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EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. t MORE GLORY FOR STANFORD HIGH SCHOOL AT Negroes Kill Officer LEDANON AND MOD COMES .- NEAR OETTINQ THEM. CONGRESSMAN HELM HITS THE BULLS EYE SENATOR PAYNTER - Ylslllng rolntive lu is'lchoiasvl.lo IN SPEECH ON RECIPROCITY AND Mrs. J. II. Davis, of Vamixi, I'la., TRACK TEAM WINS ALL HONOnS POPULAR DANVLLE NEWSPArrn DEMOCRAT MBET8 PROMINENT Ky., May I- ,- I'ollremnn FARMERS' FREE LIST IN AT DIO MEET IN LEXINO. licro with her mother, Mrs. Silas Ann-leMAN TO DOOST CANDIDATE MANY F.RIEJJDS Ofi, SHORT HOUSE LAST WEEK. TON. John a ltolmy wta killed by James Kldor F. M. Tinder left .Sunday FOR GOVERNOR VISIT TO LINCOLN , " lluckncr timl .lesne Smith, negroes, ' I COUNTY.' afternoon tor tho Christian Kndoavor Congressman Helm mail's 'a great lll.-l- . D..l...,.l ....l..i..l...l UW,P 8nniln) whea William Aililnno .r i't,hii,i,, miimimi mw ., .. !. . ... t . . ' " Wi".UIII,VWU ha ana taking lilt last week with lila speech in Dip .......! l'"i.-."Is running a3alnt .McCreary for tho Km rapulntlon ir suprnmcy In ,,m" " '"" hold House on Reciprocity and Farmers' Smith United Stntcs Kunatop Thomas II. Dalley and llttlo daughter Mario are Democratic nomination Tor I...II... hv wlnnm lelle. ..u.,11,,. ,..' . trl policeman whl . i, !tnni lltickncr slabbed r'n--. 1.1st . Mil, Ilu paid . a.. .tilting .. 1'aynter was In .Stanford for sovrni'in nt "V ........... ,..., the liitorschotnstlc truck meet In Claw ' . . .. KUDItlUIT, IUI IIU . . ("" .. '" '"" f " - ...... .U.I.- I. nook "" C.K' y II .eltle, or lo. limn 7.000 population) him IS dmB out advertising matter to iiiKhl '"" Smith wuh ?"" ;LTr tire.. James Oaniett of Adair hands with many of ho leading '" nt tho Tmnhnnlii Pnlvorslty but',,,, afternoon l.ldlnK In a .egro cabin h.'""- - counlrr nowmmpen, all over tlio A..orn,.v .,. u.c- -nappcncu u oo on mo who tato. Owen Mclntno. ono ..r tho ,., to """ Saturday. Thoy i plumed homo that , " ..."' m imv ( " . "norratlc larllf chm,l.' 8,reet8. Senator Pnyntor drove ovruecn tho guest of Mr. ana Mrs. J. ,h"U' ,f . ,.dltor8 of lh(J My Iroph-e- a of their pow-- i f (J nlaht brhiirln r. hin, hut police (hie .unu,i nnu pmceci mo tiar-eyea uouiiohh di from nanvllio with Attorncyn llolioit Sweeney. .Miss Kate Simpson Is in has been engaged as his press agent rrs a itcltMimti Hlvor i up, a go!d med )lh f Ilutttonvlllo visiting .Miss Josslo low- - 'nud'wlll write and send ami Hiirtiir liurnam, rusn ri (nt; Minuil nullum tfiiuti iiiwiu uiwiu uiu jinit Jlliruin v. 1JHRI, nilll i.I fiul HltltntiH oalnri. out much of . . . .... . . lf.- fl.ilnf.tifitrnt.tl thrlt Hi., tnr. U'lirin. nr.. umMii frlnn.la f th .tnlAO.I Itcllta .. ........ ... .., ...-- .. n loiirmen cr 10 loiiisviiic. Prof Ireland iook owr c) M(gs IJclt0 Wog, nn3 rtlurnw (he mattor boosting Addamu' candid-nc',w not tho price r farm man. They say that practically the Coleman.) that learn compel of Harris wkWr waK niU!ht tllU PVenlngl,,r sister Mrs. (.corgo country it to be furnlshcil to tho " tt vlsl ta ,"" "ro,,uc0'' c,,e,,Thu bar of Danville Is for Paynter newspapers. .Mr. Mclntyro Wallace Singleton. Mike Penny and1,,,,,, , , A orowi, atomlC(1 ri)tary of Arglculturo and other repub- - and ngalnit Jamoa and dcclnro that Robinson or Danville. has it ado quite a reputation as a Wesler Hmliry ami they easily won Ul" n,l(I wllll, f"-- Mayor. Coun llcan authorities as recent convorts he will carry tho county for Hoyle. . press agent through tho tlno work ho ilu. me.-- t over nine cither tenuis' renro- Senator Paynter found some or the Las it.cn doing for the (Tnuinnatl Tnilnlng SehcKil ) Attorney, ahd prominent cltlrtns l" th" old dcmocnitlc doctrine that senllng tho I.ouUvllbt nw.i. n HV HUT in UI...H...II... - I tin" ci.fw.i ijiwn.nrn.iiiiiii.Bimi m ih. ftiwu m i.,t ,i, i.... tho Mirplus fixed the price of farm local democrata for him and Borne ELECTROCUTION OF Southern railroad company, sn-- .Mr. ....--- . I ' .'Vll'-- 'l IM III "! I'l doscrlbed the now re- - ngalnst him. Ho made n gool Impres- burg I limit 8rlit.nl. Andert.011 County (Jike Its eoiinM., Iluckner whh Hllppwl Iir"ll"PFNIMA1M PnTPONPH 'Addaras and his friends ar(. to tu v llLltv congratulated upon securing JUiIAM 1 uuciruie m a lunu 10 c.ncrni.Mi upon an nun cxpresseu wo lie High School, tint and alfto nished to liilisrllle. !uiicnii High SclrWil. Kmlnfiuv nucn a r prwliictloii and fair prollt as trmlnatlon to return hero nt a future first class booster to push hit candid- ivntliliitm IIIeIi School. Threlkeld Ho- - Mayor Snaldlng called the cm Urt SrhiNil or Mehohuollle. Stanford ,t.ounrll In npeelal seselon early this ",0 Ml1"" oM 'lo''0 r protection for(dato before tho primary and make ELECTRIC CHAIR NOT PEADY AND ,ocy, PRISON OFFICIALS FAIL TO wen n mini of S7 wilnf. In th.. meeL morning and a reward turn offered lot '"f1'1" Indiistilcs" with u sugar coat a speech. It la understood that Con-- ) NOTIFY SHERIFF. "o 'said that tho position of greRsman Olllo James, who Ih running her nonrest competitor being tho An the rapture of the !ovrr ''" Batting Averages. Wlllron later lacrciseil tho ll",K0 n,Kl1 Prlestii of protectliin, Can- - "gainst Panter for the scnatorship, (Ursoti County High School with 22 t.or L. AicCarty ireturncl Slierilf ' """ Mamuand Dalzell.was an jmieuKlll mako a speech here at nn (early amount. lHilnu. from Kddyvlllo Sunday whero he look All day crowds were parading th a """"n'r signal to him as the red lljjlit Stanford would liavw won fUII Shay Penmnn, tho local mgro for exe-- ,f'F STANFORD PLAYERS SHOW He UrcctM antl for n tlmrv a race riot " '" rnllroad track waii to the en-- , too hard lu the morning. TWO OVER COVETED. cutlon, but owing to th. Incnmpletlcn ' mincer. LANCASTER won the prcinnlnnry 'races utj 100 was reared 300 MARK. of the electric chair, tho infliction or lie produced first hand evidenco to se. Im.j 210 'yards wlllu yards and blw-tal- l the death pennlty had to ho postponoli Irelght rates Irani Cun.i show that the trim umilile to antnick or extend Lancaster, .May 8. The game scheduled to be played HUBBLE Kentucky iMbii points to Central lu the forenoon and finished mt- Robert llurusltlc bought a combined to a later date. Tor souv reason, or by the Stanford boys aguinst the tenia negligence on tho part of some one, or points were nn lnurmminUbl pro' r.iare or Walker Klannery for JU0. Kveobofly busy iilnntlng torn. ilde or tho moBoy The eentH and th0 school for the at Danville ! a n rn nnr ti, .. ..uuw..,n .VM ..w.... iri nriv . ... ... ... ... ... Horn, to the wife of Fnfrls PlUpat- - lection to Kentucky, and showed thai Itie winners weir Wnuolu the little daughter of .Mr. iiiiiriii ...w...w ....o f,..;.. ' u ,u u.u the balame of trade on farm product and .Mrs. Archibald IVohouse, of liar- - cation that the electrical death doil- ot W local boys, who had Dssh lliulsnn, Kmlaonco, rH k mi the Mil it 9 j.ound tlie go 10 hitoikU; Mll.wr, won IN Nannfe sposi lust wek wlUi with Canada waa owrwholmingly In mtumtth diod after a short IIImmJ '"B. a',Imratl's was not rc,lt,v aml n' Lexington on Saturday to ta'ke loses-th-o cost ot his trli I, tn t fe entire Hlngletun. Stan why the bwf leneebHrg. fweoml; er cousin ni7) i.Mabl,, Rankin at " Mr. , hat too Mr. 1)yolM)IISH taB untlI re. era opp.weti me inn. ami sent meir cent v been residents of Ijinrabter down there and return. msrronim. lura. tUlr.l. w"k bcufor 'P'"1' ''" Tho Courier .lournal'ln Sunday's 1 pHt Col(sii. Stanrod, won, Mtwrt walklnn daNiipttv aimmv and have much sjinpathy Bn taolr "H' Mre .1 C. llauhln of Mnroellus was ,ll0lr u ,lmt sue said that isovornor Ull'son has1 tl.' raisers lu op.oUion ti tht reat loss. over tf. see her daughter Mrs. Fits ,n" VI lMt S ! lcbrti granted n respite of 10 Jays mil oont. by accurate data Ander intrlck Siindsy. bill. He slwiwed Qyrd Meadatnea Rebecca Went and Fan-- ! The Imttlng aoragos of tho in tin- now dainty lllakt Sohod. woti j. m. Rankin and mhi Smith vslUd exwrts of farm prod act a aio so me Fair"-- were In Nichoasville for the oleclrlc clnir can e coirplelcd. ,jers r tlio local team for th H te.ison. is said it will be ready about July. V C. nunkln nt Prrrytllle Saturday ",r " excuae of Imports that the, tar- - the W. C. T. U. Convention r.; IMcbirn. Cynthlatm, aeennd. HwM which It srow tliat Pitcher esev !;tintiry it thlnl. and Sundav. A. L. and A. C, Rankin IH 'wild not aTect the price uiaK. c'osod Tuewlay night after tome veiyl erase Kmlm-aee- . leading with an of :;.;. lor Daah llutUon, Kmlnne. Ultel tlwlr brother t .Marcel- - ,n "ie broad ataleniunt that, rtith,lntretlng addrses. the games placed with First Uaseman Two Good Jobs. w rain exceptions, tlio surplim of such MIsas Sadie and I'attie Anderson Jl Meonds: Mtlear. iJiwretic if SiiiHlny 'Will .AicCarty next with Mi. Tho bwrg. second; Kiabry Stanford third. Mr. I.lndriijr Smith of Pulaski conn- - producta tfinlndUril the price, and, entertulned a number of their ung;GVEN 0UT By C0NGPESSMAN 'averages of tho players who hao Milollaan-llitjiiiJilu. Anderron conn tj Is with his undo Mr. A. L. Rankin. l"at freight rata Canadian friends Saturday afternoon from 2 to ,ou part in championship games aio HEM TQ WELL KN0WN MeKee t High School, won 5:'.:t ; V. Rnnkln visited Mr. and point J. Tlw home Was decorated with cut wiik an Instiraacn to Kemuck Mr. ias follows MEN. I HwronretoiirK. anoBiitl, llartlelt. And Mrs. Jns. McKocbnlo Sunday. farmers against lower priceii intofnr flowers, and, dainty rorroshments lent . PLAYERS PC AB I couat, third. Mr. and Mra. Jsme-- j McKechnlo will as toncaraa Canadian rompetltloa. much charm to the occasion. .'.:!:! ..16 A dispatch from Washington bays: l;,I"ury Htngletiin, Swnford. loae on tho 19th Inst. Tor a Mslt to 'I hat thf cost of labor la Canada, and Jhih Messrs. Conn of Danville, has rent-wo10 .Mi. ltnnrnaenlutti.. llnrvnv Helm will or. J,Ll-n,- l They will I'l feet S-- linh, HnH Tantkold Ntlnnd H. gone .L'y. sit hro are pnictlcally tho same, that cd tli0 Hemphll) building on tho 17 a position us clerk for thu commit Penny lor SU 'byvllle, t(vh, ,,r Wo nxinlhn. aceoiK4; Coata. at Wlnneptic the market price ot ner of Lexington btrfOt and will open iu tee on expenditures in the war de- Hill Sidney Dunlwr sold a Mno up a jhoe and clothing house. thlnl. mail wheat was hlhur than at Ctilcam1 17 .'.70 partment to Clarence Woods, tonuer Waters C'yrnJM- - Tmrse .Mesdntnen It L. .McltoWrts and C. The Paimeifc" Iro List R,Yanl laaH '".W-lutlo Pr Locaa. of Ce.igla ror .l.V) .i:w Major of Richmond, Ky. Tho salary Coioman - C. 15 w)ud; Mclhajor, jfo. una. wo, lirown went as delegate to the I'lll. he demonstrated how . manu'aej Singleton II is Jisr. .per month. . turwtirf could anpT h Uirlfr as LewmneclHtr. oe.iid: lirown, Shel- of Woman's curbs In ifrigfir :: 10 t Ho has offered a deputy postmaster-shityvtlk, third. THIS IS THE REASON fit with mathematical accuracy, and Louisville the past wek. .Mesdames Lkuier . . by the House, a desirable po?b Ill.tMtnnv, THrfl.V- - t'fltlltlinil., KlAlltfirfl Will' C!nlnti f:h. ... ........ ullil.m. u..v.r T ... ......u.t. ntt,l v.w.n " i.uuiiinuii .. a . .. c ., r y' ..u Itiaitran.n M..n mw ... .wimaw, . UFlfl. m..... j .Ild..,. w. W Plmnra ...ia r!An,n T Itnl.iiiLnn . . 000 .iim.....w ..lull, tint In .viivvi ti editor ot Hi.. Anderson '' 11 incite.; SltmloUm rltw tho bunlnesa. Has all kinds of line to control the price and output; 'war0 also in attendance at this jMipu wm. 113 .. ..,..i, , ...... ..Jessamine Journal, of Nlcholasvi Ie. J u .i..i!i iiimiiniiuv vii.9n uipui, ptifiuptiy wiin w.iiiu iftu jfiriucr neiiwi .. ursiiH V..UU iiimsiiti. wwitiwiij, wwiitH, ..... .r.-i j.e ruai revupuuu ..w....tlo PLEASANT POINT out diraiinL Special hoiae and mrilo lie to control either ootput, auality they received in the Falls City was Mr. Carty will not be able to accept. Trakatna cImmi1. third. Farmers have been cuite busy In rw or price of bis products, was complete highly appreciated the being given ihuutlKd; llmh Jama Singleton. Sunford, won life loilcies ?C .. leot 4 -t litchea; ltij.y. An.Uiri'Mi Irom any oauso. Insuraneo la a iiroteo ly at tha mercy of the manipulations automobile rides over the city and a1 the past week planting corn, potatoes Was A Confederate ifHiHty, rwcend; Katauaiigh audKtaiiM tlon delay Is dangMious. Sew him at of tn board of trade oer tho enact- - Hno banquet nt the Soelbnch. etc. once. - A. Arnold third. tie .Mrs. George Padgett lontinuea eiy has announced hlmeii wot f the farmer's fre list bl C. HUMBER DIES AT ill. Uoar.i llurdlea Kwina. 1 hrelkel.l wimld make piuMtlhln a total annual s a candlduti. for th office of County CARROLL CRAB ORCHARD GUM SULPHUR. vuM ill 6 seefiiida; Thelkcld, Tbrel Airs, llulnu carrier had a newie ut MVing of 170,000,000, to the farmer Judgti or flarrurd, subject to the at-- , IKiok Cwtcli boiiKht m baled bay on a bill of th.- iirlncipal Itemj mad tlon of the democratic party. Mr. Ar kv a, wMmd, Ktnbry Stanford, third. tack of stomach trouble a few days C. Humbtr, died at Crab Kc'ay Mace (lio .ia snort it mile of K. I King at 70 cunts. ago. iiee of duty by the bill, and mid that nM la a very popular man and hit. Carril KhiIh-)- . WIImhi Klna, soW a cow to Wbi. in his opinion, the data. If it could be 'many frienda are hoping and belie lag Orchard last week after a short Coiwuau. iUNltitd tl'enay. Chniles I)yo is suffering lroiu ton- uoss of Rrisht's disease seed 70 venri ; TiiMii.0111 um ior io. WamtHon.) won 3:117 "8 win win. obtained wimld how that Ue enact- was buried' In the cemetery atsll'tt8. tk mm or the oili wou'd make a total' Ur- - Walking of Chicago will deliver and tlhrell.eld. Kirklrlrl(, Smith, Slsddl A mad dote paetod bore last y'lss 1"",ra 1'r,vctt ,8 0M t!, slok mid caused wimn excltemeat by bit auntie) vating to the consumer of otie one socoad. n'a ',n8 addrosH Tuowlsy een Crab Orcliard arter services at the.Mr. number lia'lj"s'- Cnriatlan church. Vault-Mou- nt jo). Andertm lug all dog, in Ita path. Twi dotf hniidred niiliioii dollars. Pole evening on Temperance at tha Court or' Wt, weio glad to sec Rev. Livingston House. Ha comet under the auspices been In Oklahoma for aniimber Inches; Kavn- - were bitten at Mra. Sallie Kiittsrts . (iHiiily wan, 0 teet 2 but was bom 111 Crab Orchard al,It to fl h'b nppoinnnent at tho 5nrs. W. C. T. U. t'w naiiati, Anderson county, ut'Oiirt; Tap The tabid lauliif) wtm not killd. EADS CON LEY Christian church again after beiug In- late MIhscm (Itiitilfli MrCaU and Katie iliiHtBU, Threlkohl third aum Lfl Xiulm and Mr jauiMr J,rs- - Tobn K. Stormca entertaiupd having been a son of tho .1. rThoman --..,lunncAil fVi Lnmn limn. il ... r...i. who , &0Q- - Friday ""muer ...1. waa one 01 uie lounuors afternoon at The work of Coleman In the weight Price wore uipocdkj jnioata of Mra. Conloy wro united1' lu marrlaito 1 Innnln ..f fli j....vU... fVuin... Vntln.nl ll.i.ii tlHl'or Imurnn . nlrni- - nn !iliniwe si iw v....ij eentK and Singleton In Imck and Snlllo Roberta. A alee rlslilug trip nn ;u Stoubenlllo Wediuduy April I'lindiiome home on Richmond Avenue or this city. Mr. I lumber was an'1,."I r three years returnca to his homo tin' Held work wag icmnikiible. The or- - Dicla ri.dr liad Imen p'uniiiMt. uot" was o.ulto inviting by beoth on the Church ground, Rev. Cor-1nSunday. His many friends and 'DK nJrned with choice palms uiid do of Airs. J. G. Carpenter of 'this here, fit era, for next year are Dr. It. II. Guy Roberta who aienils scIkhi! at rell titflclatilig. were glad to welcome him (. rtHtaflo'd, ()., President, lliirriu Colo llicidhend, al tunic hoiii,. lo in.oy They were ucwmipanled by Misses lna t'u'- UoweM The gracious hOites as city, and Hon FNli of Crab Orchard telatlves back. U8ua' made all feel a cordial welcome Ho fought bravely through tho man, Mce Pwsldunt nnd Prof. It. !:. tho Inn Ijids Xaiiuie Couloj, hl'h Ftilrchlld I.otwecn the states on the southern W. (J. Routeu is visiting relatives Mrh Monroe, Secretary Thua it will be erica Sfiwdtr. ol Cial. llrcl. 1)m onlo I'owell, .Mossii.. Martin Hack alu' served a tempting nnd well sido and leaves mail) friend? and lov- - at Junction City. iiomtcd luncheon to the guests. hum r mil. Is vislliuv her daughter. Mm i.'v.i.. ji,..t-.- that Stanford n.... Wo'r1' Hamilton died at Mb home,00 onos to I,10,,rn thnthe Isno more ed by being given an ottlco and win 'nines I.awre- mColder. A most elegant supper was WREN'S FARM. Mrs. W C Klrby, ot Alt. Vernon, la Mltl1 .,, ttur o'cloc-- ;, the table be- - ,n ",,s coll,l,' near Alurksbury age &0 nlng tho liKH't. Supt. Ireland who nc .;viibody ibuiy and Otrmlng Is tompanlcil his boyo Is proud ot them expected to visit Mr. and .Mrs. II. N. ,l(i benutlrully decorated with terns yiarH- He s survived by a wife and .s Aifarlfpil HlQ FlfflPr the order or tho day. and no aro all the people or Stnnlord Kln: ut Una psico amj flowers. After bupiwr a most d- - clllltlri'- W. XV. lirock preached at U. P. Smiley Walker bought threa calves' nnd Lincoln county. i Tho Stanford 'rii King, Wnlllu and JtohurU limit lluliliul eveinn- - wns Miient Mis HOCKCASTLE YOUNG MAN ACCUS ' lIeudilcksons' last Sunday. ct w"'inm H'ak for rHJ.uO school la loader In all featurea schol.id lies ate building a nice, now vvlro jH tho oldest daughter of Mr. and L. II. Wren bought or O. P. Hen- Slrs- ED OF SERIOUS AFFAIR ani'm Hopper Steveiu., of Hi nnd athletic. Icnco around tho old family burial Kadu ami la Hwmt mid drlckson a sow and seven pigs for i;rouud near Uoni whero theso families m young lady loved by all who knew rmK'"s Arizona, for a number of .years a resident of Lancaster died af- - John IHnnton, aged 70 was badly '$-- '! and their connection bury their dead h,.r DOCTOR PRAISES D. D. D, Airs. Llllio Howard ol Hick's river 1111 bv lus sou. need iS. on Frl Mr. Conley Ih a t.on of Mr. and Mrs. ter an Illness of I mouths of a coin- beaten Although an 'M. 1)., I arknowlctlgo sec-- Is visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. BROUGHTENTOWN. nnjday loin Conley or Steubenville and Is a r'aU.c.n or diseases followed byBons'tion last, In tho Conner Creek Ulan-'V- to putnta and patrons Uiat your W. lirock. ..... of Rockcastle. attack of tviihold fever. Three The tenlor eieeiinn n lomedy, I). I). I)., reaches cases ot Lc- - . '1'tii.rn Mim l Or. Hughes and wire were visiting llroughtontowii bchool house last Sat- - 0us furmer. Wayno County Outlook. aurvIv tll lcceased, four sisters and ton nlleged that his ton made Uiree 7einu and permanently cures thorn. '.three-- brothers also mourn her death dirierent nttneks upon him. resulting L. H. Wren Sunday. uriLiy. Somo wauted to inovo U10 lir. Ira T. Unhbert, CalJwrll, Kan. ,BHo Doing tlio youngest Sister III the 111 nn Ugly IIOIo CUt in ills lip, leoni . ... . Jac. wumuuj aoiu .v BU1...I latin .l. .. HPhfMil hoiiK.. down ne.ir the lluntUI crAun.o at-- ' largo family. The remains wore tak- - loosened nnd otherwise about the face was visiting relatives at Wren's Farm Would fallen ldlcitlon or D 1) U My skin Is now as church whllo some did not want it tricketl have koii or on anyone who ot tlio llontly. Howling Green further .There were mniiy people Sout RockVVOOd. M Peterbut he Was en to i.i . .., ,.... ...., and . Interred b . Fearing .,.lc.v..( attacks ho appeared last week. wmcMiih ni a bibv's I wouldn't lUKe ' Oil., .... . Hrlnh. A'lirlirhl In erentlv linnrni-mi. fl,u stay where u ,,o0rlt.hH efere atUickslot Kldnov MH' D"'" "' "" ""u """ u,lu !..,.. a thomand dollars Tor what U. I)..,..1).. wiu to vote. bo it is to lonV Illness of Infamltory rheu- ' , ..vum 11m 1.. 1.1 . isome 7 or S years yoars ago or imeii- - of tlio Hrodhead Bectlon and had a alter a 1. ..11.,w...o ..i.i . . nun, iihh uono ior ir.u,- wiucb .Migimi nun young .matlstn. warrant Issued ior his win. Tho Tin. btores In liioughtontowii havo 1'" wrote, "so at last we gave hlm'monla. r fi.i tion.i, ni.in Moyd lirock who lias disability of hb Improved won-- , Miss Len.niel Kvans died or acute man. who had been away from honioj These aro lust samples or letters '"" extra good bublness this week lor ?,wf l1v. 'tS iii'llBcstlon mU ,nk,nP, ?1X P0"11' , alter a brief illness at her, some years, returned rast winter and'tho stomach Is greatly Improved. Mr. of ,. a good citizen and wo hopo J? ... nged 7. years. Four was a tenant on .s father's .arm. Thollrock ramny from near . - ."y v .wwv. wa .! m in . wi iu. iiimiuiu, iiuuuiu i,i frnli Orrltnrd wtm tin vlmflntr W M iiatrtati.u, iiriMi louiiuir. ni'rousnosit. uuushiuib, .ucomuiiL'B ..ti ...it. it- - ..,Ai..t.i ... Jacko Uclaucy sold a small farm ,.,. iv ',, n Jackson nnd famllv and also -1.. A.,1,le.!llaV,.May .V"d " dr0J'8'' "I'll'."!"1 W . K. Alontgoniory. John Duncan . and handling a team. .. . . ' . iiiiuiio iiiioiiiii iinuir J n. Ill lllltllll h lllKllK... .... Tllllllir... lIlKn of 20 acres ueur Ilrougiitciitown for . .... u1"11' "" buimuih i"u" i'l...... 1.. m....... ...., ii'im t iniin Slncletnti it ml Inmtlv. VW.00O. MONEY TO LOAN. Mrs. KIU.1 lUantoii Is sarlouslr til bottle gunninteed. CO cents nt Thef!,. ro the iiw.i.1 ,f mirneniniiB." M8S J,ar' is In Lexington ll" nr,,K storu vvonls h tho with consumption. Many friends havo For Sale. Restaurant, bakery, soda 'Halting Mis. John W Woods. Mips On Lincoln county rarms. In any ,., .1.111,,.. i...-- 1 u. 1 1 . Bain riiuiur, George P. Urlght makes a salvo Mffio ii.i " Iimi amount over J3.000 Rate of interest fountain etc., living room above. A liurnslde. of .. 1.. ihnii.nii. a rr . .. iirr.a Tir Km. win evei tf.ti- wen. Sbo luu six u.w.a .w. UJ U.WUPU..UH m that will euro white swolllng enrbuu- - tho recent guest of Airs. .1. Raymond B 12 per cent. Term, B years, with good stand nnd splendid busluess. ten years to bo absolutely harmless llttlo children cle bollB. uono fIons. corns, llnsoldon. Miss Mary Rankin bus re- - privilege to pay aflcr one year. First Tne placo Is well furuUhcd nnd the Singleton's Iriby Mr nnd Mrs I) ilrou- In every caso or and ftlso v'ru cuts, haraesa sores and turned to Hlcbmond whoro she U a, mortgage. If you.are In need of nionoy ttock of groceries cigars etc.. are new beeu I i'l but Is'b'ottcr now hni. Me, no motter what It Is. ', 40 per cent of tho This Is a good chance for souio one There aro many oud; men leavltui scratches on ylur horses. Guaranttcd student at tho Madison Female Instl- , will loan Got a bottle today! InBtant idler Itute. Airs. Mildred Heazley Is In Stan-- valuo ot your land. For further par- - to mane gooa money, lv, turtner only 25 cents at SlniBarB and Tanner's Ilroughtontown to work on tho rail- to euro. 2G and tOc a box. 302t ford visiting her dauchtor Airs, vv m. tlculars write to 0. H. Swinobroad. particulars eo K It. Hughes or W. L P. O. Ilox 193, Phone Stanford, Ky. 25-tiMcCary, Stanford, Ky. Hays. Mrs. Clay Uunn and daughters I Attorney, Lancaster, Ky. bei-i-l 1 - iMattlo and Mary Lee aro nt homo af tr a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Iko Dunn SHAKES HANDS HERE, I of Lexington. M. . H. Walker litis 'I-- McINIYRE PRESS AGENT FOR APPAMS. Lt...ri i n. nth', '' ''"W -- """'. - ''" . - if,, .... ,. ""f,'", K"ukr ..... " mi.i,ii.i.. .i - .,,.. ""' ..,.., ,ot ". '" ' i:,mi ilch -f- I lncno ...... l". y lr I- nii. ! - r,t Vbll iimn. datc-vorfce- d 1 ' ' ii . icr 6 lw. bn lx. rauw "' "'r- - 'l lk- .,, irt .,!ch ",0"snh,t - "l ... il Ilall tak-fro- t. ti Ird ly .0 ." ... c....,. ... fet S- p - ..... . ...,, ... i. ' '. .0. .... ,..,..,.. i. . r-c-r j tr 1 2-- - 111- "" ' 2 'r Iacntr 4 .! .-- - ', w.-i- - ' I 1 -- Fr..,Ar n.-.- n''d ... a..... l - . Z ZnTM?.".... ,".., .. ..,ur ...";..:.'., i" iil.' Ki ''WSS? ffi? "'' "0 .iiu -- ' .. '"l'' . j11-.1- .n ',8"t ..- "-.- c". ...,'., - r"l I .v ,"wftw44 ,be,ba" r-- VLiiUMtm e..S.HELBY, t Ublllll DI1U! Laarastar, Keotu r.v . on or write tl. H. MASTERS or Cltas. jzWSXSF "WJj&a REYNOLDS A KVANS r .....JUNSTION CITY, Kv! J- - -- f T". IfpVWf "'W ftT "y VnfPmHliiHHi"fcfMft ""V" tjjtriT- - Wl'lyt ?' g! IfncC "The Best in the World" chorus of approval. "Well, I As the bride led her friends into her cool, spotless kitchen, they broke into a am proud of it," she said, "and proudest ol Oil CooUtovj, all of my stove. It's a New Perfection the world. They and I think they arc the best in perfecuon-a- nd roast, broil and bake equally well -r- eally to much cooler and cleaner than with any the kitchen stays almost in halt. other range. This stove cuts my kitchen work n; There is no wood or coal to carry for a New for use as soon no ashes to clean up. It is ready well as lit; out at a touch of the fingers economical as Per-fectio- a3 quick and convenient. hrnhri lbrwiSo. Ir nn tn t. mJ wn titxnel Inp. wludi u llttd wh wtUtoul lc- -. ,, dm. rfibn. lowtl 2- - M.d v'h I. 2 iM J Umn. will loaf, turquoae blva ciuicled thunojrt. H.JT!r ind eliS croUT 'V. Oi!Co&-stov- e tiftuUr lo U re g Standard Oil Company (Incorpon'.edJ Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When 1 . .;,.- ror iaiciic J..n.rin9 r- your physician has pre- riteil a medicine for oa to 151U. lim next Important Btep is to hnv-f- i that nrescription placed In tho i,, .wlc nf n tlinrooirhlv reliable and competent uo,mon!.:f en It will be compounded exactly as directed. We have gained on enviable reputation , M.mn careful and painstaking in compounding nnd feel that, in nil Justice to your our ...... ,i iwiiHi vnu should brine your next prescrip ii tion hat. Here. too. you will find a. complete ami articles, rubber goods, soaps, ns ihiby of toil.t parfumt; toilet preparations and all standard remedies. in-v- ira In hl bm for th ntuht Kwit amHbwr p'tmsmtt ? ' Mr. I. la a rull ni dry btiraoi n rmbnr. thf nnttmHti rMwr.ii rh priNllmr panntraph Whi' tl ' cwHifoft w attemi ir omu day mk 1.1 nnd wi hope lo w,r' trip. Next moriilnr O FCA .' R .( 12 CANJIDA.E C. HO jhowij cmct irf tho prettiest colta L'j r. C "A UTLINu. PR' (.RESSIVC KRIf C'r oer k It tir a lllly olt aired bv ADVOCATES. t'Soir lir.icft Joe. The )chiiir ni.,t. tliu 1O.11! In ch riHH.y 01 Kentne'.v hlc- wiih .is llfitl an a cricket and v:..iMitit M.i'ii..ir . trlcSts n a hon n.Hr do as man I'Ue ljnroiwU lit trttf iiilfioi ot his ....1 I) a IsIkIi Ktal of e.!.1-ncyKonnlng a track nnd thru ro a nmUMlar horw 'tlidac, Icr tli,. .leinaratlc ituinliwimi of 1mi rwMl to com.- - Itnnd W'Wl) lnf Uw taltH M' Mm7 mpem for Kincinnr at lTrllnKlun. Ilc-.- n - rMMt. Onlr a wrok W hut wa nn Mir. ac.lcou..l l.it week inade kuuw,,. I,, the an on., twice tliat bv wiiay'aml iw V revltUin u on Mime ol I ur- mot lni.f. Ills d took din XL nwai wo .ttl-He In i.ad It iki I (ant .nation. ! P.- - t'a. " " " ""' " Up snld I o ii!o1u the i:io,r..m . I iijunews intwi'.ii. in me . tills Rentlenian h.is in lHHf - nut I j:, iu.. 1..' It Twa coiniaiSkloiSB. Jftcr r in., st.ir.'. t.ii beat t.irui In tile llrodhend StaKlMerln. ....1 '.'.. i. ...'.... m...... ...r (h.. aubleet. lunort-- d 111 tl k iiiul an 1 11 at Mill Sprlnna, which was the TRUTHFUL ADYERTIimir THE PASIS OF SUCCESS. ja.y llrl action In which, ho saw service.r memorable buttlo On Live Issues ef tlie Day in Lcnlucky; I ion ni thn ever Slnco the Ingredient. Entering Ferna ShJIoli, Missionary HldRc, stone river Are Known, IU Power m a CaUnk. cnry anil Knoxvllo spent s mug, Remedy and Tonio b Understood. ninths In ttif prison u Anderaoii ac COtUMDU8, OHIO.-T- ho vli., (in. lie oll know Mi. orJohn Ins !j Icr ntnl In grieved lo tlvo mgrcdlcnlt entering tho most 1" ih John nnd Toko" worn .unit popuUr household remedy In Iho runlet, while nt Crab Orchard world havo been mdo known 10 Our next stop wns nt Quail. Her-wtho public. This means a new or who In 1. . U Cummins, nii't Mr In the advertising of popular fam leads. aNtilar merchant beside, being r mcdlclnet-Peru- na muster nt IIiIh place. Here wp K"t Peruna conlalns among other vcqtinlnti-with n lot of nlrc people things, golden seal, powerful In Its Called on Mr. J. A. llrown who In i ho mucous mem-bran- e. effect upon ' patient autferer from tubciciiloaiti. Ccdron seed, a raro . Jfad a ploasnnt visit to Mr. nnd Mm mcdlctno nnd unsurpassed tonic. 'W, M. Cummins. Mm. I', wan thp Cubrbs, valuable In nasal catarrh daughter ir Jop CrnlR who wn of and nllcctlons of Iho kidneys and fop Irish descent, and always ready with bladder. Slono root, valuable rw1 reply to nny person who the nerves, mucous membranes thought to hne run nt litH expense as well as In dropsy and IndU lie wan driving n mtall joke of oxen gcttlon. I..' iu f'nili nrrlinnl ullnll tun Htmlll! ih- - wnith rf Lincoln, nnd drhlng. nc.o.t j....i - H . well I i 'Von you l nnd over In It.icM tl. ami hero In 111 with the Inquiry. 1. h n t in e I w.ImmM haw ho at m nro goln?" "No lr . r t but If yen don't lnn nntll fii'r a po'ilti' hmir, ntnnry. coin .ill BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaBSHBBBBBBflftO BBBWBBBBBBBBBBBH w will it a or woa' nmiar yiHi loo ln,'v .v.inu man a unti nn a uy. The othor tranBrr nurtg Thhi l r 1. J farm flitd up .' BBBBBBBalBBBBBBBBBBBBKBBHBBkJlHBV . ittmimnlnn niwl aW. "ynu'n- Mom wryohi' BdalBBBBVBBBfl ' Th.ir Oim lint) Crnlg aakwl " atrnn with all C -f tel.ipfcfliMw here. Iter. U u Innawf m . mmo, ami lit. aww.'rtd ry hows. ICvcry I ovw hknI iwhl .h.w In Mprly IMit knlf . ront.nten twin am" !. wl wnlkvd on. I nM M. I at thr 'orl ot itim m b m ioaiily mull her W. l ucn enn-and accnrtwl bra mi Ihx Almlak4 IX br. tbi j.es Firwzrd Position h le-ir- lt dn-HW- d t.-l- -j lk - ll' ronl"wa "-- Pf) ir 'bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH vi' iriOkr In ruah to ktwp In aUlo. iiIMw awl ly Rottlnn mori out of Ufa tan bita bnrt. ibf people ar utb.-- r Rrrat r.' ..1 Mtn- - Our a t a miKtn eouiwoa !(. g.Hfi lounirjut.e n" thi. nuclt make frleilK with civ m IHe tolkr. ou earth, folks with whom xhoiiltl it ba wrHflsnB. the cli and ma'h .xponw. but to ni 11) i" Is. not Ibf joune hn, 10 rusn on u ind lwi n. iieer ie-ie- t I nt..' UhA.Mv. MSI, If - II e .ti i.. - rH. 1 ! ':oa , ? w orrr mnd .recommend ALABAST1NE, the beauUlul wall coaling, and see samples of tints and ask us auoui 11. Z PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Stanford, Kentucky to u icinvciiti'in t cudopl u pl..'t I ori.i and itlfo lo ccit.i'n hiat. n,UPw r , j. lie'iiv 1 r. i.i.ted il u h.i'imi.y mil In tho riicie un 'n tuxm'OV u 111 1. d I), moinicj ': u 1. e n eiitinii tit feiiiocraiK to b hold liter the p.!wv.- - ci'ivl'mi l. held to t.ilnpt : plornnn. Tie plai n S'.ite cojient.im. an 'of tidopMnu; platlorm ntcr th pfllimr. , flectlo'i '3 hod b.'i. feen treed .a ('orKi, Al t.ti rn. T line mv ar oth-sills-.1do h -- n Hintcc .nil t.:i ' mad FIRST NATIONAL BANK. STANFORD, KENTUCKY 1 PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account CAPITAL $50,000. ilrcn. Viipi-itte"lnB mil hi. K...W .itatK ,jnwn ,() ,u h(.m of tht(,r U(rft . . o ..t Ihl.i place. lenllnK nuLi : til C t . ,.i...i.. it .Hb iitAr'l Xk rrf ..r i isy UHi itiirtc "iui it a ," urn Bci'SMi; s'Hidb Koiiicuherc in the if Throueh a aea of Coldcn. HkoJ; a iu. '.:. 'in roquin-- 1 . h tl nionlr ntv nionr.iU r.tn! fitr bli.i- lie Ih linn. lllnc hii upto-il.-il2W VTiere o'll hee dear uratultBA, n,i.w.i.tn.l tww ji ir- - i.ij.Lrf-b..,..41 I'.'ri f ! l!' I. t t UIH It. Ikil lirrof ochI. Mr. S&fnly at tho KnthoVs rUlit. Is nl o,.U h t -?. till ''.ii U sure to come. HI. w;.c w.ll b ittchi- nt Irlcn.lH We all know thut utie hrnc lett us. cctiim j.. m reuieitjOercit by t'TWi ie "TBro should he 6ucbjlt3MUttni ae. her lijeuil nt iTeiich- - Left cky. tt, yeH, for evep more. n ' nii't ton toviiio Ixtter roJds and brl ; 11I1.1 wu will iciKflla m iliH Ida .Mil una t How we bear Borrow, jTr'ilSle T'lert of Mr. Iflrmin1" )iil 3anvr. od h en ilri Sir., icevenl tiMivc. 'UurisHna. 2mI lea mi. now nan our Irvamne, I W. nol .er 'ii" ut llee ltrov.ii. Katth the lonely raxbut aeru; UcV. ion.iu.Hil murcnanta, ib- neiiinx I Hot Ihe Runbemu-'ll- ' ulwaja llnKi.r. N loU tV oodh. Ilo Ih locntvd at tho, K i.'S TIELD MAtfi aHAK1G HAKES WITH SPUTflDin PEO'U! Where our dnrjlnc craadnM, locp. Htand, once cncupled by old lvrlln rlCt TT.AVEL3. liirlh han lOHUita took of brlRhtnmt Otch-3nW K. l"eiblnH now one oXJ-..B- i Heaven vecinii lo-- ur mora Until; ItiadiuK uicrrhantH. Sincere the upirit uf dear one, TO-DAIutkc The I.yonii Lumber Cia ran jootlicr cluy wawecnnlns: tiM. cb?. Martin Owon.wtio waj m c Took tta h.ppjt. homeward flight mill located here, and worl.8 n in Mlj Ttcotli- imtrlbutor lu thl. pipyr, Mriil siir in.l ,hn whlt.nnm.-jiiltNow Hh with thn angel boat. l.irtf.. fn, .... nf l.lnn JW1! tSlTkd. nf rll Tilth yeara ri;o. Ii has many 'trUlInK from In. rrery jituff. bs inacre by them, bo- - With slnleia heart nnd HUlnlri Iminl, - l.i UiIh hecaba. IT M L. CL.CZ ', merry tinkle oft cow boiln. ccmlilnWaiting timvet the frlcnda to crin Make your mium a moclern for your familj w a ich, tax nintlo a wclrcHinrlDdi. MR. FARMER: Here wo.mned Into noci;ciw.'e end aldeH loi of common lumber ThlH 'To hrlctit and happy 'nnd. I Vnylnn ull the luerchantnble 1 I'rm reamence, and place yourself in a pohiimhi get the Utet market juotati.ni., h vIuk met ..IP..J. II. Brcn :u th" IIKlni; Vir nntr,. crd itcIll Wrep.not that her tolls nre u.i, ttmeb In this sectlpn (uc which they Weep liy nieunaoi cwi tekiibono at any time, fhis can bo accnnipln-heerviee-- ' n,,m,on and lindinK ausi to be a ltr Ottnn 1. 5UU ""firtahaf pcy uocd prices noti (hat htr race la run; which you anil your neighbors can i;et for a um that U aium)) compared with. jnlco ijeatkmani wo .Vrt X. II. Stit oj- - wsy r,oclur rnif aonln-c- , (iodnmnd that we nray rem ciJmyH Unu ttrrosa Mr JaK .Mullins who Ih Call or nddresa our nearest otiiee or write direct 1.1 to his rerldeifjo. Oiic tvst . lue oeneuts received. d n t ton, wiwb 1 aui"u tu"-r.-."'' Kn,l nn.l l " "c" ,M,r H,"K "" ....li l,no,vn In I1K, icadquartera, Naehvillo, Tenn., for information regartlmjr wir Bjiecial refirne-l,- . rt.it hlli a?,tvenh"e wife later 1m lutt completed'. nice orw t,reai-herI'eacvlul ho thy client hlunibur. llle tnew' liitie" rate. If you are not at turnout enjayiui; leletilioui! service, vwy nnd ilamducift mode u rrc cori. '. rcHldncis. t'encufdl in thy crnie so low, Alter kome rnnvnaslnR oer In the 1. .1. J. tan immediately interest you. Our linen ccfrer tho Statet ol Keutxok.-- . IJ. if ion cainii nnd we irme T.'n p: Career upon Jlr. ord' ThM no more will Join our nunibr. county we call rfood counly of I'ulaskl TeutiBwee, Miasigoippi, Louisiana and tLo Southern portion of Indian, aaii ,'x,, I. A n Inown ard Fpcnt r pleiwnt nis;ht. Thuu no more our twrrwH kmiw BA8TTBNKESSER TEL. A TEL. I'O, lllinoU. SJ ",.n!., Itji- - hort in n ttlety nie linn. e ed uiion .Mr. tviJ Mrs. II. W. K.ynolds t u to ini'.-- t llioe, Yt nxalu we ( ineoKronjk-iKDi- . were i..arrld tvliei.M rlwt wl'u nil t mbihty Rood when ten bow lila t'vo Uus In heArlnKvfiir bof When (he day if life has tied, A uemon told we rooM s.iiid the ulRtit. I coon Qqucds had aqutt wj w "IIpb Koutiiei-And In Heaven with Joy to greet londy 'Kes lmv graml rltuillatlc worit,, bir'ct- - tine ountit County Organizer and pat wlnur. Ue wunty. who died IU ear. . o. Ill Kubsiantlal supiht was soonuppptlz- ov..rV liar, led IhemyelveB thee, In li new and un were partaklnK of an 5: ua hi 'o.d, ol ind w(. hK..r.. .... -- " I ....... -- - ..l.A.l Ina; n !n er of tte KDiTt. w O will WnnlAf) tlMil.ir titni rrebeiit wllo wns '" ,,u '"" '" IV 1. Tli Ve. ... Cf nCO UK meal and llntcnliiR to our hoit ....rl i.iju" -Ni no back llu' llL",r ! t.i'i. i. 4nuiirP l Mlv. .. !........other orderAA.Kite It wan over nl ttio ,,irup..r ... ... . W. . uliu la one of the mobt entertaining -i uvw oo.wuo ineinwcsnipii i.K leading .,n Fraternal lnaumuo r..rt U the tatlier or 2 u.i'uren. in Ati..j) (t.ii Al ...IU f, UI..II d j.b ntt'llii. UlJ had the pleas- - micuoicu site when torma uio uer. . .1 .. rnllnll iwnc-wo have oior . Willi - llintl lO IUU ULjuca .. ..-..In cur ciimati, tUe nevt d.iy. On the border laud we. lolt her; " " v li. tu Sre lll'iff. pn. 'eion of 'fllCLTdnieetlnK. Our opinions, concern Wrl... I.,r,n,lln(,.ltf r.... Iiixnnr raruiaiDiy nlc. tnls e0)ni,v ro t LiV tharco ol A near to meet nnd part no more. mom. 1oulars. kIvIor full Irfurntit'nn 01 h...i ,i.- - ..iw.u.r nt n..iin li? iir.d thn, number bolne i iiitroduco the order, soiled wcru ury Inn u inrtcty ot subjo.-ts- . H, a i.ol'.hbor, JMin Wu'den, ha ..'o nosn iromu.-.- y dueF. orp.iaho'orsc. I in letter. Addreiw in conn lord Vituien. Mho ot When wo leae this world bndly iodN imiolnV a U manaia . abav''"C0. HUPnWMK fOMVANUMH vouu'. utivslciaii ol tho tJoiiih rnu. .nfcrrlyl the second time nnd in tho i uclt alike. Our Irlcnd wuh cImiikcs, L,i--Ln .KNUltAl. UOX AnCW. COVIN!!. . n:ira nro. .. .. K.K if uniinvn I ... tirtwilli 'iliiiile.l In II. n fnnt. r.(im on h ....-A we m"i him every cay atfoiin (i.fufi ui a wo leave thl orld cr caie, PON, KY. neiifrold fallltiB upon It. then When o m.ui u 'v No previous eiiwrlence U nseilod, We b1"''" "'" ouf ",UHlnR UacA ' Unrr pailsiits wo K"iw lie muu 'ii'ny u "teaii. in inn icuoi .. . to operate. ar nRo ho was kicked on n as We will teach ou how ..sw..i iA Ifi' wnrrv ulout a .r..tk. nu.t. ii .i ! Inn K"-'practice, mku mi le'iimt .' .f... !. . 'Hi., u r. r.nan.lli ojnurtunity for n FOLEY'S KIDNEY REMEDY ACT-'- " ,' lower 'linb, by a liors", and hid tho Itl flllk LSlI h.tt' ""'"" rnlt. '"" ....hloih v.i'i (Inuxlma Is Kcne but not fore dton, liberal pay and chance recwnmeml Toley Kldne) r.ewsNly." tto 1. J. he ordered liood man. with His kocmI eplrlls broken. ...... momber 1 r r um. ro"'-of promotion. Wo could not puia. unheeded, the uren memory lade, ED QUICKLY. tbow him to bo a iunu mnn. notwltiv. Never will her n.IV. Demote spare tlmo at start, v.itti line M. N. 'leorirc. Ironinle. Ala., wua K1i.d linlUit'on of Mr. l'en Diown, Hie. are ihe ulntiiliti.. tiln liilnrli.a ln.v nml wltlv Sweetest thuughtD will over bild r; time later on. whole Hen. At .m. iitownr Vel! known nmn wanieo. fuicij bothered wllh kidney trouble for many snd mother Mm. Miry Urown. provoking Jokes Arouna u,e Piae where she Is ti speech, his mirth honest, good ability, ono who Is n hu years. "I was persuaded to Fob for dinner. A mWlity Mover inmllr. aim ir . A Lovlns Grnnddtiughter would miiko a chrnnlo dvspeptic yell KUUH 1IAUTKL8. br and will Bet out and push lue .Vfl Kidnv iiomedv. iu i.efoio tnk- - .Mrs. brown's huaband. the lute Jttt. bton apentJlnp the wlr.to.' with torn In murrlinent. Ho Is well acquainted vork forward. Mr. Urown Is fniyl'Iar.y raown as V. S. nn H.cr it ti.re riavii I eould .feel IU hena. T. llrown. wua u Kdllnnt ... ... ntv.liy Hupt. llnrlnnd 8lnleton, nnd In . ..A ........ . This a great cnance to become nam inn mv tianK. man in me war ueioeii uio nuuo'. 'I'c.lfe." tr- btic many l.ien1.. Mi'.nt with Fthialu Spidtr. lulluentlal leader, lo help yoiir fellow fieiM rrr..ri. The well iuiri)3 after him. Illire )l if. PihiIa i.lrlnpu rnu, Inreer nnd merer for your n.v kl.innv nellnn elnarml nn. n.l nm Mrs. llrown b u llntir C( Mm. W. 11 Crilb (l.lhlf.1, .unu and make a good Incomo put lets of confldcnco frroroun thiin the witlenttH IVo.de hero H a KAthmt lcrllyi t.n mil. I. I.nllnr I ln nnl linr.llin.. In lliviwn nf LaliriiMter. LillniT a daU'tlltur J.nOWII pcrtOnflgO. Ho celt at the ssme time. I cv. In their fel'QW Wii, In all pu.r wciiVu a,V(lr r i iuiH"-- r This society pays forfeits for s lod- .Sh ihU' r In I' the Ir.to ouw widc.'y inmenliM H- -" Pi lesa, accident and oeath. Tto r'-'-i -- Itlo CuixitiCutJoH or'KjmfucSsy nuUmr- ir.llli; mo i,eneri" .bwiri.i. m lax ayH'Aii TIiIh Impnr cir i' lell l Unit ii.atror will U".. otVc. of the hI.Uo 10 decide wrn.iei tho tlnvral Absumhlv Uml ho .ti.'l.or to revise t.ix cystein "I laor divorcement ol th.. ixinal Hisfllutb.nic Irom pollti s nnd uonp.u-Hwininiiase;utnt of the ro K.ilr ,.ind' l the fnrtno'V limiliin (juiir to e he'd in eic'- - eoiini. "I in" biifclni'M f .ia.it. n 1111 inspe.'ttoij ol b.'iMi; olectb-- erf r.'J iliirtiep We dluei V hfeiUs. Senatout b ' Bu'itril "1 au in J.'v r ml Uie people; .iivsiiUHIcn orour odue.itlor.alifysluimTftrra.ol jiiient r.d .rt Uhimld L' lettP schooln. btUjr olioot oporaUiin Rini.ua cm l 'hoi"-cil nontua l:iliorln n..n; f V.ttu moie or t.io'". nnd nmi" the eaidlnlptlnel.'le " ii sin I iiijlmnir tcli-cllldrui if rlnrnlK'ti. m, hKli i by fbi Piun LtHer ury lor iho 1. rml iliv ir. law "f 'neilcjiii of !U"J!t, 'kIioiiIiI lo ccmH ........ ......,.,. ..,., 1.. , '... ..!.. ur r! iiN.i or . 1111 Hi tie J f tU 'I. If. l' luiliiwi. " ...... . -- , .win ipi.n- - ...., olwte.1 Wevornor. dec art d for the election ol ihe I ill' ronvoulelicuw' Tnlk Inrm ..-....S'onutors W Jirecl oto ol Pie bll' pisw.1 r.y tne genera. Slates Jy oned by Mr. IJeorKe frovidlnK for Hie Mibnil.M.m lo to people, lie fitibl in plif u iiineimmei'i 11. J.c3.r 1'reai'henivUlr Kelerfnceti l'fTve been ic,.ejiU'iU, votou. of tho Mule 1 baki,,B ...ulU- H- Ilo..,r.. icihk,,, I. I .rJTJ! for .! r' ut acti. I! niiuiiDfliiii MRS. MARY. 3. ANDERSON 2 a"' ''"" , w TZ ""i II. fornicr Sutton, lary in iiifiht' ft. 1.11111,' id .Mi ... r. 4 prll Mh l'H I Anderwnr. vhi, died We have taxi a dnrllnR KrnndliiH. She hurt bid ur alt adieu; has Rone to Ihe III heaven, to n la lout lo I. M One inure tool la nolelv ai.rliined, In .tf. .... iiir,tvtch of evrnlnK hi i"l 1 lound (lurdolioH near the reiildi'nce 1. Mr and Jlr. Uir:sin lllckn lla prevloiikb. 1111 Imitation liii e re ).i retuni 11111I HJiTid a ulKl'U iie! hllllnr Our hol ae .1 d iill.Ml .ntiMutili itscoiirn- - alter "P j.er lie Ih a p.l niaKter on the n In. Iimv Itit. w.m the prlre u Kiersil He formerl) ulJ tiddler-- ' ciate'ia - at liriHlhend r. Illck will ed pli'tteiinlly reniemlieic-- b he- - jmi, vi l'r. lt:.niey INt i. UninHiv.uKudlnx .n.d ,i.miiuii a hmi lilt'i.a Jt ataniou. n Mr. j huHlKincl. k.'V.-- i ia..ir BU" v b'i have- r-- ol ten llli tft S r. Savior 111 our anitullti,. turn nnd tumt .n you. t.fr. we made the iie.it lit thou M'lid n Kinrd!nn aiicel. iliiianee t J. .M. lte)nolda, aewen- - I'rem the white throne-above- : uii.nr 01 ht llrtn o: J. Ue)nol.U k l hl(. Down to heal l com 5-lr "Aunt hi nnd Tiicle Me-- Kre.it la. ci .en with nil ii. 1W- One nnire limne le.t ad nnd tor.rly.. One innr,. body laid to test. Till1 rile filial trump In uoutidu.t, And th- - ;raeii Rle up net- - de4t wnluni;, ThiTA a golden crown I'or mli fulttlul nervatil il.sul. Tliure .vnx an anK' Imih. hi lleni eo. That wan not quite complete: Ai Cod totk our darting itnindt.ni.. To fill Ihe tacalil ient. . Imed'ltiir. W'a loxed grandma, e Hut the Sailor lover tier more: Si the Anjcelt. Kuectly culled' her. r. that brlKhl and hlilnlnn Mhom. Oh. that cruel death must Meter, ifc.nii niir nildit n friend ho truj. . rt the harbor of the blrt; jocitiainuiicm. - im biokeii-I.ean.H- Mi tc-- x 11. 1h.1t he is .1, .i :l K'-i- d- I ... ,., :- . r-v- . .- - 1 in' - -- r K- -rt - the Bast End '3 thn-ralf- nd SURPLUS $25,000. - Open an Account Withns I t I ., Y. ir'-ron- a tbt rnsnrtZ -,-,. imi, dtLO-minnt- l. I h tht tniirii "IW 11 n- ...-j- .n, "'"' Z"tr. t,j svu-cjt- n.i int-ires- 1 len w loo . c M.n.no 1 -- ... iiauw..u W I ..( w .......,. -- ..! I it " .nl "'" L" fn.. ma-.rle- .. ..... i..lll r. . !. ., Vi .. '. .... "" n fy t.-- '" iieu, ' wi ... 1 1 ": I f,iifJfMHa WWfSRaS mStJSm3iim wtmmSimSJSSf1'1 y I I ,...L-- , ' "'P ..IIIM illllWlBHHid I R A Mm Kii Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 CURES H yfrnmltHtiJiLi DIGNITY DARE Nominated HOrtt In 1982 S.iddlo ' Ashland Brook (No. 417RG.) Vol. 17 A. T. It U.biod by nicer,. I;ucki- -, Georgetown Ky. A'lil'iid llrook was routed l&iM, ttoild lay wall , ll h rd ioo whito, 16 :t 4 bend i'l nuiUKItV- - i --rod liy il, 1 'Ifeuti, t iIM, r.fiijrtl . I . 3 )' 2 il ,y L the Chronicle' And HI 3. r.jlur.ly Ctake 1011. iJ12 Cholera, Gapes, Limberncck. Roup. Canker,, in AH noon Uiarrhoea and all Diseases or Poultry mo imr, Nit pat DrriM, tUrJrimrn, Kr., ri' "I lux for ! ' rf JtnJr ikuIo, Will Ovflw. lUrJttown, Ky "Out drrp of Hdp 4.1144 timcr-- d downlMMM a ,tt4tig ' mica, kill ih Ham nJ ittitm lh thick iMMnilr. Ilitthc Lnl rvrnin I ln t Mfg. -- d Gumntttd by J. Root. Crumt, Birdihwa. Ky. Price 50c at il I Druggists. ,ijk ltV i':,..I. I l "t -I . lill hllt.uV. pieil li t. i.rou 'ip DM He h.-- Mill Wifci I ,t t,S l ;.. . e i t.W nd P'JU tin ' ilbrl ; I it mil lb ' I ir: .'r cf Marjnrej tst.i',at., 13 l 4 PCNNY'8 DRUG STORfc. nv sold ixNFORD,. a Wirwi KENTUCKY. tie ever a td II FituuTit; HtHIt IlilRh' . J 'I !.' it l m .1 tss Mi h ' u.1 a 11.0.0 'J ' a., by two DrlrMiihht. - Od 14 ai.tl j He win revet t'eM4et Ac i i li.iiicnlKht alrol l Mi ht.d M" ol III o'li i hi I!., rokoiil 2 17. Artt.l.lld i.ioo tl.s ol h llnqe f 2. A. S H. II. Trial Trotting. Dark liny StalnVs '. in" tfii Riiinit, anil whuu dam tluna W'rii by AhIi f.nd iM'r . I'JbJ, lie by Sired by Dignity Dare ticsi .i i ami 22H lioctuil 2.17 I lion, 1C hands, foalnl August 1U0I, dvloiel in ihe "ini(', 'tv snildlera aho'v John H Uentiy, -, S ,o Daio 10, ho by Itlnck Squirrel h'Kh i t 'leil '. bred nt Vlllngo Farm, East Aurora N theHter tl i v 2 "i 1)7 Ashnrd Wiiks Ut dam hi isc Me "f i ' 'ret at nV. First dnm Nnughty tllrl by Ilex 6S, ho by KImk William t hoi lV4f Ik i" 'old ."Hr4 to 2 o! inentu" in 4li.iS, also registered lu moo, Amerlctis record Toxawny II trtor ol ''.II. Me ba.i Wllks, second tlfitn. Hide l.l'P b I rt 0 A. Hi Hlio jy Abdftllnh Mum. rn I'll 14. slro of Ilsttlptoti, 1413, 3d dam by 'In .Vcnrco re briiio T pr berti defestrd In a nrodnen rlnc tinder, 3715, bo by Atmeui ...l; 2nd dam i cord 2 07 l, Amnrlrnn Hollo llh 4 to IS of bis rf36. Davis, by liourbon rlii vhen rbotvn by 2 12 nnd 18 nthon In 230 l.ndy IjjiIi dam Crlt Ashland llrook l a liHinlrPuir it! Mnttio S. by Clilef; Jrd .1st; u noil ot Onward a rcrord l.lslit, 'iv Koroltsner, by Imported (1 en Phl" ol uth,nill!'M h be lia low with loti of ttubitnnto; h . 2:26 M, sire of Onxvnrd Silver 2 Oft .k of K&n4 'i 'i v id if ill lied' ! i i'v, Nettirtnti, W'ltiom, bold by Cunning-liam'. co; 4th dnm llettlo -4 nml 170 others in ttio 2 30 list 'de !'rop ot. the Jim n lersen mnre. Dry sptotl. t i r.fd c I'i't "i t'npperbottom; Mli dam by Onward was sired by Ccorge Wll'-v- r old Dnv. th'1 I'r'ie i ! rlfjc Mst". Tuxle, colli are nnli otunlna fair vm iluzard. spr ns; and tte, bio h:I one to ill Cl!. Daro "tho i.nturni hIiow Hare, I nniliin Dr" l)le All, White this Almout or ovpict, t iiy I ear.iiK g oil oir w t Second dam Duenna, glrod bv .Mnm KRUP. Petit. lTlt.-- f ImMTll nrd n ho t wllhout the ';!! brlno King 1275, slro ot 76 Including horse or welchtur KNIFE AND result others lb t linvn Ikch so'd from $!.''') pleuty ' iimio.'i' rto sboitk. Tho PER laidy of tho Manor 2 04 Ionic at IH lecord is n and nc-'- t p. It If to :? rrm.tn' ered I,ord Dor-b- id ti lite long Hinting with the to '' fioo NO. 022 VOL. 1 .. lb-h fcf'H Hr ol: lre1 the that what 206 3 4, Mclr nt 2:05 nth -- Ires iitid iliinix obtainhlile Mini ns lite of rrt(','r. and SIRED BY WASHINGTON NO. 64, FlhST DAM CELL DY RHOOC-RICcl.ii r in ' that vw' ix'eei ileloitel lu In 210 era riwif o( bis rich breeding Ks eoltn NO 101, SECOND DAM CY DENMARK. a liaraei' tr t"r tloee ' lir Cbo ter ae rlt: OtC'.'TY rRK 3rd dnm Dotlrt. by Nutwood CO", the art, wli nlng wherever nhown nnd be ' bv Welh-i-i-tl '" t't i' :ril Hn wii THIS CHAMPION 5 GAITED SADDLE STALLION OF KENTUCKY, ' In Hi,, llt. hlio of Iiik ofleretl as li'ch na ?2fi0 nt 10 days i.ir,, RM7 "' - ewoe'atek" AlllCtl EVERYBODY IN THIS AND ADJOINING COUNTIES KNOWS HIM ATH JInv In I'. lie '.. Hydk's 4th dnm Tonci by Strnlhniore. 40S, )ld to JiO(i nt 2 t"r old ll" l.aimsi! TH 'n'a nt l'rmnkfrrt --I 'it e(ill., IK) in the lint I'heso lolta ore not f GRADE. I'mblsiimlaH I hiM. 10 A. of 1311 It. COTH AS A GREAT SHOW HORSE AS WELL AS A BREEDER, WILL ! :s to M Hi i''ptlt r. ' p a it "ll'HT Stli dam. Millard, by Albion, Gtti dnm MARES, vnd me a OOOo MKr. "T0 tf'W t.bl" In II. " vlt: at fie 'ow pri'o ! -' th piwuV- - thi' -- lit t ,, (. MAKE THE SEASON OF 1911 AT MY STABLE IN CRAU ORCHARD, KY. NVd by Edwin Forest. 7th dam Ijjdy and Ret n DREAD WINNER. s ii Il hrt ixmitv lr t! hmv i n' 'hi' To A LIMITED NUMBER OF MARES AT $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING il Turner lx Mnmbrlno Chief II lull brother t Nitfletim tlm soil 'e-i-r to Inpir- - a Llvlnn Colt. COLT. WILL KEEP MARES ON GRASS AT $2.50 PLR AONTH BUT The Warflrld vm bred to only IS a for JCOO and to I'oxv :sr,. ' cnrohl marc I As! 'eml llreok "! t'ie ''p-- WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENT OR ESCAPE OF STOCK nti drr when tolt omoa of thnt hn won tuoro prominmr triin nn-innres He has 12 fonu nil ii a: ;!" to iua.io L nj; ti: or lomnved. or bred to any plenty or ttvle, lre nml substance nro ever sired bv Dimilty ihiro ami liT'ed SEASON IS DUE WHEN MARE IS SOLD TRADED OR BRED TO A l!'n rrtalnrd o'l nil it'll ot speed nnd of others too numerous to men r.it r to.'k The Wnrtleld OTHER STOCK. ol." "iitll txil.1 for. Urn-- s furnlitio! Ik a loprwonl.Ulw Mnlllon in .1 it the tlon. -prtp from a To sn) tl it be has lie la a beautllul bay l' bnnlt hi:; i 1'inmibl'nn uat b 'or ni.tfes for torni bnpllt King Endc .nee- iw 1 suhstancp and sliced onlv In iurt velclit cloe to 12W) pounds. removed hours frcm backed ono you otur caw and S emphasize tb qtmlltlt-- rntnliliied In 10 In the nomine and to In tills son or Dare Devil. Ho ha thorn owJiir to location will mnKo the sen i''.i'. No. isr.n. evtnintf. Mtph will recelxe my mlloi from i rml the" are such symmetrical chnrnc son nt my stable 2 r will not bo Vol R, '? IT. If ICT- - . - -tor w to make blm n htnlllrn nmiK lliitlorlllo on Liberty pike nt M5 to piMin lblr 'or act'Oent or escape. II! fcxnd high, (Jnr!f ba- - wit r! dn W Will nli-llviiif? colt tri Insure tunny. HI hi'id nml nock, bod, III nt the mine time nnd plnc !t . aod t.H 5nei '' .' tp porfert nud liBti tot-- (no blft )oiinn lorso at JI0 to inrure 1( t.d r.lo and Wf 3i) KT'i bre dlrp Mule Jack lug Mrires traded or bred risen hrro ren ee-in Hinnortion with bis lntill'M cult Xili'i plenty of t'l : fd a W'aUmaun, .No. J4J. This splendid PCYTOV. ( dors "wisnn due (Irni-- i IiirnlshC'd at so well known in the West End of lion mid grunt beauty ro lupcclnl'y This crack onng stallion will make ticimcn Coach horse xvns foaled Mnv rl" t2 per month. I'ersonnl tiCMibi tl.; Iu'r You Ireoln county, ut $10 for msres nn-- ' PSDIGREC Sl'od 1 U .1 nlorp brecdlne You will wiy you en to nil etock, but not leuon lb' ?20 lor (inet, due when co't Is 2'i.".5. be bv (m Time, 716, be b SK'la- -. Ui0 feanon of 11)11 ut my place on the L'lst, ll'OJ, by II. HanenVamp, In (Jcr- one Uldge near lbc Kush Branch plko Correspondent e a.d lor nccldents. n better one looUd at foaled or irrire traded, , remo e I of wall .T.tekso'i, 72, ig la -j a Ii!.po;,cd by J. Ciouch biooderB uany Ho is one ot the finest ot!'-c- r la tint only ntnlllou Inspection Invited The W.ullold parted with, or m.i'e bred to piv i."iSt, bv the dam Molllo S. T. POWELL. In tho rrenl brood 7 dnm Sons, of La'.aettc, Indiana. He thnt ban stock. Peyton by Hutf I)uddenrs loted iirp Cnbbo'1'8 i oxlnrton V S. in the county. He Is sirea by Chester Hustonvllle, Ky Up hiu two !nmbrlno Jack, he bv Hubble-- s nrtfmolla and Kiu L'ai;le'i llrst tla-m.iro Ut. Hip, ' STt. jbo Chief, ho by Chester Adair; 1st dam xvas siied by laK::io, No. 1400. Ho 13 two Mnmbrlno rachen, Klnu croMOK, out of Jim Porter Jennet by Kaglo Hinl 1011, ho b, Old Klui; by Marlon Squirrel; 2nd clum by G.lt a xcry fine typo of tho German eoach Peyton Is fine with xery tarce hone Mnmbrlno I'lilrf, inn t'hliuo mm by I led LIn-- i 750, recond nnd foot, rood neck and ear, pood Trd dnm bv Harris' rennnrU. be bj ICdgc; 3rd dam by On Time; bothi by horses, and bold tor $3)00 three years Onwnrd, mm IImKi' W'ilKt. mm do. 11,--. will mako tiie caum nt my one N!.'cM, one St,"itluiiurn. Miarter. well mounted, 15 hands 1 Inli Ml'lcr' IViwrk. '5 Ci dr bv Gray Eagle. high and admired by all wro sen Mm. ' more trottliifi rnwoi tlinn nny t.u d Llghtroot is a sorrel horse, 1G hands place nt Hustouxille, at $10 to insure stallion and Is said to be tho best mule Joel: In Jim I' beautiful combined The linn nllvp. NOTE t'l' Ka?le i a com high, has fine style. H0 is the best a. living colL The VrfliM l by Dnro Devil, 2IS8S Itlnck Joe, will make the sonon of Lincoln 'ounty. ilal'tnu . :i brco'er ol line ol r anl bred saddlo uorse in Lincoln county At tho isaire place 1 will also stand t 12 mile ncth rword !.iH. He by Mnmbrlno Klnc Hill nt our bam Ky.. known at. the All nro Invited to come and see him. hlr,h ivini ,'hev all hav'n-fiz- e. Phone in roddence Itpi1 the nnd also the best Individual. He has my flue trotting bullion Hummer, Jr. I27t lm by Mnmbrlno I'atchen. 6S lie west of Stnnford, tx 'e -- r.d re l"'j. "c D. S. CARPENTER, Ills ol e at l .e txto colts a ready and they are tho at $10 to insure a living colt. 0 by ilsmbriao Chief 11, Dim Merce-dt- J. II. McAllstor place at 112 lo lu t'i'lt ton "-Hustoniillc, Ky. m 1n0 eta''', get haxe nil been very fine road, by Chime 631S, by Klectlonnor innure n IUIhk colt and will aUo rnlr -- d tiiord rinest you ever Eaxv. show-Int- ; season to of tl"o 124. heie fo-Lancaster rl'e ttio and finest the parties to be will suicu him at $1U to insure He colt. Colts Tils best P3.x rr t'ie Dare Devil In n Rrent winner I will stand my several finc acks at . it nt Nntlonnl jiidKcd bv disinterested parties In I'tvi,. " i oi n in the lixing celt won tbr ebamplnnalilp $12 for mares, no Jennets. Money dno Hi itu 21 iUe ilorso how In 1S9S. elms 4; first Stnnford, Ky on all these sires when mares are rntr'e nd ('erea'etl the celt thatB wen Nntlontl Home Show 18'JS. clnss 2; llhck Joe is n beautiful black, fine THe 1.. lu tl, . elm and r vl and nil the stylo ou are told or traded. Ilrat Natlfliuil llore Show bring tbe nuhest Hornc lookllnc for, one of tho finest saddle Nntlonal f ill" ie n Ceir-inclwrnpionshlp 10; I" "J I!i""e """"I Nntlonnl horses to bo found In Central Ken J. K. BAUGHMAN, alo the rfliov l''0n, cln" 2: lint tenp'n ot t'ie low prii o of S16 I re Hustonvllle, Ky. turky He Is 15 hands .1 Inches high Horse Show l'JOO, clnim 3; llrsl I I lnmrn a living colt. Horne Show 10no clns 10; first five years old and n beauty. Sec til in 2' c,nl,s 3: ro" beforo bookin: your mares. iloston Hort cerve ikiMon Hopo rsnow iaui, cmw I lllaek Joo Is by th nofd Preston WAR TRACE Homo Show 1103. i: rcnd Iloston llontim Iiomo hnow '.'22. one of Kentucky's Krentest sad by vn.titnK stallion"' econd dle las i v' p wll n'so stand tho R'cit t'JM ilnm 2: reserve Iloston Horso ton 54. Illack Joe's dnm Lurlbi by Wir Trace at ?10 for mares and 1!03, clmf l; thfrd llmtoii MesbciiRer Denmatk, 2nd dam Lettio Show f'-- i Jennet to insuro a living olt. llurso Show iy03. class 7. Ho sired Robinson. bv Itoblncon Vermont, by ,ur Tiace Is black with white polnta 1 2, (sire of l'rln-cehHeau Id-- l Hnmbletonlan. The 1 hr.nds hlg'i. He wat sired bv Derll's DaiiRi.ter If vou want to breed to one of the Helen CrK.t Eattcrr II he by.lnp. Tixl'aver Trlf-Ic- r 3 4, Sarah Hamlin best horses In Lincoln county nt n fiat roll for :!,?uf' His da-- wa-Dare Devil. Jr., 2:28 reasonable price see J. D Hads and 2.12 Imp. (ireat Ei8trn. War Trnce' ZArrr Crnrt OiJ..Vt;yt &S0) Will make tho prcent senson at our Son. All care will be taken to pre tar 1c dnm bv Ueiiford ' Ezell Ky., at ent nccldents but not responsible Voltalie is a rc;lftercd I'erch tin farm onM mile from McKinney, ptitlllnn nnd n per ect Imllxldual Tiie Starlight. thould nny occur. If mnrcs are trad 116 to Inwirr n living colt. Not This Jtek fprxed "i'v " ff'v , ed or paited with season Is due. lien oeopl, ol Lincoln county huo neve, t.inrei In his Urco yeir-t'i- l fern, s 5. M. OWENS & SON, had tho opportunity to breed to c.ji tils flr.t coits on colt for seapon. Is ilso retained spr'r-and rime like hi in bofoie. D. EAD3 & SON, J. McKlnney, Ky. so'd from $10 fo- htirct r.i les to He will till a Ions felt want. Il- - l thev 60 for mare nuro colts 'o-- ' Stanford, Ky. $117 tho kind to crcas wiia our Kontucl.v see In offerinr; to tiie public thU ;reit DrtlGHAM YOUNG. imiio mart yourt; niarra to got n high xvo hive ono thnt U the kind tint exerjbody wants. Mid 'ond to none Thlx Jack shorld mnko tho kind that brlngx tiie big money. DOWNTHETHROAT OF A "GAPEY" CHICKEN DES- n greit linnet Jick for he ha the of 1911 at my Wilt make ike Tho Hreedor3 .! nous of thib ' n . had nml em- - and as much foot place near McKlnney, Ky.. nt tho quotes dtjslrnblo draft era at ?J2."."3 to finesthone as any mcK living TROYS THE WORMS AND SAVES THE CHICKS'LIFE. you can't borti them. Vo- and of $S.oO to Insure a llvlne; colt I will stand my tlno Shetland Hal-lio- 8310.00, This Jack li 15 hands 2 Inches high Dck for the season of 1911 at ltaire will mako tho season or I'tll A FEW DROPS I N THE DRINKING WATER CURES EQUITY - .. ono mile uoiu to.u on tho Dainill nlack 'vlth. white points, lino style tho farm of S. J. Embry on pike, at J10 to Insure a living pike at the tioodknlght farm at H Croat bone nu foot nnd hn proved AND PREVENTS 'CHOLERA, DIARRHOEA AND OTH Wp xtIU also offer for public serto insure n lhlng colL hluibtU n creat breeder. Ills colts colt. prices. It I R INFECTIOUS Jnck. He DISEASES. Dock Is ono of the tlaest bred vice this trreat , has alwoys brought the top J. NEVIN CARTER, brought to Kentucky. He Dlack xlth whito points. His head will pay you to see this Jack before Stnntord, Ky qm second ONE BOTTLE MAKES 12 GALLONS OF MEDICINE. USE THIS REME-- . Eye; 1st dam nnd ont, font and bone lu sired by Imp. nine breeding your mares. by Imp. Dobbin Hi 2d dora Imp. to none, with style and ncti'n like DY AND SAVE YOUR CHICKS. SON, 3. M. OWENS by Imp. Bobbin IIL He I sired by Yilberten. a McKlnney.Ky Jr., first dam hy Dr. Wood, second He lx a beautiful bbick and white, Dock Grey dam by Imported Jack. Yelbeton, Jr., splendidly marked nnd an nrstocrat Last year 1 raised hundreds of cnlck Jly wife used Hourbon Poultry CUre tho slle of Equity, is now nt the hend ens free from gapes by giving them all oxer. Just 49 Inches liga and the of Mr T 11. Adams' herd ot Jennets, ilourbou Poultry Cure. On several on her sick chickens and it proved aweetext little horse you ever taw. oxvn-cShetland pony, 3S Inches tall; thoroughly orfectlve and worked a at Lexington, Ky. I have cured chickens with cure lu every Instance. p occasions by HtiKti Hold Fostor 'will make In offering trxli jars for public S. J. EMBRY, JR, we feel sure we are offering a it that were so sick they could not COL. E.J H. GAITHERr Har"rousburB. .cason of 1911 at $10 to insure a Stanford, Ky. Cured by The Marvel of The Century, Ky. stand up. Ho Is by na Imported jreat breeder for competent Jndcee llvlitK colL II. B. B. Tested for SO Years. FRANK P. CLAY, Parle, Ky. Hourbon Poultry Curc Is the- - best say that he was the nest breeder In Hawking, splttlni;, foul, breath, pony that cost $1,000 la the Shetland 1 have been raising chickens for remedy lor gapes 1 over used. 1 never Hontromery count v, ills colts alwavg of yellow matter perraanont-Inearly fifty years and Ilourbou, Poul- expect to bo without it as long as I islands nnd Is regarded by horsemen bringing the highest prices. cured wlUi puro llotanlcal Ingredia This great jick will make tho pre- try Cure Is tii most satisfactory rm can get iL tho best pony tn Kentucky do ents. To provo it vui v.111 send you a at $10 for mnrei nnd $20 dy lor gapes and cholera tthat I have MRS. A. J. MILTON, Craig's Crek, tdpaTMPNT FREE Icatlng all comers iu tho bhoxv ring sent All for Jerneti iMTiiiiiu i NOT ONLY DANUEH- - i uiii tnn,l my fine Ijck. Sam Keeno of 1903. Lien retained on all colts of tho ahovoto Insure a living colt. xviii exer used. W. RALSTON, Hopklnsvllle, Va. RtocK MRS. W. mentioned I huve not lost a chicken by sickOU8 but It causes ulcerations, dentil Jf)r jne HCaBon of 1911 nt the Will 'until season Is paid. Mares parted season of 1911 nt Ky. ness since I bet-a- ll hhIiii-- rinnrlmii l;..il .mil tbn present ond deoiiy or boms. Rills ambition siinnlcH' farm two miles from town on (xxlm or bred olsowhero forfeits In our stnb'o xvest oi htnn IrV l..fn .11.1 mllo . uot-- I. Inn. cur Every sear I bad been losing from ...w. T ..an.1 il mai ........ UJ1U U1U otum cstuses Vosh of appetite, And ti,( Somprsct pike City pike. Mares ford on the not havo a sick fowl on tho ntnro. ie , n binck Jack with white uolnt.i surauco and money becomes due. W 111 trailed, partedShelby or bred elsowhero 75 to n. I hundred chickens with general debility, Idiocy nud roaches to with 1 got a ottlo of liourbon Poultry Cure MISS MARY J. COOMES, Hardlns hands hlr.h ami make tho seiuon ut my farm. insanity. It needs uttentlon at onco. .n.vp ycir old, 14 without our consent torreits ttio in- ami now I haxo 200 chickens nnd not burg, Ky. n.m nn """" uy laisiiiK Cure It JOHN B. FOSTER, Stanford, Ky. surance and money becomes due nt u "gapey" one among them. T.R InSUm R nt In Last year my chickens were s!cl: Will rerve man a quick rudical norma n , time of such transaction. For fur- MRS. JENNIE B. STEVENS, Lynch- - untl 1 gavo them Hourbon Poultry Cure l"' B B " It la .... I, ria -- hn HVStelll iivImi? pnlt. Monev duo when foaled or -uent euro ucuu.u ther information call on or address, burg. Va. nnd did not loso a. chlrKnn ii fir.- - I'll-- . germa that cnuso uinro is parted with. of tho polf1 Rex Arbnckle 1467 have tried a great mnny poultry ing them this medicine. J. M. LAIR, Balm (0. B. uamo time nt the S. T. HARRIS & ROBT. WOODS. Stanford, Ky. remedies, but for gapes Hourbon Poul MRS. W. R. MOORMAN. Glendeane blood, does oway v,im R. F. D. No. 1, B ) pnrlfufl Iho 3. l'lione 25-- S tiy Curo is tho best or nil. .My last Ky. every siiuptoin ot cnturrb. B. B. B. Stanford, Ky. Combined stallion. Will make thr hatch was 3t little chlcka and out ot Kind enclosed check for which scud season of 1911 at J. N. Denny tarn., thnt number I raised 35. ran 'fivo enllnns nt llnurhim t'nniivi 4 BESSIE V. SHEARER. Columbia, Ky. Cure. My chickens had gape. ro bad milts irom l.incaator. on Rich FINE PROPERTY S" -ninnd plko at $20.00 to Inbure a livliourbon Poultry Cure Is working last year that I could not raise any FOR SALE AT McKINNEY ing colL . Mytrienas Ijintll I got this medicine. ilku magic In thld'county.. McDon. .. Hex Arbuckle, HG7 by Ilex who tire using It say they never saw run a ju d niui-e- n n. iworicera, va. gray ald 'J.t ho by Ilex Denmark S40. M Debiting to go into other business. an.x thing like it. I never have a sick '"" PERCHERON STALLION. Iron "' .,, subject to register, 7 years old, weighs dam Mlsa Richmond 551, by Kins Rich Last year w lost ono entire brood oi tatnrr cuio wa will soil tho following property fowl sluce using It. by tre'etlons for homo l.fi'iO pounds will make the season of nrd, by l'cavluo Cti. 2d dam J.mnlo located oppojlt,, tho depot at MeKlu MRS. J. D. COX Lawrenceburcj. Ky. with white diarrhoea this yoar wo ?.!???! Jackson, 72 301. by Stone-wal1 nm an old poultry raiser and Hour- - hnvc used Hourbon Poultry Cure 'In "2. r':'AMP E SENT KilbB by writ- - i lull nt my home on tho old Isaac Dnn. euro, by Washington Denmnrk 04. 3d dam ney. Ky, Ion Poultry Curo Is the only remedy their drinking water nnd have not lost v,o., Atlanta Ql uca- 'Shelby place two miles south oi bnci-youBlood Balm 1 haxe over tound that will cure gapes Bdicai riornco by Hand Mnuplns Drennon One IS room hotel, lB trouble and M jos bold, trailed or bred to nny 'b nty on uuBtanvllla pike at $12.01 crihe It lias cured every chicken I have giv- any. One llvory barn. bold by enmn .auIrM given, ,nauro ft vng cuU other horso without cenbent, the W. E. JOHNSON & SON, Lexington, sldo en It to. 00x30, with One ! ' n'hii hnmn win lint recently shin money will be claimed for scrvlco MRS. J. A. LYNN, Purcellvllle, va. iy. Mures kept nt rooms, with stock, or merchandise by our horse. l, ej u fr,inl Oklahoma, xvhere his colti Blissful Iflnorance. you pro Partifj desiring to go Into tho hotel very best In their class. 10 cents per day on grass but not when "Vro you nervous asked tho -- eiiU sve him tho STANFORD, KV. for accidents or escapes. A and livery aud goods business wll! NEW STANFORD DRUG CO., beforo booking your mares. . to vour wlfeV DANVILLE, KY. tnkcn ,0 l'',vt,nt accident or c- - I lien retained on coltB for the season find this n fine location, Will mako T. P. CURRY 4. SON, innTl nnon. any money. , CO a good price to right parties. Call J. R. MOUNT, SBN LANCASTER, KY. "N'wDlledMr.Meekton, "but If 1 enpe put not responsible should ' on or wrlto O. II. MASTEKS or Chas. REYNOLDS s SVANS DENNY BROS., JUNCTION CITY, KY. " m!4havetoriMHeBiw-TKentil m-WPbuelbv C. Ji2 ' i.Ldi " - &Jtj. )pin old bee u ente It I'ldi- THE WARFIELD Almont Dare 3228 al m naincM flrt ,rrij : -i iri lii '' " I lrfoel, Wtilu l tnin 2:30 nt Bllciit fares'. ami HIU I.f ' arjof, .1 :ruefr (I) S".if S.J, I. 2 17 Jenrtu Is k L tt'.ot Stnc i r'i ftunnlng Sty tl . ) 3. BroU, r Djrknlg,it. r.j. hii !'. ''i - - 2-- I """ lr. atfx" ld , s-- 3vr-recor-d Hl, -- iw 3-- t. ht z, PRESTON. gr" t- - 1 1 ''" rar rjd hr jfp'"' rda -- -: w I t- 1 tij -- plitr llt i sli, l' . be-in- J. C. BAILEY, Crab Orchard, Ky. 1 C, 2 rtt-rtit- ft c LoUtlotl Watzmsnn, 343 1 l a'.t'-ntio- p 1 iipt i n-v- -1 i Mo-.mt- w- rt A.- to lllee-tlotioo- Black Joe d-- 'thn-'V'jSi- hr fu c-- U. r, dlt e '" hor-t-e- s. dnf-atin- ?' I -- tm, lov Nat-mn- ' cJuouis jones, Stanford, JCy. ",-o- n vo-m- e ;( GAPES ONE DROP OF 6 s 9 VOLTAlHli.55140 2 u s li't " 'tmw Bourbon Poultry Cure s scon Dock fi e i n Shei-land- s ecr Na-no- n . Catarrh , d ser-vie- v o.iime Sam Keene 2 2 .., u o"" """ d - 72-Itl- tig rrsS'5iM,A "- ALTO, 2 uuiiitn, i ...... r -t- ore-hou'o rou-derc- d 1 ..J.l.'VSl'fc-!."1- " ""'' it ' .. f " 'V.v, "wr- - " a-- FROM The Inferior Journal. Etabllhed 187k A COMPOUND CALLOUSES Telli Splendid Cure for Them and All Foot Troubles. stage, whea Friday, Apr THi 3 HELBY SENTINEL. II 8, 1911 Addams, Addams, So Say We All, Gentlemen Hats! ! Hats! - 6HELTON 1 M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher IN ADVANCE A YEAR STRICTLY Kntorcd at tho postofllco ford ns second clan mall. at Starv DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Fer Circuit Judge. HON'. CIIAH..r.rf A. 11AIIUIN, of Mercer County To ttil Shlnnlck: hot nnd yim loe A GOOD MAN WeM take tlmt 0 -- I I VSef Is convalescent.' . . who nas Is putting down nom n, . wn. .. ww...,. n a -- idewalk Ii front ct the ridenco ot heart trouble Is mucn ueuer. A MAN. -p u FOR SALE OR RENTI ""-- n, Is out again. UC lia iidu'n Mr.; . " without-- j nt A man that's, cri i. r.vuii3. Inside and severo illness 'Idef lin 'nrither .. looks up Io. tt;o ... Born, 'o tho wife John Evans,......sin ! o.,.i vrM. i: s i.vons. 01 i.yuii . .. . ,. . " i no " JU. Kuiiuuumii ar ,.- - V 'W . j rd'Ltl i iiiir ..I i.... iiiivii .in inn muir. iL'iin n.in inno ciri. nrrived-voiiuirtho homo of wiiuiistntlon. were.fiUOBts ot .Mr. and .Mrs , i'C aero farm in gwxl pike and near Dr. recently nt foiA without bragging; considerate to rst)N$ t 1 2 story collage g,V)d tow a B. 1iwa women children and old people; who W. K. Carter has been named Charles J. 1GEi?5.!5&;- two k""-- ! rwims Mrs. J. .1. I'alnter wenl to i.cuanuii , . KT Hicks. Is too brave to lie, too generous to and nil other iiernwuirv out , tmrn son ol Junction to Join hor husband who Hj Milton Hash, aged 2, nnd a :.. cheat, and too sensible to loaf; who I'laco well waitel iii( building. Hash, and Miss Jane Har- - r. dUpatclior thero. takes his share ol the world's goods the lato Will .1 fenced, la splondld comnunlty and a. K. Albright is conducting popular and handsome llson, the nnd lets other people hao theirs wll ell cheap Si-- I I? Hushes Alex Hnrrlson, aged 18, tinging class cvery tYlday nigbt ntj this Is tho Ideal conception o fa truo daughter of or W - McOarty. Suinford. Ky woro united In tho bonds of main the Baptist church. gentleman. Bagology. mony last week by llov. A. J. Pike,, Mr. Col.lcr ot.Crab Orchard fcU- ion his way to l'lnohlll. ,LilHVv SsrsS' ff . ncB!ssE(nnciprwnnnn?;Rinf2Ni in ! his usual impressive and happy j.edV.here Owenfc a closed a muhi -A. . rr eu It;. ,. EELUM. CALVIN .. ...... ... ... .. -r ...... it. is. vannooK nas ueen ipine in "i'scnooi at rreuumu uu WE HAVE THEM ALL CN THt RUN' stomach trouble but is better. Tholes. He Is wanted at lncnste: to In memory tf CciMn Lee E'lum . r VWeS-U- K wIkii It ctm- - to up,il1ar hljh ,l i!.m lllonlr wlin una n lllllnll ,ni,ti.-- t n rlnHii there bllt tS tOO bllhy -of Uarrard County. Ho was CI years fcjfe . We ksow of tnf.A file nraalttlit ttat lur nt nTfBOnt. i U..fci 4n .n ..l.n .ntrn i.ii K-- j old tho 10th February nnd died April C. White Leghorns Diamond lumber, mighty lew wh uiaA Mr. Leroy Bobbins will soon leave Joii nynn. who !iu bton wi.lklntS. Tr rna tho enn nf Mr thn 'An 1111 J yv. "' iwmi.u But erra wher o..r H simxI .an for .1 IIUIUIlOl ' Northwest Texas where.. he goos;track ror the I., ft . nnd Mrs. Levi Kclum and tho grand ., luiulx-- r .k. ,.......,.. tan be matched our prlrt;-- ' . .1.. ....nn nlHMXl in "!"- ra--, A. C. V""'"' Stanfo, Ky to visit ueorge iiuuuius, .uiu n ui- 0 years hub Alford t (ilve us )our an.l son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Spratt, near rm fOI' II III nmtulllr',1.. ii. II. ..o.l E :1 TOWHrd .i... ...i.. .!. - ...,-- ,. ' in (In -- " It I ; rxHue how militi I" Morol.no. Ky.. Lincoln county. ,uly, u hM Cholcw Wht0 Wyandott0 cockorcl5 Nh a Job and how much rnuiler ih locate. fniuuui uiscunrrte Gone but not lorgotten walked Bkbs Jl 60 for IS. Mrs. J. N. C.ish bill is. lrs- - lar" Harrison s nulto 11. tcen figured out that lie Silently It brings before us that iwn " llotli Jim ryreo nnn iinmp uoyuuiua (n0 distance 01 w,i dear laco. I J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. are running gasollno griBt mills and tt)e time ho walked track. Mr. 1'iynn n HOROUGHBRED S. C R. I, REDS Wo can Eeo no mere. Fggj fcr sale 31 tor 15 j8 n native of Ireland ami verj imni lilncksmlthlng in connrction. Oh, smllp upon us from above, Imported Cock at Head of Y.irdj. If you want a bathroom that wil1 ' J. I!. Karris tho moichnnt who bold t0 mi when it comes to attention D. M. WALKER, Stanford, 'Phono ISO Ask Uod to lead us through, V. .n.UH w. ! a his farm Inst winter to Jop McCall.'to duty, jl j- -i j. J.i 1 The walks of llfn that wo somo diy for you NOW. garden ot uO.UOOi jlrs. c. Hani: of nar MarotburK ginseng k voll want hens that lay In wlntnr. Wc carry tho belt llne of tin, gut y,y,v ...... ..... xrnv tn vni , 1'as a nii'c ....... fi..,i , ....j fcv. ... n llov. aim ..hi... ..R hr of., ,..,. 11. Albright, ,v hlt.h f!nt ...- - ... I1 terlng, spouting, Mycr's pumps, fir ..w. !... Q v "ui-Every life must havo somo sorrow, n nnrn vn nn iiunLiiiiiH in buuu ouii. luitnl Mrs. J. Eggs Jl for 1! eD rhiti. rnoflnn. nalnta. charcoal filtcri W krr In nsittlnn to d" all k. ula (Ho will realize a neat sum for tho Mrs.. J. W. Uirttr, qi I exlnctoii, will Bull Orpingtons. 1M, Stantord IVVVUlvaU II.HOk . Klncald, 2t. nnrl Over pathway shadows rail, l'hone ..nnrt.Cl lln. nf lnll3r CfollnK. lUoll nn mnk Work.fil'ui Irum . h. tarter. 'herb. nnr iJ. in ...:. " soon arrWe to visit Dr. bathroom fixtures. But beyond this fall ot darkness, liou down ton frne iiut We tmn trv I you promptly ami rimrnnu- - ttrt-l- t Miss Clyde Wllmot has recovoied and wife Indian Hunner duck eggs for sale, Uod is craclous to us all. work and mlrlnl t'nll mxl got our prte( lllnes8, W. K. WARNER, .1. V. Cnrtor and wife havo 13 say nt G months old $1.00 for Mr our innUrlHt nl i' nil i txforo you buy Yet again we hopo to meet them. ifr0"' n sevcr J- - W- - Tat haK becn to Clncl" Stanford, Ky. Irom ilratz. K.. ami have located I'ook's famous perpetual layers. .Mn. When th dar of Hie I. fled. No. U. M. Tate. It. Huattuvllle on a buslncM trip. on the .Mary Anderson. And in heaven with glory to Robert Wllmot, of Nepton, Ky., vis J. It Stormes Is having Mcssts S. C. Brown Leghorn eggs, 50 cent them, Staafnnl, Ky. ited his mother, Mrs. M. E. Wllmot. Shriiol nnd Williams build a ncwad per setting. Mrs. J. M. Crcss, R. F. O. Where no farewell tears are shed. M O Holmes, of Crab Orchard, ditlon to his residence on Maple No. I, Stanford. 'Phsne 380 G. LanOh, It was hard to part with Call In Mrs. visited her friend. Mrs J. W. Tate. ncnuc. caster, Ky. Lee, returned Ironi V. A Snellen Is out on u trip of InGood bye aright smiles and loving Mrs. Walter Miller lias a pleasant visit to Williamsburg and spection of tho L. & N-- . bridges and Those Fighting Game Chickens. ways, , Knoxvllle, also was visiting her un- section biddings. THE GP&Y QRIST3. And tender heart. Tho Prettiest Fowls in tho World Lease, on Copper Mrs. Susie Thnrp has returned irom How oft through long, end hours cle, Mr. Alfred Eggs 1C for 3.00 Creek, who has been qulto HI. A. M. a, lslt to her sister Mrs. Schubert nt wo think, 8. J. EMBRY. JR. Hlatt, cashier of tho Citizen's Bank OeBance. cf one we loved and cherished, Richmond will return Miss Carrie Spoonamoro Burred Plymouth IUck eggs, GOc Wc think of oao who has sone ta accompanied his mother where she gos to take medical to Loulsvlllo next week to take anoth- for 15. nobert B. Carter, Stanford. rest. , Mr. Bane Carson Is now 24-er treatment from Charlie Whltemoon Ky., It. F. D. No. 3 rcaccful by thy silent slumber, cashier. tho noted herbalist. In thy gTavo so low. Peaceful L. Kabn, rcptsHenttaR Hymun Mrs. Morris IToctor has Imported stock Buff Orpington eggs Thou no more win Join our number. Moses & Co., gonts tailors, was here from a visit to tho families of John 70 cents for 15. Baby chicks 12 per UNDERTAKER AND CMBALMER Yet again we hope to meet thee. Thursday out of LouIbvUIo. IToctor and 0. O. Proctor at Quail dozen. Mrs. W. J. HalUclaw, Stan When, the day ot life is ned. KV- STANFORD, Mrs. James Owens wno was serious- and Beo Uck. respectively. for0, Ky., Route No. 1 'Phone 533 And In hearen witA Jqx q grftct Uttlee Thone 167. Home 'I'honu 2i. CARSON, recently, by Jumping from Little Miss I.aura I'roctor, daughter ly injured thee. out again, much lo Tharp. B. A. HILL Where no farewell oars aro sheil a buggy, is nolo to be Breeder ot finest strain ot ovcryono and tho of Wado Proctor, Is visiting Mrs. SuaBut thy memory will bo cherished, t otho surprisemany Island Reds Single Comb Rhsde Spring friends. delight of her J. A. Wnllln, special agent of the C L'tock and eggs for sale tn senson. It. TIB we see thy heavenly face do-Mrs. Serena Owens and soar, 1SL N. O. &. T. P. K. It., has rctumud to K. D. No. 3 Lancaster Ky. Calvin will leavo aext week to vtstt their Oakdale, Tenn., alter a short visit to fl VTA Soma sweet day 17 i'ltio strain 8. C, White Leghorns daughter and sister, Mre. JYaaR Sat- - hla family hore. 1' Rtysa Ma mtow mu; My aew spring and summer avnales ton, in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Simpson, of Har- Heavy laying strata. Egga II for IS " MoTokmd. Ky are sow ready for your Insptxitlen. his fathtr-in-U- Mrs. J. B. McKee, King's MounUtn. lan county, after a visit to They comprise (bo best oa the market ISAJBaBmaV MkVfliTm (It Win. Brummett, went to Crab Ky. I cam iult Hnyono as to prlco yho had his brother, C. J. Orchard to visit his clothes rand0 t( order. A Rult For Bali Indian Runner Duck Eggs. made to jour measuio la preferable Simpson nnd family. 91 for setting af 12. to ready msdn clotlies. To them Tho residence of O. E. Krlth was en- THE Indian Runner Is known as the tniftdo to mnasure iloin't coat any tered the other day nnd $5 was stolen Leghorn of tho duck family, for e0!js more than ready maae whrn quality an fit In considered. Comrt In and out of lftith'B purse which contained Mr. D. E. Proctar, Phone 193. let me take your measure. X5; about tho same time, the home A HBIIOE'S OVERCOAT Barred Plymouth eggs for salo, Jl of T. D. Ham, tho popular morcnanc, 15. Also Indian Bonner duck eggs Ic called ktoaket Wo havu overy H. C. RUPLEY, Tho l'rnctlcal Tailor. was entered and ot Mr. Ham's shirts for must havo been Jl for 18. Mrs. Andorwm Nunnelloy, kind from Ua Datat to tho heaviest, were stolon. This Houte, Moreland, Ky. frara the faaey klamant for road n tho work of tho same individual, who McCluo to the ytala kut rArvlceablo one for doubt, stood in need of those nec-no ORPINGTON BUFF the stable, Brsry KIM af stnbUi utensil sary articles of apparel Jind PTmic Eggs For Sate 15 for SI too. (teafd, l onim, aa4 reesenablo spending money, but wns somewttat C. C. WITHERS. R, F. D. No. 2. la price. Tlwy Thene .1431 t V tn comTarml of a gentleman. BUinford, Ky. ha our aaraUBt KfiutorC panlel Blusher bought 69 acres nf land on Negro Creek for I1W- - J. 3. SUnfftri. Pure Crescent 8. C. Wtilto Leghorn. Hralth sold 27 tuful nf sheep and Eggs for setting. Mlsa Lizzie Davison, tarabs to J. M. Cress for 67.66. Phone 15. AN HANDLE LIVE AND DRESBCT Mr. Edgar B. Albright editor of th Pure btjed Black Minorca MLVernon Signal, waa hero on SaturEgaa II per setting POULTRY, EGGS, ICtL COAL, day Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Otanfonl. UNDERTAKE AND EM. country, owned A housd out In the HIDES, WOOL, FURS, EGGS ROR HATCHINQ. by O. O. Lawrence, and occupied by BALUErM. DEALAL Buff Orpingtons.. 1 and 2 per 15 Harvey OwenB and wife was consumSALT, LIME, QINBENU, ER IN FURNITURE, MAT. II for IK ed by flro late Friday afternoon. Mr. Black Minorca Wyandottos FEATHERS ETC. Owens lost all his household goods Farm Itange Silver Laoed TINGS, THEY WILL N'o Insurance It is not known how CO cents for 15. Satisfactory hatch FURNITURE EXCHANGE guaranteed. tho flro originated. Ky. Mad dogs have been on a rampage Miss Anno H. Trlbblo,. Danville, FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. Several cows, In the Hlatt section. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE jnlr, TO TIE TO Hopubllcan says: (irnt credit Is dtir our follow en iron, Hon. Chan. A. Hardin, for his coolness and courage at Danville last Wednesday night. Whl.o unending tlie picture show at tho opera liouat the Hint caught Bro nnd lor a tliort time It loot,! ns tliow;h n holoca !to ns toinilnetii 7tv n: "encv became and nuny would lia o PCtn badiv ftijureii In tl.e crash Ml It not for M- - lliuoin who sto.id ni" " ii jnair mio an nppe.w iu U v crovj to bo t.din t,i the dancer wi.n over. Mr Let. Is IVollatoln, cf I'Jirls, nut! Rlckuiontl WollatMn. nf this "nl.ico nero in altenriAnr rn.l said It ram iq.v beins a serious ar. Tho llarrodsburg ranlr-strl-.lei- 'J.i wt compound callous Is tho secondary If there n democrat out belle es that If Houjitor McCrenry goU tho It ptowb Inward and pressof his party's ruccchs will bo In , es on tho causing InUinso pain. (Jubotnatorlal nomination, tho chances ilotibt7 In It not tho .part of wisdom, therefore, for him to turn to some Callouses never cure themselves hut William Addams, of Harrison always gst worse, sometimes Irritating piic who win bring t"o peoplcto vletny? the wholo nervous system The follow- - county, Is such n candidate. Plncc joiip Iwnner In his Imnda and ho wil1 n most nfTeetlve tnd Inc m the liopo and enthusiasm that mimt Innd us all winners. A fowl Rile I speedy cure "Dissolvo two week since wo were left floundering feeling thnt there wore none to mnk tablcsposnfuls or raiocido nn artUo riRlit to oppose- Senator AlcVrmry lor tho nomlimtlon, Imtl l 'I In ri basin or hot water. of .Mr. Aildnins, our dnuiiu;, mid cloan-cumanly &9 Soak the feet In this tor Uncent tint thrownstand and hon taken tho place of our doubt In our nalile aro inrt rs, gently J '"" fllee" ninut AlKF i( VMf Sm-niiie-r massaging tho t ore ports. ,,rty miceeas. the dawn. ' ilHrkoat peftMle AU iI.pjh 'ima will not clvn tho when Jrust liefor H Tllero lie times desirtd results ) Tho sore nnd dmoernc In Kentucky appers to Have wwed through them. Kn.m ness will disappear Imme no won ovry one should loi, wiin suen a man t auusiub io iwui, uihi diately ind the callous can be easily eiiecoiw mint surely come. peelad off Repeat this for rcvcral and friends In "(I'd Shelby, .Mr. Atldams has a number of relative nights A little olho oil rubbed into1 and, though this county Is in .Mr. McCreary" dlstriet yat It can he turned skin Is cry benetlclal." k. tho Harrlaon county man who can land the prty triumphantly In Nov This Caloclde Is a very rcmarknlil preparation for all foot ailments. nunlons, corns and Ingrowing nails got , us stop our bickerings. AU.I.. Is a man wB can unite upon, and j Instant relief and are soon cured. Had U.'t us nil, therefore, get together nnd lie together and Ue ror Atintns. smelling and sore feet need hut n few I.at the party slogan bo "party success." and .Mr. Addams will lt so treatments Caloclde Is no longer con-Jccted. Ho Is the man vi ?ho hour. Hie man you want, lhc mnn you nee I. fined to doctor' uso Any druggist has I tin- mnn yni mjist hae It In stoi'li or will quickly git It from Addanibl Afldnsual So My e allJ Addams' his wholesale A twenty-five- . bouse " An:fiTrst:U'-vi'- r cent package l usually enough to put the wqyt feet Iff ne condition It wlfl pro to persons who a of Gravel Switheh, ca Itllu W. J. Brown and family, o near have been vainly trying Ijiefloctual nd on Ms T7r"'0 Iagt Sunday. Quail, havo Just moved to .Main tablets and foat powders"" IhC fcll'Blng U'nd)peij by Mr. M L. Mr. B. Is a practical miller and wt.i jjun tho largo roller mill owned by '.Albright at tlm Baptist cliurch U fo-BRODHEAD - .I jSJvrBiiij; nicely. net-yes1 t alnn-maiit- s Sunshine calls for a iSfferw- 3E3Eafc anmfl tlO , TYl TYl "U 0 XiaV0 D66I1 Wcllblll y J ' ls IOI i or le i..p headwoar "nVfilVbV pi- ouu,y -- P (I&VS ' "'Tot - 1 c shtt I;je lr 1 t.Vio HrAfiaiBst Summer Hat. We 50. $20 and have them at $1, $1Fancy Colored &3 and our stock of Soft HatS iS immeilSe. TllGY 319 88 nrfitt.v as the pictures, in all the new shapes in 'Swan, Tigorora $4 John B. Stetson at 2.50, 3.50 see and $5 Just look at them and jf you are not pleased. 20W. 106 OtraW rr aCLlb lj. X must move , ri 1 ID Cil W Ct.y COH1G t H. J, McRofoerts. Stanford, Kentucky. - Wlllam Francisco, the, T. ontractor. walks anJ S Hv-ns .Mlbs CinUU Mr8. Uura Cable, '" . ' MnmMumiAMmm fa '?. . m. Wr&Mk SiS to Uc, o . I- I .l....u.l..n...uilIJg tc . ,. ,,, ?&r rz: - ZrG -- .JH fr - -- .i,' - iw; - '.is n3Mi 'x 1 irracl.-lumbe- mr lttrr ii-x- t h. r,r -... ..... ,. fDWrR FT !.'. MCr w C , j ' 1110-e- I I mortl" " a 1 Fresh Oysters; STYLE. PHILLIPS BROS., SERVED IN ANY J. trot-xnen- L Tf)G 6G$T meAL - in W.A. C. McClary, g2 J STAMFORD Carson's PROP. Restaurant 2 - r SuiHits lue s SPRING LOW CUTS. We want to put on vow feet the cel- ti We Want J.CIkCURY, ebrated World's Standardized Crossett the one that lasts longest, holds shape better, makes makes you look dressed J. L. Beazley & Co rtmrrn: Produce !. up and down. I have them in Grey, Brown, Tan, Black and Patent Leather nv. H. B. Northcott. m&mmm i m'jmmmmmm? A Replenished Stock! VkTe have made so-calle- d r especial preparations for May business, having purchased the best selling articles in the different departments. The variety of our stock we will prove to you by a look through from you. Our Reasonable Prices is a hobby with us and comparison will convince you that our regular prices are as low and in many cases lower than the of other stores. Cut-Pric- es $11.50 Pencil Stripe Crcnm Serge Suits $11.50 Tan Scrjc Suits $11.50 Ginghnm Dresses $2.75 to $4.50 $4.50 to $5,00 Egyptian Tissue Gingham Dresses Lace and Embroidery Trimmed Dresses - $2 to $10 Crcnm Serge Suits Velvet Rugs 27x54 Room Size Brussels Pugs Window Shades, 6 feet Jap Malting, Special Price Linoleum, 8-- wide, square yard, Lace Curtains, 4 $1.19 and $1.25 $10 19c $l6 and up Foulard Sillt Dress ' Wash Gingham Petticoats 50cto$l We have had n phenomenal trade in Indies' ready made goods for the reason our prices were low to begin with. Curtain Nets Colored Drapery, White or Oak Poles 10c Imported Sheer Madras Curtains $5 We arc keeping this stock replenished at all times with fresh, c can, new goods at right prices. 22c and 25c 50c 75c to $75 10c to 25c lOcto 50c American Beauty Hose, Silk Finish, Black, White, Pink, Blue, Red 25c Cadet Hose, Ladies' and Misses 25c Long Silk Gloves, . $1.00 Long Kid Gloves . . $2.75 Extra Heavy Silk Gloves, short Black, White, Cham-pagn- c , 50c Black Velvet Pumps $4 Black Satin Pumps $4.50 Childrens' Slippers and Roman Sandals in Kid and Patents We have tne correct logs for hauds and feet. Satin or Velvet pumps are the sure, correct thing; Long-Gloves SIT PERSONAL and SOCIAL Mb 1 Y Hi wry Howard wit to l'iii II C RANGE on ll.M-ke- STANFORD, KENTUCKY. el;s Icii'MiiK .liter hi real estate lung In r patents Mr und .Mrs. Cics at IJrodtioiid Imsttios SmiKTsi't Journal SON, lor Sale. Hi:i:dlng lot in I.J, Mrs. Mattie V. Klrby. W. S. Fish Hlhu.d Nm Cit.. .Mini. Urn! bu Hill. iiwi7 tfcn Junction atufccing gurat it ot damw-to- r Mr. Jw K tU tO TruyHtr .uitt IIUIh lM tumi icturiMxl In fiirla aftor till U. IMHIHtjr. vt .of l)on hhu at tlw ItlehiMiud. ha 11. Jacklionm m Mr. anil .Mm. son. liunliy Ilohnn and Curry Dedrown ol ItnrnHlHlmrK. l'tr0 Friday In the lortnur's i.tito, in in llnin-olMm. J. W. William sinter Mrs. M. tin RMt ol Jlr. ami Mr. J. rrawlonl Jn ''" d lir I'rnltt Jolin (J I.jnn of Wlmrton, Texas, IH May to his old home. luck lor a lie lb greatl) ploifccd with the Lotto Star State H. !." THERE NEVER WAS A TIME WHEN YOU COULD GETMORE VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY THAN YOU CAN RIGHT NOW IN OUR GREAT SALE OF LADIES GARMENTS. ' Silk Dresses As Low As Tailored Suits As Low As ! It. Mst Saturday the old members or except W. II. Hoard wore eu "m m u,e " lrS. M. Vut.Uook is ..ulte 111 at .rf - Mr,.ret Mr. IUmlaii.1 UUbop mic owrl J. C. Kuliatilt, who was apl ) awr iwrtiNU Mr ami llrom eitllwe Ht lxlngton Friday to 'or llo,no th' km cm pointed a teu weeks ago, was e ected I Op pic Brown ta running tho soda Mm. tl. W. Vermillion in DMtlU. Mend suvim-mda)s wlm tier fathitt. to fill out the iinexplror term. The I MIm Ada (JlteiM AUotH bra r J. H. llRiiRliraun 1ih returned from lounuin at Shugars and Tanner'a jicTbonal of the board which la a good ,lnK btlr turtwd booto Minn a vMl to Mr auH and weeks' vltdt to Columbia S. one In ns fol'ows: Dr. W. 11. O'llan- Mm. I!slo McAlister, of Wny. MUs H)1 Mrs. Hill SimWlHR, in l.ulvll . iKhw Siwtliwii luulu point. chalrmani ,, ,, jicltoberts. (5. U. "OTl Uirkoy, ol MIm OftKill Cm I) Umck Irom Dr. M. M. Fhiliipa i ,1'onny, J. C. UuL.inks anil T. 1). Iltney OicIhucI, wm the KUeal of .MIm Mary Ctalmgo, hci he took wiim spocla! hore. UrilCM lllHt vek. l'"l"- - " H Worshan and wlfo or Itteturw. STARTS MUCH TROUBLE. . Mr. J. II Wlllta, 4rf Creb Orfhard If all people knew that neglect of Mr. N. A. MeC'lure. or Crab Orcli- - t,orblu' K- u tU" ests of "w 1'lt1'0'-hm lnn to Clnliinnll lo uko irnul aid Iti lRltiiiK her little, granddaugh- ,:Ur-- J- - - (!ovir ami tamlly constipation would result in severe i Mr- - n"1' Mr. .1. T. Menofeo spent dlgostlon, yellow jaundice iiicnt lroiii a sp c(iillt. or virulent ter Minn Marguerite McC.urn. Mr. trouble they would mjou take .MIm l'lorence HcrK ii'turned lomii Sum lloltzc tiw and nistcr MIbb lies- Sunday with Uiu hoine;olUa. KaUirda.v niter n doliKiitlul vinlor,ie wilt attend tin dlitrlrt conference Menefco left Monday for .ML Vornoti. Dr. Kind's New l.irt. Pills, and end It but Mrs. Mcnefeo will visit here for It's tho only safe wu. Hest for pent at VobHhurK. Miw. tit IlurRln of tho M. K. church. days. ousneas, headache, dyspepsia, chills Mm. JaiuitH Murshoii, of l.ebnnoa Ha v. A. J. Coker of Klngn Mountain Mr. and Mrs. Elmoro Curtis, of near Amd debility. 2.1 cents at Penny's In tho Kiiett "' mt mother, preached Saturday night and hunda Juiictlon, th0 Hoylo line, are beliitf tngratulat- - Urug Store. , Mm J. It. Hal(. nt MavoHl. Cood Crowds In attend- ed upon tho arrival ot two bouncing iWimrI.Ivi May reUirned Saturday. 'U1CC' Uev J T' Chasteen will preach at boy twins in tliclr home. They weigh-- ( ero Us ed 8 Mr. ami Mrs. L. II. Hilton where hr wpent two Mason's (Jap Saturday and SunJay, drom and 8 pounds apiece Andrew Lasloy, of Uirnitnsham Ala., May 13 and H. Is back on u Unit, to his old homo at Crab Orchard. Ho is lust recovering Foley Kidney Fills are a true meditrom mi operation for appendicitis. cine. Thev are heallnK, strengthen-inK- , antiseptic and tonic. They act He bpentOlonday here. Quicklj". Shikars and Tanner. MIbh Mary K. Tumble baa ucceptoi , a IncruUvo position us stenographer J. T. llobinson and Hobert Seara for K. (;. KazanJIan Ixuisville, Kv. a fisj S inches Ions; in Hang-lu- g Her many friends here wish her well. cniiKht Fork, v,hlch no ono has been able A dispatch from Washington to the to name, .is jet. t Is of a go den red Courier Journul has this notice of Interest hero: An Interesting army color all over, fius ana tail un vhlo a cotton, and whltq eoofa) lik0 slh which will tnk0 piaco j wedding, Tho lort Myer May 31, will bo that r under the bottom lius. welgas1fish Is near llllsn Lucy. I.eo (larrard, daughter of a shaped like a perch and a pound. Sir. K. Suit has tho f sh at I loyal Kentucklan, Col. Uarrard, com. Inlander of the post, and Lieut. Victor, his homo near Adam Ctirpcntcys. Mr. C. Is an authority on flabM trot Kontor of the 15th Cavalry. The not seen anything like ltgroom's ntment is commanded by his father In law elect Col and Mrs. IT you really want a clean, sweet, inrrard and tho two MIsstM CRrard nro always moft hospitable at their pure Btornach, free from ras, sournws qttartors at Port Myer to all Kontuckn, and distress go to Fenny's Drug store box of today and get a friends. Ptomach tablets on tho money back . Mra. W. Ixwim W'rwvl lina ltA..n n J. ll.tnrlll, "ar "Jcil. t. w' Rowland SiA. ."" and icprcscnts Jiily fe neSt strongest insurance companies. 1st "lm keep yuu protests. tl 3-- C """' "'""'""-- - ,tor - 2 SAVED MANY FROM DEATH 1... Mock, ol Mock, Ark, believes no has savod many lles In his ft years ol experience In tho drug business. "What 1 always lme to do h. writes," "is to recommend Dr. King's New Discovery for weak, soro lungs. haul colds, hoarseness, obstinate coughs, 'a grippe, croup, asthma or other bronchial affection, lor I fct sure that a number ol inv neighbors becatibo they are alive and well look my adivo to use It- - 1 honestly bel!uo Its tho hest throat and Iumj medicine that's made." Iiisy to prove lies right (let a trial bottle free, or legular 50 cent of $1 bottle. Sold by Fcnnj s Drug Store. W. 1 y 13arrcd Plymouth flock eggs. For hatching of tho Ilnest breeding. Our chickens aro large, big boned, and well barred. Eggs 13 for 1, 100 for J5. Jlw. S. K. Dudderar. II. n. No. 2 Lancaster Ky. I or llent 25 acres, of early grass; everlasting spring in center of Held; . also 33 acres of timothy and Apply lo N. W. Fipes, clovei-meadowHub-tonvlll- it 0"3 Several nice second band buggfeu on hands for sale cheap. Iletter come quick, l'cnco Dros. x - Chiffon Evening Dresses at rods of American field fence now ready for dlsinDution. W. B. Ierklns Crab Orchard Ky. BbOO $11.90 Fine White Serge Suits At $13.50 Silk Petticoats at $1.98 $7.00 Shirtwaists at $3.75 t l"or Sale. MUed hay, baled. MatUo V. Klrby .Mrs. 31-- 1. a .cent visitor to her sister, Mrs. John!P'n' Mount, In Lancwster. Mrs. Thomns i.Motcnire and daughter, Miss Frances 'nro In Ioxlngton spending a fow days. Miss Motcalfo will a'no mnko n visit I in Mlnchister. The fo'Iowlng Invtu jtlons havo been lssuedt Mr and Mrs, Frank T. lxan regui-e-t the., honor ot ( $14.75 S. C. Crescent strain whlto Leu- horn eggs 75 cents a setting during April Usual price $1.60. Also for sale OO YOU HAVE THE RIGHT KIND a pen of Diamond strain White Leghorns, headed by Imported cock. Mr OF HELP. Lizzie Davison. I'hono 10 Stanford, Foley Kidney Fills rurnlsu you the Ky. right kind of help to neutralise and remove the poisons that cause lmrk. Graduating presents In great ache, headache, nervousness, and otn- at Mueller's tho Jeweler. tt er munoy and bladder aliments. All Other Garments Proportionately Che ap. . A. B. Robertson & Bro. .T:m.aTlI- - ! tr' W.jti. Edwards, tho "East End lumDeafness Cannot Oc Cured ber king, haa tho oontract to furnish by kial rilk.lkKi, u Ur rwact tMb U portion Iter w nily ue w.y to the lumber to rebuild tho largo barn run dUklbvM ol Ite tu.kt fcj wd Uui euiiiiliuiit rrunllni roecntly destroyed by storm for Col. t)ttt Kdu himIUm w toBuiwJ tvfMlMin ol llo k tf Eunckiui Tutw. Whra tLM l mnw It. IL UronaoKh, . tun. W bmaiuMt ymi bav. . niwkluui wuDd vt In. Kftrct brtltu. umI lira tt tt nur.tr tlund. lv.l. mm m irmM. uul aa)rm M IHImhimimi uu i V Uil. Ulra nit ud WW tut rtitorrt to IWi mkbuI Fofwy Kidney 1'IUs take hold or )nrtMI tx (Wtravcd kmti! Uu iuA ou vttta u f.uwJ br Uunt, your syslem nnd help you to rid your put I. bUu 4a tnAftroeil eoodrlion .1 iam nuHwa tnutM, self of your drugging backache, dull IvlUo MeBsenner. W. WW t IM liundrtO ltolUr. tor My (M tl Jtrttnnm by utuik) Ut ulmi M nutil hoadacho, nervousness, impaired t, (ten. toJ tot cnruiuA Itm. und of alt tho Ills rcsu ting from by ilnir. PoM ky rirwfcO. tho Impaired action or your kidneys SHORT LOCAL NEWS nx i&ir wtaai m coc.itp.tioB. and bladder. Ilemember It Is Folc Klduer Fills that do this, tthugar's For Rent, jraaa lot on Somcrsot cud Indian Tlunner Duck even rrnm n Tanner. groat laying almln Jl ei setting of 12 ttreet. Mrs. Mattie V. Klrby. 34-X3 for 45. The Maluf Trio will nDDear in na. attention. All orders ell, n. prompt Wolford Lot F. D. Let me Imure your tobacco agaln-- t Uvo costtimo Wednesday nlehi n. th No. 1 Stanford. lost or damage by hall, tho tobacco Opera Ilouso. They will demonstrato grower' wort enemy. Low rate R. customs of poople in Ina or Wondora J. D. Steenboreons tseiM. hniiri m. m, kx,.. will sing lu natlvo sones. L'omn palra and adjustn scales at rock hot- ! h ,yonr presence ot the tnarrlagS'tf their datiKlitw, Sarah Kllzuboth tq Mr. 'John Hdxvtn Prawn, on Wednesday evcnfnc, the twenty-fonrof May, 'one housiind nln0 hundred and eleven at cifikt o'dock. Klrnt lresbytetian Ky, At homo after chnrch, Danvlll 'Jnno troth, Bb'clbyvillo Ky. Dan t. iiimJi-Uot- k oye-tigh- !. r 'UiyjtywiM. ir ltCl twftw5V"RyilrMJllrJ Wj i,"i JSul Chamberlain Medicine Co. Zealand, Ceylon, India, Australia run anui, Chltin, Kast Africa, nml Rhode- Don VaTricIf sia. These nro displayed attractively nnd labeled so thnt the visitor nt the AT PUTS ON UNIQUE EXHIBIT big homo produos show c.m under DE3 MOINES EXPOSITION. Ktnnd readily tlio extent of the oml industry. Monies (liilTy painr has nn A Ho Une-hnmillion dollars worth ot nx- of tre $200,000 extended wrllo-nbusiness Is done outside tliu I piled .... il.. -- !..... . t..l.1.... . , ill mi nil mi' imiumiiii 11 ..i.u.w.ni, uo . iinmuei Company, whose goods are largely ;,fin Me,plno This Is en Th e (nil'l ,...... -- .,I,. ,,r Ik.. ,lnm,.lln mil (old In Lincoln county lll.VJf .UbIUDI U " .....i.vr.iv I'M. soys in pirt put, whlrh forms a length story Hi l.cmcdles nmdo by io local ron itself. coin penetrnto the Jungles of Africa even the nitthes of bid a contrlh.i e fJ Qp THE MEMt TH WA their repeo Tor the Chamberlain mctll- - q ,)( ,, v fm of M,s c) t clnos. This foreign money cornea to m(,r , ,uu ,. tk hai, ,p , ,p Des Moines In the slispo of foreign ,M rUg resuIl WRg n Beuro rmga Those are oxhl- - om, u bills of exchange. wdrfcJ nnJ ,J0 c(ltl ,0t blted to the amount of $2,000 In the BC( gto MyB. ,;0vi! ll(,ulo OJ ,, Ta. Cotl,ound booth ol the company which In local- - Fnkiv.g ,,0lcJ. c.1 in IN, middle or the east side or curC(l hlnl anA he bM nc compIcMy the Co itenm. cr uecn lathered since." Croup, whoop are bills of exchange shown in cough, mcnslcs cough all yield to There nnd Tar Compound. Uone In the booth from the following conn- - Foley's Is In the yellow pack- tries; (ape lolon, n..,.i. fJulana. The ngenuine ef n Straits Settlement, I'hllllplncs, New arg nn,i Tanner. lf Hanna's Green Seal "The Made-to- one-thir- .... p ,,,,,.. - Wear Paint" two-third- s, of tho paint is all important. is sought? If you expect lo do any painting, you ate interested you ihould be in the quality of the paint to be used In any given job of painting, labor represents practically material d the cost. It standi to reason that with o much expense in labor, the enduring quality . Why have the painting done unless the protection and durability of the job . How is one to determine the true value and obtain paint that maybe depended upon for durability? HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. Thia paint ha. the printed formula on every package. The makers have confidence and take prido the composition of the paint. IS THIS OF ANY VALUE TO YOU ? FOR BALE L. L. in the qvality and tell the public IT OUGHT TO BE. CRAB ORCHARD KV Br MORELAND KY -- SANDERS B. PRUITT- GEORGE 'fciwaa-''tw-- i KCCOrd, VV1 t - ALLEY GREGOR 2:19 43401. 54. Trotter HilHR Chestnut Stallion About 16 Hands, 8 Years Old. Reg' istcred, Volvmc 17. George Wilkes r.lU, Sire of 83; dams of 204. H .aaaaBaBaBaVLaaB aVaaVaaV Ii yf st- aY -- aaBBBaaHF'SsiflaBBlBBBSB O jAllertnn 512S Itecord 2:09 Sire or 'Ml; dams of 38, In- eluding Nancy Hoyco 2.UC Laconda (P) 2:02. Gen. Forrest 2: OS, etc. I Slro ol 1X1; dams of 79. Frank By Matrtbtlno Star Great brood mare. 5S5, Gussle Wilkes Dam of 2. N'om .ID prr o Mambrlno Boy Sll. Slru of IK: dams ot 43. Wilkes. 11) (.iiirse Wilkes G19. Kdtmll 1 to ,Pearl .McGregor Iterant 22:! ; 1 Tv tVi ifr?Z3mk3lmmE2- - tin i d i nnd Alley and srantf Grefcor 2 111 dam of Trocar 2:17 3-3-- Itobcrt McGregor fi47 . itecord 2:17 Sire ot 111, dams of 1SS Maud B Dam of May Bird 2:21 Ptsul .McGregor 2:23 .Major 21C. Slro of ; dam of 1. N'siiey Whitman untraced. Seneca fillet J7S. Sire of 4; dam of lf. Jennv. By Champion Grlnncls. Dam of Jericho 230. (irandam of 4. FOR PUBLIC SERVICE SEASON OF 1911. The Sensational Performer and Splendidly Bred Registered Saddle Stallion CARROLL S241. PRESTON-438- 3 (A. S. H. R.) i . Bay horse star and hind ankles white, 15.3 foaled 190G. Sire, Preston 922 by Washington 34 by Cromwell 73 by Washington Den mark C4 Preston's dam was Uello by Roderick 104 by Mambriro LcGrand 99 by Highland Chlct and the dam of Hoderick was by a con of Peters' Hal-cor- ALLEY GREGOR is one of the best trotting Stallions In Kentuekj Ho has a lot of stylo nnd tlnlsh and It Is a great netlng hors.i. war any booU, Just l ounce shoes. He ouuht to make a great slro. Don't oldest Ills cots are coming two"s and show great speed nnd action. Any one wishing to ,to one of them can do so on tho Lexington track nhere they arc now In training. Thrs Is a good chnncc for the people of Lincoln County to breed Into the best families of tho trotting blood. Look thlt horse- breed ing over ncd fe0 how many thev have In tho IIm both great trotting Stnllion will make the season ot mi atsire and damin Tills my stable Kentucky, Lan-'cast- Madlrne Pntrhen. Don Viurlck's dam produced Dr Conner, that placed a public lislf mile on the Lexington track nt Ifi months :n OS and fold lo N. W lluMn ger of New Haven for $1 000 she nlso prod-iceMaggie Igo, that trotted n mile on the aine tract at tfi months old In I II and (.old for $100 Don arriel: Is fait game and always nn the trot, verv rarely eer lenves hit leet In fi weeks handllnpc Past full he (rotted n quarter on half mile track In tl In See hall In I 10 nnd the I 2 on the mtMliln ot mile track Plenro not,, (ho rich Inherl tiiurp ,if sp 1 on botr sides, not n missing link for generation1' Breel to HiIh felluw nnd ou enn't mis. th, four things everv tlrcder look' ror lie. disposition, sped and looks him before bwklng your maroi money due when maren are wit or bred to nnnthr horse Mnre kept at 10 cnts per dnv and all ar taken, will not be rcsporr Ible for accidents or eenpes. Den Vnrrlck Is a trotter If he had t!. protier handling 1 Thin t.ingnlflcontly bred younrt stallion wilt make the season of 111' I i.t my stnbto near Klnnford, Ky, mi Mie Shelby City pike at (!" to Itmir.i u Ilvlnp colt. Don Varrlck Is ! 2 lunrJs i beautlft'.l chestnut, short back hoay lone In fact tho hlphcst typo or tho He Is Hitler and perfect dlspoxltlun y the groat Onward Silver 2 05 I. (Hat won tho $5,080 Transylvania In i sreti heat race In not nnd tun name j ear won the $10,000 Bonner Memorial nil the M and M. nil In broken beats mil sr.ld for $21,000 and Inter fir $2:, i 00 Don Varrlck i bred oxnetly like Sp.inlhli Queen that won (hn $.".,000 iraiisjhanla In l'JOS making n re rurd ol 2 07 and was classed ni one ot the four, being one cf the greiiteot money winners on the grand circuit In I Jos Onnaid Sher Is by Onward, nn. of th greatest and best sons of George Wilkes Onwnrd's dam was t dam of Director, tho slro or that great fnmly ol trotters niid pneers. Don Varrlck h Jst dam was by Wlkes Boy. bv Omir Wilkes n full sister to Tli. Way s if.. and luiir fiMcr lo Madelene Pnlch-ethe dam of Rubber 2- - to. Winches-l.'- r Billy Wilton 2 20. and Miss It. 230 2nd dam Mary bv Bnggit Grey Kaglo (he dam of The Way nrd 1 n n! CLIITOV AND rtl'SSKLL t llfton Is n black Jack with light points, last Prptatuber. hands high with a matchless heaii nnd ear well .ft nn a rnnry neck-ha- s plenty bone nnd substance and an a brcoilrr ho is not surpaed Ir a Mack Jack with light points, ;. yearold last AgnM, full IS hands nigh with as much finish nnd ns a horse anr as a breeder h action Is ti,. of anv Jack. Both of theft-Jack- s will scrw mares at $t' to in suro n living colt. Trading the the Insurance Car., will t... taken to prevent nccidents but wl'l t:ot be restMiniiblo nhould nnv occur Jennets will be eared foor after June isi. at j;v io insuro a living rolt. 3-mare-lorlella RUSSELL. $15 to Insure Living Colt, Sound And All Right 1 n 1st Dam Baby Pence 7049 r.. By Enoch Ard?n 2nd Dam Lady Pence By Almont Forest 2863. 3rd Dam Bv Garrard Chief) CARROLL PRESTON is tho finest Individual and best performer in Central Kentucky and prom) himself one of the most formidable ring horses out last season. He is one of tho greatest racking horses seen In years and has a splenld trot with a world of speed and action. His colts are proving him a coming sire and are the kind that will sell high. Will stand at the low fee of $25.00 TO IN8URE A LIVING COLT at A. T. Stock Yards In Stanford. Good pasture and care at prevailing rates. Men retained on colt until service is paid. Best of care, but not responsible for nccidents. Address, am prepared to tak0 care of mares on grass at lo cents per day. Men retained on colts for service fee .Money due when maro U traded or pnrted with caro taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occur. W. II. BURTON, L. Phone. 95 ft.msis.t. 's All Peavine, w- jvsjs. Lancaster, usm. K Ky 1" WOODS. J. II. WOODS 4092. POWHATAN. Si Di, Jr. Black horso 15 hands high foaled In VJO'j good bone and ilio, the kind tc breed to for mules mares and work 2 Beau Naboth 45006 Ry NABOTH 10116, by Wslngham Norval W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Ky. Descrlntlon Snd Breedlnn.-S- Ix vear. ....... ,r ...- -- ... . I1.1. ... ,v Mtiima, n I ..J I.UIIII I'U UV with as much style and action as an) bodjs horse. Sired by Dignity Dare; 1st dam Minnie b fllcnzl; this Is the same Owens maro that has produced as many good colts as nny maro in Lincoln county. This horse In no experiment. I purchased him from L. B. Owens after looking at his colts for two seasons. He is a breeder seccna to none In Lincoln county. See him before you breed your marcs. Description and Breeding Terms. $10 to Insure a llvln eolL old; 15-- 3 hands high; a good colored chestnut with best of tone, conformation, stylo and action. Sired by Ilex Peatine 179C; 1st dam by Pcavtue 85: THREE GOOD MULE JACKS. 2d dam by Warren Harris Denmark; 3d dam by John Nosley, he by Davie Crockett. NOTE. In offering the servicer of this oung stallion to the public, I At the same time and place wll do not hesitate to say hq Is without n my three good mule Jacks at $i doi'bt the best stallion lit reach of the stand people of Lincoln county and adjoin- to insure ft living colt. Thoso Jacks ing counties both in individuality and need no advertising as they aro lmowi i blood. H,j has as much Peavins blood lo breeders all over tho county. as In possible to get In one horse and Service Too on all tho above adthat Is tho breeding thnt is in destock due when colt is foal mand today. It you have any doubt vertised to other about that, compare the prices I have ed, marrf sold, tradod or bred sold them for with any other breed stock. These ternls apply to all. Cnre taken to prevent accidents but not rein tho country. TERMS 125 to insuro a living colt. sponsible should any occur. (Carroll Preston is nominated in The Saddle Horse Futurity Stake.) horses. Garrard Oav 1S-- 3 Chief . Qsf lllf ud 1835 ,, ...; I hands, foaled summer 1102, said by good Judges to be stallion one of the finest stallions living. He is a perfect imace of his great sire Chester Dare 10. Mr. J. C. Craves who raised nnd showed Chester Dare i& sajs It Is almost impossible for two horses to be mure rllke than Gar-rsr- d Chief 1SJ5 and Chester Dare 10. Col. W. A. Barrlger or Shclbyvllie, Ky., has Judged thb horse at the Texas State Fair several times says he is as worn, the championship of fine a horse as he ever saw. Garrard 4uriB that time his colts the South West at Dallas In 190S, 1901, won more than anv other herd showa there in saddle clauses. At Fort Worth Horse Show in March 1910 Garrard Chief won first in breeding class for addle, stallions and ago over IS good ones, he also won at same saddle stallion mare or gelding, 'lie will make the clace first for season of 1911 four miles from Stanford on Hustonville pike at 125 to Insure Diving colt. Mares grazed $2.50 per month. Care taken to provent but not responsible should' any occur. livc-gaitc- d accl-riant) native marc. Will make Um' season or lsn at niv place In Otteuhelm, Ky., nt $10.00 to Insure a living colt. ADOLPH HERTEL. """" b0r "? l'V " stallion S"" out "-nc- 3761 Beau by 12t, 2d . by of good Ottenhclui, Ky John Hmo. 6ILVER KING. Also at same place and t ssme terms will stand the sad-dihorso Silver King. Best or caro wsll-know- The well known' lle Anderson Jsck nnke the en'on of 1911 at the farm or D. M. Anderson on the Preach emilje and Stanford pike one mllo from Preachorsville and 6 from Stan-forat $8.00 to Insure a colt until weaning will bv IHect'onncr ,1am tain J. by Metropolltatt ltnmlltonlnn III; 3d ilam by Mambrlno Starlight 3942. by Dlirlhav 441: 4th ilnm Mnrv Wlih. ors l Oliver (thoroughbred); 6th dam b Wagner; 6th dam by Imp Tranby; tn Hani by Thornton's Battler Beau Nuboth is a hnndsnniK lm. standing if, 3 bands of great style snd action nnd perfect disposition. Ur "us proven a iirecder. and Jus own (ho Klvcltoneer-Wllk- es breedlnr. cross Is second to none. Bnu Naboth will maku the season f 1911 at A. T. NunnelleyV stock yards at $15 to Insure a Mtlng colt. Monev due when mare Is trndet or parttd with or hred elsewhere. bv Gscrge Wilke Naboth's dam, Nora Bniigh-nia5335, n J. M. PETTU8, d Kanford. Ky., George Hur h. n n- n J. H. MURPHY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Hapsburg 509 We will stand this great coach stallion for tho seasou of 1911 at J. W. Baughnian's place on Somerset pike ono mllo irom Stanford, at $10 to In sure u living colt. This is one ot K NG EAGLE, Jr., 72, -- PEDIGREE. Sired by S. T. Harris Kins Kagle, Vol, fi A. S. 11. It., No. 2536, ho by lloyal King 2.155. ho by On Time, 746 hn by Stonewall Jackson Royal King's 1st dam Mnllle Mountz 2584, ho was the noted she ine nm.t roach norses cor hroucht to tliif part ot the country. He is 1C.1 hands high and lb by Imp. Oios- tw and cut ot a marc by Wonderful Boy. All) one wi.hing a very high I red coach torbc to breed on standard bred marcs for getting stjlo, speed and action should see this horse Money due when maro is parted with or bred to other stock. We will also stand a VERY FINE hw Naooiebn ni h same nlueo .Jo ',. ?J !l2 i ,lBur? ? llvl?g uH5 ,s IP bands high nnd a tine beedcr. J. W. A H. C. BAUGHMAN, 2 m"'Uam SUnforrf. ' Ky( lAorT" r thlnb T . Hai yaur vita a WMtlUl (Muul nn-.n- n w.. .. ur. &ieiciofi. .ll. .. .. The tired look she always has when .wu. . du .A , .ruut-- recogmxes i.i .ii mi it at . .. l a joiio snows mat sue once'-Washlngton ,i . d Hed Lion, 3rd dam by Harris Denmark, ho by Miller F amark 45; ltu dam Dy Jlln IJel, Thoroughbred. K,8 Kag,0i Jr.g- lBt ,lnlu wa8 MoI. My line young mule Jack will make lie Drennon, she by Old Drennon, 2d d!lm Coi.perbottoni, and runs back to tlio present sensou nt niy stable at rJoTEKfng'kagle. Jr.. Is 6 year old Morcland, Ky., tor $10 to Insuro livdark bay with one white hind foot. ing colt. Mures traded or bred to ottv lid) mane and tall, stands full 17 er stock forfeit their Insurance. hands high, weight 1500 pounds and Turner Is ever 1C band high, black wo" Proportioned uvory way A com- - with white points and wolcbed this blneJ Btalllon wth P'en'y o' HPe! stvl an,l "ctlon, his colts show that spring 1010 pounds. Ho is an oxtra u0 Is a splendid breeder. Ho will sure and lino breoder. His colts nt make, tho Heuson of 1111 at my barn, the county fairs Inst fall took special cno m" w'Bt of Waynesburg on Kish I re in I urn offered by Congressman W (U lilDUIl- - U III1UQ MB V. Ml. iUlll I Mares traded parted with or bred Haney lMm- - n,8 80ver,l, othrr VT lelsowliore without my consent forfeits nilum. Sovcral of his colts sold as high as Ue Ineumnce. and the inonoy becomes due nt such trransaatlon. Care taken $'25 eicn flt meaning time. s nwi urru. vuu mm see win to iTevent acciients wit not resnon-j.. .ur , ianu see iws iieuigree in iuii. siuio suoum any occur, b n. Phono In residence. ii .iitcauui if; I rarniors Kxchnnge, Moreland, Ky., C. Q. CALDWELL A SON, 1 H)p( ai;7;( Bho by 1,;ag,e 1J(nI 1014, lio by Old King Kaglo 750, 2d i.ei"Klu". i. o. urns casio R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Turnir ...., "" "- - ftTa - "J- -' taken to prevent accidents but not The great draft stallion thnt responsible should any occur, John made his own rep, will mako the m-soof 1911 at my plnce on tho Somerlllfsby, H. r. D. No. 4. or D. M. ANDERSON Stanford. ZTAp set plk at $10 to lnsnre a living mt I Ho Is the sire of the Joe Chancellor 'hnr.n. flm, .nlil .,, ,JUV iinu u,.k.t ..... arwau rn iiia -.t inree nares tfjat sold for $TSS at J. H. Silver Wood Ilaughman's big sale last fall. 'Nuff Hed. And Clarence Tale reused $450 Silver Wood, son or Far Wood 1671S lor a pair of 2yearoId fillies by him. record 2 27 brother to Nor Worn! JESEE AND ENRIQUE .11 I.t. nirn nf l.mlv ennnlnHtUn l I 3eBto and Florist 2:12 .. Kr.?at Fnow I'" and eight othern. Far Wood 2'27 son of Nut Wood u"ol"T ''lie anetmnd stnllion will ,oo rccoid 2:18 my place. Kvory slro or Mnnsger , n"1 V H'ns" t IIIHJWK jesse. ino Oilier until- 2'UB 4H..... U"U IlOlr I anrl V.I1V 1 I). 2:10 Is and 165 others. Nut Wood ,h.. cfn,ck "t,le nor8o record 2:18 3 4. son or Belmont P.V J ,n.l" American Shetland Pony Stonewall Jackson, Certlflcnto of regis. tit. Silver Wood's first aam Princess f"1,lb nf followshy Vatican 2:29 "his certlflcato that thorn 11308, ho by Bel- - tra'mn. mont C4. Vatlrnn's dam Hamblotonlan .... i.-unhiBinra in vtiiumo lO'.luu or standard number 10273 of the Will make th0 season ot 1911 at my 10. Par Wood 16796, record 2:27 1 2, American Shotlam! Pony Club stud ibi uam wilKea. u.m ox barn at $10 to insure a living colt un- Wood 212iora Nora Wood 2 11 No book, the Shetland pony stallion weaning time, sound and all right. Nora Wilkes, by Uo svnketi 519, 2.22 known as Hnrique of Penmoken white til A litn retained on all celts until sea- Nut Wood COO. record 2:ig 1st and black head; whtto star nnd snip, son Is paid. of neck black ejtendlnir to dam Win Kuascll. dam or Maud H. under knees, Isrge black spot under belly 2.08 3 4 BILLY BRECKINRIDGE. , extending un flanks and nlilesr inn-b. Will stand at my barn at $8 tojnsure' ,,8'LVER WOOD -mi, in small on - "" "' " '..vv.uuuu lett tideinn disck; Voaled black spot1909 a colt until weaning time. A ilea of back. May 29 a!?iJnnn1:j0nlfnTlBHBroat l"ilur' Slro, The Major of held on all colts until paid for. All Penmoken t921 bred with "' urny CJ49. Bred b, I,. C. l,ntoh- - bone und "stance. haa wum thTtaDKmtw A?T TrtAYLOR & n . Prico. uiay h hnnrti,i fn. i.,., " M. 8. BAUGHMAN, 2 3t Bart"VasV VnTshouId tie iSSford l"1 V. P. No. I. hlg Bplend,d pcrtiRree. rlcn Stanford, Ky. not wh color and kind disposition make n great ulre. UaUMM0. Nst So Barf. SILVER WOOD will mnko th seaVw anr" she said, stooping over son ot 1911 at th barn or F. F. victim tk muaicUa. 1 miles from Hubble on ttje tnux who had just b--a dragged "Is that Mr' under her automobile. "Have the Danville and Lancaster olko at "l'es; they Invited ra to dinner, and ten dollars to Insure a living colt up roil a wlfo?" then they didn't ask me to spend the and all right worst' th30'",h0.Kroanea' "Tl,, 1 evening playing for thtsa." Dtrtt W. L. SLOAN, ever happened , rmv 1 l Kentucky. Jr 2 3-- des-CO- r 111 .,., Fits-Patric- k, 'r-- . - mimmmmm' i'"!i.n"lHiM' 'w SoIvm Priblim of Rhmmalism Xew Remedy Produces SUrulnr Remits With Rrcry form and Condition of Rheumatism. Features Uaknawa Ilirttafars la Any Rheumatiim Trtatmeit. "I cnn Actually feel the rheumatism being- driven out of my bod jr." I tha frequent atatement road, by rheuma tlm sufferers who hava experienced the unique, dellirhtful (Recta of tha remarkable remedy After iO yeara of exhaustive tesla. during which It hail rured permanent' ly In a few weeks terrlflo chronic case ie entire facta," Interjected Mr. "Alias Jimmy Valentine" Hu if AAi1''! . dlf JrT. afafaBBBBSBBW. 1 ' Lb.-'"-I PBHflMaiilaaBBValallvaaaaaaaaaH '"J7'aV'0.BBBflHaBBBI fe4bfc3liaMK'jftV MiSJ&HmWIrmmmW IH'&V aaaal , 'aCrfJaaaaaaaaaaaaaRaaaaattalai' laaaaaaaaaaP!HPaaaaaaaamT ,"i '4it aaaaal - Webster. "No?" "Wo bare a choice of three positions for you, Mr. Vnlentlne," went on Mrs. Webster. "One Is In n Rrnln clovntor," "Yes," smiled Valentine "I can Imagine thru would be n safe place 'for one under suspicion of robbing n bank." Tbo ladles failed lo delect tbo veiled unto of sarcasm. "Tbo nocond," Informed Mrs. Moore, "is ns a iKwkkceper or checker In n scrap Iron yard." "Will under suspicion, I sec," commented Valentino' dryly. "And the third as tbo first malo o Ulcer In the Gate of Hope society," Mrs. Webster proudly declaimed. "Yes," agreed the other charity worker. queried "Treasurer?" the significantly. "No; secretary!" Iioth tbo ladles cried simultaneously. "I bold that honored position now," resumed Mrs. Moore, "but were you Hartford "hulls" hod broken op that imdnlght surprlso party In the vaults of the Fifth National bank. Hardly belleTlng his ears, hardly daring to turn, yet be did turn, nnd ho! saw, crouching bait behind one of tlioj red velvet portiere of otic of the hotel parlor entrances, tbo figure of lied the faco nnd the brick red hair of Hod Flnnngnii, hla old time coworker. AFTER 7 YEARS j 7 , ' rir.vrTr.it vn. I SUFFERING wcaokl of rheuntatieni m eaall as fr. ah, new scema now destined to rant, tiiko ttis pliiee of every other trea' mint known fur rheumatism, lumbui,r, -I ,mWtmWmmWnmr aaaaf S . HaaTaaaal M'm JH gnaMDH KfXiriBJ fca-K- B Novelized by FREDERICK R. 'Mm S7ml ifh',-.S- wM v . ' rri 5A JaBassssssBaaBB, toombs From the Great Play hy PAUL ARMSTRONG Copyrl(ht. 1910. by SClPMm 'jTwim r H -- aaBaaaaV WBBaaaaPvBaaaaaaaaak. JBBBBBaBBaaTBr ..,i .1.. ilnetors Imrlun .;....,. r i. ,i. ...1... ...... .i.i..i. not continue """"? """"J""."" giving IUIIIK9 ...it to suffer without he can bent the law who's crazy," said I.ydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com-ott1 John I. Ilrlar, r lleeueater, a trial. It surely has cured Valentine. VALENTINE, 'WARDEN HANDLER AND ROSE LANE. aa! .HOLF (HitI wwmtera far ofme. "You'd n won out It It hadn't been many cases of female ills, such as inn Inside af 30 riaya hm eared flammation, ulceration, displacements, ' for that Cotton, who blew on jou four-rerheuma!!." Ilea. ! J. J. knltl, but Hifrv "its n note 01 cum Ilbrold tumors, irregularities, periodic linger, of Atanan, ?. V you beat him out of a dame." pains, backache, tlir.t bearing-dowSYNOPSIS. nmntl nnd n tlircat of tlcatli In II, nml a vtoajerfnl reined. It eured la Valentine turned and clutched him , feeling, aud nervous prostration, mr In a few wrfk e( raennaatlain I of Sine Sine prlaon tlio bruto illresnnle! It, nml liu Warden Handler by the arm. kail lor fle yeara." and Detective Ueorge boylv endeurnr in I1I111. a bcait Iwjpp hln slr.e. Ho Iluy u. bottle today and be convinced prevail on 1)111 Avery, a rrleaaed prlxon. ' You rat, don't you ever speak of ' TO TRAVELERS. of Ha remarkable effecta. Pull explafoiiflit silently nml kllltil him Ami a lor to aearcli out Information acalmt her again or I'll murder you." ne !.M-K- a utiltiue, aafa and mer "pal." a yount convict known nation Of nil my life Hint tnnii owtia me" I am the agent In this section powerful action la Riven In every car- Jimmy Valtntlne threw Ited roughly nwny from him. Avery refuaea. an Mr Lane wan only linlf .ilnrtleU nt ton. "Now, get out of here and forget ror the Groat American Doyla and Handler alt." Steamship Die upon tleclnrntlon of lilt tlntisliter your dr'mirlal'B at 11.00 him. Valentin bad threaten otto openm dot a trick you know inc. a, bottle. If you r aatlar.ed with It, ifu AMlelv hv Itie of tier itilmlrntloti nil crntltmle for points. European nt l all tu line "Hood God. Jimmy!" exclaimed the na you will be, set ( bottles for 15.00, JBBBBBBBBKiJW-aaBBB- Bl rfrrrry ao iiferii.jr cm nml NOiitlmi'iilal Inlerost In the and eet rid of your affliction. If your but beautiful f other, "1 wouldn't say anything to Seu me, when you think of trave'Ing. lto let .llmmy Vnlentlne. Ine. aud ' Ilia train-n- l drURKlat ran not aupply you. It will be hy, Id do any SBBBBBBBs! rfaBBBBal W. LANDGRAF, women uoraera in a leecue nitaiion ... T, hurt your feelings. l lntiil:Jim lind already told him that aent on rernlpt of prlra by the 1 the prlaon. I'd Waynesburg, Ky. lataBBBBB? Medlclno Co, 1711 I.lnroln Ava, H BBbIX thing for you; Why,a done your bbit If alie w uioro tlinn ennunlly concern-ff- l Warden Handler heara lloaa till 111. for I'd go to could have. To flrat BsHlVa wll) eoavlnc 'aVABBaBBBLi IbbbbbbbbI- lu the fate of this myxtlfylns aa reacued front a thief on a how aha vary euffarar. you." liVaBBBBH;' .. fr-- K train, and he la an.aaed at a coincidence younc man. whose record waa apparnecemmtnded and Sold By "Will you turn square with me? Convict Jimmy Valentine, No. 129 la ently xo lind nml wbixe personality broucht Into tha warden'a ofUca to oten TmNNER. 6HUCARS That's all I want of you now. Let' a aafa aa an object leaaon to tha vlattora, and atubltloin were certainly Imprcs-fir- e you and I start now and from this Stanford, Ky. In their Rood qualities. Truth and Hot recoarolrea him aa tra m:o S" In Choosing this as t,r- - VTaTTaal 3 minute ou go square. If we starve In aavol hr lh tti!e liiUnn to tell, Mr. I.ane waa considerably YOUR BANK Ihe streets. Will you do that. Red?" aaaaaaraaaaaaar.'aVv f ne cant open In aala. dUltirlx-- d at the altuatlon. but be dexaMnm li .eT. fvWmT nraalr.c Handler Ttie lieutenant cover-no- r termined to accept It phlloMopblcally Valentine spoko In Intenso earnestYou have the assurand Itoaa talk with Valentin, ltoa ness. jTeSiZ pleadj Pcy to aid af .. ance of n service capaPull 1.1 to Kau l.o, No. I'll', mr, whowith handaomi tba young prlaon- - for the preaent nnd to watch careful" W W.Hs r lied hesitated. "One Job to g"t la eten In bine ainc ly the future development ,1l ble of meeting your li()l 1)1)1 SI STei. I eager .l.t stake and I'll go you," he said IHEKE RTOOU J1MMV VALENTINE. ray promlMj for IU'a aak to aak th ' "Honer1 tboJtbiT exdllnteil as the' lon (b ii. iMukt I an bv Wrriiint iy. most exacting requireWhile willing to accept It we would pay n aavernor to pardon Valentine. A atormy Ktrl concluded ber stntonient. . lornti and 011 tu Jtiatiii Morgan Valentine appreciated the characterlatarvWw occur between Handler and be hud realized her attraction toward salary. We agree that your knowl ments, together with Hie dam t .llrntll (itilililiut vns y Valentine istic unwillingness of Ited to leave his the rHcitaetl prlhoner. be bad not edge of the the" courteous considera"Talantlne patiently In prlaon .in imp. ntblin Stulllun '.ilrndl lifelong vocation that of rifling strong alti "The luslde," suggested Valentine. Finally b la Mrdoned and soe to pleased of tbo depth of her feollus for 1 hi rlnin ol lknaey (Jcldilii - 11 boxes nnd safes dceraisl by their mantion, ample capital and him. "Exactly would bo a great help to Klori-nre- . y (iol.lt MltiKo n sou of Albany to thank U KOiernor. I.leuteiiHti I ufacturers to be ''tire aud burglar Hovei n"- - ' "It's no cood to be nhoeked. dad." us." I. large surplus fund, t.alTi foim-- t MorKaii proof." True, the flames wcro some- nnawrred the clrl. "It's true. And Note This la nit :n:rni'ly m:..J "Doubtless." perfect organization I times foiled by the thicknesses of met-- 1 ilorran Stallitn, th hlixxl mm In CONTINUED FROM LAST TUESDAY tben be went to pritoit in the death "Then you accept, Mr. Valentine?" and efficient and able al aud asbestos, but rarely had lied A rich dappled hay. lilac k c!t'inand "No. ladles," decisively. IC linmla h.fi 1'xi ihhiiuI polnta, been foiled by mere Inani,U management I Flanagan ' e" " "You refuse tbo position?" "."V- l"K ftnlllou of preit licnuty mid action. lime ,ea.M,r It tiience. hail t.mde a Is;:. every tnv "Yes, ladles. In fact, I decline nil mate metal or time locks rarely. In vv M Ii api.'cd nml rntliimnrn mid unnxcol .r..M..i nt h. r MtHer ..s .be ,)loou ,e1(i m deed, when accompanied by No. Vib'J, your positions." 1.(1 as u proiltiri-- r of liiRti riag hov fiiturn of Jimmy ale.. ,.e llor fa- , w The Gate of Hope reprcseutatl es the man who, us Warden Handler deload nml Knrlern lion-oThe re f ltaat all woll ln.lll. vlib hennl rttijl rose and assumed expressions of ex scribed him, openetl safes solely by torda til hl-- t prodiirt Do: In Htinu brotti linli streiLi'il with outrroppltii name 7" .mil hno rti'KH !hot Ida "Ves. I do." aliif ant treme Indignation at the unexpected the sense of touch. Vnlentlne knew rliow 'f urn;. M11IU1I ItiJulci'titlv upon ber iM'tit ns a producer ot tin" ou one. I know, but even repulse nml refusal of their well the bold that the unlawful life be, "He lie bml nun-o- l mi livr Ji'vount to place IlKIt- "-cave A IihiK nt iinnml aalthad followed Invariably secured t too, meant but III advised offers. il rtliirlil iHiiltlun, Vn'eutliijf In it be rimlnclni, ! ou unit Its votaries, and he wns not sur"Ingratitude!" they exclaimed. "Well. what t reason nl .tit f.M ml hi I. Mil .1i.ltl.tki . t.. v h.iFll. mean anything of It? Does a name Will make the Vnlentlne, who had deprecated their prised when lied hesitated to leave It to real men mil wom:ny farm 'i I 'J inllea ftoin S'anforil, I vr be tlnrotl to opcuie fni tbo exiiinrlct for the dubious rewards of "going one In all advances because of their evident mis!C., at $15.00 to Inniir.' n Hunt; colt exnetly the employment the clrl ile en? No. 'I lie one comes-t- he . the world -- nml. wcll-th- afs Mnrr-all there trust of him in spite of bis pardon, ns straight." kept nt 10 ronta pi-- r i.nj N to love." shown by the nature of the positions Heat Attention Khcn hut not rcapun mum! eil for him. "No," nuswered Valenine; "nothing Capital "Now, nit down nml listen, 1I.11I." the lbl for accltlenta or ecapeH, A pauae cuhuml The father was they had ofTered him. resolved on a for me but work from now on work, And girl auld. oroHxIni; to a Mifa. F. flEID. course of action that would, he honest work, bard manual labor If first to apeak. "Hut. Itoee. tbN la a mnl desperate Surplus "IV you think be known how you thought. dMpnsc of them and at the necessary. I'vo quit the old game for cl tiling ( up kii ex (outlet untl fts-lsame time afford him a long craved keeps, Itcd." he aakeU nympathetJcally. put tilm tu a Iwink." Mr. I.:itie Corner N?xt to e "No. nor he never will unless you amusement. lied, plainly nonplused at this revoMADE ON "No; plenso do not say that," he lutionary cbnnge of heart In, his forevaome tby of "la he an ex eonvj.-- t If be waa protested elaborately. "No, no. I Stanford, Ky. me." mer "pal." stood speechksts for a mopmIuj"!'' " atyed the trirl. tbs positions you offer me ment. Jimmy Valentine, the k3I man reljrved'.r ''nn ptMciNo 1 feur lie, vriin in. I'l.lu'l I in ticCie " I'te wtrld wcul.l ' t nouil-- e. tljtl " AND ALL KINDS OP lu the toti'.ili,.- lu Ills I. ne. I1.1I "lui'iietl 1101 nil '" iquuriO' Merciful mints; Was Ihe "Will ion wall until I nee the CorMachinery : "Vi I "What do you menu?" iisfcu! one of World I t'r U" tbeie ntvs AL Ij.st h el nor, ItiMtt? tu :iti end l.el Us 20 tu are ului tbo ladlea. cbunre that be ui'kIii " ' j recovered nnd nah bis opinion of the natter." SPECIAL TOOLS TO OROEK bis ability to talk. you ee." went ou Valentine "Ob. 'Hut Ihe iruifrtiur lardouiil blni.' Oladly. and be wUI believe In him. He bad an Inspiration COOO SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES that he H I .....t kl "Cullty men have l.rs:i panlouisl." I know." said the ttrl euthuslaaUcal- - """--"- "', "" ""! e.H. thought might win ValonUtie over, EST KQUIPPCD world might say that The Klrl otjkl not lie KalntaM. ly. She benrd a atep behind her. and you ma).e mm wme , b, MACHINE SHOP IN THE BLUt juu-n-- uu iotp wua wnv "Itut I wnut vou lt file this man a ' alto turned, "What about the coppers? suggestGRASS. ejactllatetl tbe nstonlsbetl . chance, dad a insM .bailee. He rlaUe.1 There, with bis bat lu bis hand, well ed Ited. "Are you dippy enough tu ELECTRIC bis life mir to sire me from Insult." groomed und wearing 11 well cut autt ladles. DANVILLE MOTOR ltrn squure7" r "Ut the woild say what It dare!" thluk they'd let you rotoried Valentin She palled b.-- father's atmiilder plead- "Yes. Why clothes llSbt brown, the proclaimed f the pedantic little Mrs. like a flash. not?" CO. ItiKlj mid nrfectltimleh "What finre they got to stood Jimmy Moore, lifting ber cbln defiantly. rshlotalIe color-tb- ent "I know; I knov.V declared Mr. IJtne. Valentine DANVILE. KY., 1C3 N. Fourth SI "And so goedby, my dear ladlea." do with honest men?" "Ami joti must see him" Hose wns Again "Mr, Valentino:" exclaimed the girl. snld Vnlentlne, bowing almost to the dotibt did Ited llnd cause to actually lioctmilii; fetrful of tlieeml. CROMWELL'S' MtDONALD, JR. On approved security "Mlas Ijiue. how do you do?" atep-phithe sanity of his floor. "Oh. I'll ms blui, of etMirtH, hut to quickly forward, extendlns bis With anger lu their glance and their for hero be was overlooking entirely Cromwell's. .VlcPoiiPltl. Je, a blnek put him to work In the bank -- why. (in ml. whenever conditions walk, chins and uuses pointing almost In bis childish reasoning the remorsetu'itula IiIkIi, star In fore Hose. It seem like llyliu In the faeo ncrne. IT. "This Is my fulber," She presented toward tbo celling, the two members less, dismal certainty that Jim detechead, years old. mid Is tin excellent of Providence." Valentine to .Mr, I.nne, who welcomed of the Gate of Hope soc lety stalked tives would force hlui to "poath" ou Preferwarrant "Dad, doesn't It mean anything to Mm pleasnully. raddle borne. his old pals or any oue else lu the uti- out of the hotel parlor. I'niuiM cli'H McDonald, Jr., waa sired you that I want It ilone?" Tears Further conversation by the three Jimmy Valentine, chuckling In bis derworld of whom be could obtain ence, of course,! being to Rather In Ihe slrl's eyes. by Cromwoll McDonald, lie Ii) Hex was interrupted by tbo entrance of sank Into a chair to await .' formation desired by the jaillee. in "Why, of course." relented the fa- Sirs. Mooro "hort, Vnlentlne bad overlooked tbo MoDotutlil, nSJJ, ho by n.nrK Sniiltrc! and Mrs. Webster, return-lnj- f the return of Miss Lane and ber father. given to our regular ther. "Your mother left you III per Lime-th- e girl who "nlool plgiim game." the despair of from tbo tea room. Mr. I.ane and Miss Ijiuo-llo- so Urn's dntu l.ticy Mrlloiiiild hy Hi ir cent of the bank atook, and thai alum) crook who bad uver trl.il to "go f ew-rUoso departed to so to the gutcrnor's had saved him from Iho horrors L'CTS Squirrel, 1st Uani Mur Mire depositors. would make me listen did j 011 see lit j by Cninineli "b, by abltii;tiii ii; to even ask It, but who knows nbout chamber, and the two members of tbo that "bit of tcu" at Sing Sins. How htralgbt." "Aw, don't kid jourself." warned was, he murmured. She Onto of Hopo society aud Jimmy Vabeautiful she Hmltli .Mnro by John Dinar' him, nnd vuppose It became known 2nd dam Ited. "The copixir 'II let you bo mjuiuv had n heart. Ami she cared something lentine seated themselves. :inl dam Knvnnatigli'ii nrey liile, S7. who bo wna aud what be had done?" stool pigeon. If jou Up off for No. 1289; that was apparent. Just If jou're "And now, Mr Valentine, concern-li)This horfc'K dam, (llliiin:er, U a "I've tliiuiirtit of all that, ami I want your future," bejrun Mrs. Web-ste- bow much did caie? Just what did old pala. No other way." bay mnro fonled, lil)i; hired hy WuhIs you to rial; It, and my 10 per cent How, for iustauce, luuld he care? If "Absurd! man lived straight be "what do you contemplate might In time win such a girl for bis Ihey 'do' molf" liiKton SI, WnttliliiBloii'-- j si.o by from wunls you to risk It." fu- i'01"' lica- - Itoae?" Tbo well 73. 1st dum Ku).iU Hoiiniurk ti'i. wu Yes; that was life. And Jimmy What about Kid "Absurd, eh? "Oet a position." searcbcii llio younj: her'" Leeu aleutlno uow bad his chnuco to "go , .ttecle? Ho turned square, but bo bo by Wiishlimton Denmark 01. "We buvo already urrniiReil that for "011, Mr. Valentine." Tins oxolleiit liors., will make tlieiK,ri'" announced Mrs. straight," he.reasuncd. Stranger things wouldn't o..dcnl, aud Job after Job they How returned Mn utanw culmijr. had happened. The girl had revealed j threw him out ot till he was lnini;ry Mooro complacently. MSkun ot 1111. nt my place. I ' CrM rUl u? That Is ery thoughtful, ladle. already, had the not, that she knew a in tbo street. Then u copper offered nor.l. or Crab Oichard. on tlo l.in-eyoH iinilliicbliiuly i..L.,r, n colt lor prison sentence could not kill tho good to stake him to a feed if he'd 'turn water !k. nt J15 to ,.,. , ww Int- "- Monro did not er "Mrs. exactly convey in n man If n single genu of It yet- up' an old pal. 'And bo murdered tbo retained on colt . tbmnht Uiev ww llt.ri,es a ,nv ,it0 Tour months. A lingered lu him? The old life wns be- cop on the Bpot, and uow he's doing ler bervlco. Money duo wnen Mkvii ot tuemKelvM nml bored iiinii mm now. rue future gieimcd life. Turn square, en? That moaus la trrtded or pitrti'U with. t,'nro taken , to death. Ami 0110 day from a bright and beckoned blni on. Never bo a stool or a bum lu our game." BA.LKER AT COLD STEEL preu-n1 l accidents, hut not ib?l'oii-'cjoa- r to Ly, when was struBBlhiR again would be Ited raised his hands protest lugiy I 1 v ouhln't let p cut my foot blblo should any occur. the arms of a blear eyed brute who "Jimmy! Jimmy!" A harsh whisper and turned his face away from Valen j ' 'i "Md II Vntititni, Ohio, hissed Its wn. Into his ears. Wll also Blind u splctuld yount; bent mo if I dareil tnovo a baud, tflls tine. ;. i ..ad been ib.tusli .. 'vi' Jack thrco years old, ID bunds hiKh at man came. Jimmy Valentine started up !n "Heat tho coppers," Insisted tbo oth. . 110. "There, was no blare of bugles or yonr. uu axe. That voice, (fiat whlier! He er. "Get away wbero they can't And Snuin tonus and condition. uB nbovo. Anything but utter courage, llo made lostced I tired Ilncklon's Arnica Sutve lad tint hc'ird It Mn-- t- the night Ihe! you. Wo can do that." Crab Orchard, Ky the rutluiu learn me. His voice was GU3 QEIbZL. v 'ur Ci 1 I low, I eould xcareely hear what bo t.l I 't'l bl rnmniMM CONTINUED NEXT WEEK g hua Iho unique feature; of certain symptoms which um t ho title mil oiutroln to tha .utTcrer tint it' pi Its lire lx (III urrljr rllmlanled. .1 l'laul- - iutely free ip-opiates if ciiikiT' i a drug, another wal.iune feature Purlhertnore It la KUaruntccd absolutely tin to reaulte, Kiitit nml nourslffla. . r , aBB V mm ff Waavy "-- 'IKrnl IFfC WtmW m$Wmm jflrifafv lrJfW f - QiBBaB ABBrBBBBaTaMBBaJL BBBBaaaaanaaS KaaaWaaaai HUBTaaVaPaTr ' ''iMBaaaaaaaHr JVdaaaaPaaTaVnr aaaaaV HfBBBBBaaBnY Pink-hi- m nt beholding before I WflS Cured by LyUia E. the man who bad In the ham's Vegetable Compound In many old day. liocn his ecompll 0kla.-- "I had female tron. questionable ndvcntnres. No; he had Was for fceven years, was nil rundown. coneludtsl wrongly. No: ho was not nnu so nervous 1 could not do nny- jet free from all the associations of thing. The doctors years which ho the years past those treated mo for difwas endeavoring to forget, ferent tilings but "Hello, Itcd," ho finally nddrcsscd did mo no good. I Flanagan. "Como out from behind pot so had that 1 the curtain. The coast Is clear for could not sleep day you. How did you know I wns bore?" or night. Wliilo In "Oh, leave it to thl3 condition I read Itcd cumo forth. of I.yilla j:. Pink, me, Jimmy, to keep track of mi old linm'a VogcttiMla pal." He held out bis hand, which compound, nnu Kbook. Valentino llslb-sslits use and Ited could not understand bis for- - wrote to Mrs. Pinkham for ndvlco. In mer companion' Indifferent manner gained my nvcrago n short time I had weight and am now strong and well." "What's wrong?' bo naked. "Nothing. Jus. SAM.I12 rvn:vj.:;t It- - . 1); so. "Aw, cut It out. Souiethin'ft cut Ton 3, JJox 31, Waurlka, Okla. guessln', an' so don't try to kid rau." j Another (Jrntefrtl Woman. Huntington, Mas. "I was In a The reUnscd convict looked mcdl-- i and for thrco vous, run down nt Iteil Then he spoke. cduld llnd 110 help. J "Ilctl, did jou ever 'do a bit?'" "Ijowo my prti sent good health to Pure-Juli- et. Lydia E. Plnkb.im'sA'egeUhle Com- "And you havd been In one of those aul JJloo(l 1.yriier which I boles nml still think It's n good llevo saved my life, " My doctor know a what helped mo game?" sneered anil does, not fciy 011ft v?6V.1 ftgnlnst it." "You've weaketiril-eh- ?" Mrs. Maih ,FArrrri: Date?, Ilox Hod. J IMMY VAMSNTINi: pcrlcnced slowly re- - i ly ! 'm en American .. " Pren AiiocUUon ii7 lBaaaaaiawSBieiSBaWraBE Vn inure -intzy. it'..!.. k ,... ,. r 11ttj "." n ar UII1-M'- V inns-lero- il JsSSBS V" ' iti -- 1 ai 11 nl. n Amm I Chi-eaa- miSimW .Ss-- -' A&i J a 1 SERVICE Horsey Galddust 12052 inr tra (BSp,., 3frZp. I.itfcV. aj 1 11 li, fr rcid T Lincoln s 11 ro-nl- , .i. pn-aon- t" County National a Bank REPAIRS - 200,000 Coort-loiJs- tlo-pl- r pro-teslt- sl dsy-bell- hlm-wor- Motor Cars con-vlrtt- re-fu- ix 1 t!tV e' niU'.ni-demand.- - 1 Is-.- ""' 111 1 . "Oh-h-h!- " ui mm I I WE MAKE' LOANS it B n 1 B r, 11 11 "J oi-c- s ' I "? .." State Bank ... 'i marow, , Trust (o. t On-t- or mra&, ' mm, '.-- 'i'r ILMlti.J'81 r -- "ay i-- KSQksm&uiiB wp4nrfr-r- - WfT Th t nmBMMrBoaBMnaMNHMisNHHsMMHBaaBBMSaBMSI IIIHIRllIIIRIMIIKklIRl?REIllllll).HfMIIIIIIIIHIinflllllHmil At Special Prices for Mail Order Cus- tomers. Send your Order in at Once we Will see That it is Carefully and Promptly Filled. We also Pay Forwarding Charges on all Purchases to the Amount of $5 or more within 200 -- j VlC3rI0NS NTI()IO IN If I could afford it, I wouldn't wear any but silk stockings?" This season you can afford it for Phoenix silk hose cost no more than good lisle. And they are real thread silk, with all its soft, shim-mer- y elegance. Haven't you eni Tkread Silk of-- j proof A Miles of Louisville. Fin8T RAILROAD FARES REBATED AT OUR TRANSFER DESK, FLOOR. TO ALL WHO WISH TO DO THE IR SHOPPING LOUI3VILLE. ten said, flose 75 .. hi .. SHOlll w .,.-....?- ( ) rtnarrm ' tiii-cfill, VU fil)li you to tirratlio drop, expand i.- i...' i....... i.ii yuur cmiurcu wear iiiiiks, (lu-m- . Come In Mxes for men, women nm ti.. ihu 25 mid cMldron. tier spcelnl LADIES' t rents, cent value mail or-- 1 BELTS t'er-fee- t rittlng, washable, onch In a nice l,o for limiting. All size. 25 cents aluu order 13 cents. SANITARY SEKVIETTES Antiseptic absorbent and odorless by ill physicians. Hacked f In n box Ma'l order special 25c. rccom-iin'iiilc- SANITARY Box of 4 Pairs $3. Warranted to BUST FORMS. Kspeelally designed DRESS SHIELDS. a regular Unhome imo. t'p ((Htuto, correct kind, nil new goods nt nn rxtruotdi Hltfl 4 only. Hues anil proportion. Mall A splendid nnry low price. help for every dretninkor. Send order special per pair fi ctnl-- . 'Ize of Injur. il.7r tiilue mnll order special J Lift. DRESS SHIELDS. Klolnert make, opporilrn n Jmt receMeil 5,O0i BUST FORMS. A hell to borne tunity nml lnmiw lor Htntf nte ot bunt. 7jc riii to lay In n miply. 15c iiid lite value mnll order special 5!H'. n,clnl No. It, 7c, Milne mnlt order DRESS FORMS. Complete, fur- ii dozen, No. I, H cviiIb ii down, prr nished with extension stand that enn l' reotK. be ml fed or lowered to uny desired tOO YARDS SPOOL SILK, hUelc s!lrf lenKtlr. J4.00 vnlite mail order 7fi ent vnlue null order idcx la I special $2..'n. Tlir Mine form with extra nickel trimming lor $:i,tn I.er dwell Ii oents. lor HOOKS AND EYES lllnck and white nil 2 iioicti hookir. and eyti on m curd, ft rnt value, mull jrder rpettiil i cardh tor J8 cent- hIt. dress-maker- HOOK AND CYE TAPE-H- ust lioek riiiI oytM Mnll order pr doen ynrts fl.jo per yard rlal l.'ic. 4 Ot evry sty.w, every tlze. ItiittoiiH mad'i to ordur t iJMir noiUii from your own . tiiatei-liilhItalned (Ut or roinbutttjon ntylr I'rointl attuutloti Klvc to order. BUTTONS color, MT. ov-e- ry Wear 3 Months Without Holes m STEWART DRY GOODS CO., HM incorporated. Louisville, Kentucky. ve replace them with new pairs free. Phoenix silk hosiery comes in all the fashionable shades of the season. If any of the four pairs show a hole within three months IIIIMB1BBI1PBW1'I"IJ"IBI'""1 THE FARMERS Henry L. Casey, D. V. Come in and Look COW-EAS- E HUGHES MARTIN & CO., STANFORD, at Them KY. RELIEVES CATTLE and FROM FLIES. A liquid s HORS-E- S mater preparation carefully compounded from right consistency for applying with a sprayer, and It will ials.. It Is of thi not gHTi up tnc hair or blister the skin. Every dairyman and every owrcr of livestock should use COW EASE during the summer season. Its ue is a humane act, and it also saves mot.-efor the stock cwner. as a herd of n'lleh cow3 that are sprayed regularly through the sunmer months will yield on the average from 10 to 20 more mi'k than they would if COW EASE was not applied. in fly time, In the case of horses: a mettlesome horse wiM Iosj flesh drying, he will keep n COW EASE before wnercas If he is sprayed y pe-cent rOSTKU FaUier Leo, W. 11. King. Sarah K. .Martlu, J. T. Murti-Former Director Animal Industry Krod Ilandot!.. Philippine Islands. (ood farm fur private sale. Tonus Inarian Unitod Stutes Army easy. See Mrs. Hcbecoa H. . Office LOGAN'S STAPLE, llioiu- - IJ?. ARent American Hcr Cholera Serum DANVILLE. KY. For rialc. Seed torn, (Sold Stiindnrdt jollow unproved itoouo county corn, A FRESH LOT OP THE CHEAT fl-- o per biibliol. .lohn Cook. FEED JUST RECEIVED Ihero woro abon 100 cattle on tlmt iinrket hero Monday. Tripling wiw titiw, but modt of LUvm chuiiKCd liatidsil iv I'tr, -. 3. to fl it from l cents. 15? J II liaiiKlnniWr bought from H. 1. ( pound initio '..srter nlno extrv rtoiiday at : -t cents. J Williams lobt two fltio . jMI, Maj Wnnt Mmks J I uimns-wo- pt mutton cl ro"i eating wnlte !Unr last wt-pt TtflC when pmflU are in nhwtp 1 I in Salu. wwuww jm raanin wv win Diir Nice youut; drlinKli'; rrffl odI tou kMDTouranlDuli irre from voroii. tft 1'. t - hands high, without a blemi.. work anywhere. Aply to Will Htma rCarpentvr-lliiHtonvlllo1'1-- Veterinarian. mm S. SS m r -' yjigggjilfiil'iiiitiili iMMiifliii!. ii ((ibffllr&' . -- god condition. W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. HXr luittUMeierrour)Cot f(dlteU. ) lor Ji.SH. ip winiuriiri wfawrItrrti tat uilii: ung artirj V II. Land l)mif;ht..--i pony of v daj. o .hku i K'ra. fatirUrannn-tar- inraiij, bj tbo WiUu;r for fSO, two usHk cor for rV. r. rut M nillpo-ititr- lr rlean oot the worm, not only la jour Leep. b''t In errrr other anlDialoo sour blace. lbl wonderwork. losrtt-medII det r and eijel eTerj lAafinr theao!malfirtrtdlffet Otvirno J J4 4 (.V ;.- -; . logOr.'wfiftt, a mari) oi folium for f 17.'... Uh alsj bought acres of land from llji Driglit 'JiI pdf PT xyr ' Queen Kjy nK Quality " styles for Spring and they're heautics. Wi; did not believe vc Ju . received our new hti vRJ tX H 1 lt UereUatl.O. ,rj Wm i U. h. OVERSTOCKED 6th and MONDAY, 8th. Will sell them so cheapjyou can't afford to pass them by. On Embroidery and Lace. make special prices on all Embroidery and Laces SATURDAY W"ill unliook sold a mincli ot 'Kgs 1 1 .louki. and conU, o)d Croi.at i n cow to W. M. I)uu8Mi lor )ID to Jones, and Crrss n ctr nnd iai". for ii. Jri sir 7 ra- - rm '' '.r t v.'ule leeduig lilh on Wed Sat-V- ef I ni day tuoililiiK uuh I the Vk lousam In sold tt V. White, c. iiiali attacked C.in)r Toilif county and ton Id not be Kateii ( ri until it had. bitt olt one o: IiiUt's oars. Tin jnr was cut awn) up to WtilU' testul, the Mrso ''! ren cow, wlilt In fuee. Mvallml:ig thu HtotL The wr.cnd is Lost nick out of enr, dehorned, brands on a very ugly on ai4 Vs caimlnii moth riKlit hip, part of bush of tall icoae. U pain. Klvuip milk. Left April -- 1. Howard fatnrilay. May i:ith. wli: Ho -- )erli for information lending to her return. Day' at tho .IjhijmtiIIu Jock-q- r .liili Mrs. John Nnytor. Stanford, Ky., It. F. Ucounds. A large uumlmr ot liorsoa I). No. 4, earo H. I. Blankenshlp. arc already (uartrHl ftt (Jiurchlll Downs getting rendy for the mei'ting. John CckkIi sold a coinbl'vM niy. FOR SALE PRIVATELY! i On account of an excosn of business pddlng for 51T0 to Sam (5ock. II v. ........ u rf culfl In .Ilimmrv. fot VminrJnv ... ... ..... 1 desire to sell my mill at MclClnnoy, Ky, It has a capacity or 73 barrel oS delivery thl.i montli, tf.Vl".', pouudhogt.j flour per day; machinery In Rood con- li Cress aud Joiuw at 7 cfwtj. dition. Situated on tbo Q. k. C. road an J M. F. Lawrvnen sold an aged iimU . draws patrotiaRp, from t usey and oth- to Thos. HUgnll tut 100. Siim J. lliin-er cotintle. good turnpikes lead to It iIh sold tils ttoo: to J. IX Kads nt 1M nnd is In the heart or n line wheat cents. .0 e. Withers stld 10 liitulii-a- i 5 centa and cents t' Luton & Co licit. For further partrlculars wrlto S. It. Hausoti sold a m:re to a Sou cor fcca J. S. Murphy, McKlnnoy, Ky. tet party for $21T., W. I), tliuison iuld n good l:urso to same tJr $tsfi NOTICE OF OISHOLUTION. JaB. KtcKcohnlo loia. a good muk Hitstonvlllo Holler Mill Com-IanThe a corwratlon under the laws of by death of rollo wortil 2'JC. 1). M. .Andcrton so4J fcome c rn, tw Etato of Kentucky, doing bMslnw.t in Burn good, Makes no clinkew, The Kind tti0 town of lltistonvllle . Kentucky., Ilaugliiaan and Co., at . l& now closlns ut) Uh biulnoss aa n Give you 72 or very orpori'tlon. All personn having claims John Hooch sold a ounch Sixteen: Bushel ogalnst It will present them for pay hoJ to C'ns A: Jotios ad J Pounds ment. L. T. Youiik SecftTrens. Zi-- t cents.. V. Ii. Thompson bought! a eon Ounces to the Pound". and calf and tw tows and J shoat COLLIER'S GAP t'. iiauara'xw uo. ThlB place Is o na boom. KairnorB are Iot K. (I. i)lrky hati a flno huok, tihrop Betting ready to pluut corn but not Impoittii) from KngliuiJ, wlionu tery uiany nro going to raUe tobac IwniFpii.. he will soon advertise in the "y co. k. J. KENTUCKY. STANFORD, Mies Harnh lohnron nnd MIbh I'ol-llIra Moser sold his lamta tn l. ! Hrock both ol tJarrnrd aio th lloltzclaw- for Jimu deilvorjr at C cents, B: rrr r- rt attractlvo guobts of Mr. and Mn.. J. J. 1.. LwnaTonl bought III head of NOTICE OF DISSOtUTIONI yearlings from I'ov & Lilian!. Il.'i II. Say lor. Mrs. .1. II, llnrriB. daughter jiiJ bong hit u sow and plgb. ol Win. I.uiih j DELIVER to glw proper atlen- Heine uijaoi WE WILL grnndfather visited her daughtw Mra lord tor '!'. solil a H-- ' Pmnd prlng ' tlon to tU dnig biislne!, I havo Bold A. K. Noakos Monilay. . Lutibforil for Ji5, nnd t cr U U. my Interest lu the New Stanford Drug work ,W. It. Land a carrluso horso lor Jti. Mrs. W. D. Anderton has i!n.. to J. AV. Hryant a TCBtstered phar. ('. Hayes bought a larm or 110 inae for Mr, W. M. Dyehouxo at 1'reach tmiclst, well known to Stanfortl peo- AT YOUR DOOR ray rorwer crsvlllo but Is nt homo with his fami- jurros from Audrov 'luckor for 11,200. pie. Ho and P. W. Whlpp M. N. I'.obblns bouglit 12 your partner vlll continue tho business at ly nt this writing. by pnono and give us ,Vill us Thanking tho peo I Mr. Ollle Hentz .Men In llarrU and yearlings ol Ik Kldwoll nt .i cents; the same old stand. fresu moat and pie for their liberal patronage nnO ask O. W, Noakos, Jr or Ilne Hill an sold 2i head ot shoep to same for yli'i order lor our ulce, Uenjainln Howard sold thrto calves at borne visiting the folks. ln theiu to continue same with tho I new groceries. always ro- - Mr. John H. Frazler, or near here to Wallace Oovcr lor 40, cleaa now firm where they will 1'oindDxtcr to work ror K. U. Mrs. K. L. King sold e. cow to A- J. celve courteous and careful attention. 'wont to MEAT lialley for ?ao. J. C LYNN for settlement ot all , Manuel. Call lor I request an early Mrs. Oiib Crow who has boou vory Mrs. Lucy J. Nuckles had a good duo tho old tlrufi Atr account and And cow to die. A. J. Ualluy sold a CQU t at the drus store. W. U. elck la Improving sllowly. books found I and cult to Dante': Slustor lor i for Crocerle. O'UannoD. 4.AND & BUCHANAN Ihih il y W. sucn footwear possible at the trice. The tnahers have outdone themselves. Smart, snaftfiy styles with plenty of comfort and service just what you have been looking for. You'll buy here eventually. Why not to-da- J!) yff, JM I I few bJ.'j y? ft m m PENCE BROS. Stanford, - - - Ky. Cummins & Wearen, Stanford, Ky. &JA L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky, 5i f -.. 3PT , -.n - Men's Hats. this Spring. It embraces many of the new ideas Broadbrim, low crown Derbies', Telescope styles' with pencil edge or snap down brim and new light shades with contrasting trim--' mings. We unte VOU to see this assnrtmemf rAV f and that Utile Aes. We and to the tt S j. V PL WcJHfeel justly proud of our collection of hats, J. H Baughman & Co. i o MLM. -- Meats & Groceries bin JMJi m . d ' - W. E. Perkins, ifcwniiitii Ji a CRABORCHARDi'lf KENTUCKY. rlirfL- -. W. . -- A t3Mi -- .