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V ou nod by widows nnd orphmu Inrnmn Is derived from MAM PAWPQ AWAV ih' ,,ro"u lnn,, by lh0 l("n',,nv illfill All l I Hence Hip Jurors In our court nnd Mo out-loelement living along tho lino CHARLES DROWN SUCCUMD3 TO thould consider whnt ttioy nru dolru, Tlioy nro robbing the poor an net CONSUMPTION MISS MARTIN Injuring tlio rich. General Main cr WEDS JOHN LANHAM IN 'linker's statement published In nil tlio WEST END 'papers put" n vcr dlffereiit light on Charles Hrown, a prominent young 'tho onuses of this dissatisfaction i.n, "f tlio firemen. umn of this city, passed away WcdnM tho and n true ,m- -; It ' open-nm- nlj dny after n short Dittos of tuberculo- of nil tho lnets connoeteJ tls. Ills parents had preceded blm homo yeais over tho tho dark rlvor. 'w'th tho strike. Tho adult Dlblo daises ot tho Chris Ho wkb n mombcr of tho Christian church and popular wfth all whntlan church Sunday achool ,uon Friday ';30 l0 ,0 Matn' know him. Ho was Just 29 yoara age. The funoral ecnlces wore con.K'pern House gavo an elegant lunch, ii. InterBperscd with a splendid ducted Thursday afternoon, and ho laid to rest In tho cemetery hor. R"m of vocal nnd Inatruinentnl music Miss Marietta Martin, an nttractlvo 'dobateB, recitations etc. I will young woman of Earleston, wa.1 mar-- j Having decided to go splendid 74 acre farm with ' rlcd to John Lnnham a progressive vnuno Limine mnn nf Yo.mnltn nt'eood Improvements, In flno eomtnunl to church, Btore, nnd school el tho home of the brldo Tuesday nvon-jty- . 0r'cn rlver Vi,,ry' Ing. Her K. 0. Martin n brother of1"1 the lam-"" ncrcB 'Ivor bottom, nnd nine nvoi tho brldo saying the words which. mnde the young pair one. Tho brldo '" woodland. A splendid three room Good largo barn nnd other U a dauRbter of Mrs. J. A. Martin nnd cottngo. well watered nnd (ti Is ery popular with all who know outbuilding, HUSTONVILLE YOUNG 'who nuil 18 nolo Looks Mighty Like The Next State Treasurer. BgBMaaMBMSBMaBwaKSHsHM.sJ ... .y Looking for Assassin ' For Stato Superintendent RAILROAD GUARD IS ASSASSINATED STRIKE SYMPATHIZERS RESORT TO FEARFUL IN CRIME BOYLE COUNTY TUESDAY NIGHT , Oscar Spaeth, or Chicago, was shot from ambush and Instantly killed late Tuesday nlternoon ono mllo north of Junction City, while acting ns guard on n Queen & Crescent freight locomotive. Tho shooting wns presumably the work of sympathizers with tho ktriklng whlto firemen. The train which Spaeth was riding stopped for water, and It is thought the hidden assailant mistook the detective for a white strikebreaker. Tho latter crouched nt tho side of the engine nnd was badly burned by escaping steam. Two shots were fir ed, ono of which penetrated Spaeth's neck. Death was Instantaneous . . IiiJjLJ iuj!.!:.!! llffimm DOYLE COUNTY OFFICERS MAKE VISIT TO MAYWOOD. 1 laaaHBsPBtPlfc lrt sssHIRIfW';-ii- H . ofc"'nB '"" pro-wa- s ct LlaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.i bRv'iv'iiH.'niiHgaHslH jLHsVBOQBRiiH V; li U - Addrcst nt nnd terms reasonable once P bargain. Box H2 Htihton. vlllo. Ky. Foon begin Improving 1L Wo nro glad lett is n clean-cut- , progre3' The splendid now building now bo ho with his excellent family ?iavo Ing erected nt Kllxlr spring will be slvc oung educator, a fit oxemplar nindc this wise decision for we need completed nnd furnished and rr ,dy of those who are bringing the old stato them. by Mny In! Other "p occupants spent n few days to the front in educational affairs, and Mrs. Kate MaGcc buildings nro being put In strluly i.p ' '" Livingston with her daughter. Mrs. will be the right man in tho right HON. THOMAS S. RHEA, OF LOGAN COUNTY. to date, condition nnd tho nponln.' Drowning. place it tho domocrat nomlnato him the murderer. Bloodhounds tnt on Mny 1st will eclipse nil fonr were taken to the family mer such as Tile aboi iut dot. 3 not i'o lull Jux lietd:, c3c n, jjr, Wnltei Adams sold his proper- - Ho will undoubtedly carry Lincoln sceno nnd It Is said that thoy im.Miss Annlo Kunlo Dunn of (lowland i cr efforts, and thU snuio attent on nnd To .1 KI.c i nt tho head of Its affairs, ty knonn as the Carson property to county by a largo majority. good looks of Hon Thorn Ice will continue throughout Hie tlci to the mediately found n trail and twlc0 folKy.. is the guest of her parents hero who stand for better, Mr. George Holnioi. Sr. Wo hop ..,mv. o l.UV... ...... ..rf, uh hn '""' democrats .., nh..,. " f summer t.cuson. lowed It n considerable distance ln a tlilk week. " ' ..... uiiiiouiit-vt- . i i.i. cu. i..i...w f ,l thlntft ttm llin nnrtv nnd thn Mtnto r. TrniH..n ...(it ann An nw.it. tirtth "" """" "" " ii"""" "" Many of our fnrracrs nro tnMng certain direction. Some arrests aro In Bomo localities farmers nro re-in. "'(W rucoanizo that they must pick the house thero and erect a neat cothourly expected to be made in tho nomination for State raeIl nkc-hlwhout badly damaged by tho vantage of thl fin0 weather nnd plow Democratic to win nnd hold the con- - tage soon which will help greatly. ling Is being vigorously pushed and Treasurer, subject to the primary fidcnce of tho people. Mr. Ithea was recent (roexn Mrs H. D. Campbell and Miss Eva WILL SHOW HIGH SCHOOL YOUNG case. Our most efficient constable Mr. earlier planting than usual will follow. which will be held Jul 1st. Mr. llhon iherlff of hU county, nnd has held otli- - Kaylor had n pleasant visit with Mrs. STERS HOW TO PLAY BALL. Presley Hluder. has a severe case ofi Tho county school superintendent . i i .,r.,n,in.ni I.. IV... er lornl nosltlons of resnoneibllltr and J. V. Cummins Saturday. Took His Ticker J double pneumonia nnd his recovery l.'riiould by nil means offer a reward nm, Uio rank honor Members of the high school baseball Mrs. A. C. Dunn and daughter Nan ' ,for the nrrost nnd conviction of Uiol thought to bo cry doubtful. u, b VIce i,rc8,Jellt of tno cy Leo rmc returned to their homo bquad are practicing every day for James Lyon left last week for pnrtles thnt pry off the shutter, and " wi rn.mnv of- rtusKellvillo- for mnnv -voars nt Wilmore. Mrs. Dunn was called to the opening of the season, which will HON. CHARLE3 A. HARDIN LOSES (1 lllbl. I1U lias tin uiiiihi'."."""." . oprlnglleld. III., wt.er. he has secured oreaK ""Mcord ns a ,,c,ocrat nnd as a citizen and is splcndldlv equipped to conduct the bedside of her son, Mr. Will Dunn be Saturday April 1st against Luu WATCH AT BANQUET of the Itlchards school house A lucrntho position with a larco mnnu 'and will add great strength to ,.,',, financial affairs of the state for We nre glad Mr. Dunn is well again. caster. Efforts are being mnde to se facturing establishment In thnt city, tho Smith Bchool house on Jumbo road years. euro a professional coach for the Mr. Jim T. Redd U quite sick. ticket, If lie is nominated. The fctato four Commonwealth's Attorney Charles jjMuet 1b a good reliable young man o ery year nfter school closes Mr. P. F. Cummins Is also on the boys and it is probable that "nasty A. Hardin is mourning the loss of a notv' There 111 bo no prench'.nj; nt the and Is Hiiro to make good in his MARKSBURY Wright, tho once great pitcher will be fine llownrd watch, which he loft lyWAYNESBURG sick list. rreshyterlin church next Sunday home. Ilro. Donohoe was with us Sunday secured sinc0 It was learned that Pat ing at his place at the table at the f Mr. Ueorxo Montgomery of McKIn- - March 20th as tho pastor Is to fill tho( j.;,it.r claunch filltd his appoint-ncHubert Fox fold to Thomns morning. He it pastor of the Chris-tai- Bohannon could not come. Pythian banquet last Friday night. He a bunch of 100 pound shoats at has Ixiught a rrandsotno cottage pulpit nt Hurnsldo Hint dny. Sunday ,1R.nt ut tt,o Ilaptibt church Saturday church and Is well liked by all. A bunch of former ball players of had open nt his plato whllo ho spoke ! however will be held nt usual nniI BUnday, homo In the Orccn river valley nd- cents. Mrs. Emma Farris has returned nf - j Stanford will go out Friday aftornoon and forgot to pick it up when ho killed oil -.Joining his river bottom farm. Un tlmo nnd plncc. 7l,e cod Bpcll last i... pleaMnt visit to Drondhead and give tho "Colts" somo practice, and shortly after leaving tho "" coun- - cnhler last week for a short stay with, nnd hU fnmlly hnve tnken possession the penches In this part of tho The Old Timers say they will not opera house missed It and went back friends. trj-- . anti their nappincss is complete. bister Mrs. Nelson Marccr. PREACHEKSVILLK ThP graduating class of 1911 nre to defeat tho youngsters too badly to for It, but wns gone, and so far has Mib. Katherlne Welks attended the The timely discovery of a burning The little Hivens boy who van hit be congratulated upon their hnrd work take the spirit out of them but will not been located. flue that bad Ignited tho roof, and Prayer meeting every Wednesday ou tho head by Dan Singleton at S m snl0 of her father last Wednesday. spirit. They are now plan- - show them base ball as she was play- - Mr. Hardin regretted ver much to tho ablu assistance of neighbors pre evening at tho Methodist church. The'day school last Sunday tho Kth Is Mr. Thomas Moore at Camp Robin nnd class ming for commencement which begins. d In the good old days in Stanford. lose tho valuablo timepiece for few able son. .entod the burning of the handsome The Sunday school at tho UapUstf fitting some better but wa3 not Iik ion. n Mo, ntnr.ir. to Tho Old Tlmnm will linn un nhnnt nn are considered better than th How- homo on I.jondalo farm last week, church was conducted by Itcv. K. D. to nUend trial Saturday and th0 trial Mesdnrr. Sallie Hughes and Aggie cIa8g Nnncy NapIer BM follows: Catcher John Owsler Held ard. Chief of Pollen n. n rinri i.- dent April "th. that Is ontHl by Mr. G C. I.yon. Holtzc!nw epent Wednesday with Mrs , . Thornton Sunday. I.nrt was put off until .. ww......, niirh... ir..i. v...v.uu.d reiary. we are proua oi our Bcnooi.i uumi taken up tho matter of the watch's Mrs. Mollle McCormack ha. returnHorn to Mrs. Lena Hurloson n fine Hughes' mother Mrs. Margaret Sut Mr ,, E ha8 ieca .ufferinR, each teacher Is doing his or her best. carpenter, Welch Kochester ot al mysterious disappearance nnd believes ed from a most delightful week's visit from throat lroubIe Hgher Herring 'boy. i ion. Mrs. Culton came home Monday af- - first base, George D. Florence, second that ho will soon have the guilty parAfltaj... f!o.rf.l& riiinn nml to numerous friends and relatives In naB bw. eo,lipinnlnB Mm. Jones Ato Caldwell Is at work .utting up iter some month's visit to ltlchmond baso Shelton M. Saufley, third base ty, who Is thought to be one of tho woutullle Sampson wero sent as delegates from new house. Anderson has been quite 111 of ne'rv-'bl- h John N. Menefee, Jr., shortstop Claude colored waiters, located. land other places. Hanlj. Ilohon nnd Hevoy Shoemak- - uog proitration Dut l8 bctter Ashford Johnson is on tho stard- - the lecnl C. K. of Pleasant Groe Mrs. Stephenson will be glad to Bibb left field Walter Singleton, cener of H.rrod.burg. commercial pll- a,count of church to Ilurgln where C. E. Conven"h nIs nou9e n right field, hawa tiAn fvlAitita nnll uuu AnA ltA uvn . ter field Earl Coleman, ogo ucr- Alt .uu COMMISSIONER'S SALE grim, motored hero Saturday mhoro tion meets. to'retttaR lumber sawed, Itiavo iici iiicuud Cook- - an(1 many others t substl Lexington ot spring dress goods. She a- they secured a good share ot trade. Mrs. m. Droaddus who is confined ,, (Jreen Mc.Mullln and J. W. Mitchell . .. i ,llfA. i. nanQles n,ce "ne 0I Two wedding, in wWch our city wll, on lnto tho R00d8 busiu6' to her bed with tuberculosis continue.,!80 Lincoln Circuit Court treatment !' thero ... worK and Dattenberg scarfs or all Kinai rnlsh th gentlemen, will take place school house Martin McCormack, Plaintlfr. S Mrs. Klmore came home with them,"1'' a. Clear Fork 1.1 l Cal1 nnd Klve her your ordcna' ! In tho noar future mid their minion u jos. lurro's Heirs. Defendants. Public Sale liayoon iieynuiut. m uwiuu, ttnitlr trs Miss Doty of Richmond has return- i, ' .h- nu i... r.,nin.,i -. h.-it- h are by request withheld Guos. who Pursuant to n Judgment or tho ulhflrUei lironouncInK ber clire(1. 1.1. old homo place and Mrs. El Per ed after n several days stay nt tne L00K HERE F0R IT' A.ls. Alma, of Mr and re wll, mo,e back to her old home homo of Mr. Martin Robinson. circuit court, rendered In the Tho Beginning nt 10 o'clock A. M.. wo abot? styled action, at its February Mrs. 1. J. Terrv wns homo over Sun- Tho brldo nnd groom Mr. nnd Mr!Man' a SUnford Reader wl" Be '"' the snmc, no Improvement not "lrc- teresiea. wju 0ffer for Rale day laht week and returned to college nbout our ,, ln term, 1911, tho undersigned Cimrals-slone- r jJrgi Snllle Gooch tins returned rrank Hlsglns of Rowland have Just vvnen peopio renu nooui. me cures Klng.s Mountalni Kentucky, on nt ltlchmond, K. Sho Is delighted Look out flrls concluded n visit to his cousin Miss will on home from Ludlow. D. hi- n A uml1 mnde by a medicine endorsed from with l..r prospect there, nnd will grnd- Georgia Dunn ghe ,mg th(jm , hntg Monday, Aorll 10th, 1911 uAprl ' 1rt 1911 uato-t- h high honors evidenced by m),,' containing somo tobacco, farm Messrs. George Rue nnd Ed Huff- - tar away, It Is surprising that true?1 Fvo 8'tu'?laf horses, consisting of t (Cojnty Court Day), af 1 o'elnek i m m nnd glnJ "end of wonder If the statements are ' the reports of the principal. Mack Wlllmuis who wont In- - man of Danville nro Usltlng C. K. i" Mr. . buggy mare, fine breeder, will In front of the court house door ln ..,.- i, a utr s..u I ttln "' vuoco iHk vn.i snne Is no better. They navo to i'oindexter this week. '"" '"" '"Stanford. Ky.. sell at nubile nuierv m iui niirii wbiu ii;uu Llto Cnt in th.. haniL-nmb"cco was partial!, colored by here at home positive proof is with-- drop colt In April by Carroll Preston the highest nnd best bidder the daughter of Mr and Mrs. "f from 1ulnR 1 extra saddle mare; breedswell. nch ,;m o kecp 1 -nC'"bff:' described renl estato In Lincoln - U,dr reach, for Cose investigation " I'. II. lllchards Is n musical prodigy a of Friday halr ouU Mack wa8 n g0od biisl-wltgood family horse, trusty; 1 count) j j Ky , containing 2 'acres 2 I w of the blaze. en- m,g. Unxt week, nt thn hnmn nf Mrc rare talent She ptiys on almost P'"ha n. Is un easy matter. Read Stanford hRte tQ 3eo h raan nn(J filly by Joe Brown, Jr. Thb colt is roods and 18 poles of lund. beclnnlnt? " JiiBb Annio i.anous. o. unuin otu - !fortune uny instrument but tho vlclin being at a stone In front of dwelling house fan Curke. Miss Pattle nello Burke uawson of Doan's KIdnoy Pills. iiameue, uowianu at., HUin well bred, will make a combined mare, thereon where n black oak was called her laorlto she enn piny any piece "on. uas ueen wun ner grnnumotner n,i mi..' I. w,.nrln off v.tlt nrel.l nt till mnntin r.t,i,nm works well; 1 filly by Joe for in original boundnry, thence 8 67 1 "rti- - Dan Anderson, near Otlenhoiui. ford' Ky" Bays: "Somo time ago she ever heard. cur boys nround hero are waiting to Bessie Swope will act as Secretary. K 10 poles to a stone ln faU ana this, together Brown, Jr., both of these colts are tt Anderson has been quite sick. Jooiob Sexton the to see If S6ott Singleton hold, ouo nil) Mrs. W. R. Wright of Evergrce. La.,' hao: out of a good saddle mare. 1 extra poles linea thence his line S 69 E 23 to Iiatro grower of Central Kentucky, Mrs. Itlchard WIUIamB entertained right. W0 nro expecting to hoar ot while hostess nt dinner to the Lltcrnry with tho Jarring to which I am a sub stone tn said line, good yearling by old Preston, in corner of the division line, a new sold his crop to the Walnut street to- - In honor ot her uncle and cousin, him shaking any old tlmo nnd you Club was taken suddenly and violently Ject In my work, brought on kidney thence 1 No. 1 milk cow, never with saino N 27 W 21 poles to the bacco warehouse In Danville lost week John mid Oliver Carpenter, respective know It takes the good old mouptnin ill. In a little while the husband Dr. trouble. For several days I could hard lino shape, ly get about on account of tho pnlnB In goes dry, in good bhape. 2 bugglai. orlglnhl 0 line, thcnct. with same N 84 nt 13 ! cents. This seems to ui to ly. of Hid Rock Oklahoma. All pres- - fnll stone water to cure It Wright and the daughter-in-laK i7 poles to the beginning. Mrs. I also noticed that the one, a rubber tire practically new, 2 u a pretty ralr price. H nil our growiC,nt tn Joyed the occasion, The purpose of the said sale is to fleo. Wrlht wero In the same condl- - my bncy. passages of the kidney secretions were seta of buggy harness, lap robes horse satisfy a Judgment rendered heretocm did this well. Knur street would) noduey Naylor on sister, Miss Zula Hon. It la thought the poisoning was BLUE LICK. etc., 1 bicycle, fore tn favor or plaintiff for the sum very Irregular, especially nt night. I blanket, saddles, oon,b th,elr home. wero RUMtt 0f Mr. nnd Mra. Grover Rev. J. 11. Jones preaches at Bluo.oue to eutlng chicken salad, as some decided to cure this trouble before grind stone, Chattanooga double shov- ot JHG.lfJ. with six per cent Interestt of th0 firemen (;,utinenu near Point Iavell. Miss Lick next Sunday at 2:30 p. m. TVjrosvnt "Btrike." 'of the guejita were similarly affected. thereon from March 29th, 1S08, and It became chronic and I knew thnt el plow, new lawn mower, garden plow the costs of this action. on the fiauthcrn railroad has caused Uertha Hamra. of Madison. Is the Born, to the wife of Charles Berry Belief rBs not obtained until INj post-holdiggers etc. TKRMS: The said sale will be end of trouble. Eiponse and an. tractive guot of the Missoi Carpen-nojitnc- a boy. J'hvslclnn camo, Mrs. Wright use to Down's KIdnoy Ptlli were good for fence stretchers, such complaints, I procured a box at 12 or 15 barrels ot Bait, lot ot meat made on a credit ot six months and aloug tbP line through this Mr. James Stringer and wife and visit hern and wns known as Miss the purchaser will be required to give Shugars and Tanner's Drug Store. Be nnd lard. count). In the beginning the sympa. Mr. and Mrs. W, P, Whlto have mov Krundchlldren visited Mr. C. Berry ond Sidney Kemper bond with personal security, approved Alto our household and kitchen fur-- by the Commissioner, payable to him, thy ot uinny people loaned toward iPd Into the bouse vacated by M. O. wife. Mr. Edmond Spooks died ot paraly- - fore I had finished the contents, I I was entirely cured and I have had nlture. consisting ot 2 organs, 2 kltch- - beurlng six per cent interest from the 'strikers".' but since they hnvo Kennedy and wife. Mrs. Mary Daughcrly nnd grand- - la at his home on last Sunday en cabinets, 2 dining tables 2 safes. date ot sale, the same having the retorted to- Dynamite and asBassina J, I', Puynn sold n sow and 11 pigs vUlted Mre. Saillo B. Stilng Ing In tho 74th year of his age. After no kidney trouble since." For sole by all dealers. Price 50c. 2 book casoe and desks combined, t force nnd effect of a Judgment with a lion, tliey are well nigh bereft of It to IS, A. Swluebroad of Lancaster for er Sunday. fchort service at tho housft conduct- ! furon the said land , 11 suit, throe lien retainedthe payment of said to , Co, Buffalo, New York JJavenport. 1 bed roo UK. or Lancaster, hie Foster-Mllburbond. ther secure Born, to the wife of J. C. Daugher- - ed by Rev. Btt ' tit. dressers, folding bed, sewing machine, This March 21st, 1911. It's a pity for th8 village of Klng'i remains was' carried to Lancaster for sole agents for the United States. tv u girl. ' Mountain that it hna to bn classed' Remember the name Doan's and 7 rocking chain, dining chairs, new GEO. D. FLORENCE, M. C. L, C. C. CARD OF THANKS. Jesse nnd Augurt Dougherty visited Interment, with Stearns, Olon Mnry and oth.r j iMorrb chair, ono good etovo range T. J. Hill, Jr., Attorney for Plaintiff. their grandmother Mrs. EHzn Dauger-- ' A mnd dog mnde a visit to our town take no other. Wo desire to oxtond our heart felt tuiciwltlied points on the road. Thero1 n few oenlngs ago biting several of and all other household and kitchen Sunday. t), Snturday nnd Concerning the Belle Fordo Walton are many good old citizens In and thanks to the many rlends for their I necessities. Mrs. ElUa Dougherty continues ,n cnnlu,. tribe which resultod In ! nronud the jUace, and tboy shuuld Mndness during tho Illness and death qulto ill). TKRMS. All sums under 110, cash Co., Mrs. Dr. O. T. Fuller, Mayfleld, i death to them nnd thq ownors had to Mr. Ky, Tho president of the Woman's 110 and over, cash or bankable note. si op of our bclorod son and brother taku the bit In their toeth Mrs. Hannah Hasty nud suns are rart with their favorites by shooting On Saturday April 1st I will sen to Club, ays: "They gave the best ennil tho outlawry and devlln'ent' thnt and Mrs, J, 11. Reynolds' children. MURPHY A ACTON, visiting her grandmother. Mrs. Eliza them to avoid further danger. my farm containhe h1ne4t bidder tertainment ever given in this town. King's Mountain. Ky. has been kicked up there by a lot of ing nbout 56 acres or lna dwelling Daugberty. ATTENTION HOUSE KEEPERS, Irreapotislftle parties. We have engaged them for a return The i odium nnd out buildings, the land Is NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. kou4 all In cultivation. A fine medical well Rev. H. P. Cook, pastor of that now rests upon the pUco will O. L. Penny guarantee! Ilyomel to date." TO TRAVELERS. Don't worry over your bill of fare The Hustonvllle Rollor Mill Com- - nod oUo abundance of water. At the end catarrh, snuffles, hawking, spit- the Christian church, Charleston, Mo., not be e'ffaced ln years to, come. Marty for Sunday, out io to market Saturwill also Mil a In I am the aeent this section psnv a corporation under the laws of tamo time and plv day April 1st and get cakes, salads ting, coughs, colds uore throat and says, "1 think It Is very much the best believe 'that the railroad Is "' h2?Xn?' ,n number nf other thtaR such ns Ho by tho very rich, nnd tho destruct- chicken, bread etc.. which the ladles for the Oreat American Steamship f?tet ed town of borsee, said ether stocK. end farming asthma. Complete outfit II. extra concert we have had here." These , op the Ckrlatlan church will have on line POlntS, It now elnalnp un 11 European to all hnHnna. g n Implement. Terras md known on ion and crippling of the road Is eos- If needed (0 cents. Booklet are samples of hundreds. Don't fall ale M the atore room next door to'peo mo, when von think nf travolne ccrrori tien. All persons hnvlnx claims ar of sale. J. D. STMKNBERGRN. bottle 'llyborn, on catarrh free from Booth's Hyomel to see her at the opera house Wednes ' egolnst nam npoinson. uaie Depns promptly w. LANDQRAF. It will present them for pay Crab Orcar Bale begins at 2 o- day, March 2J. A great 'deal of, the 'stock In this at Co., Buffalo, W. Y. g(ott. uient. L. T. Young Seo.&Trens. S2-- f clock WaynMburt, Ky. U. chosen. high-clasMt.li-c.las- her m in the llfo partner eho has Many friends send them con- grntulnllnii.. They will mak their lomo nt Yosomlto. MIM Mary North, of the West JUnd lb tho hnndnmn guest of her brother I V. North In Ilurgln this week. Horace Holion. son of Goorgo Ilohon the Implement king of Hnrrodsburp,' Ib ttm guest or Dr. J. T Ilohon nnd rural route. Price 1X7.R0 ikt . re Detective T. 0. Ilruco, of lloylo coun Uroe to Stanford early Thursday jiuornlng In an auto, and securing Do' rjty Sheriff W. S, Embry went out Maywood way looking for tho man vho is suspected fo tliootlug tho Cincinnati Southern guard Spatch Tuesday night. The offlccrb nro said to Imvo strong ovldcnco against a mnn in that section, who was not arrested, however, as it Is said tho man iNFBBBBBBBBBBkBBX who was lsltcd ha-- i a strong alibi. A toy from Junction City who claims to have Eccn n mnn running with a 22 rillo was brought along to identify the PROF. HAMLETT. rvnn. None of tho officers would say so or not, but it is whether ho did I'rof. Dnrksdnle Hamlctt, who Is a expected that nn arrest will bo made candidate for the Democratic nomlna In the case. tlon for Stato Superintendent of schools was in Stanford Thursday and CRAB ORCHARD met with a warm reception on every Jir. Ward Moore has decided to hand. Ho is head of tho Hopkins i.ta with us. He has bought Mr. villo schools and ouo of tho leading ' Payne's property nnd will educators In the state, . I'rof. Hani' H.'irrlBon 1 The engineer Thomas Swearcngen, ond tho fireman strikebreaker, Roman S7nfron, of Chicago, placed tho corpo on the tho engine and uncoupling from thc. freight, ran at full speed to Danville. All of tho firemen who left Danville have been given revolvers by agent of tho company. Sheriff B. O. Fox of Boylo county, left Danville immediately for thc sceno taking several deputies, In nn effort to arrest jer ' 1 jhi ..'... in .... "OlTimers' m ' " k" j ,",,,., , -- y Met-cal- n 2 wk ..... ,... con-elud- Tij .. ...., irrj.n vi rninln ij v,m' nl - """'.?w"i m Un-coi- n bf ,,,., .. I T,, "., - itj , ',,, ;, n. .if'sood 1 i, J" w J:rl L?r T fol-In- g ,. fvr well-know- M. " 0 Jen-Kin- s' tiy J at-n- o o e tr. morn-daughte- r, - n ad PUBLIC SALE I "Hi0,1,? s.. I l. . j.v. . 1 s.,.paMB np"- - '"j yrwr "T" "r' jti(,l,,pl'1 lir "ly"1' 'J w,,y" see: ; FRIDAY, MARCH 84, 11t r- - fl THK STANFORD, KKNTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL PURE BRED POULTRY. I The Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Ry. Co. SHELTON OORNAL. Established M. 1872 8 rtVUiKiP&vtwwwMt1fi9tmmiltmmmmmmmmWm I El W SAUFLEY,.., Publisher IN ADVANCE Btan-for- d I Plenty of fresh air, and a sleeping plain, nourishing diet arc all good and helpful, but the most important of all is out-doors (4 i $1 A YEAR STRICTLY NOTICE Cincinnati, Ohio, Alnrch 16, 1911. To Entered at the postoftlco at ns seeond class roiH. C White Leghorns itraln year 'round layers S. iiiiiiiriirS t'n-'h For Sale By Reliable Drecdert In Uno Cards In this column $1 jp for Season ) Diamond of large, white eggs $1 per setting. A. C Alford Stanford, Ky C. White Leghorns. Mlts Llxzle Davlton, , DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Circuit Judge. HON. eiIAK..fc.S A. HARDIN, of Mercer County Pure Creicrnt 8. 'Phone Eggs for setting. 15. The Management of The Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Company believes that the public should be advised of the reasons for the present difficulty ofwith the the white firemen who left1.the service Company on March 9, 191 The railroad is divided into three operating Districts. The Third District is the one between Chattanooga, Tenn., and Oakdale, Tenn., a distance of 84 miles. was not possible to secure enough white firemen to operate trains between Chattanooga and Oakdale. Because of the inability to secure the required number of white firemen, the Company was forced to employ negroes as firemen and has had negroes in service constantly as firemen since 1904 on that part of the line botween Chattanooga and Oakdale. The agreement between the Management of The Cincinnati. New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Company and the firemen applies to all firemen. The Committee representing the white firemen demanded that The Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Company the should, within 90 days, discharge from em- colored men so position as firemen all ployed and to agree that hereafter no negroes shall be employed as firemen. The Company declined to grant this demand, and, thereupon, the committee representing the white firemen gave notice of their purpose to leave the service of the Company. The committee gave this notice to take coniiours-- in effect in less than twenty-fou- r of the agreement dated flict with Article 45 July 1, 1910, which provides that 30 days' written notice shall be given of any purpose to revise or abrogate the agreement. The Management of The Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Company immediately filed protest against thi action, but, although an investigation was promised, no final answer has been given by the committee representing the firemen or by the between a railroad and its employees, and at the last conference, on Harch 9th, before the strike order took effect, the committee representing the firemen was urged to consent to mediation. This was declined, but, as the lav provides that either party may make application to the mediators, a telegram was at once sent by the railroad company to Judge Martin A. Knapp, (appointed by President Taft as one of the Board of Mediation, Washington, D. C.) requesting him to immediately use his good offices with the firemen to bring about mediation. Although the Management of The Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Company has been always willing to accept the services of Judge Knapp as mediator the officers of the firemen's organization and the committee representing the firemen have de- rtiripH tn txmetnt his services. The Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Company has at all times faithfully carried out the provisions of the contract between the Company and the firemen. Negroes are not employed as locomotive engineers, and the Company will not promote r employ negroes as engineers. When the white firemen left the service of the Company on March 9th, on less than twenty-fohours notice, it became necessary for the Company to obtain such firemen as could be obtained to move the passenger and freight trains and to meet the needs of the public. The Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Company has always endeavored to give good service to its patrons and to meet In every way as a common carrier the needs of the public. It Is recognized throughout the entire country as a high class railroad, and the Management will appreciate any assistance which can be rendered by the citizens in sections through which The Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Rail way runs In restoring the former satisfactory service. This statement of the situation is made so that all persons interested and the public generally may know the actual conditions. ur the Public: Scott's Emulsion It is the standard treat ment prescribed by physicians all over the world for this dread disease. It is the ideal to heal the lungs and build up the wasting SCORE ONE MORE FOR THE PEOPLE. Pure bred Black Minorca Eggs fl per s'ltlng Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford. Clu'lro White Wyandotte cockerels. KVts $1.60 for 1G. Mrs. J. N. Cash. In 1904, before the present Management had charge of the operation of The Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway, it J , 5 1 , 4 officers of the firemen's organization. The Erdman Act provides for mediation , Stanford. Tho California legllslnture passed n bill lor, tlic inlpUvo referendum THOROUOHBRED 3. C, R. I, REDS Fggt fcr sale 1 'or 15 which received Gov Johnson's slp.ni Imaorted Coek at Head of Yard. food-mediciture nnd it will become a law a'tei D. M. WALKER, Stanford. 'Phono 130. sixty days. Th0 hill provides for recall off I K Vou want hens that lay In wlntof, elections for elcctUo municipal when eggs are lilr.b. (let the S. C. ccrs nt any time after Uicy liao held llult Orpingtons. Ksgs H for 13. W. office four months, upon petition of body. P, Klncald, Phono IKS, Slnn'ord. , 2t. per cont of the rcgl tered twcnty-flvFOR SALB IT ALL DRUU31STS BUFF ORPINQTON otcr of the town. The officer Coos Fcr Oala 15 for SI ' .ml tMt 3. for Cod JSsm ni vt against whom the recall Is directed la R. F. D. No. 2. mr br.Qtlr.l Hirlnm lUr.lt ni Cilia". C C. WITHERS. un mado a candldato for UrtchlWjck. Lch buk ounUln. Ovul 12. 'Phone LncJC l'.anjr. Municipal loss ho states otherwise Stanford, Ky. SCOTT St BOWNE, 409 Itul SUN.Y. legislation may bo inWated upon pet per cout of thu Imported stock Buff Orpington eggs itlon of twenty-fiv75 cents for 15. Baby chicks S2 per registered voters, and unless tho gov. itov, Auklns, of Andeisou county, dozen. Mrs. W. J. Holtxclaw, Stan. cinlnc body passes tho proposed leg isUtlon. It shnll bo submitted at u'wlll preach nt the Haptlst church hero fer, Ky., Route No. 'Phfne 533 special election within thirty days If next Sunday. For Sal"! Indian Runner Duck Eggs. Uio petition carries signatures of j Measles aro prevalent In this $1 for setting of 12. a ten per cent of th0 votors lt(tion. Master Luther Harmon has THE Indian Runner Is known as the shall be submitted at the next regular genuine case or them. Wm. Hatchett Leghorn of the duck family, for eggs. Mr. D. E. Proctor, Phone 193. municipal election unless meanwhile, who has been In a hospltAl at "Louls-I- t paused by tho governing bodyvillo, about two weeks was brought is S. C. Brown Leghorn eggs, 50 centt . hom0 yesterday. Ho is not expected . per settlni. Mrs. J. M. Cree, R. F. D. 'to recover. Boosters were at Danvlllo Monday j c,audo Mlnof nnd wJfo of gprin(. No. 4, Stanford. 'Phone 3S0 G. Lanfrom Lancaster for the big fair when fle,d wefe wUh hs parenla hcro Sun. caster, Ky. will bo hold this year In that hustling flay BUFF ORPINOTONS, little burg. Col. I. M. Dunn was amu Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Bowling left this announcing that Danville will navo week foor Shelbyville wher0 they will They I.ny. They Weigh. They Pay Ec-o$1 for 17. t one of the best fairs In Its history. stay a while. Stanford, Ky, BEN WEAREN, on tho Mr. John Vanderlpe has returned W. There seems to bo no desire a Indian llnonir rart of any ono In Lincoln to promote from a visit tc relatives In ioulsvlllo great laying strain Ducker eggs from 12 setting of II another Stanford fair, so Llncolnltes and Ellzabetbtown. srotnpt W for 45. All orders recotre Georgo Martin caroo down from attention. Wolfonl LotoII. n. F. I) will take It out in attending tho DanLancaster fairs, again this Trinccton, Ind., to spend the summer No. 1 Stanford ville and with relatives here. j ear. Mrs. Ella Watt will display lior Barred Plymouth eggs for sale, $1 nrnwn. a transplanted Kea spring nrd summer millinery on Sat- - fcr IE. Also Indian Kunner duck April IsL tucky editor has bought a $1,200 II for 13. Mrs. Andoraon Nunnelly. McCluo Itoute, Morfland. Ky. tor boat, nt St. Petersburg, Florida, daily. where lie J una a money-mailinNext thing w0 hear of. Ed Walton, Those Flahtlrg Game Chickens. THE GPY GRIVTS. will be flying around amongst thej The Prettiest Fowla In tho World orange groes In a high priced auto--j VALUABLE STOCK. Kggs 1' lor won while we poor Kentucky j mobile, S. J. EMERY. JR. April, 1911 Saturday scribes aro standing at tho door with. . .1M. w .. . PURE BRED POULTRY a clUD in nnnu, ujwb in rir.ll' filial At 10 a. m. Indian Runner Puck esg" $1 for 1! away. wolves pgw- - 1110 IlnUng rented my farm and pretwnv Knj.-ll- 'Ir.ff (liplnpton oralis J for 1R Salmon tm Kn,n nf tho nrofcsslonal politicians ,tory to moving to Mlddlcburg, Ky . I MRS. S J. EMHRY. Jf will on the aboe date offer fur itale have persuaded Juugo ueeu, ui i S. A. HILL ducah. to get into the governor's race. at my residence mile from Yosa-- I Breeder of finest strain ... ne i..iu mm iam .. ... wisu i.- - 1..1 ,1.1 u.v... in- "pntl:.., IslanO Reds HO II nn i.ihprlv nr.d Mlddlabura nlke Single Comb Rhode 11 In Stock behind me, Satan." when th(, voto J8j 2 brood mares; z yeaning coits; wmk. p. and 3 osns for saleKy season. Lancaster No. counted. - .... Jil ucau nnn.l early lumua. nu kn.l wft biu i COMMISSIONER'S SALE year old ewes; 7 head good stock! PHRRYVILLE jhogs; lot of timothy hay. Sale hour. Lincoln Circuit Court. '10 A. M., terms mado known on uayi J. it. Cook etc.. Plaintiffs, vt Kiln Farmers aro busy in this part of tho of sale. Joslln etc.. Defendants. Blue Grass plowing and preparing to J. C. FOGLE . Pursuant to a judgment of the Lin make theit crops. Middleburg, Ky. coin Circuit Court rendered at Feb Willis Brojloi bought or Pope Henry Thomas Auct. term, ail, in the nbote styled csufo. a houso and lot on Main street the undnrsignd Commlsclonr will on nt 53,400, and Len Penny bought tho FINE PLACE FOR SALE! Foster property and will erect a new, Monday, April 10th, 1911, residence. If (County Court day) at 1 o'clock P farm. ..i i. Ml,.. oolH in Jas. Powell ono 1 have decided to sell my days. thirty Iim., in fiont of the court house door In va.ant lot ., south Perryvllle for 335. sold within tho nest public hn.xrht of Mrs. .coes at a bargain. Contains 80 acres in Stanford. Kentucky, sell nt ...,.,. -- . '""""" i nouses one outcry to wo nignesi nnu umt . .. .. i.oorce iiirrhoiinhure" her of 'and. has on... It LTlUll 1IJCID " ..! - iwo rmm. . .i....i .ny,ui. .v... o.tnt..- Ill m0 luuunnm farm consisting of 28 acres for 3,2uu or lour roomB ana ono oi . gooas tobacco Darn tvxiiu anu ouier uunu- - i.uicuiii mum), i.j.. He ulso purchased a stock of i 'i nprna for cultliatlnu acres of lnnd, bounded on tho north .in,. from same party, ,,- .. l,v. ii, innri nr Kltlln Klnir. on tho ens' . - m, . i ........-- ThouitM Wltham is preparing u tpo Daianco in umocr, nne ..1...1 i .... Cook, IIIU .. b.niinm. res denco on tno nnd ftne Jana, in sinni i. scnooi u? .1. t. iuuu of drove Imvn1l on the nnd nn i... imh nt p1' Mltchellsburg pike, near town. hooss Ma church. This place Is suitby the ana of Thos. Shaw This place is improving rapidly ami abJe gr twQ ramlC8 nnd lB a bargln TERMS: The said land will bo and there is quito a demand for building at tho prJce netter como to 800 mo roM on a credit of s:x months, give t be remtlrc-purrluuer w "- -" T u, .q. I. u i.l sifltli nnrkimnl APIirirV. ntllirUV- Ilrouni L. .. IT -ra jpttT. Charles Kern went to Wllmoro lot u payable to him, the weok. Ho bought flvo horses and sold Stanford, It. D. No. 3. cbaB0 pr)c0i "" wme bearing six pr lent InteroHt four whllo there. J. b, Lester sold to Jas. White THB U0U.SV.LLET.MES FOR 1911. Irom house, of Danville, 3u head or sneop tho payment of snld bond, the saint, j,r.co of the Loulsvl effect of c nt 17. Times is $5 a year ir you will send to havo tho foreo and 21st, Itov. Stnffprd filled his typpolntmcnt your onicr t0 UB y0u will got tho I. J, judgment. This .Varcli v. c.n.loir mnrn. . .. nH Tnnlnvllln Times both OIIU GCO. D. FLUKtN(.t Til, L,. U. O h tt' fir Pitting V M. M RoLcr . year for only $4X0. in? nnd evening. o t I V j v'K JF L frr e I Iiderhet'ner, Stein XI A .V Co. Kdetheimer, Stein & Co. VI X 1 2 K t lI A K I K I sec-onl- y We are proud to announce todav thnt wo are oneninir this springs season with the handsomest line of men's suits ever shown in Stanford, in blue, serges, grey and tans at a range of prices from $10 to $30. The most beautiful styles and patterns we have ever shown. H. J. McRoberts. 3 o XT Stanford, Kentucky. Horse Shoeing, and Wsgon Work done rtg?osa3oaregKP3gg3;4&yg) strictly first clan.. Any casting broken, mended as good as new. All work guaranteed. We solicit part of your patronage. Carrlge r.n-o.- Somcret i J. H. GREER. St., Stanford, Ky. I Public Sale 1 TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS am ii jw located on Fourth street, sUblo In Dan-tllnttli (he bout nnd will be x'd to see yo'i at an) time. And will show the lartl-- s especially C unemii treatment S. D. F. LOGAN. e WC HAVE THEM ALL ON THE RUN of none teat fur IuIiiImt. niixhty fnw who offer xi rood Bin even where our tan be matched our prlrj Ktio i h FreshOysters'sH,; SERVED IN to supplying high grade 2 any!:: ! i 1 cui STYLE. (live ii h lour next order and 'notice how much ls& It takes to fin-- 1 hli a job and how much smniler tho but Is J. A ALLEN, Slanford, Ky. meaL S U1 I - in ;concreting x m wii-Hfim- a 1 IIH A kid Xv I ) L I I WrlnroUlonioiloillklDrt Tfintntt ul conK LJ ' crsilns. tucU llloik Work lliliis fr oin S kod.ln f.tcl.rnn nutkfnnjr ' rvn run hou down lo fno Kt. KnnriileStaUrant rou promully unit Cull nnd nl our urlc.i Larson's work Dd nminrlal txtor yoa bay jour mAtarlnl ni lr...t W.A. CARSON, PROP. PHILLIPS DKCKS.. XJL. - nnt-uli- Tin SUiufwrd, Ky. w- -o ... to .l,ll..l um-iu- ... nrv "j- J. C. HcClary, ....!.. - .v.. - renr gSferSif. A HORSE'S OVERCOAT UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER ...,. Produce POULTRY, WOOL, EGO.8, CH, We Want The Famous ( Ul f?erffit 4a !.. best F. COAL, PURS, HIDE8, J&& V ML' P KV 11 blankuL W'o liavo ovcrv omca Thonn 1B7 liotns 'l'hou 3R kind from tho lightest to tho heaviest. from tho fmicy blanket for rond use Spring to the plain but serviceable one for tho sUblo Kery kind of stnbto utensil too. Uood, of course, nnd reasonable My ue.w spring and summer saiuiilcs In price. They have to bo to conform aro now ready for your iBrrnection. They comprise the best on th market to our harness standard I can suit anyono as w pnoo wno uau Ir c.illid STANFORD. Suitings J C. MaCLARY, Stanford. f AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED light of all txMMc .it gives fb iMHi 'ihc Rays ft8wititu, soft, mellow, diffused fight tasy on the eye becaaee h caaofit Sicker. You own aseyour eyes as long as yon wish nadsr the Rayo Ugfat wUixmt strain. The Rave Las b lvwptlfdt h4 area SMcgfe yea pay 98, $W ar eO for yoa may get atere exaaaalTe ataer ttm daeotadoas bat yoa caaaet art a aawar Hay fdrM. A tkta tfaa aeiaa the atreac durable saeda-heMaaada oa Ann aae traa. Taaa miw'i aear spreer dto uraagrii aaa ayaearaaoa. Hgbt krv-pde- ad rr 8ALT, LIME, QIN8EN0, FEATHERS ETC. H. B, Northcott, T. K, Tudor. Mjr. ftiOKMlM. OteM ' a Rjqna Vmr, Mwf " Om 6 his clothra made to order. A silt made to )our nicasuro is prefsrablo to ready mado clothes. To havo Otem made to measure doewix oet rmy more khan ready tonde when iraaRv and fit is consldwea. Goau, U aan let e sake your meneaw. H. e. RUPLEY, The PrnetissJ TslW. u f J, L.Beazley&Co., allBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVlBaBBBBBBBBBff I H. BAKER, The C, N. O. &T. P. Tkm Ocaerd t tii'w r ."YLnagar. n. StmUrl Oil MMISMM &JErm jJmirtSumty tfm WOULD YOU REFUSE A POLICY If It were offered you while the firemen wora entering your house? Wol we fcues. But don't wait for any such Iodr chance. Have ns Issue yon it policy to day sad mske yoarself safe TtNae, nuee. EXCHARaa aa-r- AND EM. UNDERTAKERS DEAL ALSO BALMER8. MAT- BR IN FURNITURE, FOR ALL KIMB a ne matter what happens. IT a fire sfc14 come tonight yea's mtmt for- lr yourself If It Tiwaj meMT.. 9f a sll, they will TURRITRB) JsTOeiC ra W.A THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTBRIOk jot, knvl. FPIDAY, MARCH 24, 1911 3 ,' ARE YOU FREE! rJtvUIVA PERSONAI-a-nd Mrir SOcfAIi M ' . S. - 8ngit. of l.oxInRton v.nl owr lor n idiort Uslt this wee'; . Headaches, Colds, Indigestion, , y. i:ullorl. wna hero fmu T.ohn Pains, Constipation, Sour Stomach, non for n short may parly n tho Dizziness? If you arc not, the most lwcck- . Mrt Aninmln Ilowyer, of Mrklnnoy cJlcctivc, prompt and pleasant 'nceompanlcd by her iwo brlRht ll'ilv' method of getting rid of them is to r.rundchlldroii, Mabel and Pearl. Mas pnt "" ,n East "n8ta.lt on n take, now and then, a dcscitspoon- llttlo tIU till ncek. Uic ever refreshing and truly 0f! Mr nm, Mr, man Mcow0,. bencfiaal laxative remedy Syrup nustorivillo, Ky., who lmo been visit of Figs and Elixir of Senna. It IS Iiir horn returned homo Wednesday, .tournni. well known throughout the world Sohr-mo-i ! Lottie Helm lmi returned home : best of family laxative rcme- nt ,,M.I6 dies, because it acU so gently and ,,, Cincinnati. , strengthens naturally without im- wr. nnd Mrs. J n. iicnatey 'irdorj tating the system in any way. their I. J., rtmnsed from Orhimli to To get its beneficial effects it is' Jicioiiii.il- - Fin., whn., M.c will he. .. located for some lime I. .1..,..,. ............... I. tiiTujro K.uoMiijr iu uuy uiu Kllu Mr I'll Mclllrr, of Shelby City, ban inc, manuiaciurcu uy uvc niiiomia jiint returned from n plcnmnt lsl to Iig Syrup Co., bearing the name l.er foil, J M Mcfilrr at Vshland. Ill of the Company, plainly printed on I.Ike :ill IfnPHplanted Uncolnltcs If the front of every package. jnt eei lnie without the I who h" II. Hwlnehnwd O. Ml Ijineaiter hospital tnAlnKJ i in tl bn I much rwitM.Mit for Botne time, .nueli Iroprmed IMt she It aht,. ti That Peculiar Lightness mid Flavor Found in the finest biscuit, rolls, cake, etc., is due to the absolute purity, fitness, and accurate combination of the ingredients of the gpP211& Royal Baking Powder. The best things in cookery arc always made with the Royal Baking Powder. Hence its use is universal in the most celebrated restaurants, in the homes of the people, wherever de- licious,wholesome food is appreciated. He J. if. IdnnpKiftifvitt icflft!i nt Kind's Mountain r.cxt Sunday rfiAnlmf and night Walton makax you IaiikIi hut hn does more, she mahm you enjoy, wonder and KiljuJro Stanfoid Optra House, 'tVcdnosdny March 2!i. tic lie Ford t l Oxfords! : ; Mr LOST. Certlflcnto fo- - 10 shares (.totk In Henry Clay Fire Intnirap.ro Howard for return to Dr. Company. t! U. Ferry. y Ui J T,ln, ,., W'l a taMlshed grocery, and rpt tial men bandlsc business at McKln-neD. S. Klile. rwk for sale cheap. Arply to ?P- - W0 hnvo rentes tno Minks Hotel and will enrry a stock of gencrnl In tho same building conducted by my Bon J. Emmons. In with the storo Mr. J. F. Tartn run a produce wagon for n whllf rill Any favors from tho public will bo appreciated and satisfaction given. I con-rectl- .have the snappy things that the young folks- And others the older ones wa n x azttc&3ms&zm An unequaled line of Low' Cuts. It you want smart styles as well as quality and fit There's no reason you shouldn't get it. We w i c 1 Ladies continue to glo attention to Fnclo Sam'8 business to the ben oi my ability. C. K. McClnre Bhr.ll W. E; Perkins L. R. HUGHES, T. W, HUMBLE, f CRABpircKARD, fCRNTBriCY. Kv FOR SALE OR RENT OLD INTER JOURNAL BUILDING AUOVfc NATIONAL COUNTY LINCOLN APPLY TO L, R. HUGHES. DANK. STANFORD, KY. IOR . Hoy M Arnold, the prorres"'-- o but; ,.v inn.irnrtnrer of Danville, who finds tiML his nils in the I J, nre Belling ' V their brother. They hat returned It u the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grapo Victor ll.illou Is assisting Miss hump after a weeks' stay with lhlr Cream of Tartar. i:iln May Saunders In preparation for parents Mr. and Mm .1. II 'tr noldt Royal Cook Booh 800 Receipts-Fr- ee. millinery opeiiltiK . her Send Name and Address. i! Morelnnd. ROYAL DAKINQ FOWDtR CO , NEW YORK. Hon. and Mrs floored S. Mill'.h o "ECZEMA CURE A BEAUTY WASH 8helbyle, cre in Lincoln tlur weui: AJthouRfa li U V rrescrtptlon haa'.i. u'lllls k nrlvato Becretarr ti Con rwcotnlrd for year aa Hie one Tho Wr.rren Crigsby Crapter 17. D. Helm, and spent liev Itout and Hph I'ennlngton are rniHy tmr KcMina, I'norlMli, nail all sr"'""" Harvey hero iIn Stanford. engaged In some extensUe Biirpcjlng C, Mill meet with Mrs. A. S I'rico time with him other Mrms of tfkln dUouios. it li now tonic Tuesday afttmoon tim 28th at 2'30 In no other Mr. Wllllh ai with hU brother In the Uee I.lck neighborhood. that o Jaovn tbr. thr ly tho benuty wah- ov , s, willm aa IliiBtonv.llo peStanford sent over a big delegation o'clock oTm Ap Xevliis came over from Win- to tho Ilofman recital at Danville. ear- - Among them were. Misses Kilen Hal- - cheAtcr thin week to visit hli moth- pimpled. blackboU. rah. and all situ- - hU aon, Carl Carter to Lexington y In the ueek where tho latter ran- - lou, Claudia Katon, Margaret Hopper, er and was joined hero Thursday by liar ikln offectlom. Kor thti radon alone a bottlo of lricuntP, nt tho celebrated Smith's Ai;nob Long, i:thel Hilton Lena 1'al John Ncvlus, of Lebanon Junction and " "' nier, Jennlo Newland, Kate Norland, - bis llttlo ton. "" ".,;., " "Sw .Mrs. Alice Ilrmvn, and daughter, Ilerta Jean Feuny, Josephlnt. CnrpenwU Bhnwr ou tho niprlts of tlitt. groat .sen. , remedy an a complexion wash John 11 8hnnkn wn up from f'olum ler. Annn I) McKoberlH, Mrs. J. (i Orma, of Quail, liavo boon the guest I) I !) seems to removu the cause U9 dii., tlu week, looking over tho Carpenter, Uertlw Jaoktion, Mr, Thob. ol her brothor. Dr. I). 11 Proctor, and "m.ket. seklng to buy ,omo for Coleman. Harr, Iteinhart. B. H. hi Am" am Z ing jMimith clear as Uat of a htmitn the uthern trade All that wero of- - man, MIpb Sue Talor Lnglenvan, Mr oung. Alind Fence Mibh ICthel Fettro. Mr. thiM lered him howoe' wit,, tii SHORT LOCAL NEWS (let a 2Cc bettle Uday aad keep It ft ,((i , j,ani,iint; nnh the older stock ihileit ( arpentor, and Mks I.puK .Mrx. We can promise joii n elenn clear u to know. akin nnd a Iputlful rnniileltn If ue ZUMO and ZKMO SOU' nccordinr. W . IVavvho.ise baa acceptedUi.a to (I l net Ions position a assistant cashier of ZK.MO Is n skin heai'liller and h Mr Hank of JstckMin. Uy tnvit-in"!- ! ccicntlflc preparation ffr the ' lYawhoww In an ex l.lncolnltc and dandruff of eczema, plmpleit, In Uio Went ftlm akin nnd wnlp well known exxl-..lnnd nit illiensos lather-IZKSIO SOAT Ih tlio nicest Kml. nntteptlc soap you eor med for Mm II S. llnunlleld of NfAp-nt- , toilet or bath. of IndUiupill Sold by druggists eterywhero nnd l.nd Mm. ?.. 1. Hiutett, In titaaford by 0. L. Penny. curat home to nttend tho bur .U cf y Ijou kar inliMT irM'll'l Will IIP iTl'l V33teZi tmmmsi . 1 W. o'. M'flfJTIN, : 1 1 1! loyal Baking Powder is sold in every civilized country, the world over. AL b.t n was shlrping five buggies to ono par ty al Sprlngllein .Moniihy wueii I. J man saw him. u-- blL stores of ehlcles In this section old For Sale. Palt pood four yearAh-locand wagon. G. T. mules hame 20-Hustonvllle, Ky., 3 bn Steeibergens soils, builds, and adjusts soalos at rocK Dot. tora prlcw. See him for prlcos beiore you buy. Address Crab Orchard, Ky, J. D. 10-6- fi WE ARE "0 Oxfords RECEIVING OUR LINE OF SPRING oomDantei ud ie In lowoit raes. sure your property today with R. M Best Newland. Tho ladles of the Baptist church lll have an exchange at the post office March 25th. Uueen & Crescent Houto excursions 1911. Tho first excursion or tno sca son vlu tho Queen & Crescent Itout" to Cincinnati, O. will bo operated ' SUNDAY APRIL Mh. 1911 F tialn. For full particulars, cr'I on J Ticket Asent. W A. Beekl' r Onor nl lapsenger Ajent, Cincinnati, Ohio WE ARE HAND LING THE FAMOUS MAY MANTON LINE THIS I ",. issr ""' Saturda, Anything you want in Patents, Vicis, Kids, etc. in the latest styles. We invite your inspection. ' ' l.uir.' -n-o Cole-'ta,,,,- iiUGSES, MARTIN rJ & CO.. yi'n OCtSr NotlOnts., ihOtito 2MSB& New Spring 'Goods We beg to announce opening sales of new Spring Goods in every department of our store. All stocks are now complete in every detail, and you will find it greatly to your advantage in making your selections early, while assortments are at their best. We direct your special attention to our magnificent showing of For sale at .Iiibt tho nice-i- t and mo it stylish over brought to No. 4 cream separator line of milliner Stanford will li,. shon at MIsh Hll.i 1st Miij. Saunders' opening April You are lnlted Trosh supply of Hex and lllim '5em ooal at W. S. & E. n. Denham's 2.1. V a bargain, a Hox 178. 21-- ? JmfaiS Vgi'izjw- III -- i L &mmmmmmmvxmmmmmmiKtc "H VNFOKD. KNTUCtV Qfi2X2!&g&35S3E&&i3C2S8& J. W. I.unsfpid killed a water which moaaurcd thico feet. In length on Kd llubbard'a pl.iro thia veck. tncc-cabin "That . a; or Sale. Fourteen nice, puivi bred I. it. Hbode Island hens. J All youn I Spring BETSY'S POINTERS: "A houso keeper should remember, Molly, that a guest seen more In an hour than a host can boo In a year, and some women can tell a good house keeper by lookirig at tho mat at the front door beforo onterluK. All m friends aro highly ploaeed since thoy began dealing at Coffoy and Coleman's Hlrsch's beans and pork now on bale 10 j r U - Suit TSi. I'nrrls, Stanford. Low .'1 1 ' . . Ladies' and Misses' Ready-to-We- ar u Tailored Suits, Silk and Lingerie Dresses. Chiffon, Voile, Batiste and Gingham Dresses, Separate Spring Coats, Skirts and Waists. New Wash Goods The New Silks . are 22-inc- colonist rnlcu to destinations In tlio MPft northwoit, and southwest ia Southern railway. Tickets on sale dally until April 10tbt 1911. For further information, ask any agent, South ern railway or wrlto to A. H. Cook, K. t). Strntton, DPA, Louisville, Ky., DPA i:ansvllto, Ind., J. C. Beam, Jr., A. (!. I'. A. St. Mo. 22-7 You have begun to think about H, that new Spring Suit that suits you. and 15 ceuts. AND COLEMAN. li no strain S. C. White Leghorns Heavy luylns strain. Ekrb SI for 15. Mrs. J. U. McICoo, KIdr's Mountain, Ky. COFFEY i Suits to Order We make suits to order and guarantee to give you full satisfaction in every way. it I , Free for Stomach ! V Our assortment of silks by the yard is the verybcst we have ever shown. h Foulards, made by Cheney Bros., in. Navy, Copenhagen, Resada and black in choice designs, Other qualities of special value in F. 69c,8Sc,$l - FootweSrlor Women, "Missesv nspection. NeFSfiSfesJFov Spring 1 All the season's vver.yne west styles .in.; Fashionable anc? -- ' mmm: T , a , ..i v DANVILLE, KBNTUdfcY. 4 To Mv Friends nnd Patrons. Having moved my stock to tho A I com room on Lancaitor Street ppposlt rourt house. I shall be glad to see ym tboro Am receiving n beautiful We are in receipt of letteri (rota reel that mv Mrs. Eva Gaskins. 304 Madison St, lino cf spring goods jii-.,1 1 Gavel-lanow showing every desirable now r,uartorfl,IIl he n'toro accojslble Topeka, Kans., and Mr. I We Wagoner, Okla., as well as man qnd AttRietivo. Oo- me n call Mis 20 4 others, telling about the wonderf jl reweove in new Spring Wash Goods, includ- Francis Vnndeveor. sult they have secured in the cut o Ttirrt raoMrCWiirh In Uk Krtloo Itw Egyptian Tissues, tfaatt ftll ulb.T 4IMUO but tOtftUCY. laciluiu fouetrr their stomach and liver trou ' " - 2 ing Voiles, Marqdisettes, ike iwi te ychf w uppfM u be iftcunbie. 1 ur great the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Ip-siUkui pronaort It kcal bwMn awl Chiffon Licse, Scotch Ginghams, Irish a&nr withVtvi nuJUn. u4 It wuuar lUling This remedy, as all readers JoubMcss nro7id kkfcli trvAtaient. VTQU9GMitc4 It biCUMkA Ia run. . . baa prvu Oaturb U b a coaitltotwnal du- - know, has been beforo the public for a tbortlero rciiiln aoMUtutluaaJ tiutmroc Kcnratlon and la now bvlner more exLinette, Flrfvons Ralistn nnd Borderedj remedy tensively used than any S iu , rulrdo. Otilo. b lb only Coutaalkuil run oa for stomach, liver and. other bowel Irom t0 mirLtl. It U Ukrn Intarnallr la d According; to reliable testis blood ! aen dmcUr Orrt lo a,trjioonll. It Swisses. Thr uflfr aat mony. It seenx to he a very q)ilclc and afiu ittbi 4irfiiiot tbt J dxlura lor atir raan u I1U to cure. SMi lasting cure lor consiipauon. inaisea bu wt iaiulal.. tlon and dyspepsia, liver trouble, bit V i ClllSt CU, iDUW. UHA lousness. headache, sour stomach, aai 9 1 p Dnnlt, lie. on the stomach, drowsiness after eating; tVlltl. JXuwy l(U4 lor c .A.utlcatt ttaild and similar disorders. It la ' with tonic effect, and so tnlld and gren- tle in action that a child as wen as a Kv. J,ll. Jono.1 will preach atltow. arown person can take It, In fact. It no equal for children, women and laud Friday night of this week, hai people. old of Sunday uUtht an published inskad It arouses the flow of gastrla Juice, and by a peculiar action trains the Dickey will preach at stomach and bowel mueclea to again do Hov. J J their work naturally, and In time medl-clnof all kinds can be dispensed Logan's Crock church next Sunday with. A free sample bottle can be had for trial by sondlnr your addreaa to ai 3:30 P. M. s, for In the doctor, Qavallaa this way Mrs. Mr. and many other Later, when Thore wll ho tho annual election of Brat learned of the cure. you need, do la the remedy officers of (he Logan's Creek Union satlifled Itare doing- - and bur It of your aa others at fifty eenta and ess Cellar Sunday School, next Sunday, at 2 30. druraist a bottle. Dr. Caldwell does sot feel that the Mrt. J. W. Lunsrord has sold her Burenaae of bis remedy ends his obll- sceclaiusd ration. ninth Interest in a lot at Preachers-vill- a liver andHe baa diseases forla stomacn. over forty bowel veara and will ba Dlaased to aire the I t) Tim Fayno for 136. reader any adrlo oa the subject free f charge. All are welcome to write advice There will be a conf regstloBal Meet nlav Whether for the medicalaim. ur. : r tna rree aamate awsee lag a the Presbyterian caqreb aext W. M. Caldwsll. m CaldwsU buUdlnif, Meatlctllo, III. Sunday morning at 11 a. m. and Bowels I. s, New York Styles;. Can show you the latest New - '- n. 1C com-Plai- York Styles made by the most experienced cutters and fitters in America. You get what you v 1 g Brt anf, or you . Children awaits your ea Gas-kin- do not take it. Take a peep at our patterns now on display and we will surprise you with the beauty of this selection. UZ-nfo- Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KY. iffTfjfsm , 1 m . .aa m. .nim- up .- .k.uu.... rjAfT OHArrNEKeaMAnx ouoTf a . . " awtiJLl ..... N' "- - . ck l' .. VeaaLt V Bafl W S ti' IA i''' s '- . -' h '. For Sale. 1R0 botes mixed hay. Mn llnrnott, HuMumltlr, Ky, 2!M. Trial 2:24 Trotting. Dark Hay Stal-lio- l'OSTKD. Father Leo, W. II. King. 11)01, 1C hnnds; foaled August A bargain If gold In 30 tract l.wwt n( Vlllfirrn Pnrni PVi.t Alirnrn M .- -. " "" ' '"" t ot . ' - ' ' " .. " r, t "r"car" . " V. First dam Naughty Olrl by Hex," m,rt Pke 3 mile from Crnb record An.erlc.ii 23200. 2M1 14. slro of tlattlcton, 4yr. ro Orchard, Ky., Apply to W. T. Garner, Atnorlcnn Hollo 3vr- - Su,nfo'd. t, .. ., v rortl 2 07 i. l.- and IS othen In 2:30 record 2 12 brum nil reports tills Rolnc to bo '.Hut; a on of Onward 1411, record W, aire of Onwnrd Silver 2:t!i the banner borne and Jack breeding , .,. -l and 170 others In tho 2:30 list. ,,.., ln , " '" " ,'i ' ;, Onwnrd s;as fired by Goorgo Wllea All the leading atnlllona ttib tntc M Hecond dam Duenna, sired by Mnm- - and Jacka will bo advertised In tho 1275, slro ot 7.i Including Interior Jouinnl, which rocs to twlro brlno King l.ord Der- an man farmers as most of tho coun lidy of the Manor 2 04 by 2 01 3 4, Heir at Uw 2:05 oth try papers in this part or thQ state. rs In 2" 10. For Sule. Duroc Joruey boars sub Dotlet, by Nutwood COO, tho 3rd dam alio of 14 In the lift. Ject to register. Kxtra geed ones, M MV.M.1...IMI V. .V,. 1UI lit"", IWl'H ' weight about 12S pounds. sir- - 1H In tho Hat 1'rlce jl'i Stli dam, Millard, by Albion, 6th dam F. O. 15. Is sold ln next 10 days. U'rlto Ned by Edwin Forest. 7th dam or call and boo them. It. II. Ilronaugh Turner by Mnmbrlno Chief II. The Warfleld wns bred to only IB Crab Orchard, Ky. 22-marcs. He has 12 fonts all upheaved Auctioneer M. F. Kennedy report plenty of style, size and substance nnd plent. of speed. Thi Warfleld tho salo of Sam McKee's stock nnd . I Iu s.lt.I-.- .. It t n ut !"ke' n!T bo- hti.t as MJt. FAKMKH: Mske your homo as modern Inr ynr family Blze, substance and speed only In parti'!" from ico, The most complete emphasize tho qualities coniblneJ In lows: Horses 40 to $76; cows $30 to reeiJeiice, and place ymirccll in a position tu get the latest market quotations this son of Dare Devil. He has them jio.50; holfcrs, $29.50; 2 gilts. 111 at any time, 'fliis cau be neonmilifbeil by tueaniof ur telenhime oorwee lino of high grade and they are such symmetrical charixc i,arrei. which you and your neighbors run get for n sum that is small compared with w - ln lor rw W make Mm a ttnHlcn anions,,1, ' tho irauvfita received. Cnll or addnw our nearest nfljcs or write direct to rkoy bens. Buggies that has guu.oi. nmny. His hoad nnd neclr, body, feet iCRihiuartem, Nnshvillc, Term., Inr information regarding our sccib1 "Farand legs are perfect nnd when teen S2.75 each; ducks, t!0 cents each; ever been shown mers' Line" rate. If you nro nut ut jircocut enjoying telephone rervJce, we s each; geese 70 la connection with his fnuHlcM gait thickens nnd great beauty are ecpcclally ccnt8 each; guineas, 20 cents; house- tcau immeliatelynteivt you. Our line cover the States ul Kentucky, in Stanford. We TeuiicN-ee- , -- M'S'iiiiii, Iouisiana and the Southern imrtion of Indiana and -- - -neW have the latIl'inois. HAST IKKNIXSKK TKIj. A TEL. CO. .Farls Kentucklnn. looked nt n better one, ueiHrtiR4TKni At MIdnny the McBraycr dUttllerj, The Warlleld Is tho only stallion est styles and that has 7 dams In the ureal brood whlch Is now In operation, hns a dnlly Maiiibrino mare list. II h:u , tong of drIpJ broneri,. best brands f, King crosses, two Mnmbrlno l'nchen,, put Into 100 m on,. tv.oMaml.rIno t'hlef. one Chimes the market Onward, ono Oori? Wilkest. one Klo- - pound bags nnd shipped across thf CWfTOCLQTOES affords. tloneer, ono Nufv nil, one Stfitliuiore, - uaterg, where It is beliiK fed to trotting cniifOi than nny fctnl- ,,e b Denmark dairymen who ship W HAVEsNO,W FOR YOUR INSPECTION THE VERY LATG3V AND " l'lucL especially butter, to .... Tho wErtold Is by Dare Devil. 24SG, MOST STYLISH" MENS"SUITS EVER SHOWN ON THE GLOBE. STfNCT. King London market, where It Is disposed H He by Mambrlno LY PARIS "DEIGNS. WE HAVE AN V SHADE AND PRICE FROM $J0 record 2:09. I27P he by Mambrlno Patehen, 515 lie of a wholenalo prlco no bettor than TO $30, HANp,Tlt.ORED. ALL WOOL, GUARANTEED IN FIT AND TO it Mnmbrlno Chief 11. Dam Merce- - ilnf obtained bv Kentucky dnlrimen. GIVE SATffiRC-'"- 4. CALL HERE BEFORE YOU BUY. des, by Chimes E4S, My Electioneer, ,, thjs drJw, brcwor. Rraln (a KOfRi f0). Q Denmark dairy cow why Is It not Dare Devil Is a great winner He , vi - ......-.- ., won thA cnamnionsum i muuimi iinroo simw In 1SD8. ciais : ursi by tnIng the cost of shipment for National Horse Show 18SS, class -- , thousands of miles, which Is, of necesYoong men are cor- -first National Hotso Show 1899, cfia sity, port of the profits of tho busi111? ."Nnuonai rlinmDIonsnrff iimm ness? Lexington Herald. m dially invited to call sjhnv moo. class 2: flnt National crowds ever iecir of nt 1900. dass 3; itnr. Show Show I5"0 class tlrst first Onestocktho largestthis county attend-- , Have added a new and complete and inspect our line 10; sale in a lpnal Horse DIGNITY DARE . r. -- ed -line of magazine and periodicals as vrn ohrtn. fin? olnsn- It!, TP' at tho sa) of W. II. Whaley, at Clark j..u, UOSIUTl IlurBJJ ou. before buying, we can serve lloston Hor.-- Show 1S02, clair tr .McClInteck's barn in Paris, Vcdne-!well as the latest approved fashion snow isuj, Nominated In the Chronicle's Saddle 1; second Uoston Horse please you in price and day; 200 cnttle were sold and 100 were Horse Futurity Stake 1911. 1912 class 3; second Boston Horse Show journals and invite your inspection. Calves' 1903 class 2; reserve Uoston Horse r.ot offered for lack of time. And 1913. style. Combined stallion. Dark Mahogany Showi 1903, clnlK 1; third Ucpton Brought $20.25 to J29; yearling cattle Uay, 15-wclgth 1.200 pounds. Horse Show 1903, class-- 7. ilo sired J57.25 to $43; long $C0; fslre of Prln-ceb- s yearlings, J44T to H0Z; Jersty cowi Is nupolutely sound In eycry vday. The Heau Weal 2'13 Devil's Daughter Kind disposition and colts easily tan- 205 Helen 2S tot ?73 Trlf-le- r averaged J80; grade cows, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ledd He bag stepped eighths In 18 2:19 3 4, Sarah Hamlin 2U9 Jersey heifers, $lfr to S4i; rogs o!d hitched to a sulky; is five galtcd; n Dare Hcvll, Jr.. 2:28 2:2 IN THE BUYING AND great show horse wearing the blue Will make tho preient reason at our low; ewes and" lambn IC.S5 to 43.90; SELLING OF REAL EStie ever ?lnce n yearling; at three farm one mite from McKlmiy, Ky., nt mulbs J125 to 22S; horsea J 75 to J255 TATE. THE SERVICES ) ears old wore 13 blues and 1 red out f 15 to Insure a living colt. twenty head of Horses averaged over OF A BANK ARE USUAL ot 14 shows; as a harness horse and J200C Everything offered was sold ex LY NEEDED. IN THESE M. OWENS & SUNr STANFORD. ai a model Is in a class to himself. TRANSACTIONS;' .WE." cept: one horse, and he was only bid McKlnney, Ky. never. deIeatediocept,by two . ADVANCE KENTUCKY. colts, nnd has 'wont In ot his ovn hhj vafae. The salo to MONfcY ON MORTGAGES rings of 23 head. His colts are alBRIGHAM YOUNG:. amounted to over 120,000. Paris Demi PR09WDE STAMPS, AND ways liuldo the money, andi when OTHERWISE ASSIST IN STANFORD, KENTUCKY develonod make great saddlers and my ocraC CLOSING UP DEALS. tilgh priced three and fire gal ted show WW make the scaaon of IStr at low WHEN YOU BUY OR horses, sixty rive or nis get nt wn Bbce near McKfnney, Ky., at the SELL PROPSPTY. LET averagn nac of 2 yoarr. sold at price of JS.00 to Insure a trMns coil ... BUSINESS END OP THE nn average price or 6ll. He nan This Jack is l nanus t. IT PASS THROUGH never been defeated In a produce ring black with white points, flho- style THIS BANK. WE ARE ring when shown with 4 to 18 or Ms gnat bon and foot and hai proved CONFIDENT YOU WILL set Himself a greai breeder. IFrs eolta The Most Versatile of Entertainers. BE WITH PLEASED Think of such saddlers as ue naa haa. always brought the top prices. It OUR SERVICE. namely, Nettleton, Wlnsetn, will pay you to see this Jictt tteforr sired; Prospect, the Jim Anderson mare. Hey breotteg your mare. Delig-hteDay, the Price Herring More, Toxie, S. M. OWENB & SOrU Dare, London Dare, Dare All. Whitfc McKfnney.Ky Foot. Irlnce Imperial and a host of others that have been sold from $1,060 to T3.C00. Iook at bis record as a Eiecuiw's Sale sire- - 'of snddlere nnd see what' they can do. DIGNITY DARE, cot by Charter rfcv DarP No. 10, &e. 1st dam by Welch. Up-To-Da- te Aw execntor of Prank VauciitT. inont C3C7 A T. H. It., he br Itysdyk's ceaiwd I Je-T fflU "T HamblPtonlan No. 10 A. T. II. It. will serve mares this season of 1911 at my hlgUnst and best Mddder on. PLAYS WITH SKILLTHE FOLLOWING INSTRUMENTS In Hnstonvillo at the low price Saturrfay March 25th, 1911V of Gibson Mandolin 6 Ocarinas, Xylophone Beldola; $23 to Insure a Living Colt. in tile town of JFwtonvllle, Ky.. the Conn-QuerMoney duo when colt comes of niaro fuliuwihF pcopertr to w:t; Italian Flageolet Cornet Metal t... un.nlft hir bono. OBLY BUtr traded or removed, or bred to any Novelty Flute Banjo him; not afraid vf Bamboo Chines, other stock. A Hen retained on all or cjlild cn drive colts until paid for. Grass furnished auUmiubUe or ateam; i ft Meiophone. Shugulette, Guitar at rnasonablea price for mares from a horse bv Galton. well broke, good n-distance and most be settled fon be- dtvhlualr 1 yearnid cow.gooj' inutrr Carried In Stock By . fore removed. Breeding hours from lot of powtry, one new ruiur 8 to 10 in the morning and 4 to 6 la buggy, t wrt new harneas, 1 T T Tiorrsehold anai latCBen tho evcninir. Mares will receive mv -- n.M lieraonal attehBenr but'cwll! notwboJ 1unltUre,bt an. beddlBg pantlcally respoaiioie rer accidents or escape. now. aewfnr roacnine, now- Will also at the same time and place' stove-- etc t. FIRSTJJUTY itand my great breeding Mulo Jack TMKMS. All aaras of upon PEYTON, Cask. AH sums over ! its per ao .well known in the West Had of credit of threo months, bearing Lincoln connty. at 310 for mares and interest from date, wit approved Security to its Deposi120 for letnnetsi doe when colt ia sv:urlty. No property w or i foaled Just received a complete new line for Spring, i above or mare traded, removed of ivattl terms are complied Tana. Sale tors. i parted with, or mare bred to any oth irtlP.M. W. M. MYEHSi. RIGHT PRICES. -inspection. We invite exer stock. Peyton by Huff Da4derara AN HONOR ROLL Executor. jack, be by nubble's Dngnolla and out of Jim Porter Jennet. Peyton is fine with very large bone and foot, good neck and ear, goodIs a Bank quarter, wen uiouniea, ia nanus i men hlxh and admired by all woe aee him. Whose Surp.ns is equal and is said to be the best lanle jack in Lincoln county. Watimann. No. 343. This splondld to its Capital All are Invited to coma and eee hlsav Oerman Coach horse vsaa foaled May Phone in rertldeaee. 21st. ItOS. by H. Hanjkamp, in ae D. 8. CARPENTER, The heart i a wonderful double poop, through tb many. Ho was Imported by J. Croucft HuBtonville, Ky. kept o( lit action endwtloh the blood (trcim itthe rate vwceplof' & Sons, of Urtayetiao. Indiana, ol seven round through the body round w sf( v.hb sired by Eskimo No. 1400. Ho " Uemember thi, that our bodlca mile, an tour. FINE PIECES OF PROPERTY without Kood, ! n very fine typo of the German coach will not atand the strain of over-woVI FOR BALE AT McKiNNEY torsos, and sold far 1300. threo years pure blopd any more than the engine can run smooth. XT Iy without oil." After 'many year of atudy In the ATJ w. ao. Hfl will jnato the Beaaon nt mr active practice of medicine, Dr. R. V. Pierce found Hustonxllle, at ld to Insure Deriilng to, go Into other business, place ut that when the stomach was ont ol order, the blood The Kmd that Burns good, Makes no clinkers, impure and there were symptoms of general break vr will sell the following property a living colt. down, a tonic made of tho fljccrlo extract of certain and very Little Ashes. We Give yeu 72 At the samo place 1 will also stand located npposlt0 the depot at lcKln roots was the best corrective. This be called my fine trotting' stallion Hummer, Jr., (ney, Ky. Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen Gorocf Hel to Oourt4l(Usc nt no to insure a living colt Ills One 1S, room hotel. I Golden Medical Discovery , Dr. Ouneee to the Peuasl. get. have all been very flae road hor One Uvery barn. Stanford, Ky. COzSO. e f)n with aide sea. 'N Being made without aloobol, this " Medloal Discovery " balps the stoaaaak to I will stand my several flne aeka at Has A rooms, wWi stock of merchandise. sitlmiUte the food, therapy urin dyspepsia. It Is especially adapted to dlaaaeea 1 t rv attended with ezeessiv tiisus waste, notably In convalescent from varieae Parties desiring to go into tUf hotel f)2 for uarea, bo Jennets. Money due (qvcref for thin. blooded people and those who are always " catchiog cold." Capital of - $100,W0 these! strea when raareq r and ltvcry and goods buslneaa will on alt nr. Ptaraa'a Common Sense Madioal Adviser Is sent on receipt of 31 find this a fine location. Will make told or traded. t book of 1008 pages. Addraae Dr. $1QP00 ffJuMlin " cent stamps for the French Call i. good prlcf to risM parties. . KENTUCKY. J'. K'. BAUOriMAN, STANFORD, It. V. l'ieree, No. 66 Main Street, Huffalo, N. Y MAHTKRS or Ohas. pn or rlt A V. II. ! SOME SPRING CLOTHING TALK ! THE WARFIELD M M am aaamau I Bam Bml Bml Bar Bml Bml I dy.A .- s'0 l. -- 4 Something New It attracted the crowd Monday. l- ,., At W. H. Biggins' in the lll CALL ' RIDING CULTIVATOR AND Company. Line, made by the Genuine Oliver Plow' " 3 EE W. H. Higgins. RURAL TELEPHONES. STi . a f f" V ', fifty-cent- ver XZZSZu to ' ,,,,,,, ' cat-mo- n ' I : Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. 1982 l WE S a rf -- e j" H m i i USUALLY NEEDED. "lut :t 3-- 1; I I PENNY'S DRUG STORE 2 PENCE BROS. ; 3 SSBSBgBageSgESia FIRST NATIONAL BANK, - - - $50,000 SURPLUS EARNED $25,000 CAPITAL He-wa- s. MAKE-tOANS- one-fourt- h 2 "" - BELLE FORD WALTON d With Thousands of diences to her Credit: Au- State M& mm. Huraerous Entertainer,, Talented So prano, Efelightful Impersonator. Organized in 1882. Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. i Trust (b. sunm or Looking For An Spring Suit ? The M System Clothes QANftFRS will fill the hill. 'BANK'S t ha STANFORD OPERA HOUSE, land fw's nn-dof- Wednesday. March 29. cit To Sell or Trade ! StylishFitting Garments Latest Patterns, Well Tailored. A r"' BANK - WatzmanRt, 343 ten room yur dwelling Harrodsburg, Ky. Will L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard, Ky1' change for a farm or icre property, W. T. EWING, Harrodsburg, Ky. Good Livery Barn and r TheLincoln CcAinty '.". The Human Heart rk ,h ..! national Bank Pierce's t tore-hoiis- elotb-boun- d J. H, Baughmmn &Go. 1, hit .ijewyer, f MeiiBe) iy. JIuMonvllle, Ky, y