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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s pr c I 1- I J i 1- fd SEMI=WfeEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL s VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 24 1903 SAM N016 IN NBIGHBOlUNGCOUN1IESI James PerryWaddle li dead In Pu Uikl A patent for a horse blanket has been granted lo Mamie Cleaver of Lebanon t The L Jr N pumping tattoo and tank near Park vlllo were destroyed by fire Walter Hammock of Garrard was thrown from till buggy and bad an arm broken There It a movement on foot now to organize a new company of State guards laDanville Mln Wilma Dryant has been elected queen of the Odd Fallow carnival to bo held at Harrodsburg Win Walker Jr deputy postraas terllln a critical condition at his home In Lancaster suffering from pneumoniaJailer made an Important cap tune of Blvert Floyd charged with des peraicly wounding an officer at Kings Mountain recently Sotnersol Journal Dr Frank Maupln a Madison couc ty doctor who has been lUcccsstul In the treatment of children In Clay untie tVi has been arrested on a charge of giving a child medicine which caused It deathOwen Curd of Burgle has flied suit against the Cincinnati New Orleans and Texa Pacific Railway Company for 120000 for Injuries Which he allege es were caused to him at Burgle by an engine overturning and he betngeaueht under It Ue allege that bis arm was cutoff and his shoulder badly crushed Capt Phil B Thompson has Institu ted suit alllOlt Isaac Pearson of Oar rod turg alleging thai Pearson I It dented to him In tbo turn of 11000 for services rendered atI attorney in the now rioted cate of hue Pearson vs Mercer county Tbo suit wit over tho matter of compensation to Pearson for holding the bond a trustee Issued to the Louisville Southern llallway Com paoy by the county when It came through that county KINGSVILLE fUr Jones of Lexington Oiled hls appointment the Christian church I Sunday Mr Campbell of the new firm of Hodge S Campbell II spending the week In Lexington Mr Hodges camu down Sunday and bas taken Mr Ci place for the week Mr Hodges le contemplating a removal of the entire plant from Lexington hero Tbo firm f Is to have a new offlco built very soon I convenient to the mill and depot Tbo nojr switch It under construction Mr Jesse Alverson our next repro sentative was hero Tuesday Mr A teems confident of success In the rico for the nomination He has made him self very popular In this section of the county Felix Twliwell the popular 1 traveling alc ra n was herd Friday Mis Lena GnHln bll accepted a pOll tlon al teacher In Wet Virginia and left recently for that State Mr Jat Robinson of Junction City was here Tuesday with friend Mr Valland Ingham of Science HUM night operator for Mack William who continues Mrs W L McCarty continues quite tick with stomach trouble Jet 10 D Wearen Insurance agent of your city was tore recently Thomas Up tbegrovo of the a S was here a few days since Mr Evan expert machinist at the new saw mill will move hls family from Lexington In a few days and owing to a scarcity of dwelling here will be compelled to occupy T M Harris vacant store room Houe are constantly In de mind here It U a great affliction for a woman to have her disfigured by pimples or any form of eruptive disease It her morbid and and tuba her of social enjoyment Disfiguring erup tion are impure are curetlby the great bloods nedlcineDr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery It removes from the blood poisonous impurities which cause diseas It perfectly and pt Ulan ently cures sores eu II letter boilllpimples and other enr lye dIea by ti xla Impurity It incrcnses the acts of the making glands and thus In creases of pure rich blood e per about one year and a half tar face wa i very tally broken outs writs Min Carrie Adams or 116 Welt Street Blttlttirek Mleb srsrentavest deal ofmon wlthdoo ton and for of medicine but re Calved no benefit At last I read one of admtUemtnts In a r and obtained a bottle of Dr rirrcca Golden Medical DiKorenr lie fore I bad taken one bottle of this medicine I oot4ced a cha e and after takleg three bottle I wea entirecured I can well rrcomJUend Dr Medial Discovery to any- oneI dm11rly afflicted + The sole motive for substitution is to 1permit the dealer to make the little more paid by the sale of less mer t itorious medicines He lose Therefore accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery The Peoples Common Sense Medical I Adviser a contaiaig IceS pages fo given away Send 31 onecent stamps for expense mailing only for the look ia covers or 31 tamps for the vol vitae bound in ninth Address Dr It V Mace Buffalo NY t- oa K t ILANDSTOCKCROPSETC Two extra fresh cow for ealo O A 8wlnbrovl Qubhln 2 Snrae Clerk countv limbs sold as high as Id IS for June delivery JoilHh Ulshop sold to Montlo Fox a pair of Hgedmules for 1175 Charles Lutes bought In Danville Momlny 2d vearllng at 124 01 HufTmAo bought of J H Daugb man some butcher stuff at lie At Carlisle GO Aberdeen Acus cat tle sold at an average price of 175 8 W Given of Mlddlesboro bought five horses here at an average of ISO FOR SALE A good brood mare six years old S U Pottvybouso Hutton vllle Ky 2t Dogs Killed a round dozen sheep for Mr Jesse P mae of the West BnJ the other night Lutes k Co told at Danville Monday 10 vearlloe ulcers at 5e and 17 light yearling at 120 05 The Adair and Caidy county faire will conflict this year Oath will bo held the week of Aug 18 SEnD Cottv 100 bushel Doono county whiter well matured welt se lect dattl per bushel W M Bright Lord Derby beet performance was at the Empire City track when be trotted three beats In 2001 200 and 20fl W A Tribble sold to Fred Von All also a cow and calf for 140 and to J S Hooker a bunch of 625 pound steers at 470Shropshire Bros of Parts have sold to Mode Nichols of Lexington their saddle gelding Chief bj Cromwell Ka gle for liMO In 1001 Onward Silver won both the Uonner Memorial and the Massachu lelt and 17500 The trotter duplicating this feat thus year will win 117 600C Vanoy sold to Lutes iCo 17 hogs for May 1 delivery at Oe and 16 yearlings for present delivery at 4c He sold at Danville Monday a mule for 1120 Description and pedigrees of It E Goddards Red Leaf and Illustration and U D Carter Flower and Gov Deukhim appear elsewhere Read themCloyd Tandy k Co bought of Reece Morgan U F Duster and others 100 hogs at 16 40 to 10 They bought of George A Given 322 at 015 Adair News Capt Thomas English reports the sale of 200 bushels of wheat to D W Lfppi the Hustonvllle miller a few days ago for 78c Mr T A Bradley also sold several hundred bushels at these figures Capt English purchas ed a lot of hogs at from 6 to OlcAd vocateGeorge Kejcbam owner of tho great world champion trotter Crctceui 2021 announce that the horse will probably never race again If Kotchim does conclude to tend tbo champion another trial bo says It will be for the purpose of breaking the world record to high wheel sulky 203 hold by Su nol There le one other exhibition Creicou may give and then ho will be retired permanently to the stud said Mr Kctcbam 1 am gOlng to Europe In the full and will take the horse with me I may arrange for on exhibition In London for the benefit of charily That will be the last time the cham pion will over be exhibited TEATERSVILLfi Dogs got among a flock of sheep bo longing to Natb Bogle and killed and wounded several old sheep and One lambW J Owens of Dauvllle who has been with blsson Ed la very nck Mis Irene Simpson has returned home from Nlcholasvlila Mr Mary Boglo Is able to bo out again W T West and family of Lancaster were guests of Mrs Saddler Sunday Mrs Duck King still contin ues very low Miss Jennie Rogue was the guest of SundayMrtho latter sister Mr Taylor Sanders who Rae been very low Mrs Elzlna Curtis of KlrksvUle spent the latter part of tbo week with her son Forest Alex Simpson bought two calves of Robert Burton for 12750 James liar dried sold a sow and six pigs to John Hicks for 120 Joe Simpson sold a mule to Rob Long for 160 Mrs Alml ra Warren bad a fine Jersey cow to dlo Sunday Jessie told a tow and tbreo pigs for S1475 i Robbed The Grave bylobnI was In an awful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coaled pain continually in back and Bides no appetite growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Then 1 was advised to uo Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improvement I contin ued their use for three weeks and am now a Wen man I know they robUd the grave fjf another victim No one flioulil fail tp try them Only 50 center f taranteed at all drug More r V NEWS NOTES Glasgow Is to have a new city ball Fire at La Crosse WII caused a loss of 1750000 Clinton county will tote on an 18000 Jill In November Tne grave diggers of Montreal went on a strike for higher wages 1 John T Mcglbben died of consump tion at his home In Cynthlana Col A M Johnson one of the rich est men In Cbattunaoga is dead Twenty additional cases of typhoid fever developed at Stanford University In twd day An Italian nobleman came to New York and advertised for arich and beautiful young wife Four persons were killed and o l badly hurt In a wreck aa the Frlec- system near Everton Mo Henry Scruggs colored narrowly es coped belnli lynched by a mob of his own race a Franklin Tenn Tbo money sent to relatives abroad every year by foreigners living In this country fs at least 110000000 James Gllltum of Elkborn Creek tiled with 21 of his 22 chlldrep at hie bedside Ho was twice married Andrew Maine a Negro was so badly beaten by a Georgia mob that be died He was suspected of arson Tbo postofflce building at Hill City a suburb of Chattanooga Tenir was destroyed by an explosion of acetylene gas Robert Hamilton wee found guilty at Fairfax Courthouse Va of a fatal railroad wreck and was given 15 year But half the girls who graduate from college marry and ibota that do pro duco only one abd a half children apieceOne hundred pressed steal care are to bo delivered to the Pennsylvania Railway every day during tho current half year During the last year California pro duced twice as much gold II Alaska and Colorado produced more thanlhree mime a8 much A petition has been filed In Richmond to declare bankrupt the Trlgg Shipbuilding Company The Indebtedness alleged It 81260000 Twelve thousand soldiers are expect cd to be In line In the parade Incident to the dedication of tbo Worlds Fair buildings In St Louis Adam Ollngcnpeel of near North Vernon lad WAS killed by the acci dental discharge of his gun a frisky dOll touching the trigger The New tnjepcndcnl Long Die tance Telephone Company has voted a mortgage to build lines from Indianap oils to Louisville and St Louis Thousands of persona aro dying from swine In the Chinese province of Kwangtl and women are telling them solves Into slavery to escape starvation Daniel N Dove a farmer of near Co lumbia Ark shot and killed hie brothers wife kissed his own wife and Children goodbye then blew out his brains e Secretary JttXH has ordered tho court martial of unumber of army olllcera In Alaska who are charged wltb barter- Ing commissary supplies for tbelr indi vidual profit The trouble In tbtl Red Cross nfay come before Congress In the shape of an effort to obtain charter amendments satisfactory to the member suspended by the executive committee Several now Islands have been die covered In the southern part of the Philippine archipelago and Secretary Moody Is preparing to claim them as the property of the Untied States Robert C Ogdens epeclal party of oyer a 100 prominent ministers and philanthropists from the North have arrived at Richmond Va for tho con ference for education in the South which is in session In that city HUBBLE E B Miller Ion his family horse from collo Ed Minor la here from Peoria III on a business Jas ShaokeUordhae another young blacksmith at his house E1 Dunbar sold his sheep to Mr Johnson at 9525 throwing In the lambs S Dunbftr has contracted to put a lot of rock on the Ruth Branch pike at 95 per rod Mumps aro ttlll prevalent In this community Wm Anderson being the latest victimIA number of young people enjoyed the hospitality of Miss Mayrao Under wood Sunday Dave Spoonamore sold a brown mare to Ed Minor for 175 H B Cox was In ibis community trading last week B C5 Walter was here this week on business Mill MarysChestnut of Marksbury WAS here this week V B W Givens and Roscoe Hudson have rented Ed Millers farm and have purchased somo of his stock Mr Mil ler will return to Mt Vernon soon One of our gallant young men who was calling on a Danville belle was detained until a late hour Sunday ore ning on account of tho rafo He save be only wishes It would rain oftonerI Democratic Primary May 9th 1903 1IyoungfrlentlStanford has announced his candidacy for the dClllocrnUlOInomination for tive of Lincoln county In tho Legislature Mr Alverson Is a dyed Intho wool demo crat of tho 100proof kind and worklrrorpolitlcalomoan ho is a born politician and if elected will bo a credit to Lincolns splendid lighting democracy Sbl ondI i acquaintance reJlutatlonqualifications vningcs understand massoHarrodsburgDemocrat i JESSE M ALVERSON Who was not born running for the Legislature and unlike his opponent does not want the office for life FOR REPRESENTATIVE OF LINCOLN COUNTYI CRAB ORCHARD Rev J B Jones of Georgetown wee unanimously called as pastor of the Baptist church He will preach the UrsltSunday In each month Mrs Sarah Yancey State secretary of the C W B M will speak at the Christian church hero on the evening of the 30 Mrs Mary Bronaugh at tended the missionary meeting at the Stanford Bspifsl church Sunday Miss Jean Buchanan and Mesdames Jamee and Addams are In Louisville shop ping Mss Alice Newland has been on a visit to her little daughter Annie at Loretta Academy Miss Byrl James entertained at cards and a delightful luncheon Thursday evening Messrs Perkins Brooke W M and Currey Morris and Misses IU Holdam Annie and Catharine Bronaugb were her guests Mr and Mrs Harry Dunlap who have been guests of Mrs Borders left for Lebanon Junction last Mondav An excellent picture of Mrs Thomas M Worcester of Cincinnati was In Saturdays Evening Ppat She Is the youngest daughter of the late Dr Ople Lindsay of Crlltenden who was a coui lo of Mu Martha Lindsay Harris of this city Mrs C Goyer entertained a few friends Mpndayevenlng at Trlx Muse Vaoa dale was the guest of hon or Trlx U a new game with cards hero Misses Annie and Katherine Bronaugb entertained In honor of Mr i Curry Morris Tuesday evening Be Ie a brother of Cashier Morrie Little Melsaldle Chadwick who bee been quite 111 Is better Mrs Laura Moore friends aro glad to know that she Is better Mr and Mrs B G Boyle and pretty daughters of Louis vlllopwere guests of their parent Sun day Mis Alllo VanAradsle of Stan ford was tho pretty guest of Mtie Mol lie Brooks Ibis week D C Payne has moved his family to his new home on Lancaster street Dr Henry Pettu moved Tuesday to the Debord house Rev It B Mahony was here on Tues day on business We unintentionally omitted Mil Natlle Collier name from our list of personals fast eelei Steve Eles and wife have taken rooms In the bebord bouse Mrs Sarah White widow of the late T C White died at her home near bore tho 15th and was burled at the family burying ground Friday morn log Her maiden name was Sarah Owens and the was born In Rockcai tie She was married first to Edwin Snivel of Lexington In 1861 Three children by this marriage aro left to mourn the lost of a loving mother MesdameiJT Chad wick Ward Moore and Miss P Shlvel She was married again in 1872 to Mr T C White ofI this county two children Hugh S George J were born of this marriage She united with the Christian church In early girlhood and was greatly loved and respected by all who knew her aa the largo attendance of her burial was shown All that loving heart and willing hands could do wag done for her She is now wltb the loved ones who were waiting to welcome her In her heavenly throne A Thougtttful Man M M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in the hour of noel Ills wife had such an nnnsual case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help her He thought of and tried Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills anti she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at all Drug Stores I Prices of all grades of refined sugar are advanced five cents on the 100 lbs over J fit A lvorson is announced for the in the county of Lincoln and from personal and not do better than nominate and elect Mr Alverson to represent them and our State with the masses and lieres hoping Lincoln will go for Correctness In Dress Is evidence of good taste We all want credit for good taste and ifyou will allow us to dress you we will guarantee that you shall have it We can you all the need ideas In FurnishingsAnd IT PATS TO THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied T D mILLER Danville KD BuggiesSurries Wagons 1gersJRHASELDEN Ky I GARDEN SEEDS We have anIIMMENSE stock of garden seeds both in bulk and package We have Burpee and Ferrys in bulk and in pacKage Sweet Peas White nice pop corn and tho best varieties of early corn in bulk Plenty of yellow white andjhilljonionlsets Come early while you have full stock to select from Also good stock of northern seed potato earliest varieties of secondcrop HigginsMKinneySTANFORD ii I IRti JONES I DENTIST Stanford ICy Offlc JTetel Legislature a shW TKADEAT Road Lancaster Ferrys Nasturtian STANFORD GREENHOUSE EVERGREENSBalsam Fir American Spruce Arbor vitas Magnolias Floral dNtlCnl un short notice Bedding and Vegetable Plants of all kinds in season Phone l1IrlnK 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford rTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON HENRY fiOSWORTH t sa tinJIiite for State Treasurer subject to the rrl nary election May 9 190 end solklli the lurport of- aU democrats J F HOLDAM f Is a canJtJate for the Democratic nomination for Clr cult Clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the party M F NORTH Is a candidate for the Democratic nomInation for Representative of Lincoln county subject to the c Bon of the pasty J M ALVERSON Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rep resentatlve of Lincoln county subject to the ctlon ofI be party Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge M C 8AUFLEY For Commonwealth Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR THE most congenial relations hftvo always existed between the people of the counties of Lincoln and Madlsc duo to the fact that many of Mailsone belt citizens have for anum her ot years pact moved to Lincoln Bod made It their home nod are con lnulnlt to come here for that purpose readily establishing themselves amoog our foremost citizens forming strong and durable ties of friendship The pcople t of the two counties have Intermarried to Buch an extent that we have grad ally becomo allies so to speak Anum ber of the Lincoln boys and girls tave received their collegiate training at the Richmond colleges who remember with gratitude the kind and hospitable e treatment accorded them while tber by a generous and courteous people An active Interchange of business between the people of the two countlcsI has also assisted In drawing the peopl still closer together Mindful of all these prevailing conditions we appea I earnestly to the kindly feelings engendered j thereby and mutually entertain ed and urge the voters of Lincoln countt ty to exert themselves on behalf of Jno B Chenault of Madison county t candidate for the office of auditor It I the May primary He Is worthy com petent and qualified for the position I having been Intimately connected with the office for the last three years and a for 10 years Immediately prior thereto actively engaged In the banking Inatl lutlons of his native city and against whom there has never been the breath of suspicion as to his honesty and In tegrlty I IT Is enough to make a horse laugh to read Col Qrecklnrldges editorials In the Lexington Herald expresaln his great sorrow at the harsh words used In Goy Beckhama and Col HenI drlaka speeches about each other TheI uninitiated would think that Col Breckiarldge was really distressed to death about the matter but moat of us know that be Is only shedding croc odile tears pnd that down In his heart he Is rejoiced Years ago such things might have caused the colonel sorrow but since his democracy deserted him 0qurrrellDIr among democrats Is the sweetest of muHo to his ears FKOM the smuggling and many other arts that are practiced to evade the payment of taxes It appears that there Is no debt so Irksome to the general run of people Shortly before April 1 about 115000000 In deposits were withdrawn from banks In Chicago In order to avoid payment of the taxes due by the depositors on that day Then the deposits were fully retoredIA MISSOURIAN with 810000 has killI ed himself because he was lonelyI Seems to us that a man with that much money might have found something to amuse himself with Moat of us would be willing to try to keep from getting lonesome with such a roll In our Irisldo pocket A POLL of prominent democrats In Virginia shows a preference for Arthur PUQ Gorman for president They evi dently do not entertain the same opln loll of tile Marylander as tbe gentle ton from Nebraska HON JOIIN K HENDRIOK says bo wilt come to Louisvllla with 20000 majority on May 0h but he will surprise a great many It ho gets 30000 votes in the State This Is Bcckham year sure and certaint Endorses Abe Reniok HIGHLAND April 22 Having lived for several years In Clark county and knowing Hon Abram Renick cdcdl date for the democratic nomination for lieutenant governor of Kentucky I take great pleasure In commending him to tbe democracy of Lincoln county for the honor which he seeks at the prima ry May 0 He Is a tried and true democrat and loyal to tho principles of democracy Me was a member of the General Assembly of Kentucky In 1000 during the Goebel contest I would greatly If my friends would give him their support and I am sure they will never regret haying voted for clever Abe Renick uten ant governor Yours reapt J Y GOODPASTER 1t L HUSTONVILLE Lyon Myea lost a fine 400 iZeldlnjl this week by his roaring up falllo backward and breaking his neck Three prominent young ladles In our city are wearing mourning for ab f lends We give shelr names below but withhold tbe names of their frlendl TOLJAEIUDNMisses Camnttz and Julia StaiZg leave Friday to spend several days In the capital of Casey Nice pattlo Moorcs of Louisville Is tbo guest of Mrs G B Barnett The dally Vicksburg American of the fib just to hand contains a tln8 half tone of their Kentucky pltober Howard CarnnllJt of our city of whom they are very proud W K Leonard of Rose Hill bOlJght IMSbogs here alGio Quite a number of horses changed hands here most of which were medium grades of Soutb ero plugs Dr Barker sold John Coffey of Adair a roadster for 8165 Mrs G W Mills has arranged a mu steal entertainment for Friday evenl May let at the college chapel Tbo program will consist of vocal and In i strumental eoos duets and quartette by artists Admission 15o ltecelplf to go to repair chuccn The subject of Rev G W Mills ler mon on Sunday morning next will be The Attitude of the Christian Church Toward Christian Union and In tbo evening Nehemlah The choir ae tiered by members of the Choral Club will render some Impressive muelcal selections at both morning and evenlog services Everybody cordially Invite Ushers will seat you Mrs Mary J Huffman Is at home after an extended visit to Covington to lee her daughter Mrs Culbertso Miss Georgia Newburn spent a day In Danville visiting and shopping Pro Davis and wife of MIddleburg Colleg pent Sunday with Mrs Fannie Harper Miss Manona Glbony handson laughter of Caseys circuit clerk I oendlng a week wltb her aunt Mr Cud McCormack Wallace Hall III at home from Washington City to peed his vacation The quiet wedding In your city laet reek one of the West Ends faire augbters with a lovable character ind popular throughout this and ad lining counties was a surprise to tbe J any friends of Mr and Mrs Jas Wooda Before their return however lelr friends having recovered that c lulllbrlntn journeyed to the home ot ie fair ladened with substantial tokens of that love and friendship tba I IstlngulsR true friends through life Their presents were numerous and oleI ant and the congenial atmosphere or welcome and hospitality together with delightful lunch held their visitor until the closing hour of a halcyon day as gone but will never be forgotten POLIO I Gov Beckbam will speak at Owen ton MondayIJohn F Slusber has been appointee istmaster at Four Mile Bell county R Correll has been appointed post I master at vice J W Correll reslJroedtHon R H Tomllnton of Lancaster good democrat and popular all over a State hoe withdrawn from the race r lieutenant governor President Poosevelt has completed bls tour of Yellowstone Park The snow In tbe reservation was from two 10 five feet deep on the level Minister Leslie Combs has received a letter of thanks from the President I 01 Guatemala for his good offices Inc eventing a war between that country j aod Salvador j No candidate that has yet visited our town seems to have made so good an ipresalon as did Hon Henry BOB wortb candidate for treasurer eaYI- tbe Danville NewsIFrom present Indications It seisms bat tbe Hon T P Reed will be tbe- ooly democratic candidate for repre niailve and that Mr R G Price 9111 not be opposed for tbe democratic nomination for circuit clerk AdvoI cateMr Jesse M Alverson who aspires to be next Representative of Lincoln couoty and Mr C 8 Black who wants to Oil the same position from Mercer couoty were both here making votes ye sterday among their dlIerent coo tuents who were here attending the borse show Danville News THIS A THAT Jane Skllles was burned to death at Bowllnlr Ureen John F Hunnelly died at Middles boro presumably of morphine poison In Clarence Myers who had been mar- rled only a few days attempted suicide at Morebead A Chinese desperado who confessed toGO murders was crucified and held up as a warning to other malefactors Lieut Gov Lee of Missouri Is on- hie way back to St Louis to tell alt he koos In connection with boodllng The Indiana St Louis Worlds Fair aoclatlon has been organized In In mapolls to get up it 8160000 exhibit It la estimated that tbe endowment fuod ot Indiana University has been dllpleted nearly 830000 by unsafe loans 00 overappraised property Mrs Samuel Shrlvor of near TIf 6n 0 while mentally unbalabced poured oil over her clothing set tire to herself and was burned to death It Is probablyrely u coincidence tbat that Louisville operator who added the word boss to the Hon John K Hcndrlcks telegram Is tbe same swlfl Individual who trying to send non G Allison Hollands statement that there was to himuno sting In defeat put It there aro no strings on- tbe depot Frankfort Journal the beat physic Chamberlains Stom- acb and Liver Tablets Easy to assnt la cQeccU or sale by Clalytt Hockerf i Central Kentucky Reinstate fxhange ITLE COs- t Stanford Ky No 1 House an4 lot In Stanford B roomhall porch In Ibe rear goof garden nod nelahborb09d IInchurrbM anil Good for small tam fly ITIcefSJO No aSmallfarraSTaene a mtlei from bUn ford HouMof four good room back porch nd t- uranda good barn andotber bulldlop In 1OOd repair Cut In six fields welt fenced sO acre In one acre In fruit Urea Teat In lrall llongbratcommlrloaerasalut bargain and un lIelOldt and churcb Price 133 acre Land adjoining sold for IOnd 115 TaUlsibsrgila No IJlouee and lot In Stanford House ton alns eve rooms Uood stable and 5 acre Inta- room well fenced On of prettiest building lots enough In front for two other cottage or 2 story front be built to the cottage and be made a beautiful home Will be sold cheap u Ibe owner must hae moneINo 4Two story frame dwelling 7 rooms b1t and veranda Good garden fencing and houw In good repair For sale or rent Price reasontbli No 5 House and lot In Stanford Three room and hoot porch Uood garden and table Good repair sold cheap In Stanford I torlel1I0 7 Ilou Band lot moms Good garden smoke and coal hoium on Iia 8 Farm of orree 2 totlea kern Blan ford on county road 23 ten In cultivation a- In en puture 1 goat orchards and real In tlmbtr Two small cottages good bun and outbuildings w1I watered and tenclnjc fairly good Mace can be bought at your price aaOwnerllTi a In Indiana Ha and must hays money No 12 Dwelling of SK roomlcb1l and per- neccewryoutbuildings lNen lra Iwo story storeroom fHI lower room suppi shelves ale Water in dwellings nd atoreroomalditernandwenon pate 50111101 back ortera One mile from Unlldlnge In ooirpalranddwolllnr orlgtnaUy cost 1lJ OO- Dd ore onr PeU both Jbr WO or will rent No 13 R30ure6nn j zoOs ot Crab Ortbard Ky Brick dwelling Broom two Unaet hou two buns well and spring near dwelling farm In high state of cultifatlon 150 urn flyer bottom land good fencing fruit etc Price 13730 an en No 14100acreaot land on Lancaster trettln Crab thrhard oppoaltee prinR ingress no 1m stock water Iretneatbulldingstubotown lrtce of 3000 No 4A farm of300 acrea In Lincoln count Three good dwelling S good bare aid other oul building each house barn etc about the eenter of 100 acrea All on county road f mile from church school and and w1t watered ThU la a rood tobamfarm and would suit two or three ftmllle that might want to com Irotn Ibe aame ndghborbood lrlce reaaonable No SI HOUM and the Serra of land In MeKI ley Ky Keceaury outlmlldlnKi Fencing eoad indwell watered Wilt aell Ibis place on eat emma No MllouMand Jl acre of land within l nllea of bunforj lloun coatalna the room rereads etc newly painted larg new burn Orn crib granary etc All building and fencing In plenald repair Wen watered This la a Dloot lednbde home Price SltWO No 37 Two story eight room frame dwelling In Stanford Ky Large garden and barn lot 1bll 11 one of the uoit dntrable houtea In town Iruaaaonabl No IIIA nIce cottage and lot on Launch tract tIanfordj1 11000- Na rooms rood ditern eta Coi I- IGOO I1A farm of 155 sore near HuiloaTlll welling of eight rooms hall Tciaila etc Oc eoant house stock bun large tobacco barn nd otber tbtetn and ROOd weU In Ibe inland waitrtn every Held on the piece Farm it In aeren Beldi and claw land No buA latn of 190 urea ram dwellln four roam mod stock loam and all neceaaaiy out ulldloEt hoc1nload well watered cut inn rlda 95 acres In olllnUon ret In blue grass Leoa than half mile trout tnraptk We offet Ibis place for only 130 per are- Na S3 IMtrft of land In Itockcaitt for IIle- or exchange list all Decenary Improvement wtll watered Ac Will be sold at a bargain No 5OFarm of 160 arrce tltuited near Kings Tau Ky 60 acre In cultivation 99 In tinberres watered two good bull and olber- OUlbulldlDP repair Dwelling comparative r new la within Sue nl of thin ehurchei bool poatoffln and 0 B depol Property Ilea ou keand county road and Is the most dealrabl larm in that section Wi will aell the whole far- mr1t100or1eparrotsorsotInsthan 90 acrea 10 property No 601tnu of 76 acre near WaynMburg DwtlllnlKOOd barn etc Well witeted cndrQ In good repair Productive lime- one land qgoa oetthborhoolelae to school idon good road lrlc 700 No 4JA farm of 103 acres In CaN county Ky 9 and onehalf story dwelling with six rooms od barn and other outbuildings Blxty acres In Itlvatlon 13 ecru In Umber fruit ton etc La1 well on county rod close to churches ecbool eta nice only iCOO No 2SHoueandon acre land lion eon Ilnleyn rooms Tfrsnder cellar etc All nee lacy outbuildings i xtra large bun all In pleutlld repair llouw newly painted and cover ed nltrn u door load garden and urge barn lot PI nty of fruit on place Price 11100 to 2310 acre of land In Ford county Kac six 1A1IlroUl railroad end tulle Means rlfr Seventy ureeoflaod is rher bottom Ie tclais land and In gnu This land Is lot tie exchange No 9A farm of 122 acres four mile from Run belt pIke to the well watered- lcin goOd dweUing front pile all neoe wry tbulldlngs A splendid blue glue term aiil onjy 2 mlnutcadrlvafromoannlyieat Owner of no madlolnlng this ten rccnUjr refused tUcer re Votf rtblsatHTJW 110 66Farra ol IIS acrii In Cue anothert- bulldige lIor fram dwelling two pml barns In good repair Oplendld tobacco land and In good community A bargain at two to fl Farm of IIS acrea In Casey counl A ner two story 8 room frame dwelling sad old dwelling In 1lr codltlon Urn and oibru ut buJldlnp Un county rod splendid tobacco laal- welt watered two well spring etc ThU U a de- llrable home Price 11111- 0No 4S Fifty acre near Pleasant Point 1- Fume Douse 6 rooms and porch Ham and other outbuilding S enalo cultivation teat in 11m- bctr Well watered 300 yenta from postofflM lthoot- nd church layswefonplke and In good com nit 1 tire 050- Na le O04 cTtUr land near Cub Orchard cbeapNo 20 Two ttory house t rooms hallveranda 12 acre splendid land adjoinlngInbtlntord lro- poertlolt repair da nataoor ilrsiitlful home irlcr tlOOO 1o22 Itous of an rooms i irch one acre of- IfOUnd and good stable One mil row town lrlce 3290 So 29 Ftna of ti acres 5 mile from Stanford FredweliloK of 7 rooms 2 potchw 1 barns one log stable In wagon shed combined the other n extra Iraine with cattle sheds attache- drnapefafyarnngedfuennui tobacco Also nnery corn Fine orchard ocnclDj In good repair Well watered etc This term has been occupied by a former owner preserved and Improved la- milenofpoarot5cr10 church and school Rented for 1003forbait grain lent and la eultlvatoil 10- rom wheat tobacco and clover vine perfec- t1pnsentowner5850o u county records willow W or io 21 Dwelling of 4 rooms with 20 acme land In Moreland Uoqtl bun and oecesury outulldl- Ull 2 well lu rd splendid orchard and 2 urn In strawberries IDlIIIIlhte po se slon Price 5900 So 29 Prim bulel Isrg ruoius doubl veran duohally EI u A large 2 story storeroom lrontlng street Su feet Irvin hotel stain lulia iforuwflllng 2 nice cotugea nlcelyfurnlibed pa red cod painted 4 mums and veranda each A- IAItfCI barn co same lot used aa livery stable dg- udlD Vacant lot adjoining 36 feet front by 2iJQ- IWI deep All of this property la In London Ky Dd Ii a line tbance for some one to make money prle orha refused Io rent property fur WO rer- monh Onaccountof It wife onl- noaIon for arlllnz proprietor desires to exchange for farm la Lluculn county lo 27A farm of 141V+ acres In Oarrard county 3 alleafrow Laacwtvr Ky All in grass timothy do111 trfurgran except 10 acres nowastelend- udJ watered br Ktods and inchr through tbe plareTbelnd isrlch and Mluetlve grows nemp and tobacco lens with wlr and locust pots A good orchard proveinetila a SOOO twastoryclgbl room frame dweolllol llneach room pantries cellar newly covered and painted tenant DOOM barn and other outbuilding all In 1 condition In good neighborhood near church icbool depot iioflloe ant atore within 400 yards of hop- lbla place wl U sold cheap nsiSOacres of land one mile from Sonwrnet K re4it In seven fields Forty urea In culUn- lion 40 urea In pasture balance In Umber I well contains seven rooius Large barn and all fle- earyoutballdioe fenei sad bulldlnxsln Illeo- dId repair yell wle Prlct6W L R Hughes Secretary Treasurer tpe turnpikes In Davies county itAlt free i THE GRAND LEADER r I Figure Beauty I t Secured i 1m WeatlagThc fly f ModelPerfect Fashion Hip VGocorctts6klng Beautiful Fabrics I t We have a full line of this eololirutct Corset at 8100 Short Straight Front Cqyttill Cur sot 48o NOTIONS Now Shell Hair Pins tho 25c kind 15o Dock Combs at 10 15 and rill Shirt Vulst Pearls go at 25 35 and roc set Ladlort knee length Ribbed Drawers 23o Ladles Drop Stitch Hose the 2Sf kind ICo M B LEVY CO Prors Se I ARK RS j HAIR BALSAM Clraim lmnmtrl a 11buMUVs grthe t Ttr fall to Beater Gray IlIalFrmip to IJa YOUtJOcc oa 111u H I Public Sale lUvlnj decided to locate In the West 1 will offer for sale to the highest bidder 8ATUKUAY MAY 16 1003 onI my house and lot mite from Hmtonvllle and llradfordsTlllo Kleven room lioun conveniently arranged cistern and wet near the door barn and all necessary out hulldlnps new Will also sell al honewaooin comparatively new and household and kitchen MitE ELLA L ROSE Please call and see our complete Title of Ladies Misses nUll hats in real of post oilice building MRS G AN The city council of the city of Stanford do ordain all follofti That tho North aide of filiiatreel In tanford Ky from tbe rrsldSnco propert of William Severance excInainR 1tlo tsldence property of M JJ Elmore at the atcr ectlon of and Danville streets BCludlng It and also the Feat side of Dan yUle attest In staid from the property o M It Elmore above referred to and InJ It to the residence property of kin TH lelmi help including co of same to a point opposite the entrance al rnded acbool lot be paved wllhe brick pavement to be support ed by a tone curbing work 1 to lone In every particular as required br Sec Ion 411 of tbo Hylawa Rules and Iteeulattoni for the government of the city of Ky p neat shall be six feet In width and the aid work ibull be done at the cost ot th wneri of the ground fronting the Improve if nu at provided br law Tbe foregoing lit a copy of an ordinance doptcd April 1003 L K HcniiES Cltrk 226 12 Made over Versatile track In win ping race Sired Up Anteo 316V that sold for 840 000 at public Mlo lit dam Mary Ann by lamtorrn 813 nnor Mnmbrlno Iatchon Theee two crosses The Abbot OeU champion trpttlng gelding of the rorld 2nd dam Independence ion or Andrew Jackton Independence dam bj merlcan titer The American Star and ndrow Jackson blood la responsible fur rcscens 2D24 tbe champion trotting stal 1100 ot the world You tee Antccarlo two toP croiici aro responsible for the fastest elding two crosses are re pontble ror the fastest italllon Then YOU see otter bred than either of them fir ho hai Ibe blood of both- Antecarlols 1 a solid brown horse tI hand high weighing 1170 pounds flue lyle and action One of the heat polled men on trotting hone writes of him at rei- 10wI In to thel stallion Anlecatk aaeta tIO- OuZhlofTIIIS ley1aal My I worked him about pJaya In 1901 I cnnsUer Mat one of the faslsl utters I ever drove or in otter words about as fast as I ever sew I havC M I Man Imi 1 sty pit Sby a prospective buvtr could hot a tlmQuarter he was In my charge tint he step a 13 ii i to curt He JOM not nnJ any earn iljlni- anyklnJof J O MCAU4STE- KHe will make the present setisou nl our ale barn at IIS to Insure a living colt I Will also stand ytQla lwn horse lie II too woU known to need bmmenti Ac a lire of hlgholati builnenahorswt he has ever been Will stand at 820 to nitro colt Maren parted with after being bred to these hones Insurance Sad money brcomei dun Lien retained on colts until leason U paid B II Dauzunr Jt Ob r e Wo have Just Mvolrcd from the etlc braced Iarueoit Shirt Waist factor a largo lino of White antl Colorc Shirt Waists also n full lino of Ladles Wash Suits perfect fitting jjanncnU A Flno India Linen White Waist roc WhKo India Llnon Waist colors Polka Dots USc Very Fine Whit Oxford Waist very stylish eli lint ccrlzcd Oxford Waist whlto or colh ore eli India Linen Waist New wide bund trimmed Monte Carlo front 2ro India Linen 250 9300 9400 and WOO oath Wo have recently added to our de purlmunt a full and complete lino of Ladles Muslin Underwear a few site vials for a starton Ladles Muslin Gowns nicely mtule IS tents i Muslin Gowns Hamburg trimmed 74 cents Ladles Corset Covers woll made 15 tents Ladies Corset Covers trimmed 2f Ladles Corset Covers trimmed Va Lace 48o Splendid made Skirt Hamlmrg trim med JSc SPECIALS 20 down Mens Fine 0100 Shirts go at69 cent- sSpecial Prices on- Mens I Dont buy your SUIT until Clothing you sea ours wo have tho right kind EXTRA SPECIAL 1000 yards 10lnchld Hamburg worth 20 21 and 35o yard nalong as lasts goes at 100 yard order for as ninny to share In this bargain as possible we limit 10 yards to each customer I ri1 A OroatI Dollar SKirtt II U dec 1e tt exchange a lunar fir one of these Sotueta Patti coati yoaI met the gnatm sXlrt Viluethat your mosey ever bought In the firvt place IIImalarial lest better quality than iron apceds- carcely ect In a tfttt t1 tJfftrie And tlun It Inelegantly trimmed wh a very deep 4 anto 1 ad Beat nsfio Art the fleet II pint bait tjgamest II the tray tat t Is mdde T very UR to wrapped and there are no plates forth dust rtbI1 rYfth la J hortrlly and eneuries sI i uWr taken and Pau- gnctr lie battered with I rii a and rinta t heIyoV make esrISkirt lit like a rmucto onler gar ir il III itke Ir onll 100 1 The beet 9100 Underskirt milllc dUst proof ruffle very best of Mercerized Saloon Better one at 0160 12 and W See this lino before you buy CROSSETT SHOES A full lino of LEWIS A CUOS SETTS Mens Fine Shoos Wo can stilt you at 2 0200 fJ WGO anti ItWo can give you choice of Pat Kid Pat Colt or Velour Viol Kid or Box Calf Tho Shoo that fits the oyo and tho foot THE GRAND LEADERB LEVYMnnopor onllustonvine MILLINERY Childrens SINGLETON ORDINANCE ANTECARLO PENCEStnu1nrd Sultologanllynmdc F G0 FOR FINE 4 1 FURNITURE CARPETS MATTINGS r RUGS ETC RANGE SALE 1 t We will offer eight of the BESTIRANGES till May 1st at greatly 1 reduced prices Tho 17 kind will gd at2a 1425 fho 26 kind will go nt 2125 The 30 kind will go nt2176Th-oSU kind will go nt3060Tho 810 kind will go ntU47ljTh- o 60 kind will gp ntII60have hover tend suoli an opportunity pro eontod to you bcforb 80 now 18 your ohrtndo- AH stoves will bo sol up in your kitchen And guaranteed I 1 laEH HARRIS CO IToIS- EASY Ky j ALL p Sorts of pretty jewelry is the vogue Many nov cities Imyo been added Como in nail see the latest ill Jewelry Wntches 1Absolutelyno W H MUELLER Stanford 11Ky JiicreisnoDifficoity 1Atmy place in satisfying i of thole who eeek- i UKOCKJUES of high goal s icy For the next 16 days in order to reduce my stock I r5wiii tell 500 Iba of high t Coflops at COST and oihbr values in proportion 4 i IJverjtblDc fresh neat pcdctly Soo me and t save money Eat more and payjesr J tlteaGrocorr 0- r r- a 1r T THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I 1 o STANFORD KY Am 21 10031 In UlllDjr your prescriptions wo uio proportlan8not do boner U yon paid ui doublo tbo price which leolwayi reasonable Pea tvi Drug Storech r IciolnifitRODIRT PERSONALS ycilorday Mn S T HXuitis went to Lebanon t WILL little son ot Mr William Field livery III Miss KATE ALCOKN U recovering from a torero illness MilS GEOIUIB LOVKM of Ford It 1with Mrs O W Lovell t JAMES BNOLBMAK of Middles born spent soveral days with relatives hero I Mite T C WILLIS and Nancy spent levcral days with relatives at Rich mood a MRANuMns J O WILLIS were hero from Crab Orchard Spring yesterday MRS K C WALTON and children will RO to Drodhead today to spend a MMILLARDwas In Adair last week looking for cattleAdair News- MESDAMES M E FISH end W O Pettut of Crab Orchard were guests of Mrs Dexter Dallou MR AIIMI FELAND JK has given up hit position with tbo L k N clvl engineering department Mn J V AItNOLD of Mlddleiboro was hero Tuesday en routo to Uarrard to tee a mighty pretty girl Dna STEELB BAILEY and J O Car pester attended tho Kentucky State Medical Society meeting In Loultvllle- MR OuiiBRT VRKELANU candidate for commlitioncr of agriculture wat hero yesterday mingling wlthlJomo crate Mnssns W MASON MORals and Morris M Perklnt of Crab Orchard weru hero yesterday returning from Lexington MR K U STALLCVI formerly of this place has been elected president of the Loultvlllo Produce Exchange Ho It a member of tbo produce firm of Thompson t Co and It doing a flno business J H ALLEN tbo druggist U to rlouily ill again hit condition giving much concern to bis friends Otboro Bough of MoKinney Is a frequent vis itor In the vlelnlty of Somerset and none bltmes him for It Somerset Jour nil Miss JEAN WARRBN will be tho hoilcai at a gay house party during tho Brit week of May She It expecting at her guettt Misses Suo McKlnloy of Winchester Nell and Jotepblno War ron of Stanford Pattlo Crotwalte ol Lexington and Phoebe Ucckner ol e Wincbctter Mitt Warren will enter tain very oandtotncly on the SIb In hoc or of her guettt Advocate LOCALS GUESS what the weather will donex BUOOY harness galore at higgins L McKlnney ay1- i 200 LADIES skirts Prlco II 60 to 110 I Grand Leader t SUE that new stylo refrigerator at Higgins MoKIDDcy FOR RESTCottagesaadOre acres of land for root L R Hughes I NBW lino Silk Stocks end turn ov collars just received Grand Leader JUST In 1000 yards extreme wldol Hamburg at lOs yard Grand Leader WE sell and Qt to the band the host II and tl 50 ladles kid glovo on cnrlb John P Jones WOOL Wo will pay the highest price for wool Call and got sacks now r Carton 1 Ponc WARE ROOM chuck full of bugglon carriages runabout buckboards carts o IIIgglnsMcKlnnev NEW Linens for waists and suits In all colors 3U Inch at i6o absolutely washable Severance ft Suns PrOF L U UUUIIHS school at land closed a successful term Tuesca lie Rue ably assisted In tbo school by Miss Stella McClary ELVKRT FLOYD charged wlthcuttlng Constable Murphy at Klngsvlllc was bold over to circuit court In 1200 which bo has failed to give M ZACIC STEWART who killed anotticr NegroatCrab Orchard In July last gave bond yesterday and was released from jail Mr W A Uoazley wont on the 1300 bond- TIIEcottago 6 In Dooleyvllle occupied by Green Gentry and owned by Dop Moran also colored burped yesterday afternoon Tho tire company arrived in limo to save adjoining houses MAD Dou KILLED Marshal R Jones killed Jeff Beldens dog yearor day morning TJio canine went and bit dogs belonging to Dan madI aid Morgan Boone and they too put to death by tho officer J C I Willis1 FHESII NoaDd v 2 Salmon at T C LOOK at tbo readymade skirts and waists at Severance S Sons + gEl us for carpets matting oil cloths curtains shades Poles SOy ctsars d Sons 1 1 Hun Q COOI died at Highland last night of pneumonia A wife and 10 ildren survive I FOR your graduating dross go to John P Jones and you can rest secured will bo all rlcht MY stock+of barn her Al so handsome lines of summer lap robe See them J O McClary FltKSH vegetables beans peas new potatces radltbet beats Also frctb Qtb Geo U Farris JtCo + THE delinquentlistf1002 will bo sold at public auction In front of noun house on Monday May 11 1f10 county court day + FERRILL VAUUIIT bought J Dl Waltons sterna In thu store at Mil bySborllY meatDThe laoien of the Christian church of Outtonvllle will give an entertainment at their church on Friday evening ay lit the proceeds to go to the burcb I A GENTLEMAN very much Interested In the Crab Orchard fair told us yes terday that copy for tbo catalogue of this years exhibition would bo la the bands of the printer by May 10 1wE aro glad to that C F Epperson who was taken to Lakeland Asylum some weeks ago Is getting In trotter mental condition and that proto pests are flattering for a complete res toration of his mind I FAVOR the building of a good courthouse ono that we may look on with pride said Mr L G Goocb of Waynesburg loan L J reporter yes terday Mr Uooob Is one of the big tax parerrof the county and Is not fearful that the rato of taxation will bo Increased In order to build a decent Court touea THE Wllraoro Times contains a picture of V O Mulllkln and two isle famous bloodhounds that located a fugitive In Clay county 41 hours after tbo trail bad been made During latt year Mr Mulllkln made 121 succesttul captures with hit bloodhounds Sher pupfrDmi THE county committee will meet w day to select Ulcers to hold the prima ry ot May 0 It will appoint only good moo and true for tbo Important busl ness they aro to do This Is tbo tail day for entering the races for ropy e= tontatlvo and circuit dark Tho an nounced condldatcs are Don M F North and Mr J AL Alverson for rep rcsentatlve while Mr James F llol dam has a walkover for the democrat 10 nomination for circuit olork I FOLKS Ui WILLOW UREEiT ho Dtvideol0 actors w III present tbo great rural comedy Foil WaltonOpoDopeerI Davidson has appeared hero three timesI and Is too well Known to make com I moot necewary He Is an axcecdlDg clever gentleman end Is good comps on the stage or o3 of It The manage I moat Is not afraid to guarantee hici i I tertainment and will cheerfully refund the money to any ono who sees tbo play rand Is not pleated with It ifo man was oyor treated bettor thou I was at Huoionvlllo remarked Hon Henry Ah Bosworth caddlda for State treasurer to us when he w hero Wednesday I wont to that place and met my good friend Gco Weath orford who booked up a couple of his fat horses and took mo to Liberty Introduced me to hundreds of demo orate and brought me back to his hotul where I spoof tbo night Next morn fog at leaving time 1 asked for my bill and to my utter surprise bo told mo It had been paid Who paid It said I y Your friends hero dont charge you a copper for anything you want and wo Insist that you dont fall to como back greatlywandqquitting his racp and making his homo with the good people at the West End capital r T 11Uodwortba and refused the 81600 reward ottered ebakloAbandBosworth lives at Loxlogtou and he bears the distinction of making Fay otto county ono of tho very best sher iffs It ever bad Ho Is now a candidate ellD8faUfor that otllco No candidate over met with warmer reception than he Is reo 9elvlng wherever bo goes Democrats recognize in him a fine gentleman and would make a must excellent Gstandard bearer and they are going to tbeprimaryBoewortb has y strong following ID willcarrymajority I New patterns In mercerized waist lade Severance k Sons + I Miss MAOOIE SAOBAY will be In Stanford next Monday ttTtb to astlst In tbo laller1I t R G JONES bouBbt yesterday of I Sweeney Mbrgan the bouse and lot In I tbo west sod of town occupied bj Will Mershon for 8500 A REPORT was hero Wednes I day morning that President Roosevelt had been shot while hunting In Yellowstone Park Wo are In Ignorance as t bow the report got started I BOSS A mi AM RENICK candidate for lieutenant governor anti N B Hayes for attorney general spoke to a fairsized audience at the courthouse lest night after having boos Introduc 2ectle1mooeffort of Mr Hayes was especially good theeaI of his logical und Interesting talk I SUPERB SCENERY Ooo thousand square yard of special scenery all oo a magnificent scale and adjustable to any stage Is carried by the Frank avidson company who will appear at Walton House IcooIIeand will virtually make an en tire now stage In our opera house all removedRuchwas never before attempted and Is won worth seeing Prices 25 3ft and ante Get reserved teats at McRobl trts drug store I MATRIMONIAL cauntylaodcounty were united In marriage Wed netday VandorbUtwho was Miss Harriman are to be mar tied Is conQrmed by her brother Mr and Mrs J G Burosldc fOr Point Leaved Canard county ttu nounoo the engagement of their death ter Miss Flornnoe Shearer Duruside MiddlOSlwro0 May 7Atb FemaleCalleJeM BandldcQ and Mist Addle May Jar DJPIDlrertoDOItiler young people of tbo Wett Eod bride is an exceedingly bendeom blOodo highly educated and o iltlya1 ed The groom It a steady farmer and an excellent gentleman Ho Is the youngest son of the late Madison SaoI dldeoand Inherit bis fathers good qualltlee and thrift Friends alf over too county extend congratulations to JoUnNAJoinsbride long lives of genuine happiness CHURCH MATTERSI Rev L 0 Spencer will preach moraIDIlRev William Sprinkles will Oil Rev E J Terrells appointment at Hebron church Sunday next prepstogMd hoe lIVeD his fortune of 1160000 to the Jesuit order Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at lTlornlollMay2nd Sunday In May Iesera1 730 oclock thin Friday evening The Ladles Aid Society of the Bap fist oburen of Uarrodtbur about two muchnpas raising the amount by giving e0t0 taloments and have soma money loft oyer Tho Ureeit apartment houiio In the world It the Ansonla which Is jutt completed nt 72nd Street and Broad way New York It Is 17 stories big provides for 1800 persons has 10 el eJvators The build lOll cot 14000 singaeRobert A Scearco was awarded damage for injuries alleged to LawroncobureD a defect 2ooI i 3 flIIforilnrngnt mo l dur M pig tight bull ttmnc In ale hlh will Ml Mcti or low fence or will Mil by the roll IeAkItR- chkenskessand k IIS Do not past ne by Am here la Tile Fine Trolltec Suttton Flowers 25031 will stand at my stable near TumersvMIe tie lah fJhhlnthe est FiBI Jaw Unit Tracy n full inter to Nettle L rsi by Ce rce idlers sire of se aof- armenJallamof i SttuiU dam LWy 0111 dim ol NeHk L bv Gllli Vermont eel Ire w Uui tier Boy aiiand lUmof untulta fl ttitNreofIn the aaoNsCTMKIneprr sire of nhie anJ several others ThfrJ dam Kits own Mster SfLarceIn Rowen Is ambkJ the blood of three i the Ekradeju per cent of as olt4vn ors nikifM- tang muchs a son few t cs breeittne As an ln4rvUi al tie Is equity gnat havhie plenty ol ub unce and acttefi With OMI gakbrit Will also stand the Dwck Jack COY DECKHAM NitIMnleehteh yyars o r J IllfIlIUIIWhen mares are with season money- eomttdue Mares furnished crass at Sj per m net resrenslble for aacUentt but best of tare taken wUi stock ttP CAKTEIJi Tumtrsvllle Ky WOOL WANTED thehighedwant your wool E McCUKMAOK k SON HuntoaTllle Ky For Sale Flftr secondhand CWDR machine In eoodrepBlr tram 41 50 up MpKOVVBOOVK Sianfurd Ky Hemp Seed For Sale l A limited nDiount of strictly nice dean ImportationonNiis lUID uN Lnurnter Ky A b KtCt1ta finrgflucDentiat Stanford Ky Jffletof UeBobens Ode7Rauamc I DR PaW Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Offico in Myers Houso Flats Millinery Opening At Liberty 1 We beg to call this attention of the ladles of Casey and adjoining counties to this an MillineryOpening 111IcityIIJKLDEN SISTERS Liberty KT I For Life or Accident Insurance Iapplyto Charles Ea Powell ORIee N a2ndI Many good companies but only one bestThe quitnblestrongest in the world I Got also n combination Disnbili ty policy in tho Fidelity it Casualty Co of New York Covers every Accident COors every illness 1SEASON 903 I Wood Lawn Stock Farm ilRED LEAFchampion slaw nurse of Kentucky anJ taaJIng sire coltshavingaverage of Hot so L t Insure with foal 1 ILLUSTRATION ltlambrinoIo1i performers Mambrhw Patchen Is the leaJIng br foalWe privilege uf breeding back until you do eel a colt etRE GODDARD fjurcin Ky WOOL WflNTBD I marklest price for 50000 pounds of Wool Call and get sacks J HBooxE Livery Feed and Said Stable Depot St Stanford Ky GALTON 12910 wr210xr of Alice woke2liAlletta2lSKJbySolleldalreotsix better Second dam Kentucky Prince Jr tlreofJ Q Y17Y Iemonade2brii and the dam of 15 In the lItThird dam by Old Joe sire of the dam of Q S117K- Ourobella Wilkes Is the greatest living recordlela the list In ll1e leading all of the great sire Ills cone daughters hue UI In the list Gallon will not be a Court dapoxhlblllon hone but will bo at my table for lervlce 2 mile West ot Ilustonvlllo at 810 to Insure II llva colt I have several of his colt from two to fourjcanold that cant be excelled by one stallion for site form style and plactngyourmaresIfIs due Oood gross at 82 per month after the lit of May Phone lu residence I W M DOIlI Hustonvlllu Ky Spring Opening of Wall Paper We are relmlvlog tome ot tile handsomest Wall Papers InfImported The price range from cheapest paper s to the roost oxpeoponslva gpoelaitlee Theme papers era opened dally ana are on dlspmy at our sore Mid all the of Danville DqleandadjelnlugeouotleearoIn stoles gladly furnished on all kinds of rating and paint bydompotuat Paints nd- Window Glass We have the best Blind YMfApelDte on the market also sale varnishes and all kliid ot palntow supplies at the olostrt market jirksea A E Gibbons StontoDanville a Kentucky doming Pointers Quality Fit and Workmanship u Should be noticed closely before a Suit is pur chased All these points arc important See that tho coat routs are well stiffened eo that they will sot up well on the cheat and not wrinkle back this keeps the lapels up in place whether the coat Is buttoned or unbuttoned The collars should be put on by hand The button holes should be worked by hand Our largo stock of Perfect Fit ting Clothing have nil those points of superiority We are the only dealers in Stanford selling Cloth ing DIOde with PATENT SHAPE RETAINING COAT FRONTS Our values are the best our fits are perJect See our large assortment of patterns Cummins a McClary N Y M P a j 1 r l k 1 1 r j A Ribbon Bargain A Good Thing For You We pnce on sale today 1000 yards all Silk Taffeta Ribbons in Black White Pink Red Blue Nile Boise Green and Navy three to four inches wide as long as they last at tho round price of ONLY lOc PER YARD t usual price 15 to 25c but by buying a large quantity we can make this low price SEVERANCE SON CLOTHINGA Select Line of Suits for Men Boys and Children Also a Splendid Line of TKOUSMIS all Manufactured l y the very best manufacturers in the country Call and see our stock w E PERKINS Crab OrchardI W+ B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPERBest Ready Mixed PAINT for any PurposeJ i I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL JMtred n the post olffce tit Stanford at usndclat mailer 2PabUeheclruesaY8 4Frtc1VA- T 1 PER YEAR CASH pet When not loptldanOO wilt beebtrged KNOXVILLE DIVISION o 74 Train going Nortb 1144am 028 230am oM South1217amHo23 II to 122 p m FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied byWm Severance Will rent for one or more years J B OWSLEY Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard For Dargalne Fresh line of Orocerlel and Oakes Etc lost received Highest market prices for Butter Eggs Ac Give him a call fig lice of Dry Goods Notions Gents Fur nlshlug Goods Etc just added to my tock THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is all the year for the treatment of- surgIcal and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills duo when service are rendered and must Io paid promptly Giboney F Jeffries Livery Food Sale Stable Liberty KyS Drummers specialty nigh Grade Horses and Mules bought sold Feed horses receive personal attention Traalor j ice DEALIK3 til Wblsku Braiulu Wines Beer Clnars Etc Carpenter Cloieito DepotSTANFORD KYI Prompt and polite stttntton Nothing but the be s to drink phone ear telegraph criers receive I crompt attention II J D Yerenlnsurall6C Fire and Tornado Insurance The Home of New the largest company In the world Assets 12 Surplus IS regards polIcy holders 9436Ol8 69 Farm property In Casey Garrard coin counties Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky I IL BMahony insurance fluent Fire Life Accident and Tornado Nono but the larg est and best companies rep resented Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky F P MJTHAND = Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J R Beazleys Livery Stable I have had occasion to use your BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Mcdl cine and am pleased to say that I never used anything for stock that gave half ai good satisfaction I heartily recom mend It to all owners of stock J B BELSHER St louis Mo Sick stock or poultry should not eat cheap stock food any more than sick persons should expect to be cued by When stock and poultry are sic give them med- Icine Dont stuff with worth less stock foods Unload the bowels and stir up tho torpid liver and tho possibleand Poultry Medicine unloads the tolillliverIttaken in time Secure a 25 mat can PoultryMedicine times over Hones work better Cows give more milk Hogs gain flesh And hens lay more It solves the r bloodlfleshthe amount of food con lamed Buy a can from your dealer l Its Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call EMcConiiutK Son Dealers in Groceries Hardware Harness Furniture and Country Produce C In the Jas Frye stand Ilustonvillc Also Agents for Osborne line of Implements I PUBLIC SALE Having dtdJd to go to Pennsylvania I will sea at my farm about t mile west of rlger a 12 mars south of Crab Orchard fork on Cnmmencingattooclocksefthefobwing describ Four good cows T calf ejlrolfrty fmh In to days 4 betters s yeroU s s year stet sheep 4 Large hoes t t herse wagon harness a shot gun lot of rows lot of chickens about 8 busbeli of wheat 40 bushels of corn oats cooking stwe heating stove bedsteads chairs i safe tablet lOt of housebolJ goods and many other things Terns on personal pioperty cash In hand I will also offer my farm of inserts mostly In rood tattat land The farm hu to te soloS without reserve ed by Convenient to school ant churches and In neighborhood Terms on term onehalf ca sh- an remainder In i and s years with equal Install ments bearing 6 per cent Interest from date Anyone d llrlnl to look at this farm to can on J P Chandler Crab Orchard Ky orW LanJgrafOt yThis Is known as the old Jack Wed n farm woo was a great money tender In hit 11- YJOliN VILLKOP J P ChinJler auctioneer i J L Beazley 5 Co Undertakers and- Embalmors 4LSO noun II Furniture MnttlngsJRugs fhey will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY tJ+ c+ McGLtARY V NDEEtFJ AXEB EMBALMER And Dcaloar In HAENESS SADDLERY 830 Stanford Ky Terra Cotta This famous race horse and thoroughbred will make the season of i oiat the stable of suliionIEstcs i it mile from Crab Orchard Ky on ford the low of Jto eason1IIseason Is then due Mares kept on Id grass at Si month Terra Colta was foaled In 1884 Is 16 hands and at active as a cat He Is by Harry OFallen by Imp Australian dam Imp Sunny Southbby Irish DlrJ catcher fist dam Laura U by Lexington dan Alabama by Drown tick ad dam Laura G by Paul he by LexlnltOn dam Annie C by Imp Glenco 1 dam Scythia py Imp Scythian 4th dam Ann Hanley by Imp Yorkshire Sth dam Argentine by Bertran by Arch c c Terra Cotta was a great race horse and won the following stakes As aI iwoyearoU he won the Clark A Thomas stakes at Lexington and the Lakevlew handlca and Tremont stakes at Chicago At threeyearsolj he won the St Louis Derby and Chas Green stakes the Dextrll Sheridan and Finality stakes Chicago and Relief stakes Saratoga N At fouryear old he won the Elmdorf Ierchran Merchants Eclipse Granite Mountain and Day RUjre stakes besides many purses and over night handicaps Terra Cotta Is the sin of many good winners Thl Is a rare chance for farmers to Improve their horse stock at small cost Terra Cotta sold fouryearsold for R H BR6NAUGH I will also at same time and place stand my fine mule jack black with mealy nose at Is to Insure a living colt Conditions same as the sbovr TMILTESTES DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache ocxldnerCUREDladder Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you ltneccssarytrite Dr Iennet lie has ei ont a time curing just sues cuses asyours All consultations Free For years I had backache severe pains across kidneys and ecsldlng urine 1 could not KC tout of bed without help The use ot Dr 1enncr a Kidney and Backache Cure re stored me G WAGONER Knobsvllle Pa Druggists SOc tt Ask for Cook BookFree TVITUSDAHC Sure Cure Circular Pt Fenner FrcdonlaN y DIGNITY DARE COMBINED STALLION Foaled ISM 15 3H hands high weight 1 to mahogany bay with black point vend a model In form with that wondrrtn style characteristic of the Chester Dare family so universally acknowledged as su perlor to all As a show liiTrse he has made a good record winning In uu class and In sweepstakes many blue tics In his 2 year old form Dlgnlir flaro won 13 blue tie out of 14 shows in Central Kentucky In har ness ho Is very styllih well with pure decided action and with a little hand line last tall stepped a 5SO gait a clip fet Ruddle horses can thaw ranking him a harnrs hone of the highest type ruder saddle he Unattractive bold with beet ot line action speedy separating hit gapes perfectly wIth knee action necessary for an nptodato sire Ills colt though young are coming to the front and fatt ranking him one of the bolt of breeders which class bring causation wltlTongbone With great action What The Papers Are Saying About Judge Breoklnrldge Judge Brecklnrldce la a faithful and loyal democrat and our neighbor ant ho would have received a most flatter lOll vote In this county Rich mood Register Judge Brecklnrldgo le an able upright gentleman nod would adorn any position that be might be elected to by the people DA li a life long deraocra and has many friends throughout tht State who regret that be li not to make the race Danville News Judge Brccklnrldget reason for re I tiring from the race for the governorship Is honest and straightforward In keeping with the character of the man His race was made fairly and squarely with full courtesy to hit opponents and a careful regard to what was due himself His course throughout has eerv ed to reokbon him with Kentuck lane everywhere Louisville Times We have always entertained the kindest feelings for Judge R J Brook Inrldpo and supported him In every race ho ever made till the present and- It was with regret that we could not do so thl time The paper of which we were then editor the INTERIOR JOCK NAL nominated him for attorney gen eral a fact be afterwards acknowledg ed In a speech at Stanford adding that no bad not thought of making the race lIt our suggestion The judge Is a tried and true democrat and wo hope igaln to help him carry his banner Lexington Democrat LIBERTY=The rain the rain Well It never eases to rain Is the hourly exclama IonMonday wa3 quarterly court here but owing to the high waters little but nets was transacted The fiscal court waellS session Tuesday- C G JefTrlei has been circulating a ittltlon securing subscriptions to irldge Green river and hu secured over 8500 In a very short while G R VWlklnson was In Russell and Adair lat week buying stock Fay tte Wilkinson has returned from Leb non Willie StairS was at home last Sunday from Qustonvlllo College Dr James Wesley and wife Miss Dertba and Pat Whip left the 21st for Jklahoma City Oklahoma where they will make their home Their moony friends regret to lose them but wish hem abundant success and happiness hurever they may go Itev J Q Montgomery filled his pulpIt here Sunday F P Combed and son Homer left Monday for Grayson oiinty Texas where Mr Combest J8 Flanlgan ofiwns a largo farm Jethel Ridge was bere on business Saturday Miss Lizzie Phillip paid a lying visit o her home here from Bus onvllle last Monday G W Tboma the accomplished eboe drummer from Somerset spent Sunday In this place A Great Sensation There was a big sensation in Lccjville JDd when W IL Brown of that place wbo wasexpected to die had his life eyed by Dr Kings New Discovery for Jonsumptlon lIe writes I endured in uberable agonies horn Asthma but your New Discovery gave me Immediate relief and soon thereafter effected a complete ure Similar cures of Consumption neumonia Bronchitis and Grip Ate numerous Its the peerless remedy for all hroat and lung troubles Price 50c and 11 Guaranteed by all Druggists Trial wltlea free Horace Hogan ot OwensWJro while on his way home drove oft an embankment aed was dead when found U I respectfully Invite you to call and Inspe them before txJoklul your mares IEDIUIIIEE Sired by famous Chester IJart No 10 A S 11 It he by Illack Squirrel 0 ho by mack Eagle Tl ho by King 07ho b Washington Denmark 61 be t- Gaines De maik 01 ho by race hoes Den mark K 8 lie by Imported Ilndgeford lit dam Mule Welch moot No GMT A T H bltrldloktlIatnbletonlansenger 3rd dam by Gills Vermont 4th dan Thoroughbred Welchmonts 1st dam Tail line by Almort Forest 283 Will make the season of IWI at my stabs llo tonlllo at S10 to Insure a living colt Merest traded or parted with forfeit In Iin and money becomes due at time of transaction Lien retained upcn all till season money Is Mares trot n distance gritted at 0c permonlh Oralnfed If desired at reaionnblu rates All bllli must be paid before removal of mares Mare entrusted will receive my persons attention but will nut be rcsponslalo foi accidents or escapes D OARPENTBB Phono In Residence Hustonvllle Exchange WAYNESBURG Waynetbur bannt one enrdc broke yet on occountof wot weather Dud and Dutch Gooch are enlarging their storehouse and expect to put In H stock ol dry gouda soon J M Johntuns business steins to grow all the time Be ships Immeon quantities of poultry and ejjjr There III to be a Sunday School reo SatindayInvited and we hope to have a feooi time and plenty to eataLittle Georgia Duty has been visit lOll her brother Lee Doty Mrs H H Singleton has been kick but Is better Oliver Johnson and family left for Oak dale Teun Friday Mite Eva Single too who has had typhoid fever Is getting better Misses Lou and Asia nicks were vii king friend here Dennis Goooh and hi sister Leila wore hero Saturday and Sunday Mrs Susie Will Is ex pected Wednesday on a visit to her fatbur D O Goocb Sam Young has joned U U Singletons school for timber grader We wish him success Bro Davidson I visiting here Lena end Walter Padgett have been visiting at Eubank for the past week Uncle Ellison Padgett I at Kings vllle on a visit Mr Nannie Single Ion Is back from a visit to her brother at Junction City Mrs Ellz Bollard IK Improving The family of SaD lord Shoop are talking of moving to his place of bustac20 mile East of Som erset as soon at their little boy le able logo JM JohnsotTIs better bad ins fair way to recovery Dr R L Da vlson will be with UII this week making store teeth for all who need them SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cured By One Bottlo or Cham berlains Cough Remedy II U hen I had an attack of grip last win tor tho second one I actually cured tnyseli with one bottle of Chamberlains Conga Homedy says Frank 11 Perry jditor of the Enterprise ShorUvlllo N V This is tho honest truth Iat times kept from coughing myself to pieces by taking a teaspoonful of this remedy and when the coughing spell would come on- t night I would takea dote and It stem id that In the briefest interval the cough would pus off and I would go to sleep perfect y free from cough and its accom panying pains To say that the remedy acted as a most agreeable BUI prise is put ling it mildly I had no idea that It would jr could knockout the grip simply be auso I had never tried it for such a purpose but it did and it seemed with the second attack of coughing the remedy caused it to not only be of less duration but the pains were far less eevore and I tad not used the content of one bottle Before Mr Grip bId me adieu For saio by Craig tic hock r What was tbo verdict that the corners jury returned Willful neglect of duty on the part of the deceased Be went out unarm ed knowing the other fellow was In- townCblcallo Record Herald Grip Remedies In Great Demand When colds and grip are prevalent the uickest and surest remedies ate in great lemand Mr Joseph V IHlllanis of IcDulT Vs saya ho was cured of a very I deep and lasting attacKol la frippo by using Chamberlains Cough Remedy after trying several other preparations with no fleet For sale by Craig fc Booker I T I Dr U M Gibbs a prominent young ibysiolan of Hanceville Ala took tryehnlne by mistake for calomel and died In great agony SPECIAL BARGAINS J- FOR THIS WEEK ATj The New York store IMen s Clothing Jfons Suits worth 85 for 8208 lien 87 Suits nt 425 C tinySuitslien8hiuout 8175 Mens Vine Shoes worth saut 82 Mens hue Shoes worth 8350 nt 8250 Ladies Shoes worth 81 50 lit POarLnilies Shoes worth 8175 nt 81 Ladies Shoes worth 82 nt 8135 Ladies Shoes worth 825U nt 15011o nro also tJpaying for eggs this week 12Jo per dozen f The New York Store IStanford Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank Who snail nil 111 e eatareltlsie There should bo but one question to consider in deciding whcro to take your Prescriptons and that is Where are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to be had No motive or infiuenco should be weighsagainst it When you do this wo shall expect is5crvo you When we fill your prescriptiiou every drug that eaters into it hart tho exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just us satisfactory as our 8C1iccI Pennys Drug Store First National Bank Of Stanford Kyt Capital Stock 50000 This institution was establlstied ae the Deposit flank of Stanford In IMS then reoreanlted as the National lank of Stanford 1686 and again reorganised as the First National Bask of Stanford IB 1882 having bad practically an uninter rupted exlstenen U Is betterisupplied now with faculties for transact ing bnslnms promptly and well than ever before In lu long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited JB Initon J n pwsley B H Shank W O Walker tleo W Carter to The Farmers lUnk A Trust and under same contlnuoaslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business rotation will I prove beneficial KU IKy Officers J 8 HOOKER Prest J J Chr W II WBAUEN Hkpr DirectorslI F Reid Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J8 Hooker Stanford W P Walton Lexington 1 MoKlenoyM B II Haughman Stanford T P 11111 Stapford Jas Itobtnson Hubble J II lUuchtnan Stanford W P Tate Stanford se LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL 8TOCIC 0OOOO Directors soon Company mutually Woll6llEUT8 OfficersIB O Iresjdtnt J n OWSLEY Cashier W M IIIUOIlI Asst Cashier i ytaern EyesAre constnntI bn111yfitting J Have Them Tested w At least once a year If your glasses have become scratch ed by frequent wiping dont endanger your eye sight by sing them be I change J as soon as you dont see as well as you used to thorno Craig Rocker STANFORD i NAB TiH 10016 it Standard Rule 0 Uccord 210J Sired by Walslnghnm 2100 sire of latLudo 217ti and many others In tho list Walslnuhnni Naboths sire Is a- son of George Wllkcs 641 First dam Tinsel Messenger Duroo 100 son of Uambletonian and sire of Elaine 220Jtho darn of Norlalneyearling record 2311 Second data UtSII sister Jam s Howell 10 afro of Dexter 2171 Third dam Jessie t yrtl by harry Clay silo of St Julian 2llii Bodlno 219 sad 15 others that have produced 230 trotters Also sire of dam of Electioneer Fourth lam by Liberty son of Lance by American Eclipse Will stand at 810 to Insure a colt HAPSBURG 509stallion 161 hands high By Oloster 20 Imported 1st dam Jolly by Wonderful 534 2nd by Preserve 12 Trinket 0 County King 110 2d dtim by 1 ampsnof England6CO 3d dam by Hmarnuby Grand Turk 138 b NOTEYoU can see that lJaps lIrA Is a bred Cleveland bar English Coach Horse He Is a mahogany bay with black points weighs pounds drives well gentle and kind with fino and action Can show a mile better than minutes Any ono wishing a bred coach horse to breed on Standard Bred mares for getting stylo speed and action should see this borse Will stand at 810 to Insure a living colt Will also stand a 10 liandl Jnch jack at 610 for mares and 815 are Mares removed tiny occur