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PAYNTER SHOWS UP over. inis to zr.-rriziwii- x make lruo " lf he race BOY DIES AS A RESULT OF A DOG BITE H 45 LAST WEEK. NEW CENSUS OF CITY TO BE TAKEN fllllE JAMES VMth wo ,,c,tovo ,B nfl FOR SPEAKERSHIP 0. i " his opiKinonL W. H. 8HANK8 A CANDIDATE FOR In promises Paynter LOOKS LIKE DIG CONGRESSMAN Krimtor DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION HAS WILFULLY MISREPREspeeches Jo bo mnde Utrr to further FOR LEGISLATURE SENTED HIS SENA. .show up Mr. Jamod' 4nplloity, AQAIN TORIAL OPPO- NENT. lion. William II. Shanks, for two Bust Of Gov. Shelby tonus Lincoln county'H representative In the low or house of the General As Senator rajrnter lepllcd to CongrrM on hie. TO DE PRESENTED TO NATIONAL sembly In this Issue authorises the man Olllo Jamc' strictures SOCIETY D. A. R. Interior Journal to make tormnl an record In now uncertain tcrmH last G. SPEAKES LOSES HIS SON DOG NOT THOUGHT TO DE MAD- THREE-YEAR-OL- Tho Interior Journal's clrcu- latlon Is growing by leaps and CITY COUNCIL UNWILLING TO bounds and It will soon reach jg CEPT GOVERNMENT FIG- 4,000 mark If they keep on g URE8 ON STAN. the tho elnco way thoy liavo AC g H FORD. uniinceuient of his candidacy for tho week, nml tln big !)y iron iho first (Islington Leader) democratic nomination for to come again. A dutrlct will have trout many people deprccato Uio plane A splendid marblo bust of Governor .Mr. Shanks stands upon his record In chief W:io pant two sessions and will go beilium which James hns pitched hli Isnnc Shelby, Kentucky's llrst nml declare tlillt lllH tlttl- - i executive, and tho hero o: two wars Is fore tho legislature, If elected, as a -- niiituilitn "" llli the dig- - to he prieiitod by the Daughters of enudldatf for tho Speakership, and tndo tg not In harmnii) or Ken- - Lolfoves that he can bo elected, lie Revolution nlty of tlio high otllro to vvhlrh lio the American 9ocloty IUugh- - was 8 contending candidate for thn tuck (o the Nationol aspires. .o organisation Col. W. I. Wnllou of the l.oxltiRtun tors of the American Revolution next exulted poidtlon nt Herald In dlscusulng Henator Payn-tcr'a reply navs and over) ono In tlio Siatd" knows thero I no lalrer man uuvwhern than Kdltor Walton: Tho gentlemanly lesnonso of SenaJ - . B. i ' . Tuesday Apr. is. at the iinniitl con- n! the last session, but withdrew In gress or the Daughters which opens tho Interest of harmony. Mr. Shanks prerers a primary olco In Washington at that time, and tho tlun and It Is thought that tho dotuo- presentation will bo inado by a woman, Mrs. Samuel M. Wil cratlc county committee will bo cull Pnyntor to Mr. Olllo James reck-le- i son, who Is n great granddaughter ot ed to meet noon and Issue a cnll tor a tor legislative primary at the same time charges made in a speech 6t Nlch Governor Shelby. riio bust wilt adoin a nlclio In tho as the state primary on July 1st. Mr. during the past year. It has been but olasvllle makes them fall very flat In Continental Shanks rriends 'do not believe that a short time since he lout his wife public estimation. It It rather un- entrance ol Memorial liall, at th0 National Capital, along ho will hav0 opposition for tho notul nnd soon alterwardb his lather, nnd fortunate that tho iticumntniices would r,io grounds for tho v.llh others. Revolutionary heroes and nation, ns all of tlio Lincoln county t'c has the sympathy or the entire accusations of Mr. J.wnt'H. but h' colonel patriots. So far tho Hall con-- democrats are anxious, to see him win community In his bcrcavemcntM ho Miould not have taken advantage or Uilns memorials of Washington. Do- - the speakership, and believe an ho mint havo done niti Clinton, lloneral John Sturko should be able to go Into the fight them, knowing CENTRAL KENTUCKY the tnie atale of alfatrs. Jorn Adams, John Hancock, Col. Hand with the prestige or the solid support Mr. Jan.es dcclMrcd that Senator Kthaii Allen, Nathan Hale and James pr his county behind him. There are MEDICAL SOCIETY fo far two oilier aspirants for the I'ayiiler failed to vote on a number ol Oglethorpe. Harry HOLDS Representative tiuortant Items In the tariff law and .Mrs. Wllbon is n Irora tho speakership, SESSION INTERESTING that he voted thr-- i times with Sena- I.ialngton Chapter of thu I). A. It., Si hoberth of Versailles, and Iteprcseu HERE LAST WEEK MEETS tor Aldrlch. Tho reason of this fail- which first Inaugurated tho movement nme JohnW. Hollana. or Shelby, NEXT AT MORELAND race nna e ure to vote was not stated by .Mr. to honor Kentucky's flrK umes. though ho mubt havo known lt'nniI wh,cU was llMej. up by ll;o promises to bo a aicrry one. The Central Kentucky Medical So At tho was on account of Illness iHlate organization. It U In behalf clety, composed of the counties of, tlwo thoso votes wero mKe" of ,)f lno Sutc n. A. H.. that the precen- Mercer, fioyle, Uarrard nnd Lincoln ! Police On Excursions bor. which h spoko Senator Pantcr Ig t0 b,. mado. held its quarterly meeting hero last i'0.000 votes.'" Tho highest court says that to sushospital at Washington, an.l, T)i in Uo AMhy o! amen Thursday, April UOth, by special lnvl tain a prosecution or this kind Is It wus for ncvcral weeks, according to vmbodled In tbo bust figure wnb made L. & N. ADOPTS PLAN WHICH tatlon In the reception room of the Remember E. C. Gaines tho Insur WILL BE POPULAR. not essential to sustai a conviction his physlilan near unto death. His! from the Jouett portrait of Shelby i Lincoln county National Hank. Dr. ance Man of Lancaster and ho will by direct ovlenco ot tho possession wre thoe In now In the possession of one ir his with Aldrlch oles Rice Cowan, President, called tho so keep you protected! '1 he ilrst excursion or tho season and purpose to sell tho liquor, but wlildi rnofct roBiinti Jo'.nul UtcaUMi' lineal descendants ,.Mr. W. It. Shelby, ciety to order. llo H. W. Carpenter urn', run to Louisville by the U U the measure that a conviction may bt, upon circum,, .iivin of l.raml Jtanlds. Michigan who loan.;"-"- ' i, hinin ,. . Fine Barn Burns . Sunilax mornlnsr and .17 bmiclil fink.! weri in n. lltl with i'i!inocr.tle pnn- stantial uvidi.uce. Further, the 'ourt "'sembiage. Ur. J. Tom Price read the ia tno pioturo lor ilia purpose, ino Wplei. II Mi- James knew the facts, sayr that possession of a government ,lclc l0 wnd lU) y , tho ,, " I'.lnutes or the last .neetmg, which "' I mum, it. wh JAKE ROBINSON SUFFERS HEAVY llcenso to sell liquor is 'competent eviJily. Chief of Police It. I). Carter, us ho must luivo Kno reproduction ot the original ggold were appioved. LOSS, BY FIRE. nn unfair advantage to tal e of an oj- - modal presented by Congress to (!ov nnd Jailer Dink K.umer went down dence for iho Commonwealth and Dr. W. F. Hlckle, of th:a county, os. rannot hurt Such pouont tnrtleu prima facie ovfdenco of guilt ana a i.n tho excursion at the request of the enwir Shelby on April 4, ISIS, for bis s.jed tor the Jay, then icad n alu- - a large stock barn belonging 10 Senator Payntor hair ns inueli a they hwolnin at the batllo ot the Tinmen I. & N. and kopt order both goTug abltj paper on copy of the llcenso, certltled to by the aetiology, propby- - J. C. Robinson, and located upon his truth la will Mr. Janien whMith nud eomliit. Thoso who patronize the Collector or Intel nal Revenue, 13 lists and troatment or tetanus v.hlch ttirui on the Danvillo pike, was Friday Tilr, whore hl bravery saved the l.tiown. Senator Pantor charge that I. - N excursions will apurecl- competent evidence. Ctiy and where Tecumsah, tho renown the 'was highly npproclated, and dlscuBd morning burned 10 the ground, 'the uio this innovation on its trains In1 the Cont;roMmnn knowingly nnd od Indian warrior, wits slain Mild his generally by tbo mumbors. loss will appioxlmato Jl'.OUU, with $1.- faUlfled In order to mlvanethe luture. The Cincinnati Southern " Mild. follow ors as wall as thn British com- Dr. P. O. Pllngst. tho oculist, t'00 Insurance. Tho building contain o lils own onuso. always has a oouple of Its private "Dou't you think my new suit is a Till rcold medal was Louisvlllo read nn lulerostltig iaper cd about 150 barrels of corn, 100 perfect lit?" "A tit: Why, Wtelv muted. it's a peron Ita tralnn to presorvo ordor The jKilr with Senator tSuBRenliolm or shocks of fodder, HO tons ot hay, fect couvuNlon!" Toledo Wade. Dr. Zlmmcri4xn, triiidillectom)r aiuoiiK tne valuable stale poxmmsioiiii llo nml -Is satisfactorily explained und protect ita passengers and tlioro t KntnLfort. but wm lost MWHtimo Louisville discoursed with, much Ue- - much machinery and farmiug imple .Senator Pa) liter entered Congress to , has hitherto been n groat dltfoieu'o be DROUGHTENTOWN. A rpltoti In coppor wtilcli be- ;lMlit to tho menibys on tetanus and ments, nil or which wero reduced to iiiev ami. (itither ind had seats adjoining, tho two excursions on tho two roads longs to tho Lexington t linpter, 1). A. ,sorum treatment. Dr. J. 15. Carpenter ashes with tho building. The causo weie ojiimsed on nearly every qikw- icr ,i,g ,ery roason. A number ol peoplo trom Sopus reported six cn.sot. of tetanus cured of tho conflagration Is unknown. - ' BOW ln "'0 Lexington Public t!on, and the pair was greatly to tht- by him nnd Dr. (leorge W. llunn. Dr, Robinson bad Just loft the barn abut went to the Catholic cnurcli at Otten-1'ciu- i Library and was loaned to tho sculp-- ' advantage of Senator Payntor and Do- It Joll rcay want a clca swcrl Sunday. nn hour beforo tho flro broko out, and -- tudy,or who x,'l,,J " l,lll uro Bomacht fm, from gas. sourness Carpenter read n splendid paper on ii.orrncy. since he was s,. olten Tore- Mr .and ilia. Shetruan Wicn's llttlo ""' Ulc ,,08lKn ( ,hl "u""- nuJ lll8tr"3 K "nig store Striking tho High and Low Places In he is at u total loss as to tho origin l"" ed to bo absent by sickness and olluir or the blaze. darling was called homo to rest SatI On tke rerorao or tho lepllca In today and get a CO cent box or tht Profession and Commercialism In from tho Chamber. na gtomnt,h tnulot. on lne lnoIH.v Medicine aud Surgery- - which wns urday week at V o'clock. About a Mhrarj. whitU was nt' ,'e5""tum dis ( Tho Lorimer volo Is ilisiiosert of aw Keep your property"of all kinds 'pro "year ago they laid one to I'eluJpr reprewnUilho a. rebt and cussed by 'all members nud coinpn Tho ,''ms,, "" in his speech at Washington. tected with, W. S. Pish, who repre now two llttlo 'blue ejed boys aro u' ,1:,Vfi ai" b' Ml88 ',"1" neuteJ highly. MONEY TO LOAN, W Senator heard the evidence and tounit sents tho best insurance companies. uilBsing Irom their home. Many Those In attendance utou tho to "f the chapter relics, the' no reason from it to unseat tho Illlnol '"'" friends called on Mrs. Wren Sunday bntilii """- - Tlmmc. Is depleted. On Lincoln county farms, in any cicty meeting, woru Drs. Cowan and .an. Ho waa acting as a aworn judge days, beginning to cheer the broken nearted An armistic ot of mother. "!,ow'"B tlriffln, of Danvillo, Drs. J. T. Price at noon Sunday, fho made veruor 'Jholby and tho Ken 0 ,. pw cent rcrm 6 years was In tlvo matt.r and ho would not Kn wUh crfectlvo Mr. Mclvln and Mr. Charlie Harris tucky Uol13 UDder nlw ,u u, ac ' 'privilege to pay after ono year. Kirst lad Strader, or Hari.icstnirg, Ur. M yesterday by an exchange of Identical counter to tho testimony to resiwud mortgage. If you are in need ot money t. Pljies of Moreland, Dr. Illrdlo Car letters signed by Gen. Maaero ror the irom near Crab Orchard callod on Mr i.i thn olamor to unseat Lorimer. cnorRlnB tho enemy. The I jxlnuton tuaptcr i. A. it.. will loan you up to 40 per cent of tho Uickle, of Hiibble. Dr. I K. Jont-J-, of rebels and Gen. Navarro for the .Mexi and Mrs. Singleton for Kuster. which hn did not bo eve was Just. can Government. Tho temporary pact Thero jour . nirincr ' the oldest In tho stale nnd vaiuo 01 wrta lanu.Q tor 8wnobroadi penter, of Hustouvllle, Dr. W. V. ajffectB tho district betwcen Juaiez tontownaro two good ktores lu Urough Paynter'H friends nro great- - '" "" ,Q cuan aud both had good business Crab Orchard, Drs. Pflngsl nnd Zim- and Chlhnuhau aud west ot the latter ' 't notable achievements, bo- - Attorney, Lancaster, Ky. ly elated over his stiong iuanly nnd l'no lam week. merman, or Loulsrlllo, Drs. Perry, city. No mention Is made of Ollnagn, tionest statement, nnd thoy think t"he s'11''' t'w movement for immorallrln,? Rroughtoutown is on tho boom all erner Shelby In Iho I). A. It.. HallCZEMA CURE A DEAUTY WASH, Carpenter and O'llaunon, of Stanford. which Is at present besieged by, the ,.m wfxi Is charged with deliberate lebels. or tho pretty young rolks aro getting ,,, i.rcscrlptlo hai torDrthoPrice wbb appotnled essayist intention to misrepresent him will ol Kme. Is tho erection or tho llryan Although next meeting which will bo Rev. J. J Dickey will preach at married. pay dearly for 1L Tho Senator Is a Station memorial marking tec alto of tl.Pn roCogiiUed tor years ns tho ono held by special Invitation at More McKlnney next Sundny April 30th at Mr. R. C. Prultl has Just returned gentleman, a democrat, nnd n man ot "' famous spring whoro tho pioneer remedy for Hczema. Psoriasis, und nil laud ou tho third Thursday In July 11 A. M. In couBcqueee thero will trom visiting his sister at Lebanon other forms of skin diseases. It Is now tho highest integrity, llo Is used U women illtplayed their heroism by. llitl. Tho Society lunched at thu Car bo no service at Methodist church In Junction. " pome debate and does not therefore bringing water to tho men . the be- Stun ford In tho morning but there son restaurant ns tho guests ot Dr. rnli Ills opponent n liar In so many fclertcd fort. ,M!bb Julia Spuir Is tlio' rit)HtMa tliat catl COmparo with Uils L'urnenter. where erery thine cood in will bo services at night us usual. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION! 1111111 liquid ior cleansing tno bk it or words, though- - ho appareutly provori present Recent of thn Cliapler. the culinary lino was placed bcfor Wedding Ring. pimples blackheads, rash and all simttuit ho knowingly provarloatoil and; Doing unalto to givu proper atten Wedding rings wero worn by both them. This meeting was pronounced ilar Bkln aftcetlons LANCASTER IN DARKNESS. ,,a post grnduato course for 0110 day Jews anil Romans nt dates long prior tion to tho drug business, I havo sold lor u purposo. 1 or this reason nlon0 n bottle of to the Christian era. my interest In the Now Stanford Drug We are surprised mat Mr. JauioHi D. 1). I), should bo kept on hand lnm,a was fireatly enjoyed by all pros- Co., to J. W. Ilryant a registered pharso wide, oponj Tho plant or tho liticiistor K'ectrlc eveiy ho isehold. A trial L'.'c bottlo ent. should have laid himself ONE CONDUCTOR HELPED BACK macist, wdl known to Stanrord peot irltlclsm uml tho chnrgo or tin- - Light Company was Thumday niht will show you tho merits ol this groat TO WORK. ple. Ho and P. W. Whjpp m fomiar lemedy as u complexion wash. F'vnrv fitmllv nml oattnrlnllv thncn partner will contlnuo tis ,,tn"s at laiiuebs and lnjustlco to his opponent, totally destrovad by tiro originating 1). D. I), booms to romovo tho cause,! ,, Mr. Wllfyrd Adams Is his name Pni,irv .hm.i.i t. the tamo old ttand. 1 iir iking tf.. iko I, is bound to hurt him Wherever his In an unknown manner, resulting ln Whtovor'tho trouble may bo. cleans! and ho writes: "I wns confined to piovldcd nt all times with a bottlo of my bed with chronic rheumatism andi,),e l0r thelr ,u,era, ltronngo aad ask speech Is read and Paynter's reply Is a loso ot 10,010. with no Insurance iuB tlio skin, and leaving It ns sort, as Chamberlain' Liniment. There is no used both bottles of Foley's Kldnoy U"S them to coutlnuo same with I Consequently Payn.'on the building. A'exander Wattor, smooth and clenr as that of a healthy telling when It may bo wanted ln care Remedy with good effect. Tho third, new firm where thoy will always thegiven publicity. roof an accident or emorgency. t is txr's stock hasi risen It long way proprietor ot tbo plant Intends to ro- - cu"'1' attont,on- most excellent in all cases of rbouma-- Ingtou, Ky., Street Railway. It will Obove pa, nnd Mr. James' I. tailln bulId at once, but tho Cty wlU bo ,a settlement or all sosituq pun 'smtudB 'men do all you claim In cisea of rho'ima duo the old firm. AIT accounts' nnd Piog g. Tanner. ort In like ratio. Tho peoplo ecnerat- - dnrkncBs for several weotts. -' r,ookn round at H" I lism U of R Lex-lustthree-cornere- As the result of a bite on the check by a dog while- - playing in-tyard i ear his homo thru weekh agoChoB ter, tho son of 6. G. Speakes, or tho Highland section, died iiftpp a short Illness Inst Thurs day from what seemed to bo uraemlu poisoning. Physicians said that poi son froiii the teeth of the anrnial entered the system or the llttlo one and while It did not liavo any or tl.o symp loins of hydrophobia nnd thero was no suspicion that tlio dog vrts mad, the contamination Iroin tho dof, a teeth Is believed to caivo been directly the causo or the little ono's death. Ho was burled at Highland attor services at the Methodist church by Kov. Combs. The heavy hand or affliction has been laid upon Mr. Speakes and family hr three-year-ol- d B Dissatisfied with tbo government's R ork In eor.'jil'ing t&o ITIO censu3 ot R Stnnturd., tan City CoulcII on last fj Thursday night decided to inako a thorough enumeration of Uie city itself, und appointed K. I). Pennington H g to take a prlvato census rotho Coun H cil. Mayor Florence and tho Council- men as well as most every ono ln Stanford Is convinced that. Stanford R K has grown several hundred In the past fi wagon. ten yenis and no ono i.s willing to ac R cept the figures given out by tho overnment bureau. Republican Editor The City Fathers granted a permit to Mrs. Desstc Hardin to build a bal SAYS McCREARY WILL WIN IF tony ln front of the Old Myors House. IS NOMINATED They also took up tho m:tter or putHere's a stinger Listen to what ting down concrete crossings In front thib republican editor has to bay 01 or the court house. Nothing wait done the cat.dldacy of Judge, O'Ucar. Tho In regard to oiling of the streets this summer, and It Is probable that the Maysvllle Dally Ledger says. "No man has over used stronger Women's Improvement Club mi) tako language, to tear down ,tho 'fabric up this matter. 01 law and order In Kentucky than The Public this eminent Jurist. Government License Ledger hasn't the honor of O'Koar's acquaintance, und nver even saw CONVICTION IN lum, yet we'"e leaa with indigna SUFFICIENT FOR DRY TERRITORY tion and just horroi of bis violent ana Incenalary words during tbo The Court ot Appeals arrirmed Uie blighting night rider tobacco war Logan Circuit Court in tho case of 11 days. Think ot such a man in the It. King against the Commonwealth. Governor's Chair! Hotter a thousand Appellant was convicted or having times Governor cox, K. T. Franks, or liquor to sell In local jptlon territory McCreary, than such as he. If O' and his punlshmont fixed at $100 aud Ucar is named by th Republicans, tine nnd fifty days In jail at hard la.McCreary will sweep the state by the llrst of thu year. A total of 40 now subscribers wero put on Us list last week, most of them through thn work of Its hustling representative, 11. IJIaukenslilp, I. who Is still working In the Kast Und. No country paper In tho state, this sldo of Louisville can comparo with Its circulation. Tell your lrlends to get In the band ,,, -. - ..... ... ... -- ",. .C- po-llc- ir rr rau, Ml-o- -- ....... 25-t- a "7' "J ,...', IZTiyTZ q itf&.r1"' croua r " r-- .1 i ' j I,- - SaaBSaHHSBSIBBBBiHBSaSHHBiiB Dm Yarrick TIiIb magnificently bred ymn r; thl season of p i m my stable near Hlanford. Ky, on ho Hdelby Clly jilkn nt $1.1 to Im, r.. n imnr colt. Uon Varrlek hi -2 ,iij h,. ,vy fa bennilfrl rbostrmt. short Hon will mako Ihe ti- Hanna's Green Seal "The Made -to- Cj c " u -Wear Formula on Every Paint" Pacivaois l7 A71Mli Does This Mean Anything to You ? It expresses the maker's faith in the product. Labor is the principle cost in painting. The material should be the best. fernt Ik YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. TOR 8ALX L. L. nv CRAB ORCHARD KY KY Plii ttTUrMUi jiictfiiCt o it Ifu. y w ill j1 j Im in the Krent (Inward Jlllvsr .' n l that i'n the JS.miO TmnsyhMi,, in' i sexn beat rare In 19M nnd (hi..,,,,,, "in won tho$IO.(KW UntiHor Manmrn mil tti,. M and M all In brvkpti nnd it Id IJI.JOc and later ;. 00. pon Varrlck t bred exaelly like Kpantsh Queen thit won ho jr..(ton irnnsjlianla In pws ninkiim n re trinl of J 07 and wna rlnweil nx one or Ihe four, being mm of the greftton money winners on tho Brand circuit . lv Lono in fact thr hlrfceit mli'-- r and perfect dlpaltlon tf lrk ,, tll(, n.. R fr rr in uos SANDERS D. GEORGE FOR PUDLIC SERVICE SEASON OF 1911. The Sensational Performer and Splen : ll Hrod Registered Saddlo PRUITT - MORELAND 'x--- i"W k'.'?. ALLEY ''' 2:19 5-- GREGOR--4340- 1. KCCOrd, ''V5k 8 Years Ohi (iconic Wtlkos 51V, w m-- v kv r I lieu-- GABROLL Hay horBo star nnl hind ankles while, 15 3 fled 1&08 Sire, Preston 922 by Washington 54 by Cromwell 73 by Wnshlngtn Pen mark CI Preston's dam uns Ilello by Roderick 104 by Mnmbrlro LoQtnnd 89 by Highland Chief Bnd the dam of Roderick was by a son of Peters Unicorn 0241. By Enoch Ard'n lit Dam Baby Pence 7049 Oy Almont Forett 2863. 2nd Dam Lady Pence By Garrard Chief. 3rd Dam in CARROLL PRESTON Is the finest Individual and best Central Kentucky nnd proved himself one. of tho most formldnbl- - r'ng horses out last season. He Is ono of the greatest racking horses seen In His colts years nnd has n Rplcnld trot with a world of speed nnd nctlon. are proving hlra a coming sire and nro tho kind that will sell high. Will 's stand nt the low fco of $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT at A. T. .Stock Yards In Stanford. Good pnsture nnd care at prevailing rates. I.Ien retained on clt until service Is paid. Best of care, but not responsible for accidents. Address, PRESTON--43S(A. S. II. IU 3 I Trotter Chestnut Stallion About 16 anils, istered, Volume 17. a t -- I3' K ,8 to J 1 i Allerton 5U'S Kecord 2:0i In.Sire of 2tU; dnnu of cluding Naney Koycc S.t' I..cnii4a ii) j:oJ, lion. Korrat 2:0h, etc. J a.. Illrd &nu Sire ol 131; ilnms or 71). (iUSKl,. Wilkes Undy rrank .inlt1lllHl Hlar (!nnt brood maro. My .Sire of S3; itams im 01. of 5S&, I t 3. Dam or '1. Mambrlno Hoy 844. Slro of IK; dams of 43. Norn Wllkos. ll Grnirge Wllkos 613. Major Kdsall IMS tro of 1; dam of 1. Nancy Whitman untrncrd. Punrl Mifiregor t(rp-- r lierord i fS 3-- nnd Alley granc" I. Record 2:17 11. h'lro ot 111, dams of UK Maud It iMni of .May illrd Itobert Mcdregor M" (Hun nr and i'i froear 2:17 t Seneca Chlel 2 .178. W. O. WALKER, Stanford, (Carroll Preston ! Ky. ) Pein Mrdrognr :l 1 J:SJ !!. Jenny. Slro ot t; dnm of 15. no"i''itl In The S.iddle Horse Fnmrlty Stake lty Champion Orlnnets. Dam of Jericho 30. (irandam of 4. Hhor is by Onward, nn of th and best wins ef (Jrorco Wilkes Onwnnl'i dam wai Isn dam of JJlrector, the sire of that Krwtt fntnly I IrittcrH and mcera Dun Varrlek iHtdani was by Wlkes Hoy, by Oeorffo 'Vllke-- . a full sIsiit to Ttt Way S in nun nun ii.rr to Mmlelenc Palcli-rthe dam of Rubber 2 10. WlnrliH,,. -r z miir Wdtoii J ? nml MUs It 2 no znd dnm Mary hv lUtse's Urnr the dam of Tho Way nrd Madleno Pntfhi'liPen Varrlck's dam produced nr I'onnrr. tlmt plnreil a public half tnllr un thr l.exinirton track at Ifi montha In I os V and w.ld tir.N lluMn-Xo- r of New Haven for St 000 she also produced MmkcIc Inn. that trotted u wile en the aiiie t at 1 montlm old In II and sold for 00 I)oU arr1ek is aM Ktne and alava on the trot erv rarely ever 'wave hW feet. In C week bandllnc last rail bo trotted a quarter on half mile trnek In 1 See hall In 10 and tho 1mllo In on tho nut'ldn ot track. Plesre notP the rich Inherl-titnr- e t)f on botr lde. not a mlsslm; link for Keneratlons. IlreM to this fellow and you cant mlrm Ihe four things yerv breeder looks for sire, disposition, speed and aee him before NoklnR your looks msrei Season money due whw mares are parted wit or bred to another hnrso Mares kept at 10 cnt per day and all tar taken, will not bo reipotr Pile for accidents or escapes. Don Vrrlck Is a 2 10 trotter if he had tlit. proper Oiitta-- d 1 tr-r1 1 p.-e- ALLEY GREGOR Is one " (he tro tliiK Stallions In Kenficky. I Kin t irtlnc horvo. lot oi .tyle and flnlxh iHd It Is i . r iijt miitff jrhoes. He nM t iiih, grwt slni. HI. i .! nnd show Kr-inr spiij ami action. Any one i Mtu .r ol i " tiiK where they h. i n do so on the oi w : ' In a JihhI cbTr (. or tif-- i'op'e of Uncoln Count ui of tlw ' tuiltlr' hi o Look thl linrw hreH d f, now iin hai m . iotb sire ami dsm. TDU - n li .will wake ti Foason ol 1U11 nt my stnblo In . m bt handllnp ;'n ,u i.ir cst uik. lhr te ilS f !.. to Insure Living Colt, Sound And AH Right. .i) t 0 ui (o take care of piik. mi jnisMi at 10 cents m i da) Mr i .' vhcn mre Is nr dir sorvl-'- f tKen io provert nrcldent but not retoHstble stMxtld mrv ttdl i J r W. Piiono. 5 i . UUIITON, Lancaster, I.IKTOV AND IIPSSKIX t lllton In n black Jack with light points.. last September IS. 1S bands hlh with a nwtchleH head and oar oll et on a ranpy neck has p'enty bone and sulmtanco and as a breeder ho Is net urpated PU8SELL. Is a Mack Jack with lfcht pnints. last Aircuoi, full IS j. hands nub with murli ftni.h and aa a hr.rse anr ne a breeder he action la tho eiual of anv Jack. Until of ther Jacks will serve mares at Jit to a IIvIiik colt. TradliiK tho ware lorlells the insuratice Care will bo iitmin to prevent servients but w not 1m responsible should iny oeeur Jennets will b eared foH-- after June 1st nt 120 to Insure a llvlnt mt. K Ky J. II WOODS P WOODK. i A!! Peavine, (Id; l! 4092. POWHATAN. 3-- 1 Si Di, Jr. Illack horsit 15 1 2 hands high foaled In I'JO;. good bonu and size, tho kind to nreed to for mules marea and work . Beau Naboth 45006 i Six years and Breeding. hands; a rich colored bay wltu a much stle and nctlon as any bodju hotsc. Hired by Dignity Daro; Uav trillion 15-hands, foaled summer H'02, said by good judges t I'st dnm Minnie b) illcnzl; this Is tho one of the finest stallions living. He Is n perfect lnuce of his grej SHtno uw.ns ninro mat nas proauceo Chester Dare 10. Air. J. . GravcH who raised and showed Chester IHte in many good colts as nny maro In Lincoln county. This horse In no 10 sayB It Is almost Impoi Iblo for two horses to be more alike than Cir-rar!CIctIoneer-Vilkp- ii broedinr. the I purchased him from L. II. Chief 18J5 and Chtr tei Oaro l'i Col. W. A. Parrlger of Shelbyvlllo. Kv.. cross Is second to none. looking at his colt for Owens after Iieau Naboth will mak the has Judged this horse at the Texas State Pair several tlms says he - ax WIISssisstNsssssssssm 1911 at A. T. Nunnellev'M ntoek two seasons. Ho Is a brocder toionn fine a horse as he ever saw. Garrard Chief won the ehoraplonsh'p "' yards at 115 to Insuro a living colt. to ncnc In Lincoln county. Son him The well known Sllu Anderson Jack Monev Dallas In 1908, 1909, 1910 and during that time his c i tho South West at will nnke the season of 1911 at the parted due when mare Is tmrirrf nr before you breod your marcs. with or bred elsewhere. Description and "breeding won moro than anv othor herd sh. n thore In saddlo elajses. At Fort Terms. SI0 to insuro a living colt farm or I) M. Anderson on the Preach J. M. PETTU3, 15 3 hnnds lilRh; a good colored erst Wo and Stanford pike one mile Worth Horse Show in March 191" Garrard Chief won first in breeding Hanford, Ky, from nnd 8 from Stanclass for .addle stallions and age over 15 good ones, h also won at satrn chebtnut with best of bono, contorma tlon, stylo and action. Sired by l!e ford at JS.OO to Insuro a colt until ; sddlo sta'lion mare or gelding. He will make the Peavine 1796; li dam bv Icaviie woanlng time. risen first for THREE GOOD MULE JACKS. season of 1911 four miles from Stanford on Hustonvillo pike'at 425 to lnsuie 2d dam by Varrn Harris Lcnuiark: SILVER KINO. Also nt same placr and at samo 3d dam by John Nosley, bo by Davie living eolt. Mares grazed $2.50 per month. Caro taken to prevent acciterms will stand the wollknown sadCrockett. dlo horso Silver King. Ilest of caro dent, but not responsible should any occur. NOTE. In offering the sen Ices cf Tho great draft stallion that has I this yount; stallion to the public, At tho samo time and plnco wll taken to provent accidents but not mnde his own rep, will mako tho seaa do not hesitate to iay ho Is wltho 't stand my threc good mule Jacks at V responsible v.should any occur. John son of'Ull at my place on tho Bomer. U. No. 4, or uigsoy, it. doi'bt the best stallion iu reach or tbe set lllko nt SIO tn Inniiro n llalni mil people of Lincoln county and adjo'n-in- to insure n living colt. Thoso Jncta a. M ANDERSON 8tsnford. 2MpUlo Is the sire of the Joe Cbancollor STANFORD, KENTUCKY. countleB both in Individuality and need no advertising aa they aro kcowi iiuibu mm sum mr idu anu or three , blood. Hn has as much Poavlno blood to breeders all over tho county. iiiares that sold fsr $7U ot J. H. Silver Wood Uaughman's big sale lat foil. 'Nuff as li possible to get in ono horso rnd Scrvlco feo on all the above JH p- Ir In deBed. And Tlarence Tato rofusod S450 that Is the breeding that stock duo when colt Is foalyou havo any doubt lor a pair of 2year-oI- d fillies by him. PEDIQREE.-iSlT- ed ve by 8. T. Harris; mand today. It ed, maro sold, traded or bred to other hhimI this g coich stal .Silver Wood, son of Par Wood 167U8 about that, comparo the prices I hae JESEE AND ENRIQUE , vj, record 2 27 ML brother to Nor Wood .6iv,Koyal w n.. a, 11. i., Jy ii' oi lion with any other breed stock. These terms apply to all. Care 2.12 2556. he by Klnc 2555. ho by On sold them for sire of Lady Constantino 2:1 J Tho great show pony Jesso and taken to prevent accidents but not Daup' .i a ji a o on S ersct pike Time. 746 hn by 8tonewalI Jackson in tbe country. Florist 2:12 and eight others. another fine Shetland stallion will should any occur. TEJi.MS S2Q to Insure a living colt Royal King's 1st dam Mollle 10 to In l'i, i din one Far Wood 2:27 inn o son of Nut Wood make the season at my place. Every, Mounti 1584, hs was the noted sire Wtt record 2:18 sire or Manager body knows Jesse, the other ponr i one or cbbell'B Ixlngton. P. S. King u Easle s 2:06 Lock Heart Addlo the crack little horsc Knriquo Is desHip, 3579, she by Eagle Dlrd thj in t coach norses ever brought 1st data D. 2:10 and 165 othors. Nut Wood cribed In tho American Shetland Pony 1014 he b 011 King Eagle 7fi0, 2d 600, rocord 2:18 son or Iielmoot Club as follows: Certificate of rogla. StonewallJackson, to till part of the country. Ho Is d,m Rcd Uon 3rd dnm by Harr,g. This certificate that thr 64. Silver Wood's first aim Princes tratlon. . 'Tip. Olos Denmark, he by Miller Denmark 4fi; i Id. 1.2 llins ha h lt.l. dm been registered In Vofome 10 Club hv Vatican nd,l naber 10r73 of the .t o- a mate y Vnn'lefUil 4th dam by Jim Bell, Thoroughbred. mont 64, Vatican's dam Hambletonian ?r King Kagle, Jr"s, la4 dam wm Ittnl- very high Ubi.ng n me tu Will make the season of 1911 at my 10. soniug rony uud stud Wood 16799. rcord 1:27 1 2, f""caa My fluo oung mula Juck will make by Old Drenaon, 3d tho tltad poay stall k living oolt un- 1st dam Nora Wilkes, dam o No n Mandarrf ,,e urjnnon. h! Ir- ut bam at ! to insure a dam Copperbottom. and runs bark to tn orenent season at niv stable B0 whits-Nori speed Day Crockett. time, sound and all right. Wood Wilkes, by Nora Wood 2:1J 1.2. "nd bIack F3nrHw of PcasMken snip; ni ettlo In Uv-- j til weanintf nwa nlt ster nnd Geo wnkes Elf. 2:22 Moroland, Ky.r for S10 to insure A 11 n retained ou all colts until sea see this horso. am NOTE. King EsgU, Jr., Is 6 yers'old km h'tid Nut Wood 600, record 2:18 1st unar Pat of neck black extending to ing colt. Mures tradod or bred to ottv i'i son is paid. dam Win nussell, dam or Maud 8. kne5,i ""nie Wok spot under belly vien mate Is parted darl h&Y with one white hind foot, er stock forfolt their Insurance. ,I,ane aD'1 ,nl1' standi full 17 extending up flanks and side; lower J. OS 3 4. d tn other Kt ck wP DILLY DRECKINRIDGE. Turrer Is over 15 bands hlg bl ck mu niack apot on SILVER WOOD Is. a black horse .na" " ' VERY FINE well proportioned every way A corn- Mr ftend i ruy bam a is to nun fu , h d h, bt , j,00 ...,.. loft side of back. iroaiea May 29 1903 white points and wolgbod 'hi Will stand at u fni,i ln 1ynr J Nirdeon. at 'h, same place bined stallion with plenty or speed with loin pounds. He is an eitra n COIl unui weaning uuie. .a Sire. The Maior of Penmoken S0J1 mrMt spring Ail all colts ur tl paw 11b is stylo and action. Us colts show that at '" ri - iwinr . L'h colt nt held on mares successful! bed with a, Bly,e B)ld n nHround acii ' oxtremo Dam Udy Gray fl'J49. Dred br U O. a splendid breeder. He will sure and fln bnoo-barren M IF ""Hi. hUh nnd fln,h. hnnn ln belfr he m. .au ..... m. mil vt rn Oi. novnP ,nn hanHln.1.mk,.,..,, )... h.o Price. M. 3. BAUGHMAN, 'alra nno.l l. llreodlns Farm, "V J W. A H. C. AUGHMAN, n" ?""' i a rovnty effered "stbytall took special the liupregnator, Hill 1. lliniuuil g0 a 2 3C gait easy, tn wny snould ... DIM lll.wi.ant w -ui .vujrilVMJIIIK Uil I . m.i Minnioru, Ky he Ing Creek nroi at 110 o nsure u Ivlng "oit. rcmlum uford Kr" t V. D. No. 4. d, not with bis splendid pedigree, rtcn St Ky. oy Im, n so several Pier i re Mares traded pirted with r 'to-color nnd kind disposition mako it ITS EQUAL DON'T EXI8T. oiscwhore wltho-i- t my crnseut t .ulun. groat slni. OIVE8 AID TO STRIKERS. No one has ever mado a salve, oint h- M ' wl'h it th0 inpurnnce, nnd tho innnpv ' e K r.l ' Ms 'o't "1' as h gh as loipctli Mia liver, kld.iovr find ''OW aiLvtK wood win mnne tn sea- ment or naim to comparo with Iiuck- - e "i b duo nt uch . t wea'ltiK tl' ie .n trrnnsartllon. cur. lb 9rm to e on 'i etriko nmt refjeo pon of 1011 nt tho barn of K. F. Fltx- - lea's Arnlrn Salvo. It's tho only per- I I f- 'i ea nd to rirevont ncclden m Ired Call and see him i worl. right. Tl en you ucod thoie iMiinB, i but not r I'e U ell ret-gtiuiii-tiuiu iiuuuiu iiii leci neaior oi uuis, corns, uums, sores v ur " Bible should anv occur, 'n full 'e od nnd see Ms pieasunt little strike breakors -- Or. the Panvlllo nnd iJincastor plko at 8cald bolls, ulcers, eczema, suit rho-te- n Phono po"i D. O. KING, P'o'ue -nr nu'eaMnl' Farmer in residence. WnvriosburrL' lng' New I.lfo P1U to glo thrm dollars to Insuio u living colt up um. lor soro oyes cold Bores, chap- ExchnnBe alter o' r. t neve- NPs and ' ild and gently compel pioei- action. land all ngnL i per hands or sprains Iti supreme. Un Moreland, Ky., plesant nrd safe to taV" C. G. CALDWELL & 80N, Sli y Try Kxoellcnt health soon roiinw W. L. SLOAN, 'rivaled for piles. Try IL Only 25o II, V, ii. Np. 4. Waynesburg, Ky. O. L. Penny. them 21 cents at Penuy'a Drug Store. Hubble, Ky nt Penny's Drug 8toro Garrard Chief . 1835 3 Description 1! V S- - By NABOTH 10116, by Walslngham bv Gecrge Wilke Heaii Niiboth'a dam, Nora Raugli-maby N'orval Ri.tJ, br electioneer 12.', 2d data horses. J. by .Metropolitan lo72 by Hamlltonlsn 10; 3d dam 8IDI Is by ton horse SIdl 627t!l by Jlambrlno Htarllcht 3312, Kreucn stallion out of gooa by Dur'hay 411; 4th dam Mary With-or- s native marc. b Oliver (thoroughbred); Cth dam Will uiako the season of PJU at ni by Wagner; 6th dam by Imp Tranby; placo in c'tenheim, Ky., at J 10.00 to "th dnm by Thornton's Rattler insuro a living colt. Heaii Nit both Is a handsome bar, Handing ir.-hands of great style AOOLPH HERTEL, and action nnd perfect disposition. Ottenhulm, Ky proven a breeder and hia own Ila d 2 He-ha- s John live-gulle- George Hur J. - i. MURPHY, ".urg- 509 KING EAGLE, Jr., 11 .! 2 2 r R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, THrnir Kentucky. Jr 3-- 3-- 3-- , 3-- a - r- - l, 2 E"' 3-- "" ,.., .,. di"; Vr. ,...". "L. A --- --- ''-t- ' J B" I- - f i- - Titf4ppE''WW--'- - P'IP4'W1 e'aaet. r "Alias Jimmy Valentine" -- ci, , & r i m ." nmm,. Hose Ijmo smiled complacently Into the lieutenant gorornnr'. face. Handler's fnco liecamo red-- a deep red that threatened any moment to merge Into n rich grape purple hue, "You go nt that safe and open It Just IIUo you need tlio coin!" ho shouted. Valentino made n deprcentory ros ture. "You flatter mo," he nnswored, and he smiled n moat aggravating smile Hint eintiteil the now thoroughly nrous til prison mantis- - to pound his desk nnd hoarsely crj ' 1 lattery be d d! Y'wi do ns I say or I'll Rive you Hie" Handler caught himself Just lu time He suddenly remembered that the present was lieutenant governor "Say, Valentine," he substituted for his Intended threat of the strnltJacKet, "jou'ro fourllilshlng because there's ii gallery present, oh?" No, taxi turned nnd surveyed the visitors present. His gaze passed from the lieutenant governor to the two members of tho (Into of Hosj society Then In the background, half tri'in lied Into one of the uncninforta hie woutleti chairs that ndornctt the w.irden'a iilllco, he aaw n glrllnh g lire He lisinetl forward Involuntarily, for be aaw a face ami a xilr of I eyes Axed steadfastly upon In in He recognised the girl ns tti" rue he liatl mi vet! from the remorse le.s eliiti'lies of Hilly Cotton Cotton, wIkhii he Itatl thrown lo Ids death tlii nigh the window of a trnnacimtl-iienta- l flier, lint only for a imimeut tli.l Jimmy Valentine falter. With eoutrot be wheelwl to face tin- - warden. are wruMg again," he suit) evenly to Handler. "You know I am not wlist you wnuhl have the people think I am." Now the grape purple began toslwvv lu the warden's fHce. The thick volns In his lieek began to thicken still more aiitl to crowd hi low eollsr for simce. "You better do as I ask, Valentine," in'-terf- ul That'll do, Valentine," Intcrjcetcd tho warden. "One moment, Mr. Handler," sold Fay, raising hit hand. "You were about Id say, Valentine?" "Nothing, sir." "I want you to tnlk." "I would rnther not." lloa I.nne had risen from her chair. She nil v a neet and grnsietl her tin- 1 Tin lies l.e tunnd Iii in hi tngl.v ton.'inl his Kay. till. 'UiIl i i ir , op nir riATi 1 A GOV II.., OH r fori st- I'AV. plead- r ejes '"m NJLrf VALENTINE, Auoctation Xiu.v AND ROSE i "It might mean your pnrdon," said stroking fondly the brown hair thst erowned th girl's head "My panlonT' uelalmetl Valentine "Yes. 1 am the lieutenant governor of the state. Perhaps I will Intercide for jou " entine?" CHAPTKU IV. such adorablo eyes ever have commits led a crime greater than the pillage of his grandmother's Jam closet! ho was tho victim of somo strangely Hose again addressed tho convict. terrible plot, of heinous machinations llko thoso of tho French revolution or "Where did you see mo beforo?" "On the Now York Central train be- of the Spanish Inquisition. tween Huffalo and Hochoster on the The lleutennnt governor continued to Sth of June two years ngo, You were press Vnleiittne. alone In the jstrlor cnr. I came In nnd "Hut onto convicted," he went on, sow a man sitting on the arm of your "It seems to roe that yon would liavo Y'om were inp nnd frightened. mud an application clmlr. for a new trial." I tuilluil him aitiiv utiil Intik lilm Intn "My lawyer Is working on diet new, lie came sir." the smoking eomtmrtmetit. back again, and 1 a moment later Hose I,ane pressed Iter nncle's Iwnd henrd you screnm.. I came In, nnd he and looted pleadingly at the state ofnttackcsl me. 1 hip locked lilm and ficial as tlKMigh supplicating his furthrew him through the window." ther altl for the rtoner. The lieuHose extended him 'her ImmI, which tenant governor was reanonalvo to tho grasped. ho eagerly .alr young girl's Influence, nnd after "And then after j'ou threw the man ra m use he spoke tho word thst wero I'ny, through the window," nskeil to till with a now hoo tho tortured ."will jou not tell mo what J'ou did, Mint of Jimmy Valentine. Mr Valentino?" "Tell jour lawjer to apply "I was nfrnltl I mlgtit have killed pardon. I promise you ho shall for a havo tho man. so I left tho train by the every iiosslble assistance lu hU effort wrong side nt the next stntlon." to secure It." later, did "Ho was badly hurt-dl- ed "Thank you, sir; thank you," murho not?' mured the prisoner gratefully, but his " "Yes, sir eyes turned Involuntarily to thoso of "Was he n friend of your?" the girl, who he well knew was really "No, sir." responsible for his new opportunity. "Kver ms him before?" "Autl you can thank my niece, too," "No, sir." added Fay. "Hut he confessed llaU ho wa your "I thank her moat deeply." partner in robbing the bank-wh- y?" "That's nil," aald Kay, moving away "Mkely because I threw lilm from and beckoning to Row. the train." Valentine started ns though to go "How did you come Ujr the money through the door leading to the cell Identified a ImTlnjf lawn stolen from the linnk?" Valentine paused a momeat before bia reply. "I won It of him playing whlH on the train Just before ttui row." "Is Valentine yonr name?" "No. sir." "Then how dkl he know you ns Val- you try, to mako a sucker of me you'r get yours." Handler strode hastily out Into one of the corridors of cells. it, WARDEN HANDLER LANE, 1L .i on (1h ie Warden Handler of Hinic Hlng prison tired list tliHit mi three men In the and Detective Uurc Dojrla endeavor lo whole place, and when It come to prtaonw. pravmU on 1MII Avery a at Iti fmwy 'Rrlaway' mil) h oniaaryisl to atch out Information aaaMnt a tf-moung convict Known a coprHT ran keep talw on lilm " "pal." AVfy refuses, ewi Jimmy Valentine The wanltsi's ploliirpi liitrbdue-tluDarin ami Handler thieaten to auto.,Ijine. She was hfft on Itif htm. Valentine had a tnek ot opentnitiititiht n trlliiipwe of the ft'e of the -.f. aIa1v l a man In felon's trlptx Slio Itained to . .twit icvrs. UfiitPnmt twt-rrKi- r ill Utaullful ntc-- . Iiom Lana. oll ! Ve; now otic shle to make certain women wofkero in a imu illusion nt.i she ctKlltl not liosxllily bo mlstnUcn the prteon She extentltsriier liaiitl FinsmtNllally Warden Handler tare Itoo Lane ll wae reecued from a tlilet on a aud chilchisl the lieutenant Kuicrnor'ri hew train, and l la amazed at a coincidence. arm. Cant let Jimmy Valentine. No IS la Tncle, uncle." she bald chokingly, warden's office to uprn brnuklit Intn a unto ob an object Itsnon to the vUltors. "It Is he!" mm w and Hoie recomiiMut him "What's the matter, child?" wasi l'ny's anxious rcsMinse. "That Is the man who Raved mo!" CONTINUED FROM LAST TUESDAY the excited joiini: girl Knspcd "That lib Wttf. knew what to do should Is the limn who threw the burglar complications ramie There r dark thmiiKh tlin express train window!" fell In Sing Nine fur convict, tho The warden's shifting eye caught warden could decide to bo unruly. the ii glutted movement of ltose laine These were damp, dark cells below as Jimmy Valentino was brought lu. the level of the rushing river, relics mid he tpilckly rcwolvrd on n course of nf years when the state linil little procedure that would place the joung money and little thought for those prisoner In ns bail n light as possible. luld In have broken Its law There As for tlio lieutenant gowrnor. ho was wore cells with "straltjuckot.s," where almost hs iiotoulttitsl ns Itte nt the llhoxpectisl tleiiotleliient. und lie iUlet-tinuu could lie trussed u with straps Inslstisl that she sny nothing more 11 1 til to tin walls, like a suckling pig subject nnil ealni herself In n market window, only hit toot about the touching the floor Anyway No. 1,U.( S i fur ns outwnrd muiilfesiatlons were eoncei nisi, the girl follow oil this was nlrintly dlscn-dltcd- . well, but her heart mix Ice fairly ti "Oct Valentino!" ho grullly said uncuiitrollistly, her pulse IHiiindetl Smith. "Well. governor." Iu contlntliMhlitil correfioiitlliigly, mul a wave mil In a more amiable tone. "I'll give of dts'lMt pity Niirsssl oer her as kIio you tint, t Lit ladle m romantic type the horrible lot to which li.itl I tt't) mil a Ht, I nit h Is dulng ten nwllstsl l.tsMi contlemmsl the hero of the tine Imiik mifo yours hero fur oeiilug great ndienture nf ler life, the nlthout totiln or IIm fomMnalltJi). him- I'rluce t'bartnine of the only re.il (01(011. There Is soim ily ly (n'tv of Ustl eer played romatiff in which iHHrtry hi thut " a part "ImiHHwIhli?!" coiiiinenttHl l'ny. The lieutenant governor adtln l "Well, the Iwnli wife wni opomxl the pilMitier' mill the miiiiey Mlohiii, mul his jml "How do oti tl". lr7" IH'neliwl." arotuitl and fattsl Valentine The tlor nt the rlslit of the otllre the Hpeaker.swuiik iiMltavtl that he lie liMdluK In from the corrldora if colls (Himiiil Ills feitures ti ejifuitl. In ciune Smith, follow is I hy could the loucer r He presmsl his from wIioko convk't'N enrh n joiniK mnii Imnils nerxtiusly together iiml lookisl couM not m enthadow the IntelllKCiice III" tpieslloner stpiarel.i In the that aliowisl In his iihIhmi face. Clenr- "How do )ou tlo sir'' he Mil (I In a ly the jirUon nlr wits working lt.s low voice h tuinefiil penalty on him with more was wntililng Hie exchange than uaunl In the case of men of Handler with Keen Interest greetings who entered the Institution In pkhI "Met before, governor, have joill" health. VoBtiely conscious that there Ingeillinilsl.v wero vUltoru present. No. list) otood he linked "No." responded I'ny "Itut I'm glad ill beforo the warden with his ejes difreeled toward tlio floor. Ills nhoul-dor- s to tee J on hnve some tjpes here were square, he wbh of gooil ferent than 'Hick the Mat' and" "Yes," broke lu the waiden "Here. helsht, with a flgurc which yet lore indications that ho had been nthletlc Jimmy, there's ximiethlitg gone wrong In hti free days. When ho had en- with the otlue sate Open It for we, tered the room the lieutenant gov will you?" Fa) fastened a jiciilrnlliig gaxe on ernor had noticed that the com let Valentine walked with n free, manly stride, h twThe prisoner turned his fnce away ins no semblance to the shutllliig prisli ml toward the warden. on slouch of his fellow Inmates, "I'crmlt me," Handler oddressed his "I'll do so xery gladly If I can. Tutltors, with n elabornto cesture. What Is the combination?" "Combination!" exploded the warden, stnrlug nt the julsuner. Valentine was as cool ami as Insistent as though he were an employer talking with one of his clerks. How can "Yes, the combination. you exect mo to open the safe with-)ti- t It? Why, Mr. Warden, you must oo joking with mo." fefc s -er a htf-s- y 11 g'd-la' KjHs-tato' SYNOPSIS. 't.i pifwi.t 'Mr .I.i llf' put more thut' i. "What is your buslnesfl?" "I was originally nn expert ac"I know that wery ime liere knows no leH a personage than the lieutenant countant: then I became nn expert governor of tin state. And he might with the Olobo Safe company." tliat, lHi- f"Tell me, did jxju give Ibis evidence "You're iloltitr ten fiv opening a lwnk Intercede for lilm; he might ask the safe and yen can't open nn old safe governor for a (midou! At the same nt tho trial?" "No) sir" like mine?" The warden was sneer- time Vnlentlue was not insensible of the important part the girl at the state ing. "Why not?" imd playtsl lu hriiiMiig "The man who confessed had died. "I never opened that bank safe onVlnl's aide alsnit hlrt clinuge of fortune. She lutl If I bad told this story they would You know that." "You're going to pose, oh? Well, failed her uncle's attention to lilm and listen, on go anil 'cop thut gopher or hud evidenced keen Interest In him for a month." He would never forget that I'll give you She stood now at the lieutenant gov Handler was now at his word. A month of "solitaire!" A month, thir- ernor's side, uncertain ns to exactly ty days, thirty nights, alone, save for what attitude she should maintain to the rats nnd the rher tides thut beep ward the young man in prKou stripes who stood before her untie and to cd between the stones! "It Is an Impossibility for any one whom she owed n lifelong debt of gral , Itude lo open a safe without the combinaIt was most embarrassing indeed, I regret 1 canuot do us you tion. She wondered what she concluded. ask." Handler forgot the presence of tho rule of etiquette applied In the case lieutenant governor and of the ladles. of a girl of eighteen who desired to enler Into conversation with a con"(let out of here, jou" Mrs Webster stepjietl forward pro victed safe breaker. The Hush In her lie VAI.KNTINirS warned. face revealed the that shot as he learned before lilm was "lie asked my name while wo were plnylng cardi, nnd as I thought It nouo of his business I told him "MY THUE NAME IS LEU ItANDALL." 9s corridor where Handler was pacing restlessly up and down. Suddenly tho prisoner reconsidered. Ho took a step toward tho girl, who stood watching him with nn expression of pity in her eyes. He bent aver ns though to grasp her hand; then with a stoical effort he mastered himself and straightened back. testlngly. I I'ny determined to tnko a hand. "You're losing your temper, warden." he began when he saw the prisoner Mep to the door through which he li.nl come "Juit n moment." Kay salt) commandlngly to the convict, "i forgot jour name" He saw that The prisoner halted. (he speaker had come across to the i Jf e.s huc-ccr- aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaam cheeks mounted to her forehead, and Into her soft brown eyes came the dancing, ehuugilig lights that were telltales of her Impulsive temperament Jimmy Valentino, of the gill's delicate bounty and nothing that he still seemed to be the especial ob Ject of her attention, found dltliciilty in preserving mi even demeanor, dually, however, he secured n firm grip on himself and pioervetl a calm, mulls turbtsl bearing with which even the watchful wniilen himself could And no He addresM'tl the lieutenant fault. governor. "After all." he said. "I think I will talk to jou " Handler did not approve of the turn events had taken "Oh. jou will talk, will you?" be said threateningly to the prisoner. Valentine was aware of the moan lug of the warden's sinister tones, lie had becu au unwilling eyewitness on moro than ono occaMon to the enge mice wreaked by the official on helpless prisoners who had aired theli troubles or their experiences or those of fellow prisoners to the visitors from the outside world. "You enn't frighten me, warden," be announced defiantly "I know I am taking a chance when I talk to an outsider, but" and the flash that re vealetl In him the strong man's daunt less spirit came into bis eyes "I'll take that chance and all others for the ono chance 1 have hero to tpcnk for myself for my llbertjV The warden, appreciating the futility us well as the lack of wisdom In con-clous "OA.S VOL TELli MSWnEnE?" film ASHED. have tried me for murder: that would have brought the lady In." Hoo Lane gave a gasp of ecstasy ns she heaid Jimmy Valentine's Until She clasped her bands wotds. and turned lo the lieutenant governor, euinlmlug as she did so"Ob, uucle, just to think that he would not try to help himself keep out of Jail by telling about rescuing mo from that rulllan. And nil because be didn't want to drag me into - attempting anything further In tho lieutenant governor's presence, sub-sit- u MILS Vir.nhTEU rOKWAUIt HTKI'I'kD TKHTINOL.V. Rssssswssssm tstsssssA AVERTS AWFUL TRAGEDY. I'Piuly mhlce given Mrs. ('. W. s; TUK BAT." "consumption" cough nnd could do little to help her. many remedies failed, her uuut After urged her to take Dr. King's New Discovery. I have boon using It for some lime," she wrote "ant! the awful cough has almobt gone. It nlso nvcd my lit tlo boy when taken with n severe bron ciiln! trouble." This matchless medicine has no equal for throat nnd lung troubles. I'rlce CO cents tond 11.00 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Penny's Drag store. ot Marengo, Wht., (It. No. 1 ) prevented a dreadful tragedy and paved two lives Docttus hud said her frightful fought ""s u middle of the olQce. "My name Is Vid enilne, sir." he resHndisl "With your permUslou, wanton, I will speak further with this jome uiiin," Kay dlrwtisl at lluudler "Aw, he's making n gnuid stand falter play because there Is some one lien"Can jou tell mo where?" "Ami you" "Yes." He directed his cjes sigwas apologetic. Handler nificantly toward tho warden. only" "I've The lieutenant governor caught the like to t.illi "If you plenno. I suggestion and said to Valeutlue," svul;e I'ny coltll.v "Wardeu might I ask that this man Ht-'wuitiug "All right, go abend iuj ulet-o- . mul I bo left alone for a to talk" "Vnlentlue," said tho lieutenant gov momuatV" "Why1'" ernor, "can J on not as a favor lo u. "1 have asked a favnr of you, Sir u lot of skeptics open the prUou Handler I will Ih lexpouslhle for safer' your prisoner nnd the ladles will juir Tho prisoner cauio toward the of ion me, I i iw ' fleer of the state. "' spoke Mrs. Monro "Oh. "If tho wardeu will favor me with lutl Mrscertulu j simultaneously WcliMor and the combination I will try." Handler tiroko in. "You fourtlush-Ing"- - walked out uf the room. lint Handler was not so tpilotly ills ;oeri of lie su.ipcd at Kay "And without it?" continued Kay "Valentine will tell it straight Btorj', "I could no more do It than you barring a few facts. He was a crook; sir" "Were yon not convicted for doln-jus- hud part of the coin stolen If you nn Jump that pardon him." The what we usk?" warden leuued forward and leered "Yes. sir on tho cvldenco of a Cylu Into tho prisoner's fuce, saying, "If t rook iiud o V d. Kay turned to his niece. "Hose, are you sure this Is the man?" he said In low tones. Tho girl unhesitatingly stepped to. ward tho convict. "Mr. Vulentine. have you ever seen me before?" she asked. "Ys." replied No, J2S0 without a , t the case." Hose drew a deep breath and gazed adoringly nt Jimmy Valentine. "Oh. uncle." she cried, "Ku't he a perfectly dear safe breaker?" When Jimmy Valentine recovered from the effect of Hose Tamo's flattering description of him mul felt thnt he could look the lieutenant governor In the fnce without the twitch of a single muscle be asked his questioner If there was anything further thut be cared to know. "Yes," responded Kay. "I appreciate any thought jou may have had for the joung lady, my niece. Hut ns you did not know her. had never be fore met her and could thereforu have had little or no Interest In her, I do not see how any thought of Iter would have Influenced your actions. What think you, Mr. Valentine?" No. 1280 was temporarily nonplused by the isniotratlng perception und cold analysis of the lieutenant governor, who was questioning him as though he vaus on trial for his life, with Fay as tho cross examiner. "I mean," began Vnlentlue"! nieun they would have couvleted me of murder on her testimony very probably at least that Is what I feared if they knew about her und got hold of her ns a witness agniust me. 1 did not bcllevo they could convict mo on the burglary charge." Hose Lane's enthusiasm began to cool us sho heard her hero in his explanation hint that, after all, there might havo been some other motive than thought of and for her in his refusal to drag her Into a vulgar, sordid murder case. Sho was not experienced enough to realize that Jimmy Valentine hud to satisfy the keeti, searching, though withal kind hearted lieutenant governor, whose questions suggested a doubt of tho convict's Innocence. Hut the fultli of tho girl was not entirely shaken, Shu knew thut this uufortunato yoing man would surely straighten oM everything lu the end. How cout, any ono with k (racious and wlnnlnt; a smile and wi "Wonls are futile things sometimes," be said In n low, gentlemanly voice, with perfect pronunciation und intonation. "But I" "Yes, we know that," put In the lieutenant governor. Itoso Lane was deeply touched by the struggle that even her little burden of knowledge of the world told her was going on In the prisoner's breast. "Ooodbj-- , Mr. Valentine," sho said softly. Tho prisoner replied In ii halt whisper. "1 would rather you called me by My true i tiamo that is not disgraced. name Is Lee Randall." "Goodliy, Lis; Handall," said tho girl. "Uoodby. God bless was tho sun let's trembling response us he turned slowly away to be led back to his cell ami to Warden Handler. "Hose," called the lieutenant governor. "Yes," said the girl, going to lilm. "Is be Innocent?" "Why, certalulj-.- " "That's your intuition';" "Y'es, mid that's all a girl has in iudgliig men. Don't you think he Is innocent, uucle?" "1 don't know, but I think ho might be honest were he given the chance." "And you tire going to give it to him?" "We will go to the governor. Tho matter rests entirely In his bands." Hose threw her arm around her uncle's neck and kissed him fondly. "Tho warden Is very angry, nnd tho man is helpless," she said fearfully. "Why. they might even kill" "Oh. no. Hose, not that." "Hut you realize" "Yes, but I dpn't think they would daro since I" "Hut 1 am In a chill of fear. The 0 1 1 o 0 l to o warden's mnnner" "Most wardens are bullies, Hose, und I don't thluk this Handler an ex ception; I think a few words from mo might" At this Juncture Handler stormed Into the oUlce. Ho glared angrily at his visitors. At Kay's direction ltoso went out Into the waiting room. sion, governor?" he asked sneeringly. "Mr. Handler," sternly, "let mo say something to for your own beneYou are au employee of tho state. fit Umplojees havo been removed, oveu wardens, for a speech no more discourteous than tlio ouo jou havo just made. When Valentino gets out aud I hope it will be boon I am going to usk lilm how he was treated, mul If ho tells mo you treated lilm any worse after today than beforo 1 came I promise you a little polite Ii I. (load day, sir." The lieutenant governor followed CONTINUED NEXT WEEK MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN. Foley's Hotioy and Tar Compound la a wife and effective medicine for children ns It doog not contain opiates or harmful drugs. The genuine Feley's Honey and Tar Compound U in a yellow pickar. Shugars und Tanner. SAFE "Finished your star chamber ses- (,' V4-- - The Inferior Journal. Establishes! 187k M. 8AUFLEY,. Tke Richmond Nonnal FROM LETTER INTERESTING LINCOLN COUNTY 8TUDENT Richmond, MAKING WORK EA3IER t f SHELTON ..Publisher Apr SHlb. Probably tha county euperinlcridentered nt the postortlce nt Htan- - ent nnii lr,,tCP. n1 W0 n our other ford ns second clIUs mall. f I lends ot Lincoln woulu llko to know -- how their future teachers sfo spend' DEMOCRATIC TICKET. lng their time at tho Normal school Judge. For Circuit HON. OHAH..r,d A. HARDIN, ltlebmond Is ono of tho best towns cf Morccr County ion tho map, excluding Stanford. As There is one Improvement thin most of yon know, It has ely been town badly needs, and It la one that n short tlmo slnro the good peoplo A street from bore, again won In can be easily had their IochI option Losuii avenue across l.ancaster street election. Tho town gave us soveral and to Dr.inille nveiuic, a part ot Rood locturcs during that cainpnign vrhluii Is already open. Such n street lnclU(ltRR one Dy O'Kear and vlll shoiten the distance a half, nllSnnotlier by Prof. Ctirroy, a second or more tor fully one fourth of tn ,lookl,r T Washington, chlldieii in attendance upon tho grad-whlIe thcre nro IUi,ny R00d thnKs id seliool who nrc now compelled tojto hciir und PCc ln tne town tl ls tiiko the loute by Main street whlcii thai which takes placo on tho K. K. Is too great a walk for small chil- 8. N. campus that most Interest us. dren, or else go by the railroad which I shall tell you or only a few ot tho is too dnngeroiis for thorn, or else best things wo hnvo had since tho through Mncksvlllc which I sa most;bv;llm,nf;R of ti,0 Wtcr term Improper way. Tho street suggested We have something good from could bo opened nt little expense and sonic member of tho faculty at each would be a source of great profit to (Impel exorcise But in addition the tho people who own tho lands to be following distinguished persons havo travcrcsd by It, ns It would open up given us ery excellent and instruc May Music ! Festival ! 4, 5 and 6. Concerts: Threo Nights and Two Attcrnooos. Flvo Urand I I Stanford People Ure Pleated to Know How It It Done. It'i pretty hard to attend to duties With a constantly aching buck; With nnnoylng urinary disorders. tl A YEAR STRICTLY. IN ADVANCE - At Louisville May j '..- Bonn's Kidney Pills havo made vork easier. So thousands rmvo graccniliy testi-lied- . They'ro for had backs. They're for weak kldnoys. Htanlord peoplo gladly recommend SHOES SHOES ones SHOES for Comfort, Dress, or Protection. They come first. For dress and comfort you want the WALK-OVEYou can find them at our place in both Low and High Shoes inVici, Dull Leather or Patents, at 3.50 $4 and $5 the pair. The Old Man's wide toe, low heel, Kentucky Flat in both lace and Congress at 3.50. For a first-clas- s, easy servicable Work Shoes, The Menzies is the best, at 3.50. Come in and look at them. R. I DAMRdSCH Symphony Orchestra, And ihrt Now York Louisville Musical Club 150' Voices. St. Bontraco Church Choir, 60 Now Albany voices. DO voices. Choir, n jaso Children's voices, from lic Schools. i Choruses, - Ixnitsvlllo 450 Pub- - Mme. Alma Solo Artists: Cluck, Soprnno, Metropolitan Co., and a brilliant nr- Opera ray of other Kmlncnt Artists. Mrs. S. J Hubble, tjinenster, m., 'I Know mm Stnnlnrd, Ky., says: Doan's Kidney Pills helped mo Dud. 1 Therefore, havo not tho leant lie. tntlon In recommending them. My kldnoys wore disordered for somo time and nlthough my condition wits not serious, I was nevertheless an My bark adieu no) pd a gieat deal almost constantly and sometimes berime ho Imic that It required a great effort for mo to stoop. There were nlKo other symptoms of kidney complaint tbnt canned mo distress. Hlnco using DoanB Kidney Pills, procured nt Hhugurs und 1 miner's dmg store, nil these troubles havo uljappenrei. and my httilth has improved." hor sale by all dealers. Price M' i'o., riiutmlo. tents. FoliT-MllburNew York, sole agents for the I'nln Stales. ilemeniber the nnmc Donn's and tako no other. n Deans' Is there anything more important than l Season Tlckots, April 2U. $1.60 and ed seats. 2. All on sale Single Tickets, with reserv- J. 'i e School Superintendents TO ATTEND DIG MEHTING IN RICH MOND EARLY IN MAY- A eonxountion For Reduced Itallroad Fares Ask our Local Agent. Address and ltcmlt to w of the County Super cne of the most desirable residence streets In tho town. Tho demands of the school require It, the health and comfort of n largo per cent of the school children raako It a neccssfty. Nothing Is in th6 way of Why don't this town couucll it. '.vnuo up? The demand for the houses Such a is greater than the supply. street would furnish a placo to build needed housus. It would help the town and everybody in it. The third National Peaco Congress will meet in Baltimore, Md., May :, to 8, Its predecessors meet in Now York in 11)07 and In Chicago in l'JO'J. This meeting will bo nold under tho auspice of all the lending Teaco So- -' ciotles ln tho United States, devoted to tho settlement of substantial dis putes by means other than war. I'ros ident Taft will be ono of tho speak ers. AVAYNE COUNTY. Miss Alice llankln, or Tulsa, Okla., and Minnie Couley or Bud, aro guests mal chnpel. or Mr. and Mrs. V. JC. Jones. Tho Bargelt Concert Company, gavo Mrs. Henry L. l'hllllps loft Mr. and Tuesday for their new homo near a very interesting program Jan 'M. Alton B. Packard, tho noted carThey are driving through Lebanon. and will btop a few days with their toonist, as with us in March. daughter Mrs. A. I'. Young at Liberty. Tho Barlllotte CoNccrt Co., Inter Misses Lula and Mamie and Mr. Mack tamed us very highly on Feb. 10. KxQor. Hoch of Kansas delhcred wllll leave tho latter part or this ono or tho best addresses of the sea-peweek. on the Progress of Kansas. Mm. Jamos Tato has roturnod from Hut the beat treat we have had wan I.oulsvTlle where sso hoc been under Shu Is greatly the lecture glvon by Lieut. Pearson medical treatraont. Iiobeon, hero of the Memmac, now improved. from Alabama, and Vice Mr. John S. Oatts and family have Colorado, President nt the United Stales branch Hi and on, returned Iron m Conference wiisre laoy imre eoeu irving iui a. the International Pence was mtt "reai ues.ruy. vhlle, Tho climate didn't agree !" tive talks lrom tho chapel platform. The Stato Inspector .Mr. .Mc Kenrlo Todd was with us about the first ot February. Tho day allowing Mrs Christio Field lecturer of tho Y. M. C. A. gac a talk on India. I'rof Speed of Loulsvillo gave an II lustrated lecturo on tho Condition ot Schools ln Kentucky. Ho also show ed borne of tho consolidated schools o! our sister atntos on tho north of us. I am so sorry that such lectures as tlris cannot be given whore trus tees and patrons of tho rural schools can see the advantages of the con solldated school system. Mr. Ship, Superintendent of the Winchester schools addressed the students on March 4th, Dr. YoBgor, President of (ho (isorge town college gavo a fine nddrcEs on training schools for practical life. Mrs. Ueauchamp, President of the V. C. T. Y., was with us about tho middle of March and she always has something good to say. Wo havo also had the privilege or nttondlng tho different numbers of a very fino lecture courso at tho Nor ANDREW BROADDUS 80 Columbia Ixiuisville, llldgi h Jilntendeut or tho Kastorn Kentucky .vrmn i)gtrirt win bo held nt ? Hirhinotul on May 2 3, and I. l'resl j,,,,,. H- - seeeeeeeoeeeeeoeeens' MRS. BETSY GOOCH DEAD. Mrs. Betsy fiooth wife of Matt Uoocli, of near Olive cluircli In tho Waynesbtirg section died nt her broth or, Mr. .1. . Acton's aged about 15. She Is sun Hod by tier husbnnd nnl ono son, aged 10 years. Doeusned was a good Hind Christian lady, and war consistent member or the Baptist church. Mrs. Hooch was n groat Sunday school ai: cnurch work cr and many will mourn her loss. Piirinl oeourred after services at Oltve church. NOTICE Of OISL'OLUTION. The Htmtonvllle Itollnr Mill Company a corporation under the lews ol state ot Kentucky, doing business m the town of Hustons Die , Kentuckv., i now closing up its business aa & Prompt relief In all caes of throat ! orporitlon. All peons halng claims mid lung troublt- - l ynu uio Cliamber neaint it. win nnxi-n- f tiom fnr mv laln'H Conch Kemody. Pleasant to ,n ment. L T Young dent Crabb U now sending out the in i nations for tho meeting. Suierin tendent Ireland of Stanford and Sin gleton or the county will bo present. Tho Eastern Summer school will open at the Normal school at Itlch mond for its fifth session of six -M Mft.t JW'r"LXVi? fir assTXA wtw weeks on June 12 running to July :', The behool Is for teaehsra of eri clash and Ixts ti targe rnenlty of ex pert inetmctors lu all subjects -'Ihoro will be dally nddrtMses on AJ. J""--IT'S RISKY. WE HAVE THEM ALL ON THE RUN subjects of popular interest by writ hnawn sponkora and frequent must to keep n homo of nur on wl.h - lwtiin It to sunnblnc hleh pnide cat concerts popular lectures and out having a fW IniMrmieo Kllcy to lumber W know ol none tbat fur- "'"" .T1- 1- "-- ,few wa readings. ,1 " liM.7a In tafclng out ' rkeap-.- rriunger There will b. coar.es in poday a rol'cy are ih like- Iiii.Ikt ran b nmtrhetl our prins in psjThology, ehlhl study the history ly to brenk out s any tlmo, with 'cannot. Olve us )our next order nr.d prilosogy and practice of education wiy' n"u ,,ow WUKl ,MK u lHkfs to nn" In'aT'd" b aml how much h i,,,h a primary niethose, maausl training W. S. FISH . I and others. Stanford, Kentucky J. McRoberts, y'jv .rrr fifesrj mj '? TO Xwy JKr: IZlXrJcl - ""t en !?"" A ' "' 'r '" Fresh Oysters: STYLE. flUE"' s,an,ar'1' Ky:. 1 S' &Trea- - iV-- shi:VeheflU,,K ... 'SERVED IN ANY CONCRE lio ki IN c lrl. BROTHER JOSIAH, SiMIIIIW ,,. Will Be Presented At The Springs Hotel, TRG BG$T meAL - in ( i-- riin ptltlon todnnil kluu ul eon- Mlork Work, l'mt-m.m- i roliiig uHi u iumIcv uuy H.111C IrMU A aiui lu fnrt. w Lull tlnwii ion Wv ma torvr Too pro., pur und fu.nxiit.'- - nr.l-cln- n work mid mnlxrial Vil umi u'l our prllr r t(ur )su buy your mm-rl- ol nt j PHILLIPS BROS., I Thursday, - April - 27th, - 1911. CAST OF CHARACTERS JoHlah Armstrong $TAHF0RD Carson's W.A. CARSON, PROP. Restaurant i short with Mr. Oatts. Msntioello OuHoo. structural iron Urtle JIcManlgaJ, worker confessed to aoteetlve la Chicago that to wtis Implicated in a bls)i hid led to the descrtw-Hon of $S,CO.000 worth of property! and caused the loss of 113 Uvea, Including those of the men wno were fcllkd In the ojuJoalon wniah'wrocJtert the plant ot the Los Angeled Times MoManlgat accused Jim MoN'smr.ra He M. A. Schmidt and Dave Kaplan. secretary of said John McNamar. Association Or tho International Structural Iron Workers, furnished tho money and tho explosive. alleged that bridges had boen blown up in many placi. y PS1 fa MA 7WtjPfjj3s JX w5kJ U. H Urerelt James, Wellirirton Armstrong's rJuti-- r .. .... T somas Morrr Mrs. Wellington Annstroiie. Wife of WeiUaatoa Clara (Vtiur Jeuunlmy, Wire of Joslah. . . Pearl Colnor Gladys Annstronic. Daufhter of Wetiacton. Kataerla AIMdletou uJot Klanr, Uaackter of U Hhnnr Kdlth I Mrs. M. M. rerftln evening dre s A number ot couples In represent ' tne goes'- Jo "" " another forcibly address at chapel the Ure New York City. Heme of Wellington Armstrong rext morning on "Tae Llkllbood of Time The Preient War lietweeeii United States and Japan." e s n XJ Tk T. We have tke greatest treat ahead ji J& CJ. A has been of us yet. Tne Y. M. no fortunato ns to angafle tke Hoa. William J. Hrsn to apealt for us niter noon or tho zsin gr tins moiun. 1 stippone tliore will be several Lincoln county cltiiens who will take sdysn-lcof hearing this great orator. The bABs ball season has Just open-oWhen and we are having some gootl yur phjician has pre- games. sen in.! a mediiino t'T you to I will close dike, thu next important step h to hi wiping Ulint the have th U prescription placed in tho board of trustees will uot give all the hands of a thoroughly reliable) and competent best schools to tho best teachers who so it will be compounded exactly as dlreetcd. Wc have gained nn enviable reputation stay at homo whilo eome ot us como for always being very careful and painstaking la or us come hero spending whnt littlo our compounding nnd feci thatr In all justice to your monoy we do make trying to learn own gootl health, you should bring your next prescripHero, too, you will find a complete nnd intion irj-esomething that will benerit peoplo at viting display of toilet nrticles, rubber good, soaps, homo, then havo to tako tho little perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. sr.toola nr nono nt all. A Student For interior decorating wo carry and recommend ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and seo samples of tints and ask us about it. I . onng vuthnr Henry N'owopmbe. A Hlslna Hiram l'eustrohe. WelllngUin Arms! one's t.'enfWeatlal Welilnston Iteujamtn llutler Armstrong. Joalah's Son William I ItUne, A Wealthy Hmtter A Wealthv Farmer Armstrong. A Wealthy rohor "iwy, iil Sit IJ f M. M. .Wul .. Kolrtnson l'ortiins yn fof. Man Tm Mnek r.uer iL itrouauah Peuus - wWA 44 JK A UNObATAKER fie 1 nrono. HewI'tMitM.lflT AND KMKALMKR Ptmsip ,6. Sfifini S'jitbigs . iititjtx: iT-- e Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded tcjis. d My uen spring sm auniia.r saiageM aie Bw ready lor your- tiispectiea. ': ne eowtprtse tae best oa tB wiirket . I ln iriitn l. Ien Urn ba4 mi anreae as to price Ml A VMUse Hiae u OMtr. . ;roi" tl' i' ir nii'au.e 'u ,refaMhlo t" to tile plBltt. h Ir a 44v mrde clothes. T have titem the stublo. Wveri k'il erf staMe ittitt to measure doesn't coat aur too. (Joo-I-, irf owirs, sail rateoaib-- e tame uan ready iiurte alio ejuallly fit Ik In prlro Tli. '. to to to aditfonn M me taki eottsvldireil. t'ooi la and jKWf measure to our hurnesa H.L. RUf'LKY, The PraaMca' TdHr. J C. ic ruHijt HOMO'S OVCRCOAT (. iiste , - 'ry - . ...i. 'N-4- rl MeC', 5fiiri J.L. Be tz ey&Co HNr)BHTAe-Ms-i AND Horse Shoeing, ' i ALSO ER IN DEAL. MAT. FURNITURE, TINGS, RUfiR THLY WILL . EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF 6T0CK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. STANFORD, : Wagon Wok dsno Any citstlna brok- n. as good as new. All work juaiamrod. Wo solicit part of your , patronag'j. J. H. GREER. Somerset St., Stanford, Ky. and letlv Carriage Tie-iH-- d Hrt class.. If you want a bathroom that will last you a lifetime, let us Install ono for you NOW. We carry the best line of tin, spouting, Myer's pumps, gre. phle, roofing, paints, charcoal filters antary and a rjuaranteed line of bathroom fixtu-r- s W. K. WARNER, Stanford, Ky. j. MEDICINE NOT A RELIABLE NARCOTIC Mrs. F. Marti, St. Jo0 Mich., say "Our little boy contracted n severe bronchial trouble and as tho doctor's mcdlrlno did not cure tilnf I irave him Foley's Honer and Tn- - Cnnjnoiind In which I have great faith, it cured tho cough as veil hh th-- . ranking nnd gaggot well In it short ging cpe'ls, and tltnn I.ilL'a Ifnnm nnil Tn, Pnni- pound ha: nryiv times onved us much are never without It In trouble and Hie house nnd Tanner. A : TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS am now located on Fourth street, with ihr not eiiulpiieil stuble In Dan- dnil Will hA r. . Vl'te t vri.i . f.i rw rfw. at ..... w ... Ard will bho '" llm the Indlin KENTUCKY 1 PENNY'8 DRUG STORE. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Tho Kureka Port sit Co, a corpora, lion uudor the of th stute o Kentucky, doing bubluess In Slnuioni Ky., has beeu placed in the liandu i a rocolver. All persons havlag claims against It should filo thorn with me not lator 24-than May 1st. 1911. emineous tre.uuuuil D. T. H LOOAN. Stanford, Koutucky I ; s.eaT' I Slgar For sme itestaurant. bikery. da fountain tr Ilrlng room sLov A kuix' staiiel ur.il splendid business. Tne pliti e Is well furnished and the trwk or giocerles rlgnis tc., aiu nsw 'I Ins Ik ii good chance lor ono to make good money For rurihor particulars see U It. Hughes or W. L .mtiary, Stanford, Ky. COME TO LOUISVILLE! At Our Expense. e swr !tf?Tf wsjflf tit w ftntnr? tiffi? ww nfwww r s WE ARE STILL -- RAILROAD FARES REBATED, COMMENCING ARR. 10. E The Plan ' HEADQUARTERS-! '. a . 4 Purchase a round trip ticket from your home to Louisville. When you have completed your shopping in this store, take your return ticket and your sales checks, which are given you with each purchase, to the credit desk, south end of the building, first floor. We will refund to you in cash your railroad fare, provided it is not over 5 per cent of the total amount of your purchase. If your railroad fare is more than five per cent of your purchases, five per cent will be refunded on the amount of your purchases. ' FOR 1 XT STEWART DRY GOODS INCORPORATED. Ladies' .AND Co., LOUISVILLE, KY. ::: The Best Service in the South Send Your Mail Orders. Every Transaction has the Stewart Guarantee .of Quality and Service. PERSONAL and SOCIAL ll.lmllock rumo up liom to sjiend Sunday with friends hero I Ldl....!!. .. !!.. lL...u. ti ff, wmMJiiu- - 111 iiiriiiiiiKmtiiit .un.,. was iioro vttta irlonds but week. Mrs. W. W. liny ba iBn im Uw sink list for MVtrRl days. II. II. MnEtarsnn, ot Nw llttpe, uly this weak. otune up on ImilnuM Mies I '(fir I Arey has me to IHirii-aid(i) accept A tHMlUtiH u'lUt U Oeo. P. Taylor Vo. Alra. M. J. Ada who Ha aatati tH with Iwr chiMtwM la Twi wwitr will i.Kum here ifciii wiwk u mm- tier hne with her dauiratet. Hit T. 1 v- -. e Genfe' i Childrens; M ' W. liunniiHttwi. nt VN it. v. l.utreii, ot UwenuMi. who i a Kolpy'a Kirfaev lill .fintaln In loeutflilato for tbo dettiocraUe mnullui- dayn. lnrp4lBi)tn nf fori tuiu M. M. Owann. T. U (Mpiinlur; 0. A(mwm. of Mt. t;ou lor htatn BatietiatfBdBflt Unm li "' liahftl th raiHMitlc ralile fo rtlm rc of hU kltlnpy anil bladder :i:- Img. wh har tor a abort Ub laat U. (tough awl 8am (jaMntlo nnt t Stbooln rru liere fpt- a ahort .hti aud wpiiU. Foley's Kidney I1lls ttoak 1lh HU naa4M, Mlaa Sastlla Tar UlcbiaiMMl Mowlay to rary elevr p,., (onie ,, r,.Ht5rllth.. rf,orJ; ru thr Friday. Im-Jmy ca the iodral court. "tinitw. SUucara and Tanner. folio but he teaiifcl the doRMMrata In Mr. aa4 Mm Capt D. II. Uoy Mr. 9nHI It. irrRitbl wction .strons for HmthkIrIh Ja-- Seaaley ihk loat n lino xr-mar" ltoan SftuMey. awt Mr. aad Mr. Mai Laalactua rtaturaar .o ftud th IlamteU. from some unknown cauac IYIilay HHoy, Miw lloria Jau I ton aaya U . aiwamar. H waatarf to "he iwhto was ruanlna; looao In thp TO TRAVELERS. Mll. l'aHny, cHirH n Kiortiac T. J awrii Staafortt'a ppia4lon. imalHra whaa It awddonly fell dead. . Crab Orchard Jllll. Jr.. anil Annoy Winn waat to L. U BaMara. I am tlio nnnt Ih thin portion It In auppoked to lmva bad a Heart for tin: Crent Amarlcan FrHiihlort in attaud Um w4dl Stanmahip oi m la Lauknrilla huylaa-- fmxto attack. lino pnluta. to Kkrnuean all Uaawsll Saofl.iy to Mlaa HMm day. So nut, wBnii yon think of travo'tnu. ' M. A. IDcaMilam. atate n$mi. for wblah tnkwa ptaoa timJghL W. LANDGRAF, l.&OO oeilnr tanco post for eale. (load ' . M. lUtotm aa4 daughter t b .Mm. Jm Waynotburg, Ky. luaUotMi typewriter, iraa here onoS- - A , t u or .Mftywved are laHlim Mra. HocukHotuHajT aAahlMR banda with kla (iipt. H. K. l'ownl killed another noy, Ky. 4 dntiHhtor, Mra. Jauiea Itlebela. W. J. nahy frteatla. fox nftor hie olilekeiia laat weoiv C!ee Hammonds who works for .1. Siwrke Ik In lulavlllo undor troat- Kev. It. K. Nool npnt amoral itayn On account ot tbv uuokwaid bprliiK,vv- - ""l'ars o ntlio Crab Orchard pike, niciit- - iH a, apeclHliet. Jir. Mpa'rks hna laat wok with (let. J. H. Wooda unit (Tlivlli.llti Dviv will h.m f.rilnn tlbm In'.. . " uu a ol8C narrow last bdun Hfr8rlnB with a. bad throat. We family at IVlnt wnor lie waa ., , l" "" k and C"mo Uoar haWn ",9 rlnl nro Rtad to know that It I. nothin, . nurruiaai w.th birthday dinner w. uu.riuii jop cut off. Ho will be laid tin for ot n wrlous nature. Ml. Varaon HI and plenty of iOd tnthlutfed Jowl nad u.iij. nm im woataas improemat i;iuo. aeveral da-- . nal. irreii. Iter. J. B. Joihm wtll pnaacli at ft.! Xeada'aeat aVwdar afternoon at thiate THE SOUND .EBP OF GOOD HGALTH. oekaek. Can not be rer estimated and any uitWMt It Ib a menace Mr. Ueo.'se Cruw has rented tta , hmhi, ,hrt Itrerenta , t.i. - u.i-,0wv . ,rfllu . lain1, "I hive heor, Rn- Mar. Wiecoiiala, aayaImp on Uaat Mala street atlaMMl allll V. ., .,. afuu41 t ulitht Mr mati tacbestar. who tKo. Creh rirtHt In Stanford h. years goa ay, Mm. J. W. HMlara, waa tore Hunday ahakthf hand wllh Orcaanl ptktt, hag Ihmmi on the ctek Janes llnautitaa, Dr. A. S. Aloflett, o. Lebanon, gze Carlo lirittaln una Mm. T h Ikildwln, of Itlcrimoud, tro gi.esta iho l'rcli toiiirofintlon week with friends In IiIxukiii. )elHlId liore SMnUuy. Tlioir .Mm V It l'rl). of I.iailavlllo, Is m Air ami Mm. V. II. dliankn over n riundur. pallor, Hrww, la exii.u d (lie of Mrs. Sue Yonnir. Wesley T. Johnson cnino up l rum iliv ruit of Ma). Appurami .Nat'us Iihb returned t lnuluef, WtnalMMtur after spmidliiK several UMilarllle Sunday to mc his ho u. attil .uiloriiiK from ,i liniKoti Our Irlond .Mr. O. J. Mui.ma, ot week with 111 NKItlllT IltTll. ! oavtl li .ill. Uracil, ItoctauUte, lm fre- Mr. mill .Mi. J. II. Hmiftitiimi lure Hum, to the wlf,, of It. U. White, oi qui'iitly attctida mrt dure, wb raar-rioreturned fro ma week's islt to lwtit l 'rati OrcRnrtl, a oaiiRbtnr, wlio In JorforMnrflla, nu:., to MIm m till iiml Sit I.m(. named Itfiodn Vlminla. , The mMlier Vnnbook, tbo lwpular rtauluer Mm. J. H. McAlhtw K "y, Mlaa, In w.ull kmwii In Stanford hh Kim of llr. Hon Vanhook. M the UM of trlimilw mul rehtthee Callto ilurton lioionj ar mar.iacs. In tale ami lloyfe owmity. The Ceaunl UHlvwMtr base ball Mr. 'jwrm H Kaoalh. Jr., f SHORT LOCAL NBWfc toiim will play ttu naiTr1ty of rtrtB te Xr. mms Mi. K. T. at Uativllle Wadnaaay after-nooI Mill elean all klii(4a of but at K In um Rat Itna. ,the 29th. li KatHMH-'twrbar atMp taJa wacK. Mr. mul .Mr. D--. 0. Kwt vitte4 V. U. Wearoa haa raauxl hin homo Mr. aad Mm. Jwlih MttUltte an Let mo Insure your hou-iand barn on Knt M",tt atraat to .Mr. and Mm. before the file, R. M. .Mum lleelo Fowlo in xpi'iiillng the Mm. to (( lt. il Hal Shoes I W2 weAueSCL Z3 8 5 im-clnna- Kaort, Or. Cdr s Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KY. 1 ili NewlanJ. H0 f & Charlea Luted for tfce wiairaer. trim. UM tr lw avant d V6. re ,....;, - r'l.. vrriRF lt THE HOME OF HART 8CH AFFNEH &. MARX CLOTHiU Mnr, that your stomach Ih tho trouble. To remove tho cause Is the fit' t thing, and Chain liorlaln's stomach and Liver Tablets, Uarred l'lynioutli nocl: oss, 50c 111 do that. Knsy to take and most for 16. Kobert n. Carter, Stanford. etfeethe. Sold by O. I.. Penny. v Your tonguo Is coated. Your bronth Is foul. Headache come and t;o. snow These symptom Those Fighting Game Chickens. ' THE GPEY GRIST3. Tho Prettiest Fowls In tho World Eggs If. for $:i.00 S. J. EMBRY. JR. Ky., n. F. D. Nc. 2 24-- 0'Hr , Itomember the Klocutlonary und .Mjsicnl entortHlnment to bo given by -' I lk, .. t"' " .. .'"..iic., " " iu .... ..,,,... Imported stock Baff Orpington eggs 75 cents for 15. Baby chicks $2 per Catherliiu Thompson and Mm. , dozen. Mrs. W. J. Holtxclaw, Harrison, or Pans, Ky., at tho Ky., Route No. 1 'Phone 533 Christian church Wednesday ovenlnp,' 6b at 7.30. Admission, 2r S. A. HILL cunts. Chlldiuu undor 12 years IS Single llrecder of finest strain Comb Rhode Island Reds Elock and egRi for sale In season. It. cents. K. L No. S Lancaster Ky. illss Stan-foro- o 2 r IioirI Tesult always follow the use Fitio strain S C, Whlto Leghorns ! Frler'u KWney mils. They aire Hoavy layinjr strain. Kgas ?l for 1C prompt rollet in all lildney of and Madder dltordera. Try tlieai. Sirs. J. I). AIcKee, Klng"8 Mountain Ky. Shatars and Tanmir. ew tj .. mi BsoaiEiiaeia PURE BRED POULTRY. (4 - lire . Jbarlaae K. rwelt, of aldoOa. , cf pan acrw 9t a lailaatnn aad Ijuwuater. a as raised ta Unowu eouas a,nd --a asaay Brkaada fc y whu will moYo nata -- .lib hi totally ol ""' Wdnara. Mv appetite was enn my general concilium f" neat MoMsy. Mr. Powell arrived 1a v.rv iimca ran down I h.ive beei -. 1111 but a Hy todw. Iht II Wmeily preaoa 'i"1!' 1Iota'"t)mn now leep nH coiind e-- air back and' oreiio-..- . ii'i 0wy For Sale By Reliable Breeders Line C'iMh In thin column fl ''.i i for f ioii ) S H 3 .1 fi iS 3 2 Ilarrod Plymouth eggs for sale, i for 15. Also Indian Iiuansr duck otjm Xl tor 18. ilrs. Anderson Njinnelloj', ' iMct'lua Houte, Jforeland, Ky. (For Sals Indian Runner Duck sTggt. for setting ef 12. THE Indian Runnor is known as of the duck family, for egai wr. Proetof, Phone V83. $1 la Lktaville. a a Anvoei'- - mck, ay enr!l ecndltlon Ik Iraerered, and I know ihat Klditey Pllh bare cured me. Shuirar awl Tanner. a FoU-y- a mr,waiam&AJ'ii.. ?mf' . f?Lw oE. a,A? ?' jDr5HtC,J f !' -- win cnifTONaoniEJ U'"- ,.?!. ,H - HMNajk Fur the nest "WHy nuek ea frow a Uy'at iitrala $1 or smtnc af 1? tltt coucreajaUau hiaelve tt AnHKderji jtmj(i ,jfo. i hiaareru. Ijt few .oeKs the Hap will bold their aer- ires at 'the coart Ioum. a new car- is betn put down, and plntua; w-r- k 'A C. C. WITHERS, BUFF ORPINGTON Eggs For Sale 15 for $1 R. F. D. Ne. 2. 'Phone 1431 Stanford, Ky. J SPBIE& CL0TI1I- - HHrht makoa a anlvu that villi cure white swotting enrhiH-aleg- , "bolls, bone fekuis, cute, enras, i.l so wiro outs. ImriioM sores and Boratehos on ylur horses, tiuarantted 2(V'il to euro. 26 and (.Oc a box. 'PIiuMe 2 P. O. Ilox 190, Uoarne I. and other reiwlr being Hone. Eggs for setting. Phone 15. Pure Crescent S. C. White Leghorns. Miss Lizzie Davtson, Pure bred Black Mlnorcas Eggs $1 per setting ,Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford. EGGS'ROR HATCHING. Uuff Orpingtons.. Jl and J2 per 15 lllack Mluorca $1 for 15 vvhjtc eggs 5t per setting. WyandottoH Slhor A. C. Alford Stanford, KyiFarm ltan Satisfactory hatch i M cents for 15. Oliolce Whlto Wyandotte cockerels. guaranteed. fcfcss 91.50 for 15. .Mrs. J. N. Cash, Miss Anno H. Trlbble,. Danville, Ky. S. C. Vhjte Leghorns itraln year 'round layers Diamond of large, Be CONVINCED that I can furnish nwfury rirrlr 0ly rompkU'lr drrinn intrtn u wirlirr you better styles, better values and bet rrpuubltf u dsnue ter patterns for LESS MONEY than H J ln Iltli Ourrh ronuini tmt Oi. any one. You will never know until js? L.i.n mil Kin th airmir .u .urUrm mtrm. tut Clrrh r u tatcn llltrnaiir bfa. J Ilk U. you see what I have. Absolutely hand &V.' rora. ?v. pn hotu. ' Beware of Ointments forCntnii thut Contnhi Alercury, tltruuith the tlm tbv hIuim muroin K1 ! knd cntrrl'iit UH ot imril uken Suoti Uuy UU Stanford. from M iuo 1 f IllpV ianfie in PriCe irOlll tblO tO iboU. i ailUl&U aii , m oiil oil llll UUIlUUli OOilll Stanford, Ky. "" T? riHinQinn fcM t DETSY'S PQINTFRft .. . . ... , nullum i. hu. viiiucd nuaiiu, . Kin'u ,..., . .. If you wont hens that lay In winter, complexion auu snnpoiy nguro buouiu when egBs nro hlrh. (let the S. ft A nii?lpt nhvulrul TArrl..i. Uutt Orpingtons. Hggs II for 15. W. P. Klncald, Phono 199, Stanford. 2L J " hteenuorgonii bells, tn.iula, . r eQU'rPd woinana k) mnasium 'containsi - und adjusts seales at to.?K tint a wnsntub, rollliuc pin. swoeper, mop, rowing machine, and a set of good torn iirlco See blm for pilous Indian Runner duck eggs for sole, c wonths old, you buy AddresH Crab Orchuid Kv dlBl, towels; nnd then, to complete '1'" f"r ia BaX (nun theia. Curf. injaufmcturru uo Itoinlo, O . by V ChrupT A v. uunn n.i I. inu of bl.K.I n.l miinxu tlw rou Cura be IUII ami nuui in iowuo. uoy ImtRnoiiULt mIUU.-1UrtlJww.up.- I0IU Ui IUU KUU1 OIII UN1UIV .u THOROUGHBRED 8. C, R. I.' REDS Indian PURE BRED POULTRY Runner Duck cjjgs SI for 12 Fggs for sale $1 for 15 fluff Orpington egg it 15 Imported Cock at Head of Yard. Kngllsh Salmon Fnvornlls 5 for 16 D. M. WALKER, Stanford. 'Phono 130. MRS. S. J. EMBRy, JR. Darrod Plymouth nock cjcrs. For liatchlnK of tho llncat, breeding. Our chickens nro large; big boned, and well tarred. Kgga 13 for 1, 100 for T5. Mm. S. K. Dudderar. R. n. No. 2 Lancaster Ky. . V- . be-O'- " Umniberlatn'a ntomach nnd llvr & tnblets asit nnturo in driving nil In- - Try Peerless chick and poultry feed,-- ( 8. C. Brown Leghorn eggs, purities out of the system, Insuring o jo pound enck 25 conls. per setting. Mrs. J. M. Ore's, nnd regular condition and restor- Ir No. 4, Sunford. COFFEY 4 COLEMAN, 'Phono 380 ine tho orsana of the body to health Prompt Dellvery.caster, Ky. Pline 196. uud strength. Sold bv Q. L. J'ounj 7:' r tawC0F7M",CT",te--"- B. C. Cresccut strain white e?. horn eggs 75 cents a setting during 50 cent April Uual prlco 11.50. Also for sulo R. F. D. n pen of Diamond strain Whlto Leg. Q. Lan- - iiuriiH, ueauea uv imported cock. Mn Uixlo Davison. Phono 15 Stanford, ' Ky. five WJr" r-- " fall voted a bond Issue of $2,000,000, to be spent upon the highways of Wayne county. The state will also helm and the result will be 2S0 to S00 miles of first class highways, covering tho county with Detroit as a center I!y GOOD ROADS INCREASE 8ELLINQ spreading the payment over SO years It VALUE OF RURAL PROP- ?"D-M-- F" Is found the Increase in taxation la so CRTY. On an small as nut to he noticeable inonny. ' average, 80 acre farm It will bo some Effectiveness and If one were to ro out to buy a farm. thing like )1 30 a yenr nnd when he allfthtod at th railway j Unique Features of New TreatRoads well built are permanent. LARGE AND SURE RETURNS Mtnlron, was met by th real mlatn1 Enor-- : Create ment, njtvnt, who told him he had two fitrtn Clteti a moderate amount of attention inous Demand. and expense for maintenance 8 O'CLOCK P. M. practlefllly alike, imc four miles oaet There Is no reason why the present olh Bicco'u In Your Cue Oaarantwd. mi a Rood maradam road, and th of Hlahwayi Is Net Improvement generation should carry the whole bur cfntlnHl lny, .weeks unit monthnro ofover, Th Matter of Expense, but an Invert er four ml lea weat. oi a dirt ram!, the' den. and the future should be rollevod i rheumatics rcUlrrine ment With Oeod Roari the Fann chances ore ton to mm tlint the buver therefrom. ino-- t iinldu remedy eu r known, powerful tano Wnltx Vnnin'ixvta would prefer the farm upon the rothI 1j now coneeded to lw McKobeita awl Mitry Mtwre ltatwy. Will Produce Greater Revenue. Mfo mid The plan piece o nal and willingly pay more money to road eory of building n small tax, nnd . year by un annual Hnlloy Huylng n fellow the It. A stnrlUmr fentitro Is that It Indicates to t)erlam.ulon-0n- 4in One of the llrst thins Ret Kvn lll'ton, l Dy HOWARD H. GROSS. sjnip- tUo suffer.ir by urtuia owner would aay If ho cared to sell, extending the road a mile or two at a ' Ilnw ks time Is unsatisfactory In results, the l(ti Itnntlon KlltnUoth IttM'M. 'tl I'ronr la one very lniiortanl (sctor would be that ho could no to town any There It load cost Is considerable morn thnn lioscovit that pcoplo nre apt to overlook, mill day In tlm jear nnd haul a Rood should be, nnd It takes a long time to I'noni' I'elln NapcHI tlint la, the Influence of r.ood roflJs on whllo n farmer elRht mllea woat of him get l'lmlp the roads built Warren, illnlrMrt. bftwk-nnc- e Docl.unttmn-r.- IIa the value of farm property There In nt times would nut he nble to turn a nt ono tlmo In n If 20 .nlles were would township, there or wheel. J'halrw no flvct that I better otabllihotl be strung competition among contractlAm lloltrrlaw, JtiK Cfltmiionpliieo Declamation One county In Kentucky spent over of which there Is more abundant proof I. A. I'arks than that n r.ootl hnnl mad leailliii? J00.009 upon the hlshways. The roe ors and the tax pa)ors would find they ' .Mttle ttmrtot- - nt'ilius Staljlelon, l.otw tTTummn. JBlm Wnmri Morrlfon ItrtRht. from tlic farm to the market will lu ord li tliat former values neflrly could get their roads from 10 to 25 per cent less money, that they would l'lnar orravo the selling nl(m of tho farm fur donltlet!. The same Is true of Toxns have better built roads and would have m flvn Ion Maty K. Imlie9nr. TM (taMIto Indiana, and trot mure than the amount of tuxoa It Is also trne of to use uaipiu; r Ht H M tbetuyears or al once Instead of waiting to be polil by the farntor to wherever fp"o4 roads ar bntll. IVchmnthi'-yu- lt BOTtim, ten more to littlld them piece- bulM the road. Hence wh the mat tanc Is tnenaurad by tbe time li weal, and have the first mile praetl. atrtuw Sprttm WMsUIng W ta analysed. It will he found that talia to from place to phtc. Ask nally worn out ellmln-l.tlobefore the last one was MUf Iterta Priff toms the prorrre--- . of t1 inl.' how far It la to a Kites point, an! the building of xood roads Is sot arid you II n. Zlut l f 'I doubt M to Ammrmait Mattor of expanse, but an hnes.tneti! you are told It Is about Ave mtRHloa , finished. In Of coarse there wmild ht irlm-- . l'trui lHTlamntlott Mrio pa) on tho bends, but If tho takes l Interest BIr. 1.. lleriirtl of W'uniivr. N. . mit: :. .ilitawll that paya a larger and surer reuirn wnlk. or to another Inqntry, us of the roads la not worth more to UJ aM ConnUy "I Miflrrl fur tiiuiij-- jc.irs Bllli rheum. Dwlamntlon Katto Aadertrnt ortloMn slnlM the community than the Interest nu the tlsin. I could net k" Mo,,J' vllliout the nl1 of Miinrtliltis to joill me Hrai1K MtaT Urlm bonds. It woald not pay to build the 'KOI-Itook tn on along. I roads Money can be borrowed at four tmltlea, and mil run ilalr like n or five per cent., and In a posito), nt ruy edtnuce,! ntf." ' cur s rheumatism. In tm nuitlor tion to form good judgment, will miy OF JUDGES DICISION. what form. and no matter how chronic, ANNOUNCEMENT that Ort class roads will pay for themriot only for fiesh, new mw, but lo for . selves eer five years, or In other long chronic nnd serious rams It lux pnried a THE WINNER Or TH"S CONTtST WILL REPRESENT THE STAN Kkfifl&HaJ V words, that their use Is worth 10 per cue of I be most remarkable remedies eer SCHOOL TOUHNAMENT FORD HIGH SCHOOL AT THE GRADED produced. s,-A&rent, of tho met each )ear THE FIRST WEEK IN U cosily assimilated, oven tiy tlm o,uiru vun i nc upi n AT SPRINGFIELD It One sometimes hears a farmer, who . TV 'J i ? Weakest stomach or system, and contains WILL OE USED TO DC Is opposed to the building of hard uo opiate or ilnnsormu drugs wlmtciur. JUNE THE PROCEEDS OF THE CONTEST t REPRESENT THE furthermore. Is absolutely auar-a- n FRAY THE EXPENSES OF PUPILS WHO WILL roads, say that he can raise no mora ' v. teed as to results. Read tbe reinarknhlo STANFORD SCHOOL AT THE TOURNAMENT. ,. AND ATTEND grain or get a larger return from tho Of peculiar nctlou In tbo details farm by reason of having good roads. Circular picked In every enrton. THE LAUDABLE WORr. Kuch a one will attempt to austaln his nt your UniZKlit's nt J 1X0 Get SOME SPLENDID WORK 15 CUING DONE. n Iwttlo. if you nre sutlstled with It n position by stating only part of tho you will bo, t c littles for J'Xm. nnd Ret RESERVED SEATS ON SALE AT SHUGAR'S DRUG STORE. whole proposition Of course It la true It rll of your nnitctlon. willyour drufrsht lw sent on 'hat the road has no Influence uKn cannot supply you, It Medicine, receipt of price by the ttieproductlvlt) of the fsrm along which Co S71S Lincoln Ave, Chlcnco. III. ' passes, but It dues not fallow that The first bottle will convince every sufthe net results are the same, whether ferer lue roads tire good or had Recommended and Sold By Only a few days ago the writer was SHUGARS & TmNNER. down In the corn belt of Illinois and Stanford, Ky. saw four horses hauling a load of corn It was all the horses could Into town rit to handle the load, although the country was comparatively level The Two Mules Drawing One Bale of Cotton Over Bad Rosd at Jackson, Tenn. i mud In tbe roAd was nearly a foot teep .No fair minded man will say This shows the conditions down In the . I ottoa belt, whsre at t ms th hsrmony lih the drivr r rosds ar almost ImpassablK. Th In suchn surroundings'In Th neit oitslioura that a crop can be marketed under WfrtjlMi W rosd Uusrht ny ns expict thrift such conditions as cheaply as when the 1 If, n ruad a mils ntarar town, aftar It has barn improved t10 s "I write to tell you the. roads are good, and a single team can an hour by rail. Distance is mras handle " I have been a sufRood news that uiruin the same at twice the speed. than anything els ons can name. urd by the clock's tick, and not by thi ferer from rheumatism The value of the farm does not dehas helped me no much A progressive farmer will expend yard stick. for about two years, and pend alone upon what the soil wilt pro' and I think it is just mouey on building good fences), tile his A German farmer a have used many linitc worth its weiglitvin gold," land, erect wind mills, barns, sheds, Hhgboyau, In a very graphic and com duce, but upon Its sccewsablllty ments and patent mediwrites Airs. Maryan Alar-sha- ll, covers for his machinery, plant trees, prchrnslve way, told of the value o market, tbe environment and whethei which Rave me no cines the farm Is la every way desirable ai of Woodstock, Ga. and do many things to make his farm goo.' roails as It appeared to him relief. A lady friend of u place, to live. We spend money foi, more attractive, more useful and morn "I 'do hope and trust mine told me she had He said' "My farm Is ten mllei pleasure and for (omfort, and It li 7 valuable. When a man has spent sevthat ladies who are sufferused your Liniment and If It was only flv from market. e so. 1'robaWj eral hundred dollars on come, of thenn miles from market It would be ortl right that tooshould do Is ing as I did, will take found relief at once. I as a rule spent fot little I Improvements he figures 1 Is fa-I cannot move in) $15 an acre more. Cardui, for it has been a this. Whenever goo.l roads have bees got two bottles and they cured me. 1 think it is the best Liniment a person worth murv than the suvi-u- t exi ended fs.tn In, but If we can build a goot hullt. In any community, there hai God's blessing.to me, and can have in the house. I shall always keep a bottle in my house as long as I lll' over what It was beoi'' i Va. r id to my farm I can come In the let a sharp ndtanre In tho price ol can get it." Mk:.. E R. W all.u i:, Morrisons, will ccrtsir.Iy help every Ing to expend mouej 'i . of h'a miles with '. y produce raider than . land, because the farms sre more ao lady who is suffering." I boundary Another Letter. fences, but hvli asked to ro could come In fle miles with bat retslble. The writer has In out bejond this to the public highway roari s' Therefore to build n good root cwtnty In northern Indiana, mind t Mrs. James McGraw, of 1216 Mar.deville St., New Orleans, La., writes: B52 " I take pleasure in writing to you that I had a pain in my arm for five years, he Is apt to feci that th amount of mote icy farm In half way to town" flAoot ten ears ago u system when of 21 money spent Is an expenv that yields and I used The wrlixr has traoled lu man) .illes of hard roads were built, cover no direct return. In fact. In no states and foreign countries and stud him .UK the main hlgha of tho town community, so far as the writer in led the rosd problom. In every local hip About JS6.U00 were spent upon exascertain, after a world wide study lty where good mads have been bulh 'ne impro omenta, the payment spread tending over 20 years, was the building the people are enthusiastic, they sa) oer ten years. Within a yoar after of hard roads boitun without tbe strong they do not see how the) over coulc the roads were built the farmers wers st opposition from those who were hato gotten along bo many years with asking and getting $15 to, $2R an acrs i really to receive the Inrgest benefit out them, for they have better schools more for their farms than they could No matter if you suffer-.-! Dire predictions wore made that the mure social advantages, that the peo gotten before trom Headache, backache property would be confiscated by the pi live better, dress better, and tilt hne In some case the roads were built. the pains in arms, shoulders taxation, that the building of the roads people In town are strong1) nttructed tc even more The Increase advance wus lu luxation Uut eery would ruin tho tax payer and legs, dragging-dow- n rural life, that where there was an op waa hardly felt. community that ha had the expert feelings, etc., or if you xjrtunlty to sell a farm once with th Oiim Iho prominent residents ol ence of building hard roads uslnr for one week and was completely cured. I rccammend your Liniment very feel tired, weary, worn-o- ut In commenting upon the : , I highly." T. and generally miserImprovement, said that the building ol tin- - roads exerted a powerful Influence able Cardui will help you. upon tho lives of the peoplu of the It has helped thousands towushlp everybody Iwgaii to slick of other weak, sick ladies up, a now picket fence replaced the old and if you will only give tumble dowu board fence, the house it a trial, you will be was painted, walks laid out, and ait air thankful ever after. of thrift was apparent everywhere. Also following the good roads, a township high school was built, and nude to csrry tbe children -- to and from school. This was a great relief to the isolation the young At All Druggists. Trice l!5c COe. anil 91.00 people were placed under beore the MADE ON Sloan's Treatise on the Horse sent Free. Address roads were built. The new school bes came tbe social center and they fouad DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. lu that townsblp that the building of a AND ALL KINDS OF system of roads was th best investMachinery ment they had ever mad, aad under which ho Inherited from his mother, no circumstances could they b SHERIFF'S 8ALE la 3PECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER pur- Mrs. M. J. Spears, aforesaid Tho duced to go back to the eld way. It GOOD SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES ..... . thin unln Irs in iiYnnil. the same story everywhere; la vry "K :."i" " onllflftf z:,,r. , On Monday, tho 8th day of Mar. iz 7::". BEST EQUIPPED locality where any community ever beregular 11UQ UlUC 1B&UJU IIUUI WJU UUftD ur . fn , MACHINE SHOP IN THE BLUfc 1P11 being tbo first day of tbo gan to build good highways, and had ,i circuit Court of " May term of tho Lincoln County Court, GRASS. the experience ot building, using aad Kentucky (and tho further costs of 1.1 "HI fi" In front of the court house paying for them, the commualty waa Drawing Eleven Bales of Cotton Over Road Shown In Other , DANVILLE MOTOR ELeCTR C this Bale) of date of December J7Ui, Tw Mors net only satisfied but kept on build1" aiuuioru, rvy., 10 1110 uibiicbi. uiiu ,1'JlOand tiiercnrtoron the Ifcth of Jnii-- i Picture, After Improvement I ing more and more roads. h undivided In-(best bidder a CO. built ky a county bond Issue. Hefure tho This Is a road splendid constructed y luu '"r'" "' . "'- -"' In the last analysis it will be fount tcrest, or such part o: said Interost lu,r' were built thrre was little or no sale for farms, afterwards they were In do DANVILE, KY, 123 N. Fourth St, as will bo sufficient to natlsfy tho debt county, KentucKy, amy lovieu on naiui reads that the building ot highway adds to maad at an advance of from 3) to to percent., all on account of the good reads, In said land, the said oxocii-- i th value of the farm served by theaa roads, were several opportu and costs hereafter named In tho lot- - interest WANING. them and paying for them, haa coutln bad with theregood onus. several times the cost, and Cits '""""B ,n th aUuan" ofTW' lowing described tract of land. ued to build more and more from yeari nltles in farm value Is only one ot n i any siaiv or community win takt They found mat wnue hi sfa'd to vear ed near Morolnnd. In Lincoln county.laud money to up the building of good roads upon tin 'he many advantages that grow out ot called for the expenditure of Kentucky, and containing nbout Wh.n00 nf oto'r splendid highways. meet the bills that it llglneued their rlsht basis, and spread tbe payment! acres of land, thus bounded: Good rotds will economies in cm u ,, w , d for tne rurUlcr gunl burdens In many other ways, that tl over a series of years, they will find many ways, they effectmake life mora by tho ltlacfc turn-- l . On the north will mude life better worth living, that It Is the hist investment they could enjoyable; they mean better schools, pusslbly make. More than I.lko road, nnd tho land or William l Tefm8 of SaIoTo ho BOlll oll there was more social life In more profit, tkey the children were bcttoi the : (atea now are assisting the town more social life andclvlllxatlon. to stay upon tho furni. and fillips tu build good roads, by paying mean progress and nnd approved .eaurity to satisfied : V on the south by tho lands of'vlng bond they could go to matket any day In tho auywneie from one third to three fale Uniwn and S. W. Ford, nnd on tho said W. II. HlRglns, bald bond! year thoy liked, and thus take advau fourths the cost To aid road build I A Selfish Viewpoint un-- ( state of Now York Issued JM' 'the west by tho lands of Mrs. Julia learlng Interest from dat0 of salo tase of the market Instead of the mar Ing the or Champ Clark, th Democratic leader, ootids, and win spend $5,000. was discussing, at a Washtngtoa j uoo.uoo iTolbeit nnd S. W. Ford, being tho HI Pn'd. This salo will take placoj kvt taking advantage of tneoi, 'miiio laud conveyed to M. J. Spear nbout the hour of 1:30 V. M. on tho dlsaa-- 7 It la within the experlonca of mil 00" per year for ten yeum upon the a measur of which h and lions of farmers that they bad grain or liighwajs. assist ug tbo roved. ,b A. W. Can'enter, executor, by deed day ubovo nuwed Improving w. Mccarty, live stock on hand ready to well; the tho utatea in pcmaiieatly "This measur," h said, 'Is a siga dated February 1st, 1881, and of roc-oi- d urlce was right, but the roads were so tbe main thoroughfares. This la a step ot narrowness and selfishness. It re-- . Sheriff of Lincoln County- o In tho Lincoln County Clerk's ot mind m Scores had they could not reach the market iu the right dirt (Un f th scholar to whom his county, Kentucky, of Lincoln states are doing 'bo same thing In a A few weeks later when the roads im said en th first ot February: Peed Hook 14, page H, to which BU'(1 Stop illziliieHS, UIIIOUSnoSH,by using! proved, perhaps there was a drop in somewhat smaller waj Iu some state teacher waa Oeorg Washiagtaa a "'Why ache, and stomach ailments 't'fcd reference is now made for a Mljvnfl clotnnoli tntiletfl am tho liput me uiu.ci, tbe counties are taking up the proposl great msa?' . secretary of agriculture (and tlon, voting county bonds for this pur-3" 'Because,' said ta scholar preapt-ly- , Th . . . ... hnnavmnAII mil 'mnrA tinrtlculnr descrlntlon of said jygpepsla treatment Known. Largo ,. . .. tj. . interest in hn 0 cents. G. L. Penny guarantees ther It no higher authority) say that , "How iar na yuu. vm Wane county, Mtcblcan. last 'we don't have ao school ea all about tbe last quarter. "Ob, to the land described is the undivided them. birthday." interest therein of Joe J. Spears, .. Rheumatics Rush For Stanford High School WnllonV. Opera House. HELPS FARM VALUES Girls' Declamatory Contest, roails, usable every day In the year, so the farmers can take advantage of market conditions, are worth two or three ccnta on every bushel of crnln. nnd ten to thirty cent a lain. Hence, with ( red on cattle nnd hogs. farm rt I roads the It Is awill prmlnco n moro desirable laraer raenue, iilaeo to llo and It Is worth more Roof Extraardlnary ' Friday, April 28th, !, ir gnbrt , , ..j........ -- IVi-latrt- m-- n. Jn Vlf tr t ' '' Fr It I iit i wJ V n. r 5c- , toe wjisr rjS l,iL.,. ,J mxmzhY.re x&miumx J A ii w.w pi-- Good News WmSt lA "Two bottles Cured My Rheumatism" tm st-ni- hard-heade- JaSaLn. ni - Imh-i- ! The Woman's Tonic SLOANS LINIMENT ' i--f I I 9 Sloan's Liniment instantly relieves stiffness of the Joints, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, Sprains, Neuralgia, Sciatica and Lumbago. Better and cheaper than porous plasters. REPAIRS - Motor Cars Jt BHH mwLmm$wmm&$mm j&8ftwW.i.YV- ..tLK:iwiswafliia . -- t. ,. " - 1 ,.-.- ... one-sixt- !. 1 "" af l. .jKutXnJ ... a-- vr h; "' "'".'t! one-hal- Nt-al- Ill baa-que- t, coi-ntle- s l. or-lic- , on-g.-- Tf 'fjf ;,,""' "M1, "" ijt't Wj-,- ?1 WE fln-tn- Netlcc! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 DIGNITY DARE I9&2 Nominated In the Aahland Brook (No. 4 Chronicle' Saddle 1750) llore Futurity Stake rnd ,193. Combined 1911. 1912 ol. 17 A T. II. H.,brcd by stallion, Dart Mahogany Hay, !!. 34; welgth 1,2M pnfiwls, 'iy. lo ri.ll)uiiYitllrtlt Mw Kti tUnlrfown, Kf . writ ."I N .iV'iiuteIr sound In every rtwifu"T injjvmii, iiam nwiMiiMmT'iwnfwiii. vine' il'npo lilmi and pH easily hHii 44 ikwn II I.IIU f.ini U Jl "wi't, ll.tiMown, Kr urn On drop Jlliifi1 IkuI IH hue tepped eighths In IS I 2 ! I Mi. duel' IJIi lK nn d irtietM th tlV i nintl'. I n ll teal te-ihitched to n sulky; Is five united, Mlrj. and Guaranteed by J. RcbJ. Crum. Cirdslown, Ky, Price 50c at ill Druggists. rrpHt show horso wearing tbo blur W " Zn n nv oi tie etrr since n yearling! 1at threw Br.iok, 2:30 and Running Brook, PENNY'S DRUG STORE 81ANF0RD,, KENTUCKY. red out ISIIcnt Brook by Darknlght, No. ?850, nlil worn 18 liluen ami im hono and , ii.. ulrr of Searchlight s w of M shows; an a hnrnees ... i ItlltlMilf 1.1 - I., .la... " V.lp.. nm,;r Almoni Dare M ropt by THE WARFIELD Ha dHcd hnn won two r';tl.ht. 3.08sired byd Alcyuno o In ..i hi. nwn rnliM. nnd r Ill collH are si I Mi. ttvoul 1 27. Ashland llrook s rlnc.ii of 23 bend. A. 8. II. K. Trial 224 Trotting. D.trk Hay Stalthe money, and whenlam ituna Wrri tiy Ashland 19S2. ho by wa.vn lnliliniHko Sired liy Dignity Daro mrc 14. pint cnddlora nnd JS'JI Jtoioul 2;17 .ny tboSallv o f lion. IC hands; foaled Atitcunt 1901, To ChoHtcr Dare 10, Jin by Ulack Squirrel i.lfih prlri'd thrro and five united fhowi.lnhn It Ontry, bred nt Village Farm, Hast Aurora N. SS, Aslilnnd U'llka slu! by ho by King William 07. 1st ilain hornes. Sixty five or bis Kct nt nr lor. 2,00 Y Mrat ilnm Naughty (Jlrl by IIpx registered In Vol nxeniRn npn of 2 12 yenrsi sold nt,IUd Will: on 1740, ho by ( Tutnwny 4ld8, Airerirui .1200, record 0A. T. II. It.. nlo no nas Hero" Hhc'jy Abdmlnh Mmn- - nn nvrsKi prlre or i(u 2 1i 4. sire of llattlrtiin. 4 yr. m dofeated n n prodiiro rlriK under, 14..1 tirino 37ir,, bo bv AJti.ont -- 5; 2nd ilaai corn a uj i. 4 to 18 of Ills "So. American Ilellu Jyr Udy IiHVls by Orlt Uavls, by llourlion rlns; when shown with CURES Cholera. Gancs. Limbcrncck. Roun, Canker,, So'iitfrKv Diarthoea and all Diseases of Poultry hrJ . 11 Kurkcr, Georgetown Ky. llrook wns foaled 190!), solid bay with lert hind foot white. 1ft 31 linnds h -- l PKHKHcKK- v- terod by Hll-llroolr, No 19700, record 1:10 I . the tire of Margaret Bathgate. 2:11 "4 Bttle Broek (3) 2:17 4, Lady Be'' rrooks, 2 17 Jennie Brook, (li 2M7 Lndy Ellle't Stone 2:18 nt Fur. Ah1 'nil 7 i 3228 ;:. m WiIU-li.vplnnn- il 1 nr ". n .. record f h , ifv Kur 1. lanV "by Think of ruieli sad.llir as be hr low with lot, of Mibatance: lm ' namely. Nettleton, Wlnsom. bold way of KolnK with wonderful j't dam llettlo C by "tim.lni,"' Hlivor 2 OR -1 and 170 others In the Anderson mare, Hey list, in,..,i.nii..,,.. r.. .inm i,v i..,. Prospect, the MmHerring Slnro. Toxle, sieisl arcsole nnd action. Ills oldeit onlj romliiK four years old tnlta Onward was nlred by Oinirpo WII-.Jr.. I'b, the Price i.ortcd Ituzrnrd l Clf London Osre. Daro All, White IIiIh sprlnB and thev arc all one c.mld Alinont Pare "tbo r.iiturnl show l'nrr, I'rlr.-- e H oiid dam Duenna, sired by 11 Imiwrlal nnd a bot of extort, they bearlnj? good colors v. tli Jm KNIFE AND KMUP.i I'001" br.no MnK 127S. sire ol 75 HieliiillnislpER or Trilh ter sH.es Tho reniltiOtt'-r- " H't have beet, sold from 11.000 plenty of Me. with wonderful sUle ( " nt ,Wrt NO. 922 VOL. 11. t0 l.ydy of the .Manor 2 01 J"J!!0"V,"'r0,J t.ord Dor-L- f n Mfo lonK mathiK with the berth" "?)0they TJ. 1C,I? ' era and see the sroit hv " ik;.14 llnir nt i w t. na .i .; ..n. ...... -- ...i .?.... .1......1.1. SIRED DY WASHINGTON N0..5I, FIRST DAM BELL BY. RH0D2-RIC. ..u.r nt i.i. .1.1. i...iiMr i.i. .tnitM can do that was never defeated In her clas ers in 2 10. ' NO 104, SECOND DAM BY DENMARK. .i '""" ." "'" Clio tor as either a harness or rond'tor three rd dam Dotlet. by Nutwood CO", the arp wnnlni; wherever shown nnd be v miMiiTuan riAtir .. .. ..... ..... .1 lir.1.1,. ju.ii uiu iiini .nn was Hecoiin . 10 ,L THIS CHAMPION 5 GAITED SADDLE STALLION OF KENTUCKY, ... tn .t.- -. US' . i.i.-i- . iu. A'e .i. i.... ..,....! ir blie of 14 In tin. Ilpt. io - Tour- - .rid "l'w""'":inoPtr.3)7A T. H. It, bo l.v Itysdyk's Froat Kdna May In tho aweepsUke WHICH EVERYBODY IN THIS AND ADJOINING COUNTIES KNOWS HIM 4th dam. Totmr. by Strathmore. 10S, Mambletoulan No. 10 A. T It II. will l.arnc.6 luss at Frankfort last ic;r BOTH AS A GREAT SHOW HORSE AS WELL AS A BREEDER, WILL i in the list site colls nre not of GRADE Kill dam, Millard, by Albion. Ctb dam MARKS end rne n GOOD MARE sere maren this season of 1011, at m''; Ho has to Ids credit several proiuls- MAKE THE SEASON OF 1911 AT MY STABLU IN CRAB ORCHARD, KY. that bid fair inrieenr-oiuwinnpr tin l n table in Iltistouvllle at ttio low jiiv.viiik hot company In the show rln'K thl10 TO A LIMITED NUMBER OF MARES AT $25.00 TO INSURE Nod by tidwln Forest 7th dam I.ndy mi unt u LIVING bo lull brother to Nettleton tbnt sold a ol Turner by Mambrlno Chief II ipnr. JJj tO IntUTC LlVitiq L.0II. 1CHA nn.l In I'n.v ll.r. COLT. WILL KEEP MARES ON GRASS AT $2.50 PER -- IONTH BUT I.I The Warflold was bred to only If. r. I comes Ashland "" wl"'" tli.n in traded nr reinoved,;olt or brM or maro .ten i senson llrook will reake the pro-- WILL NOT BE RLSPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENT OR ESCAPE OF STOCK luarex. Up lma 12 fonr nil lip bended that has won morn premiums n,.., to nm . nt 515 to Insure a mlng - ...i ...i i, plenty of SEASON IS DUE WHEN MARE IS SOLD TRADED OR BRED TO site and siitntmiro n.'. .., n...nnrn'... other stock. A lien retained on all .cult. i,.M and plenty of s?eed. The Warlleld ' """ "' """ icolts until paid for Ornss furnished OTHER STOCK. Is n representative stallion in ail tho reawinablra prlce for mares from a Ho Is a liraullful bav IB bands hkh term Implies. To iay tint be ban King Eagle C. The distance and must be settled foru. Mire, vubstauce nnd speed only In part w.duht close to 1200 pounds. hu 6 ln ,0T5VI backed one you ever saw and '" vmphnslrn tho qualities combined In K ,0 '? ,mornlr"51n1nd J" this son or Dare Devil, lie has them oing to location will make the sen ,hv my Marcs No. 2Cr.6. mlloi from nnd thor are such symmetrical rhnrne son at my stable 2 ' ' ,ttr"Uo"' ,5"' l Vol C, A. S. II. II. King Kai;Io Is Hnstorvllle on I.lberty pike at $15 to tnr a to make him a stallion amoiu 10 hands high, durk bay with flow. win also tnnd n i. i many Mis head and reck, body, feet Iiisuro HvitiK colt, at JIO to Insure,"1. Un nt tno ,nm'JlraeT?n.li vl I rn4J Inifia n . iiAefiiMi taiirl isrHnn a j.rt fine blB younc uk mine nnd tail, rocs all the gaitx wwvn I (41IJH til tiuiv svMl . ...i' j.k ..I. ,..i. i.... ...i, M'irea-- traded or brel elnwhre PEYTON ""'"""Ln.. 7" Uc per eason due. Cms, furnished at so well known In the West Knd of with plenty of Rpecd stylo and no-- ' This crack joung stallion will make Wntzmann, No, 343. This splendid " V "",... "" $2 tlon. month (iermnn Coach horso wns foaled Ma? Personal attention civ Lincoln county, nt $10 for """.? I"1 marei. nnrf PEDLGREE Sired by Royal Klnc, the icauon or lull at my place on the 21st, HI euy you, by II. Hanenkamp, in Is m .core brcedlnK due and $2f for Jctinetst traded,when colt of 2f.,r.r.. be by On Time, 745. be by Stone-wal- l HldRe near tl)e Hush Branch pike. awUmttt removed foatrd or mare inner looked la be or one Invited Ho was imported by J. Crouch Jackson. 72, parte with, or maro bred to any oth- dam Slollle Mount;, Royal Klnjj'sby tlrst He Is one of tho finest breeders - y POWELL I HO ,iriium in inn imiij ruiuiuii: er toc. Peyton by Huff Duddcrar's noted sire Cabbell's 3381, was F. the in the county. lie Is slrea by Chester d Sons, of Lala)cttc, Indiana. He that has 7 dnms In the Rrent brood ItiHtonvllle, Ky Loxlngton S. Jack, he by nubble's nnpnolla and K1n two 1I(. ha. tnuibrino list. inaro l.nsleN first dam Hip, 3.r.79, the Chief, he by Chester Adair; 1st dam was sired by Ksklrao, No. 1400. Ho is out of Jim Porter Jennet KltiR crosses, two .Mambrlno Pncbun, very fine typo of tho German coach Peyton Is fine with very Inrco none hy Knpje Illrd 1014, bo bv Old Kins by Marlon Squirrel; 2nd dam by Gilt a two Mambrlno Chief, i.n Chluuts one ..Utile, 7.ri0, Lion and foot, uood neck nnd ear, good 3rd dam by Berond dam by Ited ho bj Kdge; 3rd dam by On Time; both by horses, and sold for $3)00 tbreo vcara , Onward, one lio-ir- ' , Wilkim. ono Harris' oo. IIfl will make the season at my Ciiinrter. well mounted, 13 hands 1 Inch Miller's Denmark, 45, Denmark,dam by Uray KurIo. one dtnthmore, ono Nutw-.idfourth hlKh nnd admired by all who sop him, than nny Hal-lioLlghtfoot Is a sorrel horse, IS luinds placo at Hustonvllle, at $10 to Insure iii"iri troltlng T ho beautiful combined stnUlon .'.nil l said to be tho best mule Jack In Jim Hell (thnrotiRhbrcd.) alive. NOTE. KIpr Eagle Is a combined high, has fine stylo. H0 is tbo best a living colt. lllnck soa.ion of The WarftoM Is by Dare Devil. 24 SIS - ,,,, .Jix",...will make . the...II. ......I. Lincoln county to come and seo blm. stallion., n breeder of fine col ir and bred saddlo norte In Lincoln county ....... , t At the s.airo place 1 will also stand ". All nre invited """ j ""," ,. high stvlrd colts, ,tliey all having record 2:09. Mu by .Mainbr no Kini; Vl"" "l Phone In roddence. Individual. Ho has my fine trotting stallion Hummer, Jr.. B8 he TJ' place blue, style and action. lie sired he by Mambrlno iwrbrn. the and also the best McA to at D. S. CARPENTER, by Mambrlno Chief 11. Dam Mereo.!--colt that won the n0 "take at ' e two colts a roady and they aro tho at $10 to Insure a living colt. Ills Hustonvillc, Ky. insure a llMnu colt and will alo got have all been very fi'ho road hor-teStanford fair, and tho $100 stak,. al finost ou ovor saw. diii by Chime KJ4J. bv. Klectloneeri 7 ..,- -' five tbo season to tho liartic td.ow Ijnncustcr defentlnc hero four of 'be will stand nim at ;.U to insure best and flaest ocdL Colta to bo "i'mre Devil Is a ureal winner of the Freat Hex Peavlfe. Thin I will stand my Ecvernl fln0 acks at trot ot KlnK Maple was second In the UvInR colt. won ihn oMinplonshlp at Nsiton-i- i Jmirfed bv dllnteretcHl partloH in $12 for mares, no Jennets. Money duo 21 claw I; llnt Stanford. Ky $.!0f stake at Hnrrodsburr, vith Home Show In 1M8. on all theso sires when marcs aro black, is entries snd dofenled tlm roll tl..it wen v.ium.i iiiwa Show 1St)K. class 2:1 lllack Jo and aall the style you fim t. tltlH stake, two out of three shows Ills Show IVI'J, cNiv and bowv told or traded. llrn NHttonal Horse National Ilorsejlookllnic for, ono of tho fluent wwl-'lcolts are In demand, brln? the lushest charnplnnahlp 10- to bo fimnd In Central Ken J. K. BAUGHMAN, King UirIc will make the prices Hh'ow 1980. clats 2; tint National (Ih prerent season at tho low prlco of $15 Hustonvllle, Ky. llorae Show l!l0. cIuhh 3; Hrt Nat- tueky He Is IS banda 3 Inches blRh to insure a living colt. lunal llorso Show 1900 class 10: first- five years old nnd n benuty See him lloston llorsr Show 1M2, class 3; ro- befoie bcmklnx your mare, WAR TRACE U bv thP sorve Itostou Horve Show 1902, clasl lllack Joo Kentucky's tiote.l Prestonfiroatest sadtweond lkmton lion. SUow 190S. M'r. one of by WanblnK Wo will also stnnd tbo great latu 3' jeennd IIimMii Hors Show dlo ktalllonf. Preston dam I.uelle by Jnck War Trace at $10 for mares and ijuj class 2: reserve lloston llorws ton 54. Hlark Joe's 2nd dam J.ettlo $20 for Jennets to insuro n living colt. l; thfrd lUnton MesbOiiKcr Dcnnuirk, Show ltigj, VliK Aar Trace Is black v. lth white iolnts llorso Show PJ03. class 7. Ho sired Huhlnson. bv Iloblnson Vernmnt, by 15 bands high. Ho was hired by llnmbletniilaii. The IIoru Ideol 2tr. 1 2. (sire oi Great Kastern II he by Imp. TaxPayer If you want to breed to one of the DoaUm Dautthter Helen 2 Of. that sold for $3,200, His dam was by Trlf Ixxt horses In Lincoln county nt n i J: 19 3 4. Snrah Hamlin tho Imp. Great Eastern. War Trace's leuMinable price seo J, I) Kads and ZTAr.e Htari Otii1teiyM Daro Devil, Jr.. 2 SS 9SO) lor 2 22 dam bv Bedford Star, be by Hzell season at our Son. All care will be taken to pre Will inako tbo pre'ent Pen-booStarlUht ont oltalre .rsrm onj. mile from McKInney. Ky.. at thoulilaccidents butIf not responsible rtnlllon and Isa n registered any occur mares are tradported individual. The Note This Jack served only a few 1& to Insure a Ilvlnc, colt. spnson Is due. lien peopl0 of Lincoln county havo neer mares In his threo year-olform, so ed or patted with g nlho retained on colts for neation. S. M. OWENS A. BON, hnd tho opportunity to breed to ono his first colts came last spring and they sold from $90 for horso mules to like him before J. D. EADS & SON, McKInney. Ky. He will fill a long felt want. Ho Is $117.50 for mare muio colts, so you Stanford, Ky. tho kind to cross with our Kentucky see In ofTerlnc to the. public this grest BRICHAM YOUNG. mares to got a high class mute nmre youn Jack, we "have ono that is secthe kind that e cry body wants, and ond to none. This Jnck should make n great jennet Jack for be has tho tho kind that brings the big money. DOWN THE THROAT OF A "GAPEY" CHICKEN 191 1 at my Tbo Breeders ilaette of this v. eel; finest bead and- car and ns much foot . WIN rnak,. the seajon ot and bone ns nny Jack living. low quotes deslrablo drafters at $22.'.03 to place near McKInney, Ky . at the THE WORMS AND SAVES THE CHICKS LIFE. price of IS.Oft to Insuro a Ilvlnc colt I will stund my tlno Shetland stal- I3SO.C0, you rem t beat them, season of 19ll 2 Inches hlub lion Dick for the Beason of 1911 at will make tho EQUITY A FEW DROPS I N THE DRINKING WATER CURES This Jack Is IS hands r &ffXAtmX&l black 'vlth. white points, flno style tho farm of S. J. Kiabry on the living ono mile from town on tho Danville . fftAW-flsCKS.?.pike, at 110 to Insure a plko at the Coodknlght furm at $15 L'AND PREVENTS CHOLERA, We will also offer for public serKreut bone and foot and ban provedn colt DIARRHOEA AND OTH to Insure a living colt. Ills colt-bahlmbeU a Kreat breeder. vice this groat Jack. He Is R INFECTIOUS DISEASES. Shet-land-s Is flaest bred ulack with whlto point h. His head always brouuht tuo top prices, It Dockeverana of the to Kentucky. He J. NEVIN CARTER, brouuht Stanford, Ky. nnd aar, foot and bono are second ONE BOTTLE MAKES 12 GALLONS will pay you to see this Jack before Is OF MEDICINE. sired by Imp. Blue Kyo; 1st dam USE THIS REME- to none, with style and action like breeding your wares. by Imp. Bobbin II; 2d dam Imp. Na- a He Is sired by Yelberton. DY AND SANE YOUR CHICKS. M. aWCMS &. SON, S. non by Imp. liobbln III. McKlnncy.Ky Jr., tlrst dam by Dr. Wood, second Dock Grey He l.c a beautiful blsck and white, dam by Imported Jack. Yelbeton, Jr., splendidly marked nnd an nrlstocrst the silo of Kqulty, Is now at the head Last year I raised hundreds of chick r Jiy wife used Hn..rh' ,.... all oer. Just 4W Inches hick and tho ..V II Shetland pon), 3S Inches tall; own ot Mr, T 11. Adams' herd of jennets, ens free from gapes by giving them on her siek ohiotnn auu .. III! Ill.fl ..ir -sweetest little horse you ever saw. vruiin Lexington, Bourbon Poultry Curo. On several thoroughly effeerlv.. Sjnd ed by Hush, Held Foster will make at In offering JCy. worked a this jara for "public occasions L'havtf cured ebickoasi'wlth curo fn every Cured by the Marvel of the Century 8. J. EMORY, JR., season of 1911 at $10 to Insuru a t we feel sure w aro1 offering a it that wpre so sick they could not COL. E. H. instance. Stanford, Ky, GAITHER,- Harrousburo, B. B. B. Tested for 30 Years. living colt. No is by jan imported great breeder for competent Judges sianu up. Ky ' "l pony that cost $1,000 in thu Shetland feav that he was tbn 1mt'lreip.. In Drives out Wood poison in any FRANK P. CLAY, Paris, Ky. Bourbon Poultry Cur is besf nUce, permanently without deadlyislands and Is regarded by horsemen fMotromerv county, his colts always i nave Deen raising cnicKcns lor remedy for gapes 1 ever. used. tho never I bringing the highest prices. nearly fifty years and Bourbon Poul expect to bo without it ns long mercury, with puro botanical Insropony In Kentucky deas tho best as This great Jack will make the pre-se- try Curo is tho most satisfactory romo can dionts. To provo It we will send you a get feating all comers Iu tho show ring season at $10 for mares nnd $20 ay ror gapes ana cnoiera tthat I have SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE A. J.' MILTON, Craig.' Crek, my fine Jack, Sam Keene of 1903. Lien retnincd on all colta for Jennets to Insure a living colt. All ovor used. Val t If you baro ulcers, catlnj; enroa. I will str-nwelllnf,tt wucun for the season of 1911 at the Will until season is paid. Mnrcs parted or tn0 above mentioned stock will MRS. W. W. RALSTON, Hopklnsvllle, I hav0 not lost a crAcken by sickItching, humors, juake tho present seabon of l&ll nt Ky. offensive pimple, Shanks' farm two miles from town on with or bred olsowhero forfeits In- - our ness ainco I began using stable .! patches, bone pains, B. B. B. (Botanlo th- - Somerset pike. mile west of Stanhvery jcar I had been losing from try Cure. I used It last Bourbon Poy! year nnd or eruptions, take heal le Is a black Jack with white points Durance and monoy becomes due. Will ford on the Shelby City pike. Mares 75 to a hundred chickens with ;npes not havo a sick fowl on the place. did lm). ah synuiwiu" . Blood ..,,. t,i ii t.o imnrt. hlh nnd make tbo BORBon at my farm. traded, parted with or bred elsewhere I got a bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure n MISS MARY J. COOMES, Hardlns-bur" Quickly. Dlooa wbmp-without our consent forfeits tho In- and now I have 200 enickens and not n"' JOHN B. FOSTER, Stanford, Ky. Ky. completely Mian.lnc the entlro o j has surance and monoy becomes due nt V "gnpey" one among thorn. o lngure -Last year ni chlckAmi wm im- "" time of auch transaction. For fur- - MRS. JENNIE B. STEVENS, Lynch-BHirinto a clean, neauu .whon toaed or Mon.T duo und I gave thera Bourbon Poultry Cure - - -- -. mar) ; , mer inrormatlon call on or address, jng every .oro ana su.pp-5- "" tti m , V. and did not lose, a chicken after giv- Rex ArWckle 1467 "" imiwiHiH iir pain M LAIR, I have tried a great many poultry J. 8. T. HARRIS & ROBT. WOODS. D- CMO oi woo. KS4 Stanford, Ky. remedies, but for gape Bourbon- Poul mis uiem mis meaicine. L MRS. W. R. MOORMAN, Glendean E HOTTLH --. ----3, Phone try Cure is the beet of all. My last Ky. ! Combfned stallion. Will make the Stanford, Ky. hatch waa 30 little chicks and out of Find onelosed , check for which sei.d with 41lreetIon lor numo Wood -- "Halm season of 1911 at J. N. Denny farm, that number I raised 35. pie sent free br writing rae five gallons, ot Bourbon your 4 mile from Lancaster, on Rich, FINE PROPERTY Company. Atlanta. Ok. Describe given. BESSIE V..SHEARER, Columbia, Ky. Curo. My chickens had gape. Poultry so ba" mond pike at $20.00 to Insure a livmedical advice free Bourbon ' Poultry Cure Is working last year that 1 could not trouble F0R8ALE AY McKINNEY rals.. nnv ing colt. Tanner. Stanford. Sold by Bhugar ilk0 magic in this county. My friend until I got this medicine. Hex Arbucklo. 1467 by Hex McDon . who arc using it say they nover saw R. GUNTER,? Concord. Va. 840. 1st A3J h0 by Hex Desiring to go Into ether business, anything like it. I never bavo a tdck MR8.-WPERCHERON STALLION, iron gray ald Mlas Hlchmond DenmarkKing Hlch DO G08T8 HAUNT 8WAMP87 551, by dam Last year we lost ono entlro brood wa will sell the following property fowl sluce using It. ye w. t ard, by Pea vino 68. 2d dam Jennie n.vor. It foolish to fear a Ky. with white diarrhoea this your we u. Lynn. 261, by Stonewall Jackson, 72 loMted opposIte the dePt at McKIn-ney- , MRS. J. D. COX Lawrenceburo, wild evil when tbere aro real ana i.oiu pounus wm nmnn ui l am nn om poultry raiser and Bour have used Bourbon 1'pultry Curo In Ky. guard ngntnst In iau at my borne on tho old Isaac by Washington Denmark 64. 3d dam deadly perils to bon Poultry Curo Is tno only remedy their drinking jyater ni(d havo not lost One 18 room botel, nwamps and marshes, bayou, und low Snooy. paC(, tWo miles south of Shel- - Florence by Hand .Maupin s urennon I havo ever found that will cure gapes any. M res sold, traded or bred to any are tho ?'fnrKrnm b) City cm Hustonvllle plko at $12.50 latid. Theso One llvory barn, It has cured every chicken 1 have givhorse without content, the othe W. E. JOHNSON & SON, Lexington, en It to. u llv"'B c,,,t that ewe nBcl,V,B "n'Vml musclea l0 One store-hous-e C0x3, with be noss, aches In tbo T(( )wno w, )it Ci... ,, money bwillour claimed for servlco ron. rooms, with Mock of merchandise.side MRS. J. A. LYNN, Purcellvllle, Va. Ky. fcorso. .Mares kept at deadly Wi),10lu' ""J pto In from Oklahoma, where bis coltu 1o ed nrri mnv Induce destroy Parties desiring to go Into th hotel "'V tqualed tho very best In trelr class, I " ronts per day on grass but not ro- nna,,f' Kleetrl- - Fitters for accidents or escapes. A aim livery and goods business will NEW STANFORD DRUG CO., hi nslble STANFORD. KY. s0o him beforo booking vnnr n,r- -. those vicious germs frjjtw tne " retnlned on colts for tho Beason find this a fine locntlon. "iDANVILLE, KY. Will make T. P. CURRY & 80N ra","r'i; (jan, tnken to prevent nl "TUrco botles drovo ull wnnev, . n uood price to right parties. LANCASTER, KY. Call J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO oupo p1 ml rogponMn ,h M fli.ni NNY BROS. n n, wHin n H MASTBH8 or Chus. JUNCTION CITY, KY. REYNOLDS & EVANS of Lucamn, " - ;;"V.. thla Bafo occur Kenti rv flowyer, McKInney, Ky. Health over since' G. 3. 8HELPY. urug 50 cent at Penny Bbolby Clty.Ky icmedy only i wtore. let. u -- 2 l'f. II. sire nn ot Onward of Onward till, ;. -.v I I , T ''" """h ..i .Jrri v.ni ,?"k ".'"l ,l" ,d toiarri.er nenn ,..... f. ""'"'- p"'in'., fii-ii- - ... s ftl(, ;$, ninu "" ...' 2 M''J' "rM J. BAILEY, Crab Orchard, Ky. brB ',:,?,, Laittloofclr Watzmann, 343 "l'riVT.".?: ,..'"'' ::' rn uiu-:ui- r. Oorre-ponden- ce Ger-t:iiin- 1 l.l''o-tlonee- Black Joe er-v'- n '" "" " ' """ "",, s. lb-ji- nn pt I bea-itlf- i oufs jones, Stanford, JCy, i- - (JBBBkiirMS yo-.n- GAPES ONE DROP OF, 2 3-- VOLTAIRE, 55140 2 d Bourbon Poultry Cure Dock - S vol-tslr- o In-caste- d m-il- Blood Poison i,.i., I ser-prlc- o Sam Keene ZZnl ' il r . .,, " ,., ? ..,, -- WHnwii. m?.wb ,:, "' ... - 72-H- lng ALTO, w 3 ,. i ln-"- r" "j' ' 4 '" ' t I L. R. HUGHEB, ' y. I I ram T. W. HUMBLE, W. O. MARTIN, I I THE FARMERS Father Leo, W Kin. Martin, J Martin, Krod llandorf, Uood farm for private snlo. Terras easy. Sea Mrs. Rebecca R. Carpenter 1'OHTKD. Sarah 11 Just received the latest in Uuslonvllle. Clnry's 21-3- . Neckwear, Belts, Belt-tyickles,Barre- tes, Bau- - Bags, Veils, Jabots, etc. IRuching, your HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Or )3ls, Notions, Shoes I deaux, Ky. J. II. Ilaughman sold a pair of flno mares to K. Dunagan for M2S. hca last Meek. Tu liose we hnvo bought wool l"oru. He sure to fheat- - dry nnd tnK S2-Badi nnd Sons. veil. J. transplanFor Sale. One liennls ter, which has only been used to set e'ght ncres of tobacro so good ns new to bo sold at a bargain. Sec A. ' 8L' 2 . Faulkner. Highland. Ky. 31-tHold-dust- 3ee tho now collar pad at J. f Mc harness shop. For Sale. Becd corn, Gold Standnrd Kir TtrnMe Experience Shows, Anrf yellow lmprocd lloono county corn, w re iwia Shtiilil Be in Every Iland 1 i j per busru-l-. .'ohn Cook. ouchanan for crocerie.. tor S.tlo- .- Four fresh Jersey sow, Rone te Prevent Cells. I e Jersey heifers, 4 yearling short Mrs. C. S. horn bulls. A. V. Carpenter More-lan- Sage mor, PROFESSIONAL AND 1311 COLDS BREED CATARRH WE WILL DELIVER DR. W. N. CRAIO, Meats & Groceries AT YOUR DOOR Call OcullU and Optlalan ornce over II. J. McltobtrU' Store. Stanford, Ky. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn in by phone and giro us your and Garden. order for our nice, rresh meat and Wrlto for Free Catalogue No, Agent H. F. HILLENMEYER. A SONS. clean now groceries. Lexington, Kentucky. I Ca" ror J C' LYNN for MEAT MACOAEEES A. C. 8lne, 3tate Commandar Stanc-trd-, Ky., STANFORD TENT N9. 7. Meet : 4lh : Moadajr : Night Deputy .. writes: "I frcl It a duty to you and to others that may be like myself, to speak Perlina. trou-bl- Ave., land K a n s as City, Mo Wood- BUSINESS CARDS DR. T. W. PENNINGTON Hours S. AM and 1 to t:3 I'M otflco Myers lhiuso flats Stanford IC 10-1- Dentist MASONS' MEETING. Lincoln Uh1i No. 00. K.A A. M. wlllniMt In .tntt-- coiiinmiilcttllon un vnoh nnt itniV. thlril Monriny nlditiuf vnoU month, nt T:st pHiloak In their hnll on umln tln-orHtsn tonl.Ky. Mamlvrinf tliUr lnvlll toknprtMnt. T. W. lwl,r t, He. ( L STAMFORD. L$VTJ2:Y ,J GO TO W. H. HIGGINS For Tour Disc Harrows, Smoothing Harrows, Corn Planters Riding Cultivators, Walking Cultivators And you will find the best line on the market Mr Forestus Held, ot Iwinllle, mhertlslnfi ni;aln hla Blrc Dorsey A gelding by this horse retenl ly sold In New York for J3.000. Henry Sallce, formerly o Dam Hie, who married .Miss Arethusa McAllster of this county, who some tltno ago bcught wheat lands In Alberta Canada has sold them at a nice llguro and has purchased eighteen hundred acre, on the Sun Hlver. In Western Mon-tana. This section is said to bo one localities nl of the best Union, besides being well adapted the for the production of other crops. 1 frult-ralsin- g la gr I p p o o 1 s h t or years nine ngo. a gathIs ering la my head . for "My camo flrit after o LSN. TIWETHBLE N. tl.Houtli,lltMr. Nn. SI, Houth, 10: t a No.i,l:tor. m. W. W. UROL" No. II, .forth. UM a. M. No. n. North, MIV r. M. No. TT, 10:1V A. u. M, N. BMfrTMr. Offlse at flotldttr CRAD ORCHARD. ' JOHN COOK JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. -- and neuralgia. I lulTared wLLBlK O. CARTER, S. Now Llvorv. Dopot Stroot, dlseaie. 3pcllltt Veterrnary on a 8urgaon and dantist. horse and animal Stanford, Kv. Phone 194 m I i most nlj the Phono 00, My time. cars nose, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. and c y o s Mrs. C S. Sagercer. PRESSED STANOINQ SEAM GAL- were badly affected for VANIZCD ROOFING. tho last two years. I think from your description of Internal catarrh that I Large Quantities carried In Stock EADS' TIN SHOP, Stanford. must have had that also. I suffered very severely. i Phono 114. "frothing over relieved mo lllto io- WILL ADAMS U pl' 0'ttmSct.f. ! Livery; all kinds of haullaa. Furness I am fectlng perfectly cured. I niture paoklng. aifoMy-slyr- Phaae 178 S'anford. Ky. express my praise for Pcruno.' j BANG! BANG! The Man With a BANK - - ACCOUNT And Check Book in his pocket is considered LUCKY. This Kind of Luck is Many of our best customers started with a small deposit. So can you. i WITHIN YOUR REACH Dorsey Golddust 12052, W. H. Higgins. Don't Fail i To Look at our MATTINGS MONEY AND RUGS ! And Get Our Prices before you buy. WE WILL SAVE YOU L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard, Ky. Full brother to Kstolle, No. 211'J Sired by ZII.CADI (iOI.DDUST. H00 (by Uolddiiisl lbO b v Vermont Morgan and on to JukIIii Morgan.) of an excess of business On arcount The dam ol .I lead I (lolddust was by I deslro to sell my mill at McICInnoy. un Imp. Arabian Stallion '.llcmll. The dam ol Dorsey (iolildtm Is Ky. It has a capacity or 71 barrets of Florence by Uolden Ilngo a son or tntf,a PnritAl I rirHT'i n riour per day; machinery In good conNote. This Is an intensely Inbred dition. Situated on tho Q. ft C. road and Morgan Stallion, tho blood now In I black rich draws patronag0 from Casey and oth demand. 1C A bands dappled bay, ixund high points, good turnpikes lead to It er counties, of great beauty and action, speed and endurance, and is In tho heart of a lino wheat withas a producer of high and ttnexcoi led claas ahow. belt. For further panrlculara write ,oail and Eastern norses. Tli ro of his produce tiotn In snow Murphy, McKlnney, Ky, cords or tco J. S. and sale tings show his value and merit as a producer of fine road, show OF STANFORD TO PATRONS and salo horses. A look at sire nu Comer Next to e CREAMERY COMPANY colts will bo convincing. Will make the present reason at my farm 2 miles from Stanford, Stanford, Ky. Husband Did you hear tho atorm In order that the creamery ba en- Ky., at 115.00 to Insure a living colt kept at 10 cents per uaj Marcs when It broko this mornlnxf abled to turn out a first class product Host, attention glvcVbut not roajiuu atorm. Wife That wasn't-thIt mind that it Is t.ib!e for accidents or eicnpes, waa tha new lrl washing. Uo dlahoa. the patroiiB bear In F. REID. neceisn.y to deliver only clear cweet Milk andtcrcam to the creamery. l)o not mix cold and warm milk or cream fay "Nlf??) together, aljvaya cool it by Batting nr llllChOIB 111 vuiti "iiwi "" oinu stir occasionally. Vo not put can lid tight. It is letter cover with AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED mTMti nr choest) cloth. Do not I POULTRY, EGOS, ICE, COAL, warm milk or croani and (. it la cellar or anywhora whare thora ta'tui WOOL, HIDES, FURS, objectionable odor aa milk fe vary FOR SALE PRIVATELYI Lincoln County National fl-- vo Bank 3. 200,000 CoiJft-!oiJs- 'J a We Want t0 Produce SALT, LIME, GIN8ENG, io.iHllv rnnLaLJlliated niid whott ao la ualit to mako good butter, lie sure to keop your cons ejaon and tree lrom rust on the lnalda use i FEATHERS ETC. igrffiTaa "V The Kind that Burns good, Makes no clinkers, and very Little Ashes. We Give you 72 Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen Ounces to the Peund. 8'iiiie gixd washi powder to wash the cans with. If the foregoing rules are EUictly adhered to wo can always laalas a. Ilrgt cIfb lu.t.-- and get top prices tor It. Our loss Is your loss If pet cut on your butter prices we can it uav vou as much for your butter, n.inB your cream to the creamery r A Kit M'V y? H. B. Norfhooft. T. K. Tudor. Mgr." PHONE 153 Yours Truly, rieast twice a week. Stanlord Crcameo. Co., Uy Frc"U Uau man Butter Maker. His We are showing many styles in our SELBY LINE of Ladies' Oxfords. Their lquality is Mnmistakable as they are con- - 8: J. H. Baughman &Go STANFORD, KENTUCKY. - seems to be proaperJ log nowadays. Jumpuppe I don't seehy think ao. Hla wife and family are Bot, wear ing any better clothes. Jasper Very true, but ho Is smoking better cigars. Life. Jasper Oayaoy Piling. .strutted for endurance as well as ap pearance. Compare them with others and you will w ant them. WE MAKE LOANS On approved security whenever conditions warrant . ju W. E. Perkins, homo Sraa - RECIPROCITY. ' SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, May 7th i ,r iJta'iV residence, and plaoo Tourrelf in a ponition to get tho latest market quotation! at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you ami yoilr neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with tho benefit received. Cali or nddrew our nearest oflico or writo direct to leadqu'arters, Nushville, Tenn., lor information regarding our special ratt. If yon iiro t ut.prcent enjoying telephone service, wt can iiniu'etlMtely interi'i-- t you. Our liueo cover tho States of Kentucky. lVmiPMrf'e. " Misdrtfimii. Lijuidatia und tLo Southorn liortion. of Indiana, and ... .f!.T , jJ, lliiSJIVSSlVl' LV.U. liAhl inr...nrilnil fimf lit lliiU. rS Illinois. "Far-tnen'.Ljnen-- RURAL TELETHONES. u modern for your family MR. FAttMEU: Make your it Prefer- a ice, ence, of course, being given to our regular depositors. IMVII fOUATKIll FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY State Bank Trust (o. ' m n Round Trip IHiBHiMjHI SPECIAL TRAIN ijBrIeliiailiBI Tri Round - - - $50,000 SURPLUS EARNED $25,000 CAPITAL : Nephew Aunt l"u!ie, you're alwayi borrowing trouble. Aunt Well. I always pay It bsrk. Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ASK T'CKET Ar.cMTC PC PARTICULARS. nized in 1882. Combine- Absolute Safety with - sin), mmi "parjfA'.i f ' T n r, -- ."T- "j ' 7 lUVViVWi lrVWa W tV fMaM4MK- r- , f .aS,J.S,v v . fcJb