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EVKJIY TUMSAY AM FRIDAY. third while he wna getting It com NFWS log homo the next Initant when HrlRlit LATEST lot Voglettl'a aay grounder go through AT JUNCTION CIH' THE FROM GAIRARD CELEBIATION CAME hla less. The vlaltora couldn't get nnothor over however for Corman Tha grand Jury of Floyd countr, Ky., drove ono to Embry who got him easv. under the Inaplrlng leadership of TO DC HELD HERE JUNE 24, BY It looked a trifle dangerous agnln In FRIGBIE'S DRUG STORE SOLD OUT ComnionwcalU'a Attorney W. II. May WEDDINQ OP A. B. C. DINWIDDIH TEAM FROM 6CHOOL FOR DEAFI (no nintn. Hereford rannea out hob- LEAR R08E WEDDINQ AND MA80NB UNIFORMED DRILL DEFBATED BY 2 TO 1 IN FAST AND MIB8 JENNIE HELM A la showing what can be done to enton got four wldo on oh. OrndOTif alno OTHER ITEM8 TEAM 16 COMING. bucked but the od reliable Mcunler BALL CAME force the law egalnit rote aclllmr. BEAUTIFUL EVENT sent a pretty single to center, but with During the last three daye of the te-lodgca of Llncol Tlio six Mniionla two men on Klkln'w popped to Colaman Lancaster, April 10th. lounty vrlll hold their Bnint JohnVccnt term of court they Indicted ovor The Stanford High School bnae ball who Juggled tho ball a few mlnutca, John Button ngod about 68 years a Junction City April 10. In Clarence TnteV two hundred voters. At Uin Jun0 term iln eclobrntion got off In the lead for tho Rea and seemed on the verge of dropping former Lancaster citizen and related probe will be continued If tho Tha marriage- - of Mr. A. 1). C. Diuwld son with firing colors, annexing the It before be finally got a strangle hold to quite a number ln town woodland, ft half mile weat of Bum-'Unnd counon It and ended tb0 misery. The try died at Crab Orehnnl nrtnr n .... lord, on Juno 21th. Tho unlfonne grand jury is or tno aarao minu aa toe dlo and Mlaa Jonnlo D. Helm, daugh- firat game played thlg year on the acoro: oral decline. He waa a Confederate drill team from th0 Masonic Widows 'cotmnonwealth'e Attorney. Tho flno'ter of Mr. C. U. Holm, of this city wna local grounds Monday 1 afternoon by 2 tho tight acore tune veteran of the David Logan command THE SCORE! and Orphan. Homo at Ilav.lle will at tho Chrl.Uan church in -t- ho aarao aa of to to which year the opener mat ing, ine remains were brought tn Stanford be VTZeU.M?U. All It II l'O uuivuaior wcanosuay nnd Intcred daya. and .n.franchJ.ement. Judge tbl. place at 3 o'clock Wednesday af tho nine from the Kentucky Hohool Waters If : n, 4 for the Doaf at Danville went down , " iuiuii n ln tho Ijincnster cemetery, o wa a ,.f, :" 4 Dozler rf brother of Mrs. Belle Austin nf lh e.cort There will bo fully five hun-- """" 3 It will Horctnnd uniting tho couple In n The cloacneaa of the acoro kept the McCarty lb .city at ono time n very wealthy man. In lino, with brass iianoa rfrcd Masons a ceremony, conteat Interesting at all stages and Coleman 3b sweep over tho nation. Voto Rolling beautiful ,nnd lmprcsalvo :: g inni on " Marr w",ker Prtce Chnpter of 1 Singleton aa nnhin crlmcsVgalnst , tho IT. I). C. mot Monday af tornnnn Tho church was handsomely decorat the lead nnr kept nminin nnt nrr Sai"reimrntlon will bo mndo for (our'" nu of 2 18 3 and their noses In front Penny c at the hospitable home of Mrs. M. c. "... ... ..,.. r .. Tho elective franchise l ed with flower nnd evergreens and throiJEho.lt thn entire) noulim uniim Bright 2b 00jj 2 . - liberty. lUIJllfciMJU ' " j.fiiiiBioa avenue. An :t 1 3 0 u "tu"; To the couple stood under n bell made of ragged mlanlnva . -- .'the foundation of froo government '...' M wm at rrltlenl iinwn Hill cf program was arranged bv nlc dinner will bo aprc . ., ubor. nowera lillc tho service wna being iBeotned llkelv to uneo their otherwise Embry p 0 0 '1 0 , t0 BeU ,hB nw Mesdamea ired P. Friabto and John M three public aponkcra or state wide ty Qut frw niU,uUoni C0nI10l en. j d ceremony MlB8lf'.cn8rfofr,f-- , Only the most artlatlc to the 4 Mount. 28 2 7 27 c.Io y Kmbry ,,,,, cJ hla reputation will bo In nbumtenco. u corrupl baot Th(J ,Ilun wulo nurton n Elder P. M. Tinder bought a good .. . . .. ..uju .. pilUHC Ol UU8 nnu U -nennrnl to nU M yo,0 u ft b pair of work mules or LeP Itikcr. or - hnrmlncr tnnnnnr .ilamrnrn... Innkln hnl. Thl " ;"i"h D. &. "" - - phenomon ." Invited fo bo country. All It II l'O A Institute tng countlea will bo Harrodsburg. 1'rico private He Imperils tho freedom of jh,,,, nlltn Kecno presided nt tho piano ' nrtlat performed tho Clinr. 4 present It will bo the biggest gaUi.iovcry, c,Uzcn Ho la a public enemy. ln a very pleasing manner, playing. "' n total of 7 of .Munlcr er ley Dean of Mnrkahury bought a pair Napier 3b 3 .. uiiumuf, of mules of John Marseo for SI2B. , IIVIU l(4l,'UI uiiu erK and the t.iggon foiei.ruiiou nn outIaW( ft crlmali nDd di- - fr8t "Ilutnoreskc'' c 3 by Dvorak and to onlj a quartet ol hits, doing some Klklns rf Mrs. D M. Lickey Has been 111 ror luld In thl Jari or tno siaie. 3 tho extreme nenaltr of the law. ..iinPf. nn.i vinu,.r. ior huh time or tne year nnd the flret Jasper p c several days of ncuto inelippRtinn nn. Voglettl 4 0 i:; Tho brldo entered the church on the game of th0 season. He hail spepd Corman 2b tAII honor to W. II. May who U o'comparled by grip 4 2 t nnd rontrol nnd kept the visitors wnn- Kentucky, lng this light Hev. nnd Mrs. (' C. Drawn go to 4 u0 A GOOD NEWS ITEM Icotiiruonwoalth'a In nttornoy In lot every 'nrm 0f her brother. Mr. Marcus Holm.- flnrlnf thrmii.hmit tVn Anllpn nnlnr, llcrelord cf ernon this week to bo In nttenrt. 1 Mt. the stato of Danville, while tho groom was sup0s ? Coach Ilohnnnon hns cone fine wor) ili0,f,0n1?, ( 0 ) on,uCO at tho Transylvania Presbyterr 4 BU,t r'Dj vyety clrcult JuJb'0. ported by tho arm of lila best man, Mr. wltfi th local lada In the time that l0rnarff If ... JS.nlnv'10"0' rien i'. rnsDie win attend as a KK.1 We will tmve on display mck thM mU wh M tlw pow(!r of'S)nfne ,)ryft Tho two mct nt lhp h. u.in hii.l Ja m.aI. UJUUI, IU1I1 Uliil I i. Iift uau lli VNUlv taAK. o XUeIeP,t,5 to the Presbyterian Milssion- 1 4 24 31 told weather interfered greatly withr ? dvi;1j niiicu uii-fi- . m connection beginning Wedneaday morn-- ! their high oflco. Th enforcement of nltar where the ceremony was ;nojr pracuco. Anotncr wccks nard 'wltth the .n.n.i... m ... to lnw iB the onl of lira eventVfivc new Silk nnd liberty or property. aaloguard great life, formed. Misa Martlia Lewie, carrying work Ehould make them look like a dif horned runs Stanford 1. Two base place, from the 11th to the mo same 13th If this wit, was UIl UUBWkJlUU" HUB il... milKll'lM". Mttrrled nt the residence of tho are now , m, CU.cilCu' the fre ntitutions fordsvllle. nn th ring bearer,kh u .. big crowd was out to aee the lord i: D. & D 10. Struck out by Wash h,. th... rim. nist bride'a parents Jlr nnd Mrs. Win. ,li'h ",V.J.arr ..1!: Ixiar thne miles north or this cliy occiinvinir our new Suit Room will soon be a thing of the put It the minister, who. In turn, gave It to their attractive daugater Miss groom, he It on in eTr' fence around rA vnu will nDDrccintc Uie ''eh00 weight of Patriot to throw the the the bride. placing Helm tho finger show bas town. ThegTcat blesBlng thetstolen bases Water's. Dozler. Colv Annn Lenr to Dr. H. C. Hose of Sue .. . proven a hla Influence agulnst of wholo wore antPnrl Illbs andnnan 2; Singleton, Penny 3, Mcunler, en Wednesday afternoon at rar lne .... Sacrifice hits J. J. DICKICY. cmulre cown. of mnrnulsctio over IIA fecoipts.H.t exceed tne expenses or Klklns, Jasper 2 cleanliness nnu comiori or tnli Kr,.nl t.Tn .. The wedding ws a .lll ..! .A urjjiij luu Hright 1. Hit by pitcher by Lmbry 2:30 o'clock. iij .I.-..w'u white liberty sntln. Her going away cost f.iiiicf iiu nui iicili quiet one only the immediate family of bringing the coach here and klklns, Jasper. this new annex. Come and witnessing the ceremony wbich waa cown was of grey cloth. The groom outfitting the the club.. PREACHERSVILLE see whether you wish to buy Capt. Meunler has a mighty fact ! performed by the pastor, Kldor P. M. was attired In conventional black MORELAND aratMag t;atewrod McAfee, of I. bunch of players on hla club this aea Mrs Uary Anderson nged 07 Tinder. Th0 hnppy young couple Iert or t once for Loulsvilln and nlhor ra,nd1Ithe,'L P and J. "? Mis, Mabel McClure who is attend tern points accompanied by a nnnih. acted ig mnl(1 of honop to o, SEVERANCE & SON. !homi four daya. died Thursday aat long host of near Ottcnhoim, after ing Bch0ol at Richmond. Ky., has becn)SUOd wishes a lho h'omo boyE RQt JnU) U)e d brde aml Mr Dftlne VrJC of lliM'Mt or hivart trounio ana otner comlforjg?nic w8g eBl man , tne Kroom.'at ohcc Slisses Delia Tindor and Mary hi- licfore Hmhry settled down 'heme on a short visit. plications. Bfk) la survived by her huai Olo ceri.mon List of Attendaats Ule urldai pair;p b's knitting he had passed Meunler f Several people from hr0 attended more have completed their course at onnu. uaniei rtnaemou. nnu six can- tlX)k a carraM to Danville. where,u tno State Normal School at Klchmoml ,j" to jllll Fmbr smashed '! the wedding of Mr. Will Dinwiddle (Ky- - Both young ladles arc now readv ntia'and Mcunler went 'to at Junction City. FOR O'REAR SAUFLUY WEDDING drren. all grown. They are Mrs. Nan tner tooc the Q u c tnin for cncn k)I)g ,n n Mat. After remaining In that clt for'ecomi nnd promptly plirered mird, i.i ritroiui, oi near line uime, f"ii- IN FRANKFORT Mr. Ben Grlshcm died at his home w pursue their cnosen vacation , . 11 an . ... ui..i tne uouoie steal name worxea uv uim- - ... ..... -- ..,.-,. or near l.vnnwooa. Anderson, ..- m iMi.i,in. lf and Solkina. Here Kmbry tighten, "".s .mu""U5 ., ..wftuCH . omucuruuu ., .- ..- . Tin, r'rankfo't News Journal M Mrs. Aumst Hanols. of near Preach t ,. ... Teniy oua years oiu. soia for Kred up however. With only ono outlurlsncm was v'"7' uu B" " """"-'"- k i. .'.-.- . . elSVllIe. JITS. hrances TUmbUll, or l,,,l,t1,nrn rnrmorlv ww....v h Mr '..nrf . .. JIO O'Rear Saufley Wedding Party .ii . .. ..mu inu uic jh u.n i. lauucu J, la- - J... lUUtlHI i .IUUIV UIUV.Q AlilM e.l.. it 1 JYlRblo hla ofnt nt .1..... , fixtures i. . uiuft, .....-- ., .w wrf V1.JI .w.- -un I.i L41C .. ...... . WK.nUl.lU... .1. IB ... lfl,l(m. Innir Ifna. .w....w.., . . . 111 lh . Mi nlfln tin. ... . . f HUH imitutlona hav been lnsued . fl,. n. innM..w n. sum a fountain. -II. --i mm " ,7 ".. . .. . . iwv. .InnO ..Mnr.ann.A nm. I.e.. IUtr -- " .nriPTII rnillll Dni "y I.n r.AT j A. u, lie was ounea in iuo .uore- - i.B ,ner xjtQUT . reea. ana vnuer . tu Anoor flli uaat wwk for tho raatriag Tho sain vna mnrtn t n v McRob- wrn n- - . th hrld ...V "iaa PI , "P '"U" n,l.. m-'i.-, .. I.OU1UTOJ. . " .,h h. p Caawell Unn. aon, or llengeuiie. ' " l wenii-hevcHelen O'ltear to Knalgn Tho church waa crowded with friends ,.i,i insi priiav evnnlntr Mr. Weddle en. I.erte and Son. Morrow and McRnhnrm .. . ... usnors w. nnd one prnt.PRinil- PI. oom parues. ...fley 0 S. N., which will Uihe place Rrandchlldren mo woro, u took on Inning for our boys in tortalned a number of his friends. aaa J- - - atormes. Mcuoborts & ' -tbe tint lh or April. on the llld-- ,,U8loallle' l"e" "P Those present were as follows: Mlsita Son Wt the soda fountain and JIxture was a of the Chrlatnln MtM' " whirred three lft" 'jIcRoberts and Morrow tho Jewelry McCollum. J. M. Perkins and It will he a pretty church weddlnr bhe "aCK. aaie taus, ubck. l. times each. McCarty waited out nnd aa' Church; and her ne gbbora with onu WOnt Ifank,a of thls pIace- and the MethodlBtt church will bo thu nnd J. E. Stormea tho got a free pasa to first but died mJulia Kada. Bertha Eads, Ellen Bade, aDd tures. acene of the affair L and wiU.ngo nelahbor Vtvle tnm a dl8tanC wU at' c)Ieraan'B easy Rroundcr to the e:""" Iw Floyd. Annie Floyd. Mlnclla: v .Ithc1 ready W01(J an(J who glopp0l, place. v. A. Lear bought r.2 hoga of J. E Mm. I.mlse HaaVell. Jr.. of Q B j, Is dep ored andnhe the M Mn 0 A I)unn w .,hla. Tenn.. and Mr.. Robert U Cole-- tick ,. Iler death BI1(J,.r.i.riinri visitors1. Carman led off,a."In ... v.. . . . . . ....a a. a.aaaaia..a.aaaij. aia.ii'. Hammond at C15 9 of- W (, . na.a.,,.7 .-v. iiim i.iui... i . " ii . hjuii .i.i.ni. . ..ir. nn....r.........i.p..j. . ... n "..1 iJVUllllCl iv.ui cman. oi .n. o. oir,..... ..ill ti.i It...- mn. ..nl.lg wefc nu , n.gl ... th(, ,,,,.,. Mrs. Marcus Helm, of Danvlllo; .ii r ond uvvuh. way out of reach of Hrleht Hicks. Rocer Hicks. Ernest Ford. ul u' m wn- - Doolln at ?C10, 10 bas 13 of Denny trona or nnnor tUt church yard at Ephosus. arter "tid 1'ra John Dinwiddle, Hustoinllle, who was playing In toward rirst. Ar- - James Hall, Den Prultt, Harry Noal ' of w R' Cook at ,, ..., ..',,. Droa.. nt C.IO. n.i Mr. Don V. Dryo nnd wife. Mrs. K. C. ler that tbero was nothing mora do- Ml. Mnrsaret liullltt. or mi. tcrvicea by llro. Jumcs nun... lJaW80n and Drown bol'Sht 35 hogs and daughter. Miss Myrtle Duye nS Mr Stone Oap. Va.. la to be th e maid of "in" 0 McWhortor April 2nd was Prudence Shoemaker Is visit Kmbry or L. K. Perkins at 6 cenU 10 of Sam 'Ml89 Tho bridesmaids wl" '"' Hrthda,. nnd nil or her culldren were nrndfordsvillc; Mrtlo Dryu last tW0i For our noble lads, smgle- - ing friends ln Harrodsburg. honor Ramsey, nt 6 cents. 8 of T. MIm Margaret McChord of ,,rrilcnt cxc.utlng two. Her huubauJ Uradrordsvllle; Mr L. C. Illakemnn ton sUrted to break up the game in elude Itankln, . ... at C cents nil of which they shipped and Waahlngtnn- - Misa XIIU .ID ?, . ha ,, I'll in iiii; iHitiiu ,.,..,, nnd wife. Harrodsburrg. E. P. (iirpcu- - the last or the second when he pot Ixulsvllle NOTICEI , ,,r and wire. Moreland.: Mra. Jamc , , Monday to Cincinnati market. Mlaa Mary nelle fc ,.. f Cornelia Gordon Capt. A. M. Bourne and brother, Ed Tho Theatorium wilt open under where ho waa borne. Ho will now Depp nnd duughter. Huatonvlllo, .Mlsj however put tho blink aon that Inn'np HnbKor. nnd MUa Virginia Nunn. The ribbon girls nrc tu" n(. nia make his homo amongst his chlldrrei. uatewood JlrAreo, Lincoln county for us Embry turned the trick an the few management Saturday April 15th "old 400 barrels of corn to Banks Hud jBa, Fannie Carpenter iaited Mrh Messrrs. Blalno Drc and Leslie Held, enemy In the first of tbe thlM, whenl-tUter of tho bride: the thcatro going public of Stan-- ' son of Danvlllo at 2.5n. Harel O'ltear, ' Wr- - J' F' Ilolt2Cllw and family will smkt-omliradlordavllle. in'the'Third forU' Wo naVe mado a sPecial con 'la Jennie Karrla Italley. MUa Bllon Vbn ti. Thompson. L one out Misa Sollle .Mi Illgnito went fishing' of Mayavllle; a clean one to right tract with our miners for absolutely movo to the residence of Elder F. M. ShanMln. .Waters drove Mlaa Sal- - aIUi u irowd laat week and cough fctole becond on the next pitch and Hret run film. FOR SALE PRIVATELY! Positively no old Tinder on Water street. Hoover, of Nlcholnavllle. bad third safelv tucked nwoy In his MOrn out guuject8 wl)1 be nin hert, P."g'e, MIsh Virginia Hogo. Mlaa Judge Lewis L. Walker Is ln Frank- u.t fttit! It lb not known wlmt, He On nrcount or an excess or business hliwhetli Simpson and Mlaa Marguor- ho said but no doubt It wni, something 0V(,r the bag and lagged out be- thllt ,lavo Previously been shown. Our fort this week holding court In tho 1 desire to veil my mill at .McKlnney. funny f Lexington loro he coum cet hack. N'othlne more nnchino is tho latest improved fire nbsenco of Judge Stout who Is In Ito Slmt""1". proof machine on tho market. Wo In- - Florida rectipertating. V. hlle at the sale u f W. It Dllllon Ky. It has u capacity oi Ju barrels or stirring that Inning. will have as hla ntMr aiinrc Vte ti,e rty council or any ono elce Dr. William Burnett, ono of Lancis Marshall Collins, of Rich- no heard heverul of thv frlonda of Mr. flour per da); machinery In good con ,,u,tu two ol" . ln tne rotirtn, Irndnnt man; M. I P. h. Parrlali Miy they hoped ho could dltiim. Situated on the Q. A: C. load ami lowhn 'of (.nrl'.m.lg hot 'Kr0under, ju' t0 ln8Ptct ur machine. Alter belug ter's popular physicians haa returned mpiiil, Kv, n the be Carroll, or Louisiana, 0 L Kirk, of to Induce to makd tho race for Jailer dntwB pntronagp from CaBey nnd nth threw n trifle wide to first, pulling Mo '' tho picturo business tor eight jears fro,n Louisville having been called gentleman, r.n or conntlo. good turnpikes lead to it Carty off the pillow, and Carman was we know tho requirements of the pub- - there by tho critical illness or hla I 'exerlny. N J.. IMld C. Patterson, ot Air. P. Is :t mighty nlc KHo) H'r)H't'. ' uVr ',h " n t In "l'' Notw,,P wl" ,,e shown that will oldest brother Mr. (Jrundy Burnett, Neb., aa groomsmen, nil be- - excellent neighbor, nnu would ie . nnd la In the heart or a line wheat J"j linha. ,linr tlle ,ivs,e of tne n,ost rellncd Ur- - Burnett taya there is no chancy For further paitrlculars write oa)j'anjnfannPJJlliieroford ln tho U. S. Nny, and hard eandlilato to boot If he snuuM halt. I tig Enal-inHr haa been a real- or teo J. S. .Murph), McKlnney, Ky. enter tno Stanfoid made her tlret score In the We cater especially to the ladles and Ior ms brotner to tecover for he of the groom-to-be- . claxsniRtiM Uvj Md'artv waa out on onav children. We must and will have or- - thlnl.b him fatally ill. fourth Thi list of ushers haa not been com uenl ot thin cinrtmunlty over allien ... . . I.IIUIIIlHr III l.lll 1. ..'l.'I.IUIl ,11 ..... r. rl.. UTTDDI j open ni i opiock sriow at nm "' Hm.n'ab ,...l. ...II la...A . nnu "" writer can (wnomoor. pleted as yet. a hot to first which Itossnn film 7:3- uwire exhibition of palntliiRa by some of .Mr Trices adullH 10 children fie. Wmorq U- - roturt-a- d bled, and' the big hoy wna sate. colore for tho wedding nro to lie Tho dlasntlafactlon ,irompUj. burglarized the no.t two Kentucky's Hno nrtlats. - T,,Br ' tho .Navy color- e- hmiiw anik jife .tnJmj frlandK ar -- l e gold and blue l . HOLDAM'S MILL the change In tlw atnt'ons. and loped homo eaally when Misa Ethel Hilton or Stanford, vis- oi'n 'i,n Broanwroen will wiwr their glad to Mo him' hack Kgt.li.. ,..,,..,LD ul ed hor sister Mrs. Suaio Ullton. Mrs. lii rot from Untntlrr to DnuvtlM enny an.aahed outa siaaer ove, the joo 5 ,?l'raoIn,h?M. .1n"nt . It. nirnr..,s. l.v. " "17, , J- - W. only one mall each Bow land and llttledaughl .1.11.1,1 r..l .nnlnrtalnmenla aood inrnain.' S.lnd.lv Mnnl.nr verv III. II- .-' .i n o...- -, day hwlde all th(. mall by way of Iten nfflp r ,,rnni.B on thiril hlinsolf when bruise on Its arm. When examined by Don,tnr of Lexington hao been me to bo given for Mlaa OTloar nnd Anderaon cirnelltu? wna in tho pulpi. llrlght shot one nt Munler who aol.hl Dr Uradford Warren, an avonwe ,tlus JIr' auJ Mr3' Steptlen WnIUor - In the .1Ile wll bo a day late. flood sermons. bridal party, prior to tho wedmniii? a "ft ' - need.o waa found cimp.oto.y hid ' Mr and Ma.mn .nd' "with'iwo out in the fifth. ' ding. hor son Kev and iln. Brmim:t or Lnnoaater Jiut it did him no ood ror Kmbry Uen from vlow. Attor somo nice .ork A- - unkln aud larria FltniatrlcK Chirred Napier, and our lnda went out it waa extracted. ' Itobcrt Powoll nnd wife ut Oakland op nissni UTiniMt v ere here Sundan . . ... wont up o Crab Orchard Snturduy to n straight order In thulr half of the , . Oregon. Miss Mnmo Lee Ballard Is w ,, ,v . tJ,6lr "ml08 thHr ,WV" 'loa' aft". Doing unnblo to glo proper niton-turlotnedouT i' Wth K.k.n and Jn.per down. Vo,- - Wtso, nnd Miss Qu.nt.l.a Smith. 8.i. 5"3fc to tho Urug luialneai I Imvo hold bv irprilnB Colaumn nnd quito handsome. wr0 united in la vialllng lelaMIsh ,, , . Mrs. Mottle V Krlsblp returned Sat- , , ,f,4 R my In tor oat in the Now Stnnlord Dr.ig lf. Mvo t,(), ft through his luinaa as if it was lives in thla nolghborhood. urday from n visit with Mr. and Mm. , u-- w Co., In J. W. llrynnt a registered ,, , .Mary Han Wn la at homo Iron mlKhty hot Carman singled to leit 5g."1' "y Mlaa r Danvlllo Mr A. K well known to Stanford poo-pla bustling )oung larmer and w Carman to second but agair Richmond to be with tho homeTolka and sent unu Bon J- - Wade Walker have" "ulher Ho unci P. W. Wlilpp my former ..... Kinbr.. tlaluened the worKa and bore Is to bo concrstulated on wiimlnir I'eilh. rVllls eitv hns Jiui a ,QW "a8, In lholbyvlllc laltlng Mr. Kd ... ,t. fore battel the wind thrice, nilltif iw,i.. ,. t.,i,i w.. nlrnliv fhefr will i'in t.aitnr w411 fontliiuo tho buslneaa at . came homo from n r()liml Nannl . Hloai Wa,kcr nnU w,r' M,8B "rrle mM umm to I e a,Arti.yjftlO thP well the hiimo old auml. 'llianklng the daughter and Mrs J i. Bniiui . had fanned, twice. 'nW Doslei wl naudruf,' T Is visiting hor broth cr. of lh.ir liberal patronage nil ask ''"OA'ti iemoyfir .?bu,n .iril scaI , Byrea Collego laat woek ,to stay a Uottn benutlinl bunt along th tbh Mr. L. Albright, of ,,' llouland w., Vlndor and BIary KI e... d , to continue same with the tbr Mating UU father. .Mr. Uriah Albilght 0rS' '4oap bat thla' wh.n ho ca.ne to bat inn them Tm. raoro attended tho roeoptlon given HI tile sixth, and beat it out He S,on11I, """r, " yiaMlid ' , ejMnlatfetniont for new nrm whore they will nlftaya ro icIimi-- i b n"8 b at a slolo 8PCOm, without tnmblo. but pan- public mare f,on, "nJ to. lror- " nui.e .'. "lcnmoni1 la8t celie oourteoua and anrof.il n.lontlon. Mn ar.cUb&rf d I renuo- -t , M early settlement r ... failed chalk In their Mra Alice ltTcedfVZ.e Vrs- L.ucy bpoonamoro ana Itlchmond'Nor in .. former ..... ..-- .. , ., .. .... smnfont-ifai- . .i.im thf. old ruin, a.t iicraiiniH snd Mw,n.. i. i.i...: . . ...-- ,.,t llU..,7u .1 .....-il,.lll.O.Jlf ..U....IU.I ... ii nna ,"r8; UnlllM .,llU0n Willi nered one more.; Penny leadV off with " 6""!l Ul . ...l. UIIU .11 O. J. 1'. Acey, Mrs. Delia ,,.. Mttili bo01 towiid at tho drug store W. II. tho fine stock ol rom.'dial agents ohm-".1'- 1' .!., mal. Mre. M ' been sick for som0 time are im-l- a hard ono against tho echool house Penny'a Dfug fetore f" 7,n" . ' 'J Mlbb Bird Ura- - Hughes Arnold was the we ok end 38X AlbrlgUt. 0VM"M'"' .Thiy haven limited supply of s.m- - hae stuno. Stealing second waa vlillod Hi right field . proving guest ot ber parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm n hm "fK"1 ?ft1"lrl,i',a lo ,1,lri1 "m! lmm Is V81K Mra. It. L. Albright at Hughes. ho j consld- - a8-- " " ' , In on Hill's drive over second nowtand. onmo MONETOLOAN. -.ho ... .. . a . nn)-l. .kl Bllfft.ror . vsho wishes to l UUIU uwiuahw as nt.u. ...... .v ! A a. ' ...n.l ' t una flirflWIl- I1I1I irVlIllT 111 HLfNll . .... ..k.l m.i. I. tiw. ri t "i nin, hi nnj i Will, 'll.tmipgoii la ereitlBK a uew Jll Ul Ileum mil in Kmbry got a Kilt iBecond hewevur. i.irM.HlK)okldt - "How To Preiervo Tlw Skin," ftnn nnin v f Explained. "1 . buUd a wajv 11111111111 WJWI !. rt.nu iiw years, .. ith W.IU aiw uv fc,,v" " ",w" .".v. ot children In or.; "Did you ovef havo a cold." Inquire .... ed. B 1 2 per cent Term, 5 . relaying !,l0lHr,'g till b district shows 8T whlto children nwiw M(mt)hf0 hw Ila(. B ,mi, aiiei the plain citizen, "that you couldn't got plato. privilege to Kiy after ono year. Hret rM ofV" land. a7 foisalea, was a gift l,t Tho vlaltora' mortgage- - If ou nru In need of inonoy Wlie Man. "No," answered tbQ,purIbt. "If I had Pure strain Light IJrouma ogga J1.00 to them in tho elghk Napier nnd .. IITa-up to 40 por cont of the .1 Aim mtfn ni?iAAV will loan' ou 1 v ould Imvo It ' 11. WIthotB uunerfa now' li. ..l"usf value or your land. For further par "Oh. ,yaa. nhvayasmt least I do."-l- 'or Thus the coolness arose. WasUlnp t,rgK. iy. ton Herald. tlciilartwrltfi to 0. n. Swlnobroad oievelaud J'lalu Dealer. Attorney, Lanca'ater, Ky. BIG ST. JOHN'S DAY ftrniptUi rf Ike M NOTABLE MUPTIALS ISTANFOkl WINS HIST ltm u nuniM.,ii... 1. . nil0 ,.i Pj&'iotonU.d ...... . ...i .hi.u. .,,,, " ... xtm ' ,,,,,,. ,,, , iyiou, y.,,. .,.; 'r '"itfI?'nKJ''t ri.rii( ... , K- -l. ,"". .w por-ini- s .. iir Urease.r"W "". ?"" -- l.ll j 3"Lr13!!!!!!.!7 .. ?!J not heruntri - '" ";. ,,, i Mr j... rly. ' .... ..... ' .(.. .j .. nr-.-n'- .j ... ',cd , --- '""" pU-m- f Xe ..r -- .. U" '..'.. 0' '" .. ... ,. ,.. ...a.a.. I.-- -.. a. .,..,."" I f. . !. . DTfU-I- .. ,,.u . .j J i ""t cut-glu- Mem-alway- a .ii J??? , j hernia Jn'ortS? tS ' ,,, d i?,0""? "na CJTv! lirl Hre t'ith s - - - a rci. . - Hsim nuoDbu "1rablP T- . a a u-- .,.. M.t.m .ie.i,,. "r '"? '"?' ,,i R,nmln.l. Z via-he- 'e0 " " n.-iti- - n Local Firm o Continue vL ''tl phnr-u.ucla- t, o Valuable Agency 'Z '" n," ,,.,,, ZlT'lT tT', "JV ,":.,a T"' .!!' p, i..i j.i,t m-i- .ir MtM& "' "'' ,,,.,,. Z&$& utiuui v -- - .,i .. JJ . clV 1 Z 'T 1 JW. ... ,H,r.i.ii n 1 j - a'v iumoratloii I ."'.. rnnrrmirnwwitfwmwwmnmntfmT Tfilkfff3 Atlas Jinmy Valentin hsHeTo.'thai- r7iet . bar hm." The secretary mMkBtlkf (DOklag Ol VftPSBMt aro aow aaaaaaaaa je soca. Ma & earnest The Big Sale is 3 jHSit rM' DaBaaaBaBaBaaaBfiteirr. - -- k jkpHPt. 25, & bsbbB 'LbBbo'bYMbsbbI' sBBlrUBSBBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBBaBaBBar? I "r 1 x jKLbbV LbbbbbB black lialr, ft was short aaf thin. "I am (JuMaTe WlckcTtdolfcnbach, the great InTentor." said tho rlsltor to Hie warden "I tiar a lock for you to Inkeep Hie prisoners inlL" Ho Imtvii to I tic wnrlcn and rubbed his hands eomplnciMitlj. I linnr Your lock enn't be "Ht picked, The Inventor raised hi hands In horror nt the Mik"Rctloii. "Picked: Picked!" ho ejaculntcil My link picked? The wholo vorld It hnfT tried It (lorm.iny, Prance, line-Innand even the clefcrcut thlnves In Naples Tlit while vide rorld It nil It hsT not ommi vilthoiit they the key naa with Mr wiry luff " "So I've heard, but still It might 1m ,lckrd nt Hint." "It Is mnybo I don't understand picked joii moan optn mlt sot my I I HlHiMMHMB y tBSBBaBaBaaBaBBafl KH3!feJ BVVnHH KftjH iJHH J$!laFOS3l 'Jiirjf MHI Novelized by FREDERICK R. ' From the Great MKv 'P i1t4mmmm IH fT NrUH ARMSTRONG ffiSB SJh?" LANE. ROSE e American I'rfii AjiocUtion JIMMY VALENTINE, WARDEN HANDLER AND lt. i Cummins t- & Wearen, i STANFORD, KY. - arow ir the or,ie a k.t cmiuvn Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be When your physician has pre scribed a medicine for you to take, the next important step is to have that prescription placed in the hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so it will be compounded exactly as directed. We have gained an enviable reputation for always being very careful and painstaking in our compounding and feci that, in all justice toyonr own good health, you should bring your next prescription here. Here, too, you will End a complete and inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For Interior decorating we carry and recommend ALABASTrNE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and see samples of tints and ask us about It. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Compounded larrl windows lookinl out Into the PROLOGUE. prison yard. nlier at precrlbed You're not so sure about Jimullowwl cantr of coin lets to take a brief online lo breathe In my Valentine as you might be nof until the very last chapter, the air from tho hill Hint mocked tlictn, tbn to the lire when he "finds himself" in a thoee who bor-- prolonj ax well ns of to lire of Is con o that is as cleverly thoc who hoped to die. thna to as anything ever present-f- f (trcngthen the nerres of the unfortuin American fiction or drmma. nates whom Justice had decreed most 3 TVhat yea mre mire of ms you some day at tnnrl go to a shadowy read very, very sure, in fact is that yen mre following the fc story of a moot interesting one whose doings on the the interest of stage have-hel- d 'awBBBBBBBBBBBBf many thousands. Jimmy Valentine becomes a "crook," with most of the failings and weaknesses of a man who doesn't recognise the difference between mine and thine, but he winds up A 'LbbbbbbbbbbW as a well, read the story and find out for yourself how ho winds up. It will be worth your while, thi' it orbing, thrill- HkV,b, BBBBBBBBBBBBBrTSB ing romance of b if the under Wr 'ikmWWWWWM k ' upper world as world and well proves that a man has never sunk so low but that ho may again regain the honor he hi s thrust aside when the true spirit &3mWmmirtr of manhood throbs within him. con-'ceiv- key?" "Yes. with n wire or" "A Tire'" exclaimed ths laTcntor. "My kck ocn that I hsff spend fmir- to perfect? Notn. It Is irtn bnt"- laughter, Handler was growing ImpatlraL "It will lis accepted only en the J hnt,.t cannot be opened wltk out n be pronouns4. Tho Inventor drew liTmksIt up proud- fv "Yaw. nnd I challtng tho vorld," Le cried confilcntly. 'Well, all i he world's champions are I rlen. )uu know," answered the . ;l hit "am! when It comes to genius i mc lisnl.iirnst of them are In Jnll ' .1 hive li trtoil (Htferv noon" The vlltnr took his prrclims lock fr mi his iHTkot mid laid It on the table in front of tho warden, saying ''I keep the key New tho vorM can not iny lock open." "It looks goud." commented Ilan dtor "If jmi rare to wait I'll have It toslril " I "I velt. lofe to see the expert frown nnd smile unit give It dp. It Is my Jot " As the Inventor went out to awslt Ihe test George !oy!e. a detective credited with n long list of Important raptures, nitrnsl the offlce and talut- - ( jirs ii7' ja, n - ' gsxml Atmb ib-, fhstikl'lttmiwe ko oWfr to Ms nosbtatit "wberw "Oa yow desYr "Oh, yeo. Avsoy heror Tie's mltfn arotdo.' "haft bnvo (ilirn "He's a tough ekl boy, HrV Avery," commented Doyle, "bnt he my one best chanco In trying to get the goods on Talontliio." The secretary brought In I1II1 Avory, whoso gray b.nlr. nsticn face and atmip-Infigure Indlcatril that prlwii fare was net nJuvemitlng. nltliougti there was a strange sharpness In his eyes. In his glnnco, that n long carver of watchfulness had dovelopcd. "Tmj'rn finally oiil eh?" greeted the prison master. Ton'vo done nine?" "KIght yenrs t months, sir" 'Treated protty well, weren't you?" Avery gnzed Intently at Smith, then ho replied to bis questioner "Tou'vo noror beard mo complain. havo you?" "No, ami It wouldn't hare got yon ranch." "1 saw that the arst day In." "TTell, now what? Ootng to tnra Btraarer' Handler sneerod as he pok. ward- Ths rclonsed oearlet leokod an sjTiaroIy In tf eyes. "Ton know I am, sir." Handler laugbod npmarlnnsly. "I knew; they nil say so. Oh, litre's an old friend of ysurs, Avery." The speaker pointed to Deylo. "I don't remember him." replied the old man after a srnrchlng suspicious. Inspection of th detective. "You don't remember me eh. Hill?" Doyle Inngued. Avery suddenly exclaimed: "I got you now. You're Doyle still a copper?" "Still a crniper. Hill " "You ain't got anything on mo to hold er me when I get out" Anywny, this "That's true. Rill time I'm your friend." said the detoc-tir- e In enrneet mnnnT Avery throw hi hood back. "My frlcml?" ho exclaimed In rrvrr "T drft ksy ko toil. r , t fin-Uv- o to nstnn-Ishmen- t. rd Handler ' Isn't Hill Avery to be let loose day" queried the neweomer Is her returned the "Hon't know t- ohar-actc- r, I fr 'VBbPBIbHv Armstrong drama, of whlh th IMiowftis Is th novelized TT9t. Is based i. O. Henry's tory. "A Retrieved oo lUfor-natU- m IBBBBJBBK MBW aVBBBBBW VK. wkJSVBBBBBz JBV " 5hbbSw2 ' Stanford, Kentsieby LJfe John CHAPTER I. warden's offleo la Stag Slue Is not a pleasant spot In to linger, whether you may be Innocent er whether a crime. And ae more gnflby could be termed the abnrpt, dwaluatlug personage, who presided oror the dismal deottnles ef tho sOee the and hwrttrntlCTi when oeenrr erects ehrovtaled Tn flrts nsrrstrro. That a mn fated by his b4m of ocenptrloo to dafry assostats tarratate-lwtllb ertatfmiht of high and lew 4 tw wm ceawlmrUy hi pr-ecafl ft rsheVf ana owatix-- t wtlli the Itfs f a dnaaiifiy petnr r "ctiioaoo warrwr" a on woirso. THB ' reas-trarfn- g little stone rnm t ilt tn s stalster wooden ehirfr enlppwl with tut straps nnd elettrle nlres. was tn his enstemary The warden pcsslmtstlr meed rtood raen fsr It this time. ten. fur "Chicago tVh!ty," rra years, a trutty, dsrnc "Mf ef had pot thrsnth the gnards anil dropp fa ped orrr tk wsfl en r th car of an n boimd" frefght trsrs the Jfet a fracs ef hlra evening herVfS. yet. IIan4tr's prffl ts kh rtnf ss a pon y dc-gr-eo rt blainrd htsrtf sad rh wHult natvsaae for the flletsl exatusstlfias wklck must sees be forttMsttsf IDs dart glsaste reagfiny; his short eyi- -i croppetl rsetr was s rnk. h muss's prtson-th- at tnt a - REPAIRS MADE ON - Motor Cars AND ALL KINDS OF . Machinery The well known Silo Anderson Jack will make tho season of 1911 at tho farm of D. M. Anderson on the Preach ersvillo and Stanford plko one mile from I'reachersvllle and 6 from .Stanford at $8.00 to Insure a colt until weaning tlmo. SILVER KING. same placfl and at same well-knowo GOOD SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER Also at 8ERVICC AT FAIR PRICE8 terms will BEST BBUIPPEO lioroa taken to MACHINE SHOP IN THE: BLUk roaponaiMe OJVrLLENMIM U, DAN VILE, t saU-dlstand the Silver King. Beat of caro prevent accidents but not rfcould any occur, Joan Itlgsby, It. I D. No. 4. or D. M. ANDER80N Stanford. 2Mp ELECTRIC KY, 1M N, Fourth St Stonewall Jackieit, Jr of 1611 at my barn at 110 to insure a UTlag colt urn (111 woanlme tine, aouaa aid all right Will mako Uo seaao ONE CONDUCTOR HELPED TO WORK. Mr. Wllford BACK Adams la his name pA lita retained om all colts until so and he vrltes: "I van confined to son ia paid. my hod with ohronio rheumatism and BILLY BRHCKINRIME. uieu both bottle of Foley's Kidney Will stand at ray barn at f S to Insure Iteuiedy with good effect The third a colt until weaning tine. A Ilea toUl0 put me on my feet and I re-- bold o all colts until pall for. All turned work as conductor on the Lex- - barren mares successfully bred wits Ingtoq, Ky., Street Hallway. It wlllthe InrpreKaator. A. T. TRATLOK ft da all you claim In casus of rheurua-SOPloasaat Hill Broedlag Nana, Item. It clean U blood of urlo acid Stanford, Ky, R. V. D. Ko. 4. . ngaln his rpror rip wal4 wrl slMMty t wVat th. bark as k iwtt--nt bin Ts, Vsaiaii f a row sf anld ar seaeraw rvied In Warden Ha41)r waa JWtwrWd VerHr aaor a glK(nala ig tbe ertU wiwtMn Uo re Tkrt ts araro's fmpntiewtry, aad hn Its r serrvondtei. f moTe trscSfm Jfot "Serves rae Hht for makta' a trootf be Twat wWch U bt w s " k iimrtsred. out of a bloesshi' be "Mlcllt hive knows te wwa. lanoeenc ra b i.f rfcota gvflt wltls tso aM tf feran4 Wit- - wouldn't way put It ta plsrs any Rlieitrao J alwapi mora- - length sf tlma, not eK Is s eefia " andf If It to net It om on Made the desr at flandler's light A. raartlerwr sfeoald be ssadf H ro lie Imtf taraed aail gtswsrsd at s lM Masrber always hto Ijrnsmiss. JL tUtf trusty whs shtllcd la. wrrytsg s Artaklag walrr WaM b rctutadeA of his aasatcarish tie nf for yn srsond ksm, "It's wtrteo led hte saw the h?" fTrsrtt thi -- rde oim. ot the csrtmt The rarrtct hnsnMl H plars the fkM was iruffls- pkassswttr. Thai totO ht rh kslder ir lit asl sf Vko wa Ilatrffcx'a ta sfrlrhtl's lft tbMi iaid node4stiEC all W irs wnrd W tuuiaMUtK fatal Tts. gpM MauiianMr wan h Llr." m oltm and trmt. ku eanv dcop tooUA' lis m sgn "rUasnt UHt utrvta,' r won Tpart nvm C, mm tM Westx ihitt runt." (MBtesfted Ilnwtlof. Hg Rv ' Wfct beftro kh. Itomiuim-'mm o4(. "rtt ft) his ro 4W Baht M tiaA raUn)rre.t U an fmo nr- Hmc Jmt, IP vase cass m wr BMitaucs rem xraewra oMaoja "A 4Maar Mr rod" imuvsa4 Mo frtett4shr W ht "mio aasMt "Xh mm ocratanv. Cosfia. ft tktn aM m irrwMi1 VUn f arooetfag a nsoahrA. sgata for ts Tito 4 mV ntt l iK ftarosaa naoy.' 'h h arsllitsweis la tin UltM-a xotm s drradoa of M gotten spot!, Ttt Si otsmo to a Q?KH(m of lbs aaaaoaa of sbtalalng sgala tuolc tho ntrMard. Tbs WSf Ofeaafr k posslMMty It policy U ho tttA low- wlraosoos wk. w vwu th has sf Mm worrl-t lata) and' so the ha sat at M polHhmt ly, A antom nlttj u mui tfks Stbprtsoa I Hwafl iMtT w asawtrtctoea' of tt mmtm Ba Ha4fwovrl th outhido t 00 rtfetrt ol Ms offl mh dtA h tho Bstddl 4 BMst tasiger" lorklor hetgftbv JLt Ms left was amffter wA sard by "WtarTa afa grttftr "He km a tstrer frow tho HU board whooo fMi44as Msite U oesight. ttjaitk. kftr scnUtr. At M bek th tho ffed euniM ttjtnw a emrtnhtlQSf wwdS be eipeete. fspsatf rsgs Orrt ommit tm t rMed the benpsth ft: Ms rou4. Jsa mutt t ae- were grtstry oh, rm Mk htr fatrty wtrh httl4 skwH srssw thltk hrwo ee4TtiRs sad thie nsiid talrs iii ai Car4 'timi wl nC stw Bter. warden Indifferently IViyle ga7ed ut the other ttgnlfleantly . he's very "To." h sid, "I friendly with Jimmy Tsleorlne The way Valentine's lawyer Is golag after a new trial makes thine look danger ' dler ous " Avery, voicing his thanks, seated "What atiout I In- - nun you had make friends with Valentine In order to get himself at the warden's table, Doyle came cloe to th old man. him to tnlk about himself ts give 'Them's one thing you want ts do. hlmse'f away?" the wanlen asked Hill. nlwTe everything elsekeep out shrewdly of bad company. ' he warned. li yie shrugged. Avery hesitated ".Nothing o It. Valentine wouldn't He glanced from get v itldeiitlHl with htm. but if I the detective scri lo the wardan. "I'm geulnr wit if bail company to..u.d get Atrry on my staff to work for me and squeal on Valentine I'd day." he roplled brtedy get him I'd Ik-- able to keop him from , Doyle started forward. "Ye, and It's a good thing you are. getting a new trial " describe In for you're getting away from Vnlea-line.- " Tims did Ilio delis-tirhis convcrntloii ii msll part of the "Valontlnor system which his fellow man hunter "Yes." Insisted Doyle. -- It doesn't find of utility In wrvliig their panic nlar ends, whntever they my te Hie do you any good to know a man like "sleel nlrron' svMem. which contlsls that. 1 suppose you know he killed Cotton so he wonldn t have to divide of forcing or ptrsnadlng released crlm Innls to spy on their companion and the swag with hlra." The other shook his head doclstvely to convey to th police the Information they preenrr "I don't know anything abont It" Rsnrriran the detectlye uci the The detective now sjoke skarply. gained for the purpose knowledge "And what's he got sgalnst you? n sent out word that" tbe questioner suddenly klitftml "what rueoasge did bo giro you to tako out to re" Avery drew back Involuntarily. MBBBaBBB. "Ho didn't give rn any message." he cried out tn positive tones. Then both the ofllelaU Dotteod that bKbIbbbbbV eyes slowly drooped ths bbbbM 'bW to tho floor. and became direct "I eould do you a good tura ff you trailed along with ma." suggested th detecttve. Th released orlnwnal bruobod asld IbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI FI roso stiffly from tti tnvttatlon. hts chair. oa to yoa. Doyle. If yon'ro to got to bo sty friend I kaow ttnrt bo a stoet pigeon. k? VTfl, Fra old, pMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ and I don't know wbero Tm gIn' Mb lie whea I leavo her. Hut BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH river ont there," potnttng ovor his shontder with his thumb, "for mtno before. I pHy that nma I fofl yeu"-tt- ie efd man's votso ros to aa tndtg aawt pltoh TPa only fly gayo Hbs you, Doyla, fnar7s too lasy or too Ignorant to do tticrr work themselveo that has BBBBBBBBBT to havo stool ptgoom on toot sraff to do yenr work for ymu Why, you I hr Tlio warden conW liaroly suppress n grin. j "Yes; I think I know where 1 can ! get you a pretty gmsl Job." went on I Doyle engngln;ly "Nobody wants rae." sakl Avtry de spondently. ' "1 think I can arrange It" "A Job In a lanndry. h?" xaaaped th "l'i been a wash woman here." Thers re lots ef Job where you don't have to know a trad. Can't Hill sit down, warden "Why. certain! v responded Han' ' , . o i " i, I jjSHbT bbbbbbbbbbH Tn r SIbbV conldnt nab a twelve-yeao-ol- d 'dip' e. epd. rrrf sft you dUtn't havo soma poor nerv ken soaker of a "stool' to go ont ahead and mak tho job easy for you." Hoth Doylo and tho wnrdess, enraged at tho old man. lunged viciously nt hlra to wroak vengewnco upon Mm for M detraaclDtlon. on acftka tPI ouutraat withsurprfstngly hi former la CHATTBX If bro- "f ' ' I - Tt ns. flr ' 4tv krrt4 s T t yt tt bo-iM- kst 'M "i' ftUo uwi liti te O'nMroM-Cst-i'en-biu.tt- .'' tii' ! dsorohte sJMinado. tw latvnd' ed vtetiat netted hfei chair an Mteed It trtreetenractr rrf bis heal Tho two offloera halteS. fvoyle. recarnwg a cirtra demeanor, Drroueh the etfellMt self control which bad hecotab oao sf bib vataahU aobeta la his hnstneoa, spot easily. "S von don't wmit a Mend. Old fcTtowr' Avery lowered too chain "No." be snorteS. "not any Meads that ars coppers. Thieves sre bad rnotfgh.'' The potnt of th reply did not escap DoyTo. "WeTT." ff I cHritBv iav be responded angrily, "jon got me for an enemy all the real ' - s mow umPlO Lwytrs Scr -- IMmAknk (Ko. 41768 ) Vol. 17 X, T, H IL.brpd hr Kugocr Iluckar, Qeorgelown Ky Aahlnnd Urook wag foaled 1903, aolld bny with iioii uinu root wniic, it a uanilR tilRD I'KOIOHHK. Birod by Hilfnt Urook, No. 176, record 2 1C 1 2 the tire of Margaret Bathgate, 2,11 BUI Brok (3) 2:17 M, Lady Bell brooki, 2 17 Jennie Brcok, (4) 217 H. Elliott Ctcne 2:18 Udy Brjok, E:Jt and Running Brook, 4, 4, BBBa)a raWBISJ . V 4-11- -44 EXCITING INCOUNTCR IN COURT rtOOM AT MONTICCLLO CURES CWera, Gates, LiMberaeck. Row. Cmktr. ' GAPES ONE DROP OF trill la , mo an -. rr Hrrfcoea and an . iitt -- er Poultry I H H (Ho!inrtt lOpnbllran ) i. dlfflcullr ofiirroI bnweea juoga o tide and Judcn H. J Ilortram on C Kaunedr and kin lirutlir.r John nn the oihur, la tb Circuit Court roooi 3 jWjr-- . -"- - M. an. tessirntscd PENNY'S J t, ,.-- ;t y -d vcud K llb-rm-lUr- 4.IM4 -.. J. . Crssst, Ky. DRUG 8TORE tv VkNFORO,. U.iL.UU.n1m Prist M tl all tastes. WJ H I - I B - f! ft. I' a' V'' f i- - f Kmaadr wr opiotie iror er uirriniiii, iw, cm. ta Circuit Court. Ue Wr. of BwircbJU;bt 2 : moi llartraia U .It arcan.at mI Urlaarll.Iit. iuifa 1 DOWHTHETHROAT OF A "GAPEV CHICKEN DEC ad VaJna. 2 o. UU'I ea "Uk No. lMriuiight .(red by Alcyua Kaaaadya tJkarMlar. aad Jilo K- - jjj. racora a 37. Aakland JJrook Trial TROYS THE WOBM6 AND SAVEa'THffCHIOKtrUJWe.. jt" at TTBtUc. Dark Day UI Hlrrd by U&IW Dan aa kr a4y rpll4 uilac w -r AaUlajid Wllkn. -- '; foeled Augiut JB01, liutiun tarr tui. un AFEWCHOPCJ N THE DRINKING WATER CURES Ckvrtor 13a If, a by Btatc atrr) tlie aire of 1.17 -- ,. Jnd at Village Ytvtn, B-- t Aurora N It. ho ky Kbkfl WUUub IT. lat aaai amIt.. . w..r..no. BiJIt To K. Gentry. 2 0. . . li . Unit dam fllrl l.v n.- - Tovniviri' 1N41 AND PRESENTS CHOLERA, DIARRHOEA A.iblaud Wllkn died by Z Aii.e-riel J .l AND" TH Hint, 4yer-owita wa(r alek.r by Jfc r.rord vTT Z .. V. alM .mU m,J e TT --" :n 14, .lie. of Battl-to- n, 4 yr n. i ii j- Lilly, br Pre- - n INFECTIOUS DISEASES. " I'uiamni BVnfl! sad ar Wllka. iKond dam. Rldo ! m, Aiu,ricnii ll.llo lyr -7 Jltn Uon" ONE .OTTLE MAKES 12 GALtONS OF MEUICIMC. Wows ". M truck, J B. record .u H Had u oUirr. In I 10 : UIF th.c REME ,. -. . -' ,..,j ": iUvb -- Mkltt S ky rarawiM .,. u- -. - '""'"-i- y ., ...... ua aiaai C.UIPI, Jrtl . ''.J H".0" ,,f """H Aahland Urook ii a bandootne M BY AND SAVE YOUR CHICK6. l t I 1. ir of Onward Hllver 8 ijKin. y rarnTar, ay r low wIU lott or aubatanro; Imn a ina arouiaaa iayrit tt.au "" l -4 and 170 others In Uir 2 20 lUt ro, mil iltvin ItrlaW 0 br Caaalac- - tk. aartU th w . Imlil fflp nf I'nlnr with wonderful nnwoni yiu Mml kj, Gooruo wilr ! i year I rauwi auadreda of anirlr , i.c(J.. utrla and actlou lift oldest hu'iii i iM)urriiMri: ttft kr IM- dul nl .,,l..n,..i u. n ........-- . . B,rt"m Ur" ,rl,r UU aprl nK and tb ry arc all odp could Hourko- - Poultry Cure. On eeroral IttorZihS teeoud Unm IHirrnm, ilred by liain AlRiont Urua "U. aat.raj .b. and 1, knno KUC 1276. aire of 76 Including lioroc wlUumt tba KNlPE AND KRUP. Ju3e of Wayyne couatr ,XBW;. rn".Tn-- . with occa.l.ia, I .... ., . . bearing rood colora .....- .. .L . werebare cured cblckenn wliU'curc ......u.w . rD v.. ...J.I.. n .. .. 1'iif.HT t t'..M - wai . vk. . It --Ttk of Uaiior 2 94 ".. l.ord ller- at pieuiy oi aiw, who wuuuitiui biti"- it iai "'"un; , tick tnay could not 'COL. t. H GAITHER, Harro"3burg, - - 14. Ho4r at Iiw r:06 a v. , T . .k . - .. j and nrtlnn It fa to Tie remembered itaad nn w H v oli of n lilr laar u nulla wltk tk baa4 Uriattralln .tw ......i r lu a id i . m juj, . ...... Uor. int tir lrd we jrreai rsauir ... eiiii -"hii-u- k rir' l hi, Fr.ANK P. p..i. k r.... it...i -' vuu,, 4"e . Collet, b,- U " a, rla.r. I hate "r.."'. N.tn floa, th iv.. bnlur --rich kr-- .lu. .howaLi. MU ""'" ."- " t'rm aad wa. r,a , -t ffU,r aerer defeats In ber threw aearly flftrkeen r.l.l.r chicken. raad b "lir of 14 In Ih,, ileU.r.r.r y..r, harne.a or roadster VT V., 7'.ura. ' noT. nourbon Pou as 2 ,UI SuparrUor la aitis dia. Th by HiraUirooro, barfar Uou v.ar old nd -- be war fwcond to tne try Cure la t- - most -- Uctoir tV ram it. W Init nfi H if k kU- r- - ?H- at It -- ; ratotnmeadad for uli to at Ur. XI Id the Hit and ctiuUra ttbat 1 have WHS.Krt J. MfLTON, Craig's tk, dUi ky .Mr ' barnptaEdaa Uay In the iiifU-- e dy forused a. Creak, l'he- totM in H (I -- RADE Hdwardt Mh ila.u at Itankfort Urt eir arer villain, by Albion, etk da ' "!' Ptd at a -- OOD WARE ...... nrriraatt fa- an av u.- - .He hki to bli credit aereml prouiU-. - MRS. W. W RALSTON. Hank.nr.Ill., 1 ,T,ir,i 7it dnui yl by . lwp not lo.t a 'aickea by sic a .. .. . nUF-- -. .. Ulluuir- - tf- - I. 'UIII j ,rt- n m ui i'i .. ninnan, uirta yauroius iuni tit isir 10 rky( iiiuw njkNo Chief ...11 U. E.aa.dy. , nck ycuae.r b. hot eo.ipaay In C- u- .Bow rlnr tbU -- r.ry year I bad tkat ad . ,w 1L iii'". or U i''?2 w.rM.wi loelar. fr.m " y L-I" --r H 71 to a kuadred ck.ck.n. "I .rv.M IS year ad, u r.xy Dare tk.a b. . " trie, f.U all upk,er wuii iw- - raaliua. Ll aay AiWand Brck will make the pre- - I cm. a Kittle of liourbn. Poultry Cur, Mine uf Many J COOMES, Hardin.- -l. d .lie ! aow 1 bare .00 viro. by Dlcalty Dar. iwad THE lOUND to lanure Wvlac ,. cnleken. ! aiwved Warfl-l- rf -- ... T II rra OF 000D .aat i.a.ua ar tU ..." a -v-i "tapey" oa. amour tkecn. ud ,. M llat.' - .,' W urn- U. Uf ill ,.' 'U,, . rirPDtjl'ltr atnlllou l.i vl. tl.l..... HI1ITU ....... .l . I lull ",..8' .'lNNIE - tTCVENG, Lynrt. . I avJVbrruTfc; C?S lBiMlle (: To .ay b , k arr Lr i V- a- 1 1 . kAe aad aar -- e, iulitsM j r;- - P.rLi -- r si. --U"-t fM- - oaly l IHirf wtKriit f!co U ltt 7 - .r" - it U a auwiae .i. " ada T trie a tkt Lc.f.K- r., h- ' Sort-ar.-t- l.., rcmblaad la n.oii. y-ikilie tfch iuU1tle Me Hv4 Ba CWlr. but for uajx-r- Bwirbo- - Port Tr mw fwl t h.ahk J W B MoSRT.fAN Clendeane IX ww f Ikaif lt,ll bat tbew'twinc try C.r. la tk be.t of all. Uy -- itiKv "J kar. no ..U wLB I t kr tk ec Wlaata. ay.oa.Iy klctU, -- nd tkur ,r acb yanitiilJ ckltfn: ret Ko. 2SSC katcb wa. M little cklcM aad out of ly vitAtU I lot ,- kva f ' ' ,..u ...J r - -w -b nmuj av- -u tar a t. itiikp bin a atalllo. cjaiir H.- i, t r He oa LVurty .k iU. til to V.I . A 3. II. 11. Klnr tB r that anl-f- r I rsli II .3 Bt lite iUlcc-- S o. 5uriia Poultjft' no-- --- r -- r "7 npeX Hnly feet luntir. I mr Uir fid .ad It! U. iwjKlta wf BESSIE V. SHEARER, Clumbia, Ky. alc, dare U7 H wltn tt ntu alia ttaad a Tr " m and Hw ar. pcrfiM'4 tad vkea eeu line l K vc-ae and Monrboa Poultry Cure --mw m VII U kicvr wtl "r -dowa I ka? w.i lhr" "s Maaty of till. toe. atyl- - tb. e ,lk? 1c .. UI. couaty Ullyworking a in -nod raa with ,rer- TM7 -11. .r. mwk .1th kit fCi'tWn .alt frlenna .1! A ff' . ;IIU vrwil l..-l- v ..... .. ..--- w ..... ia... .... a.im .... lw h. - ..r--u.n a -- ....-. ,v or Vrs.- . .i- -. -- HtLBcwko are a.-- r IlfiMi willm- k..., - tlfa , . ... .. iil m,,.- -. " --- -". -.. noyuJ ,U3, aytkla u.l. It It .ay U.y hare a wci v.. - Miren I a.v.r a, .. Yew -- exile) e. t'. .Jb.re K r inmai rrwearU mUUii it , -- ri um .an. rr ' like d rHLrtick, aiy -kt jair e knt oit atirn br- oJowl lnre u.lc It To- - -- ill ay you m I iSJ fori br-t- -)' dlt'oo l lti5. he ky OtrTlme, 745. he b'( rat raiw4kl . kovii i ki.w Uat wan jacKten, r.r MRB. J. D. COX Ltvr-neiu- r. -X Ur yor nti m.k t aeer l.jkr... at a better oac "JT" a h.te , ViBI ... .. I -- ,.. I ua aiu UullU Mountt. S524 vms b th- olfl Douitxr BaT. CUTM no d liour I.lifi o aatl )toTirlo n Ta .. .riiei. i. .. in. oaiy iii;on , k.... .1 riv. h iC-t- r. - n.i T f fehitrK 1.drr(nf-'- t P.itlfi tnt.J tri aal Taaaer f,. tki.t bi T ui l. tk t'Mt brood tare not ! i BtU' flf.t tm Htp, S.7J. .1- - 1 Ut, ,.f lound that will cire taaerl """'- drlBkf,1 a,r it la kax Mamkria ! NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. ky Bird 114, k kT r.ld Ki.c It ka. ( rd r.ry .hlek.a I kare itrv."- E. JOHNSON Tin. irv(ei, two Uaoikrlno Pack., o. W. tao ION. Lexinntan. 7t. Harris' .aw oy ho b ea It J. A. LYNN, two t'kltf. ca. Chli.e. oa. Tk. Mult. rill JtoIIer 141II Cor-- 3rd --aaa ky Deam.r. MRS. e PrcIWIlle, Vn. Ky. Ow-.y, o.a (Jcrrr Wilke. oa aya .oryoratl.a aad- - Ue law ? .ni.r. y 41 fotirtb dan oae Nutoi4. on ritrttbiaort, .tat. f IC.atucky doiac kudu... - Jim il.tl (tharoaebbre. ) more trottlby crKij tkaa aay .lai-llflsrr crrANf-n- o tk, twa f Ha.t.BTllle . .. tacky , NOTE Klc Karle- - - a c"mMn- -d tvo ... .STANP-ORQKY, --wnilna-ad Sit Ik nllte ta new clla . w iwy & sou. It. kinlai aa :. OANVlLLE. KY. i braeiler or flue- - oir and -tf-c-Tk YTartlplU Is by Dure --VtII. I4ISS ufaaek .leg, rill BMAU n. -eow rreratloa ... MAfT&rt, KY. - kaUt olaln tTaand wlts. .Iber ct' harnt j. S all rwt-- rd . C5. Hr by klambriao ktlar 1911 at iw Vara ajvJa.t It will reeaaat tk av 'rIt. j.t.tjilt tbty1. win iictloii Heek- -rf at the rrts .TW'KN CITY. KY. 1.7V ii ky Utunbrino Pulca-It b went f (HnaXerA. Ky knw. a. a. L. T the I6P the m kl.rce- - J. II AtrUVer - at SIM to l.y Uiuabrluo I'bl.f II. ISta.ford fair, aad tc? tiuu Tv- - a nn C24t, br litUoawr m.,ir(. n. Ilvhtc; . by CblniPK Duck Eggs, lt a- -d wtlf --Wa SAFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN , -- d.fwtlnr Oerr fopr of the fj jg yj R g g R R g For w- , Hi" ih4- - U tk rartle $1 eottlag f 12. Rer PeiMfH - ITil. - " Mt... .- -.. " the ;.t, of K1 B4-iriili' bent anil PeULTRY. , , tt w,c t0( ,m .' .4t C4to fc.l fc !.: 1).II a. rrrat winner Ile.Lnr. THE Indlam Runner c knovn as the h-- 24 fnr ut National illAt.ril .uke-a- t Ih. che.mploa-kljM,n la'" - aa"la -- n"Te roataia -.- opl.to. " H.mxl.burr. .wntorU- - r-- -.e h fr Leghorn of, the ductc family for egg;.. Pot It wrn-aot 1S9S, rtat. 4. flr.t 4tHnfori flOTre akow In Ky entrie. and dafeated'the colt tt.nt 14 I bi Crafar UUrt .) , Jl Mr. D. E. Proetar, Phone 193. lB, v To.-- Ir o out of h'ee " - . '' klaek. Kar aajmful --ruai. Tt cenalan Taler'nitliU .take. .;l"nil Hor.n Show-- kow claw .' ov,v -- tyl Horfo brine i u m.. you - re - Haar aad Tar CarMd I. - . v,,i lcort3 are flral . 1. . Kff! ... .... .. EUFF ORPINGTON i.n-- . alliiinl llftrr KkfrtrjinK .. mr, iiMtt u in l.a.ll. u it I.w price. KTnt Canle will make the.' tu, Bkacra td Tanner Egga For Sle 15 for SI ; ..rt Nutlunp1 present aeaatin at trie low irrlco or JPi rfho-- v MIC, rUvft kr to lo fuucul In sCct-.- l Wrn- C C. WITHERS, R. F. D. No. 2. U lasur. Urine; ll.re HUow 1?0U. nisi. -- . uri rai llckT ,(c , S hsnfli lBPhM hi-- u TO TRAVELEHS. "Phone 1431 1.2. ...Hkl llorue rthow 1J90 claf. 10 flr.t fh(. Jcnr8 oIU 1(, bwlutT See him WAR TRACEItaelim llor.t. rihow 102, cla.a "J; re- - bV.r. booktat your raanv. I aa. tie arat tnford, Ky. la Uis .eetlon auaV- - l.. la kr tb. not.d PrMtun ne lkita Home Hlio 1102, claa tor ia. ui-- at Aierlra Htejinwhlrl We wilf nUo stand the rretit ."Monit lioston Home -- bow 112 iKt r,no 0f K.at.cky'. creatMt .ad- i; Imported stack Huff Orpington eggfi manr. arrf all polnU. War Trace iiosioa iiorv. -- no3: ITston Uy wain- liBe t,a gliu l.r.odroeerve llosUm llor.e .tionr Jo' dam I.urll. by- Fee me.t wha European tr.iri'Umr JJack fpr Jn- - Rt J10 fur I1Wk rpr 75 cents for 1 Baby chicks $2 per a l14, lllack tht.k f 2. lllv. Vnr Trace Is bliick with, wliltp- - poiW! ozen. Mrs. W. J. Haltxclaw, Stan-fo- r. W. LAND.RAF, ad dam Uattlv Show I'JI!. elaMi 1. thkrd U(au IBKk. mred hr Itand. Ii1ki, He Ky. Ky, Route No. 1 'Phone 533 N2: Morao Show l'JOS. clan. 7 Ha alr ,taw. br Koblnaan Yermrat, by (Irittt Kkiteni lb he by imp. TPnyr -. ""r? ol ' r'" Ike Hoan ldvl 'l I)ell- - Unuchtrr MaMkUKoal- -a wa. t. that port Tor I1.X) Ilia-dacom Holen 2 06 f TOU Rit to brfHf1 to ,,ne 0f Ui..A RELIABLE MTDICINE NOT A ,h S. A. HILL We Tt.v- Hamlin Z ID :1V S4. iru NARCOTIC la Lincoln county at a rt Urefl-iof flnast .train Itedfor ! Star, to by mm f M Jo Mich.. J. l. -J -- - I 4. ware uctii, jr.. - Single Comb Rhode raaabl pn will be takon aa. ana "Cur little M.ru, contt"teJ n sev-ny - dain Island Hedtr, Stnrllit nt our go,, preboto Will mnke tlii proient frcaton t't'itk and eEK" for sal in sensou. II - Thin Jack aerri- - nnfy a fw NotMcKluney, Ky., at iaat acvldent. !K not ra.ponalkte bronchial trouble and aa the doctor" but L. No. 3 Lcncastw Ky. larui oHa mile from fenn, R" (kbould any occur. If marei are trad- - .medicine did uot cure him. I Rave litn Mnres In his trree yosr-oltil to' Inture n llrlns colt. nl.s HrMt coltn ntue lust spring 'nr i .J ... ....J I.V. .rtn.n.t Id ilila tf l..lrtt. Ilfl..... r.n. r , ifino strain S C vVhito I.eRnoras-IIhiv- j mufe m . SON. , S. M. OWENS which I have srent faith, it cured iill.5-"!r.lr-iw r.tat.ed on colt, for ro- rnw nnlVit laylag strala. less $1 for 15 --s- -ri iiiuiU vLri i, ' "fSJ -. j'n MeKlnnert 1Xt't mm- - tllcf uublk-- thf twtirrrt r piti SON, B. EADS iioiicb n well as tlui choking and i apelln, and i roc well In a sluvl see Mrs. J. IJ McICm, Kine JIoKUtnln Stanf.rd, Ky. il Kl4t hn Vt.tirM jtavn. Cf w an 'laaav, fnlr w... 'H.vyil- -l 'W,k iiu l t urin rtraO ft sa wf vim vi iiiviiu BRIGHAM YOUNG. lltue Foley . Honey and Tar Comoml'to none Thin Jack eftonM maVn tkraln yoar. 'round, layera of large, pound bio: nmnv timee snved us much n, lack- for he has 'ho ....... ..i uoublr and ,, - .h.--- t In "T".1 ionnvt Will t.iak. tb. eaon of IS 11 at tuy Harrod, Plymimrh Kock esss. C9c .h.bouae. Shuttr,andTanU A. C. Alfnrd. StanfoH, Ky UcKlnnoy. Ky. nt the low jiluce near for ID. llnbertt B. Carter, Stnnford, OU to Inunre n lirlug colt price of U FOR BALH OR RENT OLD INTER 24-- . Ky., K. C D. N. 2 2 Inch., bleb Ul- - XOh I will stntid my fine bhcttand 1'hU Jack I. II ha-- di EQUITY 8. C. Brown Leghorn eggs, 50 cent JOU.JNAL CUILDINC ABOVE polnta. flue .tylfc )io Pack for tk. Beaaun ot 1911 at whlt ulnrk Tlt per setting. Mrs. J. M. Cres, R. F. C ... , Plym-u- tb .grout bou aud foot and hn. proved tk. farm of B. J. Ktnbry on tke uau- - --- --Rock p?rs. For We wilt alHO otfer Tor public sei No. 4 6tanfor. 'Phcu- -s 380 G. L His colu oa.ttr lkr. at 110 to Insure a llvlns BANK. er. APPLY TO L. Ri.bttlQHES. hiwbolf a crU finest breftlnu. Our Jack. He t vice thlic trreat tUarmd ot kv ''STANFORD, KY. tha top pricM. It oclt alway. Ji -- lack ntoh white points, tils he- ,ned, nml laree, bis e thL Jack before Dock t. ne of the t ra Pkei-- ' wilt pay y.u t nnd oat. foot and bone aro secrmrf well burred. IJ.g 15 for 1,- - 100 for lnnd v.r broutbt to Kentucky. H "JjfeeiHna your mart- -. Foley's Kldn.y Pilla ot In con-- i to none, with styte and action U BUF ORPINGTONS, CON, 1. nlr-- d by Imp. Rlun Ryo; 1st dam S, M. OWENS form lnxradicnte ot ostnti-- J a mil5 He Is slroJ by Yelborien. Tjf. i.ay. raoy wotfn. Taer ray. $5. 31i. S, K. Dudderar. It It. Nt. 2 by Imt. Bobbin II; 2d dam Imp. Na-o- c.alruttl .IrKlnney.-- y 1 tor 17. llKhrd th. value fu rthe relief Jr., Onrf dsm br Dr. Wood, second I Icttee- Ky. BS by Imp. Tlobbla I1L I id cur. of all kidney o bladder nlT-- dam by Imported Jack. Yelbeton. Jr.. W, BHN. WHiAREN, sianrarov. ry. I a beautirul bKck and wblt. II. t'olay. Kidney Pilla ar tho slle of hqnlty. I no at the he.f ' -- . C. Oescent strain, white I.ptj. plaadtdly rnark. and an ar'et.crat tou!c aa Itefiw of Mr T It. -- dam.' herd of JennMa.' Indian Uuaner Duck ckjm rt--a a r,m - 7r n. rin all mar. Jmt 40 lnrkes Ms aad tb. ubtitr.t. Ukiuwra, a Tanner. laykae strata SI r aeKins sf 12 i.Ht at Leurlnuton, Ky. nHe ti ea aiw. v. ..i. Ert w, you In AfPeptna- - thla laev fnr tmhlf . Ber. UI Ia. Afl .Y rArm ru.al,a mmwnnl . pen of Dlamoad strafa Y.'hlto Leg the C.ntur; tvmir, mil 8. or-- EMBRY,aver Cared by Ih. Marw.l of SO J. JR. e are offwrlne a c-t vie we feef sure Y.art. for Wooi Lovell, IL. F. D. bornit. bended br Imported cock. Mrs U. a. Ky. e,reat breeder for competent JudRe. jjo. ! Lizzie Davison. Phoa. 15 Stanford, blood polaou lu aur I Drive, out say that he wns the tpst braeder ----. vrncnUy without duR itowtromer, counly, his colts always, itte, wltli pur. bounlcal lni:r Daci-- d worcury. Ptymouth eggs for sale. $1 ( brlnntnr. the hlahest prlcea. EGG8 ROR HATCHING. This jrrest Jack will mak tbe pr - .f - E IA. Aiao Indian Runner dau. To proe it w. will .end yuu a Duff UrniiiirtODa..SI and St nar IB ThlB nfflrkf Tini ..- .tn1Hr , ! mt1ra . -8AMFLC TREATMENT FREE m wrwan. hw I1A ?.. aM uinav UI1U f ll ttc ti. Mrs. Andor-- c. Nn.Waj.MUck I If you have ulcers, catlnr. 'r,.Jl for n tU Inneti to Insure a 11vIk colh AY U ut Ikli ut uiy plac oa tb bunjora, iu-l- n. the above mentioned stock wtll Utv'U. JtuaU. Morebuul. Ky. Farm Ilange Sliver Laced Wyandotte aelllK luutu- tnr "h. nann nf iflii at the will in. i .,,..,, ,h u u...k n ' 1 atsnake thn Present Reaanu oF . iicbo., Uwd paina, onenjue iinupu, hanks' farm CO cents for IS. mllos from town on Satisfactory batch He l. on. ol the flnsst broedeu. our ,tsn,e ? ,.2 mle west of erupllOBj. lake B. B. B. (Botanic thP Homerset pike. Stn Th. m Flflhtln. Sana Chickens. r guaranteed. u- -. In the county. He I. alroo. k, Ckeater font on- - the Shelby City pike. Ware aynipion d UU). All THE GPEY BRISTS. He Is a black Jack with white point Miss Anne H. Tribbie,. Danville, Ky. Tka prattlest Fowl, la Ua World ily, lliood In made pure and rich, five vr.ir old. 14 hands hlrh and Chief, he by Chester Ad air; 1st dam, traded, parted with or bred" elsewhere body nag without our consent forfeits the In "lc. 'et.ly changing Uio entlro needing. Kirs 1C tor 1X00 by Marlon Squtrrul; 2nd dam by Uilt 'noujp. surnnce nnd money becomes due at new win serve mares at 98 to Insure n Kdge; rd dam by 8. J. EMBRY. JR. Your tongue Is coated. On Time; both, by time of such transaction. au a clean, -healthy - condition, hcuk.. iv.ni. v.rti, unn.v iiia winn mm . nr Fur fur . ..mi .n.M "" a.nnnin o. mi In- Your breath Is foul. ....(, is parted with. -Cray Haglo. on or'address, ther Information-cn" ro Ii lUhlnc curing tho worst niaro PURE BRED POULTRY Headaches come and go. an. M. LAIR, DritEulsU or Mgutfoot Is a son el borse, 16 hands J. noison. India. Runner Du.k eegs It for 12 fin. 'cas- - of I snow that your These symptoms S. T. HARRIS . ROBT. WOOD3. at.nford, Ky. Ruff Orpington etgs II 15 high, has tine style. H0 is the best .j pun umujc uorrLw R. 2G-F. D. No. 1, hy ezprr, BAI-wit3. Phone ror h0lno .ure. Ktllah Halmon Far. rails . for 15 stomach Is the trouble. To remove bred saddle uorse la Lincoln county dlreou Stanford, Ky. MRS. 8. J. EMBRY, JR. liy writlnK Blood Halm the cause Is the first thing, and Chora and alio tho best Individual. Ho baa Pie sent free nta, Ga. Describe your berlaln's stomach and Liver Tablets, Company, Am , medical advice glvon. FINE PROPERTY two colts a ready and they are tbe Pure Crecs-- nt S. C. White Leghorns. will do that. Easy to take and most trouble and frev . Tannor, Stanford, you over saw. FOR SALE AT McKINNEY Bags for setting. Miss Lizzie Davison, finest effective. Sold by (J. L. Penny. sold by flhngara Phone 15. Will stand him at 110 to Insure ' "" nn -- u.TB HA UNT SWAMP87 Desiilng to go Into othr business, J. D. Steenborgens sells, builds, rePERCHERON STALLION. Iron gruy llviiiK colt. Pure bnd Black Mlnorcas pairs and adjusts scales at rocK Ii to fear a fan- - subject to register, 7 years old, weighs E.g. SI per s'ttiag will Mil the following property V70 Xa, novor. Its fool, prlciw. See him for prlcea beioro Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford. e uro real nnd i CiO pounds will tnako tho seabon of locnted opposlt,. the dejiot at McKIn-ney- , you buy. Address Cmb Orchard, Ky, olid ovll, when thei ard ngnlnst In 111 ut my home on the old Isanc Ky. dondly jiorlls to ju ivous. nnd low iiltolby jilacL. two inllus south of Shel-b- ) Choice White Wyandotto cockerels. One IS room hotel, nwainps nnd mnrslipn. b mlnrln peruis t tlSO for 15. Mrs. J. N. Cash, Tho best magnzlnc In tho world Is land.. Theso lire tho l City on HuBtonvillo pike at SI..50 One livery bnrn. l fovor, wnak -- tautord. I ns u re a living colt. tuat oaure nr.no. chills ini nd muselcu to tli" Saturday Kvonlns l'ait. It has G0x80, One with side Thla hnrn Vk'flu lull r nnntlv ahln noss, iwlu'g in tho bones i liliold Dut THOROUGHBRED S. C, R. I., REDS utoro good, high class short Ilctlcn FOR OUR PRODUCE, I'ooiiid, will) atoolc of merchandise. may Indure deadly ty in from Oklahoma, whore his colu ' PAY iind casts out red Fgas for sals 21 for 15 than uny other magazlno published am IiviiiIIIiik Initios, wukoiii and Parties ileslrliig tn so into th hotel t'.lcctric Plttera destroys nna to blood, GQUUled thii very best In their class. ' Yard.. Issued once a t tvlll eo htm beforo booking your mart, funiiln. IihiIpmiwm. and have u.l ll. ,w nn,t IncaTlou l,.l,,e.u inske0- -Imported Cock -- tantoru, rnono . and is Know what tb, weolc. All tt rnl. theto vloloiis gcrnm from n malnria M' WALK-- R, lfldlea the find hi. a nue Ladlos item. VI "Three botlpg drove all the ur "retwolt iun iun.il iu jyrtivrii. Journal is; and It's now l uwl twice a tooil nrico to rluht B.irMtw Call Irom my Bystom," wrotp Win. F 1 fine cupo put not respcmtj.blo bIiuuM an Lut tke Interior Jwirual If you want hens that lay In winter, a month. 4 MASTfcrM or Il -- . fMilS. !u tho Want Did nn or Luonmn, N. C, "nnd I've ba, fe oucur. IrlVtnt.U wueu c6gK are high. Cet tbe S. C.ord.r either or both of Uieso for yon, I oh ii save IipuUIi uvor slnoo," Uo this G. S. SHELBY. '" uhi iiienov. w. H. ljir. Ho "vr -irue Kggs $1 for 1. W.gr .il In yur ronewnl of sutaorJfi imtt Orpingtons. Shelby City, Ky imody only 60 cents at Penny's -- t.tfoii, tluttonvll.o C o, ij P Kiuould, Phone 1... Stanford, It can savu you iiioiioy. store. aad KENTUCKY. la UontlccUo Uooday tflrroooi Tbp facta a i hare kerd Uiam arc about ai followi. Judc udm! la a TIE WMFIELI Almirt Dm. 3221 Juif Hrtri ., in u. rnct iiih Juf',. ?;, Bourbon Poultry Cure 1 lf. --.- ... j.j.. .. d re-oo-l r -- rrd S,"'VJ,,!r,f:,-"'.'-. t uiirtniwiiiM. rn.d " t..i,j ' lr w" :rorl 1- lw' l.. '- te -- rit 'p' . '7 ... . ... ,ir ,.-..- I ir. " .' "" "-..- ,,. i. d. yra " "" t- nra ll, ... cv. to. hJJicu" !.. ,? 7 i f. Kt " wl. f' ... "" "" -- a. tt r. ..'" y";;' Ji', , i HUu, ... rai -- wl,k.,, .-- il ' ifr2. , i -i- jr - l.,nal .r.'. irtu a-- wT, .U.,, C- "t Ut4 D- . etettH .- --. C-- mir i.i. --- -- twkr ,.UUi Crra4a at ... kt ki.e k- "p . !.;; .r, ..... ,,..,, .w... . -- V rvr 'rH. ,ir . VJ ..,. .v dti-iae. ii-- aa. -- r! i-- t- to "rT. 1J .(. .terI . h.'"iwuVP' ..rlf" n-.r, 1- -U - u rlir ...!! Kv'" IL-ibri- -e rJ. BlMk Jte 1 ' tl. i.i. '''t rrc n beo-f-i- . -ta 1 Yn f- iJt. hk t. ri-e- vr. .. a... . -- rtTr.. w-pm- -mi, t- - l- -'i 1 ,. f.t , . -- cii lfU. i- ' .'""" o. rrt a P-- - RZ EO rr F.r t,i kwa-itif- . n iibi -. it.. ko to intl' 0b - EKSCKHKBH ta ,, uuatr in rtj, 'ayn-abw- ' 2 k , lr Hri brie cr !,.;.. in,r,. 1 .'vri-a. b IU - d r...... "r - cig-rjo- .. w- -. )ock . br-d- '"'ivnu ..,.. .JVT - r' ..r I br-u- ebt ". ' n - nt Bld Poisoa aniV-lopU- ro-t- iv. I i.,.i Sam Kecne to 2 d&yAithwtt ..--- taD. tor, ion fr .. ' a. 4 - . ll'-i- .k es - -- ,., ,r ... .... h -S ng ALTO, Dot-tor- n oCouis jones, Stanford, Jfy, .tore-hous- o 1 !"""" t f' i. rrl ., t vi ' 'mmmmmnim mirtixm ;iii Our Sale Ends Saturday Night! Kt 1 jQ MENS' ALL WOOL 8UIT8. In This Big Sale You Get The Benefit Of . QQQ Hand-Tailore- d HATS. WORTH CLOTHING, And We Almost Give Them Away! at MENS SOX .39e All Wool, Steton'a. New Spring Ooecfs Standard Brand 4.00 Ira t n go at $2.98 pf..00 Sntta go Rt 518.98 S.nft 2.88 SZ.60 I. ,4J POR 15 DAYS ONLY. Your last Z .. 149S chanca. 12.48 18.. HATS AND CAPS 15.00 10.98 .' J2.S8 12.fl 8.68 J.VC9 Hats H 2.15 8.W .3.08 io.es 3.D0 John D. 10.50 Hox to 15 1tc .10 .OS , LABIE8' HOStt eoc 84f 11c SOMK BROKEN LOTS OF OUR OLD STOCK LEFT OVER TO 00 AT $2.98 QAN YOU AFFORD TO BE THTFO 2.80 . l.iO 1.08 ..1.81 f.V8 note bow at l.M .1 1.12 77 .18 .... 19c 11c IN ORDER THAT WE CAN PUSH THEBE GOODS OUT WF. HAVE PUT THK9H PRICKS WITHIN REACH OP EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD. NOW IS YOUR QOLBEN HARVEST TIME FOR ONE. HALF THE MONEY. THI8 NEW 3PRINO STOCK CONSISTS OF CLOTHIND OP ALL KINDS, LADIES AND GENTS' SHOES. ODD PANT8, HAT8, CAP8, SHIRTS. ALL KIND8 OP PINB NECKWEAR AND PINE HOS. IERY, LADIE8 FURNISHINGS AND DRY GOODS THIS IS NO FAK3 8ALB. WE ARE CONDUCTING THIS SALE OUR8ELVES AND ON THE SQUARE. JUST A CASE OF CHAN3B THE CLIMATE AND BKTER MY HEALTH. HERE LISTEN. WH WILL 8BLL THIS ENTIRE J3B.W8 8TOCK IN ONLY FIFTEEN DAYS AT PRICES QUOTED WHERE OTHERS 8ELL TO MAKE A BIG PROFIT. COME EARLY AND GET PICK OP OOODS, THINK OF THATI A BIG STOCK TO PUT OUT IN LINCOLN COUNTY. drrr one on a work suit. BOYS' KNEE PANTS. New Goods. Knickerbocker -. m 910.00 Butts B- ANYONE CAN AFFORD A HAT AT THAT PRICE. New Goods J8.S9 .E 08c 04 Quality ODD SBe 18 Of All Kinds. S1.88 New Pant, 18.48 5A r.03 &60 S.08 4.14 Jurt From runts at PANTS. New York. Pake. QLOVES The Famatra N. & P, 1.M .79 .. .39 .. .18 5. 4.8 4.48 3.69 Z4W .8.00 .7.110 i l.tt ,, STOP! STOP!! Lt)8)K IVT8) BUB HBBBCT EVBt BIB. IT KVWH OCOUR TO YBU AN ALL YwUfl FRIBWB WILL BUY I1BW, ABB) AT THttl STORS. WHYf 1BWAV9B I All NOT SEt-LIYt)U LsT sV.ry, I AM KLL INS YU T18 8PRIIJ8H BTYLBB AT ONTC HALF PRI8B, BECAUSE I LEAVE STAMHY PPA KB. WHAT I HAVnT MSB FOB YU I WILL Bt AOAIN. WCALTM. Ht AND .&M uLUv St-- 4.98 - s.n ., nll ZKIfJ ajOU t"0 S.St 3.M Z.S0 SAME 1R STRAIGHT PANTS THAT SjfrLD FOR tfl, J and 86 NOW ..1.48 AMERICAN AWD 2.48 2.18 1.9 1.4B If. at eirmenta 2B UNBBRWBAR. t 'J ....ww. BTSflSe. .....909 it! t.9 Frt war GIN-HABS 1.80 SfMPeON S CBNT&. OALt-M-B 1.18 .77 18 wUej-- DRE38 and 12 AT TO X$ QUALITY AT t'VSe. ft.ca emaicr BUBKINB 8 , tt-S- eORBUBOY COAT9 AMB SUITS AT ANY PRICB. t ALL tX)Lt)R. NO I SERIES. YOU NEEB A NEW SPRINQ SUIT. CHNT, NW f 14 SEHTS. ft n. LAWNB 12 18 NOW 2 AMB 18C , ftUAUTY l.M 18 I Mtt M m 8MIRTB. a Hew cent vnty at '..12 2 2 nwti ywf WHITE: MUSLIN W.S0 New UNBBR-KIR- TB BHIRTIN-- 12 A 19 CBNT6, S, NOW 10 CENTO. geld fsr 7te ft m tjusuyr (WEAR .Me $l.6 8nI1tT .18 HANBKBSHIIP8. 1s .... tMsk u boys ,! 'iil Fa' .r 3 -- . ' tt. y "' BrW KNBK PANTS. Style. !, . t - Jt.Ttl LAWXt, Vo iv JC 4UALITY, A KB) van i unuiii nww 8PRINQ OKFtmtlB 18 AND u ....... . ...... ,'" ,.., 1 I fl.t .r4s ( , In All .78 .888 5 E. .39 t.tt SAME PRISfi m wRSPuma iM ' ........... 28 1.M .....W4I ,,,. t.M JUST CAWE easaeseBBeaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasavBBeBBBwBBpIv EASTER FURNISHINGS. For Easter we have made Spec, ial Purchases aside from our mag nificent stock of You must see our DRESS SHIRTS Coat styles, Cuffs attached, in stiff, pleatod and soft bosoms. A splendid assortment of DRESS CLOVES, $1, 1.50 and $2 a pair. We can always show you the new and snappy NECKWEAR. See our handsome windows thiB week trimmed with COLLARS and Ties Men's Lisle and silk socks at 25c, 50c, $1 and 1.50. LADIES' SILK HOSE, 50c, $1, 1.50 and $2. HL J. McRoberte.. Stanford, Kentucky J. L. Beazley & Co Hprse Shoeing, ' Shoes and Clothing UNDERTAKERS DALMER8. AND EM. ALSO DEAL- MAT- ) ER IN FURNITURE, TINGS, RUG9. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF 8TOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE BIGHT. STANFORe, : : Kentucky. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. The Kureka Portrait Co., a corporation uuder the laws of the statu of Kentucky, doing business In Stanford Ky lias beoa placed In the bands of a reclvwr. aii prsona aaving cisjms aaninsi 11 akrM Wo w vlU me not mtar t-- tjB JW 14 Ma that tbo tlmc Is hardly ripe for their Injection yot Th ;oople are not well enough edu cnted as to their advantages and posSHELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher sibilities, and we Tear they would tin considered too radical as yet They ro IN A8VANCE coming however and It won't bo long $1 A YEAR armOTLY until they will be recognized and ac Batered at tho jestofrtee at Stan- erpted aa tho only system of gorcrn-roen- t which takes the power away ford soetnd rfBBt nntn. from the corrupt toese and places where It belong In the hands of tbo DBMOCRATIO TICKET. reople thor.iselres. Per STndlt Judge. MeCrenrr reiterated hts position la HON. CRAIU.s.3 A. HARDIN, ITS RISKY. regard to that great democratic plant, ef Jfferee Ceualy WB HAVE THEW ALL ON THB RUN the election of United States senator to kny a sent ef yew nwa w4k-ou- t ,wht K cornea to snyalytai kW ejnute Col. Walton and aereral other state hy direct rot of tho people, aid weat bavH a fir 1naarg atMoe-- t lnateer k We kaow ef aeme 1 Itm papers hare asked Henator McCreary on record as favoring the direct prl- 'Amr imxrtr Vtter leiaeer. aslahty tew wlw a ry aa Kto tffiwnttaien, hla platform of principles miry system ror the nomination ef l a to' make hvt B Derate art pan rw m good. But eveai wkore our candidate, which really goes hand la m eetleyetMr.mmrom. tn retatwerIttoy more definite. Why don't they Brtv I en a be matched onr prfeen what thoy want! lle declatred hand with those other prosresvtre Yf to Wak it at njr ttmn. evi wHfc (tumWy (live aa ynur Beat erdor and favoring thP good measures the Initiative, referoslum the hMt feeautleM. W himself as heartily laM h It tnXee to in yuy enww nolle- how mnl tmatf sa a w Da they think be and recall. roads movement. lih a lew much amatter tn W. Hi has at hts finger's tips the one sola-- 1 To our mind the man who wtll bo Mil U. tetmmmr?TirT tlo of th good roads' proposition for the democratic candidate for governor jthe state of Kentucky? Several lcgle- - has exprejited hlmsolf well on the JL A MAMt tMaaOataa? latures hav0 considered (his prob- - matters at Untie. He bollevea that It ffwi;.gj lj'i. mw i leu, but none of them has yet besn would be wle for the democratic to device a good roads legislative ty to hold a convention after tb which, seemed to suit the peo-- mar) to announce a platform or prtn-plI or those who have been heartiest aclplcs. In. other words he Is willing to In favor of 8tate aid for good roads, accept the dictum of bis party aa to ia refnr itrh A nvnek Work. ! Mkl lu Ajti.wo mn tioii. mm; tllus li- MrCremy said ho favored a revision what it doelres to go before tho peo-o- r aoiit iia to i imt --w. W ntu ovf the Btate'd taxing system so an to n(9 ao ndvocallpg, suggesting mean-placyo WWniUf ana" aujHtitrm aritc1ku3t Utn mid wjrft Kl irft-t- i.l ow it on a tnlrer and more equal while bla enlistment, n tho fight ror y( Wi rr joor iiml-- iiil lit( lot. intfftS baiils. bettbr things for Kentucky. And no m Again, do his crltltb think ho has muter whaL platform might be adopt " ' . tho ramifications of a new tax law cd for him to stand upon, the deep rtintitl, Mj.. already mapped out to hand to the and abiding confldeuc0 which tho peo tyuttmmmi iMajuyipew 3'1L" I legislature Immediately ho la Inducted pic of Kentucky have In the ability, J.-C- . (into office? A number of "exports" Integrity and fnlthfulncsH or Jninea 1). tat Loulsvllo. hnvo been figuring on !c(Jrenry will mean more votes for this matter for several years, nnd Mm when election time rolls around fw W.A. CARSON, I PROP.-bnven't been nble to draw a bill yet than all the hosts of l-i-! i i.i l ..i YrM W.'."" " .m" legislature or con phrat.es which his opponont may gath whirls united tho SWWTjrl vliicml the country neonlu that thuve or atralnst hlin. Just think of what VBBLi BTjt- M Bf -. -Carrlago and Wagon WOrK CjOnO .IW.W snlmmlno f.tlinin. liia lii.. In m.f U'lttenn anlil nnd .Iiati tvf .a,I mh .... a. .14 I. VII UV !.. 11 II1DUII U J'i-U1IIVI I.U '.... strictly first class.. Any casting brok' over nl.lllllt, would enable the "In- - he's done. law that en, mended as good as new. All work terojts" and corporations to hldo more SaSoe"' WC ,0"e,t Part ' yUr of their taxable property. Then look W. B. Illdwell,. Secretary or the at tbo question of nc:ool Improve. State Racing Commission Is writing J. H. GREER. man Madison UNDERTAKER AND EMBALAIEHt Somerset St, Stanford, Ky. letters to papers highly eulogistic of endorses most heartily. Who can say .lfirio-- rk'flnni Tlnl tlin .IndffA hnrl hnt fyl'ArYPOt-- y. T V- n .1.'r XIT .v; ,. say . just what ateps should & ;ernc 'Phone 107 D9in rimno 30. TO MY LINCOLN PRIEND3 lQQk ft JecdI() oui. n lw h be taken to put Kentucky educational press !agent. "Did ' Is the correspond' 1 am now located on Fourth alrec . ..... , lu ll, forefront where she belongs ..,,.. ...,,, with the toot eculnpcd stable In Dan-1'8 b,e!",K UOn Wlflson b. TV,thu full of booats for Uovernor,,.., aiveuZ! fyttog many present bellow fpre bl8 elect,on' nU(l wo Mpetfatly Mvnwi3 tremmet , W'D' yot av, b on, chanced rfcat lue peoplo have bo Boon forgotten the A HORSE'S OVBRCtAT -- . D. P. LB8TAN. My now swing nud summer of ottoring o,d Hly rocontly ,n th0 br T no Jmn(l0(, Ulcm that Ic anile a bkinttoei We kave overy are now naney for your for Halo. Kestaurant, bakory, soda! things. ba-le- .t, kind fvom tk linartaU In tkt t Tipy eenifrlse the bant on tire nwrMR. ' progressives fountain etc., living room above. A What do thoso from tho fancy btonns rer roM nee I snn nll oayono m to pvlee wIm bmB good stand and splondld business. i want? Would they hive McCreary is etM--w M erder, A t.e to Mia plain bat servleansle one nmri Tbo negroes aro Batd to be solid U yrur ra en mire Is rafKeratfo The place is well furnished and the .declar0 for woman suffrage, tho Initio-the stable. Kvery Mn4 ef Btnble ntewnfl U ready rmi In t 8hm Btock of groceries cigars etc., are new tlvo, referendum and recall? Person-- ' ognlnst O'llear for govornor because too. Good, of eourrt, and recienakto ni3e te nianaarre dearisH eent Thia Is a good chance for some one all. ue would like to see thoto lost, ho wrote tho opinion of the Court of Ja mere MMn Mnwy maOv w mi waBV nrree. Tie? iMre MksH enim( l to make good money. For further thre0 true democratic principles In j Appeals wnicn turnou coiorea pupils -W l fM k to ew particulars s I II. Hughes or W. Ltho platform of every candidate aeek..out ot Daren College. -- . 6. MffftARY, Jrrtrf. . Stanford, Ky. jlag office in tho country today, but M, . RWPLBT, --a lyaMMent Tntftr. riE . l)5mi we too well rivullie n mtlfnl.ll n tt fBr-aia- . ( sug-Re- !""(. "t fm-N- Fresh Oysters STYLE. par-abl- o o SERVED IN ANYlCONCRETIPJG n-- e Tr)G B$T .! HIIAjIVQ nwpa 4it6. -- Carson's -.'L1 3TADF0RD Restaurant g MaCfisry, 1. --BBK ... &' B W 2& off-han- d "AtuiL'Zgl'10 'T 1' HMJH yyr fc .f nufr JWrp h--- "" Ji-. d 1 tr r-- .tm. st n( " t.- - "XX'. YE HOUSEKEEPERS, ATTENTION! WeHome We Invite you to InspectCurtain Nettings, Poles, etc. Our Line of Druggets, Shades, Curtains, ners, are Prepared to Furnish You the Necessaries to Beautify Your! Mattings, Rugs, Run- i department is run or rew uuuus. $1 0--- $ This KZR3W3IUS2D 1 2.50-- $ 1 6.SO O, 25 and SOcts. nt Brussells Drugget For Desirable Patterns in JapanBuys a Room-siz- e All are Excellent Values. The Price ese Mattings, the 20-ceGrade is of $ 1 0 Should be Quite an Induce- What you Really Pas?- 25 cts for. ment as This is an Excellent Value. - 50c and 55c Per Square Yard For Choice of Six Pretty patterns in Oil cloth in 4-- 4, 6-- 4, 8-- . 10c to 50c Linole-urn 4 at 28 cts per yard. For Curtain Netting and Swisses; we are showing a good selection of Ecrue, colored draperies and Swisses at 10c per yard. 10 cts. Is Our Price for Oak or white Poles; have also the oak and $5.50 For Fire Matting Rugs inckts, til for $5.50 1. 9 by 12 feet; 4, .36 by 72 white in long poles for portaerres; and cut to any length. $4 to $7.50 For Moquette Runners, and we have them in many patterns aad sizes. 25 cts., 50 cts. and 75cts le Our Price for window Shades, water colors, 7 feet long' Shades lor wide win-- J 25 cts.; we also carry Extra-widt- h dows. Wu Severance PERSONAL, and SOCIAL days Col J D Swope Pnt sovoral wk m KlUIr Sprlnrj tor Inst ndmnch trouble. . W. Olv How en Jr.. Ilttla on of tnj.. Df tho Hubble socfn. Is Ul with pneumonia. on Mrs. Sslllc n. flaufidy returned Saturday from an extondeu visit to rj Uowan and othr her brother, Mr' 8auflwr I" West. Is delighted with tho Golden Owsley Dunn Is Improving sitMri relate ter '" a servers attack of appendicitis, lll b glad to know ninny 'r.eiids lur In wrlfrir re have his paper changwhere he ban moved, ed to Uuh"-nnO. W. Fa'ilkner says, "a follow Mr. Gets lousome without tHo I. S.,'M Mrs II (' T.eeompte, or Frankfort, and daughter Margaret Jano aro the .ueU or her father. Mr. Clcoro Itey nolJs snd'rsm'ljy. MlW lya Merlin, of Richmond, who 'linn boon th K"o of Miss Allca Ran- kin Is Urn nuMt of Miss Jennlo Peppl" Tpq ladle of tho Rnptlpt church an exehing,, Saturday April jIIl ifitr Cnlia rindlcj, rirooiod towtn. 'for nalo. glv-'o- n Don't, forget tho.exchaugo to bo or tho Baptist by the Isdlns Church Saturday April 16th. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Rice. Dr. W. A. read." kr and Mrs. Kwlw; Dnlley. of llsvMI molored over In u Hall, of "rwiwHll car Friday ud bandMin H 'iwo with Mrs. Htm nnent U'Wii P. Y eager. Ml. J. IMUtille io.uo camo' And toai up frrom ok to Kct sotno flno cfluutn butNr Mr. 11. J. Unrns and wlfo, Mrs. Mnry Avulortan, Messrs. W. O. Scott. C. II. and J W. l.unsfnrd camo down from Parte vvlth be romalna to attond tho of C'lvln Elam at tloslicn como lory and wro guosts at Mr. D.ivid orbs. burl Scott's Mr. W. U. Mcllco and son Hansom linvo returns! from u visit to Mrs. Alex Hurgo In HeecU Urovo. Ind. Air. S. F. Reynolds has returned from Jolllcn arter a two months' visit to his wlfo who Is taking treatment there. Mr. Reynolds Is Improving. F. S. Coleman, of Cincinnati tor $1,650 Doa'o forget that E. C. Gaines tho U00.1 Mlti Aana B. McUee tula returned A number of local Tans 1000 endar posts for sale. saw tho Mr. Coleman camc In on Saturday to I Man always make tho deal, and will return to Cin from a protracted visit to relatives In Sllchlcan Central I'nlversly ball garni .oueo. Apply to O. T. Austin McKln- - Iancaatcr Insurance i Ueech Orove, Ind. 28-keeps you protected t Danville tUs afternoon. cinnati to wind up some business and aey. ki Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wells aad fatalthen ho will make this, ..his Jnturo The tuembeis of tho ChrWtlaa ly will soon leavo for Nebraska, r v.-The Wxecutlve Committee, of tho tiro which caught near the depot homo. W'onnn'B lloard or Minions-- ' request o'f .Ctailnnnti. and Louis- - (lofitroyatI Mr. Scott Holmts, will meet at where they go to make their born. aD0ut je houses at Uvlngs-- I all women Inerented la missions to rresa Association a leading member of the bar thcro MlM LllUa Bustle baa bea vsry attend the Kaster 0 ray or and pralsn ville April 21. to Hx tho time and lon Monda nignt, including several lli In tills neighborhood on business sick. service, beginning Tuaay afternoon plac for holding tho summer session Btores, One or two local Insurance for a few days. Mr. H. K. Newland of Cedar Crsek. Apru inn larousaout ibs ol that body, wny not invite uio ab men hod risks on bomo of th0 bluld- wtek. 'iTiese meotlne. will be held ton to Crab Orchard? baa been quite 111. Ings thcro. in tnp lecture room or tho Chrnstlan Mrs. Y. 3. Goleil, of Crab Orcuan), church at 3 30 uaeh afternoon. Lost, In or about room whero ladl03 Think bow easy you can sleep when" has been 111 of stomach tronbl but Mrs. C. IS. Tate. President. I better. served court day dinner, "nd bag you havo n policy with Jcsso D. Wear-ePlants of all kinds for salo; pot snd couUlnlng skeleton key to front door McClure Kapler and wife, of Clea-totho Inauranco Man of Stanford Ky., havo been guests cjr his cut flowers; all kinds of bulbs. Cut Hetutn to Mr. M. S. Baughman. Cnnintlona SO cents a dozen. Ed jiaronts Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Napier. f pike Ereenhous0 on J. It. KilmfstbnTnhd Enrntsiolr am?Mr. and Ms. A. ,V. Nolan weo nuest The ladle or tho Crab Orchard Holmes ot Crab Orchard, Ky...hvj of Mr. and Mrs. Farley Hcott. Cnrlstlan church are requested to placed their accounts In tho sherllf's liandfj for collection. Mrs. Jennlo Lunsford and little son, Please remit Low colonist ratoj to destinations brfng all tho bskb their hens '"ir-o- n Kaster Sunday to Mrs. Curtis lloxer'8 promptly, Clarence Tate aro on tbe sick Hsu In the wct uorthwoit and southwest early next week as tbwlr ytarly Faster i Miss Bamantha Jones and Mrs. Dr. via Southern railway. Tickets on sal offering. ' Club Tho Wonmn'o Improomer-t. f i u Jones, of Crab Orchard, were In Stan- dally until April 10th, 1311. For fur-tiiJ' will tnppl WoilnoR.lfiv nftnrniMin it 4 doing their shopping. o'clock at tbe State Hank & trust Co, MailcSafe by Lvdia E. Pinhfmm's ford Wednesday Information, ask any agent. South Somo ono borrowed my history, if hlillillnn .... .. AV MIjh Mary IllKglns wbo is teaching o. cm railway or writ to A. R. Cook, K. rorui-- caivary ty ur. yeu. ana .or Vegetable Compound. at Somerrset, rpeni no few D. Stratton, DFA, Louisville, Ky.. DPA cot to roturn 1L I will thank. iharaHo . ... i n nnn nn ilayj with her parents here, j I Don't forgot thP drainatliied form of, Granitcvlllo, V t. " IVas i' Mr and Mrs. L. M. V:aterfleld and Dvansvlllo, Ind.. J, C. Ueam, Jr, A. (1. do so. O. 1 Penny. eandsuilere . V 7f Ibis iKipular work will be given at Uffbugh tbeChangaof 22-"f children, of Livingston, havo been the P. A. St. Ixiuls, Mo. r9 acre lot on . Mala - Wollon'a jUuora -- Wouso naxt Friday- W&'jtjEjVlmS I a,y'l m uervousnes For Salo. I gueatn of Mr. and Mrs. M. 1). Elmore. other onnoyin fir: nlfiht. Tho work Is bqing done by puantl Kymptoms, In street. hu3 barn and all1 outbuilding pus of MIsb Jackbonl the toicher of Best companies lowest rate. A. .(;., Kasttnrul was hero this week your property today with R. M. tnautlful building slto for reslddrki expression. ' sur lookujfT nfter Insurance U. Wcnrcn HugheS came up from Newland. ;i!Qn.'MljTfcif;' "fex ' Wajibltt will Stanford Real bstati H00. " Memphis Sundny to se0 his molhor 'ppoaf? In0fabojrifliifd Saturday at louiid has proved, Lost of Strayed. Two black shoats :aon ,o;'cIlck AprTj'Vitn on roads. AMI worth mountains of L. A. Sampson Is hero ,Tom Colum- widening from 40 to 60 pound. rr . Howa r... il old to me. as It l bus, 0., to seo tho homefolks. ward lor return to Nathan Nowcomb, uiV .'. 4 i (restored lny licaHli , of Rowland. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph O'Moar-auu Htrciigin. .i ! .DAVIS' STORE never forget 'to tell Livingston spent several days hero Indian Runner duck eggs for sale, J ;my friends wlmt with relatlveu. SLAP for IS nay at 5 months old. Lynia ji. i'iiiKiiaw'3 P Mr.'Cti EnsHtJ, dr Ottouholin? tcll Hon. Thomas O. Kheo, of ltussell-llle- , Cook's famous perpetual layers. Mru. Comrouiullmii done for nio 'dsMiae-hp-lgolig to j U. M. who seems to bo making a Tatt, R. D. No. Hustonvllle - - ""-- i -- - restoration to neaitu means bo inucli "" ""'race of It for tho democratic Is wnlan tlut to me that for. the sake of other sulTer-uienftlate.'uhd nomination for Stato Treasurer, was maga-srtne- a what bo says and dooa what bo 4lUJ women I am willing to rnako my I am now selling the latest bis many horo shaking hands with rtroublo public so you may publish suyd, and newspapers. Give me your Mus. this lottei-.- " iiiu ifairT i friends Tuesday". 1 can you money James Livingston played a good ilt.P.1)., Granitcvlllo, viirtui nVMa Bobscriptlom. Vt. M)iit t'toi j'deunhd Vhto by sending O. I. N, Qlllock, Hostonvlllo, JTo other incdlclno for woman's ills SHORT LOCAL NEWS a Uorso by til in to tlio Ljlacharultb shop lias received such d niul endorsemout. 2io other medwll have her resiMi. 8. to bu iiuo.l that n)(4ady had - now One of tho largest crowds in Stan- dency on J. Tatum, icine wo know of has such a record Main street Saturday April bhooe cm. BE l i '3 poiNTitrta: ford In many a day camo In to bp 16th the jnoat complete line of of cures as haH Lydla U. llukliam'a Willliun And 'son has moved to tho Vegetable Compound. A Monday. goods ever been In Crab Orchtho annunl horso show "A liouvo koi'iier tfliotJd icmember,, 27-MUMlotoii Lynu property lately For mora than SO years it lias been groat many of the brooders did not ard. You are Invited to call. Molly, that n guet sees more In an as inllamma-tiohour than a hoot can ee0 In a yeai, occupied by Claudo Ilalloy. nnd Andy curing woman's ills suchtumors, irreg-n, bring their stallions In honever but ulceration, llbroid I on display a largo lino of those that were on hand mado a splen huts have received for Haster. (live and some women enn tell a good house AUam nas ,akon Possession of Mr, ularities, eriodlo lulus and nervous Just prostration, and it is unequalled for did exhibition. Notlco of them will bo us a call Frnnces Vnudovoer. It. keeper by looking nt tho mat at'tho Anuorbon's dwelling. " l Jloon who hot been on tho carrjing women bafely through tho front door before cntorlnir. All my gltou noxt Ibsuo. period of change of life. IjsL Two bolfer caivos, ono b'ack friends aro highly plced sluao thoy "' k lint Is able to b0 out again. MrH. Plnkliani, ot Lynn, Muss Ther were obout 400 cnttlo on tho and ono red, weight about 400 and 600 bc-- n deans. at Coffey and Coleman's it is mo uouoi oi ait mo oiu cm invileu k vvoiuuit to wrltu market .Monday, and thoy changed Bounds, in nlco shape. Howard lor , j,jrgcn.u heind aaA p0fh uov ou Bllo lott uwn that the peach crop is all lier for advice, llcruilvicolgfrccfc xillnd In this section. to cenU. return to J. u. rui8. ,fl a- -d 5 eetl hands rbadlly at from 4 uhvays lieJplul. ami llcurr Woods has sold his farm to OrrWY ANB COLBMAN. 4 3 on, Stanfotd, Ky T?Av- - n m CHANGE Hub-bnrd- 'a IN WOMAN'S Cut-Of- - 27-J- p LIFE 1 . ir ..... ... Uui.u,. 7 -4 rfJisliitti -- . :. 24-:- p "TI s t run-nwn- 1 ' put&yeMtable ns 'A v wldo-sprwi- mil-l.ne- all-slc- 3 .-- iKILJ&m WPWWP I. nffiasnasssti 17V A Gaaranlei mm Loason III. THE TVxt school SERIES. To RtituniKtics mm MmmmmmvA mstiFN lost Don Ytrriik tl ISoWmS3VVk?4P'R immz3xjmM$& :JBflBfiBBBBfiyBi WKMrnmmWl Treatment cf lUicnanUan ized by BunrJo Xlcmefiy "Which Is Absolutely Guar.uitced. Blntv! jff new finturea me presented n w ivmolv tulle I In t tn tho mibject of whl.h 'm Intel v wlJ i nil nlmn nmouic thiae alUlcleJ wlt'i rli uuutlari end lumbeflo. goul 1. I'hvaiclana. toe, hnvo and Clvou thid ioiiivUv nn approval which 1 Second Quarter, For April 16, 1911. APPETITE AND HOPE TM raurtnlfcntly bred y...jnir ntal lion vl'l taale t."io tni...ii o' i.i I t mv alille aenr Ftanford f u iho Hhelbr City plkn nt K- to lii,rrt a iHlne rolt. Don VarrtPk ty ? I undo it INTERNATIONAL leamifi I nun of tha Lasaon, John xx, MB. Mamory Varaa, IB, 16 Goldon Taxt. Commentary Prepare! Luke kxJv, by Rev. D. W. Gleams. We luiT tho cluilqe this week of a taiiutu on JourtU, the lx)r Muff, or a nnd na j.ext trevk surxctlun r,v pltM liava Aiutber lemon on Joaali rte ttlwoMi Uuf Knnlor li'ion for tlds 'JQuj of Jrt" from Wfttfk. Uu fiend ia lu luoiiy roHpccta tlm crciit-n- t for If C hrit tpl la tlie bv Hartal fcMCwl tanN. Unit) n fact the lilrkaat m the miter and prfprl Ulri)Itlon lu n ly the rrcat Onward 8llrr s or. l 4, CtwfK-t- o tluit won the J6.0S0 Tiatiaylvaii a in a cefen boat race In 1902 and Uosaiuo 7onr rrsn tbo $10,000 Douoer lleniorlnl mil the M- - nnti At. nil lu broken boats Bml w1'1 for W.000 and later for $26,- Lira Hoea. i;on Vorrlck U bred uxartly like Harar. 14 21 Btatrnitua Ave., hpanlrtt Queen that won tho $5,000 HI-- , IV-ru- rboatnut. ahon burk hp.ty ti LBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBft Erwuitaa. writw Ifwiy TrniiHjhauIn In 190$ making a re me baa rvamin run" of 2 '07 and wni rliMvd nn one U antWa or the four, being of tha It U uro-l- y money wlnneia onoiir grand groatett the circuit wyttalf -- uat iLmiu jtuucldiiR In tnlli, faltli vutu. aiMt . Uua i U lu iornlvoiipwi of alne, la auvad tl Cur X, ll, 7, ' tins rfcvpr Ik ii norded to otbrr rhu . . lkwn, pi. mallr tntiiwnt. Hr fur In Ukluhonm mut I'm bit aniHvtw In tb iniin atof rlnimuitl.iu 3 nlntr tMt li t rll.mic l ttuVr lit pro rmkiiHil rrpntuilirtiiMi tin tnrt thot w 1U curi' v'n mcti!1.iI lnrnrW6uir. (A. S. M. K.) uiuiuat liaa t' ''" ' ' fickli, f le' I'O. unbllTaiM. N.'t only furrUronlo new liny horse star an h.n.l Ankle while, 153 anJ lonir rwa, but hIiw 9iro, Preiton t22 by Wahlnst'n :.4 bv Cn mwoM 7S bv a hlngt biw It prored od at th nerlotia eaa l. 104 br M rnl rl o l.1raml moat rMurkatlc u"i'ltfl iaark 4 Preaton's flam waa rtd bv Roderick i.ni.. f.atur of It lit 11..'imiii-n- t son ofPetera' Hal 99 Uj-- Highland Chief anil tlie dam of Kodarlck was by f by B)fu "Msnallni' to th.. f ttie preerfM peculiar Bympi oum St4i. uric aM oIlmlnaM. . By Enoch ArcKn 1st Dam Baby Pence 7010 C. If. fVwra, f WurmitT, If. T, M7! By Almont Forest 2S3. Lady ?ri r-1 butl rbmtiMiu nkit trim joari. 1 Nltrlr rnM, nwl lir Bv Garrard Ch1'. $rd Dei . .... r4.M C. T. uf nix mm'Uk. I mm PRESTON Is the finest Individual and bet pTforwor 'p Wnlhliu., nUo f Vlnrw, N. Tn Kufnt . CARROLL Cantjul Kerit'wlry and proved hlmso'f cm? of the moat formidable r'ng "l tnKerrd rllU trrrlWr WtrxMuatUw &nf nil erlimif.' aeon !a for fltc liMIM out last season. He I one of tlm greatest racking sorae iU lit n ttnir. 1 bicim HJJtvx Mis rett aud action Tfara'aml !! a 'p'en'd trot with a world' of rUU- ' ditra. ftJ na tuiiiriMrmrkl l..h. AIL lunl tTw buttlra rurtil .- - . u ntu provlne hln - romieg Fir and air re K'm" iba,. ill ure u lind one." afead at Ow low foe of $26.00 TO INSURE A LIVIMO - COLT at A. T. Nun bji to l .KUarantePil , JUtJi-- F " " tii&T" KNk Yard In Stanford. Many of thr imi nrruie cuim imp nwl. kly rono.utrd hr 1U 'veva'lleg rate. 1 ratamed . n c it vnt'l IbhMk havp Own paatiirp and cire at f' wrtUa. U peculiar. iwwitIiJ. il Adilr'na, for stfiefl I nn'il- Hcut of ca-- but nor ortUrf ! D.ji-- I' Is nbsolut. It free frM Stanford, Ky. onlancfroiu ilruf.. lt.u.l nloiit Hi Tiir-fu- l la tlio rlrcuUir action lu ) (Carroll Pro3ton Is nomln.rtd In Tlio Saddle Horse Fu'urltj-Stak- e lUil hr miarantr. f at your drurrl'fa at UI Oet yeu ar mllil wit -u-an-ii f a bottlt. If ert battl Ur S.0, as you will your afflletlaa. If and Bt rli of druggist ran aat aupply yau. It "Ul ka sent ea reciklpt af rlaa Wy tha , WrJIclna Ca, I71S Llaaaln Aya-- ChU ciieo. IlL Tha tint battlo will ooutIbiw ercry auHorer. t.tc mmended and Sold By SHUGARS & TANNER. 6tanford, Ky. CM bensstlonal Perform, FOR PUBLIC SERVICE SEA30N OF 1911. dly Dred HcglitercJ Saddle i an. I Sp'cn ' 't iM r nt CARROLL 1 PRESTON--43S- Silh...l -r n.tn fr err n Pee il 1 - P, lr rldjn,. W. O. WM.KEV, nBJBf aVSBBBaBaHlVVaiwaVWI ' BBBfiiVf7iH! BpBttvVw! SB.-2--, -'- LbbbbEi .'-i- - cVM ''liaF9inK nBAMBwfTAfeu8DjBBBBBM fH'fflHRaa I st Garrard Chief. IS3S r llav Jtnlllnn l.Vr. linnils, foaled sultrier 11'02, said b) Rood Judj;es to Vn one of the lnest stallions living. He is n periert lm re rf Ms great MrIViodtor I)ar 10. Mr. J. t jraos!who raised and showed Chester lXtre 0 sas It ls almost liuposilbfo for.'two horses to bo more alike than Oar Daro 10 col. V A, IlanlRer of Slielbyvlllc. Kv.. rard Chief 1SJ1 and Cho-tojudged this horse at the Texas Stato Kalr several times says hP Is ns aas .fine a horse as he over saw. Garrard Chief won the championship of ' tbo South West at Dallas In 1908, 19C?,1910 and durlDcthat tlmo his colu. won moro than anv other herd shnvp there In saddle clauses. At Fort "orth Horse Show In March 10in Garrard Chief won first In breeding for .saddle stallions, and, age over IP good ones, he also won at same x ... 'irst for saddle stallion mare or gelding. He will make the 1911 four miles from Stanford on HustonvIIlo pike at 25 to lnsuiu Mares grazed $2.50 per month. Care taken to prevent accl responsible should any occur. 'season o. flye-galte- d ' 'rtng fapnt, colt, bt not J. H. MURPHY, 8TANFORD, KENTUCKY. 509 H3ps.burg , ... Ul KING EAGLE, Jr.. i.,rtulutb It sun id Ihls mo'n (or the, . of grt c a, mi W to ,rx r . T. JUirii,' oach stel ... . King Eagle. Vol. 6 A. . II, K.j No. I j. 2556. he by Itojral.KIng 25CC, he On pike fflmo. 745 ho toy Stonewall Jackson Ct l Cabbell's Ixlngton, F. 8. Klr Uaglo'a 1st dam Hip, 3579. ube by Uafile JJIrd OH, lie by Old King Kagie 760, 2d one me Mm u Jtea won, ini asm by Harris" -nadr,,li0 by Wilier Denmark 45: W -c- .orsea i?l4i!y N1 f""11' ThtptftshbrW. ....- or Tne iw- -' .rf. aios-4D3- v "3$tvi jmi, jbi unm wtui rvToi- tk "Tand ' and is W n. she by Old Drennon. 2d UB.. .i erful "'" 'B oaca to out- ol "a ware - by "ery WgU'J tA-toia ott. k Bl". Jr.. Is C yenrs old yI oa- standard ,dum cepv breed one white hind foot. t;ed coach farmo to " ' NOTE.--Cntu T Kottlng fall, stands full 17 Uo. Hired w"03 thlb horse. see UAy wUu It 1500 pounds nnd nnd action, rtionld ,)art , nlw mane, aoo .very way A com- ion roaro U Mona. dno plenty of apoed hands hlE". " or brtrt to other stock. proportlrrrwd oolts how that y,M FINE well with wlU also stand a, vc,"; ter. Ho will med stallion We nt my barn, Napoleon, at Ui0 b"mo nnd action, hto style ltPl( hv rK on ri.b Uving ea". he la . a spl.'nm.i of i,B,on V. ln."L..T. .'" , ltfl at fine bwdur. iving coit. or bred SUnfotd. M l.f t2. Itoyal .Klnsa va 1stthedam Melle Mounts 2584, ho noted sire Tike lt '1u ,,- " - Sk .." """i " '5JTVcuaHAN. -- . la .'.J - ....., Stanford. Ky. SM - i.i.,.it th. Olicwnofir -- Li"-, ire ... traded K,- ,iSSR. ...4. . '.l l -- .u r iNunanru b.iu P"',, h. .,,,, M riirfi.ll - . i.v uii. . . . n ,. ..' ln w. ponut' picasnt U ,"" "nv ' iV ..ever fttiU a"'1 ' w "'" !.- f. CALOWFLL fl - ON, V 'WSf treat at 'C montba old In 1:11 and aold for h Don .arnrk ip fast gamp aad alairg rn tap Irrt vrrv rarPly apr hln .w, wpeka baadUng last fll he 1rol'd r anrrtpr r.n half, mllo track.... In .j I. a a.. hri . a ,, nitip In 2 '7 12 oa lb o.M'do o DIGNITY traek Plpaae rot, taa rich InheriJnr, tance df or bctr aide, bol 111 lMUU.', lUiJ sutd a mtaala link or ?'re.;r 3mtJi (od Jvaali as well a In the Ncr'imtcd m the Ch or.ijo'j tttd'.c le ll-- Mbiv 'Mgn74l?: rris.--. on two UktiU of LT Kir tiud Uie ItraJ Fifurty tak IBM. ltd th. ur tfcln." ev r ba4p '.x.k rml:. pottfci a4 Iat xtI. .id '.j:!. K' ep dlitiltOTi. apiCi m.! lok-i- " -. Whea lie wm oa Mirtli lu Ilia CoraUluaJ .tJI.Ca, M.i.mr7 klai tanking '"if ta Up rfcUilly fortHuUl ULf tlM. rUi l,ivc pubudi. raoorr dnp vbaa r wft. aouriri la tVM-v.l.. parte alt or hrp u anp'.h ' p la flrAta and rvnurrvUuu lu hucL ; ulud rl:aUiibn aad roita eaatly baa Marea kept at 10 r.nt.i j t Js. ul' rtJieea aa Jutm t. lfXll. UuU iM, ateppad lu 18 will jekd JV' jcvt t. U, xtb. il5; xx. IS. xxtt. tVL lead Hetobaa aulky; 1 4gbtluigaitwd; a iar taken, or not be reapoo. !'! Uf a fire rwn ''jtIi-I- , nrrMeatf XOa rwi lUVclplei AM uot Elleaea rsrsrt txsi yet wren rieat tkivw borte wtartug the blue Is a 2 10 trotter If be bad 'b, i i.r itW.re tf, &a- to vrnf tl uf our t:e ertr ilace a yaarllug; at tbre haudrtnc uad Jaka ya tati tiat erati . b. T.ir.i old wnr IS blue aud 1 rrd ail ci.to,v ami) rtitaast.i, "lourr ut Ute Eaturp lluit Ui avut. ul 14 allows; as a buraoas tioww and Cllttoa la a black nrk Wtb IUk( Ui deaiL" Ue auU ta a. a model la In a claas lo UUuwJf. ytin 1m asu i Vveara-olat September, ir, by Lk two vrUb nhtiui lit- - WiilUJ t waa il' 1.1 never dofeatad vJiaapt nun two 1 2 liamls high Witt a raatPhlpan In bead aad ear well el ou a ranrv npek Ritwn'Vfj wtto wont m iaat dowu .1 owh rolta. aud baa of UU CLaJJi, atal t UUAiipoliU-e- d IBM uf 22 hand. UU oolts are nl- luv plentj' tame aud aubrtanre and aa wvi lii'lde the money, audi wtioa a breeder lie la ret citi beante lie Uod iu.u teUaaUbd i it ptl nuike grout aaddlera and flUCSELL. "O tiiti, aiul ulww uf Lturt t be ahow Ir a Mark lark with Itrkt t.lni. r.. li'h prload tbrep audoffive gaiteJ at an jiaroW Wiro liove all Uint the uiuvlu-tU bis vet Uat Augutt, full I J irea Slxt) flo hauda lu Ue iiW fcjJUl W tlu iUjli.l nt ,iprap oge of 2 12 yw mm nas tacli lt, aa much flnlah and action the upper rlui tUit tuuua urcAluc, mi average priro or JCI1 llu w a hf.riw anr aa a brmdrr hr la tbo "All tulaeji lauat be fulOUad wbicli iio-- rr of auy Jack Uotk of there len defeated la a prodauo ring wore wrlttuii lu Uu Uw uf Uukua aud rim; when shown with 4 to It of his jncka yl'l rp-- p mi raj at $i" i i In In the iirophWa ami lu the uiolui ! are a living colt Trading the mar ho hiv of pnrh saddlura r'r'; ninieiy Nstt'tteu, aa Wtupom, lortiuta tothe laaurance Car,, will be locuruliiK cie" (Lukr x.tir, 'S, Mi. Ipp prevrnt aectdunta but wMI l!i ! ppt rHl ul Uvit.: liii Uumi ta ' ct. the llui udorou ware. Hey not be reeponalble should anr eeiir durlm; uue or mure uf Ui -, Toxle, .lennpta will be cared foor after Jane "ath Prlre Harrlag Mara. tlio.o forty da) bctwt'cn Hla at $20 to Inmirr a llvlne rlt. Pare. London Dare. Dare All. White and asciuitduu frum OUvst, live u'oot. Prli. Imperial and a bait of K P WOODS. nnd wur leaiou other that l,avo brou """ from J1.'00 time on tho llrkt J II WOODS tella of Hla llrat upponrjuci, and Uuxt to 1.0l IxKik at Ua record aa a was to Mary M4irdaluv (Mark xvl, 'U. ,.''p of saddlers aud tee wknt they We do not fiud that Mary of Hcthaajr (' m do. Beau Nabotfa 45006 v.ai; with the otlitr woimtu nt Uie DIGNITY DARE, got by CUantrr tuuib tui Uie ri'tuicrtvtlou murulnj;, for liar,. No 10, Ac Hi dam by Welch-rni-- f R1fl7 A T II It., bv br Kyidyk'a alu mtiii to hnvo bulievvd what ate Py HAD07H 10116, . 10 A T 10 lud aalil about UU death aud reur-nvtlin-i. Hnmblelimlan thlNo searon of 1111 K. will by Wiitlaoham bv George Wilke prp mares at m" and ahe auolr.tril Illui buforo lean Naboiha . .uu, .Nora itnugh-nia! in Hustonvllle at taa low piiro (ZTrr O'car, OMWfft 9S0) by Nori.il .,. Ji, y Kio.t'oniH'r hand for lllx burial (Matt xxvl, HI; oltnlde 12.'. 2a dam Lela J by MoUoKlltan Marl, xv, S). Tin; pun hurt.; uf apices ' Volt.iro I r rctttiri'd I'erchr-o$23 to Insure a Living Colt. 72 hy llainfltiinlnn Id, Mi dam Ftalllnn nnd a perlcct IndUldual. Tho by Uu.' other women wan nu uct of Money due whm roll eomes of mare by Mambrino Ktarlleht S912 lpeoplr of Lincoln county have neer love, but uot of faith, for had they traded or remord, or brad to any by Inrribay mi. 4ii, ,iam A Urn retained on all hnd the opportunity to breed to one bellcvisl that lie would line upiln they Hi.'f atn k in-- um.i.. prs b Oliver (thoroughbred); &Ui dam 'I like hi in before. until paid for Grns furnUhpil .would not luive purchafed aplcea with He wilt fill a long felt wanL ffo Is which to uuolnt ills dead Imily. pnr tor marpn irom a pj Wagner; Cth dam by Imp Tranbv . the kind to cross witn our Kentucky As soon as Mary Mardulcne saw .'i- -l ipfp and must bn settl-- d for be- ,. 7.,,u" a, ,fu,,,,r marcs to a high clans mule mart that the stone waa rolled aw.iy from nn. removed llreedlng hours from the kind that oorybody wants, and the sepulcher ahe ran bark to tell S to 10 . tho mornlngand 4 Jo 6ln VST w'bnnd ZT. the kind that brings the big monoy. ir,. evening .Mares win recrivr my fiid anion and por'ref I'e The Hreedera ia.Ho oi tblt- nk Peler nnd John, aud they both rau to personal nttenilon, but will aot be a iiruri-a orrcnr. and Ilia owe quotes desirable drafters at f.'.'...uJ tc the tomb, and both went lu. Peter lenpiirulblo for accidents or escape. breedlnr. the KKtlonapp- - Wilkes first, aud saw the linen clothes Will also nt the same time and pine, 330.00, you can't beat thorn. Voros la aerond to none ltaire will make the mason of 1911 evidently aa when Ills body bad been (tatid my great breeding Mule Jack llwiii Nntoth lll n,ik. the roAMin orfo mile from town on the Danvillo In them, and the uupkln that vrat PEYTON. 1911 nt A T NVinnoIleya pike at the Uoodknlght farm at l' about His head wrapped together la .i .vp'i known in tbo Wett Knd of i'f yards nt $15 to Insure n living stock colL to insure n living colL a place by Itself, ami they believed I Inciln county, at $10 for mares and .ouiipv (Imp nhen mar., la I J.'O duo J. NEVIN CARTER, traded or tliat He was rlxcu and went away foaledforor 4inets, trailed,when eolt of j t,nr, ' with or bred elsewhere, Stanford. Ky. again unto Uiclrowa home. Mary, bar- parted with,tuva mar bred removed oth J. M. PETTUS, or to any ing returned to the tomb, remained er lock, Peyton hy Huff Dadderar'a oauford, Ky, waa so Intent upon finding tha lick, he b Hnbblf nrlgaolla and und liody of her Lord that she had uo cyea on, of Jim Portar Jeeatt Peyton Is fine wttk verv large bona even for angels, nnd when Jesus Himself poke to hrr aba aupposed Him ta nnd foot, aood neck aad ear, good be the gardener, bo blinding la unbe- ruarter, well monntl, 15 kaada 1 Inrb ,hlgh and admired by all who aer fclm, lieving grief. My fluo young mule Jck will make Not unUl He eallee ber by name did and la said (a be the beet taule latfk In trie present aenson at "My husband becced me Morcland. Ky.. for $10 lo'lnauri atg .he recegnlre Him. One of the pre- . aad me him, to take Cartful," writes Mat-t- ie colL Marea traded or bred to ... - 041,-... t. ciuua worua ut uia rmru ik luy aoui L Bishop, of Warerly, er Stock forfeit Pieir ln..,pnn.. oth. la found lu Isa. xllll, J, Tear not, for D. a. CARPINTEa;, Va.. "and for his sake I a- lwl,S,r-.l- .,, han,lt h,h. I have redeemed thee 1 have called HnatMrtlle. ry. ...... ..,, ':vr.lc ana weighed pun, ereed to try it Before I had thro by thy name; thou art mine." spring 1010 pounds He I, , ,," taken 1 bottle, I felt better. new wondroualy grrurlona of our Lord jure and fine brre'e- - J1 folt at te appear to Mary aad speak to ber "Before taking Cardui I tbo county falra Irst 'all tok special WatzuMim, while on His way to Ills Father (rente suffered miserably every "m., !"rprr.(1 br t:ongessman 17), and bow wendrons Ills words te narvoy Helm, also several other month and had to go to her, and through ber to na, "My Fa. bed until it wore oft, but Wattraana. No. Hi. Thle splendid . thor and your Father, my God and h'Kh aa howII am af! right" German Coach horse waa foaled May .,roraJ of hls colt sol1 IZ6 euch at weaning tlmo. your God." 21st, 190$, by H. Haaankamp, la Gcr- EN He is well bred. f!nll and . If we would only believe fully that him lie has made us one with Himself, a tuaay. Uo waa Imported by J. Crouch and see his pedlaree In full B. B. KINO, part of Himself, children of God and & Dona, or Lafayette, Indiana. He Joint heirs with Himself, It does seem waa sired by Eskimo, No. 1400. He Is Moreland, Ky., as 11 pur urea wouw declare that 6 y,ry fine type of tfi German coach. Jsus Urea. 0IVE8 AID TO STRIKERS. horses, and sold for $3,noo three years with which i Tho Woman's Tonic edKoto the wordsthat evening He greet- ao. Ha will make the leaann at my Sometimes' liver, n kidney, nn.irpfdse" the disciples and also place at Hustonvllle, " lrlke and at $10 to Insure.6 f"J a irtwkV lnf.r nnM WV MM.V Then rnii n...i iw M.., . MV Ti. nnl. JWU You know Cardui will pleasant little strlko breakors-- Dr. (verses 10. 2L 20), and remember John R ,lT,n8 cou' . help you, because it has place 1 will also stand At the earctf xlr, 27; Jer. xxix, 11. Bee nim ask. neiped others who were lng them to handle Htm and to thrust j'"? "n trotting eUlltoo Hummer, Jr. .Bc.nUV on'Pl Proper dctldrl. fc.xcellcnt the hand Into Tils aide and see Him ,at $10 to Insure a living colL His thorn 2n hfuUth soon follnwa. Try in tne same fix as you. cents at Penny's Drug Store. eating broiled fish and honeycomb be- - get have all boen very fine" road hor It is not only a medi tore mem mat ruey nugnt see tne cine tor sick women, but When Love Began, 1 I a tonic ior weaK women. bvrf.iLv stand my several f.ne ackl t SPfaS "now long havo you been In lOTO Being made from mild, no Jcnncta. Money dud with him?" an.i , - ,,. .'ii w nn .?12 for word fo Tiiomnx "" " gentle, vegetable ingredi"Kver since I rejected ,,n. on all theso sires when marea are faithless, but bellerlng. IJIesS' ents, it is perfectly harmed nro they that hare not seen and told or traded. less and lias no bad (TS EQUAL DON'T EXI8T. yet havo believed' (John xx, 27, 29). J. K. DAUGHMAN, NO Oti! lian ever inmln ll ank. s. r.l.,1. Then lay te heart His words to them Hustonvllle, Ky, ment or '.Jim to compare with Iliiok-leu'Cardui can be relied nnd to us, "Aa my Father hath sent Arijtgi Salve. It's tho only perupon to help you. me, oven so send I you" (verso 21), and fect llOMBVFlSf f MlB rnriiu Imrn. . .... may wo bo such Spirit Oiled believers Try it today. Prompt relief In nil oases of throat sonMs bolla. ulcers, eozmnn. mi'm ri.n-tn nil (bat Is written that we shall In and lung trouble U you uo Chamber- - urn. Ior sore oyea cold aoroa, chapAt all druggists. lain's Cough Itemedy. Pleasant to per hands or sprain Iti supreme Un ill things glorify Him. I t,aKe, soothing nndaheallng In effect, rivaled for pllos. try It. Only 2Bo Sold by O. L. Penny. nt perny's Drug Storo '. s tt Hbi inaAt nuUM'Jit Includ.M Ilia pwteat Xt In a uuirtnt liinly, IllttlcUh r uU& Wring our hIiim. IIIh n aa unaatlau lnua tlui lU'iul, all of wldob imr ba tu4iulv1 lu the Hliir 'Tlio jcrautotw liUd uf OlirJt" tl Pit 1, 1) At ri tur urwit Idjtll prlont, lt I at the tfX banil of Coil, fur aa, no4 lie will runic lutalti to nvch o IUa bvAj", tL vbutt'h, ami to set Up Ba Untr0fa tf Vv"v ',lul rlKhleouj- - , MaTT" TinaYT' 7,Kp aM a (Ua wtli. Mrs. Rou Bovor. ...r.mi. and ri tlio uri-u- t Tbjat tl uf Israel, m..i,lh I fait brttar1 Uian I evar Iwd ICtac tdvetM U a nmu. wan iLUiUy IcawtoM in Oixa. til. IS, xlL IS; Hvut. Uf" I tiiauk I'oruaa for new life ana ou two plcturr. an xia, U; lau. tx. C. 7. ami lunuy utluf atrungtlu I awul l'jruna h.ia dooo fer janx-'Unit rle iiUiniUl 1h a luau yjucau Bee bot UUJ." ttMa tiiMU U.a d.vd. tut imuuirtul man, "WCuaapp" vn iifeo forodJd lu tVoiL Ul. IS, 11 TH, XI IS, Ua. li. 7. UU, 10, 11. fUtta. 27. 'J, and ,, xxM, Pa. xrl. mBmmsss ii I Onward Hhrr la by Ounard, on,, of I Iihimu ao Hip ninl best rons uf diverge run dwa fromtba acriaua if- - Wtlkea Onward' daw waa taa iUm of facta - af a1 llng- Mrector. tho sire of that great famlr ...tl.,.l : rx,r ""' mem !)on Varr.cku !""" plioutlouii unit !t dam waa by Wlkes Iloy. br flooro ed In pulling 'V'llkoa a full slater to TI- Way 2 III- I 4 and half Mater 1 to Ma lelptie Patch inr down could tullhiT i n ihr dam of Kuhber 2 10, Mii. lies eat nor Bl'i r vt. Itlltr Wlllen 3 20. and ,h" dm ,'"'v iulrIL Tl' War urd -lalrl..n I a n a lly Matllra Vnrrlcfc'r daw iiroda.-.- l I)r trlrd Prruna I li 'H'l It oaner. that Tdarnl a mibHe b.ilf n.lb. and w n.1. r n th.' Lexln-l- oi at ... taark . 16 month.) Tn ...a .i I ... . .. '" ' s ' """ "H1"1 W i w Hi Bill- - ft rfirliiK In I JUS. crtet -.- -- yjt .. . I onXr Mat-kki- l""i""i tk Hr,of . nPF.,. "," ... lie. tl lU thnt troll.! abo alao a laa oUe-nli- it BiBE 1682 (.el rlie iK-r- ; -- 2 " -r - r"t ltr Uu - 'el i rusur-rectlo- u il VOIrAUE,551 Jo-'pli- - .""'v, .J,' J -- - go-lii- For His Sake Tumtr ." p-- lh-In- -.- i"" 343 s. - .,. T.. ...... 1 A1 ?? !.l'n I """i after-effect- a ffi " I. Ven"v iim iffaaKll! r M Str'T Jri-i- t4J,,-- - t ? .ui kcmpym-- w "Laine Leg A Little Journey JOURNAL MAN ON Notice to Coatractors Ltttlng Saturday, April 22, 1911 All Peavine, 1. 4092 JOWHATAN. 1 i DY AN INTERIOR THE HUNT for auttscnii. ERS IN THE EAST END. I '( en ana uffta'rg, en voarp Tho left Crab Orchard last Tuesday land, still uncleared, howovor. I hands,' a r'e'i eohtretl bay 'i, afternoon, KoinK out on It. V. I). No. limpid wators of this llttlo stream ) w h rii styb, Jj, i n as uny "I wtih to 1 In the Interest of tho rchhI old I. J , pass over somo flne gravel bars for borsc sy that I SlrwlU Mgilty ixite; have uses! rioro correctly "tho cheapest and rond building. Hard quartz and flint t mi Minnie In ; this la tte Sloan's whllo good host." Our paper wus nlready n wol- - abound In each hillside, i" nwtns mrr ihtxIiici") lat on a wi "1 a joome visitor In scores of homes nionR (pinrrlcs of sand stono arc handy. Wn tmn In lame ler that l.lni' b, m niy. This rerrs in tm.x-leritho route, Its roHiliiK caorly awlttl predict n ttirnplko UirouRhi thoso hills has plven me much trouble for six orit jits contents enrntully read by the en wHJ Unc0n county awakes. Thore prelHM htm froai f. J. months. It was bo bad that I M" after looklnr at his eirtts for couldn't walk sometimes for a' tiro family and often passed on to tho week. I tried doctors' medicine two . as'.ns. Ha It a . rm r iscotu o It was iLHsMKim for tliolr perutal. or and had a rubber bandage for my to ti"nf fn Mnro'n ' Sot him .julto a surjirUo to most so many old lep, and bought everything that I woods In this Bccllon. Somo of the ! r r warat. ' Description and Dresdlnn- - 5,cars- - lerof v ' ' f lends of tho paper and still continue heard of, but they all did me no -- rc)1(TcJ ol(1; h jiu i racr a iivtu eoit. a good, until at lat I waspersuaded woro not acquaint, tak)R vcry B00(, caro r U)o)r yonR to tind tho. who chostnut wltli Lot of Tx.no, confor a to try Sloan's Liniment. The first with, mortis, thor,. helm? a goodly gccontl.Rr0Wth (mk. Although lot of tlon, style nnd nrtlon. Sired by. Itus application helped It, and in two 1'cavlne 179C, 1st dnm bv J'eavitfc; r.umbn of rack, tut iiko eagerly. i vg fuuwH nfo weeks my leg was well." A. L. TH-.- rGOCD MULE JACKS. hi th.i..sr ve ol tho opportunity to npw Ala. rM fonc HuNTi'.rt, of Hunter, ' become subscribers at once v. ben the " n ,mrU dny.B worK mosliy n PBnrtl Afor pjko Croekett Orobnrd and wn Good for Athletes. writer explained tho object of his ft llllmll)K snow stnrm, c made in- - fleo. I rrmn n ,of,f.7lnK thp sp"IcM r'f Crab OrrfHiM to (I. W .h,. , Mr K. Giluan, inttructor of nulry os to a good place to get a r.v.in. piaw W rvds stoa. , . --.,.,. ,"n. 8.ln,.,lonsayto.h0"1Is p"bIlc- - nM' At the am tlm Mid ,)mco w" .. ... not to athletics, 417 Warren St., Kox. r.rryw.it. wn wlthou , , Crab Orcaard and CBssp.I'b C5as! Vo wore rofcrrc,i nB,lt.B !(KiK,nB. S Stn,,ln" ,n V '" K6'1 """C bury, Mass., says: "I have used of Vt J01'" Ulflf iiiutnieiit. Tho latchstrmg nnngs on to Mr. A. Kleluasa, Rcpalrlm? thither pike whole raad 30 ro, of atone ,ft.aa BJt 1V1 bsamU tsnar fi Onb orrharil aul smatota p'lje -- cl,pcopIt' of. '''"coin county and ad oln to lisure a living ilt. Those Jarki v jw,.. " wo omsisp b hftt Bentoman wno I from SrtnnoTd to Dsugbmrss's gate '"P c,ou.nr ." In '" ,ndlv,,,lly t d need no advertising as they are Jibowi to make :v fellow feel at home. The - "o ns much I'oavlno bloo.1 , b,.Pe(Urg M rrds rmm, nll over r- th fl.at nmht out wo "P s possible to get in one horse and Samo see 2 from Ilaugbwans gato "nJ hado us enter. Ills lady was preparing . ,. i5trv,ioe f" "n a" ""' abov who lives near is th0 bree.llng that is In t that tlywater' Mrs J II Harris ito If, rod, stonn. Good oc due wl en co't Is Waynr-aur- g you have any doubt vf,rtlf'1 Mr. II. Is a kla.l man and "iPI'cr which was soon ready. pike sec. "and toda It Kaarod ssd Mil's tJfip re- 1 cc, mu e scld, traded or breJ to other frrni atnaford to Ottegftrtai pike, about that, comparo tho price. I In order in make cheer In plenty, nnd a delicious v..,v s0'1' tbem for with any other breed tn'i good stall, ho day, and lorgottlng all tho llttlo wor- - 30 rods stone. s npy to at Ciro i iote t r r.juni for imr horso In n i atcivinney nnn iinicys .. vprssnon In conversation wit' pie ".v.vy?1""' to uk t .ivcnt .,c 'c nta b t t ot reout In ri. with great success In cases of exemail, tumid his inllk TKUMS, ?25 sec. S, from old toil house Ij fn r Insure n Ihlrig c 't 1'..- -.. nnu .1 i ' mid a y occr lirtafitfl Ilk fllir hnaf nnd treme fatigue after physical exerimuKium fitir ; a rainstorm. 111s wnc place ?." rods of stone rr crave! ' tion, when an ordinary " """ "" "" " I from Mt Sn'cm oC p etr attentive to the wants of the Suui would not make any impression." supper, wo hiiokii noui. Aitier a efl'l- -t trave' 'Ire ?R stranger. ,.. we Htntonltro and Crf'cy's Mil plk' i, Arriving no ..l ..,,.,! p, o.i ... ..... Into the imrlor tnwhreiilnncr lltned 'n tee in.. - C tr nf w?n1l7Ar tho Sloan's Liniment from Himtonvl'le to mh ftnntlnn Cap. we slopped long Mirhcwi nmi T ClapplC C10IP mwctl ro eon's ?n oJs stone or Tivet has no equal as a Pninl'V nd Ifustonvir" "Ike tnc dioiiKli lo tuko n survey of ths beau- - w,lon, ,)V v, Martrfl, the tilen d remedy for Rheu0 red, v from Hi. r nvllle to B'ack rlk tniil panoramic view presented. Ovor ir,.year-o-ldatiFbtor of our host Wf rtone matism, Neural-p'- a a nnd farmland IfitervenlnR we the exception of urest hat Instruction c 2 fiom rick 'ke '" Same or any pain or rrne 0 id ft good vb'.v of tho t'tab Orchard friend gavo on the notos. Miss Kiel Hov'.e county 1'ne '0 rod in the stiffness Her parents gsve rcT VT.el rutlon The Carpenter ranch can be jmBtt n Stanford and Vr rtlver tlVc s e 1 muscles or joints. vlow uor ie organ Christmas a year ago n, almost a bird's-eyVarlj teh fruat Ko's'd to HayCen's 'Objetts m Oarrard arc visible to tho' vP found our hoM tii be a- - u.ito rotfa gTavel Pricei,25c.,50c.&M.OO a dat0 farmer. He rained a lino crop cf 2 fron Haysan'S Hwlf'' Srsne soe i.sked eye but an Inspectlor with RliMtn'a bonk good glass would prove very inter- - alfalfa last season from which he sc- - to Tsajror's Une 28 rois stone hnr-- . rattU, hrp Trsylor's Ina to Ucrus soe. 3 and paanllry tMii r tlng cured four nice cuttings of hay. We Onrrard county from 20 rods stone. lino Irs. AildrM (Iniahed product and Wr next canvased tho German ismined the Dsnvirto nntf Lancaster pike whols Dr. Earl S. Sloan, 'nrmers In this srctlon. found them found It both finer In lexturo and road Ifi rods stone. the shadowy ranks of thoso who marched to defeat or death or vicloiy fifty g Boston, Ma., U.S.A. 8uafbrd and Hlstoarllla pike rice folks and It is pretty good ovl- - weeter In aroma and more greatly ago in the mighty conflict that convulsed this great nation, is there I -.10 tore or grandfather or undo of yours? Would you like to see a photograph n dence ths way they take to the 1. J. relished by work stock, and less brlt I fnaw Stanford to ot mm 111 mai long ago aay 01 nis youin a pnoiugrapn mai us never Knew was Ve ery murh ndmlre their sound He wltli less wnste than is posii''e reds stctae. stcre to from Otsh's nBM til en? Perhaps we can show you one; and in any case, we can tell you a ' rigfer-- In sending tbelr children to wltli clover hay. There U nHo ''s asglivg Fork brides 30 mdt ston. stcry, trTngcr than any detective fiction of 3rS00 priceless photographs that Itusli Ilrancb plko soc. 1 from Stan liay of this kind than snr were lsct and are found again. 'c Vr.'l term of school o they will dust with '"arn Kngllsh while In Winter the other. Mr. Klelbssa's alfatfu is green ford and Lancaster pike to Husk k Hrancr- - creek IE rods atone. 3,500 Long Buried Photographs 12 "IJtr.: - able to stsnd th 2 from Hush ltrnn h Same see The great draft ("tslllnn I'm I'an r,,,,dren attend s. !rmnn jcIkmiI thus nd looks betFor th Cot of M&iUnf " "" ' """ " the Civil Hubble 20 rods gravel or """J "''nuiring 00111 mngusges. jne success by saying made hit own wl make il.e re 11 .T7i In nrdrr to clve yon tome IJei way creek to stone. ol thltwork we children trudglnir ihnu'gli the tales br the eratcst photcerapher In the cf the greatness super b reproduc- u of Kill at mr pla'e on th Hwreer-1!,,- tl prepa pike sdc 1 tho soil Is prepared, thorough THEY Lutts ut tlal day; thcr e bouebt by ths ill seodyou 12 Stanford nnd Lancaster n,,w. flr-blrer'l and ruddy 0 10 Innire a lhln poll'1""1 plk,. 111 tions of tha photocrapha free of 3O,0OO: thy vHre bur ol Lane 10 rod from Stanford to Logan's Ln led uleiGuTernnient tor necessary-Theration being absolute! charge In a handsome portfolio. to the War rtaiartmtnt (or SO ytart Ihey are buried there IS rods grave). lie W ihe lre of ttitt Jtv rhiinenlinr . reekHl prefont n fine plctire of These photographs are very exthe soil where crop Is to be lone nnd eC. 2 from Logan's lano to till. But a dapllcate Klii lert by the pJiotosraphet nho pensed ad valuable, but you bwlih Ciorn.nns In ibis sctttonicnt Same UorstMi eld for i& imrf of 'hr- send cnlr 10 cents to cover the down: that duplicate set waslnocaej died poor and largelt predominate although there 'n grown must b0 thoroughly Inoculat Garrard line 25 rods gravel. .naroa that sold far $785 at J. H. covt of Mailing. They are not only from p !la- - to t t fcr nearly SO jear, until It wj discoveml ed with soil from .1 field where alfalStanford and Dmvll'o plk" from a collector. lttuigbtnan'ii big sale lnt fal. Nu I . by a J. Pierpont Morrao tried to Interesting framed, historic a stand Tide. Swltxer or Kruiicb-S-make BDki mint. but. d General Oarfield fa has been successfully cultivated from Stanford to Mrs. White's gat- t rur; did addiMoatojuur library nalW nii Clarence Tat rvtniMiii w th Ilea.ar a . .'.Tier aid It vra worth ?ivi,ir-y- et .U I'm nmi tima will tall vn', If one can succeed so well on upland, rodn stono. 2 from Mtj. White's to collactlon V nnived at StMpr hi tlre to Satan fc. fllttos tv tlm. lor a pair of ok Reviews, the ent r the he'. cf t'o DW l , ff. ."I KCTIffl ol i w li'i with a shallow soil, why can t our blue iv rttn IM county line SO rod1 to-'- e h br a . i'h red Into 10 treat volumes and ti be present at a selal JCSEE AND ENPIQUE ,' by Mr i your reje- - at lr a than tlw vali-- i ot one of rrl lhljni'tI f.ipti (bMprict of stone or grave! shall con (armors also raise alfalfa? A rod The grmt bIkiw poi. las and aid Mrx. Cbsrlas llmnier on Vd- Kras r tir of n. t e irat impart al '1 t ryot tie (ml war it is tho Mr. Klelliasa hf interested in the slst of 225 ruble feet A' R,,.tw u t "pl.l r sloryol will nelay nli;bt. The voumv men of tli I.rt'i a ra cannot Pe It u"s the itectlcn r " nniilhcr fine Shetland fland broken stone and gravel must rr-'. liefora Tken under r- tlwrki never be. SuJthccoutoo Miake the seawm at in) Kvo eomtotinllv b.id Keen engaged In an settlement of the nrouglitontown am' bn on mrfln of rond or sectl n b' cf I'ttl .,(' 'T itjcraphsbr'neto cr t once. " J. V UAsicrriaae, know a pl es f tl- a war; thy penetrate to atrarce plates and known Je3e, the olhor pony old lime lo ndllng ha da. wlijle Sospor. neighborhood with good Ger September 15th, "111 All ravel mus loo NeworL.N.Y. be spteail before October 15th 191' rann families. e rJt- He has alroady slS .3. fE- tn- crsek lull" hor Knrlnue la Ucs- tin glili proixued a big dinner and Ml metal Is to be mo.surel by th ftnnil ran. f rtMtct c titrate. priviles cl selllnf these books Is IlBMEMEURi-O- sr Ihn 11 lr rorfnttlODI uf iHe4 In the Ameiiean bbieland 1'ony supper for the orcnslnn Good miiHle. ed'lb new families to locate hcr, in resnvjontatlvo of tlie court. avIio may limited si to time. Our supply of Free Portfolios Is limited Yotar If t farms deslgnato when and where It in quantity. You mutt be prompt to secure eitber. Better to bo a follows: CortKlcato of reK(s- - lot to ent and everylMwly had a - e the last year. Nlco War Tthturanhl rrajtf L'lub. Pl.il Far framlot tand rnuralocd In tais coupon today. sliow theso new citizens to bo adepta srread not later than January 1st 191 JinniN tsftrtfnl In. Alao arDtt nt This oertlflcuto that tlwio tlnm. Spent the remainder of the tratloL plrlarcf vml tell All .tone he go (1 tb alorr of .! MA fnrsahattha aoTCrlilaieDa has been registered In VoluHi 10 Club evening hm Mr. and Mrs. 'ohn W In fnrining. Uncl0 Sam Is to be con- ouml. Inrd furnished must limestone or quartz and for hst( a doitn priDta, I fa Mid 102f3 of the (Jritfln. Here wo met Mr. Omar llertel gratulated on getting such first class broken In pieces n"t to exceed two or nUiidarfl number Diaa lb whole fnllertlaa toyown. varloa 10 c.aU to cover tb cual cl Shn.hnd Pony Club stml rP, Amerteaii Mr, itrrlp 1, the leadlnc citizens and both ststo and nation Inctaiw In diameter. inftUlof may The eonrt or Its 2am Ihn.H. t'c Shetand pony stallion merchant here and has n big trndn ,RlIoaU! make efforts to nttract them. rejeet Bnr material representative alw " not of proper Addrcii I.110W11 as Knrlque of Punmoken white, such desirable oitlji8 ..' rather than "re of ..? or iullty nidders must sor wheth- this .Th" g0 to Canada. and black head; white star and ..nip; Truly yours. ston under j.nn o. n'"ek blai oxtendluK to'K,T,s dirfercnt accounts of bow the n. I. BLANKEX8HII'. ccmsI'H. will be broken by hacd of SPECIAL EXCURSION kuec. lirgo black spot under Lolly .....i.r. nuniirm itiariFu. une account, Tito cour. reserves the rlqh' to extending up flanks and aides; lower anu tn most likely, pays that the old MAKES WORK RARIFP rofeet wy and all bid. Hlank forms nrUl black spot on lidles would halt of talk black; Join together an mtilStanIor:1 People aro Pltasad to Learn n which bit's my be made vn 6c loft sldp of Mek Foaled May 29 190? btaln-- d from the county clerk. CnjI soap ome 4ft ypurs ago. and p Hcw ' ' Dsns. .1 ...' Hire, Tho Major of Ponmokcn 9921 ...... . . nrettr hard In tad to dutle t.f Hids msv N obtained at tHo' Dam Iady Gray m n priry miundentBTid llrol by I C. With a constantly arhlnit hark: Cniaty t'terk'n ofrtce. Ing common at such time nnd places Pnce. With' anpovlng nHn'r disorders. I.lsc-lown a rck taishsr M. S. DAUQHMAN, n fight resulted. Another to the effect t(P-T will bo permitted tot linn's Kldner- IMH hTi mn1ownrV-- m Stanford, Ky. tuai tne om rarmers would meet at n.e,s'r. it It "t M per rtl certain point to "sonn their .. Ho thousands have gratefully tetl GEORGE n COOPER, .wntcn had free run or th range., "M- - They're for had hicks, Clerk Lincoln County Court. for w,k Vldnpyg. acorns and nuts arrordlng n Tine mnst ' Htsnford people gladly recommend Round Round i Jli tt''ennrlr days. Others Insist It Is a Do"' AVERTS AWFUL TRAGEDY- Tr,p Trip ueriusn name, or has changed to Ger-- ' Mrs nunnie, i.ncaater, St know th,nf, man. ami should be spelled lima- Timol,. advice given Mrs C. W. .' I me of Marengo, Ww (It. No. 1.) horm.. nroughtontown near by Is have n- -t the lesst hesif. prevented a dreadful tragedy and sav-- l SPECIAL TRAIN named for several families of the, Hon In recomrnendlniv them. My Doctors had said her. ed two Ijves who live or did live there irevs woro disordered ror some tlm frightful couch t was a "consumption" n Rlnale.nn who Is running a "n.rt, M1 was mr 7""'lon was no. cough and could do little to help her. mia. neTerthele.s annored generarstor,, here as successor to many failed, her nun My back ached almost After her to remedies King's Now DIs deal. urged ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. take I)r, .vm. Thompson, was born at Walnut constantly and sometimes became so covery. I have been using It for Borne Plat and la a relative of CapL Single-- lame that It required a great effort lime, she wrote "and the awful cough ton, whose last residence was Iinneaa. 'or mo to stoop Thore were also oth has almost gone. It also eawo4 toy lit JS trr Bymptoma of kidney complaint tHat tjo boy when taken with a severo hron .V I tjood results always follow the two Inr If U on nl1 r. mo JtnB. Slnr? iiBlnB Itoan a cnaj trouble." This raatehlesa M-- t na'uro ln'drl If yo . want a bathroom that wilt o I'olov'? Kldnoy l'JIIs. They slvt i?.i bopn 5Wnejr.Pi h' T2l,reure1l. Jl1 HhVK,,"1& cine hat no equal for throat nnd Inn wrltles out of the system. let us lntai one last you ptompt relict In Till casej of kldnoy a nnd rcgtifar condition Prlcu B0 cents and i.0l for ou NOW, and bladder disorders. - ...i,.v.v.. ".... .... uvu.u. w..o Try them. nervue. no was urcn We carry the belt llne of tin, gut- - iii iu anfl strength. Bold by Q. L. Penny. Sbupars and Tanner. ny'g Draff storo. terlnn, spouting, Myers pumps, gra f.n nil the specials In nrcrerenrp tf,ra.I0Te''., . Wo T Well" Lini-mer- it I 1 tl wMg Notice Is hereby ilven that bids ha rseelvod by ths county clerk until 3 oelock n. ra Saturday, Apr! 22, itill for stimo nnd gravel c n tracts on the various sertrons of turn pikes In said IJnrotn county Ky. All bids for furnlhlng, haul tig breaking and spreading stone and rav el must bo hchW and Tiled wltli ths Count, Clerk as aforoiald nt Stanford, Ky, and no bids will bo received aftsr Wiat time Contracts will lo let to Us lowest anil best bidders, ami coi traeton will bo required 10 gtvs band wit, surety, to bo approvt-- by tho wuri ror u.e raiurui penormane or enairaeis anu ror an peirameB snrt dsmaoos for faUure to no perfarnt letr rrannracts wltaia tho time and will Nv r. ke-Tip- i 'f til tln l't.j " r-- el's jrr 1 Ui ,, 1 tab SLOANS LINIMENT rub-dow- n . .. ;"'"' Iisster ' " ' roh " ' .tn t,. nr.,i?P. - ro d. al eos ai-i- 11 - 8 J1-"'- ' 11 f r'e R. S. SCUPPER, McKinncy, Kentucky. 1 JL ter -- 1 geif-tmig- e 'f '."" " irWho Was " - That There IN -- "i You Knew? FREE Ca's s" George Hur t e. r. 1 "'V iJ. . of War kt d iyerW '.sun. act - NewT-n-lan- d v lent 1 ren pla-o- d t i s . - a- -i , . !' i ' 1 r C - - nsit well-kep- &eilTai-ettrct- f- 1 ! fn,ir 1 I "y se-tl- on lt ' -- ?. ...."-jiir- nrr- ...... ' OIKyCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, April 9tb ( -i- hrw $.5o-i- Th're rori11l?yl' '"i, IJHHaaBl LllaVX9lllifaBBBBll Kt Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. I !!... , LTvUm thu cr ?.!' .... ,,nl,n "'e flRfnt' specials, T, i sldered n good, safe and trustworthy! Rnienher tho name Domi's and nn otn,rman. II left thP service or his own ' ECZEMA CURE A BEAUTY WASH arcord in 1J0I. Since that time he wad ROCKCASTLE MAN DEAD Although D. D. D, rressrlptlon has employed by Umbort and Puffy, the been recomlta for yean as thu on larceit handler of ent, rirlihn:a Pan "imnon. ared 31, died Thurs roraedy for Kwsma, Psoriasis, and all In n nrr thr at Ut home on Copper Kansas. If anr refer-othor formi ! IWn dtseases. It la now enec l wanted Inaulre nf Q ,,ne" Ste - imrmli "tt,"r R ""rr "'V"? "2f 8lmp- II,. wai nf ('. ..... nrta ..... .. t,.- - st,.. is.-- .. ... ,.u -- at,.....i. I uu.,u ,.., ..... . UUJU, e national iianic; .,, ,s Orrhrd'On IT t J. surrtved y iiswk, rrtramereMl Bank; erun innr nea ny mo Demur sp ' C. S. rs who 101 i MM of cialwti, that can compare wltli this Kvan.itir: State mnXj raphlrra. 11 'T riT"' -' .mitr fin" r" rnill children tufld itquM (or eleanftns; thrt sstn of of Parsons. Kan , r Rny rV "A" n pimple, blsfchearts, raiti, and all sim man e. He waVreared frm ehlld- jioin ny i, m. uianKeasrip. "r. 'onufvffjif aR,i r,,r;,t,cr ilar sura nn'curras, iv mftr.s,r f n etjr-- r Kor tht- - reaurm alort a bottle ofKe1duin, sued TO, wha raaTea a'sthl "v s a will.) ,eai 'nrwi - it D. D. I) shnnld he Wept on hand In ,! to th. reapers .tM'rn with W overv hAiiMhold, A trial bottle no.Aflnir and rsnt'y. 'rm n .ffVe V T. !": V ",IT Ma '"r- ". """'."T d bahlr n'..-- e be rrst will show yon the merits of this RTisat sira erjtncH U he fln I V T Ml- n V I. ornr lived In. II ta cuaiented svlnp Ht ' rutriedr as a complexion wah, - 'rm Kood healtN nil rhemri' t t mmMvAm fA VAVrtrtVA thlV fJlllllli 'hlch he wns a erwlint a Tiercr htt w whaterer the trouble may ho. cltMns- ' as pf tne dlnanpeared Other ie ,tflfn .t Iiik the rhln. and learlaff It a oft W(r nrtl.eTH ri as f f . ouiooth as claar ns that of a heaitnr 1Ht,lm, n VorV Pf,(l, ht ,r, n . " ." i w. It vwt he waate4 ta eas nnd well. Pure w er mre a'r an t child. vnnhlae -- nr Oct a We hsrstle tatray aart keep it rr1e"''l won lers Amoir fe d'fl'e- in the hene "M - n0" ,T,rV " Hhflrira aasl Trwaer. D.hrVrnxntuBred.. tar-for- "n0 , ' "l W. K. WARNER, 6 Ky. J". iuf TnV,?' '1t ff " - Hanna's Green Seal "Tlie Made-to-We- ar . i South-wester- n .,!, nn th-r- .r',f Paint" s TIN-sle- -, wm, re"t tn ". '.IT T.ZfZl r-v f.-..s- FORMtTLA ON EVERY PACKAGE Does This Mean Anything to You ? It expresses Ike Baker's Labor is tne prindple cost "a 's'e faiti ia tste predact -"t is paiitiBs;. Tne material shoald be tie best. VA YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. POR 8AUI BY "MB, , -f CRAB ORCHARD - KY titmjspiii fa sjbS "'" '' r-- --h anUITT- MORELANO KY 7 ihiimi il ll i ii MB ft- - C ft. HUSHES, T.W. HUMBLES, MMBi W. O. WARTIN, I - 'MbK- JA WE ARE HAND H i 9 '' II ' I a ii.jii wi1 Time fahbhmw Shwp Dip n ww MmiieuMH 6te J7-- pasksvilu: ii in "i i iwi Ht I I 0Lr WE ARE OUR LINE OF 8PRIN0 MANTON LINE THIS !" Mti Or Uy la vmt " Food for wUc. C, 1) lUmB cold nice Jrrst. cow For Sale Onto romrf (Man Vor. 76. MIm JltMie . to O. A. Carter tor f Hn Individual 1 13 Minor, daughter ot Prof. J, I). Minor, Fred VoaAllmiui. Fur Sale. ISt baloc nli4 tmj. Mn in IlL of typhoid forer. A grandson cf F. li Barnf-ttlIttlatllU,Xr. M- -t Mr. Ilice Harmon shot three fingers 1 OSTKD. Father 1a. W. B. Klir. rap, Mr D. Hop. J. T Martin, off with n dynamite Sarah Ii Martin, per wife and sou left Bunday for Ok private Mil. Hood form for noma City nnd other places of Inter-cit- . easy Sao Mr. Itelecc X. Crpontr W. T. May ft Bon sold to John lntnatlrl Ptx Hrw. mBWeeBMMMHMMKBMMMMI Wek f fM Mc fer mil frmt. Thw kMt 8 hM l tet FurAM par wkleh h Tl. 0 tnn Rv 1- -t ft - Tt M-J- McKINNKY Taorti wllll bo ft meeting of tho cltltoaa and patrons of th (traded school at McKtoney school house Wed neiday night at 7 30 and everybody Interested tu the school Is cordially invited to a tend. , Tri 84-- AN CIMC By audi ii a vary tkm pU BMtter. ' To epn aa ACcoMAt, send your name aad addrcM with yaur first B deposit The money may be sent by registered mail postofficc money or-- , dor, draft or check. As soon as deposit is received, the bank will send you a pass beok in which wll be writ-to- n your Harnc and the amount of your depos. it. Open an account .today with tho HONOR ROLL BANK Corrrfltotke (burHfoifee Oxfords RECEIVING LINO THE FAMOUS MAY f lllfl foBW III. KEiKV M UlVjHfi & I 5 4M. MMA)TI 'Hf Anything you want in Patents, Vlcis, KWfl, elc. in the latest styles. We invite your inspection. A farmer of Franklin county llalne lion been giving noma testimony In r- Rnr to reciprocity nnil trust. llR raid ho, recently paid $16 for a plow made In tho United States that could be nought in Canada for $7.50. And the plwosold In Canada nt half price wns exactly tho name kind of plow and made !y th0 name concern an tow oiio bo bought. He Raid ho paid 1100 for a cream separator thnt was being mild In Canada tor about half that price. And tho ncparator sold In Canada won oinctty the same concern as tho one bo bought. It Is atrnnge that the peo Iluslonrlll. BP the new collar pad ,'litry'n barney nhop. t J, C. Mc IV HUGHES, MARTEN CO.. L GO TO W. H. HIGG-INS J For Your Disc Harrows, Smoothing Harrows, Corn Planters Cultivators, Riding Walking Cultivators z' ple of the United States have patient ly endured in discrimination made nir.ttiiBt them by tno tru8t no lone. Kver) body l.nowg that they sell goodii to tho foreigner cheaper than they V1M to citizens of tho government that gives tnem nil their privilege. . Tho B.ilo ot ItiiHsell Dlllfon was well attended. Col. J V. Chandlor cried itlio sale and tho bidding was spirited Torn Hoone bought a nice pony and rig for ?167 T Nolnn bought n mule ;nl 5110. Sterling Curtis bought a 4 lynnrold mnre for 100,' and I'. K. Par Irish nls,o bought onn at same price Milk cows brought from 42 to 65, bows nnd shonts 137 to 156, horses ,nnd mules from $75 to J 130. Every thing brought a good price Mr. Chan Idler tells us that tho Murphy nnd Ac-tu- Stanford, Ky. We Want SPRt'CE UP 'And you will find the best line the market W. H. Higgitis. Looking For An Spring Suit ? Carried In Stock By Up-To-Da- te And almost everyone has that SALT, LIME, GINSENG, FEATHERS ETC. to rig up in new tos. we have an ticipated this feeling and Easter Sunday H. B. Nortbcotf. will be welcomed gladly by men who buy T.K. Tudor. Mgr. on PUQNE JO their furnishings of us, as you can always find a becoming suit at our shop The new, nobby things for the young USUALLY patmen and the more conservative at NEEDED. II. Hustlo fold n bunch of terns for their daddies. Have you seen hogs to II. I). Holtzclaw at aUo a cow and calt to Joo llaugh for IN THE DUYING AND iiu. ones ? If not, let us ask a I. I) Thompson bojght a nlco heller those fresh 8ELLING OF REAL TATE. THE SERVICES ln.ut Ulthard Williams for U". (.aiTiui" ii ice buuJiit OF A BANK ARE USUAL p:i't of com (visit riht now. Ing LY NEEDED IN THESE mules irom Mrs. Ham-uiond- largo crowd present. Hortos sold from $75 to $1'JU, cows 65. household gocda sold very high. mare KnrlPy Scott sold n to Kdar Klam for J 110. The wlndstoim Hnturilav night did consldernblo damage In the- Crab Urchnrd section, in addition to blowing tho large new tobacco barn of It II. Ilronnugh vrMch was covered by 1,200 Insurance. It also unroofed a utock bam on Dr. J. (J. Carpenters" rarm. and a mill shed of II. C Chap-pel- l of near llrougbtontown. Fencing also suffered. Henry Wells sold his farm of 41 acres near Hunter's Kord to Mack Wrd lor $1,000. J. T. Manuels. the Ornb Orchard barber, bought Mr, Lllrd's house nnd lot for JCuo. Josh Wilson sold two sows and pigs to W. It. Matheny for C0, bought a pair of yearling mulu colts from 11. L. UVlls for $110. bought a yearling, mule from Harve Edwards for S6.1. He also sold a yearling mulo to Mr.r Cress at s J!i. raid i cow and calf to J. A .ri&. wilo nt KlngsWIle was n good one ME IS HERE Produce AND HANDLE LIVE AND DftfcSbED EGOS, HIDES, ICE, COAL, FURS, POULTRY, WOOL, .1. d Cc, ES- , d The M System Clothes L. L. SANDERS will fill the bill. 0. Nick McKenzle, of Pulaski for J. I). K.vfs is ouymg all th0 nool In tho country paying the larmTs from 1G tn 20 cents according to qunll t-- W. E. Perkins, sv;trw I? CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. ly. Stylish Fitting Garments Latest Patterns, Well Tailored. Just received a complete newline for Spring, of above make. We invite your inspection. RIGHT PRICES II. I). Holtzclaw bought a Preston colt troin ltuss Dillion for ?S5 and n inaro Tor 10. I. B. Pnrrlsb bold a bunch 5or heifers to J. M. Cress at cenu. ror Sale. Kocd com, Clold Iltandard cllow improved lloouo county corn, .25 jcr buslxl. John Cook. Waller Mcncfeo wld two mill: cows to John De Horde, or near Crab Orchard for $G0. d fSEKSfcV Tf A' ' T'V ' A WE TRANSACTIONS. MAKE LOANS. ADVANCE MONEY ON MORTGAGES PRCHU1E STAMPS. AND OTHERWISE ASSIST IN CLOSING UP DEALS. WHEN YOU BUY OR SELL PROPERTY. LET . THE BUSINESS END OF IT PASS THROUGH THIS BANK. WE ARE CONFIDENT YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH OUR SEHVICE. i Dock Grey J incnes tall, by HukIi Held Kotitor will maUc season of 11)11 at $10 to insure a .Ilvlnj; colt, llo Is by uu imK)rnd L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard, N p. .MomisffA-t- : Ky Shetland '):;, State IM m s,fiitx"aj;,tiJ'-cxv5S'jErn.- . K Y(SrM ,v The Kind that Burnsl good, Makes no clinkers, and Very Little Aoh'es. We Give you 72 Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen Ounces to the Pound. ' i I Ioiiy that cost $1,000 in tho Shetland islands and Is regarded by borsem Iim tho beta pony In Kentucky reating all comers In th ihD : ir. r iao:i. Men retained on all j until season Is pnld. MHrw iwitn or bred ebewUero and money liecoiuos due. v ill make tr.o season nt my tnrm. JOHN B. FOSTER. Stanford, T(y. Trust (o. .''i' sd, ram yizvr&XHszumvBzs!, pUVAOMM pa-ic- i . Silver Wood Silver Wood, non or far Wood l,7"d record 2TJ bmthr to Nor Wowl l.Vi 'i, sire of Iidy I'ontitantlne 2 1" n ml eight cthern Kim 1st Far Wood i:27 son of Nui Wood NO. 922 VOL. 11.. HO iirold 2:18 31, s.re o; Manager SIRED UY WASHINGTON NO. 54, FIRST DAM BELL BY RHODE-TICIick Heart 2'im i . Aduio n .:l II, and Id othura. Nut Wood NO 104, SECOND DAM BY DENMARK. THIS CHAMPION 5 GAITED SADDLE STALLION OF KENTUCKY, 0OU, record 2:18 3 4, son of lief out ' 14. Silver WHICH EVCRYBODY IN THIS AND ADJOINING COUNTIES KNOWS HIM by Vnllenn Wood's first cam l'rincesj (1308. ho bv lie; 2:2U BOTH AS A GREAT SHOW HpRSE AS WELL AS A BREEDER, WILL mont !4, Vntlcnn's dnm llambletonli n MAKE THE SEASON OF 1911 AT MY STABLE IN CRAB ORCHARD, KY. 10. Far Wood I7'i8. wcord 2 27 2. Rex Arbuckle 1467 'I ,1 J. H. Baughman & Go KENTUCKY. STANFORD, 'W - - tfllgi'llJl'''' - wr FTPFTJTV,T(f" j FIRST NATIONAL BANK, :' STANFORD. KEKTUCpy. . VIU makV the C'oinbtiied stnlllon. roatioii of UUl at J. N. Denny tarni, 4 milts iroin Uincanter, m Richmond plko at 120.00 to Inwire j. II .lnt; volt. Hes Arbuclile. HU7 'jy Hex MnDon- inld JS ho by llox Donmarlc 840 dam Miss Hichmoiid BM by Klnr Hith lard, by fS. 'd dam Iwuie 'Lynn. 3G1, by Stonewall Jnckwoii, 72 id tUun 'lv WaBhliiKton Denmark 81. Oreanon riorwcH by Sand Mwipin's M xoii wild, traded or bred to any other horuo without consent, the money will bo claimed for service run- Idcrod by our Irso., ..mrei kept . 10 cents ncr nay on grow uur nor re- 'uponslble for uccidenta or csoayeg. A 'lien retained on coltB for tho bmhoii vI PRESTON. :itl! 2-- It no 1 TO A LIMITED NUMBER OF MARES AT 125.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. WILL KEEP MARES ON GRASS AT $2.50 PER MONTH BUT WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENT OR ESCAPE OF STOCK SEASON IS DUE WHEN MARE IS SOLD TRADED OR BRED TO OTHER STOCK. J. C. BAILEY, Crab Orchard, Ky. iwAneyJiV - - $50,000 o,uuu ' i5UJKriiUO EjKnE,U 'V4 Organized in 1'882. ' . - ' Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory vSsrvice. Make your home as modern for your family as a ice, MB. FAHMEU: ' POSTMASTER AT EUBANKS residence, aud place yourself in a position to get tlio lutest market quotation II. Jaekaoti Howard wus bppolnted at any time. This, cau be accomplished by means of our telepUano tor vice , Ky., and r Postmaster nt which you and your neighbor can get for a sum that is small cwlrpared with coucd his commi(i'or tho 17n'. The tho benefits received. Cull or uddrcas our nenrost office or writo direct to uppolntiueut wns timilo ou the recom Headquarters, Nashville, Tenu., for information roardmi: our uncial "Farmendation cf Caleb Powok. It was mers' Line" rate. If you are not nt present enjoying telephone service, we beeti ap- - ran imineiliatnlv interest von. claimed that Jli. I'u-Uur lilies cover the BtuU'i of Kflltuokv. nointod to this niion but f he uad.Tdnuutisoo. Misisiini. Loutiana and tlie Southern iwrtiuti ol Imliaivi ami Uenjno tho mattor m xuieuMdare.l j.'vST THNKESSKK TKh. THU. CO. nbovo result. titfnnrnriun r!i.b-i'il.Buo laincnstor, Kentu ry DENNY BROS., fUHAL TGLeFHONEi. ld it t 1st dam Nora Wilkes, dun of No Wood Norn Wood ; Norn Wllketf. by (ieo AMikea Kin, 2 22 Nut Wood liOO. record 2' 18 1t dnm Win Huasell, dam of Maud S. .'.OS Us SILVER WOOD lg a black Iiurxe fill) li; handa high. wolKlit l.'.'UO poiindB fouled In 1U(J5, io)se8eH Kfoat niitur-ti- l mylo ami nil round action, extreme finlHli bono ami aiibstniico. llo l"ifi uopr been bapdled for speed but can vny tion!d he go. a 2.2( Rat eaay. liol with I'Ih 8ilendld pedlKreo ricn color add kind dlsiiosltlon umko u Breat ulmN SILVER WOOD .will mnko th soa- ton of 1UU nt the barn 6f P. F. Iltz-- j PHtilck, 1 mil8 Horn nuuuio on v "lt lilluaBiHi ' llie I'illlVUlO len doilafa "to Insure a livlug rolt up und all tlsbt, W. L. SLOAN, ,, llybble, Ky i. 1 3-2