You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Stanford interior journal: May 16, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911051601_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: May 16, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ;r?rcs.??i rcyjwqw KIKrtwafrmUtetfrjt .,. I.,.": . -- scrrw VOLUME XXXVIII. The Stanford Interior Journal NO. 38. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1911 EVERY TUESDAY. AND, FRIDAY. ii ' l.i ' r. I 'J P. M, at Stanford Illght school SUDDEN DEATH rhupel llnccalaiircntn Sermon May 21st FROM APPENDICITIS MYSTERIOUSLY MISSING 10:43 A. M., Kev. A. A. lllgglns nt Presb) tcrlon church. Ulna Day lly clnsa I'Jll 10 A. M., COME8 TO W. B. LAND, OF FIRM COUNTY FORMER LINCOLN OF LAND A BUCHANAN ON Walton's Upcrn house, YOUNQ MAN MYSTERIOUSMONDAY NIGHT. Matlnco Itccllall Tuesday May 23, LY MI83INQ AND FOUL It P. M, at Walton's Opera Mouse. PLAY IS FEARED William II. I.nnd, partner In the firm Annual Commencement Kxerclaca or Land & lluchanan, dlod suddenly Btanord High School, Wednesday May Hubert . McKechnle, Hon or Squtro 24, 8 1 M at Wnlton-Opera lltiuan ht hla home on Kast Main street about this city, hai Address by Dr. Arthur Yager, Preal-den- t live o'clock TuoBdny morning. Ho was James MoKcchnlr.of mysteriously disappeared Horn tils taken ill on Monday afternoon, about ol OrorRclown College. homo In Louisville, nnd fears (lint lie May '.if., ono o'clock, with a severe pain In hla Annual Recital-Thurm- ny hak met with foul play nro entertain- 8 abdomen, and w.ih carried to hla home I. M nt Wnlton'a opera Jlouso. ed, Mr. McKechnle, who bus boon Admission free to all except the an- shortly nltcrwnrd Bur.erliig Intensely or the nual superintendent nualatniit recital on Thursday May 25, and Dr. J. V, I'cyton pronounced It apl.lfo Insurance Com-mn- the iroeeeda from this will go for pendicitis, but wna unntilo to do nny. Commonwealth fulled to allow up nt ti In oUlcelast school purposes. 1 he public la cordlnl thing for it, na It una evident that the .Monday morning nook, .May Sth, nnd ly Invited to attend nil Hieso exercises luahidy had advanced too far to b1 ulnco that tlmo private detectives hnv Ihe recltnla are under tio nusplccs ot checked. Mr. Land lingered in great been endeavoring to licntc lilm with.) the department of music, elocution, l.iitn until early UiIk morning when Ilia last wordrf na he left out success, lie made his homo on :ird and physlrnl culture All will bo enter he expired town lor hla home when stricken, l.venm, nnd on Sunday afternoon, had taming nnd Instructive were "Thla will kill me aure.". Ho taken the gentleman with uiium lie honrdc-dlor u drlvo In tiltr automobile Haines the Uincaster Insurance had siillercd from chronic appendicitis a mild form for soino time, It la A letter written to his wile, who has man, Is your friend in such cases na said, nnd the sudden enlargement nnu been vIhIIIiik ber parents, .Mr. and Hull keep you protected Irom bursting or thnt m)stcrloua little orgttti .Mrs, J A. Hammonds nt llustnnwllu llila. utter-iknii- i known as the appendix, resulted . loss. for a low weckii, dated Sunday wna received by her Monday Mr lind la survived by his wire, rtatlng that bo would cntienvor lo Ret Murphy Heme Burns and four children, they being the isaway from buslnesa thU week In sue or former mnrrl.iRcs, he hnvltir order to come to Lincoln county and HAVE CLOSE been mnrrled three times. He wab OCCUPANTS r AND It'll lila father goodbye beforo tho a son ot the late Kobcrt Lund, or tlvo CALL FOR THEIR LIVES lelt tor n trip to Scotland. .Mr McCedar Creek nelghborhiMid, who Is Kechnle wreilo to hla wlfo every day About l.'.SO Sunday night the home wild to have expired suddenly In the durlnR her iitiHence nml In no letter cd John S. Murphy the well known Mime way. Mr. Iind had been en- did bo mention nny other plan rot IIIh belongings In MrKlnney miller and farmer win raed In buslnesB In Stanrord nod leaving the city. on lire. So sound worn Row land for a number or yenrii and bin room were lei I practically un- discovered the occupunta sleeping that the roof vvak Know ii nnd respected as a pub-I- k touched, only hla overcoat being misson the renr part was almost ready to bpirlted business man. Ho was a ing. It wna loi.nd that he had drawn on lull In before the fire wna dlxcotcrcd number of the lodge of .Mnccnbeea, f '''-,-s Irom his bank .i ciewMlt only by desperate work utid It the Satiirda- - before bis disappearance a small Hat of the furniture was part 4 hut Jio had told hla wife previously, A number of relatives were spend DEATH THREATENED that be Intended to change his bank-- j lur, tho night at .Murphy home the iiiK place. Un Saturday he paid up Ms, TO HORSES BY POISON having come trom n distance to nt lioard for a week. in advnnce, as was tend the burial of Mr tlurphy's sister, seeming to Indlcktc that, lile cuKtom. A. I Hoot the JJ before, nnd JAKE ROBINSON RECEIVES AN UN I Mrs he hud no thought of lending. they rendered material axrllHtauce to USUAL ANONYMOUS LETTER A number of personal letters, the A ncphow, Mr. Leslie CarIhe fundi AND SUSPECTS WRITER which wa, hey to Mb automobile, ter, In attempting to get out some furambled In a garapc and other personal niture ventured In ohm or Hie rooms An iilio)inous letter, threatening ullt'cla were round In his room t ok eth- once too often and tho smoke and death by poison to thu U)rses on bU er with all hlk tlotnlng except his lire cut off bin oscupe througb the tarni. In thu event a certain brood overcoat doorwuy Ho vviih compelled to leap mare wan not given to the writer of .Mr McKechnle was n UiorouRlily from a window nnd in iloltiu so tfll the epLhUe, was received by Jake temperate young man. of splendid1 and sustained a bndl sprained arm liobluson, one or the moht pi eminent were, habits, and bin business attaint As there bad been no fire In the fanners In this section of the state in first class condition, an exaiiilna ' hoiiHe blnre the noon meal Mr. Mur- Mr. Robinson lives on the Danvlln So far as known he had phy In In doubt as to the oilglti ot like, the llo)lo Lincoln tlon showed line dividing nc trouble or any sort. the conflagration but thinks It caught bis farm in hair. Mr McKechnle was 2S yearn of age from sparks from the factory engine .Mr. ItoMiibon entei:aliiH suspicious mid an experienced insurance man. nearby Ills loss It about x.i.oimi with as to the authorship ol the letter, and He was employed lor some time at il.'.lioO Insurance. c.ui.e to town last vvri.;: and talked Tampa. Flu., before going to lmls-vlllover the matter with County Judge and hln brother, Crover .McKech S lialle) vvitli regard to ishiilug a warInsure cnir proper!) with nle. la now located there A wire to Mali, then the lire will have no .Mr. rant lor tlie ubpected part) him brought tho repl) that lilt bilh Kobinson d(clded to wait a few da)- for )ou. , r had not Rone there. for the strengthening or several clews Mrs McKtchiile Is nlinot prostrnt Ahull he has at hand d over the dlppooiance "I ber husA very lurge tolucec, nut bti'ck bam Hie ban band, for their married be longing to .Mr Itoainsou burnol OF a most bny one and hei (lareiil down on bis place a short time ago Several Tracts of Land and Squire McKechnle and bin lamih and there are tluue who nie Inclined are grently distressed over the to think that there may have been and unless some word Is ho.it d a.'erts lor the owner, we v 'II aeli winie connection between this ilcstru trom liltn. their trip lo Scoiiuml will o the llUlient bidder hi Hie C'O'irt, live tire and tho letter be received. K It II Mr. Ilaniinonds. and lloil'e door III l.:mrilhtel be p(MtM)iied A M on brother o'clock l.ona McKechnle, Hie ouiiKer MONDAY. MAV22nri 1911. id Show ol the lost man, spent. several ei.tys In Conn da l the foi owing trtirts of week MMrciiing tor him laud, located In and nettr llrvntilv llh', MmtsWIle last In connection with the private detec Carraril county. Ky, .u the fni'ioe GIVEN HERE FRIDAY MGHT BY tive, but were uuablu to tiuil any clew Caii'p Pick Itnhlnsoii oeellcii or the CRAB ORCHARD DRAMATIC country to his whereabouts, nnd the be lef la TitACT NJ. 1. CLUB. tuat Flowing stronger In the lamil I'n (.'alio, Creek tond lone of he was murdered tor his money and One ol the best, ll uoi the li'Mt, Hie llryautHVllle streets) irout-iron bald mi"eln 15i leet audi "I oiiio tnleiit" play been In Stanford bin bod) dlbposed 01, probably thrown ronlalnlng :t acres. Tl'lsj in many vears, was that presented by Into tho river. tract has a : room An information that will lead to new- - and necirlv completed. All) the Crab Orchatd Draiiialle Club bore I'rldU) evening "entitled "Itrothei In j,rass. the recovery or the tly, ir the .voting ' A gorej sized crowd greeted man la dead, or If he Is alive will be TRACT NO. 2. Fronting on mine street 1ti lee! the amateur troupe nud tl.e hlgheft amply rewarded by notifying his lathadjoining tract No l nnd coner Jamea McKechnle, at laudator. taining y.r.'.' acre. All In grass, pr.ilhe i.s heard on all .ides lor tho no Improvements t hereon but clever work clone. Several ot thobo Ky.. or hla wlfo Mra. It. I McKeohiilr sp'endld building bite. who saw the performance do not hesiat the homo of her fattier, J. A. Itamr 1 RACT NO. 3. tate to si) Unit It is the best allow moiidb, Morolaud, Ky. I'ronting on same street "7.1 fee I, adjoining tract No. '2 nnd which luiB appemod on the Stanford aweet containing '(.17 acres. All In btage this season bar none. If you really vvant a clean, gran, no Improvements thereIhe work ot u'l in t,'U cast deseiveM pure stomach, free from gas, bournes on, but beautllul buttdlus slto. go to Penny's Drug Store the hlgheft praltc, but aa the leading and distress TRACT NO. 4. box or Ml o na to day and gel a 1'rontlng about tut feel on llry- - mile character Maurice M. rerklns 'inuvlllc and Ml. Hciiron pike starred above nil Mr. rerklns has tho stomach tablet on tho money bnck Hrv ro inrta title historic talent and were he not plan. directly opposite l.em Tenter's piling up profits with his rather in 17.7S' cpntalnlnr residence In Crab No Impiovciuents, lint n their largo cstablibhun.cu ncrea COMMENCEMENT beautiful building Kite on the Oichurd, it Is certain that be would plko. Now In imIh and clover. inuko n deckled success beforo tin" WEEK PROGRAM This IA high riiiM land. The lootllghiB, The work of Mack Fisher snuie kind of unimproved land adjoining sold for $100 per ncre. Miss Knthoiinu Mlddtatou, .Mlsg Cora ANNOUNCED BY SUPT. J. W. IRE- The abovo tracts will bo sold to Collier also blood out us being ex tho "IiIeIi dollar" without reserve bv. ceptloiiali) high class, while William LAND TWO SPLfcNDID SPEAK bid or limit. Possession day of sale ERS COMING. S'ntenieut will bo made as to ont Htihlusoti, IVttua Hays, Tom Hay. HioiMiigr, Pior Kverett, Wuclo I.oec., crop iupt. J. V. Irclnnd Iiub announced TERMS: cish. 1.1 In ono ;car, Miss Pearl Collier, ana Mrs. IVrkliiM, in two years with Ib-- tiotcj bcar nil bustalnid their loles In the niott the program lor commencement week ot tho Stunliird pllghl and tiraded ti per cent Interest. Hryantsvlllo is u thriving vllliso lev creditablo nnd pleasing way. Mrs. J. Suhool. P.ev. Allred A. IIIrkIiib, lor-- I cated tn the heart ot the best section h llolduni, who trained the cliMi, in y of tbla city will preach the great ciedlt lo her vvoik nnd ol Canard county, baa C storos proswhile the Com- perous b:jnk, schools, chuichei etc., everyone will be grnittlcd to know sermon, tho best people on eartb mencement iiddresa will ,bo clollcrod nnd Hero ia n chance for the man or mort that a neat sum was made for tho by Ur. Arthur Vager, president o crate means to secure hi m u good, benefit of the Daptlst uiurch nt Crub Tho complete liome. well Incnted nnd good land In ()rcliatd. (jcorgctown Collcgo. commencement program with tuo thu Dlue Orasa. Wo will take pleasure In ahovvlni; Outer) la us follows: Tho U. S, Supremo court lu a verj the land to anyone prior to the dato HuKlnnliiK next KrltWy attornooii a Important decision banded down Monot snle. ar- iralu week la anticipated In school day says tho Standard Oil Co., vlolnteA HUGHES A SWINEOROAD, Uenl L'stato Agents. lairs. laws itud must bo the Anti-Truy, ' Lanrajtcr, Jy. Chlldre'h'B Matinee ftecltal May ROBERT M'KECHNIE U LOCALS LOSE TIGHT GAME TO NORMALS BUT THOUGH BEATEN, LOCAL BOYS PLAY GREAT OAME AND PLEASE FANS In tho greatest ball game seen in Stanford this senson Stanford lost to tho State Normal School team of Rich mond here Saturday by tho score, of 4 to 3, Although defeated, the Stanford boys were not disgraced, for not until tho Inst mnn was out In the ninth Inning was tho gnmo over, nnd it aecm ed that any tlmo during tho game, Stanford had tho best chance In tho world to win. The local lads playea sterling b.iflo ball, and If they continue nt this clip, thoy v. II? get ample r venge olf the St. Mary'a Collcgo team when they hook up lor n return game. Ihe State Normal team lint, defented Kentucky Wcsleyan College and 1rana)hnnla University, nnd members ol the team admitted thnt the Stanford High School nine vias tho tinniest proposition they had gone against this Kendall Ulnlcr. Struck out by Kinliry r., by Singleton 1; by Parka C. Hits OLLIE oil1 Kmhry 10 In 8 Innlnga; off Inntng. Singleton 'i In 'i JAMES SPEAKS HERE THIS WEEK ! LANCASTER Mr. J. M. Acton has been selected nnd will go as a delegate; to the National convention of tho Woodmen Convention of tho Woodmen, which which meets in Buffalo Juno 20th. Mrs. II. K. Walker entertained at a well nppolntcd lunchvon In honor ot .Mrs. Mount's visitors. Mosdnmes of Louisville nnd Ablo of Leba, non. Mra. II. Zlmmer has received Information of the death cr niece Mlsa Frcdn Kcat nt her homo In Uaden C'ermany. Tho deceased was n victim of tuberculosis having been In declining health for several years. Tim commencement sermon was preached Sunday at tho Presbyterian church, Ilov. II. C. (JarrUon of Danville delivering It. There will bo two graduates Miss Kllzabcth (Jivcna and Holbcrt Unstln. Monday artcrnoon the prlinnry prudes held an entertainment nt tho college tr.apci, lnterr.iedlr.to tho grades Tuesday artcrnoon, Wednesday afternoon n declamatory contest will bet held at the P.rcsbyterlan church and there will be 8 contestants tor tho gold mednl oHcred by Pror U. W. llrldgcs, Thursday nltemoon Miss Minnie Welch's music class gave a recital nnd Thursdny evening the com mencement exercises will be held at Mnt-ttngl- y BIG BRAINY CONGRESSMAN TO ADVOCATE HI8 CADIDACY FOR SENATORSHIP. L-- a lir , y )car it.iil It not been for rn Injury to Kmbry's forefinger cm bis lelt hand, I.Ih biiblnebs wing, nl thu blurt ot the might luve ninth Inning, the bU-rbeen different. In that Inning- ho rturk up his bnro liana In an effort to stjp a hard liner from .tohnt-on'bat, and lu so doing badly hurt til j linget lie tried to pt on with the gaine, but was unable to twist the bull, and a couple ot hard drive by the visitora settled the score. As soon ns Cnptoln McCnrty learned ol the pitcher's Injury, be sent Wallace Singleton into the Lox, and he )lelded one i score before he stopped the run Celling , Stanford scored Urn and the hltf ciowd thought trom tho way oui lads were holding 'em. It was all over. Stanrord scoicd in the second inning on. Colemntib drive pasr third. Singleton's casrUlce nnd Water's long fly to center on which Coleman scored. To ,ehow jtibt how hnrd- the local lads were playing Johnson led oft In the llfth with a three bagger, nnd died there, Emliry putting mj much btuir on the ball that the succeed 'np batters could do nothing-- with it. The .""'oniKilb tied it up In the next' inning, howev'er, when (Tarter nnd Lutes lilt ronbocutlvely, the former ciortslng the pan. With the score one to one, the vis itors won In the ninth by putting over! ni'un-b- . tuic-jiiiiiison nisi up, kiioi a hot one by Lmbr.v, which the liurkr tried tit stab, and injured his ringer whteU destro)ed bii eflectivetK-ss- . Leildall followed with n blnglu nnd (inter lilt to Center field. Hill fumbling the' ball nml pcnuirting two .cores SiiigleLuii then went lu and Shaiou stiuck out but IVmi) droiiped tr.e third btrlke, throwing him out lit fllbt, mid bv borne ver) work McCarty shot the ball to thlid doubling (.'Inter. Cnywcod got u drive lo right, and Uroaddus bcored lilm with a double to right. Carter ending tl.e inning with n t ly to hill. It looked like nil iusuimountiiblo lead, but Stanfoid was gamo and went alter the scenes ami almost reached. McCarty and Coleman poth hit aately nan Slug eton came near winning his evvu game with a fat- time b) till id. liters lined to Parks, lion ever, and Singleton had taken too far a lead iifl lirbt to get bark and he was doubled, llrlght ended hla agouy b) putting an eas) one at Curtcr who throve him out at lirbt. The coro. s - Congressman Olllo James, who Is a candidate for tho democratic nomination for United States Senator, will bpeftk to tho voters of Stanford, county and vicinity in Stanford 'jn Saturday afternoon May 20th. Mr. James has a groat many friends lu Lincoln county who wilt, undoubtedly turn out In largo numbers to greet him. Tho speaking will be held at tho court house at 2 o'clock and everyone is Invited to nttend. Mr. James has been congressman from tho first district for about 12 years, and during that tlmo has easily taken rank us one ot the leaders In the flouse. Ho 'a regnlCed as oneof the closest friends of Uryan In and has alwuya been ,folnd fighting on tho aide or tho people. Mr. James la regarded as a very eloquent and forceful speaker and wilt be worth coming inllcs to hear. Ma-coieipn-gro- n It ' . I l d 2 It I t e lat-te- COUNCIL RESCINDS SIDEWALK ORDER lij n sa-w- lior-lor- a ! Public Sale 11 Jo-sia- 2 AB H H PO A ti I00100 4 0 1 ti 2 0 :. l 1 10 1 0 1 '2 4 1 2 0 Singleton i.b nnd p ..n () 1 4 :t 0 301340 Waters 3b 1 I0 000 Urlght K aooioi mil cr I 00l10 L.ubry l und :'b STANFORD Hosier ss Penny c McCarty lb Coleman rf 31 3 7 '11 VI 1 NORMALS llronddub c Lutcb :tb A B R H PO A E .1 U 2 1 C 1 U I f. I 0 1 Outer ss IMrKa p Johiibou rl Kendall lb 1' 0 I I t 2 1 1 1 0 0 2 U 0 i 7 0 4 I in 0 1 2 n Ctiiter 2b Sharon cf Cayvvood It 3 4 0 1 J 0 0 4 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 u 0 I 1 37 4 12 27 11 1 Hillings 123 057 S l- -T Stanford tl 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 Normals Kir ned runs Stanford A; Richmond 3 Three baso lilts Penny, Uroaddus, Loft ou babes Stanford 4; KIchmond Slng'oton, 6; Sacrifice bits vutcrs, Stolen haves McCarty, Waters, Urlght, Carter, Lutes, Johnson, Colt-ma- 21 31 MUST CHURCH CHRISTIAN the Christian church, the address to BUT PAVEMENT-BU- SY PUT DOWN the graduntes, to bo delivered by Kev SESSION HELD II. M. Shrive of Paris. 1 carload 11. I), Northcott shipped The City Council field a lengthy or poultry to New Yorx on last Mon-daplace Satur- meetlns last Thursday night, at which und another to same time tho ordinance providing for the day. putting down ot concrete pavements W. J. Homnn's now opera house has Irom Miss Mattie Klrby's corner to been completed and wace very InvitW. L. McCarty's residence was rescind ing both inside and out a new set of ed. It bad developed that a number opera chairs and new eccnery and maor the property owners ot that secchinery make at a very of the city who would be afrected building and It is drawing good crowds tion seriously objected to saving the adIs the manaMr. Roman's expense of laying concrete ger and courteously welcomes all to ditional paveinentb saddled upon them right the performances. now so the Council voted to hold it It. Zlmmer bought a fancy black i:p for a while. The Christian church road mare of John Walker tor S250. pavement will be put down nt once, Dr. V. M, Klllott. rr Bryantsvllle, however, nnd the mayor was directed I ought n horso of Hubel for Kuenc to advertise for bids lor the work. :.r)0. C. Hays Hosier representing the InMr. Milton Mahai; of Hlattsvllle, surance companies which had the poliupon had a very serious attack made cies on the city hull and engine honsa him epilte recently by a dog. It was was prcsenc for the purpose of reachwith difficulty and after several strong ing an understanding with refer ence to blow 8 he knocked the dog loose from the lofs sustained In the Land & Huch hi.? hand, nnd then after it was badly anan fire, of last week. It was agreed laccrnted. The dogs head was sent that Councilman Allen who Is an exat once to bo examined and It Is pert contractor, should extlmate as to thought the animal hud hydrophohen the cost of tepairs required, and his and Mr. .Malum and family are alarmestimate be accepted. ed nnd will bo until tney learn the The Council voted to pay City Atttuth about the canine. torney J. B. Paxton $100 and City Lancaster is to hnve i street fair be tiotk L. R Hughes $70 for their ginning May 2Uth. The Adams Amuseservices In codRylng the city ordlnanc ment Company with 10 attractions es tor publication. Tho work was older consisting of ferrls v:icel nnd other ed done by tho I. J..-- but City lnugbnble scenes will be included. Attorney Pnxton and Councilman Waller Fair the llttlo bon thinking that it ought to be ol Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Hair met witli let by competitive bids, the Interior a painful nnd tragical death Monday Journal has refoso dthe contract withafternoon at his home at Stone. Tho out such bids late btorm had uprooted borne trees on Mr. Fair's form, and he sawed or DEATH OF MRS. FLORENCE. cut one down, dividing It Into sections It seemed tho llttlo boy had crawled .Mrs. Kettle Florence, widow ol th into the tree o play und the lather late Henry Florence, ot tho Waynes-- . knowing nothing ol it, tho child was buig bectlon, died at her home last crushed to death when the heavy tree Wednesday nnd was burled in llufta-lfell. cemetery he.ro on Thursdny. She Rev. O. P. Hush is conducting a rew.ib 02 cars of age cuul had been vival at the Union ltlble school house an invalid for many years. She Is lecently erected nt Hlattsvllle. rurvlved by seven children. Mra Mr. UivcnB Terrlll has resigned his Florence wus raised In Harrison coun. position ns bookkeeper lor the Oar-rar- d ty but moved hero a tew years ago Milling Company to give more vilth her husband and family nnd had Cine to his tanning Interests. Horace lived hero since. She wad long been K. Ilerudon will fill tho place as book- a laithftil member of the Christian keeper for the compaii). church ind her passing away will bo Lawson and Drown bought 22 generally regietted by a largo number hogs trom IJ. W. lllvens at f of friends and loved ones. cents; of, 175 pound hogs from J. 11. . 11. Ualton nt tho same price; NOTICE TO CREDITORS. L. C. Uunn's creditors plaintiffs, vs llrovvn bought 50 hogs in Rockcastle L. C, Dunn and Etc., deendants. cents per pound at trom C to G Pursuant to an order made in the Tho Art nnd Crorts exhibit by tho above styled cause, the creditors of Woman's Club Friday and Saturday L. C, Dunn are hereby notlffed 'to apwas an indeed educational affair and pear beforo tho undersigned CommisKy., drew n largo and appreciative eiowel sioner at his ofice in btnnford. provo their claims on or before Something over one and 20th. 11)11. U. V. Florence, !. C. ol spectators. Mav hundred witnessed tho fine dUplay of l. c. art curios and relics, rancy and artis- of Danvlllu Is tho guot? or her sister tic needle work. A nandsouiu photo- Mrs. J. M. Mount. Miss Lucy Francis graph was to be.ueen r tho Into Com- has returned from a visit ) Mr. and modore Clcoro Price and his 'daughter Mrs. Ueogo Uallou of Richmond, Mr. tho former Duchcbs or Marlboro, Com- nnd Mrs. John Urlght ot Stanford have modore Price being an undo of Mes-br- s been recent guests of Mrs. Jennlo W. H. T. J. Kd and N, . Prlco Mct'ormack Ramsey. Ur. Jameb II. nnd Mesdamcs J. W. (irant and Mat-ti- Klunuiid attended the meeting ot tho P. Frisblo of this place. MIsb Sal-H- Kentucky Railway Surgeons In Louis- Klklu'tj picture was a great nttrai--tlon- . or Richmond tile. .Miss Polly Tray-toTho Methodist, ladles hud an is visiting Mrs. J. U. Stormcs. Mr. lc cream supper Friday night at tho nnd Mrs. T. J. Prlc'a wero week end court house and realized tho neat sum guests of Ur. and Mrs. t(. P. (Irant of o 116.50. Mesdnmes Frank Ablo of Danville Mrs. John Henderson, of Washing- Lebanon nnd II. T. Matheny and daugh ton D. C, is here with her mother ter ot Louisville are being entertainMre. Thusa Currey, Mrs. Win. Hughes ed by Mra. J. It. Mount. Miss Belle Penny of Stanford Is with bercoubln U in Stanford visiting Mrs. J. WrAcey. Mra.. Logan Wood Miss Katie Lee Denny. son-in-lao d 2 4 'I. Si f I ft ' I1 ' te a e o r Tjm, which all "men Have some. Dickeat. Chule I occur. Shelby City, Ky G. S. SHELBY. Lancaster, Kentu ry DENNY BROS., on or wrllo U II. MASTERS or Cliai. Uowyer, McKlnnoy, Ky. KJtUIIUfllf tSJft riustonvilie, Ky. Xj"V - ?lQw? - hBBIIW LnasaTB irrt. iflB:: (TIklv Wash-da-y by-wor- d. ISTjjEEEES i 1 HE TIRES A HELP nn wl IMMENSE BENEFIT IN KEEPING HIQHWAY8 IN GOOD CONDITION. CONCERTED To-To- ACTION NEEDED The Modern nightmare, wash-da- y dinner a has The New Perfection Oil Cook-stov- e is changed all that. Once the wash-boilit leaves you free to attend to on the stove, the dinner or any" other work. er Time was when The Wash was a weekly You can move a New Perfection where you please and It requires no attention after that light it in a moment. A single gallon of oil lasts all three burners seven hours or more. No coal or wood to carry; no fire to feed; no soot nor ashes. It keeps a kitchen or laundry cool and clean. It cooks to perfection, with the least trouble and expense. I rtth 1.2 3 long, in)MOM6 tl erumeleef Mb Oil CoQk-stgv- e had ririir H ftUed wtfh drrp tfolW. lowtl rack, etc. Dralm emy whe r or writ for S cjrcnUr U ike near acnptiv ttcacf 2 od 34ninwr tftma eaa I Wethotrt ft tabtaet lap, vrtudi tUaJmrlr CimKaJ tJ trtr, w'A rhuurt. hrothot. lU Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded has pre senile 1 a medicine for you to take, the next important step U to have that prescription placed in the yor physician When hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so it will he compounded exactly as directed. We have pained an enviable reputation for always hein? very careful and painstaking in fnir compounding and feel that, in all justice to your should n ii rood health, you you bring your next prccnp-- twill find a complete auJ inHere, too, .u l.o; vitiusr display of toilet articles, rubber goods, so .us. perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating we carry and recommend ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and scesamplesof tints and ask us about it. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. I fllnhmini Stanford, Kentucky FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY STRONG PROGRESSIVE ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $25,000. Open an Account With us TO-DAY. County Organizer and Manager Wanted A leading Fraternal Insurance Or- ted deiires a reliable white man to talto charge of Its work :n this county to Introduce the order, solicit mem-licrcollect monthly dues, organize loilges, upimint anu manage sub-agent- s USELESS 0 w! a, and so on. No pro', lous exporience Is needed, nts Wq will teach you how to operate. "Thin h a splendid opportunity for p. ood man, with liberal pay and chance ol (iromotlon. spare time at start, with whole time later on. Well known man wanted, strictly lionest, good ability, one who is a bust her and will get out and push the yoik forwnrd. I'lper I can't see what these men This a great cnaniv to become an are trying to accomplish with tbalr liillueiitlal loader, to help your fellow aeroplanes. .nan and maho a good Income tor your I'eop llow'a that! Felt at the same time. Piper I haven't seen one ot them This society pays forfeits for slCK catch a butterfly or a bug with on -e iietn. accident and ceath. The grand ritualistic work, stilct-lIn every new and up ret r. No other order like it was ewr started. Ovor 00,000 inomberrlilps Issued and growing lery fast. Write Immediately for further giving lull InForuiatinn or ourself In letter. Address In confiCOMMANDKK SUPIIKMB dence, UOV1NU- JIJICNKIIAU 1IOX ON, jcy. An-21'- KIDNEY REMEDY Foley Kidney Iternedy." ED QUICKLY. M. N. (Jeorge, Irondale, Ala., was uotbered with kidney trouble for many years. "I was persuaded to try Foley's Kidney Iternedy, unc before taking It three days I could reel Its bene riclal effects. The pain lett my buck, ny kidney action cleared un. and 1 am o much better, I do not hesitate to FOLEY'S d cvcn l.li les used upon tho highways enn iikhI to the wide fire itMulrements, Kupiose the owner haa n rond tax ( tf, say $12 00. and he hatt two wagona used uiKin the highways Credit him per year upon euch wagon for , Cy HOWARD H. OH08S. In this way tho tax nhnt Tour )enrs The qucillon of tool rouds thru .rh- cut the country Ii of trcmcndcwH lied will more than pay tho cost of I portance, the wagon Thus, his In nml (ho pcoplo art everywould be sufficient to Induce where clnmdrlng for tbrm The g eat I'jO owner to make tho ihaugo. .majority ncem to bo wardering Public sentiment would also change round In a mHo of uncertainty aj rapidly In supiHirt of the wide tiro to what to ilo. ' millions upon millions of dollars, and i ovement, and In n year or two a,' ..... r The solution Imn'vea n. X AI jears In order to I' would be ashnmed to bo seen on conditions nre subject to n M" It would take ' variation both as In soil, have the chance iiacle I.nrge manu- I .e Htrcet with one of theac mad road male wagona rial, amount of trnfTc, etc., heme no facturers of whkoiiw aald the wagon Is The plan suggested feasible. rule can be laid do n that will apple stock was gotten t il for the narrow In all cases. The subject muO be tire wagons, and It would take at practical and has worl.ed satlsfac has never lie n Recorded to other rheu- Isast two yeara I fore any genaral lorlly whore It has bean tried There limtlr trrntiin nt. Dr. ('. W. IIimiii. tinun- i given Intelligent treatment by n cap-able engineer, familiar with the sur--i change could b Made At that time Is no reason why action Hhould not be tnrnt In Oklitliimm mid tlin KMitliwint fur Ills MirceM In tlin t rvntment of rheiitiiatltin, the writer took a hand In the campaign liken along thn tines tndlrnted foundings. stnkn deferring to the Illustration above statos tlmt lie l willlna tofact tliathi Thero In howcier one thing that with, others, and pjNIshed In thci Chicago papora lllurtratlmis of how this A wide tire ran be placed upon an old will cum ri'imtntloiMin tlin I Incumliln roes. enn be done that will bo of Immense mill Iiiim produced rvaulta nlmoat change could t rendu (tee cut herewithout any lllllng pleon aa benefit to the road of all times unliellevntiln. fresh, Id the Illustration Just let man, but nlMiNut only forchronic new whether earth, atone or gravel, an with) The el'j council stood firm, lonir the ordinance w ts and the I ho tire project a half Inch on each a rlnua rnarn lias for proved one of and thHt la wider tires upon the wagon It tho t.-were arrested ever oro of the felloe This will creatlv most remarkable rcim-dlrUntold millions of dollars of damn:;" users of narrow tryU,rn "' shc.--t time wldo u1rp,lhlmpllfy the changing fiom the nar ,.'r,''u: I.'?a,.,,,", patient by mesna ur to highway! la done every year by and fined Inn v heavy loads upon narrow the farm tlrca began to anccar upon the streets, low to the wide tire, and for many lo oyinptimis. the proirroM pf In nd now the neral and the isllllea will serve tho purpose Just uric acid elimination. wagons. These are often from onennd C. II. I'arita, f Umw, !. T, a half Inches to one and three quarters solution has been malnl) as Indicated, h welt namely. eiibstiHtfng n'itt tires for rhenwatl.m alMut terra jrmtm. Wide tires make rosdN, narrow tlrrr wide, seldom n.orc than two and a ""-'narrow ones i pt the same wheels I'r.tror them Tliero hIinuld I a '" quarter A two ton load on a wagon ... ! . lii Wffioi, naa rurrt." V. T. L.- ,. .. v . .., ,o jorougii cooperation i.eiwieii all or u.ikln., .Im. i.r tVirun, ,.B i.Cr,' ,(he with one and three quarters Inch tires T, hmi make tlie ensure Indicated and residents of the several townshlpr "I unrr.l with trrrlhle ilmiuiUai will do more damage In cutting up a oan expense ouht to r&nge Letwceiij fc r bettrr roads NothltiK can be don ,nr fl,r "" rrippirj up for tmj road than twice Ihc load upon u three tba nail s.uu ano Jirvu lor r v.on. 'I he II H, quickly and so cheaply that will at a time. I heaan laklnc Inch tire If we couM hn uniform. frit an lustration Is no elmyle that anyoae Im producthe of such good results a aad two taiprnvrairnt within tmi rlaja, mr. .Ir tvaa concerted action In any community, l.ltlr rurrd I II jt discard narrow tires and aubsUtute m bail oar. whereby three to three and a half can follow 1 The question is. how shall this h j wld ines In their place la Kunranleed as to result. Inch tires would be put upon every Many of tliu m't terrine rw brought about? Tho writer woul t farm wagon. It would mean much betInnlilii tmve Imhiu quickly roiuiiicrl r Ms licensing all the ter highways than wo now havo The suggest a sfle arullnr, txiwerrul. rut ufn actlun. In two PUDDINGS FURNISH EC or three v.hlclcs tho aame M the .utamobll narrow tires mean deep ruts, and If wek. J la nlmolutely free from ojil.it en It apply upon me ruie is a narrow tire upon wngdI U now licensed, and ordnnaernnsilmgi. Item! alMil Its wotiilrr-fu- l upon the road. l.bndon everything that Manufacturer Made That ons. the man who goa out upon Uics-- 1 notion In the circular pnrknt In ererr T a, view of maklnar graduating It Many to Meat the Demands of the carton. Itciut the KUarnnlei your druKKlst'a nttl.OO (let Christmas Spirit. n lidttlc. It you are satisfied with It, na vim will be, net G bottles for IS.0'1, '''he mauufarturo of plum pudilln-i- n end net rid of your affliction. If your KncUnd Is mainly confined to I on druggist can not eupply you. It will tx con and Is carried on by all the prlii ent on receipt of price by the tp.il bakeries, delicate et.en Hnd other Me.llclne (Vi, 2715 Lincoln Ave.. Chi lit. Tho i stthllshnienta The Industry was wimi, - suilurer. lint batlki will oonvluow ixrjgrthtly hoomed by tho lloer war. Recommended and Sold Cy In the opening days of , atrur SHLGARS &. imNNEFI. ule the Vulellde season Increased the Stanford, Ky. f sollcllude for the fathers ami I eotiK and husbands In far iway Africa tint il. plum piifldliiK v it nvjiilkl!. Honed Hi large iiuautitimt to exi I lht at homo ami iiirry at Irust Mill brother lo !: lie. No. of Christmas Lhw-- to enliven ? il(ll.)l'-- l Zll.t A.-- .I ir'il t lb rump Vl'ousundi of pounds f plum pud lieu ih) t.iilililusi i,c u, Vortnoni t.l!l; Wore aenl out, but the demand Mormu and ihi in Jutlu Morgan i wm. far In ex eaa of tho aiipply. The dam t .IKdf no.uilHst wat r a Imp ArnbtaH Sialism Zllendl fhtt which gave greater urgency to 1 he dam iM IHWK-OoMdusi I the demand and by concentrating I'lorem i? by Unldeu Ml Ii a mih of juneral Intrest In the pudding ndded Morgan. l.nmensely to It popularity, and ea (iall's ( nn--t Not. Thla I h m;nsly lnbil tho soldier railed loudly 'Morgan i Stwllhm. the bfiMxl nn r Tho result Ih that today ileniiind A Hell dappled Itay, blsk i .e I elk of plum pudding consumed point Hi hands b.'tn i..xi piw.n.i II"- - t'nlled KliiKdom M supplied by itHlllrn, of great ami actii n. rjslp- pire)OM and I undnils of lt,'i aie-- ami endurance and tineeyi an a prmlmer of high .T'ia sho. i of Huiu1h an slipped led i h.. te jon .nl V fiufaiMirent begin urtlve load and eastern port-ni h oroenei r ,1 in !.. OieiL-.'.t.j on as t'.e n?w crop) ennt i. ml Hale rlnas show his i.ilue imt c: i irrantu and "ilier requlrexl iiiertt aa a producer of r.ne rnul. rlow All the jpponr In September. A long at kui- - aim i. and mU hxrsee aatttuetitx of plum iiuddlng. which colta writ be couMnclnb o not Include plums, are prepared MII make the present hwmhi at nd maulpuUted by elaborate and my larm 'J mile fiom Htnnroril. machinery Currents are K.. at jn.wi to tribiiri- - a living cult. and sterna removed, raisins Mare kept at 10 cents per day. .ulied altenthiri given but not tcspxi nrn moned. nuts are shelled and or .".capes. Hound, oranges and Itmona are b""c for nEID"led, the peel candied and cut up.! -ii nre beaten and all other Ingrcdl CROMWELL'S McDONALD, JR. . M pmpured by machicery t'rour.M'll H McDonald. Jr. a Mack elusive of milk and rum the In Y ins used by j single inanufac- nois. Ii 1 hands high. War In fori-i- .. r In supplying plum pudding tc head, ft yeurs old. nml Ih an excellent i the demands of (he t'hrlstmai Middle burse. , WK.HOH of mio aggregated M0,UC C'romwells Mclvmald. Jr . was streil ". the number of puddlngi fur ,y t'romwoll McDoniilil. he by Itex mslir.l Hggregullng :60.0C0 There ar ,, o ,y imu-Saulrrel &OLTS MAY firto or four Indon manufacturers TdO AND SCREWS M'lJonald by llliick Mr' H revs rmily f'onsular and Trade He "tOivS .cr'a. each of hoie output perhapi Saulrrel, 1st data Miur Mure UH7S rualiMl that described, and there an by Cromwell 7. hy Wnshlngton til; O C5 fMCHGS WfLU OF WBE MAILS SPACE )HltH a largo number of amaller es jmi dam S.ubli . !are bv John Dlll.irdj loi.iiimeina in wnicn plum pundlni 3r, ,nm Kaanaiigli p tm-- liigle. S7J RUhnlfprf fnr h(irM- - gnrl rms.lcrt u .... .... highways with wide tire Is badly th vehicles that do tht most 4amje ..r. B .ortfvl ciutri. (nuuiUT. in nl handicapped. Henoe, If any good Is pay th Urgent Uk. "mpPnddTii 'my """" '" ,! :. ,r"1 by U'"H,ll I. put up In package. to come from the wide tire movement. Without siring an entire schedule ,,,K""1 whJBtn H slrt. ,ljr c'roml' It should be generally adhered to. It the following will Illustrate what the weighing ono lo five pounds each anc Denmark t,i. packed to Insuro pmservatloi w''" "' ut t,l,m Is a truthful ttatement that wide writer has In Bind: lud sufe transportation. Properly prolbo by Washington Denmark til. tlrea make roada and narrow Urea deThat after a gttren date no vehicle rated and packed the plum puddlnr This uxcellmit hnr?e "HI uinku tho stroy them. hall be used upon the hlghwaya unof hlngland. with ordinary care on tht'mjnhon ot 1011. at my plure, 1 mllo An equitable basis would be to li- less It carries a license. turt of the housewife, will retain itilnorlh of Crab Orchard, on tlo On a two- horse farm wagon with n cense all vehicles doing business upfor a y,ar or more. cll,tor ,,,,, t 5 , ,,,, ,of tire of 14 Inchtm or leas the annual on the public highways, grading th lour monyis, A lien retained on colt license fee according to the width of license foe to be $7,C0 a year. American Avlstlnu uirl. the tire, and letting the amount of Over 1; Inches aud under 2 0r t.rvlce. Monny duo wnnn mnro money paid In be used to maintain Inches, The aviating girl Is gulto an estab-lla jcar. traded or parted with. Care taKen the roada. This is just and no ono, liihed featur of American life. She to prevent nccldents. but not repon-I-u- . Over Hi Inches and under i Inches superseded the old fiudiloned mat- - Bblo should any occur. who Is willing to tola fair can object $3.00 per year. to It. In grading the license fee It Ireoglrl but 1. very much more In.-,,, Three Inches or over, $1,00 oer Tear ,M, w should be In such a manner that It ujRn nht lKloned Her one dream U that she Jnck Ulreu j.ourB The money collected to be crodlted ,B will be to the Interest of the owner to the road district and bo Sal used for - conditions a8 tnTa.h with hor d to Mibstltute a wldn tire for his nar- - road .repair work. above row on' Crab Orchard. Ky There Is another advantage to be Idol. t If you want to nlfind her when r.US GEISZL. n nllnltjl nllA. nil nuii When this Is suggested, It will be i gained by this method orer and above viiiufi uicuiing -- . at once said that It Is Impractical. , tho preservation of the highways' In America, do not look for her on and that It ennnot be done. It la sur- - that Is, tba same wagon Is more use', I' Ian n or In the grand alund. Von 111 not even find her In the clule prising how many objections can be I ful on the farm or on the fields for MADE ON found against the doing of anything doing ordinary farm work. The haul-tha- t l.cuso, Crcus over to the hangars ' Is tho place for the aviating girl a person does not want to do. Ing over hay fields and grain fields that titlfully dressod, sho will sit The writer has witnessed two cam- - with narrow tired wagona does AND ALL KINDS OF cn Lour Jter hour on an old box, orfor palgns where the question of narrow slderable damage. a Hauling out let; tt wood, or an upturned bucket, wide tires has been thrashad out nure, and In a varttty of farm Machinery work and every objectioa made aad aa- - wide tire wagons nre advisable. Many Juki near the doorway of the hangar. 8PECIAL TOOLS TO ORDEIt , swerwd. farmers keep wagons ulth wide tlrea Veil may stare at her, photogranh her. GOOD 8ERVICE AT FAIR PRICES The first was during the World's for this specific purpose. Why not Cn vhat you will she will not move. BEST EQUIPPED ave all vehicles- carry a wide. sea. The taytrK ot martyrdom Is as strong MACHINE Fair In Chicago. In tba grounds war 8HOP IN THE DLUb lbl tiro that mill Imjx-atemporary roadways, designed to last cu'ttlOHk within tor la la tht- ladUn fakir. By QRA8S. toy, later In U day, It Is faintly only during the fair season. Theve rather than make Vin werseT - mar let bar or,,, ELECTRIC DANVILLE MOTOR byaamoaieter teats fcave fcten taade tosetklo Uat "hewere mad of gravel or crusLad stone machln aaval s a ride. wiaj U amouat c ,eww rev about three or four laches deep. The sHU Is why U s sTattlac, waJUng, CO. LciJ on Wrpon VrltS 1?$ Inch Tires Wl ia V.ore Onvtga In Cutting Up Hoad Than Twice tl Load on TVce Inch Tire. s.-tH-0- I - fafr wflwrltiM aSscorersxf tkat ff ffe n thIMta wre ftanIM In aad roada It veuld destroy then, the because of the r.irrow ttres that prw valled open the wagon of the truck and express eompnntr The authorities established r nils that no narrow tire wagons coulJ come on the grounds. There i an a great howl by the transportation companies, but the fair authorities Mood firm, and the teaming companies met the conditions by substituting r vide for a narrow tire upon the same wheel They simply took off say i I r and a half lnr tire and put mi nc three urn! n hnlf Inches or four upon the anmo wheel and the ir felloe. This served the purpose, About three )fM ago the rlty of Chicago passed en rrdlnnnce provld Ing for wide tlrca noon vehicles nslnr the streets for (raffle A tremendous howl was made In nil teaming Interests and they I ioiikIiI In the wagon makers to atnln I1 nl the changing or these wheels meant an expenditure or tt futrfta t d pcraoiui will bs to know In the large majority cf cases a load can txt mitrid with leea power with vah'Hea having wlda Trntnratof Rheumatism Revolution ilres, rather than narrow onea fzed by 8imple Remedy Which is There may ow another and easier Absolutely flaaranUed. to accomplish tho end desired ear frnturrn nro Imposing of license tax In Hlnrtllnir newremedy culled presented t'.nti the 1)M-I- -, the new That would be to Which has lately hern the subject or rt(Km vehicles the owner a certain amount whin nttrntlun among tnnse nmlrteil nml lumbago, with rheu mat rli year on his annual road tax bill, nn,, neiiralgli lain I'hyalrlsns, too, nmit have i pon furnishing proof tnal all his ve- npproy,! wticta (W trmiM,y aurfaca widths. Mny ovtr itfwai nttwith ttrwao(l, dlffsrent of rm-rlo- Tf ffhwmatics v 11 Sh est seinl s3iSirfVI, l ' i ht-u- l i.sd ue ,.runr l.vUl i,i.,i..,ii... .v. i .... ... '"M"' u ' "d , '' .. "" ;! rar Im-w- t ,Z lt '0,000 ht Dnrb'v Gmddust 12052 Mi ? Hi lrk '. .n y - buty - a a. "rt ac-ll'"- . - A 'il $howng 3 Scr&ws Spaced Tire onZ'z Wheel :.t-e- Substituted ir oesipco- Or 0 Onil ' '. '" ' .. 1 '' ''tle c( s , ,,,, !'h ,b' ,,,, 0s , ivi ju a - KKl'AIKS Motor Cars ma-an- d - aa olotit .alUc tr t DANVILE, KY, 123 N. Fourth St. m. Z2ggLl ikAJHHLMW-Ri- T' MfMllW -- I V'l i a V iJ'IWPW till " -- j - t llllwftli WWIWH M "ggTA'arianrtf yr- -: BWBm Bw r- - w i i ori yra i. iufi i it . 4fc VS " Mm Kt,i BfT". mullrr ttnr.fo' nwK NMcct Poultry Halm 4-11- -44 The " i Bett. Brook f3 2:17 Kind cllspodtlon nnd colta enslly On approved security Lady Bell- ledd lie haa stepped eighths In IS 2 7 Hi Jennl. Brook, (4) hitched to n sulky; la five galled: a troki, whenever conditions tmo't aione ;iu -, uaay rroat show horao wearing llio mtioi:if lln nirr uliire n yearling: III three Rrjok. 2:30 and Runnina Brook. 2:30, nv milo IANFORD,. KENTUCKY. PENNY'S DRUG 3TORE 3 Prefer)eara old wore 13 blues nnd 1 red out gM warrant .it. Drook b Darknlghtt No, 2350, tho aire of Searchlight M, nnd Valpa, 2 09 ence, of course, being llo wns neer defeated except by two HrlBhillRht, 2 OS D.irknlght slrod by Alcyone No ot his own colta. nnd tins won lni-rings of 23 hend. Ills colts nre al ::.', recoid 2 27. Ashland llrook a given to our regular A. S. II. II. ways Inilde the money, and, when dnrit Hunn Wren by Ashland Wllkc3. Trlnl : 24 Trotting. Dark Hay by Dignity Daro 1962, bo by doveloped make great saddlers and yjai jrecoid 2; 17 tho sire of Sired 1G iiniide; depositors. fonled August 11)01, Bhow Sally To-- i Cheater Dare 10, ho by Illack Squirrel high priced three nnd five galted nt nn John It. (lentry, 2:00 get bred nt VlllaRn Farm, Kant Aurora N Sixty cr 20G II; Ashlnnd Wllks shed by1 horses. C8, ho by KlnK William 07 lat dnm uerngo nge offive of his V. years sold nt Hod Wilkes 1749, ho by (leorgel 2 Klrat dam Naughty (llrl by Ilex Vol reentered has r Aincrlrus 21200. rrennl Toxauay I 41.58, also tiy AbdnllutiInMnm nn nverage price of f Gil. Ho ring Wllks, second dam. Sldo Lilly, by It.. She 0A T and pays all his bills been defeated In n produce din- - of llatllrtnn, lyr. nt under, 1153, 3d dnm by Jim Monroe 211 lirnio 3715, ho by Almont 3; 2nd dam ring when shown wuii i to is oi ins 335, cord Amerlran Hello and purchases with his I July ImvIj by Crlt Davis, by llourbon I get 2 12 14 nnd IS other In 2 30 Ashlnnd llrook la a hnndsonte lei- flat; u aim ot Onwnnl 1411, record Chlei; 3rd dam Mattlo 8. by Foreign Think of such saddlers ns ho tin 'low witli loH of aubatancej hns n personal check. men aired; namely. Nettloton, Wlnsom, bold way of going with wonderful 2 25 Hire of Onward Silver 2 OS Light, by Foreigner, by imponeti co; tth dnm llettle C by Cunning-ham'- Prospect, the Jim Anderson mare, llry yp(..(, 8t lr and action. His oldel -1 and 17" othern In the 2 30 Hat.' Copperbottom; 5th lam by Day, the Price Herring Marc, Toxle,(tot3 are onlj coming four years old Onward wan aired by George WIIm 8 Buzzard. Dare, London Dare. Dare All, White 9. spring nnd thev are nil one could SI snow Foot. Prinze Imperial nnd n hot of this Dare "the natural Almnnt expect, they benrlng good colors with Second dam Duenna, sired by AND KRUP. without the King 1276, aim nt 75 Including horan or welghter KNIFE The result others that have been sold from $1,000 pt,ty f ,ZP( wltli wonderful stvle shoes. PER lxok nt Ms record as action. It Is to tie remembered Ijidy of the Manor 2 04 l.ord Der- of u life long mating with the Ix'f--t to VJ.fiOO e Corner Next to nnd see what tneylMnt he ilred the great Sallle llrook fire of by 2 05 3 4. Heir at Law 2.05 nth ires nnd dama obtalnnble .iml ns can do. saddlers iinat v,nt never defeated In her cln In era breeding Km colla I roof ol hia rich Stanford, Ky. DIGNITY DARE, got by Choiter aB either a harness or roadster three 3rd dam Dotlet, by Nutwood GOO, th nr,. winning wherever shown nnd be Dar0 No. 10, &c 1st dam by Welch ,(.,lr j n,i R,0 wa second to tho kIio of 14 In tlt, lift lug oflered ns high iih $250 nt 10 days inort B3G7 A T II It., he bv Rysdyk s 'Freat Edna May In the sweepstnke 4th dam, Topnr. by Strnthmorc. 40S, old to $00 at 2 vears old llambletonlnn No, 10 A. T. II. It. will ,Urncgg ,jafB nt .'rnnkfort Inst car. lire JD In the list fhosa colla are not of GRADE serve mares this season of 1911 nt mf,!,, , t0 j,R crr,n, FeVernl promla STANFORD, 5th dnm. Millard, by Albion, Cth dam MARES, tend me n GOOD MARE table in Huatonvllle at. tic low pnco(nK three yenr-old- s that bid fair to Ned by Kdwln Forest. 7th dam Lady and get a DREAD WINNER. He la n ot no not company in me snow ring inn Turner by Mambrlno Chief II lull brother to Netllcton that sold a' $25 to Insure a Living Colt. year. !.., nnt nnmna ,f mnm Dar for IGU0 and to The Wnrlleld wns bred to only 15 a 4 ) ear-ol.1,.. i..n Ashland llrook will nakc the pre- p has 12 fonM nil iif headed that has won moro premiums ttnn anvltra(j0( or rcmoed, or bred to any uinres. We will stand this great coach stalKent season at $15 to Insure a living plenty of itvie, size ami 'aubstunce u,nre ever sired by Dignity lUrn nndrit,Pr ,tock. A Hen retnlned on nil colt. lion for the season of 1911 at J. W. nnd ientv of apeed of others too numerous to men rolls until tiald for. flrass furnished The Warfleld Baughmnn's place on Somerset pike I a representative atalllon In nil the Hon, at reasnnabie.i prlet. for mares from a ne is n neniHiiiii nay m. nnnns nign itlsUtlicc nnd must lie settled ror ono mile from Stanford, at $10 to interm Implicit To nay tl nt he haa King Eagle The ,.,, n.moved close to 1200 pounds Hreedlng hours from Hlie, fiibstanre nnd speed only In part sure u living colt. Tins lh one of C In eiuphaalri. the qualities combined In fhurtest backed one you ever saw and j; t0 10 In tho morning and 4 to Ihe flntst coach liorsis thla aon of Dare Devil, lie haa them owing to location will make the sea ln 0enlng. Mnres will receive my brought No. 25.riC. .. .... - - ..ijuuB iiiuiu j.!; ...Ill uuihu mllni from personal nttenllon, but will not be nnd the nre auch symmetrical chnne aon nt my Mnhle 2 m iy iiuc Vol II. II. King Kaele Is' to thlp part of the country. He ii llnstopvllln on Llbertj pike nt JI5 to cponilblo for nccldents or oscnpr. tor ai (o make him a atalllon nini'tu Hi hands high, dark bay with flow- - tne present season nt niv stable at 1C1 uaru)g ,6n nnd Jb by ,mp G)o Lr tunny Ilia head nnd neck, bod, feet Insur. Ihlng colt Will nlso tnnd a vm alio nt the snm. time nnd place llianlnnrf .. .. rv .. tn. fill tn Inniix. lln I m. .. jiu ifi liiniirn nv whsn ieen Hne big young horse nt 110 to Inmre ,tnnd my great breeding Mule Jnck ing mane anu tan. goes an me gaits ,ng c0L 'JIft- -R itir and leps are perfect nud trn(e(1 or bftd t- otb-- ter an(J out of a inaro by Wondlnl PEYTON Ills faultlss gait Mrires traded or brnl rlaewhere ren u sreeo mjie aim . with In connection wmi i:iciiiy iBoy. Anyone wishing a very high Cj. Btoclc forfeit their Insurance. (lm lurnlshed at so wpII known In the West End of nnd great beauty nre ecpeclally I in dori season due j Turner Is over 15 bands high, blacK tred coach horse to breed on aiar.dnnl Personal attention glv Lincoln county, nt J10 for mares nnd ion You fhouln seo tl.ia bur" J2 per month nremlve PEDIGREE Sired bv Iloyal King, with white points and weighed this You will aay you en to all stock, but not responsible I2P for Jthnets, due when colt Is 2."iS.r., bp by On Time, 745, ne by Stone- - sprrng 1010 pounds. liefore breeding He Is nn extra bred mares for getting btyle, speed Correspondent and foaled or mare traded, removed of lor accidents. never looked at a better one coltj nt and wall Invited parted with, or mnrc bred to any oth- dam Jackson, 72, Iloyal King'sby llrst sure countyfine breeder. His special and action, should see this horso Wartlcld la thu only atalllon Inspection S. The fnlrs last fall took Mountz, T. POWELL, er stock. Peyton hy Hutf Duddernr's noted Mollle Cabbell's 3384, wns K. the Itho Money due when mare is parted by Congressman that hns 7 dams In tho greal brood offered Lexington S. remlum sire llustonvllle, Ky Jack, he by Hubble-- s Brlgnolla and King L'agle's lip ha.i two Mnmbrin.. mnro Hat. first dnm Hip. 3179. she Harvey Helm, also several other pro-- with or bred to other stock. of Jim Porter Jennet. out Kin crosses, two Mambrlno I'achcn, Peyton Is fine with very large bone by Kagle Bird 1014. he b Old Kinc mlums. We will also stand a VERY fInE two Mambrlno Chief, i.na Chimes one Several of his colts sold as high as nnd foot, good neck and ear, good liigle. 750, second dam by Red Lion JACK by Napoleon, at thc same placo Willie, one KU cOnward, one Go ) 3rd dnm by Harris' Denmark, he b $125 each nt weaning time, quarter, woll mounted, 15 hands 1 Inch Ho lg well bred. Call and see him at $12 to Insure n living colL He is tlnneer. one --.tn "l, one high nnd admired by all who sop him, Millers Denmark, 45, fourth dam by (thoroughbred.) hands high and a fine beedcr. and uee his pedigree In full. ilc inorp trotting erosoi than nny t.u-- i The bautlful romblmd stallion and Is snld to be the best mule Jack In Jim Bell King Kagle I a combined j B. B. KING, NOTE. Hon alive j. w. & H. C BAUGHMAN, season of Lincoln 'ounty The WarlleM la bv Dare I)ell. 24SrisHlack Jo ourwill make 1 themile north- All nre Invited to come and sec him. Plalllnn,. a breeder of fine color and f Moreland, Ky., Stanford, Ky. barn I 2 King 1811 nt high stvlrd colts, ,they all bavin? i ntiird 2 09 He by Mambrlno Phone In rn.ldcnce -- -. size, style and action. He sired tho 127H h- - Iiv .MBiimnno riiirnei., i.Vn .. D. S. CARPENTER, .iu.v .i olt that won the S !ako at the by .Mambrlno Chief 11. Dam .Merci.;j. ' llustonvllle, Ky. s Stanford fair, and the 1100 stakp no 53tS, by Klectloner i Insure n lHlne colt and will also d.a. by the season to tho parties show Iiucaster defeating here four of tho 12S He lnt best nnd finest colt Colta to be of the great Bex l'eaIre This . nan imtii in n iit-- i pet of King Kirle was second In tlm t National jlUj,r) parties In by disinterested won llio championship .100 slake nt Hnrrndsburr, with 21 ilorse Show In I vys. cla.s 4; llrst stnnford. Ky. ntrles and defeated thp colt that won Hinck Joe Is n heautlful black, fine Nntlnnil Ilorse Show lS'lS. class 2. cl'-- i this stnke, two out of three shows Hisl and nil the stylo ou are fanil first National Ilorre Show 18'it. colts are In demand, bring the lushest hamplmihlp National Ilorse rx)kilnc for. one of tho flnet saddle 10; King Hade will mako tho. prices. National horses to bo found In Central Ken 1900, elns 2; ltr-- t i present season at tho low price of $15 ilorse Show l'MK). cI.ihs :t; Itrsl Nat tucky He li IS hands S inches high to Insure a living colt. onal Horse Show I9H) chws 10: llrst- jjt. yrars old nnd n beauty See him Boston llorsc Stow 1H02, class 3; re ..rOM. ,(Kiklr.g your mares. Ji m,,, jop H bv Hi,. notd Preston WAR TRACE rvi lliwioti llor'e Show lUO.', cla UUJ. one of acond ImmHoh llorr.. hhow Show 22. stnlllonp Kentucky's greatest sad i, Preston by Washing die W'o will also stand the great yonnc .Inns .V MKOlid HiMtiin Ilorse Boston Ilorse ton r.4, Blnrk Jo's dnm l.uclle by I .larl- - War Trace nt 110 for mares and tlasti 2; ni l'.iOS. clnM 1: third lliwton Messriiger Denmark, 2nd darn Hcttlo for Jennets to insuro a living colt Show Anr Trace Is blark with white points Horse Show M03. I.1class 7 He sired Itoblusou, bv lloblnson Vermont, by 1" 2. ilru 'f hands blgli. lie was sired bv llambletonlan. The Hiwu Ideal 2 II Doxll's ou wnnt to bre.'d to one of the (rem Hasten' II he by Imp. Tnxl'ayer cess Helen 2 oft -- Hi XI, Snrnh Hamlin 2 "J 11. Trlf-le- r lest horses In Lincoln lounty at a that sold for $3,200 His dam was bv s -see the Imp. Oreat K.istern. Wnr Trace' leH. '" ' --at our mihounhlo pricewill J. D Kads and i 1 I. Uik pre be taken to pro-eseason All enre Son dam bv Bedford Star, ho by Kzell Will mnke tpiiitiri- - i .i ri'mMi'ini i vi Liii'ijii at nccldents but not responsible stallion and a perlect IndUldual. Tho;s,ti'rll!nt farm on,, mile trom M Mnney. i should any occur If mare are trad- peopl. of Lincoln county have never .NOIP This Jack served only a few-111 to insure a 1iiir colt form, so ed or palled with "canon Is due. lien hail tho opportunity to breed to one Mares In his three year-olS. M. OWENS &. SON, Is also retained on colts for season. tils Hrt colts enmo last spring nnd like him befoie to J. D. EAOS A SON, for MrKlnney. K rill a long felt wnnt. He Is thev sold from $90 mu:o horse mulesyou r0 for mare eolts. so Stanford, Ky. tho kind to cross with our Kentucky $117 In offering to the public this great fcp BBIGHAM YOUNG. marcs to get a high class mule mart younc Jack, v.e have ono thnt Is secthe kind that everybody wants, nnd ond to none This Jack should make the kind that brlngH the big money. Will makc the soaion of 1911 at my The Breeders tiatette or th!b v.eek a great Jennet Jack for he has the llnest hnd McKlunry. Ky.. at the low place nHtr quotes iVslrablo drafters at t .'2.".0J to and bone nsnnd enr nnd ns much foot any Jack living. colt price or IS.00 to lusuro a living high my lino Shetland stal-lio- SviriO.OV, you ain't beat them. VoI will stand Thla Jack Is Hi hands 2 Inches season of 1911 at ltaire will mako Ibo smson or 1911 Dock for the EQUITY lilack 'vlth, white points, lltm stIc tho farm of S. Lan- ono mile from town on thc Danville Kmbry on great bou0 and foot and lisu proved caster pike, at J.10 to Insure tholiving pike at the (loodknlght rami at ?la Ills tolls NO. 922 VOL. 11. hliiikrir a great breeder to Insure a living colt. We will nlso offer for public serIt colt Jack, llo Is bni. alwnjs broughl the lop prices. vice this great SIRED BY WASHINGTON NO..M, FIRST DAM BELL BY RHODE--RICJ. NEVIN CARTER, Dock Is ono of tho finest bred Shetwill pa )ou to see this Jack before land's ever brought to Kentucky. Ho olack villi white points. Ills head Stjntord, Ky. NO 104, SECOND DAM BY DENMARK. breeding your mares. and ear, root and bono aro second 1st dam Is sired by Imp. Hluo THIS CHAMPION 5 GAITED SADDLE STALLION OF KENTUCKY, to none, with style and action like Na- by Imp. Bobbin II; 2d dam Imp. S. M. OWENS & SON. a nvile. Ho is sired by Yelberton. WHICH EVERYBODY IN THIS AND ADJOINING COUNTIES KNOWS HIM McKlnnoy.K) non bv Imp. Bobbin III. Jr., llrst dnm by Dr. Wood, second BOTH AS A GREAT SHOW HORSE AS WELL AS A BREEDER, WILL Dock Grey llo U n beautiful black nnd vhlte, dam by Imported Jack. Yelbeton, Jr.. MAKE THE SEASON OF 1911 AT MY STABLE: IN CRAB splendidly marked nnd an aristocrat ORCHARD, KY. tho slle of Kqulty. Is now at the head all oxer. Just 49 Inches high and the TO A LIMITED NUMBER OF MARES AT $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING saw. pony, 3S Inches tall; own- or Mr T R. Adams' herd of Jennets, sweetest llttlo horse you Shetland COLT. WILL KEEP MARES ON GRASS AT 2.50 PER --AONTH. BUT nt lx?xlngton, Ky. ed by Hunt; Held Foster will mako In offering this Jacti for public ser WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENT OR ESCAPE OF STOCK S. J. EMBRY, JR., season of 1911 nt $10 to Insuro a vice feel sure wo nre offering n Cured by The Marvel ot The Century, Stanford, Ky. SEASON IS DUE WHEN MARE IS SOLD TRADED OR BRED TO U. D. B. Tested for 30 Years. living tolL He Is by an Imported great breeder for competent Judges OTHER STOCK. in th t ho Hawking, spitting, foul, breath, dispony that cost $1,000 in tho Shetland j"; -i charges of yellow matter permanent' Inlands nnd Is regarded by horsemen bringing the highest prices. ly oured with puro Botanical Ingredipr This great Jack will mnke the aii tho best pouy in Kentucky deents. To provo It wo will send you a feating nil comers in tho bhow ring sent season nt $10 for mares nnd $20 SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE,,. DANtlhit-OUa living colt. All CATAItllll 16 NOT ONIA ot rjOII. Lieu retained on all colts for Jennets to Insure I will stpnd my fine J.ick. Sam Keeno but It causes ulcerations, death for the season of 191 1 at the Will until season Is paid. Mnres parted of the above mentioned stock will make tho present season of 1911 nt and decay of bones, Kllla nmbltlon Shanks' farm two miles from town on witn or bred elsewhcro. forfeits In our stable ". 12 mile west of Stan ofton ciiui.es lisa of appetite, and tli,, Somerset pike. ford on the Shelby City pike. Mnres roaoties to general doblllty, Idiocy nnd He Is n black Jack with white joints stirniico and money becomes due. Will traded, parted with or bred elsewhere Watzmann, No. 343. Tills splendid inanslty. It needs uttontlon at onci5. live year old, 14 hands high and make tho season at my farm. without our consent forfeits tho InThis crack joung stallion will make Cermnn Coach horse was foaled .May Curo It by taking Botanic Blood Balm has tine heeding. Ky. JOHN B. FOSTER, Stanford, surance and monoy becomes due at th0 season or 1011 nt my place on the (B. B. B.) It Is a quick radical norms, Will serve mnres nt ;8 to Insuro a 2lst, I'jOJ, by II. Hanenkamp, in Grr. time of such transaction. For furnunt curo because It rldB tho system living colt. Money due when foaled or ther Information call on or address, Itidge near tbc Hush Branch pike. tbut causo cntarrh maro Is pnrted with. juany. Uo wns imported by J. Crouch of the do1m" feruui He Is ono of tho finest breeders Rex Arbuckle 1467 nt the sarr-- time Blood Balm (B. B. J. M. LAIR, lie In the county. He Is slrea bf Chester & Sons, or Lafayette, Indiana. witn S. T. HARRIS & ROBT. WOOD8. Ky. purifies tho blood, does uwny B. B. R. F. D. No. 1, SUnford, B) 3. Phono Chief, he by Chester Adair; 1st dam was sired by Eskimo, No. 1400. He is 25-- 8 every symptom ot catarrh. B. Ky. warm, rich SUnford, Combined stallion. Will make the by Marlon Squirrel; 2nd dam by Ullt a very fine type of the Grrmau coach sonua a tingling flood or paralyzed season ot 1911 at J. N. Denny farm, direct to the Kdge; 3rd dam by On Time; bothi by horses, and sold for $3,000 tbree years on Rich by evitarr-miles Houi Lancaster, Serves, FINE PROPERTY parts aHccted co. II,--) t;111 mako the season nt'roy Gray Eagle. and mond plko nt $20.00 to Insure a livWon. giving, warmth and FOR 8ALE AT McKINNEY ing colL 16 hands place at HuBtonville, nt $10 to insuro Is needed, l.tghtfoot Is a sorrel horse, ilh whoro It wiy . ak.nB a perfect lasting Hex Arbuckle, 14C7 by Box McDon high, has fine style. 110 In tho test n living colt. business, ald he by Hex Denmark 840. 1st Desiring to go Into At the same place 1 will also ativnd PERCHERON STALLION. Iron gray cure of catarrh In all It. bred saddle horse in Lincoln county Illchmond 551, by KlnK itlch by express, 1 subject to register, 7 years old, weighs dam MissPeavlno 58. 2d dam Jennie w0 will sell the following property and also the best Individual. He has my fine trotting stallion Hummer, Jr., Hcym." with directions for homo l.C'iO pounds will make the season of srd, by Lynn, 361, by Stonewall Jackson, 72 located npposlte the depot at McKIn two colts a ready and they are the at $10 to insure a living colL Ills get hnvo all been very fine road hor1911 at my home on the old Isaac by Washington Denmark 64. 3d dum ney, Ky. finest you ever saw. One IS room hotel, ses. Sholby place two miles south of Shel liorence by Hand Maupin'g urennon. Will stand bin at fit) to Insure i M 'Jos sold, traded or bred to any One livery barn, I will stand my soveral fiue acks at b) City on llustonvllle pike at 112.60 living colt. horso without consent, thc other 60x30, with side One store-housio Insuro u living colt. $12 for mares, no Jennets. Money duo d Tanner. money will be clnlmed for service This horso wns but recently ship-leon all tbeso sires when mares are, by our horse. Maros kept at rooms, wiWi stock ot merchandise. in from Oklahoma, where his coltt on grass but not reParties desiring to go into th hotel THE BRIGHT SPOTS. told or traded. equaled tho very best In their class. 10 cents per day sponsible for accidents or escapes. A and livery and goods business will Reflect upon your prwnl blew-int?eo him beforo booking your mare J. K. BAUGHMAN, p.irn inUrn to nrevpnt accident or e lien retained on cons lor me season find this a fine location. Will make of which every man hai many: n good price to right parties. Call llustonvllle, Ky, capo put not responsible should anv money, misfortune, of not on your G H. MASTERS or Chas. on or wrlto DENNY BROS., occur, Dowyer, McKlnney. Ky. which all men have wme. Charles Kentu ?y Lancaster, G. S. SHELBY. Dickens. Shelby City, Ky "I U Kt J Ko'( 4.11.44 lor )tmciii1iUiIIiSIm tPt.ftdlimlfnck wilhotilUil, ' Kkiiv 4 11.44 droned ilmn il l.llrf t trr,f lt.nUm. Kt .mtii "Om dtv r4 III III bell pi fnli I h cvrf i.l.' dritkrn IJh lh wertn tnd lrlfrMi ttiwk IftMintlr Mfg. ltd Guirintt c d by J. RobL Crumt, Rtrdttown, Ky. Price SOc at M Drujjliti. CURES Cholera. Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, :r," ioKv Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry J a DI8NITY UAMt Nominated In ISaZ Ashland Brot k (No. 41750.) 1 WE MAKE LOANS CARELESS - PEOPLE the Chronicle' Saddle Horte Futurity Stake 1911. 1912 And 1913. T. II. ILibrcd by Kugete Aililnnd Kucker, tloorgetown Ky. Vol. 17 A. I) rook 1D03, 3-- aulld bay with nas foaled left hind foot white, 15 hands hlph by Silent 8rred I'KDKIHKi:. Combined itnlllon, Dark Mahogany the ! Ha), :tl; wolgth 1.200 pounds. llrook, No. 1S769, record 2:16 15-:- Carrij Cash But the careful Person deposits his money in WJIt. BJmn. llfyrM "! In absolutely round in every vy 2 tire of Margaret Bathgate, 3-- 4, z:il 4 THE WARFIELD Almont Dare 3228 ""rr '"r,"0 i. Lincoln County 4 2 it Htnl-lio- National Bank Pro-ncve- J, d .Mnm-brln- State Bank n.i SI 200,000 Court-Hous- Trust (0. mTtt Hapsburg 509 ecr llt I I Turner C,AS ,.!. f Black Joe 2 """-"- . jiciwi Chl-ne- .;" .. c gt lov W reere 1 hHBpbDI VOLTAIKE, .wMO lle-wlll J- -0 ''' 2 1 !re 'nt -- d Dock PRESTON. l.e; Catarrh ccr 'o Sam Keene 2 v tbier J. C. BAILEY, Crab Orchard, Ky. dfcahtfo&tlr Watzmann, 343 o 72-ni- ng M ALTO, 2 rnl. '$$ g, iii thr e ren-dcrc- jCouis Jones, pt Stanford, J(y, nwrw-w-- mi hi nnn. iminrwrjpr ,Tiie Interior Journal Established 1872 M. 8HELT0N SAUFLEY,... Publisher IN ADVANCE Fine Embroideries, White Goods Wash Goods And Shirt Waists. Your Chance To Buy Commencement Outfits Very Cheap real warm weather has been so slow coming" that we have lost lots of time for The these proods, and we will for five days see what some very low prices will do We think that they will sell of fall the surslus stockof 27 inch flounces and bands also white goods and wash goods. While they are going cheap you had just as well lay in your supply tor all season. II A YEAR 8TRICTLY Entered at ttio postofflce at as second class malt. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Circuit Judge. HON. CHAKi-r- f A. HARDIN, ot Mercer County Commencement AT THE JUNCTION SCHOOL NEXT CITY HIGH WEEK Junction city, May 16 Ml The latter hnlf ot this week lias l.een reserved for the concluding exercises of tho Junction City graded high school. On Wednesday evening a reception to tho pntrons or the school will be given at Maccabee Hall by On members of tho High Schcul. Thursday evening there will be a play t' entitled "Tho Kingdom rz Hearts will be presented by same nt the hall nnd on Friday evening the com r.icncctnent Mill be held. .Miss Laura KcJIcy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kellcy, will be tne only graduate this year. Hot Springs In both Arkansas nnd Virginia are noted for their health gting properties. Hot springs in Ken tr.tky give everybody tho fever peculiar to that time of the year. Mr. O. A Dunn, rural mnll carrier, Is having his beautiful residence paint cd by that master artist, Edward Con-tenKen-drlck Wfl-Ham- These Prices Are For THIS WEEK ONLY. Shirt Waists. WE ARE GOING TO OFFER AT SPECIAL PRICES OUR ENTIRE OF DAINTY LINE OF SHIRT WAISTS, CONSISTING OF HUNDREDS LINGERIE WAISTS AND FINE TAILORED LINEN WAISTS, ALL SIZES AND PRICES FROM ?1 TO $5. ALL ARE ABSOLUTELY NEW AND FROM BEST MAKERS IN NEW YORK, AND THIS SALE IS JUST TO CATCH UP ON SAELS LOST DURING BAD WEATHER. ' 50C FOR ANY WAIST THAT SOLD AT 75C. 83C rOR CHOICE OF ALL $1.00 WAISTS. 98C i CHOICE OF ALL WA'ISTS THAT SOLD AT ?1.25. $1.40 CHOICE OF ALL WAISTS THAT SOLD AT $2.00 $2.65 CHOICE OK ALL WAISTS THAT SOLD AT $3.50. AND SO THROUGH THE LINE. White Goods WE QUOTE BELOW A NUMBER OF SPECIAL PRICES ON DESIR. ABLE WHITE GOODS A GREAT DEAL CHTAPER THAN ANY FORMER BUY ALL YOU CAN USE AND BUY IT NOW. PRICES. IOC YARD 48 INCH WHITE FRENCH LAWN; WAS FORMERLY 20 CENTS. 10C SEED DOTTED SWISS; FORMERLY 25C. 10C SHERRETTC CLOTH: EVERYWHERE 20C. IOC WHITE UNION DRESS LINEN; WORTH 19C. IOC HEAVY UNION DRESS LINEN; WORTH 2C. 25C VERY SHEER LINLN, WAS 35C. 25C PURE LINEN, LIGHT WEIGHT FOR DRESSES AND WAISTS. 50C $1.00 , Miss Lavlna Mcfiraw, of Caldwell College, Danville, is a guest of her parents, Mr., and Mrs. B. J. McGraw. Tbo Cumberland Grocery Co., of Lebanon is having its warehouse located here, enlarged by weatherboard ing the porch on the North side of the building. .Miss Ruth Keanc has returned from Ilurgln where, she went to attend tho marriage o( Miss Beulah Hawkins to Mr. Hamilton Denny. S. W. Uurkc bought of f. S. Tevls n milk cow' for which he paid $15. .Mr. Jacob Anderson son of Mark Anderson has gone to Emerson, Canada on a prsopecting trip. Mrs. C. F. Dennis and Master Charles Kreincr have returned from a visit to the former's mothc, Mrs. N. Kren-er- , FINEST IMPORTED CREPE MARQUISETTE, """ WAS I . Fine Embroideries WE WILL OFFER ABOUT 25 PIECES CF CHOICE NEW ONE LOT EMBROIDERED FLOUNCES. ALL NEW THIS SEASON. FLOUNCES AT 39C YARD. AT 69C WE WILL OFFER FINE REDUCED FROM $1 YARD, AND WE WILL MAKE EQUALLY BIG REAND BABY IRISH DUCTIONS ON ANY OF THE FINE EMBROIDERED FLOUNCES. THESE RANGE FROM 95C TO $3 YARD. FINE LINE OF EMBROIDERIES PRICES AT ALL FROM 50C TO $4 YARD. EMBROIDERED AND BABY IRISH BANDS IN ALL WIDTHS AND PRICES AND EXQUISITE DESIGNS. AND BANDS TO MATCH FLOUNCES, WITH EM- BROIDERY DONE IN BLACK AND COLORS. JUST THE RIGHT GOODS ANO AT THE RIGHT TIME AND RIGHT PRICES. ALL-OVEALL-OVE- Dress Linens LOWEST PRICES QUALITIES. 10C 10C EVER NAMED ANYWHERE FOR THESE DRESS WERE 20C 19C CHOICE OF. AN ASSORTED LOT OF FINEST COLORED DRESS LINENS, REDUCED FROM 3CC. 40C AND 50C YARD. 19C 36INCH WHITE ALL LINEN ETAMINE AND CREPES WORTH UP TO 50C YARRD. PRICES FOR THIS WEEK ONLY. LINENS; i STRIPE DRESS I INENS; WERE 2CC. NAVY AND LIGHT BLUE SNOWFLAKE kr: Paris. Mr. J. W. Bailey and wife have returned from Pensacola, Fla. 'Mrs. J. "W. Bailey Is visiting her par cnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Dungan. In In. Wash Goods AUCHTERMUGTY LINEN SUITING, IN TAN, CADET BLUE, PINK, LGHT BLUE, GREEN AND OLD ROSE. THIS IS EXCELLENT MATERIAL LTOR SUITS, DRESSES, AND SKIRTS, AND NEVER SOLD UNDER 15C YARD. 9C YD. CHOICE OF A LINE OF VERY SHEER PRINTED LAWNB MADE LIKE FLAXONS; WERE 12 r CENTS- 9C YD LINE OF NEW PRINTED VOILES; WORTH 15C. 19C CHOICE OF ALL OUR LINE OF WOVEN STRIPE AND CHECK IMPORTED VOILES AND IMTORTED TISSUES. THE VERY LATEST. 5C YD ABOUT 300 YARDS OF LIGHT DRESS GINOHAMS IN LENGTHS OF 6 TO 12 YARDS. WORTH 10C YARD. 9C YD Sience Hill Miss Sallle Pitman, of Parksvllle, rns the guest Wednesday of Miss At ma Cosby. Miss Zana Rogers, of Gravel Switch Linen Coats. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN ENTIRELY NEW LINE OF 54INCH NATURAL COLOR LINEN COATS AT SPECIAL PRICE OF $6. 8AME GRADES THAT SOLD AT $9. -' is being taught the millinery business In this city by Mrs J. XV. Burke. Mr. Matt Crow, of Lincoln county, was 1 ntown Wednesday. He is just up from a sovcro attaeK of tho grip raid attendant ailments. Mrs. A. F. Shank, who had a bad attack of Indigestion a few days since, is rapidly recovering. Mr. Henry Minor, of Danville, has rented the hotel property at LInletta Springs and movd Ills family into tt llejias been In bad health and hopos to regain same at tMB once famous resort. l'rr.f. K. Ij. Uiubbs took the census of Moreland white school district and lound 168 pupils the tame ns last year SS boys and SO girls. Mrs. Maggie Leigh Kellcy of More-lan- d left Monday after a visit to her parents bere. Mr. R T. Burke, Bernnrd Smith and Dr. J. R. Steele attended the McCord-Hamne- r trial at Lebunon thin week. Bro. Walter K. Frawee. of Louisville, State President or Christian Sunday school work will lecture nt the Junction City Christian church on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Elizabeth Vox nas returned from a visit to Miss Grace Roberts or i-. We have left a number of fine Point Lierre Lace and Point D'Bsprit Net Robes which we offer at choice for $5. These are complete dresses, cut out ready to be put and can be easily made up at home Prices of these were $15, $19, 22.50 and 27.50, and we offer choice for $5. This is an opportunity to secure a really handsome gown at lowest possible price, and if interested, come early. tog-ether $22.SO Lace Robes For $S.OO A. B. Robertson & Bro. Danville, Kentucky. ter, Mrs. w. C. Cummins. .Mr. N. who has been to the Splller Sanatorium nt t'rub Orchard is much Improved Jn health. J. H. Thompson nnd wlfo visited Ce phas Morgan nnd wife at Point Lea veil last week. Whllo at dinner Sunday, a hog rooted tho wheels of the nice, new buggy, nnd down the hill it went, over a high bank into n pool of deep water, both shafts were broken off und otherwiso damuged. Miss Mary Hallcy and Alllo Mao Cummins or Crab Orchard, with Jessie I'ettus, of Hubble oiuv Tory Anderson or this place, wero tho guests of Miss tin I'ettus at hor homo in (larrard. Tho cow, belonging to Mrs. John found after an absence of near a month After trying tho eilcacy or printer's ink. Mrs. Naylor Is convinced that tho find Is largely duo to tho power Of a certain fortun lul'or. wlin nn clcurly described the locality v.hon her co ww, that after looking Into two likely places, ttio third proved lucky. hv hwn Ir- - T Mn vwnrwl countj. T" Farmer s Lnlon of Heazloy's The old lactorv lot Is neltig planted Irish sotntoes Instead or tobacco school house meets every Wednesday mis spring. nlBl,t. it was organized some two iMiss uruce uoiierm ami menu mibp ago nnd now has a largo list Noil, of Whitley county, were with months of members end more coming In at Miss Kllzaboth Fox. ciich meeting. They art planning to Mr. Jesse Meg Is building an addisoon build n lodgo room, warehouse tion to his house hero. Mr. J. W Dwllthy nnd Mr, Arnet nud a grocery. This new organization Brother brother and nephew ol Mrs, Bucms to bo taking litto wild tiro ut T. K. Penile have lately undergone at St. Joseph's hospital Lexington, opera-lion- s other points in Garrard as veil. P, L. Thompson went as delegate for cancer and appendicitis respectively and camo noar djlng. to the district conforenco of tho M. K. Mr. Christian Rnglemau of Mt. church at Ilurgln. Sllem i3 ut homo here since Mr Mntt Re. Andoisnn Cornelius, of tho Hap Knglemnn his brother sold oit his tlst church has n bud hand from htore thoro. nr w r Jiunn, ami bister miss i,0od poison. ' ' .' " ' Nowland. of m Lyons and husband fedar Creek were visiting hig dough-Mrs Aniolda In Mr, Robert Ford, or Moreland who "WCija delegate to the state camp of M. W. A's. at Bowling Ureen, wna choscialternate to May field of Snraer Bet to Buffalo, N. Y. Head Couip June 20 lDlfcs Mrs. Ecklernd win Howard and, Mr. JnmcH Lyomi nro making their to i..Mr. live. Edmont Line the innr-i,.r....,...- - homo with her rmother Mrs. Zcrolda mi. wujr. ro trjytnn, .uh-iu-iui am-iuuaiiEMer uiara, nave go man of Danville was set upon by Kn- gleman's bull doe a few days ago. PREACHERSVILLE Mr. K U. Grubbs Is working on tho new Whlpn hotel nt Liberty. term or school Tho subscription Miss Kllen Montgomery had Mr. Fleece Ewlng complete her residence taught by Miss Lizle Pettus so nicely on the Kolfman place In Lincoln cogej Friday, n n. The sablo soothsayer located! ,u A'VUJ' l.tTll 1) UUUn, LEACH J MRS. ELIZABETH I -- MONUMENTS '' - in numory 01 Mrs. nilzauetn Leach who died at her home nt Maywood, Ky Mnv 1st 1911 Sho was born .'in nu jum isjj nnu lived n mwnoer of tl'o Christian churcc for a number f ' ii.r . ....... uk iiiru ....... ii jv'uid. emu .it- -. i win. u (uiuiuica tion of trouble nnd all was ilouo that loving hands could du but Hod saw Debt to take our dear mother. Sho leaves to inmnn her josh a husband "our cluldien and two brothers hut wo all expct to meet her in a brighter world above. Her funeral services wero conducted, nnu at tier request tho remaliM wen' laid to rest in tho old Kpln-su- s church yurd to nwnlt the vc loved our resurrection morr. mother but the Lord knew best nnd tok her from us. Wool- not for me drnr loved ones, As thoho whoso I'opea are uln; Tor In that shining country, I'd meet you all again. IMIIMi OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over their final resting place. A monument is not expensive unless you care to have it so. Our work is unsurpassed and considering quality, is very cheap. We have a large stoct to select from. t t Wm, Adams & Sori 142 N. Broadway, Lexington, Ky. Chrlu Eld ho woi'ld prepare. And If you will Forve lilm fiiltbful. With ni0 that homo vou'II share, LVVk J ta&lFAtS,T' ' 1 Not in distress and sorrow, Will 1 met you up above; Hut with our blessed bavlor, All will bo peace nnd oo. I nra going to that mansion, J Her dnuguier Mra. Cynthia Chandler. 4 JWK "TV TM ii t . ja... - irr- ifmtmi mwtwj'tui)-i r ir ' "I'jHJ ' ""' ' ''" Tl ff VWW i. nl r lr PERSONAL and SOCIAL Mr. nncl Mrs. II. P. (llftwcox Kpcnt HiinUny with rolntlvcs nt I'nrkavllle. Col. John llrown, of Ml. Vernon, liml to oo Uio Derby run Hntunlny. Mrs Sun Yonnor Ih the Bueitt of Mrs V. K. Itlco In lmlnvlllc. Mr, V. . Welch ntlondod (o Dor MuIavHJp, Iniit Haturdny, by In J, O. nnd Mnck Kiilinnk. J. T worn ntnotiR the lornl mntlnRcnt nt th0 derby Hntunlny. Ih MhUIiik hid loKnn Hti'phi'iiMon Mlntcr MrB, V. M. Ilohnon nl rump Km-bry I.CllKVlllO. t ') . of KnnxWIIc, In Dr. 1. W. .1. S. iriiput of IiIm brother-in-laTho Girl (Irndiinto Trice --'.50. Hooker nnil fntiill). . School llirl Days, rnce ;i.r. Mr. Vlrsll I.e, foimerly connected My Commencement I'rlcc ?U'J with tho Cltlxpn'ti Drue. Co, nt My IIIrIi Hcliool llnys ,1'rlcn I2.'i: nnd J will open n rtniR nloro In School Follow D.ijs .. .Trice JI.OU end JI.T5 I'lnmlllH llnrlan ntmut Jurin Ut. ON ALL PURCHASES TO THE AMOUNT OF $5X0 OR MORE FORWARDING CHARGES WILL BE PREPAID Hun. mt. lop tnnrrtpa MIks Mnry WITHIN 200 MILES OF )'jiinliiRt)n ol Hlnnforrt. LOUISVILLE. tSi'orRo I' llrtght U'ft Sunday to nnd Mr nnd MrB. WooiIb Wiilk-- r, COME TO LOUISVILL AT OUR EXPENSE. tho Confederate reunion nt l.lltl Mihboh Mary und MiirRiirot Walker RAILROAD FARES REDATED AT TRANSFER DESK, SOUTH END OF BUILDING. Itnck. OWING TO THE SUCCESS OF OUR NEW PLAN OF REBATING RAILROAD FARES, WE WILL CONTINUE SAME UNTIL JULY Ut. of (inrrnrd eounty, spent Sunday wltli Onrl Cnrtor enmo oor trom l.ox Mr nnd Mm J C. llayn. !") with tho ItiRton tofpend n Dr. V. A. llrown, of I'Mrksvlllo wa . hero lam week for o fhort visit to Mr. nml Mrs. J. H. Itlco nnd Mr. and Dr. K 'J. llrown. ita n In Mr. 'I'. A. Itlcc spent Dr J (1 Carpenter dellereil mi ad l.oulitvlllo Ian week ilrofH befoio the tomuntlmi of railway Iltitctii-so,Mrn. I. nnd little wn surReuiiH in I.oiiIb:IIo last week. nro vlnltlnK hor pnrwitr) In Morccr M. V, StophaiiBon, (if I II C. Cnrpenter spent Sunday v.iiii Mr. and Mr i PAY OAGH FOR YOUR fROOUCe.! county. , Itnhmond (.pent sotnmi ilays with re j IiIk sister Mrs "titer Curr enter a I am handling buggies, wugout an J J. S. Ownley, Jr, wan In l'rnukllu l.itlet, hero lout week. Shelhyvllle. tho ilnya lad week with IiIh wlfo I,. Soars nnd little daughter farmlnc Implements and haveJexm. M. Cook, formerly of l.lru-- u Mr... It. Jilcoat Mill freshest lino ot jru-'k- r. M. McHlwnln In qulto touiii), who is now ouo of the InrRohl (i'lii'Mi left Saturday . whono fnttmr J. islt her "" III.. Ho will lx tnkpn to mi Atlantic Jsrk, inula and romo IJfiedtjiu 'ii (no Soirs and other relatltoM and treats, ( tits, etc, in tho NVest IJnd V II l.alr. lintpltnl till week l.liu-olcounty, miidn i shori buslnet frlrndn at ShnriisburR, Kj , and Car- - I emi tme you money. Huston-Hi- e. Ky Mm. C (Srlnat.ul, who ban btm'i trip hero InM Mlday. lisle, Ky. mt. aenrg win do none J T (SretnliiK, of l.oxliiRton. has re about a month. the RHPBt of her IMor, Mm. Amolln 1 nm now selling tho latest magaCiildwr.ll Hmlth will rpturn to hor i.ioed to liarrnrd county, threo mile zines and uouspapors. Give mo your fow dnn hoiuo In Stanford In on the l.oxlimlon out of SHORT LOCAL NEWS subscriptions. 1 can avo you money Piuitlllo Advocnto. ptlirt and orders hlb I. J., chmiRed A. Allon. J thither. C 1. N. Glllock, HuEtonvllIc, Itov. J. J. DlckPX, J Ncwlnnd nnc wife attended Owlt-Cnhh.iRo and tomato plants a' MIsb Uertn Jean renny,.cf Stan For Sale Zi shares Lincoln Nat- 3V1 p District Conference at Uurgln tnroo ford, wis In I)nnlllo this moriilnr; li:llot store, llustotnille. If you want a bathroom that will tonal Hank stock. Address Lock I!o DON'T BE TOO aENEROUS. , days I ant week. hulnK como oer to meet hor 37-2f.8, Stanford, Ky. Minn I.ula Mny llruro and MIkhos last you a lifetime, let us intal one Mrs M. C Saufley, who has Soornl nice second hand Impaled Ada ami Hoihlu Alcorn left yeatorday Ixeti lttltliiK at Wllmore. Monday h on hands for salo cheap. wltli tho cement, lime, etc., you get for you NOW. Hotter t Dr. Aaron S. Watk:ns, of Ada O.. llt- Mrs Itodtmin Adwiente. for llnrrodi-burfrom us. Remember to at nil our build como quick. Tenco tiros. We carry the best line of tin, gutTlwy will upend today on Into candidate for vice president on Koenon. Com- llrown, tins received his Ing mp.terlils are much stronger than tho prohibition ticket delivered two fiom the l.onisvllle law bcIhhiI tho hanks of the Kentuck plcnlclnc tering, spouting, Myer's pumps, gra5000 rods of American Hold tenco Ftn the present court-hou'sthu ordinary und you can therefore-usnnn returned lome D.un II V Advocnto v. K ory strong adrcsses at tho nas(K?lated with hln fattier now ready for distribution. lm uo Ho Is n powerful less than ordinary quantities. If phite, roofing, paints, charcoal filters the Stli Mm. A. l Carman m atlll nufforlni; In will practice of hlk. cnosen prufes-nio- lerktns Crab Orchara, Ky. the from a fracture ot her right wrlt. respeaker and presents his lews In n 7ou llko we'll tell you Just hew to and a guaranteed line of Sanitary W J Sparks and Mlsf Mm. ceived mneral weeks nco In Danville were sent nB Tor Snle. Mixed hay, haled. .Mrs. cry forceful manner. At night ho mix them to get the best results at bathroom fixtures. bv rtfnll on the rnllronil tracks while Mit Wlll'arns IVilerarlon of Women's Clubs, tho least cost. Come In and ask us. held a good lecture. 31-preparing to take : train for l.oxlng to the met lu U.ulsvllle this week MntUo V. Klrhy whlrh tlHI. W. K. WARNER, In Mm J W llrown who was alrend Welch spent neernl Mm. W ( H. I). Fields, of Longliman, Fla , Is Stanford, Ky. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. t!eort;o T. llrlpht makes n saho the iltv and who wa nlso named as Isltlng his brother Henry Fields In iliiyn Inst week In Lexington nnd I'nrls n deiente fromtlu- - Woiiians Club of thut will euro white swelling carbunwith her brother J W llnydt-i- i Tlolils In the country. Mr. He'ds Is Mt eriion. remn'ned oer for the Mlm Snvnnnuh Catherine I'otk lett tnpetlrK cles, bolls, bono felons, cuts, corns. of a trnellng which promises Mm Marv K Wlllfmns Krldny for Knoxvllle to niaKe a unit Mrs It IS ulso wiro cuts, hoi nest sores and to mako Mm wealthy by JihIro nd to her idMer Minn Cynthia lleek Williams, ot ColiiRton, nrrhed scratches on jlur horses. (Sunranttcd Chester Mich, who wan n popular Many wimn n lends nnd For Kent. Four room cottage, good .t!oaiuan for llaneldeii ro.. of I ol .Mrs Williams Knthered at to cure. -- .' and fiOc a box. returned to tlH station and pive her a warm pavements goodhtable, lots, and gir-defor Rome lime, hax "Thono iC !' O. Ho 19'J, ieunamlne county hiH home nt llanlev, and 4 acios pasture land attach Is looktnR nnd telln? much Ml. MU Minello l'rultt of Morelanrt liupro-- Sheand our people rejoice t' 38tf. W. M. Ilrlght, Aum. upent heernl dnyn mm. week with the iiao her hack home a Rain Mt Ver A sorrel hort.c rlKht fore- Slra.ved Deafness Cannot Be Cured non SlRiutl M Irises Stratili . Ior bowed with knot on knee. Stni)ed tr local applications, a. Thererannot rrach waydL olf laht Monday niRht. Any infnrma raftM porlkro ol Ihe rar. th.r 1. ontr one thr to 1. tlon will bo gladly recehed besides ro rare d.ataria. and that an br rotutltutlonal remedies. Inflamed condition ot tbe IcafncM U tauMl bjr raucous Union ol the Fuitachian Tube. W hen lot. ward. J. II. Oum, Stanford Ky. la InfUmed you hae a rumbling sound or Imtube u perfect bearing, and when It to entirely cKMed. Ky. u the result, and unleM the Inflammation ran be taken out and tht. tubo reitored to lu normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever: nine caw. which U nothing Tor Ilcnt, grass lot on Somerset out ot ten are rained by Catarrh, mucou. .urtacea. but an Inflamed rondttlon ol the We will give One Hundred Dollar. lor any case ot rtreet. Mrs. Msttlo V. Klrby. J cannot be cured (cauned by catarrh) In nifl-InerlioiiK-fnlkn- Mm J. n, JoueR nml children nrn UnithiR rnlattrpfl In Hoy to. Mr, .1. C llnyn lontlnueA quite low nt hlri homo here. Krnnk Phillips enme down fro lm don nnd upent Sunday with thu home folkn. Mr. I.egllo Cnrler, of (Irecnslioro, V. C, la tho Riicn of hi brother, Mr II. I). Cntcr. Hanker J. V. lliiloeHOti, of Stan fonl, wnB In Dniivlllo ymttorilny. "Jim In one of tho Hlnto'h Danvlllo Advoento. I)r Wood ORlhle, ol l'rlncton, Ky, nn hero Inut week to neo Mr mm .Mm. J. C. Ilnje. Mm I. K. Cnrpenter, of U'llliaiiih-pirt- , I 'a , In tho KUORt of her pnreiiti Mr. and Mm. .1 N. Mem-roe- . Mia Kiln May Saundem nnd Mm Oum May upon! novornl ilnys In liuln-Mile- , BtmlyliiR nirlns tyle in wlde-ii-wnk- o Imn-Ker- 'JisMniimiMiiiH-AiBaiian- i -- THE LARGEST HI IF Mail Order House In The South! Prompt service, accurate filling of orders, Satisfaction guaranteed. Send in your order at once it will be filled by return mail. Commencement books. A nice line of commencement books for girl and boy graduates. Beautifully bound in Clotn, Ooze and full leather, some of which are: If neral STEWART DRY GOODS CO., 1 incorporated. Louisville, Kentucky. 10-1- 0 - t. Rninil-n.oihor- - di-K- ree ' ii o dek-RBte- s 4 J. bco-sa- Snt-unla- Jin-uaht- 30-2- 1 wel-coii- Seasonable Wash Goods This sudden change from winter to Red Hot Values AT 37-2- Deal-nei- Deamea. by Hill Zero Prices We made a good pick up of a manufacturers' line of Men's and Boys' Men and Boys Look ! Let me Insure ysur tobacco agalntt loss or damage by hall, thi tobacco Low rate. R. groovers' worst enemy. l meeting of ChrisIho M, Newland Agent. tian churrheb ot Lincoln county will bo held nt McCormnck's church SaturNotice. Tho first, person caught day. May 20th. ThU 'ta tho oldest flshlug In Harrow's or any pond on church of our people In tho county, our plnco will bo prosecuted to the as well ng tho homo or our falthtul full extent of tb law, 3, J. Embrj, chairman, Mr. T. W. Carter and 1 37-Jr think It nothing more than fitting tiin' wo should m.iko (his the greatD. Steenbergons sells, builds, re J. ..looting wo have ocr hold Hvcry pairs nnd adjusts scales at rocK bot- est h Is urcged to send Its clruri tom prices. Seo him for prices beioro propald tor lira work. D. M. you buy. Addrosa Crab Orchard, Ky. Walker. semi-annuarepre-FenUitlS-ti- Catarrh Cure, nend for circuUrs. rree. J. CIIUNKV & CO . Toledo. O. Fold by DruggUta. 75c. Taac Hall a iamlly 1111s tor ooortlpatlon. that t. summer calls for thin clothing. We are showing an unusually attractive line of new wash goods. New Egyptian Tissues A Sheer Fabric in a dozen patterns at 25c yd. Summer Underwear We will put them on sale begin ning i 'iraduating presents In great at Mueller's tho jeweler. tf Hats cleaned and reblocked nt Cum iuIdb and W'curcu's. In White ground with Black, Blue, Green, Lavendar figures at 25c Woven Flaion wmshay., MAY 17TH -- ... . -- 9 At a saving to you ot about one half. One lot of Boys' and Men's shirts CARD OF THANKS TO THE VOLUN TEER FIREMEN. I am very grateful to tho volunteer W. S. Fish repreents only tne firemen, and to all persons who utded and strongest Insurance companies. them to extinguish tho tiro that con 34 tf burned my warehouse f nra aure their Let him keep yuu protest'.!. services not only saved vy stqrt loom, but the entire opora houso block G. A. R. MEMORIAL DAY 1 Adjut.int K. I). NonKs, of G. A. It.. You havo my sincere th.mks nnd bo Tost No. 2G Inform tho 1. .1 , that llova tho thanks of rho cltiuwa 0 " It , Mem- our town. Sunday May 2Sth, 1'JU G. J. S. Hocker. orial tlav will bo im'tl at llphosua ' ' Baptist ehurth All olti soldiers und their families tiro InWted to attend llov W Mcllutehlngs, of Tioacliers-vlllwill preach tho reimon lor Lj., Sale. Uulldlng lot In Itowland a Mrs. Mattlo V. Klrby. nt Printed Flaxon in light and dark grounds at 15c yd Sheer Batiste in a variety of patterns at 15c yd All colored figures on white ground Batiste with and without border lOcyd ' o 4 and Union Suits, the 25c and 35c 19c kind at MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS,' the 50c 29c to 75c kind, at MEN S UNION SUITS, the 75c 48c to $1 kinti, at Don't let this money saving get by you. op-'portuni- ty . A. lribblo, furniture, carptits, vail paper, frames, eludes, laco cur.14 tf tains, trunks, etc. Wash Voil in solid black, solid white Also blue, black and Lavendar checks, at 25c yd Big Line of Gingaras in Plaids and Stripes and Solid at 10c to 25c Severance & Son, Stanford, Kentucky. OETSY'S POINTERS! "What has become of tho old fashor ioned cook who had something ou tho BOURBON POULTRY stovo thut would uof bo dono until CURE day after tomorrow? Hut prompt down the thraatpf a eapliur ness governs the day. If you wnnt up chicken, deitrTp tba worm, to dato groceries you immediately and tavea tho chick's life. tVsryfcrSi'u Alcwaropam mo annuoe think ot Coffey & Coleman." water cure, und Try a "necr full" Kerosene can for t Vu davs If not tho best you ocr saw For the treatment ot White Dlarrhoealnchlckf cr used, bring it back and got our and Ulitckbead and other diacaaca ta tuikcya Houey Tints tho wny wo sell It BOURBON POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL COFFEY & COLEMAN, Prompt Delivery. One 30c bottle makes 12 uallona of medicine. Phone 196. ' nicpfAKP With a Butterick Pattern you can make a number of , pretty dresses at little cost, Severance & SonV Stanford, Ky Im Varritk 'B Hanna's Green Seal K . bBBBBBI b V luVASi 1 "THE MADE-TO-WE- AR PAINT" This magnificently bred young stallion will make tho season of 19! t nt my stable near Stanford, Ky, on the Shelby City pike nt tf. to Insuro a living coll Don Varrlck In -3 htm Is t- Hat stood the tett of time and ha been improved in quality with the passing years. Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. TEST THE QUALITY. it a difference. HfiMHiak2w t7 (' It is a good idea to learn the composition of the paint you intend to use. There ,JV L ', V. fH"isisHP The printed formula appears on every package of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. This is an evidence of good faith and attests the confudence the makers have in their product. FOR SALK BY heautlftl chestnut, short bark hc.ny Lone In fnrt the highest type of the trotter nnd perfect disposition lit l ly the groat Onward Slher 2.0! It, that won tho f.l.OOO Trnnsrlvatila In a neen heat rnce In 1902 nnd tsesnme )oar won the ) 0.000 llonncr Memorial nnd the J' nnl M M" 'n broken heiils nnd sild for 121,000 nnd later for $2;, ('00 Don Varrlck U bred esnrtly like Sp.inlrh Queen tint wtin thn $5,00H Tranilnnln In I90S making b re curd ol 2 07 and wnn claimed a one or the four, being orio of tho greatrt money t Iniiern on the grand circuit n 1 L. L. SANDERS,.... GEORGE B. PRUITT- CRAB OPCHARD MORELAND KV KY FOR PUBLIC SERVICE SEASON OF 1911. The Sensational Performer and Splendidly Ured Registered Saddle Stallion "svsvsviCssTifVKifsFsSsvs i CARROLL 3241. foaled 190G. Hay horse star and hind ankles white, 13.3 Sire, Preston 922 by Washington 54 by Cromwell 73 by Washington Den mark 64 Preston's dam was Belle by Roderick 104 by Mambrlro LeQrand 99 by Highland Chief and the dam of Roderick was by a son of Peters' 1- -1, Hal-cor- PRESTON--438- 3 (A. s. h. it.) ALLEY GREGOR RCCOril, U 43401. and half rlter to Madelrnr Patch en the dam of Rubber 2 10, Winches Slier Is by Onward, on,, or lh grentest nnd bent sons of (eorgt Wllken Onw anl'n dam wns tio dam of director, tho sire or that great fnmly of trotters nnd pacers. Don Varrlck'H 1st dam ik by Wlkes Hoy, by (leore Wilkes a full sister to The Way 2 IS Hilly Wilton 2 20, unit 2 19 Miss R 2 30 2nd dntn Mnry by Hocg'r (Irey L'agle the dam of The Way nnd Madlrno Patohen. Don Vnrrlck's dam prndurrd Dr Conner, that placed n public half mll en the Lexington track at 1C inonthn In 1.0S and sold to N W Ilubln-ge- r of New llnven for SI 000 alio also prodtired Maggie Igo, that trotted n mile on the fame tract nt lfi month old In I 11 and sold for S'iOO. Don nrrlrk Is rant game and nlunya on the trot, verv rarely ever leaves hln feet In fi weeks handling last fall h trotted a quarter on Inlf mile track In 1 2 See half In 1 10 and the 2 on thn otiHldc of mile In 2 27 track Pleare not,, tho rich Inheritance of speed on botr liles. not n mlsMng link for generation' llreeil to this fellow nnd you can't ml the four things everv breeder looks for sire, dlanosltlon, speed nnd looks See him before Ixmklng our mare- Season money due when mares are parted wit or bred to another horse Mnre kept at 10 cent per day and all iar taken, will not be responsible for accidents or escapes. Don Vflrrlckr la a 2 10 trotter If he had th- - proper hnndllng 4 1 1 ill DOS. On wind ter 2:19 3-- 4. Trotter Chestnut Stallion About 16 Hands, 8 Years Old. Reg' istered, Volume 17. George Wllkrs 5IJ, 2:22 Sire of 83; dams of 204. n By Enoch Ard'n Dam Baby Pence 7G49 By Almont Forest 2863. 2nd Dam Lady Pence Bv Garrard Chief. 3rd Dam CARROLL PRESTON Is the finest Individual and host performer In Central Kentucky and proved himself one of the most formidable ring horses out last season. He Is one of the greatest racking horses seen In His colts years and has a splenld trot with a world of speed and nctlon. are proving him n coming sire and aie the kind that will sell high. Will stand nt the low fee of $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT at A. T. Stock Yards In Stanford. Good pasture and care at prevail Ing rates, Lien retained on colt until errlce Is paid. Best of care, but not responsible for accidents. Address, 1t Jay lllrd Allerton G128 5060 ljily Frank itt 'O Record 2:0J Slro or 201; dams or 3C, Including Nnncy Itoyco Laconda (P) 2:02. 2:00 tlen. Forrest 2:08, etc. Slro of 131; dams or 79. Uiisslc Wilkes tarn of 2. Record 2:17 Sire ot 111, dams of Ky Mambrlnn Star (iroat brood marc. 585, Mnmbrlno Hoy 844. Sire "f tfr, dainB of 43. Norn Wilkes. lly (,porg' Wilkes 619 647 1SS to .ID lo Pearl McGregor Record 3-- Robert Mctlregor 's (Carroll Preston Is nominated In The Saddle Horse Futurity Stake.) W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Ky. Uregor 2:19 and granC Maud R dum of Trocar 2:17 Dam of May Ulrd 2:21 Pearl McGregor 2:23 nnd Alley Major Kdsall 216. Slro of 1: dam of 1. Nancy Whlltnnn untraced. 4 Seneca Chief 378. Slro of 4; dam of 15. Jenny. liy Champion (irinneis. Dam of Jericho 230. tirandam of 4. Bay stallion 13-- hands, foalod summer 1C02, said by good Judges to be one of the finest stallions living. Ho Is a perfect Image of his great sire Chester Dare 10. Mr. J. C. Graves who raised nnd showed Chester Dare 10 says It Is almost Impossible for two horses to bo more alike than Garrard Chief 18J3 and Chester Dare 10. Col. W. A. Rarrlger ot Shelbyvllle, Ky., has Judged this horse at the Texas State Fair several times says he is as of fine a horse as ho ever saw. Garrard Chief won the ohampionshtp Dallas in 1908, 1909, 1910 and during that time his colts tho South West at won more than anT other herd shown there In saddle classes. At Fort Worth Horso Show In March 1910 Garrard Chief won first in breeding class for saddle stallions and ago over 15 good ones, ho also won at same saddle stallion mare or gelding. He will make the rlace first for season of 1911 four miles from Stanford on Huston We pike at 23 to Insuie living colt Mares grazed 12.50 per month. Care taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occur. 3 flve-galte- d Garrard Chief. 1835 ALLEY GREGOR is one or the best trotting Stallions In Kentucky He tins a lot or style and finish and it Is a treat acting horse. Don't wear any bootb, Just 9 ounce shoes. He ought to make a grimt slro. Ills oldest cots are coming two's and show grent speed and action. Any one uhlng to ste ono of them can do so on tho Islington track wherw they artr now In irainlnc. This Is a good chance, for the pcorle of Lincoln County to breed Into tho best families of tho trotting blood. this horse's breed ing oer and se0 how many they have In the lli-- both slro and dam ThU great trotting Stallion will make the Fcason ot 1911 nt my stable n I n- t Iok I CLUTON AND ItllSSKLL Clllton Is n black Jack with light points, last September, hands high with a tuntchlesn bead and ear well et on a rnnsy neck has plenty bone nnd substance nnd a s breeder ho Is not stirpnised I 2 caster Kentucky, M'trold hst August, full nigh RUSSELL. a Mack Jack with lluht points, IT. f. $15 to Insure Living Colt, Sound And All Right. am prepared to tak0 care or mares on graps nt 10 cents p r Ju Lien retained on colts for service fee Money due when mare Is trmleil or parted with care taken to prevent nrcident but not responsible should unv occur. I as a horse anr as n breeder he Is the emiil of nny Jack Iloth or these rure n living colt. Trading the mares lorlelts the Insurance Car,, will to preient accidents but will i.nt be responsible should nnv oecur Jennets will bo cared foot- aRer Jun' ist. nt )20 to Insure n living colt. - wit, as much finish nnd actli hands Jncks will serie m.iren at I0 to In n Phone. 95 W. II. BURTON, Lancusici B. P WOODS. . Kv J. If. WOODS J. H. MURPHY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. PURE BRED POULIKT AH Peavine, 24-2- 4092. POWHATAN. will 3-- 1 j John Beau Naboth 45006 By NABOTH 10116, by V'alslngham bv George Wllke tleaii Xaboth'a dam, Nora Ilaugh man by Nonnl r3J5. by KlectUmuer . ... , ... ... ... .. . ji.. iu iiiiiii i.riii j u). .weiropo.ii.aii ..72 by llnmlltnnlnn 1U; 'M ilmn by Mnmbrlno Starlight 3912. hv Durlbny 441; 4th dum Mary With era b Oilier (thoroughbred); Gth dam b Wngner; 6th dam by Imp Tranhy; til dnm by Thornton's Rattler. Henii Nnboth Is n handsome b.iv, tnndlng 153 hands of grent style-an-d s action nnd perfect disposition. proven n breeder and his own Lreeiiliir, the cross Is second to none. Heau N'nboih will make tlio sensorr f 1911 nt A. T. Nunnelley'H stock yards nt SI5 to Insure n living colt. Monev due when mar Is traded or I'arttd with or bred elsewhere. J. M. PETTUS, 2 He-In- IBBHIIIlll I Ihirred Plymouth Hock eggs, 50c for 15. Robert B. Carter, Stanford. . Ky.. It. F. D. No. 2 Those Fighting Game Chickens. THE GPY GRISTS. The Prettiest Fowls In the World Eggs If. for $3.00 S. J. EMBRY. JR. Indian Runner Duck Eggs. for setting of 12. THE Indian Runner Is known as the Leghorn of the duck family, for eggs Mr'. D. E. proctor, pnone isj. For Sale $1 Barred Plymouth cgg3 for sale, SI for 15. Also Indian Runner duck eggs SI for 13. Mrs. Anderson Nunnelley, McClue Route, Morcland, T'. &w- r'r-- 5 - t "T , v&Mt- .' White Leghorns Diamond ttraln year 'round layers of large, white eggs $1 Pr setting. , S. C. A. C. Alford Stanfor-lKy Choice White Wyandotte cockerels, Eggs $1.50 for IS. Mrs. J. N. Cash, Stanford. THOROUGHBRED S. C, R. I., REDS Eggs for talo $1 for 15 Imported Cock at Head of Yard. D. M. WALKER, Stanford. 'Phone 130. ir you want hens that lay In winter, when eggs are hlph. Get the S. Mult Orninctons. Ekes SI for 15. W. P. Kincald. Phone 193. Stanford. 2L t and Breeding hands high; a good colored chestnut with best of hone, conformaBUFF ORPINGTON tion, stylo and nrtlon. Sired by Rer Eggs For Sale 15 for SI Peavine t79C; 1st dam by Peavlue Sf : C. C. WITHERS, R. F. D. No. 2. 2d dam by Warren Harris Denmark; Phone 1431 3d dam by John Nosley, ho by Davie Stanford, Ky. Crockett. NOTE. In offering the services of Pure Crescent S. C. White Leghorns. this jnung stallion to tho public, 1 Eggs for setting. Miss Lizzie Davison, do not hesitate to say he Is without n Phone 15. doubt the best stallion In reach of tho people of Lincoln county and adjoinMinorca Pure bred Black ing counties both In Individuality nnd Eggs $1 per setting i blood. H0 has na much Pcavlno blood Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford. as Is possible to get In one horso and that Is tho breeding that Is in de EGGS ROR HATCHING. mand today. It you have any Huff OrpingtonB..tl and J2 per 15 about that, compare tho prices I doubt have $1 for 15 Eold them for with any other breed Black Minorca Katm Range Silver Laced Wyandottea in tho country. 25 to Insuro a living colt. TEUMS 0 cent for IS. Satisfactory batch guaranteed. Miss Anne H. Trlbbie,. Danville, Ky. Ky. Description 15-- 3 F. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Kentucky. PURE BRED POULTRY Indian Runner duck eggs for sale, for 13 say at 5 months old. Indian Runner Duck eggs II for 12 Huff Orpington eggs Si 15 Cook's famous perpetual layers. Mrs. It. M. Tate, K. D. No. 1 HustQQTllle. Kngllsh Salmon Pa oralis 5 for 15 MRS. 8. J. EMBRY, " 8. C. Brown Leghorn eggi, 50 cents ti. C. Crescent strain white Legper setting. Mrs. J. M. Cref R. F. D eggs 75 cents a setting during No. 4, Stanford. 'Phone 580 Q. Lan horn April Usual price f 1.50. Also for sale caster, Ky. a pen of Diamond strain White Leghorns, headed by Imported cock. Mrs Phone 15 Stanford. Imported stock Buff Orpington egg Lizzie Davison. Ky. 75 cents for 15. Baby chicks $2 per Mrs. W. J. Holticlaw, Stan, dozen. Indian Runner Duck eggs from a for", Ky., Route No. 1 'Phon 533 groat laying strain SI er setting of 12 S3 for 45. All orders receive prompt S. A. HILL attention. Wolford Lovell, It. V. IX " Breeder of finest strata No. 1 Stanford. Island Reds Single Comb Rhode anu eggs tor saie in sensou. u EtocK llarrcd Plymouth Rock eggs. For K, D. No 3 Lancaster Ky. hatchlug of the finest breeding. Our Kino strain S C, Whlto Leghorns chickens aro largo, big boned, and Heavy luying strain. Kggs $1 for 15 well barred. Kggs 15 for 11, 100 for Mrs. J R McKee, King's Mountain, V. Mrs. S. K. Dudderar, It, It No. 2 Lancaster Ky. 11.01) 2 KING EAGLE, Jr., PEDIGREE. Sired by S. T. Harris,' King Kagle, Vol, G A. B. II. R., No. 2556, be by Royal King 2555, be by On Time, 745 ho by Stonewall Jackson King's 1st dam Mollle 72, Royal Mountz 2584, he was the noted sire CabLell'g Ixlngton, K. 8. King Eagle's 1st dam Hip, 3579, 8h0 by Kagle Ulrd 1014, bo by Old King Kaglo 750, 2d dam Red Lion, 3rd dam by Harris' Denmark, ho by Miller Denmark 45; 4th dam by Jim Hell, Thoroughbred. King Kaglo, Jr's.. 1st dam was Mnl He Prunnon, sbo by Old Drennon, 2d dam Cot perhottom, and runs back to NOTE. King Eagle, Jr Is 0 years old dark bay with one wiiltu hind foot, nloo mane and tall, stands run 17 hands high, weight 1500 pounds nnd l)ay Crockett. The well known Site Anderson Jack nnke the season ol 1911 at the tarm ot I) I Anderson on the I'm ch ersillln mni Sinniiird pike one il from Pri-e svliie and C Irom Stan Six years ford nt JS.i'o to Insure a Description and Breeding. colt umll old; 15 hands; a rich colored bay weinlni: lime with as much style nnd action as an) SILVE. KING. Also nt li. e and at same bod)n horse. Sired by Dignity Dare; term? will hi' . the well known hr1 clam Minnie b Rlenzl; this Is the die horho M er K'ng. 1st Rest or cue same Owens mnro that has produced taken to prevent accidents but not as many good colts as nny maro In tesponslhlo Vshould nny occur. John I) N'o, 4, or Rlgsby, It. Lincoln county. This horso In no ex-- f p D. M. ANDER8QN Stanford. crimen t. I purchased him from L. 11. Owens after looking at his colts for Silver Wood two treasons. Ho Is a breeder fcocona to none In Lincoln county. Sec him tefore you breed your mares. Sliver Wood, son or Far Wood 1679(5 Terms.--S1- 0 to Insuro a living colt record 2 27 brother to Nor Wood 2.12 sire or Lady Constantino 2:1- -' Sauford, Ky and eight otherx. Florist 2:12 Far Wood 227 son ot Nut Wood Ofio record 2:18 slro or Manager THREE GOOD MULE JACKS. 2:06 Lock Henrt 2'0S Adnio I). 2:1 ond 165 others. Nut Wood (J00, record 2:18 3 4, son or Iloliront The great draft stallion that bai. t!4. Silver Wood'H rirst oarn Princes" made his own rep, will make the sen-soAt tho samo time and place, wll by Vntlenn 2:29 H30S, ho by or 1911 at my plnce on tho Somer'H, Vatican's dam Hamblctonlnn stand my thre0 good mulo Jacks nt Si set pike at S10 to to Insure n living colt. Thoao Jncki 10. Far Wood 16796, record 2; 27 2, llo Is the sire of Insure u living colt the Joe Chancellor 1st dam Nora Wilkes, dam or No , horse thnt sold for S350 and or three need no advertising as they nro knowi Wood 2:12 Norn Wood 2' 19 nnres that sold tor STS3 at J. H. all over tho county. to breeders Norn Wilkes, by (loo Wilkes 619. 2 22 1st lluughmnn'B big sale last fall. 'Nuff Nut Wood 600, record 2:18 Service fee on nil the abovo Win Russell, dam or Maud 8. Sed. And Clarence Tate refused S450 sock duo when colt Is foal- dam .14 lor a pair of 2yearo!d fllllos by him. 2.08 ed, maro sold, traded or "bred to othor SILVER WOOD Is a black horse JESEE AND ENRIQUE stock. These terms apply to all. Care full 16 hands high, weight L2U0 pounds taken to prevent accidents but not re- oaled In 1905, possesses great nutur-n- l Tho great show pony Jcbbo and sponsible phould any occur. mylo and all round action, extreme another Mne Shetland atalllon will finish, bone and substance. Ho has make the season at my place. Everynever been bundled for Bpeed but can body Itnowa Jesse, tho othor pony go a 2 3P gait easy, wny should be tho crack little hor Enrique la desnot with bis splendid pedigree, ricn cribed In the American Shetland Pony every wajr. A com color and kind disposition mako a Club ns follows: Certificate of regis, well proportioned tratlon. This certificate that thnr bined stallion with plenty of speed, great slro. th sea nas been registered in Volum0 10 Club SILVER stylo and action, his colts bIiow that son of 1911 WOOD will make F. or standard number 10273 of the nt tho barn of F. ho Is a splendid breeder. Ho will 1 miles from Hubble on American Shetland Pony Club stud mnku tho season ot 1911 at my barn, the Danville and Lancaster pike at book, the Shetland pony bU111o ono iniln West of Waynesburg on Klsh ten dollars to Insuro a living colt up kuown ns Enrique of Penmokeu white aud black head; white star nnd snip; ing Creek at 410 to Insure a living colt. and all rlgnL W. U SLOAN, under .art of neck black exUndlnr to Mires traded parted with or bred Hubble, Ky knees, large black spot under belly elsewhere without my consent forfeits lnti.ii-i.nrextending up flanks and sldon; lower H and ihn irinnnv heroines halt of tall black; small black spot on due nt such trransaottlnn. Car0 taken lolt side of back. Foaled May 29 1909 StoncwallJackson, to prevent nccldents but not responSire, Iho Major of Penmoken 9921 sible should any occur. Hum lidy Gray 6949. Hrtd b L. C. Phono in residence, waynesourrg Will make th 6asen ef 1911 at my Price. Farmers Exchnnge. bam at 110 to insure a living colt unM. S. BAUGHMAN, C. G. CALDWELL & SON, til weaning time, sound and all right. Waynesburg, Ky. Stanford, Ky. II. K. D. No. on all colts until seaA Urn retained son Is pnld. Th fix! ChM?. In and Out. BILLY BRECKINRIDGE. TTow do yoa go about ordering First Officer Yes, wo were march- Will stand at my barn at SS to Insuro ing over a plank bridge when it govt a colt until weaning tlmo. A Hen dinner?' Inquired tho man from a ro-- . way, and the men fell In. held on nil colts until paid for. All rat OUtrlct. "Well, I see how much money I hare Second Officer And what did you barren maros successfully bred with do? the Impregnator. A. T. TRAYLOIt & take out the waiter's tip and then First Officer Ob, I ordered tbem tt SON Pleasant Hill Breeding Farm, upend the change on myself Stanford, Ky., R. JP. D. No. 4. K'ar DIU. fall -e 27-42 3-3-- George Hur lie;-mo- n 1 Fltz-Patric- 2 . b Jr outl-Illutr- atad J$1KMSmr m mi itUf i " -- - Fi - "-- - n Miyiiwiiii)iiriM.iuiii jtnlWIii'jii'ilit nsiHfm i S3RBS UJisi I" li r'W" "Alias Jimmy Valentine" rnl SJEB 2ir4?iaa ' , WhilkUlflilB 4 PlfjfAfjfM HflSBaHjBEal gft 1 lHHBLiHHBfelBBEIHHHH9HBHHH r'aW .JarW'1 "4uinV 9' co ml nc Into till voice. "Perfectly." Valentino' voice wan 1 even at though conversing with his most Intlmato friend. "80 you told thn coventor?" commented the detective "Oh, yesl" Tvo seen tho governor too." "He didn't have much to do this morning, did ho?" humorously. "Very pretty, Jimmy. Ict mo aik you a question. Do you think I would be your friend If 1 could?" "Do you think so yourself?" "Yes, If you were willing to ex chuligo the ordinary courtesies between friends." "Meaning exactly what?" "Favor. Now, I'll do the first one." Ho sented himself opposite tlm -- aBraHl oJBa "Thank you," In gay mood. ".Sarcasm won't win you nnythlng with me, Jimmy. I said I'd do you n B3 Hj7MH v-S-Jj Novelized by I Ttl fiCPHI X;4eliPw AND ROSE From the Great W'B LANE. aH H Copyrlfht, by American Pmi AuocUtlon VALENTINE, CONTINUED WARDEN HANDLER FROM LAST TUESDAY "V', we can." 111 again faced hU friend. "Why, Doylo It lu town to jou now." "Oo)lo hero?" In alarm "Vrs I met til tn when he got off flio 'rHttlcr' lie's going to ghn you .Tour orders, ninl joti'll hare to ilo ns he tells jruu If J on turn quari lie knot. you heat It lit was laying fur .Avery Mhi'ii ho cntne out mitl tnlil til hi to nx)rt oirrp n month. Anil what ahout A.rry? Vou neat him to tne, niiil f've oeii at work on ttome thins" "Whcro U tllrUr "Vnut to through tli. Avrrj--r asiurd Valentine "Yes. I tin cnwst i; lilwr mH oxptmhi tiHter." Valrn tn trtttr-t. fvirtor aiKl perisl Ittsl wont to the opHMlt iloerun mill rwiftly culhil, "Oh. IMI1!" r .Uery, ilrwtvM In n rut rntdy made milt of rlAtkps ami look Z In much lietror health limit In ilhl an the ilny he defled IVlectlve DiijI. ami finished liU term In Sine Sing, onim Mow I)- - Into the hotel parlor. "Hello. Hill! You're taking n elKinew." icrvetiil ValentlM. "ami you are, too. Itiil." "I ImiI to ee yon." return! Aery "1 hem Jtmt telling ltnl" "Sure. hNrl y.m bant nut that I Mipnoe yw 'ixiiiHre talk want we to Join yii in till, oiiix rtrntehf lw, too. ehr -N "I ilou't think the iriwK.il any ctxxl. Ami are eottittic fur elewr work." rrra-.-hlIx-e1 -- -- WW IE? & mm' 1TK1 M lne. jn a.- il "om. jun ' l"rIor was an eit Itiu) too ohl to lie an '(MUrtilo M" of ' in turn " ' l 'HnlHB roin. wlu-man' with n." ptit In I!el t the 'i"Bln ilimilj "We ilon'i will an ottlMe iimii uny Mir. IIhI." iliviileil Valenllfio "lain inrain e of the hoiel Kul ie.il m.ulit lie Avery tin ml Into the HHakerH face. iseij I hill N wonN "So you're mi! now. anil you're po- mine hUt;cloo-- i of In ilhl tUey ! int; to throw- ltnl ami ! l!MileH overkenr' out, rli7 All (hW liirtilnir Miiiare talk I ImHil !! tiiilne.tlile wni In lot. 11. A ftull to eel rhl of me lieoaute frie.-t- l , f hl. .1 n;:r:..f-- ' fur Ihm Slil I mn nlil. eh" lei'a f'iro Itniik. Ii.ld o (llfortileil I!n1 III-"I tlon't hne In sull yini, Avery." ir in. rn. tor The old thief loaned tlireHteiillijrly UsihiI ti hiiiiiIiik I1K1. ltnl ikU1i-ii- I toward Valrnliue. Hhnklu lili w4thi'r "lnek. Aer1. ! IJeiv lio.ile!" us violently in the rtalihy iiiu- il I'te two tuiew '1 n lust no iipiHir! let. wipMil iy jesrw of prison iitr hihI , luuliy t h.ilil; .in euleil IitImhi fHre. woulil perinM llle IHlllIi'Mx 1'HI' il l:" he . ihM. "Like the t.kln utj iniieli illsii:rlir.5 lii Ills wrath. "I'm oh., rh:'. our " lie 1111 to imIiii I.I'ii...i" lie dope (oiIiik to throw i:m for.i rmikle. xeuteil himself lekle ou.venlent taHP Well I'll show- 3. m Whe Kil)- -t ,,u. ,,,. p,cloA ,, up Ih'jrsn to perune Its Mnrt itallliiK me III hIiow tin-i,mKen lu MVlllll;i ipin-r- . I'roni now on I'm .mil I'll uiK'iiiieenie.1 ta 'il.ni I t jou. how yon up, Valentine "Hello. JIiiiiiij'' tooI'll Ret you K'mmI!" With till".' wonls DelivtUe (Jiurcn l!eil riiuuii.'.'iii had won co'linent Ioyle entenil the room, (nrmented wlile repiiliitlou 111 n "sinoolli worU-'r- " In tin- - Ititeit cut of fuihlou.ihlc cloth He win one of tluwe tianiKtak-Itiff- . . Kiiiaiiit hut tinil iKitent leather eoiiMclentloui liurclnri who ties with li.itwluu' hoe. lie appeared haliltunlly the l.'iiid.iblc prnc-tlcthe dilettante, the man nlxiut town, of looklm; after ilctuIN Hu ileiporate whom li:nl been Jim- rather than the tracker of ntmitiK my Viilelitlne, "Clilensn Wliltey" anil men tho man of Ifisuip eery Inch tlher leader in their profession, linil of him, an uulnltliittil otiener would In the past hIiowii n llsittcrlui; wllllni;-lie- i have pardonably JiiiIkisI not only fioin lo recommend him (not in their his attire, but 11N0 from his debonair, Any one descrlbliijj own Imuilwritlin;, to lie miro) uh a blnso manner. thorough iirtNt. nn untlrlns student Doylo as the mnu who broke up the 11111I one who one iluy would probatily "Kivn roluts" Earn; and the "Whyo" leiolutloiiize the IiiimIih'ss of rnrliiB Kane In New York city would have for other people'H money. Iti n word, been latiRlirsl nt for his folly, yet sueli was hU reeonl. Ills work In xentter. ltnl wan Ihorouch. which mcitini Krent deal lu Ills line. inc the trouiH-- i of election nud primary So, true to his reputation. Iteil, fear-lii- day "tloatera" nnd "repeaterH" lu omo complications lioenuse of the pitch of the most disreputable districts was to nhleli Avery hud uueonselounly equally meritorious. And yet Doyle had Ills other side. raUed hU voice, had Rteppnl liehlnd the piirllen-- to keep wntcll nu the He was urowlnj; fond of the easy lire Hhort hallwny that led to It. TliN lull-wa- that came from bavins a staff of "Mtool opened out into thu main liall of pigeon" to do Ids work for him. Jimmy Valentine turned his head the hotel, at the far end of which wnt slightly to answer Doyle, who, he well knew, canto on no errand that BALKER AT COLD STEEL woultl benefit a released prisoner. "I wouldn't let a doctor cut my foot "How are you, Doylo?" he replied nil'' aaid li. I). ICly, lluutnm. Ohio, Indifferently, Doylo's slilftlne, fareeeins eyes, how'although a horrible ulcer had neon tho plaguo of my llfo lor four yrars. ever, caught tbo nervous twltctilng of Instead I used Uurklcn'u Arnica Haho Valentino's lingers nt they ran over tho edges of the magazine. mid my foot waa aoou completely "You're perfectly Innoceut uow, I Heals Burns, Holla, Sores, Ilrulseu on pojle, arcastlc nolo "He plehnly. Tlik to hit I'M, fil h. ehr KMwrtist Aykv m. farrlaje "tilnttue Al Hie ii.ioHe ln'i i nl mi - .i:j's 11 tlt . Viili-iii'ii- 11 j ,,. ,, 11 11 lu-.'- c 11 s y cur-fd.- " hear," Kent Valentino began to Inspect his visitor anxiously. A woman who is sick and suffering, and won't at least The detective paused momentarily l Piukham's try a medicine which has the record of Then lie said delllierately: Vegetable Compound, is, it would almost seem, to blame V! at "I II forget-th- at BB BVff for her own wretchedness. Read what this woman says: Sprlngflcld '.''lie detectho Icancil back lu his " Wln'ti my second riutigiitcr was clgliteo Klclimoinl, iluilr. Inserted his thumbs lit the nrni months old I was pronounced ;i lmpi'less liitnlid lit .speclnllst.s. I luul 11 consultation of doctors nnil tlic.v uid I linil n set i:re caso h les of his wnlxtcoat and gazed fixed of ulceration. I ttas in bed for ten ttctiis, Inul .sinking; spells, ly at Jimmy Valentino. and was pronounced to lie in adaiiKcrotis condition. Sly fattier Tho eyes of the man nddressed insisted tliattvc try Lydia I'. IMnhliaiu's Vt'ifMnlilo Compound, directed nt the cover of the nnd Iil'oitglit nic .six bottles. I pooii lie(rau to improve, and bemagazine he still held, but only for "TIIAT'fl A MCl TOO KNOW ttllKIIK UK IS.' fore If had all liccn tnl:c:i I wis as well and hlroiiu as ever, iny 1111 Instant. He shot a defiant glare friends hardly recognized iikjho preat wis the cliunge'--Mrn- . He's ns wrong Isn't worth tills nt Doyle. Woodson Itranstctter, Kkiimotiii, HIo. "I was inner In Springfield in my etcr lived, He'll cross you or any on.' There are literally hundreds of thousands of women in eNe I should think when a bum relife," he said Indignantly. sorts to blackjncklng an old man that the United Stales who have been benefited by this famous "Which Springfield?" nsked Doylo would put him out of your hiss." slgnlllciintly. old remedy, which wr.s produced from roots and herbs over "I don't know when he Is 1 don't "No Sprlnglleld." thirty years ago by a .woman to relieve woman's suffering. know Hint he dlJ black Jar 1. nnybody "You dodge It nicely." and I wouldn't know bun If 1 saw ' I don't nee how." Read what another woman says: "Now, which Springfield did I think him" Jonoslmro, Terns. "T have Lydia 12. Pinkliam's Vej;cta "That's your spiel, eh?" you were going to say?" ld Compound for myself and daughter, nnd consider it une"That's the truth." Valentine rose "I have no Idea." qualled for sill female disease.. ) would not ho without it for anything. I wish etcry mUlicr in America eould he persuaded "flood ngnln. Well. I'll tell yon." as though to end the distasteful inter view. to use It as there would he less .suffering- union;.' our .soy then. continued Doyle. "I meant SprlngI mil alttays Kind to fpeak a word of praise for Lydia 11. I'lnk-liiun- 's You ktioW where he "That's n lie! lleld. Muss." Vegetable Compound, and you are at Ilhertv to itsa this Is better than any one. If you don't Valentino raised his brows doubting testimonial." 3Irj. James T. Lsiv.tcpc', Jos-C- t l.'jrii, Texas. lted docs, and I want him. One month ly. Innocently. Since we guarantee that all testimonials which wu pub"I don't think I was ever In the to turn him up, and if you don't I go after you, nnd If I go nfter you I got state of Massachusetts." lish are genuine, is it fair lo suppose that if Lydia K. jou." "1 can proc you were In SpringPinkliam's Vegetable Compound had the virtue to help "Well, get me." field, Mnxs. the night the safe In the "I will. It will take a little time a these women it v. ill h savings bunk was grnhlied." any other woman who is suffering year, perhaps ten but ns long as we're "Oh. no. you enn't." from the same trouble ? ltelleve me. Jimmy, 1 can. The both nllte I'm nfter jou. tiood day." For 30 years Lydia n. lMnkhrtiu's VesclaMo witness may be bit disreputable, but Doyle strode angrily away Compound lias been the standard remedy for I can piove It." As the broad shouldered form of the o sick woman does justice to female ills. "ou can Job me, you mean. You 'headquarters man" disappeared Vul herself who will not try this lamous medicine. get fake wltnosts?" Vnlelitlue entitle stood gazing rotictlvolj after 111 exclusively from roots and herbs, and Made 111 d excitedly him. Ills back was turned to t' por lias thousands of cures to its credit. an M'tnl jou for five nt lecist tieres Hill Avery, seeing his rl.r.iice . the slightest trouliloappcnrs which my boy " crept stealthily out. In his right hand vou do nut understand, write to Sirs, "Hut j mi won't If I do you a favor?" gleamed the barrel nnd the chamber . l'inkham Lynn, Muss., for her advice It Is "You lire Aery good gtioswr. of his .".S bulldog. VtlA r"HHOT(Sv"' free and always, helpful. He felt sis tire James " He had the tersntile lted to aid in the Welir necessary getuway. The hotel eorrl "I want Awry" deserted at. 1 dors were opportune. "Awr ?" the noise of the elevator and f ifu "It. 'I AuTy. who finished a nine street cars out.-ld- o would dull thj' year stretcli n month ago and Joined sound of the bullilug's bark. up with your old friend ltnl I'latin Another step: lie raised the weapon g.m " liegiin to tighten 011 tl e his Itlll Aiery. concealed behind the por trigger. Hut Valentine's keen ear a violent stint caught the sound of the creak of Hen's with Risl. ns he hoard Doyle's wonls. l!od hinl stiffening HIhiw Joint as It nil he could do to quiet him. The straightened. Wheeling with his old iigisl thief, however. niHiiagisI to draw time nlncrltj-- . the ovcontlct saw !:! R a .".S enllber ret olter from a sld danger, struck down the firearm with Miel.et In his coat quicker to get at his powerful left hand and wrested It ekot. ami then than the hip the shadowy ranks of tho.e who marched to defeat or death or victory fifty - a mini to iiiiu' from his would be assailant's grasp eiuililiago in the mighty conflict that lonvulted this great nation, is there He broke the weapon open and saw with a hnnd carelessly thrust Into .1 father or grandfather or uncle of jours? Would you like to see a photograph that all the chambers were loaded t of him in that long ago day of his youth a photograph that he never knew was ami to ilNeharge the pWt.il Snapping It shut, ho thrust it Into h's l'erhap we can show you one; and in any case, we can tell you a taken? through theco.11 when c'lre emergen' story, stranger than any detective fiction of 3,500 priceless photographs that pocket and hurled tho now crlnglii'.' threatens. were lost and aru found again. A cry from him to the floor. "Curse him:" he whispered to lied "You fool!" sneered Vnlentlne "Oct get him If he turned "I told him I'd 3,500 Long Buried Photographs 12 VieTuVeT upline, nnd when Doyle goes I'll bore up and be a man." For th Cott of Milicf Civil The former prison mate of his con of him thnittgh the mouth and Into hN la order la clre you tome IJea queror stltlly regained his feet. of the crcatnei of thli work we brain " the rrtitMt priotomphtr In the were I.Ven you 12 superb will THEY butet of br d.y: they wtre bouebl by the tions tend the photograph reproducthat "Ill kill film -- I'll kill him yet'" he "Serte him right!" hissed Ited "And free of of United State. (.orernnientf or JW.UCO; they were buried charge In a handsome portfolio. two chance, for a slick getaway. Ni exclaimed to Hod. who had followed are buiied (here In the War Department lor SO jear.-th- er Thete photograph are very ex. Vept by the pholocrapher who pensive And wimble, but you can go on the square without go him from behind the curtain. till. Hut duplicate ct VnocVe.1 Mad ooly 10 cents to cover the "Too bad you didn't get him.' died roor and broVen down! thai duplicate et lu' croiikiil with his pals." costofroaUlDC. They are not only from p.llar to po- for nearly 50 tear., until It a ducovered growled Hod disgustedly. tnterestlce from a historic standPierpont Mortan .tried lo J. by a New F.ntland collector. point, but. framed make a splenValentine, howeter. cut shott their Carfield and General ecure the collection (iiAi'Ti:n viii. did addition to jour library walls. 150.n(O-- yet wllh a worth talk by warning them of their loud lleniara'.n V. Jluller Mid It At tbs line tiiuAwe will Ull you knowing ef the serlou bow lb urviewQi Ettifwi ran th help ot the KkviEW or Ririon. the entire collection tone" At his pniuouucemeiit that oflr this !) rllft.n i was fermltip thoj were both crazy Hod reminded ha. been cathcred Into 10 treat volume, and 1. ptced within that 3 M0pfaot4(rapbatttbrita LITTl.i: few yards away beliitu' your reach at le. than tlie value ot one ot the phototraph.. lb urn. bisici uovvra him of what he had told him about mut psld for lbre It I. the one accurate. Impartial hi.tory of tho Civil War ib piriares. Kevlev thick veltet curlnltis, Val for the camera cannot lie. It tell, the .lory of the War you and their stool pigeons. the detectives ol Reviews Send the coupou never beard before. Taken under protection of the Secret siitlne gate veilial ami meTltal batlli "It was a Ue. too." put In Avery Conpaer phototraph. brine to light Ihouund. ol Utile Service, the at once. to the ileievtlte Alrendj he wits be "I never stuck that old man up I'm 13 Aster Place, to .trance place, and known pha.e. of the ar: ther ginning lo see that the wa.t of th IScwVork.N.Y. JBitf- record .trante things. talking on the level." :r.insgreKir was hard not only tvhP Bin.l tnm. Ira of chart. KEMBMBERt Our privilege of telling the.e book u "I Knew Pnji was lying." answen ' Iha 11 J limited to lime. Our .upplyof Free Portfolio u limited ie w.is In the legal tolls, but 11N0 f' .mii nvHrtrditiraTorad Valentino reassuringly. "It's a hard In qu.ntily. You rou.t be prompt to .ecurc cuter. Belter Ciril War rbwioirarha reaJj er he became free nnd supposedly In a game we're up ngalnst." rtntaiixHl In thi. coupon today. mill frframltwiil ...j... r,.UiHn AlMaotlni ' position to build a new life If he su Hod ngreed with the speaker, lb suiry ( tbVe plrturta an J tall tor what ba cAtarnmcnt na Valentine was desired Hut .llMiny r doian prlata. "Well, now, tiiajbe you believe that I pale. Itt halt maka tha bula collrcUon royi. ouh at the beginning of a knowledge It ain't so easy to tin square. Listen, ' !I I arlnis trota la coer tba mallioc of tho conditions and trials and Jltnmj'. Avery and 1110 hate got a Job! . Kama he must face, for so long as worked out. We know every twist Addraas men make laws nud administer them and turn of the Jolut. I've prowled it so long will the guilty and the Inno- twice. We were going to use the cent ns well suffer and endure, some soup." He showed Imttle "See, old SPECIAL EXCURSION times Justly and sometimes unjustly nitroglycerin, but wo hoard you wero This also Is a law of life. going to be sprung, and ie waited. Valentine went on to Insist that he You can grab that gopher tonight, and didn't know where Avery was, hadn't you can bet with us outside no ono can seen him since his release from Slug get to you." Sing, was glad of it. didn't care lied and Avery eyed him nnxlouslj . where ho was and didn't purpose ti expectntttlj-"I've opened tuy last safe. Hed," care. Of all tills he was absolutely was the calm rejoinder. 2 sure. "So you're going to work. eh. with "Well." statisl Doyle, "he buhl up n copper at your heels?" snarled Hed. Round citizen Just three days nftcr he got Round "I'm going to work, and I won't be out, and I want him." Trip Trip a stool pigeon." Is "And I'm to tell you ,wbero ho "You're going to give up the game, and you will send him up for hlghwa) a graft like you got you. with your" robbery?" questioned Valentine. "I'm done." SPECIAL TRAIN "The man ho stuck up may die." "Well, tthnt in heaven's name I got you expect mo to hunt him up It -- It's a woman!" "And and deliver him to you?" "I have met a decent girl, Ited, tho "And you aro going to. That's the kind I knew ns a boy my ulster's ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. odd part of it. And (Kisslbly I'll make kind. It was she who got 1110 out of an eyewitness out of you." hole nt Sing Sing, nnd I have that "It would bo odd If I sent Avery promised myself" uway for life. It would Indeed!" Kor Sale, UenLaurant, uakory, soda "You don't think she or tier folks' Tho best maBazlne In tho world is 'Then I'll slouch you for that would stand for you. do you?" th Saturday lOvenlng I'ait. It has rountnln etc., living room abovx. A SpriuKlleld Job." Doyle rose abruptly. "If I was on tho level she Just tnoro kooU, high class short fiction good stand and splendid business. "Then you may as well do It now," might." , tuan nny other magazine published said tho other defiantly. "With n copper telling lies about nn(1 u 8H1,ed once a week. All tha Tno place Is well furnished and the "No hurry, I've got a little work on you to her folks unless you delivered j 1;now w,mt ,he Ladleg ,,ome Etoclc ot groceries cigars etc., are new the caso yet, and I'll find, you when I imi ui itnj uii'itviuii-- uu vrrtv want you." Doyle's grlu showed his nnuny, ror uous sake uon't go Journal la; and It's now issued twice This la a good clutsct for some ono Lot tho interior Journal to make good money. teeth. against that straight girl camo. It'll a mouth. I'or (urtner only break your heart, theu tvhatV order either or both or thete for you, particulars see L. R. Hughes or W. L "I'm not solan to run wy." -or send in your renewal ot subscrip- McCary, Stanford, Ky. asked lted earnestly. Look here. VlcaUfle.tWL'Aro' tion. It can sav0 you money. CONTINUED "NEXT WEEK favor" "What Is It?1' Restored to Health by Lydia H. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound avtttoad Ljdu Job-you- -dld ree-years-ngo," r. e 11 ned - mt Ir cai Jp I 11 WfWw i WF MK if at 11 fun-linge- r ge -- s mnm Who Was There That You Knew? IN FREE the War -t Mra-l- r 1 11 i b. 1 11 s 11 CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, May 2lst 11 $i RSfflffll $i-j- Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. j,,,, t ' 'f m nniTwuw Tin' & Dress Well j . PKoenix 'Thread SilK 25 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 arc real thread silk, with all its soft, shim-mel.could afford it, ry Haven't you of-ten said, "If I flOSe elegance. Box of 4 Pairs $3. Warranted to Wear 3 Months Without Holes replace them with new pairs free. Phoenix silk hosiery comes in all the fashionable shades of the season. And at the same time dress comfortably. Hot days are here and they demand clothes SUITABLE FOR THE WEATHER. A SPRING LOW CUTS. we have told you before, TANS and BLUES are the correct colors We want to put on your feet the celall Our serges in two piece, (I1K wool, ebrated World's Standardized Crossett 4V.4- jtrtli-t-i dil f o tiOn longest, holds shape and $25 are simply as good as the thlonemakes makes you look dressed money buys. Our Tansand Greys better, I have them in Gry, UP and at $15 to $30 are nearer like the Brown, down.Black and latent Leather. Ian, pictures than any clothes you ev- er saw. Leng coats, long- lappells, broad shoulders, full chests. Just slip on one and see how it fits. Stanford, Ky. en-i44-- lts - Sam Robinson If any of the four pairs show a hole within three months H. J. McRoberts. V. Come in and Look HUGHES MARTIN & at Them CO, STANFORD, KY. . COW-EAS- E RELIEVES CATTLE and HORSES PROM PLIES. A liquid J. T. Martin, Sarah 12. .Mnrtln, Fred llamlorf. For Sale. Nice young driving horto 1U hands high, without a blemish work anywhere. Apply to Will Stone. Kor Sale. Good short horn hull. II. C. Nunnelley. Moreland, Ky.. Route 2 1 POSTED Stanford, Kentucky. THE FARMERS J. C. McClary, Father Leo. 1. Kins. m fffi.. SL-- 2- A 0 i ForMen Only I om-V- J fswl . ,u ejH '"" - C-- S Si, up-to-d- We have just received our new and line of ate On Embroidery and Lace. Will make special prices on all Em- broidery and Laces SATURDAY, ffl fiM fithnnrl MONDAY 8th Wi1Up.11 S ft them so cheap you can't afford to JJJ pass them by. $ materpreparation carefully compounded from ials.. It Is of thr right consistency for applying with a sprayer, and It will not gum up the hair or blister the skin. $1,028 For $5 Every dairyman and tvery owner of livestock should use COW EASE a humane act, and it also saves monduring the summer season. Its use Is ey for the stock owner, as a herd of m llch cows that are sprayed regularly IS WHAT LINCOLN COUNTY MAN WON AT LOUISVILLE RACES through the summer months will yield on the average from 10 to 20 per cent more milk than they would if COW EASE was not applied. Jack Parker, about a "0U to 1 shot In the case of horses: a mettlesome horse will loss flesh In fly time, won the third race at Louisville Satwnereas If he Is sprayed vi'itht COW EASE before driving, he will keep 'n urday, and those who were lucky enough to tave a small bet down, Good condition. heavily. Among the lucky ones was Arcli McKlnney, one of the best known young men who over left Lincoln rounty and one of tne most popu-InMr. McKlnney hod a $3 noto on tbe horse, and cashed In exactly !!, A blacksmith lil!8.50 as his, winning. who Is said to live in Pulaski count had U on the long 'M below Somerset down 1400. Tne great shot and juillcd Kentucky Derby was won by Meridian with the favorite Governor Cray second and Colston third. The nice was run in the fast time or -- :0." and 'M, present to bee the (100 people lace run. ed Dr. CS. 18. Perry boUI to an Illinois party a handsomo sorrel mare by Verdict for 1Tj. j UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER KY- - STANFORD, kOttlce 'Phone 167. men a ouiiiiuc; oimu In Pongees we have a pleasing array of styles, Collars attached and detached, with tie to match. Horn Tnoce Spring Suitings My new spring and summer samples are now ready for your Inspection. They comprise the best on the market I can suit anyono as to prlco who hnd tils clothes made tc order. A suit made to your measiiio Is preferable to ready made clothes. To hnre them made to measuro docsn t cost any quality more than ready made wh.-- Negligees With Cuffs attached; a good, long J ...... UCUUU1U1 J ' SICCVC dllU llldllV Un..i.:f..l UeSliiUS in stripes. In white, and White Pleated bosoms we can suit the most elaborate dresser.. Remember the low fitting collar band wnich keeps your collar from riding the coat collar. Remember the 1 W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. rami 4.11U let tne take yonr moisuri', "n H. C. RUPLEY, Tli fit IO UIHMimcu. III. la nnnuldirAl 'l m . In tWt " r. Pra tlcal Tailor, We Want OVERSTOCKED 3 2 Produce AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY, EGOS. ICC, COAL, FURS, HIDE3, WOOL, SALT, LIME, GINSENG. FEATHERS ETC. fullness of the shirt. Our MONEY TO LOAN. county rarms, in uuj Lincoln amount oer $3,000 Hate of Interest On n 2 L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. wstn S W W! per cent. Term, 5 years, with pri liege to pay after one your. First mortgage. If you arc In need or money will loan you up to 40 per cent of the value of your land. For further particulars wrlto to G. U. Swlnobroad. " Attorney, Lancaster, Ky. H.B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. LOT OF THE GREAT FRESH FEED JUST RECEIVED Monarch $1 Shirt CLUETT,. $1.50 and $2 Shirts, unexcelled by any shirt we know of, when it comes to QUALITY and STYLE. Notice the display of a few of our FreshOysters SERVED IN ANY STYLE. :iT.Nj&9f : rvtNAr Lmmhm many patterns in our show windows. .v Cummins & Wearen, f rt vi va tmurm StADFORD V. - Tf)G BG$T mGAL - in morm ! yon cnoDot rt U vis rliDc. nniflu naif you itp your aalmaU tt from norm. tt for crnflU Stanford, Kentucky. Men's Hats m Mutton ant In ahMD 'J The Kind that Burns good, Makes no clinkers, very Little Ashes. We Give you 72 l an .ch Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen Ounces to the Pound. Carson's - Restaurant W.A. CARSON, PROP. FLY n u a 'Va SUrJ 5HDEr5 oat tb wonni, not poitlTtlr only la year aiiMp tot la Trj otbr aalm&loa your (lac. TbU wondrr work. Tvrr lniwD4r will octroy aod f( tndljrfat 14 womi,laTtoff theuttiualof food It wtu. zkd KMloiiUta erety ounce BstmVat It a wooaoriui umic bdq con dltrODtr. It cot tot u oi coi aay .i k r iMsaa lo leea. will tla nl 8. JL Fell Company, UeTuca,u. J. If Baughman &Go. ' STANFORD, vr, - - KENTUCKY. F"l Liil SMl-V- ot JJik 4MT m. ' We feel justly proud of our collection of hats this Spring. It embraces many of the new ideas J Broadbrim, low rsvvtzwrynf lywiiwninw"wwi' DELIVER la mold hx ,yE WILL J. L. Beazley & Co UNDERTAKERS BALMERS. ER IN lyieats & Groceries AT YOUR DOOR Cull u3 by phone and give us your AND EM. ALSO DEAL. MAT- FURNITURE, order for our nice, fresh meat and clean new groceries. Call far J. C. LYNN for MEAT And LAND & BUCHANAN for Groceries FOR SUMMER ORIVING the comfort or both Lon.cs and iltiv ere should be specially considered by Hocurlng n proper outfit of lap robes, blankots, fly neta and other ncrcbrtart-efrom our complete assortment of PENCE BROS. Ky. Stanford, Wmm light crown Derbies, Telescope styles vith pencil edge or snap down brim and new CONCRETING nd. Id fact, wo coo umko noy tblDK t torn n TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE , RIGHT. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. loro lire HK;it, horso fcoods. sieaoo po. wo cnu mrTi tlrtt-claUrong and durablo, single and double bouieaownio and (Jail lunrantce our too promptly mid to road pur- work and material. material Ketleait.prtcti harness, admirably suited ut before you buy your poses, along with n lull line of work harness or the best, quality at flat Stanford, Ky, , prices. but In petition to Were mcti m Illook do all klndi of Work, l'BVementi con-creti- shades with contrasting trim- PHILLIPS BROS.. mings. urge you to see this assortment. We J.C. MtCLARY, Stinfari. W- - E. Perkins, "ESST V " "';"-"- 100 forlToo ma'ne''Bnd Tail, stands full 17 do? Heavy luying strain. Eggs $1 for 15 well barred. Kggs 15 for 11. weight 1600 pounds and First ..Ofllcer-- Ob. n McKee, King's MounUln, 5. Mrs. 8. K. Ouddeiar. II. It No. : hands blgh. ..: Mrs. J. rail Ky. . . x. eutl-iuim- rtiaa -It- . I orflr.d tbm uiw. ETiSpmn-tor. SON tt iHfanrora. kjt.. Ml Nwuin. m. u. wew . "" MB. .A.. T. TIUTWIl :.'' i'" - "' l"" ""?