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Vo Imvo a nice range of colors ut CI1118t tlTo thing foi kiinotins wrap
pare and dresses
Lawns and Batistes
A big lino of pretty colors and patterns in both tho neat ami elaborate
detigno 10o per yard
Plain and Mercer Stripe Lawns
rho mercerized effect adds greatly to the beauty of these goods ISA and
lOc per yard
Organdies
I Organdies arc tho right thing for this Summer and tho 25c grade is beau
tiful at 10c We chow all colors in Silk Organdie
e Wash Goods
Iw tub
We have been talking ilkn and Mohairs so much that we have slighted
our very excellent showing of Spring Wash Goods11ro have bought n
range of color in all the desirable fabrics Our hooted torn being about
six months long it affords ample time to get the goodof a wash dress The
prices are reasonable and with the assistance of a McCall Pattern you can
own several cheap
o White Linensro
Very Serviceable and Wiulmblo nnd will bo most need of any wash fabric
this season We have Jti inch Linen nt U5c 35c nnd SOc ICiucji linena
ill 05c nnd The 104 linens nt 81 8110 and 81oO
Soisetts
Looks like silk and retains its luster after washing Price 25c nil colors
GinghamsI
We show nil the colors and styles in the celebrated A F C Gingham 10
ccnti per ynrd F
Serpentine CrepeF
In all the new shades nnd black nt 12c per yard
Jinny other lines of wnsh goods not mentioned here N
SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY II
I 110oTiIollll i 1
1Itl
T
JUSTICE to yourself and to your phy
I aician demands tho bent materials and
most careful service In preparing his
prescriptions That Is tho way pre
Drub
scriptions arc filled at Pennys
Store
PERSONALS I
HowAlU COUMAN was down from i i I
y
Lmirul Saturdayy
Mil W C OIIIKNINO of lcxlngtonIi
was here Saturday
M K WHSON of Caseywas a call i
er at this office Saturday + j
MR CEO C GIVENS is over from
Paris looking after his farm
Miss ItrasiK HlCllAitDS of Danville
was with Miss Ophelia lackey
Mu JOHN W UA8T1N of Iltuburc
was a passenger on No 23 yesterday
MR A D PAKHONB and wife of
Scott county arc hero with relatives
JOHN JONKS son of Chief of Police
II G Jones is In Knoxvlllc InHcnrcb of Ll
aw o Jq1 v qr V r
n oCiyrt
Mil J1k JAKVIS and family spent
several days with friends in Marion
S c
county MR J A STONI and wife of Gar I
rand were hero Saturday returning from i
1 Liberty GKOKRK D FIIRHNCR punt several
days with friontb at Cioorjjotmvn andII
LexingtonI I
LexingtonltoLIIn GUTiiuu of Porryvlllo IsI
agent of tho L N at Rowland forI
j I
tho pno cntj
proeen4I Events Club will meet
with Mw J L Iloaxloy Wtdnosday af i
ternoon at 2 oclock
MRS JOHN W UASTIN of Pittsbiirg i
is visiting her mother Mrs Napier in i
the Maywood section i
Ilnv AND Mlle 0 M lion V returned
Saturday from a yteltj to relatives in
a Boone and Harrison counties
lJBoone como from Springfield Teat
4that Mh W J Dozier who wan Mist
r
ill
Jennie Pence of this place k vary
Miss EltZAlirrrit llAWKtN of Cor
Wn who has Ixian tho guest of Mfa
t I Mary Me Robert returned homo yes
terday
terdayMa JKMK F COOK of Lexington
cnmo over Sunday to holp his imronta
IexlngtonJ
capitalJIH8 and J M
MHfimia M G UBYNOUIS
Johnson of Waynosburg wcro callers
f Friday Tho latter gave us a big enter
for printing
1 Missus ANWB THOMPSON and etUoI
toY
lonnln ton have boon employed
teach the public school at this plnceI
Mt Vernon Signal
John Chadwioks stay In
1DUnINa
Signalr a number of friends
who regretted to have him return to his
Crab Orchard home
MR E L WOODS of Garrard was
hero Friday returning from Texas
where ho had been to see his wife wlfO
is there in search of health
MESSRS W M MYKIIS and G A
Hughes of tho West End were hero
Saturday returning from Whitley coun
ty where they had been taking up a lot
I of lumber
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LOCALS
tOlt UBNT Storeroom at Rowland
y Call on or address Mrs Mattio V
I Kirby Stanford 2t
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WE can paint your old buggy and
make it look as good as new very
cheap W J Romans ancostcr
Hoosirit Corn PlantCMre Cutting liar
rows Drag Harrows Riding Cultiva
tors for sale by Ep Pence Co
BRYAN Hon William JcnnlngH Bry
r an the great Commoner will pass thro
at
Stanford tomorrow lie lectures
Williamsburg tonight and Somerset to
morrow night
YOUR attention is called to tho sale
lUchnrilBibb
t advertisement of Mr Richard Bibb
The salo will take place at his farm bo
1 1 twccn Turncrsville and McKinney next
Saturday April 22
PARTIES having bored wells on their
premises will greatly oblige Prof J L
Boslcy by notifying him Ho has a
special purpose in wanting to ascertain
the number in tho county
I HOCKER Mr Joseph rltockcr
I died hero
f v father of Mrs W 0 Speed
this morning aged about 65 His homo
Pittsburg but ho came here
at
was for treatment of
some two months ago
complication of troubles Ho Is sur
vlved a by a wife and several children
4The burial will occur hero at 10 oclock
I A moro extended notice of
tomorrow
t t Mr Hocker will appear n xtLasueI
I
SOMETHING entirely new in Lap Dun
lera at J C McCIarys See It I
CARIBTS mattings oil cloths cur
thins shades rugs Severance Son
LCT us put on your rubber tires We
have the best rhmlc W J Romans
Lancaster
LOOK out for manage high lifet
Tho announcement has not been made J
yet but the date draws as near as May
Cth
rn
FOR RENT Five room cottage onJ
Logan Avenue just vacated by E D
Kennedy and family Mrs Nancy
Stone Stanford f1
A CRAY mare came toy place last j fi a
week Owner can get her by paying C
for her keep and this notice J V I
McKenzie Maywood I
lis
WB have hail snow and all sorts otI
winter weather since last issue and fears v
Iv
arc entertained that fruit is killed or t
ftOlviJnJOagjJj nysCTy J
THE Young Ladies Mission Circle will
give an open session at the Christian
church next Sunday night at 780
Members all other churches arc cor
dially invited
Tau Citizens Bank of Brodhead be l I
gins an advertisement with us this is f
sue It is n good Institution and is mlk11
Ing n wonderful start It has boon run J
nlng only about three months and has a
deposit of 35000 j a
TUB Lilliputian Wedding to bo given t
under the auspices of the Young Ladies r
Missionary Society of tho Presbyterian t
church will occur on May Cth Tho roles t
all being taken by youngsters insures a i
a pleasing entertainment <
I
Tilt INTKRIOR JOUltSAI has blossom j
cd out in n new dross and is 01 pretty I
as n peach As we learned to read from 1or
the I J and havo n deep bye for the 1
Walton boys our delight at the paI
K3rn prosperity Immunsuniblo LanI
caster Record I
CIIRISMAN Andrew Chrteman of I
Moroland but formerly of Waynocoun t
ty died a few days since after a linger t
ing IIInoH Mr Chrfainan was nearly t
70 yours old and wan one of Lincoln
countys boat man Two sons both of
Hedgevillc survive him
OUR 5 and lOc department steadily
climlts upwanl We firmly balievf that 4
no retail Innovation ever introduced in
Stanford boa met with such pronounced
success New goods aro being added
to this department dally no matter
when you come youll see some useful
articles that you never hoard of before
John P Jones
ANNIVERSARY CrnrIIItATIo Crab
Orchard Lodge No lOS I O 0 F
will celebrate tho BCth anniversary of
tho order in tho United States April 26
All sister lodges aro invited to partici I
pate and nil Odd Follows aro expected
also The public is invited to attend
the services which begin at 2 r M at
tho Baptist church An interesting
program will bopresonied
A COMMERCIAL Cum has been organ
ized at Junction City for the purpose of
advancing the best interests of tho
town and offering Inducements for en
terprises to locate there M D Hans
dell cashier of the First State Bank was
made president and James Shelby of
tho firm of It H West Co secreta
ry and treasurer The organization was
named tho Junction City Commercial
Club
tubTun
TUB Central Kentucky Medical As
sociation will meet hero Thursday
next 20th Following is tho program
of tho day Dr J B Klnnaird Lan
caster Diseases and Injuries of the
Tibia Dr JG Carpenter Stanford
Early Diagnosis Minimum of Taxis
Dr Henry Pitman Parksvllle Pathol
ogy Complications and Treatment of
Inflammatory Rheumatism Dr Thos
Price Harrodsburg Pathology and
Treatment of Fracture of tho Patella >
THE 1 J man attended court at the
booming town of Somerset yesterday
and found business of all kinds on the
look up The crowd was small howev
er and stock trading was mot as brisk as
It might have been Over 600 houses
have been built In this growing city
during the last two years and yet there
is not a vacant house nor storeroom
Tho Q C was paying out between
40000 and 50000 to its hundreds of
employes and naturally the railroad
people were feeling good The enlarge i
ment of the company shops there i is a I I
certainty
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WB have accordion pleating done i
Severance Son 1
EASTER display of millinery Friday I
21st Misses Vandeveer 2t
I WILL send off laundry on Tuesdays t
Instead of Wednesdays hereafter Ed I
Wilkinson I
LOST a red boar shoal white
face Liberal reward for his return
John Cook Stanford
WANTED 300 old buggies surrics
and phaetons to paint and repair W
Romans Lancaster
I HAVE accepted the agency for a
monument house and will be glad to
figure with those thinking about buying
tombstone or monument J C Mc
Clary
ITne Stanford Water Light Ice CoI
now prepared to deliver ice in any i
quantities within city limits Those
wanting ice in morning please notify us
the afternoon previous Phone 11 B
F J 1trnM w M4t
IT Is straw e what silly things I
boys will do We believe firmly that I
the youngsters who painted a lot o rill
foolishness on the windows steps and j
arch of Mrs Mary E Welcharcs11
4
dunce Friday night did it as a joke but Ij
it was currying things entirely too far
and they may yet deeply regret their
indiscretion Mrs WelchII hand omc I
house has been defaced and naturally I
she does not feel good pboutlt She t Iof
citizen of the town and is justly en
titled to all the protection thnt tho town
authorities can give hor and her proper
ty Being a widow she should receive
even more than ordinary protection and 4
certainly she is entitled to the respect 1
of oven the pranky youths who sought I
to worry her Alone at her home the
fright given Mrs Welch theseyoung 1
marauders might have driven her insane I
or caused her great trouble and then 1
the Perpetrators would have repented
at leisure what they did hastily It was
a bad move on the boys part and they
should be severely punished but being
of a forgiving nature we suggest that
they be permitted to go this time on I I
the promise that there will be no repe
tltion of the sin If a second offense is
committed the most condign punish
mont should and doubtless will be in
flicted
Death Is I1lwns sad but
especially is it so when it comes to a
young wife and mother who had fco
much to live for as did Mrs Harry C
Baughman whose soul took its flight to
the mansions above at 1130 Thursday
night n mention of which appeared in
our last issue The illness of this splen
did woman begun some three weeks
ago and little did those who are now
crushed by her death think it would
prove fatal but death loves a shining
mark and lie needed her in His Heaven
ly Homo and called her hence Con
scious up to almost the very last Mrs
Baughman made a noble fight against
the grim reaper frequently saying I
must not die and leave my husband and
children How thoughtful even in the
very face of death was this devoted
wife and tender mother 1 May the rich
reward she now receives assuage the
grief of those who so reluctantly gave
her up Mrs Baughman who was
Miss Georgia Barnes Wray was born I
April 28 1S73 and is survived by a hus
band and two little sons Earl and
James aged five and two respectively
Her mother Mrs Mary Wray is also
left to mourn the loss of a loving duti
ful daughter while the sisters and
brother who share deeply in tho loss
are Mrs L M Bruce Miss Nettfe Wray
and Mr Homer C Wray When only
14 Mrs Baughman united with the
Presbyterian church and had sincebecn
an active member Funeral services
were held at her late homo near Hus
1tonville by Rev G W Mills Saturday
afternoon after which the remains
were brought hero and laid away in
IiBulTalo cemetery Several of her fa
vorite songs were beautifully and feel
ingly sung by Mesdames J G Carpen I
carpen11e
tel and A G Huffman and Rev Gil
bert Glass acd Mr W H Wearen Rev I
Glass offered an appropriate prayer and
then the snow white casket which held I
all that was mortal of tho Godly young
woman was hidden from view forever
An immense crowd attended thefuner
al services and flowers in profusion
showed to tome extent how she was
loved and esteemed May lie who tem
per the wind to the shorn lamb make
IAprovision for the mdthcrless little boys
and comfort the husband mother sis
ers and brother in their dark hour of
sorrow v
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THE wind of a week ago blew down a
large tobacco barn on Mr S Porter
Staggs farm in Fayette
r
You arc cordially invited to attend j
the prayer services of the Stanford aux 1
iliary to the C W B AL on the after i
noons of April 20 21 and 22 Miss j
Ophelia Lackey secretary
No confirmation has been received I
the reported fight between Russian
and laps North of the Natuna Islands
on April 12
Nearly 1000 delegates are attending
the American Anti tuberculosl
Leagues convention Antltuberculoslsj
The steamship Manchuria from San
Francisco for the Orient carried SanI
000 tons of freight for Japan
Fifteen shares of Boyle National
Bank stock sold at Danville yesterday I
at 15160 to 16230
The Japanese have captured a large
number of colliers off the coast of Coch
inChinaMrs
Mrs Irene Hall aged 71 is dead at
Danville
DanvilleS
SHERFFS SALE
II1lnlOII Circuit Court
ljThl is > xliiKton llrewlnp Co Ilnlntlfl vi
11 MM A Co defendant Courtf
liy vlrtiw of mi order toed by the Lincoln
rounty iourt In the alaer ktylftl ciix the
underiilKiied will M > 11 nt public outcry tour i
hlKheot mid ltl bidder on I
SATrilHAY AIltIIi8lM I
11 III nlKiut Jocjock r M nt the Midway Sa
lulu 1111 1101 11t III Stir town of HIIIII
fonl Ky the following dcMTltml IIIIILI
towlt A romplMt wt of Miloon fixture
lthvM > lUtttrra will 1M M lcl nutijort to u mart I
hlr
Ialte nt the rule or 41 wr tcnl per iinmuii I
froiniliitui nml u kogook conolntlim
of uplrltiiou vliuu and mult II Hare oiu I
rnili ndlttcr uUmt IA Ux < of Clgars on <
Colcn Hot 1I111t stovf H lot of empty bill
MIo liiim t > nttl < iiml itliiPMH Mwnil bile <
tlfiil mined plrturfk IliiitrKiind otlior tills i
c < > llnn < oiiKiirtlcli
1 will offer for Mile the et of llxtunn n n
whole nod will then offer for itle the ktorlc
of tXKU III Mlxiriite imriiln nrconlliiK to
OINIIIIJII
the kind and brand of mine otTerlnit eneh
lininil w luirutily iiixl then I will otter the
KiMHlnnnd flxtnrritnK whole Ii lilt will nc
rcpt the hluliist nml U > > t bid innde for the
IOCllb1l1ll1 nxllln
TouI will ell Mime on n vritllt of one
month mid will require of the piirclniMT
laud with npprovetl Mrsnnnl eciirlt1 nr
IllS Intvrvnt from ilnte of wile and Inivln
Iito fore and r11et 01 u Judgment Itililluli
Id IIIH pooteil thin ltIh if xv of April tot
MK HAUnflMANK IC
Iy T Wmxl U M
Antecarlo 226 12
Mnde over YerMilllen track In winning nice
Klivtl liy 1100114 IS Hint ohl for twin
lit pulillc MII < > First tlnni Mnry Ann hy
llHllotornt 11 ton of Mumlirlno Piitclien
TheM two froze produc l The Aliot I
SH ll rhiunpton trottlni f > Mlui of tin
world 2nd dent liy Indrts ndeine son 01
Andrew Jnckson liiitfifndrnrrii diini h y
Aiiierlvnn Htnr The Aiiierlcnn Htnr IImll
Andrew Jiickmn bltwotIs re > oni > ll > le for I
follhmIN
UnftU Sdl li the rbnniplon trotting Mill
lion of thunorlil You MH Anternrloh two i
loll erala lire 1IKllhll for the fiutei I
KtlilliiK twoiu > t rrooMSiin rfkiMintllilv for I
the fiiHteitt ntnlllon Then you fw he In Nt
trr hreil thun eltheruf them for lie him the
lilcWvl of lath Antvoirlo u K Milld brown i
horse is 31 Hindu hi nil wtliihlnis 11T I
ponmlK llnektylenndiiftlon Will itiiiul at
ill to IllHire n IlvliiK colt
Will also ktnnd the young luck ABRAM
3RD nt I M to Inmirv n colt He wn tlrtfil Ito
Xh rum iml nml he hy an I III ported jack
Aliriiuilnrii nrkt diim l > y VclnvliniU Slid
sum Uv Imp InlermoUru dam by Moreniio
Mnminoth Ileli ittnlned tot colts for ore
noil money Auras traded or bad to other
hors forfeits Innurunco tad niiikon en on
money tine 1
Hold will stand nt my fnrni on Somerset
pike four iiillen from Mnnford llIn s cnis
Ill lit 12 per month Curt tnken to prevent
nccldvntf but not reMKinslble thoiild nny
occur WIMIAM MKIKIIiM
Htiinfunl Ky
Commissioners Sale I
Ilncojn Circuit Court
Klrnt Nntlonnl IJnnk of Stnnfnrdt Ky
riiilntirr vs JU KiiliieyetnlIiefemlanU
Snllcl elf Half
Iurxuunt to n liidtiment of the Lincoln
circuit court n il1chnllllIt nUive Ktyh < d
action nt the Mnrch term IllS the under
Mciietl luster Commissioner of said court
will on
wlllIIlION11AYIAY SI1M11 I
Alain t f M Ill front of tlin court hvuM
door In Ntnnfonl Ky Kellnt public outcry
to I Ill hlKliiist mid Kfct bidder the followliiK
dcMTlUd renl e tnte oil uatil III Lincoln
county 6r otntlie wntem of lluwkln
llriiiuli iHUindetl on the North Inv the hinds
of J K limn on the south by tit lands of
HumCiiKlello on the Knbt by the hinds of
Hurry IIlglrllllltldrecILWittallit the Vest
by the laude 01 JoMph Itiillou Hnld land U
dcserllHil by ineten nml oundn PIN follows
llenlnnlnit nt H tone on old corner on West
In line of < leo
Ids of tho itprtni lIrlllwhIIIIIIIIIIIII
T 1cltollls IHid tlienii H7 li WWioir
M link to n tnke on bliift lotek of rprini
honor thence H SI KiSI2H > leiicroMln8 wild
briuicii to n dens Hvcnmore thence H 11 Fn
Ih croxsliiK wild brunch to n liimluK elm
tales Hunt lde of rnld brunch HUlSWoiS
on
afar ton tiikiln line of the ii moo land r
hence with the line of wild land N Ml U4 K
1W aha 5 llnkM to it ton hU corner In
JncKkon line thence with Jackson linn N
111 W M polf il links tonMone corner to
ieorneT McllobiTt mutt thence hIM llneN
NI IY W ltlHileK 5 link to tho iNRlnnlnu
and contnlnliiK Ti arms two roods and at
iHiloii of linul Also nnotliir tract called
tact No S 111111111111 nt II Ftnke In llopier I
llnetlieliceN 111 l K VI pole to n stnko 111
leorituT McHoUTt line thence liU line H
77 FnllalesunelobShrincr47 1 2w IU
pole1 links ton Ktiikethcncv MSh injMili
toitiikthxcn14tntxdt to the be
KlnnlnucontiilnlnK IIIk 0111 ncn tract J roods heKlnnlntl nml > >
nt the iMKlnnlim corner of tmot Noxtlnnce
Inllhl W with UopperV line 1iIIh IMInk
i to u utiike thence with llopx a llni > H2itl4
2i iMiUK Hi links to tliurintro of tlieHtiin
W
w
hi1011t Ianvllle turnplki thenco S al ISJ K I
pike I pole to n ntnkn there N w lt K
1 with 11 with HopperN 1I1111t lain in Inks I
1IN It btoke t liilireX 4JI4 K 17 ia1s 13 links
lUll Make In last lino of tract No to thence i
I with lint of Mime 1 poi to the 1111111111 lit
I Thiinmount to lie nlIlht1 from thin litI
It11tI111 with Interest thereon nt l1101iintll
ii ixr cent iwr nnnum from I > ec 4 ll n until
piildnml tint cost r of this action Tho MHO
credit of fi 12 nml M
iniiilu oil n
lit
will In
Tho pttrchnso prlco to lit piild
montlm
will
liiKtnllmentb tho purchiuer
thrvo I equal to ulvo load for lilt purclmx
liwlII with niinrovftl p ronul security
ap41rovn1tnrsonul
iiioucy
nlIhlo to the UIIIIIII OIWI unil luiirlllif s
I LonrllinwterVilt
I GEO D SAUFLEY M C L CC
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i Custom Tailoring Suits
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r Measurehail
Every Suit we put out bears evidence
of superior wormanship and
possesses the most ap
proved style
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F We Give the Best Material
and Guarantee Every Suit
I to Fit Perfectly
it Five Hundred Samples to Select
it From See our Samples for the
Next Suit You Expect to Have
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CUririlNSMCLARY
CUf1fIINSMCLARYStanford
l Stanford Kentucky
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W B McRoberts
Stockmon Notice
I will stand at toy place In Stanford toy fine
Registered Imp Poland China boar Lincoln
Chief uttl Heady forserTlee WO Walker
PUBLIC SALE I
I will sell nt public outcry nt my place lio
twoen Turiiemvllle nod McKinney on
rHTUItIlYlItIl 2i1tst5
The followlnc proM > rty Half Interest In
101111 double A harrow 1 ilUc harrow I
Acmo harrow i thou drill 1 douhlo plow 1
IliKle hlllrow11 idiovol 1 Knrden plow 1 cut
tint lax all toluicco sticks I It 1t8111t ket
t12 wash kcttlii household and kitchen
furniture I rocknway I bucklo ire I buggy <
I family hors Idunllr brood mare heavy
In foal to HI Harris1 11111 barrels
Jersey row I lilrgr brood ow I INIIIII or
corn sot of wnuon liiiriiemi pcxxl two I
liiiriieiu ono No I r 1
sets of buggy
horso WIIKOII 1 iMiorc wagon Terms mad +
known on day of sale Hale will Ixnln nt 10
1It luriiAiiommi
AM luriiAiiommiTurnuriivHlo
TurnuriivHlo Ky
elteeXT
Undertaker Embalmer and
Dealer in ITnriiessSaddlcry
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sTANFORD
STANFORD KENTUCKY v
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ISTANFORD
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Sells Kurfccs Heady Mixed Paints Every
gallon Guaranteed There is none better
New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White
Lead and Linseed OilAlso t
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A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer
I
INABOTM JR
NnlHilli JIIII henutlful dark lay with
henvy inline nod tall with pant tame plentyt
of style nod lull iii and llnr extreme high nc
tlonnnd If worked would ttepim fust in old
NiilKithhUnlre lie l > over Hi linniU high
wclithx IK3 pound nnd only ftytnrsold thU
Mny Ho Is Vv tho IIkIlOWI1NllllOlh who
waHidred by WnUlnnham Hire of Ijitltudo
817 l4iinif many other In tho lint Vnl
Klnxliam XuUitliV 11I Mm of leorite I
Wilkes Joint dam TliiKel Uy Mes eager
eagerUunlr
Klnlne 831 the diini of Norlnltie yenrllliK
record 2Jil IS Nnlrnth tins 11rsf dnm by
Meswneer thief Jr tad dam in Orlt Huvln
ilrd sum n tliorouuhlirtil He will mnkotho
Helicon of Jln lit my stable III Htanfonl Ky
nt tho low prlco of SI Vl to Injure it IlvliiK
colt Money duu when colt In foaled or iiiuru
parted with Mure traded orrcnioved from
thin county forfeits the Inmininco nod the
hlOUI1II1011t8
money la due Ilen retained on colt until
Mention U Nlids
Nnlotli Is considered by the l > egt harseinnw
to IKI tho last hor e In Kentucky to brood to
for hluhclnxK hnrneiia liornvN S < o him IN >
for you breed J IL I1KALKYHtniiford
Htniiford Ky
Jl Beazley CocO
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Untlertnkers and Embalm
ers Also Dealers in Fur i
niture InttingRug8 They
will exchange Furniture for
all Kinds of Stock Give
r iell n Call Prices Plight
STANFORD KENTUCKY
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