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Notice! Poultry Raisers
Cholera, Gapes, Limbcrneck, Roud, Canker,,
marrnoea and all Diseases of v oultry
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PENNY'S DRUQ STORE 9 1ANFORD,. KENTUCKY.
DIGNITY JDARE 1982
Nominated In the Chronicle' Saddle
Horse Futurity Stake 1911. 1912
Vol. 17 A. T. II U..I)Tccl ly Kugcro
Kuek.-r, Georgetown Ky Ashhwl
llrook wns fouled I9WI, sotld bay with
leit limit foot winto, 15 3 4 hands h"h
I'f.UiUltKK. hired by Slli-t.t
Hr-HiK. Nil I'J'Oii, recntil J'18 12 the
lre of Maraaret Bathgate, 2:11 M
Belle Llrook (3) ?.:t 3-4, Lady Cell-
THE WARFIEtD ' Almont Rare 3228
Trial 2 21 Trotting. Dark Hoy Stnl
llon, 1C hnndc, foaled August 1901.
hrd nt VIIIhro ITirm, IShsI Aurora N
Y. First ilom NKURhty (llrl by Hex
Atnrrlciis 21200, Lvcnu-oIiI rcconl
2:11 1-4. sire of Hnttleton, lyr. re
rord 2 07 3-4, American Hello 3vr
roenrd 2 12 1 4 and IS other' In 2 ,10
flit; u roii ot Onward 1111, record
2:25 1-4, Bin- of Onwnrd Silver 205
1-1 nnd 170 other In tho 2:30 Hut
Onward wns sired by Ooorgo WIH"?
Second ilnm Durrnm, sired by ilnm
brlno King 127r, dim ot 75 Including
Ijidy of tlio Manor 2 01 11, Lord lir
by l-0'i 3 4, Heir nt Law 2:05 3-l,t5 oth
ors In 2-10.
3rd dam Dotlet, by Nutwood CO", thp
hlio of 14 In tht list
4th itnin, Topaz by Htrathmore. 409,
Flic O'l in the list
Sth dnin, Millard, by Albion, Cth ilnm
Nod by till win Forest. 7th dnin Lady
Turner by MBinbrlno Chief 11.
The Wnrfli'M was bred to only 15
mares. He has 12 foata nit up headed
plenty of ytyle, nun nml substance
mid idetitv of speed. Tlin Wnrfleld
In n representative stallion In nil the
term Implies. To sny tl.ot bo has
iilzo. substance nnd speed only In part
emphasize tho qualities combined
tlilH Kin of Dare Devil. He
nnd the" nre such symmetrical chnrnc son
tor m to make him n stallion miinn:
A. S. II. It
.Sired by Dignity Dare I9SJ, be by
Chester Dare 10, be by Mack Squlirel
58, ho by King William 07. lst (lain
Toxnwny 4,fu8, dim rcgiHtered in ol.
0 A. T H. II.. She jy Aiidniinu Mnin-
liritin 1715, bo by Aiiiumc 3; 2nd dam
I.Hdy ImMj by C rlt Davis, by Ilourbon
Chief; lrd dam Matllo S. by Fo.o rii
Light, by Foreigner, by imported wen
ro; 4lh dnm llettlo C iiy cunning'
tiatii'H f'opperbottom; 5th dnm by Im
Almont Dnro "the t.nturul show
horse without the KNIFE AND KRUP.
PER or wolRhter shoo. The rectllt
of n life long mating with tho best
Iren nnd dams ohtnlriiihlo ,ind us
I roof ot his rich brcedltiR 1.1s colls
ar WII1II1MK iiuii:it ninnn iiiju uc
imi'lrcil -alien, UitK Mh(Kn"J
I'jy, I a-lj "e'rth 1,100 ikhiiki-,
U iiliHiliitclr wMinil In t'Tery '.iv.
,iiwl iliminliliiu and not Mnily Inn-
-------.---- , . ,..,.. . ,a , - -- -
term lie nns niopp y-i-iuii '". trook., 2 17 1-4, Jennie
J lri.w loVrl..K The blue 2:17 V4. Elliott Stone 2118 M, Lady
lie ow.r iii! - vrliili; t three ,3rjok, 2:30 nd Running Brook, ?:30
)eim old wore IS blues nnd 1 red out silent UrooK by Darknlght, No. 2850,
of 14 Miows; ns n bnincKH horo nnd ,,, )ro of senrchllRht 2 0'' 1-1,
IV n model U in .1 dims to .ilinWl ,,,,.,.,, 2.(ls ... nni. vnlua 09.
Ilo ?nc nucr dcfontid except by t- "ripniiitii, i m i- nnu vnipa, - uj
ot hid own colt. nnd has won In 1-2 iMrkiilghl iltod by Alcyono No
nr.RS of 23 bead. Ills colls nre nl l-'. rocoid 2.27. b.iUiii! UtookHl-H
wiy In Ide the nionty, .nd when lnni Ilun V..en Ly ABhland WIIL,
de In 3d jnnVe $-"f rnddlem and 22U1 ;rncold 2:17 1-1, tie nl o r f
,li:h priced three nnd five Raited show I John II. ('entry. 200 1-2. Sallv To
homes. Sixty' live of bis Ret nt nnller. 2.uG 1-4; Ashland Wllkn shed by
uvernen nee of 2 1 2 yuir.i fobl nt,li'l ilki.- li4'J, bo by dorRi
nn verp'e price ol Ifill. Ho lus'Wl'Ns, se-ond dam. Sldo Lilly, by l'rc
never been iie'dliid in u piiiJuco rlriR UM'-t, 1ID1, 2d dam by Jim Monroe
rlnc when mown mwi 4 10 i& m iun,c-.
ECt Aihtnml llrook Is a linndpomo lei-
ihlnk of uch saddlers ns ro bx l'w with lot of B.ibstnnto; has a
cimi. ti.-ime.v Nrtt'.cton. Wliirom. ! bold wny of koIiir with wonderful
I'ro'p. ct, the Jim Anderson mare, Hey
Dav, the Price lt:rln Mnre, Toxic,
Dare, London Daru, Dnm Al', White
Foot, Prlt.-c Impel lal nnd n hot of
otherf Hint hnvc brcn sold from 1,000
to I'l.COO. IHill nt lis record is n
fieed,, stjlo nnd action. Ills oldest
rolls aro onlj comltiR four years old
IhlH sprlnR nnd tbcv aio all one oduld
expect, they benrlns good colors w'th
pltntv of sl7e, with wonderful stvle
and action. It Is to tie remembered
sire ot Middiers nnd nee what tbuyithnt he sired the Brett Salllp Drook
run do. jtunt was never defeated In her clans
DIGNITY DARE. co hr Cao-ter ns either a harness or roadjtcr three
Dar No 10. K.P I t d"" b Welch' jear old and she wns second to tlm
. -'.. . ... .... .n . i: rn
"J? r0,'.'. n? .r '.". l ny"linontC3r,7 A T H II , be hv llysdyk'spre I Edna May In the swecpsioko
rh..; roii," nre nn ,,r GRADE ' Mnniblelnnlnn No. 10 A. T. II. H. vllliLamtM ,ln,.s at Krnnkrort Inst year
..Io?o l"1', ." roni MASe'ierve innren this senon of 1911 nt nr"Ile t;s to M. eredlt several p-omls
lfirs)f(.aj. .! 1114 ins- sv u r-i t
and Ret n DREAD WINNER.
lull brother to
. I l i it i..illl. f .Mn trttis trlsn lni 1 1 r.ir. t .mi ji'iIj tli a I liltl f 1 1 in
H. I. n UnitlP IM MUMdUVIIItl 111 l"U . i.ip, u. tximni- t v ! ..in .
v IB U , l !,., f.ntiiiMi.v til lh lIi.iu linrr itifs
Nettlcton that told a' . ,..,. -..,. . " ' " " ""
... . -.- . y i in iniiirn a i ivinn uuii. i j
a I ) car old for JfiOO and to loxy i)are ' . . . nf marP A n,nm, ronk w, p,aI(( t!lo ,,ro.
Iiini niM won more preiniiiuisirnnnnv n rpmnvol, 0 omI lo anvVent season at $U to Insure r, IIvIiir
IIH1IU .'..-I 0i... n. ,... ,.. 1'iitv) i.m.
Mil of others too numerous; to men
or removed, or bred to anv -ent season at
other stock. A Men retained on nil, colt
cnltn until paid for. Grass furnished -
,, , , ... , , ... u i 1 1 i at reasonablen prlc,. 'or mares from al
vB JXT&r Snn'r" Th'e i-tnc. nnd, nit be settled for be-
.l.lnnl In .ki hvl .. ,.,. n. nml 'ore n-m'JTUU liirvillim i.i.iin ..w .i-
HaslhemlonR to location will make tbe sea ta " $2",
at chnrne on nt my stable 2 1-2 mllni from ' "?? ....V " ,.? Jm i IV.
. in. tii.-.. ii,.. - tr. .. l'L'i ii iiini iii-iniiii um. "in
."":" ;."'. :'"','"v,r:".v:, . ieMonibie f..r acr wen
NO. S22 VOL. 11.
SIRED DY WASHINGTON NO. 54, FIRST DAM DELL BY RHODE.
RICK NO 104, SECOND DAM BY DENMARK.
IHIS CHAMPION 5 GAITED SADDLE STALLION OF KENTUCKY,
WHICH EVERYBODY IN THIS AND ADJOINING COUNTIES KNOWS HIM
BOTH AS A GREAT SHOW HORSE AS WELL AS A BREEDER, WILL
MAKE THE SEASON OF 1911 AT MY STABLE IN CRAB ORCHARD, KY.
TO A LIMITED NUM3ER OF MARES' AT $25.00 TO "INSURE A LIVING
COLT. WILL KEEP MARES ON GRASS AT $2.50 PER -rtONTH BUT
VILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENT OR ESCAPE OF STOCK
SEASON IS DUE WHEN MARE IS SOLD TRADED OR BRED TO
J. C. BAILEY, Crab Orchard, Ky.
not bo '
Will nlsn nt tho same time and plac
ol C. A S II. n. Klnr Kan'e Is
.. .ii.i r.. . Lin fir iarrtrr ... ....
... . . . . . -. . It'-IIIIIIIIIIIIT II 'I III ' lUUIUO ' n-. !' le k n.l kl .liifl. Mil, mill. firm .
ititinv ilia in.mi nnii nrir. itnn. iior iiiHiiri. iivint? roii win nun i:inn :i :... . .. .. . j iiiiun juvhi u.ui unj iwi nw-
nnc! vv nrn porfrct nuJ when iccit
in connection with his InuUlosn Kilt
nnd Kront henuty nro ecpoclaPy lin-
HfAiiK'.i Vn i mhniitri NPf) fl.ltt Illir.sVi
...s.r,...,. .,... ,....... " ' " r.. ".,. .'". i.t-l
. . -t i ',... .. in .. r... si nn in nil n i lie k- itiiv nm inniMinvii i . .
Ul'iure liri-i-iiuiK. '" " ""i J"" .....-..., -..,-........, , Iflmpls. I lie WUCn COt IB n--- i. i... n .rl. 'ilk,. l. Dinn,.
lor noeiiicnis. uorresnonuenre nnni;r... ........ " "t " ". ..--
ii fine blR juiiir horso nt 1 10 ti Innire "" ' lire MllnR Mule Jock ,mr ,ln', an(1 ta,I Scs n" ,ho Pa!t8
It M-.ro.. traded or bred elsewhere r.'8"1" my "Peyton. Uh Plenty of speed t,le and ar-
l- dors season due. (Srnss furnished nt i .. .,,, ii ,.. "n Pn.i nf .i
S. T. POWELL,
noxer looked nt n better one
Tho UVirtlold Is thn only itnlllon
that has 7 dnms In tho ureal brood
uinro list. H(. ha.s two Matubnno
KIiir crosses, two Mambrlno I'achen,
two Mnmbrlno Thief, one Chlmo one
Onwnrd, one leir W'iUhh. oiio Klec
tloneer, one Net'v -"i1, one dtfitlrnur",
rf.. lr,.lllni, ITWIAI than ltd lt,'ll'
lion nllve. I T'18 hoaullful romblnod stallion
Tho Warlleld In bv Dure Devil, 24S6S . ill.nck Joe. will make the' seaion' of
- - . ., . . . ... . .
roeord 2:09. Ho by .Mamnnno Kinr
Jjo for Jchnets, due when colt
inaien o rare irnuen, removeu "JWall .Inckson 72. Iloyir King's llrnt
parted wltlw or mare bred to any nt!.'UnlII Mo,c lo,,,,. .1.'S4. was by the
er stock Peyton by Huff Duddcrars .., ,,ro ; !li)v,ir. i.8xlnrton K. S.
inck, ho by Hubblfs nrlpnolla nnd
lout of Jim Porter Jennet.
Peyton la fine with very lante Tione
'nil foot, pood nrck and enr. rood ...j . J.. ,, i, .,. ,.
r.usrter. well mounttd, 15 hands 1 inch' Mipr.g i,pnrnark 4S( f0uttu dam by
K1iiii Cairle's Hrst dam lllp, 2179. she
by Xale lilrd tul4, he bv Old Kins
Knnle, 750, second dsm by Hed Lion
1279 he by .Mambrlno Patchen, 08 he
by Mambrlno Chief 11. Dam Merco
ili. by Chimes 5248. by I'.loctloneer
Dare Devil Is a Rrcat winner II"
won tho ebnmplonshlp at Natlntml
Horse .how In 1S9S, elais 4; llrm
National Horse Show 189S. clans 2;
first National llorso Show 1S99, clis
1911 at our b.nrn 1 1-2 mile north-
hlsh nnd ndmlred by all who se. him,
and Is snld to be tho best muio Jack In
All nre Invited to come nnd see him.
west of Stnnford, Ky.. known a the phone In roddeneo
J. 11. Mc.Mlster place nt $12.50 to
Insure a lllriR rolt and will nlso
rUi tho senson to the parties show
ing best and finest celt. Colts to be
J'ldKcd by dl8lntcrot(d parties In
lllnek Joe Is a fcen'itlful black, fine
nd "-1-owv nnd nil the style you Hre
10; championship MKionai norsc lookllnc for, one of the llnest saddle
rfhow 190O, class 2; llril National . horses to bo found In Central Ken
Horse Show 1 900. class 3; llrst Nnfrhv ,K, ,g 1:, llan,,s )nci,8 nBh '
ioiirI llorsf Show 1900 cIojs 10 llrst fw. yn:lrH oJJ aml a j, Sco Uln
iKMinp Horn! St.ow inn:, clans -; re- wlou. IOOMr.t: your mares
mns lioston llore Show 102, cm I mark Joo U b th,. not"d Preston i
. .......... ii..- uiw.ii, lio? ... . . ...:.. . .. . ,
t, B"Conu inmiiii nii.fj .,,... .-. .,s;i ,,,!,. ()I ivciuuuk.v H creniet timi
tins ,t -fHond llost.'ti I.orso anow ,i
l.oi.l tl-uis 2: reore lkiiion norm1
Show li'OS, iliii l: third lltwtoii
Horse Show 1J03, class 7 lie sired
The lt .in Ideal 2 15 1 2, (slro of l'rln
ceks Helen 2 ( 3-4) Devil's Daughter
IV 34. Sarah Hamlin 2-19 1-1. Trif
ler I'i 1-1. Dnro Devil, Jr.. 22S 1-2.
III mako the proient senion al our
farm on,, mile from McKlnney, Ky., at
115 to Insure n IIvIiir colt.
S. M. OWEN5 4 SON,
stnlllonr. Prnston by w.n, h!r.-;
inn 51, Ularls Jo""s dnul I.urlb- by
MeBbciigrr Deiimnik, 2nd daui Lottie
tloblnson. bv Itoblnson Vermont, b)
If Mm want to breed to one of thi
lest horses In Lincoln count v nt r
lensonablc price see J. V I'idi and
Son. All care will be taken to pre I
enl accidents but uot roson IlileJ
flimild any occur ir mares are trnu
Jim Bell (rhftrouRhbred.l
NOTE. Klnc Kaple la a comblued
vtalltnn,. n breeder of fine color and
hleb styled colte. .they all havlnf
jslzo, style and action. He sired tho
'iilt that won the 150 "take at the
.Stanford fnlr, aim tho $100 stako at
Lniicnster Ufentlrn here rour or tne
pt or tho Front Hex Peavlre This
pet cf King Pnple was second in th
MOO slake nt Hnrrodsburjr, with 21
entries nnd defeated the colt tl.nt won
.thts Ftal.e, two out t! three shows. Hla
'colts are In ileir.nnd, bring the lushest
piles. Kinp Haele will mako tho
piei-ent season at the low prlco cf lT
to Insure a living colL
This crack )oung stallion will make
th0 season of 1911 at my place on the
Hldge near tbc Hush Branch pike.
He Is one of the finest breeders
In the county. He Is siroa by Chester
Chief, be by Chester Adair; 1st dam
by Marlon Squirrel; 2nd dam by Gill
Kdge; 3rd Uam by. On Time; both, by
J.lghtfoot Is a sorrel horse, IS bands
high, has rjue style. H0 -Is the teU
bred saddle norse' In Lincoln county
and also the best individual. He has
two colts a ready and they are the
finest 3"ou ovqr saw.
Will stand htm at $10 to Insure
jCo uis Jfones,
Watzniann, No, 34J. This splendid
(ierman Coach horse was foaled Ma
i21st, 1!.'0J, by 11. Hanenkamp, In Gcr
I Many. Ho was impoitcd by J. Crouch
.& Sons. oC I-atayctte, Indiana. He
-cs sired by Eskimo, Ko. 1400. He l's
a very fino typo of the German coach
borecs, and sold for $3)00 three years
so. Il0 will make the season at my
plate nt Utistonl!lc, at 10 to ir.hure
a living colt.
At the sait'c place 1 will also uUuid
my fine trotting stallion Hummer, Jr.
at $10 to insure a living colt Ills
pet have all been very fine road hor
ses. I will stand my several finc neks at
512 for marcs, no Jennets. Money duo
on all these sires when marcs are
told or traded.
J. K. BAUGHMAN,
1 llustonvllle, Ky.
VOLTAJKE, or, 1 10
(VArac Wears 0M..1tJfyt SSO)
oltalre is a registered I'crcheon
stallion nnd n pertect tnalMdual. Tho
ed or patted with season Is due. Ilenipcnpl0 of Lincoln county have neer
Is nlso retained on colts for season.
J. D. EADS & SON,
Will mako the iciwon of 13! 1 nt inyt
place near McKlnney, Ky . at tne low
price of JS.OO to insure n lUIng colt
This jack Is 15 hands 2 Inches high
ulack vltli white points, tlno style
great bono nnd foot and ba.i proved
hliiuelf n great breeder. Ills colts
lias nlwnys brought the top prices. It
will pa you to see this Jack bofore
breeding your mnre.
S. M. OWENS &. SON,
bail the opportunity to breed to one
like him berore.
He will fill n long felt want. He Is
the kind to cross with our Kentucky
mares to Ret a hlRh class mule mnre
the kind that ecrbody wants, and
the kind that brings the big money.
Tho Hreeder3 .liuotte of this week
aiiote desirable drafters at $ J2.".l3 to
. .. .... ...i- . ...
I win stand my nne hih-iiusu tin- 3.ri0.nQ, you oan't beat tnem. vol
lion Dock for the season of 1911 attalre will make tho season of 1911
tho farm of S. J. Kinbry on the Ivin- nne mile from town on the Danvlllo
caster pike, nt 10 to Insure n living' pike nt the Goodknlght lurrn at $15
W'e will nlso stnnd tho great yone
Jnck War Trace at $10 for mares and
$.0 for .Jennets to insure a living colt
Acr Tr.nye Is black with white points
'"( 1-2 hands high, lje was sired bv
Grout Kasterr. 11 he by imp. Taxl'ayer
that sold for J.IMO His dam was by
tho Imp. Grent ti.istern. War Trace's
dam bv Iledtord Star, he by Ezell
Note This Jack served only a. few
Mares In his three rear-old form, so
ills first co'ts came last spring and
tliey sold from $90 for1 horse mule's to
$1,17.50 for mare mu:o colts, bo jou
tie In offering to the public this grent
youim Jack, v.e have ono that Is sec
ond to none This Jack should make
n great Jennet Jack for he has tho
tinest h.nd nnd ear and as much foot
and bone as any jack living.
Dock Is ono of the finest bred Shet
land ever brought to Kentucky. He
Is sired by Imp. Illue Kve; 1st dam
by Imp. Dobbin II: 2d dam Imp. Na
non by Imp. Ilobbln III.
He Is n bountiful black, nnd wnlte,
splendidly marked and an aristocrat
I nil oier. Just 40 Inches Mgh nnd the
.sweetest littlo horse you ever saw.
to insure a thing colt.
J. NEVIN CARTER,
Cured by The Marvel of The Century, I
U. B. B. Tested for 30 Yean. I
lluwklng, spitting, luul, breath, dhv i
charges of yellow matter permanent' '
ly cured with puro Uotni.Icnl Ingredl
ents. To pruio it wo win senu you u
8AMPLE TREATMENT FREE 1
CAiAllltH IS NOT ONIA DANGKH-, i wm ,ti'iid my fine Jack, Sam Keono
Ol'S but it causes ulcerations, death ,1,1c ,0 season of 1511 nt the Will
ruid dce:. of bones. Kills nmbltlon shanks' farm two ir.i:es from town on
ctton causes s of nppotHe, nnd thr Somersit pike
roaches to inornl debility, Idiocy nnd o is a black Jack with white -joints
insanity. It needs uttentlon ut once, five yair ohl, 14 1-2 bands high nnd
Curo It by taking Botanic Blood Balm has fine beedlng.
n ni ii in a nulck radical pernia' Will servo mnres nt ;8 to Insuro n
.. 1. .1.1.. ,t,.. Mtnitntn lt..ln.v .nil llinnv ,l,,n . I, n. fntlnA n
11,111 I llll. ...IIIIVJ fill.' niilll .u.. w.
inaro is pnrtcd with.
J. M. LAIR,
R. F. D. No. 1, Stanford, Ky.
...in e.im tieca-iso It rids the system
of tho pol-on germs that causo ontarrh
nt the same liino Blood Balm (B. B.
B.) purlflen tho blood, doos nwny with
every ..ymptmn ot catarrh. D. B. B.
aunds a tingllnK flood of warm, rich
uuro blood direct to tho paralyzed
none . ud parti affected by catan
hal poison. BlvltiB wurmth and
fctrcnrlh Juki whoro It Is needed, nnd
in this way muklng n perfect lust iK
cure ot cntarrl. In all It. ."
illaTS or by express, $1 l'fcU uAKUi.
litjTTl. J. with directions for homo
cure, t AMI-LB dKNT KKKK by writ
tng Blood Balm Co. Atlanta Oa. Do--Lrii-e
vour troublo and free medical
;dlc.ySw.n. bold by BUiigiwuna
Daiimint VVai Vacant
"DU1 you say you vrero a month in
7iaam-ti week with tho fam
Ilr on tho top floor, a week with a laly
on tho third floor, n week 011 the 1 tec
ond and a week 011 tho ground floor.
PERCHERON STALLION. Iron gray
subject to register, 7 years old, weighs
l.tii0 pounds will make the season of
1911 nt my home on tho old Isaaa
Uhalby plneL. two miles sojth of She!'
bv City on llustonvllle pike nt $12.50
to Insure a living colt.
This horso wns but recently ship
ped In from Oklahoma, where his colts
equaled the very best In their class,
Seo him beforo booking your mares,
i 1 1
4 - , r'CiJnA4A
ONE DROP OF
tWe will nlso offer for public ser
vice this great 16-hnnd Jack. He Is
olark with white polnttt Ills head
nnd car. foot and bono aro second
to none, with stylo and action like
a ni'ile. Ho Is sired by Velberton.
Jr., first dnm by Dr. Wood, second
dam by Imported Jack. Yelbeton, Jr..
the silo of Kquitv, Is now at the head
of Mr T n. Adams' herd of Jennets,
at Lexington, Ky.
In offering this Jacic for public ser
vice "e feel sure wo aro offering n
sreat breeder for competent Judges
I say that ho was the ocst breeder In
DOWNTHETHROAT OF A "GAPEY" CHICKEN DES
TROYS THE WORMS AND SAVES THE CHICKS LIFE.
A FEW DROPS I N THE DRINKING WATER CURES
AND PREVENTS CHOLERA, DIARRHOEA AND OTH.
ONE BOTTLE MAKES 12 GALLONS OF MEDICINE.
DY AND SAVE YOUR CHICKS.
ft ssv 'casss
Shetland pony, 38 Inches tall; own
ed by llunh Iteld Foster will make
tcason of 1911 nt $10 to insuro a
living toll. Ho Is by an Imported
pony that cost $1,000 in tho Shetland MoT)tcomorv COunty, his colts always
isiunas nnu is regaraeu uy norscmcn.nrinRing the niRnest prices.
featlng all comers In tho show ring
OI 190J. l-len retainoa on ail COltsi.., th, .lm,n mentioned stoek will
until season Is paid. Mares parted .uake tho present season of 1911 at
tho best pony In Kentucky do- This groat Jack will make tho pre.
tint nil comer,, in tho show rlnc !. m vW 'or mares and $20
for Jcnnetn tjWisnre a living colt. All
with or bred elsowhcro forfeits In
surance and money becomes due. Will
make the season at my farm.
JOHN B. FOSTER, Stanford, Ky.
Rex Arbuckle 1467 .
Combined stallion. Will make the
season of 1911 at J. N. Denny faru,
4 1-2 miles trom Lancaster, on Klch
mond plko at $20.00 to Insure a liv
Itex Arbucklo. 14G7 by Kor McDon
ald 333 b0 by Hex Denmark 840. I;t
dam Miss Itlchmond 551, by King Ktch
ard, by Peavino 68. 2d dam Jennie
Lynn, 361, by Stonowall Jackson, 72
by Washington Denmark 64. 3d dam
Florence by Sand Maupln's Dreunon
M xeB sold, traded or bred to any
other horso without consent, the
money will be claimed for Bervlco ren
dored by our horse. Mares kept nt
10 cents per day on grass but not ro-
our stable 1 1-2 mile west of Stan
ford on the Shelby City plko. Marea
traded", parted with or bred clscwhero
without our consent forfeits tho In
surnnco and money becomes, duo at
time of Btich transaction. For fur
ther Information call on or address,
S. T. HARRIS & ROBT. WOOD8.
Phono. 72-RIng 3.
FOR SALE AT McKINNEY
Dc-riilps to go Into thr business,
w0 will sell the following property
located opposlte tbo depot at McKln
Ono 18 room hotel.
One livery bnrn,
One storc-liouso 60x30, with sldo
rooms, wli stock of merchandise.
1'artlea dolr!nn to go Into th hotel
unci llverf nnd goods DUSiness win
Last year 1 raised hundreds of cnlck
eus free lrom gapes by giving them
Ilourbon Poultry Cure. On several
occasions I have cured chickens with
it that were so sick they could not
FRANK P. CLAY, Parle, Ky.
I have been raising chickens for
nearly tlfty years nnd Ilourbon Poul
try Cure U the most satisfactory reme
dy lor gapes andCholera tthat 1 imvo
MRS. W. W. RALSTON, Hopklnsvllle,
Kvery jear I had been losing from
75 t'j r. hundred chickens with snipes
1 got a lottlo of Ilourbon Poultry Cure
and now I have 200 culckens nnd not
a "gapey" one among them.
MRS. JENNIE B. STEVENS, Lynch
I have tried n great many poultry
remedies, but for gapes Ilourbon Pout
try Cure Is tho best of all. .My last
hatch wns 36 IJt,tle chicks and 'oit of'
ihat number I raised 35.
BESSIE V. SHEARER, Columbia, Ky.
Ilourbon Poultry Curd Is working
ilk0 nmRlc In this1 countx- Myfrlenus
who are using It say theynover iav
nn thing like it. 1 never have a sick
fowl Mnce using It.
MRS. J. D. COX Lawrenceburrj. Ky.
1 nui nn old poultry raiser and Hour
Ion Poultry Curo Is mo only remedy
1 have ever toond that will cure gnpes
It has cured every chicken I have giv
en It to.
MRS. J. A. LYNN, Purcellvllle, Va.
My wife used Uourbon Poultry Cuie
on her sick chickens and it piovetl
thoroughly ettectlvo and worked a
cure in every instance. 'V
COL. E. H. GAITHER, Harrousburo,
llonrbon Poultry Cure Is the best
remedy for gapes 1 ever used. I never
expect to bo without it ns long as !
can get it
MRS. A. J. MILTON, CralQ's Cieh,
1 luv0 not lost a cnlckcn by slch
ness since I begun using Uourbon Piml
try Cure. I used it last year nnd dfd
not havu a sick fowl on tho place.
MISS MARY J, COOMES, Hardlns
Last year my chickens were sick
and I gavy them Ilourbon Poultry Cure
nnd did not lose a chlcKcn after Klv
lng Uiem thls,incdjetne.
MRS. W. R. MOORMAN, Glendeane
Find enclosed' check for which send
m0 live gallons ot Ilourbon Poultry
Cure. My chickens had kudo? so bud
but year that 1 could not raise any
until I got this medicine. '
MRS. W. R. GUNTER, Concord, Va.
Last year we lost one entire brcod
with whlt0 diarrhoea this year wo
have used Ilourbon poultry Cure In
their drinking water and have nut lost
W. E. JOHNSON . SON, Lexington,
nnnnulliln for nretdenis or eHranes. A
Cup taken to prevent accident or eliinn rotnined on colts for tho season rind this a fine location. Will mako
capo put not responsible should any money. ' a good price to right pnrtles. Call
occur. DENNY BR08., . on or wrllo O. H MASTEI18 or Clias.
G. S. SHELBY. Lancaster, Kontu try riowyer, MoKlnnoy, Ky.
Shelby City, Ky ,
NEW STANFORD DRUQ CO .' STANFORD, KY.
T. P. CURRY & SON, DANVILLE, KY.
J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO LANCASTER, KY.
REYNOLDS & EVAN8 - JUNCTION CITY. KY.