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F t r r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ItVOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 31 1907 NO 26 1 I CHURCH MATTERS Hov Charles Connor Brown of Lan caster Ky will preach at Walnut Flat next Sunday at 11 A M 1Intho Trigg Circuit Court Mrs Ida was granted a divorco from her husdand Henry Burgess about 9 oclock and at 10 oclock tho smmo day she was married In tho clerks office to John P Majors Tho oldest Protestant church In England Is the Moravian Recently tho London congregation celebrated the- 450 anniversary of Its organization This was held In the samo building where John Wesley experienced his wonderful change of heart According to figures compiled by tho census bureau at Washington a divorce minutes during vhritsdivokgrantedeery In the United States the average for the last 20 years and census officials tho number is In creasing at an alarming rote Relief from Rheumatic Pains I suffered with rheumatism for over two years II says Mr Holland- Curry o patrolman of Key West Fla Sometimes It settled In my kneos and lamed mo sq I could hardly walk at other times It would bo In my feet and hands so I was Incapacitated for duty Ono night when I was In severe pain anti lame from It my wife went to tho drug storo hero and came hack with u bottle of Chamberlains 1aln Hahn I was rubbed with It and found the pain had nearly gone during tho night I kept on using It for n little more than two weeks and found that It drove the rheumatism away have not had any trouble from that disease for over three months For sale by nil drUggUU Tho average non to tho statistics drinks almost 100 times as mush wino as tho avurago English man and France although the greatest country In the world actually imports more wino than It ox paraLincoln Squirrel ltott hn y l si Moak p Inlst6llnthl hUh nml full imwlc limvy iiinm niwl tall ROOI l011tlphnlhllwlrk nml iliu nifbwrll l In MKli commnnl brwt hoar but t Ue him only In ImrnoM nnd Mnrn n Ontlaflpvlryifut with bor rxtnlie II nil iirouml think him to iVonot tlc1utatnllloua lit the Hint to nUl Im tuluwiltorwI that Nlll Iorlllil wnlklrotou fancy price JltI nap IliiUUwml lilxli style Urim f any linrneo hoar plot Mil I found 111 IIIn 1111 r graft and ru would- win for hull in nay uoinimny lo hnd two enrwwIlown onrof them nnll conalmw you a i aa11 a roll tinyl xly 1X any hors for n winner I snbsasgIInbinw1utrrlwitalrwl IoJ Ibebyltlnekkngle71In b lilllil 1tll 11187 dnlll InMountain fnJ ilnm by Hugta Kilwiii For ff Unrotn HlUlrrrl Ut dam ante Meitoniir by MWMMIKT llrwie full brother to Muhb MMWIIHIT rroord r161 mf Iam Mnrla ivimuwliy MnmlirliiaHlnr light a full hrotlor to churn 511 got lnm Molll trow by llflmn 1urkldn Illnek n tilrrvr gmiul sin u the alrw of more nol d liluHrlnM altldlp licirw Ihnn- Iai711wbuiturkilhra ar IktnslGtaMiUlrrI unit ninny ollim muke ill HMIII nt 1W1 at inv nIp born in Mtnnfonl nt llfi tu limiren 1IIiK ton Stormy U lu wli n colt li ftmlnl or man ported wi- thJOE BROWNt JR It brown with tlirw whit fart pot infinv html 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never wa1 rtCI nrfr tho highr Ihnn now for goad hhtbolnMS- IIIIeel nut wnlktrot horses nml Unit If Just what bU Will ruill It you Inkcnlt of the uetof JUH HIIOWN JU not hums that you ran son trout SIIU to Ur but you can- salt Irolll V ttolalrlIf hllllll1ll1 and nrop erlv cnrwl for flllr1M nothing In prulin of thus great utiillloii that ono could miy Unit hu U not worthy of Tlilt young snil lion will nerve n limited number of miirnint my xule Uirn nt Ill to liuuro n living cult Men ivtnlned on rolls till bIlliOn money IS IKiHOMKKJoo llrown Jr It Mrwl VMl lllnllie by Jw llrown ho ly Oablwll1 by Old Uxlimton tliorpiiijh1JlIIIII1I1ho l y TiilinnKe he Time he by Htonewull Jiukton end ilnm by IIhlllll11 lIentutrk J1 us remamlMtr lint tu lint ImtilliiK thon lficoiilbliintlon of tlireo of tho Uist 1110 hone lrnln thnt Kentuoky uiTonl zo IIrlRItr air horlltl hllf tJr111 rool Id IIlItlllnhhlnlCJlIIIHOIlOIl Tlliui nnd Wn hay nlwnri Inani knuwit iromlionl Ito world in the crvntost show honoi the hunt that cull hIt Roxsye Will also Ktnnd n goal lido Jack IS ImiiU high wltli oootl weight nnd iMinu Hired h OiiUlwoir Ohl WIIIII one or thu largest JIII1t1 ICnntueky iiironlHnnd Itoutofonoof Culd wolli Hoxsyo him allhlnmolf alineimnieJneki He miido iion In this county and bits twocoltmilri dv One horM multi colt less lull SI hours old m ld for Iho other Imi hone mule colt also nnd bps owner refused srI for him when week old Itoxuyo will stnnd ut cultrhunted or muro with Ilou retnlnwl on colts mouth Notlro ponsIble Krniml nt flMst for ac cldenti nrese0ipa but full euro will w taken to jAMKsfi n1AZhlW Stanford Ky KENTUCKY Kentucky fair daughter of tho grand Old Dominion tho noblest Old Common wealth that dances iU eternal cotillion of glory in tho galaxy of this glorious union What majesty in your moun tains What sweeping grandeur in your flowing rivers What sublime beauty in your primeval forests I What sweet melody in your purling rivulets What fertility in your virgin soil t What possibilities in your glorious future When tho first little bandof pioneers lottyIprecipices alone would have deterred a less determined band gazed over this wide expanse of forests they wero in spired at tho grandeur of tho scene spread out before them Fair was the scene that lay before the little band which poised upon its toilsome way To view this now found land Forest streams and valleys spread Far as the eye could gaze Withsummer beauty oer them shed And sunlights brightest rays Flowers of tho fairest dyes Trees clothed in richest green And brightly smiled tho deep bluo skies Oer this enchanting scene I Such was Kentucky then With wild luxuriance blest Where no invading hand had been The garden of tho West Kentucky with this noblo descent from Virginia and rich endowment from the noble hand of nature and settled and subdued by pioneers from such no blo stock and admitted Into tho Union June 17J2 tho second horn of this oceanbound Republic WltIsuch grand original and bountiful gifts from nature tis no wonder she has ever led tho way and borne tho most conspic uous place on tho pages of history In the halls of Congress on tho bloody bottle field in the professions in tho civic walks of life in valor in eloquence in virtue and beauty she has ever shono with effulgent splendor no one to Imitate her but the grand old mother from whom she sprang Somo other States may rival her in some one production but in all that Is great grand and noble Kentucky surpasses them nit Her bravo men her beauti ful women her fine fast horses her cattle anti her swine and her unduin ting blue grass pastures arc tarfamed the world over Tia small wonder that tho Kentuckian migrating from Fayottc Bourbon or Crab Orchard to heaven be came dissatisfied and wanted to go back to his Old Kentucky Home The reverence of Kentuckians for patriotism and bravery is shown in the names of her counties Washington county for tho father of his country Jefferson county for the greatest and wisest political philosopher tho world ever saw Thomas Jefferson Madison for tho father of tho constitution Lincoln county for Gen Benjamin Lincoln who was scarcely less than Wash- Ington Shelby county for Gov Shelby the hero of Kings Mountain Wayno county for Gen Wayno Mad Anthony who told the Indians that if they violated their treaty ho would rise from tho grave and whip them again nnd they knew ho would do It too Pulaski county after Count Pulaski who camo from tho snow fields of Poland to fight bleed und to die at tho glorious struggle of Savannah Clay county after tho groat Commoner Henry Clay What a State Is tho grand old State in which wo live What a grand old Mother What a heritage Lot us ap ply ourselves and dovoto our lives to tho service of our Stato and show tho world wo arc worthy of such n Stato and such an ancestry and strive to make the star of her glory shino even bright er till tho last convulsive shock of ruthless timo shall bury the empires and republics of tho world in ono undis tinguished ruin Tho above was prepared by It II Bronaugh Jr for tho commencement exercises of tho Crab Orchard Graded School but for a cftuso not necessary to stato here it was not spoken My Best Friend Alexander Denton who lives on Rural Houto 1 Fort Edward N Y says Dr Kings Now Discovery is my best earthly friend It cured mo of asthma six yours ago It has also performed a wonderful cure of inel plont consumption for my sons wife The first bottle ended tho terrible cough and this accomplished tho other symptoms loft ono by one until sho was perfectly well Dr Kings Now Discoverys power over coughs and colds Is simply marvelous1 No other remedy has over equaled it Fully guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storm 60o and 61 Trial bottlo free Thcro has never been a casu of typhoid fever or appendicitis known to do volop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used con stantly because it keeps tho whole sys tern in perfect order Do not bo imposed upon There aro imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on the market ask your druggist for Whites line Diamond Brand genJ NEWS NOTES John Allen of Brcckcnridgo county was found dead in bed in Louisville Tho 13 year locust which mode iU appearance in 1891 is duo throughout tho South next month Thomas A Edison carries a dollar watch A European scientific society some Ump ago gave him one worth 2 700 It Is in his safe Corporation Counsel Ellison of New York City has filed suits to oust tho Consolidated Gas Co and constituent concerns and take away permits for the use of tho streets of tho metropolis During the term of tho United States Supreme Court which began last Oc tober and has just closed 133 cases were disposed of leaving 313 cases on the docket as compared with 305 last yearEight thousand persons viewed the body of Mrs William McKinley in the McKinley home at Canton The funer al services wero hold Wednesday after noon President Roosevelt attended tho burial- The investigation of tho New York police department in connection with the Gould divorce caso has disclosed no criminal evidence according to n statement made by Police Commis sioner Bingham Mrs James N Metcalf wife of the clerk of tho Covington Board of Edu cation awoke and found that she her husband and two small children had been chloroformed and that robbers had ransacked tho house Temperance forces took possession of Bowling Green a large crowd making a demonstration in the form of a parade and services being held in a tent Women and children joined in the pa rade in which 2500 persons participated Fifteen actions against Klaw Er langer for a total of 250000 growing out of the Iroquois Theatre fire in Chi cage were dismissed in the Federal court In New York City as a result of dilatory tactics on the part of the plain tiffs counsel Miss Julia A Sears 32 years a teacher of mathematics in Peabody College Nashville is the first Southern teacher to bo retired by pay as a result at tho beneficence ofAndrew Carnegie who in recent years set aside 10000 000 as a fund for such purposes County Judgo King ordered n local option election for Harrison county on Thursday July 18 The drys asked that it be held and presented a petition with 1600 signatures A separate elec tion on petition of tho wets will be held in Cynthiana the county scat on the same day- Troubles of the Hnrglscs at Lexington are not over yet Tho Common wealth may decide to try tho cases against Alex and Ethelbert Hargis charged with tho murder of James Cockrill and Judgo Parker decided that James Hargis and others must answer tho suit for damages for the murder of Dr B D Cox Because of the failure of tho Commonwealth representatives to attend court and tho lack of interest shown by the relatives of tho late Dr Cox in the cases speculation is now rife in Elliott county as to whether tho prosecution of tho Hargises and Cal conspiracy in tho assassinations in Brcathitt county will be pushed More News from the New England Status If nny ono has any doubt ns to tho virtue of Foloys Kidney Cure they need only to refer to Mr Alvin H Stlmpson of Willlntnantlc Conn who after almost losing hope of ro covery on account of tho failure of so many remedies finally tried Foleys Kidney Cure which ho says was just the thing for him as four bottles cured him completely Ho Is now entirely well and free from all the suffering incident to aouto kidney trouble G L Penny EgyptinnshavoA native who recently died left 100 000 stored in gold in his house and many of them possessed of wealth will borrow money at interest to conceal tho fact Large quantities of gold coin aro annually melted in Egypt and converted into ornaments Kidney colkills moro peo plo than any other disease This is duo to tho dlseaso being so insidious that it gets a good hold on tho system Before it Is recognized Foloys Kid noy Cure will prevent tho development of fatal disease If taken in time G L Penny In Bavaria each r lyon Easter Sunday brings to tho churchyard firo a walnut branch which after being partially burned is carried homo to tempestsasDisturbed the Oongregation Tho person who disturbed tho congregation past Sunday by continually coughing is requested to buy a bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar G L Penny IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Sim D Slaughter formerly of Dan ville is dead at Muskogee I T L M Gray defeated W W Tomp kins for the democratic nomination for assessor of Danville by ono vote John Burton a prominent young man of Madison was arrested charged with betrayal lie was released under bond of 1000 The charge was preferred by Miss Pearl Collins There is a persistent rumor afloat thut Danvlllo is to bo made tho head of a division of tho Queen and Cres cent Route and tho machine shops which have been located at Somerset are to be removed to this placeNews- Mrs Elmer Murphy was arrested at Pittsburg charged with tho murder of an infant found buried in the woods near there The babys head had been crushedand a bloody rock was found nearby It is said Mrs Murphy con fessed she was tho childs mother Adjutant General Henry R Law rence announces the appointment Dr Phillip N Foley and Stephen Vaught of Danville as first and second lieuten ant respectively of tho Danvillo com pany of tho Second Regiment The ap pointments aro mado to fill vacancies laugh T Smith a lieutenant of Co G is placed on the unassigned list of tho GuardProf Nathaniel Sewell who taught a successful graded and highschool at Crab Orchard was in our city Tues day shaking hands with friends We understand that Prof SewelFs services can bo secured to teach tho London Graded School and hopo tho people will take the matter up with tho trus tees and get them to make a contract with him London Local To place your u ina rack in dicates that it is about to changoowners an umbrella carried over a woman the man getting nothng but tho drippings of tho rain signifies courtship when tho man has tho umbrella and the woman tho drippings indicates mar riage to carry it at an anglo under the arm signifies that an eye is to be lost by tho man who follows you to put a cotton umbrella by tho side of n silk ono means exchange is no robbery to lend an umbrella may be interpreted I am a fool to carry an umbrella just high enough to tear out mens eyes and knockoff mens hats signifies I am a woman A Lexington saysBen Miller Osborne 17 years old and son J W Osborne a wealthy farmer of Scott county was taken in custody by the police soon after midnight on telephone instructions received from his other who stated that he had received information that his son intended to wed About half an hour alter the boys arrest the father dashed up to the police station in an automobile in which he had como at full speed from Georgetown and was soon listening to his sons denial and the two left for Georgetown Wouderful Eczema Cure Our llttlo boy hnd eczema for five years tt writes N A Adams Henrietta Pa Two of our homo doctors said bolngItors but no benefit resulted By chance wo road about Electric Bitters bought a bottle and soon noticed improve mont We continued this medicine until several bottles wero used when our boy was completely cured Dost of all blood medicines and body build lug health tonics Guaranteed atPen nys Drug Storo 50o In 1847 the United States Govern ment issued its first postage stamp a fivecenter with a portrait of Benjamin Franklin on it and curiously enough Franklins phiz has never dis appeared from our stamps For many years it has been the familiar green onecenterEditor regrets that John Pearl retires from tho Local just because ho will not have any ono to raise a fuss with One of our regrets in stepping down and out is because we will not have a chance to take an occassional whack at Bro ClarkLondon Local Chamberlains Colic Cholora and Diarrhoea Remedy There is probably no medleluo made that Is rolled upon with more Implicit ionlldenco than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy During the third of a century In which It tins been in use people have learned that It is tho ono remedy that never fails When reduced with water and sweetened it Is pleasant to take For sale by all druggists The British Empire hasanarea of 12000000 square miles a coast lino of 43000 miles and a population of 400 000000 A stone house is not so durable as ono of brick A brick house well con structed will outlast one built of ito grnnl GRIFFON UIIAND Snappy Clothes Griffon Brand all wool Guaranteed Clothes are lead ers Try ours and be convi- ncedSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY PurinaflBabyChickAnother Chick Feed just received Try it Everybody like it for little chicks W HStanfordHIGGINSJ the Lincoln bounty IlationalJBank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2300000 Undivided Profits 500000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Oivsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Sliituks Stanford AV O Walk or Stanford J 11 Paxton Stanford W H Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster II Cummins Ireachersville L G TraJorIGooch Wnynesburg Ky ATTENTION I Now is the time to get YOU a new buggy Call in and examine my stock before they are picked over Also have a full line of HarnessiPhone 174 E T PENCE rWomenA Stove with tho largest oven that you ever savrand some other extra good features combined with a first clnss range throughout makes this Stove hunt to beat If you are in ueed of a Cook Stove do not fail to see mo before you buy All kinds Pumps from 150 up to 8150 S H ALDRIDGE Stanford KentuckyJTinner and Plumber- S t 4 The Interior Journal E C WALTON J T ROBERTS s II ncandldatn for Magistrate In the Crab Orchard Magisterial IKtrlctullject to tl action of tlludenocrntlopnryJOHN cOllntlvubJectparty M BRUCE II a candidate for jfiiiii or Ullroln Iount subject to tliu nctton of the IHmiocratic party JAMES C HAYS Ii acandldnloforjnller of cmuri- subject to the notIon of the Democratic party D C ALLEN II n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party S A NUMBER of States arc to elect gov ernors this fall and the results in them will be taken as a forecast of the presi dentin and Congressional elections of next year Among these are enumerated Massachusetts Rhode Island New Jersey Maryland South Carolina Mis sissippi and Kentucky All these States have democratic governors except Mas sachusetts and New Jersey both o which the democrats have some hope o carrying The democrats hope through i tho division in the republican ranks in New Jersey to carry it and the recent victory in Baltimore seems to insure a continuance of democratic rule there Rhode Island is republican except as to governor and the result there for that office can not bo CorecastiAN Irishwoman 74 years old was arrested in Louisville Monday for the 1033d time each for drunkenness Poor woman She ought to be allow ed to finish herself or placed in an in ebriato asylumIJUDGE CANTRILL resigned as appel late judge as we stated last issue he should do and Gov Beckham appoint ed Commissioner John D Carroll in his place POLITICAL Washington county democrats hold a primary Aug 3 to nominate candidate for Representative- The Wisconsin Assembly passed with out opposition a bill prohibiting the use of tobacco by boys under 15 years o ageThe Wisconsin Senate has concurred in an assembly resolution for a legisla tive investigation of the lumber trust in that State Officials in Washington are hopeful that the proposed investigation of the Pullman Company will eventually re salt in cheaper rates Dallas Sanders one of the best known Democrats in Pennsylvania politics and a prominent attorney of Phil adelphia died at Atlantic City The Government has received bids for the printing and lithographing of the new map of the United States 25000 copies of which will be distributed to the people through their Senators and RepresentativesMayor Combs of Lexington in a hot card to tho public offers to resign if it can be shown that one dol lar of city funds has been misapplied as was charged in a suit filed by for merMayor Duncan It is said that the republican machine in Mississippi will not have a walkover in delivering the kind of delegation to the convention that the president desires The main source of trouble is said to be the Negro voter who is exhibiting a tendency to act independent ly of the machine At a meeting of Negroes in Washington vigorous protest was made against the candidacy of Secretary of War Taft and in a set of resolutions the Republican party is given warning to protest against the nomination of anyc man who says the enfranchisement of the Negro was a mistake The New York Senate by a vote of 38 to 8 passed the Assembly bill provid ing for a recount of the ballots cast in the McClellanHearst mayoralty election of 1905 in New York City One Republican voted with seven Democrats against the bill which is one of the measures specially urged for passage by Governor Hughes Under the construction placed on ther new liquor regulating law of Texas passed by the recent Legislature everyr license of a wholesale and retail liquor dealer in the State expires July 11 the date the law is effective and as it willt require 20 days to have the new license Issued it is held that every saloon and wholesale dealer in Texas will have to close for that time Senator McCreary is in Washington 1 for a few days to attend to some de i partmental matters for his constituent Tne Senator does not takoseriously the talk of aJSouthern man for the presi J dential nomination but insists that the tsecond place on the ticket ought to go South We have plenty of good men for vice president he said and it in time the South was being recognized in that respect I think of course that Bryan will bo nominated for the presidency and with things shaping up the way they are he ought i to win Washington special to Cou tier Journal W Rogers Clay of Lexington ha been suggested as Court of Appeals Commissioner to succeed John D Car rollThe name of Dr J W Fowler has been suggested to Gov Beckham as a suitable man for this position of Mayor 1tof Louisville John D Jarvis of Laurel county has announced for State Senator on the republican ticket Joseph F Bosworth of Bell has been announced some time Alford W Cooley just appointed Fourth Assistant Attorney General is a protege of President Roosevelt Coo ley is cleancut and a good mixer Iio Is 34 years old A F Harper of Fort Wayne aud itor for the War Department at Wash ington is being mentioned in connection with the vacancy in the commis- sionership of pensions to suceed Jolt WYerkesGov has suggested to the attorneys for prosecution and defense ins he Hargiscase now on change of venue at Sandy Hook Elliott county that they agree upon a lawyer as special judge in time ease and that ho will commission him to sit in the place of the regular judge There fellfonce ragged battalion is now in progress at Richmond Va A bronze statue of Jere Baxter promoter of the Tennessee Central Railroad was unveiled in Nashville President Roosevelt delivered an address in Indianapolis at the ceremonies incident to the unveiling of the statue of Gen Henry W Lawton =In an extended opinion the Court o Appeals holds that the change of venue granted by Special Judge Carnes at Jackson includes all the cases and not simply that against Judge James liar gisA man well up indog lore counsels intending purchasers of a puppy ithe t mother of the puppy choose for them In carrying them back to their- bed the first the mother picks up wit- always be the best A sensational story is circulated to the effect that a Fayette county thearecent trial of charge- with the murder of Jim Cockrill while resulted in a hung jury Presidenft McKinley would be in Canton O dur ing the burial of Mrs McKinley caused some alarm in that city until it was proved to be without foundation John Koontz a fireeater with a circus was terribly burned at Paducah while giving an exhibition for the bene fit of some of his friends His hen was enveloped in flames and his glasses alone saved both his eyes from being destroyed MATRIMONIAL Oliver Perry Hill Jennings one 0 the cleverest old bachelors of the West End was married Wednesday to Miss Elizabeth Warren Briscoe of Boyle We havent the pleasure of Mrs Jen nings acquaintance but we know the groom and heartily agree with his gion of friends that he is one of the best men in the county That women should have equal rights with men concerning proposals of mar riage was the stand taken recently at meeting of the New York City Federa tion of Womens Clubs Mrs Belle do Rivera president of the Federation said that women certainly should have the right to propose as well as men She said she wondered how women were going to marry if they never had an opportunity Speaking on the same subject Mrs Dora Lyon president of this Electric Club said she thought it would be perfectly proper for girls to propose in many She said a rich girl should have the right and that she might go about it it this way Now my dear if you would care to marry I p will obtain your parents consent I am able to support you in the style your tastes require and you need not worry about a bank account KINGSVILLE The sick generally are improving Delicious strawberries arc on the here i Mrs Alonzo Rigney was the guest of relatives here Rev J G Livingston of Crab Orch ard filled his regular appointment at Christian church Sunday morning and evening R II Smith our popular station agent and his equally popular wife left Tuesday for Big Four where Mr Smith has accepted a lucrative position While comparisons are invidious we must quote the unanimous opinion as we have heard it expressed that MrJ Smith is not only one of the best but TUG best agent we have had here for a number of years He was thoroughly efficient and always accommodating Mr S is succeeded by Manfred Gooch who will doubtless a worthy successor Mrs Sebastian Chevolette has been seriously ill but is improving Mrs Edmund Murphy illsiExSenator Clark the Montana mil ionaire once worked in the mines for 125 a days IThe Canadian government has herd of buffaloes on Flathead Reservation in Montana T herd numbers about 400 head and the price was about 100000 The Uu falocs will be driven into this Canadian Northwest It is stated that the Pab 1to herd increased from 160 head to 40 in about six years IMr Meyers who was reared in a Kas nursery weighs 375 pounds his father weighs 340 pounds his youngest brother weighed 300 Ibs when ho was 18 years old and tho smallest boy in tho family weighs 100 pounds Five of them together tip the beam at 1785 pounds Ono of the most enjoyable things youiing afraid they will get mad with you for itEx-n Tako Our Standard Remedy For- RclntlrnRkommntlantltnmumntoryllhe mutism Halt llbeum Indigestion Consti pation Kidney Trouble or any titivate arising from Impure blood Umcml er If taken according to directions ami he or tho Is not lenollteol by thin use of the rented will rohtnd your money liollt mmll to Ally mldre on receipt of package contains Hl do a realnleml cuarnn Aglll1tllcKIIIIIU Morgan Denmark This noted itnlllon will mak thn present teuton at M II Kubanksstabloontbe Ijin enstant Uutv111e mod nrotr 1Iu Ibll KlItthe low price of IS0U to Insure n living volt Thus noted million has more Denmark blood than any living stallion as will lit teen by reading his pedigree Morgan lira mark was sired by the noted stallion On Time whoIpedigree trncos back to Import ed II Morgan Denmarks dnu- 11mdy Morgan was one of thn It sold anti show mares In Kentucky the was slml by Htonewall Jackeou whose pedigree traces buck to Imported lledgeford Moo IrlllnluIInlMorgan Denmark Is n dark bay fully wulgfh rponalllhforJAxKMJIcKReu11RIIuilbleKyPUBLIC As holes of Mr and Mrs 111 llallnrd we will v1- EUNiHUAIJUNEIvlnr on the premltes at oclock sell to 101l0wlllKdl fruuIa the place TIll property consistof a good Nroom dwelling house burn Ice house nud all utresanry Tithouse adjoins thu having n beau tiful front yard running to same All of this farm Is In grass but about 35 acres It wplntimber nuhhome In county At the same time and place will also sell some household fur niture WuwlIlnlMion TIIUIWDAY JUNK SUUff totihlghrst ThuddWtIIlogpllir There are nil nreranry ou bulldlnili anti two new burns One stuck Inn is flr fulllenRthflint practically now The place Is under iOcAdof 1alnt Lick At Mime time and plac will Yell the Hptllmiu font 11 tulles from 1alnt landhavingi Cairn holding about 7 acres of tohncco and plenty of wrier It has about luacrosof bottom land allot this land to Ing In grass but nlioul IIrnK It Is undo aainfmiletof land It has a good xroom house with all necessary outbuildings plenty of water and gnustturnpike and has about u Dens of bottom land satee turnsJwhuchfurthrInfornllltlonus on phone 15 1alnt Lick Ky at our ex pease HaKING EAGLE No ttVU hllndhillhgoes all the gulls with plenty of speed style and action bobrltMl was by tilt lIohtJ tllrc CnhhIIIIxIIIIC shubylIurrlsIIcnlllllrkthoroughbredNOTK stallion a breeder of line colored and high styled colts all having plenty of size anil actionhis colts x show for themselves King Ka gle will make the present veatton of Iwff litIour stable two and onehalf miles West Htanford on lima COLTWillKKKNK sired by the great Hilly Keene dnubyJnekimHUUB A LIVING CO- LTASHLAND BROOK No 417W Vol 17 A T1I II bred by Eugene Ituck er Georgetown Ky ASlJ IlltOOK wee fouled lull solid bay with left hind foot high1KlWiHKK Brook No MnrlnrotUdYHullbrowktlTr Tnnnli Brook 4 tl7Iruly hook II Ytl1 and Pubmtlngyfrook9 x Hllullt llrook h Darknlglit No tttiN the lire of Hearchllght slayslhuknlghtelrcd27 Ashland Ilrooks dnm lluna Wren Wllkcs awl record ta7 tho slice John H Gentry lW Hallln Tolcr 2X5MAshInnd sired by lied Wilkes no by leorgu Wilkes 2nd distil Hide Lilly by 1rttender list and dam by Jim MonrouCII NoTK Ashlnml Brook Is n handsome tel low with lots of substance linn a bold way otnpxkdetylunndncnunTkleco Ashland lirook will servo n tow out lo marcs this season nt I6 TO 1NHUUB A Ja ofNO outer JellletreCk1I1I1Y 2nddllmJoo ck Ill and Jlllly Kecne stands full Id hands lack with white points said as a breeder Is unsurpassed as brlnglugwith or bred elsewhere forfeits the lusur r nce and money becomes due at the time of such transaction For further particulars call on or address T HAKHIH A HOOT WOOI1AI rbonu72HlneH Stanford Ky OWNERS0I olTer to those barren mares or nntorf1TTuAaunltHovO111ertaCreok Ileasant Hill Brood ni coon 0NOTICE I OlymplnnHplugasltuatrrlendluxNuttthof anti on McKlnney t MUldleburg pike on which hooks run Hiinday Is now oXii for the tnnluenlof Kheumtt tlsm Liver Kidney Ulnddetaud nil Htoin noli and Bowel Troubles Rheumatism u partleuhirsK MMIMH 1ror It K lioXiH lluitonvllle Ky D J SMITH GILBERTS CREEK KY The Quick Hales anti Hmall ProlltlStore You are Invited to come In maul see tny complete stock of stew Hummer good for the hot weather season Lot new Granite Ware Just received bee It Pull slock of gtornrlruat all kinds Poultry Raising Pays Karmnr are coming to reallie that ioul tryral lng 1s one of the best 1IYln lines in his business HtatlstliM show that the eggs alone n him ulna money than limo out put of etthercoreorwheat Now lit hotline of the year to feed your fowls a good tonic llrmemlier that only healthy hens lay 41144 euros Itoti Unlltl and Ilin ernecb luakec theta lily live each sick ohlckenatokdrops2oriitlm day as u rrventtr 3 drol111 UunnuiteeittHTANKOICU UUlCJ CO PowhatanthfllrOldla hands high 1111111Nuot as a Iry fast YIN r bred by llRrve Helm Hr 4th dam thoroughbrei- llowhatan hua grunt style and action and ten tine Individual You should wv him Ufore you boot Will make the teaion of MJ7 at my firm one tope from MtKlnney ntllDTU iNHU itl A LIVING OOLT- At name pbietThe1Vnrllefdwill stand nt It nut the jackCou U H OWKNH McKlnn y Ky Blue Grass Farm for Salel I wish to sell my farm IIj moulds West of lluatnnvlllel mile from PlX andCarpen ttrat4111t1l1ncllnIStlnR 0 + a of rich blue or tol Ito land nil In lueso an each piece oleo necessary outbuildings The farm lays utmost In a square only om In There are three stock burn- shousuaugoalKaterluiwerlllNldliln tttia1t springs with 3 streams whole trout J HTKKLK OAUPKNTKIt lluttonvllle Ky FOR SALE A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is hoe hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls potties cellars etc Two stock bunt one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an up lo- date place and will be sold at a bargain if sold within the next Co days yy cash bal ance to suit purchaser leer further in formation in regard to farm write L K Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky will stand Five Good Stallions And Five Well Bred Jacks at the low price of SlOtolnsuroa Living Colt The pony JESS ALVEHSON will also make the present season at my barn tiring me good mare and if the colt is not a good one you neednt pay for 1L to satisfy you I contend that I am standing stock lower than any body quality considered See my stal lions and jacks before you breed Grass furnished at the regular price Care taken to drevent accidents and escapes but not responsible should any occur J K IUUGHMAN Hustonvills Ky DARE ALL NO 2086 The combined stallion will make n limit ed season at Jiwu Mere Hlock Kami 254 tulle West of llustonvllle Cy on time vlll t Hustonvlllu pike nea- rarlrpentersNtattnnat15tulusurea living forfeit- sInsuranroandnlonuyleconiesdue nt tune of uch transaction on colt till season Is paid Mares grazed at 1160 a month Grain fed If desired nt reasonable rules Hills must Iw paid before removal of mire Mores entrusted will receive my personal attention but will not bo ru nllble for accidents orescopc IKSCnlt7lorvFunk l In IJi hands higbdnrk bay with one front rand rear toot white star A model of great beauty with short back long neck deep wellsloping shoulders and with great styens ono wOllld- OSIMct from reading his pedigree Uood bone line feet mind legs wonderful stamina Attractive bv halter under saddle and In IKIo gtlto him that by Inheritance graceful tram a long that most famous nnrestry of saddle produced1KnioKKKKHlred No 185 Vol A H UK Dare ho by Illnck iulrrelW he by liliick Ka gle74 by King 57 ho by Wash Inlltoll Denmark lie lIyJnllll lCllmllrk Donmmiiirk1 ht loin Fnnnle MoY7JUbyBidsquirrel lId IInm byMol IIr Good by e7 and dam Ity Olhr gnltrs firs dam KSa lie 1161 Ity 44 fr H 1VB 2nd dam by dills Vermont UHMAIIKHIH olTerlnfthe services of Daro Allto limo occasion to stntf without iiresumptlontliat I have liecn n breeder and handler saddle hors eefur55yours tJsrlt nctl mmiughtnto to know nppnc ale a high class un- uIruAlt5rthe result of nireliil pulnstak InglmrutdingondcowcSiii natural result ot motttigChic ory with the faro most stallions about l er cntidKingtWllllurob- lood n cent than any stallion III orvtl Iu preyiulnout tone oolllg regarded ns for saddle und liarnesH horses All sired bv the now coming famous Dignity Dare ho In turn by Chester URn following n long lIt of elroe every unu n gnat chow hero out of that wore equally itnnlonpaetuu how lII1rllund htl dllll greatest show mare we ever owned having 1000 for her we think entitles him to the careful conlderntlon of nil propeo- tlvo rtudera We think him the your show horse Boo him before booking artlAiH OAnPKxTEK Phone In resldencejlustonvllle Kxcbnnge w M tD r XTRAGOD f LITTLE MAN r I What is JtoThan Her Boy inhisthis season than ever in our lives to fit and please these little ones in Knee Pants 50IKnickbockerbuttonsbocker style wash suits 125150 and 2 1beautifupurchase it will be a pleasure to us to show you H IiISTANFORD BRIGHTEN UP I Good Paint is not an ex pense but a paying invest ment There is no better Paint than S W P and few as good Come in and talk it ove- rPENNYS DRUG STORE Btanforcl Kentucky ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO J LYNE BROS Crab Orchard DruggistsIWo ore agents for fopulnr pharmaceutical preparations of Davis OoYolght I o Also keeps in stuck other ge11 scriptions If you cant cull remember wo have both phones u Paint Your House IIDont your house need a fresh coat of paint Spring is nearly here greatlytobest ReadyMixed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD DRUG CO Wash Waists ean To add furylo this flame of Suit Ilnrgains wo will odor fiftIretty Wash Waiits thaUolil nt 8125 for only v 89 Cents All sizes nun a dozen styles STANFORl KY MAY il 1907 SUNSHINE Finish will make 11 furniture look like new Pennys Drug 7Store PERSONALS MR J W ACBY spent several day in LouisvilleMR OWSLEY of Hazel Patch was hero yesterday Miss EULA TOTTEN was tho guest of friends at Lancaster JUDGE JOHN W BROWN of Mt Vernon waS hero Wednesday MR JAMBS BRIGHT of Sholbyvllle is here with lion Harvey Helm Mn G L PBNNY was in Loulsvill a few days this week on business JUDGE It J BRHCKINRIDGE of Danville was hero yesterday on legal bus mess JOHN N MBNRFEB JR attended tho Knights ilt Pythias Convention at A G FAULKNER and children went to Corbin Wednesday to visit her J C FLORENCE and Miss Liz l ilo Davison aro visiting friends at Cumberland Gap l Miss NETTIE GRINSTBAD of Vcr saillcs Is with her siitor Mrs Katherine Bezley MRS MOODY HARDIN and Mr Thorn hill of Cincinnati attended the burin of Miss Louise Poulter MR J F CUMMINS and wife and Mr J II Shanks and wife attended tho rink at Danvillo Tuesday evening Miss IOUY TRAYLOR loft yestcrdaj for Washington City tho Jnmeutowi Exposition and other points of Interest Miss LUELLA DuranT and Josephine Brady are back from Wllmorc where they attended commencement exercises MRS JAMS B MCCREARY and Mist Molllo Fife aro at Crab Orchard Spring for a 10 days stay Richmond Regis terMn J R HARDIN the merchant princeof Fnriston Laurel county wa on yctUrdays train returning from Louisville MRS MARY C GIVKNS continues quite Ilex son Mr I B Givens was up from lUrrodiburg to see her tho first oflho week bMiss Lou HOCKER of Hustonvillc t thltcd relatives hero Tuesday and Wednesday Miss Salllo Cooke returned home with her- MIssES NELL AND JOSEIIIINB WAR REM returned Wednesday from Cnvt Spriprf Ga where they have tough for the past year REV AND MRS W G MONTGOMERY have returned from a protracted stnj at Bclton Texas They are at lion B g Kongs nt l1Mt ss DORA HESTER and brother thplaces and Mr and Mrs Claude Hester of KJnRSvllle worn guests of Mr and Mrs G T Ashlock JJR JOHN BRACKBTT who has been lirbad health for some time has gone to foe Soldiers Home at Dayton O Mr Ex Reynolds made the trip with him MESSRS LEE IturLBY WInfrcd Dun tcan Matt Martin and Doc Huffman went to Louisville yesterday to net as guards of tho L Ns property dur ing tho machinists strike MR JOHN L AIVERSON of Rich i mend record keeper of tho government printing office at Washington has had a material increase of salary He Is a t brother of lion J M Alverson of this i I office Miss ALLEEN BOURNE of Lancas ter has been elected teacher of tho primary department of Stanford College She Is a sister of Mrs W K Warner of this place and II a most accomplished young lady MR AND MRS W H SHANKS attend ed tho commencement exercises of CampbellHagerman Collego at Lexing ton Wednesday saw Miss Ida Pearl Moore of this place graduate She was valedictorian In tho class of 23 young ladies and she acquitted herself most creditably Miss Moore returned to her homo hero for tho vacation but will return to Campbell Iiagcrman in the Fall and tako a course In She will also teach several branches in that noted school- LOCALS RINK tonight WANTED Teacher in Stanfqrd Grad- ed1 School Salary 35 asbestos sad Irons for fancy those M t r SEE Ironing at Farris NICE lino of new rugs carpets and Crexs porch rugs Tribblo Pence y u SPECIAL features at tho rink tonight FOR 6ArrJore cowwith colC1 John Christman Stanford Foil Veering mowers binders and hai rakes go to J L Ilcazley Co J W ACEY offers his livery outfit for sale See tho advertisement In another column TwoYEAn oLD plants at 10 cent each on solo from Juno 1st to 10th John Christman Stanford Kttir In mind tho Lincoln Count Fair which will bo hold at Stanford July 17 18 ID Make your arrange menu to attend It Tin L willrun an excursion to Cincinnati Sunday next and one to Ixniisvillo Juno 1C The fate will be 175 for roundtrip I WILL be In the Goshen district this week and next to collect school taxe to build a cistern Penalty after Jun C M Speed Ieyton treasurer THOSE Nubcrib d for Block In tho Lincoln County Fair Associatio are requested to call and pay for sam at their earliest convenience J F Cummins secretary Tins once has just completed tho annual catalogue of Stanford Collcg and Is printing the catalogue of ho Hustonvllle Graded School The lattci will make about 35 pages To CAniKNTERS Those wishing tc bid on the amphitheatre for tho Lincoln County Fair will call on Secretary J F Cummins and got specifications Bids will be opened Juno C FISH James A Estes took to Lou- Isville this week 200 newlighta ho caught In tho various ponds around hero They were ordered by Mr Jan T Short for the lake at South Park THE feature of tonights rink wilt be a guinea chase A rooster chase at the Richmond rink is said to have been tho funniest of tho special features there and it is admitted that a guinea is fleeter that a rooster THE Ladles Aid Society of the Mc Kinney Baptist church will have an ice cream supper Saturday Juno 8 at 731 r M at tho hall over the bank in Mc Kinney All are cordially invited Mrs Edgar Reynolds secretary JESSE B SAHTIN beenappointee rural carrier and Albert Scott substitute on Rural Route No4 On this route 81 boxes are up and several applications for boxes are in This wil bo tho best route in Lincoln county If tho patrons contInuo to show their ap prwciation of it as they now do Tile biggest Tuesday nights crowd since the rink opened was that of Tues day last Most all of the skaters here were present a number from adjoining towns were there and tho spectators were out in force Miss Mary Eliza beth McKinney won tho potato race The rink will be open again tonight when another largo crowd may bo ex pected POULTER Miss Louise Poulter sinter of Mrs Nccley Stone died at the fritters homo yesterday morning of con sumption raged fa She had been ill for h long time Tho burial will take place in Buffalo cemetery at 10 oclock this morning after funeral services at tho grave by Rev L If Omer Miss Poulter was an excellent young woman and her many friends aro grieved at her taking away GOOCIL William Matthew Gooch aged 39 died at his homo near Wayues burg and was buried in tho Olive church cemetery Wednesday after services by Rev R R Noel Mr Gooch was one of the very best citizens of tho South ern End and is survived by his wife and one child He was a son of Mr D 0 Gooch and a brother of Mr James B Gooch of this place Deceased was a devout member of the Baptist church FALSE ECONOMfLot of men pay their good money for cotton mixed clothes and think they aro real econond calbccauso they get such clothes for a little less than AllWool would cost This cotton mixed still is very deceiv ng weve seen suits that looked good enough to sell for 20 that were percent cotton really worth about 0 You get no such flimflam hero wo know what Hart Schaffner Marx clothes are The makers guarantee them all wool and live up to it Cum mlna McClary A Great Opportunityea Js our last big CUT on LADIES READYMADE DRESSES Tins w positively tllo lost thing over offered to Lincoln County nail Stanford Cili1 ZCHS The viry host Spring Stylos and Materials to be had right at the beginning of the season at HALF PRICE A Backward season is tho cause of this big CUT SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY JI TEN per cent ofT for cash at L M Huoy Gos WALTER S DENIIAM of this place sold Thomas Tucker a cottage and lot in Danville for 1000 Fon SALE Six drawer National Cash Register Good as new Will soil at a bargain J L Waddle Somerset LOST between Stanford and Foloys plank smith shop a lover oil of a rid ing cultivator Leave at E T Ponce store MIlS MAUDK GRAY of Manville who worked in the telephone exchange hore some years ago died in Denver Col consumption SOleTIIINOujShadoV Embroid cry Send for our catalogue National Buyers Union No 33 Leonard St Now York City Fon SALE on HUNT Tho Dr J K VanArsdalo property on Cut Oft street For particulars call on or address L R Hughes Stanford Tile Central Kentucky Heal Cstat Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars und prices MR MACK LAWSON had some troubl with Dill Lee colored Monday and at the trial Tuesday Lee was held over to the circuit court Several shots were fired but none took effect CHILDREN Supt Garland Singleton finds out that there are 5772 children of school ago in Lincoln Of this num ber 2309 are white males 2147 are white females are Negro males and CM Negro females IT is stated on good authority that tho Odd Fellows who own the old Commercial Hotel building will replace It with a handsome threestory brick building soon The Odd Fellows an very mum on the subject however and they seem to want to keep it as a lodge secret A DISPATCH from Kommerer Wyo says Mrs Carl Halberson who for merly lived near Liberty Casey coun ty Ky is under arrest hero charged with attempting to murder her hus band by putting strychnine in his cot fee At the same time Mrs Halbcrsoi took some of tho poison with suicide intent It is alleged Both husband and wife came near dying but are out oC danger now Mrs Halborson it is claimed was jealous of her husband who she thought was paying undue attention to other women PRICE Mrs N Irice the aged mother of Dr A S Price of this place died at her home in Garrard at an early hour Wednesday morning of a complication of troubles Rev P M Tinder preached her funeral at her late homo at 10 oclock yesterday morning am the interment in tho Lancaster cemetery followed Mrs Price was a mot excellent Christian woman and wasde votedly loved and admired by all who know her well She was a splendid character and tho loss of her will be felt by tho people of this community tier husband died many years ago but five sons and one daughter are left te mourn tho loss of an indulgent and affectionate mother Great sympathy Is felt for Dr Price by his many friends here and elsewhere PLEASANT POINT Rev J A Singleton will fill Rev Tilfords pulpit Saturday and Sunday There were decoration services at the Baptist church Thursday Mrs Martha Walls continues ill Dr C M Thompson is attend- Ing her Miss Grace Henslev has re turned from a visit to Miss Eva Walls Oliver Routcn has gone to Indiana in search of work Rankin Thomas of New River Tenn has returned home after spending a few days with relatives here Misses Cora and Pearl toque have been visiting their cousin Miss Delta Hogue James Walls and wife have moved to Highland Misses Maud and Birdie Brown entertained a number of their friends Saturday af ternoon at a croquet party R J Hogue and wife were tho guests of T M Alford S C Alford and son went to McKinney Saturday George Leach and wife have been visiting Mrs Edmund Murphy at Kihgsville Miss Lau ra Dye has been with her brother at Kingsvillo Quite a number of tho Pleasant Point people attended the me morial services at Olive and report a RNoelers ILAROE assortment of tumblers iceI tea glasses footed sherbets at Farris VAN TRAYLOR has bought of W E Amon his farm of 143 acres on Logans Creek for 12100- DEconATloN day waya observed by the bunks and the poatofFicc Us poor people put In about the usual number of hours at work WEAR holeproof hosiery Guaran toed to wear six months without holes Another large shipment just iccoived Cummins McClary TUB commencement exercises of Stanford College begin next Sunday when Rev J L Yandlo will preach the Baccalaureate sermon at tho Presby terian church On Wednesday evening in the College Chapel the annual Music Recital will be given and on Thursday morning the graduating exercises will be held at the Christian church when Mr W H Shanks will deliver an ad dress to the graduates Miss Pauline Denny Hocker and Mr Lester L Mc Harguc All are invited to theso ex ercises FOLLOWING Is the program of theI commencement exercises of tho Hus tonville Graded School which will occur in Alcorns Opera House in that little city this evening beginning at 80 clo- ckInvocatlonRev S B Lander ChorusVoico of Spring Essay and Salutatory Some Singers and their Songs Miss Kathryn Hall Butterfly Op 43 No1 Grieg Miss Clare Hare Phophecy Boyd Weatherford A Legend of the PlainsCadmarM- iss Clare Hare Recitation Mrs Twyman Takes up tho Collection Miss Rose McCormack Etude Op 25 No9 Chopin Miss Clare Hare Essay and Valedictory The Joy of Living Miss Ella Barnette Presentation of Diplomas by President- of Board of Trustees Chorus Crossing the Bar BenedictionRev C W F Daniels Motto Virtutis Fortuna Comes There is a birth in New York each five minutes In tho day and a death each seven minutes LIVERY OUTFIT FOR SALE Having Ufrlital to change my business I will M II nt public auction nt my livery burn buck of the HtAiHph Hotel on HATPKUAY JUNK 8 IWl Inginning ut in iny entire livery out lit consUtlngof Ahead of horses a acts or nlnijlf lmrnts 6 buggies surrey let of xurrey barnttf drummers wiicon sot of WhlllMIIRUonotcnew nil I have enln business only maul two months Will tell the ubove with u privilege of continuing the liuilnen nt my present stand Will sell the outfit us u whole ores Term imitlo known aClt1JA Mild Laxative For Babys Bowels The infant or the child should not be given salts purgative waters or harsh pills or tablets when the bowels are con stipated and neither should any medicine be used that contains a narcotic- It is well for mothers to remember that there Is no better gentler or more effective remedy for childrens stomach and bowel troubles than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Its purity and mildness make It especially adapted to young peoples use It works gently but sure manytonicsystemevery way nithayfield bewithouttime and ought to know remedyrotliver trouble diarrhea colic worms and the many other lilt that afflict the stomach and bowels It It guaranteed to do what we claim sad by lit use a home cure at very little COlt It easily brought about Children are often troubled with skin dlt fates are backward In school lose weight and do not care to eat or play when all that It really the matter with them It stomach trouble that Dr Caldwellt Syrup Pepsin will correct Go to your druggist today and buy a bottle and see how quickly the child gets well again uelacent bottle has often restored an entire family Those wishing to try Dr c ii vrInlladdressing the comrany TMi offer It to prove tluttfte lotwholymptomi of stomlCb liver or bowel dlteaie Gentlest OldlolkPUBLIC VERDICT No laxative So Good and Sure ai OR ALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This product Mars purity ePEPSINn eldweH Blda MontkxH III i Suits setala This great offering includes Black Tan Navy and Grey Panamas and Fancy Mixtures In Pony styles Eatoiis and Hip Jackets Those who ounce first have largest assortment lo select from Just divide it by two and you got a 81500 Suit for 750 +++ + +++ ++ +1111 + ++ + + + + + + 11 11 11 bong SilkIt ISilk1 Long Black Lisle Cloves at pair 50cI iLong Black Silk Gloves at 1 and 175 per pair Long White Silk Gloves at pair Long Silk Gloves are very scarce and when these are gone the possi bility of getting any more is very slight so supply yourself now with long Gloves for the Summer suers- LMHlJEYCODry Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY itttODD TROUSERS Gentlemen of Exacting Taste Highest Class Ready Tailored t etiM W B Perkins OrchardIKentucky I AnnouncementrIn view of the existence of so ninny flue watches including horsetimers in Danville and surrounding community we have secured the services of au expert watchmaker direct from largo New York manufactory and make guarantee that we can repair any kind ever made If your watch is little out oforller probably it noels oiling Many fine instruments are ruined by without oil A stitch is time saves nine We also repair old clean any und all kinds of clocks and guarantee them to run when we have finished our work There is no uso to send any kind of repairing away from home as we have these experts in constant at our store We positively do tho finest expert engraving in this sectionE H MURRAY Danville Kentucky I EGGS FOR SALE I BO hornccc It for setting of 17 or three settings or t3 Mutt IloiiBiir 1 Tienar- Ituttonytlle Ky For Ii Line i Crab a positive running R continual running j attendance I t t B I T1tBLEtL N TIME NO II HOUtll lllll PIof No a Houth liaai rNo 24 North 4 Xi Non North r JOS S RICE Agentja e The Interior Journal Snttred in Ihe PottOffice al Stanford u iueend clan mnlm- WVBLI8UEU TCESUATB AND Ar 100 PER YEAR CASH IAWhen not paid 1100 will be charged e A Nice Home for Sale I I ilo tiro to toll my bouse nnd tot In Orn Orcbnnl Brooms one ncro of land 00001 barn nnd nil necessary outbuildings New nd in good shape A lot 01 excellent trill Well on iiack 1 D 8TEENiiKiiarvOrnti Orchard NOTICEAny one needing n Union Jock and WIre Btretchcrcnn leave their order with T 0 Newlnnd nt Ho hOI ono he wIll order and will Jll show you n ml tnke your the same on short notice IL T LUNNFORD 3 D CARTER Now LIvory Depot Street Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY AiWORD TO YOU I You nro Invited to look nt the New White GoodfJlInniburgs tine I qcc lllue fic flrownlrny Also n new all4Hnch wide Iplendhl vnluo Isr yard Those having Eggs nod I1hiCken to sell I will give tickets to tlllm on thll range lIrlng then In before they go down G II AHIUH Omb Orchard Ky A S PRICE Surgoon DentistI STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store inI tbe Owsley Buil- dingINSURANCE Tire Lightning WindWorm Life and Accident None ottbe HTIIONQKHT and JUCBT tiepresented Lowest Ios Rates Guaranteed I Iaylug nee OrdUnequnlU Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8IGIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when thereI SilO little difference in the price of ready- made suits cud suit made to your meusure taken by an exiwrlenced tailor I bavo n handsome line otHprlng Hummer goods I can mnke from n low price business suit to the finest dress suit o Overcoats Trous mend Fancy Vests Tbe company 1 rep rdnt Is second to noneIHO UUlUiY The Tailor Htanford Ky Billy Breckinridge Tbo fine block Jack with white points good foot antI extra lie will make the teuton of toy at III barn ot ISOUTO 1NHUIIK A LIV ING CULT Thlsjllck cone bred and raised by Mil John II Harris of Madison and be hOI proven his breeding to bo good 1 will also gtimd n line Drennon saddle lUllloil nt 000 TO INHtllK A IIVlNtl JOLT This horse was sired by Mr Klljuli Jnyer1 famous old Drennon Unit ba pro duced more saddle cotta than any one horse to his ngo Oomonndsce them nnd If you are not pleased It will not cost You any thingittturts Creek Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STAMFODD KY Sjxclnl Attention Given Coinmcrcliil Men lUg at Iteusonablo Rates Stock Pone In Connection Also agents tor nil kinds of Harvesting UnsMnory fjimollne nnd Htennl Knglnes ThrtMuInK Machinery and Haw MI1U It will pay you to set us before you buy Also commission salesmen lot all secondhand nachtnery eMCeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnessSaddlery dec STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 187 Home Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm 8 L Also Dealers in Fur nature MattingsRugs They- will exchange Furniture for tIIKinds of Stock Give t j a Call Prices Right 1IIANFORD KENTUCKY I FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALENo 1 Jersey cow fresh E T Pence Jr Stanford Recleaned German millet seed 650 bushel W H Murphy StanfordIII- Iy Jones Baughman of Moreland has a secondhanded threshing machine for sale 1FOR SALETwo young Polled Dui both red A W Carpenter Moreland Ky iw T Robinson of Boyle sold to Barnett of Louisville eight mules for 825 James and Henry Sallco sold to Dave I Allen of Hustonville 63200pound hogs Cc Advocate IStrawberry pickloa near Milton this keepIusually consequcn damage to growing crops McCormack R Oglesby of Shelb county sold 21 Jersey cows at public auction in Versailles at 3250 to Si I have licensed my Polled Angus bull Tom Kendrick and will stand him at 150 cash and no grumbling Joseph Ballou Stanford According to a report received by the State Department at Washington the tobacco monopoly in Japan cleared over 1600000 profits last year Noble Robinson a tobacco grower ol Caldwell county was taken from his home by masked men and forcod to dig up his own plant bed the men stand lag by while he used a hoe Taking advantage of the rain which was badly needed farmers of hour bon county worked all day Sunday set ting out tobacco plants the season be ing so backward that no time could be lostConsul General Ben Ridgely at Barcelona Spain has reported an increased consumption or cotton in that country as Indicated by arrivals at that port The increase is more than 25 per cent- Robert Self killed a gray eagle that measured seven feet from tip to tip Sanders S Norton bought about JOOO more lambs the past few days This makes 10000 they have bought this season at 5I to GI cents for June July and August delivery T R Chilton sold Allen Edelen a registered mare and colt for 600 Harrodsburg Herald The worlds record milk production- for a year by a single cow has been broken by the Guernsey Dolly Bloom according to the report of Secretary William H Caldwell which was sub mitted at the annual meeting of the Guernsey Cattle Club in session in New York last week Dolly Blooms record for the year was 17297 pounds or about 2023 gallons She Is owned by F A Ames of Boston About 1500 cattle were on the mar ket at Mt Sterling last court day The quality was common Trade good with heifers and cows brisk Prices high as is always the case when stuff is sold by the head No stock weighed and many of the buyers will find by weighing that they paid at least a half dollar higher than they expected The best 700 to S00 pound steers at 5 to 5Jc yearlings at 4J to Cc heifers at 3i to IJc with old cows and rough oxen at 1J to 2c Good Words For Chamberlains Cough Remedy People everywhere take pleasure in testifying to the good qualities of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mrs Edward Phillips of Barclay Md writes I wish to toll you that I can recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy My little girl Catherine who is two years old has been taking this remedy whenever sho bad a cold since sho was two months old About a month ago I contracted a dreadful cold myself but I took Chamberlains Cough Remedy and was soon as well as ever This remedy Is for sale by all druggists Tho editor of the Liberty Tribune the other day warned a new reporter to write nothing unless he knew it to be absolutely true The next day he handed in the following society item It is rumored that Mrs Smith who claims to reside on South Chesnut Street gave a socalled dinner party to a number of her alleged friends She asserts that they all had a good time In the progressive euchre feature which followed the dinner Mrs Brown who claims to be the wife of Postmaster thrown was the successful one A Narrow Escape O W Cloyd a merchant of Plunk to had a narrow escape four years ago when he ran n jlmson bur into his thumb Bo says llThe doctor wanted to amputate it but I would noteonsent I bought a box of Bucklons Arnica Salvo and that cured the dangerous wound 25o at G L Pennys Drug gist Horseshoeing is very ancient It is represented on a coin of Tarentum iouth Italy about 300 B C Iron and ironze horseshoes have been found in umuli in France Germany Belgium and England For stomach troubles biliousness lad constipation try Chamberlains Stomach nnd Liver Tablets Many cmarkabUrcurcs have been effected by them Price 25 cents Samples tee For by all druggists Sore Nipples Any mother who has had experience with this distressing ailment will bo pleased to know that a euro may be ollected by applying ChamberlaIns Salvo as soon as the child is don nursing Wipe it oft with a soft clot1 before allowing the babe to nurse Many trained nuriCS use this salve with boat results For salo by al druggistsw At a London police court recently a Frenchman who was called to Identify- a man accused of swindling him was told to walk along a row of men iiiu themah recognized When ho reached the man hqwover gave I him two blows in the face everyIsee tho dining room door it is a sign they are tired of waiting and are wonder ing if you are not about ready to quit About 3000 pieces of crockery are broken on trip of a firstclass ocean liner NOTICE I administrator of Mrs K II Iliillnnl I notify those having claims against her es tate to prevent them properly verified to me nt once Those owing tho estate will please Settle lit earliest opportunity H tMallee administrator Mrt K It Stanford Ky STOP LADIES I Ladies stop wearing your backs out on wash days stop wearing your clothes out by rubbing them and use Diffce s Liquid Soap which is guaranteed to knock out 75 per cent of the labor of washing and cause the clothes to last 20 per cent longer A sample of two gallons deliver ed free at your door Will call to see you J F CASH 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tacky Get my Itatoa bo fore Insuring Nothing but firetclnss Complies Repre rented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY TRIBBIE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kiwi Carpets Druggets Hugs Matting Pie ture Frames Shaded Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Bcazlcy has charge of the Undertaking TRIBBLE DCllrtmcntI Day Phone 28 Night ICO or 1331 Dignity Dare No IWi Vol A Hll H Mahogany buy black only on left nlnu loot J Laudsfugb weigh- tsIs 1IOIIIId strong Ititt IPoUe heavy rune slut lath 1100 hack with lung craneytup ering neck well set In uiounhrl shoulders nmiddle horse head and our on ding model under Imlttr always won blue string In model rings except twlre when shown ngalnxt his own get jonderful style In bariicxs a slow horse sun one your old wore nil honors In bis class wherever shown aliio the blue tie In sweep staltit hnrncsH rlni at tuimt age When a Hyenrold he wens shown U times and wore blue Ktrlngs hits never ut un defeated In Saucy harness rlhn always beta the Victor In stallion stake ring nt u brradur when shown with three or more of hl8 for size style and general conformation und for n II purposes Hxlsn saddle home with live distinct unlu fnst lUlU acting maker grad in two walk and n iticu loss r very postlve In Ids trot nndrr imddif In nil mound ncllon Is re Irhslliea l sure llauah Iierilree hors tyd unit fast can show cUlilhK In wruids n 2n4 cult with but little hnutlhug did this last one yrnr njto ffter n rvlng mores Its tin prtig II pn s sit d ei wondrful nerve and ssrd lOuh to gel a troll r for track tte or KuntUinxnri roadster large handsome Myll li hfiivy und strong iuouiiih touet ciirrlim horlell withfatallyhureyliesition for alt purposes of a Is the horso to packers stylish grrco ful8Ubstitnce and docility It hits been given up by borsvmen that he III one of the most uniform breeders In Kentucky H types bis colts after himself hug never sired u Sorrel colt The mOAt Irolltoble horse for the farmer nnd small breeder to produce the horse which serves the widest range of ofthufrom tho oldest to the youngest SI of polls have been offered tornnd sold for un nveruge of tSUand the avornge ugo of thorn Is 2 years 7 months and days 1KDJonrn Hired by heInrOl0N-a It ho by JJIaok squirrel U lw by Notice Butchers I flood refrigerator feet high and tees unlit nt a bargain Also it lot of butcher tools MUISIIAII UKUKIMU lluitonvllle Ky PIANO FOR SALE I f Koroll Ilnno Ppriaht and used only short tlnenrah 11111 tlmrU1 hutch er Drub Orchard Ky GALTONJ29JO Hired by luinbottn Wllkt11I11 with IS with records from 13 In SIO claimed to be the Krvntest sire In the world 1st lam Unlsy F1ehlgru iiildnm of with ru conk of from XI7 to u4 by Fa t1t Ill Xifli nild5ughtarayeISln2 orJisle the 25011st Srl dam Old Jasdru oUht dolt of Jj 2174 lendinghludllesunoUhlef anti Heelers American Htur hIlIrgiv III t of his cull linw Iss n worked n short time for 11 Inv tank n mark o- fSItumte5ltliittotherI vilsL trial rrolll out of standanlbred mare II Is colts have gums iittnlint and defeated tho best In tinriitiss h5M11 nod roadster rings one of his colt having won n HA premium at the II mt 1I1t lie fair over the be an In great demand and are bringing the highest price ninny of them sellltiK u nnd over Comment nil neeoiMiry an he Is so welt known lie bavlnit innde all of his smmins nt ni place lulton will stand nt my utiihle miles Wentof Iliin ylunsyltlIC11lnrattntdellifter IS nt uNIIs month Hun Uwp nnins with lilt foil myambfnau those that have nut roll Phone In residence M IM1PI1 Hunlonvllle K- yCreatland1408 illrwiteslsonof Highland Denmark TJX FayetteUcnslmrkDenmark 01 Smil dam by Until Duke treat land Is tin sire of the lI1nlploll llIrling saddle stnlllon of 111 Jack HOirbrlghtand many other premium winner Onntmud ts blghllIIblllwhite hind feet He has more leesstyle wvlubt and action than any Middle In KentuckyHighland Denmark 2nd Hlrnlby Highland Denmark tun 1st dam bv AIII Vllkfs Snd dam by Illiiek highlandIkaunnrkladsnip und win t full 10 hands high Koaled Preston 922 Hlrwl by MnkhliiRton ItldHiu 1111 liy lUxleriek Mil dnm by n Ihtumnrk horse Prc t m hiss met and le fNttl nil the show hors of hlsdny nail Ims 11fI1ep liarnvwihumustero high Slits wddlv nml Chester Chief Mined by rhfster note 1st ibiiu by iced Ohlrf Chester Chief n red ml sliMlloii wvi n ymra oltl Id bnmU lilKli with plenty of basic tine ty li and ac hon Jay Wig Trotting stnlllon Hlml hy WlgKlnsfVi hit dam Ivy JAY Hlnl Jny wig U n roan Iw hands high and- tuwelgllYlglauatis FIa1Mlnll General Wood 850 fly Dr Mrtkinl h by Gay WoodM tut dam by Oladitone Cifinrnl Wood It four yenrnold block with white point Imnds high gotslIsmennd length mid mo IInll1ml style lbnnany Ilyluglnck If tobreadand leek will nmke the WoodI liner nmr Ixxtnglon giving terms and pie Oil nppilrottun 1ture J FCUKSVoliexlMtoii Ureaitland Ukase lllack KiiKlc71 h by King Wllllnni 67 he ills by fulne-sltennarkdlliebyrace hors Dvnmurk K H h iIed stunt 11IIIt llrst dam Llzletiunit h YIchmodfNoftlrt7 A T If Kh by Wllllnm Wleh 311 he by Hywllrk Hninbletonlan in Dignitys see nml dam Is by Alidiillah yte dnm Io UlllVVirmont ash dun Thoroughbred WMlclnnontV lint dent luuloo by llI1ollt Korest TBimx Dignity Dare will make the sea son of IIJJ1 lit my stable In Himtonvllle Ky nt gato Inure n living colt whit foaleil tli to preYS mart In foul Mnrt9 traded or rvmovod forfeit Insurance uudnlorieytswonueduenod must paid at lime of such tramuietlpn Mares grnzid 1111100 pear month IIIIlI hlllll to la lull before rlIIovlIl of mares Undo veil it desired it rHKOliabli rolls Mares entrusted to me will revive my iwrsonnl attention but I will not r ioiislblr for uecldnnti or es capes Jhonc In residence nt Hiistonvlll Ky II OAItlKNTKIt Col Bird 40566 lay Riots ronbw11051 fired by O A O I C liHUVllif Ky Mired bylfillliin Ohlef j11No tl08 sire of trllIroldv with IJI or better by tvclllan SI M Kirn of IT In lIt 1st dam Illrdle Ketsne dull sister to low n YIJJw sire of and Iiimrno IUilnofand Xodlv Vilke2g1 liy blwrIof 4ZodI WllkllIiindgrnndamof Iapt Cheek llVi Hlory Jualit S unit Goy Ilrlee i Ilftl of n tlhlw I its l1y Red Wllklzn No ITIV sire of and sire of the turns of 3rd dam of tine pro duclnznoni landgranddam Lord Mumrnll 2 KikiOowiin i IIH KHIo 2i 8 M and 7o tilt Wllkes VI U Alexander Abdnllllh ilSNo Iftslroof dloldimlth Meld Sll 101111I others 4th dnm by Crockett Ilellfounder eol lllrd wu bred by tho Ueclls for n twoI tnlnufo horse Ho Is In hands high good 11111I strong iniilUtlio of homo breed Hao hili befarayou brcctIU OAItlKNTUU Htutonvlllo Ky Lincoln Chief 2566Vol VI s Hr R By Bourbon Chief 976 by Harrison Chief 1606 Brown colt 151 hands high foaled 1003 Owned by Iteid A Hundley Danville Ky dam Nelllo Irewltt 3450 Hoscoe 2471 3 dam by Diamond Denmark OS 3 dam by Cru ader 4 dambyGray Eagle Lincoln Chief has no superior as an individual and few equals In breedingwith little handling shows fine action graceful and distinct galls with great promise as a combined borse of high type He is a full brother to Choctaw Chief that sold last year for 91750 and is sired by Daurbon Chief who has produced more highpriced horses than any living sire of saddle horses being the sire of Hmily champion al- Worlds alr Montgomery Chief and Bourbon King Lath unbeaten and the highcs priced saddle stallhns known and also Emerald Chief Choctaw Chief Doland Chief all celebrated and one of the Longworth pair costing 12000 and many others selling for phenomenal prices even yearlings is high as fclooo Lincoln Chiefs dam has also proven her merits by producing four high elms stallions and her sire HOI coe Is noted as a producer both In Kentucky and Tennessee No breed of saddle or combined horses rank with this family today Trace this colts blood lines back on sires side to Harrison Chief by Clarks Chief and Lathams Denmark to Washington Denmark on to old Uellfounder the running wonder and on dams side back through Roscoe Diamond Denmark Crusader to oldGray Eagle the chief of his age and foundation for beauty speed and endurance Where is a superior to be found in breeding Lincoln Chief will make the present season at the Fair Grounds Dan rifle Ky at 925 to Insure Colt Mares from a distance will be grazed at lOc per day or fed on grass reasonable a preferred Careful attention assured but not responsible for accidents or escapes REID HUNDLEY Danville Ky First National Bank Stan tori Kyi Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established aa the Deposit flank of Stanford ID llll then reorganised as the National flank of Stanford in un and again reorltanhed a the Viral National fleck of Stanford I- nllll having had practically an uninter rupted existence for U It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact and well than ever before to its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car porations Solicited in lao Ico Oil Ac Doming 6 yrl lilnok with serve Jiii J fur Jonnut colts IIIIII at t to n living roll Marts piirttU with forfeits Im tune tit f tM IHT mouth Not fur iiiclilntK should occur Hull and set my lucks lid their Jack colts a wull I cnn show what my Jnck win tin ns I goon the you Instviu of tolling you I will In show lug nil mule jack and jennet colts I will also stand luck IVytoti for JSU to Insure u living colt on mule terms us Illiiek Hawk Will a seryc n tow sutures Ky over Versiilllis track In wlnnlnir race Mired liy thiit mile First ltllll Mury Ann by Hull itonu lila on of Theso two oroisiis The Ahliot SUlVi trottliiK of the world xt Jinn l v Andrew Jack tan Amerlciiu Hlnr Ihll Aincrlcnn Htur nod Andrew Jack on Mewl Is tor Orcicoun lie trotting of tlu worftl You sae Anteer tI1 two are ru for tho fustest two next crultil ant for the fastest otnl lion Then you sell Is bettor brwl than Ilther of them for he Ims tin blood of both Mitrcurlo Is n solid brown horso J hands ugh 1170 pounds flni stylo and ictlon will stand ut Iniuro u living colt Illack Jack with whlto points old Jr Imnds high Kino breeder ln A lack of line bono ana action Will Mtnnd nt 110 to Insure a living colt All will stand nt W K DIshons farm on Htunhelm pike tyt mile front Btanford dares grazed at tI per month Care taken o prevent but nut guy occur OX t J I HOOKKU Prsil IT IlAHHtR V Pre J J Obr W 0 WEAKEN Atl Ohri Directors V Reid Pun fills IT Harris Stanford J 8 Hocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlootyi M U Elmore Stanford 8 Hsachmsn PUnfotfi T I mil Stanford Jss Robinson Hubblt 1 II llaucbman Itaofor4lJ M 1ettas 0 E Tate Htaaford USEASBESTOS Sad Irons for all purposes We have them Pressing Irons Tourist Irons Sleeve Irons and Flounce Irons GEORGE HARRISSTAN FOHI SEASONABLE GOODS PcorloeS Icolnnil Freezers ItofrigoratorurWntor Coolers Clamps finks Soroon Doors Sorcou WIro Cloth Poultry Netting Stoiw- t Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky Groceries Quoonswnro Titnrnro Main Street STANFORD KY BLACK HAWK oldhentybefit nutsnlfl5eforlnekcoltSdnl Insurniivt rttsponsllilit 1I111110urllllllullhuw Independence Chiefll Ant carlo 226 12M- ade soldforllutitp- nbllo Mnmlirlno protlucvil Isldelsndenceouof rosponslblp clinmplon toprrOHws iponstbli RiUlInu rrNpontllrlo weighing BUCK VARNON antigrent llvldual accident responsible Dishon SmitH Officers MoIlOnEHTB KENTUCKY CHESTNUT POLES WANTED I We hay all lengths Irons ootltIIIPnlldJ1I sixes frosts Inches nt top Y O ears any station on railroad lrlleforpartlcu Ian to IIIKKNIIUIKU POLE OO IxxInstoiiKy Kentucky Squirrel 2623 Vol VIreglsti re lsuddlojitnlllnnvrlllmnko lie auusnof 17 my Tn INHUltt A LIViNU OOLT Kentucky HiUlrrnl Is comtilliNl ntnlllonT n beautiful bay ono white foot unit star full liiimls hlth weight weld high style nutlllll size iii line Ionllll smthits lull 0 the uttoulot or breeders IKDiiniKK byword Houlrrcl M tKIJulrtll I Nellie huh dent No I by VnnMvters KlngTRV Minof HlTver King ho hv On Htonewnll Jackson Snd drain ii dnllln Uslnilton K Hitnod HIUlrrnlli 1st dam will lilt 2nd dam Mlle dnm of lllrd bynlur Knglc son of Oublw- llLexingWllFh dunlby Hnmlvt len murk Mlor Knglo btlng lest son of abUirnlXXlnKtoiiK rout Muudo V 10 by noliinsOrnlngori ndilntn HID great show liinrc Kllli1 by VnnMeters Waxy iTtliainby half brother to the great NoTKKelltuky qulrn l 2CJ1 robn bly Ih01Jt bred Middle stallion In tills see thins of Kentucky Ills rolls lira largo and well formed and ho Impresses hilt sire anti high carrlauo an his get to a romarkablo tilthorseforo booking their insure elsewhere DANDY JIM Tho grunt Jennet lack blnck with whlto fulllrotherPRINCE WOOD Illnclc luck whlto points Writ hands three ears uid woluhs lOTO pounds by black lUoud ho by Tom Kcona Iloth of thesu l ALIVINGTrading iiiurcs forfoltt Insurance not ro onstblu for niTcldentM murei grazed Ilco pier mums Wilt UUDUEHAIl Uowlond Ky