hays Foster for the affirmative and Thomas Bright and Grady Tucker negative was exceedingly good It was decided beyond pcrad venture of doubt that the compulsory educational law should bo enforced Space forbids mention of all who took part but suffice it to say that all did well and the liberal applause they received was fully deserved Wo con gratulate Prof J W Ireland and his splendid corps of teachers on their ef forts in preparing their pupils for the clever entertainment StreetlrtJFUN for everybody at the masquer ade rink Friday night next April 5 SINCE the rain ofSaturday the weath er is mOM Springlike though rather too cool WE have a splendid Imp of fishing tackle and base ball goods Stanford Dug Co t ASK your drug lat lie will tell you nil about Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water I RAVE a nice line of Spring and Sum mer millinery to which I cordially in vite tho ladies to call and examine be fore purchasing elsewhere Mrs Dr Moore McKlnney Ky Tim Knights of Pythias lodge here which has enjoyed phenomenal growth lately will soon institute the Uniform ed Rank The uniform Is very hand some and the boys will look stunning in them Fon SALE Tho Stone property on Portman Ave The owner has decided to leave Stanford nnd the proper ty cats be bought at a bargain For particulars see or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky WELL KNOWN ComDANJ Allen Stout the stage manager with Heck Coles show is one of the most accom plished stage managers in America Mr Stout is ono of the best known comedians on the stage at the present time He is up in all kinds of dialect and equally at homo whether he be playing Dutch Irish Negro rural or eccentric comedy Meet him at Wal tons Opera House Monday night April 8th Additional Local on Second Page Whooping Cough I hero used Chamberlains Cough Remedy In my family in cases of whooping cough and want to toll you that it Is the best medicine I havoevor usedW F Gaston Posco Ga This remedy Is safe and sure For sale by all druggists iYour attention Is called to the splen and jacks J F Cook ICo Lexington advertise in this issue about them and see if it will not be to your interest to send a mare ors over to him i Albin B White one of the leading lawyers of Eastern Kentucky died of hemorrhage of the brain superinduced by indigestion at his home in Mt Ster ling Steve Swifts barn near Winchester burned together with 10 mules four horses 16 hogs three tons of odder and or CO barrels of corn Rev Dr II C Morrison reports 500 Holiness evangelists in the field and Issues a call for 1000 AWORDTOYOtU You are Invited to look nt tho New Whlto tlooir llninlnires iJieii tc Abo n new lIIutllIrownOrnyIyard TIIOW having Eggs and ublcklIs to sell I will glvtt ticket to them on this rungo Bring them In Iwforo they go down O II AIUtlHOrnb Orchard KV Unole Henrys VisitAND HighClass Vaudeville I Waltons Opera House Monday NIght April B Prices 25 50 and 75c New Waists We are now prepared to make our first showing in WaUts Wo aro showing a wide range of materials and styles Lawn Waists trimmed with Dace and Embroidery G8c to 8300 Lace Waists trimmed with Cluney Paul Medallions SO to 812 Silk Waists 398 to 810 Come and sec them t s R SP Ail 4 We have just received a case lot of Childrens HoseThe famous JHuckFinn Brands IThey are splendid wearers regular I 25c values all sizeSISpecial Price 19b Per I Pair Our line of Ladies Hose is also complete including everything from the plain lOc Hose to the Embroider ed Lisle Thread Hose at 50c per pair a sm- armHUE tL M 7 CO t Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House tSTANFORD KENTUCKY L Just One More Shopping Day Before Easter f If you wish to bo well dressedon Easter morn visit us tomorrow Weve iIsuits from the shops of tho best makers W E Perkins W B McRoberts tlKentucky 1STANFORD Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Tarnishes 1NtiNzPEKSONAL supervision given toall Prescriptions compounded l n J t T F Li rThe Interior Journal I Entered in the PotlOffict at Stanford U teeanddast matter TXTE3DAVS AND B1UDWTCSUSHBD AT 100 PER YEAR CASH STWhen not to pi2oo will be chargel1 L N TIMETHBL I No SlHouthllSllM- NostHoutii I J Nolor1I4 l A Jxo K North JIii r v JOS S RICE Agont NOTICE I thrlIII of IrinkiflITo those do1rtnRJ elllnnowVntcr I alItr OIyzuplfln pr1flgl lin ot O Ii water for 5Jon Wnter price now for for It lIietY ItnllonI fIIOWticket prlCv tlclwtlllrIre for cnlh 1ottltR or-ownfurnish hl5tod purchnlt K M HIMH 1ror 10 ILutonvIiIe Rj- r t A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owslcy Building INSURANCElAte ind lire Lightning the i4T1IOQEbT and Reprnented lowet P01 BJ8T Pates oompnnl Pnlnlt Hee erdlDnequallcd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence lboue No S- iD L SMITH DEALER IN General Merchandise and Country Produce CILBERTS CREEK KY t Two Farms For Sale a I with to sell privately uiy form of iTt Bcreifi mite Wen of on the Lei It II well IlIIprov1 Rnd ha ilenty of water and timber fenced arid in good reimlr of 100 acresAlto nn unimproved fnrm lying midway Iwtween Uincnster and IAX Good outlet each Wetiniton pikeq lanced Terms reasonable TIUJoltlUNO- larltlbury Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD Ky Special Attention Inn Commercial Men tugs at Itcusonublo Hulvs E l Stock Pone In Connection GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU bu readymade clothing when there Ii so little difference In the price of ready made suits and n suit made to your nieasun taken by un ejiierleneed tiillort I have a hnnclsomo line olHprlng Hummer goods can make front a low price business suit to the Onestdresi suit o Overcoats Trous ers and Fancy Vests The company I rep resent Is second to notio- II 0 IIUPLKY The Tntlor- i4tnntordKy JflMES M PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEAIZB IN Building Material of till kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build ders1 Hardware Paints Oils Etc I sianufaoturti concrete blocks for building purposes and do all kinds of con crete work Prices on application e 1Xt 8T Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnessjSatldlery C STANFORD KENTUCKY Ofieo Phone 187 Rome Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRuga The will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT J D Eads hast 75 and 100 hogs from cholera IFOR SALn12 shoots weight about 140 pounds C W Lovell near Saul ley C S Cummins sold to W L McCni ty his pacing mare Mollie Winks for 175 Robert G Evans of Danville sold to I C James of Harrodsburg a fine trotting mare for 500 Ripe peaches are being gathered in Louisiana Thq past winter has been the mildest In 30 years Fort SALE Eleven twoycarol mules eight of them mares and three horse good ones J W Hughes More land Four finely bred yearling Jersey bull for sale Colors quality and breedin the best Will be sold cheap for cash F Reid 4t See JD Eads Stanford befor representsIfield Tenn American Wire Fence and all kind of farming Implements time cement plastering etc for sale Hunn t Co trey Moreland Ky Lou Dillon the i worlds champioi trotter has dropped a filly by the champion wagon trotting stallion Join A McKerron It out to be n speed oneAt J D Taylors sale in Casey sheep brought 850 hogs from 5 to Sc con 285 cattle from 850 to 28 mule from 40 to 127 horses from 78 to 114John W Webb of Perryville bough 70 hogs from F T Logan at 6c Deliv cry is to be made April 15 and the bunch will average about 175 pounds Herald Hundreds of thousands of pounds of tobacco have been received in Mason county during the last week and the A S of E warehouse will not receive any more in the winter order Charles S Cummins has sold to J D Steenbergen of Crab Orchard hi farm of 60 acres adjoining Dink Farme and known as the Martha Martin farm for 1000 Mr Cummins will move to Western Kansas According to the Kentucky farme and Breeder 26 American jocekys nov riding in Europe are paid salaries rang ing from 5000 to 50000 per annum or an average of 13272 The salary of L Lyne of Lexington now in Eng land is 15000 As a result of raids by night raider planters in the darktobacco districts of Kentucky and Tennessee arc in a stat of unrest and nonassociation grower are arming themselves to protect their crops Plant beds have been mine and tobacco taken from barns and dc strayedHugh Thompson sold Calvin Carper ter a combined horse for 180 Gcorg Williams sold Lee Wesley a pair of mules for 385 P W Goodesold J F Russell his fine young jack Hubble for 500 E H Kidd sold a work horse to G W Toms for 10550 bought a com bined mare from Lincoln Wells for 151 Casey County News Your attention is called to the description and pedigree of Lincoln Chief the great stallion owned by Reii Hundley Danville Ho was named for Lincoln county and is almost as good n horse as this is a county Hi owners claim that Lincoln Chief is thi bust bred and best gaited saddle stal lion in Kentucky See him before you breed The 2000 verdict in favor of Noel nines In his damage suit against Editor W P Walton and tho Kentucky State Journal is about tho greatest outrage we have read of for quite while After hearing the vidence produced by Mr Walton bearing on Gaines eputation the Anderson county jury nust have tried the case on other rounds to arrive at the verdict rendered The evidence did not warrant It ivingston Banner Gentle and Effective A wollk own Manitoba editor writes As an Inside vorker I find Chamberlains Stomach and Liver ablets Invaluable for tho touches of lllousness natural to sedentary life their actiqn being gentle and effective tearing the digestive tract and the hea Price 25 cents Samples free at all druggists Mrs Kate Wilson is supposed to be tho only woman professional lobster atcher in the State of Maine Mrs Vilson has a boat whose motive power is a fourhorse power gasoline engine and she is making a success of her business There has never been a case of typhoid fever or appendicitis known to develop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used con tantly because it keeps the whole sys tern in perfect order Do not be imposed upon There are imitation Crab Orchard Sails and Water on the market ask your druggist for Whites Genuine Diamond Brand Mr William Goddard escaped death at Georgetown by suddenly stooping ov er to catch a chicken Astray bullet arted her hair and would have killed her had she been standing at the time Phillip Clements of tho Clements ville section of Casey is dead aged 82 I j TO THE LADIES OF McKINNE I desln to sn to tho Indies of MoKlnm nml vicinity that nni prepntvU to sen then In tbo Millinery line with the lat eat nml newest fashions I cordially 111110 your patronage MH T II HISnLBVOX McKlnnoyiKy DORSEY GOLDDUST 1205 One of Kentucky Inlit prnlanrs brothiir to Kitolio JtlOi Kllcn Holddiit by tlolddiut Ift by Verim tlrglII 111m h ZiltntiI Iii erttMt Ani blnn stnlllon nOrM y OolddiutV dnm I Klorvncn by loldin JIliiKO Olilft n uf lairs Mortjiin mnUIng him nn Intinaily III brett lhlrltlln II cIII1111 rum Ju tln Mo Knnonlxith IUo the list fll III IIIofhorses known jorey lolthlut tint nnd ligtIs 19 U ofIllghChlSMInlE I qua nnd art In ituinnnd topprlwii Wllliuiik tile lClIlOli nt my Ior Hn ford on itutonviliu pike ntaTUINHlK A COLT kept nt 11 cents per week No nl uponslblllty for nccldonU or u enios Tile bosl of nttentlon given Alto lit salin PittCt will innkn lie preset enon with u lino ar5e younc luck iii DcvudlnK from Tom Kwm nnd Joe thud burn the tkt of mule jocks lit SO IN Hll1tt MtLtUOIeT V UKIIJ Dnnvlllo Ky GALTON29JO KlnM by dninbetta Wllk12II H with with mconU trout hi in JUi ofnlmml tube the grentftt klraln tile world Iit dnm Unlsy KliId ipmnddnm of 3 with tv cords of front 217 to Knlleld 111 ton or llnmbletonltin l0 III by Kwliv Aiuurlcnn star KntUUl 49 linn 8 sa hi nllghltf iuit III In 5or LItur fmlmQuickstep by Kentucky IrlnuH Jr sire of J tl 21T3t iCiIIoitlltle s33 Rflth the daitta is In the SSU iit Srd tiutiti ll1d Joo MIre or tilt tinlil ofjQ 2i Onlton cnrrUMi the blood of four lendln tnmllle llnmbletonlnn Vllku Mnmbr lioOhlef nnd Mecleys AmxrlOMU Mtn- rGnlton te n dnrk tiny bundi breed lnrge line style action piwtti aud tv Only Gof hll colt bnve been worked n short time for ipeed One took a nmrk se othr eIt1 trill troll 25 to Jls Son of them out or it itnndnr brod notre Ills colts hnve gone not lull ilerenteil the let In linrn s clu e null roadster rliiRs one of his colts hnvliiR won n ITS premium nt the Huotonvllln fair over t best Ills art In great demnnd nml nno bringing the hlgheiii prlctK ninny of then telling uli nnd over Comment h un IIC IIr nn he Iso well known 1m hnvlm mndenllorhlsoenMinunt my plnce Unltoi will ntnnd ill m ntntile 3 tulle Wmt or HIM tonvlllo on tilt IlnnlfonUvllIi Pike nt To Insure n JtvltiR Colt Money due If mur II tflutiNi after iKliiB bred Iniss after Aprl lit Uili per month Omi keep mnros will young colU KuHtnite from thoxe that Imv not culls Ilione In nnildence W M IMJDI Huslonvllle Ky Qreatland 1408 Greatest sonof ItlRhlnnd Denmark TaM let dnm Cntherlne Denmnrk by Knyetl flenuuunrk 01 Inddiim TnttleHby Mnmoni itentuuaurk rs SnI dnm by Until Imke Ureat Innd lii the sire of the chnmplon yenrllni saddle ttnlllon or 1900 Jack Htnrlirlgbl Kill many other premium winners lrentlnn Is eight year old IS Imndt hlgli weighing 1203 pounds ttnr and snip two white bind feet He lint toot situ welRht nnd fiction thnll any saddle talflon In KentuckyHighland Denmark2nd i4irttt by Itlghlnnd DonmnrkTan I1st dnm Allle Wllkes Sod dam by mak HoulrrvlltSrddain by Mark Diamond 4tn dunn by n Thoroughbred HlghUiix Denmark Xnd Is n liny otulllonh star nOli snip and will lie full 10 Koohi Preston 922 Hired by Wnshlngton W ill dam Hello by Ilodurlek Soul dnm tiy n Denmark bore Ireston has met and de tented nil tho show hor of his nnd hn proven lilmteirii grmit brvwlerof tilljhclnu saddle iiiiti liarnoss horso- sChester Chief Hired byOhotler Dare M 1st dom by lIed Ohlef Ohmter Ohlef Is n red twirrel stnllltm toven yenrs old la hnnd high with plenty of hour tine rtyle nnd ho tlon Jay Wig Trotting ktnlllon Mired by Wiggins lIt dam by Jay hint Jay Wig U n noah home foaled will lie 19 linmln high nut to weigh 1210 iraunds Koaled General Wood 850 tII Dr McOord lit by lot WoiMlm let dHin ninditone fteiitrnl Wood la four years old block with white polnWt lift luutods high good hone uK kugtti Itlll nore natural troll abAn tiny UlnK JWk Jf Imvr a gooil lenuet nnd would like to lived tn tint bust Jack In Kentucky ltw l to Jenernl Wood The above stallions nnd jack will ktttltll On lit l rent land Plftec near I xlnitou wlllllum catalogue giving term pis uro of Jack t mrbrlgnt on application J K tOOK A K7Greathituuti DARE ALL NO 2086 The combined stallion will make n limit season 1UT at l awn Mere Htock Farm mile West of Hustouvllle Ky on the inuirordsvllle A HiiHtonvlllo pike neni iarienterVHtatlonat IIAto Insure u living colt Mares trailed or jHirted with forfeits IlIsurnnclI und money iHcomes due nt time of such transaction Men retained on colt ill ecuntoul Mares grazed at KM II uonth oraln ted If dvuttrtih at reasonable ates Illlls must bo liald Idfore rumoval of nines ftlurus entriuKnl will receive my wrsonul attention hut we will not bo re ponslble for accIdents orescnpos nE CIIIITION1olllell In lutt lunatic ilgudark bay without front and relit fiMit hlte star A model of great liwauty with hort buick long neck deep wellsloping houlderH nnd wllh great t ono would ixnoct from reading lull pedigree boil one fet nod legs wonderful xtamlnii tt racil by halter under muldle hint In anioNs with that graceful movoinont that doug to him by Inheritance fromv n long Inoof the most famous nnrostry ut saddle orsiig the world has ever prodvctil PKIIIOUKKK Hlre l by Dignity Dare S5 Vol I II It he by tr Daro lheby IlinckHiUlrrel6S linby Jlluck Ka Itlu 71 ho by KinK William n1 he hy Wuih Iruztnn Jknunurk SI lie hvOrdn ituuuuuurk he by Deli nuuurk f lit dam Fit a lo JTJy by ltid Htiulrrtl U Suit dwrn by Mol IIuCtood hy King WllllHiu 3rd dam bu lovoniiortH Oliver Th Dignitys llrst hilil- h Vhciuiuuoiu 1117 A r lI It hy WII IIl1m Vrlelu lii hHlIk Itnlllblonlllll llIIlllulII by AlxlsllHh Messeniirlrddam by GIIIII Vermont IlKMAnKi In ITorlnj tin ervlces of aroAlltii Hie Hii ik I tnK ooruolon to ate vltliout p uiuptlontliiit have lean II hrIr 411i luiuillrr i Inucy wnltlie horn pr i rulllpclrltn tuullllt t know niiJ iiir lhuif n lilgli IlNM one 1111 Alii IH rI I or Ilireul Ilullltnk- InJ lnMhnv anti 01011 unluilil resu t of mlnu tli vry umroi with the fore 131 iiHluni he Htiitu hat HlTorUed Ill- rtIIIJ ulMiut per cent of King William UHxl a gruutr wr cent thou nny stallion In vrvU0 In thy Htittf King William bolng gardeil us pricmlnent for fancy saddle nUll linriHsH horxon luiro All Mlre by the now coming funious Dare he In turll by heater Dare following n long lIt- of dims every one a grrut show horse out 01 mures that were equally us famous us ahow marc unit lute dam nllnlo Me thu rontest show mare wu over owned having r1I1I1 LX for her wu think ulltltll him to thu careful CMiiildorutlon of all pro3i oo tlva breeders We think hun thu grandest Ihow horse Bee ilm before bonking your mltroV 0 K OAHIKNTKU riionelnresldenceHuitonvllloKxcluiugo A Nice Home for Sale I ilo lfo to sell my IioiiM anti lot In Orlll Orchard ifi rooms olio ncnt of liiml 1110 barn iiiul nil necessary outbuildings Ntw u lad In Hood Shut lK Abundance OIIlIlItfruit Welt on buick Iureh- J U HTNFN iiKiMiKX Crab Orchard KING EAGLEN- o avu- Voio A II It Kninloitio hnliU high dark laiy with flowing mane ii nit tnll gus till tile giiiu with plenty ot iiHiil Itylo tudlio- niKDinhttrHirtMI by Koyiil tfUi ht by On Time 715 hi by Htnnownll Jnekso nonl KIIIttl 1st data iilhla 110111111 iCAl was by tin noted sire JnbUilli laxlni ton 114 KIIIK IugIes 1st dam IllpiHTb Hagto ill at Wit lie by tM King llfiali- TrA Illnlll by lint Ilon Hnlilum by Hlnro hentuunrk h h1 lIlIlr8 leuuhuunrk 41 HI1 ilnui by Jim Hell Ihoroughhrod it It1llolhhis rolls vllUliov for thomselviM King Kt Kle will make the iirvsnnt sounon of Ilir nt our stable two nml onelmir miles West of Stanford on the HIioliiyiMtyplkont the III price ot fit TO OOIT Will also stand till ttrcnt mulo lack J JM KHKNK sired the great Hilly Keflni First ilntn b till Imp Jolla Wells Iml dm JimKeonols l84 liuuiU htgl hIIhtlht white points a groat uftiln Junl Jim In will Mrvo innrv nt TO WllK A MV1MI OOl- TASHLAND BROOK No 41WU Vol A Tn 114 bred by 1In thicken leorgvtown Ky AMlllANI ItllOOl was foaled Inn solid tiny with left hliul foe while Mil tuli 1B4 Immu high- JKnlnhhhtflHin4l Hllont Ilrook Ni IdfiW record 5Itt4 tiro of Mllrgnnot llnthante4llv Itle Ilrook till fli1111J1IhrlOk lTb JllIIll lIok11I 5i7- glIiitt t3tono tt Iy flrook tit 11- 1IIIIIIIIInllinK iirook 3 h tho sire of Hoarchllghl itrlgluttlghut rc H nml Vnlnn Diirknlght sired by Alcvoiie No SW rvcon 157 Ashland Itrooks lutdnin nunn Wrei by AMiland Wilier st1 record stilTVi thfl sIre of John It Ufiiirj iioiS 1IIIp tiilai MM Ashlnml Vilkae sired by Itml Wllkoi ITIII he by leonni Wilkes rod ilnm Hlil Lilly by Pretender lilt 3rd ilmu by Jim UonrooKn NotK Ashland Brook Ii n hnndnome M low with loin nf substance linn n Iohd wn nf going with lots of speed style and action Till 01 should sPa ome very highclan horses Ashlnml Ilrook will rri n rw out lli mnrri this season nt IITO INHUltH lIVINU l1UIT Will also stand the great mulr loud jruiir tack HI MA KKKNKnt Sill for mnr nm ss3 for ennet TO INHITIIK A IIVINI HltT Hilly Kewm was unit by Tom Krone It mm bv the Imp lnlermo Jm dnni II I4 vl IIul b r Irlnev the lre of Joo Illurkburn unit llrlaimlht Keen tnrnl full in hmi l hlllek wIllwith ix lnt nnd nun lnvnler Is uniurpnuKH u mule or Jf nnet jack till colts uulwnv brine lull thu hlRlmt prlci Mares trnditl mrt rd wltli or bred el whvrt forfeits thus basin mice noel money IwromtM duo nt tli time 01 such trnnMctlon For further imrtlculnrtcnll on or mlilrti H T ii AiiuiH uoirr WOOH- HIlione thingS Htnntonl Ky Lincoln Squirrel lied 4pnrotclIhlck potntcI6 hand tllllfKIIIMItet In high mounted n bred horse but I me him only In heroes nnd n more jierfect Statues horse I Imv never teen CUll step very fnntwlth extrem high nctlon nil nroiiud nnd I think him to beonvof th bettitnlllori III the Htnte to breed to to sat good lilRholu wnlktro nnd tiiiflcs horses that will bring yoi fancy price lilt llm llnUli and hitCh ttyl sUrpelI4Is nny hnrnetn liars that can l found Ills manner grace nnd ente wouli win for him III nny mimtmny He bnd twi cults foaled best tar IHIIIK lund nt u two yenrold I own one of them and Pnn thin you ns good a colt asniiylKxty by nny hors good enough for a wlllnt- 1FIIIIIIFKIllIloln Huulrrol was b Marion Kiiulrrel lH he by Hlaok squirrel IY It hy IllUk JoCnlth7I s iy Kiiug WII- Ihllll fit Mtirion tiuIrrolS ht danuu iuyOeai Moutitnln Jiid dnm by Hughes Kdwln For est Lincoln H iutrrel lot thou Knte 3ltas sender b Me unger lIreezmi Saul dom full- brolhpr to ilnude Mestvngor record fIlII- ml dnm Marln I enauw bv Manubrir o Star light llrolhr to fnety Tort fUll 3r1 elijah Mollle Crow by Helms YorkhlrI- IIRtk Hnulrrer iirand tire Is th sire 01 more uold tilgliolii saddle homes thnr nny other horse In tin world stuck IA High land ileuuuuunrkbutr Ill iinl Hqnlrn and many others Will milk the teuton fll lull nt III wile barn In Htnnfonl nt llfl to Insure i living colt Money to due Whit colt U foaled or amino parted wit- hJOE BROWN JR1 In lirawn with three white feet spot In fore bend and snip on note IM hiiml iult4 the mtrtt Ixnut If ul color mark that Iursva MWII liv nmn tjrvuraoli antI It H ierFeet SMMh horse rmiu ewry slMmlMilntba a liwautiriil siiddle horse head iwrfeel countenHiiwniHl very Intolleetiml nleewir long niiuy itiek uuuouiutti well II shocul tiers U ery Imiivy said clewp through henrt witS hrHuttiul wntMl ihouhltr with very short buick Kfwxl couplliiK KKMl sound hlm with hOarier iliinl l Uine with u twrrwtly trim Mt of IIIIHI bus more stylo hnll nnyliody llOrAII limd fliNt tflll alunys In tliMTlght ptne never nee ls nnythlni to ndd to hub looks anil ernn tMit hIs nuturnl form JOt Brown Jr Is n iwrrect Lypt uueitiibirc from very point and as you will isp rrtnn linr IbM lxtt rons inviTbridniHl Inn tvery that tiny Kentucky Nfl II horse In the world ietea is and rrom n flatfoot walk on is lrrlClt a lid Is a very hut Indlvldunl Joe thrown Jr wns shown Inxt season In tin threerciirold form staid never railed to year the lilun In his own olH nnd won iiinny swi islnko premiums with the hut luiil horses In Kentucky us iomrxtllnriiand t Kk xriiit lus In ituliotlniz nnd ImyliiK this lino Middle stulllon for tie ray frIends lItron and tnnreownern they cnn rnbfIoOIIIthllll that will meet till Imnniul ror It imiT was greater nor the trite hliihiT the ii now fur oo l hlKhcln s alted nail wiiJktrot liomoH lund that Is Just trlint you will rnle If you mire or the Itt of JOK 1IIIOWN IK not horses that foil can still from SUU to tlEO lint you can cli froth plIl to Ioro It italic Id html roIl trly carod for Thor Is nothing In prnlse or his grout stnlllnn that nnv one could tint h Is not worthy or Tills younij stat ion will serve n nnmlxr tiuiresnt nv mU Iwirn lit SIMI to Insure n llvlnii col- tf11 retained on colts till seuon mon y Is hueItrowuu Jr is sired by lid Illrd lie by Joe llrown ho by IIM hy Old UxliiKton tliorouih1XIIiAlonrlie hr by old On line he by fllouewnll Jiuknon Sad ilmn Vuitiuitugttuui Dehmiirk- I t us riininlwr that In that limdlng hero Is combination or thrw of the best BddlH lmr o tnilns thnt Kentucky nlTonU S greeter sire or Middle horses has over chit thutun Onieiiellue xlllltmOIl Inuuind WnsltliiKton Iieninnrk lThslr get nlwnys Ixtm known thrbiiRhout worblu the ttrontcttt show horseii nnd the est thut cilia Roxsye Will also ntnnd n mule jack U hniuli hlllh wllh Hood weight and bone Hired by laid well s Old Hunt one oMho largest lucks Centurky nlTonls nnd ls out of one Unld WIIlr1II11I1I1 jennetH Hoxsyn luns proven ilmnelf a lino mulo Jack II miide last on In this county and lullS two colts nlIOil horse mule colt lest than It hours old old for sin The other Is a borne mulo colt nloo his owner refused 175 for him when IM than a week old noxyo will stand at till smiill sum of ts to Insure n living colt VIII miiko till iirosent season nt my Mnll- lIIIIrli In Hlnnrow Money due when colt Is lulled or mare parted LIen retnlnrJ OUllllntIlIllOIlY Is Mares Itrnz11- nt on tIM per mniitli Not responsible for no Idunts escapes but full canto taken to prevent any JAMKH It IIKAZLKY Hlanford Ky e Dignity DureN- oIp5Vol5A It U MnhoKitny buy blnck point whU onl llIhIIIIOUIIIInnd huh gllool suck with luing cnuivv tell snUg neck Well wt in liou Idem n stuittili horM hrad ear him n model under halter nlwiiyi blut string In mo lel rliid KiM iat tw when ihown nRnlnut hU own gut ntylrln tinrneM n how harM iiirv one year old won nil honor In tiU WItllkl8yiarold hI wniihown II tlmm mil U hunt itrlngn him never UHIII defimtetl libby hnrneii nlwitys lvnvictor In tnlllon stoke tllilf ft when ihown with thr or more of huls for slip Iyie nuid j1IO1K1 nnd for utli Purposes llM n middle with live illtllnct unit lust line a II nicker good iii two wsks nod n files lON very iottvv In hi trot under Middto nnd hnriipu great all nriiutid ncllou his to iliilred for nn uptodnle tire of high wile lioriwi for uuldle or hunriuces lleli urn enough hnrimn hors Mrnpeful s14 nnd taut entu show eighth l n IrtN cult with but little liundllilK did lint fall one year ago sifter tervlHK SI mn In tilt iprliiK II Is W of nerve moat lIestl noiiRh to Ret n trotter lnrghuuindsouuueitn get eorrlRgr liorw with a kindly dIItlon for nil purpose of n fuuiuulli horse It ho hors to iircu parkers sihishu lrottul uhotnnH nlld docility It hiti given up by hor eiiien ttunt Ucme or mOlt uniform breiders In Kentucky tyie hUcsiltinftT hlniMlf Imt never a sorrel colt The moot protltnble horse the rnrmerund iiimll breeder III produce the hors which erve the Wiliest mnge Purposes well III cults utre how cults hlf very hlxheit tyin blue string IllIIw trout hit oldest to tin rounvett Hi or colts lmv Ixen ofTerrd for mid old ftir rnwof Mlfiiind till nvrnK age of U lyenri 7 month dny- 1KHKIHKK Hlrril by riieitrr I are H II It he by lllnrk Hiilrrl lie KtuU 74 h1y Klmt Wllllnm tt nnhinittou Ih ntniirkul h by Unln hIIk In Iii rut hor Ihnmnrk lv Imp iVdyfoid M iillyii s itiont tunel t No CW7 A t he by Wllllnm Welch 511 lie by ItHinliletoiiInn iii Infinity HO 0 Is by AUIullnh dom Vermont 4tu ilmn ThoroiliilibrtU nut dmn Iniillnv by Almoul revu IHgntty Imrv will mnke tIme ton Itiif kt my Ulil In Hu tonvll Kr to Inur n ItvlH oit wfwll ulIll prove iimtv In fURl traded or reinatMt forfeit Iniurnncii lieeomit due iiixl iitunt bv uud of sU11I trnnvictlon Mnr Rrnied lltr unoiuttu Hiatt bill to ie lt1110111 or tulane 0mb ted ruutul Murr entruttvtl to lillt V my Irutual nttentlon but I e reliouiIhlu nFcliUnt or qI 1hOfie in reldiie nil us IAltlHMTKK hIIIIInLk I Bird 40566Ihorse iHtuvlllfKr fonlid l5 byeciiuiut hlf I fYIlold with records of IJIlI or by icluluilu sire or In list 1 Illnlle lull sister to low sir out IIIUlloIUI tire or t W Ilk 2s ViIkia sIr of II with nrordi or 10 or Iwttor Kltle nvUtlniu of lord Humrnll ilownn 1 laV sire of umIllQrlu1Iro iHlle Wllke I au KrniHlnmtif I npt Cheek fill tllory S U IIIIII lou thrice T tiv sIrs of Al fll Hy liii WltkenSKi No UW iTS amid tirrof till dams of nT thou Kin Itnvls lib tlsuuu of one pro soul and Brand dan Lord Humrnll OUlll1I1I lM Ktlle Hell ill srnml 70 lIkes aa le2anehet II sIre of loldimllh Uld fit 111k dnm by Crocketts Hellfonnder Illrtl Wets tHwl hy the teells for n two horw ll ft IS biindt high uood nnd nudU the kind nf bor e to itrvnl to hlmlltln IIIIIIl HHlAIUKNTKH Iluitonrlllo Ky Lincoln Chief 2566 Vol VI S H R By Bourbon Chief 976 by Harrison Chief 1606 Drown colt ij 2 bands high foaled 1905 Owned by Held Huqdley Danville Ky dam Nellie IrewUt 3430byHmcoo 2- 4t2damby Diamond Denmark OS Jdomt by Cr-uieder4dambyOrayEagle Lincoln Chief hat no superior at anjndftfitaal and few equals In breeding with little handling shows Apo action graceful and distlnat salt with great promise as a combined horse of high type lie U a full brclher le Choctaw Chief that sold last year for 7onml It sired by Uxubsn Chief who hat produced moro highpriced horses than any living sire of saddle horses being the sire of Itmily champion atr World Fair Montgomery Chief and RtMirbon King beth unbeaten and the highest priced saddle alalliao known and alto KmernM Chief Choetaw Chief Doiand Chief nil celebrated and one of the Longworlh pair casting Jliooo anti many others selling for phenomenal prices even yearlings ii high at looo Lincoln Chiefs dam has also proven her merit by producing four higholaisi talltoos and her sire Kos and Tennessee No breed of saddle orcoo is noted as a producer both In Kentucky combined horses rank with this family today Trace this colts blood lines back on sires tide to Harmon Chief by Clerks Chief and Lathams Denmark lo Washington Denmark on to old IMIfoander tim running wonder and on dana side back through Uoscoe Diamond Denmark Crusader to old Gray Ilagle the chief of his ago and foundation for beauty speed and endurance Where U a supniorto he found in breeding Lincoln Chief will make the jirosent season ai the Fair Grounds Dan villa Ky at 525 to Insure Colt Mares from a distance will be grared at lOc per day or fed on grass reasonable ax preferred Careful attention assured but not responsible for accident or escapes REID HUNDLEY Danville Ky Screen Doors Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Garden Tools Garden SeedsIPlow Gear cf at Bottom Prices at Qeo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware and Groceries Main Street STANFORD KY Musical Instruments J Having jiurcliused tho bueiiicsa of J B Finlay wo can furnish you with everything in the lima iQal line Grnphophonos all prices String In etrumonU nil kindd Sheet tusic Records Etc Pianos anti Piunolus of the best nia kcs HUGH MURRAY k iJTheJ ki tu 4p