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The Stanford interior journal: April 4, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911040401_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: April 4, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V""T l" Cf WMMMC XXXVIII. The Stanford Interior Journal. NO. gT STANFORD. LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUE8DAY, APRH. 4, 1911. EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. X flATFORM CONVENTION AFTER THE PRIMARY IS SUGGESTION OF M'CREARY IN 0PENIN8 SPEECH TO LARGE CROWD AT HOPTOWN I HeDktnivlllc Ky, April 4. Senator Jauie II. MvUitar open ed hi campaign for the democratic nomination lor governor beiore a trc- Ndou. crowd hero MonU., altor; pt a' platform conveatlon to be held the tU primary, which a stoat many leaning aemocrai. "StXSS ba M ""!,WI Tn"u.PU.?fewSir. educatt1 dev.l.nt. ana on owcr 'X. Internal lisprovfimewu Is needed, UtM, bit room progre "I niu In faor el better schools, fur- ttaer improvement of our educational "Ti1!0" MlTtr. Industrial develop- BHttt ad for reasonable and proper yroicreM In all directions. My recordla weH Imown. - It Is. shown In the of.. . fleet 1 nww ..L ln? of the "i; nej'i, ror i riTo puui convention, and state nd national nlways supported the .dtmocnle plat. form, and I stood nil Important legislation when I was conrressmnn. "In the interest oi naruiuu; fawr united Jomocrary, I nm In (n hfl of a --- - flAld .!.. Ul .lM.nnjr( COBTCF1UUH nf uuiuiu.i. .nfter tho prlmnrv election Is held to adopt a platform." Senntor Mct'reary's speech was a lucid discussion of present political Issue and a severe arraignment of conll-duthe republican party, and the sue- -t prediction that democratic , Cfs, hot , national aim m iu mnn-was u Ite near future. He gave four roaMwis why me re doomed to defeot. asi Irtibllcan party made advanceroent In fMMHiM. Industrial i.Ti LZVJXL -. P'"ra '""" .' W V"e a groat success and the young ladies of tho high school PVPVVNTQ WAPTIPF lntrnrt " wake lhl" n stl" KreMer sue- I Auf bill u I JrwlvlIvlJ cc.' Tho contestants nro ni follow ' .Misses Eva UIton sod IJssa Holt. FIRST BALL GAME TO BE PLAYED claw or tho Junior clan; Hallle Bur-dctlo and Kllrabeth Illggln of the AT DANVILLE SATURDAY Senior, Mary E. McKlnney aud Kate HIH SCHOOL fseVTES. Anderson of the Sophomore, Mary K. (John M. II. Water, Ileporter.) 'jjudderar and Marlon. Orlmes repre- Coach Bohannon bai been giving .cnlnr tho tfreshmaii class m hart tho bac ball team, U0 "flrt dege."!,, ,pmiouaTy stated the proceed between allow torm the pat week.lof (n8 conleit and, the on arrcaJy ,,c ,, wol, n,ca,ed wkh th.. bo pl.y.neld wllI UieU to hl)lD cofr. Idb and apects to developrteveral expenses of the conteaUnU, who r storu. The camo with 'Jie Lancaster I, er tne tournament al Springfield In ijuno. The entertainment are well Um rrioay aiiernnon C""e1 " " icoW walhe' Iworth tho price of admission and tout will of presence will greatly depart. a"j th. Bo PteJJd R. D tnm ment ot Bcll00, work. aid this -- "" ", yeir will o fWrtlcMly line up Two more months of "pleasant" the amt m last with Doxler Ander- studying and then three months ot and Newland ns ad- mBlmlan "dull" vacaUon. dltfonsl recruit. br prl-- j Over 1 100 ,1m. been rals Mr. George D. Hopper, Jr.. of Cen- Tnte subscription for tne support or Itral University visited tho school last , lnlf yfan ' .. ii,. wees. ueorao irraauatea irom me . i'ftr - ircianu hub tiiinittiK. lUgh School team 8. II. S. In 1907 and Is now tho leader rrflrk ,or a Kamo and ts manaRpr has re-- of thlm sophomore class at C. U. Htnnronl a gw lhnU tney wl p ay wjn Wallace Blngloton and Lester O'- , nd , rcturn hp ball flannon will enter Transylvania t'nl Ihero on account of all the crslty next year. THE TEAM'S COACH r "MUuth" will be nt tho opera ' hoube April, 14th see bim. rilin WiTATUfcD LULU TTtAintlX ,t JMnreh I0th,,wa HkPIHbbbI FBWBFlHnBFvSBBBBBBBH DssssssssssssssssssssssssssssBBBBBBB HOW TO COMBAT i I MfS VIRGINIA ARNOLD- - GREAT WHITEPLAGUE' TOLD BY 8ECRETARY DIES AFTER FATHER ' ,. 'en-ift- 2 ..ii.i Je tr njA 1 I'opulsr dissatisfaction with present conditions, and especially high pr.ces lor tho necessaries of life. Tho broken pled"1 of the rep bll can party on the tariff question. I'm pie expecting lighter burdens of taxaburdens wero made heavtion and ier Crrmntlm disclosed In cerlnln high republican circles. A crowing belief thnt there wa nn alliance between the republican lead ors end speclnl Interests such as manufacturers, organliers of trusts and rallntalners of monopolies. t-- I 1 J x..c 7 " Acty-Arn- old POPULAR HOTEL MAN MARRIES GARRARD LADY ICl J. W Acer, thp popular proprietor ol the SL Asann lotsl, surprieii ii" friends by ouletlr slipping away to unc ' lM ek here he cot. Mr. IV1N Hughes rno'il nn nttrn t v (lprr'd widow anC tnklrg n train irr Levlrrton. thev were united In jnsrrHr by Rev. I J Spenrer, of thef Cbrlst'sn hurch. The weddlnc ooeur- -l led on Thursday, March 30th, and boih Mr. and Mrs. Acey were given man) good wishes for happiness when they camo tack to Stanford. 1' ; IBU I w .... - RdBsO. I .-!. wm ..!- flsMT . ' m--" '- - Harvey Helm, Oi tbls city, representing the Eighth Congressional district, was highly honored by the Democratic caucus of. tne new House which met In Washington Monday. He was made Chairman of the Committee on Expenditures of the War Department, and was also Shooting At Somerset placed on the Insular Affairs and Census committees. Den Johnscn was the onl, other Kentucky congesaman to pet a comraltteo cbalrmansh'p, KILL8 BARKEEPER he being placed nt the head of tho TJlMict of Columbia committee. POLICEMAN This prominent assignment put Congressman Helm at the very foreIN PI8TOL DUEL front In the new Democratic Congress and Is regarded as a great honor, especially In view of the fact that he la no'v only serving Ms'thM terra. A dispatch from Somerset say that Mr. Helm has been flooded with cong&tulatory messages from all over the I'ollruinun John Waddle shot and killed district and state inc0 he announcement of his selection as a committee ed Tom Hedgccroft, a barkeeper Ut chairman was made public. Thursday night. Tho shooting took REPUBLICANS TO (flaco on the square. Waddln andj SILYER CUPFOR BEST Hedgecroft had some trouble over nj dacSss0hne' NOMINATE JULY LINCOLN DOG ,be caS not case In tho Police Court, and when , cured In early, j8 no much better and continues to I said to have tbey met Hedgecroft re,",p"r; "e.!h ?rJ "nt the Lcmp House. ' the board- " F''l5 rest. lulled hi gun and began shooting. LEXINGTON KENNEL CLUB OF- - ED MORROW GETS INTO RACE Rood, wholesome u g oui acors, summer aim winter nnB' trs hi first shot FOR GOVERNOR THE FIELD Annruncement rani. hnv lQn , No soonor had ho fired I FER8 HANDSOME PRIZE FOR O'REAR hpre to.tl. nuptials of Robert AGAINST T."bC; ' until the policeman pulled his gun ENTRIE8 FROM THIS Four of the 3 times nt him. shot COUNTY Attrrmpv fl nfe. D. Florence, of ..... ona ih ren nave cnBt(.r ret)d nt lp,n thp . shots took effect killing him instantly ' iUIb cty, nttendca tne meeting oi me f Hedgecroft killed a negro not lot The Interior Journal has un txhl- - Renubllenn State Committee at Ioui- - built Iiousoes for the Indians, they ate Mrs. Sunn Anderson The ""-- " Mis, I.ytle. of "' "" nrniiiirnii inn innr iprin h I nn in nnn m ita nrpn irimiitiv i ?i !"? nwi an. ? louVand. 7 -n- .rClMve SoMl"" In the Civil War rarely died '" Waddle Is 1 handsome silver cup offc.ed by th. Policeman of cou.L V. S. dE . . VA no- iiuihii.iuii. iiiiiiircii wire cur iuu lor me uea. trlct Attoney km .Morrow, or aomer- Drotner 01 niei 01 rouco iicnry vau i,oxingiou nennei J' of u 8 . Senat r Brad- - ed by th outdoor ,,fc h . a nephew dog of any breed Irom Lincoln county die He has not been arrested yet. Arm, having s ",e '""owing par- ,1 be taught rules of sanitation wherebv, , 'V ice;" " at the big dog show to be held In Lux- ........ ... , Vh...ww - i ...co u iiuiii ijiivRnn a UFOWIl . at o . Anrll - . ... .... .. s ik cm? i.imi. Rnv. Cox. Ed Krank?. thla HrAmlfnl disease may be " nwH ....... 11 tn 14. Srrtnrv. i. .i, t r, Mt. Vernon First D. Murray writes the I. J., that the fol Judpe 0'Rnr and Attorney Morrow. vented and cured. Drugs cannot kill ?3 trc:m" Rob t Thomnson at fi I2e- If annmi In be the field lowing tho conditions for 22 t?. .Jwe . .: i01? t .. who hns the rank acd file of.I'le nrd pure rich blood nr the , tviienr. " ' N Un agents " can no event: V maBi uf thoHcll J3o7c:VohlnsonV$G3b. I cup is to be awarded to the ,,rofscnai politicians ngilnst him. At the close of the lecture BEE !rof. D. W. Bridges, the nonular .... - jTincipm oi me Lancaster school has u'.bi uuj, ur uiiv-i- i vi iiuy uitcu in i, it ih uruevcii iiuii i.mtu u iumu . ' on ' 'V.i' soreI.v afflicted with a sore foot. oi -"" remarks Prof .1. W Ire'nnd went up to Ml 'tcred In competition at our sIiot from lepubllcan.s will prouauiy iavor 'J -. having had the misfortune to ste , Vernon latt Saturday nignt anu rcier- - . ,n nHrt,nn ,n ,v,u row, as ne is irom hip uciruuu. ",;"--.."-Mlint -- -' - . -- - "'V ..nF- Ii(laVf - '" cniiru ur ui'U ut. Hlckle and on a rustv nail. Two physicoians were . cod nn olJ-- l r0H,,.l nnhlln .nolMnt- , luni iw... ..w..k . ... .1 t..1,1 I' pointed (JountV Jude '" rnn.A- - irn..A nnnABpave some with him for a time, out be Is much u"r cuuiuy iuiui uu . the Mt. . ....,... match befwc on th.. mini! nf .jilirtnl. T ..v L. W Uethurum. 01 IHIIVH. n U, .l. iiri... 'inul niftlltlnnal .tlnircri ..nn M.O rnmimlo fnr v7ii.lrnoaln nnn nf In. mnat nrnml. .ii, .. ...wuv nl.n . .. , w. . .w. ,UVfUB.I, w...' ... Improved now and hupes to be out ,..w.... good Vernon and Ilrodhend public RV.UUUIO. ..MW1..U..... VUU-".. r advice as to visiting those who . .. r tin rrst. t a... n..e . .Innf ma lit i i i ". icunum.uin t n Hla liiv iuiiiu'1 tnniu mil viiiunuus i'.- inn en a ii nrizp wo oiipr. mtno eiiirv n.int ronnhllniina ... t.... nfir- nt v. j ..i .ii Congressman o -- ll:veX,fl KERNSR OF DOUBLE BEREAVEMENT IN PROW SOCIEINENT OARRARD FAMILY LECIN TY 8PLENDID , NEW8 OVER THE LINE TURE IN STANFORD lAncnster, Ky., April 4. Tho stereoptlcou lecture on Tuber Miss Virginia Arnold, doushter nt culosis nt the Christian church Frl the late Joe 'Arnold, died of double Jay night bv Mr. Hobert Kerncr, of pneumonia on Saturday nt her homo Louisville, secretary of the Society in mis eity, sne la survived by her for the Prevention of Tuberculosis, mother, sister and tw7 brothers. Hs under the auspices or the Woman's death Is doubly sad In mat It baa just Improvement Club, was a great suc- ioinwen mat or ner devoted cess. A well filled house greeted the The deceased was a consistent father mom Bpeaker, and he had the closest at bcr ot the Christian church for many by mem years. Tho family have the deepott tention throughout. A qunrjet and prayer by Iter. nmpiHny or nu in weir nour of brsM.of the clubpreceded D. the lecture. Walker Mr. Kerner was Introduced by Mrs. J. Mr. C. C. Drown entertained the J. Dickey, president ot the club, who Kmbrordery Club Friday afternoon. presided. Mr. Kerner Ig.'BOt n ora-to- A dalntr luncheon wag served. but he Is a most ngreeablo speakRobert Thompson sold to Shanks er. He Is lucid and makes everyone & Dowdy of Columbus Gaoorgia a se the point. He said In part: road horse for $300. In the Civil War lasting four years Mesdamen J. A. Arnold W., It. Kvery year Dastln and Miss 8ue Annaand 205.000 men were Wiled. Lear or In the United States 200,000 persona at homo after several days shopping die of tuberculosis. Hundreds of mil In Cincinnati. lions of dollars are expended by our It s rumo'ed 'The bell, the g people annunlly to prepare for war bells will chime merrily about nnd hereby prevents war. while only Easter time. n few millions are expended annually Klder F M. Tinder boueht the John to prevent tuberculosis. This is n illgglnbotham residence and farm preventable disease, ns much so ns containing 70 acres of land on tho measles, Stanford pike near town for $13,000. smallpox, yellow fever mumDs and whooplne couch. Mr. Tinder and family expect to move great city of New York the Into their new homo this week. In the have been reduced one half deaths Miss Detsy West will entertain fclinply by sanitation. It Is as possi- the members of the Embroidery Clr- ble to stamp It out of our entire couu-tr- rcle Friday afternoon at her home on ns It was to stamp yellow fever Lmuvme street. out of Cuba. The disease Is not heied- A pretty silver cup is on display In Itary. It runs In families because of H. T. Logan' windgsr to be given to conditions tn communicate It, and a the best Garrard county dog entered susceptibility to receive It. in the dog show at Lexngton. In Kentucky there are 20,000 vicMillinery openings Baturday afttims of tuberculosis nnd of these ernoon nt It. 8. Brown', Mrs. Ada dlo annually. Kinnalrd's and Miss Rella Arnold's Slncee Dr. Koch, of ermany, discov- drew an Immense crowd of admiring, ered tho t'lberculosls germ In 1882., and eager spectators. The women tho ch Hired world has begun a war-far- could hardly wait to behold tho new against the Great Whlto Plague est and most fashionable millinery. In Germany every county has a tuber Little Elizabeth Logan Slmnson. tuiosls Hospital, Kentucky has one. the bright little daugber n Jefferson county. Our next legls- - 0r Mr. and Mrs. Henry Slmnson, was lature should take up tho work In dan2Arnniv 111 nn Mhv nf.rT. " "" "" r, wed-diny pSWIS:.SK2fSA & I , -- ."" ..?.aS2.:"h" ljxmS irjLa'? .nSrUrri. "S p-- 5" S'.' 'l? 1 Ino-in- .. ...-!- -- n'. w ' - . t.l. m7 ";.'" I r, 'ITnnnnn VT - ' ,j ": " j T' .i..r ""'', "" n .. r., """'T "T..""' It cOFUe -- . Scared to Death THREE-YEA-OL- CHILD'S PECULIAR FATE MEETS lier child "r roll. In terror, rushed to rescue t Hnptinng i"1 little on up nut' Jobophlno Carpenter, Knlley Sauir- . nnm,.,r .vro ti10 ,,tn. tie gani'er '"fc. tno next ... ... inuant he siw her bnlie gsp am ,fc tiers Ol Uie spoiling ninicu ...,. u,- rriuax t ae n rr In h TTrm Not ' ' ? ening ire umicn was nem uciwioii I ' prd bml'o toi Id he f I'r'c1 ,v"t ri il ' i' rf - p t Vo tho high school nnd eighth grado pu- Rev K D. NoaVs. f'h--'p- plls. thwinnor being representatives la rh h Ha xtnln- li1r fliw I ln i ' the high set col. of Crab Orchard, with Mr. George II. Lvne. of Crab Orchard, went to Miss Salllc Uiirueno tntertalnrd Pnlnt L'ck. to ottnd tho burial of nuiubrr of hor Irlenda nt her hon e uei wnson ot unpp ng bpnngs. evening. All reported a fine who was hurled bv the Masonic order F,, Clevo (lar'nnd. who M V"RyruVlJZT " Chappel'g Cap. April s. Mr O. W Spivey, who has from a visit to Hunting S"rlmi Clay "ounty, tells us of the 't'Tge child there drath of n three year-oll.ia week The Infnnt was in the yard d x: m- have romarkuble rccordb In attend ance and schorfffffaip this jcar. They have not missed a day hlncu t' t-- o ginning of school aud hnvy obtained nvrasos of over 31 per cent, each u,c hon- wonU: u,ls entlulnR itom to i tho II year old brother of Mrs. IL. It. Hughes, of this clt), was one of Blackburn Bohannin, of Frank'ort. the two winner for Mt. Vernon, mo . iu:.--; i .... tin tlluT bcinc nomot rrocior. . pinuniA !n LolnKton ItelllC V i games could bo pluvcd dujs when malclil were thev that the;spelled lor two nours anu n nan oeJoseph Hopper and Harry Helnhait for j Vprnon tlnally won. .on iif ... ,,,. ..!. 1 The Y. M. C. A. organized n fow Mr. Joen Ilogle nnd handsome daughter. Miss Nettle, of Turnersvllle weeks aim ha thus been n bui . The member, have been meet- th'mclent teneimr of th .rhnol hero Inst term. iB regularly ovory Saturday evening Born, the wife of Mr. Uu Crow In tho offlco of Dr. T. W Pennington, a. line U. all seem to be doing faithful work. They're still fighting down In Moxl- - April 28 ha beon set ns the date co with the rebels apparently getting for tho girls declamatory contest. Tho boy contest held In tho opera house all tho best of It, list week. tm,' n?ILlu!.LX fr "1 feed for the do- throughout the ,y nave LncoIn solidly behind hlra show and n pass for the owner of the Governor Wlllson has declared him- dogi Jt s not necessary for a dog self violently opposed to tho vw " . hn ""' '" i.;. ,.rtTYlliJi i,rtfrtt. """ " ,rtmifltlnn nro nr ro.H.prrf U ua bo made later than April Iuarlo. cai.not uun-e,l pu"" iu j. sin d. Murray Secretary Lexington will Frank J. Tamme be means of obtalulug a premium list' FEARFULTRAGEDY. catalogue nnd entr.v blank fee." A foiriul trncedv occurred In the PROMINCMT LINCOLN FARMER DIES !N WINCHESTER t0nK fork ciiiniiiitnlty last week In , Pel (man To Die May 6 Uoath of ul KtttIo fondor, agel Mr. Frnr'' J. Tamme. of this countv fo,n; -?auBhs: died in Winchester Tuesday morning und AMY I'elliuan, the Lincoln county March, 2S, where he had been under 1 rtirsday ho turned a kettle of boll ne'rro, w.ll bp the flru clmlnal ti troatment for cancer for u norm.-- in Ing water over nnd was so badly scald ,i0' ,n the new electric chair vvhch raontri' nir. liiimiie ,.,, tlint ailn .11,1 ,ho follow Inc div. Her h. R : ... men inftniiert in the .i.iv. 0'ilu Hud was 51' vcare old at the . .... ... April Z.'U. ISV ..... norwure iiueiiEf, iiimt I. uo " ll In rnHltnliMirv nnrl uhlnh "1""1 - lime . oi nis ucaiii.tn un ; suiionngs .. . th n iiuiii ill riiirir mi Ml.. Mnrv im h. n'im r.ir,lp,l ... ....vu ........ Klln. rnpa cam yru . cnung '. continually ,,. f,.tur, n , iaC9 0 beth Hoss nnd to this union were born help mo?" LIttIo Mtty was a bright tno nlni children, four toys nnd live girls, noose Wlllson h.s set Friday, a of whom are living to mourn the llttlo girl and the pet of her house- - Owe-no- r " """"""" hold. The remains were laid to reU May oth rs the date for ieimnns ex7i. ' ecunon. sneitn ,vc artv aru sever-... tie In tho Condor graveyard nut far fiom .1 ,'..'. nui Drccai'3d w?s n member n.m J IUUU IJ n.nui.i .n,l,nll nhiirAh . n A n tmo Phplflthn I Vill IIO UlltVCIO her home. " '"""""" " " ro to Eddyvil'e to witness the exocu- - ? In evoiy rense of the word. He mov-.fitlon. Iced here from Boyle countv several MONEY TO LOAN. splendid citizen 'jean- - pco nrd was counly (arms, in anr On Lincoln 'nud had msnv friends in this localltv. Graded School Wins The remr.lns were taken to Danville ninmint over f 3.000 Rate of Interest and nfter funeral services at the Cath- C 1 2 per cent. Term, B years, with ollc church were laid to rest In beau- th- n veiv hot canipal-- n. Alter privilege to pay after ono year. First Uellcvue cemetery, McKlnney voted Sitm-dmortgage If you are In need of money J,e0''10 ,f to levy thc necessary tax to ostabllsh ..... ,uuu .uu . .n ,..--. ... .vm u. u.u a Kra,icu Bchool. The majority In Had dreams, sleeplessness, nervoiiR- -lu nils nnd dlizlnesn nre caused hv upvalue of your land. for iiinnor par- - fnvor of the sctool was 10 stomach tablets set stomach. tlculars wrlto to G. n. Swlnebroad.l Prof. J. W. Ireland, of this cit' stomach distress and Indigos- went over Friday night and mndo a tlon. all L. Fenny guarantees them. Attorney, Iancaster, Ky. G. strong speech In fnvor ol tho school no-nf- methods. m ."" "... '" n.,iir,i ""'" ""'" a, tiu riM rt r, ,,,; - "-- ioi " " ,,L, Burton, nn.i little w left i"s .r Klelbasa boueht a Holsten n.alo and a nld.weel: for a stav In Sin Ant ,ntn Tn heifer of the same stocK from a Bar-- ' Miss Margaret Walker, or Lebanon, telso, III., breeder. These with visiting her father .Mr. Stepuen others bought by the German farmers Walker. Mls J.tnle tioty Is In Kleh-- , liere will bo a nucleus from which nmnd vlth Mlspees ilentnet cnil the new creamery hero will soon.M.irv Miller. Miss Delia Tinder i at home from the Sue Bennett Mem r-,he started Artnur uianKensiup, agon z , nnu i.vi college at Londan. Jlr. and Mri. Nora Mae McAllster, of nenriJohn B. Stormes have n turned frm Miss here, wero married on the llth at It oic-n- l niunlhs' sojourn in Clearwotor, the residence of the bride's parents, Fla. MrsMV. P. Whi.o rf XashU'e, Mr. and Mrs. M. McAllster by Rev. is visitln? her nieces, Misses pmmn i una i um iwr. anu Mrs. uui i.ucy itiKer Lucy Walker Doty. Mr. and Mrs matrimonial venture of tho groom. 'ino jot'iig men 01 ir.19 seriiun iiti uaipn Arnold, or tlarrodslmrg, were- Plimimer's Weilnes- - l.ere for .h f ,.nr.nl nf Mr n. Mr .. .. .. ..... . ,...... ... - ....... u'ucu A day and worked oil day at a Io?- - noId Airs. J. H. Davis, of Tallarns- rolling. The younr lames garnered .n ree, F'a. 13 with her mother. Jlrs. ,md helped Mrs. Plumtr.er prepare a Sills shley Miss Alberta Anderson I four-week- ....... J"iApn . ,. limuerger uougni .,,"" i"ir"t.il frnm Cnk.aR Mf 'an(, SIrs Nicely, ol Stanford, were recent vhl- ,ors nr jjr and RIrg n Soper Mra some vv. h. oi Atlanta, Is v'slting - 1,., "!.'"" ". ther i .um. t'li-jri- iny ... .... .. - ln.,h """ t r... ., Ml-on- a DARING DEEDS DONE BY lWeai Hobble (c .SkirhvVV; O m DAH CUPID AND EXf.CUTED DARLING SolairO perfectly Helpless &&?& Tfo&T rV timL ttPA 3-F- MH CUPID DA M CUPID gglo" "V UDi e a social and lots of nice music 'J. M. Stnughton has returned to Cov .nn ITn.i'At. nrlflln nn.k.. Tnr C rl f u" i ! " ""v 21. and prettynt Miss Mamie- lnnnnH. nr..nB. n .lal, Vc,r,..'need Miss Ethel A. Chappell, 17, were made one nt Mr. Hilton, of Stanfoid. wmh the recent H. C Chnppell's last Wednesday. Ilev guest of her sister, .Miss SiifU HlPoi died" j. A. Godbej said tho words which Mr. SIIds Ashlev, aged ?3 nfter n genoral decline from career, mstio tho two fond hearts one. ro-- ' Ho had only been home for a 'ew Mr. V S. Brown. Sr, has Just months from a stav In Florldn, think-tlfturned from n visit to his Ing a change of climate wou'd provn Salem, Ind nt Antony Grubles nnd family, who re-- , beneficial hut he found It of short rently camo here to locate on account operation In lengthening Us life, He nf tholr health, being benefitted bv n had Just submitted to sn ene'ntlon milder cl'mate. now think it pretty though the Lancaster physicians be-ecold weathor here with the rocent lleved there was little hope for him (Continued on Fourth Page) hiowr. l"- '" - "TL-'- t ' ...,-,- -- :: r.Jn -" '"""',",,;", lvh. n. !.. '"?""? "' rnL " " m". 'ars ul pnNCuPID TdjtyourJt! I M pmcupio'i o5 "DAN CUPID" AND THE GIRLS 11 Wf It23 Leadhimon Gently to do the Woom$ 'w At2A-Mdk- Stanford Opera House Saturday April 8th. Prles 25, 35 and 50c Jt k. C-- f ff ('a PM o M- - Mm air first twoiow75 Jjependent nelpl&ss At Id BeLonfidinz MwtMyouAowtte wrld. M2I jrvriti the Course AsSMooth ir. mW- - ist'. XA fav WM taL 1 .ferfflW"TT inftrwiwifEW,. ofTruelove As Possible . J- z V. ' On Slraxg MENS' ALL WOOL SUITS. . K - CIXMiSIGr- OTTT SALE Reliable The Oldhealth have decidedFimi of Sam to account of bad entire stock - - u 'j,'' CRUSHED. TO "DEATHS I . , '' ' "''' ' '' ''"-- ' ' - ' I I'.ll." .'! i " '1 J -- aataaa ; seliMny a " , of goods, CrOIXlXXlCMI Must go in 15 $0.60 Sox .26 10 .or, oxil; days and jo.: 10 last- - ing until April 15th. HATS. $2.98 New Sorina Goods Standard Brand $4.00 hntB go nt $18.98 .3.50 2f..00 Suits bo at 2.88 17.4? FOR 15 DAYS ONLY. 2.60 Your last 14.98 20 chance. 12.48 11 HATS AND CAPS 10.93 $3.60 Hnta nt 1S.00 $2.68 8.68 .3.00 1?.60 2.15 6.98 .2.P0 10.00 1.88 1.51 2.00 SOMH BROKEN LOTS OF OVU OLD 1.60 1.12 STOCK LEFT OVER TO OO AT $2.98 1.00 77 CAN YOU AKFORD TO BE WITH ANYONE CAN AFFORD A HAT AT WORK SUIT. OUT ONK OR A THAT PRICE. New Goods 39c JI.60 Quality 15 .29 BOYS' KNEE PANTS. ODD PANTS. New Goods. Knickerbocker Pants. Just From New York $M8 $7.8 I'ants at J10.W Suits go at $5.68 9.48 6.50 .8.00 4.88 3.1? ,. .?.0 4.43f Ml !', John B. Stetson's. IN ORDER THAT WE CAN. PU8H THE8E GOOD8 OUT WE HAVE PUT THESE PRICES WITHIN REACH OF EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD. NOW 18 YOUR GOLDEN HARVEST TIME FOR ONE. HALF THE MONEY. THIS NEW SPRING 3TOGK CONSISTS OF CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS, LADIES AND GENTS' SHOE8. ODD PANTS, HATS, CAP8, 8HIRT8, ALL KIND8 OF FINE NECKWEAR AND FINE HOSIERY, LADIES FURNISHINGS AND DRY GOODS. THIS IS NO FAKE SALE. WE ARE CONDUCTING THIS SALE OUR8ELVES AND ON THE SQUARE. JUST A CASE OF CHANGE THE CLIMATE AND DETER MY HEALTH HERE LISTEN. WE WILL SELL THIS ENTIRE $30,000 STOCK IN ONLY FIFTEEN DAY8 AT PRICES QUOTED WHERE OTHERS SELL TO MAKE A BIG PROFIT. COME EARLY AND GET PICK OF GOODS. THINK OF THATI A BIG STOCK TO PUT OUT IN LINCOLN COUNTY. at MENS' SOX .39c .ISC 11c .08c .04c it quality HANDKERCHIEFS, . , $0.19 . .11 . .08 .04 J0.2S Hose now At. .10 .or. LADIES' HOSE $1 to at .14: GLOVES The Famous .3c .He .He Int . BOYS. KNEE PANT8. Spring Style. at . .11.10 78 V .75 " " " "t .70e STOP! STOP!! DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU AN AND LOOK INTO OUR HONEST EYE. ALL YOUR FRIENBS WILL BUY NOW, AND AT THIS STORE. WHY? BECAUSE I AM NOT SELLINO YOU OLD GOODS. I AM SELLING YOU THI8 SPRING'S 6TYLES AT ONE HALF PRICE, BECAU8E I LEAVE MY STANFORB FOR NO FAKE. HEALTH. WHAT I HAVE DONE FOR YOU I WILL BO AGAIN. WHITE MUSLIN Sold for Jl.f Now H. P. UNDERSKIRTS Of All Kinds. JI.M Now B0 Make. Ml $t. .79 .31 .19 3PRINO OXFORDS ,4.tC 2M 3.al .3.50 3.10 SAME IN STRAIGHT PANTS THAT 2.M SOLD FOR $3, $4 and S5 NOW ..$1.48 3.01 AND SIMPSON AMERICAN COES AT 5 CENTS. .W0 .560 , , 4.5 3.78 2:38 as JIM SB! a..M In All Ovlnr 3.SP at Leathers .3.S 2.PB 5.00 4.W ... 3.68 2.89 2.29 1.18 2.48 2.18 .1.98 1.48 1.15 .77 1M OtrmNli " UNDERWEAR. at ... . .10 " i SHOES SAUE PRICE JUST CAME IN FOR SPRING. NECKWEAR .39e Ml US CALL DRESS l.t 1.61 GINGHAMS II arxl 12 QUALITY AT 8 CORDUROY COATS AND SUIT8 AT ANY PRICE. LAWNS NOW . 12 2 IU3PENBER3. SHIRTS. NOW .va 1CCBNT SIC B.UALITY, QUALITY NOW II .. 38, ;j.s nuit .a EMBROIDERIES. 29 cent quality at 1.2 cents yd YOU NEED A NEW SPRING SUIT. KlftO Go at AND 15C QUALITY 1.00 1M 40 New Stock LAWNS, AND 15 AND 10c 8c Qiialty , $0.SI l .38 DUCKING ALL COLORS. 11 and 12) I CENTS, NOW S 1 CENTS. J0, .19c J 3HIRTING3. 12 2 15 CENTO, NOW 10 CENTS. SAM ROBINSON, SS.T Stanford Kentucky. ISN'T HE MEAN! Baking a Stufflc. otiflle should never Us pnt Into n very hot oven It cruin orrr m lop before It hat time to hake properly Inside, and It Ii likely fo fill n snon as It comes from the Bake It In tnodernto t'iiiMTntinc and do tr,x hate It too f.ist A hbr.h Blood Poison Cured by the Marvel of the Century B. B. B Tested for 30 Years. Drives out blood poison In auy stage, permanently without doadly -- 8 O oei 11 & o mercury, with pure botanical Ingredients. To prove It we will send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE If you have ulcers, eating sores, itching, humors, swellings tnucua patches, bone pains, offenshe pimples, or eruptions, take B. B. B. (Botanic heal Blood Balm). All symptoms quickly. Blood Is made puro and rich, completely changing U10 entlro body Into a clean, healthy condition, healing every soro and stopping all aches, pains and Itching curing thu worst, ensa of blood poison. Druggists, or by oxprcse, U Will LAHUE f.OTU.h. S5A.U-piwith directions ior home cure. BIrfy Araa't yau atrali to huw font free by writing Blood Halm Company, Atlanta, Ga. Describe your homo aftor taritrttlaR yaur wtta's medical advice given. packapn? trouLle and free Sold bv Shugnrs & Tanner. Stanford. Mttletns Not nt all; tae ntlanta I e Solves Problem of Rheumatism 1 J IT'S RISKY How Bemodj Products Etortlintr Remits With Erery Form nnd Conto keep a homn of your own with- dition of Rheumatism. Imit Kavlaa a flro Inmiranrp mHi? La K yonr prorty rover possible Has Peat tires Uaksiwa Rertfor In Any lit is aa nareirviry as life Insnraie, KheumiUira Triatiirnt. but far efconper Dolays In taklag out "I can actually feel the rhrumntlsm u re.Htr art dsngerotrs. Mn la liveout of mr body," la tho ly to hrartk ont at any time, ernn wltk I frequent statement made bv rhvuimi-tla- tho I het prai'wutloas. vr rua Itarne suffereM who have rrrIonci'il aalr. the unliue, ilfllclitful effects of the ro- - n policy la a nod couipiay . markabia remeily W. 8. avTSH After 30 yrTd of exhaustive test', a, anal unwaaax durlntr which it linn cured irriiinii.nt-X- y aani iiaas,,..,,.,! In a few weeks terrific chronic cases Wl HAVE THEM ALL ON THB RUN ' !" lumber """ a come, to fiiaalylng , nh letter 1'isibcr Iffr fCf lielne-drive- n fan know of mm, tfcet t T luiaber, ralghtv lev ho good Hat oven whr- mir - h'h grade b raaaol (iln -I notice :, Hh a jo. bill Is us jpmr nfxt or,i, matchi ,ch r pr , Much hi ni llew u lakfn fc lf., )n ,ia a 8Ederhcimer,Stein If you aro looking, for the CLOTHES perfectly curved. BROAD SHOULDERS & Ca OR MERIT, coats with those trousere and closo folding fronts; ttyit hang LIKK THE PICTURES, then look nt what w0 hare. ' " l, fast- - color 11LUE SERQES $10, $15, $20 and $23 15 Failed tht Match Soraper. Th new Iwarder stepped Into the reotn and elastd the door. The Innd-rastood In the hall nntll she heard hfra exelarm. Tfnng It nlir Then she eknekle softly nad went dovfnulnlrs. "SaTCd. and by vaseline," sliu said. "My deleetfre Instlact told me that that man Is the kind that scrntcfie!i marches en the woodwort. Many a door Jam anfl mantelpiece In the vicinity of the gas Jeta hae been scratched fft't redemption by match Hnds who bal aa respect far th furniture. Bit I hava sot tao beet f them. I ar with vaseline raewood-woTMhistraaly y rt reach tho hou. I'll ftsrt jnilslns th biscuits I had far breakfast. LIKES OUR MEDICINE. (Danville Advocate.) I for T BBBHIHi Fresh Oysters STTLE. SERVED "" a.H r4..!L. IN ANT CONCRETING v,ii7firi trX i.ml mw.rir m'h J. A ALLDH, Sfeefett), 1 ICV. Tan and groysi Unquestionably, FOR THE ,0 830 the best merchandlee eer marketed In Stanford. eanvenieut for scratching raaiues; tbn tha inatctaos woa'tllglit; Tat naa doeni't lmv way, but he nvw trt it ujraln." New Twk Sun. Is NEW, GOOD AND 8TUFF OF STYLE, COME TO US. H. J. McRoberto. Stanford, Kentucky. Cit DAL. MAT-TIN8- f L,&ed2U? UNDERTAKERS ALS AND . . nor ws- - jftffffjjfrt rst dnoemg, Diarrhoea should be cured without loss of time and bv it medicine which like Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Remedy not only cures Dlarrhoa pomptly but produces no unpleasant Alter effects. It never falN and I plesant npd safe to take. Sold by u, it. renny L, aJ CarrUgo and Wagon Wark dona strictly first class.. Any casting broken, mended aa good aa new. All work guaranteed. We solicit part of your patronarji). J. H, OREER. Stanford, Ky. Somcr'et 8t., TO MY LINCOLN FRIBRDS am now located on Kourth slreot, wltli ta West equipped stablo In Dam- you at will be glad to title aay Mat. An 4 will bBow tho Iadl' MpMlalfy neons treataat. -t. D. P. LOQAN. 1 Kbkkis Since S COLATES AND 11 tR IN PURNITURB, RU83. THBY WILL EXCHANGE FURWrTUR j ) pon all Kiwoe 9P srretK. rVB THEM M CALL. PWWi. a4 Far Salt )NrECTIONSf .nrwk By 8HUBAR6 A TANNER nit The authorities of Stanford are mak, Ing life miserable for tho vagrants of that rlty. Cbarlea Baughman, one ot, the colored loafers of that city, wan thli wok given a heavy fine fcr b! Kverslty to vvork. Judgo Meuefeo v resorted to the whipping post Wt-- dl aaL juitlra an a moms of admlnlttv-rnilth great bencllclal results. Idle-lte- s Is the first atepplng Ptnno lo crime, aa all cltleB. should follow the rheumntUm n easily aa frcsti, ntw ovample of Stanford and dlsiolve th of seems now destlntfl to canos, tako tho placo of every other order of th,, "Fons of Ret." known for rheumatism, lumbuK". cout and naurnlsla. ha the unWue feature of proYour tongue Ii coat'd. ducing certain symptoms which Your breath Is foul. to the infrorer thnt the urio ueM Headaches come and ;o. UuixMlta nrstMlns urel ellmlsateil. is alMolutuly free from opiates your Thews symptoms snow that or dangerous drus, another vclcom stomach Is the trouble. To remove funturo. l'urthermore. it Is Kuaruntvud tui cause Is the first thing, and Cham absolutely aa to results. mt K. Y Joku V. bxrlaln' stomach and I.Ivor Tablets, sural "'Il-JI- Briar, U lllieitrr, far mr. ntadrni will do that. Easy to take nd most Inilile of 39 iru I wan rnrrA of a four-yrtheomntl." Hev. J. J. etfeetlvw. Sold by O. 1.. 1'ennj. IliiKrni, of WariMiW, H. T aayal remedy. M eared la n NOTICE TO CREDITORS. mr In a fer netka of rheamndara Wve yeara." liuil fur Buy a bottlo t,oJay and be convinced The Rnresa Portrait Co.. n rrpnM-iiOn of Its remarkable effects. Pull under the laws of tko sMte of, unique, Kfo and of In Stanford powerful action Is given In every carKentucky, doing boslnn Ky., haa hewn placod In tks haitds of ton. your drutrglst's at $1.00 Clot n. bottle. u recelvor. If you aro Atli(lfil with It, l(t affliction. If tE.OO, AH personr, havfaf claims s;rilnit It as you will bo, your 3 bottles for your and got rid of tbflTH with n not rater druggist can not supply you, It will bo slulrid nia of price by the tkum May 1st, 1M1 Hit sent on t TB6 TWl ill g meAL - in Ptnii.iWBmtLis!t.. hl STADFOKD J. C. Mckkiry, Carson's - Restaurant rr .1. h..' . B$T 'ii'nii . nrt-i- JLm i W. A. CARSON, PROP. iSSUk ft. aa 1 W-f- c iTii 1 eall llV tr.-i-m- to vVTr m1 BBataaaf Wlm 'VaaV -r UNDERTAKER OttH -r 'Phone Trp ANB EMBALMBR in v afeaie I'lmy.i V ar verfl SfH'Jmv A HeRSBW Settings expla-natio- -l rrHT. a)TANFRI : J Caaarard, Ky. 3. VS. ROOHESTRR, Reeir Modlelns Co., III. Thv very utfurer. S71E ant i. Lincoln Ave., bottle will eon vine Chi-ram- WBNTUOKY 4- t My new eprlag a4 anrnmor samples VMKBAT nr now ret ay for your InwpofllVMi, lc,rrtJl4 a bUnkat. VTt horn turf rarle the bewt on the market es-suit had srfco Lla fKin tht t4 btarlast, Ikit t1Maaayose i taanler who stilt M.t A iron thu fane? bUatnt fT roa4 mm am ta jour moaaxiro la proftirable tn Hi abiia bet rvltnkl ow rsrr te raatfy merle tlotho. To Irav thorn any th atabl. Hvery kJuat f stasis utewrtl aiadt te mnMjr too. Goo', of ctmrse, and fMNSibls nira tisn reney asao wkn nunllty Hi ooatMtra. aid fit ttuh, la and In prlf. Ta ry have t b U wiferas krt ma twke asiianie, etj aavraasa tmum. at H. . RUPLEY, --Jfca Praetlcal Tailor. flstt riy n dn't yr ft J 9.1 A1Y, Sttwr., 'rf. la 1 311 SECOND ANNUAL SPRING OPENING PENCE BROTHERS, At Stanford, Ky., s ON AONDftY ftPRIL 10, County Court Day mwim in 1911. i,:t,riMtiMir.".tl,i 'firf ir' and see the Most Complete Display of Buggies, Wagons, Come Corn Planters, Spreaders, Cultivators, Harness, Gasolene Engines and all other Farming Machinery, in this part of Kentucky. . - . . On All Cash Sales or Note from now until 6pm Set-tlemen- ts 0k l .,:. on the Day of Opening, we will Give a Special Discount of 5 ' Per Cent. gladly give you Any Information Wanted About the Farm Machinery Which We Carry In Stock. n will be us Representatives from all factories Qualities with our on Opening Day goods. They will of the Superior lP"to ere are some of our, Leaders, upon which the Special Discount applies, which are recognized as the Highest Quality in their classes: Coliuiabus Buggies, Moycr ' Brockway, Arnold, Aklbrand, Ratterman & Luth, " Old Hickory Wagons, Avery Corn Planter, Janesville Corn Plaater McCormick Binders, Mowers & Rakes, Butcher-Gibb- s Cutaway Harrow, Hoosier Drills Five Lines of Riding Cultivators, New Idea Manure Spreaders, Gasoline Engines, in -..., PENCE BROT H , s Stanford, l" 1 Rubber Tires, Wagon and Buggy Harness, In Fact, Everything Needed on a Farm. Ky, ii wi ,5 M mrtl .rH 4C ,j "y nJ'l r , f e: 1 IM rriUJll tJtf " 0t1SJ3 3? TH M I PT The . s"'aiptJ t j Tr rVVyTVTryrrTTTrTTTTTfTrV'Jf 'M ' " " - " if " "- -i - .--. - i --..w- - nrssr- - ' ' ' r ' '? Jjsassssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssaaissyws'aaasssiiMi ., . -in r,v !... " v 7T x ' " '" 1W 'T ''" ' - .,B,inr'FJir rr-. . X - i --I- .-. W"WW -- !"T . ; , - ; x sT : r i. JV '. - .s T " " .r OTTCTIIl ' 7' I IT r,jr. - , - Interior Journal.! Established 1872 M. " OH ISRAELI" plays anything l'h? that rolo arty. ,t dcmocrhUr ho does not bcllcvo that party needs much , VI A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE ,hn, ,. crrors of the party In Kentucy aro usually Rnterod at the rostotfieo at Stan-fo- r as much of tlio head as ov the heart, m second eBts tanfl. and that It makes Ita bad breaki with Its eyes open. So mucn more tlio pity DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Hut to pile one error upon another Circuit Judge. HON. OHAK..B.S A. HAIIDIN, In this year of democratic hopo Beemu tt Mereor County to us almost criminally unjust to our TTl .ntves and to tho party In the nal'on. .', 6HELT0N ! 8AUFLEY,...Publhcf rarely In Shell)!- - News) fLMUnrtnl The New a In nobody's mentor. It bBM Pr ' ', from eveiywheio. At vyni.hlngton, ho political .lorm center, our frlomls who' vlf-lthcro or Hay ther toll us tha' the republican hoMs hac alroiilt practically frten up the fight for 1 2. mid secretary admit their defeat thus far In advance. With SUCll II demo rratlc year ahead or us with hrkntcr piosptctfc than over known aefoio the election of n Democratic licsldent and of a brilliant faithful the House of KeprcsentaUvcs, what ucry- Ing shame and crlino for Kentucky home of tho un- tlie terr...ed-- to turn Into a set o! bicker- Ing, suarllng. backbiting, rule or ruin t i - -- -- - Ashland Brook (No. 417R6.) Vol. 17 A. T. II. II.,!' ed by Fugeno Ahl'n.l Uucket, (Icorgelown Ky rii.nl. ..na fi.nlA.I IflfVr nlt.l l.flV tvffll ,f , ,, ir! n a hnnill hBh ,i,i, h. b I'KMKIHKK Slbnt ire-- l llrook, No. 197G!i, record 2 li! 1 2. tho 're of Margaret Bathoate. 2:11 Lady EllloU Stone 218 Drook, 2:30 and Running Brook, ?:30. Darknlght, No. 2850. Silent Brook by 7 J If oaiiHa s ureen Deal "TSse Made-to-Weone-thi- rd ar .Tv , $ l SSn'nlB "fft UtehU-o- j.g. Darknlght e,MM mv tho labor ,vcr Mr. prliulm b , , uu... , , mMVrr'U8nnSrr ridiculous In. dropped out ,,, no FOR SALE BY the extreme. A two lines lulxcd. '""""""J? a G. D. PRUITT...... KY MORELAND, u,e Democratic State Executive y to the V , L. L. SANDERS often results CRAB ORCHARD, KY. dcmaml succccd ln continuity or sense or an ar Icle. Tho gc wfco fc 1 ur mamammmmKmK!SS!SS!SSmmmmmmm!sif!mmS. way some of our most ponderous cdl g m appear loads are Jo lorial thoughts sometimes coraraUtcc, ,,osb. 7 ore ho read PUE DRKD POULTRY. U8 to wonder whether those kind . o them think we are several For Sale Dy Rellabls sinister mo- the 1lAmXanA Mnc Cards lu this column II a damphool or just suf f erlng f rom a do. whQ staned linguae at tho point where" caih ior so.iion.j fatal lalus 5 meeting of the 'oVt'h'o State con,mee and the calling of rr,dedbltorbla "evalcn c of bribery In elections In -- platform convention." Wo believe . a have good reasons to beHevc .that ast Friday's Issue Is a pertinent point no less than two coteries of selfish this case. For tne benefit who care -- ore for con who may have read It and :I success. we really trol of tl. party than for Its what hav are beh.nd thl. S?-. seral place, 6 -tho shadowy ranks of lboe who marchnl to defeat or death or victory fifty " : nan where tho "devil" had gotten In hi, c. thl Rrtat nation, U there, conflict that are bent upINjrarsacoin the michty uncle of yourafconvulirt! you like to eo a phoioctapli King Eagle rorm of principles" J. M. Petlits cold tlireo fine Angora Would work, wo reproduce It below io show father or grandfather or on tho punishment and displacement kids to J. C. Knuckles, of Mlddlesboro cf him in that long ago day ot bit youth a photograph that ho never knew n just hov It should have read? J 15. of the committeemen who would net last week for for private sale. Terms No. 2556. Perhaps e can show you ones and In any cae, we can tell yon a taken? Uood farm Over two hundred Indictment! nave u,,,, bIdaJng, and wnom thoy pro Vol C. A. S. II. It. King liigle Is Btory, stranger than aliy detective fiction of 3,100 priceless photographs that R. Carpenter lt easy. See Mrs. Uebecca weio lost anU are lounil again. bands high, dark bay with flowto behead If the can get them . ing mane and tall, goes all the gaits making to put their head. In he trap se for Ilustonvllle. with plenty of speed style and ac 3,500 Long Buried Photographs 12 VieliT FREE Ume. aWtho newspapers, are they hope to replace these The sale of Jemey cattle last Satur tlon. great a todo about It as they did them; that as of the Civil War new committeemen who will do day by Mr. C. M. Dcdman drew n good U nrJff ts l? Toa Mm Id PEDLGREE . . ; . ... . . .. . Sired -- b.. .Itovnl Klnir. Adams County. Ohio election "" .2 " it ll of ihlt iwk mt ol iK wire tVen br tie creaust rfcirtocrtftwr U U their bidding, even to the extent of crow a nnu gooa prices were rcauceu ..ion. re uy un j lme, 74r, lie by Ktono-Ihwttl miJ on U y .rt rtrroduc Sod. which were recenUy brought THEY Eut ol Out dart ther 1"M 1T Jersey wall Jackson. 72. Iloyal King's llrtt lioniof lh rhtXitri.b- - lrt e( sales wcrc as follows: the primary. If they can of mri4 Unlled SUUtCKcrncnl tor 1 JO.IIO; thi dla a kB1om rufttoli. -ntr -- s ,y to light. Yet Floyd county Is no dl(- bought by Mr B Z. cow and calf 'e burltJ tSett fltri jottnrh it ttry ti In lh W IVrsttmcol lor 50 jtut-i- htr Ih the "platform convention W bat C. S. White Leghorn! Diamond .ferent from any other city or county Better In time tor uch a pilrpose. n !!. lljisdjrUloKl"l'''rlhl't"lrr ! ltB.Tt a. i ta able cover fu Jersey heifer 2i. bought by,K)n(, ,;ai,Kl,s rgt datn iUp7VV79, he lh mb4 t la sWtl crntt. e,r 10c; TD'CjtreMlmilT dieJ - n4b"toWn Jowbi lhl dutJUmle Ml Kentucky. It is a funny thing yet mail Bl I Hss dlKotrJ So we believe Mr. Rey Bonta; Jersey cow JCG, bought. u clagle Bird 1014. he bv Old King ttraln year 'round layers of large, l to poil lor nnilr To be plain about It. tronr '. Moieio li d I ttl proline (raiBfvl, h t ikc If m will com- -' honest, respectable citizens 750. second dnm by Hod Lion br s Sew ToeUsJ tolltor J I'lnr-j eggs per setting. ht t f pom cans at Louis by Mr. William Brown; year-olJ Ctotnl OWl auUitMKi tu )uvf milt r ll. d d?,"nb-steer the colltitloo . i Prttxttil CsrltM Harris' Denmark, ho b) white mlt crimes in connection with elec- s.cw heifer. $25 bought by J. B. Van- Ky' itt wit! II. n m.o r T.jt'tr ukl ll w HI "htb :'. collKtlon Jit lh i.na lini Iitiiarr ( l A4. A. C. Alford Stanford, c never consider lions which they would , tnt.i Ik or Rsvirws. Jersey cow. tfU Iht btli Hi lb dWier. h j,e Keiltttif ( tM I1MM Sr smI l JictJ wthta hit lto tnbtrt.1 llo 10 ertil Toluiot J in any other phase ot life They win yearling. NOTE. King Kari I, a rnmMH hought by Mr. L. D. Brewer; . S. C. Brown Leghorn eggt, 50 cent . jixt tcjchstltnthintbe Iu ol one ol tS (4iotoTairfi IL I iiH f . krlt" ' buy nil the votes they can. steal the ! ol tbo Hi I W ir Jersey .bull, $15, bought. by. Watts and ' startinn.. u breeder oi fine lolir and per setting. Mrs. J. M. Cre, R. F. O j It li tie em c.uti - iitil b t4 enm tr with one another-w- an. . . . lllcll ntvlril IV '. i i u everything 1 Rlrv ii..,, .it uuvmr I ir lh iii'cr l' cinool l...i lit 'i I' tnt r nil"t tl -'. balloti. If possible, and do . hchbi -- 7",V, ,"'.. convention so that they can reor-tlo- n Matherly, twoycar-oclRnici , .... niiiuii,""-- ' iiC "siren inp No. 4, Stanford. 'Phone 380 G. Lan-- , otrcr btl bcl t. TAtn except downright mj.rder, in prostltu- cSt t'i uudiSicH' party In the s ate. and se bought by Dr. W. I'. Harvey and S.it. .thni ttoetih won the J50 :ul;e Jt the carter, Ky. tho yiii mat of the ballot, to carry any election . ol lb win t" Tin to I'raose 1 1, ti . I oo.n old calf $1j bought by Mr. oiduiuru unr. anu tlie $100 stak, at anew se of coommitteemen from record trance thine. . t for a candidate of their choice. And Iwt r..iH npre iour or the Harrodsburg Repub- Lm,fnolf, BUFF ORPINOTONS. tdlliK lht, li the biggest down to the county and Walter .Martin. IIHMHMDl'ln ! V l f.t ol the grt-i- Hex 1'eatire .Thls They Lay. They Weigh. They Pay I llmiitdittotlntt. Oor riii!t3 r,lKrtc Portlodo, Ibrol-- ltd I lhcse same men will often bo deacons Ourtupplrof lican. -- tf u get cf King Kapio was wrnn-- l ft tho tMrJ htr ilttr. Uciirr exemplary l"lnct members of tho party ou muil b prrtrpl lo tcor u a church and of such Wfti riMtatr! vM la qjictilr. Ci Eos $1 for 17. Strayed from Reuben Duddernr's Those who think that r.ifltbi coapoo luJr. siake tt Ilanodsburp, v.lth 21 W. BEN WEAHEN, ff IftsfHiaf Stanford, Ky ..... .Hiaik4 ifwwm 4" mm' In their private and business ionization. a1sstsJ eyed; white hind intrles nnd defeated n sorrel mare. o purpose of the tho colt that won It. aMff ! lt rl'1" Thomp- this stake, two out Andrew no taint or slander over at- - this Is not the s, k lifo that toot; last seen nt I'tlPNIX siaaiewwiw of three shows. Ilia who think that the eggs from a Indian Himner to their names. To her shame posed convention; Saturday night Kcwtnl for In colts are in demand, brine tho hwi.o.t great laying strain Ducker setting of 12 nifti lit if,lt l I elected at the state co. son's J. M. Lunsrord. K. u. ., prices. King Eagle will mako the ?i for 45. All orders receive prompt ybe It said, but there are probably just committeemen nt Bf In 1908 will hoM formation. 25-- t prerent season at the low price of $15 ntlon In Lexington county who Stanford. R. K I) a, many men in Lincoln attention. Wolford Lovell. pound in insure a living colt. " AJIrt.c h August Dartles sold 14 S5 No. 1 Stanford. have sold their totes atlecUon time. " " rem bogs to J. H. Thompson at 9 " thatfthes J0"' many men who have d " bought WAR TRACE and just as Robert but cently. hogs at C Thompson 10 head 1, also 50 stock Barred Plymouth eggs for sale, Jl bought them, as in Floyd county, or In wore elected . , only "until their successors were elect ot 850 pound steers at 5c from lieo. '0 win also stand tho great younr 15. Also Indian Runner duck eggs proport on to tho argcr population of Convention. norso io ,iacK war Trace at $10 for mares and for a Harness cd bya succeeding State . Holmces and sola SI for 13. Mrs. Anderson Nunnolley, Adam county, Ohio. The "floats are wu. lor jennets to insure a living colt. just what these two sets oi E. P. Owsley, oi ueorgia, ior nogs McCIue Route. Moreland, Ky. always on hand at election time, no That is cachi other and the paru C. Hays sold 4U jzpounu sold iu ,ur Trace is black with white points . apr, and enemies of -Sweeney Morgan at 7 hands high. He was .sired bv ma ter what county or state it is. They convention" now. t court at (ireat Kastern 11 he by Imp. Taxpayer bunch of cattle nt by the Those Fighting Game Chickens. DemocratIc Nallon. Gc. J. B. Adams sold two hogs to Oeo.(that sold for $3,2il0. His dam washy anions as Is not considered THE GPtY GRISTS. ... equally as dishonor- r r tfiiimln nnlst n a i . conscience -- v. cough-th- at " the iioimes ior Anr. j. It ii h. iiui. ureal eastern. War Trnce' ' Tho Prettiest Fowls in Uic World nbie to buy as It is to sell, just so long milk cow and four yearlings to II. C. dam bv Bedford Star, he by Kzell Kegs 1'. for :t.00 man th i ror iuu. ji. i we uuugui rill the practce continue. Or untn pub- S. J. EMBRY, JR. oralatln5 for Catron Mrs. W. II. Smith nt $2.50. aiarumit. This lark nrv,.rt nniu n corn ot Note point whero lie sentiment reaches the governor aro good enough platforuui Mrs. T. S. Blankenshlp sold her farm wares In his threo year-olform sn ... PURE F1RCD POULTRY , off ccrs will bo elected who will prose m me oujiuo nicy c SttUo races, .iiii " ma nr cons camo last spring and for this IMirk i'ftKa $ for cuto thl, crime with the vigilance that J, a -- tat0 convcnUon for n oi 1.5 Mr. Grisshop for $1,500. Fred Be) or they sold from ?!)0 for horse ratilos to Indian Runner When (I 15 mare to D. SIevers,$H7.r.o for mnre mu:e colts, so you English'luff Oiplngton eggs ?5 fop fold a fouryoar-olother and to our mind much less con Un ha I 'C- 1 'if I!i Snlmon Tho LoulsvU,e c0. -. r (see in onering to the. public this greit .equen ial law violations. ar0 now MRS. S J. EMBRy, JR. scr.D. a iihhiicu 9 fir 5 t tn U)e ae Execu. 'nrL-- v. lin.,. ..r. .i.... iIB vnnni?. tf..,,t ,IU .....u Willi lUHl twe etl ,,and,ed- t' e r x imHirtAiit 'ep li omto nnno This Jack should mako S. A. HILL the Committmen for originally l.n... ., . .UAn.l...l..n ..Ihm.1 in .i.I.. iv ll.vvcr Mini ,ivi iptiwii ,i.,vt, tii C jciini-., ... ,, jm.it iur lie mm rre A . . . Ikflh.....!.!.. llll)Un...lA..rfH.lMHl Breeder of finest strain primary nsteacl oi a conicn-ov uiuu v iiiciiimui, u., yrii Editor Ed Shlnnlck r month or so calling a nnost lioad anil ear and as much foot Single Comb Rhode Island Reds oul.l celpt) 2.070. market quiet; fair tl am "bunch' The Frankfort pli.irmacUt no it will he compou.ulml t'.uvily r.t bone as anv Jack llvlne nomlunled and tlon. 1 had P.rn Johnson t'loclc nnd eggs lop snlo In senion. lt ' breaking up (heir good shippers $."? rommon $2.50 t directed. We have gained mi uuvialtlo K,mi iti n K. P. No. 3 Lancaster Ky. elected. If one ore to believe his ed- - Pmlh them for tI5; hoga- receipts 3,09h: marKet tor nl helnif very careful nail nunri iWmjf in EQUITY And'cheme. in tho second meeting, by Itorials In his Shelby lOjfl'ic lower; hutce8 and shippcrf ompoimding ami feel , in all jimtue tnyintr the senatorial raco in the pri i(i.fcO&6.!'P; I'll o strain S C. Vlilto I.oghornia $B.2:iifii;.90; common from the rare soon withdrew (Moil health, you shoulil bring your next preitrip Wo will also offer for public ser Heavy Itryfng strain. Kgg ry; and after the two. In the Stat sheet) receipts 212; market strong tor lt. orward. Last week Editor Shlnnt lett. Here, t'' y.m will liud a complete and In vvice this grent Jnok Ho U Mrs. J. IS AlcKcc, King' Mountnln, had discredited and dls-b- and IGfMlc higher at I2.B0W' r iltplay ot t'Mlet articles, said Judge Heed would undoubtedly. Convention rubber g'nls, tMps, 10((fir.c u'ak .viih whlto polnti. Ills head Ky thoy Iaml s a"t!vo and strong; nnu oai, root anil bone aro second per! irncs.t Ilet preparation nnd all standard remedies. nominated and ts'oned governor r'aced the pld committeemen, them-Judc- htsher nt $4 70iff5C3 lgl' It 'out Between would to none, with style ana nctlon like bv the emocrats. An; on Friday Fd interior decorating we carry arxl recoratr.ond a tn'ile Hr ii sired by Volbertrn as to which would bav0 a barred I'lymouth Hock eggs, 50c ALABASTINE. the beautiful wall coatinz. fall jtesd withdrew from the raco. Jr., first dam by Dr. Wood, second for lo. Koburt 11. Carter, Stanford, lll JiiKfJorlty of the new committeemen, and If our good friend and see sample ol tints anu iK us auuut it ,tC dam by imported Jack. Yolbpton, Jr.. . keep on hammering the way' ho has therefore control of the party organl tho silo nf Kquity, Is now nt tho bead Ky.. It. F. 1) No. 2 ft of Mr T B. Adams' herd of Jennets, been for io, hose many moons, that zUlon now and in next year's PENNY'S DRUG STORE cannot win, we'll b9 rOr-- vcnlion for tho election or dolcfiatoa at Lexington. Ky. llnrrcd Plymouth Ttock uggs. Tor In offering thl.i Jif-- ; for public rectly satisfied that the Warhorse of t Even '. Natj,nai Convention. breeding. Our Stanford, Kentucky hatrhlng of tho finest v.e feel sure Mad son will come unaer the wire at o nro offering n writes Lola P. Roberts, of much a uiiirkuiiH aro large, big honud, nnd can see ho great br'ei'or for coninotont 'udgo-sa- y leatt 20.000 to tho good next Nove.y fhd Vienna, Mo., "I used to be convention" called now would likely l,tfr. thnt ho was tho bcH breeder in well hurred. Kggs 15 for fl, 100 for l nt"0"T-- v roiintr, his colt3 alwn'a io. Mi . S. K. Duddornr, It. It. No. 2 losult. With the party In tho state sick most of the time and hrlntrln Uradlej and his Federal ofKco boys Pi,0ady In trouble, think what woi-Itho highest prices. Lancaster Ky. suffered with backache and nils great Jarl; will make tho pro J 1U never let O'iteir havo that nomi ,,p aa(lea t0 (ts difficulties in n bitter oi. jji i0r piaroji nnd ?2" rvni headache. My Mother, who nation for governor. Our friends, tho thieocorpored flelit for conl.ol o' S. C. Crepccnt strain white Log- for Joriu--t to Insure a living rnlt. All had been greatly helped by conts enemy, seem to bt, in for nb Jully a t)le Stat0 organlzatkn. rf '0 nfove ir.eutioned stock will horn egga 75prlco n sitting during Think wfcnt ll.bO. AIbo for snlo nal,o Up present sonson of 1911 nt April iMiial timo uj w democrats huvo bee:i lt wotll(, molWi n ths mdst 0f i State the use of Cardui, got me n pen of Diamond strain Whlto Legr ir tni.V mlo west of Slan-for- , horns, having with our gubernatorial endt ictlon year, lo hive nil tho. commit Notice! Poultry Raisers two bottles, and I have Imported ooolc. Mrs on tho Sheil-Cltj tilko. Glares Llzzlo Davison.bv Phono 15' Stanford, tocmen tno me onei repiiauaeu unui "" "" " traded p.rted with or bred olsowhero Ky. been well ever since." 4-11,,SI"'nced' "llni. ,lr tnnsint forfelu 'the In -44 .lob DrowPldVbeiuHful irlbi-tE49 njron r nnd monoy becoinos due nt InBtead of to th? Whnllen brothers In tho Lou- f' EGG8 ROR HATCHING. tlrn of sich trnnrnctlon, For furlfla urnalr In nmirvmn. 1,1 Ihn tftnil nt till rich! nSTHlUSt ll' i lu11a rlmna Duff Orpingtons.. $10 and 2 per IS CURES ther Infrnnatlnn call on or nddrois. In that they have retired from poll- - comm(-,- enomy. Ulaclc Minorca fl for 15 , w II bo bo- tics. Wonder how long It Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck. Roup. Canker. w be that lhero arB ,,one S. T. HARRIS & ROBT. WOODS. Faun Kango Slhcr Laced WyandottCb fore they try to "come back." democrats who do believe theM ' CO centE for 15. Phono 3. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry Satisfactory hutch should be a platform this yra- - andf Stanford, Ky. guaranteed. M Kim Dnrui. DfiAtown. Kt mtu "IUmimJ 4. M4 f )ii tsj iKltl Um Ut Naboth 45006 4t.tt ft The Woman's Tonic vnomi .tililH vnlfl nnil poulirr Knualf auJ. Ileum (isallimLsckiiuiwlluL Miss Anne H. Trlbbie,. Danville. Ky, Jropr- -J JwB ik.U1Mst.JM , VillCoaf. UmU. Kr..ur .. Oo drop U Kcm 4.1 enthusiasm for the nominees, but we Cardui is ". .tie tonic 1 BMuUr. IU(tb.lw(Tcsln.lUrcf iuJ. By NABOTH 10116, Mfg. Md Catrintctd by J. BekL Croat, Bwdstmit, Ky. Price SOc bellevo that for every vote so gained . it ill DruirJbU. 1 o1 : women, for youns . Pure Crescent 8. C. White Leghorn-W'!5!M5!5 Hm0Cl?or,Wll!lf.il. J"n8 0U,d b '""l ,n th WraUK' SOLO iV Eggs for setting. Miss Lizzie Davison, It relieves pi events PENNY'S DRUG 8TORE S 1ANFORD,, KENTUCKY. Mv it.f vjng u.ulo Jick will rraho Phone 15. wan by Norvnl ca35, by Klcctlonoor "B and bitterness that would rrsult f' - iiiM ..Till. It pain. Itlvn. u. ii . stable nt Metonolltan 12: 2d dam Lola J. by 3d dam Jo-- in a stato convontlor fight nnd even For Sale Indlm Runner Duck Eggs. ri in , Pure bred Black Mlnorcas It helps feeds the ncr-tiiI r J10 io lnsur.1 llv- J372 by Hamlltonlan 10: precinct fights, Tor reorganization ot SI for settlno of 12. !i n Eggs )1 per tettlng Mnies uaded i.r bred to otli-- i wnhlno by Mnmbrlno Starlltrht v. hole sy THE Indian Runner Is known as the Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford. tici. iorfe t tlflr Insuranco. Ag'aln' wo protest that it is wel-bLeghorn of the duck family, for. eggt. T ii ei .s rver 15 hand high, hl'ick harmless Made fr Mr. D. E. Proctor, Phone 193. li wh'o iolnt rnd weighed thl Choice White Wyandotte cockerels. Wagner; Cth dam by Imp. Wnnby: righ criminal to precipitate such con will strmd my fino lack. Sum Ktianq roots and kri , .t lws no i r" Ho Is in oxtra Ugzs oiinu for 1C. Mrs. J. N. Cash. Tib dnm by Thornton's nattier. dJtlons In such n l"t st sncii timo fur tho season ot 1511 at ttw ll' BUFF ORPINGTON ,v, 'i js not . tlncnj bad : 'f- f anu fin- - hr o o Hi rolt nt Stanford. pyorywhor,, Uuu NHboth is a handsome bay. , Shanks' fnrm two miles trmu town ou f i .. Eggs For Sale 15 for SI o nfv i.ilrs st all fok special ' th,, HoinerHi t pike. EH ic r of m iWftrVp-on'Tr- : with hoperu, hues of democratic vie C. C. WITHERS, R. F. D. No. 2. tn ff d lv Congressman IVIOROUGHBRED S. C, R. I., REDS lie is n black Jack with' whlto 'joints of Po ! own tory. From the watrh-tnworPhone 1431 Eggs for sale )1 for 15 i'so everal nthor pre- five year old 14 has proven ft brerler and hi hands high and T.lectionoe-r-WHkeImported Cock at Head of Yard. south, the Ky. Stanford, the m0cracy In the Knt the bre4Rr, has lino heeding o't M as h'gn as D. M. WALKER, Stanford, 'Phono 130. Will servo mares at .'8 to insure h wot, and from over the nation the fross Is second tomme. T'tni Ing ti,-Impertes) stock luff Orpington eggs Ihlng colt. Money duo wlcn foalud or watrtman asked "what of the nlrtf ' If you want hens that lay In winter, 78 rTi'i fbJL rod Ct'i and seo him cents for 11. Baby chicks 12 per inuio is parted with. rooming that ' r - n '"'1 to when eggs nre hleb. Oet the 8. C J. M, LAIR. wut at 116wheniawe l Mvlajrlik. H calllnr back, read It"the the lines Mrs. W. J. HelUcUw, tUn-f- r, : We can ln Hull Orpingtons. Kggs 11 for IB. W. dozen. D KINO, mtm w.mv iino 0, R. P. 0. No. 1, tMord. Ky. LC O Ky, Route No. 1 'PhM U- -4 14 P Klncald. Phone 199, Stanford. .. 2t. wKfc or bred the news Moreland, Ky. keewemiJke Usee la. mQ art4 - . mm r w-Kw. '"Th,t ' to tho next year s result In forraor- Slates. Is worse than criminal Just what will follow If .. K'sir PES . cravat 2.12, recotd 2.27. Ashland Hrook's 1st malcontents. The State Uommllteo tho highest "In"' Bunn Wrcn .bv Ashland Wilkes. P,rty authority In the state, has act- c, tnnyho not altogether wlselj. but icr. 2:06 Ashland Wllks sli'ed by i! has acted. 1749. he bv Oeorgo Let tho oxecutivo Coin Red Wlikes mlttee stand by that action. Let Ihern Wllks, serond dam. Sldo I.llly, by I'rc rED tn ff; .hn,.u.. . .s.u. tt'ider. 1433. 3d dam by Jim Monroe und the party's enemies for slaugh j Ashland Urook H a handsome fel tcr. L.ct tnem give ine nonoit (iomo- - low with ion or sunstanro; nas rratlc voters an honest primary hon bold way of going with wonderful speed., ertly conducted, and they will finJ rn1ta nrnstyle and action. Ills oldest nnlt rnmlnp fnllr VMm nIH that theio ate enough such volers In ,n)R gprinB nnd thev nte all one could Kentucky to nominate good men and expect, they bearing good colors with to elect them after thev are nomlnnt. plenty of size, with wonderful style and nctlon. It Is to ae remembcrod ed. that ho sired tho grent Sallle Brook tnat was never defeated ln her claw as either a harness or roaditer three THE FARMERS )ear old and sho was second to Ire great Edna May ln the sweepstake For Sale. One roland China boar. harness Jlass nt Frankfort last year years of age. lie has to his credit several promise individual 1 Kino Fred VoaAlIman. Ing three year-oldthat hid fair to For Sale. 150 bales mixed hay. Mrs bo hot company In tht show ring thl . year. F. II. Banett, HastonTillo, Ky. Ashland Brook will mako tho pre-soPOSTED. Father Leo. Wi B. King. season nt $15 to Insure a living China boar for sale: colt weight about 75 pounds. M. S. IUuh W? sired V.K. 3 by Alcyone No. tt If you expect lo do any painting, you are intetctted you should be in the quality of the piunt li Lc used. f painting, labor represents practically In any ctrcn JJ s, material the cost. It stands to reason that with to much expense in labor, the enduring quality two-third- Paint" (SF if a$ig2m HHHfJ.i uummtt of the paint is all important. is sought ? Why have the painting done unless the protection nd durability of the job 9wtai will 'ilS li ill wl3 Y I X ij Iff " ,""" ',.?& How is one to determine the true value and obtain paint that maybe depended upon for durability ? IIANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. Thia paint has Hie makers have confidence and take pride in the quality and tell the public the composition of the paint. IS THIS OF ANY VALUE TO YOU ? IT OUGHT TO BE. the printed formula on every package. y"M ''MA JV'fHTTj UfcSial HaiSg: si xf r.zi vIKItS K I iiiiiiiaiiii jBBnHVVHPUHH Brdr EBEMIlPlSllBn 2 24-2- s 23-4- Who Was There That You Knew? ,; 24-l- huh tV 7ZZ,:io. ,. 24-S- -- o "'n8 to-i- -' r- iud-txkt.by- t. d thr'ee-year.l- W.StiT v is uvi'-iuhi- " tf "I'-r- r -- m rat I'rn jr -- i ' f i (!'rT. ,',,.. 'J j.u I 1 i" d r. Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded i - d i- o mi (!, i 1 n rd. th-it- g r, p ma-No- Kd-w- 21-2- 'Every Month so'-vip- plita ' e - t'J n R 72-H- Bou K'AiZ.'rr Ra 1 11 1 Turner aroVtVJSBedVaaS W !., y Sam Keene 2 1 91-6- ki . s t-- 5Safcv''35 HQ"- Ll! '"u 1 wh" ... S t PERSONAL and SOCIAL .Mr. J. H. Wren 1,n neon miUo Air. William Stone went up to the THHit: v.yyV. ' . ifciiHi -- nmrff ram ..-- i . n y. r- " - '44f VSfe . ? v n . t . '". WOMEN . SHORT LOCAL N12Wh Frosu lot of wall papor Just In. 81-Ileazloy & Co 2 .1. iiiounlalns Saturday on business Judge .1. W. Hcthunim, of Mt. was visiting tho family of 1.. Jones, on Hdgowood road this wok Mncvlllo, Sun. MlRJ Var-noi- i. R -l- MAY AVOID OPERATIONS of Ml. Verlast wcok U. II. IIurIicb. Mr. an I Mrs H. O. Hamptoon, of 2S-Lebanon woro up n few dajs with By taking Lydia H. Pinkliam's P. A. St Lou If, Mo. Vegetable Compound tlio homofolka. J. D. EtesibsrsjwaB baIIs, bulldn, re- County Attorney W 8. liurch I Tho follow lug letter from Mra. alrs aid scales at rock ant Crab Orchard Sana Orvlllo Hock will prove how nnwlno tea prices.aajuiuklra for eriees tr,ore buck from tho S It Is for women to unbuilt to tlio torlum greatly Improved aud pouna dangers f ft Kiirirleal oierntloti when you buy, XHttan (Jrab UrsbaxU, Ky. lighter. It m.iy 1m avoided by taking I.jilln 16 IBS. Mr and Mm. J. II. Bauglitiion and i:. rinkliam'a Vegetable Coiiikiuih1. In Beet eempenlM Iiwm rate. Mr. and Mrs. Charlca Lutes returned Hliownsloiirwcelcslii Hk liotpltnl sere yeur preesrty tedey with R. M. where they mill cnnio homo MiffVrli a worno NewleaA. Halurday from AtJnnU 1 OC. than before. havo tprnt the winter. Hero lnhcrmMi Htnteinent. Mrs. C. K. Tate, Mra. William Tate Lost or Strayed Two blatk shnats I'aw I aw, Mich. "Two yean nco tie- verv Bevrrelv with ft ills-- wilgbiiig from 40 to 00 pounds and Mn. William Severance, of Stan- 1 xuift-rcTlvM(ln ,......, f All! 11 '.ii. ill, li be 1 t uuiu ward lor return to Nathan New comb, ford and Miss Lula rrewltt, of lks ( not lie on my feet for (lowland toil, Man, hare, been guests of Mra .i ion i? tune. .My Danville Messenger. 1.. Snltor. physician It. POR ''AI.E OR RENT OLD INTER me tor seven momns IOR "V Mln J.ouella Wnlto. who It a pop flts0 JOUHHAL liUILDING AUOVL wn without much relief uHr 'Hello" girl at Lancaster. x Hid at last Rent mo LINCOLN I COUNTY NATIONAL till weok on a . here with her slater to .Ann Arbor for BANK. APPLY TO L. R. HUGHES. short visit. I was in Mlsa Mary Hope Carpenter ha re there four weekaand STANFORD, KY. turned to nor homo at I'otTyvlllo from cntnelinmu suffering a villi hero at Junction City. worse, titan .lames 1 .nylon, of Paint Lick, show i My mother advised (! an I J mnn at Uincnslcr court a Hyron Croakc and Mr Mr. nnd Mn. t.tilirt Spanish milled dollar bearing date 01 mil lit trt nnd Mm. J. S. Yankcy caino up from vegetable Lorniounu, 1428. Tho coin was chopped out of an i:. SprlnRfleld to attend tho funeral and and J'lnkiiama I did Today I am w ell and strong burial of the! brothor-l- law, Mr. K. J. nnd do all mjr own housework. I owe old Iio'ho log by a man in that sec my health to Lydia V.. I'inkh.ini's tion, and bought by Mr. L. who is a Tamme, Anthony Tammo as hero from Vegetable. Compound and advise my collector of curios. This coin Is tS3 Mr. with any friends who are nfllk-tcto attend the funeral of female complaint to try it--" Wlnchcter, Mrs. years old and was minted CI years be hla brothnr Mr. F. J. Tamme. Oitvti.u: llocic, II. It No.fi. lvv 1'aw, lore Christopher Columbus discovered Michigan. America Air. and Alra. J. 11. Morgan of do not drag along nttended tho funeral nnd anIf ynn are ill necessary, but at until onco ojieratinulH Air K take Lydia V.. I'inkliam's Vegctablo. TO TRAVELtRS. burial of their brother J. Tammo. Conioinl. I am th agent In this section For thirty years It lias lieen the slan-d.iAir. Frank (Jray of NcUon, county remeily for women's lilt, and has for the Great American Stcnmship attended tho funornl of hla brother-lpositively restored tho health of thou-nan- line Kuropean point,'. all to law Air. T J. Tamme. of women. Whydou'tyoutrylt? s?e mn, nhen vou think of trite In I'rof. J. W. Ireland and W. II. Aluel-le- r W. LANDGRAF, attended tho Knight Ttmplar ban Waynesburg, Ky. Alls llettlo Harris has been tin quet In llanvllle last Thursday night Mrs. J. C AlcClary haa been on tho guest of .Mrs Jennie Luiford. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. She Mls-- s Itutl.o LunsfoTd.who hns been sick Hit for tho past week. very ill with pneumonia. Is much betfrom The HuMonvllle Itoller .Mill Com mine bark u little too soon ter her friends will be glad to know pany n corporation under the law o1 Aflrona's sunny clime of (Sum Sul- ftatf ot Kentucky doing bii.lnc Mrs Walter Wallln Th I.oulsvltle Tiroes Ian Friday town of HiKtomlllo , KentucW the guest of her fa- lhc no eloMng up Its huMncus na r., published a good picture of IhvArrlil phur. 1 as l bnld II Klkln. son of Col and Alra ther Squlro .1 T Roberta of the Hub-- corpon tlon All persons haWnp c'R' m iIhh Ki'e ngainyt It will prtwent tt em for I'J Hi r ilst'-- r u M. F. Klkln. formerly of tbla r(ty. with 111 Hjn rtttirn to tbluiKimrnt U T Younu Sec & frees .'. ' tho following note "Come liere to it.lierts v worK as a (rumen niirso resume fight the white plague. Dr. Klkln. lias to AIih W Hit Pennj and daughters, I Afr C reptosentin. trt Norton bc)ii selected a- - physician of Wmerly in-i and t' oper renin oi Chicago S.iUage , lb here u. of Mrs Mary !! Is .i I)iiinillo. were Hill Sanatorium, lulavlllo rluirc" of tho big kbI( at Cummins ,v l'i Ji' gradu.to of Atlanta College of li , '"":. '""' , "r I. Aturen'K. lie ib one of the best men sIcl.nB aid Surgeons, and hss h.i1 (h;, , rn,r ,'gJ(.r Mf4 c In tho buslnosb and has kepi tliiucs Hoveral jear's experirnco ns Interna n.uiBUu.an and other relatuos Air Ncrt n i Mining all the time. (letting ILid Near Sopus in.u New York Hospital." several with her sister, Mrs. non, .ipent SJIo Tliompaon, day, colonist ratoi to destinations tho west northwiiii and Routlnvest Southern railway. Tickets on al dally until April 10th, 1911. For further Information, ask any agnt, South ern railway or write to A. R, Cook, I.". D. Stratton, DPA, Louisville, Ky., Dl'A KransTlllr, Ind, J, C. noatn, Jr, A. (I jav-In 7 Special Sale 100 Pieces New Dress Silks This Week We will begin a Special Sale of New Dress Silks Tuesday, April 4th, to continue all this week. During this sale we will offer at . fr' .) 5-- avw...aa treated 39c 50c SOc---Choic- 19-in- ch stripes. pure silk Dress Taffetas, in checks and e rm-- 59c 63c-Mor- n C I 75c Choice line of check and striped Measalines. All pure silk. line of 22 2 inch pure silk, satin finished Foulards. Ail entirely new designs. Pure Silk Taffetas in checks and stripes, full 26 inches wide. e than 20 new and beautiful designs in h pure silk Messaline finished Foulards. All this season's patterns. At this price we offer Cheney Bros "Waterproof" 1-23-inc- .? ' . Foulards and Valentine & Bentley's celebrated 4Shed water" Foulards. They are the most cele- brated makes of Foulards on the market and this a extremely low price for such quality We of-fcr you more than fitty new patterns to select from. 1 he finest line of Foulards ever shown in Danville. 1 y ,.. J bt-e- n - The above mentioned silks comprise the bulk of the sale, but there will be many single pieces of attractive bilks offered iust as cheap. Con-pan- gm-st- s r Sale Prices Are For This Week Only. select one from the 150 attractive Prices from $13.50 to $40. If you do not want ihe annoyance of making up your silk dresses, you can ready-to-we- ar New Arrivals! We have just received the following new goods. .These are very desirable and very scarce. a gicat belluer In newspaper adc fut be has seen so often tlu-I'm tnereliHiit whr advertises Is the one who dou thu business He said If lit were a business man of filne-forhe would use 10-- i Indus space in d ones in our Suit Department. ti u I I , extrj week A. B. II 1). 50c Marquisette in WHITE, h IS our price for and LIGHT BLUE. The mo'st popular shce1-goodof the season. We havo the same colors in Nimbus Silk for slips at 25c yd. 48-incLAV-ENDER s 35c our price for an exquisite quality of White Voile, Wc also have the Irish and Planen Bands for trimming. IS 25c. PER YARD is our price for Check Voile Light Blue and Black. in Lavendar, 25c PER YARD for Fine Egyptian Tissue and Ginghams. 35c and 50c FOR Black and Black and Whitf stripe Marquis cite. Special SAMPLE DRESS SHIELDS Special FOR SATURDAY, 8TH: GO, 80 and 100 all Silk Taffeta Rib- bon at 10c, lie and. 12c. SEE WINDOW. CUMMINf. SUTTON Judge and .Mrs. Henry V. Ulves an rled recently to Mr. Frank Dueif,or. pair of mules from Jafi. Il Hamilton of this city for U00. Tho Sutton nnd Mrs Joile Cum nouncp tho engagement of their dausii also ot ML Sterling. MMnn wbt i .rti.i rI e Hughes tougbt a coming three-- j earolil buct) mliis. both ot Mnuood,vcre married tcr jiilSS Annlo Mary ItUes, to Mr MtrfaHt-fS'AlnebroadT tho Urn tl IkftMi I etc 01 Trf'l pHll irrr t t filM lt daMMA o -d- dlpK w.l llns nal ostato agents, sold or Dr. mule from W. H. Cook for J175. . Spaldta, SfMi . b4 IV tarr ira u lib.. im in w ui m.4 If. i M.l jihi i m hw it v Ur hero regret tn i1h 9 ,l. i. r"l rl ur. rwm '1. (Hrrt, been a widower three jears and Mr take place nt St. Augustine 8 church J. 13 Klnnalrd his residence on the, Friends and relatives it of ,., ri.v t i, bwr n Wednesday Morning. May J. Mlso torner of Uufonl and Campbell streets to learn of tho alarming Illness i They w 11 e Ir1 ml. t m upon I'lunmliia about twontv. a former ' ,ilI i. - . .11 continue to reside at, Maood i where Hives U one of the most charming and to Noah Mnrsee or bis ran In !aT, Judge Oeorgo Dcnuy homo iu Loxlnj;. tlu 44 lurlt II M thtf s u iir- - .i ii i it t taster cllCen at h's Marseo for ?3,400. nopulnr iii .1 t oung ladles In Lebanon. .t attractive i n i n I". free..ftlnlo both are erj V. II. rlnnjUTv and Sons bought a ton, of locomotor ataxia. ' Mr. Spalding is u bon of Cheuit Clerk i Colion will hno In hlh 8trinj( LTom I). Mult - hi Spalding, nnd a youngo mar old bas , tills, jenr Prince lino, a l slorllnK,ortn Iin i,.,sllu,S8 I am now selling the latest magasinllion by Bourbon rrinct. oui i a Lebanon Enterprise. zines nnd newspnptrtt. Che me your Choa'er Dure mare; Kentucky ChoUo c you tnciicy K.lim Mae. subscriptions. 1 can LANCASTER D.i e. .luurben Star. ot (i. L .N. Glllock, lllibtouMlie. Knigntly Queen and beernl others kSEOBCBEC 3 tfit.ES53i'''wSiHiiSSS ' T; m117 T'Ti17iri Bfett33BfcC5 m ft nTT-bcott . of Knetto pair ilurvey (Continued t.nm r"irfet 1'age) OUR PRODUCE. Claude S. Williams, of Woodford ?if." i PAY C3H FOR I am handling cen then buRlcB. wusou ani'f.,. ,, .,. ,,r .,.w,arold muluii. Is suniVed by a widow DeceaRod farming impleuK'nta and luno h,KiKlnt. oUI a 4 ot-olmulu to V H iiakur ror $140. Andy Cray, of George and throe sons Hernard. Henton and Litest Mid freshest lino of sr.v-'lMeats, fruits, etc, in tho West Knd 'town, ou roiut day bouglrt from W Maurice and ono4 daughter "..Irs J. II Ml 1i Hpn JlgMlJl'i m ii r ii in i ij fl3rtljpr black horse n.uis, of T.impa. Kl.i. lie was a uclcn I can sae you money. W." 11. Lalr.il- - Reynolds n .Vyoar-olan una aim for Jll'a nmi irom .Miner o.u."- i boiuier witli th tumors or me oruer Ky tiuston"i:ie. tho burliil ctKSv9MBiHJnIf39S:-tr ba mare tor -- " , :.. rar-olir. Aslilcy was mo niuesi. eiuiirae-.uor Garrard county living in Chamberlalu'H stomaili and llwr having contracted and planned moro tablets assist nature in driving all In- 1 houses than nny other builder. Much purities out of the system, insuring a! tho bereaved 'niiif fci Is extejidod ' ii nfi i i .""fwiBis ( lite nnd regular condition and restor W' i iiiiiihaiiirn i 'Mg'f I a tin ly ing the organs ot the bod) to health R was received hv vtrs nnd titngth Sold bv ( I I'enn i I will stand ..iv lino miPt'uml ,, Information M l'atterson of tho si.il ard lion Dock fat tho season of 1911 ai" death of her cousin, Sviv ester NW Ir your thane to get now , ,sj tho Lan-hIUrion.M.1, home near Denver, lot jttTttTttTttBVv j r .VMBttTttTttTttTittTil (!oods at the rfttttttfffc"Sjttttttir'T I I MMiPTkai K ji lAMtJ.nBJ80N ISjcTSu.! t .10 t. Aur a ,Wbb wits fi'i yeats ol age "n' a living near such I uitiL' ilnnf. nnd . i .. ,, wn3 strlicv. Dock Is one of tlio lliiest ureu aiici I'lrciiit J'tilge Loul L Walkor lias innds ever brought to Keuiucay lie."- - i killed ii neen appoinien ui presmo ut (lie Apuiiu sired bv luili iiin,. iVnf IkI ilnni "J" Mies Margaret Kogie, one or iwImp Na term of the Franklin circuit court Iu by Imp. llobbln II, I'd dam of Mt Sterling, who, attractive sisters place of Judge Stout,, who Is in rior- - non uy imp li uii; ,'fV.YVi Ck-I have been frequent guesta lij.i recuperating from a severe ill- Ho l n b"'' Mount, of this city. wii nii'r ''ncss. Qlnillill and nil oxer Just 10 Inches Mgli and tlio. , Into-lolournal's imstllnK1 sweetest little horse ou over hiw S. J. EMBRY, JR, !' 'd nrp'oventathn H I. U'ankon Stanford, Ky. .ip in with 2i new subscrlberi' ' itinlv uiontlv githefcl on Rural i k. out of Ciab Orc'iard Hi"t Vn lio'PR some In a week; nnd clmost a hundred new one were added to the I I' plreadv hrg,. list during the Mi-- . uioutli of innrcl Illnukenshlp will Im mi tin. nvil cotiJitantly In tliei ' paper's Interest from now on I Ucwarc of Ointments for Ca' that Contain Mercury, nup il - Robertson '.-- & Bro., Danville, Ky. host-JtaniLan-Wlilt- 'r.ii kji )'r u..lfr lh KttMrr tU tine H i - rr- - ft rmt'l ArtM-t i iTuelr. ,rs",ttt7on,a,, -- v it i ap-ic- j' ll-te- Cpv f, o u.' d - ri-ii- u 10-1- uu iWfi, .'I i) gliii' d ttrcBNsBVM i f UOtIV fl IiiiiVwiiiii T9 fT5Et "'. '.,. - ... ., ...,',.... .ahL iViLLH ""." r'S' - iByikiH(isdurKt2BB93w!!iBlB r ie 1 The American Poultry and Rabbit Fence 5 ervH by women of tho Christian liniri- in stoio room next door to' Sam HobliRon' store. II em em I er the date, April 10th. - COURT DAY DINNER EIGHT CENTS. Severance & Son Stanford, - Kentucky. Smith I'aitghman, Alfred I'ence, James Williams and Jesie 1), Wearen, wont to Lexington last week, where had houg'it n nice Max- Mr Wean-- ... .... i -- i f you want a bathroom that will it- - nfA-A- n i, V0" '.et,mc let u' ,n u ' ne lltt' 'rouble witli iK car wticn ho hack, so took a bm?gy when he 'or you NOW. started gut. ... n. Kiiniw.inoiiin ami mn. We carry the best line of tin. gra- poutlng, Myer's pumpB, nril ro entei. Mr, naugliman and hlB.terlng, roofing, paint cnarcoai niierti ' phlte, 'n the latter's car at Lancaster, antary d by several and a guaranteed line of thow having been Mr VAnrn ont hi rnrictnroom nxturet. W. K. WARNER, hnrk for repairs and It will bo hero In a few dayi. r- -.. n...i.u BETSY'S POINTERS! "A houro keeper should remomber, Molly, that a Kiiest Bees more In as hour than a host can see in a year, and Bomb women cap tell a good house kveper by looklnc at the mat at the front door before euterlug All m friends are highly pleased cinre tho begaa dealing at Coffey aad Coleman a HI rich's boons and pork now on talo The latest nnd best in Poultry Fence; 58 inches high, top and bottom bars made of No. 11 wire and the 19 intermediate bars of No. 13 wire, which gives it strength and weight. Openings are graduated from 11-- 2 inches at the bottom to 5 inches at the top, the first four being 11-- 2 inches. Hence for poultry yards it meets all requirement. It is in a class by itself. We have received another shipment of this fence and will furnish it in lengths to please i ': II aad 15 eeata. W, E. Pei CRAB ORCHARD. "W o Ll,.. .w, 4 - ;v .lMPiiifH5i if - Y? mlWMk;:li"H ctB2'mW R( I IN lF1 SUFFERED 23 Canitttrt ShAm-Mrs. J. Unurland, San ac,s:Tcxa8' ' 5 5 OF BALE AT McKINNCV Faimand Road YEARS Frtm Chrwi- - TheyVe I B vsSm u JHp M&9 ppmVLHBr WSte W. mmvm ; BBS? ixauarw UlBBBSaamrBBSBBat '5 y? MANNER L Improvement IE a OF CUTTING STAKES lo Catarrh fMtovad by II Parana. gPgaaassssssssssj ln Uam Topar. ,,y mrnmmnr, Jnt flu, yf, jn ,ne jj.j jtt, dnmi vUlnrd. by Albion. Cth dam by Son of j,w i,y Kdwln Forest. 7th dam Lady Turner liv Mntnlirlno Chief II 1hi Warlleld was bred to only 1" mnrmi Me has 12 foniii all INTENDING PATRONS SHOULD WRITE US AT ONCE. Plenty 01 stvle, BlP and substnnro AND FOiT ILLUSTRATED CARD GIVING DETAILED PARTICULARS of speed The CXT2NDSD t mot cheerfully recommend the use of U "'n ri'presrntntlve stallion inWnrfli-- the" - ADDRESS THE ABOVE NAMED. INSPECTION 3f ail 'IV'AfT, VI I'cruna to any ono similarly ailllcted. COLTS :S CORDIALLY INVITED. HE WILL OF THIS HHRSE AND HIS term Implies. To say tbnt ht has 1 I I lot STOCK YARDS. VV BE AT NUNNELEY'S 'ze, substance and speed only In part ?iiilhnl7i tho qualities comblneJ In AWT13-- I CHILD PLAYED WITH A DYNAMITE CAP this son of Oare Devil. Ho has them (CARROLL PRESTON IS NOMINATED IN THE SADDLE HORSE ,rnd the- are such mmmftrieal clan? FUTURITY STAKE. . ... . .. , ., .. msR&ssa . .. ter in to make him ,, a stallion niui'in; . . . ,,. ,,.,,. .11 Jill.- - Bisjuui-uiKiuuinuu hBl1 i i "" "'""' TlTlftHarmon near Union Church near I'or and lers nre perfect auJ h"n icen 'tyvillo had an exciting experience tt is connection with his fatiUleii gilt l:u- How the Ax Should Be Ground. I his home. The little fellow lives with rul great Mauty are ccpecinHy 'Nominated In the 'Chronicle's Saddle, tnti "inmin nni ,n ,lls .Loforo breeding. WJ' You Will snj JOtl -- x and with I a slight pressure let It Horse Futurity Stake 1911. 1912 l lRUS"I l''I tlrop on tho end of tho wood stake. It N'w of n noVer lonkoil nt a beter one And 1913. i im : Tho W.irllold n ui. ono b"o "o "old It In HI hunt ' Combined stallion, Dark Mahogany will be found t6 enter quite easily In- " '" Van vimbnno wcigth 1,200 pound", tiend of glancing off the wood as When the explosion came, his thumb max mis Uay, 15-Is absolutely sound in every vUy. often happens Ith the ordinary hatch- - ami two of Ms fingers were blown n?"ro Vit,iiirim, 'pncheii . iiud diSDOiltion and COHs easily tan- - ct. nnd thn rnsiilttmr rut will l.o nff :.n,l ! l,r.ns, rrncmenls frniu tho Kl,, crosses, i . , lnstp,u of llvnnml, nntl wor hlirrlHlI , , nIl 'V7 '"f.. """:",,' ,ledd He hns stepped eighths In IS ,lralKh. M shown h Th bJ' lh dUea d and IN THE BUYING AND ttai- vie lm,re trotting SELLING OF REAL ES3; 'was a most horrible one but tie over since a yearlins: 1at three ""'?, TATE, THE SERVICES tn3 e.igo only naif as many tint 11 doing as well .? count o ex HriM nllvn l.inpa nml red out iri ,vnr i llav talllim 15? Iitmium, fon'cd .S bj 0. b Juilco Is OF A BANK ARE USUAL Jof 14 shows; as n harness horse and strokes and half as much energy need pected under the circumstances; Ti Warfleld He by Dare Devil, 24S ono ol tho fluent stallions llvmg stumer u pwfci--saidImsregood his greatto s'lro t Ho u hy Mambrlno King LY NEEDED. IN THESE of 4ju urau uer a jou uuu me worn win Ireoord 209. IS in a Class 10 uimseii. ' as a model OS he WE TRANSACTIONS, by Mnmbrino Patcheu, 127! h Chester Dure 10. Mr J C Gravemtto raised and showed Chomer Dare He was never defeated except by two possess the advantage of being far Mrc0- MAKE LOANS ADVANCE i.i. vnmlirlno Chief 11. of his own colts, and has won In more neatly done, 10 says It Is almost Impowilblo for two horses to be more alike than Car-rar- d MONEY ON MORTGAGES by Chimes 634S, ty Klectlonecr His colts are al 2S head. ties, irlngs of CliU'i lWi uj i'mtitf i"ro - CjJ. W A lUrrUcoi of Bholbillle. Kv . PROVIDE STAMPS, AND 1 iwnvs irliide the money, anil when He OTHERWISE ASSIST IN eppn MIIPU nTTPWTiriM This magnificently bred young stal "lnre Derll Is a . iwat duvelonod muko great saddlers and liu judgod thU horse at tho Tex.w. SUt Valr "' Um. .iy. h.. CLOSING UP DEALS. ,y: ',l Ho?se hlh priced three and five salted show n horso as ho over sw. Garrmrd CUf won tho championship of lion will make the season WHEN YOU BUY OR Show In 18J8. cIjui 4; flrstjflne .horses, sixty rive 01 nis sei t n I....-.- .-. I (i.-...Fl t ......, l1 PELL PROPERTY. LET .l - me aouui west at wallas in 1903. 1J0, 191 and during that time his co.t u, ,Y suuiio nenr nmiiii.iu. x. . .hi ....-yeara sold at mnlptlnAA -.- ...w wC fiirmttrm tArl 'inorago nge of 2 N.atlonlli Horse Show isvs. THE BUSINESS END OF Has Crest .n.-- ce - ntv ,,ke Rt Sir. to Ins.-r.- , ct a flrst Nnton.nl Hore Show ISM . cbs Me Iis-- j cp avrs?' j rice cf ''CM T tn,ji;r H en y,., ,rcp. i)vrL. deleuteu in a proiince nrg m,np col ia varrl , v2 u THIS BANK. WE'ARE In ring when shown with 4 to 18 of bis CONFIDENT YOU WILL ?io. diss n: llrst- Nat- - class for saddle stallions and ago over 15 good ones. N- - nlo on al ssme !" cur w. n. o.i.iiert. get. ",n"V BE PLEASED WITH IOi This Is a subject which has received tone In " Think of such saddlers as he ha highest .to,Uon mare or Horse dhow 100 clais OUR SERVICE. ' ' He Is ,, nn,r show 1302. clas . re- BuCc tlnt for Ilvp.,.at.tl nlhlted: namely, Nettleton, Wlnsom, a great deal of attention from Hotter and .perfect . t Bos,op1 ur miles from Stanford oa Hustonilllo plko nt S25 to Insure . cl- n- BW0 ohnw .u... --....-- . 1.1., enrvf ltiiKiuu - viu Bui v..rv .,, .u iurui Prospect, the Jim Anderson mare. Hey thn.ichtf.il norsnn. h.. u w -J Day, . Si the Price Herring Mare, Toxle, little considered by the majority. tIiat W1)n tnp j5.oco Trnnsvlvnnln In ,; scoud Boston Horse Show ...v.. living coit. Mares grnred J2.D0 per month. Caro taken to preront accl- i4nt- uare itii, I'nro. ' not responsible should any occur. imperial and a W-- o '" ,32 aml Uemm no? K "rve nosion lloro,d .cThas a MVen ' .m ,Z the ; year won tfce JTO.000 Donner Memorial thiol a.othn.trSit Have been sold from ?1.00't 1. yield of the . ,, "uence on "WFi At $25 to Insure living' Colt P3 ill 4383 CarrollandPreston Enoch Arden Baby Pence Preston His Great Saddle Stallion offers for tho Of Stanford, Lincoln Season of llol to approved Mares W. O. WALKER County, KY. "For twenty-tTrouble Avoided In Driving Bean Poles hroe years If Care Is Taken to Sharpen th I was a conAx Properly. stant sufforcr from chronla When sharpening tho ends of bean " .1 i poles anil other stakes to cnnblo them catarrh. I hail a severe misl to enter tho ground easily It takes ery and burnblows with tho hatchet to obtain ing In the top the desired effect. of my head. All this iroubln may bo entirely dono ali JKlav; away with If you lake caro to sharpen There wascon- I most a the ax properly, rays tbo Scientific, American. When sharpening an ordi- tinual d Top nary nz or hatchet you first put one ping of mucua sldo against tho grindstone and then intomy throat. the other, thus making a bevel on both which caused exBides as In Klff. 1. Hut, Instead of do- frequent ing this, allow ono side of the hatchet po o to ration. (o llo nearly flat on tho grindstone. My entire sysThen lay tho other Bide on the stone tem gradually In- and put a bevel on It In tho ordinary bo came way, Now tho hatchot has an edge. voIved.and like-- a wood cutting' chisel (Fig. 2) my uunu Mrs. J. H. Bourland. When pointing stake- lot the (tat sur- - Ktew worse, I had an Incessant cough and frequent f.,r ,rMM, m?.c( k ,i, i. .i h tho'edgo is pointing away from you. attacks of bilious colic, from !ilcli It seemed I could not recover. My bowel. bo nearest tho wood. Uft up the also became affected, causing alarming attacks of hemorrhages. I tried many remedies, which gave only temporary relief or no relief at nil. I at last tneu Tiq-lVruna, and In three days I was re- tleved of tho bowel derangement. After 4 ...., n.. i,..io t nniiroiv rurpd suv-crn- 0n IS loom hotel. One livery barn, c One C0x30, with sldo rooms, wltJi lock of merchandise I'artlc-- j dolrlng to go Into th hot.l smt livery mid goo.H biulnoss will liml thl it line location. Will moke a good price to rich unrtim fjall mi ur mo u. it. mastuiih or Clms, ntoro-hons- ny, K. IVllill. to into utr.r bu'lnrw M.I the following propcro loo. ltd oppolt the depot at McKIn Reasonable But that nlone is not why wc sell so many suits and again and again to the same wearers, they are good. To have good clothes and reasonably priced, is all that the most particular buyer asks. Suppose you take a look at those $15 suits or those at $20, llowjnr, .MatClMMor. My THE WARFIELO Oark Hay Htnl l!ou, lfi hand, foaled Atiguit lfOI bnd nt Village Knrm. Pjt Anmm v V Mrst dam Nnughty Cllrl by iter Amerlcus ?:t:oo, record -ii ii, siro or Iktttleton, tyr U'O: American Hello 3yr- rocoru k iz and is other In 2:30 son or onward 1411, record nsi; .si-- u sire or unward Silver 2 OS -4 and 170 others In the 2:30 list. Onward was sired by Ooorgo Wllkra rd a i, Trlnl 2 2t Trotting. W. E. Perkins, E3S:S3EH CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. 1,1V Second dam Duenna, sired by Mnm brlno King 1275, sire of 75 Including or merNnnor 2.04 lird Icr. by 2 0ri 3 4, Heir at 2:05 oth , 2 )() Iw b,0 ofl4 3rd dam Dotlet, by Nutwood 600, tho , fc ti u-- I'ty - DIGNITY DARE 1982 USUALLY NEEDED. e"" ll"11-,ln,l- heJ i'f i. - :t i grerT1 .Spring "SSuS ,or. "n.?" . M T to "",'' -- er.tn. T V' Garrard Chief. 1 1 835 Don Varrick l'm nilp ' wl" , .vni 1 2 l"r lty ,...,- r f " hoftart hre-;- ;' f,X , ,- t muTr ZlaUtyof vii ""! ., A S J' "-- 7T :,... n" - ... " ,,,. ,k" TtZuZZ tZ Wing ,.,, ., IXK.IC I or saddlers nnd see what they I.leal 21- - 1 2. slre of l'r!" ' Every one likes to get bargain and and 3cld for -- '"ul nnd later for VT- STANFORD. KENTUCKY. rni do 2 0T. W W "'V.'.tj nniirHr.-got hv Cho.iV many think that bargains and low 00. Don VdttIck t. bred exactly like cos Helen DIGNITY DARE, Trt' i ECZEMA CURE A DEAUTY WASH 10, Re 1st dam by Welch- - priced articles nre one and the same (Spanish Qtietn that won the $."1,000 -- :ltf 3r7,' tl Da'o Ne ... 2:JS , .'1 mort flier A T. H. ft., he b, Kysdyk's thing jvhlle In tho matter of seed low Trans Ivnnla In 1S03 nakirg n re ler..1,','" 'k preicnt' season nt our! l I. MsmblcttmlaDftNo. 10 A. T. K R. wlM D rresera.-b All- hBr,ceaand bargains cannot go towas rlwrod a- - rro f,r f 2.07 from MoKlnney. Kr. r- -l-d fW yew. a. Uve etUer' B ' ,h" f"r- - ""B on" of lh" ""- oTn 15 tonsure a living colt. al tno low prioo tor aUnx., I'surliwU. and nil Take, for Instance, turnips. When money winners on the grand circuit ntimaun. .No. 43. This siueiid u M. OWENS &. we see ono man charging twice the In I JOS. farms uf eaaaa dtsuuaaB, It M mn Ormnn t'oach horse was foaled Mar $Zj to fnsure a Living Cort, Ky. McKlnney, "i ... . nrice auoUd by another of course tho' Onward Slier Is by Onward. oor "f i. f tkore Is no aher waa Slat. 1!01, by 11. Hanenkamp, in tier - luuuy. traded or removed. or bred to anr higher priced is usually for new and the greatest and best eonyif thoce umm1 k- - the kvautr He was Imported by J Crouch BRIGHAM YOUNG. ! L1" LJ!?',JL1.,,n,?.' V.' retained on all ..Hit stoifr. A Hen nmoa funilah.Hl Improved varieties, but we often Had lwl" etuliMs, iLut 4U uiprtro wltk tkla ac Sons, of Itfu)ettc, Indiana. He I. ..J r..- - "I iimi hi"il Hlff.roi.nn nf ..rlr-- for no nrlo.v r Y sired by Kskliao. No. 1400, He u U. skU of t nasonanira i.rie- - for mares from a One iaan may charge for a seod which V' ,S"e ,nw.. the sewon of 1911 nt my.mlld 1I,hW Ur ' . raair, mi all aau. ft very fine type of th, German ,.,, .ltrtMCfl and must he settled for bo- - onlv iterminates 30 ner cent., while Jf.V. '. "..,..".. f. "..'." L' ,Vf.i i.Vr Kv.. at the low .ii, "- hours colt 1r.. removed. Ureeilingana 4 to-- frou. another charKea uaU M much uln i. $3)00 tliree years l -. mM " ,! l,ni . iMri..irl!f - r ss.oo to lusiiro ft living hi-- i. Mar akin altXtlua. . .,., ,. .. .. . . aunia i korses. and sold for me etuon nt my - u. ". in tor a seeu germinating nu per mortiine .BaBBaaBaaaBBBiaBBaio s m in in tno m ,ur .u.. mm , nfl win dihko cni,,en thf. dam oriCutiher 2M0, Wluchrs i".v- Jack Is 1 nsaua 0 ruis n will '' Hilly Wilton nnd niark with, white poinis. d. D. D. naoaU b kept oa raaJ In place at Htistonvllle. nt 10 to lnu ro will not- - bo 'whu another charges half as much iter '"- -,' Miss It. 2:30 2nd dam Mary bv IJoggF ..rout bone aut rooi aau " or seed He a living colt. h.ussk.U. A -- I.I i i .'. . for nccidonU or ctrape. . a" ivnm H,iugermlnaUng 95 ms " atsry wow , ., .. Knelp thn dam of Tho War nnd ., It . n- . Wre4jr. ..1...1. . -v.... v.u . tW "" wie j we aaarii i uus niso ire .J snme nine anu piace -- . Al tae (fame pioae I will alio sunt! ,ou nricJ. It By mail is a very -w-7. oC my reat breeding Mule Jack .as ,1, be jJJ-. J wask. bclore re-.- dy taj. -lM .,c--l- o. j,. ,Wy fine uUng .Ullion llumm.r. Jr pro(Iucp(, pie matter. ". U. D. D. ta ln.ura a living 00IU Ills at ta. Conner, that placed a public half mile your ""res. ,1,7,' .CZ; .. r 'th 'w- -i "RnJ- f "iT-h-Z n the Lexington track nt JG motitba o m. OWBNI . SON, whatevw ia traukle taaay ba. oteaaak get have all been Terr fin. rnnd t,n. .nrf ..... ji necaaltv. To open an account, tvhik. v..!.. I,..,.,n- (,,! .0 tin t ' , t,4L..a,i In 1.08 W. HnMn- ami sold to N. McKlaaary tng the skia. saarla It aut fotX aa apt. 11) for A'twetsi dun when coif Is; Tno IThatiin frtt itak via , send your name " at .... . . seodm Is , economy. f,i nf KTutaVrfi(rm Ilft 41 nflfa 4ttf A1tain Trmled or mare traded, removed" V vv atin mw .itinAlk on Junr n. .a t m r anm- I will stand my aavarnl flne acks at h. . j . wa .t a"'.a i.vnHiiMul tt .h . Baby um TDi,?'1 .VLSLiLi (It for uareK, no juanets. Voney duo Lmr! 111'llJMUOIISItU mlnato. When the farmer knows rm1 on iho Tamo trnrt nt lfi monlhii TTift AoonV address with your first er lIUII I'J k. rri:-:- r, In l'.ll nrni nold -for 5r.nn Hon t. ....... oa all tkuse sires wken maros ore . ..... ..-- . . aiaiaaaaa Inck. he bv Hub6Ie-- s nngnolla and that Kermlnation Is poor ha tries to old deposit. -- vl" rat kr. uel a a kaitia insure a crop by thick sowing, but arrlcl: Is furt gnme and nlwrs on old or traded. fw?T of .Ilirr Porter Jennet. Me la tae haoaa. Veyton Is fine with very isrge hoin there aro times when he gets seeds of tho trot, Cverv rnreiv ever Ienv t J. K. BAUQHMAN, money may iae wiks hnndllng last fall he terrible bee iio It ran-7iTrt foot, good neck and ear, good poor germination without knowing. It, feet. In more llDitoavilto, Hjr. and Tnnner. . v it .uffers. Hut there ' per tSh well mounted, 15 hands T Inch probably paying the full price for trotted a quarter on half mile track In . h sect by registered mail ::4 Sec half In 1M0 end tb only ft relief but a htm, good Beed. tit?h nnd admired by all who 12 on the outride l postoffice money cr- from prlckley heat. fi"' l ald to he the best mule Jack !i This should be sufficient reason for milo In '""""" cure oema and all other track, l'kttro nolo the rich Inh-r- lT.lncoln county. testing seed. Considering tho num- tuu r of speed on hotr Irfes. not der, or ch'sdi. f affections so nrovalent among AR. FAKM12K: Make your hom as modern for your family as a loo, All nre Isvttod to coma and serhloi. skin ber of purchases of seed each, year "sidence, and place yourself in a pssitiou. to get the latest market qtiotaUoni f0arn.fenoa,'c0"nt "m. durlns Tttone In residence. . As soon as deposit is . .. fantB want loi (en , there are a ridiculously smalL num.-ba- r to tins reiiow B. & CARPENTER, be raeausol our telepljoi.e fny Ume. lhis tho four things ever,, breeder lookr. of testa made. I know of ono ln-- and a look of relief Hustonrill, Ky. received, the bankwilL where samples tested com- for sire, iirspositlon. speed nnd l,ol"g,,ruad ovor Its little face, lust npply- which you and your neighbors can yet fur a sum that is smnll tirrjinril with ....... , mwi prised all the various crops grown on See hlra before hooklnn voiir nii'f iiiiin u.....,ii,i ,..... T ZK.MO. We be- the .benefits received. Call or aildrtM our nearest- oflu-- - i.r writ - ilir..t ... , pass "book : r. iiwu. when mn.-o'rr.Rnn mnnrr -- ...... -- Fa 'llove honestly and sincerely u.xi. : icaunuaricro, Knshville, Teiiu., Jor inlormHti'.n regan uiff our the farm. In some crops the Average imrfd .... or due written . nnother hor :.... CcaynU,eM u,w, . of saaaploa was reasonably good, but Mar, enj.ij inj; trph-- J per dnv ind ell We it ""'". ' . V yon are . uicjv wc.a uiiac.Bui yuui ouiuiJlUJ, m mr tnken. will not bo resnon1 IMo for ' ... K. iiiuuJ.t, your nauie u?.d the .....h ih.t wn have made can immediately interest you. our lines cover the blab AmerTcn hay stallion nrrttMiiv everv cron. I'ofcheon of accidents or rscnns. Dn vrrleV tnoUilallj sna thomands of pnrtntt Tennessee, MitMiwippi, Ixjui.-wn- a and tho Southern ixirtinti ol hilunni handa.wolght foal.'une 2nl 11)08 is n i to trotter ir ne nnn tn ..roper h rj;i ,v liAMi wllh tnls sjmpi,. but sure IK.U- Illinois. tn Af.nBlilArn,t ' 1riltnlm X 2,'JjO pounds liniulllnr 'ioHri)UATrn dy. Polaa for Vlnlng Plaats. ! rijITnw Uod JudR es to be the host type'ot prove our absolute slncorety, to ! . l Vlulng beans and all other vines I .''llfton Is a ti'nr't rH ...1 o.i ....it..,! " 'If'' woAnd crrer brought to this conn- -' navo iiisiriirivu .11 u'wn tu n account t0- - J ilrnit-hors- o IT.- - ,, fehould have iole or similar mechani- points, last Spptomb y.KMO. to rrfund the purchaser his ill nuke the soaeo of 1911 at .1 ty. n.1,1. IO li.mln lilfflt cal supports. Homo plant corn or l,,"n'F." money if the verv first bottle .Kin-- net iinnun nihil ..iti .n day with the th (Goodlotfght farm ono mile from nerslstently there for beans to vine on. This Is hestl nnd car well ""t on n mnv rec ( town on the Danville l"&e at ?I3 tu tho, lazy gardener's iilptitv bone snd pnhtnrer and ns .. 7.KSIQ Is bound to cure. method. Two bni HONOR ROLLBACK a breeder ne IB not surpniseu. KMO and ZK.MO SOAP make tno thrifty plants cannot occupy the same Insure a living colt. STANFORD, KENTUCKY ".V55"..!1-',- . enconomlcal as well as tbo clean (.'are tuken to prevent accidents hut soil space at the same time and le a Mack ' lack 1. points, - cgl (,n(1 CcuiHiaiSa? erfoctlvo treatment lor C' thrive. Plant corn and sunflowers hy year old last August, full IS uot refcpnslble should any occur. hands nf(cction8 0f the skin and scalp whoth-higthemselves and beans by themselves, with ns much finish nnd nctlon J. NEVIN CARTER, Ky, on or Krown person, Stanford, give tho beans good pole, support as ft horse nnr ns n breeder ho Is the vf y0j nfnnt ,)ruEK8tH everywhere and and , .. Stanford, Ky. a big crop. Hoth of those )n Stanford by (1. I Penny. If you wish to secure efiual of unv Jack. . Jacks will serve mre nt 10 to In- ITS EOUAL DON'T EXIST. a living colt. Trading the maroi sure .;TOrr family and especially thoso olnt- No one has ever made a alve, Mature Cabbage and Potatoes. f'nr.i will he ., -- 1,1.. 1,, t, rni.nirv should be k.i TfTST HI K r"s. nreti the a , nAintiapn a. ....a wivn iiiinir." In low bectlons In the northoru taken to prevent accidents, but will punlilod at all times with a bottle of lUer. ktdnevs and W mem Alytfmvo. It's the" only per-Sometimes Is It pobklblo to bring cabbage, not be responsible should any occur. t'Hmnberlaln's I.lnlmcnt. There Is no of rnrnB. liiirns. Mores btates ,.,. u" hpn you need those itirt els will be cared foor after June tolling when It tuny bo wanted In oaso oezoma, salt rhe potatoes, sweet corn or tomutoes to Jennets -- Dr. scuMi bolls. nlci.-vorK ngi"-- ; v;lk breakers to U "U l ,n8Ure BB",V WOODH. " "" .'" sore eyes cold sores, chap- .in. lor nleasttnt 1,ni.fn olvo them imw IiuihU or sprains in supreme, tin- - anu toinaios aro iwjij iu w wn- . ........... -vU..v..i ... ........ r. King's mow nctlon. J' lt wnnnn tlsiu, sprains, and bruises. Sold by B;n,l,f0oer, ?o?Inw8. for Ulos. Try It. Only 25c sUcroUy later. at Us record n, State EM f t'l fl-- " 8" ina broken """SSj"'... "t IK-t- ti J g '" JRPHY. , Trust (o. ,n, nnrtUe Lr ..! .,,.' jwirjr.. '"'tlle .. ...finn -- sur. , " BANKING .n ,m TtannThi :,, 6 ...... ,J4.n. 9 L0"? lh Uin ,yn r.v atr i w8tt53aQnt &Q .. ..o t.t a- "ML'r.- - ."..VlIIw,,. " l'.r -- tun...., ttaHar ia. ....... ii,. ftU in pr 3-- ... n.o feat) ai .. I - r ;v t rv -- ..i.,if ,m.. ng rrpt 7-- wi bttl. T';.. Ma rrt avt nui fit 3-- 4 - and f hlgh-prico- d '- "" as of W - The rfw-irf- er se 7 ',,', ..not "" UDr m. .. ... draft '',' u7' RURAL TELErHONKS. ...... c-- " Hn P 'ur'lnlTt ... tt i.. 4.,.u.,,.un,uj "'nl secyou a in.vhich vill be Voltaire 55140. 1C-- 3 S mocrtofvurdepos- -t W ivr - 5",jr :V!W ,.., ... ... .. pre,,, 1 ...--. r ntiiii, ' V- ii4M'si;i'. t,. i. Al-l- l Open J 'i f ,- - nr it.i FIRST NATIONAL BANK. - - - $50,000 SURPLUS EARNED $25,000 CAPITAL , 1 ri- "ot 3-- 4 ,,, h I SE3S u". t "'" ".. m "i'i nrn.'r . VWJA ZZwnM'"n xii Hr'V'' iiAftpjv- - anv. Jj n " .H.",.8!.. I .& i Organized in 1882. Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory .iervioe. ,n4Jjirtfiy v 1103 vH j)ii r f V4 r t - - l il K4 - liftrMfM-wrtifcMfi.Mwir- i r UIWI. -- i.MV w 'llll - Miuu. .. U lllT!r!,WWWT ; T i, Cure'd- My "It SUNDAY Lesson II. SCHOOL. NOT' QUITE THE SAME v, lit ikn uuu Second Quarter, For April 9, 1911.-SERIES. Back" years I liave been at intervals a great sufferer from rheumatism. During that time, no telling how many gallons of the various kinds of liniments and oils I have used and with but little relief. Recently, I was confined to my bed helpless. I tried Sloan s Liniment and used it with such satisfactory results that I sent for two large Ixrttlcs, and I have up to this time used alxiut half a 50 cent bottle with splendid success." Jam ks Hyde, lkcbc, White County, Ark. e THE ' INTERNATIONAL (MM Mm ii 17 Toiaway 4fio8, nlo registered In 10 A T II. It., flho ty Abdallah A. 8. II. R. Slroil by Dignity Dare IDS A ho by Chester. Dare 10, tie by Ulack Squlrrol 58, ho by King William 97. 1st dam Vol. Mam-brino I mmmmmm wmmmmm U R. HUGHES, T. W. HUMDLE, m W. 0. MARTIN. M tor twenty-nin- Text of the Lcnon, II Klnflt Vi, Goldtn Tck, Momory Vrte, Pc el, 11 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Ctcurne. 7 Tho UojrliiiiliiK of this IttMou chaiH lor, tho Hlnry of ilie lnu that dltl I Btt'lm (vorw' (Ii, Vnrrles mo IcicJs full forty yours to tho days of my In Unllfux, N. R, vt'brn f tor s telllni; this story at tho oiioulni; I bnio Roon 1mjs stay In nt to rend It iikiiIii for Ihoimolvos. Wo iniiuot bolp thlnUInc of Iiim who Is ublo to roiloro Ion! or. Hither, Kflvo II10111, huwovor far (lovvfi they Got Ease in Less Minutes. Ten may lie. Tho plcro of trn whlfh Mr. James E. Alexander, of North Harpswell, Me., writes: "I am Uiado Iho Iron hwIiu roinlnds us of tho a horscsboer and subject to many strains in my back and hips hlch has tree nlilrli tunilo blllor waters to brought on rheumatism in the sciatic nerve. I had it so bad one night swoot (Kx, xv, S5) nnd of Illm who Is the troo of life to nil whurmne when sitting in my chair, that I had to jump on my feet to get relief. I to llltn, makliiK us to bo tree of at once applied your rlKhtoousiioxH, tho plnntlnc of tho 1ml (hut Ho may lio clorlflod (In. Ixl, :ii. Tho lesson of today opens to tli the ' i uml IIIIhIiu's ronUtlon of tho InMiitlflil fnlth In (ioii nnd I with 11 lit'. I 11111 fnm'limti-- with tho title "mini of (ioil," so often tnod of KINI111 nml of others, hukkosIIuk. ' It does, one r;hoiii Coil owns for Illm-- i self nnd whoso 0110 iIidro N t" lltu for Illm, to please Illm mid to lie llln fnlthful inivsoiiKor. In chapter lr, St. to the affected part and in less than ten minutes it was perfectly easy. It Is "nn holy innn of CimI," and till Is more full of stKullleiinrp, for not nil I think it is the best of all Unrmerns." VHT men of Coil nro n willluif to 1o holy n they should Ih. Tho worlds the need tlenh and the devil nro too lunch for any of us, but victory In Mii!e ill I Jo'iii v. A; Itrv .ill. Hi. Cor II. Tho KIiik of Syrin did not lake Int" neoiuint the Cod nf Israel trhon ho warriil nunltit Israel Not many do oven In the twentieth rrntury. Kven a Kniit ninny preacher do not hoohi to know much about Illm nnd still Prion 2Tr.t W)rM All Dealers. nt low about n people onlled Israel, ul for Mlfxin'ft Pr rUmlto Aildrec though Cod neer wroiiRht for any other nation 111 He ha done and will DP, EARL S. SLOAtf, BOSTON, MASS. yet do for Irael ill Snni. 7. 23: P. exlvll. 'JO) Tho klnc of Syria wn moro than ineo suriirl'iil to find the klnc of Israel elude him and thoucht ibnt Uiero must be come traitor In tho j camp who Kve away his plan. When one uf hl servnnts rrinlndi'd him that there wns n prophet In Ixrael who could tell what ho suld oven In I hi bcdchnmlMT (Mre 12l he foolishly thoucht that he could take him eapt ho, not that If the prophet eoiild nve the kliiR of lrael hlmi-el- f lie could nl'o thnt the prophet wn In liothnn. ho sent thither hnros and harlol. a Why ifiko cl.ancw Kreat host, and oiinpnsod the city WHY LOSE YOUR FOWLST Poultry alsiut. And now thej had him uro. A tew ilio(s of HourlxMi . rtlrw t are tn tho wter keeps fowls utrunc. lKonms uml j' So they bud some reason to think, out tho thrifty. proteclB Uiom ajralmt dlsetsos uad pitta them Io.itIiik sen nut snTitatural.hceunsl to of Kllh:i Tho Is the oaly think In priiM condHtoa far it that the eaie ws hopi'lo. r.ut xiictl) itiat caii h,i appended upon to euro roup, Cliol-t- how crnud the eonfldotioo of tho nutl Gapoi simply becatur It ilontroyg tho geniM prophet. "Tear nol. for they that lie fiO ou ont bottle wllli ii nro won than they flint lw tvuieh cause H.u dincmo. ITow like 10 Hvory Poultry raiser with them" (er-i.ikcu 12 calloiiB of medicine. for it ivlio caTi be Paul's "If iil tUI modlclne on liBiid . ..Id keep tottln of s ncaliiKt u?" iltnm. illl. .".1 or "Though an host hould encamp f WR BOOKLET ON "DISEASE OF FOWLS CAUSE. npaliiKl mo. my heart shall not fear ASK (Ps. xxvll. m. IS FREE. OMS AND TREATMENT," How lilessoil ami eumfortlnj; tho DRUGGIST FOR IT. v. 1. "fear lints" nre from fion. year we liM an on tiro hatch nil the way through this henvenly IMearu ifm1 ia l.y Mpws two your we liook! How simple and lonfldeut.the fiuart.1 of Honrlmu I'oultry Cure. .No from whlto dlnrrhtwa; UiIh 1 pray Cure tn prayer of r.lisha. "Lord. see!" thw. lined Hurbon poultry vnr ha tne who In afl open hi eye that he may TIw cr run nffo.d W ho wtth-- ut lh.. swift the nnsvror, nnd he ls'hcld fho , iiinuiitnln fell of lmrnos and harlots able medicine. It does all you cltlir 1Jcn(, ,,c Tm, t.,Mim fl,r u al ploMuro in recotu-'and niofe I tA attribute our iiceei.it to .tl , iih of of tiro round nlmut Ulisha (verso 17. . .. . . .. . it uundnj; t a- ttw-- Iwnt poultry reiue- - i.. m k. jontihon Ac m, Lmmpi on, Tho chariot of Cod- are L'O.tiOO. itriny thiiiinndR of nncels- (P- Ixvlll. 17). I eor worltliiR ltlct It It .iw lj NOTK -- Tli' firm uin flmt prize John iw mon than n hundred mil, ,.in ,., ,.k..ri : JIJ trinn.i tuasfr In tli In toonlyv iii!,l lion of nmtol sll vtnrshlplni; the y they nuw who nu imfir t. for blr. ... .,.w . M, Luml) illev. v. 11. l'J) TlioMMiro wnii' May they bo nuythlnc i'ko It. 'eot!o cnll me ov olrl p,,to jvulttv Show of the uncn renlltle I tl p nrnuc nifl wty, "M hvo boon r.iUIni; chlckoiin for nxil tit u also. itoailv rifty v. .us nnd I'oiirlxiu As tho Kolillorn came to lake him lcl.. wtwt must I dot' I toll thorn it tho most hatlfclory, romr ho asked tho Lord tn smite llieni with Ui0 nourbot. IV.il ry Li.ro and In m, Knes thnt vc blindness, nnd Ho did o, Then ho uJer!l ft-lav. the call mo nnd jay tuulri xer UH0(, Mr( vv w iatwl( iiop. led them to Iho man whom tjioy ro'illy ... Kv blrdn nro .loiind and uoll. I hav0 a ,. wanted, thu klnj: f Israel, and prayed l'. Kix'k chlckeiib ntni. Kor ,,,rKei Kriiit miiuj nnd chickens llourtion the Lord tn opon their vye. nnd they 125 of iho J'.nst M. 15. turkoyn In tll,i; ivsultry Cnrr do. you ohlm nil that In Samaria In id found btnie. I uw thl remory aiul noTerir(M. ,f ,m, ,,aV(l no arcts t join-hiv- e power thomelvc of Israel would fain The kin: a nick fowl. It fitres them W1( jk,. tli tl,k, a vou,i o have smitten them, but Tillshii aiul rrtal ty and make tf.olr raJnpIea wtl, me nn, iiMrlh'tf Iiim and told hltn to reed tliom llmn.i,e hrlBhi Mid Klumiy. Seo iny ,h(,n nm(,n(r ,llo nrKP ,rredorii. 8. A. nmj send them home (verse 22l. 5o ixhivt m tft nxt state fair. Mr Mnet,f shelbyTlUe, Ind. J I), (.'ox, I.rrpi coburff. Uy. nwarded tho band of Syria mine no more Into Mr llmons SOTIC NOTf-Mr- k. i".ix tvau awarded first wo t blx vWmM on M fow3l jncnd H10 land of Israel verse 2n, L c pr to th' be' pcbbl-j- f ,'t Kcntueiy ,u(, ,lrmt ;irl,0 for ,ien gobbler, nt Mlhave n fulfillment of Atnlti Dent, sssll. "0. "How shonlil one iwi .MMiri oiuiq k,u,, - ny duiio V nr uiiu iii Show. ,vo teti chftso n thousand nml two put ten at llle Oram Toultry fetl'lt in) i'.r.!y 10 n:Kr luwn inini? fromi'iotiv In rccrd t nourbon Poultry thousand to flight?" A study of tho i.vnn, that many different ways In which Rod I bousht Mrtie turkev 75 o 100 ehiclcriw fnnn Kapfe, and I.Oirr Via cliol iu and '.ny. nt different times has shown Ills powhad about ciifiMcd not to to ralnlnn, hottlo of llourbonijn . any luore I it n .. need It nnd did not b o 11 m- er 1111 behalf of His people would lie ... .. 1 .1 1. 11 .ah.IIh. iiim- -. 1. la most lnsplrlm: to n believer nnd possipio I'irii in my huvk. 1 .t.llr j'ouiiry wire, mm um-- I. iitrwiiims bom pio'try ten edy I know of bly helpful to one who doe not as dlrootlon. .only n little moro frooly. to mpo ihv nnme tn yet know tho J.ord. oao of joan of Infcctlo.i. yn nw mlno wae I bile or to your Now I hnto -- Ort chirk, nil thrlttv and!:hr Talto another Instance from Iho next stpwlnp nirolr nnd not n "apov" mv(, , n r,iinp; poultrr for ninny chapter, when tho lird mndo tho of the fact VOrs. (.m, huvo ucod tunny remi'd- l- host of tho rtyrlaiM-toiu nmnnu them, 'n splto licnr n nolso of that thrv have fno nccoso to n hl?'0( uKrerrnt kinds, and Ttonrbon chariots nnd n noise of horses, oven lit a hrdlitB I'l',, try l'nr remedy I aver yard which lr tho belt creat host, so that they ,Porry-- , theno!so of mm. sallle Compton, Stovrtu .r thr jie-'ni. Jpm.m nroso nnd flod. tearing their tents and -. Ky. vllle. Vnchhjr. Vhorses and nsses nnd everything In tlieTr, lives nd their camp and flod for oM like thoo, In our clnulam Wi haiO hondra of totfit.':n (vll, VT). It Is still true thnt "the an-gK nm pmi'trr "1 ilnos the Tho boohlet of the Iml encninpotlt round wouldn't W so They wouldn't bur It nnd tlion Ho about It If P fa'ltd about them that fear Illm and dellT-eret- h whitt It will do fot mh- fowl Try nnd soo for vnuwlf them" (Pa. xxxlr, 7). Sometlruos It Is more for His filory ,. STANFORD KY. NEW 8TANFORD DnUO CO., 111 treat ANVll LE, KY. to lot the enemy take tis and T. P. 0UHRY A TON us, as In the case of Joseph, Mlcalah, LANCAQTBI7. KY J. R. MOUNT, OON A .. JUNOTfOM CITY. KY. Jerominh. Daniel nnd his friends Pe REYNWLDO A BVAfJU.. ter and John, Paul and others. The nlcht on which onr Lord Jesus jtare Hltnelf Into the hands of Ills eneSAFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN. Unroniblt. could have ha Heal Estato lluyer (tunB- -I thouRht mies for our sake lie Foley's llnnoy nnd Tar Compound Is you said this plaeo trss 0 great rall lefiloas of niiffo!' tor tlw asking (Mat. As a syMtaele to xxtI. a saro and effective tnodlclne for chil- road confer? w ea aomo-timas well as to Groat aa It doe not contalu oplatos or dren Botmrbnn Innd Prmnoter gloilfy Ht mU ka sriffertDB a double Foley's Seott. manl There's n bldl-ie- . harmful drug. Th genulno I Compound Is In a ycl tract nnfl n swltth. What more do a'hlL I, 2P). Honsy and yon wuatf Puck. Shuj.tr And Tannor. low ptctuo. . 11 Horv-k-oro-ri- Than laio you noticed how much belter I let after a day's fishing Wife - ' 0 h'tt 'o noticed hoi .ess it you lie after a day' fisl'l k iP.i upon other day. Hiildi- "i ONF. CONDUCTOR HELPED TO WORK. Adams Is BACK Mr. Wlirord his name SLOANS LINIMENT Ml 11 and ho writes: "I was confined t' inv bed with chronic rheuninllsm nnd upt botn bottles of Foley's Kidney Itotnedy ;vllh ROoil effect. Tho thlnl bolt',, iiit 100 on niy feet and 1 re enied wm'k as conductor on the Lex It wl liiKtoii, Kv., Street l.allway tin ml ou claim In cases of rheiima It ilears tho blood of uric nld tlsin Sloan's Liniment docs not any rubbing. a powerful penetrant. It's Try it for Rheumatism, Sciatica, Sprains, Chest Pains, and Sore Throat. It gives almost instant relief. Ml a4 $10 fltir. rrngBBMH Attention Poultry Raisers Sfek Fowls Bon' ay, Uroopy Hens Won' ant Lay. ' u' ' I e 1 ln-vld'- J'. ortrute !.. , 'yVZ ... l'ltrv The Hesd. "Now, my boy jou ay you do not know what the of regiment Is rHE SOUND SLEEP OF GOOD onllod? Tour pupa n soldier. iMi't HEALTH. he?" 'an not bo over estimated nnd any "Ye, iiia'um." .iliiiont that prevents it is n menace tionltl'. ,f. L. Southois, Kan Clalrei "Weil, wl.ii make him mind?" WiHtuiisiii, mys- "I hne been un "Msmms." Msliltnoro Amxlcnn. alii' to sleep soundly nlrj'als, uecnuse o pa'n pcros my back and soreness DO GOSTS HAUNT SWAMPS 01 m.y kidney. mv nppetitc wns very i 1101 mv general cnniimon was i mui No. iiexor Its IooIIkIi to tear o vorj much run dow.i. 1 lmc been evil, when thern nro real .mil dondl) peril to guanl iigainsi in l.ikmg I oley'M Kidney Pills but a swamp arid mars! bijoux, uml iow ulmu time and now .:lcop ns sound binds There are the nialarl.i term;) us ; inrk, my genera, condition Is that finer nguo, thills nnd fowr. weak ureatly improved. nnG I know that noss, aches In tho bonos and inusoios Foley's Kidney Pilbt hao cured me. and mny lnduio deadly typhoid. Hot Shugars and Tanner. ICIcctric Pltters destroys and casts o'lt then vicious sorms from the Mimki "Three Imtles droio all the nmlailr Innn piv system," wrote Wm. Prei.-l- t licid hii" of l.ucamn, N. C "and health ever sinto ' l'so this safe 'I no beautiful combined stallion ig onlv "0 cents at Penny UUck J 00, will mnkc tho scaon of slore. 11)11 sit our barn 1 mlio northwest of Stanford, Ky.. known ni. tho A Mlsunderitandlna, J. II McAllstcr plnco nt 512.50 to "Why don't you go nbout with M!s3 Insure' a living colt and will also Scadds any more?" tWi' tho season to the parties show"Why cr she told me that she did ing b"st and Tlnest colt. Colts to ho hot enro for society since her father judged bv disinterested parties in Stanford, Ky had failed " Mick .loo I 11 bea'itlful blnelc. f'no "He Is falling, that's n fact. Old age ..lid sjnvvv and all the stvlo vnu a' suppose?" ' "" "Croat Seott: 1 that what she looklltig lor. 0110 of tho fnefii bo found in Central K'i meant? I must certainly call nnd nh horses to -. express my sympathy." Cleveland tuchy. Ho is 15 hands 3 Inrlio- hi,. flo years old and u beaut v. Sec him Leader. boron- - booking jour males. llluck .loo is bv tht, nofd Preston AVERTS AWFUL TRAGEDY. l22, one of Kentucky's greatest radrimelv advice ghen Mrs. C. W. Wit dle, slalllnnc. ProKtfin by Wr I lnr; loimhby ol Marengo. Ws.. (It No i. ton fit. Ulack Joe's dam l.'icllo by prevented dreadful tragedy and eav. Messenger Denmark, 2nd dam Lettle oii two lie." Ioctoi3 hud paid her Koblusou. hv lloliln&nn Vermont, by frlRhtlul coiihlit was n "consumption" llnmbletonlan. It vou want to brood to one of the couch and could do little to help her Attn tnanv remedies fulled, lior mint t'ost horses in Lincoln Count v nt e ' urgdl her to take Dr. King's New reasonable price see J. D. Rails and have been using It for some Son. All cure will bo tnwn to pre time, she wrote "and the nwful couch vent accidents but not iepomiblo ha i .iluioht gone. It also snied my Ht should any occur. If mares are trai lie buy when taken with n severe bron ed or iKiitod with senton Is due, lien ' Tills matchless modi-icln- Is ilso retained on colts for season. ,1111a: trouble J. D. EADS & SON, has no oipinl for throat and lunc cents nnd Jl.Ol' .trouhks Pitce Stanford, Ky. ITrlnl lottlo free Cuarantecil bv Pen hi-.- nl 11 I D.uti by Crlt DjvIs, by llotirbnn (.'hlef: ,lrd dam Mattle 8, by Foio'en Light, by Forclnner. by Imjiorted O en to; Mth dam llcttlo C. by Cunning ham's ('opperbottom; Cth dam by Itn ported Il'jzznrd, Daro 'tho natural ehow Almont horso without the KNIFE AND KRUP. PER or wclirhtor sbocs. The result of a life long matins with tho bc.t treB and dams ontainnhlc And ns proof of his rich hreedlne Us colls nr winning wherever shown nnd be lug nrrored ns high ns ;20 nt 10 days old to $600 at 2 yonrs old. rhoso colts nro not of GRADE MAHF.8, send mo a GOOD MARE and get a DREAD WINNER. Ho Is a full brother to Nettloton that pold : a I yoir-olfor J600 nnd to Foxy Dare that ha won morn premiums tbnn an n.nre ever sired bv Dignity Dare and 111 of others too numerous to men: tion. He Is a beautiful bay 16 hands Mgh velght close tnt200 pounds. The shortest backed one you ever saw and owing to location will make the sen son nt my stable 2 mlleii from Hustopvlllo on Liberty plko at $U to Insur living colt Will also tnrd " Pre Mg young horse at HO to Insure M.'ircs trndcil or bred elnowhere ren do.-- s season duo. Crass liimlshed nt J2 per month. PerBCtml atfntlon gl. 0:1 t all Btock, hut not lespon'lble Correspondonco and for accidents. Innpi'ction Invited. S. T. POWELL, Hustonvlllo, Ky . 2 3715, ho by Almont 32; 2nd dam I WE ARE FORDS. Oxfords RECEIVING WE ARE HAND OUR LINE OF SPRING OX. LING THE FAMOUS MAY MANTON LINE THIS W' & 1 .ny thing you want in Patents, Vtcis, Kid:, etc. in the latest styles. We invite your inspection. HUGHES. MARTIN ftfv Miihs I CO.. ii Niii'iiii 'D. . AN.U' - fv.f cawsrawag EdP 9 aHh&aBassa ;i Something New At W. H- - ,in-ili- e, Hfegins in the Black Jie 2 RIDING CULTIVATOR Line, made by the Genuine Oliver Plow Company. l'o ' t It attracted the crowd Monday! W. H. Higgitis. Looking For .An Up-T- o Date Spring Suit ? The M System Clothes Carried In Stock By 1 Stylisli Fitting Garments Latest Patterns, Well Tailored. Justreceived a complete new line for Spring, of above make. We;invite your inspection. RIGHT PRICES L. L. SANDERS will fill the bill. o !' ny's lnig store. Public Sale pro-ln.'i- . - . ;') I j w'!,,,.,, 1 1 ... fr ,, 1 - ritj. A Suicides In Paris. n More suie'.de isviir 111 Paris in to It M?e than in any other A ",,. alvj for-liad- MEDICINE NOT RELIABLE NARCOTIC Mrs K. Mnitl, St. Jo, Mich., little boy contracted a severe bronchia! trouble and ns th doctor's medicine did not euro iilir, I pave hl'i Kolev'o Honey and Tur Compound In which I have great faith. It rtircd tho touch ns roll as the choking nnd gag glng spells, nnd he got well In a short Foley's Honor and Tar Com- lime. 'pound has mnnv times saved us much trmiuie aim wo are never wimout 11 in the bouse. Shugnrt and Tanner. -n will so'! nt public out ry to tho highest bfdde at mv plnco G miles oast of Stanford and 4 ndles west of Crnb Orcli ird 011 Thursday. April eth 1911, I four The- following pioperty to wit year old ninio In tool to lack, 1 fonr- year-oliwny and trap, 1 yowling coll by Preston, 0110 horse mule 12 years old, i mnro mulo 10 voars oil 1 work horse. 10 years old, Ih a good good form mnro In foal to driver I d 1 Hntiig rented my fnrm L. U SARDE&S. Crab Orchard, Ky S 2BSX lSIS.7Uk2SSffiumUS9S3BSSSa3SS ren ft lack. 1 mi Getting Back, it - v-- ntt ... h,.. 1 j"hiv .... .... aio u a,,0 ... y 1 - a . nila Ago before beaury. double hntnoss, farming lmp!emene; Stella- - You nro always getting ahead of nil klndB, also household nnd kltch en furniture. w York Press. of All unia lit 110 nnfl tin. Tl.'lMlUIn con dor, cnsK Oveer that amount a credit! Foley's Kidnov Pills ontnln centrated form ingredients of estnb of 3 montsii secured by bank"b!o note lishcd tho r.ipcutlc alue fo rtho ro'lo' bearing 6 per cent interest from dcto and cure or all kidney and bladdor ail- of sale. ments. Foley's Kidney Pills nr tonto nnd restorative, Itofuse W. R. DILLION. Stanford. It. V D J. P. Chandler Auct subrtitutoj. Shncnrs nnd Tanner. me.-Neantl-fontl1 good worker, 1 mare horse, safe foV women nnd children to drive: 1 v,r Wosturn mores, I and 0 yearn eld. pood worker: 1 sow and 7 ldgs. Jot oi other hogs, 2 milk cowti, n fino Jerrc-- I carriage with pole and shnfts, I set Chester Jewel mare The Kind that Barns good, Makes no clinkers,, and very Little Ashes. We Give you 72 Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen Ounces to the Pound. a J. H. Baughman j & STANFORD, Co - - KENTUCKY. MBMaMMEM Poul-woo- 11 1 H First Otlleer Yes. wo wero marching over u plauk bridge when It gave wn'y, and tho men fell In. Second Otlleer And what did you do? In and Out. We Want o-- nm First Otlleer Oh, I ordered them Hits. fall tn oa .,., Good results always follow the iter AND HANDLE LIVE ANB DRESSED Foley's Kidney Pills. Thov glvi prompt relict In all casci of kidney POULTRY, EOQS, ICE, COAL, Try them. and bladder disorders. Bhugars and Tanner. WOOL, HIDES, FURS, Produce 6ALT, LIME, MMMfla CINCINNATI Sunday, SPECIAL EXCURSION u' $1 Round Trip . f Unniarrfat. Frenchman Pleasant woman that! Is iho unmarried? Ublcigoan Tea; twice, Harper's Weekly. ' eiNSENG, FEATHERS ETC. lJSI $lil Round Trip AND RETURN Ayril Qfft Tr Prompt relief In all cues of thron and lung trouble h vou ue Cbam''er Iain's (!piis(h lloniodv. Pleasant to take, soothing - healing In effect . Sold by O. L. Penny. H. B'. Mtricotf. SPECIAL TRAIN T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 75 Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. u Qj Nothing Like It Ever Happened Before! i The Bier Sale Is rt ... vs v And the people of Lincoln county and community realize that the sale of the big stock of 0 - 1 . .'X- Cummins & Wearen Ssibn in earnest. wv nv i H Unheard of bargains are fairly picked up by the people who knw what merchandise is worth. Thirty-fiv- e clerkscould not wait on the immense crowd that thronged the store on the opening- day. - 1 BARGAINS t y BARGAINS GALORE BARGAINS 'l UNTIL APRIL 15 Everything Marked In Plain Figures At Unheard Of Prices A LARGE AMOUNT OF MONEY TO PAY OU"R BY VICINITY WILL BENEFIT GREATLY VAQE C0MpANy 0F CHICAGO, THIS IS A FORCED ENTIRE STOCK AT ABOUT 43 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR THIS BIG SALE CHICAGO SALVAGE COMPANY WHO ARE NOW IN EVER HAVE AGAIN. 1 -- ' t 'A. . r II I ' BILLS WHICH ARE NOW DUE, WE ARE HONEST, CUT IN DEBT, AND MUST SACRIFICE OUR CNTIRE 8TOCK AT ONCE THE PUBLIC OF 6TANFORO AND A TREMENDOU3SACRIFICE TO BE MADE ON THE CUMMINS & WEAREN BIG STOCK, WHICH HAS BEEN PLACED IN THE HANDS OF THE CHICAGO BAL TO RAISE MONEY SALE AND TijE ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE SOLD IN TWO WEEKS TIME. THE CHICAGO 8ALVAGE COMPANY SAY THEY PROPOSE TO WILL BE A SALE "U EVERY MEANING OF THE WORD, SUCH AS THE PUBLIC OF STANFOHD AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY NEVER HAD BEFORE SELL THE OR WILI POSSESSION OF CUMMINS 4 WEAREN'S STOCK SA THEY WILL NOT MOVE. PACK OR SHIP AWAY ONE DOLLAR'S WORTH BUT THAT IT WILL ALL POSSIBLY he SOLO IN STANFORD, KY., AND AT PRICES THE ENTIRE STOCK IS NOW BEING INVOICED, WILL BE MARKED AT, THAT EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD OUT QUICKLY INSIDE OF TWO WEEKS TIME. IT IS A SALE SUCH AS THE PUHLir ONCE IN A LIFE TIME AND the PEOPLE OF STANFORD AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY WILL WITHOUT DOUBT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS GRAND OPPORTUNITY HAS AN OPPORTUNITY TO ATTEND ABOUT TO SECURE FOR THEM THIS FORCED TO RAISE MONEY SALE, NO DOUBT WILL ATTRACT THOUSANDS AS CUMMIN3 & WEAREN'S REPUTATION OF CARRYINO GOOD QUALITY coon CELVES CLOTHING. SHOES. AND FURNISHING GOODS AT JUST ABOUT IT WILL CERTAINLY BE THE GREATEST FEAST OF CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS AND SHOE BARGAINS, AND THE PEOPLE ARE ALWAYS READY TO SAVE THEMSELVES IS WELL KNOWN IN STANFORD AND VICINITY. MONEY WHEN EVER THAT OPPORTUNITY PRESENTS ITSELF. IN ORDER TO TO THE VERY LOWEST POSSIBLE LIMIT IN GET THE ENTIRE STOCK INVOICED AND MARKED DOWN IN PLAIN FIGURES THE STORE" IS NOW CLOSED WILL REMAIN CLOSED ORDER TO MAKE A QUICK THE STORE WILL NOT BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS UNTIL THE OPENING OF THIS SALE WHICH STARTS SATURDAY. APRIL 1ST 7UHN.OVER OF THIS STOCK WHICH MUST AND WILL BE SOLD IN TWO WEEKS TIME. RIGHT IN.THE HEART OF THE SEASON WHEN YOU NEED THE GOODS MOST. WHAT THIS GREAT SACRIFICE SALE MEANS TO YOU TT VlP lVltlt HfiV .... think Sensational Bargains In Men's, Women's and Boy's Shoes '.00 PAIRS MENS1 WORK SHOES V.'ORTH UP TO $1.75 DURING THIS ... S.'.LE ONLY 98c SiZES ALL STREET SHOES COLID LEATHER, IN HIGH AND LOW CUT LATEST STYLES FOR SPRING WORT 'H JP TO $2.50 THIS SALE ONLY $1.69 5 PAIRS MENS' Sensational Clothing Bargains 2C0 MENS' ALL WOOL SPPING SUITS THIS SALE CHOICE MENS BLACK AND FANCY HOSE WORTH PAIR Furnishing Goods 20 CENTS NOW ONLY DC WORTH NEW STYLES ALL SIZLS WORTH $8.00 TO !9.M DURING $2.98 PLAIN WHITE 20 CENTS NOW AND FANCY BORDER HANDKERCHIEFS IN $2.9S NEW SPRING STYLF SUITS THE LATEST CUTS AND PATERNS IN CHECKC AND STRIP us NOT ONE WORTH LESS THANJ12.50 DURING THIS SALC CHOICETHIS LOT ONLY $5.89 150 MENS REGULAR 50 CENT SILK WEB SUSPENDERS HEAVY WEIGHT BEST WOflK SHIRTS MADE up ro 2J THS 0ALE CHO, 6c LIGHT -. AND .. in ej 15 ' . IOC LATEST VERY 50 PALIS MENS' FINE SHOES AND OXFORDS 225 SWELL SUITS ALL THE NEW SPRING PATTERNS IN HEAT CHECKS, STRIPES AND PLAIN MA- NEW SPRING NEGLIGEE SHIRTS EASTER PATTERNS wnnTM tin 3VYLES AND SHAPES IN VICI KID VELOUR CALF PATENT LEATHER TERIALS. THESE SUITS ARE WORTH $16.50 TO $18.50 DURING THIS SALC SHOICE $5.89 TO H.C0 ALL SIZES THIS SALE ONLY EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED WORTH UP TO $3.50 OUR PRIC $2.39 30 SPECIAL 1C0 DOZEN NEW SPRING NEGLIOEE SHIRTS WORTH $1.50 OF THE 425 PAIRS MENS' FINE DRESS SHOES AND OXFORDS AND.52.00 DURING THIS SALE CHOICE 79c VERY 'BEST MAKE INNCLUDING SHOES OF MANY LEADING MENS' WORK HANDKERCHICFS WORTH 15 CENTS THIS SALE ON VELOUR CALF, VICI KiD AND PATENT LEATHER ANY 150 EXTRA FINE DRESS SUITS ALL NEW STLYES IN PLAIN OR FANCY PATTERNS HAND PADDED LY . MERCHANT WOULD ASK YOU $4.25 OUR PRICE ONLY .$3.19 SHOULDERS AND WORTH $20.00 DURING THIS SALE CHOICE $11.89 KENS' FANCY HOSE WORTH 30 CENTS PER PAIR THIS 3ALE ON 200 PAIRS BOYS EVERY DAY SHOES SALE WORTH $1.50 THIS TNLY MENS' HATS THE LATE3T SHAPES WORTH UP TO $3.00 THIS 75c SALE ONLY 200 MENS' HAND TAILORED SUITS ALL THE NEWEST STYLES AND PATTERNS WITH jILK ANh 275 PAIRS BOYS FINE SCHOOL SHOES WORTH $2.00 THIS SaH-- E $1.19 SERGE LININGS EQUAL TO ANY TAILOR MADE 8UIT WORTH UP TO $25.00 SPECIAL WHILE THEY f B0YS' NEE PANTS WORTH UP TO $1.00 "HJURING THi6 8ALE 0NLY $1.39 ONLY LAST, CHOICE 18c $14.89 325 PAIRS BOYS FINE DRESS 8UNDAY SHOES THE VERY BEST OF LEATHERS, WORTH UP TO $3.00 TH 8 8ALE ONLY $1.98 $1,98 $5.80 HEAVY WORK SOX WORTH PAIR 17c un untm - ir.nr n,i roiy uukuna vrunin 38c I ..... PER 50 CENTS THIS SALE ONLY SUMER UNDERWEAR IN PLAIN AND CENTS AND 75 CENTS THIS SALE 3c FANCY COLORS VCRTH ...... $8.89 I $11.89 V lie i 1 ... l LADIES SHOES AND OXFORDS FINE EVERY DAY SHOES MENS BEST WORK PANTS WORTH $2.50 ONLY 95c TO THE PUBLIC DURING THIS SALE WE WILL ALLOW YOU TO KEEP ANY OF THE ABOVE SUITS PATENT TIP AND PLAIN TOE ALL WIDTHS AND 8IZE6 IN GOOD MENS FINE WORSTED DRE3S PANTS WORTH UP TO $3.50 WORTH UP TO $1.75 THIS 8ALE ONLY gp,c FIVE DAYS IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THEM BRING THEM BACK AND WE WILL GLADLY RE! ONLY FUND YOUR MONEY. $1.19 EXTRA FINE DRESS PANTS WORTH $4.00 AND $5.00 THIS 275 PAIR8 LADIES' 8H0ES AND OXFORDS FOR EVENING WEAR $1.95 r ; ALL STYLE3 AND SIZES WORTH UP TO $2.25 THIS SALE .. 225 PAIRS $14.89 Men's Pants $139 U t, 325 PAIRS LADIES' SHOE8 AND OXFORDS LACE AND NE ORE88 SHOES WORTH UP TO $3.00 THIS 8ALE LADIES' EXTRA FINE DRESS UP TO $4.00 THIS SALE AT SHOES AND BUTTON Young Men's Suits $9 19 OXFORDS ALL THE NEW STYLES ARE HERE WE WILL SAVE, YOU HALF AND MORE ON EVERY SUIT. TO SEE THEM. ONE LOT YOUNG MENS' SUITS ALL STYLE8 WORTUP TO $12J0 CHOICE Children9 Clothing SUITS WORTH UP TO $4!00 ONLY WORTH UP TO $5.00 CHOICE 8UIT8WORTH UP TO $7.00 ASK CHILDRENS' 300 PAIRS $5 39' 95c, CHOICt WORTH $2.98 $5.89 FINE CHILDRENS' SUITS EXTRA FINE CHILDREN8' $2.89 Cummins & Wearen Ll.j t r, --- Stanford, Ky. : Look For The "Big Red Sign" on Our Building. " V 1 1 "tsrr- - Ji- - fs. n. " ' v"