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MENS' - - - LADIES'
WE HAVE BY FAR THE LARGEST -AND MOST COMPLETE
3TOCK OF MENS' OXFORDS IN TOWN. WE HAVE EVERY STYLE,
EVERY LAST AND EVERY SIZE IN THE WORLD'S DRESSY CROSSET.
Stanf ord, Ky.
Itepott of condition of
The First National Bank,
nt Stanford, In the titntc of Ken
tucky, nt the closo of business, March
Loans nnd discounts . ... tl7l,!40 20
Overdrafts secured nnd un
secured 4.749 70
TCii. UontlsTto sccurecli-
culntlon GO.OOO 00
Prctn's on U. 8. Donas . . . r.00 00
Uonda, securities etc ... 2.74K 00
Hanking house, furniture
Oilier real estate owned ..
Due ftom National Hanks
(Not reserve agents) ..
Uuo from 8tato and l'rhato
Hanks ncd bankers, Tmst
Companies, and Savings
Checks and other cash
Uue from approved reserve
Agents S.87S 91
items 9 57
PURE BRED POULTRY.
For Sale By Reliable Breeders
(4 Line Cards In this column SI
Cash for Season.)
S. C. White iLeghorns Diamond
itraln year 'round layers of large,
wf)tc eggs $1 per setting.
'- A. C. Alford Stanford, Ky
P,ure Crescert S. C. White Leghorns.
Eggs for setting. Miss Lizzie Davison,
Pure bred Black Mlnorcas
Eggs SI per settlng
Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford.
Choice White Wyandotte cockerels
Kgzs $1.50 for 15. Mrs. J. N, Cash.
THOROUGHBRED S. C, R. I
Eggs fcr sale $1 for 15
Imported Coek at-Head of Yardi,
D. M. WALKER, Stanford, Thone 130.
it you want hens that lay In winter.
when eggs are high. Get the S. ('
Uult Orpingtons. Kggs $1 for 15. W
P. Kincald. Phone ISfO, Stanford. 2t.
Eggs For Sale 15 for $1
C C. WITHERS, R. F. D. No 2.
Phone 1431 f-2.
Imported stock Buff Orpington eggs
75 cents for 15. Baby chicks $2 per
dozen. Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stan,
for", Ky., Route No. 1 'Phone 533 1-2
For Sal's in-lian Riiir.er Dusk Eggs.
$1 for setting of 12.
THE Indian Runner is known as the
Leghorn of the duck family, for eggs.
Mrs. D. E. Proctor, Phone 193.
S. C. Brown Leghorn eggs, 50 centk
per setting. Mrs. J. M. Cress, R. F. D
No. 4, Stanford. 'Phone 380 G. Lan.
AND ALL KINDS OF
SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER
GOOD SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES
MACHINE SHOP IN THE BLUh
DANVILLE MOTOR & ELECTRIC
DANVILE, KY, 123 N. Fourth St.
Notes ot other National
Hanks .0 00
Fractional paper, currency
Nickels, and Cents 43i 66
Specie S,6C9 75
Legal-tender notes 3,745 00
KeJemptlon fund w Ith V. S.
TrniKilrnr (5 Tier COnt Of
circulation ,.- 2,500 00
TOTAL $273,432 17
Capital stock paid In ....J50.000 00
Surnlus fund 2Q0U 00
Undivided profits, less expen
ses and taxes paid i.j-i
National bank notes out
standing ." '"
Duo to other national
Hanks .8S 0U
Tine to state nnd privnto
banks nnd banker . .. 827 '.'
Individual deposits subject to
check 117.923 10
Demand certificates of do
Notes and bills redis-
posit 7,000 Oil
counted U-S2.". 00
Bills payable, Including certi
ficates of deposit for
money borrowed 6,000 00
rOTAL J273.432 17
State of Kentucky, county of Lin
ton, ss: I. II. U uaugnmnn. uismcr
of the nbovp nnmed bank, do soliuenly
swear that the above statement is true
to the best of my knowledge and be
lief. H. C. Baughman. Cashier.
Si.bscrlbed nnd sworn' to before me
thM 11th day of March 1911, W. M
Correct Attest: J. S. Hocker, S. T
Harris. Jas F. Cummins. Directors
Atfention Poultry Raisers
Sick Fowls Don't Pay,!!
Droopy Hens Won't Lay.
They Lay. They Weigh. Ttey
Egqs $1 for 17.
W. BEN WEAREN, Stanford, Ky.
POSTKD. Father Leo, W. 11. King.
Var Sale. Double 8Uadard Polled
Durham Short I loin Hulls, model
farms nnd choice breeding. 200 bush
els rrcleand seed oats. 500 bales
timothy hay. A. W. Carpenter, More
land. Yv S. Wlgham of Moreitnd, has
Isled his property against trespass
era of all kinds. 11-6.
A bargain If iold In 30 days. A tract
o' 87 kcres of land on Crab Orlicard
nud Stanford plkc 3 miles from Crab
Orchard, Ky Apply to Vf. T. darner,
Stanford, R. F. D. No. 1, 17-tf
For Bale. Tlire0 year old gray Jack
w ell bred good site. For Particulars
address Jas. McKechnle, Hubble.Ky,
Lancaster 'Phone 3S4 S 172.
H. C. Arnold bought 7 cows of Thur
lov, Jones lait week at I 1-2 cents.
J. Lee Murphy bought 15 bogs al
Mlddleburg last weik at 7 cent.
J. I). Walker of Richmond bought
75 acres of tho old Ihvuley farm be
tween the Lexington and Sugar Creek
turnpikes for S0. per ncru Thlt has
always been considered out of the
Ilnest utid most product: tx Mrim In
The mule sale held ut (2. S. .Moore's
1-nrns, nt Springfield, Tenn., recentl)
by Morrow llros., of Adair llle. result
ed In the highest prices that were ever
I aid for mules In that county They
v;ero coming two years old and
brought all the way from 117.1 to t'U)
Thirty-two head were sold by this
firm, nil being extra fine ones.
0. M. Owens, Hlsollle. Ky., bought
n ttnl- rtf IT. lintnl Inmvt tiiirm iiitllr4
from Mr Hrnrv Aluholler. l tlors., . "TOII WintloclttlndIcowrltO
wive, jy., ior j.iu. 51,0 will trrnt your letter as
.1. N. Hennker an agent tor Itichnrd Htrlctlyconlltlcntlnl. IV.rSOycnrs
Oilier, dark c;oun,y. 10ce.y soM ,, fT
lour year old blnck jack to .Mr rhiyd. i,cstato wrltout once.
Lair, of near Cynthlana. Ky., for Ifc.'iU
Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Creston, Iown. " I was tronblM for
a long time, with liitlammatlnn. jalns
in my slue, sick
licadarlies ami tier,
vousness. I had ta
ken so manjr mrUL
clues that I was
thought 1 would
never get well. A
friend told me of
Lydia K. I'lnkham'a
pound and It re
stored mc to health.
I have no mora
pain, my nerves nro stronger and I can
do my own work. Lydia K. IMnkliam'a
VegeLiblo ConiK)und cured mo after
everything else had failed, and I rec
ommend It to other suffering women."
Mns. Wm. SKAL5, 0W AV. Howard St.,
Thousands of unsolicited nnd genu
ine; testimonials llko the. nbovn provo
tho ofllclency of Lydia K. llnkiiam's
Vegetablo (.ompound, which Is mado
exclusively from roots nud herbs.
Women who suffer from thoso dis
tressing ills should not loso sight of
these, facts or doubt the ability of L)diu
K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to
restore their health.
Irs. IMnkliuiii, nt Lynn, flliuss.
At W. H. Hfcgins' in the
Line, made by the Genuine Oliver Plow
It attracted the crowd Monday.
W. H. Higjgjtis.
WHY LOSE YOUR FOWLS?
against disease? A few drons of Bourbon Poultry
Cure in tho water keeps fowls strong, vigorous anil
tarifty, protects them against dlseaso and puts them
In prime condition for cgg-laylng. It Is the only
remedy that can be depended upon to cure roup, Chol
era and Gapes simply because It destroys the germs
which cause these diseases. One 50 cent bottle
makes 12 gallons of medicine. Every Poultry raiser
KEould keep a bottle of this medicine on hand.
OUR BOOKLET ON "DISEASE OF FOWLS CAUSE,
'PTOMS AND TREATMENT," IS FREE. ASK
YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT.
The Jack has the reputation of being
a fine animal.
IHirton nnd Mulliiis bougM of I 1
llyijlnger 8 fcood tattle at JM per
heudJ'J llnlnegr bought of T N Nop,
to cattle at $17 per head. Mr liysln
per also bought of James Holes 4 oat
tie nt 1110. Alt. Vernon Slgual,
There were nbout T.OO cattle on the
market here -Monday, court day but
trading was rather du'l owing to the
hl(.h prices asked. Some ixtra good
tturf brought us high as f. cents and
mini traders whoso cattle wcri not
so dim scctncil to think the) ought
to gut the to no'tch flgi're too, hence
the Inactivity or the market Cattle
bjyeru and traders were here from
a dozen rnuntiiu and all agree that
Stnnford Is now tho best market in
this part of the state
W L. Sloan ot Hubble, sold a
fine 2-year-old Jack to Wilkes Rogers
ol unpor (Jarrnrd for 5730. This Jack
is lf 1-2 hands hlqh and Is a I in,. Indi
vidual Jlr.Sloan also sold a nice
Icolt to Will Llllard for 1325 und
1 bought tho crack young stallion Silver
Wood, fiom .Inmes Rogers. This stud
I is only four-year-old and gives mucin
vny iuku cuuuces promise,
V A. Lear sold to It. (1. Pott us of
Lincoln county a pah of (i-year-old
mules tor JoOf' to be used by a Won
Virginia Coal Compin, V. A. Lear
Hold a 3-year-old inulo to Jamea Dud
dcrur for J300, Mr Lear sold a fat
tow to T. S. Elkln for 4 3-4 cents per
"I was very nervous "
writes Mrs. Mollic Atirsc,
of Carrsville, Ky., "had
palpitation of the heart,
and was irreRular.
"On the advice of Mrs.
Hattie Cain I took 2 bot
tles of Cardul and it did
me more rjood than any
medicine I ever took.
"1 am 44 years old and
the chance has not left
me, but 1 am lots better
since taking CarduL"
Notice! Poultry Raisers
Cholera, Gapes, Limbcrncck, Roui. Canker, J
;;;v, :;; uiarrnoea and all Diseases f Pwftrv
izzfoziRsr y " u jmi.u.
Mm Ktit rWrui. Dubm, Kt,
"T.".'Z !! lOfc llcwniiM
HfB. Md Ourittetd hj J. H. tnm, brfcttwi, Ky. Prk 50e l til Dregta.
PENNY'S DRUG STORE.
Have added a new and complete
line of magazine and periodicals a
well as the latest approved fashion
journals and invite your inspection.
PENNY'S DRUG STORE
Indian Runner Duck eggs from a
great laying strain $1 or setting of 12
S3 for 15 All orders receive prompt
attention. Wolford Lovell. It. F. D.
No. 1 Stanford.
Harrcd Plymouth eggs for sale, $1
for 1C. Also Indian Kunner duck eggs
SI lor 13. Mrs. Andeion NunnoIIey,
McClue Route, Moreland, Ky.
Those Fighting Game Chickens.
THE GPtY GRISTS.
Tbn Prettiest Fowls In the World
S. J. EMBRY, JR.
PURE BRED POULTRY
Indian Kunner Duck eggs ft for 12
Duff Otplngton eggs it 15
Kngllsh Salmon Tavoralls ?5 for IS
Subject to Inspection.
MRS. S. J. EMBRY, JR.
Please semi me by express two. Last year we lost an entire hatch
(juarts of Dourbon Poultry Cure. No from white dlnrrhoea: this year we
ono who Is an up-to-date poultry ral have used Dourbon Posltry Cure In
cr can alford to bo without this valu
able medicine. It does all you claim
and more. I take pleasure In recom
mondlng It as the best poultry reme
dy I over saw. It It working like
magic in this county. My friends
who arc using It say they nuer saw
anything like IL People call me over
(ho prone and say, "My
sick, what must I do?" I toll them t
use Dourbon Poultry Cure, and In a
few days lhc7 call me nnd say tuelr
birds are Bound and woll. I hav a
great many U P. Hock chickens und
125 of Uie Ilnest SI. U. turkeys In ths
State. I uso this roraery and nover
have a sick fowl. It gives them
ttrength and vitality and makos their
rlumago bright and glossy. See my
exhibit at tho next state fair. Mro
J. D. Cox, Lawrenceburg, Ky.
ftUm-Mrs. Cox was awarded first
prize to th-i boht gobblur at Kentucky
I State Fair and first prlre for best hen
at lilue Grass Poultry Show,
j livery year I have been losing from.
10 to iuu cnickriu from gapes, and I
hail about concluded not to try raising
any more. 1 got a bottle of llourbon
Poultry Cure, and used It according to
Htrrtlfinn nnlv n 111.. mnfi AAI.. -
Vo are pay.ng today ror - " "' ' 'V ',,, rJ "
.No. 1 lllnck skunlc i 1.75-2.35 (Now I have 200 chlcUs, all thrifty and
No 1 short fork 7C-I16 BrowlP eoly, and not a "gapoy"
f,' l 8nort rorK 7&-l-6on( among them. In sulto of the fact
Mink (.... UL'-JMthat thry have froe access to a big
Coon 40 $1 lo
Ham etc lO-'.O
H. B. Norifacelt.
T. K. Tudor. Mgr.
i. ..., .....i. ..... .. :
15-35. 1 J"f". which is a ur.j'Hung piarn
' ynebburg, V:i.
their drinking water continually and
have not lost nny. Wo highly recom
mend It to be all you claim for It, and
we attribute our success to the use of
It. W. K. Johnson & Son, Lexington,
NOTE. -This firm won first nrlzo
and color special for cockerel n',m) guld
medal for best bird In show at Mln-
(.oin State Poultry Show.
I havo been raising chickens for
nearly fifty years and Bourbon Poul
try Cur is the most satisfactory reran
dy for cholera and gapes that I have
ever used. .Mrs. W. W. Halston. Hon-'
hor turkeys and chlckenH Bourbon
Poultry Cure does all that you claim
for H. If you have no agents at Kan
sas City, I would like to take a hun
dred samples with me and distribute
them among the largo breeders. 8. A.
uavons, snelbyvllle. Ind.
NOTK Mr. Hnons was award vd
twetty six ribbons on his fowls, Includ
lng tlrst prlzo for be3t gobbler, at Mis
souri Stat Poultrv ahow.
I feel it my dsty to gt:. my test I
motiy In regard to Bonrbon Poultry
jiirr i uougnt som0 turkeys that
were r.ffeciAl v'tu cholira and nip,
end 1 Hsed It nnd did not Inso a ln
glo bltd In my flock. 1 think It Is
the best poultry remedy I know of
You nre privileged to uso my name to
the public or to your customers, 1
have boen rnlslng poultry for many
Yearn, and buvo used many rerawll
of dl'ffrent kinds, and liourbon J'oul
try Cur- Ir the best remedy I ever
UBed. Mrs. Sallle Comptou, Pnrry-
Wu have hundreds of testimonials like theso, In our circulars and
booklets. The remedy does the work .or there prominent poultry raisers
wouldn't suy so. They wouldn't buy.lt and then Ho nhoiit It If It fnlleri
Try nnd seo for youmelf whnt It will do for your fowls.
NEW STANFORD DRUG CO STANFORD, KY.
T. P. CURRY A SON , DANVILLE, KY.
J. R. MOUNT. SON & CO LANCASTER, KY.
REYNOLDS & EVANS JUNCTION CITY. KY.
As executor of Frank Vaughn, de
ceased, I tlll Olfitr Mr sale 'to the
nlghost anil best blddder on.
Saturday March 25th, 1911,
In the town of HuUonville, Ky., the
follcj-ving property to w:f
One 9-year-old bay iiorse, any lad
or child can drive him; not afraid of
automobile or steam; 1 "-year-old
horse by llalton. well broke, good In
dividual; 1 S voarold cow.good mllkoi
lot ot poi'ltry, one new rubber tire
buggy, 1 jft new harness, 1 old biisrgv
ami liaincs-', household and kitchen
turuiturc.bedx and bedding prnctlca'h
new, sevlnr machine, now cooking
TKItMS. All sums of S10 and un
der. Cash Ml si ins over $lt) mon
credit of three months, brarlng 6 per
cent Interest from date, with approved
security. No property to be removed
until terms nro complied with, bale
at 1 P M.
W. M. MYERS,
The Woman's Tonic
Cardul is advertised and
sold by its loving friends.
The lady who, advised
Mrs. MIrc to take Cardui,
had herself been cured of
serious female trouble, by
Cardui, so she knew wiiat
Cardui would do.
If Cardui cured Mrs.
Cain and Mrs. Mirse. it
surely will cure you too.
Won't you Uy it?
Having Once Secured
A Customer it is our purpose to make his rela
tions with us both pleasant and proftable.
Lincoln County National Bank.
ROLL OF HONOR BANK
On S-Uurday April 1st I will sou to
tho hi -In t bidder my farm contain
in about 55 acres of land, dwelling
house, and out buildings, the land Is
all In cultivation. A flue medical noil
und also abundance ot water. At the
fcame time and place I will also sell a
number of other thlngj such as Hogs
horses, and other stocK, and farming
implements. Terms made known on
day of sale, J. U. STKKNUKHOKN.
Crab Orchard. Sale begins at 2 o'-
clock P. M
The Famous Ifayo
UK omjP WKuxmviucu Mgiu
skaidd always bo used where scrcrsl
nle sit, beofiut-k does not, strain the
of ebose sirring far' from it.
the Rayo Lamp rs constructed give
the nwucfcruHB diffused wWidlght Every
detail that Increases Its llght-glvlng value
Tho Ryo Is a low-priced .Ismp. Tou msy
r-t5. $48 ot evea S3Q (or cjber limps ind get
tVjM9rnMtre wtntsUfer hut.you cannot get
JbtjSBf 9mt ttM C e Kayo gives.
TJbig aSkwa's Jkyo fwu a sew nd strength'
(W4 tain. A , duuble shsde-UdTder
1taM tb4lw"kmkiid cruo. &isy to keep
riTiftiid m U I (MHiVet solid brass, finished
iJUo Iher, Always One.
. Dulm Etvwfur: If not tt yam. urilt Air 4jcr$rfa
OiXhUrtoDb nartil uuti cJ tin
The Standard Oil Company
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
ORfiANIZED IN 1832.
CAPITAL STOCK, $50,009.
SURPLUS EARNED, $2,000,
HAS PAID IN BIYIBMflDS, S2J600
Comijln AtjolttJc SsiUy with Satisfactory Service. VWcuvMrty
Dcfteiit Boxes for Use of our Cuatoauas. We Soliwt Your Jt9aat.
S. Hacker, Pni;
9i T. Harris, Vce-Presldont
H. C. Uaufiiuman, Cashier.
W. W. BauuoXw. Ind. Itookksopr
J. R. Harris, Uookkueper
f eid. J. U.
fM D Wim, J. M PttMM.
II. C. Hanjtbmao, K C3atamiM,
B, T. Harris, 0o. O. HWotno.
W n Umtrhy J S H.knr.
J. C BJbtni.. a R. Qm.a.
The Kind that Burns good, Makes no clinkers,
and very Little Ashes. We Give you 72
Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen
Ounces tfj the Pound.
J. H Baughman & Co.
STANFORD, - . KENTUCKY.