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The Stanford interior journal: April 18, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911041801_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: April 18, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. fJ 1 VOLUME XXXVIIMj The Stanford Interior Journal. NO, 30. fe, Fi :kf,s STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, APRIL 18th 1911. EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. sou ININC FALSE FIGURES ON LOCAL POPULATION PREACHERSVILLE Surprise Their Friends VANDE-VEE- Breaks a Limb HUBBLE LATEST NEWS FROM i HE ) tf u m I r i I f I f 1 it. al 184 I'rearhersvlllo is on ttio retrograde JE83E LYNN AND MI88 OVER THE LINE T. C Itankln houchl fifteen two MARRY SUNDAY year old mules from James MoKorhnle t v dslly mall for'avpr 27 MR 8. SALLIE JOHNSON SLIPS ON at "11" per hond. years, n imoII servlco our sensible Jesco C. I.ynn and Minn France WET GRASS. uowen ''lvens, Jr., Is convalescing. UP TAKE3 FLORENCE MAYOR many Lancaster K) , April t". their woro wont to lrng about, we nro Vandcveer surprised William Hoblnson nnd James mint Squire J. P. Ilourno fold to Ranks MATTER WITH 11. 8. OUREAU frlcndn Sunday by securing license d now lllto a sailor, were here l.tst week IoOklnc for some Hudson, now of Danville, Mra. Hnlllo Johnson fell Thursda and driving out to tltc homo ot Hot. -- DETAIL REPORT ON a fine mnro on n desert Inland In tho nililbt J 0. Livingston wliero ttm wordn Were Rftcrnoon TTreaklng a limb In two good jacks. (livens bought $300. COUNTIE8 n venr for of n boundless urn, without chart or nald which mode thorn man and wife places. Hho Ueorce W. had started to vli.lt ono old mare from W. L. Sloan forIrto Tho protracted meeting at the Moth- xir.n -. i romposs or oven a gllmpso of a pass- llnth nrn members nr niflmlnqrvL. Lin . . ... ... . ." .miss Virginia iirlght camo out "MSl cnurcn, conducted by Ilev. Pat M)or Al Florenc,. does not propose ing null. Wo now cot our mall In.'tlil coln county families nnd hae'jotl or her nolghbors, Mrs. Oeorgo I.ftgan, from Inst wook to seo tho'rlrk n.ivls. nf tinnWn..nti nn.i n. wlnlio wide rlrclo of frlonds Tor when tbo slippery grass caused her to of a to lt Idly by anil accept Stanford's burn like our parents did fifty yearn rt fall. Several neighbors saw the nee! homc. folks, ,nastor. Dr. K.'. " ovulation as only 1,532, which In a ago. Anyono going to Crab Orrhahl in rnmnletn hannlnex. ' ic -- "" go-Mquire aicKccnnio dont and usslstcd her to her home. Tho Ing to visit Scotland and wiro arc ono hundred In ten years ItMiftir ohout oarly In May. IarS crowds. Tho song service led to ''rotcn mina , when l( is .lasKcu Injured member gavo her much pain . ,nRurin o iooknown Lightning struck ana burned u,,y th slnK'". Dr. Lyons, also of nccorainK to Kemarkable Man H to Mll nl tll0 he lB but she, wag getting nlong an well as hay 'tack of J. M. Rankin's last v. so''. HPklnsvllle, assisted by tho elllclent l to Census Dlrectoi in ofMco 1ub cy(vJ cU)r may ()ft He written J (Julto a number ot Hubl)lp lolks orgimlst, .Mrs. (Icorge M. Pnterson, Is . ... j ... rtrara Wint ng'ires ,rr ,0T0 fn,llcB8 or c,He forgetting,. WAS ANDERSON PROCTOR WHO could bo expected. went up to Lancaster Sunday to hear proving n very attractive feature of rirainnMirrf.who canvassed Htnntord DIED IN ROCKCASTLE, 0xIlev. P. II Davis. hen h gccmlg ,u1nam.ncy tho mnetlr.i?. UOUTOIt 0'HANN"ON KKTlHSi: ." coln,t.J it wrtrtitiomnnlljr understood hero "l . L. Sloan ,1V nnl! Oeorgo (livens 'Deputy Shorlff C. lho ,..... A. nonlnson took V- FROM NEW STANFORD DRUG COM went to Harrodsburg Saturday on bust IimW cTTIbub wan roiu ,j Anderson Proctor, one of tno oldest IWVIW k Qulnco Tankersley to tho pen. Ho Mrs Uettlo Illackerby who Kentucky, died at Ms homo PANY SELLING TO DR. BRYANT. ness. tho population or Hluniord sV)tcathT.t Abrnn.i new school Men " orchard. Kormnl transfer of the half interest nas neen wmi nor rather (Uncle JncK was convicted at tho last term of court souls, it u wild Vcrnon Kockcaatlo county ; lArf(1 ,,oro ,matVot enough. o"ili,8 nenr 6fr III tho Now StanlorU Drug Company lYeakey) for somo timo returneu to for tho kllJJng of his first cousin, Jas. f-L, Th(j .lho llMfciuiiiierntiin who canvassed iw( (jp q ,10mo ,n Iler last week nged ninety three years and Sunday. Rosa near Flatwood in July 1U10 and .. eltJ comiuuMl their totals and wag jj Ho had R children six owned by Dr. W. H. O'lUnnon to Di. juer gch0)), jKeien months. wU wns given an Indetorminato sentenco ' J. W. llryant of Siirlngflold, was ef In thoi ., .found tlfls number oi people rnnforri.nr ... utnnfor.l nt whom nro living. All wero with of from two to twenty-onyears. And of Hie -city llmltii. nnd this calculation am ,. .... , .. Ullll, m....lilm when death came, but ono who footed last week. ..I.I noticb na..u.l- SPRING CLEANING .... ..n.l t. .. .4lr..l..ii. p ,TV ' Tho C. W. D. M. hold an exchaneo nnd somo of IH to ro.h iiimjiuiiuu in inn wm in lit ntiu uiki.FOR uuni not include ICybtnd tnj8tP09 ,nnkl.nMlll, , of tbo could not be located In time zaUon of tho new vNiiwslih lis bee" ThJ Woman's lmT.rovnm.nt fMi, JtSatunIay at tn Ksto'nco and made It la hardly pro outlying wiburbs. .ph . ntlI. ,..,, of him. Klvo children woro by his first "'iSUnrord very respectfully petition Wf0 nnd onft by ,iH second. Ills old- - !1'",,"f'Cl'- - Ur:...0',,?.r,...0U"11 of course, that a recount can mjJ ut 1IoUm ot his city council to sot u, ana .ou iiructicc requiring so " DC secured, mil io umirim . apartAprllJl, md team here Inst Wednesday. Tho score cmH), resldlnB in Uiat "I wim now .iving is rreach8n0 time thnt h0 was uneblc to give the vcry c,ose. Lancaster being one tensu rnumoratara who worked in (tlcdlgtrlct H(c wa formcr.,,ounKCSt by his first wife Is S3 yoars work uetded to his Interest to tho i, as cleaning up days. Ever cltl Wastho good. 7en is requested to have hl6 yard, va to Hunlord can bo compared nnd the er-WbWu M ,,lhtrrl old. Mr. Proctor leaves a third wife, drug store. Mrs. Kunnle Pollard bought a horse . lots, barn ror in the report sent out by theu Smiley m bllt lcri. aro no children by ttot Mr. Dryant doen not como to Stan cant in (Uietal, yards, kllcyB and prem- of WoodfordWalker for $175. o (J. Dunlap, n rormer Lanises cleared of nil rubbish reusuF bureau minted out. 0lgnIa Whlle' Mill' district wero ,, Mr. ,.roct0r had m UesccndanU; ford a stranger About ton yoira i;o llttor, fiaper, tin cans or any thing else castrian, wo has held a Incratlvo poAnyono w.to hA. lived In Hta. ord, mchool fn cnl ft sition for sorap tlrao Pepper'a dislie was pliurmncUt for the old d'tig uslesn of offensive and to 1 of these II for rho PMt ten years nows that ttel disinfect tillery in Lexington, at been given n rM(1j37 ore grandchildren. has cicr cnou 7U ot the city has Increased and -- firm of C'ruli: k. llo";e:r. and has :i well with lime, crude carbolic, or any Ihe revenue agency for the district ulatlon ,,uirlct for a pChoo A ROO, mnn Iu.w.,lnB;great many warm friends held by the late Judge Ororge Denny, tllcr g00 gcrm dcstroyer A mthor than fallen off. A I'f01"1";'"1, lm0 IIIOV,M Uiw lllP yjMWm ,nc n ,rthdl'y or which Is ' and Lincoln who are :ordlally eoiQifi,ounilinindbnlldlnglo bo nnd contractor estimates ulnncr was givcn-hlattend tno salarv M. Farra was $3,00u a year eaually ns many Mrs. J. an Ideal hosting him bark. ed to by ttte council or thqso in charge ess Thursday "there are between fie, and lo ne bun"" -- I afternoon to the mora- "7, 4 ol same. T,bt 'bi3 sbnll apply to which live generations wero present.- dred more houses In Htanford iion uers of tlio F.mbroldery Club at her . rent -ECLIPSE QN APRIL.28. ers as well as property owners. That non'o on Stanford streeL A most Mr I roctor developed his seeond thsn there were in 1000 children In the legal Tbo- - popple of Stanford and Lincoln there nd(5ed t0 the pIoas- years Ho shall b0 nothing dumped Into !,erm,'t!n? living here. Prddon. eyesight about fifteen but for ago. Inst couny will have the rare chance to was then totally blind, the St. Asaph or along the pubUe the ticnry smitn, or uuena vista, sold a Roosevelt stii. preachee. racesulclde a total eclipsn of the suu during highways several years had been able to go leading into Stanford. Tint bow and six shoats to A. T. Smith for rcpor . of the nd could uiako out n capital toxt .ibout his home and boo in his gardah this' month, the phenomena .coming on whero it Is perishable assistance shall 155. It. H. Preston sold to Ike Dunn, Ct4liW census .... ..... r predlcl5menL y....,.t ot Lexington a hors ror UK. of Kealuckr, tbo glvcn , ,oadlng th(J r6fUBe Ho was only sick five dayiS uitti U9HUi.ua wiu oe T..i.c .rum toutW and rc.clltnDIlfcnicnt of WW. m,U Lawson ft Drown bought 12 200-l,0 X ociogk ... u... urr..w .. ... pneumonia We Bugge8t aa empty barrel b(j hogs from J. W. Sutton of west Oar-rarDUUlU,,.- - ,f(.pt ,n thQ bac,. Ulli.U In I8Sf h(. would bring produce to at 6 cents a pound nnd a bunch premge8 ,nto wh,ch Lexington In a wagon and exchange it era cuiies van cuuiu m iui u ujitti. tin dlTIa tirnlfnn rtnoa nnr. n.hM .... of ilO pound porkers from T. C. Ranwilt give a sufficient Hobbs dUtrlct. . t he northern section of this 8h may be put out'ot gght durfn kin at th0 same price. foi merchandise. During these trips ' enrollment of pupils Mrs. Hannah Scott a native and for'to necessltato Local ai- - ,hc year muld always stop over night at the country will be excluded. iKirkW town in the counties: . . jr...... nm,.when spring cleaning mer resldont of Lancaster, died at her ..,.lbe -- .v. w. ..v " "" (old home of Henry Clay, now tho I "onuraere nro Prep-irm'V 1Vog .or a ma. 110 after an ... i"1""... w' uo a email matter to home in Jessamine cduntyaue to genthan. a class certificate. . n Illness of several months, ti. k' kaa - wane tjia.. oui .fi li.iu. buuut-u- . "--o Lincoln courly..." 17,987 17,059 . lint ..... i iniTir . ,.UIUI 11 QUI, rfl.rf.1""-"1"1- " ...! ii.iRj . lh ni biuli: .h.- - b n Lr uinta iwv eral decline, aged SO years. She leave" oe visidio to l632 lfl,J ..... mombor of th Christian church about! Tno eclipse win aiso Mrs. J. J. Dickey. Pres. Mrs. J a a sister, Mrs. Klizabeth Mason, of this r7 33 were one, and vc had some mighty 80 years, and' alwayB followed closely Mwlco' Central America, the western Carpenter, CraUOrchJrtj .x....M. Miss Kate Alcorn, city, nnd several grown sons and 425 good schools. . !,..... 58 in tho footatfpaof Ws Master. Many iPortloa of the west Incies. the eastern ,Treas. Mrs. Sholton HuiiUjIllu Saufley Sec'y. daughters. Mr. and Mrs. . I). Mason, . . Removal of the bchool from our vll- - are t nun nr ausiniiiii n,iur -.n iiiiii i iliiii -Mrs. R. A. Haynes and Mrs. Elizabeth " ieit- mat ,inriisikiBtsK ine smun inan--- ... ,Uwu o. Civic Mason attended the burial at .. - imii. w.t ....!,,. iI... ur ti vti.v. . ".".oib. ni. e .h ..... county,. ....11.834.. 1242 lage, abolishment or our wuuiij WJti UUO duiliu h. " Saturday. 'wtendtog from Aukland. Australia. .. .. . "" """ n "" Is needed to .fr .....V......V. Miss Cordelia Hamilton, daughter of uuuts" ""1 KUOao"fl8 tomans 2 kill our little village, eventually, x,nn' .,., 85 fhcross tha Pacific ocean almost to Mrs. Sarah Hamilton of this city, had Promls-- . ago Walnut Flat UDap;a ifrorm,B my had her millinery establishment tu CCBlral America. An annular eclipse r,rap7,, omonl county... 14,473 12,416 Kokc4 A. Florence. MIddlesboro damaged to the amount 30 U lng plac but no- U oul a name, ,, Molldav .iSiwh dav of My.fgt tb. ih.lll occur on October 23 ," ?.c"ty i't. Vernoa of $200 by the recent WchVwaters. i UI iijuimi w w m.vvw iit.ini lllnizjmmaAr tlhb rosular'vblclt will bo vlslblo to tho United ' Itrodhead -. . V. s - m... ri r. h 'ThTLadtes iAuT.fsr ' the Chrifc. -f .:vtlVy,terW pt ijjlacoln County Court, States, but invisible to Asia, rnr uiZnZjimia .ZST 4" Riier- iian rnurcn win Mill' r In front ct lho court l.ou. lipine lilands, Austrniin, tho northern A very newsy letter arrived tbduy noon at the home of Mjs1. V, A. 'Xear -, JianujM-aaa .were unitLexington street TJberty , jLy V TT. ...'... .v SS0- 450 drpvc Over to bonds of matrimony. bfc8,Htallfotdt K) to , l,B,est nnd.partjor New Zealand and tho Pacific from Hpldam's Mill, but as the Writer onMr. holy ke,roi&tchttMHu2, bWdep a oncixn, unildld n. p'coan., Jnuiei B. lhiunvlllo . "no,u ,,,uwas tied by ifer. J. II, Jones failed to give us his name, wo can a one time citizen of ,anA8ier,r had - -- a,u . ' IS- -' 'I Knot or 8Ucll, J)art ,nlorv8, .MlddleUurit not nnd will not print it. Wo must a hazardous experlc: ! flaaa 14? tl'lmmii TlinmnunH , ,. XOTjt Ms residence. Tlur wero accom- na ww gUracJent to aUsfy uie-deu rf ni t a Yosemlto nomo, not when ,he wtis (nt(alKhtBns and h(ibr 31.291 tuinirii uy air. anu .Mrs. win. Aker.' ml rna(a ,,r,lffr,nr f.fim.w! tn- - fa. rt,!. was indicted bv the Webster countv n,wa)a aaJ? .u ......! inr?anf1 itnrnncASryfei,fAf n wfilla ri.ll.BiM WWWII ami .Iser of'IownR dewrlbeU.tiael ,',: iHiHl.rnu.'ETrtty on n cluirgo of murdering noc0S8ar"y rpr puhllcaUon, but as an brothcMnlaw The Somerset . '..'. ... ... of EJCAM'vVuorter,ivl''t.'nflr ithc bride. Tbo groom Is n farmer nnd v.t ttw.r Mft.,.lnn,l i ... .....-..- . vu.H.W,iJhls lalhfr. Hiurv Thumnson. s. Pi oil. cuucnco of Rood faith. in I inonin 4UI . ,t.iv Vlht'" .. Old Paint Lr9wteTWn'h(n.upper Garn son ot .Mr. anu .Mrs. n, i i.uuaioiu Kctncky, nnd Qontntnlng about 1Q dtnte tnerchant last December Young , .182 libank ME5SA(.E TO qrAi p rard for $350,:itfiott "which sye. a'hand-som- e HOPEFUL jnnd Is a hustler when It comes to ucrc8 of ,nnd( ,mu bounded:.' 257' liomnsoit watimfctoU shortly am , ill Scicncv scluoitOttse will be erected. t .... ,10rtI,- bv iha ,npk ...ri;. the .UsCoiers.'fiiat'a crlmo had beein SUFFERERS ISAND MEN WHO'S work, whllo bis brkl is n daughter l HAIR THINNING. .1.117 0n Hurnsldo . The Woman's Clnb met Wedncmxy uauarurr now oaia later. The same aftetrnnon n .the the Christian church..- nnd Mrs. S I) Carpenler, unil is ,)Iko nKxti nml ,ho Iand Qf villiam.ouinUUcd,' bu was dlsinlbseil as the ,. JB7!lr. Whitley ... scalp dlscnses. In fact "bald- - with Aliss FrahWyo Kaufman as lead .14.668. 13,817 both handsome and Ulentcd nnd a Miller nnd (labo lllalr; on thf. east b lt-- lt of an lAamlnlivK trial. Boyle county. scalp dlsoano. Tho trouble ' ' U. general fniorito with all . We wish, tho lands of Mm, John Ilaker and J with tho greasy salves and lotions, the er. Tl'e subject flor discussion "was "Modern Fneland." . -- . on the south by the lands of dandruff and Ream enrna vnn. T)r. Wm. Barnett-wa- s 4gjia Priin, in the d!te of Senora . .. 407 .43l!thcm , ., ... Perry lllo .. . called to Louts .. .. l. Neal; ::r : .t Tho recent storm did considerable, vmu uruwu anu n. w. ruru, unu on teXjCD "" uneudorrd to rebela last navo ineu so rar is that they doa't do vlllo by the death ot his oldest broth-o- r Junction City - damage to the barn roofs of Itev Tho, Ihe west by tho lands of Mrs. Julia Grundy Harnett, who died of", of; tho most gptacu- - HcnVnLnBJnUmpthr"!L,i Mr. 4.286.421 eck ancronc nsnrillo so it .. . ........ ..... M. -.......I VVll., ini'l rniiwr - nml h w. Vnr.i f.oinn-- th, jap battles ''.... MerCtfl insurrection 'doesn't fall until lt dried nut nirnln I eurt disease aged 51 years. Ho Js - ". .. of'Ujo UUU BWW, illlll-flWl-.- . v...n ,uw rtirvived bv n wife and two brothers sdme land contryed to M. J. pars,Tu ,battle was wiped on the interna- - Nothing can cure rwilly cure such ,ODr' t In thu Canaan section o"f (larranl. OEATH Off W.?S. Brown, of Stan- - . Dr. and Mrs. E. uul a r"al sca'P medicine that ford, spent Sunday J. ' llprn, to the wito ot Itev J. K. Hob- - by A.,W. Carpenter, executor, by deed t!ona, ,lne at 1K)ugIa8 Arlz., and i Idated Qebruary 1st, 1881. and of rec d.,ngercd the V0!I 0l American J to win kiii ine germs causing aanaruir W. H. Brown. Mrs. with Mr. find Mr. upfa - flnn hnv . n l - -- Susie Wallace, of Local relatives nnv0 receneu .u.u- ... .u .uuw.u luuhij ..a..... v ,,UCh an extent that a troop of Unfted, and sralp disease, leadlug ... -- . 1 .V.MW...M fit Tho attendance at tne hunscripuou ulu .. vitiivs .W. . Learning from fellow dnig-gist- s jjexingion, uas Dee., vis.imi? mn. r. MIsb Margaret l'-of chool taugjit by Miss LIhMh flee of Lincoln county. Kentucky.. Slatca EO,,UerB cr08sod tho border and f throughout America that tbey S. Hughes. Friday for a vlplt Letcher W. B. Goodc. iKi, Lexington Leaden Cook lftft to relaOed which Tww .Vmerleaiu. bad found a wblrlwl&d cure for dan- tives in Nicbolasvvine. Miss Lizzie . Uettus. wai cut down th. last ot tha ..... Book 14.. page 34, to ....- - ww "WW .'Banned th- " . ... r e . said: " . druff; eczema and all diseases ot tho raauo .creu account ot more tnn hail MW(ii ono mortally Dad orhers ". "n Alter an Illness of three 4ay. Mr. mt scalp the ,bOratorlescona-- Bettls Is In Richmond to take a course , Bawjertou8ly wounded In Dovgte Uurtns slctayrwttmi' W the Penny Drug atoro at the normal aohpol. Mrs. Ann Rob oro w H . Goode cf HorlnRiteld. KfT. vho tbo pupils being 111 with grip, coldt land. particular descripuon ... tf t The aald out tlrth ,alTtjn la (be firing. inson hua returnee alter a visit or c- lnternatlooal comiitev was found at the corner of Maxwell , several weeks to har niece Mrs. Ja t the land' QwBf .nn lvbeen pouniin the treatment that it la the cob Roblnaon of Onnvllle. C. D. Pow. twfea are feared, and Limestone streets Saturday, night j. ''Seara.j most prominent drug Btore la this city ell Is In Oakland. .Oregon, for a visit Glbwn Sjftatoriura at Richmond. interest tUerete .ot Jrie, ..uuertng'from a stroke of paralysis. which be inherited froa..te.vafu&er,t secured the agency for the remedy. to his son .Robert Powell. Mrs. J. W. S"0 ua' brou':,lt EPmo ,Mt wdied at the home of hi., brother. This remedy HMO, the clean' liquid Rowland and little daughter. Dorothy, Mrs. ty. J. f 4jreaMrTWrf .. . ....j. c preparation that kills the germ ot dis- havo returned to LoxJnrtnn Jitter a T.ii .1.1. ntdenxnt a severe operation but it poea this aJ4i.iiVMtry. a eot-Uo- a ease and ZKMO SOAP to wash the visit to Lancaster relatives. ucf beyen Miss 1:30 o'clock Wedaeaday morning. hat isaued XroaCVM Clerk's oo icalp or skin clear and clean ot the of Mndlion Be. of tlie Lincoln CIrcuK Court ot Mr. Ooode bad come to Lexington to OF LAND dandruff or stale and br its antiseptic Margaret Arnold, spentthe lereral day 63jtQHE EMA CURE.A Institute, Kentucky (and the further cost of I qualities sooths nnd heal. MBit hi. brotaer last week and It with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C A. '. , . Sold and- guaraateed by druggtata Arnold. Miss Mattle Lee Hubble, of this k).fit late of December 2?tb,, On Monday, court day April 24th bM 9U nnft thereafter on thu everywhere aad la Btaarord by G. L. Hamilton College, Lexington, la at V. M. "il of Jan - , urft" .... ...i ... ,. .ih.woiit it wkAtk tcensrecogniied for yeatji a4 uo onq uary 19U U, tho Sheriff lth Lincoln I ,. at 11 o'clock-- A. ,... u-- the i court Penay. of ! i home for Caster with her parents, win ' wsaedy for Eczema. Vsof llsls. and all county. Kentur.1y levied on aaldlM Sonutor and Mrs. R, L. Hubble. Mrs. 'bm ond t his brother'a t0 FOR SALE PRIVATELY! .f?..y.- - ... ( skin dlseosea. it la now ...vc.v-J. 8. Johnson and daughter. Miss Flop . . Ifttu..! ... a.1,1 l.nJ ... ,.1,1 ...... I witnout reserve, h. .u ..w. i. In waa raauirutbv ua ... oliMF foitaa or limit, for his condition ence .wore recent guests of Stanford-relativesother wash, tlon issuing in favor of W. II. Higgle rious, it wai nat ihouimihatlx )g Jneirn that thmre la.oo In hand. 63 acres of land on Gil- Dr. B. C. Roso and brldo. business ren those used by tho beauty spo- - nnd against said Ja J. Spears. Said cosh V,..; .. . ..:.- - u- - I 0n u,:u"Vvl an L' ..?'"c" nee Miss Sue Anna Lear, have return-cd- " j tiroke would proro i y dCSlr l " " rrom a bridal trip- bf several weeks thls'executlon is WalfWta. Ihat can compare sum of grass and IB o!1 Mr. Good'a wips vWKPJffflDJW WB. n haa a caBacftr of 76 n t..n Rh ..- -, ... - .wr 27..i i.... .w ......- - J,ltto f -- . frm for the-- . iqii'i 185 cwith This land is .,in tho southern cities. ..- --.... .... u,u , nu.h-eas- t .... in a number of la nt home from n of Lancas. husband's IllueBi) jSal r a. i .uour per ana tor tne ruruier sum u.i..iiud. ... Bu "." . Jacob Robinson j :. ssitai . . . . .... TKIa la n (rnn.f Inrin "Lexington rusBirrraBi aawrr--1 wea blackheads, rasWahd ail situ- cent uii paid anil la nrAlnwl cume to "'" union. Hltuatea on wo w. c -- . roaa ana winters solourn In Butler, Ga. visit. I"" of 911.45 costs. hrtectlbBB. Gaines Is in Stanfrd his brother and.iiljr BiHassrV iKilotnaMK'v V fa ' wujaisswr jti its bo sold ct. a1" DC" lu luu "raws patronag0 rrom Lasoy and out. ing Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gaines. "cal1 ,T Terms of Sale-- To Mrs. .'j nlonu n bottle of roaion Proyles of Millel p,rlnK to BC0 tne farra W,U on,or good turnpikes lead to It will purchaser hand in credit Hi fts dealt) H- - APT, ftkMlU boa kept on r.n hnuiJeivimr of three months, the seniritv to,1IuRues & Swlnobroad of Lancaster, I nndcounties,tuo ncart of a lino wheat Ray Orel and llttlo son Courtney Fort at his bodsldo at ,s , teturn Thursday to their home. hond nnd aunmved kimiBiui JK.AM.nl 1'U UCPLi'IHIIIIB H Afini(1 'Mil Mr. Goodo was BOOTH belt, f'Cr furtnor partrlculars wrlto Poarce. Florid.!, aiter a visit to Mr. at onco. niSillla slsi. wJmow:yorf the merits ot this groat, tho said W. II. Hlgglns. said bond,K'and Mrs. W. A. Price. Mls Kmma sides his wife, blG owi..u- or fcco j, s. Murphy. McKinnoy. Ky. iiuBi.e un- - ' n,"""u bearing Interest from dat0 of salo "' taftiedy ns complexion wash. Hughes Hnyp, of Stanford. wn tho a ter. who wern with IssssssssWiJimI ir . br,K,di ,lcal Ustato A8onts. guest for several days of Mr. nnd Mn. ilniivti.sY IJ0V '. D. seems to remove tho cause, til paldThls sale will take place t IISSsStAai bin death.'ho i - James A. Uenzley Miss Dove, Harris,-oIJy a majority of ca tho "wets" trlKiintevef tho troublo nmy be, cleatjs- - nbout tho hour of 1:30 I', M cm tlie Danvlllo, Is with her nieces, the ter, Mre. MntUjcSjl AVERTS AWFUL TRAGEDY. lumphod over tho "drys" nt tho local llM day above named. ttk J ihn ulrln t Anderson. Mrs. Ada B.. "" ainildrcn win J'" v" """ mill lini'lntr It na cnfl .i widow bntilioiv In Nlcholaavllle, last Misses was a visitor In Lexington last w. l. Mccarty. XI I v and clear as that of n licultDx Tmifcl P V Wit option election mil ' Mlvo a tho InratljJjpie week. "n. Sheriff of Lincoln County- loiiBhl.v ol Marengo, Wis.. (R. No. l. Friday, LVn,iil nrvlce wcitf IiehraLSPrlng ,cuuu. ' prevented a dro.uilnl tragedy and ravGot n 2r cent bottle today and keep 4) f.n,i:' Mr Goode was 6p"e jTashington , MONF.Y TOLOAN. R. .V.jL.i., i.T.i.a.. .TVf. r,B!KiIr,-hl,"'Ci-h?- ! . :. ma It iiiiriiniini I'liiiiiuai n vi !.,..! " In the house. For salo by ShugarH county farms, in any On Lincoln & Tanner. coug'i anu couiu u nine iu neiji iiur. i .w.i , o. it Vino farm but lived in Springfield u.uvu iiiuuuiii uo. i.uuiuai ,nllv remedies fnl ed. her aunt tlTouhty seat and ojio of tho most llKes. tn0 great norse owneu uy n.r w....a... .UU Galton by Gambetta per Cent. Term, B years, with rgtd her to tako Dr. King Now Ills-George Jlallard, of Ihilik Lick, haa CM-delightful or the smaller Kentucky . uhIiir it for Borne 0f jiubIoiivIIIh. was chloroformed lastwceK uy ur. u. i.. i.utyr, o. wunv.uu ? tQ pay after ono yoar. won. I hrvo Flrrt purchased tho property at that pluco prlvllego ' altlei, L,mo''! sho vrrutu "1,'d.t,, nwflil cm,?u "alton was sufrorlng from a tumor and ther0 wbb no hope for his Tecovory , forme rly used as a creamery and- wf mortgago. If youiHro in need of money T , 'xArJ. jBtonmch1jMd liver xenovnto if mm convert u nu a OhambMrtlh'B high- ; value ot your Mud, For further par- - chlal troublo." This matchlew medl - tall. Oalton waa 23 yeara old and was the slro of a largo number ol in-- . ii welling. As Boon as completed ho will .. Ublets osslst naturo In driving nil a -"- tt b4wa mi " ""o tuai 60 cents nnd u J A irC0t ... niovo In with his family, Tho prop- tlculAm write 10 u, u. owinouroau, ,.,iriti,. nut of the Bystem, Insuring ,, $1.00........ to nulla inw rt tha bona Intttr'oatri of lAm H and retor. erty originally cost Jti.000 but was pur Attorney. Mncaster. Ky. "uv "" j.aih condition """ V I """" via iree Trial tottlo freo Guaranteed by COlfl. r.v'. nriiir tnr. From it red-hos linnr-oonod . . T.-- iny 1 i tak. beru srlam l COUI !,,.. ... P.n , a .!ri.'. th.-cnn- t. !..,, ,.,. M l '-- lf ,,, kW .,., j o ,.,. thJd.riSiSnlSu'iSSI ,,. "SSpr ;; ,h,., ,.,v, to """''"''fVchoolMr. rng , -r-w - fm.ii - Ist sum-build- er m " wit-rttf- hlfSJJ ..... uu,to ll1""8!: ,:: .3" " wuu., '" !,.. "."" f ' 2-j3- ' ,.' -!!.. . rr Dost-ornc- 1. '."'' )irs -- fllik-nv- u wr ...! ... ... - ,urU ..' ywn" .. Nlcbo-IasTlll- Vr&lU ISTgmmm .Ai -- auy .. tr, vtu0 ..-j- .l-.i- - raeei-anpiran- w-i- ' tct, v, ' b: ,. 3fitit3bm ,.... wrrs ... I0 ... .., d m . S1 - wt-ll- ... fi iv-s- "' ed .'..... ... ,. .. -.a ti f- n .... o;ic ir a. doscrlbed-iailHi'Bd4Tld- eS J Mr.'" PtlBLIC evelgthathew.udd.yJAiaSW' -- , ..- && i EAvfc .... ), Fe-mn- H. tUlll4aMf --. xlv .v sv ..u, n,Bt by-bi- d r. v.v--..- iir. ,,, ", "-- ,i,.,r.i-3i.-.- JWaf wt il Aft ..rji f""' "s""1' ..." utt .k.. ".""... " T7'. - Mrs-Marg- j - - I"clon - 2U-- (iSirriyrtaUfl f .'..'i Kin-nnl- "V. . ,. i Great Horse Galton Chloroformed 2 - - l" r 25-t- - mii "rv ,. - 1 H iS V li k I ( Retiring From Business DOOMED. ! H. T. LOGAN, WILL SHORTLY CLOSE HI3 DOORS rOREVER, AND HIS ENTIRE STOCK WILL BE DISTRIBUTED INTO THE HOMES OF THE PEOPLE FOR LESS THAN THE ACTUAL COST OF THE BEGINNING MATERIAL. RAW THURSDAY, APRIL 20th AT 9 A. M. Lancaster's Leading and Most Reliable Outfitter for Men, Women and Children. DOOMED H. T. Logan's Fare- H. T. LOGAN. Lancaster, Kentucky. BUSINESS CAREER IN LANCASTER, I I well Festival. $30,000 OF HIQHORADE 8EASO-ABLMERCHANDISE WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT PRICES THAT WILL BE LESS THAN YOU WOULD OTFER IF YOU WERE A3KED TO NAME YOUR OWN PRICES. lit. CINNINO THURSDAY, APRIL 20t, AT 0 A. M. WORTH Bids his last farewell and places his entire stock at the mercy oi the public to be unmercifully slaughtered for the next 15 days and 15 days only beginning THURSDAY, APRIL 20th AT 9 a. in AFTER TWENTY YEARS OF HONORABLE AND SUCCESSFUL HAVE DECIDED TO RETIRE FROM ACTUAL BUSINESS IN LANCASTER FOREVER, TO AND RATH-E- R THAN SELL MY STOCK IN BULK, WHICH WOULD BE AN EASY MATTER, HAVE CONCLUDED TO GIVE THE PEOPLE OF LANCASTER AND BE ITS VICINITYTHE FIRST OPPORTUNITY A BUY THIS STOCK ATRETALAT20 CENTS THAT IS UNPARALLED ON THE DOLLAR BEGINNING THURSDAY IN APRIL 20th, 1911, AT 9 A. M. NEVER BEFORE IN THIS GREAT SALE WILL THE EVENT OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, A COl OSSAL FEAST OF BARGAINS NEVER HAVE SUCH BAR. THEMSELVES DETAILS AND THE HISTORY OF MODERN MERCHANDISING. PERHAPS THE HISTORY OF GARRARD COUNTY HAS SALE OF THIS KIND BEEN PUT ON. GAINS BEEN PUT FORTH. NEVER AGAIN, AND NO MAN OR WOMAN OF GOOD INTELLIGENCE LETTING CAN AFFORD TO OVERLOOK AN OPPORTUNITY OF THIS KIND, TO CLOTHE FAMILIES AT PRICES THAT WILL BE LESS THAN ACTUAL COST OF THE PRODUCTION, THE LABOR ENTIRELY OUT OF THE QUESTION. IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO GO INTO AWARE THE HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE THAT THE MERCHANDISE NOTHING DO INJUSTICE THE H. T. LOGAN STORE HAS ALWAYS CARRIED, AS EVERY MAN WOMAN AND CHILD IN LANCASTER MONEY COULD BUY. (DO NOT COMPARE LIKE IT MAY EVER OCCUR AGAIN. AN OPPORTUNITY AND ITS VICINITY ARE WELL OF THE FACT BOUGHT OF H. T. LOGAN WAS ALWAYS THE BEST THAT IT BEFORE. AND LIKE NOTHING THIS WITH OTHER SALES.) THE ONLY QUESTIONS ARE: CAN YOU? DARE YOU,? SUCH AN IM. TO YOURSELVES FAMILIES BY OVERLOOKING OF THIS KIND? IT MAY BE HARD TO BELIEVE THAT A BIG CONCERN LIKE THIS WOULD SACRIFICE OF THE SENSATIONAL LOW PRICES THAT PREVAIL WE 1 MENSE STOCK, BUT IT IS THE GOSPEL TRUTH, AND ALL WE ASK IS A VISIT, WHICH WILL CONVINCE THE MOST SKEPTICAL MARVELOUS, EXTRAORDINARY AS WE ADVERTISE, DURING.. THE CANNOT MEN. CORRECT. GREAT SALE. TION HERE. BELOW WE QUOTE A FEW OF THE WONDERFUL, WETHEREBY GUARANTEE TO SELL PRECISELY BARGAINS THAT ARE BEING PUT FORTH, AND REMEMBER THERE ARE THOUSANDS BONIFIDE, 1911. AND EVERY PRICE WE QUOTE IS STRICTLY AND EVERY QUOTATION ABSOLUTELY YVx THE STORE ,IS NqW.CL08ED.TO.RE"MA:RK v ' , f rvp. .; Mi,t. 'TUi; i. i.i , .1'. .. 'AND REARRANGE THE 8T0CK AND WILL REMAIN CLOSED UNTIL THUR8DAY, APRIL 20th, ' N' . . M.1 I . i" ' jV ..v.-.t; ,, --- -. , ,i''i. Men's Furnishings Sale prlco 3C Fancy bordered hemstitched handkerchiefs; worth 15 con's. Now ...2c Men's medium and light weight underwear; worth 50 cents. Sale.. QC Men's light weight underwear, sold everywhere for $1.00. Sale price 33c Our entire, stock of union suits-- some as high as $2.00, nono less than $1.50 go during this salo at 79c Our entire line or 50 cent dress shirts go during this salo at 2c Men's fancy dress shirts, worth $1.00. Sal0 prlco Men's fancy coat shrrts, mado by the .Monarch Shirt Company; worth , " 'll'll' ,1k,,, '.. " -- J1"'." Men's socks in all colors worth 10 cents. i Hoy's kneo pants TO cents. Salo prle ,.. .. . . Doy's kueo jianiH in all colors and srades worth 75. Sale price pants mado up of the best material that money can lloy's kneo always sold for $1.50. Salo price BOY'S KNEE 'PANES. " 33c buy, ggc "rvy, r ji titer'"' 't'fefc.V-- . v-'r-- i'V " l' ' .'Men's SmisA'A ' BOY'S CLOTHING. lloy's kneo pants suits, the Mud jou have always paid Salo price One lot or boys suits In all shirdos and .colors; worth $2.00 nnd $2.50 $:i.00 salo pric 98c .. '39c 79c On0 lot of worsted and Scotch pluldu; worth $3.50 nnd $4.00. Salo price ia-o- $1.19 $1.98 The jrlfrtuinn jio.nii suits now in aueft papulae l, main I for iHislnee urar , Suits thut nlanvs sell at $10.00 ., , $2 9? Hiiohanaii Cheviot Suits like you hat always bouuht hero at $12.00, the samo lHindsome patterns at . . .. '. 4 OQ Men' Suits high gra'd dark silk ihIuhI ChuvTcts, splendidly tailored, best lor business wear; regular price 16.00 $7 95 One lot of bprluR and summer suits made up In all the latent colors; not one or them has been In.the stora oor three ueeka; uorth $lt.00. Sain prlce S1.30. Sale prlco Cluett-Peabody One lot or tho Shirt Company, stripes, dotted or plain stjlcs, Men's fancy Iio'bo; wonn 50 cents. Salo price Men's fine silk hose, bold eery hero for $1.00. Sale prlco Large lied and Dluo handkerchiefs worth l. cents. Sale price Men's white linen handkerchiets; worth 25 conta. Now Men's light or heavy work shirts, worth $1.00, Sale.. '. Men's neckwear; worth 25 cents Salo prlco Men's neckwear; worth 50 cents. Sale price Our entire stock of $1.00 neckwear will ho closed out at Men's suspenders; worth 25 cents. Salo prlco Canvas 'gloves; worth !0 cents. Sale prlco, up In all tho latest sold thQ world over for $2.00,6nlo $1,29 mado 1 9c spring and summer styks One lot of boys' suits, made up In tho with straight or bloomer pants, always sold at $5.00. Now $2.29 iUmUnrae black Thibet Stilt and UnfKilHlicI worsted Suits, the now spring style, In black brown andblos, regular prlet 1T,eo $9.98 up In Sale iiihiI,, $20 00 39c 3C MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS Men's heu and light work anil dress shoes, always bold nt $2.00. Salo Mens' single and doublo sole ImU and laco shoos, London cup. cxtenmon soles; every pair ifuarnntetd for good wear. Many in this lot wore sold :or $o.00; none worth less than ijtr.O. Sale irlr0 $1,29 .Mous fine dress shoos and oxfords made lroiu soleoled calf skin and vl 19c el kid; bobt of workmanship and finish; lamous Mackay sewed; every pair Ku.uaiiteed; actually worth $3.30. Our price at thli sale $1.89 , 7c .Men's, fine dress shoes and 01 lords luudo up In all colors nnd shapes; 4c sold everywhere nt $4.00. .Salo price.. . $2 69 Our entlro lino of Anclcott Shoos and oxfords, sold the world over at $5.00. Sale price v $298 Tho famous Walkover shoes, thst everybody's familiar with; wortit 'fc'ulo ptlce '..v..' $2.98 Tno balance ot our Walkovor stock; worth $C00 nnd $7.00. Salo ; 3,39 . t ' .V Our entire line of Jrsnolm shoes and oxfords, ..muda up in nil 'colors ,.., . Qgc, In button or lace of feet, also with or without Military heel; made of the .adlos' line dross shoes $2.00 now best leather' that ltf tanned; sold" oi'ywhor at $.O0 and $7.00. l'rlcc Lading' flue dreg's, shoos and oxtords. mado In lace or button styles, all co'lors; worth $2.o and $.1.00. At tills sale. tho latest 'shapos. nntl Various $3.98 yc price 98c 3gc J 3c l'nrtlcularly In this grade of suit we have tho nrateit lurpliw. lloro wo had preparml a line for siwlng nt which wo are Juntly proud. I'litiire to youmir a ImiKJwmie some, Until woratwl w ailk intieil twewl units penectly taihired. It seems 11 pKy to to bell thetri so low. Only 410 05 up In tfte ery lnel tnd lateat styles, Mn all shade Men's sulla and colors, rut with tbreo-hutUsack i.nil worth JJi.0tt ;' $11.45 nl lornt-fittiH- $14.98 Men's Pants. Mun'h pniita,aufl tho world ovor lor $2.00 Sale price 4 ladies Sftoes .......... Oxfords. . yc $S 00 .Mon's pur6 wTjrfctC-- sulta In 1IJ Cri 10 ,.M Ono lot oCjhqiis trousers mado up In 'ordinnrr uml full pen effect, ipu liir price fi.ve. ouiu price ' ! h(il0 prlee ..oi.1u.. all flhndos and colors; north $!J0 and Ladies' fine dress shoes and oxfords, In tan ana black or oxblood; made up in French heel styles, in lace or button worth $X60 and $4.00 Salo $1.39 Pr,c0 $1.89 The balance of our stock ot Ladles' thoes and oxfords, always sold for S4.50 and $5.00, all 1911 Btylos, will bo closed out during this salo 48 jo Children's Shoes. OUR ENTIRE 8TOCK OF CHILDRENS' SHOES WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT YOUR OWN PRICES. Mon's nnd boys Caps Bold everywhere for 60 cents. Sale prict. ... .Men's and lioy's caps sold tho world over for $1.00. Sale price 3gc Mens stiff hats, wortit $2.50. Salo price 98c Sale Our entlro stock of swan brnnd hats, worth $2.60 and $3.50. MEN'S HATS AND CAPS Men's flHoet nwallt- - trouiwni, In handsome new atiipM Riiaranlewi to kettp perfect hnpo; raular price $6.00. &9 .Men's and i)tu-. uhecK,- $1.49 J " - l V r jgc fine dress pants In nil vhsdos uml colore; made ot th'aory host wool that iiiouey can buy Sold the world for $000. SIc qo Ci no oer prtcto Mi I'rice $1.00. Men's fine dross soft hats, In all colors and shades; tforlh, $3.00 and -. Sale prlco ......- $1.39 $G.00. Salo ..$3,98 John II. Stetson hats, sold everywhere nt $5.00 and ,- '$1.98 and $2.39 B oy's Shoes. IJoy's school shoes wortrj $160. At this sale , lloy's fine drcus shoes, worth $2.50 $3.00 and $i;o Kale price,. 98c $1.69 -- Notice! TO THE EXTENSIVE OF THIS GREAT SALE THROUGHTOUT THE SURROUND-INTOWNS AND COUNTRY, MANY UNSCRUPULOUS AND SMALL FRY MERCHANTS MAY TRY TO LURE YOU IN BY FICTITIOUS SIGNS DO NOT ENTER UNTIL YOU SEE THE NAME OVERfHE DOOR: OWINQ Wait! Wateh!! Save This Wait!!! - Notice! flAILROAD FARES REFUNDED Paper. Let Nothing Keep Yeu away. Sale Positively Opens Thursday, April 20th, at 9 a. m.- H. T.Logan, ALL.PURCHASERSOF 15or OVER WITHIN THE RADIUS OF 100 MILES. MERCHANTS WI8HING TO PURCHASE A PART OF THIS STOCK MAY DO SO ANY TIME OUR INQ THIS GREAT 8LE. TERMS: STRICTLY CASH. WANTED: 60 EXTRA SALES PEO. PUS .AT ONCE. TO b i.ir "" Wr '&rr 7 . vi3v5 B (No. msfl.) T. It II, bred by Eugcce 1912 Ittirkvr, fleorgctown Ky Ashlnnd ( llrook wns foaled 10UJ, solid bay with CURES And 1913. left bind foot, white, IT. 3 4 hands high Cholera. Gapes, Limberneck. Roup. Canker.. l'lCIWUIKI!- .Htrod by Silent' Combined sbilllon, Dark Mahogany X(sm am nnn Diarrhoea and all Diseases or Poultry HO (ItlHH, no iur wclgth 1,200 pound, llrook, No. 19769, record 2 10 I 2. the1 U;i, 1'i-for Mwk'iW nrl,BrJ.jwTi, kV, tTK "IUy tid Krrlnn JlUillllUb.it Is absolutely sound In every w'ay. tire or Margaret OathgMc, 2M1 ivlnd dlpoltlon nnd colts easily Lady DcM-- j Dottle Brook (3) 2:17 Will Cm, Uutwown, K urn "Om dnsi ii liri(4 1M4 draprnl down ike l1lis(ilni ' llo linn stoimeU eighths In IS ckkkMi bib ikt worm iul ftlMTti it cIikI i aiuntlr I II i lh bnt pmmiiM I Itavt rvrf ud, 2 17 Jennla Brook, (4) n brooks, hitched to n milky; Is Ilvo gnlted; Miq. and Cutrinttcd by J. RobU Crumt, BirJilown, Ky. Price SOc at all Druggists, Lady H. Elllo't Stone 2:18 BfjfJ' jatS'aBaaTBsBaW' MaKlLr r 'l. FvW attfM great show horse wenrlng tho blue tn SOLI) IIY llo ever Klnce n yonrllng; nt three .Brjok, 2:30 and Running Brook, P:19. PENNY'S DRUG 8T0RE 8 JANFORD,, KENTUCKY 2850,' wore i:t blues nnd 1 red Brook by Darkninht, No. jvarn old of 14 show; n n hnrnciis Iiomo nhd,lbe s,ro of 8wirc,g,t 2 q to himself , nn(l VaJna n.og. n model I In n clas , im rlSlL, vBaaaaai? TCTDaaaaaaaaaaafc' PBSbbbWV jCL"j$m JrleKtllcht, 'f'rtt-- ' Ho was never delentcd except by two B f uflreKWVb W"A ' mi f " D.uknleht lred by Alcyone No." nt hi own colt, nnd ha won in rlnc of 23 bend. HI colts nro nl- ?!!.'. racord 2.27. Ashlnnd llrook' let' A. B. M. It. Trial I 21 TroMruj. nark Day Stnl wnys luildo the money, nnd when, dam Buna Wren by Aiihlaud Wllkce. Sired by nihility Dura 1VS2, ho by developed riiako prent naddlorc nnd;22Hl tlm nlro of ;rccord 2:17 Uan, ( hnnde; foaled August 1H0I, Sally To ; (heater Dare IV, bo by Diode Snuirrol hlrth priced three nnd five Raited show John It. (lentry, 2:00 bred at Village Fnrm, Kant Aurora N Ashland Wllka tiled by ES. ha by King William 97. 1st i!au horse Sixty flvo or his get at nnjlcr. 2.06 einm NnugMy (llrl by Hex 1740, he ,by (looree years old nt Heel Wltke .Tuxuswiy 4M, aiao registered In Vol. uveragn iiro of 2 a llBBBKaBBaPQBvlBBaBaBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Americas "am by Pre-- 1 dam. Side has Wllka, A.T II.R. ShoDyAbdallahMnm- - nu average price orIn nCI1. Ho ring li.nilor, second 3d dam by Ully, Monroe M 14. .Ho or" , tm 4v 1453, Jim produce never been defeated tlnR when shown with 4 to 18 of his S56. I Aihland llrook Is n hnnd.iome iel- '" get. rtt- rd dam MntUc S. by f n Think of such saddlers as ho has i low with lots of sulwtnncc; tin !,y Foreigner, by lurried (linn Uhl f TX idred; namely, Nettlcton, Wlnsom, bold way of roIiir with wonderful, Prospect, the Jim Anderson mare, Hey peed,. style nnd nctlon. His oldest ) Onwrtid was Brrd by Dav, tho Price Herring Mare. Toxle, colts are only coming four years old Wllkrej ,,,.,,,,, one could Almont (tare "the natural nltow Dare, London Dare. Dare All, White UiIh spring nnd thev are nil Kecond dam Duerinn, tired by with they bearing nnd a horse without Uis KNIFE AND KRUP. Knot. Prlr." Imperial olI fromlioit of nxpict, of slzo. with good colors stvlo wonderful $1,000 plenty IInr 1275, giro ot 75 InrlndlBR PER or wtMghlcr bIjoo. Tho result other that hao been Iidy of the Manor 2 61 It Is to tie .remembered NO. 922 VOL. 11. Ixiok nt hi record oa a And action. I,ort! liur. id n life Iomk mntiiw; with the. hett to $'t,r,00. by 205 3 4, llolr at Law 2.0J and seo wlvat they .that be sired the Brent Sallle llrook oUi nhlAlnnbli ind us tiro of widdler Iri'H nnil dnm SIRED DY WASHINGTON NO. 54, FIRST DAM BELL BY RHODE- nnvor llnfnnfpil m npr CIAS9 flint ttn. r In 2 IP. of lit rich breeding hi colt8ca" ''" I roof uam or DIGNITY DARE, cot by Chester lH either a hnrnes or roaUter three nin, hu iu, 3rd dnm Dotlet, by Nutwood COO, tho tir,. winning wherever Bnown nnu bu THIS CHAMPION 5 GAITED SADDLE STALLION OF KENTUCKY, N- - 10, &r dam by Welch-- ! .nir old nnd she wns Becid to tho I)ar 1st ftlm of 14 In II,. Ha hiK offered ni IiIrIi iih $2S0 nt 10 day 4th (Jam, Topar. by Htrnthmoro. 40S, uld lo 500 nt 2 virn old inont C3G7 A T. II It., ho br Hysdyk's pre.U Ednn May In the swcepslnku WHICH EVERYBODY IN THIS AND ADJOINING COUNTIES KNOWS HIM A. last year. D0TH AS A CREAT SHOW HORSE AS WELL AS A BREEDER. WILL nrv tin In tho Hut rhea rolU nro not or GRADE laniblelonlnn No. 10 on T. II. H. will larncss clars nt . -'mares "'" 5th dam. Millard, by Albion, 6th dnm MARKS, send me a GOOD MARE 1911 AT MY STABLE IN CRAB ORCHARD. KY. .. ...u , vv. MAKE THE SEASON OF ..1.1 uiii-Nod by IMwIn Foront. 7th dam Ijidy and get a BREAD WINNER, lie Is n MUIIIU III IIIIBIUII, ,IIU Hk l.u tin!. (if ho hot company In th show ring thl TO A LIMITED NUMBER OF MARES AT $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING by Mnmbrlno Chief II. Turner full brother to Nettlulon Hint nold nt yar. S25 to Insure a Living Colt COLT. WILL KEEP MARES ON GRASS AT $2.50 PER AIONTH BUT ns bred to only If. n The Warfleld for $00 and to Foxy Dare u I - WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENT OR ESCAPE OF STOCK Asmann uroo ihiii He lm 12 fonw nil uplieadnd that ha woo uinre premiums tJtn nnv .Money due when colt comes of mnre aiaren. to Insure n living enson at $16 Vlruty of ityle, hIio and sutwUiice n. am ver by Dlnolty Daro mid traded or remoed. or bred to SEASON IS DUE WHEN MARE IS SOLD TRADED OR BRED TO other stock A lien retained on nil colt. find )lonty of Bpeed. list of otbem ton numoroun to The 'nrfl-lOTHER STOCK. pnm lur, urnnn lutuuu icons unill I n reprenentatlve stallion In ail the jon lli- - Is n tiennlllul bny 16 bunds rOlil reasonablen prlc0 for tnares from a term ImnllcH To ay tint he ha Kiog Eagle Tim , dlstnnco and must bo settled for be... Mlr.e, nibitance and .....-- . pecd only lit part K..inhi ....... t 1. 2Ai nmind. Hreedlng hours from backed one yisi cvor saw nnd foro removed. uiphuatie th qimlltlrn rnmbtned In I C In . oviliiir til Incut Ion will ninkn tli o fMn 8 to 1Q In tho morning and 4 to t. M.ia c.n nt iii.r.. luwii iin . No. 25BG. recolvo my froul ilw. evening. Marcs will will aad thev nrr such vnunelrlenl rhnrnplMin at my siflWc ! .. . ... .... w... .... ... . . . Vol 6, A. S. II. It. Klnc Kngle Is n, I f. in i'lio.puih nltnllnn t.ill .... lint no " :" '""."" iw a. 10 mnKc nim n siauion am,iw, HMnn.1 I. fm n...v h lu cseann. It! hau&t bleh, dark bay with flow'"I' rnnTv.lhl for nrrldenia or ,ne u wl .n'f. " many. His head and neck. tod, feel, ne l,,K yourjB'UoiuM at $10 to Inrure Will ' so nt tho same tlmo and place ing aatae and tall, goes nil the gnits legs are perfect nud when my great hreedlng Mule Jack ' tnw,H, or 'T1 pl7wn;rl f''n; g..lt in connecllon with hi faulll-with plenty of speed style and PEYTON. Watzaaan. No. 343. This aplcndld at dem sisisou due. flsnss nod grent beauty are ecpeclnlly lm- so well known In the West l'lnd of This crack young atallloa will make German - "r Coach horse wob foaled May r(wsive You should seo tl.u horso Lincoln county, nt $10 for marcs and Sired b Royal Klnc. thn season of 1V11 at my place on the PEDLCREE . h.t ""' roilKJIuHble "? Ltnr- - lMllnr You will say you 21st, 103, by H Hanenkamp, In $20 for Jrtwots, due when colt Is 21S5. be by On Time. 74.1. he by Stone- jnjce near th Hush Hranch pike, H UtllH UU HO. VI lllUM-roalod or mare traded, removed of wall Jscksan.. 72. Ilovnl King.' ,.,,w.ll-- I..IL.4 . .. r. . ...,,.. .- -.. first ,. .. , Ha was Imported by J. Crouch JftoQ WUrlleld ),lth(,jpifir.Valllon! ... i ....rr.i parted with, or ninro brd to any oth- dam Mollle Mountr. 3J84, was by the, T...5..i ; .. ;, ij, ruwuLi. T. ilfinttoTAyrtui-'vnia- l Miivuul J'eylon by fo;.Son.. iyiualoaWlle.'Ify i. .V 1 er stock. by Hubble-- a Hurf DuddorarU noted sire Cabbell'a Lellncton F. S,l" the tounty.- He Is slrea by heeter vps.sirpd ..0.,.'aaKtte, Indlarju He jack, be Tirirnolla nnd King Tsgle's first dam Hip, 2579. she C'htef. be by Chester Adair; 'by"fiaklmo"No.' lfoij."-Heii VM-Kua-iout or Jim Potter Jennet. , bT?:aHlltHlpltai.4, he bv Old Whr Squirrel; 2od..dam by.',l..l?' Marion 'SV4.-m. " ? iTPtfylon Is'Ifltte YHhs.var.v lasgo llme;.bolJp.vbj; $!ffl90 tJtNJ years dd mA;k aoCearv ndu4 nnd Kifi rA:vHe .will maAyUj season iit. pjy titr.iliio(iwef-1i- Uaudjrineb tptneef. f,v ftiurtd !dnm bV lrny Laglo. rvVmulrk. fiWi unTl'.ridn(lrei"X I niHJrild sittlmt, Jim BU (thoroiiRbhred.') Llghtfoot U a sorrel horse. 10 hnndsYPlace at.Hustonrtlle, nnc troiinrc pm,f-3Zt $1 to Insure cnHMnia la btthlvbent).ulrt'l.iilc-lNOTE. Klag Karle I a combined hiUtt bat tlno ytf, ji )g t)l .vet'Hn Hrlug colt. va see r. mnrn rntUKn eliuiricola couhty", t ,j.. . At taet Sarreltlaee-- r .will also stend uorlh saddle norse In Lincoln county All are Invited to come and seo Wnu M(!tn1.rin,Klni' - inil ef ': vT--- . Uy. 'known si tho Phone In rutldcnco. wy Jine trotUng-etalllowest Hummer, Jr. t SUardr learo- - " n 127! bo ay JHttmi)nV siyl aad action, lie tdred th and also the best individual. He has sit. KlcAUaaar Hce at $12 S to D. 8. CARPENTER, Uerre-dm- . J. II by MainbrUo Chlaf 11, D (olt that won the $56 rtufcfc at the two colts a ready and they are the at $10 ta Insure a. living oolL His Hustenvllle, Ky. .colt, rUo " will get hava all been very fine road by Chimes HIS. by Klectlonixir Insure a HtIoc Stafford fnir, aad the $100 stako at flnegt you flyor w. five the sMton to tho parties show Ijtncastr dsfawtlnc here four ef the J fo insure stna nlnl He.lng best and fMiwl cdt ColU to be g- -t of th erat Ilex Peavlre. This Daro Devil I n great vrlnner I will stand my scleral fine acks at aa aaafafafSLw g.it of King Haple was second In th living colt. von ta eiiampioasnip at .mroui I'lupm uy aiMuicrmieu parlies In Jl" for mares, no Jennets. Money due S.50 slake at Hnrrodsburr. v.ith 21 Homo Show In U$, elms 4; Ilrsl ifcanloril, wr. on all' these sires when mares aro lllack Joe I a asiutlful hlnak, flnn entries and defeated the colt that won National Horse Show 1S9S. class 2; out of three shone. Ilia this stake. told or traded. Ilrst Nstlotial llor Show 1SS9, cWm and himy and sll the stylo you ore colts are In damand. bring the highest championship National Home 'looming lor, uno m mo unwi J. K. BAUGHMAN, King Hagle will make the prices. National Uiorica to be round In Central I. en 2; first Show 1900. cla t prevent season at the low price, of $15 Hustonville, Ky. Horse Show lJ0O, class 3; Ilrst Nnt- - tucky He Is IT. hands 3 Inches to insure n living colt. years old and n testily Sei h Horse Show 1900 clns 10: ftrt ( liontun Horst Stow 1902, class 3; re- - before booking your mares WAR TRACE Uluck. Joe is br th,. nofd Pre.toni serve lloston Howe Show 1902, cla's greatest one or i: second boston Horse Show 1'JOS. t22. stnlllonr Kentucky's by W.i h sad Wo will also stand tho great yonnp Preston ulsss 3- - second Hoiton IlorhO Show, die I urile r UBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaa-aBrVlJacl War Trace at $10 Tor mnres and IlldS class 2; rewrve Itostoii Horso'ion 54. Illark Jiv's dnm n living colt. la rrr Jennets to ins-irShow l?x, cluv 1; third lieawiii Moshctiger Denmark, 2nd dam Lett ( Aar Trace Is black with white points Show 1103. class 7. Ho sired Itobinmn, bv Itoblnson Vermont, by Horse hai)-- : high. He was sired by '" -, (sire of I'rin- Ihe llonu Ideal 2 15 Dovll'a Daughter) lUtnbletoulau. to breed. to one of the Croat ttnttcrii II he by Imp. TaxI'ayer u wsnt If niu.s Holen 20B Mint cold for $:!,2H0. His dam was In coiintv nt a Trlfilest horses In Lincoln I) "13 3 1 Sarnh Hamlin 2:19 tho Imp. (Ireat Eastern. War Trace's Kails and 7o'r ltt.onable prleo set J Dare Devil. Jr., 2:SS (ZTAr.c 2cnri 0M..?it;yAt SSO) 'dam by Uedford Star, be by Kzell All cure will be takon to pre- Will tuak Uia prcient sonson nt our! Son nccldenls but not rospotnlhle Voltaire Is a registered Percheon'jrilnht mrni on., mile from McKlnney, Ky.. NoteTh Jack sen ed only n few If mnres are trad ptslllon nnd n perlect InulMdual. The should any occur sir. i,. hurK n llvlna colt. form, sn his id or ptttod with reason Is due, lien lieoj.l, or Lincoln county hne neer- wres In colts three year-ol-d spring and raiuo last S. M. OWENS fi. SON, lin.f the npiHirtttnlty to breed to 01...- ' Ilrst Is also retained on colts for season they sold from $90 for horso mules to llko htm he'rore J. D. EADS & SON, McKlimey, Ky. for mare mule colts, so joti He will fill n long felt want.- He Is Stanford, Ky. the the kind to cross with our Kentucky W In offering tonnvej public this great BRIGHAM YOUNG. ; 010 mares to get n high clnss mule marc young jacK. v.e the kind that cerbody wants, and nnd to nqne. This Jack should make n groat Jennet Jack for he has tho DOWN THE THROAT OF A."GArfEY" CHICKEN the kind that brings the big money a.on eif 1911 nt my Will tiiak0 the The llreedera ilaotto of tlilb v. eel; lincst h"!dasnnd ear nnd as much loot living. any Jack AND SAVES THE CHICKS LIFE. place nistr McKlnney, Ky.. at the ipiotes desinible drafters nt $22.,,03 to and bone I will Maud my line Shetland bul.?:jr0.t0, you eian't beat them. Voof f S.Utr to Insure a living roll or 1911 at ltaire will make tho soason or I'll I EQUITY A FEW DROPS I N THE DRINKING WATER CURES This Jack Is 15 hands 2 Inches high lion Dock for Did soason on the Lan-ast- r one mile from town on tho Danvlllo black nitii white points, fine style tho farm ot S. J i:mbry a living pike at the Coodknight farm nt $1" pike, at Jit to Insure AND PREVENTS CHOLERA, DIARRHOEA AND OTH great bone and foot nud Iioj proved Wo will nlso otfer for public ci to Insure n lUing colt. hlm.elf a great breeder. His colts colt e INFECTIOUS DISEASES. Doek Is una of the Qaest bred ulack with white points. His head baa always brought the top prices. It J. NEVIN CARTER, aver brought to Kentucky. He nnd ear, foot and bone are second QNE BOTTLE MAKE3 12 Stanford, Ky. will pay you ta see this jack befure P up iuirnir-iw- -USE THIS REME- is sired by Imp. Blue Hye; 1st dam " " to none, with style and sctlon like breeding your wared. ky Imp. Bobbin II; 2d dam Imt. Na-iioy YeicertPa. DY AND SAVE YOUR CHICKS. aV ON, a Ho Is sired 3. M. OWCMt by Imp. Bobbin III. McKlnney.K) Jr., ltrat dnm by Dr. Wood, second Dick Grey 11 Is a bemuUful bUck and white, dam by Imported jack. Yelbeton, Jr.. narked nnd an aristocrat tho slle of Kqulty, Is now at the head Last year I raised hundreds of chick My wlto used Bourbon Poultry Cure all oar. Just 46 Inches high and the Shetland pony, 38 Inches tall; own of Mr. T H. Adams' herd of Jennets, ens free from gapes by giving them on hor sick chickens nnd it proved sweetest llttl horse you ever saw. Lexington, Ky. Poultry Curo. On several thoroughly clfoctlve nnd worked a iliourbon ed by Hush Held Foster will make nt In otTerlng this jacx tor puunc ser- - occasions I have cured chickens with cure In every Instance. Cured by the Marvel of the Century 8. J. EMBRY, JR, season of 1911 at $10 to Insure a vice we feel sure we are offering a , COL. E. H. GAITHER, Harrousburg, w tnat wcre 80 8,ck they (or 30 Year. B- - B. Stanford, Ky. Ky. llvlnc colt. He is by an Imported great brcedor for competent Judges sUna up In any Drives out blood poison pony that cost $1,000 in the Shetland say that he. was the best breeder In prank p Parle Kv Uourhon Poultry Cure is the best county, his colts always. , haVe been raising chickens tor Montcomerr stage, permanently without deadly remedy for gapes 1 ever used. I never islands nnd is regarded by horsemen uiiu&iug itic tiisuertt fiit-cD- , mercury, with pure botanical Ingrenearly fifty years and Hourbon PouJ-- i expect to bo without it ns long as I a tho best pony In Kentucky de This great Jack will make the pre- - try Cure Is tho most satisfactory reme can got dients. To prove It we will send you a rearing all coiners In the bhow ring sent season at $10 for mares nnd $20 dy for gapes and cholera tthat I have MRS. A. ItJ. MILTON, Craig's SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE Crek, Lien retnined on all colts for Jennet to Insure a living colt. All ever used. If you hnvo ulcers, eating sore, 1 will strnd my Use Jack. Sam Keeno or 1902. will MRS. W. W. RALSTON, Hopklnsvllle, Va. nbove mentioned 1 Itching, humors, swellings mucus lor Ihe season or 1311 at the Will until season Is paid. Mnre parted of the thn present season stock huve not lost a chicken by sickof 1911 at .nake ness since I began using Hourbon 1'oul patches, bono pain, offensive pimples, Shanks' larm two miles rrom town on wlti4or bred elsewhere forfeits mile west of Stanour stable 2 r.very year 1 nnu oeen losing irorn try turo. I used It last year and or eruptions, take B. B. B. (Botanic th,. Somerset pike and money becomes due. Will ford on the Shelby City plko. Mnres 75 lo n hundred chickens with canes, not rnve a sick fowl on tho place. did He Is a blnck Jack with white 'joints heal All symptoms Blood Balm). traded, parted with or bred elsewhere 1 got n ouio 01 ijouroon uure MISS MARY J. COOMES, Hardlns- hands high- - nnd make tho season at my rami. ouickly. U!ood Is made puro and ricn flvo your old. 14 without our consent forfeits the and now I have 200 chickens nnd not, burg, Ky. JOHN B. FOSTER, Stanrord, Ky. jomulotely changing, tho entire body has line heeding. money becomes due nt a "capey" one among them. and ng, Vonr ni.. ehlnkons worn !Mt a clean, healthy condlUon, heal-- ! Will servo mares at ;S to insure n time of such transaction. For fur- MRS. JENNIE B. STEVENS, Lynch, and I gave them Uourhon Poultry Cure lK every soro nnd stopping all ache, living colt. Money duo when fonhd or ther Information call pn or address, burg, Va. land did not loso n chlcKcn nfter glv- " in. nnrf llphlm: curing 00 wuraii Rex Arbuckle 1467 I have tried a great many poultry inc them this medieim.. i. M. LAIR, nt liinnir noison. Druggists or A ROBT. WOODS. S. T. HARRIS remrdles. but for gapes Hourbon 1'oul Mns. ,w. R. MOORMAN, Glendeatie Stanford, Ky. F. D. No. 1, by express. $1 I'EIt LAItOK I10TTLH 3. My lastKv- Phone try Cure Is tho best of all. lo- -l SAM-pi- e Combined stallion. Will make Ihe Stanford, Ky. with directions for home euro. Malm' hatch was 3d little chicks nnd out ot tiaii enci0Sed check fur which Bond t J N. Donny larm, hc.iKon or 1911 ent free by writing Wood ihat number raised 35. )p flve Bniioiis ot Hourbon Poultry l 4 Coinpuny, Atlanta, Ca. Describe jour FINE PROPERTY -' mlUs lri7i Uincaster, .on BESSIE V. SHEARER, Columbia, Ky. Cure My chickens had gape.e bo bad given. livplko at rf20.0O,to insure n trouble and tree medical ndvlco Hourbon Poultry Cure Is worklnj; j.,8t yo.,r that 1 could not mIbo any 8ALE AT McKINNEY FOR ing celL j Sold by Shugars & Tannur, Stanford. tlkc magic lu this county. My trleims ,IIU l Rot U(g moaicluo. Ilex Arbuckle. 14G7 by Kox MoDon-ai- d who lire Indus It say they never sawMRSt Wi Ri GUNTER( concord. Va. t.U ho by Kox Uentnark 810. Periling to go Into otlier business, iiuiiiiiiK i"e- - 11. t iiv,t--i 11.1, u ., o DO COSTS HAUNT SWAMPS? PERCHERON STALLION. Iron gray Last year we lost one entire brood Miss Itlclimoiid E'.l by Klnjr Hlch w,4j nil II nAll ilin rAlfn tsr Its dam inyJitviij itiii rvii "to iwiivMins aaiArweft fowl Bluce using It v.. nnvor. Its roollsh to rear n fan- - subject to register, 7 years old, weighs nrd, by I'eavlilo 5S. 2d dam Jonnle Ky with whltu dltiirhoea this yetar wo sonson of Lynn, a til. by Stono'vall Jackson. Ti located npposlta tho depot at McKln-noy- , MRS. J. D. COX Lawrenccburq.iiour-IoeiMi evil, when ther,, nro real unel i.U'tO pounds will make the :un 1111 0111 poultry raiser unu have used Hourbon Poultry Curo lu Ky. ' hn. deadly porlls to guard against 111 mil nt my home on tho oiu isano bv Wnshlnmm Denmnilt H. Poultry Cure Is t..e only romedy their driuUng water and have not lost' swamps and mn ratios, hnynus, and low 1 have Ono IS room liotol. riorviiCH o) sunn AiHUi'ius wni .on or touud that will cure gnpes any. ,,lac two n,ert Mutx 0r ei it ires sold, trudtid or brei to nnv t)ne jlvory uilrlli Theso nro tho malaria Konmj It hab curd every chicken 1 havo givHustonville pike at $12.00 W. E. JOHNSON & SON, Lexington, other horse without cciiBent, the 18Jro u VIB colt, en it to. that muse nguo. chills innd G0x30, with side Uno storc-hoKy. noss. aches In tho bones recently ship- money will be claimed for fervlco re.ii rooms, with Mock of merchandise. MRS. J. A. LYNN, Purcellvllle, Va. koji' n' ftnU i"!ay .n.Uuri'ini?2, coin dercd by our heirs.. Mures nmi east'B out'l'ea lu from Oklahoma, where his class, 10 cents por day on graHs but net desiring to ;o Into thn hotel l'nrtles iff Klecirlc Utters taunied tho lery best In tholr STANFORD. KY. for accidents or escapes. A mid livery nnd goods business will NEW STANFORD DRUG CO., g theso vicious germs from tho b ood. untw lien , DANVILLE, KY. drove " fte retained on colts for tho season find this a fine location. Will make T. P. CURRY & SON Thrco botles Caie taken to prevent accident or ev money, LANCA8TER, KY. mtweii a good price to right pnrtlos. Call J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO irom my syHtom. wro to mt re9I,on8lblo inguW.Bn) JUNCTION CITY. KY. DENNY BROS., on or write Q H. MASTKUS or Cluw. REYNOLDS & EVANS N'. Vc afo . ocur. Lancaster, t)wyer, MeKlnnoy. Ky. ' L? Q. S. SHELBY, nn.flnnv's Drug- J ICIUeUy UUIJ v W...- - -- . Bhelby City, Ky 4-11- -44 R BtotMec! PoHlfty Katacgs DIONITY Nominated In DME 1982 8addle ol. 17 UMBrotk A the Chronicle' Horse Futurity Stake 1911. n 3-- jti Imn-loili- 3-- 7 T liKV' V Laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaam outj,nt - THE WARFrElD Almont Dare 3228 .on- V jPjf BBBBBBBBBJaBBBM VaFaBBBBBaBBBBBBBBaFlAA Mti'BBBBBBa -1, ,,m iJ.i S-- V C1hLI Unm-brln- '''"': n.'.rfl. PRESTON. utnmnr. otwnu ,rp jmii-wm- n it. slrl anyint 'k d m-n- rin. .- : J. C. BAILEY, Crab Orchard, Ky. 2 '"""". ;'. 1 nd Ht ien V"8 "'" ...! "ni lahCLyo-t- i f ... Watzmann, 343 " '"", -... ;" """'"'" Ge'r-luun- k,.rf ...'.,' ..i. rfcV-erarr- r. wrDrtyUr.'fjaXl.n r-- iaci4io.iWiKAMrn, L.l. vliai. . f s !-- -' bn n fiVj7fjd,'olVft p i?sw'"' Uj1I' ,.:it ..it. i,u.'4v'' iz. !trby.-XJli-'.1i'4-7'taiU- c f P:r.;ib.rIl,S,nn,ll "l bor-Be- s. -- "'" i I to 111- ff X,outs rones. bis1-loun- fe Stanford, JCy. .' ffcaBBaaaT al $- -0 GAPES ONE DROP OF 1 3-- 1) VOLTAIRK, 55110 Zt ntont - J""'0 Dock "'" Bourbon Poultry Cure ,; e Sbei-land- s gallons n m-ll- iplc-idldl- Blood Poison Sam Keene 2 clav 1 1 1 ng ALTO, 1 Hlrh-inoiu- It 1 mjy Shel-land- ne;MV(J M ne - '"? store. "5. ... - kF sHMMft.V TWW? - 3 M and the party appeals to the country n platform Is necessary to declare upon what principles It will, If successful EitablUhed 1872 administer tho government. Such .1 platform can bo promptly adopted nf SHELTON M. SAUFLEY,...Polllsher trr tho primnry nnd long before tho 11 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE campaign begins. Home of those who nro most insls-- , Kntcrcd at tho postotflce at Stan- tent In demanding a platform, belre ford ns second clnTba mall. the nominations, did not scruplo in! th past to refuse to stand upon any DEMOCRATIC TICKET. democratic platform. Whether they For Circuit JudBe- HON. CIIAHi.hS A. 1IAUD1N, will do so In the future, depends upon of Mercer County their ability to dictate tho platform. Hut they aro opposed to the pri ESAU THE HAND OF mary, and simply seek by this sense Tho continued Agitation of tho ques- less clamor to discredit Its candidate. tion for a Btato platform conven- Their purpos0 is so plain that no ono It may be tho tion before the primary, threatens sor-lo- can be deceived. can resnlt In no good o!ro of Jacob that speaks, but tho Injury, and to tho party. Some of these agitators hand is the hand of l.'sau. without avail, having cknaustcd evciy to A bill for the nmondment to the Pod Influence to Induce tho comraltteo yet eral Constitution, providing for tho rescind the call for tho primary, election of United States Scnatoro by indulge tho hope that a convention people, and removplatform, may dlroct- vote of tho to make a ing tliL, elections from .Federal con souio ac trol, passed tho House somehow bo Induced to take last week by .1 may result In nullifying vote of UHO to 16. And it was the tton, which a to. democratic house that did It Now tho primary, aud substituting stead. Tht's agiuuitn, let's see what the Senate will do. volition in its o, was started mainly by thoe who The Courier-Journconducts u ouly a cou posed the primary, and Is n conven column of political clippings Irnm the tinuatlon of th0 struggle for Kentucky press. lu order to gain entlon Instead of n primary. convention U trance to this hall of fame, wo warn To call a platform bo in our brethien that they must agree ndvauce of a primary would sug with this great Journal. violation of nil precedent, Tho the people should know The Interior Journal. Doctors Said Health Gone Suffered with Throat Trouble Mr. D. W. D. 1! ex - Sheriff of Wnrrcn In n times, County, Tennessee, HPT , i& EP ij. ' from Melt Inn vlllc, Ton ncsscc, letter u writes: "I Mm --2 . u and had doctors treating had throat Mt trouble K me. PI WiW F JkS 1 . 1 thrco v i failed to do me n n y good, nnd All - pronounced in y health I con- cluiled to Bone. V - Mr. D. W. D. Barnes. i,fi try Peruna, nnd nftrr using- four bol- ties can say I was- - entirely cured." gestlon that the in advanco of the nominations at stand "what the candidates primary for, it without force or merit. When John aid it ever occur in the history of tho sietcb, wu a son of tho late Thomas complaint and befUr Aasocratlc party in Keotacfcy, when K. Bolter, who wu for mor rtxn fm- - fett- J- eod retulta." ifrA to ta Ba4e ta con ititM bftweea Unable to Work. ' Mr. Custav Hlmmclrclch. Hochhclm, Texas, writes: a number of years I suffered whenever I took cold, with severe nt- tacks of asthmn. which usually yielded tc tho common home remedies. "Last year, however. I suffered for eight months without Interruption so that I could not do nny work nt nil. The various medicines that wero pro- ' scilbcd brought m no relief. "After tnklne six bottles of rerunn. two of Lacupla, and two of Manalln, I JOHN SALTER. am free of my trouble so that I can do all my farm work again. I can heartSaltor tho subject of tblu ily recommend this medicine to any ono who suffers with this annoying 'I.r llpglnnlng nt Thos. McMullln's Inclnd., Ing him, theneo down Flshlns creek to B. II. Caldwell" Jr., Including him, thence down Fishing Creek to B. 11. Calowell's. Jr. Including him, thence to Rlle Hoynnlds place Including him, theneo to Kll Saylor'i Including hlra, excluding thence to Joeph Phelr mm, tnenco 10 isnnr oinn-"cludlnc him. then to tho 0 N. O. & T p- - it iu crossing said niirnnd mi .....11. nr iniin nnit No. 141. theneo to Kd. Smiths Including him, thence tto Jame--i Wilson's excluding him, thence I in irt.i with Polly Slnnleton's branch to tho moutl of same, thence to Mrs. riiinlirth flooch's including her plate. thencp to tho John Johnson farm ex cluding It theneo to n point on tno MKt ldo of the C N. O. & T 1. R It mllo south of mile crossing samo post 1?S, Upe of King's Mountain drnd School, thenc,. to J. O Warrlner's Including him. thence to J. J. Falcon- berry's Including mm, incnco 10 j nm, McMullln's to tho beginning, Including 'nil of the within boundary And It appearing to the court thRt white voters, residents, nnd tax pay- are losnl all of tho mld petition ers In the said proposed graded com rnon school district, in the town of Waynwbtirs. Ky.. nnd 111 tno vvaynos-burMKltrlal district. No 3, nnd the site designated for tho school In raid DlJtrlet for the proponed Com mon 0 railed School Is the one now by the common school In tho town of W.ivnesburg. and further op- r.nnrlnt- - Hint II HinlorltV Of tllO tTUS- t In said district pnlrnred In whol In said proposed prmiiMi scuoui esdistrict herein, comentcd to th, yrndtn.ibilsh'ivnl of the ald proposed school and have endoiv(. their consent In writing upen nld pe titlon and In further appearing that Oarl md Slncleton 2 2 ' c-- HATS HATS u You can't go without them. You HAVE TO HAVE THEM and for that reason we are always ready to serve you with the GOOD and the NEW things. STETSONS, full shapes in light and black colors at 3.50 and $5, sizes 6 7-- 8 to 7 5-- 8. STETSONS in medium shapes in all. the new shades at 3.50 and 54. Black Stiff Hats at $3 and $3.50; in Small, Medium and Full Shapes; sizes, 6 3-- 4 to 7 Of course you know we 1-- 2. always have the cheaper grades in most all styles from $1 to $2.50. al- that e- tby caUoe. bfpro aty W tflb C urUtelj'rivntedKrr rsofee4-cUliecwuvty ad ,eJ,nl n'wrUlnK a!l pr0vl(leil 'v law. nnd also the Mnt.0in Hoard of Kducatlon hali ondorsed inic bj signing snld petition, nnd this liy the said petitions nppenred In open court and J in es I Hnlky. Judge agreed "'f tie Lincoln county court,common with them that thn proposed school district shall be as heretofore dcscrlbrd. and tho curt being sufficl-eutladvised, it Is now ordered and adjudged that W. U MeCarty Sheriff of Lincoln County, be and he Is hereby win or4erd to causa a poll to be opeaed hi the town or Wayaeasurc Ky, aad y' of ! t 'Mh 1HJ y - '.ntv f Z "LlTT lllon tnc nd pltlon SEE WHAT WE HAVE. H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky l- - ieNPApf " B ,, Om.Ui-u- 1taeBas-riT- ' 'Wt dWtriet. arfcaUar Uara ItrM cIUicm -Li coUctea a aaahall tare tmlru (It) umfpnaij. txui eiesant man 11 00 cm.-aa4- ral 4(. etta ea aath SLEEP OP tOOD tan wor- t- of taiaMr p rearty aitaaew- one; of the rsoet Imposlac In thla part THE MUHs. HEALTH. H In aala proeoeed grafac lcoeapni, , ITTI'RIMT. t Wl HAVE THaTB KLL OH TM HUH .nadjSa stood for? When a or the state, waa the abode of that Cmu'uat he ( ii over estimated aa"d aay school district, beloagtat to wnlul called, at year ewa -- nmlniviinc onventlm was ailaieat that jve,vc) It Ws a meaae yaraens-ancorporatloas, audi a poll ta, kaaa) .at ' wkaa K eomea vieplr)a hl iiwat, unstinted hospitality for which Knn Clftirp tax or rirty (50) cents on earn male eat triag a.rira raaas n yaliey to luaefter. Tft ttojf ot none tak fa ! aealtb. J. I.: the candidates conducted their .cam noted. theneo njuch e lhnabltant over twenty one (2t) years loss ta yvur praperiy "f haTcf lieW Wwoai, sayscoTer sos-b-la mighty tew w pub eoiiudly nisliM, because of ace, residing In said proposed grafl-ei- i It Is aa necessary aa Mfe lamtance, alia better Irmser, In that home and amid tho com U juigns. expressed' their views on common xcllool district, for thn but far caaer. Dalam la tallnc out can off'r as good, lint even where oar ctfnntics anu forts and pleasures of wealth ho lived 01 pais across my back and voroncs lic questions, and the af ruv kldnevs. M.. nniintlt rm vnrv purpose of maintaining a graoeu com a polloy are dangeroue. Fire Is lm1 lumber ran be matched our prices precincts appointed and- - instructed until the fall of 1S62 when the Con eor rail nv ccuith enndltlon win tnnn nrhool In snld nroposed graded ly to break out at any time, even with ' cannot Giro us )our next order ar.il 1 we can issue very wseh inn down have been . common school district, and lor the tho best pruonuiions. their delegates, without a platform federate forces came Into Kentucky, Mkiwg loley'a Kldnuy Pills but a purpose of purchasing or erecting sulf I a policy In a goed company cheaply notice how murk na it taken to fla Ish n job and how much smaller the W. S. FISH The voters who will inako their choice With them came the call for volun- uion mo ana nw .ict'p as sound noie nunuings incrcaiier, s iiimmra bill Is. j cuHdltlon Is by the common school law. candidates, In the approaching prl teers to fight lor the cause of the n a rock, my of greatly itiiaroved, and 1 The officers of olecllon will nlfOi John was but little more than Foley's KUnoy l'llls Iiave know that cansn the said lecnl voters In said pro-lbout cured me J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. noiry, will know Just as much J 6 years of age. Ho know by posed common scnool oisirici 10 tovo Sh.?ar uad Temior. what the platform will be, or what observation the hardships and no irusicps for flvo penons in priva jsjasHraajBr isame. provided snld tax shnll bo aptho candidates Btnnd for, as did tho tlonB which would be U10 lot of the .nl.l rntnm. inn.1 U. nn will make The offlceM of heretofore, time out southern soldier. Ho was among the volere who have dno return or nunot ur tLtuuun B..i w - i,t t the result of said election at once ar. of mind made their cholc in county first to answer tho call on tho young Meguiur term uincoin coun- ter same is held. We ivrelu MMltleo luilo all ktodi of eua or precinct convention. The voters men of Kentucky fo Join tho soldiers Hlock lorti ortllnt. IimI, wecoa pik Work, l'nrunli ty court held March 13th. 1911 of tho Confederacy. nil, la H0 enlisted early n7 Ihlni from a rnado their cholco then upon tho faith In September 1S02 Hon. James V. Ilalley Judge Alt. Q. n. COOPEll, Clerk. Lincoln doom down a f.nca pet. VS'e can Km In CapL Kob. Lo tuu-aneonnty eonrt. joa premptly . uid (Jail t presiding. Uiat tho candidates were loyal demo gan's Company of Col. Grlgsby's Regl worX aad m(-rlland (at our prteee belore fen bay yor material at leaat. In the matter of the petition crats, and would stand upon any plat inent of Kentucky Calvary. the Citizens of Waynes-form which tho Btato convention might Owing to his extreme youth and Jot burg for atommon and grad may not that course ba th. ease and comfort to which' he had Ky. adopt. Why been accustomed, his comrades did scbopl. MADE ON followed now? At the last regular term of the Linnot expect much from John as a sol e 13th Every candidate before tb primary dler. But from tho beginning, the coln Circuit Court, held Ja-- C ' day of February 1911, a petition stgn -Is rccosnlied as a loyal democrat, and noble, boy showed. Urn hta heart wna ed by J. ..Heynold. 3r Mcintosh. A..L """ "ALL' KINDS OF "AND Vnlita!. r'llti.liAn W ... U.l.b..U .. WW,.rOWM,., II (lln.lulmi will no doubt, pledge himself to accept In tho causoiandithattbex'wa"aeyer; VOV'l Kll Saylor, H. H. Singleton, 'K. S. W.A. CARSON, PROP. ready to do his fall duty as a good Gooch, Machinery any platform that nwybejaereafter A. It. Morgan, T. S. Iteynolds, were giv soldier. Ho soon becamo a favorite of Luther Hunch W O. Summers, O'Bao-nuadopted. Just such pledge SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER his comrades. He never shirked a duty Routon, H. K. Horton, U. N. Ter9s n I rnH9?r'lril nn in tho nast by candidates, who Ho was always ready, never complain ry, J. L. Koontx, Plate Moore, It. H. GOOD,8ErWICE AT FAIR PRICES sought nominations before conven- ed, and by his cheery words and hap Sorell, U. Merrltt, H. N. Claunch. J. N. BEST EQUIPPED Sweeney, S. P. Swope. Derry llurlcson tions. It was considered' regular and by disposition often lightened the and Garland Singleton Superintendent IN THE BLUt ot Common schools of Lincoln county. MACHINE 8H0P sufficient thei wliy fs It not so now? hearts of his comrades. GRASS. He was brave nnd vigilant. If ho Harber Wheeler, nnd J. II. Wheelei, A The adoption of r, platform and the ever know Hunn, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALWER fear ht. did not show it and Geo. W county W. f jindgrnf and ELECTRO nomination of candidates, in a conven- In tho first serious battl0 in which ho K. Ca)d,ell county, board of education DAflVILLC MOTOR 1 nnd A. L. Singleton for Mi r Jin KY sTAMFOHD. name was engaged a mlnnle rifle ball p CO. tion, practically occur at the that a struck Trustee Dlv. a Sub 3 ast-inOffice Thone 167. Homo Tliouo Sii. pltiUorm lilra aud knocked him down. Two of giadod common school district, be time. 1 ho fact that the 123 N. Fourth St. within the boundary to wit 3ANVILE, KY, adopted a few hours beroru hie comrades ran to him (o pick him Spring Suitings up and carry him Trom tho field. When tho nominations aro made cannot af- they went to .him ho nBked them to ford the voters any chance whatever see where tho ball had entered. Thev A HORSE'S OVERCOAT to know what the candidates stand (old him that the shot ftns in Iront My new spring mid summer aawploa lc called a bl.mlcot. We havo overy for, as revealed In the platform. Be- serious but not mortal. In almost kind from the Uehteat to the hoavlost, aiu now ready ror your lnpeutlwi. playful tones he answered "All rlfiht They comprise ilia Iwst on the market sides It Is too late for the voters to Irom the fumy blanket for ;nuu.u-- ' 1 can ult Hiiyono aa to prleo vvbu toys. It It Is In front Its all rUl- uhad prollt by such Information, because I'll go." to the plain but servlcerfblo oi.- - for lllfl OlotllUH Hull!.. Il nrilu A a,il This is mentioned ns only lt)i3d to jour uieaib.e la proforablo recelv one the stable Ktury kind of stable utanill long bofor0 It could possibly bo of the many incidents which mark TO have thujii too. (loo.l, of ooursu, and reaenHl)ie iu rotuiy ninm clonics ed thoy bav e Instructed their delegates cd his career ns a soldier. nude to mensuro doosn't coot any In price Thoy huvo to-- bo to iinfonn inero thnn rn:nlv tnnirn ivl... mi.liHf lor the candidates of their choice. So Ho remained at IiIb post of duty and fit is considered. to our ImrnoHs stnndnrd Oom0 lu 'and let me take your measure. lar as the voters aro concerned, the until tho war was closed. Then bo returned to (jarrard county but to find C. McCLARY, Stanford. naklng of tho platform, at the nomi- Ills fathor stripped H. C. RUPLEY, The PraeUcal TaHor. of Ufa estate, n nating convention, amounts to tho pauper, and, worse mill, bereft of his When vonr tihriclan M Tire- winle as if it were made afterwards. oason. rrll)l n medicine for vou to It John was yet but a boy. H hud What possible difference would inb ilm next Imnortant sten U to Carriage and Wagon Work done AND EM. UNDERTAKERS make if thq convention, after making no home nnd his father's mental conhnvn that nrescHotlon placed In the strictly first data.. Any easting brokdition deprived tho boy or a father's t.M.iB nt n V.nmiifhtv rfllfihle andcomoctcnt should adjourn for two SEALBALMER8. ( ALSO nominations, en, mended as good as new. All work counsel and guidance. -- u..nni c It urlll tin romnounded exactly as juarantred. We solicit part of your weeks, and then complete Its labor, by .11 Thus, in effoct, Jeft to ftgbt the MATER IN FURNITURE, iA W- - Yimtn .rnlnfl nn nnvlablo reDUtatlOtl patronarje. prouiulgatlngtho platform? Certainly battle of life alone It U but little won- and palnitaklng In for always being very careful J. H. GREER. TINGS, RUQ8. THEV WILL ...,....nn..n,llno nnd feel that. In nllluSticO tO VOUf none. If so, what difference can exist der that his proud ifplnt becamo brok r next prescripSomcr'ct. 8i- Stanford, Ky. own good health, you should bring-youen and that he becamo a wanderer EXCHANGE FURNITURE In- between nominations by tho primary tion here. Hero, too, you will ind a complete and and from that time until hU death soaps, ( FOR ALL KINDS F STwCK. and tho adoption of a platform two led an aimless and unprofitable lift-- . T MY LINCOLN FRIHNS vltlne display of toilet articles, rubber goods, perfumes, toilet preparation and all standard remedies. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE 1 aru weeks later? ow looatad oh Jfwrth atreot, Uut those who bad been his comrndeb with tho best eeulnpod stable ta DanFor Interior idacoraUof we carry aaa recom RIGHT. l'latiorms ar0 docluratlous of party In arms always to. the end' remember. ville and Will be rind to una vr.n n ALABASTINE, th beautiful wall coauoj. wait principles. Thoy are not promulgated cd his good qualities whll0 the de:: STANFORD, KENTU6KY. any tint. Aaa will show tho ladtoi nnd see samples of tints and nsk us aoout u. plored tho sad lines which encompass. evpoclally ciunteus treatment. in advanco 'of nominations, In ordor -- 8. D. p. uON. NOTICE TO 0REBIT0R8. ed him In bis later years. party voters may understand that tho kLLll A COMIUDB, For Hale. Keataurnnt, bakory, soda what the candidates prefer. AH canThe hlureka Port rail Co., a corixrra- etc., HtIub room above, A founnl Tho Itucker bill prcvipng for (In tlon uude the laws af the state ol good stand nnd aplcudld didates stand upon the last party plat-fjrbusiness. adopted pudllcatlon before olertlon or ll tai Kentucky dolnc busluess In Stanford Tne placo is woll furnished until fl new one Is and tho Ky has been slaced la tke hands ot ttock of groceries cigars etc, nro new ir..,. .nndldates seeking n6mlnatlon3 1""R" contributions u congressional a receiver This Is a eood chance for some one All pursou bavlnc clalmtf acalnst It to make good money For fmthor party platform In force-Ttjwag lbo Becon(1 0( u Uomocrat. do so upon the should filo Ihem with ate mot later particular! see U It. Hughes or W L tlocu aro luaueju uroraimo inaasi.ras to naaa than May M, 1911. 2iU MoUary, 8talrdt Xy, OVm !Mered ..fl. ae of the wtMet t... .. I nt tba coa- - ewml-ed.- by gra rcea u Montgomery jury, welch U of vote seliimw. ltt; bouty - ti t.i)r, r attar la try Ua Hl vftHa a Uti t aabo4 ra." ta. ili Bfieeael s9tej i- -it - J ' (lf) aJ 'rPR a9CC HvJ iaV' v rcll Pt VwHr 4fCrB PFBwneBVWrjQri 21mC. UAbbHBMIHHHhw3HI rwlri BBiife 1PPVC1Pj' '' PfiBi.3 ' ft & hp &, poi-bon- ir Fresh Oysters STYLE. SERVED IN ANY CONCRETING 1 Dril-elau - REPAIRS - on-th- Motor Cars $TAnF0F(D meL Tf)G BG$T - in PHILLIPS ltfrd. IRM., Carson's Rtaurant McClary; n IL gen-crall- y Prescriptions Km Here To Be Compounded Bring Your J 1 J.L.Beazley&Oo Horse Shoeing, "' il . -;- pWTiTr- bW PERSONAL and SOCIAL Mr. and Mm. K. P. Woods Announce u tho engagement of their daughter Hind Halllo Taylor Woods to Mr. (Irov tr 0. Anderson, of Ml. Sterling, Ky The wedding will bo on tile afternoon or Jun0 8tli nt Iho Baptist rliurcli. I ho ontlro family of T. 8. llront linn boon III or grip Rev. T II. Tliornton, of llnnnkor, Vn., In visiting IiIh win, Itet. B. II Tliornton nt I'ronrlioriivllU' Attorney H. M. Tudor, of Richmond, an "old collcgo chum" of Jesse Lynn --.was hero on business last week Mrs. J. K.I.ynn Id In (.nnonstcr, the guest of her dnughtcr, Mra. John llonut. Misa l.uclo I). Mnssey has rutin tied home, after n visit to relatives nisir ..Liberty. . Tho Current Kventa Ulub meets with Mrs. T. W. Pennington Thursday afternoon nt half pant two o'clock. Jnller Dink Fnnnor, Sheriff W. L McCarty nnd James McCarty wont lo Itlrhniond Krtda) (o attend the limcrnl of .Mr. Thomas Hurley. Carl t.'nrtor cniuy otur irom I.oi ingtnn to t.pond .Siititl.'i) tth (ho homo folks, lie Ih making 'i Mm iccwil Nt Smiths I1IiIihwh College. lira Umla Owsley, of Lovliigloti, In lit tsvml of her ataler, Mra. John & VoUa, and attended th Schumann ton nib L Mis Ktltahftth Carpenter, who rime Lexington OVHf ritMti to attend tl.e Schuraann-lluliirecital, returned to Hamilton College today, alter n visit to .Mm. It. I,. Suitor on Lexington nvenuo. Miss (.aura Carpenter, Mho haii been MrH. Baiter' guest, returned to her hotii(lln Lincoln Count) -- Dimr vllIo Advocate. Mr. Auther lUnkln left last week for Mlddlesboro, where ha will make Wi future borne. Arthur hu many Heinle ,4k oji ,For r Tiw ita. AUMHU Gave Me Instant Relief" "I fell and sprained my arm and was in terrible pain. I, could not use my hand or arm without intense suffering until a neighbor told me to use Sloan's Liniment. The fir&t application gavu mo inMnnt relief an J I can now use my arm as well at ever." Mrs. II. II. SfRtNufK, 911 Flora St, KliMbcth, N. J. PUBLIC SALE If. 0. Wray was In I.onilon on telo'j , phone business BnttirCay. on Saturday, April 2id, l!ll at 2 I.lnyil'1'cirln la hero from Andcron, ..vinrk i M . nt h... inin .i,t..nM .... Ind , for a short vlatl to IiIh old homo. Danville street, I will sell the house Mrs. K. I). Kails han rettiVn'cd home hold and kltrhcn ItimlUirc 01 Mrs U after n pleasant visit to, her tdator, Yager, part of which aro carpclM. Mrp lrlno Itorsoy In Louisville. clilnu eabliK t, folding bed, aldeboan Mrt, .1 K. .Lynn la tho guotit ut her rouoh, hat ruck, dining table and r'ntiRhter, Mra .lotui Mount In I.ancas clnilrri, sewing mnehlne, kitchen eno tter Inct, rofrMerntor, Ilvo barrela of com, Mr William Htnno wag In LuxinRlnn I 100 btiaheluaof coal, a gooif, gentl" ptid Cincinnati Hovornl ilaya Inat wcclc family horse, and n rubber tlr,, bugg on business. 30-W. M. DfHGHT, Aamr. II V LeCompte, of Krankfort, Join' j Mr, Cicero ed nis wlfo at her fnthcr, (IrlmoB Ilonzley bought two tcry I I e) nobis' Hunday. tiandsoiuo buggies for bis very fiom Mr Mattlo It. White Is nt tho Crnb K. M. Arnold, tho hustling buggy tnnu Orrhnnt H.inatorlum for a few days. laa cnk. tifncturet of irruporntliiK. 2 Si1IWHfW1HSJWW!ff!W1ffWHfftt!!f!t?!!flff!in!rln E ARE STILL f" -- HEADQUARTERS-1 ft FOR Ke J, M, Cook, n veteran divine of 1,000 codnr lenco postB for Halo. (5ofd the Highland section In very low wltth ones. Appl) to U. T. Austin MlKIii- rfcnrer of tho face. Mra. M. II. Moore, eowert Irlena hcre.ntap tonticello 1tl blm up, inoe of prnayrfy but.,l,v)h ! regret to give Mm. an uM urattUftftt Hff.miim e4 stomach. or Morcland aV4P J$fer8jrW. with a tryUa BJetaa&, h',WtUle younx I'rewlt la youn In hU teena, he In n well pollehtd7bdrig,ifnUe, Mr. Loelavlll where he JaW4jJ7 r'ftirttrffc ir. Mc4j,rUr algfcujr , H $-(- ' ' bua .. MkftHKi't: tat man nnd n3VesRo67rimpreIil65 on a every ono as ft model boy. Mr. V. B KUh, tho Insurance man of Stanford-vrawho haa been illaa Liberty. a guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. F. Uv- hero laat of last week. News. n nee, for Ko'.no time Mt roturiietl to .Mr. and Mrs. C V (Jarnett have re Klanford turned from a tlslt to the rormorii Mra T V Salnk, nnd ehlldren, nl mother at Cue City. Coleshurc, Hardin county, nre letting hna been quite rel.it I est here. Mra Thomas Wilder Mlim Pearl and Clara Collier, of la now much better. wero horo shopping Mm. It. II Thompson nnd Mra. It. I, Crnb Orchard, terday wero guestti Collier, of Crab Orchard, Mra. A. H. Soveranco is tho guest of Mrs. Thompson's mother, Mra. V, of Itlrhmond relnttvea. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Salln. of ML M. I'oyntcr Wodnesday ana yesterday, Vernon, have been tho guosts Ol Ur. 'yMl. Vernon Signal. Mrs. J. W. HuUucbuii. Mr. nnd Mra. V. A Lear, of Lancas- nnd Dr. li. It. Spltler of tho famous Crab S. Pish and ter were th0 guests of family Inst week Orchard Sanatorium, wna hero on bus , Mlsres Lillian anil 'iracle Man Coch lnM. Saturday. Ho accompanied Ijinraster will be the gueita of by bU wlfo and Mra. rl. II. DronauSb, 'ran of W. H KUM the latter iirt ot this Mrs. Jr. week lll-b- rintlned to hep bed ovei ,i yoar with Somo ono borrowed my history of rheumatism, In eonsldembly Improved, Forest' Calvary by Dr. Wjeth and for her frlendH will bo rI.iiI to know. gotto retern It. I will thank them to Col. Dan McCollmu, tho popular. do so, O. L. Penny. proprietor of tho McCollum House ct Junction City, 11 taking treatment at Tho ladles of tl o Christian ch'jrrli the Crab Orchard Kanauirlinn will havf th"tr measuring anrli I nt Mr nnd .Mrs. W. V. Ituilmnan and J Iho eoiirthoi'sc on Sn(tirda night, a Mr and Mrs. I It. Mann spunt Sun' feo of three cents per fool ImIiii harrf cd for each foot and fraction ot root day with Mr (,. Miirtln and ranill; lit height ata I.lvlngatop. Xlr and Mrs. J. S. Turpiu are ro I'laota of nil kinds lor sale: pot and rrmni: t ttnurtttulntlnnu .uiwin tltu Am1 cut flowptir nil kindf ot bnliai. Cut 1. ...".. .i' i" it inwnuiiiK UMf in meir rnniiir, Curnallwih :i' cent a doien. 13d llublinnl'H greenhouB,, on Ctit Oft pike I'm iiingwer having eome Hi.tkIh.v zp I M' V. Stmnion, of Klchtuond, i,n l.o etieat last hk of tier nlco. Low to'onlst rale, to deatlnailons is an excellent antiscptii an li KM Newlnnd. Mr A It. hIMn, In tho weM northweu and aouthvtoat r..l LoulHille, Mrs. New land's inotlier, via Southern railway. Tickets ( n sal- killer heals cuts, hjt. ilsd hecn her guMt here. dally until April 10th, 1011 Kor fur burns, wounds, and thor information, nek any ngant Sruth will contusions, and era railway or write lo A. II Cook, li SHORT LOCAL NEWS draw the poison t). Stratton, I) PA, Louisville, Ky., UPA from sting of poiAn old fashioned liors,. snow Is to L'vaiiBVllIe, Ind., J. C. Duam, Jr, A. ( 22-be hold at Hustonvillo next Saturday, P. A, St, Iouis, Mo. sonous insects. and all breeders with flno stallions Kor Sala Kour year old Jersey 3Bc 6O0. and $1.00 are expected to bo present and put cow, subject to register, fine milk(heir blue bloods, 29-,t . er. J3. J. Etnbry, Jr. tak mm, mhU, .iClU-'Jlmrale McCarley was nxnln Ikjprated en last nHk. Jor nip joint The Vratil0 Comod a IVUiUi 1 ' HJaatttM kr Dr CaJrxmtnr and Dr. Louisville Lome talent companv, will Bui i. flMkii. BHaaBBBBBBaH ' Ltua jMUg uu;(4sjciinu aive it vaudeville performance tere iaa. V.tXaC ii.n am wwiufv n nvia.-Saturday hlM.prtl 22 at the j)era nm tr oust. H', WUtle HftBra ot llubbl ba U M? Prompt relief Ih all 'tai of throat Jesse .Lynn is quite 111 svith some- a una long trontile' H you'tue Cttamber TtalUnk Mr. tDing iiaj? ptomaine poisoning. Comth 7letnrr.r J'Uaetuit to Surprise lain' weeK. tYicnu . ti . , , ,, rake, aoothlnjt "and helatln effect; Mra, U. r. JoTa, ot Cort Mus Bewaro ci Ointments Tor Catan h beonrn'truest 6i Ver aonTitJirfafiJffyTln' that Contain Mercury, Let me Iniurcyour nouse and barn n tvtnti LI punt Ontmy tb mim ot nra the Kast Knd. ftAd conplctet tirfAAc th woi trtteni irti before the fire. n. M. Newlar.d. cntcrtn It ltnuk ttM laufou urfirra. fuch Mra Anderson, 1 I) ncy, Ivy. b.ta been 281 i Ladies' Gents' AND I SiOANS 1 LINIMENT ...."." 'J Childwoy.c. ate Q ifar L JH 7 Shoes E Clothing v. 1 n, ip 2 Hats BitHi, or John'-KoWtso- leftf Cummins & Wearnl ..J - "" Jr..il'sr.! a . '2 i" ' n S' STANFORD, KY. THIBymE yi w-- msr - ! I V) 1- JI 1W 1 7.Ji i! to winning and went homo crest fallen lieorggo P. Hright makes a salve Hall, for Huatonvlllo, struck out IS that will cure whlto swelllno carbunmon. cles, bolln, bono felons, cuts, coma. Also VI ro cuts, harness sores aud Your tongue Is coated. Your breath la foul. scratches on ylur horses. Guarantied come nnd go. Headaches Theso symptoms snow that your to euro, as anil TiOc a bo etomach Is the trouble. To remove P. O. JJo 1SU, 'Phono 2t d uVe?' Tablets. w j0 tjy,t. "&? to tnko nnd moat Tho ladles of the Christian church elfecUre. WJW y, O. U I'enuy. cleared over $100 dollars en, their Mra, CWYoung. of Hfghlaad. Will vuuri uuj uiuucr wmcu win go lor a lave ocr .millinery opening next Mon new carpot tor tho Church. day and Tueeday. April and 30 2 33 A Llncotn.couny Jury was taken to Danville and acquitted Wulter Phil NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. lips of tho charge of murdering a man The Huitonvllla Holler B1II1 Com named Vermillion. Phllllpo was ably pnay a conxiratlbn tinder tho laws ot defended by Attorney Raw ling J. f Kentucky, doing business In (tat th tnwn of Hustoavllle , Kentucky., nnd C. C Uagby, bis plea being eeK Is now cloilng up lta business na a defense. Tho Jury was: Frank North rporivtlon. Afl persona hnvlng clnlms O. P. Drown, T. J. Hill, Joo Kdwardu, against It will present them for C. 1L McCormack, A, J. Weddle, W. U T Young Sec.&Treus. 22-- P. Carson, W. M. .Meyer, J. J. Moser, J. D. Steonborgens sells, builds, re- - John Uach, C. C. Bncb, Joo Vnnllook. pnlra nnd adjusts scales nt rocK Dot torn prices. See him for prices hore An ciamlnatlon for graduation in you buy. Address Crab Orchard, Ky, th0 Common school courso of study will bo held In my oftice, May 12, U lVnt. 11. V. Powoll shot n largo red 11)11. (i. Singloton, Supt. 30-dog fox on bis plnro oar tho MeCof nincks 'I'hurch last 'week. Hcjiiard Tho Thoatorlilm was reopened Sat was doourlug a lat hen when Capt unlay night by Messrs. Nicely & Soper of 3&-Z- 4 Oiurrh cur, nianuliriomt 16 THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER A MABX lolrdo, O conMIni no rctr-ruWH (nlrmallr ctlne dlrrrtly vpoo Ow bkxid and nurons BurUcrs ot Ih' frw"i Tnose Fighting Game Chicfcens." In CMrf t u;r turtnc IUIH THE GRY GRISTS. The Hitstomille High School ball fniuiiir- - Yit 11 incn iDtrmaur ana maue mrrt tho A RELIABLE MEDICINE NOT A Toledo. Ohio, br A Co Trstlmonuu tree. J tniey icnni defeated the High, seiiool team Tho Prettiest Fowls In tho WorJi KoM by OruitnlA. NARCOTIC Tirr, ; per botllc. tho score lake HiUi taraily HUi lor runinmtion. from Danville Saturday l Eggs 1C for J3.00 Mr". P. Marti, St. Joe Mich-- ., says: (I. Danville wna contldent of 20 . Good ipaaturo lor Hi town Apply to M. O. Vnndooer cowa BrtldrA ihcH 4ivtr N- - wrtj eirept oo rtfrlp-llon- a trarx rrpnub! ptiimtchna. the itey n,., uu r, iri uu fl UV3 KOOU jmi TAZ1 dmut Ut pOKSIU'7 u rfw T K. thon. trmOwx-- !iir & CV, Jj tni .liwui (tnh .rrteh 0. J. EMBRY, JR. "Our little boy contracted a severe bronchial trouble and as tho doctor's Barred Plymouth Rock eggs, Ma medicine did not cure him, I gavo blm for 15. Robert B. Carter, Stanford, Foley'b .Honey and Tar Compound In Ky., IL K. D. No. 2 which I have great faith. It cured tho cough as v.'cll na the choking and gagImported stock Buff Orpington eggs ging spells, and be got well in a short 75 cents for IB. Baby chicks 92 per time. Foley's Honey and Tar ComMra. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stan-forpound lias tninv times saved us much dozen. Ky, Route No. 1 'Phone 533 trouble and we are never without It In the house. Sbugars nnd Tanner. e, 2 PURE BRED POULTRY. I (4 For Sala By Reliable Breeders Line Cards in this column $1 Cosh fox. Season.) I nrceIr,of finest strain ,f Single Camb Rhode Island fiefs eggs S. A. HILL n Stock and for eale in season. R. F. D. No. 3 Lancaster My. Fmo strain S. C, White Leghorns' Heavy laying etrafn.Eggs for 15. Mrs. J. B. McK(i; King's Mounutn, Ky. , , E pav-men- L Barrod Plymoufh eggs for sale, JL for 15. Also Indian Kunner duck egga II for 13. Mrs. Andorbon Nunncfley, McClue Route, Moreland, Ky. 1 of Hlcl inond, who gavo a good fIiow Leghorns Diamond nnd had a nlcij patronage. They will S. C. White Koley'a Kldnov Pills contain In con-ruInstall an electric piano U1I3 week and itraln year 'round layers of large, I rut ed form InuredlonU of cstnb-llahewhite ego $' per setting. tho nipoutle alue fo rtlio 'relief promise to glvo a hlg, chss entortalir A. C. Alford Stanforl, Ky nnd cure of nil kidney nnd bladder nil input at nil times. munts. l'olev's Kidney Pills ntVmitl-aeptlc.Choice White Wyandotte cockerels, tonic and restorative. Itvfuse Kggs $1.50 for 1C. .Mrs. J. N. Cash. aubrtiluto". Sbuqara nnd Tanner. n - Powell laid him lowv. Sp" ji ;2W"J -. Indian Runner Duck. Eggs.. for setting of 12. THE Indian Runner Is known as, the'. $1 For Salt Leghorn of the duck family, for egg. Mrs. D. E. Proctor, Phone 193. BUFF ORPINGTON Eggs For Sale 15 for $1 C. C. WITHERS, R. F. D. No. 2. 'Phone 1431 Stnnrord, Ky. S. C. 2. teas for setting. Phone 15. Pure Crescert Pure bred Eggs WhltTLeghorns. Miss Lizzie Davison, Black Minorca 1 'i.(' 1 Wi ran through the High' Itind acctlon Sunday biting a number of cunlnos there, which wero noou kill ed to proent thent developing rableh nlso. It Is thought that tbb taad doc tame from tho far lower end or tho county. Ho came on tornrd town. Ihoso who saw him pass Highland, telephoned as tar In as Smith llaugh-man'- s but tho animal could not bo A nind dog Stanford. "iL!-"- 5v V ii win EGGS ROR HATCHING. Buff Orpingtons. .SI and $2 per 15 Black Minorca $1 for 15 It you that lay In winter, Fatiu itango Silt or Laced Wyandottei; when eggs are high, tiet the S. CO cents for 13. Satisfactory hatch Kggs si for 15. W, guaranteed. Butt Orpingtons. P. Kincald, Phono 199, Stanford. 2L Mlsa Anne H. Trlbbie,, Danville, Kx. THOROUGHBRED S. C, R. I., REDS Eggs for sale $1 for IS Imported Cock at Head of Yard. D. M. WALKER, Stanford, 'Phono 130. Mrs. W. H. Wearen, per setting Stanford. located. .. I 1 TO TRAVELERS. .; I - zg -- s WE HAVE NOW FOR 1 OLM INSPECTION THE VERY LATEST AND MOST STYLISH MENS' SUITS EVER SHOWN ON THE GLOBE. STRICT. LY PARIS DESIGNS. WE HAVE ANy SHADE AND PRICE FROM $10 TO 30, HAND TAILORED, ALL WOOL, GUARANTEED IN FIT AND TO CALL HERE BEFORE YOU BUY. SATISFACTION. T Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. In this section "No woman who values hoaltb, good fer tho Oreat American Steamship complexion and shapely Ugure should points, neglect European to all llae physical exerclso. A well ge me, when vou think of trave'lng equipped womans gymnasium contains . W. LANDGRAF, a washtub, rolllug plu, sweeper, mop. Waynetburg, Ky. fewlng machine, and a sot of good Wanted, a good milk cow, must bo dish towels; and then, to comploto tb0 system, you should bao COFFEY fresh. How an Sanfloy. 8tnnfordv.2'J-A aalesman and colloctpr & COLEMAN supply your giocorles. Wanted Try Poorless chick and poultry feed, for Lincoln county who can furnlBb. horse and buggy, on salary. Singer. 10 pound sack 25 conts, COFFEY & COLEMAN, Bewlrg Machine Co.iipany, Incorpornt 2'J2 Phono 196. MitnWIlo Ky Prompt Delivery. 2 an tbo agent OETSY'S POINTERS Indian Runner duck eggs for sale, PURE BRED pnui rnv say at 5 months oldj i.'oohii tumous perpetual layers. Mrs. Indlau Runner Duck eggs si for 12 fluff Orpington eggn Jl 15 K. M. Tate. It, D. No. 1 Huatonvlllo. Kngllsh Salmon Favoralls IS for 16 MK5. 5. J. EMBRY, JR. S. C. Brown Leghorn eggs, B6 tenta per settlna. Mra. J. M. Ore's, R. F. D. Barred Plymouth Itock eggs. For No. , Stanford. 'Phone 380 G. Lan batching of tho finest breeding. Our caster, Ky, chlckenH aro large, big boned, and well barred. Eggs 15 for II, lOtl for BUFF ORPINGTONS, S5. Mrs. 8. K. Duddorar. R. IL No. 2 They Lay. They Weigh. They Tay. Lancaster Ky. Eggs $1 for 17. W. BEN WEAREN, Stanford, Ky, b. C. Crescent strain whlt t.iu... inuian ituuner duck egga rrom a horu eggs 75 cents n setting Uurlig great laying strain SI er setting ot 12 April Uiual price JLOO. Also for al.k S3 for 45. All orders receive prompt a pen of Diamond strain White LogJ attention. Volfoll Lovell, R. F D. iiunis, iieHuen ov imported cock. Mrs ivavisoq rnono 10 Stanford, No. 1 Stanford, Ky. jl, nn for i: i-- Don Yarrick Hanna's Green Seal "THE MADE-TO-WEA- R PAINT" in quality with the Ha itood the tett of time and ha been improved passing years. t Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. TEST THE QUALITY. It is a good idea to learn the composition of the paint you intend to use. Thcro is n. difference. The printed formula appears on every package of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. This is an evidence of good faith and attests the confiidence the maLers have their product. in FOR SALE DV L. L. SANDERS,. B. PRUITT- CRAtl ORCHARD KY KY GEORGE FOR PUBLIC SERVICE SEASON OF 1911. rne Sensational Performer and Splendidly Hred Keglstered Saddlo Stallion - VV 5Pi;P' RCCOrd, . .MORELAND - ALLEY Trotter VV' GREGOR 43401. 2:19 3-- 4. hr r Thl magnificently bred yiuinrt stallion wjll mnko Iho urnsnn of l9il r.t my stable near Hlnnfonl, Ky. on tho Hlielby City plko at lfi to Insure a llvliii "lt Don Vnrrlek U tviuda a beniitlfi I thrntniit, shoit bark he.ny Lonn In fKt the hlrhent typn or tho nltrr and perfect disposition He Is ly the great (Inward Hllxer J 06 M, that won tho 15 000 Trnnnvhnnfa in n ki cn hen' rare In 190? nnd liomrat jear un tho $10 000 llimner Meumrlnl mil ('I,. M and M. all In broken $20,-(0nml stld for f 21,000 and later Don Vnrrlek U bred oxnitly like Hpnnifti Queen Dial won- tho t',000 l Transj hanla In 190J tur.kmg a ol 2 07 nnd was rlasucd at one of thn four, being cnin of tha grrrtlcet, nioniy winners on the grand circuit l'J fr 0 - In 1 )uS CARROLL 2241. PRESTON-43S(A. S. H. R.) 3 Hal-corn I , 8 Years Old. Reg' Ueor.io Wilkes C19, 2:22 Sire of 83; dams ot,J0t. foaled 1908. llnv horso stai anil hind ankles wliltc, K..3 Druimi ft" hr Wnsliliicton 54 lv Cromwell 73 by Wnshlnctcn Don ci mark Gl'l'reston's dam was Ilelle by Roderick 104 by Mambrlr.o.LeOrnnd 9D by Hlgblmd Clilet and the dam or Hoderlck was by a son of Peters' Chestnut Stallion About 16 Hands, isteretl, Volvmcl7. a By Enoch Ard'n 1st Dam Baby Pence 7049 By Almont Forest 2863. 2nd Dam Lady Pence Bv Garrard Chief. 3rd rjam , CARROLL PRESTON Is the finest Individual and be3t performer in Central Kentucky and proved himself one of the most formidable ring horses out last season. He Is one of the greatest racklni; horses seen In His colts years and has a splenld trot with a world of speed and nctlon. are proving him a coming sire and aie tho kind that will sell high. Will Stand at the low fee of $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT at A. T. Stock Yards In Stanford. Good pasture and care at prevailing: rates. l.Ien retained on colt until service Is paid. Best of care, but not responsible for accidents. Address, Jav IJtrd Allorton GIL'S Record 2:09 Sire of 201 dams of 3tl, Including Nuncy Iloyco Laconda (1') 2:02. 2:0t (Jen. Forrest 2:08, etc. 50CU I July' Slro ol 131; dams or 79. lly Mninbrlno star ssa, Great bnxnl mare. lYank Ousslu Wilkes Dum of 2. Mambrlno Hoy 844. Slrw of ISf dams of 41. Nura Wilkes. Gcorg-- j Wilkes 519. U C47 Nun-nelley- 's Pearl McGregor Record a and Alley nnd gram? Gregor 2:19 2:17 dum of Trocar 3-- Slro ot 111, dams of 188 Maud II Dam ot May lllrd 2:21 Foarl McGregor 2:2: Itobcrt McGregor ltecord 2:17 . Major lMsall 216. Sire of i; dam or Nuiry Whitman untraetxl. Seneca Chief 1 l. 37s". I Jeauy. Slro of 4; dam ot 15. .1 (Carroll Preston is nominated In The Saddle Horso Futurity Stake.) W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Ky. tSrnndam of 4, l.utu of Jericho lly Champion urinneu. 219, Oiiwiud Biter Is by Onwunl, ono of th" grentcst nnd best sons of Georgn Wllkrs Onwnrd's ilnm was tso dnm if Director, tho slro of that great fainly Dou Varrlck"M nl troth rn ntnl Jut dam was by Wlkos Hoy, by George Wilkes h full sister to Tho Way 3 K..' 1 I nnd half Httnr In Ma'lelrne 1'atch-rthe dam of Itubher 2; 10, Winches-to- r Illlly Wilton 2 20. and 2 It JMIss It 2 30 2nd dam Mary bv Hocg's Grey Knglo the dam of Tho Way and Mndlrno I'ntdieu. Don Vnrrlck's dam prodtiroil Dr. (on n it. that nlaeod n tiuhllc half mile '(.n tho I.vxlngton trsrk at KI mouths nnd sold to Is W Ilttbln- ,ln PS 'ger of New Haven for II 000 she also produced Maggie Igo, that trotted n iiiil" on the ame tract nt it! months Don old In 1:11 and sold for S100 Yarrick Is fast game and alwn.ru on .the trot, very rarely over loaves hln feet. In f weeks handllnic last fall ho 'trotted n iiuarter on hilt mile track In. Hoc. half In 1 10 nnd th-34 mile In 2r27 12 on the oittstdn ot trnck l'lojiBB nolo tho rich lnheri-Liiursif spoed on bolr sides, not a mitring link for generation llreod to this fellow and you can't mlws Iho four things ever breeder looks for flie, itlio.iltl(in, speed and looks Sev him before booking your mari tfiimn money due when mares areN parted wit or hred to another horw Mares kept at 10 cnts per day nnd all iar taken, will not bf resonible for accidents or escapes. Don "Jirrlck Is a 2 19 trotter If be had thL proper n 1 3-e 'V - aLLLLLLLLLLHHiLLLLLLLLl -- f r ( 1 ALLEY QREGOR U ono ot the bebt trotting StJUag ,In hn.6 a lot of styltf and 'finish and'lt fs n Kreat acting hvrsofion't 'woar any ioott, just y ounce Shoes', trfvop j:nt nwipui Mrj tw.omosi roto iiri ronilhp (Mn's Jntl Aifow'crpnt smvd nnd artldh! IAllrlnlb.'WlshlllA, so onthe Iv'Mtigtou trank.,wl',fieh ure now "tov8eo'ono of tnera can-iln'irturilrit. This Is 'a good chance lor tho people of. Lincoln County to breed Into the best families of tho trotting blood. Look thin horse' breed lng Over and see how many tljor bate In, tho Ili--t both kb--. ami dam. ,3UiU groat trotting Stdlllon Will make the reason' of 1V1 J nt my uUble In ; J.un-cast- - .' handling I'MH'ON AND ItnSSF.I.L ' Clllloh Is r( black 'JhcIc .with llcht points, Kst..aewijiihrn IR- jJ2 JiapU rjilh .ltb n y pjiiteljlBS bc.tiiijii csr wuii etjonjt ranprr.ecic tan pfenfy lMrti Jfnd 'sdlifftafo nrid as V'brveder "' ' . nU6SELL. ' ' ' ' Kentucky, $15 to Insure Living Colt, Sound And All Right- I am prepared to tak0 care of mau'R on grans at Jo iuiub por day. l.Ien retained on colts for sonltfe fee Money due uhon utnr is trailed or parted with care taken to prevent .arcident but not ropouslblo should nnr ' '. . ' ".... if W. U. HDRTON, Phone. 95 . Lancaster, Lv-'fc'- Ky Jackltlt.ulli;ht points, Atigusf full 15 hands nlgti with aft much finish and nctlon s a horsr anr as a brooder be Is the cijual of any Jack. I'otk of theso Jicks-wll- ! serve marea nt Jio to a living colt Trading the mares lorlelu tho Insurance Car will lx taken to prevent nccldcnts. but will rot Im renponslhlo should any occur Jennets will ht cared foor after June lit nt S20 to Insure a lt Intc colt. K V WOODS. J H. WOODS n block ' Ut e hSI by Wflslngham bk Gecrge Wilkes J hands high toM POWHATAN. in 1'ji nocKi bone and slie, tho kind lleau Naboth x dam, Nora IUuki tc liu-e- to for mules mart and ork man by Nnrval r.n',, bv KIim t onwer IX.', 2d dam I.ela J b Motniolltan j lioinen. by ton horn,. Sldl 02761 Im- U72 by llaniilliminn Ml; 3d diaui SlUI by MHiiibrlno KtnrllclH 3912. Description and Breeding. Six eare peded Freiicii stallion nut of good hy Duribny 411- - 4th dam Mry With old; 45 JM hands; n rich (olorcd ha nutltu muio. or b Olher (llioroubbrodi; 5ih date' with ns much style and nctlon m nn Will ntQno the seHon of 1911 at tin b) Wagner; fith dam by Imp Tranby; t.ods hortc. Sired by Dignity Dare; pluro In OUuuhDlm, K at J 10.00 to JUi dnm by Thornton's Rattier. llOMti Nnboth is a IminlHome buy, lst dam Minnie ,bHloiY.l; this Is the limine a IIvIik colt. '. (lav stallnn 15-- hands, foaled summer 1'02, said b) good Judges to Ijo itnudlng 15 3 hands of great style 8Mnc Owciih mare that has produced ADOLPH HERTEL. itml action nml perfect disposition. He or tho fmest stallions living. Ho f a perfect Imago of bis groat;slr.e ono aw many good colts as nny maro In Uttunhulm, Ky hns proven n breeder and his own Chester Dare 10. Mr. J. C. GraNes.wbo raised and" showed Chester Dare Lincoln county. This horse In no exKluctloneer-WJIkbreeding, tho Garperiment I purchased him from L. 11. cros Is second to none 10 snjs it Is almost lmposulblo for two horses tp bo more alike-tha- n Hi an Nnboth will makt t'e season Owenn aftor looking ;u his tolls for rard Chief 1SJ3 and Chester Dare 10, Col, V. A. narrlger or Shelbyvllle, Ky., of 1911 at A. T. Nunnelley's stock two aeasdns Ho la n breeder tecona Judged thLi horse at the Texas State Fair several times says he is as y.trds ut J 15 to insure u thing colt. has to ncnc In Lincoln county. See him The well known Silo Anderson Jaok Monov due when maro Is traded or fine a horse as ho ever saw. Garrard Cbief won tho championship of will mskc the season of 1911 at iho parted with or bred elsewhere. you breed your mares, before Description and Breeding .the South West at Dallas tn 1908, 1909, 1910 and during that time Jiis colts Tcrms.--I1- 0 to Insure a living colt farm ol D, M. Anderjon on the Trench J. M. PETTU8, ersvlllii nnd Stanford pike one mile 15-hands high; a good colored more than anv other herd shown there Jn saddle classes. At Fort won Sanford, Ky., from I'renchorsvlllo and C from StanIn breeding chestnut with best of bono, conformaWorth Horse Show In March 1910 Garrard Chief won first ford nt S8.00 to Jnsure a colt until tion, stylo and action. Sired by Hot class for saddle stallions and age over 16 good ones, ho also won at same I'eavine 179C; 1st dam by I'eavlue S; weaning time. THREE GOOD MULE JACKS. 8ILVER KING. saddle stallion mare or gelding. He will make the 2d dam by Warren Harris Denmark; place first for Also nt same plaiy and at sarno 3d dam by John Nosloy, ho by Davie 1911 tour miles from Stanford on Hustonvllle plko at $25 to insure season-o- f sadti'nns will stand th Crockett. living colt Mares simqA $2.50 per month. Care taken to prevent accidle horso Silver King Ucst ot carw Thn great draft stallion that has NOTE. In offering the services of U taken to prevent accidents but not mado bla own rev, will make the soo-so-n 1 place At the same time and this young stallion to the public, dents but not responsible should any occur. ot 1911 at my place on tho Somera stand my thre0 good mule Jacks at SI lesponslblo should nny occur. John do not hesitate to say ho is without set plko at $10 to Insurn a living colt doubt the best stallion In reach of the to Insure a living colL Those JVjeJo ltliby, It. F. D. No. 4. or p D. M. ANDER80N Stanford. ',llo Is the llreot the Joe Chancellor people of Lincoln county and adjoinknowi norsi mat soia ror 1350 nnd or thre-ing counties both tn Individuality nnd need no advertising as they are 8TANF0RD, KENTUCKY. .wires that sold for $785 at J. rtf oioou to breeders all over tho county. Hood. H has as uiucn Uaughman's big sale last fall. 'Nuff Silver Wood Service feo on all the above adas l.s possible to get in one horse and Hed. And Clareoce Tate refused $450 is that Is uio brcemng inai any in utr vertised stock duo wben colt is foal tor a pair of, 2year-oI- d fillies by him. doubt cd, mare sold, tradod or bred to other mand today. It you havo Hllver Wood, non of Far Wood 167JS JE8EE AND ENRIQUE by 8. T. Harris; about that, compare the prices I hove stock. These terms apply to all. Care record 2.27 PEDIGREE-Slr- od to Nor Wood stalbrother We will stand this great coach The great show pony Jesse and King Kagle. Vol. G A. 8. II. It.. No. sold them for with nny other breed taken to provent accident!, but not re- 2.12 sire of Lady Constantino lion for the season of 1911 at J. W. 2536, he by Jtoyal King 2555, he by On n Uie country. nnd eight others. another fine Shetland stallion willFlorist 2'12 should any occur. TKJtMS ?25 to insure a living con. sponsible Uaughman's piece on Somerset pike Time. 745 he by Stonowall Jackson son of Nut Wood make tho season nt my place. EveryFar Wood 2:27 body knows Jesse, tho othor pon 72, Hoyal King's 1st dam Mollle ;oii rrcoid 218 sire or Manager tho crack little one mllo from Stanfoid, at 110 to horstt Knrinue Is desMountz 2584, he was the noted sire I,ock Heart 2 OK 2(' Aditlo tho American Shetland Tony u living colt. This is oue of Cahloire Lexington, F. S. King Eagle s I), i in and 1G5 others. Nut Wood cribednsIn follows: Certificate of regis, son ot Tlelmont Club 8h0 ti'uu, record 2:18, the lincst coach horses eor brought 1st dam Hip, 3579,King by Kaglo lllrd This certificate that there StonewallJackson, Kagle 750, 2d 1014, ho by Old 04. Sliver Wood's first aani Princes trutlon to this part of the country. Ho Is dam Hcd Lion, 3rd dam by Harris' (13US. ho br lie'.- - hiiH been registered In Volume 10 Club bv Vnllenn 2:29 number 10273 of the iiifint C4 Vntte'111'4 ilnm llnnitilnlnnfftii OC stRndard 10.1 hands high nnd Is by Imp. Glos-to- t Denmark, he by Miller Denmark 45; Shollaml Tony Club stud 1G79C, record 2.27 1 2. American nnd out of a. mare by Wonderful 4th dam by Jim Hell, Thoroughbred.o Will niako the season ot 1911 nt my 10. Fur Wood Wilkes, Mol-H"'" nl""la,'u, i,u" dam of No"""A Jr's. I!o. An) ono waning a very high King Kaglo, she bv 1st dam was 2d My lino young mule Juck will make barn nt J10 to Insure n lMng colt un- 1st dam Nora "" Lnrlmie of l'onmoken white Old Drennon, Diennon, Wood Wood 2,1" Lred coach horse to bleed on standard d&m Coi perbottom, and nma back tu tne present seasou at niy tnblo at til wennhig time, sound nnd all right. Norn Wl'lUos. by Nora Mikes cit. 2:22 l"0'1 black head; white stnr und snip; (ico aluJ bred mnros for getting htylo, speed Daw Crockett. Moreland. Ky.. for 10 to Insure liv- A llin retained on all colts until ca Mit Wood 00. record 2.18 1st ""Jcr pnrt of neck black extmidlng to latk'e King Kagle. Jr., Is 0 years, old ing colt. Marcs traded or bred to othNOTE. dim Win Ilussell. dam ot Maud '8. extending up block siKit uiulor bolly and action, should seo this horse. sou is paid. flanks and slds; lower hind foot, bay j gS ;i4 when mare is parted dark manewith one white stock forfolt their lnsuranco. BRECKINRIDGE. BILLY Monar due ami tnll, stands full 17 er BILVER WOOD Is n black nurse."'"1 " "" "iac; small iihick Bpot on lilco overMD bnnds high, muck ,,,,. wllKt (200 ,,. ,, Foaled May 29 1909 Turner is with or bred to other stock. I?tt sl.l ot back hands high, weight 1500 pounds nnd n at w Q ' We will also stand a VERY FINE well proportioned oveiy way A com- tlth white points and weighed this Major of lemnokcn 9921 A lion ,oal(Hj tll jyos. possussH. great )iiitur.fcl. lh oU unU wean,nK time. c,ra.v 8J1J'- - Ilrod "v l" Hpeed. bined stallion with nleiity of Ho Is nn oxtra,)o)a on nIj coug until paid for. Alliai Htle mid all roumnutlon. extuir i'am ,,n"y .JACK by Napoleon, at th0 8anu placo style und nctlon, his colts show that tprlng 1010 poupds. Ho linlrice. nt barren mares successfully bred With ft,,,!,, bono and rubstnin. Ho Is tn Insure n thing colt M. S. BAUGHMAN, no win bure and One breeder. His colts ill ho Ih a snlendld breeder, K T. TRALOK A'npr beMi handled I.t hpeeJ but can V2 hands mgu ann a Stanford, Ky. season of 1911 at my barn, tho county lairs last fall took Bl,0C"i,J,,jrN,m,,,,o;gaDt ,ny should ho If .mnko Die Hill Hreedlns Fftrni, g n 2 Jt gait e:u,y. by t. oiiBresBiimn gUufordt Ky n p. n. No. 4. cue mllo West of waywusuurg on i mo premium offered J. W. & H. C. BAUGHMAN, not with his splondlil pedigree, rlcu I color inu Creek nt $10 to Insure n living colt Harvey Helm, also tovoral othor pre nnd klml dupiHtcn nuko ITS EQUAL DON'T EXIST. Stanford, Ky. Miles truded parted with or bred miums. I ureal No ono has ever made u salve, ointilm. GIVES AID TO STRIKERS. cihcwliore without my consent forfeits or balm to compare with Duck-leu'- s SILVER Hocial of his colts sold as high as Sometimes liver, kldueys nnd bow son of 1911 WOOD will mnko th0 sea- ment Anrfcu Salve. It's tho only per!th,. and the money becomes nt tho barn of F. F. $125 ouch nt weaning tlmo. Diarrhoea should be cured ; without 'duo lnsnnce. elb seem to go on a strlko nnd refJie 1 nt inch trransncttlon. Car0 taken, miles from Hubble on fect healer ol Cuts, corus, burns, snrj ...v.. ot time nn ov a He Is well bred, Call und see him to work right. Then you ueed thouo rhe' at fko Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and to pretent nccinonts uui not reBpon and see his pedigree In full. pleasant liltlo strlko breakers Dr. the Danvlllo uud Lancabtor plko up scalds bolls, ulcers, eczema, salt chain any occur. cures Bible Bhould uui. lor sore eyes cold soros, King's Now Life I'llls to glvo them ten doilurs to Inuuro a living colt B. B. KING, Diarrhoea Rwiiedy not onlyleasa. it tn rosiaence, waynesuurrg IMione por hnnds or sprains IU supreme. Un- pomrtlj but produceB no ..up uud U Farmers ICxchange. aid nnd gently compel proper action, and all right. L. 8LOAN, Moreland, Ky., W. rivaled for piles. Try It. Only 25c It never falls health soon follows. Try Excellent alter effin. safe to take Sold by C. G. CALDWELL 4 SON, at Penny's Drug Store Hubble, Ky and 25 cents nt Penny's Drug Store. plesant them K. V. D. No. , Waynesbure. Ky. IX. U. I'anny. lllaek hortio d All Peavine, 4G92. ! Si Di, Jr. l.'i 1 Beau Naboth 45006 Ry NABOTH 10116, Garrard Chief. :! 1 835 HHfkliiiM cs John 3 llve-galte- d George Hur well-know- J. H. MURPHY, 27-4- Hapsburg 509 KING EAGLE, Jr., o 2 1 2 R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Turner Kentucky. Jr 3--4, 3-- i, 3-- ""'"" 2 ,,,, ,, '. tt "-- 11 mw Fitz-Patric- 2 't rv,A-Hi t - -- t charm and beauty held close to hf 'Alias Jimmy Valentine uncle's fldti. ki Mrs. Webstci "Mr. Hapdler," "wo, conn? today with n famous tin (Jovirnoi Lieutenant manttarlan, Tay," she pniiKHiiiMil.' Inclining to ward Hint olllclnl "fJovcrnnr." said be warden, low-Inc- . Tho lieutenant gmcrnor ybootc Handler's linnil nnd presented hi niece. Tho party seated themselves, facing the warden "Wo hnro rome here today." snld Mr?, Mooro. "tn tigaln ask Hint mm bo not forced to mnhc confesloi whllo Imprisoned hero that tnny bi tixotl against them when they leave hero, V0 clou, till. voyago Into tbta famous tomb nf living dead men. Aa the wnrden finished she exclaim-l- , "I once bad an experience with a "Did bo tnkn your Jewels?-- ' nsked Moore sympathetically. "No. I xva In the parlor car In daylight. I was tho only persen In tho car. and this mail walked up and in". I reached for the btll for the orter, lie struck my wftet. Then bo nit mi the arm of my chair, ltc wanted to talk to me, bo anld. I scarcely knew what to do when n younger man. evidently n gentleman. '" '"J" "''' 8,,lokl" llll'lll null, (iihiiik iiiu iuhii uj mu niu. led him nwny." "Mow do jon know the man was a burglar?" nsked tho lleilteunnt governor. "Listen. I had no more than got my bre.nli when the man enmo back Ho burglar, and" doesn't cut any flguro In crime the way yon mean. It's somo of tbeso young fellow that will tnko a chance nt anything. You see, thcy'ro ambl-tlou- . They're anxious to rise In their; business." Tho warden paused and glanced from the girl to tbo observing lieutenant governor, then to tho two members of' the Onto of Hope. He commented on j the fact that hi visitors bad disagreed with blm on various points nnd Informed them that he bad determined to offer them a few object lesson, lesson with living model. "I'll show j on," he Bald, "that these crooks we've got hero will ply their trado at all I Intra, whether they prollt or not; that. In short, criminality I a mania with thorn nnd that there's no use In trying to better thcni." HI first exhibit, brought In by tho secretary, was tlio celebrated forger "DHnkey" Davis. At the warden's request Lieutenant Gov ernor I'ny drew n check for ?5 and handed It to Itllnkoy. To obllgo the warden Illlnkey, aided by n knife and pen and Ink, In llvo minutes hail "raised" It to tho amount of ?W),000. The lieutenant go ernor pronounred It perfect. "I know where I could pass l. too," laughed Itllnkey as bo was led Astounds Rheumatics a 'nrx ,j Mr. Unlquo Remedy, Brlngi 9fc cere Expression of Amazement From Chronic Sufferers. A ennrnntced, nnlquo remedy for llko litntn rrrlieen kanni to rheumatic In nil the liltorrjf tin nllllctlon. Its fiction pmvr-- f It In -3 n ntnrtllna novelty In mcdJsAl xeli nee. Home tlnio nftor tnklng nceullnr slmml nro frit by tho pntlvot which Inillmtn tho progress of the pj-lnelil I Iml lint l ph. Thi e "slgnnl? Dlaincd fully In every carton of JM-K- , understand that through the prcuro that enn be brought to bear on tho Inmates In those Institution they can be made willing to confess to crime they never committed." "What do ou mean?" queried Hanr J " j dler "Oh, wo uiidcrstandthni by depriving prlsora-of their proper allowance of food and of small privilege they nro allowed, and by bullying conduit on the mrt of the imm In charge led to of them the liitiwtpn can I tt.ie f.ileor confpliini Involving i Thl Informn-l.jiother thrr .che ! nyod acalfixt the men nftor tliry nre rc!eaod a well as against I i nre nt largt- - whom the po-iio to Incriminate." in i ever forced lo oflwfi 1!I lure. madam," prtttoated It . li J t Rf-fcTf- cJ From the Great K" jBft I I I Kl.. w it r I . . 1 i'e .f i nv. Mrs: Ueon." Intrr- lieutenant governor., rising. tl.luk . .i ;... I m uii.it yon ar saylwt." He ad I narden. "It aeema. how i- Ibsfln jor elyoii lndi A vSSjKF&i FfeJ VALENTINE, .1 American Preii Allocution jJ&E&h'lt AND ROSE prison for tliem?'' "lly a 'stool" you mean" umx "A stool pigeon, a decoy. They win ana ni tony manners ami nis pleasing voice. Vet he has trailed the confidence of prkoncra and tell along with tbo toughest gang In tho what they learn to tbo detectives." SYNOPSIS. Mrs. Mooro here went on to state Doylo paused, then snld. Wardtn Handly of Ulns Hlna prlon lmIncs." Doyle endeavor lu In Sing Sing and In all prlon and Dtectlv Ooro prtionrr. "And yet ho says ho I Innocent, t sup- - that on lllll Avery, a prevail wcro conllneil many Innocent men aud march out Information acatmt a for- JW80." ,H that In any event released men should "Ves." put In Handler, leaning commer "pal." a roun convict known as Jimmy Valentin". Avery refue. oi fortably In hi chair. ".Said to last be encouraged to live honestly, should desk, and with bis repulsive, DoyU and Handler Ibiealon to aiic be clven n chance. They ought not to hlm. Valentin bad a trick or oponmr tlmu I tajked with blm. This prison L pursued and hounded Into llng "hk wa fALi, and had blond nAin." seamy face contorted Into what ho killing blm. lie doesn't llko It. Ho bo threw bin arm about my shoulders considered was n smile he Inclined his can't ftnnd It. Ill nenrea tlll stick spies by detectives anxious to make mid again re- a record for securing conviction iit on the chair ono. When head to one side. From bis throat IINUUL) LA&I lUtaUAV out through bis akin If they Jump CUN I reuched for tho bell ho ntruck my enmo Inarticulate pqucals of glee exgardtess of the truth of the testimony. Ono reason tho woman advanced for arm. I sorenmed. Tbo gentleman actly tbe squeals of n rat. of your worthlMi Ufa. Tou'd better much more." ono fellow "He's tbo I think tills Only the watchfulness of Smith como to aoo me one a month for fear her stand wa that a man who bo- - 'who hud taken blm away lieforo ran cure. Uo'b a wonder." enmo n noy or decoy muSt associate into tlie car. and thev foucbt. I was snved tho "Rnt" from tho violent, I crab you by mistake on suspicion." life would "At safe, you mean,'' wo continually with ipcn and women- ofj grilled with flight. Tlie gentleman) 'despairing onskuigbt of the German, To 'with. youP narlcd Avery, sarcastic rejoinder. . turning nwny and facing tb warden. iuui tvuuenuK i was mueii tno smniier, ami it socmen who Ecreanicd: "I'll kill hlml' He ruin iiieiiuuiiiiuie xynplen ufVttllft I.ltllld(thu to secure or mucJi. less )l0 wonM hrul lle RI1Icd iWllcn Bud me! 1'nd tn't a hairpin, mem. Gott!" statr allominco tlvo ri'sllro ns they Tvo a;ot rfebcmeil' lt,ilmpolliJ an)? rcmnin In heneat employment, t for re((fiied, prlsoorrs cotuju' Jo in, to bring about the sat ilenly by winio trick ho sent tbo mant t "You're not tbe first man to bo ruinfurther and com"Bosh!" exclaimed Handler as she .Vrnslitug through the I'lillmnn window.; ed by a hairpin," laughed tbo warden. ,. , plete ruin Jimmy Valentino that ceased. "Thee folk wo get dou't , "Don't tell jour wife." "Yc," nmwcreil IJnndler, "aad you there's n of divinity t.hat hhnpe our nant to lljo strnlglir;, won't llvo I read in the paper tho next day that, Smith sent the Inventor fo flic rail- tnko It audgct .out of bcre, you ends, rough liew them how wo wjl'l,' a famous burglar was found with bis straight, can'f llvo straight when they road station In charge of a guard and crookl Here, sign tJils" (lio showed and thl Inllueui-I not denied to get on.tjw putalde. il'lor, tly'ro nil skull fractured near the tracks." consigned the grinning Illlnkey to the blm n paper), "If you can write. If thiwo bo languiKb A strange light came into Handler's' forlorn and hope-lebeen lazy; second. mot of them aro In you can't, why, make your mark." Tbo eye. Was It iMsslblo, ho thought, cell that liad long oOlco his home. On In prison cell returning to tho sane. the secretary lianded over u bill. warden i that so atrango u coincidence said: "l'vo brought Valentine along "What would you call a man," con Tbo departing man scanned the 1h Ultlo did they know that It might "Did that occur in this state?" be too. I thought Jimmy Valentine. No. ism), yiha tlnucd tho warden, "who doe some jou might want him tu greenback deprccntlncly. asked quickly. wu them open tbe safe." "l'lve dollnrn," bo cried, "and thl man to teach umpiuiH-hiibl- that the mhi of u "Yes," between IlufTnlo and ltochC3-- ; I uu spark that A disturbed expression camo Into cult of clothes that a country con- not even years ter two years ago In June." of opprv-tslo- n nud the prison master's face. He glanced stable could see thu Sing Sing tag on The wnrdon compressed his lips quickly nt degradation can lastingly dim when and his niece, then In tho night! Pretty good for eight llnnly talked In an undertone with his aid. ymrs and ten months' work, eh? And the pirlt wills that they rball not. "Was the dead burglar's namo CotAnd Just now there came n knocking Ho was Interrupted by Mrs. Webster. ion mra nra inr frlenila! Pir HimI ton?' he Interrogated earnestly. "The two you have shown us do not sake, let mo get out of hero, where nt ,h(J wrilen's door that portended papere said. entirely prove your argument, Mr. "Yes; that's what tho thero uro men who don't llvo on tbo ra'ic" for Did you know blm?" The warden's "They Warden." she said donbtlngly. went to tho Fmlstak(a of wine-- ono else." Ho "Had him hero for Ave yeare once. nre the very lowest types In tbo prisdoor opening from the ofilce Into u wheeled toward tho door and disap' Odd, but we heard ho was killed try- - on. You argue u general premise from waiting room whore were repeared. Ing to get on n mining train. And, by two Individual cases. We do not He Tbero's ono more we'xo got to keep ceived. inemlK-r- returned to announce. "Some , the way, his particular pal Is now lu of the Gate of Hope maintain that such apparent criminals of," commented Doyle. track this prNon doing ten safe- breaking. as wo have seen should bo liberated; "He'll bo nt work In a week," said society, and they have the lieutenant governor and hi niece with thetn." His name is Valentino Tho story you but" -- she turned to Fay "thero nre Ilnndler laconically. a brand new on on us." "The lieutenant governor?" ejacu tell gentlemen here, governor, men of "Yes, and I'll nail hlm and giro him latur Handler "i'uy " "And you never saw again tbo gen- quite n dltTorcut typo than these, back to you." "Yea." tleman who rvHcueil jou?" queried whom ono never sees." "I don't want hlm," tho wnrdon put ' Mrs. Moore of Miss I.nuo. "Warden," said the lieutenant "What's tin? Gnte of Hope?" asked In hnstllr "I Jimt might mako it Doyle "I fear the ladles have more "Never " Into the young girl's face AnMikLK9"A eang of women tryin' to release &" tTtHF) m f ?ar-- 1 came uu expression of mingled sweet-pes- s Interest lu the more romantic types of ? from Hion convicts tl.ey bcl'ive nre and regret. Tho woman's ques criminals poets, for Instnnce." Mrs. Mooro rose indignantly. "I Miinocent." aatd the wanlen tion semeu to revive la her tho mem-brleThe detective Ntnllisl of n voice and face nnd n man- sjiall make note of thnt frivolous At Handler's order Smith summoned ner and a personality which somehow-she- speech In my report." she snapped. Handler thought of Valeutlne, who tho cullers. Dojlo making hts exit had never been quite able to for"Tbe Heutouant governor,," pondered get. f was lielug detained outside. Ho would Handler " tromlcr If thtrc'i any 1 i,' "We sat oixl tnlked' ifilfc" t thoe roafrueff (or site finally weut on. 'JHe told , ,,r. .iliv v j Ml, " ..u lit I I ll.jic, . J'VIM.-J-"liy' "M Mrs. Slooro aud Mrs, Webster of the--f could not lot me .know whomoho iis fiovlety, middle aged wpiuen of pleas again, and that he could never see Ing Hppearam-e- , cutue lu, followed bv though I wanted blm to meyt my famiL Itiwe Itnti. ,l,lio gqvernor's yrirtWMii ly to receive thclraihuuks 'for whnt he N i ""3 p-ii- k lleeu. nod that ofttclal Mumtilf. Miss Ho was very nervous, but had I uue. a young girl of unmlstaknblo li lii'l amazing strength for one of his nilil, aa bis bundling of that ruf m MAKES WORK SASIER linn showed. When be shook bauds I noticed that UU hands were with lue Stanford People are Phased to Learn very whllo nnd smooth and sensitive" Hew It is Dsn. The warden was now lenttlng over ' his desk, Intent on the girl's words. "I noticed that he bud tho habit of It's pretty bard to attend to duties ' frequently pressing ono band nervous- With a constantly aching' bark; ly Into the other, and" a ..IJStfHftBKJSftHiHBBBftBftBftBl With annoying ur'nary dlsordors. V. "no was tall, and ho hud blond hair," r Ponn'o Kidney Pills have made work interjected the warden. etsler. The girl guzed at Handler in open Ho thousands hnve gratefully testiuna- - wniisTiiii and ui.s. Jioour. op tub mouthed astonishment. OATK Of IIOl'E 80Cll.Tr fied. Thcy'ro for bad backs. The)'ro for wosk kidneys. tough for blm If ha was sent back. I CHAPTER III, Stanford people Bladly recommend thought bu had couio to bis senses and Doan'H HANpnER, would belli you against Valentine, but Mi S. J. Hubble, I.nncnsier, St., Im bad given bis u plain fool," bo's Just Stanford, Ky., says: 1 know thnt UTOTKNANT oovr.iiNou PAT WAS AN- an Indication that he NOI1MUUI). "And all alike all blaming u for tan s ICIdnoy Tills helped mo aid I ho bad recognized f therefore, have not tho least hesita- thing tho taw forbids, does It when Rose Lanc'H their fall." Tho detective sealed deliverer, answered the s as be spoke. "He cnu't work now; tion In recommending tliem. My LINKKV DAVIS 1IAISKU TUB CHECK TO were disordered for aomo time ever the opKrtuulty offers without a questions of the girl and tho lieutenbo's too old Tho game a be knew It tw.ooo. and although, my condition wa not chance of guluV What do ou call u ant governor by statlug: "Tho man is was tho j egg gu me." terlous, I was nevertheless annoyed a man who does n llilug for the love of as bad us tho burglar bo threw out of give his visitors tbelr wish, as Fay Handler also bud resumed his seat, groat deal. My back ached almost It?' khe car window reti worse. lie's In seemed greatly Interested, Ho would and bo leaned over his desk uud said mnstantly nnd sometimes became so "An artist." niuwered Mrs, Web--ste-r. this prison at this moment, I firmly show them bis prlte exhibit. In spite algnlflcantly; "So you're afraid Valen- lame that It required n great effort better, according to tbo description of a belief that was taking a strong tino will get a new trial, eh? Tbero's for mo to stoop There were also oth "ArtIM! 'Then I've got a lot of hold oii bU brain he would take a some class to Valentino. Iavo a er symptoms of kidnoy complnlnt that them," laughed Handler sarcastically. we've Just heard." "Oh, lmiios8lblcl" exclaimed Miss chnii e on displaying tbe uulque nblll- smoke." Tho prison muster held out caused mo 1st ices, since using uoan a "Well, to mo they tiro Insane." 1MIL Lane, ber fare coloring. "Ho was a ... u. ... .., mi ........-. .. .. . a box of perfectos, fYotii which Doyla Klflnnv ... ., nrnrnrn1 ... hncnr At' "'' "lp gentleman, u thorough gentleman, and " Interesting. nuvcuture was Tanner's Drug Store, all these troubles a weed gratefully extracted Klnally CONTINUED NEXT WEEK disappeared nnd inr hnith has treuiely too young to bo u hardened criminal." "Thanks," mumbled tbo detvctlvo, lug In gaining her uncle's consent to Her fnco became shadowed with conKor sale bv n'l defltert "This Valentino Is the only high class '' ' o M)c. her ncct uiutiiylug blm on u visit to SAFF VEDICINE FOR CHILDREN. Mllbiiru Co., llHftro New tbo great nrUoti. she was now seeing cert. warden was vastly ujuuned at crook 1 ever knew that I couldn't Knsto The I nlfen .lottey and Tar Compound is a little section of tho darker side ot reach nnd nut away for keeps. Tbero's York, solo agents for this remark, which thf young girl ren. . ?.. mid effective medlcluo for chll Bomethlng of n mystery about htm. States tlfe which uppcalcd strongly to ber dered with tho duality U, of unquestioned in- -i i it duos not contain opiates or, "'o-"-a- nd Imaginative nature Her cheeks ilush-i- d authr-rstllo'd get away with tho Ralllea gain . I ii i dun.'He genuine r'oley with tbo excitement of tbo occu lu high society In n walk. Tho swell i mid 'Isr Compound Is lu a, yel ' "Ago young!" bo laughed. r "Too damiM would ca daffv over tils good I' v (N'a'o Shugara tnd Tnuner I that n certain man hero mme offeim? to n a ' did eotnmentnl Handler "l a "Am I ro!onilble for the detective who hne men working Inside the 'i 've c-ifc- i -- Hi.' i .'li n e i.e well moaning 'AiyV 1? WARDEN HANDLER LANE. rrtK away. "I had hlm on tbe books once, and he couldn't retlst raising tho prison (hetks," chuckled Handler. "I could brltitt In fellows like that all day." Ih picked up an object from his desk 'Do you e thl lock? A Oerman M U punran'---d.FnrllM rmoie. Inventor Halting outside has spent eontnliH no opiates or ilangcroui wiiuier. nnd Is viry a ' irteoti years in perfecting that. He it stomach. thu I'tlins It cannot lie otiened without L M by hu wenkest Its Hinailntr WMn K proven the Key. Tho prison board ha accept- on c.i-chronlo for over ft score ofyMre vnHssaiK II. f,r.inj-r- r nf tVnnaw( N. Y, vniaWSBsaH ed It for us here If the claims made "Sluro I tn ntno yor old I uiri-r-.iysi i for it arc true. We have a matt hero frifiu rliriiiiiattin. I roald not grt nwt diafilsWH on ore side, n sneak thief. of my chair or stand up, No wonU can piraljTed l my puln. I tirnnl of 'D..M.I', I Imvo sent him. He may not open It, but be will try, for hu cannot re- lirgan taking It, nmln lu tlirraitny I lircail to wnlk nbont, anil ftv ilajn later n&4 sist the criminal ninnbi that controls wnrktiig on my farm in tho wont urt o blm. Smith," to bis secretary, "get wratlirr nltlinut n touch of rlieuinatlsm, I n wonder." I.SI-tho Dutchman; also tbo gentleman today, Get nt least ono lttlo ot known as 'Dick tho Hat.'" tnko It according to directions, rend tho of "Dick tbo guarantee, nnd then you will undcrst&nit When tho decrep'form I revolutionizing the treat Unl" was brought In, together with why t nf rboumntlsm in ovcry form, tbo patient Inventor Itllckcndolfen-bach- , wliotlicr sIlKht, serious or chronic. ' your druRgiat1 nt tl.m he was given the lock, three Got Ten seconds bottle. If you nro satisfied with It, n jon minutes nn'd n hairpin. bottles for S&OO, nnd net rid will lie, get before his allotted time expired he ot your nnllctlon. If your drug-pis-t can opened,' on tho ward-cn'- o not supply you, it will bo sent on receipt threw tho lock, w-lim-li-ni1 lr tp-rl- F' nn-n- ot prlco by tho Mcdlclno Co., i7W Lincoln Ave Chicago, 111. Tbo drst bottlo will convlnco every sufferer. Recommended and Sold By SHUGARS &. TANNER. Stanford, Ky. Han-dlcr- n 1 fl ni i t--iw wMMi - tlio'-rvcul- la'tir e w i N'- - If you want a bathroom that will last you a lifetime, let us Install one for ou NOW. We carry the best llne of tin, guttering, spouting, Myer's pumps, roofing, paints, charcoal filters and a guaranteed line of sanltary bathroom fixtures. gra-phlt- e, W. K. WARNER, Stanford, Ky. s ONE CONDUCTOR HELPED TO WORK. Mr. Wllford Adams BACK 1 Is his nnmo gov-enio- c, s and ho writes: "I was confined to my bed with chronic rheumatism ant? usou both bottles of Foley's Kidnoy Remedy with good effect. Tho tlilrd bottlc put me on my feet and I returned work us conductor on the Kjt, Street Railway It will do all jou claim in 'cases of rheumatism. ' It clears the blood of uric acid. Lex-ingto- for.ew mm-utes.'- tw, is$ ' Mm ML A PFi i fSi I know what is good for young and old DCO-plc, writes Mrs. Clara ' KSaaQaf J riui Dykstra, a trained nurse South Bellinsliam, Wash., "and will say that I consider Cardui the best, medicine for girls and women. It makes them feel like new persons, relieves their pain and regulates womanly troubles. "Both my daughter and I received great benefit." of E51 WA'IIDKN Take him-aol- kid-rev- The Woman's Tonic As a medicine for fetrouble, no medicine you can get lias the old established reputation, that Cardui has. Fifty (50) years of success prove that it has stood the greatest of all tests the test of TIME. As a tonic for weak women, Cardui is the best, because it is a woman's tonic. Pure, ccntle. safe, re liable. Try CarduL male .'. I " ex-Im- succeed-lim'oved- ." i nK"b"rr - ' ' j! if - use ARNOLD BUQQIE1 USE A RNOLOBUQQIE8 -r rr BTTST USE ARNOLD BUGGIES ? ft ft' BHBMfcnjtiiurMw iTHar U8E ARNOLD BUGGIES .vWttMfcMMktfBl , UsWANOUsOTCmff USE ARNOLD tUGOTlS jWEARNOLDBUGflftVjt We Want Your Carriage Painting And pairing., We make the old rig look like new and guarantee the . price too look right. And don't forget we put on the very best rubber tires, and our prices are right too. See us before you buy a vehicle. We can save you money. USE ARNOLD flUGGIES ARNOLD "USE J". i Re- 3 BUGGIES USE ARNOLD DUGQIES HWM maimmiungmm awBiuiini L. R. HUGHES, anrw'.w. USE ARNOLD Bl CUIL3 ik "Ma I USE ARNOLD QUGGIES USE ARNOLD BUGGIES USE ARNOLD BUQQIES I very family and .Vllfl CMaf.lfl Im .tin,,, ,,,,....... ..-.- .., wwm-vu-i- " THE FARMERS T. W. HUMBLEN W. O. MARTIN. ft a 1 HftflnffflTnfl DlUVJikll Just received the latest in J One rvjntifl Chltm boar Finn liKllvIdnnl 1 s yenrs of n;e Fred VoaAUman. 2 J itx For Sale 180 bales mixed hy Mrs) P. 1. linrnett, IliistuntlnV, Ky. 23 4 ' I'OSTKD. Father l.eo. V. 11. KIiir , Snrali li Martin, J. T Miirtui, j Freil HaniUirf, tiood far.ju for privato sale. Terms, easy. Seo Mrs. Holicccn 11. Carpenter For Sale Neckwear, Belts, Belt-buckles,Barret- es, UiislonvHle.p -- - 21-- ! Bau- - j deaux, Bags, Veils, I jawuLb, eu,. IKucmng, your HUGHES J Se0 Uio new collar pad tit J. C Mc Clary's ImrnesH shop. For Sale. Seed corn. Oold Standard ellov Improved Iloono county corn, M.- -j pcrluwncl, John Cook. Farmers tfio or Ililuols broom corn territory hav signed an nggrecment not to ralFo broom corn. for flo years unless inc.. donlors will guarantee more than JI20 a ton In ndvanco ol planting. Cress and Jone.-- bought somc 200 hos'.f of J. It. Thompson at 6c rdsi) pound hogs of 11. C. Ilrowu ut 6 cent. (Jriincs Iloazley bought Go barrels corn of John 11. Anderson nt t eftt& JKmmmms f may J at all limes with n bottjo JV.1 v 'ininirtTiiiin a i.iuiiiicni. j Hero is no telling wlien It may ho wanteil In eo', ot an .ircldrnt or emenrenry t Is mot excellent In nil of heumnpuc 'mittJdR 'tuin iwin-- q 'l l'l"S 1'mnj m Drug Store. pi Midori - especially .....,.. Biioiimhoso . ura lulling l , 1 Tho Man With a BANK - - ACCOUNT And Chuck Book in his pocket is considered LUCKY. This Kind of Luck is vl Please Read These Two, Letters. Tlio followiiiK letter from Mrs. Orvillo I took Mill iroc how uinLe j it Is for women to submit to tho dnngera of a surgical oixsratioa w hcu it j WITHIN YOUR REACH, Many of our best customers started with a mall deposit. So can you. MARTIN & CO., KENTUCKV Dry Goods. Notions. Show STANFORD. It. O. Pettus bought 40 barrels corn of Levi Holt at J2.TS. Mrs. M. F. Lawrence has nearly 'M0 young chickens. J. D. Kails and Sou xiao bougtit about 20,000 pounds or wool In this section lately for tho Sprlngllcld Wool' en Mills at from 14 to 20 cents accord' lng to grade. GO TO W. H. HIGGINS MRS. MARY ANDERSON. ( For Tour lu loving lumcUibcMticu ul Mary s. Anderson who departed this life April 6th. 1911. I Disc Harrows, Smoothing Harrows, Corn Planters Cultivators, Riding Walking Cultivators And you will find the best line on the market Dearest motlier you have left us Two lone weeks slnco you lmo gone, Hut we know yoti'rt saro In heaven, Mmpllr.i; with tho luppy throng. Uli, mother heart, so brae and true A mighty power la gheu y'ou; To give to Uod the child 'lie gave,' Children go jour onward way Striving the Master tu obey, Trusting that some day jou'll know for our mother's presence, , Weeping Vhy it la Il0 griocs you so. And work nuother's life to sae. longing for her bllenced olce. Her loss Is great, Indeed, to benr, Cod In lovo will nialto h choice. brothers, slstcrb, cease tliy weeping Trust, oh trust and griuve no more. A little vtiileuml you wilt join Her on that bright and shining shore. It is liard to part with mother. Oh, so sad to see her die. Hut a gentle voice has called her, And sho went to home on high. Call not back the dear departed, l'ut W. H. Higgins. Looking For An Spring Suit ? Carried In Stock By Up-To-Da- te Ihj avoided by taking Itfdiu K. linklmmV Vogotahlo Coiniwiuid. Sho wiis four works In tho hosiltnl ami cnnio homo Mifforlnt? worse than before. Tlicn after all that Htilfcring l'dJa E. 1'ink-- J ham's Vcgutnblo Coinpoutid rostoreil her health. IIE11E IS UEU OWX STATIDIHXT. PawPnw, Mlcli. "Two years ntro very woverely with n uNplnt'cment- -I Inffcrcl could not he on my foot tor n long- - time. Sly phynlclnn treated mo for nevernl mouths without much relief, aud at Inst sent mo to Ann Arbor for an olecranon. I wit there four weckfl and camo homo worso than A jf Buffcrlnjr to try Lyilla before. My mother K. JMnkhniitVi VrRctablo mo Compound, and I did. Tday I am well and fitrontr uiid do nil my own lioiihework. I one my health to Lydia I'., l'lnkham'jt Veuetable Compound and advise cwry woman ho Is nflllcted with any female complaint to try It." Sirs. Orvillo Kock, IU It. No. O, Paw Paw, Mich. "Thcro never was a worso case." Rockport. I nil. "There never was a worso caso of Tvorian'n ills than ndne, and I cannot bee In to tell you what I miff, red. For over two years I was not able to do anything. I was 1.. bed for a mouth and the doctor said nothlnir but an operation would euro me. My father Huce.sted I.ydla K. IMnkham's Veffctnblo Compound; so to please him I took lt.'and I Improved wonderfully, h I am aide to travel, ride horxOxtck, tako long rides and nm-efeci any 111 effects from It. 'I can only auk other suff rlnir women to Rive Lydia K. PiiikhnniN Vezretable Compound n trial lfoforo Hubtnlttlmr to an operntlo: ." ATr'. Marsarei Mcr' .l(li, lw I 1. d. .', iCoel.pori, lull. ..y,- 1 t nnr Wo will pay a ham'' ,o v o Mill prrw to us that tht'Mj letters n'i gunutuo and truthful or th.t either of tlieso women were paid n any way lor their testimoii 'k, i " .'ia tho letters iuo published wiiout their ixsnnisaion, or that tho original letter from e:icii did not vnno to us entirely unsolicited. For 30 years Lydia R. Plnkhnm's Vepclnblo Compound has been the Maniliird remedy for feuialo ills. Xo pick womun does Justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine Sfndo excluslvelv from roots and herbs nnd lias thousands of curt to ita credit. DIrti.Pinkhitm invites all sick women to wrifi her for advice. She has ClUdcst tlioiiHands to Ji"iHli free of charge. ttVirTir n.ililriv HLrn i'tniciioiu. ijynn. mans. 1 It t Lincoln ' Bank County National Capital And Surplus it x. ad-vbt- cd 200,000 Stanford, Ky. r n-i- t rron Wtot Produce We POULTRY, AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED wuuu. SALT, ... EC08. ICE, COAL, HIDES, FURS, LIME, QIN8ENG, ETC. W ' Anchored safe, her storms are o'er. On the borderland we left her. Soon to meet and part no more. And we long to cross that river; The M System Clothes k StylishFitting Garments U SANDERS, will fill the bill. Latest Patterns, Well Tailored. V. Ttwr. Long to rest upon that shore. f se and know and love them With our Savior ever more, ttoodbye, dear mother,' good bye ! Your sufferings'- - atfd borrow ariJ'o'er And we all hope to meet you On th0 beautiful heavenly shore. Daughter MAlPlf E. UAJlTELa. American Field Fence THE STONGEST AND THE BEST a ice, homo m niwUrn for your fkaiily MIL PARMER: market quthticro residence, and place yourself in a nositfon to get tfio at any time. Tuia can bo accorapiuntxl uy means oi our leiepypjie nervioe which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with tbo 'irtnefiui received. Call or address our nearest otBco or write direct to leadquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for hifonnatiou regarding our speciul "Farmers' Lino" rate. If you aro not at presont onjoyiug telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our linos cover the btatee of Kentuoky, muuiuu ui niuuuia nun iuo ouuiiit-n- i lennefiflce. llfll8oini)i. ' AjOuiMaua. r... . nuunnktrtMI1I1 fmt ItAi. A TKL. CO. rJAtiT rKMNiy-ssBJ- '. Illinois. (ixnouroitAThin FEATHERS H.B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. & PHONE 153 WE MAKE LOANS On approyed security whenever conditions warrant TMriiriMaQano WILLIAMS COVER SUIT FINALLY Jusrjreceived a complete new line for Spring, of above RIGHT PRICES make. We Invite yeur inspection. L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard, Ky 1 SETTLED IN COURT Afcr two trials previously, in both of which tho Juries were unable to nijreo, the suit of .Mrs. It. Williams ngulnst liowen Clover both of the West End, was decided In tho County Court Saturday, Mrs. Williams winning. Bhe had brought suit to forco Mr, (lover to glvo tip possession of a farm which he hud previously l cntcd from ' hor. Mis. Williams claimed that he had not compiled with a contract mad0 whon tho deal was closed, and the Jury ovt" dontly thought her contention woe Just 11 Is reported, however, that Mr. (lover will take nn appeal to the clr' cult court from the Judgment. Stop dizziness, biliousness, head iu'Iip. and stomach ailments by usinr; jMI-ona KENTUCKY. W. E. Perkins, RURAL. Tf5Lr0VTS. u Mko tout lulet CRAB ORCHARD, it Prefer- ence, of course, being given to our regular Wl'flMuMMah. depositors. .? P- -V i J FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD. KENTUCKY 3lJ a The Kind that Burns good, Makes no clinkers, R ... anu very I :ill rwnw. W C'ivc unn 79 l.hc A.L.. ...ww j 1 .- State Bank m i. Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen Ounces to the Pound. j. H. Bang Inn an &Go STANFORD, - stomach tablets, are tho best uyspep8ia treatment Known. , uarge box 50 rents. O. L. Tenny guarantees ' them. - $50,000 SURPLUS EARNED $25,000 CAPITAL -- Trust (o. KENTUCKY. o' rolov'r idWUfi and bladder disorders. Snupars and Tanner. Good results always follow., tho use Kidney Tills. Thoy give prompt relict In all casuj of kidney Try them. Organized in 1882. Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. AVU4iM im, KESTUCST. 'i i t ...., .""tt ,. A. ,yti f- c- r- -, - EZSssfi l'm ,i9 ,;.,