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STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUE8DAY, MAY 23, 1911 EVERY Wedding present TUESDAY. AND, FRIDAY. LINCOLN COUNTY BRODHEAD Collier and Mis Clara ol Crab 0rchan wcro bcrc (Wednesday advertising for tho pit;) Colllcr NAY TERM OF COURT BEGINS DE- SPLENDID SERMON at Mueller' cf LOCAL BOYS GET FOUR HOME RUNS IN ONE-SIDE- Oil IF lAMF runuLucjAmco VdQ niO CONQRES8MAN CAPTIVATE8 DEMOCRAT8 BY 8PLENDID SPEECH SATURDAY '" " '' entitled Prnlher Joiah ;s Mr, and Air. I.. II. Hilton, of 8U.- visited Mr, And Mr. J. H. Cuh Imt week. Mr. T, J. Pennington and children, Congressman Olllo 11. Jainc, who ot Livingston, hare been vlaltlnr Mr. U a candidate for the Democratic 0 A Mil C'arrlo Upoonaraoro bag returnnomination for United Htste Senator, e ed to Uiulavlllo to lake a third treat-mespoke to a Urge crowd In the from Charlie, Whltemoon, here Saturday nttcrnoon, and It. M. Newland, tho Insurance man xave lilt hearer one of the clear-ea- t expositions of the pronrealvu de- was In town Thursday, Mr. and Mr. J. T. Cherry have been mocratic aplrlt which la sweeping the country that ha erer been heard by TlaltlnR Mr. and Mr. It. II. Ratson nt a Lincoln county audience. Tho audi, Iincaator. Dug Drown ,of ence which, heard him waa one of the Junction moat repreaontatlvo which ha ever and Mis 8 .Mollis Drown of l,oulavllle aietuuled to hear a olltlcal speak- are hero with their Brother Arch ing In thl city, prominent democrats Drown who continue very aick. and loading ineinbcra ot other panic Mr. (I W. Drooks, of Williamsburg bcinK present to hear thin Mateamnn li visiting her motliei Mr. M. K. reputation who haH won a natlon-wldby tho honesty and f,i'r or hi light .Mr. It. 8. Martin U having his old lor the people ngnlnst the predatory tobacco factory repaired preparing lo intercut during hi twelve years In iiinii! hi factory Irom Junction City t hero. Mr. Martin tin been working tho lower House of Congress. So and devoted ha been hi cham- at Junction City for a good many pionship or the right of the people year nnd wc are glad to lime him that hi friend believe ho U Justly back with u. Mrs. Mary Albright will lenvo next entitled t promotion now when democracy neeniH on the vrgo or coming week for Casey to visit relatives. J. T. Watson and granddaughter Mil Into her own again and her prospect brilliant for the election or n de dred Itublii wro In Mt Vornon Sun mocrntlc senate and preldenl next day to sco Mr. nnd Mis. Durham. Mrs. Sylvan Horde jenr tilted her par Congressman Jumcs clearly and ents Dr. and Mr. Krnucls of Mt. Verporously denounced tho republican ' Hntllrjny cr sister Miss Willie robber tarilf and showed. In words l'rntirlit accompanied her rome. simple, that a child could understand j M ,)r ,. t,.ntrm nnd daughter how the republican tarirr luid been H(,ro , iuimjn,, prj,ay. Irnmed to bcnellt th- - tnisui and tnj ,MrB, u, ,p cft aRt nook creaso tho burden or thu poor uiau. fl)r .Mru,inHVuio to visit her sister Ho devoted most or Ills speech to ex'Mri , , ).ulH wA plnnatlons ot democratic doctrines Ior i)aUh )f Ml Vornon which he stand, and dunng the tatter (tow, f(ri(t or 0 wcc HIIcynK part of hi address discussed ntlengti A,,ny entltVd "mother Joslnh" tliu record which Senator Paynter has wal ,,a,,,j Thursday night. A yenra In tho Son- - Irpi rroW(J attended nnd every ono made dining his ate. lie told or Paynter' pair with wm ,lon, ruling trnt tii,.y ,a, n. Cugscnhclm. tho millionaire '"P"1'" celved their money' worth, cm trom Colorado, or whom It was )onlnm wn Mt Vernon thnt "Colorado was put up to the Vl,,,,n rnllm Sundny. , t.uggeiinein bidder ann highest Knid,., hcUwi r0tll.(l aiJt Krl. LouRht It." nnd to clinch manor reaci t!l). Ml. wh m)Hl I)roma,,. latter to I'nynter In ywirH. work C.URKenhelm' t becan which tho former explained that he Monday nlRlit and lasted until Wednog nunc to vote on certain bills In the lUy ,,,,, A vuWc Pt,.rtaltimenl Senate when paired with 1'ayntur by ua- - .luin vacU nif.lit u. IIII)ls saying that ho was not wnre at tho B1(, l(, iaccn.,r,.nU, f,Crnioii was time of I'aynlcr' absence from the rr,.acnwl Sunday May nth by llev. C. Senate Mr. James called attention to T .M)rhrl Tll0 radun,.,, Woro Ktta as a deskmate ,.r,Ul KllI(. Cafti ,j()ga ,,lk, .,m Unm tho fact tho' I'ayntej ot tliiRRenhelm, tho latter tor several i;arsolli J1l(14 An(,k, IIlint of siaretsburK week, Iwd not mUied tho Democrntlc) Mr. Jaiuei( )tP( rrom Kentucky. Mr ,)n(h). UtIU .i,,.,,,,. com. promised that In th, event ho was mi.nrtMu.nt, i),lra Katie nianUm. elected Senator Ottim Kentucky ho ,,rCt.( 1)ron 0wM1H nll(J Kml 8owder would make tlURRenhelm nnd the ,Mt. Vernon frlday to take t . uiibs iiiu. or trusis uiBKimu-,.oimly fxnm nar on. time he was out of the Senate ChamMiss Nannie MeWh,rter who has ber. been teaching In the (i railed Schoo' Mr. James wa8 wurmiy applauded left Thurisday tor her home m llrea. throughout his whole address and reMiss Ora Drown or Level Croon visit ceived the closest attention rrom ev ed Mr, William Drown and Mrs It. D eryone, though he spo:.e lor two tour Sams during commencement. nnd a quarter. Wwhen he concludd alMrs Mary Steuurt en Pnlut Lick most every man, woman nnd child In and Mrs. Mary Albright went to the courtnoMi came lorvvard to shako Maretsburg Trursday to iinclu his hand nnd tell htm they would vote Albert Albright who Is very sick witli for him In tho democratic primary on pneumonia. July 1. A number of lending demoMiss (irace Mct'all ami sister. Loin crat, or Lincoln county who had huh-t-rt- of Mnretsburg have been lt.ltlng their declared their Intention lo suppor" cousin Miss Jewel Francisco. lilt opponent. Senator Paynter, boldly Miss Judith McCall who lias tieen Informed Mr. James tliut ho Mad won attending schoo Mere returned to her them over by his splendid speech, home In Maretsliurg Krluny. nnd that they telt that tho democracy .Mrs It. II Sams Is very sick with ol the state needed sjch a mnn nnd malaria fever. auch n speaker as hlmseJr to help Miss Idi May Allan, s wno wns prinlead the fight ogainst the common cipal ot thu Graded School returned to enemy this coming November. her homo In Mt. Verncti after hnviu't trom A largo number or democrat taught two very succcsstul yearns hero Oarmrd and Doyle counties came over MlsH Margaret McClnry lert Thursto hear Mr. James speak, and it was day for Mt. Vernon. practically decided tlwit he will speak Mis Klorenco Pennington who has nt Iancaatcr next Saturday. May -- 7, been attending school hero returned at He went on from hero to speak lo her homo In Livingston Thursday. Danville Saturday night where he was Joseph Dupow Carter Is real sick ureoted by a big crowd and received with tho meau'es. an enthusiastic ovation. Mrs A. M. lllatt was in Mt. Vernon rom nil sections Tuesday shopping. J.eadlngderaocrat say that James is ot Lincoln county Mrs. Kd Newland Is visiting .M,ra tture to carry thl county by a large ma Lynn Parsons or Ioulsville. Jorlty. Many report have been pread Tho little daughter or Mr. and Mrs. that large turns or money are to be John Kvans ha been very Bick. spent hero In the Interest of Paynter, LoJ d Chestnut ot Mt. Vernon was but the Jamos men are confident thnt hero Wednesday. tho unpurchaseable democracy ot the county will not permit their sontl-nien- t MONEY TO LOAN. to bo ruthlessly violated by tho On Lincoln county rurms, In any use of n corruption tuna, no matter-ho- ntuount over $3,000 Hate of Interest large, and plans are already on 5 per cent. Term, C years, with loot lor a strong Jumcs organization privilege to pay after one yoar. First to bring out a lull voto tor him. It Is mortgage. If you are In "need of money bollovcd that the big congressman will loan you up to 40 per cent ot tho will run nlmost as strong In Lincoln vnlifn nt vnnr lnn.1 Vnr furihor nar. county n8 McCrcary for uovernor. and ,UcuInri) wrtQ tQ Q n swlnebroad, to How Phllomena It I conceded tnui uio vuruorso "V Attorney, Uncastcr, Ky. wooda are In autumn I Madison lor uoveruor wm bwcoii Jack Yea; even the leaves are county by a splendid plurality In Urownlng. BALKER AT COLD 8TEEL both tho primary nnd general election. "I wouldn't let a doctor cut niy foot Foley Kidney Pills nre a true ruedl on Mala off" said II. D. Ely, Dantaru, Ohio, acre for Sale. 1 "although a horrible ulcer had been cine. Thev are healing, strengthen Street.. has bs.ro and all outbuilding of w four ri ing, antisoptlc and tonic. They act Haautlful bulldlBS site (or resldeac. Instead I usod Uucklen's Arnica Salve Quickly. Shugars and Tanur. nd my foot was soon completely cur-W- . be-fta-n j,rn court-Mous- n Wll-inot- all-an- ao ,, - nm', (,,. ' ,,,, ,,, t'ommi-ncemen- ,,, s ..-..- ,!. STARTS PROGRAM OF COMMENCE MENT WEEK FOR THE HIQH Jlr. Kthel Morgan, a young woman LIVER 8TRONQ CHARGE ON ot tho Highland section, died at her 8CHOOL. ' OPENINQ DAY. home) last Frlday ana was burled afHighland MethoTnl I commencement week school ter service at the May terra of Circuit Court Tho dist church by Kev. Comb. Sho was Monday morning, with arather Is, over and tho sweet girl graduates the daughter of John Young and complete docket, and some Interesting and gallant young men are In their many friend and rotative to glory. Commencement exercise were leaves I promised during Its course litigation mourn that slug Is no more. Tho usual routine work of organization formally Inaugurated with tie baccaor tho court occupied Monday morn- laureate sormon to tho graduates at LosL Detwoen Hubble and Staning, and the court wan preparing to the Presbyterian church Sunday. Oth- ford brown, spotted glass-eye- d bitch. enter Into the criminal docket when er churches In city gave way to this Hcward for return to Tom Dourne, Jr., In tfae after- event and a large crowd beard the Hubble. the I. J.,'b report closed splendid sermon by Ilor. A. A. Higglns noon. and enjoyed Uiu beautiful musical pro The grand and petit Jurit'i. were Lost. KIvo shares Lincoln county nnd Judge Walker delivored gram. National Dank stock. Return to LinMr. Hlggln expressed great pleas coln County National Dank. hi charge and then called the docket. The member or the two Juries are ure at being called U, thl, sofvlcc in leprcsentatlvc citizens of the county. hi home town among the people he Let me Insure your tobacco against so dearly loved. Ills text, "What loss or They are: damage by hall, tho tobacco C. Hill, Shall I do With Jesus,, Which is called Urnnd Jury: I.. C. King, II. growers' worst enemy. Lojv rate. R. Suggested a lino both edi- M, II. I). Holtzcluw, S. I). Kads. Charles Christ;" Newland AgsnL Tho lesson Piles, Thoman Kcrrill, J. I. Honakcr, fying and entertaining. T. I.. Carpenter, K. T. I'cnco, C. C. drawn from It will linger long In the TO TRAVELERS. Withers, Robert Nunnclley and I'orter minds of young people tor whom It was designed. I am tho agent In He spoke with linen HandldRC. this section Petit Jury: Sidney Dunbnr, Plato cy nnd force, and his Illustrations were for tho Oroat American Steamship npt and Impressive. Expressions ot line Culllp, (ins McCormack, Ueorge to European points. all J. II. Myers, W. A. Hatcher, W. O appreciation were liearc! on overy sldo See mo, when you think of traveling. Walker, J. 11. McAllstcr, J. P. Chnnd Qf the entire service. W. LANDGRAF, Waynesburg, Ky. CIubh Day exercises by the Senior ler, J 11. CorkIu, T. J. Hill, Sam Catt tello. Sum Owens, K. V. SandldRe, W. class will bo held this morning at ten NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. It. Oalntf, Sam Dell Peyton Parrlsh, o clock nt the opera house. The Hustonvllle Roller Mill Com11. I.. Horry, Tho matinee recital will be held this pany a corporation under the laws of C. A. Itedd, I). K. Karris, at tne opera house at tnrec Etate ot Kentucky, doing business In John Newell and A. M. I.uco. Judge Walker's charRc " the l,rand o'clock, and tho annual Commcnco-- thc town of Hiistonvllle , Kentucky., Is now closing up Us business an a Jury was regarded as a splendid one itnent Kxcrclscs Wednesday ovenln 'orporhtlon. All persons having claims by all who heard It. He covered thu at the opera house nt S P. M. ngalnst It will present tbem for L. T. Young Sec.&Treas. 22-special place Tho annual recital takes field thoroughly, nnd laid SAVED MANY FROM DEATH nt the strehs u)on violations of the election Thiysdny evening at S law briber'. Kambllnj. violation,, ot opera house. Admission Is tree to nil W. L. Mock, of Mock, Ark., believes local option law, nnd other infractions of the commencement entertainments ho has saved many lives In his 25 ol tho statutes whlcl. are so common except the last recital, tile proceeds jenrs or experience In tho drug busiof which go for school purpose. Tho ness. "What I always like to do he In a (iniiinunlty. In the calling or tho (locket, Jeff recitals arc undor tho auspices of the writes," "Is to recommend Dr. King's I'.rjant, n local negro failed to answer departments tit music, elocution and New Discovery for weak, sore lungs, to his nnmo or n charge or carrying physical culture. Piogrnius of the hard colds, hoarseness, obstinate which have ..ot been coughs, la grippe, croup, asthma or Walker declared his bond forfeited and concealed deadly weapons, so Judgo printed before , are found In other other bronchial affection, for I feel sure that a number of mv neighbors sentenced him to ten davs In Jail nnd colunuiH of this Issue. they well There are seven gracuutes ol the are alive and to use it.because a fine of $J.--. and mats assessed I honestly took my adlre nnuinst him. The mil docket ol tho Hlpli School this ycut" Misses Sallle believe Its tho best throat and luns court for this term Is round on aunth Ilurdctto, Hllzuhctb Higgins, Km ma medicine that's made." Kasy to prove Hays, Vera Totten, Joseph Hopper, bo's right. Get a trial bottle free, or er page regular 50 cent of t bottle. Sold by Lester O'Danuon and Wallace Single- Penn)'a Drug Store. ton. MORELAND SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Low- - excursion fares Sunday May ADDITIONAL LOCALS. twenty-eigh- t between Louisville, Mr. Clyde Noel and laniily have Law- Georgetown, The star Held and poultry lence Danville, visiting relative in Durgin. been yn. M. 1,. Pipes has been HI for Washington red cedar and cypress renceburg, IUirrodsburg, Shelbyvl'Je, shingle nt your own price Tho June-Ho- r.nd Versailles and Intermediate sta several da.vs City Lumber Co., JuncUon City tions, in each direction. 41.50 between TnurMl.iy evening (i. 11. Prultt Lexington, Danville, Georgetown and 40. celebrated his ISUi birllulay by giving Ky. tlcketi Louisville for the round-trip- , a H o'clock dinner. Dalhiy Invitations J. D. bteenbergens sells, builds, re- limited to return on date of sale. Prowere. Issued out to relatives or both pairs nnd scales at rocK botlamillcs. An elegant repast vvas serv tom prices.ndjustshim for prices beiore portionately low- rateh between InterSee mediate points. Consult any Southern ed and all left feeling it wa good to you buy. Address Crab Orchard, Ky. Pnllway Agent or write. H. C. King, have been there. t;. Montgomery left last hustling concern the Junction CTA. Lexington. Ky.. A. It. Cbk, DPA Kev. W. That Monday week for Lhtt:in(H)g.i, Tcnti., City Lumber Company Is preparing Louisville, Ky., J. C, Beam, Jr., AGPA where ho will conduct u three weoks1 to build a nice addition to thc homo St. Louis Mo. of J. W Hocl.er at Hustonvlllo and almeeting. There was a delightful opening nt so preparing to put up n handsome Stewart Gover tho Kllxlr Springs last Saturday. Those new homo for Hugh Moore at Danville. who went from here vvoio tho followU-- t us again insist, that when bend- DIES OF HEART ing. Misses Klla Hanson, Mary hanAT TROUBLE HENOERSONVILLE, N. C. Mrs. Neal ing this office items, please be sure tun, Auhella Coulbouin, Ada nnd Mlnelle Prultt. Messrs. Algar and send your name. Wo do not wish Wed die, Harry Neal and James Han to print It but must :invo It certain. son Stewart Hover, the Hon. A good cruud iiliciiced the couifot .Mr D. G. Gover ol tho West Knd, For Sale. A good mare, works evty iiieetlug. died at Hendofsonville, N. C, where eoks'-olt- t mare colt at Mr. Harvey Hopkins letutnod from erywhere, with his mother ho hau been for his side. See (!. Daumniin, It. D. ::, StanStanford last Saturday evening. He health for some time. His death was ford. uaH been taking the teachers examliia directly due to heart trouble, though Hon. ho nnd suffered with puimonary trou The Lancaster vJr.uled School has Mis llertha Ends a, so too.t thu e bio for some time. The young man engaged tho Adams Amusement Comnininntion. was n member of tho Daptlst church Miss Cecil of Danville Is vifltliig pany to give a street fair or carni- end seemed to have a splendid futuie val In IjMicaster lor one week begin Miss, Kthel Cone this week. boloro Ulni when ho was stricken Mrs. II. H. King is on the sick list mug Monday .May 2ith. It consists ol His father went south to attend thu hipten big feature, shows Including a this week. burial which took place In the ceme Miss llrtscoe, ot Parksville is visit- podrome show, elcctrodromo, Dig Joe, tery at Hendertjonvllle. Mr. Govoi' the aeroplane girl, Dixto Uind Min- bad not seen his young son for Bonie ing her sister Mrs. Hill Jennings. Daftyvllle, Tho strels, Vaudeville, tlinu and is deeply distressed at his road way Dells etc. All are high death and he has the sympathy of a HOW grade moral attractions. There will largo number of friends In his bealso be a lerrls wheel and a merry reavement. go around. Two free attrncUons dally by a high diver who dives one hundred GUM SULPHUR. For HenL Four room cottage, TO THE GRADUATES pavements gooditablc, lots, and good garden, and 4 acroa paatnre land attached. V. M. Jlrlght, Au.m. 38-t- JURIE8 DRAWN ANU JUDOES LANCA8TER GAME AGAIN8T LAST WEEK-FIN- AL 8C0RE 15 TO 3. 33-2- 39-3- (lad-des- aiti-moo- pay-men- L 8 y For the second time this season, the Stanford High School ball team smoth ered tho lad from Lancaster Saturday afternoon, the game being played horo on last Thursday and tho final score being 15 to 3. Tho game was featur ed by heavy slugging of the local lads. for once they got Lhelr eye on the ball a total of tour home runs were batted ouL Krrors on the part of tho visitor helped In the run making, and for a whllo It looked like a tho basest Doty pitched good ball for linens-to- r at spells, but the poor support accorded him at stagos was enough to make the best pitcher take to avla tlon. Singleton started the gam0 for Stanford, and while tho visitors hit him rather easy during tho six Innings he officiated, he kept their blnglea well scattered, and their three runs were all duo to errors in the part of local fielders, Alter thc visitors had scored twice In the sixth, Capt. Mccarty sent Kmbry to tho firing lino in the seventh and ho held tho Garrr lads runless during tho rest of the game nnd nllovved them but one hit. Mike Penny led the local lads In batting, getting a home run, a single and three, bagger out of five times up. The other home run kids were McCar-ty- . Singleton, and Kmbry. Each was presented with a handsome necktie by that progressive gents' furnisher II. J. McUoberts, who La8 had a standing orfer or a necktie for a home run and a sodawater lor each run made by the Stanford players. Stanford worked three or her substitutes during the game and all showed up nicely. None of the three got a hit, but they swung well. Tom Coleman caught two Hies lu left field. Spalding Hill smuggled one as did Anderson. The score- was: moxry-go-aroun- d Lex-ingto- STANFORD . Dozler ss Penny c a 3b McCarty lb H. Coleman rf Singleton p & 2b Waters 3b & c S. Hill cf Anderson ir T. Coleman If Kmbry 2b & p AB R H PO A E. f. 0 0 2 1 1 f. a 3 S 2 0 5 00 !12000 ...b 2 1 0 2 o 320100 30010I 2 10100 220200 4 2 241 118 38 15 'J 27 LANCASTER Robinson lb Mcltoberts cf Holcomb rf Miller ss Schooler 3b Dastln c Joseph Doty p Kinnulrd If lb AB R H PO 4 0 1 11 4 012 4030 1 I 00 1 4 01 1 4 0 'J I o10 4010 401 1 3d 3 AE 1 2 01 00 r. 2 2- - 1 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 1 S 21 13 It x-- 8 - innings; Stanford Lancaster . . 12545C78 .05000037 000 1 T 15 0- 0200 -' Earned runs Stanford (J; home runs Mike Penny, McCarty and Singleton; Three base nt Penny; Two baFO hits H. Coleman, Joseph. Stolen bases Peuny 2, McCarty 2, II. Cole man 2, Singleton 2, Waters 3; Kmbry' 2, Hill, Anderson, T, Coleman, comb 2, Miller, Schooler 2, Hautlii, Hol- V tc 11 and twenty-eigh- t feet. I'oo-etlc- 25-t- i.m-ool- n 1-- 4 lt ,f Mrs. Wilton Helchcr and family are Lolt on hand, five riding cultivators. visiting friends on the Somerset and IS YOUR 8KIN ON FIRE Will sell them at a bargain. Pence Crab Orchard road. . Dros. SatMr. Alex SmlUi wns at home urday night and Sunday, but went Does It seem to you that you 'can't 'Jraduating presents in great varie back Monday accompanied by his stand another minute of that awful ty at Mueller's tho Jeweler. tf burning itch? wife and son. That It MUST bo cooledT Harmon Simpson was In Gum SulCarrlago painting, rubber tiring, phur Saturday. Thut you must have relief? and repairing at prions you can't beat Dan Turner Is very low with. meas- Get a mixture ot oil and winter-greeanywhere. J, n. Ely, Junction City, les. thymol, and other soothing In. Ky. Miss Sarah Osborne, ot Richmond, grcdients as compounded only In D. D. D, prescription. Is nt home sick of measles. Special prices on odd dressers. W The very first drops STOP that aw. Messrs. Joe and Derry Howard wero ful burlng Instantly! A. Trlbble. in Gum Sulphur Sunftay. Tho first drops soothe and heal! Miss Ida Smith visited friends In "e- -t W. S. Flih repre'ents only Lrodhend last week nnd reports a D. D. D., gives you, comfort clean ses tho skin ot all impurities ana and strongest Insurance companies. Bplcndld time. 34 tf Mr. J. W. Harrison was calling on washes away pimples and batches him keep yuu protected. Let over nlghtl his girl Sunday. Take our word on it as your local Mr. Alex Smith bad a nice swarm ot I act Dow selling the latest mags- Get a J 1.00 or a 5 cent newspapers, aire we your of bees one day last week, as ho wai druggist xlaes and subscriptions. 1 can save you money, not at home Mr. Guy Roberts was bottle today. , Shugars and Tanner I Stanford. Ky. Kind enough to save them for him. G. I. N. Sllleck, HustonvlUe. 40-238-13!-2 Joseph. Left on bases Stanford 1; Lancaster 7; struck out by Doty 7; by Singleton 7; by Erobry 4; base on balls off Doty 2; hit by plt,chcr by Doty Waters; by Singleton RobHits off Singleton six In inson. sixth Innings; oft Kmbry 1 Ic 3 Dings'. Double play Miller to Kobin-su- n to Dastln. Umpires Rico and Ilout fits . l-u be urst ' P mie i cine ; to L BUaford Rl fcstu.ed.. ,UtU nunii, noils, Sorts. Hrules wufiu; VtV v Docket Lincoln Circuit Court For May Term 1911. QHMrtnunltti OM Continued J same vs Kdwarjl ,'mrva Kthcl Harden 1 mm I name t J. W. MMttm - lice's hrs Annlo H. Powell by eto vs Hoard of Stanford Graded School. 78 Jolin Jackson vs Hlehrird Wilson 711 Kiln Taylor llodlno otc vb Ullfton 77 Stanford Graded Schiol Matinee Recital DEPARTMENT MUSIC AND EXPRESSION Astounds Rheumatics Unlqno Remedy, Brlnfrs 8in cere Exprcwlon of Amazement From Chronio SnlTorert, "D-M-- Taylor. 6.'. lit.lah Arkorraan I'. II. K. flMmoMd ts C N. 0. 1 Ac T. SO 1 W Mo. iMiHott vh I.. I). minor .4 ,s T mmm anaa? soisra va name No. Ya Nenh Arnold. t It 1 o4t. MugtsrB Martin Co. va WarrWi WNfcnr if firings Dial. Co. Mir tb tt. L. 93 fl in 36 mm 'awne aasM Ml n Uamifen Stanford t'otleae etc Va Coanty Clam Chswt Board of RdwnUMt ate. naM-Xvffj- lsM pea lea. . ... awVlM Mhrdi .. ... i Mary 3 Carton va T. J. rwtM. W. K tlooce va V. :i. O. T. P. W JennieJ.Carpenter va DovW Parpen ajnt gjl Mlcliiaigowi, Mayme Hinalttaat, Peart M. h. PWda. ier. ' , K. It. Chunks vs r. M. Ware. Riley HMdlng The Ranawar Tuscanuvm fart. Co. va J. W, . T. rft iih- - "Pfi ther. Threshing Marblba Co.. J. Ace." Marfaret Davison ' i va m. . ion '. Royal King ilnri ItniiRfimnn ra tt . tw I- 'Central Kentucky Carrtave Co.. ResdinR i1V 'It t i it vs W. P. Kfncnld. nnrttt Hooietj. nU Lee MtMiritB ' !l Trntee Stanford tlfided Urttrm? 34' ltoy ftewart s W. f McMontns. Plaao-tlo- od Nhjrht Ncvln vs .1. K. Cash admr etc J. K. It,, J I ca Una Tbrmrina; Machine Co., i'iii Mi U til ! t'i if It claw. Anna Barber Cnsh appealed. s C. A Moor etc. .Lincoln ( na h ii '! "Ip. i. (i uoTer va mttir Williams Uncoln Cotmtv Piarai Uowt va Kcndlns When The MlnlMcr tomtt to Tea iiHMon.iii.' tnii t'rrreya Mill Tun app'M.Telepfconc it Katarvn Hams n1 I ? ptk- - Co.. etc Co. r Cnnstorr Butin Heading Jakey and Old Jacob .. PMtur M rfo -'v inrnt Telepnono an Telcgraah Co..lM Ken Kitulkner tb J, V. Cttttmlns "i 1V i Kato Davis Tinner Mm etc. Plano-Riia- Mc N". ai ii l.iiKoln County National f I " O. N. Jean vs Annie waener. Due Reinwhe " ii Kiirakn "onriH Co IlurhcK gdn en va Myrtle Mary AMarann Kati y Murphy, Jvau Paatca. Kra Rankin, Bell it I i i win jnrnson. loruuan va J W Acer. Rnaaeli, Retrie Warren. - II Shmks v rt H Mcor.o. . 100 E T Bcaficy va Janet Burton etc sati " r ' Reading The Whistling Regiment ' N" 1, l.iiclhdn rnti Adiuns rtv v U M. llarve, fOUITY ArIARAMeM. Matey Grime Ni Adams etc. eall 1 M.try w. Biakalr va tnaalie Blakely Heading- i:; r Adams etc va U. M. The Debutante Din IMuer 5 Trlla Mile Owaley va W. W. Own. . i. Miry K Duddernr Adnma etc. nt lev. 14 s i.eni Luclnda Adams etc vs G. 01. :i L. Johnson PUno Theme and Transcription I; ithbua ts c, C. Carroll d;iro!i etc. r 'til i'. Wee Miss Katr Vewlund 4 Mrs PaiKT Hnrrmaa hra va sin. Dnltia Hlokely va (Irand Lodge K. sb win loo. li Readlng-Char- ae ot mrat Mtunesota at oenyabarg Daisy Huffman hra. Gordon v m Wesa Plrtna.n P. etc Utfidgra va KHaabeth tinum oicmnn. wm Le. Daniel Briscoe va O. W. Lunsrord 6 William mum II - Hebrldefi Wilson etc I'isnoMendelsaomn etc. .in- -' phtne Carieu;er. Wri Tot ton I.Umi llltiti-la- t A?FARANCt. 17 Hjll Anderaon va J. L. Carpenter 3 J Andrew Tucker tb Ellen C 0MMONWKAl.TH Jtaiy Mixirf 11 Holmes etc. lie. ate. t Com'th Ky. rg Lmb drofory tc 1 13 Jacob Johaaoa va C. N. O. A T. P. 7 J. tt Paxton admw O. W. James vs i). W. Jamea' dertaee etc ete Na 8 I mibm S. R. te No. 3 3 Mine rt Mm 13 Oaorge Reyaolda ay J. N. Cash 3 Minnie l.iantnn ts J. B Brantrm I. vs Mine m rto. 4 amn J aVuacel Alcorn va UenJaJmn Hargdn va Jamea Bach. E mtuo v Owen Hanafont No 1 W. 20 J .McKlfresh TB DTM 10 din etc C National Bank Hvtftoavttle. Ky., aamo tb same No J Xaoapfle. va U C. Iunn. 7 mihh rs aama No. 3 Wo. 4 11 County Board of Kdncaudn wme 5 Mmc v BaUITY OLD County vs Placal Court LinU va l"erl Unrr-No- . IWTHO l 1 J. W. Jamea tb A. S. l'arrls etc coln County. MOM No. a 10 fmCl 3 Clara . (llbaon s Wm. Bmaavrns 13 w. P. Heyno'da tb Martha X. lteff 11 nine va Alfred Jonea K 1 8 8 M. V. Belgler va J. D. Huehannn. e j! Mine va mme I J. 1 Iavell va Chrin Uentry M. lowell IS Wallace Fanner vs Annie Tarry lit Hume v . KAtoipt. ate 14 Mine vb Chris Oantry etc ltano Carnaval . Tram 1 CMaltnda Hays vb John Oray. W. I'. Cos vs Anna Cox IK wmo as 1J. U. Mc Rotxrts Attna Davis 3 3. H. Cwrdler Vs Wm. Marti. 1G BUlIt lb Joe (livens hrs tb Jo Olvenn hra vb I'orcy Httiwart ote. Id P. A. Curt! vs H. 11. Padgett. ItoRcra J. H. Roberta vs J. 8. JackaoH. 17 wins va A. Uooeh H Mr.. John W. S. Waller and Son va J. n. 17 Julia Moberlv va George Mobarty Invocation 15 same Iter J. n. Jones IS August Hence va P. P. Uobbttt. Carpenter. 18 twine m Joe C'loyrt B fttrmera Home Insurance Co.. va 13 etc Edward lcorn a Krelyii Arm?0 MIUV0 tb Will Merlon Choma Ott The Dadfer l strong wtc. J. W. Acton. Jt NIK va Newt Inao etcetc 18 J. H. AlbrlKht va Thoa Dnnaway. .'0 M. 0. Murphy vs Kinej's Mountain 32 panic va E. B. Denham II U. W. Singleton vs H. H. Umn Partner' Telephone Co. SS wime vw (Iroen Haaafonl PdfaPB sf Hsgai 2kkooI 21 A. (!. Paulkner vg Dave Burton. U H. D. Hoiuclaw va II. H. LogaH. 24 mtie v I.Ufle Burnett Dr. Arthur Yager President 22 Mary K. White vs Wllllnm Ander- Addreaa Colloge ot IS Martin Alcorn va :(ate (Jlrena. OeotpatawM Mine va Col. KM. ii son. 11 Overton Adams va J. T. Wella j6 Hme va Hlce Baage Chorea Wandsiara Mlat Hong 15 Parmars Home Insurance Co. tb lM4ley Back 27 MMK va Church Yeaer DON'T EXPERIMENT S. A. Oarner. t Kill Smith etc 15 Chaa Raid vs Annie Dayton otc J MHM "va Walter Anderaon Mug. J. W. Ireland Oellver or Dtpiaaaaa IT N. B. Itay vs Uale Hraekett. 40 MUM va J. U. Morrta. VU Will Make Ne Mistake If Yeu llano-- Khapaodl No. 13 ... . 16 3. H. and B. . Qovar va (i. W. . . . Uaat Fellow This Avrce. ORDINARY OLD. Canon. ! Marr .Moore Kane i A. R. Polev hrs ts r. U. KDley bra '.'niv Pllzaetb McKlnnev. Neir neglect your kldnoya. J. Stephenson hra ts W. J. If yo have pain in the hack, urinary ttonedlction . I N. )l Kiipntriek va U. N. O. A 21' . . Rev D M Walker StepaoMaon hra. T. P. K. R. 2 Arthur lliue adwrjs Mmc II T. J. Mallard v W. J. Walker. Worders, iltaaineee anl nervouani. - .- . .i -. aama a J. W. Uoocli eto i.'-- v 23 J. M. Phillips va Joe I'pthegrove. It's time to act and no time to experiaama 4 Annie Ulnar v B L. O. LovelsMd va F. at. Ware. are common symptoms ment. These 21 M. V. Siegler vs Wm. Cale etc. 6 .1, W. Wtleon vs aame t of kidney trouble, pirt Mti stiou d 0 Ssmuol Case va aame Ruth 'ii Fannie liiitcteson tiy etc Mek a remedy which Is recommended 7 Ai)nl Uoior v .1. f. Oorer Jonea etc, 8 Gtaaa and Johnaou'.s J. 0. Watts Farmera Home luaurance Co. va for the kidneys. v A.HoWon v .rN. Hertaog. K. F. Bailey. Dean's kidney pills ts I'ae remedy to OUR DUTY lo our departed ones is pluin. Wo yf. H. Kout ndtar va Wm. Mora-htitt- l. :'7 J. W. Edmiston tb S. M. HolroeU1Hfc 19 eured mvtf tubboin It should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over thto TletaMy. Annie Undy vs Rlfre and Jones II A. Klrkpatrirk va K. 1.. Bailey Can Etanford residents demand fur their final resting place. Sk J. W. Ptilllps vs "Wm. Lackev 12 Kirbsrd Poiev vs Ira Logan 13 .1. 0. Uastlneau va Samuel Urltrta .:b Annie Napier va Hundley Napier ther nroof than the following test' A monument is not expensive unless you care 14 IS. 1) Holticlaw va Wm. Uorotor 31 V. 8. Fidelity Uuaraatee t"o 16 IW. Sweeney vs i.. ft N. R; U, to have it so. H. Coomer. K. lt 1). 0. Qrttlin va I.'U AMeraoH m'c- M JbWM.WwlfSr.T.n.M.Lipn.nr.l IKy, Mya. "Some Fifth St. kku.vl.le. yara ago I Buffer Our work is unsurpassed and considering qualHarney 17 Sal finglemnn va Uattad Uracil- ;;a Thoa. Johnson vs 1.. 34 raw of Friendnhtn lMie(la J. HoMam rs M. B. Jamea ad from pains though the email of tr.N ity, is very cheap. We have a Urge stock to se13 F. V. Uobbttt vs M. U Joaiaa F F. Bobbltt vs M. B. James con- - j, kidneys, eapeclalK severe L. I). Harpey va J. W Hogara lect from. I v .ta co.i- I -- ttemptcd to gaoop y T. B. iipoB Owaley tb Mary A- Wai Rt Haott ate nced that my kldnejs mic disorder 31 W. C. Shanks v CWy of Stanford lace. 3X Pllln Willow HprlnKs Dtat Co.. v W. O. Wm. Adarc etc vs 3. T. Veils ad hud M I knew Doan s Kuln. W. McUutfey va tU. Long etc SM84. 'ere good for auch trouP..R I, procured a S3 11. C. Neal tb Ktee.Senre cCUrtland Thompson v. lrrv C tkw , ... hl, rei0l. 9 St Orab Orchard BaHkiug Co.. va A. 'rMd-A'.iy- , I .. m'to i. Ky. 1N acted Just aa rcpreb. nte.1 ..nU noun. n F; P. iJishop admr s Joslah liish-'dop Xi A. 'A. Yoctan vs Tom Uoorh fore I had flnlbbed tlv nntnts o, V. N. Lr.r.c 40 J. F. Haielwood 39 1. O. Rianania tb Rica uene box j WM computed mud. ' r' Raajo StorenB va mil Itontgon- !1 etc. G Lane etc rs J. F. H.izol- - cure baa been permanent n.ii I, tnii' Jennie . u'a I. fore think very ulniu '' lead Mngleton s L')'ilv'!i ;. cv. Tni-- t Stat- - Bank ovai and Tht C., vc P. : ne, Pilla " ; wune vs Mine ln Rent Fon anle by all dealers. Prtci .0 Jaana McCwmack vs C. J. Blppluj ii w. l. Ramsey tb if. H. LoganTot-te- Poatei-ubur- a Co., Buffalo N. Y . " B. Bryan admr vs Klwood ate. J. aganU for the United Btatea. aaaa vs same etc. ii Dona's a.. :a ijCdiiirtin ruri uv.d Coke Co. vs j; L. R Hnjchea gdn ca B. May Jones Remeaiber the nam H. 0. t)oncU etc take mo other. 44 a. O. Perr. va O. W. Phelps. i3. .1. .1, irtlai ts BeUie Hrwddu U J. if. JptMflove va C N. 0. A T. 47 Nathan Stngieton hra va Katmw HYPERCRITICAL tfikgietos'B hra. P. R. . 4k 'Willow Rprings tMat. Co. vs M. 1 ifpr ' J. It. Jonea U 3 at. O. Murpoy vs u. A. WaMac.eic Uoone otc jsatvvioK m U7 M, 4t Bachenger va Bella P. Jordan va A . B. MorgaH (iiitMtati va U & N. it. IL S Wm. Itacbeuger. WKm or victory fifty r.2I' ! tic t hailowy ranltR of thone who marched to dtftat or deathnation, It tlitie 3 Ii. n. Harney va naasborg Plr :,o u. A. 1'alconberry vt Mdrtha Pal- this Rreat Js& rNI nAh"w (A y ' INywti. agograiulfatlier or undo of younrconvuUcdyou like to seu a photoitraih in the nilfility n.nllict that c unberry. Co. IntHirantti Would fatht-- or 1 kra Va Moscm Stewart's It. S. Smith vg (J. N.O. & T. P. a c.f In m In that long ago day of M youth a photograph that lie ncer kuew 11. It. hra. Stowarta I'erhaiM wo can liov you ones and in any cae, wo can till you a takci.r 1) W. O. Walkar vs I.. A N. It. R. iz Mat tie Yocunt vs C. C. Swltk. atory granger than any detective action of 3,500 prlceluwi photographs that t J. 1J, Itoblnaou va L. C. Withers t 'D. C. llurrlirield va'Jamea UotniAn vote 1. t afrd arc lounu again. l)K. lit Mrs. noil Umley va curtu tmtert '1 T. J. FWWs nUuira s Tlios loi- - Z Sallte D. Moreltind vs W. W. llore; 3,500 Long Buried Photographs 12 VJurV: ofFREE (Mir. land. For the Co it Melting ".r 15 . R. Ullllon vs Tlioiuas lloon Addle YatM la John Yatoa. of the Civil War In order lo gWe ou lomo Ue K. J. Joallii 13 Ployd llohr Co, vs W. C. llastln r.U ,T. k. Cool; c(lli grratnes u thiftthvik e In Ii wre tVn br tUs trett J hotoc rii'her 17 you 1 tujtrb 11. U. IiOg vh Ivsntucky 'Jrottors ?7 O. W ShoUon vs Geo. Ilopkliw TIIFV t4 SU1M ot Out diyi llr ver bought br tin will leuJthe t'hotu:raiki lire u( Ct, Uettlo W1IKmmot Wilkinson liibiirnitee Co. i I ur I 1 Sulci Govrnni. 50it jeir.-lli-fjn.COO; lhrbuilnl buril clarce In a lunJauiua jHittlullu. ' lliers u City or Stnnfortl er 48 O. 0. KiiiKiks lunson. 'o TIicm ihotouruu ar very ex la the Wr I)tprtment lor o but wj auJ 10 U. 15 Caldwoll b C. N. O. & T. i, tit W. T. Adanu admv vs Lee Adiins till, llut duplicate Ml a Vrt br the I hluerler-hIotivonly 10 valuable, cover th to a knotlied Aaatar fliataaanuii .M i va Jake Penman vs Jo Haydem etc vs Virgil MjeKMtle v ftanft Mdta t4e. Jftlru rVrmilfl va Chart Logan Phillips Drier .Manor. Aivts Floyd v i ir Johnson 9MMMARV APMABAMCtf, M t x :et IMim r M. At. rt r. r. ntgra p 87 88 Annie Stoncr t llotiort Htnner. Mnttl l'.ndft v Plwobe Hammond, oto. J. X. Clan admr vg .1. J. IhtfUnm. Peyton J. C. UrM vn ! Join Thryrora Admit vb John Trevlnr's hrs. O. W. Carter etc v Lnrcoth Count Fteca Court. J. W. I.mr ra It. C. Omni oto. Emma Aah'Cy vs Krwat Vahrey. Rendfag- - -- What Pbe taatrt Tuesday, May 23, 191 L Walton's Opera House 3 P. M. A siwrnntrcd. unlatio n'liictlr for rlieu K. line r nwllKHi, like been kixmrt Iwfnre to rli.nirmtlre lit nil tlin hlitorjr of thla arUletlun. tie rmullnr netlon iroi It lei he s f nrl iliiar ikm Ity In In. ili.nl .frnre SW.ni.. turt" itt, r tnkliiK Ii SI V, i ii by tin mi. tit ri-iilwiiiri.il i nf Hi wkt h In Ii i .ir. urli naSel I'liiitiin i i itrniii '.re x l'i l tllll 111 . illi.ll ot l'-J- I I", ... ..,. I v . 'in . -t. .I -- . HUH ,'l II. It Farth. rmir. cittiliiin. in ii iii ur ,1 iiui . v. . trnte v titi'.r nnl i nil- llett.it I'y lit.' w.ik. t lonini-K hue prun Iti liniiilii- - r. ulu en cera chronic for uri-- r a nt i.ri I i i - i r i .1 . . 1 . l.ii-ln- ' '' im-- .i - It. II. N. ., nt m nlil I mrlwnl rilled 'NIimw I I mihM mt Ifm rlieHHtnllem. M mj- - elMelr Hr MhikI hp No uimle rnn llnBe trrw, r ut st uii 1 . Um-cot- a Stanford High School Walton's Opera House, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, P. M. ... Annual Commencement Exercises I my hih. I hrarl lit 'It leaiiB It, mmI InthrreitMia I lMfiati U. mlti AlMieit, mimI h tw Hi iMl.r mi. rlilrier mm my farm In (lie imr.1 art nt wmihr tvllliHitt n timeti of rlieumtitliiu. 'ILM-I- .lrr., le h ttvt att lwt ni- l.rttlc of tu ilirerttna. rim.l Hi take It f In WW - l'l). Ir.vil-iiM.- enuinintee. nail th a ymi will nniii-r-lui1 why r..olathMilalueI ttu ry ill rtioumntiem In whether allsbt. w rtoue or etaronli-- . Wrttle. It )mx will 1. Set 1 ! (t nil. r. J. inm. 1 fur Uiiclaml ynur attletlon. If your druvli urn Hot mi psiy yua. It will writ mi r. u t u prtee liy the Meiltrln.- (' ri. LtaeolM Aer.. rhli-miIII. Tbo nnt buttle will eanMacr mry lullmr. tleeommendetj and Sold Dy SHUOANS at imNNER. SUnford, Ky. n4 ltlls nr- n )ir dnuraufe at nII jmi - aalleUwd with It, rtiul lt - , Dorsey Golddust 12052 .. h"uil brither to I mi llr. 1.(1111111 i4irHl lv Kll.l API Iu b i 4100 ib) liolitdust Morgan and on to Justin m.h The aam ol ZllcnUI Oo'..li!n.t v an Imp Arabian Hiullmn .iu m The dam ot Iaits. y t.oiii.in mi,' m it U ... i X -v' -- v.'V7 MONUMENTS n vaij; Florenee by Gotdea Mlnrn n i. t;afT's Comet Morgan. ' Note. This Is nu tn;.n i.' Morgan iitlllon. tbe IIkii m n ' K A rich dappb-demand ! point e. hands htgn 'i great beauty and ..imp. etuilion of with stie.d and endurance .mil u m I Irrt as a producer of Wah il.itm I' re load and Knetern horses ot bla prodvyer no u in iin.w i opt utul s.i if nnRK show hi v.iimnl t as a producer of fine rn nl net lornep A look ai ire u"ii it ' uli will he convincing ',' Mill make tbe present 'i't inn 2 I 'J miles :n ti." . fiom it IP, on to 'ncure n l'i iu in. t Marex kept at ID rents pei Heat attention gwm but i ot i. -- ..:: i. i. , , - 'i:. . -- ' Kt'ile lor aci'ldcnta or - a F. RKIO. in - n tfr. CROMWELL'S CrontweU'a norse. 1.' 4 t td, : ears ;. itcile Imj.Mi IMiiiWfll'.e i i MCDONALD, ll 11 J 1 - a ', Wm. Adams & Son. W, Jr. I i .i u tO, H i. u. is .in i . y 'J t Mc1 M. luiiosell ., I H ' Mi '"! ii l ii 1 i.i, i ;, h ll i I. II V kt. h B.sck Jr.inf it I. 1. i i i Willi Kt ,!.,n II . a: a ftMhO, Who Was There That You Knew? r 1 f 1 reprwtuc-ttoos- 'lam Si ilttl rim, h, Jolin MM : ; ii n .ugh ttr L i In-Iiors dam. (illiiuin i le , t'.iv i i. ire foaled, 1!0; alrnl In W.i-- l intia .it, W aJhJngton'a air,- l Cioiu well 7J, liit dam Faywte Denmjirk he I y W tutbliiaton Deumai k i, Thia exclltnt horae will iiLike i ul in 1, at uty plate, I i le north of Crab Orohard. on lU in plko, nl llu U Insure a toll moiMha. A ben ratal aed on colt lor sert Ice Mono due wuu uiaro Is traded or pertd with, care taKr to prevent aecldwnta, but not rs4on- Bible should any occur. Wll also sittid u gplendd yonni; jack threo years old, Id bands IHKh nl '710. Suiiih teruiB mid comlltioiiij as i 'i "of tV .1 i n I . ti .hi pt ii, I i.l ilj'n Kui . . - t, , ' r v -' nuit. GUS GEIbZL. -- Crab Orchard, Ky It. 11. i0 P. Knioror count . 2 & Son s Lincoln UI iW o4 Cft SU 57 K U. N. O. A; T. P. It. it. vg Miindiy I & Acton. "Why didn't you ring can't you see s garno W L. M. CoodjilBht va J. 11. Itnnoy tbo Blgn?" Hume eto. !'. S lliinna vs P. M. Wnro "Yes, but If I'm standing In the ball. b Porter Itohin-- i K. P Poster vs J. 13. PoBtor nduir C'J Addle Itoulnson I'm not a passenger, am IP son. Jor T. J. Poster. Aimlft h'ngleman vr L. &. N. It. It. C4 Tlios. JolniBon vb P. Dlihon etc. Hovlo National Hank s O. P. and .ri Galey (Jilltln vb a. Crlltln Coral From Italy. nume rr--ie- i tU James loresier tlrcenhurry Urlglit. I Aiinitm luicu of the costly reu, wuuo nu fl .i.,..,u ,.o v J J Durham. tii u..m Hoblneon ltros. Dink coral used for ornamental pur H. II. CS James PoHter vb SubIo lostsr. C. N. O & T. P. rt. It. etc. B Jim. Ilurton uO Ceo. Burton otc otc til J. II. Cnrtor etc vs Martha Uaiup-.to- u 1'n.ii ... died poor and broVea duwn; tint durJUat. Ml liar to pot lor neatly 50 )ear. uolil It va. dltcomed (roni (tried to br a New FrilaBd olleitor. J. l'lerpont MotKiJ Central OarBeW and ent aecuit tie colletllon-ta-I're.Ulwith tl l.-Twoith HioliiniQ 1 Puller aald It the entire the help l the Riwiaw or haabeen itathered InlJ 10teat.lum and II placed wilhlo your reach at leta than the yalue ol on. ot lb. pholoiranht. War-- tor It Ii the one accurate. Irapantal hlilorr ol Ih. Clrll U " the camera cannot lie. It telle the ilorr l under protection ol Ihe hecret heaid bclore. Taien photof rephl brine to Hn thouaandl ol lillle. Service, thee placet and known phae. ol the war; they penetrate to itrame record atraace thlnci. prielleK oi lelllal jbeie booli le or Hl'.MBMBBRl-O- i and cotol Riyi. "JI,'' lnteretlog (rum a bUtorlc lUud jiolnt, but IrameJ. makt a iplen did addition to your library vallt, 41 ths tnolIuiAwa wlllull yti bew Ike ttftttw I HttiCM rtJi tiHer thla ilUfuo rftiiettton i WMbel4igrspbillb price Ibt Unit hisios ifovoru uttai psU ir ibrse ti ! ruallinit. 'I hey arc not only cnU . U12PA1IIS MADE ON - Motor Cars AND ALL KINDS OF , pitirs. Kulew Send the coupon at once. JtoaT Padgett. 1). M. (il Murphv Ai Acton vs Itol-er- t Pug-loy- . tU CO Stoiilicnson b II. M. Scud- - Wright. 01 JimifH Itogers vs Christian lllls IHjra Hlchards ana son b Hordlu 0 Southland, ca W. C. Cummins vs Mary B. Warren CI J. It. Powell vs Mary S. Warren Ktc. der Curler Dry Co. vs C II. II 70 Ti 73 74 75 70 (larr Scott Co., vs W It. Dllllon. Jllnnlo Curd vs Mary itronnugn. . Qulntllla M. Logsdon a Klmcr Logs-don- P. Peacock va Oora llusBelt. Mary Grant vs Aaron Grant. Citizen's Guarantee & Trust Co, vs Prltr Krueger & Son. W. poses Is obtained from tbo coast ot( Italy. Men go put In boats ana nrag tbo rocky bottom of streams with wooden frames or nets, In which the coral becomes entangled, but the del Icato branches ore crushed la, thla way. The finest coral la obtained by diving. .upply of lln..ud ei to lime. Our be prompt Free rorllol lo. It l.m.l.d , Better to tecuie ut U ouentllr. Youtoday. mall thla coupon u. fi.tiilcfeiri. ika II t.nreatictloDi bi ni.lrei.rii4 r.a4a liarWk, bhur.ijii Uiafy r I.ltii.il aa4 cialalaMl la framlne L..i ..m.I,.11. illiWMU. Ibt tuiy el ll.i" el'lti.t ta' '' u. li 11 wkM Ibe e'lali.'l 'an iiiiiimI p14 k.. ball a Ibt kol. i.llMlUa leel el II cei.lt U ' tbe l.a.Wi. tuellltl Kaait A41i.ii S i. S ol Kirkve Ceapaay, II Alter Place. Machinery SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDEIt GOOD SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES BCST EQUIPPED MACHINE 8HOP IN THE DLUfe GRASS. jiri,N.Y. I.. - DANVILLE MOTOR CO. DANVILE, KY, 123 rJ. ELECTRIC . - ; Fourth SL - 0. McIJees lira vs W. O. Mc- - T fcV - IP rrvm y ""iijjH,!?1)" TS)f0fa$t0mmmW&9mm''ftmWmm ' iif f - " ".yrff'tfm'r . ,yi,ii ii .r ilui W pi II iq (I i t : I 1 4 Uucker, Georgetown Ky. Cam) Cash Ilrook wna foaled 1903, solid liny with left hind root white, 15 3 4 hnndi lilph But the careful Person IM.DK.ItKH hired by Sllmt Combined xtnlllon, Dark Mnhpcnny welpth l,i0i poiindx, llrmik, No IU7fl!, record 2 10 I 2 tho l.V.l deposits his money in l!f, Ik abKiliilely nounil In eery wwy. tire of Margaret Bathgate, 2:11 t Ure uft HrcipM .! .lanl II ife Utt for jjmh ? Mm Kan ftrM. fUiAtows, Kr .i .(.I Mud dlipodrlnn nnd colta ooBlIy linn Dttle Brook (3) 2:17 ip.llli.tliitil TTTl I mint trmxlf imt. Iltvm The Lady Dell, On approved security 44 dronrvil tlown lh lull (i liunl 'Oim tlron c4 Hrcir 4 ilK mM, HarJiloon. M? bild lie hn itepivcd elRhthn In IS Jennie Drook, (1) huk.nUlllt dfrtTrt lhhk.iintfiMlr lliiltrbalirtvrfitiv Mvevri mi hitched to n nulkv; In live Rnlted: a! trookc, 2 17 Mfg. and Guaranteed by J. Robt. Crumt, Bifdilown, Ky. Prlct SOc at all Drulsli EllloU Stone 2:18 M, Lady whenever conditions neat ho lioro wetirinc tn nine 2M7 U sun ii Ince a yctrllim. nt inrer, Droek, 2.30 and Running Urook, ?.30 tie I red out PENNY'S DRUG STORC S IANFORD,. KENTUCKY. blue nml ' tira old wore Silent Drook by Darknight, No. 2853, Preferwarrant it. of 14 iIkiwh; n n hnniena homo mid tho sire or SonrchllRht 2 0.' 1 I, iv n model la In n elana to lilmarlf. neyor delented xceit by two llrlshtimht. 2 OS M nnd Vnl, 2 0. ile ence, of course, being (d bin own colta. nnd haa Hon In iMrknlatit alrel by Alcyotin o Ilia eolta are nl 23.', reeonl 2 27. Ashland (Hooks ist rlnita or 23 bend given to our regular A H II It wiirn liiildn tho motif s . nnd whn dam ilitnn Wren by Aahlnnd vilk , Trial 2 24 Trotting Dark Nay Stnl by Dirnlty Dnro 1'iS.i, he by develop) d make preat Bndillnni nnd 201 itocnrd 2 17 sired tlio aire of t, lion, 1G hntidr, fouled August 1 u (.hester Dare 10, ho by Hlack Squlrnl birth triced three and five tallied nhow depositors. John It. Gentry, 2 IK) 1 2, Snllt To hrul nt Village rnrin, Hast Aurora N RS, ho liy King William 97 1st dam horaoK Sixty flvo of bla net at nn ler 2 m; I t. Aahlnnd Wllka sited l,y V Pirvt dam NniiKlity (llrl by Hex Toxnwny IfmS, of 2 12 ver told nt lied 171!). be WPkes (,e rre liv ruglsteied in ol uernKe one 4 year-oliMIiin, llo linn Wllka, second dam. Hide Llllt bv I'm Amcrlcux record 0A T II It iUu l.y AbdHllnli Mam nn nveraur price of Jllll She "i I! 14, aire of Nattlctnn. renever lxrii defonted In n produce rltiK ttndor, 14.'.I, 3d dnm by Jim Munrue and pays all his bills .17 ho Atmoui ...1; ;ud (1mm ilni; when shown with 1 to 18 of hla S15 cord '07 3 4. American Nolle Hvr lirino by by Unit I and purchases with his record : I' I nml IS othors In 2.30 Chief; n ilnmCrlt Darin, by Ilourbon pet Ashland Ilrook la n hmiilsomo Id 1'orolgii .4nl Mnttlo S. riilnk of niirh anddlera na ho hn low tvlth lot of substance, baa a ; I.y Porolaner. b Imported (Hon rCJ?p ' personal check. filed: nnmol. Nettleton. Vlnorn. bold wnv or koIiik with wonderful I'roaiiect. the Ilni Andemon mare, lley, irfHl style and action Ilia oldest l)a. the Price Hrrrlnu Mare, Toxle, colta are onlt comliiK four eara tdd Oiiwitnl ttaa filed by George Wllkts I'ortetl Iluziurd Dare. London Dare. Dare All, White this aprlns; and thev me all cr.e toibl 6IW Almont Dnro "tho nntiirnl nhow e Imperlnl nnd n hoit of oxpi ct, the) bearltiR pood colors w tli Second ilRtn Duorma, aired by .Mam honw without the KNIFE AND KRUP. Toot. I'rlr.-1 .000 t li brlno Mmk I27S, sire ol 75 Including PCR or wolRhter nhoen. The remilt other that hae been nold from ua n pluily of slo. with wonderful lx)k nt liia record It la to lie remeiiil.' red Lady of tho Manor 2 Ot Lord Der- Id H life Ioiik lliHtlllK with the bekt to fl.KtiOnnddlera nnd ae what thoyi anil action rlre of Coriwtlpxtto Court Housp that be Mred the prcit Snllle Ilrook by 2 I 3 4, Heir nt Uw 20 oili -- I rex mid dmus obtnlnable ilid hh (im do tnat wat neter defeated In her cl.vg era In breeding hli colta i roof ol Ida rich DIGNITY DARE, cot liv Climter .'is either hnriiea or roniLter three Srd dam nutlet, by Nutwood CO", ttin nr wIiiiiIiik wheroer ahown nnd be i)sr ,s Stanford, Ky. in. He .. lat dmn. by Welch-- I j ear old and sho wna second to Ho .. .. . a." silo of 14 In tit. list liiK nrtoted nn high aa 2fl0 t 10 iln)a inot't 0ir,7 A T II It , lie n, itymij k pront Kilnn Mav In the sweepstake 4tti iIhiii, lojmr by Htrnthmoro. 409, 7ld to $i'K nt 2 )oora old llambletonlan No 10 A T II K. will laHt tei r lnsa colta nro not or GRADE aerte uiaroa thla aenKon of I'll I nt in" l.nrtiisa to his nt I'rnnkfort Theae sire l) In tho lint lie credit seternl promN. MARE table In IIiiHtonvlllo nl tho low prlco Int; baa .Mil dmn, Mllliird, by Albion, fltlt dmn MARES, tend me a GOOD STANFORD, H5MUCKV throe tear olds that bid fair to .NimI by ICdw In Fornut 7th dmn l.iuly and xct n DREAD WINNER, lie la n of bo hot company In thr diow rinp ilii torn Mild .i lull brother to Nettleton Tumor by Mntnliiino C'blof II $25 to Insure a Living Colt. jenr. nnd to llie WmtU'ld wim lintl to ouly 1R n I tour old lor JiiOOpremluma Kox Dare Money due when colt coinci of mnre Ashland Ilrook will itako tho tl.im int Inuleil or returned, or bred to any lin won more tnm-oilie ban 12 foot nil uplieiit'od tbnt Wo will btnnd this great conch btnl-lloseneon nt ?i; to Insure a Htlne by Dlmilty mid ot,Pr (,,,) lPn rt?tnlned on nil lilpnty of ntyle, lo and aulMUnrc miiroofcter airedtoo numoroua Itare men Iroita unlit nahlA for flraaa furnlahed colt. for the season ol 1911 at J. W. to other Tho Wnrlitdd mid plnntr of Mch1 Uaiighmnn'g place on Somerset pike J at renaonablen prlcc for mnros Hon from n In h rfprt'iontntlro ntnlllon in il the ono mile from Stanford, at $10 to InI'" la a benutlliil bay Ifi hmidu liirl diatniirr nnd mint be settled for y tint lit' la tertn IniplU-u- , To King Eagle clone to 12uo pound afro, iulwtonco nnd. upraJ onlv In part T'cJfor rsmotcd. UroedliiR hours from sure u living colt. Thib is one of nndlg (0 jo n t,e momlnR and 4 to C In eter unprmnlrn the qunllttcn roinblnod In fliortoat backed one oumnke aatv aen iihe llncst coach norsts cter brought the will recelto my owJnR to location will Mores t1( otenlnK No 2530. Ho linn thorn thlM tm of Daro Devil iiiIIch from personal nttrnllon, but will not bo 2 My tine .toung tnulo Jack will make to this part of the country. itiSd the" nro mich lyinmitrlrat chanc win nt my stable Vol C. A S It n. King Kaplo Is Ho Hinlorilllo on Liberty plke.nt $!." Inre?ponlblo for nccldenta or eacnpo. 10 bnnds hlph. dark bay with flow. the present sensoti nt mv stable at lii.l hands high and is by Imp. GIos-U-ist tar n to mnke him n Ktnllloii miionij Inaiire lltltiR colt Will also tnml a will alio nt tho nanio tlmo nnd Jilnce g Morcland, Ky., for f 10 to Insure umnjr 111 bend mid neclt, IkmI, and out of a mare by Wonderful ounK Imrar nt Slu to Incurejdand my Krent breedlnp Mule Jack inp ninne and tall, goes all the pnlts colL Mnren traded or bred to ottnnd lepa liro perfect nud whn teen fine blRtrailed or bred elsewhere ren M.rea PEYTON. with plenty of speed st)lo and ac er stock forfeit their Insurance. Ilo. An) one wishing a very high In connection with hln fnullloHi unit Orns furnished at senwm due known In thq West Did of Turner Is oer 13 hands high, black Ircd coach horse to breed on standard md urent loutr nro ecpeclnHylior dors month Personal attention cl so well county, nt $10 for mnres nnd tlon 12 per Lincoln e tl w this Voo ftimiln iesponlble TJo for Jdinots, due when colt Is PEDLGREE Sired bv Itotal Klnp,- with white points nndHeweighed extra bred marcs for getting stjle, speed uny on mi to nil stock, but not Is an 1010 pounds. Yoi nlll .LPlore brewlInK Correspondence nnd foaled or mnre trnibd, remoted of 2.'Mr.. be bv On Time. 715, lie b Stono- tiirtiiRanil fine lor ne blents one brceJor. HI-- colts nt and action, should see this horso wall never looKed nt a better Inspection lutlted parted with, or mnre bred to nny oth-p- r dam Jnckson, 72, Uovnl1, King's lirst,6uro county fairs Inst fall took spcclnl The Wtrllelii Ih tho only itnlllon S. T. POWELL. stock Peyton by Hutf Duddcrnr's noted Mollie ( Mountz. 358 was by the the Money due when mare Is parted In the p.rom brtMxl sire nbbell's Lexington K. aJrrcinliim offered by Congressman that hn 7 Unim Iluatnntllle, Ky Jack, he bv Ilutilile-- s nrlpnnlia nnd MalllirtlUI 1- 1- llM two King Uncle's first dnm Hip, :v79. she'Jiarvey ncim, aiso severni otner pro-b- with or bred to other stock. ninrn Hal out of Jim Porter Jennet iuiple Ilird 1014. bo bv Old Klnpmiums. Kinc croeii, two Mmnbrlno l'achon. Wo will also stand a VERY FINE Pes ton Is flno with tery larRO bono nctcrni oi nis cons soiu as uiga as JACK by Napoleon, at Mnmbrino I'hlof. one Cblmo one mid ftxit. Rood neck nnd enr, pood IJaale, 730, second dnm by Red Lion th0 samo place 3rd dnm bv Hnrrls' Denmnrk, ho by $123 etch nt weaning time 1 Inch tie WW Wilkoi ono Klee Onuanl. fine runrter, well mounted, 15 hands . Ho is He is well bred. Call nnd seo him nt $12 to insure n lltlng colt. Miller's Denmnrk, 45, fourth dam by one one Nut'n-dIiIrIi nnd ndmlred by nil who seP him. tloneer. If-hands high and a flno beoder. i and see Is pedigree In full. Hell (thoroughbred.) thn any more twttlnR ir.w The beautiful comblmd stallion and Is snld to be tho host mule Jiu'I; In Jim D. B. KING, NOTE. King Uagle Is n combined J. W. & H. C. BAUGHMAN, lion nllve on of I incoln eounty pi... Wn.ii.M i 1i I tare l)oll, SIS" lllnck Jiw, will mnke the sea. no M. Morcland, Ky., All nro Intltod to come and see him stallion,, a breeder of fine color and Stanford, Ky. 1'Jll at oi.r Inrn 1 12 mile hlKh stvlrd colts, ,thcv nil havlnr He I.) Mmnbrlno Kin morel 2 0 of Stanford, Ky . known na the Phone In S ho size. stle and action. Ho sired the by Mnmbrino "ntehen. D. S. CARPENTER, U7M li II McAllster place nt $12 10 to Meier-.1- .. J I olt that won the $i0 'take .it tho HuRtontillc, Ky ID Mmnbrlno flilof 11. n UtlriK coll nnd will ilso Stanford fair, and the $100 stak. at 5S4S, ti, Klwtloneer insure " by Cht-w' ' h& ' ot .. Lnncaster d"f"ntlng hero four of tho rWe tho season to the iwrtlea &)-4. V. jS"mpJu . 3! ' ,.,..''..." got of the prent Itex Peat Ire. This lie In beat nnd finest colt Colts to be lHin ItaTll In n grrnt winner pet cl King Paple wns second In the dlslntorestod parties In jMdod bv i won the. ehinploninp $100 smko nt Hnrrodsburp, v 1th 21 Kv r"11" '"rv Stanford.Jo Is a heoutlful Mark, fit : ilorse Hliuo In 1 entries nnd defeated the colt tl.nt won VJ3, I'ni" lllack National ll,.r iiw.r.. Slmw this stako. two out of three shows Illi 1S"9. clw .'.ml howv ami all the stylo ou in , tlmt Nattonal Mwao Show colts are in demand, bring the lushest or looklitiK for. one of the finest anddu to. cl..mplonP King Uaple will mako tho prices olHsa i. """"" """- " ,' . dim pre ent season at tho low price of $15 i iihihib "" iiyray lie is Show law, eiaax J. IP to Insure a lit Ing colL nve rears oio aim a unuiij. nw . itumr rjim cwa ". ......i luiini iiinn tJ....-1902. claaa 3 : re--; lK,for, jHM,kli.it jour maros. ialon Horse Show II ,sft2 ptasai lii.u tn u liv tb.. notnl Pre WAR TRACE I llorae ..Show IW)3.I.,2;. IU. ,,f Kentucky's Rrnte I I by W.i 9bow,rt- i- stalllonr Preaton , . t.m ua SSI ill Wo will also stnnd the great yovnr rs"" u " ,1 ton 51. lllaik Joes dam l.uem it Incl- var Trace nt $10 for mares and 2. UH Danmark, 2nd dnm i ct'n MomiiKer $.0 r r jennet to Insure a Ifting colt i: Show iwi. tim Il I Aur Itoldinwiii, by Robinson Vermmit Trace Is black with white points Home Show 1J03. cVaas 2 hiinds high He was sired bt , i llambletonlan l breed to ono of Hi If tmi want to l Groat Pasterr II he by Imp Tatl'avor cess llnlen 2 05 a19 3,200. Hla dam was Mf lost horse In Limoln count v at tnat soM for 1 1 14. SSamh llamllu 2 ,r - UAr,c 2rars OlJWeifAt OSO) -rHaaonable price see J D liids nnd the Imp Great Kastern War Trace's ler 2 i2 nt mir Sm All care will be taken to pre dam lu Itedford Stsr, Le lij Tzell III make the present ais... Vimaite Is a roajstertd Pereheon McKlnney, K) . t tent accidents but not stallion and n ported limit Idu.tl The StnrlUhl Thla farm on- - ml Fhoukl any occur U mares are tnul peopl, ot l.ltuoln eounit hato neter Jack sorted only a few ' Note fli to Incwro Hvtn &.olt form, ol or 11 tiM with srnson la due. lit n had tli opiMirtitnltt to breed to one Mnres In tils threo ypar-olSON, season la ilau retaliied on colts for ills Hrst colts ciiino last spring and S. M. OWENS like him before SON, J. D. EADS sold from $90 for to. McKlnney, K) lie will Nil a long felt want He la thev r0 tor mare muTo horse muleston1 colts, so Stanford, Ky with our Kentuckv $117 tho kind to cri mnrrs to g a high class mule m.iri see in offerlnp to the. public tills Isgreit DRIGHAM YOUNG. sec that the kind that ot cry body wants, and yoiiiuc Jack, ve hate oneshould mnke ond to none This Jack the kind that tilings tho big mono) VJ11 nt m Tho llreeders ilaetta nt thlh t eek n great lennet Jack for he has tho Will iuiik the somoii of low (piotes desirable drafters nt 5225 UJ to finest hnd and ear and ns much foot place near McKlnney. Ky.nt tho Vol- - nnd bone ns nny Jack lit ing. JS'itK'O. tou uan't beat them price of fSOti to Insure I will stnnd my lino Shetland stal blnh This jack is 15 Imnds 2 Inclu stU lion Dock for tho hensou of 1911 nt talre will mnko Jio season of 1911 EQUITY one mile from town on tho Dantllle Ulatk w1U white points, tine tho farm of S .1 Kmbry on tho gnsit bono and font mid hn.j apro rt castor pike, at $10 to lnsnro a lltlng pike nt the (ioodkniglit farm at $13 colls NO. 922 VOL. 11. to insure a lltlng colt. We will nlso offer for public serHimself n grent breeder It colt Jnck Ho is SIRED BY WASHINGTON NO. 54, FIRST DAM BELL BY RHODE. vice this grent tins alwn)H brought the lop prices J. NEVIN CARTER, Dock Is ono of tho finest bred Shot His hend RICK NO 104, SECOND DAM BY DE NMARK. nliick tilh white point Stnnlord, K will pa jou to see, this Jack before lands eter brought to Kentucky. Ho nml ear, foot and bono aro second breeding your mnre. Is hired by Imp. Uluo Hte; 1st dam THIS CHAMPION 5 GAITED SA DDLE STALLION OF KENTUCKY, to none, with style and action like by Imp Ilobbln II: 2d dam Imp. NaSON, S. M. OWENS a nvilp He Is sired by Yelbcrtop, WHICH EVERYBODY IN THIS AND ADJOINING COUNTIES KNOWS HIM III. MeKlntie),K tion by Imp. Ilobbln Jr., first dam by Dr. Wood, second BOTH AS A GREAT SHOW HORSE AS WELL AS A BREEDER. WILL Dock Grey lie Is n beautiful black and white, dam by Imported Jnck. Yclbeton, Jr., MAKE THE SEASON OF 1911 AT M Y STABLE IN CRAB ORCHARD, splendidly tnnrked nnd nn aristocrat KY. tho slle of Knulty, Is now nt the hend TO A LIMITED all oter. Just 40 Inchca high mid the NUMBER OF MARE S AT $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING Htveetest llttlo horso jou eter snw aiictlnnd pony, 3S Inches tail; own of Mr T H. Adams' herd of Jennets, COLT. WILL KEEP MARES ON GR ASS AT $2.50 Ky. Lexington PER AIONTH BUT ed by HuKb, Hold Foster will make nt In offering this Jncs for public ser- WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENT OR ESCAPE OF STOCK S. J, EMBRY, JR., season or 1911 nt $10 to lnsuro n vice, wo feel sure tto nro offering a Marvel of The Century, CUred by The Stanford, Ky. SEASON IS DUE WHEN MARE IS SOLD TRADED OR BRED TO .. n r inr 30 Years. lltlng toll. Uo Is by nn Imported grent breeder for competent Judges OTHER STOCK. say that ho was tho tiest breeder in Hawking, spltllug. foul, brentk. dis- pony that cost $1,000 in tho Sbotlnnd Montpomerv county, his colts always charges of yellow mntter pennanont-h- . lngredl-eutjIslands nnd lb regarded by horsemen bringing the highest prices. with pure llotnnlcnl cured you a pony In Kentucky ns tho best This great Jack will mnke the preTo provo It wo will send TREATMENT FREE nil comers In tho show ring sent seison at $10 for mnres nnd $20 CaIaIUUI 13 NOT ON1A DANUKIi. 1 will stand my flno Jack, Sam Keeno of 1903. Lieu retained on nil colts for Jennets to Insure n living colL All death Will until bonson Is paid. Mnres parted of the nbovo mentioned stock will OUB tut It causes ulcerations, of mil nt mnke tho present season of 1911 nt -. " for tho sensontwo miles fromthe Kill. town on oiid decay of bonowith or bred clsowhero forfolts In our stable 3 12 mile west of stnn of nppctlto, unil Shanks' farm often aiuscs loss doblllty. Idiocy and (ho Somerset pike ford on the Shelby City plko. Mnres reaohes t enorol He Is n black Jack with white yolnts surance and money becomes duo. Will traded, parted with or breu oisowuero Watzmann, No. 343. This splendid once linnds high nnd mnke the season at my farm. iMBiltr. H "ods attention ut Balm flte year old. 14 without our consont forfeits tho inThis crack oung stallion will mnko German Coach horse wns foaled May Cure It by inking Botanic Blood has hue heeding. JOHN B. FOSTER, Stanford, Ky. money becomes duo nt surance nnd pwina-uen- t tli0 season of 1911 nt my place on the 21st, liiOJ, by H. Will ID D B.) t 1h a 'lulck radical innres nt R to Insure n Hnnenknmp, in Gertime of such transaction. For fur- Ridge near tin lltlng i BertoMoney due when fonled or It rids tho olt th0 Hush llranch pike. Information call on or address, ther many Ho was imported by J, Ciouch 1X0.1 E.rn.a that cause cttnrrh ninro is parted with. of lo llo Is ono of tho finest breeders (B. 0. Rex Arbuckle 1467 J. M. LAIR. nt the same lime Blood Balm wHh in the county. He is siren by Chester & Sons, of I.afajette, Indian a. IIo S. T. HARRIS & ROBT. WOODS. Stanford, Ky. No. 1, the blood does uwny R. F. D. B ) purUlos 3. Phono B. " Chier, ho by Chester Adair; 1st dnm was sired by Eskimo, No. 1400. He is 2C-- S nierv symptom ot cntarrU. w-- b, Stanford, Ky. Combined stallion. Will mako the UnBUng Hood ot by Marlon Squirrel; 2nd dam by tiilt a tcry flno typo of the German coach s ids season of 1911 nt J, N. Denny farm, , i mod direct to tho VW"'"'1 Kdge; 3rd dam by On Time; both by horses, and sold for $J)00 three years 4 ... nfri.rteil by (Wiari-miles Irom Inucister, on RichFINE PROPERTY .... no. Ho will mnko tho reason nt my ""-- uertes , anu i"v Gray Kaglo. mond plko nt $20.00 to insure a liv-Iwarmiii ..i.iin FOR SALE AT McKINNEY colL Llghtfoot is a Borrel horso, 1C hands place at Hustontllle, at $10 to Insure Hex Arbucklo, 1167 by Hex Mcuon- high, lias tine style. Ilc is tho best n lltlng colt. In this way mamas jJ.I ho by Hex 840. 1st Deslilng to go Into ether business, At tho sairto place I will also btand PERCHERON STALLION, irou gray nld Miss Richmond DenmarkKluir Klch bred saddlo horse iu Lincoln county cure of latarrH lu all It.1 l'LK subject to register, 7 years old, weighs dam by Peavlno 58. 551, by w0 will sell tho following property and nlso the best Individual. lie has my flno trotting stallion Hummer, Jr., isiTS or by express, 2d dam Jennie nrd, I 010 pounds will mako the pcnBon of iOlili, iOI, by Stonewall Jnckson, 72 located opposlt0 tho depot at McKln two colts n ready nnd they are the nt $10 to insure a living colL Ilia get hato all been tory fine road hornt my home on Uio old Isano by Washington Denmnrk U4. 3d uain ney. Ky. Kill finest you ever saw. Ono IS room hotel, aholby place two miles south of Bhcl-- riorence by Sand Mnupln's Drcnnon Will stand him at $10 to Insure ' ses. .M ires sola, traded or bred to any Ono lltory barn, b City on Hustontllle plko ut $12 60 I will stand my Boveral fm0 acXs at lltlng colt. other horso without consent, the 60x30, with sidfl to Insurn a living toll. One store-hous$12 for mares, no Jonnets. Money duo innncr. recently ship- money will be claimed for service ron. rooms, wiUi stock of merchandise. This horse was but Fighter. on all these sires when maren are ' A Dlieoursged ped In fioni Oklahoma, where his colts dered by our horse. Mures kept fit Parties doslrlng to go Into th hotel told or traded. "IIo Isn't so much of a tighter ns lie equaled tho very best In Uiclr class, 10 cents per day on grass but not A escapes. goods business will for nccldenta or nnd livery and goo hlin beforo booking your mares. t0 V?" .... , maxo on colts for tho season flud this a fine location, a InnW win lien retnlncd J. K. BAUGHMAN, ..- -- Care taken to provent nceldont or "to. lou sec, no a cood nrlce to right nartlea. Call Hustonvllle, Ky. put not responsible should nny money. lug for somo one wbocouiawniymuj-- at DENNY BROS, on or wrllo Q. If. MASTERS or Chas occur, Vast Uiat's tvhat ho Bald." uuwyur, Mcttiuuv;, ivj. Kcntu aj -G. S. 8HELBY. Wolir' Shelby City, Ky '.Well, ho found Um." VK " Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 iTBTtMrnriHirreB? Nominated Ashland Brook (No. 4175C.) Vol 17 A. the Chronicle's Saddle Horse Futurity Stake 1911. 1912 In T. II. II, bred by I.tipcce CURES Cholera. Gaocs. Limbcrncck, Roup. Canker. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry SnT.::l0Kv L. WIITWW1 BM 11 j5S And 1913. WEJMAKE " LOANS CARELESS - PEOPLE :t-- . 1, tr i err Lincoln 1 ' THE WARFIELD Alinont Dare 3226 mi 2 v ' ' l. Bank Ir , 1 "V. li-- 1 fi . rn""1,1.,' - 1 State Bank m 200,000 .... Trust (o. pre-i-e- Hapsburg 509 r n Turner fit lit-In- to Black Joe or. 1 2 e lm wt "'. .i'; ..' !,'. - ",i rr I9. an' "" - u ,'" """"'" im-w-- - ' ?rK V WflHLMWW rla row. -t s .. I l5,f,1,7'S t- -. L Ire Dl. '"'" lZ "" vnii'A i ill:. .. iio 1 1 rioiilllc d t sj Dock lin PRESTON. d .j; . Gatarrh r..H Sam Keene 2 g J. C. BAILEY, Crab Orchard, Ky. t&Umtlo&tlr Wafzmann. 343 ng '" - SJSTkasitsi ""- ,,,..; "B XTO, 2 e jCouis o jones, Sianford, Jfy -- - j sr -- 'TT'f?rj', The Interior Journal. Established 1872 M. 8HELTON SAUFLEY,... Publisher IN ADVANCE tan-for- d II A YEAR STRICTLY Entered at the postoftiee at 9 as second class mall. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Circuit Judge. HON. UlIAK..crf A. HARDIN, or Mercer County Alter henring Ollle James spcau, who la there thnt will fay but ho Is the man whom the Democrats should nominate for Senator? No one can qeostion but that he nas Blood for thu people first, last and all tho time And what n power he will be on tho stump In tho final election. It looks mighty like to us that James has his raco won n mile. The spectacle of Judge Dlckerson, of Cincinnati withstanding tho notorious Uoss Cox, who put Dlckcpon on the bench, was a groat boost for ex tending the recall to the Bench. SHALL THE DEMOCRATIC MARY BE ALDRICHIZED PRI' The work of democratic president will be no easy work. It will require strength of body, strength of mind and unflinching; moral purpose, Tho time require n stalwart, fenrlcss, progressiva leader. Congress will largely shape tho Issue and may develop the man, but whether he comes from tho senato or the bouse, or from a state position or from nrlvntc life be must measure up to tho requirements of th iv.imm and bo able to summon the progressive hosts to his banner. He must be posi tive and progressive if he is to wta the confidence of those who arc seek ing remedial legislation. If you believe the democratic party win the light to protect Its national to be true to Its namo 7011 may help convention from the invading forces ot those who would make the party the laughing stock of real democrats. Mr. Hryan will do his part In the effort to protect tho democratic party lrom "Aldrichlsm." On tho stump and through his pnper, The Commoner he will insist that the progress made by the party during the past 16 years shall not be thrown nway; that the special Interests shall iot control the convention; that Its platform shn.l be honest and unequivocal and Its cnndMatcb devoted to genuine demo cratic dr.etrlne. Mr llryan needs your help in this great light. It Is the people's fight to control their own government. Write us regarding the situation In your community and offer suggestions lor promoting the democratic cause Now subscribers to the Commoner this month will have their names enr subscription nt tered for n s the one year rate This you beyond the next presidential election and enables Mr. llryan to keep in touch with you and to have your cooperation U tills important struggle. If you arc not a subscriber to Tho Commoner, sed ?1,00 for n subscription and become Identified with the fight Mr. llrynn is making to prevent the "Aldrlchlza-lion- " of the democratic party. ADDRESS THE COMMONER, Lincoln, two-yea$1-'car-lietwo-yea- r 'lhc fight Is on! Shall the democratic national convention ot 1312 be controlled by an Aldrlch democracy on Ehall it represent real democratic sentiment? Although the democratic party has not controlled administrations in recent jears Its democratic platforms have given It a power possessed by no other party in history the power to compel opposing parties to recognize the righteousness of its plat forms. This advantage has been won by the party's persistent fight for the people during the past 16 years. Today the American people are look ing" to the democratic party as the leader in real reforms. Can the democratic party De trusted The democratic national convention for 1912 will provide the answer. The special Interests that have wrecked the republican party are seek ing to gain control of the democji-atlparty. If they find that tie progressive sentiment U too strohg to be entirely Ignored they will ttae someone who has been progressive enough to furnish them something to talk about but not progressive enougn to tight the interests. After a long fight the progresslvo policies which aroused the opposition of all the predatory interests in 1S!6 are becoming the accepted policies of the country, but the interests will ao their best to nominate a candidate who is not in sympathy with them and who tried to retard their progress. Neb. SO DO WE Hon. Hodman W. Keenoti, our efficient County Attorney, is out for the Democratic nomination for Itallroad Hod 1;, a fine fellow Commissioner. and we wish him success. Uarrods-bur- g Republican. JUNCTION CITY Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hiffe, of Hus lonville, we,re at the bedside, of Mrs, Mary Jenkins, who recently broke her right arm. on Saturday. Mrs. John W. Biiing la yislllng friends in Dcs Arc, Aik. Charles, son of Mr. I). V. Durham accidentally stuck one Kong of an lco pick into his right hand Wednesday, causing a painful wound. Miss Leila Dungan, of Science Hill, is a guest of her sister, Mrs. J. Walter Ualley. tuberculosis. She ! and has ill small children. Her husband passed over tho river ot death c.nc year ago. She haj tho sympathy of all who know her, Rev. J. A. (lodhey preached at the Friendship church Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Smith, or Woodstock, United her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Ilryant Drawn. Etliet Jllca nnd little daughter Little were guest of her slste, Ida Kvans. Mr. II. 1". Wilson and wlfo will this Thompson, nnd aunt, Susie l'lng nenr week mote Into one of the housen be Ucatu. Jim and Lena Noakes arc pleased longing to Mr. It. S. Martin. girl, Miss Hhoda I'itman, of I'arksvlllc, o,cr tho arrival of an took the train here 0110 day recently named Helen Uertrudc. Ksthcr nnd Carfleld Klder, of llee for Somerset, where sho will be a Lick, were rucsIh of Kthel Jlles guest of friends. Margaret Drown has been quite HI Misses Ilcssle Wright mid Lucy llnnkla were In Danvillo on Friday. I ut is better. Mrs. Ida Thompson has received 1 Miss Una Ovcrstrect, of l'nrksvllle, Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. It, Steele, line line of millinery. There Is n lino prospect for fruit Mrs. Alexander Trlbble, wife of the proprietor of the Trlbble House m here this senson. Kd Harness has moved In the house Ibis city, left for a stay of with U. S. Drown since Ills wife died. several days at Peyton's Well. Misses. Louise (Ireen, Zana Rogers, DEE LICK. Howard Ilreerlng and Clydo Shuttles A 1bbbbb(vV Thomas llurku and son nre moving bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbwV iff motored to Danville to hear Dr. Chas. their snw mill from llee Lick to Djer deliver his lecture. -a Mcsdames K. 11. Sweeney and F. (5 Negro t'reek. v art .c ro ". News reached hern of the death of !!ennls have returned from Loxlngton, where the two ilrst mentioned did Mrs. Kiniiia Combo at Cincinnati Sat -chopping nnd the Inst named attend- unlay. Decensed hai many relatlvos I JT In this community. Tho cause of hor ed the .Masonic conchoo. Messrs. Sweeney c Shelby whole death was not learned. Horn, to the wlfo or Hev. C. C. Met sale grocors, who nrc now celebrating xfT f their ntinlvert.nry, sa that their busi- cnir, n girl. Hev. John toiler sold his farm to ness lias shown ustcudy gain from Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. tho beginning nnd that tho total gain paries from the Dig Sandy for $1,1)80. MUlll Jolui Rogers fold Ills farm pnd sawhas been -' nnd 15 per cent. county man tor Misses Anr.tc Coslij, Bosble Durham mill to n ABOUT ITS THE YOUNG MEN WHO ARE 80 PARTICULAR and (icorgln Wolls took the places of ?2,650. Mr Clllls Colson, on Sunday last, STYLE. AND WE ArlE VERY PARTICULAR TO HAVE THE NEW the regular teachers In tho locnl grnd Hinging school at Liberty ed high school, during their nbsenco tinsd h A large crowd was present THINGS READY FOR YOU. SEE OU R MOHAIR SUITS AT $120 to MO,, church. In Lexington. Henry Hankla has had a colored and the singing was lino. Ho will BLUE SERGES $10 TO $24, TANS AND CREYS SILK LINED $25, $ another singing school at Uood mnu spreading whlto wash oor his place In this city. Henry bolletes Hope church next Sunday at one o'- AND $36. THIS IS HIGH CLASS MERCHANDISE. that a step in time tnea thirteen. clock I'. M. Mrs M. (!. Reynolds Is ory nick at Mrs. J. II. Hnyo and .laughters Miss this writing. I.ula .May and Miss Margarot, of Dill Taylor is woar:ug a grin this were guests nf Mrs. IU15V weok It's a girl at his home. sister, Mrs. J. H. nankin recently. JI tu Hroun supplies the people hero , with flsls every Knturqay. Messrs. New land of Stanford and Mlddleton, or Crab Orcoard. wore here FORBEARANCE. Saturday writing insurance ami. taking No one thing docs human life options on laud. kind consideramore need than a The little girl at Mr. Denny's lh tion of the faults of others. Every very sick. one sins; every one therefore needs Farmers are almost done planting forbearance. Our own imperfeccorn here. teach us to be merciful tions should There waa a IHSto class organ to others. Henry Ward Beecher. ized at the Ilethel church Sunday at Mines Loulie Ureen and Agnes (Ireen and Mcsdames William Troipcr W. A. Reynofdi and Ilcttle Hector have returned from a visit to Lexington. Mint Knthcrine Wells Is visiting Mrs Mailcy l.anram, In Ixmlsvllle. The tlrnmmar room of tho Uraded school hag received a certificate of honor lrom tho Children's Homo Society, of Louisville, for loving contributions. Mrs. Albert Llnncy, of Lexington Is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. A. J OAPEM .Baaaaam Un. Kllia, lllantoti Tcry low of a good woman 4 Jm icm 1 c: S P-w:&J j TaTtLam. JbKbbbTb.bbbbbbbbVI laT M &J..9'4 TZ---? ( j ft i m MvNt JM3y" 1 H. J. McRoberts. Stanford Kentucky. f Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When 1:30 I M. Mrs. Mary Farmer who lias been Our First Railroad Train. On 'Aug. 28. 1830. the first American bnilt railroad train made its Ini- with her uncle, W. M. Crider, for l'ulaskl county. tial journey. The train carried passenMrs. Mary Hroun sold to Lons gers in Its one little car and made a trip of fourteeu miles In one hour and Lumber Company 100 trees for J 100, W. & Taylor nold a cow for $37. fifteen minutes, to tbe utter astonishMorris Taylor says he will soon ment of tho "natives." who predicted all sorts of dire calamities from such complete the new Christian church speed madness. This was the begin- near here. ning of the IJaltlmore and Ohio W, T Taylor was In Stanford this the oldest American road. week on business. rail-roa- d, some time, has returned to Flat Lick, Camnitz, Pirates' Star Flinger u When In Good Condition Few Have Anything on the Pittsburg Nationals' Noted Slabbtst ir!" Instructions For Issuing Shipping and Trailing Certificatesln Kentucky that particular movement or shipment. Inspectors will cotily all shippers who purchase sheep In their county to this effect nnd nlso that they ahould only buy sheep from Docks which havo been inspected on tho farms wheie originating, and round treo lrom scabiei. After purchasing a "lot" of encrp and determining on a date tor shipment, tho shipper will make application to the inspector for a certificate; giving the number of head In the lot and stating rrom whom purchased. The Inspector will then rerer to his record (widen should ,be kept in a book containing all Inspections n.ade) and If all tho snipper's purchases are from flocks wnlch have been Inspected nnd found freo from scabies, a certltlcate win bo Issued, written i Ink or indelible pencil In the shipper's namo advertising tho entire lot, or two certificates It going under Tho shipper will turn this certificate two billings to different markets. over to the railroad company to beattached to tho way bill. This ccrtltl cate should be marked "for ratlroadshipment". If the shipper should apply for a certificate for sheep originating In flocks, which have not been inspected it will then bo necessary to inspect buch sheeD before Ivsuiug the certltlcate and ni the Uoard's regulations require Inspections to be mado before movement, all Inspections should be made on the farm, I possible to do so. Certificates covering sheep to be trailed, should be Issued In tbe same leneral manner as for railroad shipments, and Inspectors will demand that sheep being trailed into their counties be accompanied by 'a certificate. Such sheep if infected, should be returned to their former pasture If not dancorous to do so, or quarantined and proper action taken. If not infected they should be quarantined! uutll knowledge tie learned concerning their former premises. Doth ot these cUssea or certificate!, shall be Issued on the "Certificate of Inspection" bink or the Kentucky Uvo Stock Sanitary Board ard be stamped with the following: THE 8HEEP RESIGNATED IN THIS CERTI- SHALL FICATE IF MOVED INTERSTATE RUGULATIONS TO THE BE SUBJECT OF THE U. 3. BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUS TRY. All certificates shall be Issued In dupllcato, tho original to be given to tho shipper or trailer and the duplicate iorwarded to this ottlce. Certificates covering shipments or movements on sheep which bnvo keen previously inspected and reporteJ to this olfice, need not be again reported, uut'U that bo a first inspection of tho entire lot or portion of same, a -- ID report shall bo made out covering such animals as have not been previously reported. licusu return to this olllce alt certificate books which aro not stamped ns above required. .Very Respectfully, A. J. PAYNE, State Live Stock Inspector May 2nd, 1911 scribed u medicine for you to take, the next ImnorUnt strn is to Imvf ili.it nreserintlon nlaced In the tinmlinf i thnrnuphlv reliable nnd competent nhnrmirlil in It will be rnmnounded exactly OS .llrrrtp,!. We have trained an enviable reputation belnp verr careful and tialnstaklnc in fnr nlu-.iour compounding and feel that, In all justice to your nu.-rood health, vnu should brine vour next prescrip tion here. Here, too, you will find n complete and display of toilet articles, rubber Roods, sonps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For Interior decorating we carry and recommend ALABASTINt, the beautiful wall coaling, lau aud see samples of tints and ask us about it. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. vour nhvslclan has ore .! Stanford, Kentucky WBRmR JfiJEa-ao- l Each movement of Sheep fmui a county, or railroad shipment, must be accompanied by a "certlflcato of Inspection", made out erpeclally for FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. 1 1 fbjimm BHV SURPLUS $25,000; jtlaHssiP Open an Account With us TO-DA- Y. iMfff'f B A ler and will get out and push the work forward. This a great, chance to become an influential leader, to holp your fellow A leading Fraternal Insuranco Jinu and make a good Income for your desires n reliable white man to self at tho same time'. take charge ot Its work in this county Tills society pays forfeits for to introduce tho order, solicit mom- accident and death. Tho lodbcrs, collect monthly dues, organize ges havo grand rltuuliatlc work, strict, IoUrcs, appoint and manage aub-n?- ly new and In every ents and so on. No protlous experlcnco is needed, as Wo will teach you how to operate. Nu other order liko It was over This Is a splendid opportunity for a atarted. Over 03,000 memberships algood man, with liberal pay and chanco ready issued and growing very fast., of promotion. Wrlto Immediately for further par- Uovote sparo time at start, with vlculiirs, glviiiK full lii'oruxttiim ot vourselt In letter. Address in conn-- J whole time later on. I'OMMAKDKU KI?llll'!Mtt Well known man wanted, strictly CJhNfclltAU 110X COV1NU-- ' bouest, good ability, one who Is a bust fON, KY. Or-re- d sick-Hesr. County Organizer and Manager Wanted t .!!. AH-l'l- f t iii. JLjO&gJMBH y -- -- 5.? jcwwr jsr. c a x i-- . 1r)" rfritfj-f- " I' I'Uf'l" 'I"" '" aiiiiiilimii InaitMit- -i li WHAT PERSONAL and SOCIAL J, t). Wearrn went up to I.lrlngMoa on Insurance business Friday. Mltle Hester Ilelle Anderson Is vr ry .Mr. J , Derthnm, of the West Knd paid tho I, J., a'plras.int rait last cek Attorney V. 8. Iiurch was in lotii-lllSaturday tnkltiR depositions. John A. HlRglns, or Richmond, was here Hnnday with his brother, V. II IIIrrIiis and family Mrs. Kllxa lllnln has been ipnte ill Before taking Lydia HPinkliatn's lor several days at her apartments at tho CoIIprc. Vegetable Compound. Comity Attorney Hodman Kecnoit Xntlck, Mans. "I cannot express or Mercer, spent Hundn with friends what I wont tliroiiKlidiirlni? tlia rhangn nnil relatives here. or lllo iwrnro I tried Mrs Silo Ycngiy hrs returned lrom l.ytlla K. PlnklmnVa Yotrntnlile Com n plensant ltdt to Mrs. V. It. Idee nt I WENT THROUGH Possessing the style, Comfort, and Wearing qualities of a much higher priced shoe. All Leather HER MAJESTY SHOES nnd oxfords Mail Order Customers, are rrado of splendid leathers In n Uirietv of styles nnd shapes, sutisty-Into all. over lasts that give them Rrace graceful and cimfortibIo curves, nnd makes thoni most deslrnblo Mioos fop both those seeking case and comfoit and thoso who bold style up- When you are ready tor iiermost. your next pair of shoes wo would urge yo-- i to try "HER MAJESTY.'' g Women's Shoe Special For Our OF TOWM MAJESTY" models m black Suede, CU8TOMERS RAILROAD FARES REBATED AT OUR TRANSFER dull calf, patent calf, nnd White Sen DESK UNTIL JULY 1ST. BY ENIsland Duck. TIRELY NEW LAN. RIBBON TIES FOR THOSE NOT PUMPS. MAIL lar and correct form l foot dress conservative shapes. Pumps nro being shown In "HER ATTENTION OUT a nervous condition I could not keep imuud. I was In such ror Iclans tliat I also 'Iintl n tumor. I read nnn day of the wonderful cures m.ido liy I.)dlu K. I'liiKlinin'M Vegetal)!)! CnmiHtuud and decided to try it, nnil It has made inn a well woman. My neighbors and friend declare. It liatl worked a miracle for me. I.ydla, 1 I'inkfoain'ft Vegetable CotniMmnd l.i country worth Its weight In gold for women Mr (I. II. Floyd a pnpulnr West during this of life. If it will Kmler, brought a party or leather-- , help others you may publish my oxntninatlon Friday wmm mi creepy sensations, anil I could nut slcrn nk'lits I was dually tttltl for tWO IlllTH- still. cold, worn Jlv limits I liatl - ' Louisville. J. T Kiuliry has returned trom a week at tho lmlsvllle races. He U Fullering HCerely from a boll on Ids face. Misses AIIId Ynntls nnd Kathleen Walker, of Uinraster, were here for the recital Inst Friday. Attorney llenry .Inckson, or Danville was hero on business a short time last week. Misses l.urlnda and Hllznhcth l.uter are visiting Mips Ijiura Carter In Hi" ORDERS PROMPTLY CAREFULY FILLED. AND All Styles $3.00. One Price. For general service nnd utility wear are featured blticher oxronls In cnir attractive modlls in pumps. patent and suede leathers, mere being I'uti ps for spring and summer nre the new smart high toe nn dheel lasts Eiurelly accepted ng Jho most popu o select rrom along with the most ON ALL PURCHASES TO THE AMOUNT OF FIVE DOLLARS OR MORE FORARDNG CHARGES WILL BE PREPAID WITHIN 200 MILES OF LOUISVILLE. STEWART DRY GOODS CO., BHailBHIBHHIISllS S Albert Lcmiliiii incorporated. ' '1 Louisville, Kentucky. HBMIIK 2 E!H5K!KXHMKl!im:BII nt X. Main Street, Natlck, Mnw. Mln Ruth Kmine, or Junction nty. spnt trfi- - Kist wittk hot- with frleniln ('foaiiRt) of Llfolsthoinostcrlll. Tlu llnrrodiburg Itepuhli-coal imtIimI of a woman's existence. riul rolatluw Women eu'ryw hero should nuiiemfour that tlient Is no other remedy known Mr. slid Mrs. John .S. Wells hno to niediciut) that will so successfully et'ii spending the vi'k In I.oxIiir carry women through this trying jHTlod as l.ydla K. I'lnkham's VVko-tahl- u ti'ii, Inking In the K. T. Conclave. ('oinpoutid. Athocale. If you tvnulil lllt mtcelul ikIvIco Mr llulwrt Oti'itfiitur, nt Stu-li.nl- , about j our .is( rltiMi rniillileii-- t the w tlwiiHl Hro with I letter tit "Mrs. I'iiihliuin, at siut In l.jnn, Iuhh. Her tiiltlco Is free, Iiim sister, Mm. Homer Curpentor. helpful. Slielbyvllle Nuns. ami 1 -- letter." Mrs. Nathan R. Ciikatun. hero to tnkn Phillips vlslt:d relatives Sunday a loe Mack New land Is In Danville on a prospecting trip. Mrs. J. J. Itlckey lilt Monday to attend the annual meeting or MIMnnnry Sftclotleu ot the Kentucky conference which iononen Kind to -- titli. .Mlsifi Woodlo and Josephine HiK kins, or I'rotitouburfl are ruomIh at tho home or Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. N. Mune-teo- . Sauflwy arrived from Frankfort Saturday nlnh, and Is the guest or Mrs. .M. C. Saufley anil family Huns. Fontaine Fox ltobbltt nnil W. H. Hansford, tho legnl IRliln ot the ( rati Orchard bar, were bore ftr the opening or court. Judge Lewis L. Walker Rot In enrly for the opening of the court, looking In tine retUe. Rev. A. A. lllggliiH came up rrom week to preach the sermon to the High School craduaies Sunday. I'rot. (5. C Kverett or tlie Crab Orch ard graded school, loft last week tor a visit to his homo at (ilnsgow. Hon. F. L Thompson or Mt. Vernon was here last week tur a. short visit to his daughter Mrs. I.. It. Hughes. Walter Curtis, of Nnshvldo camo up Wednesday to attend l:c bedside of his fnther, Win, Curtis, who passed Mrs. Caswell iiliis 1 'pfeKfcfh CfcWrA i r. 4 V sermon to tho xrndtmttts or the sisnlonl IIIrIi .ScIiimI. .Mr. Ueorgo 1. Itrlslit has relumed I mm tho Coufiiilurntt) itcuiiloii at Little Rock. Ho had a splendid time wlllu his comrade, wl-louRht under the Main and bars. rjETSY'S POINTERS: MIsa Alice ItauMu who hah been "What Iiob becomo of tho old fash- n.akliM an extended lstt to rehUes ioned cook who had something on tho In Wayno count) nnd other place slovo that would not bo tlono until incc her parents, left for Oklnliom.i day after tomorrow T Hut prompt- a few months apo, Is Uere for the comness governs tho day. It you want up mencement. N. W Fowle wife and daiiRhters to date groceries you Immediately had a delightful visit to his iliuiRhteih think of Coffey &. Coleman." SatTry a "never fail" Kerosene can for Mrs. It. S. Ilendren, of Richmond They were accomurday and Sunday JU days. If not tho best you ever saw cr used, forlnR it hack and get your panied by Col. S. J. Hell who drove them iner In his ear. iconey. ,Ttmt' tho way wo ell It. Squire nnd Mrs. Jameg McKcchnlo COPFEY & COLEMAN, lell Saturday lor their several months' Prompt Delivery. Phone 196. trip to Scotland. They will make their hcadiiuartcrs in Kdlnburgh nt! FOR SALE PRIVATELY! I'J Comlston Drive, enro I). N. Wylie,1 it any of their f fiends wish to write On account or an excess or business them. Snflre McKechnle has not been I desire to sell my mill at McKJnnoy, I ack to old country since lio left there Ky. It has a capacity or 75 barrels of as a lad rorty ytsirs dro. ( flour per day; machinery In Rood conClarenco U. Tato drove Rev 1). M dition. Bltuntcd on tho Q. Ac C road nnd nlker. Prof. J. ". huind and lilcki draws patronaR, from Casey and otlt. Hamilton over to Danville to see the cr countlct, good turnpikes lead to it Centrnl Wosleynn game, niter the conn nnd is in tbo heart of a lino wheat ty meeting Saturday. belL For further panrlcularB write Mack Law son, Louis ( lll and County or eo J. 8. Murphy, McKlnnoy, Ky. K. Robinson, ot o I ST Mr. and Mm. J T. (lood, of Indlsn- npiills, are tin Kitiffct irf his sinter, Mrs. II. I) Cirtr. Mrs, SsIIIh C.oiHle. ot lW)le. Uwlr mother, is slut here with the family. Mr and .Mrs. John S. WVIIs, o( Dan-Ill- e dnne) over Sunday to hisir Hev. Ml nil A. J IIIrrIiis preacli the hst'cA'au-nxit- lat ho appointment m i liomas D. New SHORT LOCAL NEWS DR. T. W. PENNINGTON lnnd, Jr., as Deputy Circuit Clerk will not mean that he it. ;o retire frcm Dentist Hours S.3P-1Hats cleaned and rcblocked nt Cum' his father's large ana prosperous gro-- olllco Myers A.M. nnd 1 to 4:30 P..M House flats Stanford ;y eery storo on Main street. He will n.lns and Wenren's. WILL ADAMS continue to deote all or his time to Livery; all preneli at May It, but Is simply empowered bv the niture packing. kinds cf hauling, FurRev. J. J. Dickey will appointment to sign pnpors and at- Snford, Ky. wood next Friday night, nnd at Phone 173. next Sunday SSth at 3::iu tend to other necessary details whlcn Crek may arise at any time when Col. MACCABEES M Ewupc is out or tho city. A. C. Sine, Deputy State Commander Ml o nn stomach tablets wih put and Stanofrd, Ky., Ivory Intl) ot the Stanlord Chriskep your stomnch in tine phape. STANFORD TENT NO. 7. tian church is urgently requested to 1 ftey Rtop stomach dUtroas, soumese, Meets : 4lh : Alonday : Night belching and henrtbtiru in rive mlnutes be present at a call meeting Saturday altcrnoon Msy i'7th at '1 ii). Uont They banish indigestion. At Penny's frlTit and sha ST Drug Store. He gunrnntecg thum. 00 lall to gie tins your carefiil attention Everything for Orchard Lawn Interest of vital in portance to be setcents. and Garden. tled nt this mectitic, Write for Free Catalogue. No. Agents The Stanrord Rail Team leR early H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS. Monday morning for St. Mnry's ColLexington, Kentucky. PROFESSIONAL AND lege to play a return tfjme witht the BUSINESS CARDS g fast aggregation of ball tossers there. MASONS' MEETING. Lincoln I.odat No. 60. K.A A. M. nil meet In fctnlKl oininiiiiili'ntloDoneiiuk nrt nml Red harrow shoat at my place, own- Henry ttilnl Momliiy 7:xu Casey, D. V. S. o'clock In tlielrnlgbta rfmch montli.ut Man-forIjnllon innln street t. er can get him bv paying for this noKy. MeinUrsof lUtcr lodiresnre keep." W. C. Shanks, Stan InvlHil to t prerout. T. W. Pentice and his nington Ve 's 1 dVtrFe II1J3EIIIII11IIUII1 HNIIHaHHB L. tor in or inn. r- loTd. to-::. Agent American Hog Cholera Scrum George P. llrlght makes n salve DANVILLE. KY. away. that will cure whlto swelling carbunI. N Scudder, or Richmond, spent cles, bolls, bone felons, cuts, corns, No. Jl, Month. IliMr. it. sex oral days last week with his son, also wire cuts, harness sores and No. a. South. 10:fi a M. It S. Scudder and wtre nt .McKlnney. No. 24, .Vorth, 4:40 a. m. on ylur horses. Uuarantted scratches neN.Vl.North.6:o r, K He was accompanied by his little N.r,10:A.al. to cure. 25 and 60c a box. No.,l:top. m. phew, Ira Urook Scuddef. 'Phone 26 P. O. Box IS!. JQ8. 8. RICE, Aetent. I'rof. J. N. Wigglnton, who has been Principal or the high school ror the PRESSED STANDING SEAM GALpast two years, left last week, tor his Deafness Cannot Be Cured VANIZED ROOFING. will tr lwl .ppMcMlons. u ttipy rannot reach the He home In Stamping Cvround. porttoo ol th. r&r. Tbfre I. only one ay to Large Quantities carried In Stock 1. not bo here next year, having accepted rurf dfafOfM. ami thmt an br ronsututtonml rrmfdlM. EADS' TIN SHOP, Stanford. Inflamed condition ot tb la rauafd bjr Phone 114. Wbrn the the position as Principal or the Crad-e- Iahma Unlnc ot you Kuitachlan Tube. found or this mucoui have a rumbling Inflamed School at Sharpsburg. Uoth ProL tube la hrarlnc. and hen It la entlrelr ckwd. the mult, nnd Mrs. WlRginton inaco iuany warm taken la out and tht.and unleM the mflammatlon ran be tube restored to Ita normal condition, hearing will be dittrojrd lurever; nine raeea Irlends while In Stanrord. ot ten are cauard br Catarrh, which la nothing out Chajles mucous atirfarea. JOHN COOK Tho Ladles' Missionary Society of Former Director Animal Industry Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. Philippine Islands. the Ilaptlst church w:il meet Friday Specialist on ail horse and animal inarian United Stutes Army afternoon nt ".30 o'clock with Mrs disease. Stanford, Ky. Phone 194 K. J. Drown. OHice LOGAN'S STABLE, Phone 432, W. W. DURGI. L&N. TI7ifTETHBLE DENTIST. at Residence. CRAB ORCHARD. K Office &. O. 30-2- 4 Depot Street. Phone 96. 8TANFOBP. KENTUCKY. DR. W. N. CRAIG, OfTlce New Llvsrv. CARTER. d over H. J. McKoberts' atnnioro, ny. Star, Dear-ne- Junction City Commencement PROGRAMS ARRANGED BY PROF BREEDING FOR CLOSE OF SCHOOL THIS WEEK. Fresh Oysters SERVED IN ANY Attorney J. Carrard. cniiii! oxer to hear Olllo James speai Saturday. W T. .Mullliib nnd J. T. Mills, of lilRhlanil, were among thone who took the teachers' examination here Cominonwealtirs Attorney A. Hardin, declared the democrntl-nomlnfor Circuit Juoro since last he held court, got in early for the May term of courL He wtts consratulated on nil sides upon the honor which awaits lilm. His elevation to the bench will bo a bourco ot great pleasure to his host or Lincoln county friends. ee but an Inflamed condition of the We will mre One Hundred Dollara tor any eaae ot Dcarne. Irauaed by caUrrb) that rannot be cured tree. br ltall't Catarrh cure. Send lor circular., Toleda. O. F. 1. ClIt.SEV ii CO.. Bold by Drurf tat. x--. Tale Uail'a lamuy RUa tor constipation. TWO DELIGHTFUL l.it-t- ' A Rplendld program has betn nrranged by Prof. Ureeding for tho Attorneys C. C. Uagby C. R McDowof the Junction City High and Graded School this week. Oft ell, Robert Harding, Henry Jackson, " and Judge George Stone rye hero Thursday evening at eight o'clock tho play "Tho Kingdom or Heart's will be gien, and on Friday evening tho regular Commencement from Danville, attending the opening will bo held. The cast or characters for the play and the program of court. for the formal Commencement exercises are as follows: Con-tent- STYLE. TfJG BG$T mGAL$ - in STAMFORD Carson's - Restaurant t i Dr nnd .Mrs. II. Ramsey, or Chatta have been tho guests of their' daughter. Mis. llrlght, for a short! They went on to Unncnstorl isit. j Monday to visit other relatives. Ldltor W V. Richardson ,or tie Danville Advocate nnd County Clerk John II. Nichols, or Hoyio were driven over In an automobile by Kd Nelson Saturday to tako Olllo James to Danville wheio ho spoko to a large crowd wils THE KINGDOM OF HEARTS CONTENT" CHARACTERS: Tom lansiug A Senior In l.tw Frank Powell Allies Alden A Boston law Student Claude West Sidney Hilton A Student Card Sharp jvan Mooro Uilllo Merrill Little Freshman j0bn .MctJraw Ralph lawrenco A Foot Rail Coach Lewla Alstotl The llurglar A Knigat of tho .limmy John Ilurkii Mtllcent .Merrill In Search ot Her Prince Lucy Jlnnkla Shirley Hathinvay Vho Thinks tho World of Ralph Ruth Ungln Pixie Davis A Superstitious Southern Olrl Laura Kelly jMadgo Lansing HosUsa at Sing Sing Cottage Virginia Necdbaru Devotee of Art and Adjectives Eloiso Klmcr--Uertrude Itlchardton , Frances Palmer Witn Literary Asplratlona ..Anah Prewitt Up .Mary Steele Uretrhcn Lansing Who Wants to Urt Paulino Thayer, Judith Uray Known as Punch and Judy Marguerite Kcano and Maggie Ciarkson. Mrs. Wllberton Aunt to Madge, Gretchen nnd Tom Mamlo Jones Tilly A Maid Who "Lofes do Putcher Hoy" oara HichanlEon SCENES: ACT I Exterior of Lansing Summer Cottage (Summer) ACT II Room In the Lansing Town House (Four Months Later)' ' ACT III Same as Act II (Next Day) x ni;a, jr, Saturday night. .Mr. 4 W.A. CARSON, PROP. FLY and Mrs. W. A. Reynolds, Mr. NLTS SUfJ 5HDt3 ', and Mrs, W. M. Troapcr, .Mr. nnd Mrs, .Misses Ixiulse nnd Agues J. Creen. W. C. Surber, v'ol, Alex Tribblo and Richard II. Wesj we.ro among those from Junction City who attend ed tho KulRht Templar Conclave nt Lexington last week. Misses Mnry and Hernlce Arnold A Welcome Change Smoke curling up fromthe farmhouse chimney as the men are coming in from the fields, gives a pretty suggestion of a good supper and a comfortable home. But it also means a hot, tired woman, working hard over a blazing lire. Your wife can escape this with a New Perfection Oil Cook-stove. left yesterday afternoon for n weekB visit to relatives In Louisville. TheV were accompanied by their grandfather, Mr. W. S. Wighnm, of More-land. ' harness prices. FOR SUMMER DRIVING tho comfort of both horses and drivers should bo specially considered by seeming u proper outfit of lap robes, blankets, fly nets and other neccbtarl-e- s from our complete nssortment of horso goods, floro tiro Utrjit, but ttrong and durable, single nnd double harness, admirably suited to road along with a lull lino of work pur-lise- or tho best quality ut flat Danville Advocate. Col. It. M. Jackson, owner of the Jackson Ilulldlng and tino o( our most prominent business men, biilfered it severe attack ot acute Indigestion Tuesday morning, to which It was thought for a tlmo he would succumb. Ho was standing In tho hallway of his building when seized :tn tho attack He wits carried to tho offices of Attorney Joo Walton Craft nnd medical Ho aid was hastily sumnumed. ed in a short tlmo and was removed to his homo. Mr, Jackson is subject to ilieso attacks, hnving suffered aov oral horclororc Loudon Kcho. re-v- COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM. March. Essnj Invocation Tho Herltago ; of A New Perfection keeps a kitchen many degree cooler than any other range, yet it does all a coal or wood range can do. It saves time, labor and fuel. No wood to cut ; no coal to carry ; no ashes ; no tooL With the New Perfection oven it is the best cooking device you can find anywhere. Mai wih I. 2. 3 bar mu, with lou. turquou ! 3- try fcBMtktU Uvoufnow, The 2. with of without a, burner Uvm ca b wtth drop ihchc, cbial lop, which i Wu Tomorrow Music. Music. Hev, J. P. Strothcr Laura, Kelly Address 1r0' Henry or. Music. , A. Scorap Address Presentation of Diplomas Cecil V. Cook fumcled UUmMjrt. rUnd towclracu,ctc Dctrfi"cttrrwbcrt i or writ for deacrip lit ufcuUr to th Mft( gocy el th hJ tuJ Standard Oil Company (locorporatad) Hen, J. W. Rawlingj IlcndlctIou, Class Colors llluo and Cold. ' Fons vita Baplentlao Motto: '' Hed Carnation kk Class Flower f ' ' '' Hall. i po Presents Received at tho , a: tm. mi J. C. McCLARY, Stanford. JCArfca- - .- - Hanna's Green SeaP "The Made -to- Don Yarrick This magnificently bred younjr stallion will mako tho season of j m my stnblo near Slnnford, Ky, n tho Shelby City plko nt SIR to Innur,, a Ihmr coll. Don Vnrrlck In li lumdn a beRiitifr.l chestnut, short buck licny toilo in fnct the lilpltoit tpP (r t,0 toller nnd porffct rilipltiuii Ifo Is ly thi great Onward Hlher : n:. M, flint Tnn the s.ooo Trnnnrlvniila In a htat race In lflo? and )i ir von tho I0.(W0 IhHitiw Alemorlnl rnl ti(. M. and .M. nil In iKtiken hent nnd s Id for JJI.OOP nnd Inter for SJli,-("Don Vnrrlck U bred netly ko taiiiFh Qupn tlmt wwi tho $r.,00o 'li.iits)UiinlM In mnklnR n re (trd of 2 07 nnd wan n one ol the four, UelliK oil irf th termini ninney wltints on the firnnd circuit li,e.-ni)i0 -Wear Paint" FORMULA ON TCVKRY PACKAGE) Does This Mean Anything to You ? It expresses the maker's faith in the product. Labor is the principle cost in painting. The material should be the best. im YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. rOR SALE L. L. DV thus! in I Onward SANDERS B. PRUITT- CRAB ORCHARD MORELAND KY KY tli GEORGE FOR PUDLIC SERVICL SEASON OF 1911. Ura HBltered Saddle Stallion Tho Sensational Performer nnd Splcndlci'' tg K I I vn VHVwvVVlVVVVVtw ALLEY GREGOR RCCOrd, CARROLL Hay PRESTON-43S(A. s. n. K.) 1-- 3 4 L3 43401. Reih R19. by leon: ?J.,'n,n nV,v " l" ,11 "d half Mler to Md..lcti n the dam of Itiililicr in. wind.. -r 2 in 1 1, mil,-- win,,,, ro, nnd 2t- Vr """it, ,r"i''' MI Hlr I by Onwanl. on of erfntpni nnd Ihx mm .. tlkrs Onwnrd'K ilnm wm tm. ,hmi of ui" siro or iimt grout fanily Jus. '.. 'd Jmrers. !. Don Vnrr1cks iti.. Dr. 2:19 3'4. .Hrev L'aslc the dnm of The War nnd ..lAillrnc PnlO'en. J-.- It. 2 SO 2nd dam Mnrv l.v llogic'it foaled 190(5. nnd hind niilcles while, 13.3 Sire, Preston 922 by Washington 31 by Cromwell "3 by Washington Den mark C4 Preston's dam was Dol'o by Roderick 104 by Mtimbritio LoGrnnd 09 by Highland Chief and tho flam of Roderick was by a eon or Peters' Unicorn S241. By Enoch Ard'n 1st Dam Baby Pence 7M9 By Almont Forest 2863. 2nd Dam Lady Pence Bv Garrard Chief. 3rd Dam . CARROLL PRESTON is the finest Indlvldunl and host performer in Central Kentucky nnd proved himself one of the most formidable ring horses out Inst season. He Is one of tho greatest racking horses seen In His colts years nnd has a splenld trot with a world or speed nnd action. are proving him a. coming siro and arc the kind that will sell high. Will stand at the low fee of $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT at A. T. Stock Yards In Stanford. Good pasture nnd care at prevail lng rates. Lien retained on colt until service Is paid. Best of care, but not responsible for accidents. Address, home star Trotter Chestnut Stallion About 16 lands, S Years Old. istercd, Volume 17. Uwn;o Wllkofl ' ,? ,L 'n v?rr.,,k,'8 ,.t,'".t "Incpl1 CM Jo o Li Allerton 512S Record 2:0'J IM. Slro or Sdl; dams of 3C, Including Nancy Royco 2:110 Laeonda (P) 2:02, Uen. Forrest 2:gs, etc. Jv Hint 50CO Sire ol 131; .. dams or 'i. .Sire of 83; dnms of 201. Lady lYnnk Hy Mntulitlno Hlnr 5S, Gmat brood maro, Matnbrlno tloy SH. IK; dams ol 13. Norn WIILos. lly Goorgo Wilkes 619. !:22 Ousfl0 WllkM Dtira of 2. RoDcrt McGregor C17 Record 2:17 Sire of 111, dams of 1SS .Maud D Slro of a. IU1 a Pearl McGregor Record 2,-'- Uregor 2:1'J and granO duin of Trocar 2:17 3-1-- K 3-- nnd Alley Major KriMill 21C. Slro of 1; dam of I. N'aucy Whitman untnicod -t (Carroll Preston is nominated In Tho Saddle Horso Futurity Stnke W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Ky. ) Dam or .May Iltrd 2:21 Pearl McGregor 2:23 Seneca Chief 378. biro of t; dam of Jennv. 11 15. Champion (Jrlnnols. Dam of Jerleho 230. (imiulam of 4. ps , an, N u. Hb(u. or New Haven for POO she nlso ! prod-iceMaggie so. that trotted H .ntle en the amo tract at li! montlm old In II and Mid for J100. Don nrrlck Is fait game and always ivi TaTt,'y PVor ,rrf .vprv fwt In 6 weeks haiidllng last fall bin ho muled a enmrter on half mile track In Sec Imlf in 10 tho '?eCv,n,.?7 ,2 on ,", notH the rich )f p,.C( on hntr sides, not fa miffing Jink for generations. Ilreed In this fellow nnd you can't mlm tho four things mcrv breeder look or kIio, ilppiiltloii, speed nnd looka Jce him hefore bookltiK your uinrfi money due when inure ! wit or l,red to nnolh"r hnrs.. Mar kept at 10 cnta day and all iar taken, will not reapnnsllitc for accidents or Don Varririr eaDe h '"", "'" ,,roM,r handfln" ,ro"Cr .n 1 8r ji 1 ,(, prfHluc.nl ''' ',Hbllc i" a '" 1 've 1 ""'' Inherl-lUiiiP- o HFn nre-part's- i: I, pr " Uav stallion 15-- 3 hands, foaled summer 1C02, said by good Judges to be one of tho finest stallions living. He is a perfect image of his great slro Chester Dare 10. Mr. J. C. Graves who raised nnd showed Chester Daro 10 saj s it is almost iniposolblo for two horses to be more aliko than Garrard Chief 1SJ3 and Chester Dro 10. Col. W. A. Darrlgor of Shelbyvllle, Ky says h0 is as has Judged this horse at the Texas Stato Kair several times championship of fine a horso as ho ever saw. Garrard Chief won tho tho South West at Dallas In 190S, 1309, 1910 and during that time his colts 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 age over 15 good ones, he also won at same saddle stallion mare or gelding. He will make the Dljice first for 1911 four miles from Stanford on Hustonvillo pike at 23 to Insure season of living colt. Mares grazed 2.50 per month. Care taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occur. flve-gaite- d Garrard Chief. 1 835 GREGOR in ono of the rM troitlnt; Stallions In Kentucky Ho hRs a lot of stylo nnd finish and It Is a j,ret nctlnp how. IX)n't any lKot, just l ounce shoes. Ho our.ht to nmHe n grwit siro His oldest cotg sue coming two's and show great speed and action. Any ono winding to gee ono of them can do so on the Lexington track where thoy are now In tnunlne. This is a kooI chance for the people of Lincoln County to breed Into tho best families of tho trotting blood. I,ook this horse's breed lng oor nnd se0 how many thoy have In tho lit-- both sire nnd dam. TbU great trotting Stallion will make the season of mil at my stablo In Uin- ALLEY t wir I Hon Is n black Jack with ? caster Kentucky, $15 to Insure Living Colt, Sound And 1 AH Right. day am prepared to tak0 care of mares on grass at 10 cents Lien retained on colts for servlco fee Money due when maro Im traded or parted with caro taken to provcut accident but not renponidble should any pr "8'" '""nt". ol, lavJ"fk Aiigimt. full .r nigh with much f,nih nnd AM a here nr a hrerd. r be jbckh will serv,. mare at Wl"1 l.'n.J lV " h'"h ,.W,lh " 'alchl. r. et on a rniiRy nek has plenty Ikhip and sulmtanrn and as a hreeder ho Is not aurpatvd. RUSSELL. , n ear . aXn "Z otcur. t s Kflt lu lorlfits the Insurance Car., taker, o prevent erlden. at Tn'un $0 b '"" "w 'i1 T. 15. Phone. 95 kvm.,wL'-,m-KJfc,--'-, HUUTON, Lancaster, ,'r,"n rAu.n.ll.l.. .. c"rpl . ?"to K Insuro a IMnic r.lt K P WOODS. J H WOODS ' after JM; J. H. MURPHY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. All Peavine, 4092, 21-21 John 1. Beau Nabolh 45006 Py NADOTH 10116, BHRaiGBHHfiUBS PURE BRED POULTRY. HIIIIRlIIIEIillt Barred Plj mouth Rock eggs, 50c for 15. Robert II. Carter, Stanford. E . jg Ky., it. F. D. No. 2 Those Fighting Game Chickens. THE GPY GRISTS. Tho Prettiest Fowls In the World Kegs for ?3.00 S. J. EMBRY, JR. li mmm wSLwii '& sr && S. C. Indian Runner Duck Eggs. for setting of 12. THE Indian Runner Is known as the Leghorn of the duck family, for eggs Mrs. D. E. Proctor, Phone 193. For Sale $1 Uarred Plymouth eggs for sale, ?1 for 15. Also Indian Kunner duck eggs Jl lor 13. Mrs. Anderson Nunuelley, McCluo Route, Moreland, Ky. BUFF ORPINGTON Eggs For Sale 15 for $1 C. WITHERS, R. F. D. No. 2. 'Phone 1431 White Leghorns diamond Stanford, Ky year 'round layers of large, itraln white egg $1 per setting. Pure Crescent S. C. White Leghorns. A. C. Alford Stanford, Ky Eggs for setting. Miss Lizzie Davison, Phone 15. Choice White Wyandotte cockerels. Pure bred Black Minorca Eggs $1.50 for 15. Mrs. J. N. Cash. Eggs $1 per settlng Stanford. Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford. THOROUGHBRED S. C, R. I., REDS EGGS ROR HATCHING. Eggs for sale $1 for 15 Huff Orpingtons.. Jl and ?2 per 15 Imoorted Cock at Head of Yard. $1 for 15 D. M. WALKER, Stanford. 'Phono ,130 Ulack Minorca Farm Range Silver Laced Wyandottos If jou want hens that lay in winter, SO cents for 15. Satisfactory hatch when eggs are nign. uei me h. . guaranteed. Uult 'Orpingtons. Eggs Jl for 15. W. 2t Miss Anne H. Tribble,. Danvlllo, Ky. P. Ktncald, Phone 199, Stanford. PURE BRED POULTRY Indian Runner duck eggs for sole, ll.no for 13 eay at 5 months old. Indian Runner Duck eggs $1 for 12 fluff Orpington eggs SI 15 Cook's famous perpetual layers. Mrs. It. M. Tate, It. D. No. 1 Huatonville. Kngllsh Salmon Faveralls 5 for 15 MRS. S. J. EMBRY, JR. S. C. Brown Leghorn eggs, 60 cent per setting. Mrs. J. M. Cres, R. F. D. S. C. Crescent strain whlto LegNo. 4, Stanford. 'Phone 380 G. Lan- horn cggH 75 cents a setting during April Usual prlco $1.60. AIbo for salo caster, Ky. a pen of Diamond strain Whlto Leghorns, headed by Imported cork. Mr Phono 15 Stanford, Imported stock Buff Orpington eggs Llzzlo Davison. Ky. 75 cents for 15. Baby chicks $2 per Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stan, dozen. Indian Runner Duck eggs from a foro, Ky., Route No. 1 'Phone 533 groat laying strain SI er setting of 12 S3 for 45. All orders receive prompt S. A. HILL attention. Wolford Lovoll. R. F. D. rir coder of finest strain No. 1 Stanford. Single Comb Rhode Island Reds eggs for slo In season. H. Stock and Uarred Plymouth Rock eggs. For K. D. No. 3 Lancaster Ky. hatching of the finest breeding. Our Fine strain 8, C, White Leghorns chickens aro large, big boned, nnd Heavy luylng strain. Eggs It tor 15 well barred. Kggs 15 for 11, 100 for Mrs. J. I). McKeo, King's Mountain, S5. Mm. S. K. Duddorar. R. R. No. 2 Ky Lancaster Ky. 2 SSIwfthfelS'hSSr The well known Slltr AmJerwin Jack by Vlngham bv Ger0e Wllket POWHATAN. will make th wa.ou oi 1911 st tho wii Xaboth's daw, farm of O. M. Amleron on the Preach by NWVa, r3r bj. I!lM.tlo"r tsnIIIw and Stanford pike one mile i dam I J by MotrojirtltaM from hy Hatnlltonlaii In- - .i .i. and 0 from Stan... .m' Description nnd Breeding. Six yours ford at SS.OO to " i... .uwlirl,M, Insure a colt until iphlpe starllBht by l..irlt.ay 441; lh ,lnm old; 15 hands; u rich colored Imy wonnln tlinw. Wl'J r Oliver (thorHiShbrM); 5th dam with ay much style and action as nn SILVER KING. Also at Mtiiio p!art. and at Mine b Wainer; 0th dam by Imp bod)s horse. Sired by Dignity Dare; Tranby term will stand the Midlist dam Minnie b Ilfcnzl; this Is tba dle horse Silver KIiik Host or onro "Ui dnm by Thornton' i:ninrr sauie WttLMB Jliuiu luai una piuuiavu takon to preont accident but not Handing if,-- . I 1.2 Tl ... '". as many good colts as nny maro In tespniiHlble should any occur. John and action and perfect illspit0. jr" lllgshy. II. K I). No 4, or Lincoln county. This horso In no ex " ". "rcf,"'r- "d Iiik D. M. ANDERSON Stanford. 27-breedlnj;. t(, KIeiimio..r-i-iii.- " lerlment. I purchased him from L. 11. la second to nono. cns Owens after looking at his colts for HaHii Naboth will mi, tl. foflKnn Silver Wood two seasons. Ho Is n breeder tecona LV"ui"' .A- -toT- Niinnelley' ntook u.ix In Lincoln county. See him to ncn0 insure n llilng coiu tia .Mom.v .In., before you breed your mnres. Sliver Wood, son or Far Wood 1B75N; parted with when mar- - Is traded or Description and Breeding Syears-old- ; or bred elsewhere. 10 to insure h living colt record 2 :'7 Terms.--- ! brother to Nor Wood 15-hands high; a good colored J. M. PETTUS, 2.12 sire or jly Constantino 2:1" with beat of bone, conformachestnut Sanford. Ky., Florist 2:12 and eight others. tion, style and action. Sired by Ilex Far Wood 2 27 hon of Nut Wood Peavine 179C; 1st dnm by Peavliie S": Urn recoid 2.1k III, siro or Manager THREE GOOD MULE JACKS. e 2d dam by Wnrrcn Harris Denmark; l.oek Heart 2 OS Addlo 3d dam by John Nosley, ho by Davie I). 2:10 and 1C5 others. Nut Wood Crockett. tiHO, record 2:18 3 4, son or llolmont NOTE. In offering the services of 04. Silver Wood ' rirst nnm Princes Tho great draft Mnlltmi 11,. i,. this oung stallion to tho 'public, I At tho sarao time and placo wil by Vatican 1130S, ho by mndo his own rep, win mako tho do not hesitate to say ho Is without a good mule Jacks at ! jl, Vatican's dam Hambletonlnn my thre0 of 1911 at my nlnr on ihn a .n doubt the best stallion In reach of tho stand 10. Far 1 2. people of Lincoln county and adjoin-ln- to Insuro n lit lng colt. Thoso Jack! 1st dnm Wood lf.7'JC, record 2.27 ?10 ,0 Insure a living colt I Nora Wllkci. dam or No ul nluJnt slro of the Joe Chnnenii, r counties both In Individuality and need no advertising as they nro knowt Wood Nora Wood 2:l'J ihorso that sold fnr -blood. He has as much Peavine blood to breeders all over tho county. Norn Wilkes, by Geo wnkca 510. 'i.,.nr ti... UIU IOP :.""" n " "iii-i-I ! ..itl-UIUL ITS". as M possible to get In one horso and 1st llnughman'8 big sale last fall. Servlco feo on all tho above ad- Nut Wood 00, record 'Nuff that Is tho breeding that is In de- vertised stock duo when colt Is foal- dnm Win llusscll, dam or Maud H. Sed. And Clarence Tat., refused 150 mand today. It you have, any doubt J. 08 lor a pair of 2yearoId nillcs by him. about that, comparo the prices I have ed, marq sold, traded or bred to oUior SILVER WOOD Is a black horse sold them for with nny other breed stock. These terms npply to all. Care full 1G hands high, weight 1,200 pounds JESEE AND ENRIQUE in tho country. taken to prevent nccldeutB but not foaled in 1J05, possesses great nutur-n- l Tho great show pony 25 to insuro a living colt. TErtMS Jesse nnd should nny occur. stylo and all round nctlon, extreme another fine Shetland stnlllon will finish, bono and substance. Ho has make tho season nt my place. Every. never been handled for speed but cnu body knows Jesse, tho other pony go n 2 30 gait easy. Why should he tho crack little hors0 Knrlquo Is not with Ids splendid pedigree, rlcn In tho American Shotland Pony well proportioned ovcry way. A com' color nnd kind disposition mako 'a Club ns follows: Certificate of regis, blned stallion with plenty of speed, great ulro. tratlon. This certificate that thoro SILVER WOOD will mnko th sea- .. stylo and nctlon, his colts show that son or 1011 nt tho b.nrn or F. F. in wi. or standard number voiunio 10 Club 10273 of tho 1 miles from Hubblo on American PEDIGREE. Sired by S. T. Harris,' ho Is n splendid breeder. Ho will Shotland Pony Club stud nt King Kagle, Vol, fi A. S. II. It., No. mako tho season of 1911 nt my barn, the Danvlllo to nnd Lancaster plko up book, the Shetland pony stallion Insuro a living colt Fish- ten dollars known as Enrique of Ponmoken white 255C, ho by Koynl King 2555, he by On ono uilbi West ot Waynesburg on ing Creek nt 10 to Insure 11 living colt. and all right. and black head; whlto stnr and snip; Time, 715 ho by Stonowall Jucksou W. L. SLOAN. bred Mires traded parted with or iinder pnrt of neck black extending to Hubble, Ky King's 1st dam Molllo elscwhoic without my consent forroltn 72, Itoyal knees, Inrgo black spot under holly th insurnnce. and the monoy becomes extending up flank nnd aide; lower Mountz 2584, ho was the noted sire duo nt such trransacttlon. Cnre taken halt of tall black; small blnck spot on CabLoll's Lexington, F. S. King L'aglo s StohewallJackson, uut not responto prevent lelt sldo of back. Fouled May 29 1909 1st dam Hip, 3570, sb0 by Knglo litre! sible should accidents any occur. Slro, The Major of Penmoken 9921 1014, he by Old King Eagle 750, 2d In residence, Wnynesburrg Dnm Lady Gray CJ49. Ilrcd bv L. O. Phono Will make the season of 1911 at my l'rice. dam Hod Lion, 3rd duin by Harris' Farmers Kxchnnge, barn nt 110 to insuro a living colt unC. G. CALDWELL &. SON, M. S. DAUGHMAN, Denmark, ho by Miller Denmark 45; til weaning time, sound and all right. Wnynusburg, Ky. It. F. D. No. Stanford, Ky. A lien retained on all colts until seatth dam by Jim Hell, Thoroughbred. son Is paid. King Ragle, Jr's., 1st dam was .MoIf you really want a clean, sweet lllo Dronnon, sho by Old Drennon, 2d Notice. Tho first poroon caught DILLY BRECKINRIDGE. 'dam Cor.perbottom, and runs bad: to Will stand nt my barn at IS to insuro pure stomach, freo from gas, sourness fishing In Harrow's or any pond on a Davy Crockett. colt until weaning tlino. A lien and distress go to Penny's Drug Store Piaco will bo prosecuted to tho hold on all colts until paid for. All to day and get a box or MI ana barren marcs successfully bred with ont ot "u laW' B' J' the Iraprrgnator. A. T. TRAYLOIt & stomach tablets on tho monoy back r.gn?oTpoundUBllanld' SON Pleasant Hill llreedlug Farm, plan. 314. Jr Stanford, Ky., ll. r, D. No. 4. - "" 1 well-know- i,,i. Jp - 3 3-- 2 Georg-- Hur Del-mo- sea-fco- g .!..'in 3-- 1 fi R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Kentucky. d KING EAGLE, Jr., Fltz-Patric- 2 Jr 1 ?Zll aHffSsynWa jt-''- "Alias Jimmy Valentine" Ilrd Trent on excitedly, bending tensely toward Valentines "Hut jot! won't loso llio old thrill of going into n bank Jtiit beforo davn. ' ' MM enfo. SSL i jffwitA ,., m im JiSjyH HH ui'iji tr Mil ' liiifillnir the walthmon and feeling out In the" darkr" ti comntktteott "And lHwt4ng tbe coppers pea and try tbe doer?" reminded Airy aget'iy. -ante wpen op And 'seeing the-idlike an eyater and igraiibsMr the "and snuaa tiik . A 01.1 nxrf. Of Kf KM " ' dougbr'tSaioVrllrd "Aad. make a alluringly. "And the loag Jump and the tandtst the tn at a swell rafe. Jlmmy-eaU- ag hrenkfast of tbe millionaire?" aaiu eat l:ed "Wltb the coin In your klckr added AM-r- Asry. ck'u. gstawajt' fei-low- "And reading the papers and laugh In; our bead-- i off at what suckers we ain't gelag made of the copners-ye- H lted pleaded, to lose that Jimmy with every ounce ef effert Ae coald r control. Copyright. V. 1910. by -. viBSLn VALENTINE, AmmtcMi 1'fpii Anoclntten Iv ROSE Indedston had begm hskwh fare, and now Me nrrander "Tom was complete. then aihieil eagerly. "Where Ja tbU layout yen got? ('an we get to tt tonight 1" "Sure! It ain't two boars WARDEN HANDLER AND r LANE. at t me. lted." he annoanceil. CONTINUr-- " rhOM LAST TUtbDAY graft n man ei-- li id " "I know what I 111 dolus." IttHixti'd rlsiiiicr wiib llioiul.i Tin rel Valentine, ho Imkhii ".iU'iiu ihti ful u moment onaly np and down the floor thought it out." be Anally wild "I'e "Yes, yoo do If m had a r'liinrv "(he'll be bm k any minute, and I'm I'd ntlik and v'l know It. d'tn't 10 ! golug ber wny. lioys. ee. and If I don't know buj thln about it ' r t there's 11 iiMiK-hl tlMt I aay Avwv. ratrhllif a algnllleant clen-fniber mow day and be able to take her ItPd, rontlnn! tbe nhrpwr' lo my old homo and my father and to eatwo VatewtiM to kaM faith mother, we haven't beard of mm tu lie Imh. years They didn't seem qnlte to un L)mI Ibe Klrl wear plate nrm," he dorsum! me when I was a lad. bum uM fxcl(41y. "awl wan tbe gwy with I them, bat I ran arc how that bor amy balreil and earrtal h b41 I'w liendiHl cane?' they meant all right by me. learned tt all from thb gjri. though "Ye." she's aimoat a complete stranger t "ften jtw waa talking to Doyle ISST here and we was planted there" be Valentine's voir Iregan to waver. lorilcalfO tbe portieres "I saw them 4 be inclined Ma faro lt one skle paiu bere mrfna; lowanl the depot." to hate the csklences of the emotion Valentine stopped hnrt In bis nerv-ou- a Unit threatened, to overwhelm Mm. pacing. lie gtaretl In antonUb-inen- t Tw Bed Ftatuigan and Hill Avery th at tbe try In one, deaperntt one flilo of okl thief, wbo mood at attaatlou waa a tbe room grlppbig the Jailiea. One of tbcat was all ttw of a alonrh bat. one tliat eould ritn lie yoeng ami Inexperienced to executi I eyes, to partiallulled down aloee tbe delicate, sure, uerve rarklnti y conrtMt tbe rer the face when be wearer -lie" )b ijf a safe tootla sorile. waa In M pnhllc place. Ml other waa too old and feeble "They went to tbe atatton." Vstan-tin- e aaytblag bat a berth aa "outside" gasped. "Tben they are not wan, to detect approaching danger ami , give due wnmlag thereof. They nli coming to to- "Ked saw tbe Impression Avery's astutely required the partnership of worda bsd made on M former usL Jimmy Valentine Vet here waa Valentine, as Avery lie saw that possibly very little wouM ihauvihcd blm In a leproacBful whis now lie nssiluil to rsnee Ko 12H0 to reper to lied- "Horn be la. cnuy stuck turn to tbe old ways wltb tbe obi ou a skirt, an' him lb' only Man lu friends. "Barest thing yna know. Jimmy," be snnonnced. "I saw them too. She ' bad 00 a sMBUBCty 4ws with pink flowers In her beaney. and she leaked . happy, loo. like abe waa flmt to get away from this town." 1 "It's a elnrh." commented Avery nne-tltn- e o fr ar hVbtedly Jimmy Yatentlnr bad shrremtered accempllctH Indeed His two nad cunningly played oh bis weaknwH for tho tlttll of the "crooked an me." Tbe thrills of It to blm were mere prwioun than the rewards They wore Ids reward. Iteaidea. tbe girl bad not returneil She bad paid tbe debt she owed to bcr resetter, and that was alt. Well, lot her' go. reasoned Valentine .Never again would Ite commit tbe folly of placing faith In a strabjbt Klrl! II fr - Jl bbbbbHbT asvE-jf- CBArTKR IX AMLENCK 11 I cusned Vabwtte xitfferltm 'fMBa Tl n un MimliMper rbeni down till 1 can feel tbe puhw in a dead man's wrist W hero's tbe" "We got blm," whispered Hill Avery avwltantly to lted "We got blm, an he'll Muck." Hardly had Jimmy Valentine made hU declaration to again Join Interest with lied Flanagan and Hill Avery than a betllioy entered the parlor, )ag-htg tbe name of "Mr. Valentine." Jimmy stepped forward hastily, coined an envelope bearing his name which the boy carried and excitedly tore it apen. He foand a brief note written hi feminine nenmankUlp He read these words, und the iolor surged to bis ebeeks. IlMte don't tears till I r turn I you a not Mrm. WebMi-- imiril give you We saw her at tl. "iwi where w went to reserve slrriwri (or ROSfe. UNI. tonight asked Avery, drawing "Wont Is near "Something from Doyle. I'll r tn-t- o "Walt!" he cried. "My bawls are pretty tough couldn't feel tbe tick of graadfather'M clock tbe way they are novt, but I can beat that 1 can 1 ttr bet-Te- a, ?E .aaaahammmat len tine's f II'' - tied himself room. aofu ill ho left ot tin K m.il "You fal-,- .. Shell be are juit lll.e I ! tilUiu. lie .iw.ijx milij Women llidn I Sinonnl to snie bits 'ill.' re e iniuh (laeN tb.it l li.irn .Is t lie' I uid" ! . to la iud ard bull-- . ..lid u. bad Hitlii-l- nre . one of e i lie Weot- - Uuliieil u ilick 10,1 lu n frebkbt vi ,uier Hut (we Ktrl IWdUferent fwui thc'klnd ofwe-uii-- Ktnu o make UUder the "You've weakened nj:.'ln?" tmeered Red. "No; I'm strong again." "Yott mean that's from the girl?" "he la coiuiin: I'M' l. lted. andt there's nothing ou tbls emth or In b that iau wake me so wrong. Yon said a minute ogu that If .xou thought I had a chance you'd stick." to that" "Then "Ueod tiodr exclaimed Avary; "You're net mJh' to Mm squar wbnt Is It?" questioned lted. return of hope." answered Valentine, his emotion causing bis voice to shake. "It hi the It, IMII, and iixhnmed of the yearn his own experiences that Hod's misyou'vo mt. nnd I know It Now deeds wcro not entirely blamablo on lted. here's your chance, your day of salHo was nlwut to Inform Ilcd of his vation There's the Icttir and hero's 41. n nitln In nut thorn" ffn hntlflffl Intention to nld lilm In n new career Avery noino Mil. "It's way out west when he heard In the corridor tbe vtbere no one knows jou, nnd you'vo voire of Ibmc Lane Rdilrcsslne somi Just think, hack to n one ho believed must ho her father. cot a ehnnce "Hero she Is. lied," whispered Valniolher anil then ahead to" "You must pet 'I he hardened lonk liecan to fado entine, rising quickly. out till they pj" Hut too late. At from the thief's face. fol line ll I me" He clntrbed tlie that Instant Hose Iine entered, Val-! 11.. in in I1I1 hand "I'll try. by Ood. lowed ly her father. They snw I'll try" Tears trtckleil down Av- - entitle etamllng by a suspicions look Ing yoang man with very red hair. r s prlsoti pnled rbeeks. Valentine, realising that be was en ' 1 hit's the talk -- that's the benrt" tbe verge ef sbsolute mln In the estl-...l." Valentine sympathetically. "And If I fall I'll end It." said Av- matton ef tiVt gh--l aad her already! suaahlow ft t her. for he conhl hardly ery cm won't mil. It's only the anrk-- , explain Ited's presence, turned coldly ire that, fait Wdake the nest tralnr-l- nt toward the thief. "I'm very sorry, air," be aald In InDoyle. Get away. .inn inrned toward one of, the en different tones, "hat I don't know tbe j man yen ar Inalrtmi for. Never. ,, trances , "io..dhy, Jimmy Ooodhy, lied," be heard of blm. Uitess you had better inquire of the clerk at the hotel of-, cried, and he waa gone, flee" I tell J on. Bad,', said Valentin, catcfalng tbe hint, replied. Med. looking after Mm.,"tbere Isn't a creek yon know who wouldn't go straight it 'Thank yon, sir; I will da aaV aad went out of tbe room, concealing a hsvsjuld." Hlo.1.' egetaimed Had feelingly, grinning face behind bid hat . t "but j on know .what's Insido of .a CHAI'TBU X. man" "I know wbat'e Inside of me, and I greettd Valentine pleasant ilnre fare It" ly, tbe blush in ber fresh young cheeks oquallag the Jimmy Valentine- crossed to a window and, peered oat hi to tbe street pink of 'lie roses In her hat No one la sight that he knew, yet be She thanked htm for 1 Wilting her rehad lost all donbt that Kne Lane turn, aad she irad her father seated would return. Her message bad calmtbemselea on the sofa, tbe ed Id fears, and. mote than that H standing before then , It wua Mr Lnne who begin to !oad hid ruiue In time to save blm from thniMtlng aside the one chinre in the tbe conversation to 1 er!o'is point. "Mr'Rnndall-n-- v daughter tells me world to redeem his lost years Another thought rose strong within that ' sje namni.'jii gave ber" Mm ns lie returned fo the sofa. seatt3 'WtrVHlf'liandall. I am not going himself and saw Red standing dtscon near the table. Something to ask questions I presume no one sole til bad 10 be done for Red that was eer wishes to forget tbe past more than tain ltd Flanagan was young bare- you. I am going to explain a sttua tlott to you and offer yon employ he had many ly 'hat were not at all bad. ment" "While I thank you I eouhl not so was convinced that hi Valentine frle-- d onld remain 'o him If .ept any position at your hands or be rotiM Mke him wltb him and that .our dsughter's." answered Valentine. he nnii'd become s man of honor and "It Is better that I started without lnttrrltv If he received the proper enand procured employment couragement ne felt tt hU duty to with total strangers." "Hut, Mr. ltandall." liegau the girl. do this much for Iledglve hltn a Tho father continued: chance, the ebance that wouwi turn "I think yon are wrong, .Mr. Itan- square half tbe thieves In the prisons dall. I ntulerstaiid perfectly the spirit if they count Imt obtain it Ami so he resolved that he would which prompts you to tako this stand. take lted with blm wherever he went Still, 1 think you are wrong. Won't If possible to arrange it Tocethcr jou let me explain fully?" they would hew a way out of tho, "Wlfh pleasure, sir." "First we know or think wo know morass of dexrutlatlon and misery Into the one tbltuj against you Wu bembich they had been plunged. lted liad been unfortunate. In Ids lieve, while knowing this, that you early environment Here lay the cause are trustworthy. I am the president of his lawbreaklng career. Left an of the Fourth National bank of Springorpban in a crowded tenement on tbe field." os- "Springfield, Massachusetts?' east side of New York city at the age of thirteen, ho bad been Taken care of claimed Valentine excitedly nnd turnby his uncle, a retired police captain, Ing away his face to bide the signs of who operated n gambling house lu the shock the name gave him. "No; Illinois," responded the banker. Thirty-thirstreet Four years later lied was placet! In A rolteml cxpresgion came over Valcharge of tbe buffet In tbU establish- - entine':! face. "I own CO per cent of the stock, my datightor 10," resumed the banker. "It la her visit, to which 1 assent, that 1 take you Into the bank as an employ ee." Valoutlne could hardly believe that he was hearing aright TlMt n .banker should offer a uewlr released convict a posirloii lu' his establishment was astounding "But. Mr. Lane" be began protest-lngl- y Hut Mr. Laac again spolfe. You will get "One moment, please vjjir daSs tJrBLjfc. .a .1 rather small salary to begin with, vjnajpr hnat iaj)f but as you team the business l understand you are an accountant?" '' ( "I waa for a time yes, sir." "That will mnke your advancement The rapid, presuming, of course" banker raised but eyes signldcantlyl ' I 1 . ' - R" "1 bbau. mox ronwsBD to aaxiim standing la the middle of the hotel parlor. Half dated by hla good fortune, be gased after them. The banker hesitated a ammeat. "I believe you, sir," turning toward ' Valentine. "I believe we shall never twenrv-Oee-an- d rhnr-nrterNt- lo'! regret what we have done." Rose also bad a last word for ber She grasped her father's arm bero and said enthusiastically: "That Is she Just how I feel, too. and-re- r" was becoming embarrassed "Spring-Deb- t 1 a beautiful city, Mr. Randall." tbe managed to end. They were gone. Valentine sprang to tbe entrance and peered after them A Beet-Infrom between tbe portiere. vision of a sweet young girl's face, smiling and confident, was bis reward is Itose Lane walked out Into tbe He stood and stared even wben 'atber and daughter had gone from sight, his oyw tlxcti on tho point where the girl bad disappeared. And he was still standing In the g cor-"ld- ' j ; waAiw? nk avsbAaterlca aa can open a (Helve bolt sale by tb' seuse a touch. Ain't It Mke Mm m lb' limit for a grot waste Us talents au' go 011 the aa wuautati van - square?" Vateutluc faced but flieuda of 1 I . , IraewUie.girlV l you "Wbett queried lted fiauaann or Mm "Jttiebt brre UnIsj " Jimmy Valu-dun'aa h llieNgbt ( face Iter. ".Mot Iit father ton. hlio aalit In." would lm back " "Ami jwi think hlio'll hiiuer-hUitl. "Wh), l"eii htire a Imlf hour, ami It's ilnrli Doyle Imh reach-ti- l littr fnthtir." Vnlimlliio Ktni' ti xtuhluu blurt. Itcl limttnlly u'Julird m hu saw thut lilt fclmt hiul I a U en efffi't. "IMjlts!" Katiictl (hu ivtonxiMl ton- let. "I under If ho" "You lift on It." juit In Avuri. "A little Hjiiiiiuth', Jimmy, tint's all," RIIBKCStlMl IIimI. "Shu Just ctuuo lo clutT juu on the rlu'ht lmtli. Ain't s brllitul 1 11 ou 011V" yon and I h.iie knowu. boja. She mi there was souietbln.- - guod In am, even when I wore the si ripen, awl aha took roe' sex of tbe reach of Warden Handler sort iioliulre' - 'snlltalrs,' I)ot'.i that inmin anything tu Ui) yon?" Valetitlue'a Mike lose higher "Yes. and "lies golux to do one thing She's cum line Uuk to uioro for tutbeta im tnrt on the injhare." lted stfind ckwv to Valentine, grip ietl IiIk linn and hlanwl determinedly Into his ohm "Yutt know she uon't. You don't think a mralulit Kill uould sttiml for ncrooU like jou.dojmi you. with tho coppers nlwiijH jflor jou 011 account of bomo of tho old btult we did? Don't UHl jourself. Jimmy It's no bo." "If nny other crook hail diwuucil it dream llko thut, hat n laiiRli it would bo, but now you so, llcd-j- ou and Avery." lted rose quickly. "Wbnt do you incanV" suspiciously. Tho light of resolution shouo In Valentino's eyes. "I'vo quit." ho said. "Whatl" snapped lted and Avery - "I mild If I hold yon same position when F.ed Flanngnn, who bad noticed the cessation of the conversation, stole quietly back into the room. He saw nnd uuderstood. Ills plunge Into tho abysmal underworld, where might makes right and whero might makes wrong, lind not yet dulled entirely his knowledge of some of the Oner emotions thnt Impel mankind to various courses' of acHe smlletl tion. "He's hopeless. He's goln' square for keeps," ho murmured. He diplomatically coughed. Valentine wheeled about "nore, lted," ho cried, "from now I've got my on wo go straight Ho caught lted by both chance." shoulders and shook him lolently .lu( bis overwhelming joy. "Uy right Hut what do I do?" was-- , tho gasping rcsitotise of lted, almost, carried off his feet by tbe enthusiasm tic nature of Valentino's greeting. , "You Irall along, lted. with me. 'Get a Job In iny town for a year, and by, that time I'll bare one for you." "Doing what?" Valentine hurled at his brother safe breaking expert a reply tliat cawscst him to stand speechless la amazement Jaws distended almost to the polos .'of dislocation and with eyes that thra.it-- . "I understand, sir." ened momentarily to bulge entirely Hose leaned forward eagerly. ' out ot their sockets "And. don't you sue, tu a year or "I'm going to mnke you watchman " two" abe begun, but Iter father In in a uational bank." wns the cool terrupted. of Jit imy uleiuine 'And this also I wish you to eon-- . alder, Mr. Randall: In this position CONTINUED NEXT WEEK your past cannot affect you. I mean 4 by that, since we kuow nil. only your future concerns us." "You are ei j.e loin, but" .ill at!:.o. Itose Ori'dn nddrv-w."Won't jou lu soujc w.in allow us tlte vhuiiCH to rn'eST rtm IrfllU'ilt.'iirfi't ' f'A. z" once did me? fwant j I , d a "I'm gelag with Jimmy. If I'd th "I bit fur him I got t go If he asks it: itumt. .7. mh -l- U.' f ,lnl" ni.k..l Av. 1 Itedr "' BUOS WHAT'S wbh-l- l You f accept" irlsHMtWt&J3Tl1 ,v. ixston or . JIB." The other -- I'liiany ne m.uie up ra uul. "With tbe deepetr thanks," filiAil coa1daaaiJ'.iJ; ho ? 1iji''l'' iiij.i - S7UM ripvuL .s l rintiii si- r- tJf& x ? at , re- - r ValuutUie ikow ckjse to blin, -.n a lob. HI . a cood ir.t piamtioi . ri "I'vo quit" "What about Doylo?" put In Avery. "llo'a heavy on your mind, ain't ho, cry. piny," went on Valentino mined angrily tit the Avery? I can beat Doylo." "You ain't colng to loso that coin aprnLpr. "It wiiRii't n play, Avery, rilwlniu I'vo got staked out for an bout's Clu you If you ptuk Hint way mjulu " work?" walled lted. "Seven thousand If there's a dlmot" lted was UKalu scornful and hlild "Yes, I'll loso that" "Oh, rotl Thpy'ru playiujf you, nua "And a trip abroad to brace you up you don't eo It. And for bclnR'spokeu a month In l'arls?" nice, to you're gon toblow. tba sof tctt "Ves; I loso that too." "Don't .! that, llwl. Don't joii "it's n I'lncli Doylu has ijnocietl tlio , . ... tne rastitotiaiitv ai tainiitiai KiiriiiibNi niUMi tu Valeiitltio read from n note Mrs. roulette, baccarat and poker ., .1 dainty stored band. Moore had loft With him. Tho ImiVu truthful trMtlnionr nf llio "I shall look forward to seehi, you," TllU Will 111" , ru ...l.tnl, ,llr,u,wl y, .,nra;,,l hU "Listen," lie Mild .,. " .H.n trod iicv the man jou promised tho o undo thnt lted no longer found a sho said In 1 low voice. Tho gtaed steadily Into hltlnii na watchman of 0110 of homo with him Cast on his own reher eyes. , grain elevators. Tho wages at sources, he was attracted by the glit"I can onlj- - thank jou." he' murn day nro wttlufnetory to him.'" tering promises ot au expert poker Intense dUgtut bpread over lllll Av- nnd faro denier whom his undo hud mured. ery's face. "Gooilby, Blr, uutl! nest week," employed He joined with him lu sev"Twoufty n day," ho sneered. "A eral trips on coabtlng Kteamers, "sit- spoko tho banker. mnu can't llvo on that" "I shall try my best to make you ting In" with the gnmbler lu poker Vnleutlno laughed. game wlih the passengers nnd ex glad ot this." responded Valentlue, bis "It costs 31 cents n day to keep a changing idguuls with him concerning manner evidencing tho grat,efune.s man. In Slug Sing." ho reminded tho thu i. ards they held. He learned the that welled within him ns well as t,ho thief. art of dinting the corners of tho nces, earnestness of his dcslro to build anojv "I don't want a Job," snarled Av- kings, queens mid Jacks with bis the llfo that ho had so nearly wrecked, ery. "Only tbe suckers work for a thumb mills so thnt In dealing wltb Father and daughter stepped to tho living." llugcrs mi ml papered or worn ulmost to entrauco, 'leaving Jimmy Valentino you do want one," returned the bleeding point wltb pumlco stono "Yes, ; ; ; Valentlue, "nnd this Is Just your kind, he could detect these Indentations and FOLEY'S KIDNEY REMEDY ACT- Avery. And let mo tell you something kuow whin and to whom ho was deal- - recommend Foley KlUnev iternedy," that you think I don't know. You'ro lug tho high cards From this it was , q QUICKLY tired of being ft crook tired to death. only a step to a partnership with tho M N acorgp, Ironanle, Ala., waa I kuow that when wo wero lusldo. great Jimmy Valentine, tho man wbo kUlney lrouui0 ror many Hut you nro afraid of what a lot of could "cop a gopher" without any ar-- botnered..,wth WM )erBuadea t0 (ry Kol- puU will sny. Well, let them say. old o) 's Kidney Iternedy. nna before Uk- What they got? Did you over see All this wns well known to Valen- R it tlireo day8 1 couia feel Its benodo they tiue. a crook with anything? What had drifted Into bad rinini rtrecis. The nam lett ray bark, amount to? They haven't tbe stand , company lu a manner somewhat slml- - my kidney nctlon cleared up, and I am Intt of a houao dog, jrou'rotlred ot uri Uq C0Ua BPt u,0 iM8on3 of no much better, I do not hesltato to ' 11 . 00 ."" ,..c .. i.. iwl wek .... ' V mi mini Ion. tio followed "-- ' 7". . . was o eci- - poct JOU to ,,, One night during borbe show ....,.;.. n' week. tbo of luMy as Wotts 0I, Mthln ., , .. w "wuwinei leaner - .. .., ftM.llnrlwwviiig ,i,. wUo,r . uow i . .... suan ox- - agkH, ji... s&s&zr&mMES&r cujn't BE ..ZP&UJs&s&Wr too Onerous. 1 1 J r 5 ,,...... j, "'Lv. - ?'-- ?. '. -- Peos and attiriHi iiwiers ot rato. f.. ' TZ ..... ......:.... her and ti , U'U ge5 Mrqui us. Krtt.iemlei w.it nil o'.r bullil lug mi'ieriiis nre mucn stiot.gor tnaiii Hie o iiimin uul von c in tuerefori" e lees than onlluarv qimtititlei. If you like wfll tell you Just how tif. mix tlaiu tp g"t tho best icsuits nt. Hit' least cost l ome in and ask us. u-- with the rerucnt, lime, J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. Sato llobtaurant, bakery, soda" fountnln etc., lUIng loom 'nboo. A, gooa stand, and siileudid business, Tne place Is well furnished and tho ttock of groceries rlgatg etc., arc now This Is a good chance for eomo one! For further to make good money. particulars seo L. It. Hughes or W. L I "For laid Is Issued once a week. All the ladles know what tho Ladles Home younlal In; and It's now lamed twice Lot tho interior Journal n month. order either or both ot theso for you, send In your renewal of subscripor tion. It can save you money. The best iungaxln0 lu tho world Is the "Saturday i:ening it nas more good, nign class snort Jicyon. llian any other magazine publlalcd m. ? New Goods Parasols Neckwear Lawns Ginghams Gloves SUNDAY SCHOOL, THE FARMERS l'OSTHUX Laces Hamburgs Silks Trimmings Father Leo, W. 11. King, J. T. .Martin. Barnh K. Martin, Lesson IX. Second Quarter, For Kred lUnrtorf, May 28, 1911. Kor Sale. Nlco young drNlog horse 16 hnmla nUUi, without a blemish THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. work any whore. Apply to Will Stone. Hints For Summer Straw Hats Text of the Luton, Mte. Iv, Mw ry V.rMi, 2, J Gold.n Taxt, Mia. Iv, 3 Commtntary Prprd by R.v. D. M. O. 8trn. Purses Novelties Hosiery Etc.. Etc. We handle" only goods of quality and guarantee price. Take a look and be convinced. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. r Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Stanford, COW-EAS-E Ky. RELIEVES CATTLE and ES PROM PLIES. A liquid als-. HORS-- : materipreparation carefully compounded from It is of the right consistency for applying with a sprayer, and it will not gum up tne hair or blister the skin. Every dairyman and every owner of livestock should use COW EASE during the summer season. Its use Is a humane act, and it also saves money for the stock cwner, as a herd of milch cows that are sprayed regularly through the summer months will yield on the average from 10 to 20 per cent more mi'k than they would if COW EASE was not applied. In the cae of horses: a mettlesome horse will loss flesh In fly time, whereas If he is sprayed witht COW EASE before driving, he will keep 'n good condition. W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. n If You Want Something Cold to drink CALL AT MY SODA FOUNTAIN. 1 5 LL I SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. a. 'Hie I, lvid lhat Burns Rood, Makes no clinkers, and very Little Ashes. We Give you 72 Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen Ounces to the Pound. Not by tbe armies of the nations, nor BaBBBBBBBBBlBaficSBaiaaaaaaaaBBBBBBm peace conferences, nor by tho chared, nor by missions, aball this be BBBBBBBBbKySv r.alalaaalalalalH brought about; nor In this present ago of the world's history, but only by Illm concerning whom It b written, "I will overturn, overturn, overturn It until Ho come whose right It Is, Hff'LMtnbm-Mm- rm WmI-M- m Mere K am 1 will give It Him" (Eiek. xxL 27). Mmtfm Vf raUtBf.trat you cannot la ibwv B9 Th.t'. whr profit, are Not by any nation now existing' as Mtf BflP rl anlas S9 such on the face of the earth will He Sb rrofiu nnlM you kMp your tb. BK (r. f tola wotnu. BJ bring peace on earth, but by Israel, soon to be restored nnd recojmiwd as a nation and to be converted ns a nation when they shall see Him coming In glory and shall recelTS- Illm as ttilr worm, not 1 Messiah. Isaiah's message had spe- W will ro.XlT.lr rlHo not th .v.ry other M a only In your b.p, tat In cial rcfcrcnco to Judah and Jerusa- B7 Rolm.l on yoarpUr. Tnl. wond work. jM r.mdy will dtmr and ipl fwrr lem, Mlcah's to Samaria ami Jerusa- W In worm,l.Tlnff Uiantmlfrlnitjr.at Sv tat W atM3.Mlnill.tT.r7onnror foodltaal.. II lem (Isa. L 1; SIIc. 1, 1). mtt-K I. a wond.rtnl lonle aad mn m a ml a day --J Tbo words Israel. ZIon, Jerusalem, BVt dltinn.r. It rou bnt y.r li.ad to fMKl. must always bo taken In their plain lit k I. BmhVtK. manottarad bj Kl BJ V b. eral sense unless there Is sonic qualiI'.ilOnaitvnr. B a.T.und,o. fying phrase or adjective Indicating differently. The ZIon and Jerusalem of Mlc. 111. 12. an the same as the ZIon of Mlc. Iv, 7. It lias been overthrown many times; It shall as truly and literally become tbe throne of the Lord, which Ho shall build up when He comes In Ills glory (ls. ell. 1C). In those days when tbo glory of tlie Lord shall be been In Israel nations 1 shall now to her as literally as the queen of Sheba and the kings of the earth came to Solomon, or as tho wise men from the eait brought their treasures to tlu kins of the Jews when s but n babe In Bethlehem (II Chruu. According to Mic, v, 2. It Ir. 0, was predicted that He would bo born In Bethlehem, nnd He was. The same terse says that He would rule In Israel, and though no has never yet done so no will just as truly and literally as ne was born In Uethlelicm. From Jerusalem Ills word lias gone forth Into all the world to gather out from all the nations a people for His name. Ills body, tbe church, to reign with nim when He shall como in Ills glory, but that was not revealed In Old Testament times nor until after Ho bad come in humiliation proclaiming a kingdom at band which never AND EMBALMER UNDERTAKER came because they killed the King, STANFORD, - KY- and thus postponed the kingdom till He shall come ngaln, for tho heavens Office 'Phone 1ST. Home 'Phone 3b have received Illm until the times of restoration of all things which God Spring Suitings hath spoken by the mouth of all ills holy prophet since the world Injgan My new spring and summer samplcn (Acts III, 20, 21). Then shall (Mlc. vll, 20) i fulfilled. "Thou wilt perforin are now ready for our Inspection. on tho market the truth to Jacob, and the mercy to They comprib tho Abraham, which Thou hast sworn i ran suit nnvono ns to prlco who had unto our fathers from the days of old." bis clothes uind0 u order. A suit Some nations are ngalntt Israel to made to jour nii'aBu.o la preferable this day, but they know not tho to ready made clothea. To havo them coat nn thought-- , of the Lord, neither under- made to measure doesn't when quality counsel, and do not more than ready maoo Corn In and stand they Ills fit la contdcro4. know that a time Is coming when their and me take your measure. let gain and their substance shall bo consecrated unto the Lord of the whole H. C. RUPLEY. The Practical Tnlkir. earth, who will tben bo ruler lu IsrneL See verses 11 to 13 of our lesson chapter and all of .Isa. U: When this great peace shall have como on earth dodo shall make Israel afraid any more (verse 4); they shall not sea evil any by pfc I. M, 32; Zeph. HI, 11, 15; Zech. xIt, 0; Jrr. 11L 17; Dan. tu. 27; ztlll. 7. Jerusalem, ruling In tbe midst of Israel, and also as King of Lings and Lord of lords King oyer all tbo earth. I will suggest a few passages which will lead to many inoro If any ono It Trillins to search: Isn. It, C, 7; Luke Our golden text ami Its context, which tails of a time when nntlotn ball learn war no more, la found alio In Iia. It, 14. The same glorloua la found In Pa. zItL 0, "11 maketh wan to ceaae onto tbe end of the earth." It la written In a different form In lia. mil. "A kin aball reign In rlghteooanoM, and the work of rirbteouanesa aball be peace." In Pa. lull, 1L we read that "all king shall fall down before Illm; all nations aball aerre Him." In tier, xi, 18, we are told of tbe time when "the kingdoms of tbla world ball bare become tbe kingdom of our Lord and of Ills Christ" It would be well If teachers and scholars would search ont tbo many passages which tell of this kingdom of peace on earth when tbo Lord shall como In Ilia glory and occupy tbe throne of Darld at ANY KINDr ANY SHAPE, ANY PRICE short born bull. Nunnclley, Uoute "NEXT," I can sell youany thing: Sunday and in the Clothing: line in strictly adSeveral hard bijiko tbo drought vanced styles and right in price. the farmers glad. Handtailored and pure wool. We have a blue serge for 12.50 that DISCONTENT. the of has the world beat for ierfect fit, it ifyoacan thmby qualify ana worjcmansoip if hetpfhe atrad !' Kor Sale. 37-- :. Uood Moreland, Ky ahowera II. 1. Monday nnd iuad Discontent is set" rev want liknca; it iifirmiry of w3L Re-r- et odairthief sufferer; not. vowr own work and aJreatr the-- erif beam to be repaired. Our ryrape-tti- y jtut aj bear. We come to them who weep fboUhrr and ait down end cry for company instead of imparting to tkem truth and health in rough electric shocks, putting mem once more in cosamunicahon with their ou-- rraion. The secret of fortune is joy in ourhimk Emerron. n AND FOR THE FEET YOU WOUlIDl NOT THINK OIFBUYINC ANYTHING BUT THE CR033ETT IN OXFORD) SHOES. GLOVES FOR THE HAND SOX FOR THE FEET AND SHIRTS'. TO TONE YQUiaFF SEE, j i Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. I up-to-d- ate A FRESH LOT OF THE GREAT FEED JU8T RECEIVED Ek. or MenOnly We have just received our new and line of iH Men's VH jB In Pongees we have with tie to match. Summer Shirts a pleasing array of styles, Collars attached and detached, Ik-wa- With Cuffs attached; a good, long sleeve and many beautiful designs in stripes. In white,, and White Pleated bosoms we can suit the most elaborate: mWv dresser. Remember the low fitting col PENCE BROS. lar band wnich keeps, your collar from Stanford, - - Ky. riding the coat collar Remember the J. C. McClary, fullness of the shirt. Our jB Mml-V- " Negligees f 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 Monarch $1 Shirt many patterns in our show windows. Cummins & Wearen, bt Stanford, Kentucky. We Want J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY. AVE WILL DELIVER J. L. Beazley & Co UNDERTAKERS BALMERS. ER IN Meats & Groceries t JJaM AT YOUR DOOR AND EM-;- . AL80 DEALMAT- - us by phono and give us your FURNITURE, priler, (or pur nice, frost raeat nn clean tiovr Groceries. Call for i. C. LYNN And far MEAT TINQ8, RUGS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. STANFORD, more (Zeph. HI, IS). As we consider the thousands still being driven from their homes In Russia let us pray moro earnestly for tho A ereat fulfillment of Isa. lxll, war must come beforo there can be this good time of war no more, for it la His determination to gather the nations to pour upon them His uuur-natio- n becnuso of their treatment of Hla people Israel. He shall sralto the earth with tho md of Hla mouth and with the breath of His lips shall Ho slay the wicked (Isa. xl, 4). At Hla comin in giory with all Ills saints shall tbla fce, and n then shall tbo last verses of oor be fulfilled, "The Lord shall reifo over them In Mount ZIon from hencetho kins-doforth, even forever. shall come to tho daughter of ZIon." This Is moro fully described and it U uttertre-les- a In ltev. xlx; to expect peace on earth, a lutteff peace, until "tbla man shall Nbej'e l'0f neacc" and be great unto the tbe earth, rull&c la Israel a lea-som 11-1- AND HANDLE LIVE AND DR&86ED EC08, ICE, COAL, POULTRY, FURS, HIDES, WOOL, SALT, LIME, GINSENQ, FEATHERS ETC. Produce Corsets Impart Style R&G and Comfort H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. New Models CONCRETING oratlnV. inch Just Received W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY. S3 la'leetVwa can mk. hottiJdowatoaiene poit. Work. fHTyunnti We WW juaranU flrt-claand iokPanm.frl.l. roaUrlal Ijl oor lea. beloM T 700 buy your Block WiBrelnpoilttontoaoBiikludi of oon. prt. it center ot toe wenawiee LAND A BUCHANAN for Groceries PHILLIPS BROS., BtanforJ, Ky. : : KENTUCKY,