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ILA HOLDAM DIES SUDDENLY IN CHICAGO NEWS RECEIVED HERE OF DEATH OF POPULAR LINCOLN COUNTY YOUNO LADY. .1 ,M -- ' three corking singles Soiuetl.lng of Nothing Got By Dozier a tecord lor u twlricr. ii Another locnl pln)er dlstiiigultlied tnide. safely to left again scoring UrlghL in the game and that was rfto-A lanie trade has grown up be liinit-eii Waters bliol a fly to center which I hen Dozier. who plnjed at shortstop In tho years tweeii us mid Canada, 'Jones lot getaway and Anderson and ending .lime ".lull, In eoods if nil' Wallace Singleton being out of th." ,"" MDoz' game u.tl, an abscc.s or the mouth. ' "ll,h Carty wab called out on strikes and like a et VS . . $SS.117,:t7& l lxzlT fielded his position sold In Canada Coleman rapped safely to left push. ...tyS,aia,U7Seran, and In the fourth Innlug cut ulfj Canada sold to us ing Waters over tho pan. Penny what seemed tagged for n certain bin cracked one against the scboolhouso gle oil Hardin's bat. by running tar Ditlerence In our ftmir . JI'.C.IiOJ.TOJ 'In right scoring Dozier and Coleman Any country which bi)s Irom us back of short and pulling down a fly makiug six runs In all that inning, more than It sells to us Is a good In his gloved hand. The youngster md then Dees retired and Krqi. FreJHoIman No tariff 'was ghen quite a round of applause with. lontiti) to trade Lewis who caine Into tho box from It Is prooable ..ill should stand between us and for his swo'l play. In her most nniuslng mj Allsh Hill. hit fanned Base Bay Today that when Singleton gets back Into Ku'thrlne Allddleton as usual display- - rul-- ll country. The visitors got three more In the DIES AT CRAB ORCHARD AFTER Government btatUtics for the five the game h will be placed at second ninth by bunching rJ neat dnimntle lilent mid w.ih enrs ending LONG ILLNE6S lilts. Slpplo led I June JO also stow theso nnd Dozier will be kept lit shot olf .vlth a double STRONG ST. MARY'S TEAM TO at her best as Gladys while Airs M Al to right which nnd henceforth Waters will continue I'erklns wns conspicuous for ler per- - ll""P- liright lost In the buggies. Hardin PLAY STANFORD DOYS Crab Orchard, .May 1st i. Ho work at third Coleman who lied IIOUSKS feet naturalness and ease before the and C. Jones were easy outb, but Tut FroV llolman, son or Mrs. Claudia .. L',"4y,'J0l down the second bag dalurda) will :iu walked, by tiw Canada sold to us Music rendered Vho strong St Mar)'ri College baso lcxJJiKhtr and Dees tollowed with a Holmanafter a long il'ness died SunIs putting vve sold In CnnadJ H,17L',U75 go to the field again, ab l single oxer second sco.-mball team, which Is accounted one of orchestra was fine and much eiiJo)cd Sip. Hid- day morning at 10:J0 Fred was a ,up n ragged fielding game, though he ings tried hard by a pop up to Embry cood noblo boy. He was about 18 the fastest nines In this part of tho nlso the solo Him: by Allss Sue Heth JIl.il'JL'.STt lilt the pill hard Saturday. Two mulls Dlflereiuo In our favor high James In a charming mnnter state, will come here this, ended the game. )ears or age. He was so patient all of thrown balls from Penu) howevei CATTl.i:. through 'his Illness in spite of hli alttomoon lor o game :VH,nt.r Uio ly appreciated by all Alr J V. Ilol We JI,&717'J ?ost heavily, and a fly w hlch )oungC) fold In Canada . .. Plan dam felt fully repaid for her untiring Tho tuneral service was Stanford High School tune AB R H PO A E Mirterlng. get through his hands STANFORD . . . . l.l'.i't.T'.'t; Anderson let sold to us . 1' are being made by the local fans ifforts In making ll a first class en Canada liconducted at the grave Monday atter-'nooWaters 3L 10 1 also went for a couple of scores. And- by llro. Livingston, in the pres a20 to make this n big occasion for the tertnlnment Poller ss 3 .?::M,:!s:: erson was pla)lng bib lirt-- t regular llillereme in our favor "Jeuce or a very large crowd. Fred .NVarl) all 1 of the business McOarty lb boys 1U 1 pnme, and showed well on his other V.h'AT AND 1)AIH had many warm friends. His tirothers 4 1' 1 1 men of town have agreed to close 1 - Newman of Jelllco, and Charley, did Christian Endeavor Union We sold ln Canada .. ..17,011,017 chance' twinging tight to a long tl) Coloiuan 2b i up their stoies from two oel.ick to 'J .0 1 It) 0 u not reach homo until Fred had passed Pennv ... '.Ol.lUt In the fifth which helped The vis urn if c Canada n)ld to 111 t 0 2 0 0 1 away. half past live to permit their em- ; ilors pln)cd a nice clean game but llnght 4 lojet an opportunity to nttend the TO HOIO ANNUAL CONVENTION DiMereiKo In euir 0 rf Allss Leila George of Somerset is favor . .? ti,jii,U; were clenri) outclassed. The tin owing IN LEXINGTON THIS WEEK a 10 panic, and It Is b.inl that the b.inil Anderson If l' visiting Air. W. E. Perkins and rami-'- " HlillAnSTl'KFS ol their catcher Charley Jones to 4 Embry p 23 wi I be gotten out to stir up Inter- 13 Iv. 5S1.51ti;ir,,(J . c sild in exceptionally good ' est in tho aflolr. A cracking gotxl 111 Ala) 1. t, C, 7, the kcnttick Canada sold Canada . .... C.t'ii'J.SM t.ihes was work was firt-- t class and Air. Tom Collier nnd brido arrived to us their team i 'Hall game Is assured nn.l lue irowd Ciirlstlnu Endeavor I nloii will hod JO 10 10 27 11 f home Aionday. They returned to htanionl piled up tv.o scores igut present Is expected to be tho largoti Its annua! convention nt l.exliigluii Louisville Thursday where they will f.lllerence 111 our Invor .JJl.'MC.tlT- -' off Twl ttlll,n TmtIc lwrT,u d0 LONDON tlo ort in I r3"t ior in Ctntral Christian e lurch and the) nf tho season AB R H PO A E make t7u'lr tuture home. Km asK wny innaua i.ivors reap- - l(,r-- loni; fl) , rlj.,lt aIl,.r ,,.rh Wc regret to give up Hev. Kimball 1 the home tetam (laii.e will be ea I are looking forward to the greatest loeltj If It Is to give us the best of it 0 AliCurty was safe on , ,nlwtl . had walked. re'lglous gathering ol )ouilg people 1 ed prouiptly nt three ilcloiK. I and'niraliy. They left Wednesday for on these products. The answer Is fielder's choice Deeb throwing Wnters ever hi Id ll. the blite. Lexington 1 )ijjncs Bh H, their" 'fiew home at Fain lew. ' . .. out al third. Coleman broke up the . Endeavors have done all In their pow CH' . o 0, "MYsrA!'S. Price, or Stanford Is vis-- . rtri-t' the Canadian tniill is mtdJ Iring.'tttends here. b slummlnK a Bcreamlng two-- J er Jo make the convention u micccmi REV. JAMES M. COOK. 1 4 con baRKCr to ,Hr h.lu ,ht. .ja striking Slpplo lb tpcHikers 1u the to the price which the Canadian and some of the best 4 llnrdin 3b 0 -Canada desires lo,nu Htalu, far ou, ot 1pwls- - reach Mimei must pa ,! . ASHLOCK COLLIER. 4 Just learned, und that wtu Mate and neighboring stateH rife on 0 C Jones t people irom Mils uxun, FrorlBg botU Dozier and AlcChrty. Miss" Kathleen rtshlock daughter of Spei lal railroad rntea l.lieve her profound touch of s)in the program a deep and Tutlle rr ..3 Mr. njjd,Ar8. J. It. Ashiock. of Eliza- was quickly killed by Coleman lathy of the "following to sleep" of been granted nnd nil registered Pr'Cl' 0 ..4 . .hniu. , ,hirri U,,M .... Dees p & If very rightly rewnrd James Al delegates will be given board nnd Second. Canada Is wl litis to take Ibctntown and Airs Thomas 0. Colllei the ... ., Cook of tho Highlands. And I beg lodging In Lexington home free ol her tarllt off ot the. goods which we Kon of Air.-- and Airs. J. II. Collier .or who d 33 8 21 13 space in )our good piper to la) this charge. Tickets will also be given M'JI ""r " in turn Asfa '" Crab Orchard were quietly married at "r, given a life, died a tew seconds later' on O! me paper , piup thn hnmA nf thn hrMa tn ih nltai.. ir.bute of lore upon tho grave. . sec INNINGS , .uhn h . .t,ni,rt I,. tc delegates admitting them to the inrill ' w itii lr fmr tnr. lie wan one of God's, noblemen big truck meet of Lexington High tttirilii...' MMi uhn .1" ' 21th. The brlde u ono- end. w u wvr-- tv v x vi "Poor In hus world's goods as most alt were renwvj Stanlord made one more in the third STAFFORD of Ellzabtthtown's universal favorites Hchools conducted by Ti'.us)!iuiJ;' li: uaiimt tneso prouucis ministers are but rich In grace nnd j.oNnos' .00000280 ed she woukl sell Ui a still larger Tho'grocvn for tho past Tour years his Ho was Croesus In University on Saturday good works". Al:iy tith. anj kingdom wnlch wl'l bring hundreds of )oung uiiiiiunt ot timber products than hho held a lucrative positilon with Uia securities of tho the 8to,o secom, d t0 o n rnow of fi'od. Ills life was Indeed a sitcred iu us. How could that hurt I. ft N., R. H. iu Louisville and Is a by WaU,f8 co,umg ied --- "-- . nnd his Influence a boy people Into tho eh) on that day Al. C. tne American larmer: talisman, ' ,. ,. uu .., lyoun man of hV in v In tho community In 1". Kvnns, 500 W. High St. Lexington, Lencdictlon ""'-'- " ' :.' one more .Anderson Kmbry 3. J. Jones. Hiding. high -not only moral habits .tnd stinda ". . .' .. Who, then, wou'd be hurt by reelp " tn his home. Tbe hap hlch ho labored nnd 1 shall sertaln-'l- j K)., chairman of convention commitiiaruin. ciur atnieteb iook 1)ies py pair will make their home In Loubv miss him when I xlslt again tne ol tee, will bo glad to give any Informa- lodty? I will tell you The lumber In tbe tilth when Dright got safe on' .- Coleman, Sipple. folks nt home. trust and the paper ttust. Hecln-rocit- llardin'a muft ot his grounder; wat, Two baso hitsville.-- . tion concerning convention. " "old aoldler or ! Ho farewell Sacrifice hits. Waters. would bring Canadian lumber advanced when Dees laid one against cross," farewell You have won C Double playc Hardin jnl Sipple, nnd appear here to bo so'd In coiupet' Wre tn Bangor ,Me., cajsed a Iobs woll fought day and answered to tho A;spedal from Lexington, lud., sa)s' Ion with tho American lumber and AndeikonV ribs and scored on Dozier, Coleman nnd AlcCarty. lust bugle call or earth, nnd you sleep of ti,00,000. second lilt of the aiiy luiother Pints Vlnlug. a farmer, that repoifji n paper. This would give the Ameri9 In 7 Inning Hits off Deeb rft Peace to night upon the battlefield . , b.f to thy memory, nnd restful thy strange occurrence In his barnyard. can people cheaper paper, and tho drive to left. Lewis 1 in 1 inning. on "man of Cod. For years ho Ins owned a big b'rliidle It looked like ti shut out until thn Struck out by Embry; a by Dees 0, UN THE WAKE OF THE MEASLEb- slumbers. Sleep The llttlo son or Airs. O. 11. Pal on In the white city or the dead Tola cnt, which formed a strange at runner cheaper lumber to build houses by Lewis 1. mcr. Little Hock Ark., had the measwith those whom you ln your own and hums. So ou see. xvhy It Is the Ilnses on balls. Embry 3: ott Dees les. X''o result wns a sovcro cough nlnlstrv have committed to their last tachment for a fat speckled hen. The) ti lists are making frantic efforts to end It grow worse and he could not testing places," and there to nwnlt tan nbout tho )iird to gcthor and weie si eep. defeat reelpioclty. 'Ilwy desire to One bottlo or Sro says; the final resurrection, tllurlous the best of friends. Tho other day ,,,, lilt by pitcher. b) Dees Anderson. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound shall bo thy making, nnd trliimr Mr, Vlnlug went to 1.U tool holse to ,ioM (( 1KJllllloy of tll, Aim.rlcail cured , him nnd ho has nov Time or turn,. 2 hours:, unmlrw completely ... am, iMiw ,mlrkctB . , and thy entrv when tho pearly gates .. U tllt fnr, I'uuinni Biuie. Croup, whoop ll'r uevn i. unfold Penny Attendance 3b0. lou flnll not be forgotten get a pick, lie found tho hen on the liter bo of good cheer. He Is not tho Ing cough, measles cough nil )leld to Vf when thu Lord shnM inako up his nest mid tho cat near by keeping com Foloy's Honey nnd Tar Compound, Icllow who will bo hit by leeiproclty, Sincerely. Jewell m,y A fow Ua8 la,er "u wwrt "' genuine Is In the )ellow paok- i Tho MONEY TO LOAN. H It. MILLS He will be helped. The lumber trust tho toolhousn again and found the hen mid the paper trusts nre tlo ones who county aims, In any ;nf0 anlway"' , ".eJu, s"1""1"''' Shu- On Lincoln . ,, 'f,M.0UIIU IIIUIICIl dead and the big cat m the nest. A , wllll feel tho weight or this measure. WARNING TO RAILROAD MEN. iUIIUUIli UIUI fU,VUV HUIU Ui mirjiusi .r !.' S llncon. It Mast St, Hath, Me, few ila)s later Air Tom I niched out 12 per cent. Tcini, G jcara. with NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION! seiulB out thin warnlnc to privilege tc pay after one )car. First liealthty chicks, which follow Uelng unab!o to givi, rroticr atten- A FATHER'S VENGEANCE. (onductor On tho rnllroid, , ev tvolvo rioftgage. If )ou nro in ueed of money tlon ,0 tho Urug UU8,ne8g, , hM0 BOlu woik caused n chronic Inflammntloii him nil over the )ard. ami when ho Would have fnllsn cm. nnvone who nt will loan you up to 40 per cent of tlio'niy ntm.gt , tne Now stanlord i)rK il he kidneys, nnd I was mlseinble lies down the little ones warm them- tacked tho son ol Peter lloud), ol nnd all plaxcd out A friend advertis- selves with his shaggy coat. value of our land. For further par- - COi to j, Vtt 1rjant a rcKi8tered u Soutl llnckwood, Mich, hut he vwisi ed Foley's Kidney Pills and fiom the ,1 wrlto to Q. II. Swlnobroad.1 maclgti tt,. knottn to stanfuld peo. powerless beforo aitadvs of Kidney lilav I commenced taking them, I lie- ,, Vt VNi NVnJpp Attorney, Lancaster. Ky. STARTS MUCH TROURLC. plo; Ue Ironb e "Doctors could not help him " lnj. rormor' 'utii to regain my strength The In t If'nll people knew that neglect nf lie wrote, "ki nt last wo gave him tlammatloii cleared and 1 am far betV partner will continue, tho business at ' ter than I havo been for twenty )ears constipation would result In severe c KiMetilc Hitters and ho lmprovd won The Kentucky Court or Appeals bamu oW HtuIU, lhanltlng tno pt. spelln ore a The weakness nnd dlzrr Its del In lv Irom taking six bottles cldod thai whisky storage accounts pIe f0r tner Ubera, patronage and ask tliiiigit or tho past nnd I highly recom digestion, )ellow Jaundice or virulent tho best Kldrev medicine I ever srvv nro subject to a state tax. A a result Jng lltem t0 COntiuuo same with the. mend' Foley Kidney Pills." Hhngnrs liver trouble they would boon tnlte loss of appetite, warn of Mitney tro.i jtnd Tanner. Dr. King's Now Life Pills, and end It llacknche tired fiellng, nervousness dlbiuenea must pay taxes nggrcgui new firm where they will alwais 10 Uu Ing IjOO.OOO for tho la: flvo )ears celve courteous and careful attention. It's tho only safe way. Ilest for bill ile t tin piny end In dropsy, dlnhetci Embry's Famous Wind-up- . Switzerland U to Have women ousness, headuche, dyspepsia, chills if lltlght's d'seui" rJewarc; take!. nnd will hereafter have to oav an an. I request an early settlement or all .,. be s'ife, Every. ,.,, .. i,,, .i,i, ,w preachers, Tbe syndol Council of the Xind debility n,i u1 .M.m, win duo the old firm'. AH accounts and 23 cents nt Penn)'s Electric Hitters nnd CO "' cents nt Pen- bottle guaranteed H anion ot Orlso had j;i)inted the Drug Store. men on bases Anderson muffed Sip - be distributed bctweeu tho states and books found at the drug store. W. It. ny's Drug St"r privilege. pes long fly. Hoth .Ackon as-- Jai.rcTt'iJ rounllcs and cities. two iffs with 1 j Jem-nilne- within himself Win Robinson a lit.lml wenllhv cltv brokoi .id the rn) Inlr added much to his dignlflutl Mate) uppnaraiice.- - IU.iJs ilIii Jlutler portra)e,l b) Tettu lla)H ln.ighl.iK trom Ktart to fin kept l.l It Al Vis! or iMack) could not I., Mirimswd III tils rol of the Ml- 1f.Hi and he looked so han.lsoi.io thst nil tne girls lost their heart- - eespeeli.I I) whet, he made love to (!la,l)s cofiipunleil liv plnlntUe muslo. Tom profebMOII llu)K Ilrounugh was ekpeulaily good year 1 he decenfed who ulinut hk the rising oung ni.::ior and was ge l She whh a daughter of Mr tmusunliy handsnuie Prof. Kxcrett I F lloldnm by his tlrst wife, who wiih perfectly nt ease mid thoroughl) Mtr a daughter ol )r Al Al Door, up In IiIh part, mnking us feel proud or Crab Orrhnrd hhe Joined tin tn l.mm that he ll reiiinln with ii ilaptlst church In earl life mid w 'i next )ear as our efficient principal a Inlthrul. consistent Christian. Tho nf Hi.. C'rnli Drrluiril m IumiI remaltik wll nrrle nt Crab Orchard Thos Moore Is perfect In portrn)al tonight, nnd the burial will take of negro dialect and crented fun for plie Wednesday afternoon after ser- nil .Miss Clara Collier was extreme')-ln'.itiUfu- l vices nf the homoT Air lloldnm nt and noted Krfectly her pan ithroo o'clock by Mr. J. C. .McClnry. of the proud wife of the city broker 1'carl Collier made quite a hit oj how- - No8 lecclved hero Monday morning of tint death In Cluicago Jf Allss ars, Ha llolilniu, who, for several has been n nurbfi m the Michael Hoes hospital in Chicago. Wo .Iclalls were iw'chcil iimceruing tliu ilralli, ii tele pram comln her fiithei 'n Hold mi, if CiiiIi Orchard, whu with Mm tloidsln hap,) ie.l C i' hero thai ilitjr, sntd Allss lioiilaiii had died AC M Ul'fnl) It B 'l Unit ll'IWtl nil, was r uniform trom lumrt dlseake iteiith re if i 'i milted fnxn n stroke of thnt liuttiro ' s Iloldr utiPinlid S'oiifori! Fc t'dllug. IIOIO It 11111. lilt' of JIIIIM I itl llIIO'S 'llO "t,'t tinil is , ver, .r- it 'iiik wonuin. . I iiisde u gienl mint) friends III Htnn-forSlid decided to taint up nursing l nd went lo Chicago and tM'k highest with eoiirne. IliilihiiiR She wax preparing to take honors n medical (oursc In Johns Hopkins I'lilverslt) Mt Iwltlnioro. having such splendid uhlllt) In UiIh s.i..vi nt .! pur Jones loiind Embry for singles, but Hidings forced Jackson at tho plato on a fielder's choice, the decisWILL HELP FARMERS WITH LONDON BOYS ion being a close, one, and McCartr PROVES A DIG HIT WHEN PLAY-Emaking a flno stop and throw to the AT CRAB ORCHARD AND WHY 8UE BENNETT MEMORIAL BALL plat. Embry fana4 Lewis, and Slp-pl- e CLEAR EXPOSITION TEAM EASY PICKING FOR popped to left, Cy proving a sieve THE TRUSTS ARE OPPOS Crab Orchard, May I, HIGH SCHOOL NINE ING THE TREATY. and Jones and Hidings romped In. Tho three act comedy "llro. .lonlah' I Our boys set tbe all back howov- was presented to a Urge nnd npprecln 'the Stanford IIIkIi bchool bate ball cr In the seventh round, when they (lly Clyde II. Tavcnnerl tire atidlcnco nt Crab Orchard Spring Washington, May 1st team made up for Its two recent do- - knocked Decs from toe box, Uo en- hotel lust Thursday night lor the bene.1 Hill led Dorkcy W. Shnck'cfor?, of Al Ikhimii I feats nt the hands of the strong $or- - tiro team batting nround. of Crab Orchard llaptlbt rliureh fit slnglo oxer second baso M.i.l li.. 111 .urn 'I .f ........... . !. .....a . ...It. .III! nnil HUH. ,.if III tii .. luit fi.il.. ft- ttllttlllPr flf the Ways and Means mat and thu Central University t'lubi off with a The piny Is one which nppoati cotiitnittee of tho HoiiBe, has prepnr 'iby smothering the nine from til- Sue. l,u-- waB forced at sccona on Drlght's 0(1 no of tn" "",Bt ll.Jniliiallng let - llennott .Memorial Institute nt Lon - 'drho lo Hidings. Jackson fumbled strongly to real life, Its tinubliw itinl n row s interiuliiKleil with lb plens H rs on the subject of reciprocity that 'ilon here Saturday nlternoon by tho Anderson's grounder, and IJmbry hit ures as well emulating n imir.il which hns appeared Iho dooumeiu Ihihciiiis tuno or 10 to 0. And the scoru should would in.inc IHo'h pathway more con ed much discussion mining iiiembnrn ,ac been oven larger In fao'. of Ono or two glarilih rr spletititis for the nbsenre of Its thorns ' t ongresi nnd is to bo widely cir- ,omo bojh lor8 m cnliral stages lot II ilhuors' ciliated. Instead of Its roues. The cnin of Tho lumber trusts nnd papor trusts MU1 h0eial tn lies to which iney (bnrncter wns wiltniny Rheii nnd nro wnKl"K "erce flKht ncnlnst re-- wt.a, , " If ,,nltltH( though In the each suited his or her pnrt. y iif The) niuiU nnlllK tllly 8arned their on!) Al. M. I'erklns as llro. Josluh wns clproelt, says Air Sliaikloforit loudly applauded nnd was . wholo ro rnnklng desperate efforts to get rcwm h) rappliig Umbry for "Br. Jesiah" HOW RECIPROCITY STANFORD CLEANS UP MISS MARY KENDRICK DUDDERAR WINNER OF GIRL'S DECLAMATORY CONTEST TO REPRESENT STANFORD AT TOURNAMENT Tho winner of tho girl's declares-'- " .! tory contest, ho!d In tho opera hcuro Friday evening, was last illss Mary Kcndrlck Duddorar, a rcprescn-latlvof tho freshman class, nna daughter of Air nnd Mrs. S. K. Miss Dudderar's declamatory entitled "Gazelle and tho Swan," was a beautiful story of tho capture of a beautiful American girl by the Algerian Pirates and her subsuiiuent escape. The manner ln which UiU young lidy pictured hu girl's imprisonment, her sufferings nnd loyalty to her deliverer after the escape showed her extraordinary talents and . thorough training. The winner for second place wa even harder to pick than the first, but after a ha'f hour of parteying, the, t judges Mes'srs. W. H Shanks, J. U. Paxton and 0. D. Florence, pavo their decision ln favor of .Miss Ella Warren. The Judges decision In both case beorucd to give general satlsfaetlun K these young ladles deliver their declamations at tho tournament at Springfield, as they did Friday evening, there Is little ooubt but that they will be winners In the girl's senior dec'amatory contesL A beautiful whistling solo by Allss Iierta Jean Pen ny, the chorus by the high school by Allsses Ballou, Haney nni Carpenter, by Pror. Ireland, and the rah rah rah boys tvero greatly enjoyed by th crowd who heard the declaimers. o Dud-dera- r. I1 - t mism n ln w. - P"-.m- clroilalo nmoiiR tho fnr (OWMor vUc1 t0, ir) to mnse me .nrn.eri hnndle, so Hut Stanlord''s craik (wirl ,',,Io" ",nt '" r""" " ,h,? ,arlfl tf ....Ii?. I...- . ........ ...I fni. mr nnna lt.. ntlirvil l.ii ' ,,', mm ,,,n" ll " falr "lnrkt,t .1 iiiiioitil. lsltors gae him in iiiia. wiiH li th I1"' f(,r '"', P'"1 SMiiin of the contest closing He l'n"h,I l" ,ar,'f wVr" "P" more than made up for It b) his torl "P""""1 'mr P''"c'' ""''' ln d.iritig the early stages of tho giinie w url,t tt,,lc" P"Ile "'"" P'" "l"r" '",,"' 1" )" the) hae ny "" enlisted "m,ri""riHiKle(i fl pH In .i row . The close .ip,.,!,,,,ho )R, sernl t.l the ,,, . ,,, raln ihaii-tlcste- '"' "" countries '" "" '"i"J ""' tie Kl.-l-.- . "h'.,..-..- . to tnodlly both tara view to moro extern ." -"l"'" ..- - '"n lmir m 13 1 n .'100 10 S ' ' ,e s '. , 1 te I ,. u. ,, I ImrL-larL- n ! ."...'(."J'n'ot'Aprll 35 "-""I i gllt-edg- e Ba- - y Em-bry- 's I - -- T ratlm-incm-"- ,)har-tlcular- 25-t- f de-itn- o ,., ":"".. .., 1 n-- h ,' ,' 1H asi t&sssAs ARNOLD BUGGIES hard wear and tear. A word to the wise ought to be sufficient. We are the largest builders of pleasure vehicles in Central Kentucky. Our vehicles are very extensively used by liverymen, because they require stylish ones, built to stand ! Style Right, Prices Right. ,i The ARNOLD BUGGY must be seen and used to be fully appreciated. Write for catalogue. We also make a specialty of repairing and painting automobiles. Sample buggy will be on exhibition on Main street in Stanford, Monday Court day. II ML A DANVILLE, IPs' " RNOLD : KENTUCKY. 11 li y, Mallon of expansion, one gold stun-ilarIHero w henrd another voniim of RECEIPTS ITIOM THE one pint of nhU man's burden how "Soapers' got Its name. About DEVIL'S COOK BOOK. tuin Ufispuonful ot Ciinnon-Aldrlchair a mile from here Is n large nevextrncu just sufficient i. j. FIELD MAN WRITES AGAIN er railing cold spring Joeph Deiati-twell boned, mix well with a pulneer, settled here There OF HIS TRAVELS ft steam roller nnd serve In a were lots of wild hogs nnil deer roamfull din. ner pall with a dresslnc of Hoosevelt (from an Kxchange.) l ing the primeval forests Knrlv set- principles, a la Taft - af,,"r MlUnK n good supply lor ,To make a lawyer 'n our tlrst trip lit. .is recruiting i''1'.New rreelpe. own winter me.v would brlnz 'lake ten pound of 'srffcrfc cilicer for the I J we found. thU ..their lake three ptiru stniid (ntterr, two ,her ,nti oli bacon., tnllov. atRbt gal bliddera andbrass Nlliitfr . contents wns imi ossltile to see every n.un,nnd Dclaney would make It Into noun Knllona or ot air. Vi renum ot pie VttlH Insurgents and mix with Tnlt I) So lilln. K woman Mid child on lonclllatlon. .vld Tarllt Ibireau said in nnvn been nn mlMit nt and . cut of t'rnb Orchard in two da) a this trade, mid Hid a well appointed cedents navo two pounds of red popper I'leeenunl revision ami set nslilo nnd any cotuclence on hand, to (time nt Ae prelously thougut. Ono little factory and was patronized by ii jju little but It rnlso utter tdil a is not consldured Kits until weigh the next congress Crnb Orchard on thin all the settlers for nillcp away Hence ueieoHsry under JliilRht lcae when other Ingredl. Mix wel , ouke In a hot I unite and trom start till n.s rtiurn. the name. his will ' oven and sorve with demurrers. i' To make u democrat he trleil to partake of overv We found two enterprising tinners To ' . TfTIW T. V Jlf .u make society women lHVHMflMKN and eery jclndneas which who are not afraid of hard work even I'hls receipt changes so Take live ixxmdu or Ily7" these people go readily uow he tra if It Is not ROlng to tiring the coin e ivr only the Attest oiten that Tnke eler It would be a lotiK month er hid John Moen and A. I., hmiakrs ar poundf. ol MiperclllousnesR, one oiiiii.-o- f quart of Jeirersoiilin. principles, one n vm-Kbrains, one h Ilea i He cor"et, ? icuirn. wo nae jusi mni:e our seo - iuradlnK the rond In front of their ol IU0S one pint Jackson ditto und trip and It Til! t.ike yet another larma and making n No. 1 jn Iwnda of cosmetics, three divorces, and run a I loan's cullender: to tinlch the route Had th pleHKur o raeetlnj; rom one bushtl ol linlr and u yard of ollk. one-- qun Ot friN Inula nn. ll,... ... Stir gently so as to not rub nrf the slates rlqhLs. oue Untie lavlnc Crab Orchard ocr the old kinstolk w hRd never seen before. powder of Kentucky and Ferw deiollettn road and remeii berinK How Messrs JsmeH and Arthur lllanken-shlp- , 'Somerset whisk). Hum with solid bourn nun 'gooJ tl'e line sulphsr wator ii. mid paternnl second cousins, cap To make u doctoi "iiu niiit-- r sixteen lo I how comeulentlv n crinklnc cup Is tured us at It A. M . nnrt would not 1ukt, two gallons of tnlcrobs ,om, Rold standard an pre'erreit. oti. or 8om - ;eL ,alw.rvs al hand lor tlio un oft till utter we had taken din- - ounce of idoloim rve with Tamilian, drnssiti:' One pair of Van r, wo crossed the brldicn Into the ner. Jamas married the yoonnest Dyke whiskers one pair of squeaky To uiak. a populist nnl o! Col. J. Mortimer Adnmi and daiiRhter i( Rev', .ind Mvtj K. I) shoes one gold watch, one pod ot IThl.s is not called lor mi iin ol rs line a thirst mipnohliiR IIi- - Noakea who Is nlso :i relative. Ttenu Ienth tertiricateK Sterilize,' well and the dollsr ultl a. oor a mort nii KntrliiR jonni; rwntliiurn re tons of the Into add lies. Uie Urgent obtainable. 'ut Utiii slntv busheleraolol whlnkeis,vhest well Itu residence we i jiii. .lie Colonel a, mid wldelr lamented Snuire T. 8 In lour ounce vials and shRke tvell be- Take oueIn a hay thopicsl eufer; make Into n lilankctinhrp. for yenr inaslstrat.. In fore using patient surterer Irom rli iiuiatl.-m.- ' Inttrr with free silver, reterendum. which has kept him rontlned to his the Crab Orchard district, aud an old I'o make n Hindoo and gmoriniKTU ownership or every-tuli! room for t i.e time At tho co'itlu- - t'nton reteran. Tnl.e one iKitiiul of eurry powder, 10 Dujit with hay but fiirms .Next called uon Mr. Samuel l!rlf yanlh txJ ilfx'.y cillw one fion of our pleasant ilslt Mr Adams sewdM snd I tin and found him ready lor our paper Oiest, one valr or women's hands, one I'o make n serve socklesB Imltcd us to return pirate Crosilng I'iph ridses. wli!h nro'lthout any ot our convincing, nrgu- - hoiiiclck eipresilon, Ilvv of Tl.ls foriniila Is obsolete. Those ocred bv a Krow:i oi iicrub onku.ninta being made. Mr II. was n servility Add plent or unguents ,nnd pine, we leave the level voun.ry. pre it admirer of the late Judge- M. C so as to mnke it u,ipery nnd sorvo wishing to look it up are relerred lo iho reroli.t for making a rinaiiceer ttntl begin to start up tne lun,c stretch s.iuflej whom ne counted as : parti. hot us it his a teudeitcv to ehl'l make a reorier ot , uulo m Hilar friend. ,sali to be a weeks" can To mrko : preacher On our'way In, Meugth, on the side o.- the lilff knob. Tkke n lead pencil, one ration tin "lie brtee, lailon wnn thf odor the'vais tbroiif;! a tea of yollowl-- h mud, sixLike one bundle of old one rutone, agination, a rMiimlniu gnll bluddet, yellow whlt chickens uie reinforced eonereti ehe k, one pines onlj ix)ses mis as an exhll 'iilternatltir with reil, or the eonsls berry tenoy of batter, w. Utwl the olld tie. one ipiait ol white ton, ten pounds IHiund of irreverenrtt, two poundrf or anint. The beautiful ot brimstone Add enAtioiiaJIm llliKiully aud thns' mhiiii1s nt Slier- lmsh is in full bloom; the tli.nrntia pavements ot Crnb Orchard 'rtvlnK to tht restdenco of Vr. and and a ilstli ol world llinm aiwl sorve iocs, iioiii'h Kluvor with iiieudac tv and one snov.y patches ot while mn!e t Miitabli the I Ills look as If dressed for a Mr.. AiiRt'st llartels. we. sprtit n on a contillmtlou plate At the pri. lo pleisant uvenlns Heard some nice tut time it is tustotnar to shorten ), makes p iglllst bridal occasion .Mr eott acconipanjlns the wuii uiKiiei eriuriJM pood view or Crus.es Knob in. isle We had Pnae ot.e cnullllower ear. two soil otf to the right. The tiorv which han MlMes llartels. who performed upon !- '- "l.-rone iil.ua, , 'f'"1"""': " IV months old P 'lake on Nn.i,M nose. The little 'been handed down Imm father to son. 'he orKin S'. V'i T""mm'- - n. c""l', of Mr and Mrs HnricH Is balls, one air ol aiHilogetK hanu. from generation to generation, was dn'icMii l"'-- r. .hi. It Is as 'el quite a prot'S). huniiniiig distinctly one cold stoiaue Heart, one bunch .. Manager one trainer, three sparring told us by a resident Mf Willi plent. Cruse, who was n pioneer and inouKh to be easily understood, any IKiv ii tickets lows IMirtners. out eiier. one gnutiy batu n, alnio't, whkh Is belpK play ol usury and serve only when n ett jolle. Ileut up wen, serving in ii in hunter, was at .i deer lick noirliy u. It I HLANKCNSIIU'. t'l lllto into It rnrelullv or vou may twenty ltKit rtui; when he wns surprised by a bind ot lose ntir ttn'th. Indians The redkins snre chaie. ADvDAMS, To make a school teacher (modern WILLIAM MAKING WORK EASIER and Ciuse, who must tiave been try THE CASEY COUNTY SAMPSON, i reteipt Ine to reach the settlement at trnb Candidate for Governor, favors: fake one shirt waist, lour papers Orchard, vas m haru pressed bv his sanf0rd peopIe Are Peased to Know ol hair plus, one pair or e)o glasses, .Mr (ieorge Stnpp, lives on Clielta 1. Stringent educational laws that will secure more schools, iurnuers. on rcacring the knoc nhi. u How It is Done. one normal rounte, one box or chalk, Hldge, Is man letter schools and better teachers in' order to insure pretty bard to attend to duties one iiowtler pun, one volume of port ot the brag stout Ills of tilts If the stale feats or Ibit'U h poems, one rattan Shorten competency and such a system Tlfifcools as will insure equal op- - oi the knob and killed as many of With a constantly achlnn back; nro not surpassed by any . ,, . wltn plenty ot propriety although coufd by clubblni; i. Mils pursuers as he With snnoylns urinary disorders. some prefer a little giddiness nnd ordinary man wnunuy to an cnuaren. llln sixtieth birthday He soon came to his death, Doun's Kidney rills have made flavor with modern methods. The old wns last week and he lias never had His remains are raid to however. -- Constitutional revision of Ifce tax laws. lecelpt called lor spectnclet, u ruler, Ids knuckles pulled Into the dirt, or have been burled on the spot where orJ. eask'r. friends, who arrived and So thousands navo peacefully icsti- - plenty of vinegar, the three "It's' met his eifunl Thirty years, sgo he 3. -- All legislation necessarf J the roads of Kentucky to t .md an uncertain ago. to rout, too lite, however JWd rtoj're for bad backs. out lifted the 7L"J fat lady that was To mnke a dude me nignesi state oi emciencjr. to pivo the gallant pioneer. Tfcey'ro for wenk kidneys. Take a cane, one pair ot cutis, one , m circus that tame to Liberty. W soon arrived at tre (olnt once, a u i. : ot. s. , atantoru piopie giaaiy recommenu package of Kgyptlnn cigarette, two ,, "" cnrrKU t. ouiw; uani iiiapuuiiii. known ns AlbrlBbt. isy Here w0 not nor"" en sups to spats, a moiKKle nnd a pair of purplo and Mrs. Uriah -- Bnnging the mihtiaii to tl highest Btandard of efficiency Wv. old subscribers-o- t Albright,J. who Doana a nKcr. and ho cna easily carry 0. suckH. Part tho hair in the middle M" lUU .Mr. i. the liro ubble lMncimur, BUi Mw s w'f -- " ynr "! and remove the brains Add an Kn "" Rnd freeing same from politic. . Albright has been confined to his i Know u.ai glUli accent and lr serving place thn extended hand. Ky.. says. He Is a raw boned Iroom atl winter by rheumatism. Ho guitleninn weight about IHO poundi 6. Organization and for n long Doan'a Kidney ihi hoipca mo iu.i 1 head or the cane In the inoutn between farmers as well aa'kopt tho post otfxo To make a hotel clerk: nnd looks ke na orJltwrv mnn pnj. among other laboring men, whflfta'th.y labor in the field, factory, !n 'lake our. rake tliamnno ten imundB '" '0 or sell importance, tell pounds store, or wherever wage u eamO. fiorau hauteur, ono register, one directory, ,nay Unit his strongfi is n. wonder ro 10oTnHUrtCa0tn.,loU aU?r lh'8 vest. Add a patrician liberty Nvvs. 7. Such legislation a3 WOUll Improve the relation between Wo spent the night as guest of Mr tlmo and nlthoush my condition was uinl one "oskln8-- . Kound our not serious, i waa nevertheless an- - beurfiiii nnd cnunl parts or obsequious nn(1 Mrs- - J- capital and labor. ,.... pni Mv i,ci ai.tu nes.H and InsotciHc nna 111 cooking host nnd hostess most agreeablo peo-- llnvpn not swell up too see " o. almost constantly and sometime be- - uuicu that It does portion of Article 6 of the i"c anu l"u,r ,U11"" "'""! ine strict eiuorce.nent or .. jiu.ii;.. iv, ,..iw. c,lmn so mno inni it reijuireu n meitt To make .1 Highlander: Constitution of the United States which reads as follows X pv inally enmo to U recti llrler hprlnps eIlt)rt )or mo to tooii. There were 'lake ono pair of hairy legs, thiec ne wiih nU(( ot,a,r H ,,,,, Bectlon near Lrab "'ciinru ()f kUney com "No rsHtfiou-shall ever be reauired as or eal plaid, Mireo janls ii large number or friend In thlP seomt t(mt cantofi mo aiatiess. Miuh yitrtit ot qualification to any office or public pound oatmeal v tinu 11 Ho boilKht Ills present rn-,Uon llk,n Kl.lnev Pll!s. nrocaret vii'lsm, otic plpea ol Add ple-itor baj.' .. ill ui upiu-uiuIrom VhniUs ueunnc-r Tinlfo.l ucavBuui-iiuiuie 0 - l... .i:- -. at btu,Kar8 mil lunnera druu store. rveictlveuess, 4 uy v. TT,t,i; nnd raiitiousuess . vuiu ui n i.-.,..- ... wii.nuii ui uuuvu iiic VIVIKIIIII vvl.o moveu in uiiio. nM tnniliiiM li.ivn disuiiner .1... ....' Ill shiev duet's nnd leave out tho humor people. ' .......v .. nv .... TllUtl.. III"! and my lienlth has liiiurovcd." tVlliillitrr iin It was oushl'rtd In tunnel o: ton i.v ruin snd heavy liaulnm For sale bj nil dealers, l'rlcj i.' ue( esnr totliuos claymore. ndd 10. The strict enforce .Tient'of'alf laws on the Statute books. ipl.one popTs and ties to Crab Orchard touts, Mllbiirn to., dlultnlo, To make an Irishman. Itio tanners here nre lindlv ia!i-- to .N'evv York, sole ngntri lor the U.a.ii One pair of brogues, a cuttv pipe, I vnUIi Cielr farm work, bih' have . ono boltlo or poteen, n pair or corde-- i ' no States. HfiLluS. Democratic Primary ElectionJSaturday, July 1st, 191L atlvnntiue und ha' ' take Jlciueinl'er tho nnnte Uoiir8--UJi- d roy trousers und n slilllalali, .Muko lt when an, diy davs couu. Uiev can tako no other. strong with religion nnd politics nnd iloso ot 1 peed tlulr plcv r At theliosp'.tnble FOR SALE PRIVATELYI 111 piuniy i tho Uuv sweeten vvmi poeiry. we lepalred to tho NOTICE OF OISUOLUTION. . ' .1 .b An Rxoeptlon. i. til il..hlln Hinn.rlnl t.i.4 nlin.lAn .irl.H UJIlltln limil'KUl residmce or :ir II c. vt 'Pi'eM and yes. Tommy," iialU tho teacher, blat ny "Oh, Spent the evonlnp bv i .oe.l or nn excess of bus.neas win Un ui count xvoott lire in nn open fireplace. Mr. "If jou hare u dog jrou uro the 'own- To ninko n chimin p:il Tulte 0110 pair of skinny logs, one Jesse Chnp-Iv- er of a quadruped.' " Tho HustoniHio iloller Mill Com- I tloslte to soil mj mill ut McKJnnoy, cimppells grnniJtntliei volro (any kind will do) plenty oil cam... from Vlrynla at nn early It husa capacity or 75 barrels of pany a corporation unJri the Irws ol "No, I nln't," loiUled Tommy. padding, one box of rougo, one ogle, uato nnd settled on the Catpenter "Don't contradict me! I explained 0110 half v'ard of ciioeso clotii mi sttto ot Kentucky, doing buslnerg it lour per day; machinery In Rood con- - fnrm, formerly known ns the Situated on tho Q. &, C road and bull place. Ho ntteivvards built t o you yesterday that 007 animal with powder well. Display thu legs nnd ttie town of HustonvlMe , KentucW v ., put In plenty of vlvaclousness. Drill a rn..lhnuse near tho Alt. Ollvo church To four less was a." -- r..nw - - " - ," - - his ;work ho clearod up u bridle -' la now closing up Its bmlnoss nn h UIII..B ihoioiip.lily and keep uwny from the reach Tea'm, but liover lost one o' bls'n Johniiios. oipontion. All persons having claims or countlet, good turnpikes lead to It path across the knob, thin trail vva ofia(ns( It wll prehent ttiera (or inn nnd Is In the heart of a lino wheat made larger, a roau nug oui unu mis Aghtin' a trolley car." Catholic Stand- To make a republican: (old receipt ) Take cue Adl futU'il tnrrfr ope Z.'.R belt. For further particulars wrlto has ever since homo the name or ard and Times, ment L. T. Younss Sec.&Treas or seo J. B. Murph), McKlnncy, Ky. . ' In the East End "Chappeirs linp." mm,. III1M wmmmiMMwmfcid tiBVKr m, jr-sn-.' ,,, 1 1 -- aaH hihhbk .Tt ii thrty tral frnw - three-quarter- a aftr li rerlr i,,, i ,.. . I vll !'"""" V' "" "' ee .... w?M0b TnvTXy'lTXl liia-Rii- n ! ftring -- j 'LS? iie !nird. Pu 'jEE ST"? ZlLS SI Ma' or'caly. ut ...... IONIC WOMEN. vvh-it- taat ""J FINE i t3t trust." m ,,,.,. ro-il'-- r c.i. iona i. 1 uncii ..-.- ...!. . .h. 11 Z'flr.BEW' JFTdW lift na 11 ' y. Turn-(Ittlo- 11 .... j... llll'bl i Ji PWMI v7k,mL IHfcSfaiS V9EJimMM. J0 m "At b1 1 Georgetown Ky Ashhwl llrook wns fouled I9WI, sotld bay with And 1913. CURES leit limit foot winto, 15 3 4 hands h"h Cholera, Gapes, Limbcrneck, Roud, Canker,, I'f.UiUltKK. hired by Slli-t.- t imi'lrcil alien, UitK Mh(Kn"J, CII1 AM (IDOII Nil I'J'Oii, recntil J'18 12 the marrnoea and all Diseases of v oultry I'jy, I "e'rth 1,100 ikhiiki-mi crHRi wo lre of Maraaret Bathgate, 2:11 M wMinil In t'Tery '.iv. U iiliHiliitclr I ha a v.1 fltrL.. i.l 1.44 tti vM,iJif.utkltt MwtKtlM. fbrant. lUnlatmvfi. ICv . nr ,iiwl iliminliliiu and . not Mnily ,aInn- Belle Llrook (3) ?.:t Lady Cell- llrkraipra,nllmtrn' kviil",llfttl ' pojilfff tfnt4dr mJ . , , term lie nns niopp y-i-iu- ii Jennie Brook, (1) trook., 2 17 licknl)lhlhvrennanlrrlirTtlKr(NckiiiitiTit(f liiittil,npfFTrfttifvlhav'rt(f The blue 2:17 V4. Elliott Stone 2118 M, Lady Hffl. .nil Guaranteed by J. Robt. Crume, RirdtloH n, Ky. Price SOc el il I L'f njUlsts. J w BOLD lY t three ,3rjok, 2:30 nd Running Brook, ?:30 iii! - vrliili; lie ow.r PENNY'S DRUQ STORE 9 1ANFORD,. KENTUCKY. out silent UrooK by Darknlght, No. 2850, )eim old wore ISn blues nnd red nnd ,,, bnincKH horo of 14 Miows; ns )ro of senrchllRht 2 0'' IV n model U in .1 dims to .ilinWl- "ripniiitii, 2.(ls ... nni. vnipa, ' t Ilo ?nc nucr dcfontid except by iMrkiilghl iltod by Alcyono No hid own colt. nnd has won In b.iUiii! UtookHl-rocoid 2.27. Ills colls nre nl nr.RS of 23 bead. A. S. II. It lnni Trial 2 21 Trotting. Dark Hoy Stnl-llowiy In Ide the nionty, .nd when 22U1 Ilun V..en Ly ABhland WIIL, .Sired by Dignity Dare I9SJ, be by de In 3d jnnVe ;rncold 2:17 tie nl o r f rnddlem and 1C hnndc, foaled August 1901. Sallv To 10, be by Mack Squlirel ,li:h priced three nnd five Raited show John II. ('entry. 200 nt VIIIhro ITirm, IShsI Aurora N Chester Dare hrd Ashland Wllkn shed by bis Ret nt nnller. 2.uG Sixty' Y. First ilom NKURhty (llrl by Hex 58, ho by King William 07. lst (lain homes. nee oflive of yuir.i fobl nt,li'l ilki.li4'J, bo by dorRi 2 2 uvernen d Atnrrlciis 21200, Lvcnu-oIi- I dam. Sldo Lilly, by l'rc rcconl Toxnwny 4,fu8, dim rcgiHtered in ol.- nn verp'e price ol Ifill. Ho lus'Wl'Ns, 2:11 1ID1, 2d dam by Jim Monroe of Hnttleton, lyr. re 0 A. T H. II.. She jy Aiidniinu Mnin- never been iie'dliid in u piiiJuco rlriR UM'-t- , sire liritin 1715, bo by Aiiiumc 3; 2nd dam rord 2 07 American Hello rlnc when mown mwi 4 10 i& m iun,c-- . 4 and IS other' In 2 ,10 I.Hdy ImMj by C rlt Davis, by Ilourbon 2 12 Aihtnml llrook Is a linndpomo lei- S. by Fo.o rii ECt flit; u roii ot Onward 1111, record Chief; lrd dam Matllo ihlnk of uch saddlers ns ro bx l'w with lot of B.ibstnnto; has a Light, by Foreigner, by imported wen Bin- - of Onwnrd Silver 205 2:25 Nrtt'.cton. Wliirom. bold wny of koIiir with wonderful cimi. -1 nnd 170 other In tho 2:30 Hut ro; 4lh dnm llettlo C iiy cunning' I'ro'p. ct, the Jim Anderson mare, Hey fieed,, stjlo nnd action. Ills oldest tiatii'H f'opperbottom; 5th dnm by Im Onward wns sired by Ooorgo WIH"? Dav, the Price lt:rln Mnre, Toxic, rolls aro onlj comltiR four years old ported Iluzzard. tl!. London Daru, Dnm Al', White IhlH sprlnR nnd tbcv aio all one oduld Dnro "the t.nturul show Dare, Prlt.-- c Impel lal nnd n Almont Second ilnm Durrnm, sired by ilnm-brlnhot of expect, they benrlns good colors w'th horse without the KNIFE AND KRUP. Foot, King 127r, dim ot 75 Including hnvc brcn sold from 1,000 pltntv of sl7e, with wonderful stvle PER or wolRhter shoo. The rectllt otherf Hint NO. S22 VOL. 11. Ijidy of tlio Manor 2 01 11, Lord lir-bto I'l.COO. IHill nt lis record is n and action. It Is to tie remembered of n life long mating with tho best 0'i 3 4, Heir nt Law 2:05 SIRED DY WASHINGTON NO. 54, FIRST DAM DELL BY RHODE. oth Iren nnd dams ohtnlriiihlo ,ind us sire ot Middiers nnd nee what tbuyithnt he sired the Brett Salllp Drook jtunt was never defeated In her clans RICK NO 104, SECOND DAM BY DENMARK. ors In ot his rich brcedltiR 1.1s colls run do. I ns either a harness or roadjtcr three hr Cao-te- r DIGNITY DARE. co 3rd dam Dotlet, by Nutwood CO", thp roof IHIS CHAMPION 5 GAITED SADDLE STALLION OF KENTUCKY, ar WII1II1MK iiuii:it ninnn .n . uc Dar No 10. K.P I t d"" b Welch' jear old and she wns second to tlm . .... iiiju . hlio of 14 In tht list ny"linontC3r,7 A T H II , be hv llysdyk'spre I Edna May In the swecpsioko WHICH EVERYBODY IN THIS AND ADJOINING COUNTIES KNOWS HIM "J? n? '.". l 4th itnin, Topaz by Htrathmore. 409, ' 10 A. T. II. H. vllliLamtM ,ln,.s at Krnnkrort Inst year BOTH AS A GREAT SHOW HORSE AS WELL AS A BREEDER, WILL Flic O'l in the list GRADE Mnniblelnnlnn No. to M. eredlt ..Io?o .! 1114 Sth dnin, Millard, by Albion, Cth ilnm lfirs)f(.aj. l"1', ins- MASe'ierve innren this senonf of 1911 nt nr"Ile t;sr.ir. t .mi ji'iIj tli aseveral f MAKE THE SEASON OF 1911 AT MY STABLE IN CRAB ORCHARD, KY. it . Il i sv u trttis trlsn lni u. liltl . . i.ip, MUMdUVIIItl ..in in l"U Nod by till win Forest. 7th dnin Lady and Ret n DREAD WINNER. H. IB U UnitlP IM it i..illl. 111 .Mn tximni- - t v IlIi.iu linrr itifs TO A LIMITED NUM3ER OF MARES' AT $25.00 TO "INSURE A LIVING I. n , l !,., f.ntiiiMi.v til lh " "" " " Turner by MBinbrlno Chief 11. ..,. . . lull brother to Nettlcton that told. a' y i in iniiirn a i ivinn uuii. COLT. WILL KEEP MARES ON GRASS AT $2.50 PER rtONTH BUT ij . The Wnrfli'M was bred to only 15 a I ) car old for JfiOO. and to loxy i)are . . A n,nm, ronk w, p,aI(( t!lo ,,ro. VILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENT OR ESCAPE OF STOCK nf marP mares. He has 12 foata nit up headed Iiini niM won more preiniiiuisirnnnnv or removed, or bred lo anvVent season at $U to Insure r, IIvIiir SEASON IS DUE WHEN MARE IS SOLD TRADED OR BRED TO plenty of ytyle, nun nml substance IIH1IU .'..-- I 0i... n. ,... ,.. 1'iitv) i.m. on nil, colt mid idetitv of speed. Tlin Wnrfleld Mil of others too numerous; to men other stock. A Men retained OTHER STOCK. cnltn until paid for. Grass furnished In n representative stallion In nil the tion, ,, , 'or mares from al at reasonablen term Implies. To sny tl.ot bo has C. King Eagle be settled for be- Th'e nnd, iilzo. substance nnd speed only In part ,.,. liirvillim i.i.iin ..w .in. nml 'ore emphasize tho qualities combined In C In ta tlilH Kin of Dare Devil. He HaslhemlonR to location will make tbe sea my No. 253C. ,.? Jm IV. 2 mllni from ' "?? nnd the" nre such symmetrical chnrne son . nt my stable .. bo ' ol C. A S II. n. Kin? Kan'e Is um. "in tr. .. l'L'i ii iiini ....V tii.-ii,.. in. tor m to make .him . n stallion miinn:. r.. . fir iarrtrr ;."'. . acr wen . ... !' :... iwi nwu.ui unj ititinv ilia in.mi nnii nrir. itnn. iior iiiHiiri. iivint? roii win nun i:inn :i ieMonibie II 'I same time 'and plac le k n.l juvhi .liifl. Mil, mill. firm iiiiun kl Will nlsn nt tho ,mr ,ln', an(1 ta,I Scs n" ,ho Pa!t8 fine blR juiiir horso nt 1 10 ti Innire nnc! vv nrn porfrct nuJ when iccit my Mule Jock traded or bred elsewhere Watzniann, No, 34J. This splendid in connection with his InuUlosn Kilt Uh Plenty of speed t,le and ar.. ii nnd Kront henuty nro ecpoclaPy lin- - dors season due. (Srnss furnished nt i This crack )oung stallion will make (ierman Coach horse was foaled Ma Pn.i nf .i "n .,... ,....... HfAiiK'.i Vn i mhniitri NPf) fl.ltt Illir.sVi "' " ...s.r,...,. i.tth0 season of 1911 at my place on the i21st, 1!.'0J, by 11. Hanenkamp, In Gcr-- I .. . ti si nn in r.. n i , - itiiv nm inniMinvii -l i ',... .. in .. r... nil .....-...- lie IB Ul'iure '" " due ""i J"" Dinn,. l. ..-- - Hldge near tbc Hush Branch pike. " i. i... n " .rl. ". uorresnonuenre nnni;r...foro Jchnets, ........ when colt "t lor noeiiicnis. noxer looked nt n better one rare irnuen, removeu "JWall .Inckson 72. Iloyir King's llrnt He Is one of the finest breeders Many. Ho was impoitcd by J. Crouch inaien Tho UVirtlold Is thn only itnlllon Inspection Invited parted wltlw or mare bred to any nt!.'UnlII Mo,c lo,,,,. .1.'S4. was by the S. T. POWELL, Indiana. He Peyton by Huff Duddcrars that has 7 dnms In tho ureal brood er stock ,,ro ; !li)v,ir. i.8xlnrton K. S. In the county. He Is siroa by Chester .& Sons. oC llustonvllle, Ky H(. ha.s two Matubnno cs sired by Eskimo, Ko. 1400. He l's inck, ho by Hubblfs nrlpnolla nnd K1iiii Cairle's Hrst dam lllp, 2179. she Chief, be by Chester Adair; 1st dam uinro list. KIiir crosses, two Mambrlno I'achen, lout of Jim Porter Jennet. Old Kins by Marlon Squirrel; 2nd dam by Gill a very fino typo of the German coach by Xale lilrd tul4, he Peyton la fine with very lante Tione Knnle, 750, second dsm bv Hed Lion Kdge; 3rd Uam by. On Time; both, by borecs, and sold for $3)00 three years two Mnmbrlno Thief, one Chlmo one by .,. ,. W'iUhh. oiio Klec and Onwnrd, one leir 'nil foot, pood nrck 15 enr. 1 rood ...j . J.. ,, so. Il0 will make the season at my hands inch' Mipr.g i,pnrnark 4S( f0uttu dam by Gray Eagle r.usrter. well mounttd, tloneer, one Net'v "i1, one dtfitlrnur", J.lghtfoot Is a sorrel horse, IS bands plate nt Utistonl!lc, at 10 to ir.hure rf.. lr,.lllni, ITWIAI than ltd lt,'ll' hlsh nnd ndmlred by all who se. him, Jim Bell (rhftrouRhbred.l romblnod stallion and Is snld to be tho best muio Jack In T'18 hoaullful lion nllve. NOTE. Klnc Kaple la a comblued high, has rjue style. H0 Is the teU a living colt. Tho Warlleld In bv Dure Devil, 24S6S ill.nck Joe. will make the' seaion' of Lincoln county. of fine color and At the sait'c place 1 will also uUuid vtalltnn,. n . 1911 at our b.nrn 1 mile north- come nnd see him. hleb styled breeder .they all havlnf bred saddle norse' In Lincoln county my All nre Invited to roeord 2:09. Ho by .Mamnnno Kinr colte. fine trotting stallion Hummer, Jr. and also the best individual. He has 08 he west of Stnnford, Ky.. known a the phone In roddeneo 1279 he by .Mambrlno Patchen, jslzo, style and action. He sired tho Ills insure S. CARPENTER, by Mambrlno Chief 11. Dam Merco-il- i. J. 11. Mc.Mlster place nt $12.50 to 'iilt that won the 150 "take at the two colts a ready and they are the at $10 to all been a living colt horvery fine road pet have llustonvllle, Ky. by Chimes 5248. by I'.loctloneer Insure a lllriR rolt and will nlso .Stanford fnlr, aim tho $100 stako at finest 3"ou ovqr saw. ses. 125. Lniicnster Ufentlrn here rour or tne rUi tho senson to the parties showWill stand htm at $10 to Insure This or tho Front Hex Peavlre Dare Devil Is a Rrcat winner II" ing best and finest celt. Colts to be I will stand my several finc neks at ebnmplonshlp at Natlntml J'ldKcd Pnple was second in th lMng colt. pet cf King won tho by dl8lntcrot(d parties In 512 for marcs, no Jennets. Money duo In 1S9S, elais 4; llrm Stanford, Ky with 21 MOO slake nt Hnrrodsburjr, Horse .how on all these sires when marcs are entries nnd defeated the colt tl.nt won lllnek Joe Is a fcen'itlful black, fine National Horse Show 189S. clans 2; told or traded. nnd nil the style you Hre .thts Ftal.e, two out t! three shows. Hla nd first National llorso Show 1S99, clis 'colts are In ileir.nnd, bring the lushest championship MKionai norsc lookllnc for, one of the llnest saddle 10; J. K. BAUGHMAN, piles. Kinp Haele will mako tho rfhow 190O, class 2; llril National horses to bo found In Central Ken llustonvllle, Ky. piei-en- t season at the low prlco cf lT Horse Show 900. class 3; llrst ,K, ,g 1:, llan,,s )nci,8 nBh ' to Insure a living colL ioiirI llorsf Show 1900 cIojs 10 llrst- fw. yn:lrH oJJ aml a Sco Uln j, iKMinp Horn! St.ow inn:, clans -- ; re- wlou. IOOMr.t: your mares Show 102, mns lioston llore ii..- - uiw.ii, 190J. ... mark Joo .U b th,. not"d . Preston i WAR TRACE , . .......... . .. ...:.. .,,... timi t, B"Conu inmiiii nii.fj I.orso anow .,s;i ,,,!,. ()I ivciuuuk.v H creniet h!r.-- ; i ,i fHond llost.'ti stnlllonr. Prnston by w.n, tins ,t W'e will nlso stnnd tho great yone lkiiion norm1 inn 51, Ularls Jo""s dnul I.urlb- - by 2: l.oi.l Jnck War Trace at $10 for mares and Show li'OS, iliii l: third lltwtoii MeBbciigrr Deiimnik, 2nd daui Lottie $.0 for .Jennets to insure a living colt Horse Show 1J03, class 7 lie sired tloblnson. bv Itoblnson Vermont, b) Acr Tr.nye Is black with white points 15 1 2, (slro of l'rln-cek- Hniiibletonlan. The lt .in Ideal 2 '"( hands high, lje was sired bv ( Devil's Daughter Helen 2 If Mm want to breed to one of thi Grout Kasterr. 11 he by imp. Taxl'ayer 1 Trif-le- r IV 34. Sarah Hamlin lest horses In Lincoln count v nt r that sold for J.IMO His dam was by Dnro Devil, Jr.. 22S lensonablc price see J. V I'idi and I'i tho Imp. Grent ti.istern. War Trace's (VArac Wears 0M..1tJfyt SSO) al our Son. All care will be taken to pre III mako the proient senion dam bv Iledtord Star, he by Ezell oltalre is a registered I'crcheon Starlight. from McKlnney, Ky., at enl accidents but uot roson IlileJ farm on,, mile ir mares are trnu stallion nnd n pertect tnalMdual. Tho flimild any occur 115 to Insure n IIvIiir colt. Note This Jack served only a. ed or patted with season Is due. Ilenipcnpl0 of Lincoln county have neer In his three rear-olform, so S. M. OWEN5 4 SON, bail the opportunity to breed to one ills first co'ts came last spring and Is nlso retained on colts for season. like him berore. J. D. EADS & SON, tliey sold from $90 for1 horse mule's to McKlnney. Ky. He will fill n long felt want. He Is $1,17.50 for mare mu:o colts, bo jou Stanford, Ky. the kind to cross with our Kentucky tie In offering to the public this grent BRIGHAM YOUNG. mares to Ret a hlRh class mule mnre youim Jack, v.e have ono that Is secthe kind that ecrbody wants, and ond to none This Jack should make DOWNTHETHROAT OF A "GAPEY" CHICKEN DESthe kind that brings the big money. n great Jennet Jack for he has tho 13! nt inyt Will mako the iciwon of Tho Hreeder3 .liuotte of this week tinest h.nd nnd ear and as much foot . at tne low place near McKlnney, Ky TROYS THE WORMS AND SAVES THE CHICKS LIFE. aiiote desirable drafters at $ J2.".l3 to and bone as any jack living. . .. . I win stand my nne price of JS.OO to insure n lUIng colt tin- - 3.ri0.nQ, you oan't beat tnem. . , r'CiJnA4A 15 hands 2 Inches high A FEW DROPS I N THE DRINKING WATER CURES This jack Is Dock for the season of 1911 attalre will make tho season of 1911 EQUITY ulack vltli white points, tlno style tho farm of S. J. Kinbry on the Ivin- - nne mile from town on the Danvlllo ft AND PREVENTS CHOLERA, DIARRHOEA AND OTH. great bono nnd foot and ba.i proved caster pike, nt 10 to Insure n living' pike nt the Goodknlght lurrn at $15 tWe will nlso offer for public serhliiuelf n great breeder. Ills colts colt. to insure a thing colt. Jack. He Is ER.INFECTIOUS DISEASES. vice this great Dock Is ono of the finest bred Shetlias nlwnys brought the top prices. It J. NEVIN CARTER, olark with white polnttt Ills head ONE BOTTLE MAKES 12 GALLONS OF will pa you to see this Jack bofore land ever brought to Kentucky. He .Stanford, Ky MEDICINE. USE THISREME- nnd car. foot and bono aro second Is sired by Imp. Illue Kve; 1st dam breeding your mnre. to none, with stylo and action like DY AND SAVE YOUR CHICKS. by Imp. Dobbin II: 2d dam Imp. S. M. OWENS &. SON, a ni'ile. Ho Is sired by Velberton. by Imp. Ilobbln III. McKlnncy.Ky Jr., first dnm by Dr. Wood, second He Is n bountiful black, nnd wnlte, Dock Grey dam by Imported Jack. Yelbeton, Jr.. splendidly marked and an aristocrat Last year 1 raised hundreds of cnlck My wife used Uourbon Poultry Cuie the silo of Kquitv, Is now at the head eus free lrom gapes by giving them on her sick chickens and nil oier. Just 40 Inches Mgh nnd the piovetl of Mr T n. Adams' herd of Jennets, Ilourbon Poultry Cure. .sweetest littlo horse you ever saw. On several thoroughly ettectlvo and it worked a Shetland pony, 38 Inches tall; own- at Lexington, Ky. I I have cured chickens with cure in every instance. occasions 'V ed by llunh Iteld Foster will make In offering this Jacic for public ser- it that were so sick they could not COL. E. H. GAITHER, S. J. EMBRY, JR, Harrousburo, of 1911 nt $10 to insuro a vice "e feel sure wo aro offering n stand up. of The Century, I Stanford, Ky. Ky. tcason Cured by The Marvel competent Judges U. B. B. Tested for 30 Yean. FRANK P. CLAY, Parle, Ky. Ho Is by an Imported sreat breeder for living toll. llonrbon Poultry Cure Is the best say that ho was the ocst breeder In lluwklng, spitting, luul, breath, dhv i I have been raising chickens for remedy for gapes 1 ever used. pony that cost $1,000 in tho Shetland MoT)tcomorv COunty, his colts always I never charges of yellow matter permanent' ' nearly tlfty years nnd Ilourbon Poul- expect to bo without it ns long as ! isiunas nnu is regaraeu uy norscmcn.nrinRing the niRnest prices. ly cured with puro Uotni.Icnl Ingredl try This groat Jack will make tho pre. dy Cure U the most satisfactory1 reme can get it pony In Kentucky do- HA tho best ents. To pruio it wo win senu you u lor gapes andCholera tthat imvo MRS. A. J. MILTON, CralQ's Cieh, m and featlng all comers In tho show ring for Jcnnetn tjWisnre'or mares colt. $20 over useil 8AMPLE TREATMENT FREE , Va. All a living i wm ,ti'iid my fine Jack, Sam Keono CAiAllltH IS NOT ONIA DANGKH-1 OI 190J. retainoa on ail COltsi.., th, .lm,n mentioned stoek will MRS. W. W. RALSTON, Hopklnsvllle, luv0 not lost a cnlckcn by slch Ol'S but it causes ulcerations, death ,1,1c ,0 season of 1511 nt the Will until season Is paid. Mares parted .uake tho present season of 1911 at Ky. ness since I begun using Uourbon Piml shanks' farm two ir.i:es from town on ruid dce:. of bones. Kills nmbltlon Kvery jear I had been losing from try Cure. I used it last year nnd dfd mile west of Stan with or bred elsowhcro forfeits In- our stable 1 s of nppotHe, nnd thr Somersit pike ctton causes 75 t'j r. hundred chickens with snipes not havu a sick fowl on tho place. nnd o is a black Jack with white joints surance and money becomes due. Will ford on the Shelby City plko. Marea 1 roaches to inornl debility, Idiocyonce, got a lottlo of Ilourbon Poultry Cure MISS MARY J, COOMES, Hardlns-burg- , traded", parted with or bred clscwhero bands high nnd make the season at my farm. five yair ohl, 14 insanity. It needs uttentlon ut Ky. and now I have 200 culckens nnd not without our consent forfeits tho Curo It by taking Botanic Blood Balm has fine beedlng. and money becomes, duo at a "gapey" one among them. JOHN B. FOSTER, Stanford, Ky. Last year my chickens were sick Will servo mnres nt ;8 to Insuro n in a nulck radical pernia' n ni ii . I, n. time of Btich transaction. For fur- MRS. JENNIE B. STEVENS, Lynch-burc- . and I gavy them Ilourbon Poultry Cure lt..ln.v I It rids the system 11,111 .nil ...IIIIVJ ,l,,n niilll fntlnA n .u.. w. llll. llinnv fill.' ...in e.im tieca-isVa. g nnd did not lose a chlcKcn after ther Information call on or address, germs that causo ontarrh inaro is pnrtcd with. pol-o- n of tho I have tried n great many poultry Uiem thls,incdjetne. J. M. LAIR, Rex Arbuckle 1467 . liino Blood Balm (B. B. nt the same remedies, but for gapes Ilourbon Pout MRS. W. R. MOORMAN, Glendeane S. T. HARRIS & ROBT. WOOD8. F. Stanford, Ky. B.) purlflen tho blood, doos nwny with R. 25-- D. No. 1, try Cure Is tho best of all. .My last Ky 3. Phono. 8 every ..ymptmn ot catarrh. D. B. B. hatch wns 36 IJt,tle chicks and 'oit of' Find enclosed' check for which send Stanford, Ky. Combined stallion. Will make the a tingllnK flood of warm, rich aunds ihat number I raised 35. m0 live gallons ot Ilourbon Poultry season of 1911 at J. N. Denny faru, uuro blood direct to tho paralyzed BESSIE V. SHEARER, Columbia, Ky. Cure. My chickens had kudo? so bud 4 FINE PROPERTY miles trom Lancaster, on Klch none . ud parti affected by catan-ha- l Ilourbon Poultry Curd Is working but year that 1 could not raise any mond plko at $20.00 to Insure a livwurmth and FOR SALE AT McKINNEY poison. BlvltiB ' ilk0 nmRlc In this1 countx-- Myfrlenus until I got this medicine. ing colt. fctrcnrlh Juki whoro It Is needed, nnd who are using It say theynover iav MRS. W. R. GUNTER, Concord, Va. Itex Arbucklo. 14G7 by Kor McDonlust iK 1 never have a sick in this way muklng n perfect business, nn thing like it. 840. I;t 333 b0 by Hex PERCHERON STALLION. Iron gray to go Into Last year we lost one entire brcod cure ot cntarrl. In all It. l'fcU uAKUi. subject to register, 7 years old, weighs ald Miss Itlchmond DenmarkKing Ktch fowl Mnce using It. 551, by dam w0 will sell the following property MRS. illaTS or by express, $1 J. D. COX Lawrenceburrj. Ky. with whlt0 diarrhoea this year wo directions for homo l.tii0 pounds will make the season of ard, by Peavino 68. 2d dam Jennie located opposlte tbo depot at McKlnlitjTTl. J. with 1 nui nn old poultry raiser and Hour-Io-n have used Ilourbon poultry Cure In by Stonowall Jackson, 72 dKNT KKKK by 1911 nt my home on tho old Isaaa Lynn, 361, cure, AMI-LPoultry Curo Is mo only remedy their drinking water and have nut lost by Washington Denmark 64. 3d dam ney, Ky. Atlanta Oa. Uhalby plneL. two miles sojth of She!' Florence by Sand Maupln's Dreunon Blood Balm Co. 1 have ever toond that will cure gnpes Ono 18 room hotel. any, and free medical vour troublo bv City on llustonvllle pike nt $12.50 M xeB sold, traded or bred to any It has cured every chicken I have givOne livery bnrn, bold by BUiigiwuna . SON, Lexington, W. E. JOHNSON en It to. consent, the to Insure a living colt. other horso without with sldo 60x30, One storc-liousny. 'lanncr. MRS. J. A. LYNN, Purcellvllle, Va. This horso wns but recently ship- money will be claimed for Bervlco ped In from Oklahoma, where his colts Daiimint VVai Vacant by our horse. Mares kept nt rooms, wli stock of merchandise. month in equaled the very best In their class, 10 cents per day on grass but not ro- 1'artlea dolr!nn to go Into th hotel "DU1 you say you vrero a .' STANFORD, KY. Seo him beforo booking your mares, nnnnulliln for nretdenis or eHranes. A unci llverf nnd goods DUSiness win NEW STANFORD DRUQ CO DANVILLE, KY. fam-Il- r Cup taken to prevent accident or eliinn rotnined on colts for tho season Will mako T. P. CURRY & SON, rind this a fine location. week with tho ' a good price to right pnrtles. Call J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO LANCASTER, KY. capo put not responsible should any money. floor, a week with a laly on tho top JUNCTION CITY. KY. REYNOLDS & EVAN8 occur. . on or wrllo O. H MASTEI18 or Clias. DENNY BR08., 011 the tec-onon tho third floor, n week riowyer, MoKlnnoy, Ky. Lancaster, Kontu try G. S. SHELBY. ground floor. and a week 011 tho , Shelby City, Ky Meggcndorfcr Blatter. Kuek.-r, SK4rr adLV.. Notice! Poultry Raisers DIGNITY JDARE Nominated In 1982 Mland Vol. 17 A. T. II Brook U..I)Tccl - 11-4- 4 the Chronicle' Saddle Horse Futurity Stake 1911. 1912 (No. 41760.) ly Kugcro Hr-Hi- ,..,.. - 3-- uI lri.w loVrl..K '". 1 THE WARFIEtD Almont Rare 3228 t- uj-o- -'. $-- 1 se-on- 3-- d 1 PRESTON. y l-- ... '.. r0,'.'. .r ... ." roni 1 1 ! ' ,..,. -- ' -- vB JXT&r Snn'r" .ki hvl .. 2 1 nit J. BAILEY, Crab Orchard, Ky. " ."":" .. :'"','"v,r:".v:, k- i $2", ... .... r.'8"1" dfyUtfootl WaiLn'3 ".,. .'". "Peyton. .,,, ,.. - 'ilk,. .., -- Black Joe i, I ., Jkp pt jCo uis Jfones, Stanford, 1 Nnfrhv Jy. Cls . tl-ui- reore 1 1 lliiHtar s VOLTAJKE, or, 10 ONE DROP OF I s d Bourbon Poultry Cure 1 Dock .... ...ihih-iius- u ... vol-lio- n 4 - ssv 'casss d Na-no- n Catarrh I I Sam Keene 2 !. vW 2 Klv-ln- ng It ALTO, 2 ." Dc-riil- thr t o ren-dore- d 7iaam-t- i d EESfijr.jk p". JFn f At a meeting of the Hoard of last week the following tnch-tr- t were elected for Iho coming school year: Misses Claudia Katon, Margaret Hopper, llivaddus, Mac ICthel Kcttro, Lena Paln.or, Horlha Jackson, Kllen llnllnu, .tenule New-lanMrs II II Dill Ha md Miss Annlo McKlnney I'rof J V. Ireland wna elected ittst TAX REVISION r.cccmber for two jc.ir-- from net hdllor Urey Woodson, democratic high school jirlnri-pa- l Thorn M i,ii doubt tb:n the nctlor. national committeeman from Ken September. Tho of himself, togethc with tho nn I. .V. Is yet to be elected. I'rof In rain- tucky, and who was ono of ConRrcss of thu t'.o.trd ct Kqtiallznttoi. mnincemcnt of his candidacy. Those WIgginton was not an Applicant Tor were spread broadcast, many going ing tho assoHsinontR of some counties man lien Johnson 'g warmest support Into tlio homes where they were lias mealed dissatisfaction, with our era while ho was a candldatu lor honored as J. 0. Eubank was chosen trustee In framed and otherwise popular leicnue laws. Ilut the ,rr.tIlod tur. governor, says In his Owcnsboro Met.the Judge Is not only with placo of W. H. Wcaren, who moved tho voters, but also with tlm ladfes. ro Armors, of Louisville are magnify - , senger: to tbo country nnd out of the district 3 ho Judge never; crj'dcili l"ny Tho candidacy of Kdunrd J. auu by tho InR this dls8atlsrnrUon, for lieutenant governor Is thus forfeiting his place on tho board. these stories until ho rocolveii a bill uliL of tbo dally newspapers of that from a prominent picture making nnd city, nrc cndeaorlDB to drive the peo tho most hopeful sign for Democframing establishment for $22 50 for racy In Kentucky that we have nlarglng and framing pictures by orple of Kentucky, nnd force tho Acres Of Hemp .and ho paid" tho der of Miss for months, sir. McDermott candidates, to favor a constiprlco of being popular by paying the Is a gentleman ot tho highest Integ tutional amendment, whlcr. 'vlU desLI T for enlarging his pffcturo and troy the principle, of equality In tax- rity nnd of splendid ability. He Is ono TO BE GROWN IN LINCOLN THIS framing." of Kentucky's great orators. Ho ranks While we nre writing of tin. popuYEAR AND ALL IS SOLD ation, nnd substitute u system by high ns a member of the bar of lar Judge of Mt. Vernon, we might which property will be classified and ndd that tho Republicans of his DisHe would adorn nny position Kentucky The purpo.no Is to taxed unequally. I'red llnttorton is hero naln ticm trict anJ entire Knstern ny w do It. I'ouple ban- real- Clothes on extra good boy is tho of honor and trust In Kentucky. Hl are turning oer things In that sectaxed Furls, buying hemp i"or Uoeirti We soil the "bout on tho market Iml that tho best It, slwuyn tho ebeap-os- t name on the Democratic) ticket would tion of the state in their effort to Ho hai gotten prictieiilly all Sen. confer power on the legislature to strengthen It by many no Judge llethurum to announce W'c soil an low as tho quality and n Krclllmiito profit wll allow. The best thousands of l,:ncoln county I.U candidacy lor State Auditor: the clilldrous' clotbes In somes, both blue and gray and eiiHlmeros In grey anil fix a different classify property and wl be raised In votes and In the general campaign that party rate on theso classes. as n speaker he would be a tower of this year, which will bo nbou'. 'i''0 peoplo of hisanyhow,seomodIt determined tan, In full fitting coata and Knickerbocker truusors are tbo reul thine.wouln not him In Pennsylvania, where, mis system strength. acres, slightly under the ! rente or to run prpnf mirnrlfi.innd If hi &timi'tl this time W tan furnlsb you those ;.t 3 50 to lll'.'.O tho kiiIL tin n prevails the tax rate on real estate last season. The price being patd .nonr tlu, cny nn,j nnounco him- Is three times ai great as that inipc-e- J Our gotcrnor Is also ono of tho this year is J.r.50, an lutreitv ot it- sell as a cnndldnte for th.it position on money, stocks and bonds, and governors or Harvard Collego. What tents per hundredweight i or last Certain It Is that the Hopubllcn oud not put up a betted man nor one this is the purpose sou;-J- t to be ac his duties fire wo know not, biit 'hey year's price. who would bo found to moot with mnre complished In Kentucky, by the LottU they seem to occupy a largo pan of universal approval of their pnrty. Jtulifr Ilcthtirum bai u nnmoer of vllle capitalists who havo started nnd the time ior which ho draws a Hilwarm friends her,, who would be glad are carrying on this movement. If this ary to act ns goternor of Kentucky. FOR SALE OR RENT! to see hi in in the race. power shall bo lodged In We legia'a He might not be misled If nto ab ' Light persons lure to fjx unequal rates on theiM sence as governor of Harvanl did not were burned to death I't! acre farm on good pike and near classes of property, it requires no pro- Involve the payment of another sal1 story cottage three fatally Injnrd and their 'iven good town phet to foresee tho outcome. Tbo ary to Goveernor Cox. are despal'd of and scores of persons room 8 below and two above, two good forces o capital will appear when, were cut, burmxl and brulstd 111 the barns and nil other necessarv out The time wnen tho itanie the legislature meets and when the Place well watered and wreck of tht- touchers' special out 01 buildings. fanners arc sleeping at home, fasten made their platforms and placed tho I'tica, N. Y., near Kneton, l'a., Sntur-- fenced. In splendid commjnlty nml on onerous burden upon them while candidates on them. The time now Hughe ' So I l day, Spreading ralla are belloed tolwlll sell cheap, ' "I wish to capital will escapo with nominal i whon candidates make platfornw, or W L, McCorty, Stanford, Ky. bao caused the disaster. say that I not satis- and nttompt to place partleo upon They are taxation. have used Reports from the Ohio VnL'ey state seek cxemp-tlon.J- thorn. Iutting the cart beforo the fied with equality, but Sloan's Lincapital, in a lower rate. This horse never worked well, and Candithat floods are ragtnga due to tho iment on a heavy rainfall of tho last two days. I Is" the sole purpose of the proposed da tea and platform builders will reallame lee; that ize it soon. WC HAVE THEM ALL ON THE RUN crops on Kentucky fnrms hao been has given me much trouble for six amendment. If the leaders of this months. It was so bad that I destroyed and residents In tho low movement did not bo::eve that they whin It comes to supplying high grade Dr. Ben Bruner,' Hko Abou 'couldn't walk sometimes for a' Ben lands hate fled, to tho hills. Lightning) could accomplish this purpose, thougtt lumber W0 know of noiio that fur. week. I tried doctors' medicine plants have been put out of business, the instrumentality of tho corrupt Adezn, leads all the res: in tht matter ill Kb better lumber, mighty few who and had a rubber bandage for my lobby, they would not faor the pro- or platforms. Tho ono which ho has streets Inundated, bridget? threaten-enn offr-- ai good Hut even where our and bought everything that I, leg, announced however, is only prelimilunibor can bo matt bed our prices posed amendment. ed. tulephono wires nro down and heard of, but they all did me no citnnot. Give us )our next order and trains have been delayed. Let the peop'e of Kentucky under nary as, he is not yet a candldatu for good, until at last I was persuaded notice how much bim It taken to to try Sloan's Liniment. The first stand Ttilly the purpose of this move- governor. What nay wo not expect n Job and how much smaller thy application helped it, and in two I). Haywood, acquitted of to givo to tho Legislature if he should become a real candidate? William ment. It Is bill Is. weeks my leg was well." A. L. the power to declare tint real estate complicity In tho murder of former Hunter, of Hunter, Ala. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. shaH-pa- y a different and higher rate Tho members of the next general Gov. Steunenberg, of Idaho, urges n If you want a bathroom that will natlon-wldIt is to applj assembly will see moro shams, pretend Good for Athletes. . of (axes than capital strike on the 'day tho Mr Istt you a lifetime, let us In'ts'l one era. masquerading as reformers, than Mr. K. Gilman, instructor of Nainara brothers aro brought to trial for you NOW. to state taxation tho odious princi- was ever exhibited in the CommonWe carry the best llne f tin, gutathletics, 417 Warren St., so long on charges of having dynamited tho ple of protection which! has tering, spouting, Myer'a pumps, qr.i. wealth. Let every district send only Mass., says : "I have usetl Los Angeles Times' building. cursed our tariff laws. It Is to enrich phl'e, roofing, paints, charcoal filters even poor- honest and capable men, who know Wshrvln pcMltlon liidonll ktnda 01 and a guaranteed line of antary crrllnK, men m lllock Work, I'urvnu-nl- con the rich and make the l tho real reforms needed, and can denuil. in fuel. w rin innkr nuy ihliin from er. ECZEMA CURE A BEAUTY WASH, bathroom fixtures. tect tho shams and pretenders. bom dim n ton token txitt. Wa run iirT no reason wny all propyou promptly nml aunmutro There is W. K. WARNER, work mil mnirrlnl. 011 nod Krt our prlcrf Stanford, Ky. Although I). D. I). I'rescrlptlon has erty should not bear the satno burtotorr you bay ynur material ft I Irnit Henry Sommers and Ed Leigh think teen recognized for years an tho ono This Is the presden of taxation. that they arc working tho automo remedy for L'czoma. l'sorlasls, and nil ent law. If all men under tho presbile fellows to build tho Lincoln Way ether forms of skin diseases, It Is tJlHiitbnl, Ky. ent system do not list their property with great success in cases of exfor tho country pople. In the end that troro Is no other wash, treme fatigue after physical exerfor taxation as it Bhould tc, this cer- tho road it ever constructed will bo even those used by tho beauty spetion, when an ordinary tainly works a hardship on those that peowould not make any impression." cialists, that can compare with this ,in nini result In uneoual taxation w hich built for tbo automobiles by the Plc' mild liquid for cleansing tho skin of is abhorrent to our senso of natural Sloan's Liniment . pimples blackheads, rash nnd all slm if the change is made justice. Hut lias no equal as a Col. Robert G. Kvans, or Danville, money liar skin nftectlons. and stocks, bonds " and "r -- rT (Tf PTir V"jl"'1 ' remedy for RheuXi l a ho was I or this reason nloti,, a bottle of are classed separately from other connection, prominently mentioned In Neuralnom with tho Democratic matism, D, I) I) should bo kept on hand In property, will those men become hon-es- t inatlnn for Lieutenant Governor, is gia or any pain or A trial 2Cc bottle ecry and truthful and list all their pro-pe- at Tho Seelbach. Col. Kvans says stiffness in the will show you the merits ot this great will not make men that K. J. ? Laws Is looming up muscles or joints. remedy us u comploxloti wash. punish- as a strong of fear Tho tetter. candidate in Boylo county I). D I). seems to rotnovo tho oause, them from tho com ment will restrain P(lces,25o.150c.&1.0O Argus in LoulsWllo Herald. whatever tho troublo may be, cleans wlh mission of crime; but f man, who Slnnn'fl took mi lug the skm, and leaving It as soft, as UNOLRTAKER AND EMDALMER Tho Lincoln Way has received a linrnril, cilttlo, sltrri not list his capital, under tho prosonl I 'UIMZUJ nml poultry rnt smooth and clear as that of n healthy one now baptism nnd name at Howling systflm, will not list It under the STANFORD. - KY- free. Atlilret child. 'OIflc 'I'bono 1S7., Home 'I'houe St, proposed. The same mo:le that con Green. It Is now the Lincoln, 1'uwa Dr. Earl S. Sloan, CARSON, bottlo today and keep lict n 2 Hols' him libw, will Inllcnce him then. Jackson Way. Suppose wo bend it Boitoa, Man., IT. S. A. It In tho house. Kor salo by Shugars Our recnuo laws, no doubt, need towards Greenvlllo mid add Andy John Spring Suitings &, Tanner. revision. Many other laws a so need son to It. You can't destroy tho smel! " It. Let tho laws governing taxation be of a roso by calling it names. My new irlnK nnd uniuier tamplc are imw remly for iRHpoctkui. They (.iiiiii-Nthe beat on the iimrkpt I can Miit auvont a in prlcx wUo had his clothes itiHd,. ti ordt-r- . A mil made to )uur preferable to reudy iiumIo clothe To hao them made to measure doesn't cot any moro than roady maiio when quality and fit Is considered. Com0 In nnd let me tnko your measure. Ktlu-catio- revised nnd made bettor, as they no doubt may be, but prcson o the pnn clpal of equality I.o.i each county Established 187k itelert Itn lioKt rlttzen for assessor, It U tltc most. lmtrartn.it offlre In the 6MELT0N M. 8AUFLEY,.,, Publisher county Select tbo bosiClnewim on tbo Kxtend the board of supervhors. 1 YEAR 3TRICTLY IN ADVANCE tllrio of Its sitting anil require tbn county nttorncy to asMst It. Summon Knlcicd at tho postoftlco at Hlan-for- iroso wljo know where tho bidden as tccond class mnll. wealth In concealed; bring It to light and tax It. Our system In all rlsht DEMOCRATIC TICKET. l.nforco tbo laws. Let tho poop e of For Circuit Judge. by thin Kentucky bo not deceived HAKDIN, HON. CIIAIt..i.d A. false clamor of tho I.oulallle capitalCounty of Mercer ists. TlIElifiERIORlorRXAL. Teachers Elected FOR ANOTHER TERM DY "TRUSTEES OF CITY 3CH00L A GOOD ONE ON JUDGE DETHURUM friends of llofj. L. W llothu-ruare telling a good Joke on him nld to have occurred during bis raco lor Congress In this, tho Klghth district n couple of years ago. Tho fact that the- store only leaked out last Took Is said to strengthen It. The narrator, ho In a staunch Itlond nnd supporter of tho Judge said"DiiTlng the recent raco of Judge Ilcthtirum, of Mt. Vernon who contested with Hon. Hnrvoy Helm for Itepresentatlro from this district llethiirum, among other publicity matter, bad distributed largo cards containing a fine hulMonc likeness The aiaiTaaaaiaajaaaiaaEaaaaBaaawaaa iFvjif t if 1 tfa fvj rii JiW lPr f if d 200 yTRAGOOHi Lou-Uvll'- - 1 - -- H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky E "Lame Leg s Well a - I ' 1 r fin-It- J. c Rox-bur- y, CONCRETING Qrtl-elK- r"r SLOANS LINIMENT rub-dow- n Fresh Oysters STYLE. PHILLIPS BROS., - SERVED IN ANYIJ. C. McClary, ' f f a ' T a. rt 1 meAL - in TAfiHORD PROP. I Carson's W.A. Restaurant J t Bring Your T or 1 i h, k. "srsiriere io oe - nu-au,- Compounded H. C. RUPLEY, The ITnctlcal Tailor. A HOR8E'S . OVERCOAT SPRING LOW CUTS. We want to put on your feet the cel- ebrated World's Standardized Crdssett the one that lasts longest, holds shape better, makes makes you look dressed up and down. I have them in Grey, Brown, Tan, Black ad Patent Leather. When your physician has pre scribed n medicine for you to take, the next Important step Is to have that prescription placed In the bands of a thoroughly reliable and competent A Dharmacht so It will be compounded exactly as directed. We have Rained an envianie reputation for always being very careful and painstaking In our compounding and feel that, la all juitlca to your own Rood health, you should bring your next prescription here. Here, loo, you will find a complete and display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior dacoratlnc wa eTT and recommend ALABASTINE, th beautiful wall coatin. Call and see samples of tints and ask us about It. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. lc called h blanket. Ne havo every kind from tho lightest to tho heaviest, from the fancy blanket for road uso to tho plain but serviceable ono for tho stable. Mrery kind of stable utensil too. Good, of eaurse, aad reasonable In price. They have to be to conform Horse Shoeing, Carriage and Wagon Work dene strictly first class., Any casting broken, mended as good as new. All work guaranteed.. We solicit part of your patronage. J. H. GREER. 8omeret St., Stanford, Ky, TO MY LINCOLN FRtENDS urn now loeated on Fourth street, to our harness standard. . J.C.MtCURY, Stanford. J.L.Beazley&Co UNDERTAKERS IN 1 AND EAL-ER especially courteous treatment. S. MAT-TING- 8, with the best equipped Btakle In Dan Wile and will be flaif to aeo you at any time. And will show tho ladle D. F. LOGAN. AL8O PURNITURE, RUG8. Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. Stanford, Kentucky 325 iWHn --TSiu-,1 Kor Bale. iteataurant, bakery, soda fountain etc., living room aboro. A good stand and splendid buMneas. FURNITURE EXCHANOE The placo Is well furnished and tho FOR ALL KINDS OF 8T0CK. stock of groceries clgurs etc., aro new This is a good chance for some ono GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE to make good money. For further RIGHT. particulars seo L. II. Hughes or W. L :: KENTUCKY. McCary, Stanford, Ky. 3TANFORD, THEY WILL , M'' r T, , L. P I . , ' . .. 4 t o o o o o o o Asnuy wnrren, I k N, claim agent I ((ill rod of Ainprlcan Mold lencn COLCY'8 KIDNEY REMEDY ACTMORELAND K, WC WILL DELIVER V "ow rcndy for dlntriuutlon. ritriu Sunday with hi mother ED QUICKLY. 'Perkins Crab Orchara Ky . M U Uoorgp, Irnndsle, Ala., m Mr J (' Ilnjd hnn been confined In i'vi iiiiiu in mii-i- t limn ii tf;nmini .Mr tlruhhs uutlicrnil nlth kldnpy trouhlo for many siiccorsiiil srhool ot VlMt to Louisville 1Mb bed (or Bcvernl dnys wtilt ihn grip Dip llnptlst congregation will hold enr-i- . trf-- i four months closed on Friday th? 8" "I wi persuaded to try K"ol llrndley, loriiicr y oi tlil ill), hervlirs In the opciu houso Instead T Dm m, or I'inovlllo, Judge AT YOUR DOOR mm before takMlts Pannie Myers ilmmhler oi Mr He of tho ponrt lioimo until further i')' Khlroy paid n ftiort Iml plonnnnt visit to wn here Momlny, on Inmlnrsx. notice. ing It t'irre day I could fcpl Hh l In on tli0 road, II Myern, of Oporgetown, O, Ii vlnlt- law Sheriff W. L. hi hrntl or-leffrr-s- . Tho pa.n left mv bnrlt, (.'ill us by phono nnd tflvo us your Ing hep mint, Mis. Itnnilolnh Ccrffojr (.rent Institution last week. TO TRAVELERS. .ny I action oleirod up, and I nm order lor our-- nice, fresh mrnt nnd Uhnrles J. Holinnn, n well known Mr. J W. Muhbanl nnd family spent fol U O, .Speed, of the Wont Mml, no tniirh better, I dt not honltnto to young tnnn or the Km: Knd, enmo up was here a short limn Monila). I am tl o agent Sundny here with relathos. in this nee lion lecoinmpnd I'oley Kidney Remedy." clean new groceries. from Mobllo to nttfinl thn funeral of .'oe NcvIim rnino over from lWiieu. for tho (Jrcnt American Steamship Mr. Hill Jennings ts Just recovirlns' bin lirnthi'r who wm hurlcil nt Crab trr hint week nnd mieni several days lino ISbrcpoan to all point. I. A trip to IJpypl and Holy taiid 'i he Call for J, C. LYNN for MEAT from u severe ctto of tonMlllls. , Monday last. Mr. Ilolman ! urchnnl tk'u me, when von tbhk of trnvu In? ,f.vo nnd car will bo charmed. Tho pro n)U)ir Mf( mMn iN() I Dr. Itnlcy, of Shelby City wni ru And In tlm employ of tho - Ai N., nt Mo- - ilo Ih recovering nlrely from a had W. LANDQRAF, (fedh will go to paying tlio oxponse town Snturday taking orders tor jjpo idle, Ala. Mo pnld his friend In Hum-for- attack of Inflntnniatory rheumatism. PnylnK tho wpenhc W??nelbUl'Ky' , puppllit LAND & BUCHANAN for Groceries. of tho tncles. n cnll before rcturnliiR to tlio 0 Ul" l"P119 t0 Hprlimllcld tOUfn.V , Miss Anna MP.,-- . Wnrren .elt Monday fnr,.nlllnt vm, r I Tho first ball gnmo or tho teuton south. Houho Mny 10th S 1'. M Normal atjwhen your homo lit protceteil In the,"cnl- "P'Tb nnrnlni: for th'p nt Morelnnd was plaed f'ridiiy nfiox-noov. H. Kiuhry, wns In Frankfort nnd LANCASTER many Lincoln companion represented by i. I). Wnnr-JA great Hlchmond. by Mlddleburg nnd folumbla. Afl.oxliiRton hint week on IJitnlnoBii. CAHD OF THANKS. county nro nttcndliiK thin cn, tho Insuranco Mun or Stanford I Mrs. J. (.'. Itobluson bin tet'irtur'. ter some mar playing on liolli iddov .Mr. L. 14. Tato wife nnd children w'" ,l(,,trc " cstrnd sincere think Mrs. John H. Mershon, or Hnmernot, Koo lilm before tho lire. 'ir. tho game endeil with 3 to C In favor were In Itlchiiiolid l'rlday. to our friends for their heartfelt sym- - fioin u visit to her sMem in was hero Sunday nnd Monday with of Columbia. Itcv. I) M. Walker, In In VnMostn, r In tho loss of Chester and Lexington. Inrtlar, llunni-Duck eggs from njpatliy extended to us her daughter Mrs. A. ('. Mill. .Miss Lottie fnrson, of Stanford, .8 pr ,t',t'"B nf 1!for our beloved ton, and brother Prod Mr. I). 1), King has Jiim returncil Co., to look over tho field with a Rrc,u ,ny,,m Mrnln Miss t.ottlo Cmoii hnn leli.inel,j;, ,or ,f A, nhlrH rect.V0 prompt I. from a few dajs' visit in Lexington viow o nneoptlng a mil to tho pastor- from Marrnnl ultoi' .i klndnessoH vlth her nun!, .Mrs. W. .1. ItomniiH. ,., "olmnn nnd the ninny detlEhtf . K. Mslt attention. Wolford Lovell, Miss Norma lilmore l m ll'irro.ls ate of tlm Christian clniroli there. shown im during hla Inst Illness to friends nnd roliitl-.x- . for ih i.iiHt Nn i Hmnf,.r,i ' Mr. unu Airs. T H. V.'obii have J,rs' Chnrley llolrann ind Son burg, visiting her mint, Mr W. X two weeks. Miller. to ICnoxrllle nrtnr n day or two MInh Mnrgnret lliillltt, of lllf, Hlono ' Sovoral nlco second hnnd buggloH .Mr. nnd Mrs. W'm. null were In Lex spent with relatives Imrr. Map, who was tho mnld of honor nt on hands for silo eheiip. JO YOU HAVE THE RIGHT KIND Hotter JntnoK II. Itaoghnuth went to ColliiRton the p.itt week. I OF HELP. ,"w,r"'o Quick. Pome lira. Poloj Kldnc Pills rurnlsh vou tho eon l''0, lw,,""B "rfI5,,M !'"k'" .Mrs. (hotter Flttli la vUitlng jt r i uinbln. H. C. Sunday on Hnnkfon last right tnd of help to neutralize nnd ,11'o'hir. Mrs. liuatnl with IiIk lurzi. soiuhorn iiiiio week, Btnppcl with 'Ien8 In Flemings Miss Kettle Mnu niai iiuki- - imcic burs. sternliorgcns olls bulld.i n-- n """, ",p j Undo. " nt Ijincnster, for u slnrt julrs nnd iid.'usm scale nt rnct Po "'".'; ' 1"ncl " "7, Mrs .Van tilo Hlnvin .'cues., of Dan l. A. Trowbridge, of llubnnk, nnd visit. MIhb Mcltobcrts drnvo hem torn price. Seo htm ror prices hoioro ! IjIoi i end blndder nll'iipnts. .Mrs. A. 11 Morgiin, of Wrtyiirtdiiir,,, Mile, has bcfii with Mr. inl Mrs. ou m,Addiess Crnli Orchard, Kv. Satunla to tnke tho tniln lor bom.- Tlio Somemt Iteputj lean ias-Th'l"1wer hero PrtiUy on n ilnirt tup. 1 hennas Slnvln. II. II. Phillips, formerly night clerk . .. KiiVinkft Post Office niiiddle hRS IL U, Adams or the hlc moinniicn l)t. and Mrs. A. S. Pri- i- or Stnn-.fornt the McCollmu Mouse, nt .luncilon In lonetving lor his :. J., another bepn it-- tied by the appointment of bo- firm of William AdauiB and Hon, ofi,City, wns hero bns been recent gNori of Mr. .... ..... . t . . . t .i irn. ..u, tlmo Mini 'year. .Mr for n ,. nu v. i, .mvii, .... i ...I....-- . ..... i... "" iuhhiiwi um iwnu nnd Mrs. Kd Priio. i..i. ,.,, ,ntortmg,yoi n8iiuiieru,- Mondaj T. Philip, Is n former Wayne ,,,,,, followseral Iocs! ontn,ctH Inst week Mrs. Hobert Uurtqn nnd son, J V., ' 1 ,lc m's ig t,,,r" Uvl ,,," her" ' "" '" ? ' Mr. and Mr.. J. F. Cummins nml cwnlr . stay of set-r'hxe i turned .ro n ..im-our j.iiiiujr 'Money rius mikc mnu nt vi.e. n''.y..i. jut is ninllliic fain now. ana tho Mrs. J. S. like nttended tho .louir tal i uiiuij' "mi's In on Au'onlj. loi and beln you to rid your win snoniy ichvo lor rnnmH on m mountains. will soon htRin to tol.e on nur r ent play Jonlah." ut Cnib A if cir of nur drcgglng ijaeKac'"-- , dull homy aflor Flora '.y,vr s , rroBpeotlns trip. .,)l(. appeanmco of summer. All tlio hcmlan.o. nervousnos. Impaired Orchard linn week. cyf r to Lcii.i l Mr. nnd Mrs. linger Smith .of Lnx null has been killed in L'Uifi this year tight, nnd of nil the Ills resti tine from Sam C Inckey, of Marrntlsburg, it i R ,117 Du.ri er L.'vliition, is l Ington, were hero sovernl dnys last ' ho tliernuimeicr wns down to zero " Inn aired action o: your kidneys former l.lnnolnlto. wiu hero shaking' tt.i;.o and rim ui i.iuer. iiemomiier it is role" inir her sUtov. Ml-wtck. giioiitH of Mr... nnd Mrs. V I In re tho Ut Ji and Illli of thlt. month ' many frfeuds kut. hnnds with lu Kldnev I'llls that do tills, llmgnrs ir WcsL Into. Mr. Smith bmught ovpr Mr. r.nd Isnner. Mwk. Mrs. (Jeorge T. I'arrls m at homel - nuUHiiobile. o W. W. Saunders boughi a nice Ash handsome new, Tat 'Air. nnd Mrs logsin WihmI of The latent nddltlou' to tlio 'ut or from n visit to Hlchmond. Powell Taylor who luts bten with Ittnd lliooli male Iroin .! Komi tor ftn- - HiH'ndlng tint week end with' .Miss Klla Welch, of Nlcholnsville.l l nutomoliile owners In .Sttulorl .P Ktn en Id In (he tobnoen waro- - 17. 14m. J. K CInuurh of Miiple street. t'lnronce K. Tato, who. Inst .veok, l.afc been the guest of Mrs. J. 11. Dean. Iuhiiip here for seeral months return- MIm Mur) IhgKHH bmi riiturnod from For i'nlc MKcd hay, bawl. in. iHirehasod a .ery hnndromo nmliiiMill. where she went to attend 0l ,",,", '" Onthlsna last weok. Ilo power t'orbln mnelilne Srom Snittti, Sl-Secret agents of tho Helm Invest!- j liked ritanford so well he ordered the tic V. Klrby grond opuru Soniprspt TJmes ! W'atKlns c Company, or l.cxi Rating Committee are believed to nav .i . . ent to him. car nnd Is snld to iM'Ctirod evidence that three Knstorn ' Mooed Iren nrej woKiem mare, Thl id a long roll mntie hargln;, he one ru the best rn lh. Minrket. A corporations and their hoed oificiau, .iiibrokrn; SHORT LOCAL NEWS to the alleged Lorliner r.. Tuesd.iy. lie-- "timber of ot.er local lncn arc nuid contribute ON down; Rooo inci-,n 0u conteinplntliis the pur huso ot "Jtickpot." ' I'or rtrnt, grxM lot on Sfuierst ri.nl lor rutuni to li U. Moltzclnw. s tills spritu.,. nreML lli. Msttle V Klrly.j .IW.i In terrnr'of 'tyncTitn?, Henry Lewis,! 'yjnni-- ' buy marts; Strayed A a negro, who shot and killed a white I will oliKiu ror return to i PAY f.ASH FOR YOUR PRODUCE. i'ian near St. Louis, committed sui-- i all klndK or hats .it K Jimmied 1 V; I nm bundling .11 .1 buggies, wa'om and clde In a field near the home o" his' Ii Fnrnier'g barber shop this week. .ix. 11. W'ooIk I rarmins implement and have the victim. irKduiting probentx In great varle l.!te!t ii I freshest lino of jrjr.-'U.r.- . Let m insure your nouse and barn ty al tt the Jeweler. ftilts. etc., In tho Wost I)nd. County Organizer and i tore the fnc R. M. Newland. 1 can V. H. Iilr. woe you money. Manager Wanted Ky " i eJCCe P. llrlKht uukes a salvo Muston-ll- io Wedding presents in sller. cut .. A leading Fraternal Insurance Or-- ! thai will cure white bwolllug carbun- tr. tlc- - at By Lvdia E. Pinkham's &" FoT Sale. Vacant corfferlot: lh a hvd de?lres a rellab e white man to Lou., fnlnns. rota, corns. pi.. tiik charge nt its work ;n Uits Vegetable Compound ".ood town contalnlrg about of an to introduce the order, solicit eount5 "tro cuts, hiirnes wires and ' or Sale llul iling lot in How land memr splendid building site for rest. bers, collect monthly dues, organise wml ltaltlmore. Mil ..It. Kcrutches on jlur horses, tiuaranttcd 'I tift-- you Iutiv. l. . Mm. Mnttie V Klrbj. . Irdcf-appoint anu manage sub.T;-till- s with tlio plcturo of tny year old . Cence nnd business house. i.Oo a box. Pilcc and so on. iiaugnier .iice. nxio DON'T FORGET THEDALLGAMC to cure 26 nnd I (). Uox VJ'J, No previous experience Is npdcd, Phone iu was rpstoroil Jo Stanford Ileal rotate. as wo will teach vou how to operate ImmUIi by Irlla K. AGAINST THE STRONG ST. MARVS Vegeta- - COLLEGE TUESDAY AFTERNOON, This is a splendid opportunity lor a I'ilikhntirs good man. with liberal pay nnd chance ble foinpoiilid. fcbe GAME CALLED AT 3 p. M. Deafness Cannot He Cured 01 promotion was jnle, with ibirfc Uiejr rvnrtnt rrarh Ihr ilH. by Inral tmly ihh war to raMxl prfUti at ttf- ru. Devote spare time at start, with clr'l- - ti 11 dor her eurr ilranirMi. ana that la ty rmiaOtutKmal rtnitxlira. llov I) W. Ilobrrtvon. the preMd we.ik :miiI irrl- whole time later on. H caua "7 an liininntl rnndlllon u! th rube table. TwnililTcriUlt mc Khlnr of the Dnnvlll.. dlsttirt will ibimtwi lmir u Uw Veil known man wanted, s.ilct'y nim ihu honest, rood ability, one who Is a lui U yi. nt the M(tllllb lrrrt Imnni, I.J mbrn It l) rnllrtlj il.iil, ran lw "'V alii) Kklleil it (iretll Conduct tiertlroH nrm UllUnnutliin ler and will get out and push the thr rowlU aul unl... Mcktiesji. I) ut sho ctmrrli In Stanford, next Sunday morn uun ran iui ihi miw rnmi to m n.rnu.i rondi- work forward. grew- worse, an tno )m and night m tn r cwi r mt-i- i. iiirh b noihine This a great chanco to become an Me will also prrnt h .t eut 1 tmt tin InlUnHil r..tM)itln o( tbn rauoiia aurtaca. tillll l,lll.l i iiik. I ognn's influential leader, to help our fellow alv One creek church Sunday alter- - H. nm (rauw.1 byllnndml liollara tor anyI r&w nl .nan nnd mal.e a good Incomo for your ham's Vi'iwfible CoiiiihiiiihI ..was .rec rurfU nurrti) that ranmit Ilearn. .. . . To Introduce These Hose .V . ty Hall a Catarrh y. Hn.l for rirruUn. trr. at otumptiiieii, ami alter taking tnreo imiu felf at the same time. J CIIL.NKV A CO . Tolnto. (X tteti slie has her health tli.inki This society pats lorrolts ror slcK HU1 by t)rucKt. Tic. to lour niMllrlup. I chii recommend It ncKS. accident and centh. Tl o lodw- - s- - Fl$h ,eJre,ent .,1,. ,n. nt'x 1 ike I UU amUy I'kU for routlpaUan. ges have grand ritualistic work, strictfor all female troubles." -- Mrs. 1. A. 1 100 HtltlitlHi Street, Haiti- ly now nnd upto-diitW atKinn who was n Jno strongest Insurance companies. CorJiUVV. Hon. Aaron S. in every ). S? morK, M(L !lt( t,mi keep yuu protested. 34 If enndldnto for vlco president of tho -No other order h;o It was ever None Sold Before That Date. Huutlrcrlsnf mycIi letters frpm moth- I n.led States on tho prohimtlon tickstarted. Over r.5,000 memberships a! for what Kidnev nils are a true et st the hiht prehidential election DETSY'S POINTERS ready Ihsucil and crowing very i.rt egeUble Com. , , i)v l'iitkbaiii n, -- ri. t,TO.p. "No woman who values health, good Write Immediately for lurtner, an,iw.ptlc and lonie.. They ni will address tin. limn it of l.lmiiln ro,l"L'x'n nd shapely llguro sliould giving lull irririivitl:m ot lH.wirr'lvwlliytlit'Ull!iK.l'iiikliiua ,.(.,i,. Shugarn and Tanner i.niy. Monday May 8th at one o1- - n0CleCt our('f In letter Address In conlt iUdU'lnr Company. Lynn, M.im. . rh'alcal Murclse- - A the court house In Stnntord. .,k at lenc. Sl'PKKMB fOJIMANBdlt womaus gymnasium contains CJKNhllAL HON YounCMiK HoeilTlil.j Advlro. ' or Kent ?R acres, irf enriy graxs; Mr. AUiPJ, t'OVINI! Is a man of scholarly nt- (HrWwti.arr trubM wltli iviitii'ul spring In renter of tleld. tn.nuinif.. a lino speaker and an able m"; TON. JCY !?"" ., rowing ueau- - . or irrejrwar jienmi good of timidhy nnd c oer exponent or tho dirtilnes of prohlbl- " Htrfta 11 hpiih,ijoiis. faint- nch. ilrugfring-ihidlsli towels; and then, to complete lug spells or indiifi stlon. kbouM Like, men.iow Apply to N W Plpen. Mils- S th system, you should hao COFFEY re tor i to intlle lsUUieuI.ite .u'i"ii .mil ! ..1 : " Wmir5lMB '&. COLEMAN supply your giocorlef -m IieMltlt by Lyilt.t l. 1'niKiui.u vw- ., mUUtUl iryn I am now selling 11.0 latest map. q tnbU CoiiiihujimI. Tlioiisamls lave Ix 11 VeeiloM chlck M vv . Wvo uio your 10 110iai(i gack .,5 cpn(ri Inible. imnii.u- -, ..ir(.. rwUirwltolienlthliyitu-K'.uiM and iieMHpaueu. l'u, r" Ascriptions. 1 can jm-- you money "' """'r- fr,"," ' "" Wrifo o Mrx.lliikliiiiii. Lyun, COFFEY & COLEMAN, I tr . v 1.III0CR. llurtonvllle. Mn-in.- , ceo. tn'ii.. trunks, etc for .u! pro Th0n( 106 Dcve kill l 6 " ' t. ' 4A PERSONAL and SOCIAL ..,,, I Meats & Groceries s y bene-llrlfi- ,, .. ' - n - ',,. H i ii,ns """. "" Free Free For and - 1I1I1RII1IIIIIIIIIR - sl-o- ...... ..... o i I . i "T"' n "Ill-othe- I s 1 -- '- -n Dnti-vlllr- I. - 1 MV Boys Girls t -- DAUGHTER 'I auto-mjbi'e- ,f'. lour-jonr-o- -- WAS CURED n Mim-Ui- 10-I- Jirn Friday, May 5th We will . '' iii " 3-- 4 give FREE With Each Pair of ao-2- 4 Catcher Hoae . mm ee, - 1.4 A Bag oi Marbles, 50 Kiesiers And - . i""..... Jut O'" ?& sr U Agate I , Remember the day, FRIDAY, MAY 5. I o par-'iciil- -- vA mrdl-LyA- ,., j everance &. Son- mir-ac- ne, T' "T"? Ebrs-n- 1 5ijwl( , 1 v - roooeiiti House Furnishing Needs. Spring LAVVN ..,! liSbllI I. . m iiill msmimWiMW j: i .: ,o o o cL o o -- o '1 8 o 8 o o o o o o o o o o o o o Q o o o Q g MOWERS Tho genuine .Philadelphia ltwn Mower. Wo need but to call your nttontlon to tho many styles or Lawn Mowora carrlod in stock which nro adapted to nuy uso and cannot fall to supply every Lawn Mower need. Prices rango from $3.g8 j0 jg BALL UEARINti MOWERS WItU many now and up to dato features which, should bo of luterest to you. Prices rango from ... $5 t0 ?J GARDEN HOSE Rvory plcco ot Uardcn Hos0 Is guaraatoed. Our special Iloso OutUt consists or 50 feet best 3 ply rubber hose, couiploto, on hardwood bent hoso reel at $550 SCREEN DOORS Mado from well seasoned kiln .dried lumber, fret from damaging1 Imperfections. All Inch longer and trlflo wider than regular slzo to allow for trimming. Squaro mortised tenoned doors mado joints throughout, making tho strongest and best construction posslblo. All doors 1 Inches thick. Walnut stained, 4 panel door. Biro 3x7 foot to 91.50; size 2IL 10 lnz7 ft 1.16 to ?L40. Natural finished 4 pan cl doors, slzo 2 ft. 10 lnx7 ft prico 91.10 to $1.35. WINDOW SCREENS OuaraateMl to hav perfect odjustinentatme-- L EXTENSION Material used In frames is best finished In olL r.i , &0B M -- 3-- 4 1-- 8 $1-2- i4 High. In. In. In. In. 30 In. 32 mi Uti in. IK 24 28 30 Close 21 in. 23 tn. 23 lm. 33 0e to..,, ,,., ... a v-- Prlc 29c . ..-.- 21 in. 23 la. 24 In. 211 37 In.. .v.v 37 In. v..M33 In. 37 In. ..., .., - , . ,, 4t 49 lB....4 Is In, HAILROAD FARES REDATED TO OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS AT OUR STORE 4TH AND WALNUT. MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY AND PROMPTLY FILLED. ON ALL PURCHA8E3 TO THE AMOUNT OF $5.00 OR MORE FORWARDING CHARGES BE PREPAID WITHIN 200 MILES OF LOUISVILLE. .! a, ., r.. 30 ....36a ,. ...... ..33o ..43o received our neu) " Queen Quality" styles for Spring and they re heauties. W did not heJieve such, footwear passible at the jfrrice. flte makers have outdon themselves. Smart, snajy styles with) plenty of comfort and service just what you have oeen looking for. You It luy here eventually. Why not .to-da- - Xvcve just y? ...,45o .,.. 65q Cummins & Wearen Stanford, Ky. . WL STEWART DRY GOODS CO., incorporated. Louisville, Kentucky. . vwifvii I, Hon MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St- op! Consider! Why not use the best VarricR 1 possible when YOU pay the bill? H aena s ureen oe al Stands for everything that is best in paint. The pigments used arc properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT TOR SALK DV L. L. is Made to Wear" KV SANDERS, D. CRAB ORCHARD MORCLAND " GEORGE FOR PUBLIC SERVIC E SEASON OF 1911. PRUITT kkv-v Vti . KY The Sensational Performer anil Splon dldly Hrod lteglstored Saddle Stallion CARROLL S241. ALLEY GREGOR Record, 2:19 3-- 4. PRESTON--13S(A. S. H. K.) 43401. 8 Years Old. Reg- 3 foaled 1906. Day horse star and hind ankles white, 13.3 Sire, Preston 922 by Washington 34 by Cromwell 73 by Washington Den mark C4 Preston's dam was Hcllc by Uoderlck 104 by Aliiinbrlpo Lcflrnnd 99 by Highland Chlcr and the dam of Roderick was by a son of Peters' Hal-cor- Trotlcr Chestnut Stallion About 16 Hands, istered, Volume 17. 'Mndlrno l'ntdirn. IVin Vnrrlck's dam producnl Dr. Conner, that placed a public half mile en the Lexington track nt IK month? This rnngnlflcently bred ' un' til lion Mll mako thr seah'n n' in) slahl- - near Stanrntil. !' iio Hiieiby tllv pike at $1; t i t,. i nilnpinlt lvn Varrlck I j Mil p brn ittfi I (limlimt, short I ,, ,,, in Hi fid the lilchnt ,' ' ,i m'ter nnd pcrfwt tllnHMitk'u J .' "i i flic triil Ouwnrtl ill. u) Mill the 5 0ii0 a si .'ii heat race In IW.1 and m Moi.h"-( ir von thd Jin.ooo nmit-e- r id i(. M nnd M. all In brikc-- i n id mid for $21,000 and htir f r $2j, i 'J Pun nrrlck U tirwl exxth tiki Spanlrh Queen tliat won the l.i.Oow Traiiiilxnnlii In 1V0S mnkmc n rr of 2 07 and wa chmrrd n- inn ir tlio four, being ono of the grtato t m-ii wlnnoru on the grand tin lu Pos C.aril Slier Is by Onwird. i ,. i th crnateflt and hmt sonn of tiiot-j- . Wilkes Onnrtl ilnm wnn dm i Pirertor, tho slrr of that great fm-- i ot trotters niid parcrs. Don Vnrrlck a Ut itntn waM by Wlkes liny, by leorg Wilkes a full slBter to Tin- Wny mid half pltor to Madelene I'atch en the dam of Ituhber 2 10, 'Wlnclms 2 10 Hilly Wilton 2 10, nnd MIs It. 230 2nd dam Mary bv llnnr.'r. (Irev Haglo the dam of Tho Wny nnd it !; . i 1 llrr Trsti-ivl-ii- -- ' I . l - t" - r, It tr n By Enoch Ard'n 1st Dam BabY Pence 7049 By" Almont Forett 2863. 2nd Dam Lady Pence Bv Garrard Chief. 3rd Dam CARROLL PRESTON Is the finest Individual and beat performer In Central Kentucky and proved himself one of tlio most formidable ring horses out last season. Ho Is one of the greatest racking horses seen In His colts years and has a splenld trot with a world of speed and nctlon. are proving him a coming slro anil nio tho kind that will sell high. Will stand nt the low fee of $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT at A. T. Stock Yards In Stanford. Good pasture and care at prevailing rate. Lien retained on colt until service Is paid. Best of care, but not responsible for accidents. Address, 's Allorton 0128 ilecord 2:09 Slro or 201 ; dams of 36. including Nancy Hoyco : Uiconda (l) 2:02. (Sen. Forrest 2:08, etc. Pearl Mcdregor Kcoonl nnd Alley (IreKor 2:19 and pranC dam of Trocar 2:17 Jav lllrd S0CU Sire of i:il; dams or (iNStlp Wilkes Dam ut 2. Kccord 2:17 Slro ot HI. dams of .Maud It , 79. tleorgo Wilkes M9, 2:22 Sire of bit; dams of 20 1. Ijidy l"rank lly y,niiilrino Star 5S5, (irvat brood mare. Mambrlno Iloy S44. Slro of l.r; dams of 43. Norn Wllke. Il d'orse Wilkes 519. Itobcrt Mcdregor fit7 1SS Major KdKall 21C Slro of 1; dam of 1. Nancy hitman itntraccd. Sem-c4 W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Ky. Dam of .Mav lllrd 2:21 Tuirl Mcliregor 2:23 biro of Jenny. Chief 378. 4; dam of 15. (Carroll Proaton Is nominated In The Saddle Horse Futurity Stake.) lly Champion Orlnnels. Dam of Jericho 330. (irandam of 4. mile on the nmo tract at 1(! months old In 111 nnd sold for 1100 Don Vnrrlrk Is fait game and alwnvt on tho trot, verv rarely over leaves hli fet. In S weeks Inndlinit list fall he trotted n quarter on hilf mile track In 34 Sec half In I in nnd the nillo In on the outilde nt track I'loare not,, the rich InhrrI tunce of sp.'ed on botr sides, not n missing link for generation" llrrod to this fellow and you can't mln tho four thlngt evcrv brreder look-frlze, disposition, speed ami looks Se him before KMiklng your nmroi Season money due when marcs nre parfd wit or brwl to another home .Mares kept nt 10 cnts per day nnd all car taken, will not bo rcpnn-ilhlfor accidents or ornpt. Don Vnrrlck is a zmo trotter If he had the proper or c In 1 OS 34 and 50M to .N W Hubln Ker of New Haven for II 000 she nlso prod-iceMaggie Igo. that trotted n handling. Clifton points, ALLEY GREGOR Is one of the best trotting Stallions In Kentucky. Ho has a lot of style and finish and It U a i;reat acting horse. Don't war any booU, Just 9 ounce xhocs. He oi'ght to make a great Blrn Ills oldest cots are coming two's and show greet speed and action. Any one wlhliR to see one of them can do o on tlio ljxmgton track whero they it n in training. ThU Is n good chance lor the people or Lincoln Cour.tj to I breed Into the best fnutlllea or ho trotting blood. Look thlH horse s t Ing over and sec how many they hae In the tKith slro nnd d.im. great trotting Stnlllon will make the reason ot 1S11 nt my stable in l.anc.'igter Kentucky, CLIKTO.V . lt ' "ih last Srptrmber, 15 hands high with n mntchlrss head nnd ear wolljet on n ranpy neck has plenty bone nnd subManrr. and as a breeder he Is not nurpnjol. Is n Mack Jack with light points. year old last August, full IS 14 hands nigh with as much finish nnd nctlon as a horse nnr ns a breeder he Is the equal of nny Jack Itottt or thoso Jacks will servo inures nl $10 tn a living colt. Trading the mnrei lorrrlts the insurance Car,. w be takon to preient aerdlents but wll not ho responsible should nnv occur Jennets Mil bo onrod roor nrtor June 1st. at $20 to Insure n living colt. K ! AND mmSKM. Is a black Jack with light RUSSELL. - n $15 to Insure Living Colt, Sound And All Right I am prepared to tnkc caro ol inarms on grass at 10 cents per day Men retained on colts for sen Ice fee Money due when mare U traded or parted with care taken to provent accident but not responsible should any occur. W. B. BURTON, m.t All Peavine, 4092. l .m.-. Phone. 95 Lancaster, kv V- J. II. WOODS WOODS. .L Jr. s Si Di, Beau Nabolh 45006 ' POWHATAN. Garrard Chief . 1835 Uav stallion bands, foaled sumraer 1S02, said by good judges to be one of the finest stallions living. He is a perfect image of his great slro Chester Dare 1. Mr. J. C. Graves who raised and showed Chester Dare 10 sajs it Is almoet lmpoaulblo for two horse to be moro alike than Garof Shelbyvllle. Ky., rard Chief MS and Chester Daro 10. Col. W. A. Pan-Igehas Judged thb horse at the Texas State Fair several times says he Is as fine a horse as he ever saw. Garrard Cfeief iron the championship of the South West at Dallas in 1908, 1901, 1911 aad during that time his colts won moro than anT other herd Bhona there In saddle classes. At Fort Worth Horse Show In March 1910 Garrard Chief won first In breeding c!ass for saddle stallions and age over 15 good ones, ho also won at same saddle stallion mare or gelding. Ho will make the place first for season of 1911 four miles from Stanford on Hustonvlllo pike at $23 to Insure living colt. Mares grazed $2:50 per month. Care taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occur. 15-- 3 r flvo-galte- d J. H. MURPHY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Raps-burvjo. g 509 KING EAGLE, Jr., PEDIGREE. auuid tol&.great coach stalh season of litll at J. W. lion Uaugbmui a place on Somerset plko one uillo irony Stanford, at $10 to Insure a ''vmg colL This' is ono of M To.-- rt eer brought the Unit part oj t$e country. He Is. to Ki.l i. in. , high and lb by Imp. out 01 a" mare by Wonderful Ituj. Amuno, wUhlng a very high lied coach horse 'to breed on standard tneU lnares forgetting btyle, speed n;.i action, should, see this horse. .Nony due when mare is parted with or tj.ed to other stock. vcA;i nlsof stand a VERY FINE JACK. y Nipdeon, at th0 same ptaco Ho is at 9lr tituru a living colt. IF l(r ii his ann a nne neeuer. o;tcn--norseGlos-UJilwi i'j. W &. l.C BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. Man Rami Unla TrauMfl. "Of c6u'rs; said the optimist. "U a main gels luto the lmbtt of huntlas trouble he's wire to find It" "Yes." rcpllcHl the pC8dmlt, "and It he's'"" li'rv tlixt w ttlwavK trie tu Fnimern Kxchnnue SON, C. G. CAI DWrt L " l h' intw avoid iiviicsburtr, Ky, It y l) No i th. King Eagle. Vol, 0 a. S. H. It., No. 2556, he bv lloyal King 2555, ho by On Time, 745 he by Stonewall Jackson 72, Hoyal King's 1st dam Mollle Mountz 25S4, he was the noted sire Cnbrell's Lexington, F. 8. King Eagle s . 1st dam Hip, 357U. sh0 by Kagle lllrd 1014, ho by Old King Knglo 750, 2d dam Red Lion, 3rd dam by Harris' Denmark, ho by Miller Denmark 45; 4th dam by Jim Hell. Thoroughbred. King Kagle, Jr's., 1st dam was .MoMy flno young mule Jack will mnke llle Drenr.on, she by Old Dr6nnon, 2d dam Coppcrbottom, and runs back to tho present seasou at mv stable at lavy Crockett. Morcland, Ky., for $10 to Insure livNOTE. King Kaglo, Jr., Is 6 years old ing colt. Marcs trndod or bred to oth. dark bay with one white hind foot, cr stock forfeit their insurance. nlc tuane and tail, stands full 7 Turner Is over 15 bands high, black hands high, weight 1500 pounds and well proportioned every way. A com- with whlto points and weighed this bined stallion with plenty or speed, rnrfnit 1010 pounds. He Is on extra style and action, his colts show ttiiit HU colt nt liu Ik a splendid breeder. Ho will Imro and flno brcedor. inaku the season of 1911 at my barn, tbo county fairs Inst tail took special by Congressman one mile West of Wayneburg on Fish-- ireinlum offered s Ing Creek nt $10 to Insure a living Harvey Helm, also soverat other pr- traded parted with or bred riBcwhoro without my consent forfeit nilumi. Several or his colts sold ns h'gh as th,, Insurance, and tho munoy becomes CnrQ taken $125 oich nt weaning time. duo at Mich trransat-ttlon- . bred. Call to prevent accidental but not rospon-uibl- e Ho Is well pedigree In and see him full. end see his should any occur. ' B, B. KING, i'honu In residence, Wavnesburrg Shed by S. T. Harris," Six year and Breeding. hands; a rich colored bay with no much stylo and action an any LodjH horso. Sired by Dignity Dare; 1st diini Minnie b fllcnxl; this is tbe B.iuio Owcub maro that has produced as many good colts as any maro In Lincoln county. This horso In no ex rorlment. I purchased him trom L. 11. Owens aftor looking at hln colts for two seasons. Ho is a breeder fceconu to nrnc. In Lincoln county. See him The well known Silo Andrrs.m Jack will luti.c the soniioii of 1911 at the before you breed your mares. Description and Breeding tariu hi It l. Anderson on tha I'reach Terms.--$1- 0 to Insure a living colt. 15-hands hlh: a good colored one irlllflrenndhe Sintordandpike from mllo C Irom chestnut with best of Lone, conforma Stan fl'li lord at JNfni ti. ItiHure a colt until tlon, stylo nnd action. Sired by Jtex weinlng llm 173C; 1st dam by I'eavliie Sf ; lcalne by THREE GOOD MULE JACKS. SILVER KING'. 2d dam Warren Harris Denmark; Also pi shipp pln.t. and a nmo 3d dam by John Nosloy, he by Davie term? will stand tho well known sadCrockett. dle horse Sllvtr King. Heat or care NOTE. In offering the services of this youug stallion to the. public, I At the samo time and place wll taken to prevent accidents but not any o?cur. John do not hesitate to say he li without a stand my three goodtuulo Jacks at V lespnnsiblp Itlgsby, It. V. 1) Vo. 4. or doi'bt the best Stallion lu reach of the to insure n lMng colt.' Thoso Jacki D. M. ANDEH80N Stanford. 27-- p people of Lincoln county and adjoin lug counties both In Individuality and need no advertising aa they aro kr.oui blood. H0 has as much I'eavino blood to breeders all QTer tlie county. Silver Wood as Is possible to get in one horno nnd Scnlco feo on all tho ahovo ad that is tho breeding that Is In de vertised stock duo when colt Is foal mand toua. it you nave any (iouui other traded or Silver Vood rin or Far Wood lr7"'i about that, compare tho prices I nave tU raar1 B01(.'' Core I record 2 27 rother to Nor Word with nny other breed stock. Thete terms apply sold them for re-'- 2 ro or Lady i'anntn tine 2:14 12 1 2. ftaken to p'roVerit accidents hut not in tho country, Kloilst 2 12 and eight "thern. TEKMS S 25 to Insure a living colt. ' spouslble should any occur. .... r.r M. uv,i !.- Knr U'wrt Description .'- eld; lu By NABOTH 10116, Ulnck horso 15 1 2 Imiiils lilgh fouled by Waltlngham bv George Wilke In I'JOtf good bono and site, tho kind lletiu Nalxjth's dntty Nora llaugh to breed to for mules inaros and work man by Norvnl B.U'i. t.y Kln-- t uncer horses. 12.', 2d dam Itla J. by Metropolitan "' SIDI Is by ton horsu Sldi SZ761 Imby llunillionlin to; 3,1 dim ported Krencn stnlllon out of good iopMre by Mambrlno Stnrllglu 39 2, hy Purlbay 441: 4ili ,ln,n M nutlvu mars. Will make the kojkou ot 1311 at m ers b) Oilier (thornttghbroJ); Cth tlm placo In Oltenhelm, Ky.. at 110.00 to b) Wagner; 6th dam by Imp Tranby, 7th dam by Thornton's Itnttter, Insure a living colt. llOilll Vllbnlll In II ImniUm.i.. i ,..iJ ttandlnc I .in 1.2 Immi. r ADOLPH HERTEL. rnd action nnd perrect disposition. Hr (Jttenhelm, Ky pro n breeder nnd his own hi r. J. -- ;, John Klectloneer-W- il breedlnr. the cross In second to none. Ueu Naholh will mak the season f Hill nt A. T. Vimnnllnt.1. ....l, yardj nt $15 to Innure n lhlng colt Monev ilni uhin mnt-lu irtifln.1 nrtfd with or bred elsewhere. 3 J. M. PETTUS. Sanrord, Ky George Hur Ho U tho sire or the Joe Chancellor horse lhat sold tor $150 nnd or three .nnrcs that o!d for $T85 at J, II. llaughmnn'H big sale Inht fall. 'Nu'r Soil. Anil Clarence Tnte refused $4,ri0 lor a pair of 2yenrold fllllos by blui, JESEE AND ENRIQUE Tho gieat show pony Jesso nnd another fine ShetMnd stnlllon will make tho season nt my p'nee. Uvor bixly known Jeise, tho other pony the crrck little hors,. Knrliitte Is descrthed In the Ameilcan Shotland l'nny Club ns follows: Ccrtlficnie of regl. tratloi.. This certlflrato tmt lh.uu has been registered In Vohr JO Club or standard number 1023 of tho Amnrlcnn Shetland Toay Club stud hook, the Shetland pony stalllou known na lirlaue of Ponmoken white aud black head; white star and unlp; under part of neck black extending to knees, iHrge black spot under belly extending up flanks nnd sldeu; lowor halt nt tnll black; im.ill black spot on The rrrat dmfi stnlllon Hint hue made hln own rep, will make the season of 1911 nt my placo on tho Somerset plko nt $10 tn Insure 11 living colt .',".. rt. R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Turner Kentucky. Jr Stonewall Jackson, i'VfS 3-1 1 colt-Mire- Moreland, Ky., 10. Knr Wood 1679C, rjord Will mako the season ot 1911 nt my 1st dam Nora Wilkes, il.im2 27 2, of No barn at $10 to Insure a living colt un Wood 2:12 Nora WxM 2' 19 weaning time, sound and all right. Norn Wilkes, by Ueo .viifcea 613. 222 til A Hon rotalned on all eolta until teo-so- Nut Wood 600. record 2:18 3- dam Win Ilussell, dam or Maud S. Is paid." ' J. 1)8 3 4 BILLY BRECKINRIDGE. SILVER WOOD Is 11 black nurse nt my barn at $8 to Insure' f , .h Will un Moh n colt until weaning time. A Hen rone,i tans, noasosses croal mitur. held orf all colts until paid for. A ii'..i, Hy,e nni M rolin,, nctou oxtrgmn h ...t,....n, n i, barren mures Bucceesfullf bred with fir,iu, . r, ' . .... mmi. .,. ,....- " a ".. .mw..--.. n. m . .rii&viriii jv nover becu uanait for gpned but can SON I'lcflsant Hill Ilreedlne wny gno,d he 2 3f Ralt oasy K0 4, SUnford, Ky.. K. h l). not w)th ni8 splendid pedigree, ricn coior ana una disposition make u great ilrn. Labrlnt Unrfsr a Mldaks. 8ILVER WOOD will nvikn th0 sea Prison Visitor An I right In pre-your on for .umlng that It w ffkJ'ffi lVfbl."S etrong drink that brought you hero? tMe n,,nyll0 and Uincaster plko at l'rlsoner- -1 don't think you can know ten dollars to Insure a IIv'iir colt up this place, gnv'nor. It's tho last pluce and all rlghL on earth I'd como to If I was looklug W. L. SLOAN, Hubble, Ky MsU. for anything to drink.-Lon- don n ill. 2.in J.4. and 16R othom. Nut Wood MO. record 2:18 son or Holmont til. Silver Wood's first nam Princes by Vntlrnn z:2 I130K, lie by Hii. mont 14, Vatican's dam Hu'iblotonlan lt .,. ..i-- 1 i,.h. 1 ti: i..w.. Iclt side of back. Koaled May 29 190D Slro, iho Major of Potiiuoken 9921 Dam Ijidy Gray (rM9. llred hv L. C. Price. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. A Forolb't Indictment UtUe Nell I don't like my papa one bit. He's awful selfish. Mamma He Ho nearly Kit h? Llttlo Nell-Vcdown on my dolly, an' then, 'stead of. taktn' another chair, ho took her chnlr, rlj'ht aivuy from tier 1111' Ic't her on tlio hard door. .. H'm. "V? AXfj-HAra- TT Handler reached nut, picked np a box from the desk anil extended It to the now thoroughly thunderstruck convict, who wns niowly recovcrlnc from tlio menial atraln of the Inst fow moment", 'Ilavo a clfrar," smiled tho warden gra-- . clously, with n sweeping lww, "Also permit mo to ofTer you a chnlr, Mr. Valentine. . "Ily the way," he went on caally, "are you erfectly comfortable In your cell? If not, I want to know what I can tin for yon. I'm going. to havo Smith go to cee you every dny to do for you anything that you wont, provided the rules of the prison permit, nnd maybo some things they don't." Valentine, hardly believing what his eyes nnd ears told lilm nctually to bo occurring, dropped bcwllderedly Into the proffered chair nnd, taking a gilt bandit! Havana from tho box, stuck it eagerly between his lips "Havo a light," said tho warden, striking n match and extending It to the end of Valentine's clgnr. Tho secretary stood acrosc tho room near n door, eyes staring In his wonder as No. 1290 leaned back luxuriously in Ids clnlr, crossed one striped leg over tho otl ir and sent fragrant clouds of toward the ceiling. blue fore we get through," he gasped. "I think III apply for a Job ns worsted holder for some old maids' sewing society. This prison Is getting altogether cl to suit me." too ge-tc- NiwWay Knocks Rheumatism nnd wroto x "Alias Jimmy Valentine" -. i Proves Startling Success. iirlo arl.l l.malta which c it, u rhiumnl Ism baa brn enlvr.l. ns l.t led l" mnny rhrnnlr HufferrTa wii ve'ara" of lev I used II. MI" Guaranteed Absolutely At To Results. system Tl trftblrm of rld'Hni? H r wj-.- .' ft. At JT 44 'as... . Taft'&IL. salllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 'W ij, jf wvnr'-MkTrnKi ' V i riSKLaAVJL Ss VaaaV r.' ""VVo" 'N'unTm.i'llon U mm lltnthe f,.alienf re" which ml oltr. f . ' TbbB'bbbHbbbbbP r ?ilKlliHHiilililiillilililililililililililiB flUA JaB jfialt' HLH Jfn iB bis father that be could not continue h study for the minis try; that ho wanted above an other thlncn In llfo to enter tho school of mlnea at tho unlveralty. lie walled livo days. Tho nnswer came. The saino night there were n vacant room nnd a vnennt Iks I In tlm .Next moiuliig cainu a dormitory. Under a table was found n search. crumpled note that the tears of the lad had blurml as he read. The letter of the colwas taken to tl.o lege. When this gray haired gentleman adjusted his spectacles ho pressed tho paper flat on his desk nnd read: "If you da .not continue your coarM in theology I will censo to pay your Should you dlscon- bills at college. "Iitry" 8nedden doing a glary, seemed about women, Vnlentlno Hint what It menus j9PPPPPPkV,''aVBM HI ' "Tlns'll lie n regular Y. M. O A. be- PJPJPJPJmYa.9Bfl t nllk ll tlon of the sufferer i ' ether tur product treatment of -II .kind known, 'alitnala" b It results. which the patltnl lift len able to clearly r. retell tiio Ci i.plete oradlca linn of tlia disease. lina been rr nnrkably effee-ti- n In every form cf t) eutnatlam, a osircmrly unusual. feature NtIiIcIi l Dli the met C W. Ilraun, l.. cat eftlklahoms, pbyalrlaaa la Crosalarat kl euctra In trralla; 'TH raBBBaBaBaBaBaBl to know a grent denl nnd he had assured. "a girl don't know lo keep her word, not that she don't mean to, but sho Just nnt'entlly tnlks jo much that sho can't rumiiilni' l..:r w'.ml sho wiys." The lleutennnt governor, too, had apparently forROttcn about tho of No. 1'JSO. nnd VAlenllno deeply to wish Hint his hopes had never been nouBcd., Far better never to havo risen to tho heights of expectancy at all than on attaining them to bo thus rudely cast from' them. Dut Valentino had not rcalltnl how alowly tnovo tho cxecutlvo wheels of 'tho- government of n great and busy state. A governor is neui to a strict, accountability for his official actions, and In tho important matter ot tho pardon of a man convicted to stato prison for n felony hasto It entirely ont of tho question. And It was one dny when Jimmy Valentino 'had lost every vcstlgo of confldcnco In Hoso I.ano and her undo and In tho lawyer whom ho had retained that hurried footstepi resounded down tho cell corridor. A, paper, a glorious paper tearing the seal of the Kraplro State, was flashed beforo his eyes. o "You nro pardoned!" enmo tho "Tho governor announcement. bas released you I" lw-gnwo!-com- Imt, was right after all. bit tf four for bur- 1 a s e e rrom the Great Mf , '''JB e the prison. Wardivi Handler hears Hcuo bans tail how the was rescued from a tblcf on a train, and lie Is amazed nt a coincidence. Convict Jimmy Valentine. No. 12a. Is brought Into the warden's otneo (o open 8HU0ARS A ThNNER. a aate aa an object lesson to the Vliltors. Stanford, Ky. and Itose recoamlies him aa Uu man vS" saved bar frox th thlaX. Cotlni- u;c ne can't open tno Este, enrsfftnc Handler. The lleutanaut cover-no- r nn Hose talk with Valentine. Hose Kay to aid youiiT prisonlull limlht-- r to Kmrllf, So. 2l'j, (.leads with handsoirx the In Bine Bine er, wIk Is r IIUI MM'HI. earn. Mr- -' 7.IUADI Vay promises for U0 roMdimt til)- - by Vermont KOvernor to pardon Horn's aake to ask the A Mortny Valentme. lnn?an ) Interview occurs blwrii Handler und 'tnu on to JuHtln I, ndl Co'.iiilu.l v - hy Valrnlln" iu uam tit in Imp Arabian Stallion .llrndl. Tim durn of iHnroy (lolilditn Is CONTINUED FROM LAST TUESDAY IVirenco tjr Colden Mln- - a atin ot aVK t;: H'a ( iT"t. Morsnn. f.iinili li.nl cntue In wllh the ward lntirrd en. 'i he latter turned lo hi aecre Nole. This la nu 'lomnn iltalllon, thn bliwd now In tni.t n I'ay d"parlrd and snarled , hlnrk diMliacd A rich 'dappled hN teeth pK'trtidltiK like xmiid xiiiti, 16 hntida tiiurt "Vtilenllne. eh? I5et him!" faiit: beauty and action. nf Kreat Smith. hl fin i' sr.tvely set. oliedl-ntlkitli aliped and oncliirnnro and itnoxeel went out of Hie rooui led n h producer of tilRh tltihs Miow, Ttio re liomen CHAITKIt V. load nnd tordi of tiU produce noiu in biii.m J3 S his neeretnr left the room to IiIa aliie and i nd aalo rliiRH sho f priN'tire Vnli'iitlne W'irden ii.ctI! a a producer of line road, shun I Handler elowered dnrl.ly at at Hire i, anil sale litirxcv A tin- (hair Hint cIommI liehliid '"tolls will he convincing. as Will make lue pmeiit re.iMin r.t him uml through whk'li N'n. milw. ft : Stanford. Id lie tiuw llllliKl hriiilKht. lie would in' rami " Ki . at 51 j I'D to Intiirc a livnm colt MiO' IIiIh man who had dureil to tall; M'irv l.''nt nt 10 centn per iia to the lieutenant sjotemur that Hilly aitilitlon Klveii hut not res; on Ilmidler wna (he Im. f Sins SIiik 4 !b fu' nciUlcnlH or oxeapea. prl'Oii and no i:,e eNi-- . etcn lleutennnt F. REID. Discipline Kolcrnon lo the touir.ir es. lh:it was It inilat lie pieerusl the old explau.itiim I'l.il always held Knn.1 when a ii. eius' v.lio offended MADE ON :is meted the u milen in aay ay out the teuse.inoe that the wanton would not U dcuhsl. tlnce there was AND ALL KINDS OF tuu'.'h rucked little it thin ehestisl. 'Tkr raifi for Ibis Oal trerr aeleet. 4 feoaa sbe Tarluan rhreale lunaa rnnimonly knonn Ma lararable, ami all (Mas at lav !! Stnte yielded to the II. .r treatment. Ceasiaerd Ikat Milk laeurable there arr bo new furaia f Ike alUrae. I am rraitr it etak my ttrtifea.luuat rrpatatlon n rurr fill farma of rkea. lay abllllr tanarlant wile) lata IraalMrMl.1 The beat titwa of nil fnr tha rheula Kuaranteed nj matic la that 1(0 results. la alnuularly free from any ntiluttis or danraroua clruirs of any rie- iKcrlptlon. and la raally rsslnllated byi the wnnkral atomaon. r e wonderful run explanations action of tin rrimtnatlnm, Imn bairo, Kut nnd neuralgia, are parked with rtery bottle. taklne a today, d you may, tottla of fafely drep vry other rheumatism treatment )nu may nniv tie taklnir. Oat at your oniMWt at IIXO n lottle, Itjouarw kMllir.ed Willi II, a you Ixittlea fur Ki, ami art rid at wtllbii. t your affliction. If your drusrlit cmiiiOi auuuly yen. It nlll Imi atnl on rrrelnt if ITleibylli llnllclne Fo ?7ll I. In. com atm rijiro. 111. nrn tKttiui ' taiuvinre aTtry tsfftrtr, riecommended and Sold Dy ll-'l- rhmmilUiHi eeist jift , pppppppj 1 'aft rw HrvXiSt laHtl ISCj'dX ?UtUkM vCBLPPPPK tlr X.'jj MKNTINE, lUtoi Safioil VJlMVmi HANDLER &D HOSE LANE. 1)-- -' r tin Warden Handler of Sine Kins prtsof and Datectlva Cioorn Iloylo endeavor ti prevail on UlII Avery, a released prlsonei to aeareh out Information acalnst a former "pal," a young convict known ut Avery refuaca, a no Jimmy Valentine.. Uoyla and Handler threaten to attsc. him. Valentine had a trick of openine nt aafaa maUJv bv th wtfTrrnor fui y hA hla bcAutlful nluvn. Ilo.o Ivino. women workers In a. rescue illusion SYNOPSIS. rv. liw ja vi.i l' in Dorsey Gnlddust 12052 tr ,.itii .i-i- t . tnii-niel- y lv v lik Mi et "Why dldn t y.u. uiash him when ho hit you, you .,.. .dV" ho asked the helpleis prin. r ,u purpiMoly ag gruvHtiiig tfuiwt '.ure losing your ncne In this little buanllng house it mine; that'a what'a the matter with jou .You biivrn'i any manhood left In you And, aay, v i''ntliie, when we have lud you he- - as our guest two years more you'l bo whining around like a puppy will; the j.ink eye; that's what you're comlug to It's bound to get you-t- hls life Just like It gets all the rest of you thin skinned guys. Only a bum can llvu this life nnd keep his mind and his manhood." Tho cruel words of the warden sank deeply into Valentine's boul, as Handler well knew they would. Hut the prisoner wus determined that he would show nu signs of weakening before the two men who hated him. "I didn't hit him because I'll square myself when I get out," answered Valentine defiantly, "and there are a few little things that - wilt square with you, loo, Mr. W'ardeu Handler. Vou know you have me in your power, and in do I. Hut, Handler, jou're going to like me better from now on because, realizing my osltlon, I have dared go ngulnst you." his Hut Valentine had mistaken man. Tho respect that one lighting man Jins for nuothcr who lights him squarely found no place lu the craven heart of Hilly Handler. Valentine had jet something to learn of thu psychology of Jail wardens. Handler's fare took on a malignant expression. "Oh." ho sneered, "so I'm going to like you, am I? Well. Just watch me. "II burke you. you" Handler lunged around the comer of his desk at tho prisoner. "Ikui't burke me!" cried Valentine desperately. Hyes gleaming with his vengeful-ness- , i- When a young lad of good parentage and of sound training nnd education begins 19 chafe under tho restraint of parent.- drsclpllno It is time for tho parents to exercise the wisdom got only frjm the lessons taught In the great fliool of the wide, wide world. Thco'Ies nnd principles expounded ever so convincingly will not keep tho growing boy ut home after 7 o'clock In the rvenlng when there Is a chance to escnpo Into the streets to meet the "bunch " the alluring, versatile bunch whose htns so often Include the annihilation of the Sioux warriors of tho Dakota plains who have laid down tho tomnhawk to take up the agency clay pipe and store clothes. That is to say, theories and principles merely will not sulllce to restrain action the Impulsive, Imaginative, craving youths unless the parent combines w ith them enough knowledge of the wor.d to convince the hnlf formed, halt trained youthful mind that the mentor has the best interests of the Ind in mind, that he has been through it all himself and knows full well tho Joys and disappointments, tho fears and hopes of early days And It is the habitually stern, optimistic, unyielding and academic parent who convinces the young lad that he knows nothing of the fascinating tcmptutlons of boyhood. The spirit of compromise Is allowed to perish by such ai parent; the spirit of rebellion grows in the son's heart; a spirit nourished on the decay of the rispect and loc thrust aside by the father who, would nut understand. A certain lad of sixteen years found life In his New I'ngland home far more circumscribed than was that of his companions of the same ago nnd He wn same comfortable position. not allowed to go swlmjuhig In 'ho lake because his young friend Tommy Clark had narrowly escaped drnwulug Tho fact that Tommy Clark could not swim and was "taking a J.iro" on that . memorable occasion when he vetged ( I In ono of tbo parlors of tho Ten Kyck hotel, In Albany, within two short blocks of the capltol, Mrs. Webster and Mrs. Mooro sat patiently waiting. "You don't supposo Mr. Valentine to meet our party ' ' i ' I - UE1AIUS Motor Cars Machinery with hands outstictchcd, the warden came headlong at Valentine, who bracts! himself to withstand the shock of the oncoming body Crouching, the prisoner primed himself to clutch one of the warden's thumbs, which wus carelessly extended outward from his hand-- n trick Hothncr had shown him. Once securing this thumb, it could be.s'(iulled back oc y twlaled to the breaking point if to cause an opponent to yield, or by drawing the outstretched arm over his shoulder, wheeling his hack to his foe as ho did so. Valentine could bend sharply forward and throw his assullaiit helplessly over his head and on to the door In a heap with the disconcerting "dying mare." Hut midway lu his rush the warden stopped short He had caught Wm-cJust In time. About to throw himself blindly at his Intended victim, n thought (an Inspiration he afterward considered it to be) flashed through his brain. The warden halt-si- . much to the amazement of his secretary, Smith, who lud been watching tho proceedings with unconcern boru of experionce in like happeulugs. Then Handler turned away, rested one hand on hi desk ami with tho other stroked his heavy, square chin reflectively. "Qod!" ho poudered. "Suppose the lieutenant governor should get on to those deals lu the contracts for supplies? lie might, aud then I'd need aim to bo my friend." ncc-essirlf SpjpjmPPPPL pJtjpTpi - j4P' "jfMP o embarrassed This hi the first victory for the Gate of nope, Mrs. Moore, and I trust your report will bo such as to encourage others to Join us." "It will bo exact, Mrs. Webster, of that you may rest assured. By tho way, do you not think wo should havo had a few reporters hero to give public notice of our flrst triumph?" pM r "Your report, my dear wo will send that to all papers," and Mrs. "Webster , spoke. wno mnn TAT.crWNB'8 run-En- HEART. bbou smiled proudly as sho eamo In with a A messenger boy TUB BCnOOLDOl'B note from Valentine, who had come to tinue them you must return home, Albany to tbank tho governor for bis I will secure you a position as release and to meet tho peoplo who where bookkeeper at your uncle's store.'' had worked to eecure him his pardon. Signed to this eloquent, brief epistle The note, written from the governor's was the name of the young man's fa- executive chamber, notified tho Indies ther. that be would be with them In fifteen Several years have passed since that nilnutea. crumpled letter was picked up from Itose Lane and her father, William the floor cf the collego student's1 room. Lane, an Illinois banker, came Into tho Several years hae passed sliu-ai , parlor end greeted tho two ladles, who aged couple, soon to eke out then Informed the newcomers tunc ir. meed of exhtcuee lu a small counto Vnlentlno would shortly arrive. Denews from tlw son clining the Invitation oi Mrs. Moore town, bate heard Tho would uot become a minister. and Mrs. Webster to Join In light reSeveral years have passed since a freshments lu the lea room on the mezyoung college student uppeared penni- zanine floor. Itose and her father reless and discouraged In a middle west- mained In the parlor, while the two ern city aud vainly walked the streets ladies departed. for dajs, subsisting ns best ho might, Itose had uot seen her father for la search of any kind of work that months und on his arrival In the east itrong hands nud arms could perform. she persuaded him to accompany her Sj there should be tempered Judg- to Albany lo nssure the governor thnt ment shown, sav 1. In ihvi'llhnr on If he pardoned Vnlentlno he would ,,le present rate or .iininiy aioniine guarantee him a good business posiwhen It Is considered that he was the tion. It Is more than probable that ambitious lad who left the crumpled this nttltudc on the part of n man of note lying on the floor In his bedroom Mr. standing In the financial and set out to fight the world single world had something to do with the handed. Until determination of the executive to That Jimmy should have lost In his .slsn the rl'lca.e papers. It tended to flrst grapple with life should afford confirm In the governor his belief in uu reasonable person ground for ie- - thu p:. itier's luuoccnce. Mr. Lane would feel uncomfortablo in coming In a nico respectable place llko this, do you?" asked prim little Mrs. Moore of her coworker in tbo Gato of IIopo society. "No," was the positive response. "That young mnn wouldn't feci un- comfortablo or any-wher- In the world. "sgW afj" SjpJfpJpJpllpHeVP aPXPPPMPPB '3.!t'l PA IfcPPpKSPpHpPBaa.kt. tt. 4 ppppppBpHppj pjK l3av",""fc jpjpjpjpjpHtiK'n ?ik.J ' clK-tlc- SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER GOOD SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES DEST EQUIPPED MACHINE SHOP IN THE DLUh CRASS. B AN V HIE MOTOR ft ELECTRIC N. CO. OANVILE. KV. 123 CROMWELL'S Fourth St. MCDONALD, JR. fore-yfcen- Cromwell'i. McDonald, Jr., a black hoitw, 15 liands htKh. Htar In C years old, und U un excellent t.iddlc liornn. t'romwcll'B AlcDonald, Jr., was aired hy Cromwell McDonald, hu h 'Iclloiiuld, WS, lit) hy HlacK Squirrel daiti I.ucy .McIVimild by lllir It "Vin.nlrn'1, C7S 1st dam Vulr Mare h rroinv.tU 7i, hy WaaldnKlt n 01; ,'nd tia.ii 8ni t'i imro h, John luilard S7 'id dam Kavanaugh'h tiny diii'i, (lliiuiiiur. Is .1 Thh 1ioih h:iv nmro ftr.lod, ll'Oti; lnd hy Wanh ItiKtin I, Wiuhlnglon'i aire by Croni 1st dam 1'uyeitft Deiimarl: b . well lie ly v.ihmion 'oninark ill. This v (""llent hotso IU muko ti i r'asiai ot lull, nt my place, 1 mm iiorlh of t'rub Orchnid, on tlu l.n-cate- r p'ke, at JIB lo Inmiro n colt for four muiiilis. A Hen rotnlnod on colt lor Bcrvlec, Money duo wuen maro or parted with, enro taiten is to prevent accidents, but not respon bible should any occur. WII aUo mind n Bplendd ytuirr Jack tlirco yeara old, 15 hands lil;h ut 4 lt-- 7, work tit the jkiIIs who had hsd his front leetb klekiil down hs throat liisjaiiM- - he wuuld in't slilne the waideu's hhoes A for thla ullck Mr. ! V.iI'Mulue, liu waa altogether too MiL too. and the warden would of hk life. He give lilm the los-vouldTliu door openel, and In enmo Smith, ridding Jlaimy Valeullne hy the arm. Tin? warden stooil at liU desk. "Ilrlns Itlia over herel" he cried hoan.ely, nliitlDR to tho space In front of hla desk. The secretary slipped hit hand up tirhtiid the prisoner's neck mid with a noleut lteao tlunj; Valentine forwaul bo that he was barely able to prevent himself from falling Hat on hU face, nrlttlns hU teeth. No. ViSO stralRhten-chimself and finally succeeded in auppreasltiR tho Impulse that nursed wltlilii lilm to spring nt liU cow wily nssallant'rt throat. Trohably It was tho realization of tho fact that ho knew himself to ho more than an equal for Smith in a hand to hand 1.1... ...iift ,1.... 1'11IIU11-v I A,lmln Mini IU141 ahi.i.IaI v.m... Il'UUUICl contempt of n strong. conut'.cut man for an Ignohlo Inferior. Bmltli was larger and heavier, yes, I hut the mnn who had hip locked tho liurfihtr Cotton nnd had thrown him headlong to his death from the window of a rushing railway train was not one to lia trilled with, llesldes. no leas a peisutiaso tlixu George llothner, n.ct:ed !upcior "duliu three" for tnde-icfu- - ou S&' 4" -1 proacli Those of us who have not lost as yet quite humanly perhaps in I, line toward comparisons which faor our own acknowledged virtues, but at the same time the environment of our fellow beiugs at critical periods iu their lives should always be remembered when the tlnal estimate N made. It Is human to have human emotions. It Is human to have inhuman Ideas concerning some ot our fellow men nt various times: but. after all, why not adopt ,t he optimistic philosophy of Jim my Valentine himself? For was it I not he who at the time "Frisco Eddie" bungled the "Inside Job" of a safe looting expedition lu Omaha sought to soothe the hitter's feelings by saying LPJK. 'QaJbaHaW aPaPPJPJPjl'-A'V- l vS&MiPM Jk ' t &im..' .'x8y "ltAVK A ClOaK. d I ' I ' the world's lightweight wrestling chain-- 1 s plou. had tuught Valentino the of the "grapevine," thu "cross buttock," the "Cornwall heme," tho "Hying mare," the "back heel," the rib crushing "scissors," the waist m.d crotch holds nnd even the tortures of the deadly strangle holds, fiuut nnd mys-teile- 110. rbove. Same tcime and conditions Crab Orchard, at. K GUS UEISZL, i' i roar. II indler bent over his deck, rs"'t-ml both hi h.inds himiii I f ! at ' SAVED MANY FROM DEATH h. Mod:, ol Mock, Ark , believes 't has 8acd many lhe.s In hU 25 earn of experience In tho drug business. "What always like to do hf lies." "Is n recommend Dr. King's v ew Discovery for weak, sore lungs. hoarfienes, fid cold?,grlppo, croup, obstinate 'cindis a nsthma or other bronchial affection, for I feel pi'io that of mN nolghhors number nuvo nnu won because tney : I honestly inv pdlvo to ue ' 'li.vo Its tho throat and lung 'lc'n that to prove .' tr. bottle freo, or " rn or l bottle. Sold by W. 1 v l. it ",t" Kv n deulli near the county lino road bridge and tho fact that the lad we tre considering could swim very well to the father as -- tado no difference well a to the mother. Tho son must keep away from the water. That was result Unal. if lie succeeds In making n man of The further fact that this boy himself, a man such as his Creator Into bo a mining engineer made tended him to be, who U there to say no difference to thH father or to this that his past has anj thing lu it to mother. It had already been decided I'oncern n critical world? Or who Is for him that ho must study for the there to deny to Jimmy Valentine bis birthright If he should miraculously ministry. Three ears passed. Tho lad was in redeem It? eallege The study of theology did Hut should he full lu the great test not tint bis temperament or his dewell, perhaps no word should Just sires, liu wanted, abovo all things, now be scut regarding him to the old to go out Into tho world ot notion, to home lu the little town, to tho father battle with the might ot the strong and the mother who would uot underman he was becoming ngalnst big, stand. tangible odds? out In the open air under tho open heavens, down lu the CIIAPTIMI VI. bowels of tho earth or wherever there weeks dragged slowly on were miuei to be dug and equipped Jimmy Valentine after the He wanted to study und operated. day when Itose faced the men who the problems that nnd Lieutenant Governor sedecoyed tho glistening ores from lay visited the prison weeks of won cretive Mother Knrth, nnd ho thrilled der, weeks of hope, weeks of despair, with the idea that he could succeisl lie concluded thut the girl hud forgotten him; that her Interest lu him 'it this profession. He fat in his room lu tho college ond been but the evanescent manifesJonuliory one stiuny spring uiornin? tation of a fleeting impulse. Probably sympathetically: "Nobody Is a failure until be admits You will never admit it himself. you're n failure, Eddie, so cheer up. You. therefore, can never bo otie." Consequently Jimmy Valentine must be given a chance. Ills doctrine Is the doctrine of hope. Give him a cbauee to apply it to himself nnd await aud dispassionately the iIpjpjpjpjpje iKariiBaTJiiHP - DflaDPPJaBlfel Y aPPPPAPSPJPBsTvPJHbPa pJpJHpJpWpJpH "WiiB ytaBnlKrsavrlllPleKliCLiaMyPAPil "this is niuvr vicronv tub ITK 01' Hot X " tou tiik O ami his daughter had waited overnight lu Albany after thu granting of the pardon to inee; the relents! p'Ntfner, who was couiliii to lit 'apltal for tho purpose already v ent'oDed. . CONTINUED NEXT WEEK DALKER AT COLD STEEL i Tur "l wouldrt t let a docto ciff my Toot II D. Rly, nnniatu. nir said i n horrible ulcei had Ohio, boon "although the plague of my Ife 'r fmr years, instead I used liucklens And- -i 'talvg cure . j.- -. "" uud my foot was soon cwuw.'HM'' ed." Heals Hums, Holm, fiorcs, Hru vs cz'uvi, Ilinplen, Corns. Suioif I'll- SlTP. ;j ci.i- t Of jug Siorc. il Esstj " s L. R. HUQHE8, T. W. HUMDLE, W. O. MARTIN, I THE FARMERS 1'OSTKl), Father I.co, W. 11. Kins. .1, T. Martin, Sarah K. Martin, Fred Hantlorf, (looil farm for private alc. Terms easy. 3eo JVIrs. Itebecca It. Carpenter . lliistonvltlc. For dale. Seed corn, (lold Standard )ellow improved lloonc county corn, f 1.2 j per bushel, .'ohn Cook. For Sale. Four fresh Jcrat' cow a, I vo Jersey heifers, 4 yenrlltiR short horn bulls. A. V. Carpenter More 21-8- PURE DRED POULTRY. W llarred PI) mouth eggs for sale, $1 lor 15. Also Indian liunnor duck eggs II lor 12. Sirs'. Antleruon Nunnelley, tMcl'luo llittitc, Moreland, Ky. BUFF ORPINQTON Eggs For Sale 15 for St C. C. WITHERS, R. F. D. No B. Now Llverv. D. CAttTiER, Depot Street, CAHFETS We can 'nieastife your room and guarantee an exact fit and no waste in matching. We have a beautiful line of Samples in Ingrains from 35c per yatd on up, and Brussels, Velvets te etc., from $1 to $1.50.. We in-vi- Phone OO, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 2. DltTce DR. W. N. CRAIQ, r nt-a- 'Phone 1431 Stanford, Ky. L Eggs for setting. .iMTf s Pure Creicrnt IS. S. C. White Leghorns. Oculiit and OptloUn J. Mcltobsrta' Htoro Stanford, Ky. II. Phone Mill Llule Davlton, land, Ky. "Im 31-t- I your inspection. HUGHES, MARTIN 0 wm& & CO.. Shoes Goads, Notioi-5,- GO TO W. H. HIGG-IN- S j For Your Disc Harrows, Smoothing Harrows, Corn Planters Riding Cultivators, Walking Cultivators And you will find the best line on the market W. H. Higgins. Doirt Fail To Look at our c have bought 'wool! Ironi. Its aiire to hcat- - dry and tag . veil. J. 1). i:.uls and Sons. For Sale Une llennls transplan- . lmT - . '' C 'White Leghorns Diamond ni ulilMi linn nnlr tinrti IlkPil tn ,( S , .. I Ltraln year 'round layer of large, . ... i"i;iu ncreb oi luuiicni mi k"u white eggs $1 per setting. new to bo sold nt n bargain See A A. C. Alford Stanfo"!, Ky : I, Faulkner, Highland, Ky Choice White Wyandotte cockerels. 1). O. Lewis bought: of J. M. Ituy Kggs l BO for IP. Mrs. J. N. Cash nolds, of the WanefburR section, 1", amnion) phoatd at n long price. REDS .Mr. II Murphy reports a Html .THOROUGHBRED S Ch k Cam for sale $1 for 13 rolt out of his show marc Lady Dare Imported Cock at Head of Yard. It Is by Hohemlan King. The. colt D. M. WALKER, Stanford, 'Phono i:io a mi exceptionally good inu mid If you want hens that lay In winter, lion's nil the unilille gaita and has a egg nre C big open trot. The mare has been when Orpingtons. hlrh. (let theIT, S. W Cggs ;t for Huff bred to the same tlic. t'. Klncald, Hione 19, Stanford. 2t. Kxpei t cattlemen In tne llluo llrnst j are facing ti section of Kentucky Indian Itunner duck eggs tor tale, money losing imipoMtlon this year, i.w for U nay at 5 month old rook's turnout perpetual layers .Mr i nd thousand of dollars will be ilroi U. M Tate. It 1). No. I Miwfmvllle fed by tlioso handlers who hae iiindc pood money sayfc the Mt. S. C. Drown Leghorn eggs, SO cent Stilling Gazette l..ts: year Iho cat per setting. Mr. J. M. Crts, R. O tic men went ul'd over tie prices paid No. 4, Stanford. 'Phone 30 C. Lan. for exporters nnd ns a result bought carter, Ky. heavily of feedeis weighing from Those Fighting Came Chlckem. OHO to 1,100 pounds and paid prices THE GPY GRISTS. In the World I t.injlng from r to (! cents per' Tho 1'rettlest Kggs 1. fur ?t00 pound, figures without reason of Jus S. J. EMBRY. JR. tlliMtloru Those cattle were led heavily throughout the winter on $.1 llarred I'ly mouth Rock eggs, ;im per bariet corn and some even higher for 15. Hubert II. Carter, SUinfort. Uxport cnttle In this mar- Ky.. In priced. K. K. U. No. 2 212 ket last year brought trom b to 7 ! per pound, nnd these prices, too, cents Imported stock Buff Orpington eggt when the cattle cost when purchased 75 cents for 15. Baby chicks $2 per cents. layers dozen. Mrs. W. J. Holtrclaw, only from 3 to 4 Stan buyers hae been In this county with. for, Ky, Route No. 1 'Phone 533 looking nt the. In the past three weeks cattle, some of which hnve offered for S. A. HILL but too buyers sale at Cc to C declined to buy nnd are waiting devel- Single llrcvder of finest strain Comb Rhode Island Redt opments Should the price c- oxi" Slock and eggs fop sale In season It eib stay at t to ; 2 cents during the K. l No. 3 Ijincn'dcr Ky. next few' months, on catt e for June, Fitio strain S. C, White l.eeborn July nnd August delivery the handHeavy laying strain. Eggs for 13 lers will lose heavily. Company Mrs. J. II, MeKce, King's Mountain. A Wisconsin lleet bought uO.000 sheep which nrc to be Ky. those Pure bred Dlaek Mlnorcat Eggs $1 per s'ltlng Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Girdsn. W'rlto for Free Catalogue. No. Agents 3S-2- ... H. F. HILLENMEYER A SONS. EOGS ROR HATCMtNa. Lexington, Kentucky, Huff Orpingtons,,) nnd 12 per IS Dlaek Minorca for IS MASONS' MEETING. Katra Mango Sllter lictxl WyamhitteH IJiicoId IHlaii No. m K.. A. M.wlllmrct f.O cent rnrh nrtt for IS. Satisfactory hatch In iliitFtl rninmsiilCMtlon on innnth, nt nuil Trv llilril Momlny nlitili guaranteed. oVIim-In ihnlr tmll on innlii tricot Htnu Minl'rof ,l,tr Miss Anne H. Trlbbie,. Danville, Ky. tont.KT, Invltmt tn Im iM,int. T Wr trn Irrnnllr Kc. 1 rtdi loln HL'-i- I PURE BRED POULTRY JOHN OOOK Itunner Duck eggs $ for 12 Veterrnary 8urgon and dentin. Ruff Otplngtoti eggs SI 15 Knyllsh Hnlmon IS for 15 Specialist on an hone and animal MRS. S. J. EMDRV. J".' disease. Stanford, Ky. Phone 104 Indian llarred I'lynwuth Hock eggs. For tmichlng of the finest breeding. Our chickens nrn large, big boned, and well barred. i:gs 13 for ?1. 100 for Vo. Mrs. S. K. Dnddcrnr. R. It. No 2 Lancaster Ky. S. C. Crescent strain vrhlto I e, horn egca 75 cents a sotting during April Uiunl price $1 50 Also for snle n pen of Diamond strain White U'g horns, headed liv Imported cock Mri I'hnnu 15 Stitt'n i.lrile Darlson Ky. w. w. Office auRar-DKNTurr- . at Reildenc ORCMARD. CRB SERVICE In Choosing this YOUR BANK as hero-torSr- r PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS DR. a f 1 1 i Hours S. T W. PENNINGTON Dentist .10-1- 2 MIHB tn 4 You hnve the nssur-nac- c of a service enpn-bl- e of meeting your most exacting requirements, together with courteous consideration, ample capital and large surplus fund, AM and 1 30 I'M Kv otllce Myers House flits Stanford & N. TI7VTETWBLE No.n, North. 4:n r. No.17, IOJ-- A. M. No.W.fMr. M. J perfect organization and efficient and able management No. It Houtb, Hits r. u. So si, Mouth. s a Vo. u. forlb.lMO a. Lincoln I . , 2 JOS. 8, RICE, Aeont. PRESSED STANDINQ VANIZED SEAM ROOFING. GAL- County National Bank Capital And Surplus - 1 Large Quantities carried In Stock EADS TIN SHOP, Stanford. Phone 114. WILLADAMS niture packing. SSmford. Ky. Livery;" XA kinds "of hsullofl. Ptione Fur1T 200,000 1 MACCABEES A. U. Mine. Deputy State Commander Stanofrd. Ky.. STANFORD TENT NO. 7. Meets - 4Uj - Monday - - Nignt Corner fjpxt to Court floiise MATTINGS MONEY JtMOtX! fattened on beet pulp. The average price ot lite stock on For Sal $1 Indian Runner Duck Eggi for setting of 12. the Chicago market last wek, as com THE Indian Runner is known as thi plied by the Drovers Journal, were Leghorn of the duck family, for eggs PHr-MrV D. E Pm-M- r. H fd.0.' hogs, $G.2fi, lambs, sheep $4.15, j and lambs 15.43. On the corresponding week of last year the averages were, cattle, T?.tiu hogs, 0 22; sheep, 7.S5; and lambs, JIM'3. Stanford, Ky. Children's Roman We Want 1 AND RUGS ! And Get Our Prices before you buy WE WILL SAVE YOU L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard, Ky. .UUL.U .. a.C-- . S. . thMa The famous ilaggln ranch, or 30.. 000 acres near Sacramento, Cnl., ha been sold. Its sale marks the pass ing of another ci the great hone breeding establishments ot the l'a clfic coast. The purchase! a iald nenr y 2.('CO000 for the property and plan to cut It up Into mall farms. As late as lttO.", there wero U00 brood mares nnd JO thoroughbred stallions on the ranch and at one time In addition to the thorougntireds then-neralso from J00 to 400 trottlni; bled horses on It Mr. IJagglu has also reduced his stud at t'lmendorf Tarm Lexington Ky,' to n mere handful" and ta. taken up dairying on a gigantic scale.' e Produce Sandals. AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRtSSED POULTRY, WOOL, EGGS. HIDES, ICE, COAL, FURS, I PARKSVILLE isumizm nThe Is vIslUnR M. Ilower. Mrs. II. 1'. Wilson, or Junction Cit, her parents Mr. and Sirs. 1. Kind that Burns Rood, Makes no clinkers, and very Little Ashes. We Give you 72 Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen Ounces to the Pound. J H. Baugkman & Go. I a 5 STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, May 7fh Misses Una Overstreet and .Myrtlo have gone to Gravel Snitch to visit friends. Mr. J. J. Cc'dtt has moved Into his elegant homo on Droadway, which is CRAB ORCHARD almost completed. KENTUCKY. L. T. Pendygraft hns accepted with tho L. & N.. ifnllmad Co, on tho (Irecnsbcrg brnnch J. I'. Uourlgan, of Allcotown, is hold Make your homo as modem lor your family n a ice, MK. FAKMEU: Ins trick No. 'i nt Coiatts during Uio resilience, anil place yotircelt'm a mition to et tln Intern murket rittolationt V. M. Bovver. i bsenco of liy nnnt.s of ui telipltono trvice time. 'J'Lirt can In? act iniu-lu-- il Henry O. Cozatt and mother .Mrs. .1 at any vvliicl'i ami vour neiitliUirs cut) et for'a Mini that N wuull compurcil with oii J Cozatt left Saturday lor a visit in le iwnetits reriived. Call or uildrebnoiir tieare-- t oilico r writel direct t. lointlvt'H nt Ilradfordsvllle. "Far leauiiuartere, Nuliville, Tenn., lor iiilnniiation ugaMliiiK our Miss Huth l'cnn has returned from teleili(iiu wrvice, vvi mer' Lino" rate. If joii ate imt .it rvcnt a visit to her parents at (iravo. Switch tan imniwliaiclv intertst you. Our limv, cover the Suites ol Kmtuckv. Mr. F. B Westurlleld enterUlneil a lonne-hemitl ll Stuithuii portion of ludiaim ami Mib'ite'ppi, Lmii-ianfow of his intimate trleuds at u do- Ullnoif. TEL. & 1EL. CO. EAST 'JENNK-sEllghtlul birthday dinner Monday evenBrov.Ti SALT, LIME, GIN8ENG, If you want FEATHERS ETC. more than just H. B. Northcott. plain, ordinary every day 'style T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153 in children's foot wear, vou will 3 buy a pair of the Sandals. They v ill WE MAKE satisfy that craving for footwear ele" LOANS " ance. W E. Perkins, On approved security whenever conditions it. RUAL. TELEPHONE-- : f warrant Prefer ence, of course, being given to our regular depositors. siK-cia- e. a -' (iNOOi'i-fiuArn- 11WBWSflsl Round Trip Round Trip ing. Mr. mid Mrs. V. M Ilower daughters havo leturned Irom and Urn-do- FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD. KENTUCKY Mr. Smith Southland and MNs 'Jooi- iKla Wilson ol tho Carpenter's Fori; 'neighborhood, wero joined In the hoi) 'bonds of wedlock by Kdv. J. . Edwards ut his homo, Thursday W. II Iluukla bought a nice pony State Bank Trust (o. m i - - - $50,000 SURPLUS EARNED $25,000 CAPITAL SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ASK T4CKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. nnd rig last Saturday fiom J Henry Hankln for which ho paid a tuner price. Ml. W. 1). Cozuti. ofl Knoxvle, Tenn., visited relatives here last week Organized in 1882. Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Sim KESTUCKV. 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