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FRIDAVT McKECHNIE TURNS UP IN PORTLAND, OREGON .MtSBAQE FROM HtS Brown-Coe- k TRANSYLVANIA WONT LET HOPPER GO iTHE KINGDOM OF HEART'S CONTENT gam and Tanner AT CLOSING EXER. INTERESTING IMPRESSIVE ISTALLAtlON CERE ON PRESENTED DI8CU8SI0N CI8ES OF JUNCTION CITY HIGH MONIES ARE HELD HERE YOUNO PREACHER BY Much Interest In lelt here In tho 8CHOOL PERSONAL NOTES, wedding nt Danvlllo last Thursday WITH MIND SUNDAY SUNDAY of Mr Jesse F, Cook, of '.Mlnglon but born unci reared In this Trnns-ylvaulA Hammond, of Moreland . w)rt)UIIy. nn(1 linitmixlvc Installation ceremonies Mh Uoltln llrown, of An adjourned meeting or therecently Junction City, Mny 29. Tho cerewcro held at th0 Pcsbytcrlnn church I'resbytcry, which In Stanford, Monday nnd sold that Lexington, which look plncc at tnv monies Incidental to tho closing of the Sunday when Rev. P. L. Ilruco met nt Jtlchmond, was held hero on Graded and High school In tills city H message had been received by his homo of Mr nnd Mm. John H. llaugh-MinIn Doyle. Mr Cook ns n grnat Sunday afternoon, on tho day or thy formally received and welcomed daughter, Mrs. Holier 1.. M'Kechnlc, ns worn opened last Wednesday evenIn Lincoln many relntlveti nnd friends pastor of tho local congregation, Lead that her husband who dl (appeared who will extend heartiest congratu- Installation of itev. I'. L. llruce, tho ing at the Hnll by mombers of tho Ing members of the denomination from three weeks nRo from nig Home In lations while hid bride Ix nliin well new pastor or the l'i espy torlnn church High school entertaining the patrons, many countlw In this section of he Loulsvllln.had turned up nt tha home known nnd popular here nnd in this for the purpose or acting upon the patroncs'ics, friends and well wishere of the statn. The l.oxtneton capo of Itev. Will Hopper, formerly or Mate were present to take part In f his brother In 1'ortland, Oro., nnd if the school. Delightful rti'resh- '" tho services. llu., 1.1. l.d I. Impaired. The mcs-- l titln Stanford, who has Just graduated meat were served and tho hall wna Moderator, Judge Denton, of Somer- Theologlcnl too small to hold the crowd. miko cuniit Irom Kdwnrc M'Keohnle, Urown to .Mr. J. F. Cook, both of this from the I'mibyterlan On set, was present. Hov. Urucc preach., brother or tlio missing man, who. city, was celebrated Thursdny nfter. Kemlnnr.. nt Loulsv lllo nnd, has been Thursday evening tho play, ed In the morning to a large oongrc-patlo"" nt the homo of Mr nnd Mn. tailed to the pastorate of th0 congre" Kingdom of Hearts Content" "Tho has made his home in the west for (John S Ilitighman In Danville was gallon nt Kmlnence. nud In the afternoon a session While taking tut seiilcd by th. High school memuoiiiti time. r,1( cnp nft( panned to ho mnrof the Trasylvanla Presbytery wa's i Thl. u the Urst Information that ,,.( jn(, Mil while the brldo was hlF theologlcnl course, Itev. Hopper ber. This proved to bo mii ndmlrablo held. Ho fatuity of ,Mr. McKechlne has hnd visiting In Danvlllo It was decided to has been mipplylng for tho churches vehicle for the young adorn nnd celebration earlier nnd In nt Ilurruldle and I'lsgnh, small In the evening the sermon was de-- ,. of his whereabouts since ho dUappear nctrcmes, who ncqultted themselvrs and the lending lucmbcrs well. Sovernl musical Ilvcred by Rev. Carey Rlaln, of Hus- til lie was superintendent of agents W0,,nnR wlh n q,)cl numbers betouvll'c, his themo being "Prayer." ' In tween the nets served to Tor the Commonwealth l.lfo Insurance Cniy n fow relatives nnd friends pros- - or tho Transylvania l'reibytery, entertnln Dr. Mofrett propounded the questions ' Couipniiy, of Louisville, and was held ..nt I)r, Cecil V. Cooku of the llaptlst which they nre located, seemed to bo tile qrowil These were played by to the congregation nnd delivered tn anxious that he continue to fill those Miss Luln Hates and her brother. In high vntvom by th company llo,rmrch olliclatlng. ennrge totho new pastor, white Judge He, xiie houte was decorated beautiful pastorates, und It Is said expressed a Ldgnr, of Danville; JJ.ttia Rogers nnd lint the service, of the company Denton delivered the. charge to "tho out warning, nnd until nothing had lv with lluwers nnd plants and tlio willingness to pay him the dilfcrence others of this place. with in falary between what these smaller wo. nio;rcgatloin Rev. Rruce wns formalbeen heard of V,n. though evvry J On ednesday evening the I, all ly welcomed to Slanfora by Kev, J. , enn ntlord to give and what wns well filled wIUi means or nscert.ilnlng his where n()0) si,,, frlcndn of the th,. older daughter of churches J. Dickey, ol th0 Methodist church ' . Mr nnd Mrs. Henry T. llrown of this the congregation at .eminence offers. school, who despite the extremo heat rheep $C.lft, and lambs (S.ll.j. nl tits hnd bfen employed. The dlsctisElort of tho case Sunday hnd como out to and Hov D M. Walker of the ChrisMm McKechlne, who is with her city. Is unusually hnndsome nnd love. hear the closing ox v, nnd wldoly popular both In Fayette tian churchi lather, nt More land, had been pros county, nnd Lexington nlso In Dam Hie afternoon approached qulto nn Inter- erclses. Tho Invocation was said by esting stnge, and go strong In feeling Dr. C. V. Cook, or Danville, Her, (rated out the dlimprearanco ot her nnd utile" cities. One Man Hangs Jury Mr Cook Is u iialh e ot .Stanford said to linvo become, Unit when a dual Strother, of Georgetown, huvlng been LANCASTER husband and Is In a serious londl vote was taken, ninny of 'lie membere unable to go to Lincoln county, liming comn to Hlie had Intended to tlou ionic. Miss Laura Kelly, In order to insist In tho In Ington hImhii ten yenrs ngo nnd Ib con. h.nttcndanco did not participate In the tlio graduate, then read her esssny, ELEVEN VOTE FOR CONVICTION The County Sunday School convenIII stock business wltln Mr tho ballot Mr. King a prominwhich was entitled "I'lie Heritage of vesication wnlch were pelng made, llierted Mthe tion wns held Saturday at the Mctho-dU- t mnn o penild ent r AND ONE FOR ACQUITTAL of tho member Kmlnence Tomorrow'" handling the Mibject Ithw it has been unable to do so church. qualities and has numerous friends congregation. OTHER COURT NEWS .came here in a great deal of force nnd Judgment (irover McKochnle and Mr. Ham-- 1 throughout the state. James A. Dudderar bought a horse Hopper nnd the J'ls, Lucy Il.inkla gave a violin solo, After the wedding the bridal couple behalf ot Mr. mond were In lulavlllc last week Irom Mr. Gastineau for $200. I m ir t r nvlnntnll ntlil will Iks n( tall he has received from the .onsulllng n private detects whom ateompjiilrd on Hie piano liy Miss y"Tlif criminal docket of the Lincoln , Miss Florence Darnell, or Maysvllle, ',,70VT,ew dnv8 chnrch, and nu-- o ( lrcult Court was completed Monday has accepted a position as trained tho hnd employ d to Inquire, inui thijf(,r envn;r for n trip to Canaan nno nrgument In favor of his a vigorous Luln Dates, of Danville. ro ease by Dr Cook followed this was a hair mid Judge Walker went into the hear- - nurse In the Lancaster nospitnl.. Mls3 case Both Mr. Hammond nnd (iroM other point returning to be nt nome '3.' Uie Tmnsylvanvi Presbytery l)r. comical, August the first to their frlerMcKechnlo were ofthe bellel thnt talk on "tlood Ing of equity cases Darnell has frequently Mra Wanton, or Danville, and others J," cj'"; ii't'o" Wlil." Ills talk was louillv anplaud-cRobert McKechnle bad been ; After the 1. J.'s report cloed for W. D. Walkor and has a number of ho.irt with many loving the transfer of tne young and was followed by Mis., Luclle Friday's paper, n,,, nertH B an interesting surprlso ueull wlth nnd were very much sur- In Lancaster. James Rogers, a to tho Louisville Presbytery in liawllngri on tlio violin. priced when tho telegram came from wishes for tho perfect happiness of Following white man, was given a line of 'll Airs. Elizabeth Patterson, widow of v.'hirii the Kmlnence church Is locat this Prof. II. A Sconip Portland announcing that the ruiis- -' ''"-- ' '"'J" '" bridegroom. made the nn- - nnd cohts and ten days iu Jul Tor the lato Judge James Pattorson, died ed. Tlicro was only .no vote In r Ing man hnd turned up there. mini nddress to the graduates which c.irrvlng n deadly weapon concealed ut the advanced age or '88 years ut or permitting Rev. Hopper to go was followed by a violin holo by While nnj. news to tho effect that Arm Mashed Off Charles umber, who, with Doc her home near this place of generol to Kmlncnte, that of Hov. Carey lllnlu Frank McOraw. Then M'.Mckechnle Is n'lve waii welcome I in a well tim- Turpln, was Indicted for holding, up decline. The deceased had boon an pastor of the Hustonvllle church. ed nnd spoken nddreHi Print .1 W the Information that .ft, mind I Im robbing James Jones, a negro, ar invaled for about 30 years and was a and Closo fi lends of Itev Hopper MAN INJURED paired came ns n great shock l tils FORMER N i;awnngs presented the illpomii to or mar the Traylor distillery. Was devoted and faithful Christian, having' Lexington nre said to be In favor of Miss Kcllcy. this being follow...! He had nuur fclowii any ln- lainllj iy;,lled bcforo Jur whIch waE unabI c been n consistent member- - of the his ignoring the action of the Preshy. the llennldictlon. The sluing of iliratlon o' being trratonal nnd no' Nevs has been agree to on verdict, a the Christian church the greater art of by bis tery nnd accepting the call to Km, cujio can be assigned for the " fr1ulll n(, relntliesrerehed county tt line ueiiiuu i.iiKMii-1tn ijiu rtjimtt poll In thl,; 11 standing convic tier life. The lollowlng children surfor uen Impnlruiet ot his mentality. When timt Joe Chandler, formerly if Lin lnence. "See, Love, I bring thee Flow era'- und 1 to for acquittal . Hum- vive nnd have the sympathy ot the The TrniiFylvnnlu Preibyterj wel- "A Memory" was a feature of lb oc. tion last seen bu was in good lealth utul ' coin, sustnlned a seere Injury- at Ux our was defended by Attorneys P. cumraunlty in their bereavement Mls lll right nr:n comed from Itu sister presbytery In . ' ft'' caslon. r.arils and ot perfectly w.und mind. M. McHobertx, of this city nnd .las. Margaret Patterson and Mrs. George ut imuhed olf In some machinery TeniteMiee Itev P. L. Uruie who Sterling Cluibe, son of Dr. II. S I. Hamilton and K. 11. Tomllnson, ot P. Brown, or this place, Mrs. He lo o! ihn Holler Mills hyuhoti tomes n h tin local pastor Chase, of Soinetsct. us h'ritken I Jim aster, while County Attorney J. Mershon, of Texas, James Pattterspn, AND WE'RE GOINQ TO DO IT, TOO. he wiik rmpio)ed. Mr . hnndler Is a oulnlu id Mr. John iinlnus, of tlio with appendicitis while lure taking in K. Robinson, assisted in tho prosecu- of Arizona and m. Patterson, of ADMINISTRATORS SALE Creek section, and his ninny There are oulte n nt.mber of suo- Neal the Commencement. HI.-- father was tion. Tho case of Turpln on a similar A iidmliiltitrntor of W. I). I.aml, deto the Interior Journal who friend In this ?etiln, win regret scrlbers R'kgrapheil lor and upon ht.s airivnl charge was transferred to Garrard Kev. George A. Joplln, of Louisville, 't consldornb'y behind with tleir ceedlngly tit learn of the uci Uleiit. ceased, I will on Saturday, June J, took was here Sunday and preached thnt tho young man to the St. , We hnn sent out liiv- aulMcrlptlons. county. Humber was re'eased on a 1UI1. sell at public outcry to the highhonplt.il in Lebanon, whnv an bond of $7.0. vornl times but some of you evening nt tne Christian church, his MORELAND tkeg est and best bidder a lot of household h.ie paid no attention to them operation will bo perfoimed in a few subject being "The Feuco at the Top und kitchen furniture. IT, to i!ii barrels Sam Owens Hocker. vno shot Sole Many of tlmee ho do not seem of tho Precipice." "'"' nppi.annce of some of the or corn In yil', a lot ol baled hay, one day b. be pay will i to Inclined Craig to death in Macksville some Miss Harriett Fleetwood, one of 'the vir. anu .Mrs. ueorge i row, oj nan-- . nf- - Mores hau been ery mini, Imprm- - spring wngon, on., our lists dropped from wagon, time ngo, withdrew his plea of not , i... ,. , ropular teachers ot the Lancaster woe wnu uute iieeu yimuiik- .'ir .11111i ter tlio lfct of June nnd the nceouuts (I by p.ilntlng and other rcp.ilrh one new luggy, jhreo horses, two guilty, through his Attorney Georgo Graded school, plnced In the hands of an atloniey .M,.Hsn, Harvey Hopkins Hen nnd Mis. Robert Crow and .Mr. Malt Crow, has resigned her posl. -n lot of bacon, hams ,etc. two D. Florence, and entered a plea of -,tlpn and left last week for her homo ' Wednesday lovs, Wednesday for .loplln, Mo. '"" guilty ol Involuntary manslaughter sets of linrness and other items too lelt in Home, Georgia. .Miss Shelby Mason, of !,ancnbtcr. Is paoer, and other material tins morning on u llshlng trip Mr James iiuuierous to mention. ost of He was sentenced to serle 9 month.! Mr. Reuben Stinnett, aged 93 years,, visiting Miss Willie Denton Logsdir.. advanced tremendously nnd we simp l'rultt wnt ns chaperon Al tums of J'O and under cash In Mlti'H Rutli lioyd. ol Indianapolis, In the county jail nt hard labor. ,. Montgomrn ly cannot ntford to send the paper to died of infirmities .Incident to hl ad- A(. w hand, all sums over ten dollars purnegro, vanced ago at nls home U alter Anderson, a young Margaret Overstreet nnd Lottie .'t'iour -- t niurtdny Inm, Cna.tan.K.gn. at Camp Kel- - ' chaser will bo required to execute a and who killed another negro named son. Tho burial was at ML OliveL . ' Westerrleld, of Paiksvllle, wero piests nper and scoMf you are among the Ing closed ti good ni e;lng good security payable in near McKinney, In a light, was rm, vuung people of Moreland tool: note with delinquents. And don-- : gel mad If during Com of Mrs. II. . Wilson The National Troubadours, a home .', bank tor tdz months. you doia get your paper, (or we rant sentenced to the reform school until talent performance, wns given" at the ,,, , nlghL ,fthl WwneM.ny mencement. begin at 10 o'clovck A. M. away Hed Sale will Nuf Iford to give It 1 1 2 Tncy went ulnuwt to Danville and nt tho Into home of W. II Umd on The remains of Mrs. Wlltse Ham. he Is l'i years ot ngc and then- to bo opera house here Friday oventnK,nnd tier, who died Wedncbday, were bui. taken to tho penitentiary to serve drew a liiree nnd enthusiastic erowrii. ' . back by Junction City. Mr. nnd Kaet Main LETTER then ANOTHER btreet, Stanford, Ky. Irom one to six. years. The entertainment was under the aus- "Sa FROM SQUIRE M'KECHNIE' Mrs J C Neal chaperoned the party. v. L. M'CAKTV. Admr. W. II. Land. led In tho local cemeaVy Thursday I pices of'tho" Indies' Aid Soclety'of the Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Cox and family alteriioon. Sho iB survived by lid, Col. J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer. New VorK, May 25 ChrUtian church, but the managePiano Tunar In Slam. Porter. Odcar, Jim Hamner and Mrs. ari, IsitDK relatives hero. ' Piano toners appear to have a good ment of It under the direction of Miss Joumal: Dear Inti-rio- r Sho was US years of Hello Illuckcty. Moreland Dnimatlc Club wld NOTICE time in Slam. In the recently pub- Loubelle Jolly, who has a fine reputa Just berorc M0(,n UlW, Diamonds nnd lleurin teady ago. All parties having claims ngalnBt on the deep blue nea. lor urenentntiou. utartlng out Mrs. Margaret Brown :eft .Monday lished Journal of Mnie. Jottraud, th tlon tor getting up shows, lly request . or W. It. Lane, deceased, tho uitalo I thought I would wnte jou a fcwj to her wife of a French official in Bangkok, tho performance was repeated Mon riio ball game played Here laH are hereby directed- - to file lor a tlsit of soverul weeks n our friends trough curiosity Thursday George Vermillion In Dan abe notes as a most Important event dnv evening. .Moreland and same between Una. undersigned, f&thir, Mr. with the "a visit from the gentleman who conr I'ho grocery store on Depot street ville. at Iwist will likely wnnt to know howCrilh orchard rekulti1 IS to ft In proven juo,)erly as w have gotten on our Journey to or 0f Moreland. Miss Lone la l.liglo ha finished descends to tuae our piano. Th ar- Will again chango. hands. The present ' jy law on or before juno iu, rival of this Important personage, who owner, N. G. Lee has sold his goods Scotland. We took In the city of 1DI1, nnd all parties knowing them- her school ut tho ball t,n itolllng Fork has Just landed from Singapore, is eaRAH FOR RODNEY New Vork yesterday and got tp ee and Is notv with her patents, Mr. nnd gerly looked forward Us and so great to Joseph Turner and J. S. Carpenter, selves indebted to W. H. Land, or the both of the vicinity of Bryantsvllle. (llarrodtibiirg Herald.) I'resident V. ll TnIL but did not Is the demand for his services that be firm of Land & Huchauan w:ti settle Mrs. S. T. Llngle. A ruattji game of base ball will be Mrs Mary Jenkins, aged 81, died extorts SO francs for tuning an Instrukuow who he was until ho wag out of. 'ihrouxh the wntciitulucbs of Coun same at once. played thlg afternoon (Tuesday) betight Our attention wan alio by aty .ttoiney Keenon .Mercer county Is v. I. M'CAKTY, Admlnlbtrator of nt the home of her dauguter, Mrs. ment. After leaving hero be proceed John Routon Frlady evening, an h to the Siamese Malay States and from tween the Stanford and , Lancaster jHillccmnn ga'loplng his hon.o up 32nd likely to get a good sum of money W. II. Land, deceased. U'- -l tebiilt ot a fall In which sho sustain t&enco to Uorneo. Sarawak, the Feder- nines Shcrin C. A. Robinson, of Garand yelling to clear tho streets' In tlio treasury. It will be remember htriet She wab, the wid- ated Malay States and then back to rard bought IT L'i.Vpound hogs from 1 ed u broken nrm told my wife It wn to clear the led that nt the last October term ot MONEY TO LOAN. Singapore. Not a bad round for a pi- U. .Montgomery, of the Bourne section Ht reels lor tho lire grlgade, then came Court, Mr. Keenon secured a Judgment On any ow or the late Clinton Jenkins, of Huf. ano tuner.'" London Chronicle. county Lincoln rands. In nt I cents a pound and 1C 230-l- b. by ono daugh thought for H.ftOO ngnlnst the lioodB Honda nmount over $3,000 Hato of interest tonville, nnd is the antes wlthi the party. porkers from Mr. How. Ing at the same, they were well dressed for tlremen us Machinery Company. The prosecution 0 per cent. Term, 5 years, with ter, Mrs J. F. Routon. Her remains Llko a Man. price. Lawson and Brown, bought 40. , il they had on bee gum lintr, and mak- frcw out of tho purchnso ol u rock privllego to pay after ono year. Fltst were taken to Hustonvlllo Satuiuay "Well, old Jenkins certainly bore his 200pound hogs from C. A. Robinson county l3t year, und mortgage, if you aro In need of money nfternoon, vvhero they were buried In misfortune like a ing inquiry tuutul It was .Mr, Taft anil crusher by the bald his friend. man.' poraers from J. at $0.60, 10 t party, then it wns too late to sli'e tho the Indictment, wiib based on tho will loan you up to 40 per cent of tho tho cemetery at thnt P ace Sund.iv "Ah! Courageous, and all that sort I don't wnnt to detain Tho Machinery Company valuo of your land. For further par- In the piesnnce of a laigo ctowd of of thing, what?" said the man who did T. Holtzclaw at the same price and, statue. crowd up. as hogs from David Ander-to10 not know Jenkins. tlio ship Irom starting. I will cIobo 13 a Pennsylvania corporation and paid ticulars wrlto to O. 11. Swlnobroad, friends nnd lovd ones. cents, Lawson nnd Urown nt 5 Miss Penrl Uvnns, of Harrodshurg, no attention to the suit. Mr. Keenon Attorney, l.ancaster, Ky. "Well, not so much that," said bis for thlB time, will write from tho Is tho guest of Mis. Kcndrlck Kelly. friend. "As n matter of fact, he made bought 40 lambs fto ., -- . P. Weaver hnd an eye to the windward, howevtrcr side o nurrlvul. cents, a bunch oi minis uuuf Mrs. W. A Reynolds has leturned rather n fuss about it. What I meant nt u er, and found out that Spencer cunnty Yours. Sour Milk. cents und from n visit to Mrs. II S Chas iu was that ho blamed It all on his wlfo." Mrs. Jorn Sanders at o owed the Machinery Company Jl.liuO JAS. McKKUHMU. Milk Is composed of solids and water. n number of lambs from Dave Stevens Loudon Globe. and In order to collect the Mercer Coagulated milk, which is called curd Somerset. at tho sumo figure. Lawson and llrown Misu Acnes Cieen Is visiting In I county Judgment ho attached tblb in the country, Is rich Iu casein. It WASH THOSE PIMPLES OFF hospital for u course as trained nurse. shipped n car load of lambs to Cinmoney. Then the Machinery Company contains carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, Danville, being the guest of Mis .Mrs, Joe Pettus nnd children, of cinnati Wednesday nnd a car of bogs, showed nitrogen nud sulphur, u combination of Palmer. Vho I). D. D., thnt mild, soothing sat up, and took notlco and s fight. Hied n counter claim and nnlmnl chemicals of great value. Whey-IMr. F, T. llurke Is having the bur-l.e-r Sprlnglleld have been recent guests Saturday, II. II. Northcott shipped a It wash, that recognized remedy for the wntcry part of milk. It contains shop occupied by Johnnie West of Mia. Kllzabeth Mct'arley. Mis. L'd. car ol poultry to New Vork and a car Urst uskod that the J 1,500 Judgment bo set a natural sugar. Mnuy people throw nnd nil skill troubles. Price und N. H. Price wete in Stan to Pittsburg nnd n cat o- - cr;s to buring nelde on tho grounds thai the com- sour milk avvny. Wise ones utilize it. pnlntid. drops take away that awful laiit week. pany hnd received no notice of tho Dy draining off the water curd relliown, of Parksvlllo, lord the paiit week with Dr. nnd Mrs. Miss Lucella tho skin wm.li nvvny Itch, clcunso Mud-UoDi. and .Mrs. Ramsey, ot Chattanool Impurity. Noth-Jn- first cake in which the judgment was mains as n solid. Put a cupful of curd who ha8 been visiting tier aunt, Mrs A. S. Pi Ice. Mr u. Cdna nice, of plmplo-tovc- ry overy and 'son, ot Mexico, wcro guests ga, ure guests of Garrard relatives, . tho complexion rendered, and that tho summons was in u cheesecloth nnd twist tho loose J. il HankTi, has icturu to nor nomo. llko P. ! l days of Mrs, Kdna Francis Miss Mary Held retunet. Wednesday ends together nnd bung vvhero It will Mrs. William Caskey, of Corbln, is for buvut-(liet a 'Jft cent trial hotUo today-w- orth not served on nn ngent of theit wat drain overnight. Iu theitmorning place Judge Wnlker said thnt vUttlng her inotbcr, Mrs. Miuy Mrs. it. L Hubblo wns in Lexington foin school at Midway., II. P. Gregory to have ft ten times Its cost for the rommeiicnnnt exorcises at hag been In Winchester visiting hi to begin it in a dish nud flake it with it fork Frnncts Wells. bottle In the house. At any rote, prop too lute for the company and salL filvo it to the children nud Mrs. William TroBycr nnd nelco, Hamilton' L'ollego., lijjr daughter, Mlsj sister, Mrs. II. Hall. Miss EMulla Conn talk over the merlin "hostilities," nnd decided In tavor ol tell them it Is the same thing that Miss Into our store to at tue ueucoutiuss county It looks as if Mercer Mufflt was eating when along came tha Mis, Anna Ohler left for Corbln Mon. (Vlattbj'IerHubbleMnpione OPfihiJ is m lxjui4Vii of this wonderful prescription. 8hu Mercer (Continued in next column.) will bo able to collect tho Judgmout. duy, vvhero the latter will bo with her graduates of a class of 33, plder. Now York World. Stanford ,Ky '.SAYS MIBSINO MAN DROTHER IS THERE IMPAIRED. WEDS FORMER LNCOLNITE DEAUTIFUL OIRL AT DAN. VILLE. PRES-DYTER- u '- - "trmVtr ,,, -H-mU father and mother ana tho former will spend tho summfjr with her parents, Mr. and Mm. John orvcll. Mliw Uraco Stone, of liurgln, who has been teaching In Mldd.Vsboro, slopped over with her rriond, Miss Ittith Keanc, on her wty name. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. C. Dinwiddle have returned from n visit to his sisters. Misses Mattlc and Minnie Dinwiddle, In Iioulsvlllc. Mr. K. D. Sweeney nnd daughter, little Miss Mldred made a business trip to Stanford on Tuesday. Mr. it II. West lH the proud possess or or u Colllo pup which Is so small that It eats and sleeps In a pint cup. For a bath It uses an empty sardine can. Mrs Annie Harris Kngleman will entertain with a linen slower In lion or or Miss Snllle Taylor Woodr", the orldo of June 3th, vvlih n linen -- how-cr nt her homo in the country on June Oth from :: to ft o'clock. The average prices of live stock on the Chicago market last week ar. complied by the Drovers Journal were, cattle $5,110, hogs $0.12, sheep ll.fo, and lambs $0.00 The averages on the corresponding week of last year were, catt'o $7.C"., hogs $D.6G, NEW PRESBYTERIAN PASTOR WELCOMED b i ' e ' I t. ,c 1 ii. ; - . -,' Henry-count- ,r half-serio- ' d o la-o- 11 i jo - j - "'"' - ex-ar- e one-hor.-- v ZpminrTtt?&" ,. ...... C-- .? .,. &ttoX& hv A'-to- rn - 7P 1 2 antl-triib- d n 25-t- 4 2 -i Mai-shn- ll Win-Chest- g n D-- fr corn-pun- FRANKS Utterly Arraigns Judge CRea in Speech at Barbour yille. " . Opens campaign .v themselves together. Generally cover of .larknes.. and take from th. -,. m. n.r.nn. "rixt af offenses more or less grave, and put them lo death. a law giving the Governor I fav , the rlcht under certain condition-- to remove from office, any offlcer or Jailor who -- hall .permit a nob to take m i. ha .ii mi prisoner charged with any crime whatever This law hue boon recently Invoked wit "ayae i.. ., for nomination Declare. That Republicans Must Stand For Law Enforcement cr Meet Political Ruin. DENOUNCES MOOS AND NIGHT RIDERS liarbourvlllo, Ky.. May 22. Rarely if ever In the history of Kentucky haa one candidate for tint nomination for Governor of the Slate so mercilessly p.rralgncd another ns K. T. Franks nr- ralgned Judgo O'Rear In his opening i.pcech hero today. After declaring for redlstrlctlng. for ..... rev" ion. for .. M..Mn1 AW1 k.. INJ. Kit KIIIUIIIH uiiu ri ilUI mtH ir luaiio. IUI tho endorsement o fie r unity unit in tho lUoT .III as.. advocated Mr. Franks paid that tho most luiKrtant matter before tho people of tho Stato today Is the enforcement of (ho law, and ho tlcclared In effect that and Ihero arc not enough In tlio Hepuhllcan party who iMiidldnte lo nominate or elet docH not stand firmly for law and orMr. Franks' speech, which was der. g heard and approved by n crowd, was In part as fol.x plat-'fornight-riders s rccord-tireakin- were. iumn driving men from tno Hinie. men were liclng threatened, and no one else was threatened mul yet the d.-- I lawTkeXlo- - tbeir Judge says that you could not push an Idea through their heads with a ! again he says: business ,..d inviting In, , IW lh.m bayonet. And any opponent. Demo. , ,,,-- ,. "If, however, mlrr.1t on. ..lore man one n.i.iiu.i . , crat 'of Hepuhllcan, cares to take up prepared to meet I pro id th a t o tho'other sldu, am nd I an laborer.. How many of them came to ftana of them know me, as I am proud him on the subject." surprisingly small lnnny A I will take the other sine ami innitc Kentucky? :"" law abiding people Where did they go? To lo.Kno.wt.nem: appeal number. In that sneech nt Hopklnsvlllo I my Kontucky to the t nm willing to abide Hut every plare except Kentucky. stated that If I were n farmer I would of their decision, even on his state-mun- i num-, that la not the won . a B rKa.,Mtlons by ,)e, of UlpIr mmlo nt HonkliiHVlltc, and lg- nor oi inose wo aireaur nun wnv to gone awa, w thin XeTe'pr.'ce "of 'fa.1 pdnoU. '"l noro his statement at Frankfort, that, Kentucky-ha- ve . ... : nrcely ou can (he past year. rIght ( farn)prg hny(l . travel on a train leaving Ken-,M for sef.,,rotectlon. and I a candidate for (lovernor. -- e veryfarmer in "Vf .'"Sl-'SS-i.' 0 course the IHmocrats are not now. seeking homes In n distant land and 0, evy other farmer. I irnlne to ficllt Jtlilge O Hear will him nominated, and by h, It? You can talk for business. k tV(J j,ar(Uh,,g through which y(m can talk for Immigration, you can .. .arn,er ,mg.P8 cach year as he tolls hohYthelr flre until after the nomlna, Kill I nPTII .11.11 IIWW .,.. tnlk prosperity for our State until you to mnk(J nn' honegt IvK for himself .I.. - HA mndn , . ., i i. firov.' hoawe. but It does no good. ,ie)ement UIM,n him. eating enter my soinnn in Tinfiiiiiiirnn " " i.i ha narii Law and Order Must Come First" two meals n day by Inmpllght the year-- ! holding "Mrsi. nuu uciure !.. round, taking chances with tue eie- - !h. a can date for over or jhe world, must come Law and Order. montRi lo havc tils crop ilMtroynl views on law and order that have " by Fewer mobs nnd less of the mob b tIr0Utll or itootl. ami, should ho es- - been express,.d piih"cl Whenever the Hepuhllcan Hplrit uiul the certain and unsparing rnpe bolh nn(l Kather abundantly nt O'llear Lincoln, of Grant thei,'rarty of enforcement of the law will convince jinrve8t tm0i (0 have great eomblna- v .i .. ... t iiiwuo. ill. an " in iii.iirinnni nil iinrnnui ir rrimiii. "" '" ' ....... ," "";;:; tW. r..nakiiii.iiiiit jprinciples the YT" . .v.. i.v... u.B imira, tnobs times below tho cost of production, of Law nnd Order and winks nt Into go This Is the common lot of the farmer ,.nd mob violences, t should M with koo.1 effect by a Democratic uiMerrtood aa U of men who till the Mil. ths farmeri of Kentucky, oecauie It hu been laid by some who ar- - .tn ome o. porting other candidate. the farmer, of Kentucky would vote agaln.t me because, of what I w about the Night Riders In a speech I r, t IIopklBMllIj In 1908 Id (In not hold that Hepuollean farmer, are against mo nn that 1 was account or any other account the "Med on a farm I have farmers, my neighbor., to build their ta.t great army ttWHiMy wi y tkat tlM eMtera Btrtr moltte4 on except Btbt rldert. If tlw oePi of Ibe tew la the countle. whr Ui night rider, lived and did their work could not or would nnt suppress thent. do you mean to .ay that the soldier, could not change their Ideas from those of mob member, lo those of peaceful cltUensT They wer. WIIlM people, they were burning homes, they were destroying depots, they were owi but Ui l.vlnr rltlts In ashes, they were ter arSch1: WW "re nirnrrtrle3 .,. '" " 1 of r iw ntffct sko has nfferwl crlavously hands of th lawless from other at mob sad Democrats counties. The came thai destroyed her beautiful city They travel from another county from one county to another. There "D-M- -F are not' many of them, although Judge are enough ot O'llear thinks thor them to nominate him for Oovernor. ZfieUfM aai Tney can nin a j tie I mistaken Unique TetttirM of Mew Trett- If all Hepuhllcan conventions. Into" , , Crette Xaer meBt,'D.ll-Fthe Hepuhllcan night riders In Ken-- I mom Demand. tucky should attend the convention In I Christian County, where ho opened hi. fnmiialii. there would not bo taectn la Tear Csi Oasrsat!. . enough of them to carry that county ut.a an. I ttinnlha nf FonlltlUOlt Tiie rhrumatles nro ovr. for Judge O'llear, because there areIn Chris,iniqun remedy erer known, powerful moro law and order reoplo nro llepuli- - Mfn nml ettectlre. U now conceded to t tlan County than there , Mean night riders in the entire Stntrj hft u They are of Kentucky. wlW.Bni .yn.p- .Imlse O Hear Is sup- - ,M" n..n.Mr.ii ami posed to bo a Hepuhllcan; but, to read his speech, one might havo somn douht. Yet Hopklnsvlllo Is whero liulge O'near went to open his campaign. LsLV and before the Ink was dry on iw ......,.. u n cnnumnio hi fepvinBa.vn) .bsbsbh Bbbl nwftttTlr rir. IHnumflct Rath Fir Ixtrordinry ut tr M. t, ,,, Br ,., Trial Hon, Y V 1 bred ni Aincrli sBstswWn srLmli Hill conl 'i 2:. l- : T Xr,aC'W ,.' f t..-.- i.. """".-.toL-int..- - lr."L luK-ini- ;Z: ..- ':.. Dawson Springs, where fhe night rl.r ers visited one f h. lea ding ho e s aiNiiu n.- .perch, an.1 took there rom o no of th n go ta guests o he hotel whipped him ' .v. ,....., tho roiiniry. nna ip toinvtim proere.. o. u.r ..mMm . u, nlcht riders ,. :... " " ' leavr siiom ami yuu are noi uu yi uouui n. ". .... tin). ii " v.-- ,., Is forcc.1 'V;iii: iie.-- ii of if. he at .., .uff,r, yr.,Wti, ,iu..,.. 'distant State. The Judge, , ,, .r.lown.uir. , tB wn. In dally commiinlra srnKH P.u ...- th. aid nf ...mnhh,, .. ""k tmn In that part of ion ..i,h hls I I l..nr. ,m, " " rtimbtless received the Htate; nw. uu of snpri-iro- m mnnv ..'.... nw r.n . Imornlle night riders. ny iim'uh.k ..,,.M.K clirt.. rhwlB111,um.ln nomntt.r nnu no innttcr now ciinmio. wllll. ' the cl max where, I.ut for nrw f.r prov. g"VKfchrlX? t?ut.l. a mi. imbrn.Bn.l.rVl..U.o.r..lt hn. nl. J"" record fist: i' 1 -t nt Kcc ,.., JJ Onwnt ftlli. - ".., looh' ";" """"": brlno Ijidy by 'J I '""!" .and . uh.t ,r ,.,, ,vr.r. era In MS V .,i..ni ,.ui ''.' . 3rd .lie o 4th silo V Mil I ;.,'" .'"'.' fr,, frb. Ned Turnr Thi innrei g ;;r, -- ? O'Hear may have thought he of ur,. . ... -- " When I mnilo my announcement as UlCKy since lsoa wiiuoui a ...r-- .. "-.,, WB. rigui to multa. lir.n ini rviiiarsnmn to the other, burning tobacco antcrd , p.cultr ...llou in th. B candidate for Governor, I staled that cept at ono tlmo the Republicans had- ment. and If tho people think he thing that I factories, shooting a- railroad engineer In rvrrr rartMn. I would not make a speaking cam ih trniisK. but the DemocraU con- the rlcht thing or the and '"f nt yi.ur ilruv.ui-- s ni iijni at that tlmo. off his engine, whipping people paign for the nomination, giving ns a , trolled the Senate. If there Is no law- 0UKht to havo been sain Jf 71HI ar. Mttin.il with It a equal, he should committing almost every crime ami R rprvininn risr reason my fear that it would engenin K.nrtirKV in minipii crva. luii uum-' used Vnile ton nomlnMed. but when you do nom. . der bad feeling, and thus make It .Ion. of wealth, formedIs nnd fault to lgo hs, ! n of lnBt. hlm. If you do. you have struck ji it wtl'T--' the h; oppre tho people. It moro dllflcult for us to win In Novcra-tieh t . ,t of Mcdlcln. LZ, .MM rwrlpt f prlc party and not the faut a biow at the very corner-stonthe Is univerbut the Democratic th. hennl III. You should think well could still sally allowed to be the first law ot of the Republican party. 1 promise. If- clv ,lbcrty runcoin Ar.. Ing glas.4 ho tramp I the mM ,uf. rat tl nnl mtu wlll nature, and If Judge O'itcnr or any elected Governor, to enforce Impartial- Mre nlnK Jour decision. h" . to which Judge night mob, an I Iw kn''' ? ly. without fear or favor, such existing ono else thinks that ho can como and Tno conference shot Id "" Gov- - the smoke that Recommended and Sold Dy laws as may be Invoked against the 0.,l(nr ,,,,,,1,.,, was called by the attack mo In my own home without employment of capital In a manner . aftt.r ,he night riders had hangs low .wr " ' f ""''",h getting into a scrap, he Is destined SHUGARS A .mNNER. thJe torch t J'rlnceton. Hopkins- - g. .od old ( hriBt," use oppressive to the people, and tb to a rude awakening when hu tries It. " burning '' " J.n,''7nC, the tI may be at my com- - P,e and HukhoIvHIo. nnd about th all the power that to take tho I have decided Stsnford, Ky. . passage of lawB in.n . th.. ...fam lodges was mur- - of which .raand to secure the .... fctttmp, In'advoqacy ot my claims for .. .. . ... ..a.....ii .. . . H,i. iTnitri Hinies Kiuri hi ji:iirihu. b .... .. . ,i v - :. ! UliU win rumuaii, uirai. tierctl in CO u nimm uj !.. i..t and say. the the Itopubllcau nomination for Govare " hJ wrongful operations of caplt.tl. That ' presence of his wife ernor, and If It Is a speaking camgOUC tl Sh(U d .. .... T" . ln the. .' ..- It A. -- ...I k r,r,Kkrr. law III th mall this timellttVO o,ven hi. cam- - Dorsey Golddust 12052 paign that Judge O'Rear wants, I .'"n. v'";-- can not get ?.aD to , ,"" ".".i.L' and ol.ee at Ar .r.rnn,. rball accommodate him to his heart's admit that I am at a .. ii ihi, lni'" Tb'en " ." snou.u v 13. T 1'RANKIv -k.ri hir wits ;nalcn.. t will ... , .".- -. ,, ui.. .rn.... oruer content, though I repeat my opinion -- -- ll. ......n- . ..tmltr ll.al the u. ......lirnlhlT 111 KBIl'lB.- Z0. Zl'.l. you .should elect men wno win eniorce aimu them. Tbov should have sain I. ios-- i . ... . that It would havo been better for the the world that we rai-ato - vii i ni Kill lililWl wliat wo say, .. ....-- ,, ... v ....v.w. t,B Hcht thing al ine rigni i iiukui "" nut lor uous sase, ior iuc liarty If no speeches had been made rn' tnni wo :hull get n n .nnl money Ifr. o eves of the world were on mobs that burned I'rlnceton and Hci,U(J Xfy Vermont oUAwnX. I.i0-- hu your State, your home and ,," the July convention. until after u. .... ., your rnmny no not undertake to se- - Ifon,llpU u there klnsvllle. or nave a on Ju,tln MotKall. .h ,criP,J: I have been here many times bejoiiuid tOKOthor make htittiuem, anil through the mob. A mob no I'hysl- - night riders or the- ta.e. wnere ,.r ,v cure redress thPre battle that whcti vc bhall havo tbcni Ola fore. In .every .. tO OrlnC f . .k- - i. " " "nuvor u.tt.l nnvthlnp .nt ihe rouhi he nrcseni. rr.AH you. have badjfor the past 'twenty-yrarI .lir.ar.ir. nirnn the coiumunlty. ami for- - Fm". " '!II Mnssoni es tin? roso. .V Hut. gentlemen. l that the way to an ,mK .vrnblan Ktalllon Zllfadl. nr m neonle I have come to your aid at the t" ink I' i'f-'' 'i oer tl..,frm .,.. bring capital to yimr Sate? The forwho engaged In the Thi.- - dam ot Dorsey ISolddttn 1. first call, and 1 havo rnjojxd my visits lii.i. time lo btcaU cut in no HiiC'TUiu eer JJin" thosemau.f lo any nonrsr '','"." .. wU.-. " mob. It is tin "' "-- i" illicit' norencr ,he trU8t was..,do- - elgn .. inves.or. nn Golden Mlttgo a sou of thnt to your city very much Indeed. I trrnis lor Law nnd Order. A county farlrll,r tl, iay H,..n naiir -"--" tnii tv in'l gft mad at line wrong, nnd for that wrong u cr .; ' ...... .. ...fl,..i II, ut u'llt nnt. . . MrKnn. .. r ...... nlways feel at home In the mountains. ,,,.. t..w r.... . ......-.. .nom ..u.t , nun shed ntr nun. nou kV(, I have campaigned so much in the tirotcct Uk ettbens, , iron, the lushest VIIU .irr iitnuunano muoi,n,mp,,tt,i o ""f" g Inhred your nig . Nutn did he Arl , ivrj inance .. " i r iM.0n a ., nmnrr stand troubles Wnlch side wns M- - ;.lorgati Ihli Is nn jnnmsrly nuw in nlace. They nd mountains that I feci as much at lo the humblest. ami nil allKP. in noi nMM, n.i nf the ;oirer rlrmrnfi in "."' . . . ... nn htnilion. ino uimiq rider ih. homo up here as I do to Jackson's vorthy of Its name nnd plan., and the ,h,. Judge O'Rar's friends ore denmiHt. A rich dappled bay. black or iim 'o '" ?" . "' "t..r.. n,. went and the strong mir 1'urchase, where I was born and i 'ht to eovcnv should in, tans 6,m, tHCel ,,,'- Vu bounce ;. '"'" "' " ''" ,rn.C()Tnm0n level, ampler boMtlnx that, he l'onnyrlle, where j rom ii. , -- .... .. r..... . reared, or in the r- -r...... .: . iu beginning trlcl to open nis oinipniKn. ". ui..- Tuiluraliy tiiut,- i.i' p,ic . --t- my homo has been so long. In thu w ,, h . ..Ier. .. . " Gentlemen. It Is neetiieu. Mr mo in th .WW 1, per supporting hlm said. O'Hear has . Sk,,brSiv"H "j, wa, , ... ...r... ...- -.. ...... iu.-u- lr.t twenty years I have had the tnv 10 vou iani i vun n iifuuuin.au, - irtL in Aiimnainv inrn u. Ann a ...... . tno lion in nm oen. ,......r,i ti.-t- Kern horje. 1 be r of spoaktng In one hundred holding fabt .to all the fundamental ,.,in thut is in sympathy with the nml, I toad In the Slate Incisure W eialn the tine of were eight other .M.triet. . ....-. r.ml ten of the ono hundred and ninenr;nc in es Ot me liurir, ..un iu-- -. tmi . o4 no: loin ll ll no lias ine uu ..." .,......,....... nau no raniiiuam nr win t ne wheh rr ....n ...-- . ... ..n-- ...... teen counties of the State. Wherever i.r.iiis thai 1 atr1 not mi iiiHi.rgeni man l'!"v" In courtesy he mlglt nave miu ir n.'; ,rtuc.ty. Is a greater coward .ion or six months .rn.ir. of from trftA.tr of inie road, show I have spoken, my views on the fundaSnl satis- merit s a priMlm-oI i''i ut- - allow Senator thosH who do join, and that U the re.t-ot RcimblieaP. to twelve months In the county Ja I. mental principles of the Republican he has and sale horses. A I.m.K nt sum auu ,iiyti not Join. ifr'ollctte mid (enatnr Il'iurne Ui do BOn may so fine and Imprison -- III be convincing court tolt partr ere well known. iv thliiUiiig. and 1 do not propose to Asiil Judge O'Rear on Mob Rule, or the the Jury- - I'ro- - designs on my tounty. a. is mouh The natural resources of Kentucky foilow where thcy'lead. 1 notli'td an j Jurfgn o'llear had something to eiy at tho discretion of been brought by by the letters he Is writing to no my stnnfor.!. . r..o.tlnirs could have r.ro not surpassed In Importance or article In a Louiavlllo paper oi May (about ntyb. In his speech nt ilopklns-I!I County Attorneys or precinct committeemen of that conn' Ky.. nt J 15.00 to Insure a Itvmt: colt. one of equaled In variety by those of any tya r.urt of which 1 endorse and a ' any any one lit iiiii'j-.""- . Since Judge O Rear made nis an- Mur vllh e. Washington d.ito lim. . i kept at 10 cent per Ctt) . 1 ru i,art of which I do not endonte, Hn uy other State. Her shores are washed int. that l.ai'Oilouo nuu it.;;ir..i not so much a given but not respun. ,)fi wealth Attnni.)s llie courts are- nouncement to lime district. Courtesy l'trrt ly more .mlle3 of navigable streams Ii! ly to held ti now national Ids said. In waking of the nttltude 01lear, slt- sent a letter 'open nlwajs. and Judge tlblt? for arcldents or escapes. than are possessed by any other My friend. Judge O'ltrar. tn :ipolo- - Governor WJlison lowaru ninn demands certain things of candidate --ug in F. REIO. on State; her soli Is as fertile as thn j gl? im for some of tho things ia hla "t"-; Tha Oovernor knew- , my. views ..... for the high olITce of Governor, nnd . . ...III .L J..r,.... "..,. Delta of the Nile; many of her moun- (ilullorm. ham Hint micii . tho slt'ia:iou. ior ai nis inaiauir i n... Tl.n.r. If the raf-i-'- l.."l got Hi His murt no man understands that courtesy betthem t l.l... .... tains and valleys are covered with lLeiiiiblicHi.il ns Senator UlKullutto HI WHI' i hvvu ...... ...... m. tb lino to ter than Judge O'Rear, but ambition virgin timber that has ucvor yet ami Kenalor rtotimo bait I- m advo 'subjeet I said III the sjievch (the Why did be not advise what CROMWELL'S McDONALD, JR. has dethroned courtesy, and th. Imtt.-aof snylni;: the sound of tho woodman's ax; entile (hem fur ytam. Jiiilg" O'Rear Frankfort speech) that the Governor pursue can lint hh an fden through temptation was so great that he could "Vou no State ha3 more coal, nnd none can may louow wnure iney icitu u .. waj 'ft rm commended ior ins raunn Cromwell's McDonjtd, Jr., a black: hrnd with a bayo not resist It. Judge O'Umr. of course. produce It moro cheaply; wo havo .Ulies, but I tay lo you that I will to restorri ifjiro nnd protect life nnd an has the right to comtnet his campaign .... . . . IP. .n...l. , net ... f . . ...... alr.l. ...... In ...... fluor-sparlead, zinc, and the host i.ot. s... B.n. ... property, as well as to bring lo 1Mb .n.! of as he sees tit. nut wnen a man coni. r... ir. s In abundance. quality of the violators of the law." nskc.l a friend a to dnyu ago If ind home of the brave for Into my district and throws down th. hnd. r, years old. nnJ Is an excellcHU ., There Is enough vatc- - , n(..r, unused l.i Iclicvcd i:i n prnj;rcsr.lvo Uepuli - -- . -- -'f Judge O'ilenr had stopped there ii... free the spirit. I th nK gaun e . Wili,T. h(JW. and overy ii , said: . end going to wasle, n "j'hnt rtewends." hu naid. tlm world would have-- ....... "Well mobs ever) nmn mobthat peace corner- - ." " . ........... ; . 11, .r at .... that nnu of e r tin .is'o muiwiieel ana spi 'fhfif . ci.' t'nee .Tivp i. iiiaii r..in mint .rno.i what itiiii.iui nrivjui. which ence should' hav said that law and .unlet and security aadI the rights m fniiiiwidr. McDomhl, Jr.. was sire--L .. he said next, i listen to u cut 4iclne a bushel of coll. rsd ret' "I'P i by Cromwell McJMinnld, he l.j t.r.l.r muse rrtgn and that peace must : the cltlen much a. : . npam.(Coaj. ccn to cverca ai our. I". II (l III l . ll I f.l ItlWItl'l ii,,. ii,.rin!,. '.r.il'f.! .11. that bad ., r'-- ' I.I.I in and accept the gage. JlcOonald, S'i'i, Inr by lllacK Bqulrrol ut a lower oust than ii,..,,, .,jrtr. nnnthcr'wuy is toward thn i ' But 1 further Bald that In my opln- - be established, have those mob :nai lurna'ce doors violence for tho nomlmrtfon. I met hhoul.t almost anywhere else on this earth. nemocratlc party, and tho third Ion the disorders were aymp.omaiic. - with that stern determination uiai of battbi. and' hi thf best of my ability.- - bir-dam Lucy. iclhinald by itmeK Wo are In cloie proximity to the was oucw known that tb.iy rllected the feeling nf reIs toward what Squirrel. 1st da Mutr Alar.. UU7 all that Jaw- will defend- my canse. T Southland, where there "anil that would have convinced encouragement leans everywhere say that my II iicpenus on I seuiawnt i iuiuj b." 7;:h by Washington, bi. breakers could And no nimw-- ll right, but some- tuvalts us a ready market for every-tilin- which way a man progresseK whether I had suSoivd long oppression law antLorder and especially for tha law had not afforded1 them any at thv State Capitol, or that wo manufacture. We have I licllevo in him or. h irogros3lve the Court of who are supporting other candidates Snd dam SmltltiJIare bv John DilinnJ remedy; that the surest way to pre none from a member tuer natural resources, and we have should bo nominated th 3rd dam Kavamxlgh'k Grey Knglii 7. or not Rut, Instead. say that outbreaks wm to remove Appeals of the State. bombshell Into night ridi-r-irf would voto against inn. similar s tho raoa to develop them. A. braver That remiiulR ine of nu lnw:rlpttou vent cause of them: that th. growers Judge O'Rear threw a rtlU nor,e-,- doln (.lllmmer. l a the "Take nnd more patriotic citizenship, on tho I onte lead on ft tombstone -- : - "X Wastx ' wag could not If convinced' tttat they were tho camp of l.aw and Orderof that aXI-S'RBi.Swhole. Is not to be found iu any Stale, up thy rross and follow me." A 5 the Ington-jt- . .xihlngton h sire I1.7 Croni not being outr.igeouslyr oppresstu u) kindled more flro In the breasts end whr should not Kentucky forgo v,ote beneath: mob sympathizers that I los.-- "shall get two Democrats. threats of punishment;, that you could night riders and Democrats, In his pibce. well 7- -, Ait 8in Fayette Demauck S'), to the front ft3 one of the leadlus jn follow you I'm not Intent than nil the speeches and all tho ed I have no fear of the result on that no by an Idea through an States of the Union In farming. In Tm i find out which way yon went." not pushhead with a Bayonet." Wnshunlon lenmark fA. had gono before, wny. - I itorials that progressive or Insur-uu-d manufactures, in mining. In educailoii ' Tnj. scorr. air. me the nomination nd I oXcoaptll hnr wll ,mlke he What does Judge O'Rear mean by Hecause at that time he was a01mem- will take enro of the nght riders. of the House and In .11 tho varied Interests of a KCI,i Republicans 1110 Court of Appeata twr of -- -. ... groat people Inhabiting a great landf senate have been very kind to l'resl-- . that? Docs he mean' to say that the State, th mnrt or last resort. If I wnen my .. sianu . t.enriemen, , rt. north of L.r., Mrrhr.l. on te.. I ought not- to have called the .-... For years we havo been shipping dent Tnft In the past fifteen months, Governor m nnt m xtaken. lie was v;niei jus- - .uuu.iiv ."- out 3oldi3r3 to prevent murder, arson to faces t ineir pike, at Its lo Insure n colt tor it has (.hd bo ought to feel very kindly aur raw material elsewhere, 1T says: tico of that court tho man of all men nounred them with their of tliotr devil- - pastor signs county seat., worked up and shipped back to uard them. They havo Riiccneded In antr Intimidation? , c0t fou aoatliu A cn rctaigi "The fanners were btlng depressed - who should bavo'counseled obedience try. before my by Z .. the mreats oi l.im a Uemocratlc llouao tis we oavlnu the frelr.ht both WhyisiVty'sHVon 'ringing In ury ear- s- 'or nervlce. Money due wnen mare counting La h- - threat The OWonlers were sympI majority. iuhI nrt I r, jl.it- - thn i.ntentlal uroflt. had a right to hefr v.nkeance uJ iDmatlc.1 .ir. m nnt inanufacturo at homo? Folletle. Itourne Cl.ipi, l'oindexter, the mx stand. I say. was right rr It was Is traded or parted with. Care UKen Which no ono denies, but we illffen thlkthaMf he sm.Vfeel villi Miu Deni Pm.-.- i i. ".at la It? ti,... m...' in o that way wrong and 1 want the willPublican to vnwi acclucnU, ,)Ui BOt re?,)0n. hu mean by Court oHppea s Dees x4 to the ivnuiTy take 8bIo alouli nny 0Mun There Is something radically wrong. 1 ociatH (as- they won't win with he that that the right way to settle tb about their acts, they had not to fear Prty to say which side It given ......, .., "- - -'.or theso conditions would not exist. Republicans), they Intve also Wll also Bland a slendd- was through tho mob, tllo anv . trouble from the...Inferior couns vounc .... wrong. Our Mr. Taft r nrmocrrttle fieualo I am rroublea ihw uiiu uiuci, inu nw- itr mv Riinn inr in. I will tell vou what Is wuu una -,, ku i..li1 Itopiihlit-i-i. I am fureh nnd the- whipping post? your iOr ironi . Oinrom ClOUIt-- gavo t. .... niiriiii-iii-. i ."' .,ii, ilinl ,kit piiuuiu (Inrk thrmn vmr ritH i U hnn.l. I.l..h hi liiiiiivb systin Is wrong, and wo do not , iol a lurtv Hxn m m "Gentlemen, juuk" - did he not say: nower. .That very ... .. Z...tnJL , rt rl . ........ ...... .ma.. . .. . ...r. r n. c.w n iihr QUI- UQ I1U11I I I.M.. .. uvuua, 1.u ..ik.- XI. Mnldn lltrtn. n. - ............. u n.. - uubllc ono of thOKu who balievo In the lil.it-- a , , u ..a.. ...h-- '". iU.u...v -- . lnwB or nreservo ,, ,..innte.t nt OhicHgf. In 130. and trouDics sire nmi juui K""'- - uitear mo h.iiiiiuh n,,i.t m. then nrotest occatbt1tarrw,r..t;olotTtcIr.,o tswmm ,a lows: nrol'lI known to -:- "Jge ,.,... emf?, - xiz;; ,u. drwtr. r plent and Is a term this nnd I 'JS'5. "W r, e Ped "";"' Jn ""' l,n;,r77 ,,,. slxe, tfinph t 'J Lr i.plr n eh.. ,. i'Tln ter a man. ""'. je,I? nnd tn ci nnd pros bofoi neve Ht-nc- Tl thnl Kim two On tlon- mar- - r,nr. "'' m,.,,i. u,n " '"'", .., ", .. .. inor. lion "'. hard-foug- Ken-l-tk- .Vr-fMl- s "' ..,', aI,j? ... ' '. . ,,,, ,,( . .,,' ..... - ,...., T' ro.i to- - - . ";" ! - take-ifurln- .-.- ,:,(. r 1) WOI 1 lot Nnt .mo ..- WW l'n ' "a"oTo.r ",... n.. .r; ,,,..-.....ntti-iitlo- "" r Z - tlm 10. rfhi Un- ion l.o set 1 M1"' ,"" the - ,. - - et weu-K.iow- .... T -n. "" r -- l.r-ar- Anglo-Saxon- s n flre-clny- 1 '.... ..". --- fr,.-..- ." .f ...,--.'- ,,i uono-llrfore- ili-x- o g. 'PJ ... 1 Anglo-Saxon- 's - .,, nu --- ; J .. i.-- . in' - n-'.- J '.r new-fangl- ru "J - siH-ec- --- --- . I 1 , of whatever t...u Enaine wuui. evff3Sa ErSs!sr'"rs.i"!t: ,::ra!" '"'," fo.t "- nake every honest aftJ'k,ha"t' that has''r," i.onple by pomocru carea noi ior the. bidding o --" ,.... Hiaio wuo. -them nothing mn necessary " n.iiiA.1 iwiwer as a Uon of their, iiolltlcol existence. 7 Mob'Rul. and Night Rider.. There should be a chango In our nioU. Detter proteclaws relative to given to persons acshould be tion persons cused ot crime, whether such arresting jirn In Jail or Iu the hands of . v... practice o officers, U is nou In Kentucky for men m band "'"" . :t?.:iScUTlgr'i Ke'Vood w " nmdo' l the li..,eiKVd the I greatest war ot mSetu makln ll Motors who eervefl Ilia Union ol Klntw. , t liatoi u lht,',,utory ot a f ... . . f.h'Va' 1'"' ,'" ,,,1111,,,, ,..,lW!a and a. ot the IXimocraUc money. iilhtmie a...c J....I. ,.,.,1 It fought . ll,u, i,r now none to mourn lis 'departure. I am rooted ami grounded in ine faith Hint we must have protection, for Amorlcau Industry nnd Aiuerlcan,Iabor lu order to have and maintain proa- perlty In this country. every other di Dllar. 1 tno Beai cmillelatlou anybody heur.l ol v.er.' ,u;alnst tho Wight IUder? and by the Night lUden, Nobody nude any th.eata against the notiest rooacco growers " .,ii.. pI1m - .nrottHt uenlnst JudKO ...n - nnv r ai i ii iiiisi hit iiuli iiat 1111. rioir ".fci .. t tobacco ... "- -" si A" same class, and again ask, Who threat- MWd 'he none.t topacco growersT JUiliCe O Rear Said: I "Vou can not push an Idea through -- -' v ...is." . . 1 - howKevor s,?r,:vs;SfcIss hi. neerh -- 1 ttiluH It promir lUat I KboHMinake b on ac- : count or me inarllflcc,lt future that KUIIIUU. llou l.ufriru !! n nilirn IIA . FIAVA ell- .. .. n ti w h 0 i iiiinv irinii - i. n.. conshielaUon , Into Night nuers, as a nue, uro nuuicu .he night riders of Ken-o, I ,n nomocr.tlc localities, and they ' the , . m wmi. with,,. all 11..... ', .. .. ...-mtn t0 uu lu Ueuuhllcau vriiiiJitMntM a "ij .........tl.,.,. .n,l llannhltr-nand come quickly, when , Uo not mcan ,Q k1vo offonh(,. hut the will come, have shouldered the responthose who , records show mat uigni riuing nour sibility will call for the rocks and net' I.he. only In Democratic strongholds. mountains to fall on them 'and hlift Who were these "Ai floS"0" That them from the fierce wrath of an outone single exception. wth but that you .peak of that excenton , christian County, but I Were they d(J ,lot mean any reM(,cUori cn ciirls- raged people and fervently I .hall were sent out to say amen to their fate. not nbtht riders? Judge onear knew a CouDty 0ptJ bieg, her. Mho H IVreater ,en, t. a .. ..." m...w ...... u drove from hlm l ; l 'n..-- 1' II ..'... number of M that ho lost more man n,--"- Bt70"Bid7,t nn..ni ,.. na " """'"."-.."-""- . tiiiVi rvai I J I motor Lars AND ALL KINDS Of I I 1 iht riT- -.. ... iu , fn" ,lV "";:. F& .v ,.,, .".7 t. Machinery SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER OOOD 8ERVICE AT FAIR PRICE3 BEST EQUIPPED MACHINE SHOP IN THE DLUfa, QRASS. DANVILLE MOTOR CO. OANVILE, KV, 121 ELECTR uppr.t - N. Fourth St. 4H " m draw patronaR(. trotn Cnney and l'M'.l.BI- &- Srrcd er counties Rood turnpike, lead to It 197G9, record 2:l(i the and l In tlio heart or it lino whom Ilrook, No. le wJ J iWik It the Uil "I tire of Margaret Dathgate, 2:11 a mii Mm KCalU BTil, B.iAtm, Kr .. bolt For rurther partrletilnrs write wiiliwitl.il pootur l.m)r m..V, ll"7? , Lady Cell- Dtue Brook (3) 2:17 WillComm, IUr.Ww. Kj iMTi Om dinp l llfnpf 4 II 44 drrwil ikmi tU I ill ' tipni or tea J S, Murpli), McKlnnoy, Ky liwd ' llllllwbntl' tnti I ! chicliLJklhnndltlmrlhcliKklliiadf Jennln Brook. Ml d trooks. 2 17 Our work is unsurpassed and considering qualMffl. asd Gaarantctd by J. Robt. Crame, Banhlovrn, Ky. Price 50c it all Druftlsti. CHioU Stone 2:18 FSARF ftOLD nv ity, is very cheap. We have a large stock to se2!30 and Runnlng Urookf PENNY'S DnUO BTORE S1ANFORD,. KENTUCKY. Sllen, rjreok bv Darknlnht. No. 28511. 9 lect from. Nominated In the Chronicle' Saddle ,,,,. fc,,0 of Senlcn,Bht i .i H0fe Futurity Stake 1911. 1912 Urightlltfht, 2 OS nnd Valpti, 2 09- And 1913. D.uknlRht slrod by Aloonc No -t '. r7.Mi1 d 2 27. Ashland """jK A H. II. It. unbilled Btnllion, O.irk Mahogany Trlnl 2 24 Trotting, Dark Hay Stnl-IM; wolgth 1,200 pound, i''""' "una Wren by Ashland Wllkei. Sired by Dignity Dare l'.'SJ, lio by Hay, jiecoid 2:17 t, the aim of I 142 N. Broadway, Lexington, Ky. lion, lii hnndc; foaled August 1101, absolutely ound In every Chester Dare 10, lo by Ulnck SquIt"' II. ,n..i.im, nn.i rniia easily luin-- , Jlm2'JG uentry, 2:0d Wllks Snlly To drill nt Vlllngo Knrm, East Aurora N 58, ho by Kiid; Wllllnin 97 Ut ilnm m. Ashland filled by ,,y.-L- . v'-- . .BV lr. eighths In 18 Y ledd He hns stepped I'lnt ilnm NmiDhlv fllrl hv llnv 1749, ho by (leorco Wilkes "J''1 ol Is 2.1200, Amcrlciis rcconl iT10n',','y,f,'';'18, itlmi 'Pgirt'ii-i- l n 1.1 .lnni-- i .hiiciicd to n milky;'wearhiR Rnllud: n Wilks, second dam. Side Lilly. Iby I're- SOUTHERN RAILWAY. A. She v Alula the blue County Organizer and ercnt show Imrso 2 11 14, Mrn or llnttlrtnn, ro . .... I. t . ... ... -- t .1 ' 3d dam by Jim Monroe. tumor, 14G3. " tlo ever -- Ince n yearling: nt three m"'t American Hello :tyr- - "i'ii j.i... 10 cord 2 07 ..,...,. nl.l .....rn 11 l.lllOtt mill 1 rPft Oil! OJII. Manager Wanted mid IS otheri In " 30 I.mly lirtih by Crlt Darin, by llourbon :.. record 2 12 . - 1. lxiw excursion faros Sunday May i.r.r.n nml1 Ashland Ilrook Is n hnndsoino lei- ll!U" MntU" H' KorelK" lit; u son of Onward 1411 rocor C"lr,5 ''VnXKorolwer. by Imported Olcn 4 n model Is In n class to himself. w with Ion of substanco; has a A leudlng Fraternal Insurance , b(,twt.( en I.ouIbvII1o, Lex- 2 25 slro Rolnx with wondorfi. .... cttlo C. by CunnlnR. lio was never defeated except by two bjiW wny of nnd action. Ilia oldest ,wtn. oiglit desires a rcllnb'e whlto man to li ..5 ?"! 11 n.i lA n?LJLn7rL8,V-Parstlo inRion, Danville, (leorRcwn, l.uw- - L'ike won In charge of Its work :n this county "i"V, 'JL"1,"110'"1 ""h ,lnm b Iln' nt bis own colts, nnd lias Onward was sited by (Uorg,. WllVve ltaf.-d.buShelbyvUe, to Introduce the order, solicit mem611). Darn "tho natural how w!S Almnnt Kccond dam Duenna, sired by horse Hltbout the KNIFE AND KRUP-PE- ilpveloned make crcat Rnddlers nnd exptel, they. bcarlnp Rood colors with tnd Versailles nnd Intermediate stn- - bers, cjollcct monthly ilucr, orf;nnl7r KltiR 1275, slro ol 7f IncludlnR or welfihtcr shoes. Tho result "-0h betwc" lodges, ippolnt and manage rcmombcrVd n8' ' 'n'and nctlm..-lIjidy of tho Ianor 2.01 I. Iird Der- or a life Ioiir mating with' tlio best -J and so on. ,lint be sired the Rrcit Salll,. Ilrook i.c.xlnRton, Danville, (leorgetown and by 2 05 3 4, llelr at Uw 2:05 olh rlres nnd dams obtainable nnd ua verne'n nco of 2 years fold nt '. No previous experience Is needed, rrs In 2 10. has that wn never defoatcd In her clasj , roof ol his rich breeding bis colts tlckotn tho ronnd-trlp- , "" ''- 3rd dam Dotlet, by Nutwood COO, the nr wlnnltiR wherever shown nnd bo "ver bedefenred In n prVdilco rlnK " elthrr a harness or road.tor three as wo w(ll teach you 'how to operate. H'-i- r and sho wns second to tho limited to return on date of sale, l'ro- - This is a splendid opportunity .lie of 14 In tli,. list. Iiir ottered as MlRn as J.fiU at 10 days line when shown with 4 to IS of his rmnl old for .". Pilnn tlnv In llin 'aVflnnuloIra 4th dam, Topar. by Strnthmore, 40S, old to J'iOO nt 2 years old. t.fiiltnnntnlv Iftsaf wr.ln.. inln'nnn liitftl-- . good man, with liberal pay and'ehacco Ket "" it,! tin In the list. saddlers ns ho hux r.nrncss :lass at Frnnkfort laBt year. GRADE hilnk of such riien.i colts are not of iiiuhhk mediate poinu. uonsuu any bouinern ot promotion. namely Nettleton, winsoin. ',l- - "n ' "' M; "uii. Mh dam, Millard, by Albion, Ctli ditm MAHF.8. n GOOD MARE sired' end m th- -t Devote spare time nt start, vith K uin Wj fair to ,. JJf-ircsL 7th dnm Lady and Ret a DREAD WINNER. He Is n ..rospect. the J.m Anderson, nare.llry Ned by Kilwln K ARent or wfM whole time later on. full brother to Nettlcton Hint sold n ihiv. tho l'rlce Heirlnc Mare. Toile. '''' "ot ' Turner by Mnmbrlno Clilef II. Well known man wanted, strictly CTA. Lcxlncton. Ky.. A. 11. Cwk. DPA old for SC00 and to Foxy DnreiDare, Iindnn Dure, Date All, White Tho W'arlleld was bred to only IB a good Ilrook wlll mnko the. pre-- , . who Is it ,. --, . . ,. . mares, lie has 12 foals all uplicadetl that has won more preml iiiiim linn anv.Koot. I'rlK-- p Imperial and a hot of jV"1"11 . .. honest, Mill ability, ono and push hiist -- .., v, nt Hi to nnuro n llv ne Icr and get out the have been sold from 11.000 plenty of itylc, slw and substance iiiro ever sired by DUnlly Dare P.nd others 'work forward. St. liuls Mo. Ixok nt IK record ns n Tho Warf'eld list of others too numerous to men- - to 13,000. nnd plenty of speed. This a great chance to become nn I 'clre of widdlers nnd see what tney Is a representative stallion In ml the Hon. luiiueimai leauer, 10 neip your ioimw He Is n beniitllul bay IP hunds lilrli can do. To wiy tl at ho has term Implies King Eagle .linn nnd make n good Income for your The DIGNITY DARE. Rot by Chdter ulre, substance and speed onlv In part velcht close to 1200 pound. self at the same time. In (.bnrtnHt Imrkcil nni von over uw nnd nnr.. V,i 10. &c 1st dam by Welch- finphnslo tho qualities combined . This Foplety pays lorfelts tor locntlon will make the nen mon C.167 A T. II. It., be bv Hysdykn this son of Dnre Devil. Ho has them owing tomy accident and Genth. The lod- mllo from llambletonlnn No. 10 A. T. II. It. will stnble 2 symmetrical chnno son nt I'oe tnn fAwl vfi(tn1lBf and the nre such o4rlit. ol fi. A. S. H. It. King Knglo is .My fliio oung mulo Juck will make,ly new ntuI pto,unte ln evefy par. stallion unions IIiisUipvIIIc on Liberty pike nt $U. to rpmp mnres thin senson of 1911 at m ,uc ler as to make him aneck, bod, feet Insiiro llvlnR colt Will also tnnd 11 ,.tablo In Himlonvlllo nt U'O I"' price . hands high, dark bay with flow- - tn nrcsent season nt in., stnble at- ticninr nnd many Ills head .. ing mnne nncl inn, rocs nil mo gaits Moreland, Ky., for 10 to Insure Hv- re perfect nnd when icon fine big young wrso at 110 ti Injure 0j No other order like It was over nnd let: 2". to Insure a Living Colt. M.'ires traded or bred eUewhere rn-- ' with hla faiittln Rult dors; with plenty or speed style and ac- - MB colt. .Mnres traded or bred to otr started. Over C5,000 memberships alin connection sensori due. Urns furnished nt inney due when colt comes of mare on beauty nre ecpeciaPy ready Issued and growing very fast. er stock forfeit their Insurance. nnd Rreat per month. I'ersonnl attention Riv- f mil ml nr rpinfltcd. Or urea u unr Turner Is over 15 hands high, black You fhonln seo tl.js hor'; 12 Write Immediately for furtner paron an oi.rtt?"t:rFTpS,lIcdy but not responsible with whlto points nnd weighed thl, ticulars, giving full information ol You will nay you en to all stock, Correspondence and other stock. A Hen retained breedlnR before 745, by for nccldcnts. polls until paid for. Grass furnished eprfng 1010 pounds. Ho Is nn extra .vourse'f In Irtter Address ln confinever looked nt n better one wall Jackson, Inspection Invited. nt rearonablen pric,, for mares from a flntr kffkllln Hnllnln Itoyal King's1. first sure and fine breeder. His colts nt dence. SUPflKME COMMANDKIl ,. n The Wartleld Is thu only stallion TCi S. T. POWELL. distance nnd must be settled forfrom COVINJ-rON- . Hint has 7 dams In the Rrent broo.l noted sire Cnbbell's Lexington F. S. 1Lu r.0,,n,y f?"" Inst fall took special OKNEIIAL HOX HustonvlDe, Ky HrcedlnR hours removed. KY. ffrcd by Congressman I'""1'" 4 to C In mare list. 1I hn.i two Mambnno Hip, 2579. she 8 to 10 In tho morning and Janle Iilrdfirst dam i. . ni, Kin Iarvey "elm, also several other pre KlnK cronses, two .Mnmbrlno I'achen. ion. i. in,. evenlnR. Mnres will receive my bv two .Mnmbrlno Chief. .no Chtiuon will not be b'agle. 750, second dam by Hod Lion ml"m'' personal attention, but Several of his colts sold as high as one (Joiro WilkeK. oim responiiblo for nccldents or escape 3rd dam by Hnrrls' Denmark, he bj . one New Llvorv- ono NuIh-iInt the snmo time nnd place Miller's Denmark. 46. fourth dam by He Is well bred. Will also see him Depot rnmblnpil more trottlnR cr.ntoi th.in any Halntnlllmi Hand my great breeding Mulo Jark Jim Hell (thoroughbred.) Tho beautiful NOTE.-Kl- nB Kaglp is a combined nnd 8P0 hIs V PEYTON, lion nllvi lll mnlA Iriii mn rn et Phone 06. tuote 'lllnnln fnn B. B. KING, of stallion,, a breeder of fine color and T'-rln'o Ktngliiilt mile north- - so well known In tho West Knd t our barn high stvlcd colts, .they all bavin-fclz- e, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Moreland, Ky., reinru -- "''., or Htnnrord, Ky.. known ns the Lincoln county, nt 10 for mares and style nnd nction. He sired tho b''n i.,,trhpn H8 he west McAllrtcr place at I12..-.-0 to 20 for Jilmets, duo when colt Is U79 b by J. II. the J50 toko .it tho fouled or mare trailed, removed of lolt that coit anu win niso , by riiltip Lais, bv Klcclloneer insure a living tn tMo M,rt,,B ghow pnrted with, or mnro bred to any oth- Stanford fair, nnd the $100 s'tako at , u.( U(o I'ovion by Huff Dudderar's Lancaster defeating here four of tho stock twr. imii nnd of the grent Hex I'eavire. This i, . .. ...nt winner He Ine best t,v finest colt. Colts t bo er ho bv Hiibble-- s IlrlRnolia and jack, ill i .v'- - . Fet of King F)nple wns second In tho disinterested parties In out of Jim l'oiter Jennet at NRtlonnl j,Kr(i ctuit'iplnnshlp won tho 4: tirst Slnnfnrd. Ky Peyton Is fine with very largo Done $300 slake at Harrodsburr, with 21 ilorso Show In lSJS, dais Ulnck Joo Is a ben'itlfiil black, fine and foot. Rood neck anil par. Rood entries and defeated tho colt that won Nnilimal Horse Show 18VJS. class jL.i. vt.t stf . --.!?' style you arc r.unrtpr. well mounted, IS hands 1 Inch this stake, two out of three shows. HH .'.ml liov and all the i lookllng for. one of the finest saddle hlcli nnd ndmlren by all who sec him. colts are In demand, bring the hi?lipst T ..'IKS?.!"11 horses to bo found In Central Ken mid Is said to bo tho bot mule Jael: In prices. King Uagle will inaVo tho prerent season at the low price of $15 lli'.rse Show IW, class 3; tirst NnMtttrky. Ho Is 15 bnnds 3 lnrlnw IiIrIii Lincoln eounty. ,11 are Invited to como and seo him. to insure n living colt. five years old and a beauty. See htm Horse Show 1U'0 class lonal l'hone In ro'ldenc" ,1'eioie ihkikiur jimr iiirtfi. il llorsr Show i:i"i. l",n " ,V.. I'rwton mBrk J..o Is by thH not-D. S. CARPENTER. Show 1302. WAR TRACE sad-- ' HustonvlHe, Ky. hoi"" Hn- Show 19OT.H.J", one of Kentucky's rKcond Proton by Willing' Show., He stnlllonr .Hon.l IVmt.ui We will nlso stand the great younp dam Luelle lv .lnp War Trace at $10 for mares and f"us 2; reserve lVonton llowo loo 54. Hlark Joe's 2nd dam Hettie MMteiiRpr Denmark, JJO for Jennets to insure a living colt Vernnint. bv !!!- -. llohlnson. b.. Itoblnson !.r Trace Is blnck with white points Hoisp Show 1'IW.clf Hmiibletmilnn IS i. will sl.iml tlilu Rieat cuatli sUI l"i hands high. IIo was sired bv The lie .11 IdPHl i Devi!' imughtfrj . II . von want... to bre1 to one of .theii,,n fnr tli seaKtm of 1911 at J tluwt Knsterr. II ho by Imp. T.ixl'aver . ... I'olen of. cci-- s i i .1 . piv ' mnmr in i.iiiroiu Hist soM for $3,200. His dam was In .tauB,1IIlS,.-lBr,. l'l 14 Saiall Hamlin Jr-- . :2S ' '"- price sec J. I' I.H9 .. ,(l filn rtaoubli care will N. tn Ir.ui I,, .in OI10 111 11x9 ,IrOIH aiwitiuiu,Somerl ,nilke- ," - itiiM ftrrtif KRtArn. i War Trnrpv rJ l'l imre Davll. u fiv i,r.. vviirmrlke dam bv Hertford Stnr, l:o by Lzell pro.eHt '"'fiSon. All "ro McKlnney. Ky-- . relderts but not responsible suie h living toil I bin U ono oi StnrllKht rami oi mile ,r""J nny occur, if mares srr trad ,,0 tjnc,t coach Horses ever brought lboHld Note This Jack sorved only a few v wit l'l.. to lii..re . ,. is utw. iw"nt uil r imrtixi wiiu yoar-olmares In his forn, ?' llol ills llrxt colts three last spring and !.. "r " U itoo reulned on colt, for ,MM.n. , S. M. OWCN8 A. SON cimo o ixi.l ant in an SON, J. D. EADS they sold fiom $90 for horso mules to K- McKlnney. tut and out of a inaro by Wonderful $117.50 for mare mulo colts, so von Stanford, Ky. wi.hing a very IiIrIi fpo In offering to tho. public tbU great Ho). Anyono BRIGHAM YOUNG. Ired coach hon-- to breed on standard youne Jack, we Imvo ono Hint Is sec to jtrel mares for gottlng hlle. sptoU nndgront none This Jack should make n lennet Jack for he lias tlio xvn. the Maon ivf 10U. t . w 'and action, should see this horso -- -' ' a"tw tr, lluest bnd nnd oar nnd ns much foot , .. ...mvF McKlnney. Ky . nt im. i Mono., duo whon maro Is parted and bone ns any Jack living. of JS.W to Iwuro I will stand my line Shetland stalI with or bred to othcr'stock. Vbis jack I. K. ..mid-- J yw lion Deck fur tlio season of 1911 at EQUITY Wo will also stand a VERY FINE r His fur hi of S. J. Kmbry on tho s-pike, at 10 to insuro n living JACK by Napoleon, at th0 snmo plnco .!- II We will also offer for public sor " lio Is H1.1U.I1 , M' H oolt at $12 to liiburo n living colt, ,)r,COB. NO. 922 VOL. 11. Jack. Ho is' IVick is ono of Hip finest brcd"Shot-landIF hnnds high and n lino booder. vice this great SIRED BY WASHINGTON NO.. 54, FIRST DAM BELL BY ulnck .villi white points. His bead evor brought to Kentucky. He J. W. & H. C. BAUGHMAN. nnd oat. foot nnd bone aro second NO 104, SECOND DAM BY DENMARK. Is sired by Imp. Hluo I've: 1st dam brwdlng your Stanford, Ky. to none, with style and nction like (by Imp. Hobbln II; 2d dam Imp. Na & SON, THIS CHAMPION 5 GAITED SADDLE STALLION OF KENTUCKY, S. M. OWENS ny Yciiiencn. a mule lir is sired tion by Imp. liotiiiin ill. McKlnney.Kj Dock Grey Jr.. llrst dnm by Dr. Wood, econd wniun uvumuuur iiw mis ainu aojuiniing COUNTIES KNOWS HIM Ilo U a benutirul blnck nnd vliltc. dam by Imported jark. Yelbotnn. Jr.. .BOTH AS A GREAT SHOW HORSE AS WELL AS A BREEDER, WILL splendidly marked nnd an nr'stocrat the slle of Kqiilty. Is now nt the THE SEASON OF 1911 AT MY STABLL IN CRAB ORCHARD. KY. all over. Just 40 Inches Mgh nnd tho sweetest llltlo horso you over rnw Shetland pony. 38 Inches tall; own- - of Mr T H. Adams' herd or Jennets. To A MITED NUMBER OF MARES AT $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING pd by inotli Held Foster wil, make "Sn'offSrtnu'thu'jncs 10NTH BUT for public sec COLT. WILL KEEP MARES ON GRA3S AT $2.50 PER S. J. EMBRY, JR.. Century. reason or 1911 nt $10 to Imsuro a V1C(I v0 fco suro e nro offering a,WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENT OR ESCAPE OF STOCK Stanford, Ky. Cured by ThBM.rvel .1 The year. by nn Imported great breeder for competent Judge? He Is living colt. SEASON IS DUE WHEN MARE IS SOLD TRADED OR BRED TO n n B. Teitod for 30 spitting, loul. breath, dispony that cost $1,000 in tho Shetland say that lie was tho best breeder In OTHER STOCK. charges tig yellow matter permanent.Montgomery county, his colts nlwav-3- i of Isl.uulb nnd Is regarded by horsemen bringing the highest prices. Ingredi?! eured vvltli pure Hotnnlcnl as tlio best poqy In Kentucky This great Jack will make tho prefHCC all comers In tho show ring sent season nt $1P for mnres nnd $20 SAMPLE TRCATMEN. AH ... ot 1903. Lien retained on all colts for Jennets to Insure a living colt. will I will strnd my line Jack, Sam Keeno CATAuiui . -.icntti of the nbovo mentioned stock for the season of 1911 nt the Will until season Is paid. Mnres parted .nahP tbn present season of 1911 at ni!S jbut It cause . r twtiiri Kills nmitinon Shnnks farm two miles from town on with or bred clsowbero forfolts In- our stable 2 mile west of Stan"n.a nr nimotlte. nml otum niukun if'va debility, miocy uuu, . til,. Somerset pike Shelby City plko. Mares ,inck Jack Wth whlto points surance and money becomes due. Will ford on Hie with or cucral e ,s reaches to traded, parted bred elsewhere "tflvo vcar 0i(li I4 i.2 ,nn,is nigii and make tho' season nt my farm. Insanity. It eol atie nuou Watzmann, No. St3. This splendid without our consent loneits tno infine heeding. Ky. by takliiRBoian Has, JOHN B. FOSTER, Stanford, Cure It surance nnd money becomes due nt This crack young stallion will make (lerman Coach horse was foaled May Will serve mnres nt S8 to Insuro a time of such transaction. For fur th0 season of 1911 at my place on tho DecuU U ridsuio ystem living colt. Money duo when fonlod or 21st, U'03, by 11. llanenkaiup, In ther information call on r address. Itldgo near tb0 Hiisti Ilranch pike. o poison Germs that cau ouarrh mnro Is parted with. le Rex Arbuckle 1467 He wns imported' byj. Crouch J. M. LAIR, Ho is ono of tho finest breeders S. T. HARRIS & ROBT. WOODS. Stanford, Ky. R. F. D No. 1, o In the county. He Is sirea by Chester & Sons, or Lafayette, Indiana. 3. Phone 25-- 8 Combined stallion. Will make the Stanford, Ky. Chief, ho by Chester Adair; 1st dam was sired by Eskimo. No. 1400. He is season of mil at J. N. Denny farm, by Marlon Squirrel; 2nd dam by tiiltl o. veryiflne type, .pttbo. German coach 4 milts from Lancaster, on HlchFINE PROPERTY Edge; 3rd dam by On Time; both by horses, and sold for $3)00 tbreo years uorvos. and parts a1,ec'c" "L inond plko at $20.00 to Insure a liv co. ll0 will mako the season at my FOR 8ALE AT MeKINNEY tlray Eagle. "nd ing colt. Unl P,,!B?ust ?o8 It I. wh Ilex Arbuckle. 1467 toy Itox McDon Lightfoot Is a sorrel horse, 10 hands piitco at Himtonvllle, nt $10 to inbtiro &JJ ho by Hex Denmark 840. lit Positing to go Into other business, high, has lino stylo. Il0 Is tlio host a living colt. PERCHERON STALLION. Iron gray ald Richmond 551, by KIny Hlch cure of cntai At tho same place 1 will also stand subject to register, 7 years old. weighs dam Mi3SI'cnvlno 5S. 2d dam Jcnnlo w0 will sell tho following property bred saddle Horse In Lincoln county express. l 1'bK nrd, by UISTS or by LC'iO pounds will mako the season of located opposlt,, tho depot at McKln- and also the best Individual. Ho has my fine trotting stallion Hummer, Jr.. directions ior n yini, 301, by Stonewall jncKson. 72 15.".n,uAM.i.M BKNl KIIEB by writ- - 1U11 at my home on tho old Isaac by Washington Denmark 64. 3d dam ney, Ky. two colts a ready and they aro tho at $10 to Insure a living colt. Ills a Blood' Balm Oo., Atlanta Ga. get have all been very fine road horor Sbel-b- ) rioreijcp by Sand Maupln's Drennon. One IS room hotel, Bholby plitc,. two miles south finest you ever saw. M res sold, traded or bred to any vour trouble and free medlca ses. City on Himtonvllle plko at $12.50 One livery barn. and Will stand Mm at $10 to Insure Sold by Bhngf other horse without consent, the advlceolvem 1 will stand my several 60x30, with side, living colt. fine acks at io Insuro a living colt. One store-hourcn- will bo Taiinor. This horso wns but recently ship- money by our clnlmed for servlco nt rooms, wlUi stock of merchandise. $12 for mares, no jennets. Money duo corse. Miiros Kept dcred ped In from Oklahoma, where his colt on all these sires when mares are 10 cents per day on grass but not re.. l'artles desiring to go Into thn hotel in iiiinr ir.niininn i, ciahia .cuuuivm inn vnrw iiiixr ... your -- . A UUC0lirB accidents or escapes. A and livery and goods business will told or traded. mam. sponsible for on So much of a lighter as he fp.ira Mm beforo hooking 1X9 colts for tho season find this a fine location. Will make tnUcti tn TirftVPIlt accident Or ?! lien retained money. J. K. BAUGHMAN, a good price to right parties. Call M.o0 You see. ho xvn. nlvvay. look. 'capo put not responsible should an DENNY BR08., on or write Q. II. MASTERS or Chus. Hustonville, Ky. occur. could whip him Uowyer, McKlnney, Ky. Lancaster, Kcntu sty lag. for some one who G. S. 8HELBY. at least that's what bo eatd." Shelby City, Ky oili' CURES Cholera. Gaoes. Umberneck. Roup, Canker.. NtiKft An oooti Diarrhoea and an Diseases 01 poultry K tUIHH. MO TAT R Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 iptwji"mk' T ''$ ',., J 1 FOR SALE PRIVATELY! Ashland Brook Un account or an excess or business (No. 417rC.) .i dcslro to pell in) mill nt McKlnney, Vol. 17 A. T. II. IL.brcd by Eugene Ky It ban a cnpnilly of 7f barrels of Ky. Hiickcr, (leorgotown Ashfrnd in iir pur day; machinery In good coni'itloii Situated on tlio t. At C road nml Ilrook was foaled 190.1, solid bay with I - &'ssv MONUMENTS t J m xwsvxvtvsv !loft Mn ' whlt' lc ' han(i 1,1"h by Silent OUR DUTY to our departed one is plain. Wc should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over their final resting place. A monument is not expensive unless you care to have it so. I fllfiNlTY iaoBrdok( ' 2 Oft9 vj J THE WARFIELD Almcnt Dare 3228 4 15-.- 1 liy.il J J J Wm- Adams & Son. tlf !.. .AvMt.'V J s t "' ,; ,.. Or-le- d tM.WoyriSd'wh'ti1M .11am-brln- ". w. !!r,CP0d,;rfC,rUJ,s'n',t "' Z t" '"M 1 ...... '" '"' ""' '" """ "' )rr' tht , ". w, .ta., ..,. Turner ....- ?:'. .... sicfc-iicsp- .- .. M& bo-lo- AH-2!- hlec-tlonee- Black Joe 1 W"r: !' '..' 'f,1,fal Q. ij. GARTER, Street, v.-rci- a ...., gt v '. ' NnS ,n''lr1 l' ..JBi:Se,.i i'.?iV cl! xretet - ''' I" .'", '""'" . -. Hapsburg 509 .. .,.. ,.., f"0" ,l ': in I , ! ,. . T v,,,.' d I J .k ,;, Dock e rjs vsz lcur ,V L.in-ouste- PRESTON. s 2 d : nri". Catarrh Sam Keene J. C. BAILEY, Crab Orchard, 7. ', r-"- .. ne". "'.. ..... 2 - dfa&Utlo&tl Wahmann. 343 &?J& Ucr-luan- iib Sed. ALTO, - "? l'"!' Des-Lrfh- se auiw rini - oCouis Jones, Stanford, J(y, "Well, he found him." " 1 The Interior Journal. Etabllhed 1872 M. r.nt mince words In dlscusslnR tho ran dltlacy of .tiideo O'ltear. On with the diincc; let Joy bo unrefined SHELTON SAUFLEY,...Publlther IN ADVANCE (Advertisement) II A YEAR STRICTLY STRENGTH OF PAYNTER Kntcred nt ttio postofflce as second clai-- s mall. nt APPARENT HIS RECORD REST REFUTATION Or-- CAMPAIGN UTTERANCES EDI OF HIS OPPONENT TORS STAND FOR THE RIGHT. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Circuit Judge. HO.V. CHAlti,d A. 1IAKDIK, of Mercer County Woodrow C. ban been Special Offer ' acts In his atead, and '8r-r,,' til fame salary that the Oover dnct bl, cainpalitn In " inn- - for. the services nf one. Indeed dlgnlfletl manner In rfC'v h "7!' an owe, occasion, 4nrtpp: ui braatot presented bis candidacy, and v ' hundreds tsaVoralstratioo, whll th Llnturc received letters from every ocUon u'. o '.Jemocrats. living in m In eesrfton the Untenant Gover- tbe state, commpf.dlns; Ms course In nor received hi salary as President avoldina irrimonlou Joint debaten Of Ike enate and the (loveraor having that (onld only rcsnt in injury to iw hlrh hm In the past SO stSTfiileft Um State, alao was paid the sal- ni-iupon his ary of tbe Oovernor while the Lieut-waa- t Iv honored htm and tie relies vi u rerottt as tne Dest evmrnv Oovernor received the aaaary ability to faithful and IntelHaently alao. Thui the Lieutenant Governor senP hi. party and bis atate. How senator Paynter ranks anrni waa paid two salaries for Governor Washington recT.. It teem, things are ordered differ the big felli.ws at tan been attested In the commiten My In Now Jersey. llll'IW tee assignments In thp Senate. It" BupiaimiminaT.nmr,mniiiin ill was made chairman of the committee to examine into tho civil service, and The only people who have the is a member of the committee rn go c'niriis. Judiciary, Industrial Imposileast doubt that Kentucky will overwhelmingly Democratic next fnll tion, Philippines and Privileges and hope-tnre the Democratic editors who would Elections. No new Senator could take such n commanding position throw a nt If Senator Mc.Crcary is in the event c' the election of a nominated And these, really, only Democratic President, ns now seems titfoct not to believe It. Hut all the assured, no one now in Congresf same these dlsfiruntled pencil pushers could attain greater prominence or do are doing the party harm. Nobody moro for his State than he. plan of That Congressman James' objects to their snyinR what tiiey campaign has not met with tho applease for their man, but It's neither proval or the people is best evidenced Just nor decent to throw dirt at the in tho newypapcr criticisms of some his wild splendid man who, in spite of tli'eir of "Nobody declarations. believes that' Pavnter is mud slinging, doesn't thow back and dishonest," writes Editor Leigh of will be Kentucky's nest Governor. the Bowling Green Messenger, referring to James' utterances. Dig Sandy News. "Democrats should stand together and build each other up by encouraging public confidence in all their lend, Will wonders nover cease. Alls-felecCus Wlllson allowed the law to tako mg men. so that In the general: Retion any of them can lick any Us courso and Roger Warren, a negro publican," advises the Winchester murderer was hanged at Frankfort it Democrat. Wlllson had always been equally as "Paynter was nn able jurist lie went to tho Senate nnd hac particular and conscientious, a cerlawtain murderer would have long sinco proven himsell just as able a maker ns he w'ns a judge." writes beea vvhero It U even hotter than u fidltor Westovor In the Grant Countv is here now instead of disgracing n ews, and contlnueu: "If the Democrat seat In Congress. are wise they will keep Paynter where he for ("iicthcr term." In another editorial paragraph the Ed. Leigh has nt last gotten it out editor of tho Winchester Democrat of his constitution. Ho hag declared says: "It will be hard to make the for Addams. If there had been any- people of Kentucky believe that ho body else against McCreary, Addams is not honest, patriotic and a Democrat. Ills vote lor Lorimer. which might not have gotten him. James thinks an awful crime, really snow, moral courage of the hlqhe&t t Each movement of sheep from a county, or railroad Milpment. Ed. Leigh says ho don't understand kind. Pavnter knew It to be an una'l drift o Senator JJIackburn's popular vote, but after hearing suf- be accompanied by n "certllicato of Inspection". made out especially for tho hat particular movement or shipment. That's easy. the evidence he did not think it speech, at Owensboro. ficiently strong to convict." Inspectors will rotlly all shippers who purchase hep in tholr countv is drifting nbout for The County Ln. The editor of tho Henry somebody to tow him into the Senatorat writes: "ltefore the Lorlmor epi- - to this effect nnd also that they should only buy sheep front Hocks which wde wo regarded Semtor Paynter hnvo been Inspected on tho farms vvlieiu orljlnatinr. and round free trom ial harbor. with comparative Indifference but by scsIiIot. After purclinslng a "lot" of tnci nnd (leteniiliili.g on a date tor virtue or liis part in it, he lias risen Hon. Ed Franks, n candidate for the high in our estimation. Such a man p.'iipmont. the shipper will make application to the Inspector for a cert) republican nomination for govornor, who tan reslft the tempUtion to play ticate; giving the number of head ln the lot and sitating rnn whom puradver- to tho gRileiies, for the sake of his chased. The inspector will then refer to his record (whim should be kept has an Interesting luude) aud U all purchasof tho I. J. See duty as he sees It. deserveg to b. re- In a book containing all inspectlonx tisement in this issue Senate" Also Senate tained in the It on the inside pages. . es are from Hocks wiilch have been luapected and found free from scaThat veteran of the Kentucky pres-iPaynter's neat little adv. Franks does wh' be iasue-i- . written la Ink or Indelible pencil in tbe !'ol. V. P. Walton, of Iextnjrton. vrit. bies, a :n in the Herald, reviews Sonater shipper's name advertising the entire lot, or two certificates it going und-- r Pavnter's responses to the attacks- two billings to different market. Th skipper will tunt trite cert ii lent . hv .lame and concludes: "Henorer to tb rnliroad compaay to beattacaed te tbe way 7ttl Tbta cortlll .iior Havmer'n friends ar gwatlv elat ci over Ns strong uiamv and honest cat should be marked "for rallroadsblpmtBt". ttatements, and they think the man H th snipper should apply for a certificate for sheep originating in ho is charted wlh deilherate Inten- flocks, wbich have not bean las pec ted it will then- - be necessary to Insp- rt pav tion to misrepresent htm wilt , aueb sheep before Iksuing th and a tbe Boards regulatturs itearlj for it. Th Seaator is a gentie-be made nn, a Democrat aad a man or tbe requireon lt s farm, to- possible tobefotvso.movement, all inspetHtoBs should be llmade do highest integrity." Certincnie .overlng sheep to bo trailed, should b Issued la the same MAYBE HE CAN'T READ Hit OWN general manner as for railroad shipments, and inspectors will demand t.iat sheep being trailed into their counties be accompanied by a ccrtin-cat- e WRITING . On approved security .Such sheep If iniected. should be returned to their loraer imsture If not dangerous to do so, or quarantined and proper actloa taken. It not (Oanvtll Meaaager) whenever conditions should be quarantineed uittll knowledge be learned con- lofaetad th Tin- committee la charge of tae news-lHp- r eeraiac their former premises. men's maeilHg nt Cerulean warrant it. . Prefer- Both f these cluases of certificates shall be Isaueo est the "Cerliri-ca- i Springs ls tryinc Hi Jtet Col. W. V. of laspecUoa' hsak or the Kentucky Live Htook Banitsry Hoard aid i W.i ton, of Lexiagton, to read a paper be stamnad with the following ence, of course, being; THE SHEEP RESIQNATED IN THIS CERTI- grraUy. .1 leature tbe Iwys would FICATE IF MOVED INTERSTATE SHALL enjoy but the prouHHers ar on a cold given to our regular BE TO THE SUBJECT HUGULATIONS tiail For several years, while servOF THE U. S. BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSing on this commute. vy tried faltli-luildepositors1 TRY. to get him to do nil Htnat, but All cert lies ten tahnll be issued In duplicate the original to be given One time, in to tbe ililpxr or trailer and tho duplicate luruardqd to this olflee. be always J'ranktort, he agioed, but when the Certificates covering xlilpincnts or movements on sheep which have I'MVu cathured in session there he beon previously Inspected and roportoJ to tills office,, need not bo nualn uttacked by Btngo fright, and loimrtud, but it that Vq a lirst Insportion of tho entire lot or portluu of kindly rend it for him same, n 24 H report shnll bo made out covorlns such nntnmls as have been Ilouqvor, tho tuct ruiuaiiis that he U not Pleasepreviously reported. return to tnls otflco nil certllicato books which ro not stampnowspapsr man In ed us abovo required. the host Very Hespectfully, tho statu, and ono of tho most popular A. J. PAYNE, It may bo ono reason for this popuMay 2nd. 1911 State Live Stock Inspector larity ilea ln (ho lact that ho Is nut always bobbing up making speohcos. ilowaro; tako of III Itf Id's (lUoano. VENGEANCE. A FATHER'S During tho Democratic Sunuto cauKlettrlo Ulttors and be sale, Kvery Would havo fallen on anyono vvno at- bottle guarnnteed. 50 conts at Pencus Senators Ilailuy, of Texas, and tacked tho kou of Puter llotidy, ol ny's Drug Store Marine, of Now Jcibey engaged in a South ltuckwood, .MIcti.. but ho was heated controversy oor tho action of powerless before attacks of Kldnoy NOTICE OF OlSbOLUTION. tho caucuu in binding Democratic trouble. "Doctors could not help him," Tim IliiRtonvlllo Itollor Mill Com he wrote, "so nt last wo gave him Members of the Seantu to Mtipjiort tho Ulwtrlc Hitters and ho Improved won- - pany a conorHtlon under the Ivn ot in loso'utlon of Senator Martin, of deifu'lv iroin tilling six bottles Its fate ot Kontm kv, doinu binlne town of KemucVv,, tt.now closingIluslwivillebit , In- j na u In referring tle I.orimer rem the best Kldn-- iii"diclno I ever s w up its lo'.-- - ft appetpi kidney tn i Ua vi'rtr;r.t1cn to the (Oliiinittee un pi . M. rlwcbc, Itri-- w.rn of rn orport tlon. All persons I "V - clnmi" f tjr.tr, rvnutic--- . Vil' scj und v. ill pre cr Icctloiia t' m ror pv . b'. tn m:iv it, in dioiinv, in "' .ngu'nFt It L. T Vouni; Ser U fre . i'. meiit I g , r - rrnkfort. K., May Reports com-- i !hk In to the headquarters herv il llsnii, m New Tbos It. pnvn from I'nttnl States 8enntornn endort-emenabseil! ter, who l whin Wiki, hi the Democratic atate primary ei that stnle for several anu Jt H (ton of July I. arc that he It. grow Hi? a a roRsedUeBf. Deino-rmt- i proposed JiH In strength dally, a Kentucky Hint become bettor acquainted lth' patepr, dartaa; tbe time bo ha bW f.i record he hat matte, and Is mufc- it, t withheld mn Mm, and In tnat nign ornee, ana wjtn tne baM to tbe Meutenant Oownor. wirlihanfitm of lerwgogic "1"'rtrt that i in- - mi- twa Naw acting In hi stead. It acenis i peine wanen hwifhi run. ncsiyed ) to tne ft t. tlHH under th law of (hat Hut, the f.ntntlnn that the voter are realising morn Lieutenant Governor U not paid when rlenrlr the caliber f Senator Paym.r M hcows acting (Joverocr In own and pi bis opponent. .' Comr,mnn know first a Mm. In Kentucky, ih ' inm the t.Mtrr dlstrfcn measure i do k. .uj ortrar tore, the Stain, th lieutenant to the big joJ.' (Tiirantm- - Jr n. On This Season's Most Desirable Article LOIS SILK GLOVES In Black, White Navy, Lav- endar and Tan. Special price on any for 10 Days tlvn id 1 I 1 Per Pair nil Hderhiwr, Swin MtllM ITi STYLE . & Co. THB YOUWtt MtM WHO AND WE ARf 0 VANTICULAR TO HAV ABOUT $1, $1.25 and $1.50 Values Included In This Lot. A- -t VERY PAHiTICULAK THIl NEW THINGS READY FOR YOU. SEE OU R MOHAIR SUITS AT J12J0 to S0. DLUE SERGES $10 TO $26, TANS AND GREYS SILK LINED 125, $30- - AND J35. THIS IS HIGH CLASS MERCHANDISE. Take Any At $1. Severance & Son, Stanford, Ky. it H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. ,e-lor- e 1 Instructions For Issuing Shipping and Trailing Certificates In Kentucky Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Whe-i lV Compounded r p' i ( t 1 r ri . - ,kia.i li i int'lu mi- f T - "U' to nt impon.i it if pi i ic fr .ilwuss Initio very carelul nnd p.iitnt.ikitin in uur compounding and feel thai, in all justice to your own v. tion kerf. r mud iii.K.r-in the y reliable ami cuinnt tent it will be Kimpimt.ilt-'- l ux.u tlv nn rrtM-ripti-- .irp ist Wt li ivc g.nned an euvijtile reputati'iti good, so.ip-4viting dipUy id tniltt article. rutb-perfumcK, toilet preparations and ull standard rcm;ilK-we anrry (Mtd ronuneml I'ttr iaesrler WwnM , vu should xl health, too, you willbrlajj your next prescripHere, find a tomplete and in- ALABASTINE. lite bB4ttifal wJI timUmf. 1...1 and keusaniplcnof tints and nsi. us about it. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. WE MAKE LOANS - Stanford. Kcdiik k e iosfx-cUon- L?fu FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD. KENTUCKY y STRONG PROGRESSIVE ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. I side-steppe- State Bank Open an Account With us TO-DA- Y. SURPLUS $25,000, Trust (o. slim mm. r- 1 1 MR. FA KM Kit: Make your liomoua modem for vour fiimilv nn 5c. residence, ami placo youiolf in a position to get tlio latest market quotations at uny tinio. This can bo uccoiujilii-iicty means of our tvleiiliono service vvhiuh yon and your ueif,'lilorH can t'ut ior n sum that id small compared with tho houoiiU received. Call or uddrem our neurest ollico or writo direct to leadtiuarters, Nashville, Term., for information ruKurduif! our special "Far-mor- s' Line" rate. If you arc not, nt puvent injuymj; service, wo can imnicdiutoly intcrtht you. Our lines cover tho States ot Kentucky, iennessco, Jlis'iswjpl. liOiiiManuHtKl itortion of Indiatm nud Illinois. & kasi n:NKwsj-i-co. telt-phon: RURAL TELEPHONES. (iNcoiiroKATitn)! tj:l. tkl. SHE I PERSONAL and SOCIAL T. AlliHit riillltpt, aptM SUFFERED Finnlly Cured by Lydiu H. Vegetable CompounJ. Pink-Iiam'- s FIVE YEARS : .pir. 'mid Monday In lnulon. llnniiir Wrny to out again hpir rr attack or tomdlltle. tlreetiherry llrlght and mi L i, ti nted and moted Into the W n r prprity oh Oanv.iie .item , Colii.ii-visI'hmi Hampton, of 'in tha unil (H hi nirenM. Mr nrt . Mattnim Railroad Fares' Rebated urna juiy ist. sat J .ii AT OUR TRANSFER DESK. Special For Mail Mm. N, MaMt". Mm. Ashley, or janriistir, tin "r. jLI. r2?'',."f.."l:,.rt2.rjr l'7!"tata . i.,vIIIh rrla !te fnrnlv.l In t'.K I'lnklmm iterator araott N., KHf iiarrtiM. o: Cairrum -ii.ynn, in rr..iii women itn . .. , .... nth nr coumi '. Mi ..... iu cun 'i in'iii iiiiunn rwr ininini .ll'l rank Hit.lth nyli.ie ...I. PH.I1 ilt ll.M.iflimil- l mj.iR hoin,. st,v. I V, I . . nsei nf i'. tt tvariier H on isiftnn xrntHt rurmeri) on tt r.rio, l'a "I MifrprodforfufyoaM'.H Oieeaberry UrtgM, ami nut from female troiiUit-- ami at last was ,, i i L nlhiint li F"1 "1.-- . Mr J A. HlHRtoton )M tetnrni'' Ul to 1 r tlrM. tiangliter, .'! tlwtt i t"l llllil III. V .11.1 I "hi he In" no ffiKKl. mi inv 'liwdrirk. Hat at IOn'erMH". Mt r advised oh) to wae arcontpanled by Mra. tleero Par . ity I.ydi F link, nclrta. Ii tin's VfRi'tuhln and l S ' II. V Petmttssio 1.1 fcT C (Million ml. nml Hwk, of UowkM, worn bor on fctiai-m- a win it I )iit taken i laat rm' only two butties 1 .1. U Bedsiay aMl little mw and M couki in itutnar. o I took Mm. B D Barter of Etonrord wera six bottle mimI I am guests Monday of Mr. aM Mra. Jarosa 7 "W . .. . now Htninir ami- - ll I nnri Rnw Imw to express A. Weasley. npawi. m thank I r the Rood It tuts done me Mlaa Naiiale Vixaa Balanian and o all snuVrlnit worn will MM 1 were Robert Cotfwy of BUnlm-I.ydiu rinUiam'a VVgcUbto Ifta visitor to 1nraater. -Compo'.nd n trial It wan worth its jrttaht In Min. -Xr. J. 1'. Knuliln, ter Masjortf. 1. .v t '.- -r,i,. p. : Mr . .1 II. thiMFttman nml Mm M S ., i . .. ', ' lUunttmaa ntiMli a rnwotmn i floutn, nn'l.' frgin nntlvp rNta and hy Mi. I. M. Onao ( iMntiip In knba. funtitlim mi narcotic or harm- - 'no . W. K 'w!l..im fltltfruri, wl Uwliy bokU th record, Mra. Roaman Keeaon. or Hirrnnv ' oii i'M oil' v-- t. JUwI.ug'iituunibcriiartusIcurae.burr. wm io r of vnk"wlnf; front a ItJzZ T kl",w.'. and h .ner Adama and otr.fr r atlv Urder Customers Only- The Plan. e e f43& hr - lW Srf f I , - I'H I.. t T Net Collar Foundations, Covered, Strong and Washable. High and Low Shapes. Sizes 12 to 15 inches 10c values, Special 3 for 10c. PURCHASE A ROUND TRIP TICKET FROM YOUD HOME TO LOUISVILLE. WHtN YOU HAVE COMPLETED YOUR SHOPFINa IN TM8 STORE, TAKE YOUR RETURN AND TICKET YOUR ftALK f.HECKC (WHICH WILL BE OIVEN WITH EACH PURCHASE,) TO THE CREDIT DESK, fSOUTH END OF THE BUILDING, FIRE! FLOOR. W WILL REFUND TO YOU IN CASH YOUR RAILROAD FARE, PHOVIMD T 13 NOT OVER I PER CENT OF THE TOIAL AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHASE. IF YOUR RAILROAD FACIE IS MORE THAN 5 PER CBHT OF YOUR PURCHASES 5 PER CENT WILL BE REFUNDED ON THE AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHASE. d 1 Lira STEWART DRY GOODS CO., I incorporated. i i Louisville, Kentucky. .ni. IM- - . IKip.il.tr I ' Sv 4 HmhhII Kf .vim - . mi homo S.ituft to visit his muuier. ri, .".! ' . I I ' . i1Pfavorable. Parmeri H"XrolC u6o la ver sick H is Mr I II Hunt, .1. ' in.. nuifH of 'I.- - t - ) "Thord Hp otitUn.k1""v Ii nar acarre. Groom i,r'' "" -. .1 igbti bttpT. He ret ,, ""'irH n iflll (lp iiVt t lurch wii! , Mill I. .liter i vli n lo li tli' ()p(i llAA. MlMI;if I..I1 Hl4f.l4fN.Tni.ntM ..1.....M Iii4 mlioo' , ,,, ,, top Mtiaiu iiipj'c in ir.ii I'lMin mil I. 'ii .iv lt nf,, ontiiuk i g.x.a tor t rvacfteraviiie wurt h ,1,-t- l.. UUBOTt. lrriffiilArltl ih i ru, iTIUH up to Indon n i evmiiif, Juno .' r. cr) iiunh'c tliai nnmher the eorntnK ato- - hip imrlo, D. U. Lawla oo Ui Inv l.yrtfc ISKtafrt". ii .lit,'. Btlon ami luivnnt " o h.iu I.l l u goo i ht'-r; i "dy i, invitad to ti C'ontrnttor K. U. Proctor baa trip Saturda. 'it' lirttatnitii.it. KHflriiiu woman LOuAt .U.Wa !! It to h.TM If to jjIt- - I..IU K llnk-lau- n A S. MotTrtt. of l.b.iiinn, It a fine to-orfmtm redldence (or cai.a. a .'p tnl.l.- - ( i'inpoii"il 1m. W. i' Klnrald attended t!'p LMall. lirw.io.l hpf. cam tip to nttrml tl trial. .1. w fe. Pith rtpr.lant Mlv K lf3Hiwiin( a the pu wrltu, I'rMt'Mry Wuaday II I'lnrrnlui in r Liother-lti-laPHr 1. T. PoUard ba finiabatl a lo Aaap:. Hotel; lait Ttittra Kltklund tit l'.'alioid!.il Jlrs.l'lnkliuiii, f.irlt. ot Mr. and Mra. Uoorxv . VVwi Md atrengeat inaMrana aompaoit, Var Hut-ttU freoMiHliiluuj livlpfnl. wrottRhobt day. Hp m,K iv.a.. the preceding dwelling and lite aon Janea oectias with ftiriillu. aud other rrletMta while Iter. Utt Mm KMp - ii protect'!. , Sunday after .in uttark of jwray.l ,t hikJ it. apMiidia irwp. notHK a n.onoi Mr Mr. Carrol flalle)-- , and handsmrrp KiWHh w0( ont, r ,1t )llost mi rhildraM. l Craw Orchard, atntil M. (i. RojnoliU had i:ono a lot ot to TO THAVtLhHS. t wiwnoa. kot iwriiciiwra np- - 1rflmlneiit rarmers ot that section of The alar fluid ami poultry lew "It ..... al .lay hre latt wek the pieat ....r.n.. LVfllli, ..IIU JVA- ...nilllll nv....... n .. .1 w.a. .t nil I....... cent luiprotinf; on his farm In tlw ... t n..t I.H u ... Rj ..VI. nil...... othor" waahlHfrHm red ea..r aim cypreaa f.l J III U. ..' .ItU, iin.iir IC.1l. K. Tat and I am t)ii afft-n- t In tlila uprtlon Mr and Mra. C. III the west end of Lincoln, lie was tny of new'bulldliiB& r.nd fencing. ftii'mU and relatlveti. ahlHrlii at your own imti- The June ... mIdlnK presents !'' jenrs or afeo. Ho li mirth fd tiv tor tho (Jrent American Btoamahlp H. Laswoll and son are mnnlnjc a Muellers cf Mra H. V HIch nihI Mrs. Xoille thin City I.uintmr Co, Junction City at Mr8 KmkeMy sUtcr polrttii. HI"., and Kroti. I9arl, of Llvlantnn, are lino to nil ICuroiioan saw mill hero nnd cutting dimensions . and five children. Ky. Sco nip, when on think of trjvvllni; Ith.. uiioata ot Mr and Mr. W. M All parties hating placid trash of etuff for Ut oil's Lumber Company. Itnlda any kind on streets will fcato It re-- ( John Rogers sold his lann ncait W. LANDGRAF, Mum Mattlo I.w llnblil.. rnUtrnod j n sttreriticrRons sells, bnlldi, Screen doors, window screens, wire Liberty Waynciburg, Ky. nt once; all parties hating church to Webt Virginia par- moted from l.oxlnatnn ln: Krlday nlsni palrH and adjusts scales nt rocu hotana cloth at Ueo. 11. Karris' ties for ?J,i;.'0. There are a lot of om price. See him for prlcos bo.ore drain pipes of any kind on streets ignore ahe graduated with liljsh ott buj'. Address Crnti Orchard, Ky. vlll discontinue them at once. Hy orpeople from that state locating around I.imoui frmn Hamilton Colloe. II. U. Cnrter, Cltyi ' Next Wednesday nnd Tl.msdjy, hero and all of them scom to ho der of council. and attended the lliiliblo went I on hand, flic riding ctiltltatora. .Marshal. 41-May 31 and Juno lbt, the contention workers. t oimiieiicemeiit oxerclee. Will aell Ilium nt a Lnrcutn. IVnto ot Institute Instructors will be In scs-loI Land lB selling well In this lohanU It. (5. W'llmot, Kialtlur of the i() i. Hro. In KranMort. Prof. J. V. Lost. Kite shares Lincoln countj cality .though not high, coinparntttely at Nutoti, PlemitiK rounty. apont un- of UiU place, Is one of the com- si'oaking, for this fs a National Hank block. Return to Linnice smooth, ilay at his old hoino In lirotlhead I ho Interior Journal l I publish In mittee on resolution. coln County National Hank. trillion of the country level enough many Irtenda hi ad with b lis I'rldav s isnio the and fairly productive, o.k-- of iho beat l,oan and Mr. and Mrs. II Mine delitcid bv I!et mowers, hoso and sprinkkra ,(iiu.e8 ln t,,c ttorH ,, ,)t,op Let me Insure yaur tobacco against ooU ctDldruH. mottwefl up tnmi Umlail' grad IliKKiiiH. of Cl.iK.iw. to the lots or damage by hall, the tobacco nt Ueo. H. Parris'. cliurche8 and good schools and thoso days .hth .iml n i . ii ad apant oi i'ii Stnniord llinh Scio.il who tiso proper lndiistrj nnd are eco groeri' worst enemy. Low rate R. jfraw Orcard with Mr and Mr I M, Newland Aoent, , Carriage palntlnn, rubber tiring, nnmicil are succeeding nicely II Itaughmati. and ropalrliiK at prie,s you can't beat Mr. fidard Alcorn oc iintoii i t o' h M .lackaon has p trcliRnod anywhoro. J. H. My. Junction Chy., ZE5JSiIIBKBE!iRKlBHB5HrT has returnil ftom Charloit. . ' 38-Hit iJlanii nil Coal Mined at MUniont. Ky. 19 PROFESSIONAL AND B nETSY'S POINTERS: wboru lie altrndod thi- - iTih mnuii oiveniting tliis count), and boK-CT ' SoutJierii BUSINESS CARDS inoetiag of the 1 "What has liocotne of tho old them tehtorday. The stock of good ESKIQSEIQSSSOQlSRiSISQB Smgeonii. PREACHERSVILLE rook vilto hail Hotuathlng on the of tt. M. .I.ickMin A: Coaipany will be IMalr. oi lln ton I'oatmaater Joku Henry Casey, D. V. S. rotmned to the inlueti as soon at s ',. stovo that would wot le done until lllo, atteiHldd th lreahyto w"" M'ir ,h0 mom" ol Mr. suitable building Is orectod. prompt-coe- e I tut day niter tonwrrow? lie mm the iunt.1 ot Dr . i Robort Jnckhon,Jr.. will hate charso Viator CreeK, Wllllo C. White slipped Hiorn8 tbo day. If )ou'want up Mra It. 1,. DaitaoH while h of tho company store. Col. Jackson Into deep water at the wei known Mra. Wlliam Severance has liven l"1 to date arounoti jmi Immwllatflly ",,le". jml 8 lll co,lhl ,,ot Former Director Animal Industry ls an experienced coal operator, aud '"1"" coiillnod to lor lal fH neter.il Uita swim, came near drowning. Ills brcth Coltiman." think of Cut fey ill make .t buecoss of tho busInesB Philippine Islands with a badly uprslnwl ankle cr, Robert, attempteit to rosetie him ijondtm Kclio. A Try a "ne tar fall" i.oroaene chh for Irttemn I lnilnJ 0..A Mrm . .Mm W. 11. SlwiiKa will mti rt.im "l"" " '""V"" can near being swept away and also Vt daya If not tlio boat yon e.er aa 0 for Mia Sttlllo Taylor WchmIs w th The Ur, V ..and.,,, oi, partmU of tke lato by tho surging or tiaed. brtiiK It back aiKl gat your a dinner at C o'clock Monda. June I'.ii T P I till nnc liniiif in tbo or. naiiietl was koiiik uown tne aet'ouii hom(. on U.Hi DANVILLE. KY. Cth. at her beautiful money. That a the vtity v,e ivell It. cult court room .Monday. It wb time whon the quick wit ot William Avenuo. painted by Mrs. Mtigoffln Hardtn and Akor Btiggested the liuuian claim, and $E-RU-H- A' TI7-TMra. Sam J. ICmbry, Jr. will en COFFEY & COLEMAN, qulokly Joined Is a splendid llkoBeas aed a vrivk ot tho others ot tb ., r t No t Houlli Prompt Delivery. torUlti for Mlaa Wooda oud her bnd Phone 196. . t'ne No it ul Iiaiida and made the reacue. "I. M at party at iliHtter on the weddin-- i "o. ii Morth. MIA. of fish i hits leaned and reblocked at Cum- - youaa; man kept h nice atria So. . Vnrtb.Auti p u p Wedneaday, June 7th. .it ve, No. ft, in. ill ,v. M. thtougt the exciting irme. but aa aoon 'i ms .i.ui vteareH'a. No. .2:Ur m. Th. Warren IJrlio by ("ha,". aa his feet rested on dry land, turned p i', will meet tllik '. JOS. S. RICK. Acient. salve thetu loose. H Hi.uM i..oie V. Urtgitt mak wiin M' PRESSED STANOINO S1AM" Si Wlitle flsiUag laat week. Dattd Hear- rbuti- tii t will cura whlta awaiiliu. VANIZED a.g.. Llt I Intr MybjtStjVa tlttj4A ...... - ' Largs Quantities ROOFING. "- "" " c.t. bcaie, batw fatona, ctrta. corns. carried In tto eatch. Upon raiautg bis ! EAD' TIN SHOP. SUnfawd. aio wv cuta. toamsaa sows and pMHms 'Phons 114. urntclit-- t.a kora. Ouaranttad were morn, surprised to see a larse L4 W)e a box MASON9' MEETIN6. cure, and to otd-tlannv pistol upon the book' No. 'n K. A A M. wlilt Lincoln 1 O Uox 19, 'flicne 2 It of conlevture as ... BW..TO rvuJlllllllli:sflf' nil iHCa IMS t only a r thti aoiiiinv uiubn c. moittb.at to now the wcaapou came in (he liv-r- . in lin-i- r bull on own. aUi -fctrd, Ky. Xleiulnr. ot aNt. r .rfi Deafness Cannot Dc Cured LTnallv lnvltad u. !. ri'si lit. ! tkry rami.it fk lli ills-- i ty r.l rv.i iiHiua. .Mrs. Carrie Hargis. of near Haw Blocton ace. ot n.uuu ul in. ttir. iliiir .. u ly u I .Ml cut ttm..auMd Itei aa br uMUivtlwial n uul u'. kid - Mill la rtaUtBC pmr sister, Mrs. tho cuiuliiwa br lic.iuria i. JOHN COOK WXrn tlw nucu. tkii i ul yuu EiHtacklan ThIm. niiiS or ikS) K. I. Tboupeon. nunbUM I tuM m hv ita S .murrlr rkani. 141-Vetasinary Surgeon and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Rlohardson wh i Ittwrnuc. id -- ,, norae m tha mull and uutm On lailaBun.tiutt rau ba Mta sv) Mr. aawl Mrs. Ttawtny Nay lor. wsaaa. i taken nut and UUi lub maatad to Ha nunnal stantsrd, K. mu nun mil hr dnuiiyad kirrvrr bivliin and wlfa oi Uoaoan ware CARSON, rr birt S netbag John bU wi ..( HiiUniMt raunM by IMarrti nuxuui iurtmn. muWI el thu but n V. W. BUHUl of Joan Najrloi and uniio HuadMS Itollan hw aar aaie at aui'Sts Wr ul tlw o n,M. irauiwl kr B.UUTHI tlwt aKa sa nuad Mr and Mrs. Jaek Mnlltns came up PKNT18T. Sir llui taiarrb dura awl In tWUM. b r ta. CtUKSV OO, ItSaSa. u. t it li a crowd (roas Haw Lick and were OMse at Reslu-ne- 1 MoU hv Dnwrirta. CRAB ORCHARD. N" guests of the family of (iaorge li. Hut lake Hall a aai HU tv nastlpatlmi ton. Master Jo Crass had as bis A Kl ... bnniu. I.IN THE WAKE OF THE MEASLEb kt Titi - ...OculUt E.AI Ontlalan Hd Charlie il I'al vlkltoiH, Allen, Joplla and Tlie farmer and his tvife vcre about to sit down to a The little son of Mrs. urtice oter n. J. Mcltouerts' Store, in. r, I Ittie Itoek Ark, had the nioa- - aimlth of llrodlMuas. cold supper when ihcy saw some old fiicnds driving Stanford, Ky. TH.- - tesult was a seteie couh (; t,. HianWtislilp sold a heifer to Ps. towards the house. mil u grew worm and be could not DR. T. W. PENNINGTON 1." '' WiL. ,7. noi-She iwys- - row Wllo u.' i'- Dentist .Mrs. hd. faiiilth, or llrod- thanks to Mr. and The good wife was equal to the occasion ,Koleys Honey and Tar Compound, Hours 8:30-ll- i 1 to 4:30 A M. WU&ZjU Cook-stov- e. .completely ourod him aud he una nut--- head, and their vltsltor, Aliss Odessa olllco Alyors House ami Stanford K." her New Perfection Oil Huts or heen bothorml since." Croup, whoop ,.llrtuI or H.lB(U) Vll aro Siting WILL ADAMS liW cough, measles cough all ylold to! She hat! it lit in n moment, and her guests hardly were seated iP'Foley's Honey nnd Tur Compound. v,rs- - J' " l ,C8S' .Livery; all kinds of hauling, Furllic porch before a hearty hot meal wai ready for the table on Sir. aud Mrs. Cross wont up to niture packing. genulno is In the yellow pack- Ihe 'ago alwas. ltefuso substitutes. Shu- - jiarotsburg Sunday to attend the hui Stanford. Ky. tauiagei and eggs and long raihers of itrcaly bacon, and rolls Just U.tC Phone 173 cn;ped si the oten and fresh coffee and the hostess herself as cool tars and Tanner. ,a, Qf Arch nron FOR SUMMER ORIVINU if the had not been near the kitchen. and neat as MACCABEES tho comfort or both lon.es and drtv Will Jones, a ijulet, :ospoctablo tie- -' A. C. Slue, ranee. She never could have managed it with an DEE LICK ers should be specially otiHlderiil hy gro of Maeksvllle, died Friday und wnB Deputy State Commander The New Perfection is the quickest, most convenient and best cooker n pioper outfit of lap robes, securliiK' Ho owned a good buried Sunday. Stanofrd. IJy.. on the market. Itov. David ucntry prcuoliod at liotli blankets, fly nets und otlior ncccbann number of liousus In the coloied sat- MEtbwith 1.2 ifcj 3 Uirvn. with STANFORD TENT NO. 7. UtM tled chimor el churcli Sunday to a largs and at- . Surquots cs from otir complete aaaortinont oi Kilt a neat little ostato. l tlemeut und lUoJaotArly fiaishati ihiougkout, Itv - Monday : Night : 4th but - ttuj 3 burner tlovrc Iiorao i;ooils. tie Kd wkh of tentlvo audlenco. Ills sermon was flero uro without cUal lop, wtuch tiled with Tho brethren and FRUIT AND SHADE TREES strotiR and durable, bIhrIo 'd tloublo Ml una stomach tnblot8 will puo nna most intcrcstlnt; I rtc b. rlc ilrrn iKtlt, tow 13rlrfiver.Keri or writtfof cm lintnesB, admirably suited to road purEverything for Orchard Lawn keep your atomauU in Hue btnitio. Thdy sisters havo organtssd a Sunday Krv4ive ctfcuur to the DCtrnt gene poses, njons with a hill lino of work ttop stomucti distroM, sourness, Iielcli school at thla church with W. II. liar-In- r and Garden. liarnosa or tho host quality at flat Wrlto for Free Catalogue. No. Agenta 'iml heartburn In lite untune noa as supcrlntondenr Standard Oil Company I un l' li'dUebtion (!ncorporfttc4 . 'th'V U. I, I'ennx prices. s. A. Sandldgo lus paienli H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS. 'i cents. t ir t.'.vd Hope ch re li Lexington, Kentucky, bU.tr.ui c" then C. McCLARY, Stanford. li . - ? , ut r inlaw .'ch-acit- tain a Hack di.;itln. 'A , ni't ., (H ki:i a i'i SiiikU, .Inn. titi. .i ii m.i ri In I .lttc m'.in. l. o ri n In - V.UI pica i. iir . .li I l - ' III !' I..' .1 111'.' 'il . i;mhI, 'MIii jiirs 'U. t : 111 n pv r licfnr i roti. lor a .Im"s a.p Ipiiirovin uiiil tin i. ino ''X.IH V win,; il i i i I'i in i laci II. i' l ul oil K unvt t I i riii rf 11 votal Iri nolf'i, iihiMi t'.i koI M. rt-- hr. rtuwd tmt I I ti .'i ii M.ub, mt hr SllO.l v - i''.iilnillce I.iiii,iiih.. Rt uo !intNl I I Dl , -- '""'" .. - .l8Ife , 40-1- I 41-- hon-lor- n ' mr .lt 2 n Iro-l.in- d 39-3- J J h-ndld !acra-liinrinl- V aoml ti-- v . SOLD THE WORLD OVER. faah-Inno.- 1 ltlin v L. -- Veterinarinn. " r- wU.. "ABpjoj TBLE i . lrty .& N. Fresh Oysters STYLE. '. i n SERVED IN ANY rn-o- n creaT BO ilftd i'.rC, "". T5G in $TRnFQRD meAL$ W.A. PROP. B$T I lUl) rSlJ I 4 ' mSMm ti vtf "" ao-L- 'i lU" i rTr. in 1 lmil Carson's Restaurant prrf MiM m -- eonat-U- ...., - hn Unexpected Guests :-- "- . - fliVM cm fE gafa I ." lll-'h- " ; IJ,9 ,,,''', IU I 2- a M J. ( , ".' " ' .",' Dm Varrick I I MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St- op! Consider! Why not use the best possible when YOU pay the bill? Hanna's Green Seal Stands for everything that is best in paint. The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE ''HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is Made to Wear" TOR BALE BY L. L. SANDERS B. PRUITT- CRAB ORCHARD MORELAND KY KY GEORGE FOR PUBLIC SERVICE 8EAS0N OF 1911. The Sensational Performer nnd Splendidly Drcd Registered Saddle Stallion '"yi Reg-- llvlnr; coll, Don Varrick Is 10-- 2 lumJ n bcaiitlfi.l chestnut, short Imck he.ny tono In fact Hie highest t)PP of the trotter and perfect disposition. He In by tho grisit Onward Silver 2:0S 1.4. that won tho 15.000 Trnnsvltanln In n seven heat rncp In 1302 and tsewimo year won tho MO.000 Ilonner Memorial mil tii0 M and M. nil In broken heats nnd sr.ld for $21,000 nnd later for $25,-(0Don Vnrrlck U brod exactly llkr Spanish Queen that won tho $8,009 Trans) hnnla in 190K mnkinr; a record of 2 07 nnd wns clnssed as ono of the four, being on0 of the greatest money winners on the grand circuit In DOS. This magnificently bred yomut stal season of 1!H i,t my stnbln near Stanford, Ky , on the Shelby City plko nt fir. to Insuro ' Hon will mnko tho Onwnril SUer Is by Onwnrd, on,, of Ihx preatfst nnd best wins of (Icorcc-UilkeOnwuril'H dam wns Ise dam Director, tho slro of that great fnmly "f trotters and pacers. Don Vnrrlck' ,.-n a ir CARROLL PRESTON--438- 3 (A. S. II. R.) foaled 1906. horse star and hind ankles white, 15.3 Sire, Preston 922 by Washington 34 by Cromwell 73 by Washington Den mark 64 Preston's (lain was Ilclle by Itoderlck 104 by Mnmbrlno LcGrnnd 96 oy Highland Chlet and the dam of Itoderlck was by a son of Peters' Uny Hal-corn ALLEY GREGOR RCCerd, 2:19 43401. Vilkes a full sister to Thv Way , .in nun FiFier io .Mn'iclene Patch-etho dam of Rubber 2:10, Winches. 3'4. Trailer- - Chestnut Stallion About 16 Hands, 8 Years Old. istered, Volume?. -- - ...1. .w.iii iiinry oy IIOCC 8" Jrey gle the dam of The Way nnd Mndlrno Patrben. Ion Vnrrlck'a dnm produced Dr. Conner, that placed a public half mile " 'no ,ii,,nBLon rnrk nl ,c nionthn in 1 ,n v tv ir..ui ger of New Haven for II 000 she also iiMwiiciMi .unggie igo, thnt trotted n 3241. By Enoch Ard'n 1st Dim Daby Pence 7C49 By Almont Forest 2863. 2nd Dam Lady Pence By Garrard Chief 3rd Dam CARROLL PRESTON Is the finest Indlvldnnl and heat performer In Central Kentucky and proved himself one of the most formidable ring horscr. out last season. He Is one of the greatest racking horses seen In years and has a splenld trot with a world of speed and action. His colts are proving him a coming sire and are tho kind that will sell high. Will 's stand at the low fee of $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT at A. T. Stock Yards In Stanford. Good pasture and care at prevailing rates. Lien retained on colt until service Is paid. Dest of care, but not responsible for accidents. Address, Nun-nelley- Jay Illrd 50t0 Allerton 5128 Record 2:09 Slro of 201; dams of 36, including Nancy Hoyco 2:0G Lacondn. (P) 2:02, Gen. Forrest 2: OS, etc Pearl McGregor Kecord 2'23 nnd Alley Oregor 2:19 and granf dam of Trocar 2:17 3-3-- Hire or 131; dams ot 79. George Wilkes 51?, 2:22 8 lie of S3: dams of 204. Iltdy lYnnk lly Mnmbrlno Star CSS, Great brood mare. Mnmbrlno Hoy 844. Slro of 15; damn of 43. Non. Wilkes. lly Ceorgo Wilkes 619. (iusflp Wilkes Dnm of 2. Kecord 2:17 Sire ot 111, dams of IKS Maud P. Dam of May Bird 2:21 Peatl McGregor 2:23 game and nlwayn on rarely ever IravoH hl jtlio In C weeks handling Inst fall trotted a quarter on half mile track h.r In 34 Sec, half In 110 " th wtelico? i'r'i,,n,.?'57 of sp..ed on botr sides, not n mlsHng link for generntlon H recti fr,"."w nml T ? cnn'' biIk, h ?nJiV ,nrrck.ls'' fast trot, very nnd W fr 500. Don I1""'0 .no,' ,,' '2 rlc, 'nh'rl-tunc- e liouert McGregor 647 . Major Kdrall 216. Sire of l; dam of 1. Nancy Whitman nntruccd. W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Ky. (Carroll Preston Is nominated In The Saddle Horse Futurity Stake.) Seneca Chief 378. biro fif 4; dam ot IS. Jenny. lly Chnraplou Grlnncls. Dum of Jrrlcho 230. Grnndiim of 4. 3LlniTncy n.T? wit iJir L ii ' ,f,,J)0,lon. "nK". ow nnd look ywr mare l",fnre.",0kHK l''-- l '''' du' wh,,n marci, nrr or bred to another horse Garrard Chief. 1835 Oav stallion 15-- 3 hands, foaled summer 1J02, said by good Judges to be one of the finest stallions living. He is a perfect image of his great sire Chester Dire 10. Mr. J. C. Graves who raised and showed Chester Daro 10 sas it is almost lmposiilblo for two horses to be more alike than Garrard Chief 1SJ3 and Chester Daro 10. Col. W. A. Rirrlger of Shelbyvillo, Ky., has Judged thU Horse at the Texas State Fair several times says h0 Is as fine n horse as ho ever saw. Garrard Chief won tho championship of tho South West at Dallas in 1908, 1909, 1910 and during 'that time his colts won more than nnT other herd shown there in saddle classes. At Fort Worth Horse Show in March 1910 Garrard Chief won first in breeding class for saddle stallions and ago over 15 good ones, he also won at same saddle stallion mare or gelding. He will make the place first for season of 1911 four miles from Stanford on Hustonvlllc pike at 123 to insuio living colt. Mares grazed $2.50 per month. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. flvc-gaite- d ALLEY GREGOR Is one of the best trotting Stallions In Kentucky. He has n lot of style and finish nnd It is a great acting hone. wear any booth. Just 9 ounce shoes. He ought to make a great slro. Don'toldest Ills are coming two's and show great speed and action. Any one wishing cots to see ono of them can do so on the Islington track whero they are now lit training. This Is a good chnnco for the people of Lincoln County to breed Into tho best families of tho trotting blood. Look this horse's bred ing over nnd set, how many they have In tho lift both' sire and dam. ThU gTcnt trotting Stallion will make the reason ot 1911 at my stable In caster Kentucky, in- no1 bo niH?"' or"'''n','' fspomlole for Don Vorrlck n.'J ,r0l'Cr 'r h" "" :nV,il IW ,.J . ; CLlFTON' ANt) "IJSSKLI. ? '" n hIack incl w'th lUhr ', ?K "in n rnfufnirnfr a breeder he Is not , v1.",w RUSSELL U?k wl,h '"S" snrpajjrd $15 to Insure Living Colt, Sound And All Right. I am prepared to tak0 care of mares on grans at 10 cents per duy Lien retained on colts for servlco fee Money due when mare Is traded or uny parted with care taken to prevent accident but not responsible sho-it- :n,i lint nigh With n n i hr occur. lMl of ,n' Jacks ttjii .7,..J1C,tmaren nt 110 to In. euro n llvlnir oi, J. i"iiiK uie mares tnrii.11. .1. ...... ,u ,v.i-n- i accidents, but wIM '?c "" "lnt. s-"""", .. ,.i. imo. nctlort murk win ?" " ,,r:",,'- - " the 1 t nl .1 K W. II. BURTON, Phone. 95 .. lin rnuruiilkt.. lnr"iiii-e7,fooraf- ,.u tV'jX u, insure a Il!ns mlt. Lancaster, K J. P WOODS. H WOODS s J. H. MURPHY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Hurred Plymouth Rock eggs, 50o All Peavine. nfitk 4092. 3-- 1 John Beau Naboth 45005 Ry NADOTH 10116, jg BHDSBKSHGSiaa E PURE BRED POULTRY. aboacb e if iab f Ssif ' . ?$, . , L 1M4UM ' ! TTJL m rU ' Ti. ttira Diamond ttraln year 'round layers of large, white eggs $1 per setting. A. C. Alford Stanford, Ky 8. C. White Leghorns v Choice White Wyandotto cockerels. Eggs $1.50 for 15. Mrs. J. N. Cash. Stanford. THOROUGHBRED S. C, R. U REDS Eggs for sale $1 for 15 lmpGrted Cock at Head of Yard. D. MV WALKER, Stanford, 'Phone 130. U you want hens that lay In winter, eggs aro hleh. Get the 8. C. lluit Orpingtons. Eggs 1 for 15. W. Klncald, Phono 19'J, Stanford. 2t wtoen Indian Runner duck eggs for salo, jl.no for IS say nv u Cook's famous perpetual 1 layers. Mrs HuBtonvlllo U M. Tate, H. D. No. S. C. Brown Leohorn eggs, 50 cent D. per setting. Mrs. J. M. Cre, R. F. No. 4, Stinford. 'Phone 3o u. un caster, Ky. Imported 73 cents for io. oaoj vmo. Mrs. W. J. Holtielaw, Ky, Roote No. 1 'Phono 53- -4 8. A. HILL nrecder of finest utum tck Buff Orpington eggs Stan-for2 , . Single Comb Rhode Etock and eggs for b"1o in K. D. No. 3 lincanter Ky. ''"? Flno strain S. C. White Leghorns Heavy luylns strain. Eggs $1 fw 16 Mrs. J. B. McKco, King's Mountain, Ky. The well known Silo Anderson tark by Walslngham bv Getr0e Wllke POWHATAN. wlll inske the wanni ot 1911 at the for 15. Robert B. Carter, Stanford. .. lleHU Nahnll.'. .l.u v farm or D. M. Andpmon nn the PriMcb man by Norv.,1 5.135. 21-Ky.. It. F. D. No. 2 by orevlllo and Stmilonl pike one mile 11.. 3d .lain j. by Metropolitan from Prouchersvlile nnd C trom Stan- JUT- - llV UrlHiiltr.nl... . .Description and Breeding. Those Fighting Game Chickens. Six years ford nt is.CiO to Insure' a colt until sophl,.,. ,v Mnmbrlno Ht.rllBht Mlt THE GPY GRISTS. old; 1G hands; a rich colored bay wennLn tmj. ' ,",H, M" Wlh: Tho Prettiest Fowls in tho World rs lta,n,r "M "" ulth an much stylo nnd action as an) SILVER KING. (thormiabbriKl); Jth dam Eggs If. ior $:!. APin at sumo plBet. and a, gnnte ,Lodn bono. Sired by Dignity Daro; terms lll ..umir; oin uam by Imp Tninby; S. J. EMBRY. JR. Rtaml th ..li.Ln... ...i tb dnm by Thornton's Itnttlor 1st (him Mlnnlo b Ftlenzl; this Is the dl horse Silver King. .' llm or enr.e ill II Vnhillh 1. . 1 Indian Runner Duck Eggs. For Sal same Owens mnro that has product! .on...i iii nrriaefiltf mil not 'UMlliift IV3 S1 for setting of 12. luinds nf itwponsihlti xhoulil nny occur. Rrt rtyi; (is many good colts as nny maro In John and Hctton and perfect .ll.po,iMB THE Indian Runnur li known as the Itlgsby, It. V I). No. 4. or fo has imifoii a breeder, Lincoln county. This horse. In no exLeghorn of the duck family, for eggs owri D. M. ANDERSON Stanford. p bwodinr. th. in.' .7.'....."'.... Mrs. d. E. Proctor, Phne 193. periment. I purchased him from U 1). criB l( Hveond to noim. Owens aftor looking nt his colts for .. Itmn 'u).i.iii uiti llarred Plymouth eggs for sale, ?1 V ""inn u kOAMIII Z if Hill ... Silver Wood tuo reasons. Mo Is a breeder second for 15. Also Indian Runner duck eggs , to ncn0 In Lincoln county. See him ..t ,, iu ihuro ., SI lor 13. Mrs. Anderson Nunnolley, 'keforo you breed your mares. tmiliNj or ;r?!V ''li? wh7' ,nar" Silver Wood, win or Fur Wood 1S7W Description and Breeding McClue Route, Moreland, Ky. or bred oUewhore. 10 to Insure a living colt record 2 27 Terms.--- J limthor ,,. v i'nn.i 15-hands high; a good colored j. m. ftTTUS, 2.12 sire of Lady Constantino 2:1 J chestnut with best of bone, conforma BUFF ORPINGTON Sanford, Ky.. anil eight othorx. rionai z:iz Hon, stylo nnd nrtlon. Sired by I'es Eggs For Sale 15 for $1 Knr Wood 2:7 1.2 inn nf Vn. U'.tn.! Peavlne 179C; 1st dnm by Pravluo 85; C. C. WITHERS, R. F. D. No. 2. 00O reooiH 2: IS slro or Manager 2d dam by Warren llarrln Denmark; THREE GOOD MULE JACKS. 'Phone 1431 2:00 Lock Heart 20S I 2. Addin 3d dam by John Noaloy, ho by Davlo Stnnrord, Ky. D. 2:1 nnd 1C5 othorB. Nut Wood Crockett. (100. record L': IS : 4. inn or iioin.... NOTE. In offering tho Bervleos of Pure Crescent S. C. White Leghorns. 01. Sliver WochI'h first flam Princes Tho crent tlmr, utuiiinn !.... Eggs for setting. Miss Lizzie Davison, this young stallion to tho public, I At tho same time nnd plnrc wll by Vntlrnn 2:29 (130S. he by mndo IU own rep, win mako tho sen- do tint hesitate to say ho Is without n Phone 15. my thrce good mulo Jacks at ?; M. Vatican's dam Ilnmblotonlnn son or 1911 nt HIV nlrii... .... .1.. r. doi'bt tho best stallion In reach of tho stand woon ltii'ju, rcord 2:27 12, people of Lincoln county and adjoin- to insuro n lling colt. Thoso Jack) ju. Pure bred Black Mlnorcas ing counties both in individuality and need no advertising as they uru kr.ov.i Ifct dnm Nora Wilkes, dam of No ..- - .. ,..v- z u( ul(. JP unance lor Eggs $1 per settlng Wood 2:12 Norn Wiioil horso that sold ror 3G0 and , blood. Hu has as much Peavino blood ' Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford. to breeders all over tho county. Nora WIlkoH. by Ueo AViikew 619. 2:22 unres that sold ror $T83 of three as Is possible to get in one horso and nt Strvlco feo on nil tho abovo ad- Nut Wood COO. "IS :i.j 1 lUughman'H big salo Iast fall. .1 H EGGS ROR HATCHING. that is tho breeding that Ik In devertised stock duo when colt la foal- dam Win Russell, dam or 'Mnu'd S. hod. And Clarence Tat refused 'Nuff Sir.O Huff Orpingtons.. $1 and ?2 per 15 mand todn. It you- have any doubt U8 fllllcH by hlni. about that, compnro tho prices I have ed, maro Eold, tradod or brod to other i. SILVER VOnn - n lihii-L- r t.i.rsn lor o pair of 2year-olUlacl: Minorca $1 for 15 sold them for with any other breed stock. These terms apply to all. Care full 1G hands hluh. welcht 1 OO ninn.iln JESEE AND ENRIQUE Farm itange Silver Laced Wyandottes in tho country. taken to prevent accidents but not foaled n 1905, possetsefl groat natu'- Tho groat show pony Jebso CO cents for 15. TETtMS f25 to insuro a living colt. Satisfactory batch should any occur. 111 niyiu nnu nn rounu action, extreme another ".S ..... guaranteed. finish, bono nnd HUbstnnce. Ho hns make tho flno Hhi.r,i.,i n.iiiiuil Will season nt my place. Every. never hpn hnmllpfl fur Btuti.il lui nnn Miss Anne H. Trlbbie,. Danville, Ky. go n 2 3C gait easy. Why snould he tho crack lltiln 2 ' l" "inw hnro. not with ins spienum ppillgree. ncn crlbed in the American PURE RRFn DDIII mv Shetland Pony well proportioned every way. A com color and kind disposition mul'.j u Indian Hunner Dnck eggs tl for 12 , blned stallion with plenty of speed, great slro. This certificate that thoro Hurt Orpington oggs J I 15 ... tratlon. SILVER Wnnn l imilrn tli nus been rediitcreil i Va1,- . stylo nnd action, his colts show that son of 1911 nt Kngllsh Salmon rMvoralls J5 for 15 tho barn or F. F. or standard number 10273 of Urn be Is a splendid breeder. Ho will MRS. S. J. EMBRy, JR. 1 miles from Itubblo on .............. Ot...).u PEDIGREE. A lrf(llnii Sired by 8. T. Hnrrls,' ... n King Eagle, Vol, 8 A. 8. H. It., No. luakij Uio season of 1911 at my barn, tllA TVinvllln nnd fjlnrnatn tilkn nt book, ttte siiniinnu rony oiub stud Shetland pony stallion S. C. Crescent strain whltn ten dollars to Insure a living colt up known ns Rnrlque one mlln of Waynosburg on Fishof Penmoken born eggs 75 cents a setting during 255C, he by Itoyal King 2555, ho by On ing Crtek West to insure a living colt. ana nn rigni. at $10 and black head; white star nnd white apru usual price ti.bu. aiso ror sale Time, 745 ho by Stonewall Jackson Mares tradod parted with or bred snip: W. L. SLOAN, under part of neck black extending to pen of Diamond strain White Leg. 72, Royal King's 1st dam Mollle elsewhere without my consent forfeits a Hubble, Ky kneoo. large black spot under belly horns, headed by Imported cock. Mrt Mountz 2581, ho was the noted sire th Insurance, and tho money becomes ox ending; up flanks and sides; Llzxle Davison. lower Phone 15 Stanford. halt of tall black; small black snot on Cabtell's Lexington, F. 8. King Bagle's duo nt such trransacttlon. Car0 taken Ky. StonevvallJackson, to prevent accidents but not resion. lolt side of back. Foaled May 29 1909 1st dam Hip, 3579, bu0 by ISaglo Illrd siblo should nny occur. birO. Tho Mnlnr nf llnnm.1, inn. Indian Runner Duck eggs from a 1014, ho by Old King Eagle 750, 2d Phono In residence, Waynesburrg Will mako tho season of 1911 at my Uam lAiiy Gray 6049. Ilrud bv L. C. great laying strain fl er setting of 12 dam Rod Lion, 3rd dam by Harris' Farmers Exchange. llWfJ. barn at 110 to Insuro a Ihlng colt unT3 for 45, All orders prompt C. G. CALDWELL & SON, by Miller Denmark 45; I M. S. BAUGHMAN, attention. Wolford Lovell, p.. F. D. Denmark, ho Waynesburg, Ky. til weaning time, sound and all right. II. F. D. No. Stanford, Ky. 4th. dam by Jim Dell, Thoroughbred. j A Hen retained on all ooltu until BeaNo. 1 Stanford. con Is paid. King Kagle, Jr's., 1st dam was Mol-- . K you really want a clean, awoet He Drunnon, sho by Old Drennon, 2d Notice. Tho first person caught BILLY BRECKINRIDGE. llarred Plymouth Rock eggs. For Iftnm Pnrn.rtmllnm nti.l run. nmir .. ' Will stand at my barn at )8 to Insuro puro Btomncb, freo from gas, sourness fishing In Darrow'a or any pond on n hatching of tho finest breeding. Our Davy Crockett. colt until weaning time. A Hen chickens aro large, big boned, and NOTE. King Engle. Jr., Is G years old our place will bo prosecuted to tho held on all colts until paid for. All und distress go to Penny's Drug Store dark hay with ono white hind foot, barren mares BucoeBefulir bred with to day and get a box of Ml o nn well barred. Hggs 15 for Tl, 100 for nloo mane and tall, stands full 17 full extent of too law. S. J. Embry. the impregnator. A. T. TRAYLOIt & JS. Mrs. S. 1C. Duddorar. It. IL No. 2 hands high, weight 1500 pound stomach tablets on tho money back and SON Pleasant Hill Breeding Farm, 37-- . Lancaster Ky. Jr plan. Stanford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 4. I. !4lm..r .. iHi-vfi- u 2 27-4- in-ini- ? jj 3 3-- 3-- G-eorg- -e Hur Del-rao- - 1 roi-nr- il d R. S. SCUPPER, McKinney, Kentucky. .,! rm .. KING EAGLE, Jr., t'' Fltr-pntrlc- .i., 2 ln. Jr fm. V, "Alias Jimmy Valentine VfJHIBJ aaaaaaaaaaVBBLlliiiiiiiiiTsBiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaYMft' 4,' ' ajBJJBajJBjS' t"im.Wm !'ii vaaaaaaaaaaslH Laaaaam'TnistViaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV'' jI'VH - iaaaVsVsiiauBisVsiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai vaaawtsiaaaaaaaaaf 73tsTLJsTsTsTsTrsTsTsTi MH ;JBHlMiJsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsr - B KlH MjB HjBH siaaaaaaaBSWsiaaaaaaaaaaaaaal 3 Novelized by 1,1 FREDERICK R. TOOMBS R!H HJijH tH fHjH VALENTINE, bbbbbbbbbV From the Great Play by PAUL ARMSTRONG Coprrltfht. 1919, by Amcricm Preti VB L4MB fcjWB IBw1 vB UujH KMlH VBHV xtflHIV AND ROSE HH , plny 0.thect Hprlchtly Auodation WAEDEN HANDLER ..como challenged LANE. BOIIK.lInfft.. prttoa. mered. "Of coarse yea da" He Ufa IM!o, Bobby! WhwVii Kitty Ida becoming more Involved every as. greeted ttfe boy. Bent. "Ontslda." He pointed toward tb Tbe girl's afnllo began to fade. door leading to tho vault. Itatber grimly sho Interrupted htan. "No, I don't see at nil." was her an"Where Is Mr. nandalir ah nouncement. 8 bo moved away from tbe desk. Hobby grinned knowingly. "Well, Miss Lane. I" "You're always asking for Mr. ItanTho telepbono bell rang at his desk. dall, aren't you?" he asked wuclly, Ho bent forward and put tho receiver Into Itoso Lane's face came suddenly a flre of anger at tbo lad, but In a to his ear. As he bung up tbo remoment It was gone. A smile, tender, ceiver a clerk entered. "Will you bavo tho cash now?" tho hopeful and true, supplanted It And Bobby, with nil tbo accrued employeo nsked. "In a fow minutes." wisdom of eleven year, saw the amllo No sooner hnd tbe clerk mado his end smiled In return, for be was otd axlt when a messenger boy entered, enough to understand. bearing n telegram. Valentino tore It open, apologising to Itoso as ho did CHAPTEIl XI. so. Tho girl saw that tbo assistant VALENTINE entered his cnsblcr was very busy. d Sho olllco from tho room to Icavo him for tho present. JIMMY tbo new vault bad been As Valentino dismissed tho boy she Ho saw Hoso Lnno announced that If tho press of busiHobstanding closo to hi desk, wbcro ness would not continue all day she by was presiding with all tbo dignity would return. Vnlentlno nssurcd her that went with bis ago. Tbo girl's that in a half hour hu would bo nt eyes met his, but only for an Instnnt leisure nnd that he would sacrifice Yalcntlno lowered his gnrx to tho tloor, everything clso In order to talk to bcr.l bis thoughts whirling rapidly through Sho started toward tho door, assuring' his brnlu. him that sho would return. As she True, nt one lime be bud hnd serious opened tho door she turned nnd cant thought concerning tho beautiful a smile In tho direction of the assist jonng woman who bad saved blm ant cashier. ' . from Slug Sing, from Warden Handler JL, o and tbo warden's favorlto pastlmu of did not see It Ills eyes were "solitaire." ho slip of yellow paper that be bald Hut of late ho hail come to rcallzo in his hand, iho girl saw that as be that bo would bo doing her n lasting reu.i ine leiegrnm nn expression or wrong, n vital Injustice, to permit himlenseness. 01 uusuouueu excitement self to make any Herlous advances to- crept ncross his face. Wondering!- ward her. Sho bud been attracted by sho softly closed the door. A few blm. She was now wen more Intersteps carried her before Valentine, ested In blm. Ho was observing who looked up In surprise, thinking enough to learn this. Ah for bis own sho hail gone. motions toward her? Ho loved her. "What Is It that telegram?" she That no one would deny who saw blm gasped "It's bad news for you vc.y In her company He could not conbad." she went on. "I must know." ceal It. Even the Infantile Hobby bad Valentine, undergoing a pronounced guessed what bo had endeavored to shock owing to tbo contents of the Mia r d. cMer-mine- CONTINUED FROM LAST TUESDAY Ono bright winter nftcrnoon. thrro years nftcr the day Jimmy Valentine began to "go it straight," a young L43 fltfaaaaaaf . "2?t T Hisiaaaaw HT ' y 71 t.nc nAXDALU. asbibtant outrnxn. toy, attired In black civet Lnlckcr bockcrs. turned tho knob of tho door of the privntc olllce of the assistant cashier of the Fourth National bank of Springllold, III. Harely eleren years old. Hobby Lane considered It the rarest treat of his llfo to bo nllowcd n cbnnco to Invade this usually busy offlco and to play nt being n banker. Thrt Inrf-- n nlHr-i- , tinil ttin ntrannn ono leading Into tho hall of the largo building and another leading Into tho. Uled luclosuro In which was being a spacious new vault In the ... .i ...i.i.ii.. bogany desk. Near tbo ball door and close to tho wall was u small inahoga-writing tabic. Tbreo or four com fortable chairs wcro scattered about the room. On tho glass of the hall door, glazed halfway to the top. was tho Inscription In trim black letters, "Leo Han-daAssistant Cashier." And o It was with Lee Randall, alias Jimmy Valentine, that HobCy Lane, tbe banker's little son. was fond of romping away bis (Hobby's) Idle hours and with wbom bo frequently enacted tbo rolo of an austere, uncouv y I I Kitty, who. In her short skirted white linen dross ' intl with her delicate fen tun-- , much Hko those of her sinter Hose, nppcnr- .. i "U more uise ii i nrntmas noil than n future Inherit..: of n fortune nml of nn ImiHi'lns, illctntorlnl social position. At Hobby's suggestion tho children divldi-to plny nt "being n Imnker," mil nftcr n lengthy, spirited dispute Hobby tho role of Mr tinndnll. while Kitty wan forretl to tie content with the character of n "lady borrower." Hobby perched hltnsclf on tho assistant cashier's chair nnd assumed as stern nn expression as bis cnlldUb features nnd mlsclitvou roving ejes would permit. "Now. I understand jou wish n loan," bngan Hobby "I don't, either." ntnrtcd Kitty, sitting herself on n cbnlr In front of tho desk. Oh. come on nnd plny. When 1 say 'I understand you wish a loan.' you say Yes."' "Hut you won't give me nny money." "If your security Is good enough I will. Now." Imperiously, "I under stand you wish n loan." "How much enn I get?" "No, no! Von say n lot nt Unit; thnt's business. Now, bow much?" "fifty thousand dollar" "That's tine." lie pinned. Judiciously puckering his brows. 'That's consid- , c?'! c ?on'y mii't I f'outd think of," "Ihaf the .... d nmke his secret. Yet ho bail realized plainly tbe uncertainty of bis position. At any moment tbe unexpected might happen, or, rather, tbi expected might happen, and some ouo would possibly uncover and reveal phases of bis past that he would be unable to explain. Such bad been tbe gulihng thought of Jimmy Valentino In his social Intercourse with the banker's daughter Jurlng his tenure a nsslstsut cashier In the bank In Springfield, nnd now he ww more clearly than over the of bis course. Doyle Doyle, tbe relentless tracker of men bad threatened to "get" him, and Doylo was always an clement to be reckoned with. Although Doyle's threat had been m:ido years before. Valentino t)ad norcr underestimated tbo detective's ability nor bis tenacity of purpo. While he, Valentino, bad token prccuu tlons which bo firmly considered would prevent Doyle from getting a bold on blm again, yet after nil. It was by no means definitely assured that he would In his ambinot defeat tho tion to live "on tbo square." therefore must under no clrcutn-itanc- o Valentine make any serious advances to. wis-dot- u mesMgi) which he held In bis band, wis almost completely unstrung by the Interruption of tho girl he loved. Was I nut fate that prompted her to sppenr before him at the very moment when "Oh. It Is nothing." ho said weakly. 'Merely a little business tangle that Is nil." Hi. stepped ont from behind hli, ii .:. crumpling tne rnterui telegram In bis hand, and gently led tho girl to the door. "Remember." ho said. "I . have an engagement with you in n half hour." 'The "I will remember " f JsBslssssT .A 'lt"clslrelJ'1I?on - '1lk ,U ' ' mak""r ,,,7k" ' k'' """ y anything when they IIob1?- - "'"" ' Instructed pU,t Ut, f.r u? fault SSlHflsSISISISISISISISIllSISISISISISISISIsk Now, thnl'x considerable money, but of course jou hno security?" Ho paused. "Well, nay 'Yck.' " "Yes." "Well. I thought so-w- hatr HIslsllslslslslssV 3 want Rose Lane. Tbe burden of mis cry thut might desceud upon him nromltlnr banker would only bo ghou greater weight. I alentlne desired to ta Ik nlone with "IVars, tine In appearance nnd manner. Mr I .ny banana';" Kitty shook her Rose Lane, urn! after n lengthy con- itandall had scored, a signal success b"nl "Very Horry." the lad went on. versntion. punctunted by lavish prom as osslstaut cashier, nnd neither Mr ! if we lime nil the fruit vou have iscs of bunting trips, bout the lad away Lane nor any other otllclal or direcic In our own back yj.nl The only fruit to play with Kitty in the new vault, bad found In tbe tbreo yeara ooraMy.i farm I could liuu money nn would bo which for their purKse became a for tbe slightest adverso criticism of ii banana farm. No. No bananas, smuggler's cave, tho new employee, in fact, he was no loan. Good day." Tho assistant cnsblcr stepped for deemed to bo a most valuable acquis) ."Hut you didn't tell me to say bana- ward toward Rose, who stood closo to 'lion to tbe executive staff of tbe ban!: nas" Insisted the girl. bis desk, resting her sable muff on Its and bad evidenced unusual capacity us "Tell you! A banker don't toll you polished top. "To what am 1 Indebted for Ibis i o tieiecior or counterfeit notes aim or anything you ought to kuow." After delivering himself of this pleasure?" he usked of her. ivriivu eiuaiurva un ueguiinuie iiisiril- ments. Yes, tbe assistant cashier was pleco of financial wisdom Hobby en"Yourself." Sho smiled graciously on him ns she spoke. a (inan with a future of promise In deavored to continue, but Kitty on being tho maufor n while. Valentine drew near to her. store for Mm, and tho Fourth National "How?" of Springfield bad but u mouth before While tho argument was'ln progress "Don't you suppose I Ilko you ns offered blm tbo position of cashier, tbo door leading from tbo vault with a thousand dollars a year In- - Inclosuro opened and In came no less well ns do tho children?" she an creaso over bis present salary. Not an Individual than Jimmy Valentine. snored gayly, "Do you?" bo nbked anxiously. ono official of tho Fourth National could lI had como from Inspecting tho tiew "Yes, but why is lt that you never glvo a satisfactory reason for bis ri" vault now practically completed, and fusal of tbo offer. "Very remarkable t which he had pronounced as Ono n do cull on mo any more?" sho quesyoung man, very" was tbo comment , I1'0 of burglar proof construction ns tioned reproachfully. "Well because" Jimmy Valcn- ho became 'very of tbe president of tbo Fourth National "c "aa ,ver "ecu-n- nd tlno In bis day, as somo of us know, uncomfortable. Sbo must never know when uotllled of tho cp!sod6. "Hurrahl Nobody In the otllcol" ex. bad rightly been considered n connois- tho truo reason for bis avoldauco of claimed Hobby to his sister Kitty, who seur ln this particular connection. To her. settlo tbe dispute tbo assistant cashier "Do you think it's fair to uso a wofollowed blm iuto the room. Tho children, prime favorites wltn took Kitty out with blm to shuw her man's weapon ugalnst her? You know the vault. In tho building of which It's a woman's birthright to say tho assistant cashier, wcro accustomed when sho" to do very much as they ploascd with she had shown n cblldllko Interest. No sooner had tbo door closed be"I nicant- "him or with bis office at this lato hour "Wbat?" In tho day, when business with tbe hind them when through tho ball en "Oh ah what wero wo talking public bad practically concluded. Al trance cauio Rose Lane, who, gowned most tbo only remaining thing for him In tho height of Paris fashion and of about?" "As to why you don't call on mo to do was to attend to certain routine more mature development, presented matters connected with tbo closing of even a more alluring picture of femi- nny more." Valentino struggled to think of a nine loveliness than sbo had at tbo bo bank's business for tbe day, time three, year before when. Just out successful mode of escape from an-- . ot Vassar, she had rescued Jimmy swering tho question. you se?," tujjstam fValentlne from the horrors of Sing . "Yfth now-do- n't I u' "Ten million acre," good. "Well, that' Now, what prow on this farm?" She hesitated, then said: "Fruit peacbeH and apples." "That's good. What else?" be "What hnv jou pit In the way of Herurltyl" be tiUiil. "A farm." "How large a farm?" "Whatr " lssBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBsS 1bHsisisisisisisiBtj A WAT. VALEtTINE BIST TBE LAD Unconvinced, mystified nnd tbor- oughly ngitatcd by bis nervous man- him., ner. Rose Lane went out of the office.'?1"' U 0VCf, Valentine, smiling as best he could ".. wfs' under tbo circumstances, closed the, ""? ZX door behind her. He crossed to her that , ju(, 8tcrn clmlr sank into it and Hattened the , scsgloD9.In t wrinkled telegram beforo him. Again flguro thnt tho, ho read it from end to end: samu t,mo ,t WM n ,hat Qf Ked Ix,ok out, ho read. "Doylo will bo ' whogo photograph adorned Fanaean. in town this afternoon ot 4 to see you, not Iess than flvo r . eallcrlcs. . about nn Important matter." . Ml nlfnrmfhnf lna The assistant cashier dropped bis grar coat and trouscrS( Iooscl DttC( d s,arcU vacant- and tho peaked cap. bearinin gold ,cHcrs cro acuM siaaaaaaassslllH I'. t Doyle. be muttered "George caUsc3 of his transformation, so far Hi i J9saliaaaaaal Doyle. Ho said bed get mo if it took 'aaHBaassaBaaT itr3sl 'Pi a3 outward indications wcro concern- ten ycaw- -a lifetime. Well, perhaps cd. As ,0P tho lnward changcg.thos,, ho can; then, again, perhaps bo can- qult0 hl(,den from not At any rate, ho can probably ruin we, thcre wcro but tho Uuman who two pcrsons my career, my hopes my standing here. couI(1 (,escr,ue uaa com how tb where I have friends who believe In about Tuoso tTV0 persons wcro Rcd ' Flanagan and Jimmy Valentine. nlentIno leaned back meditatively. . Red stood beforo tlie assistant cash- bis chair, 'lhe fatal telegram drop- - icr and doffed bis imposing ln watch- pod unheeded to the floor. His mouth man's cap. "want me. Randall?" ho asked. i .. w.f - J - iZJn' mui M..U MJU3UU1VU "VAa ' Ho looked nway from Red t blm and had spurred blm on when 'In unwilling. to break to blm tho news' 1 1 the days and nights of tbo past bo bad that Doyle was on their track. "MR. CB0SDJ" FACED VAIESTI.NE AND ItKa ventured forth on a desperate enter' prise. liLn lliU three beln' left nlono CHAPTER XII. Ho would give George Doylo a race, 'la a real bank," be "sftld slgulffeantly."' that he would. He would match his tiE," went on Red enthuslns-- and his two bearers could not restrain wit ugalnst that of tho skilled sleuth. ' Ucally, not appreciating laughter at tho thought of what the j He already bad laid the basis for what the reason for Valentino's circumstances would have meant to ' now must bo bis course of , procedure, . silence, "cee. but that Kit- - tbem in days now put behind them. and be believed that It would with- - ty,is a great kldl Ain't It funny how ' "Did you get tbo picture?" usked stand even the cunning und force cf a kid Hko that will get hold of a tough Avery of Valentine. "You tcdil me to Georgo Doyle. At any rate, bo could old trump. Ilko me?" send it, but I warded to see you. That "Nice child," commented Valentine, aouoie negative is a wonder." Valentine loaned forward and press- - Ho picked up tho telegram and hand- - ' Valentino looked understnndlngly at him. Ho rose from his chair, picked , ed a button. A clerk entered. Tho as- - cd it to Rcd. up tho telegram from hls.llesk and slstnnt cashier hmltntnd n nuimrni. ' "tiivt rviri thnt" im cni.i .inn ' ' extended it to Avery. then spoke quickly. though discouraged , "Yca! Jt's a11 right." be said. -- And Tell tho watchman to como here." Tbo other read In silence. " I .. came Just ' time. Today Is tbo.. bo directed. "Dpyle! Good bcavenr be exclaim- ""'" ' day I'M need it.' pointing to the telo- The clerk nodded and went out in cd." I ' search of Red Flanagan-y- es. Rcd. "Doyle." said Valentine. "It toot !Brnm' MRcad that!" o nono other thau tho ono time accom- - t him quite a while to uncover us. ' Ave,7 read M'e message. Tbe lor ot unnerving fear came upon blm. of Jimmy Valentine, wbom tbo didn't It?" Utter, true to bis word, bad taken "But ho's finally dono It-- got your II,S head droPP1 forward and ho with him fn his attempt to "go Jt nemo and everything" glanced apprehensively about blm. ., . ..nM straight" ns he laid tbe pa- i His band trembled ou notIr lt Flanagan must be told of tho com-- ' "Yes. Who do you suppose tipped ppr on tbo dosk- - II0 sank hopelessly "TVit'lo ' tlin rtfl tiiflll Intrt n OiinlV lng of Doyle, who was his sworn ene- - you?' choked-"Do- yle! my aiso. in audition, Red would bavo Ho said bo'd slough "Doyle.1 was Valentine's amazing me, and now ho 11 do It to assist tbo assistant cashier, now he'll'. known as Mr. Randall. In tbo maneu- i "tvwi-i..... mako mo pay blackmail, You never ver which tbe latter was about to ex- - The assistant cashier' beut toward tho )cnn te" hoxr much a c0')pcr want,for ecuto. -- .w..m ( U'ufrhmnii. un. uod i get uiuc; encouraged aucn there was Averv old Hit "nnrin com tt.ni nH ,.n Avery. From tbo dav that Valentino . hn'H not mn. .r ...? ' tt..f if i mn Valentine. "Ho doesn't want you fel bad sent him nwny from tho hotel in uwny from tho bank when that tele- - Jows-- u'8 n, thnt no ,s n"er' lle Albuny Avery bad been making heroic gram enme-- out of towu for tbo after- - , examInod a largo photograph which Avery nad sent ulm- - u showed the efforts to Uvo "on tbo square." noon-h- e'd kuow be bad me." Tbo threo years that had elapsed "Never thought I'd huvo ducked." tables nnd fues,s nt a IarS hanquet slnco No. 12S!) bad advanced Avery, commented Red. "Ami now he'll turn ' ,n a unously appointed restaurant long a "ycgguiau" of tho most desper- - me tip too. I'm going." He Angered "ics' J think this saves me. bo ro- marked. He held lt beforo Red, ask ato type, the prico of a railroad ticket, bis but nervously. ' had mado a revolutionary transforma- - "You're not. He don't want you. ing, "What's this?" "Flashlight of a banquet" tlon ln him. Today ho was married, nnd If. you stay where you belong ho "Who Is this on tho right of the had a growing business und bad per- - won't see you." toastumstcr?" pointing at a faco In formed for Valentino a bcrvlco that decisively. Red uodded his bead tho picture. was to render tbo vengeful efforts of "I'll stay closer to tbo bank than nn "You." Georgo Doylo much moro difficult nud cmurruut to bis tag. And you. Jim- "l'lpo tho date." went on tbo assist-- , ,omowhat less effective than tho do- - my'f" ant cashier. "Feb. 0. 190C Do you lectivo would relish should bo over ' Valentino smiled as tbe other lapsed remember where I was on that date?" lenru tbo truth. off In bis excitement Into using bU old He gazed curiously at Red. Avery Avery bud been In communication name. watched tbo proceeding with raro Inwith Valentino on various occuslons in '"JlmruyT How natural tbatsouuds, terest . a secret manner. So carefully conceal. Red I" ho said remuilscently. Tbo watchman became thoughtful. cd, In fact, had been bis moves that "Excuso me. 1 meaut 'Mr. Ran- - At lost a puzzled wrlnklo marked hla ' v not even Red Flanagan hnd obtained dall.' " protesting!, 'orehead. "Why why you were la' the slightest knowledge of tbem. "No; it's all right, only don't by -- Sing Sing prlson-- on that True. Red was aware that Valentine, any chance use It beforo Doyle, be-- 10 replied confusedly. j had received various puzzling com- - cause I'm going to alibi Doylo until CONTINUED NEXT WEEK munlcatlons from one "Mr. Cronlu." he'll think he's lost bis eyesight." isem as TatesraW --fcyTHRT I'm Ue etUy ea her la the except yea, and 1 don't want to see any 'Mr. Croats.' Doa't know him. Who is her "Mr. CronhV responded Valentine, the man who la going to save you and mo frorjr going back to state "prison." Valentine went on to recount to Red how Hill Avery, after bo bad said ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssPsasssr goodby to his "pnls" In Albany, had i"'Ssf'f ' gono to tbe middle west and eventually married n sedate widow of middle age whose son was an expert photog-- . sssPSBsKsffisssssssssJsBssssssssK raplier, one who operated a large studio In St Louis and employed men ' who specialized In covering Important ' events for tbo newspapers and magazines. "Avcryl" ejaculated Hed. "Avery lsBBP&l'l- - i' SBBBSSSBrBSBBBBftLSBBsttf' working absolutely on tho square?" "Yes, that's the truth, tho awful ssssfiiusBsr7ssssssl59sBsssssssK lsg&JHsaaaaaassssssssssssssssy truth," laughed Valentine whimsically. -IssfrW)' isssHH Avery Is "Hut you sny Hill-o married?" asked Hod. completely XJaaaaaa! 'ysasssasEaaaaaaaan nt Uio suggestion. K'li'liSBsBL.SSSSSBl3sBSSSSSsBI "Yes, it's all true, and Bill, has proved n truo friend to me to us," lrrVlBiaaaaaaaaaaaaasB.IIIIH answered Valentino. B.KsaKaBBBBBBBBBw'TBBBaBssSSsssssvr I "And bo's really happy?" went on Ited doubtlngly. "Him as always had a Htnblo of fillies spcndln' his coin. "t WILL. 11EMK1IIIF.II." Ho's happy with one wife?" but now that ho more calmly conTho assistant cashier gavo vent to ,, . . . . -- . awinrn,! rim tniffi.i .in fllamlaun.. ff.int th0UBllt' AB0,l,cr ,,k,a nxcd Usclf ln of tbe watchman, who probably would uIs braDt wMcu ,vouIl, causc ,ll)n t0 mT umlcrsl00(1 tne proces3 of rcfor. govcrn hls nctlons nceoriiugy jn Ul0 mat,on tn nny one but mil Avery. taco ot ... dnircr .i,at bo wlselv ne- - ri..f n row mtn.iin. oinni nffor Vol. knowledged to himself to be vitally cntlno answered tbo telepbono call be alarming. At nny cost bo must prevent foro tho door onencd. nnd In came n Dovlo from turning Hose Lane and her I man whoso Iron crar hair curled be- father against him. They hnd trusted neath the rim of bis high silk bat blm they nlono In tbo first Instance, Glaringly bright yellow kid gloves nnd so It would bo wit against wit to adorned his' bands. Ills frock coat, of defeat Doylo and. If need be, life tbo latest make, was a bit worn on the edges, and It was for that reason against Ufa. Tbe tnlnutc3 passed. Whnt could that tbo secondhand dealer had mado bo the matter with tbe clerk or with a reduction ln price to Mr. Cronln. The newcomer laid a handsome gold lied? Had tbo watchman, too, received a warning? And If so bad be fol headed Indian bamboo walking stick lowed the Impulse that bad first come across a chair, took off his gloves and' lu"" T" to Jimmy Vnlentlno. to flcc-t-ho ? 7T Randall?' be said. time honored resource of the crook.! xes, an, viuuiu. the time honored confession of fun v''"m" " "'"""' "":" """ a""1 crook, night? No: cd would not do- l ert Jimmy Valentine Innnemcrgency lnKB f)orwflrd; , pal?" nU1 ATery- - Uow you. t like this fo- rAvery, pleased nt the enthusiastic' A voice was her.rd outside in the wclcorae and nt tbo slgnl of botu!0 vault room: "All right. Mtty. 111 h.. , .Uh rmy some moro with you in a few each. Then he drew back and looked minutes, i'r- - Randall wnnU me." It from one to tbe other. "Think of us wus ,ho YoU ot Red Flanagan ad- drcsswl to tho little girl, whom bo , 'I0!! fa, "Plscyback" rides, at the dally hazard of bis situation. i door swung open, nnd Red stood ' "ssUta"t csh1"' B Lnot I beforo, n "l60 ,,ls olf, m,0,hcr' U sho,nad fcaf fcW u Red to know that Mr. fJreata was BIU Avery nnleM tbe cashier was pleased so to inform Mm, 'which he wss not? At aTst Valentine had had the belief that S0B90 friend was responsible for tbe stadlng of tbo warning telegram, at Is SskkMsBBBT ' Eft DgH Hill over-com- & -1 i I 'Ir. J ,j. ..,. ...j. 33L M'"," "hVhH.iTS - ,, Sila bf ' SiT? " " t at vKjMferisHslB "4 I wTLVunmJu - r.,,, il IhU 1 ;,,ui: ,u1,'.,:i "..:, tot-elh- G 1 1 "f .. I ," pal-pllc- .-- ,,,,.. rnnn' V. or-els- e -ii .in. n. ... I dt,'4 I A .av V aAMb JT - - 2 1 . ,1 J' New Goods Parasols Neckwear Lawns Farmers Ginghams Gloves Laces Hamburgs Silks Trimmings Save Yourself ing By Using A Hints For Summer Straw From Heavy Lift Hafc .. AW w I r Purses Novelties Etc.. Hosiery Etc. PV1 Airier J. 1 Hav Ralr We handle only goods of quality and J. UlUllAg HTVariQnnrrl llftjf XVCHVC A ClliajJUJ. Ti. A i. C C guarantee price. Take a look and be areai JuaDor oaver. oee n and for the feet you would not think of duyino anything SOX ANY KIND, ANY SHAPE, ANY PBICB 'NEXT," I can sell youanythinc in the Clothing line in strictly advanced styles and right in price. Hand tailored and pure wool. We have a blue serge for 12.50 that h ast he world beat for perfect fit, quality and workmanship GLOVES FOR THE HAND DUT THE CROSSETT IN OXFORD SHOES. FOR THE FEET AND 8HIRT8 TO TONE YOU OFF SEE, iTf 10. convinced. Pence Bros THE FARMERS l'OSTED. Father Sarah i:. .Martin, Krcd Hnndorf, W. II. Kins. J. T. Martin, ii Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. I HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Stanford, Ice Cream Freezers Ry. Hot Weather Goods Water Coolers Screen Wire Screen Doors Screen Windows, Fly Traps, Fly Paper, Fly Killers Cylinder Oil Also Harvesting Oil, Gas Engine Oil, Polarine Oil for Autos, Filtered Gasoline, Etc. Stray bull come to my place April 10th, a red Owner can got same by paying for keep and this ad. JI. F. Uerry, Neui'a Creek, Stan' ford, Ky. For Sale Small farm good, dwelling, large barn, small orchard, well fenced plenty of wicr. good land buns-for3 miles trom Stanford Ceo. & Son. three-yenr-ol- d 41-- 4 10-3- 1 fHnov r or OF BOURBON rffsii POULTRY ! cimc d W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. The J. H. llaiiKhman Livestock Com pound cattle BDURBUM 1'DULTHY CURE HAS NO EQUAL pany tought 00 fat iroin Josh Jones last week for which they paid J4'Ju. The nteves were emp-jie- ftftr hottlr makes- - f2flallonaofinrdUla. to Cincinnati. For Sale Hy NEW STANFORD DRUG CO. know, According to those who there were about 40.WO crop fed catA Grand Nag. tle ill Kentucky this year, and the "WeH." reluctantly admitted the hard stoppers will lose the profits they rresneri Yorkshire horse dealer Id the made last year. This- - hag lieen any- wltn&js box. "I'll ndmlt the animal thing but a catUo year. was blind o one eye. nn I won't deny Btringhnlt In hN off hind leg. an' sold, a pony to he'd P. Kincald I'm uot sayla seeln' the two Tela O. Hangman for JI- -j and one to N. il. his sworn to It that he wasn't spuria-eFowle for $110 laM week. an' I'd sort f uplclon uiy-t- f Dr. O. S. llrock, of London Ixnicht that he nai a roarer, hut be was a I of S. A. l'hihlps u good saddle gelding Krr-ranbom'" London unci Ulickhead and other adth leVENTS DISEASE l'nr thr (rc.lrarn! of White Diarrhoea tochkki a.eac la tutker cttrfcta, deitrort th worrni thechtrfll(e A few drop In th. drinking winrc&rcaand ilmra l'e throat of a opine , l0 ! Hot Days - d Panama Hats Soft Collars NEGLIGEE Mohair Suits LOW SHIRTS d. Tir-Illt- for I27D. I Saturday Only May Among the gocd prei-:uthat will bo hung up by iae .Lancaster Fair Association I his year Is $ i:.". O. alker, for the best oered liy .stickling colt, either six, ay his r.reat ms etalllou Carroll Preston. Silk Socks 27th Every Lady That Buys a Pair of Slippers From $3 up will Get a pair of Silk Hose Free. L. L. SANDERS. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. MEAN TRICK. SHOES DON'T BE TOO sENEROUS. with the cement, lime, etc., you grt from u. Itememlier t.int all oir luilld Ing mr.trrlals are mucn stroiiRur tmn the ordinary ana you can tnerotorr uso le?s than ordinary quantities. If you like we'll telS you Just how v at LOw PRICES Cummins & Wearen, mlii them to get the best results at lh least eost. Ccoie tn nnd ask ua. J. A ALLEN, StMftrd, Ky. Sprint. Suitings Btakb Whit wu the matter th My new spring and summer sample day whoa I assr you skating are now ready (or your Inspection. With Mlsa Fllo! sTemn Why. ho aarunc a clever They comprise ttx best on the sxsrket I can suit anyone as to price who bad tki arid' I tumbled) his clothes mad, ti order. A suit rnado to your metisute Is preferable to ready made clothes. To hat thorn ;roade to measure doesn't coiit any more man reavy maae wncn ijuamy and fit Is considered. Come. In nd let me take yer measure. Stanford, Kentucky. rate 4 1 Kind that Burns goad,. Makes "no cliskcrc and very Little Ashes. We Give you 72 Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen Ounces to the Pound. Protection uff H. C. RUPL5Y, The Practical Tailor. Here is GUARANTEE To Every Depositors 100,0000 Capital 100,000 Surplus. Stockholders' Liability 100,000. We Want J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, - Produce AND HANDLE LIVE ANO DRESSED POULTRY, EGGS. ICE, COAL, FURS, HIDES, ViOOL, SALT, LIME, ONSENG, FEATHERS CTC. KENTUCKY. Corsets Impart Style R&G I "ryiwimrt J.L.Beazley&Co J. C, McCIary, rv' to, 300,000 O--That H. B. Norfhcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. and Comfort i' "V $ 3 0 0, 0 0 UNDERTAKERS AND DEALMAT-TfNG- ALSO stands between your deposit and any possible loss. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Corner Next to Court-!ois- e New Models ER IN FURNITURE, RUGS. EXCHANGE CONCRETING Whr 111 poalllon to Oo all klnda ot oon lllock Work. I'ari-imiut- i rttlUK, kUCli aixt. In tfct, wo chii make any thluf rem Sou down to a Joyce pout. Wt ran leryt vou promptly aud Ruarantb flrt.olan work and material. (Jail mid got our prloai I Just ReceivecJ W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY. . THEY WILL FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. STAMFORD, KENTUCKY. STANFORD, Ulllcn 'Phone 167. - KY- - Stanford, Ky. sfors you buy your ruaturlal at laatt. PHILLIPS BROS.. Stauford, Ky, Home 'Phone 35