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L. R. HUQHE8,
T. W. HUMDLE,
W. O. MARTIN,
We can 'nieastife your room
and guarantee an exact fit and no
waste in matching.
We have a beautiful line of
Samples in Ingrains from 35c per
yatd on up, and Brussels, Velvets
etc., from $1 to $1.50.. We in
vite your inspection.
HUGHES, MARTIN & CO..
0 Goads, Notioi-5,1 Shoes
1'OSTKl), Father I.co, W. 11. Kins.
Sarah K. Martin, .1, T. Martin,
(looil farm for private alc. Terms
easy. 3eo JVIrs. Itebecca It. Carpenter
For dale. Seed corn, (lold Standard
)ellow improved lloonc county corn,
f 1.2 j per bushel, .'ohn Cook.
For Sale. Four fresh Jcrat' cow a,
I vo Jersey heifers, 4 yenrlltiR short
horn bulls. A. V. Carpenter More
land, Ky. 31-tf.
"Im those c have bought 'wool!
Ironi. Its aiire to hcat- dry and tag
veil. J. 1). i:.uls and Sons. 3S-2.
For Sale Une llennls transplan-
ni ulilMi linn nnlr tinrti IlkPil tn ,( S C
. ... ... , .. I Ltraln
i"i;iu ncreb oi luuiicni mi k"u
new to bo sold nt n bargain See A
I, Faulkner, Highland, Ky HL'-i:
1). O. Lewis bought: of J. M. Ituy
nolds, of the WanefburR section, 1", amnion)
phoatd at n long price. i
I .Mr. II Murphy reports a Html .THOROUGHBRED S
rolt out of his show marc Lady Dare
It Is by Hohemlan King. The. colt
a mi exceptionally good inu mid
lion's nil the unilille gaita and has a
big open trot. The mare has been
bred to the same tlic.
PURE DRED POULTRY. W
L .iMTf ; s y-tXCM
lmT - . ''
llarred PI) mouth eggs for sale, $1
lor 15. Also Indian liunnor duck eggs
II lor 12. Sirs'. Antleruon Nunnelley,
tMcl'luo llittitc, Moreland, Ky.
Eggs For Sale 15 for St
C. C. WITHERS, R. F. D. No
'Phone 1431 1-2.
Pure Creicrnt S. C. White Leghorns.
Eggs for setting. Mill Llule Davlton,
'White Leghorns Diamond
year 'round layer of large,
white eggs $1 per setting.
A. C. Alford Stanfo"!, Ky
Choice White Wyandotte cockerels.
Kggs l BO for IP. Mrs. J. N. Cash
Cam for sale $1 for 13
Imported Cock at Head of Yard.
D. M. WALKER, Stanford, 'Phono i:io
GO TO W. H. HIGG-INS
Disc Harrows, Smoothing
Harrows, Corn Planters
And you will find the best line on
W. H. Higgins.
To Look at our
And Get Our Prices before you buy
WE WILL SAVE YOU
L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard, Ky.
.. a.C-T . S. . thMa
The Kind that Burns Rood, Makes no clinkers,
and very Little Ashes. We Give you 72
Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen
Ounces to the Pound.
J H. Baugkman & Go.
STANFORD, - KENTUCKY.
t cattlemen In tne llluo llrnst
j section of Kentucky are facing ti
money losing imipoMtlon this year, i.w for U nay
i nd thousand of dollars will be ilroi
fed by tlioso handlers who hae hero
torSre iiindc pood money sayfc the Mt.
Stilling Gazette l..ts: year Iho cat
tic men went ul'd over tie prices paid
for exporters nnd ns a result bought
heavily of feedeis weighing from
1 OHO to 1,100 pounds and paid prices
t.injlng from r 1 I to (! cents per'
pound, figures without reason of Jus i
tlliMtloru Those cattle were led
heavily throughout the winter on $.1
per bariet corn and some even higher
In priced. Uxport cnttle In this mar
ket last year brought trom b to 7 ::-!
cents per pound, nnd these prices, too,
when the cattle cost when purchased
only from 3 1-2 to 4 1-2 cents. layers
buyers hae been In this county with.
In the past three weeks looking nt the.
cattle, some of which hnve offered for
sale at Cc to C l-2e, but too buyers
declined to buy nnd are waiting devel
opments Should the price c- oxi"
eib stay at t to ; 1 2 cents during the
next few' months, on catt e for June,
July nnd August delivery the hand
lers will lose heavily.
A Wisconsin lleet t-ugar Company
bought uO.000 sheep which nrc to be
fattened on beet pulp.
The average price ot lite stock on
the Chicago market last wek, as com
plied by the Drovers Journal, were
fd.0.' hogs, $G.2fi, lambs, sheep $4.15,
and lambs 15.43.
On the corresponding week of last
year the averages were, cattle, T?.tiu
hogs, 0 22; sheep, 7.S5; and lambs,
The famous ilaggln ranch, or 30..
000 acres near Sacramento, Cnl., ha
been sold. Its sale marks the pass
ing of another ci the great hone
breeding establishments ot the l'a
clfic coast. The purchase! a iald nenr
y 2.('CO000 for the property and
plan to cut It up Into mall farms. As
late as lttO.", there wero U00 brood
mares nnd JO thoroughbred stallions
on the ranch and at one time In
addition to the thorougntireds then
nere also from J00 to 400 trottlni;
bled horses on It
Mr. IJagglu has also reduced his
stud at t'lmendorf Tarm Lexington
Ky,' to n mere handful" and ta.
taken up dairying on a gigantic scale.'
If you want hens that lay In winter,
when egg nre hlrh. (let the S. C
Huff Orpingtons. Cggs ;t for IT, W
t'. Klncald, Hione 19, Stanford. 2t.
Indian Itunner duck eggs tor tale,
at 5 month old
rook's turnout perpetual layers .Mr
U. M Tate. It 1). No. I Miwfmvllle
S. C. Drown Leghorn eggs, SO cent
per setting. Mr. J. M. Crts, R. r O
No. 4, Stanford. 'Phone 30 C. Lan.
Those Fighting Came Chlckem.
THE GPY GRISTS.
Tho 1'rettlest l-'owls In the World
Kggs 1. fur ?t00
S. J. EMBRY. JR.
llarred I'ly mouth Rock eggs, ;im
for 15. Hubert II. Carter, SUinfort.
Ky.. K. K. U. No. 2 212
Pure bred Dlaek Mlnorcat
Eggs $1 per s'ltlng
Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford.
EOGS ROR HATCMtNa.
Huff Orpingtons,,) nnd 12 per IS
Dlaek Minorca 1 for IS
Katra Mango Sllter lictxl WyamhitteH
f.O cent for IS. Satisfactory hatch
Miss Anne H. Trlbbie,. Danville, Ky.
PURE BRED POULTRY
Indian Itunner Duck eggs $ for 12
Ruff Otplngtoti eggs SI 15
Knyllsh Hnlmon l-'nvcrnlU IS for 15
MRS. S. J. EMDRV. J".'
llarred I'lynwuth Hock eggs. For
tmichlng of the finest breeding. Our
chickens nrn large, big boned, and
well barred. i:gs 13 for ?1. 100 for
Vo. Mrs. S. K. Dnddcrnr. R. It. No 2
B. D. CAttTiER,
DR. W. N. CRAIQ,
Oculiit and OptloUn
OlTTce nt-ar II. J. Mcltobsrta' Htoro
Imported stock Buff Orpington eggt
75 cents for 15. Baby chicks $2 per
dozen. Mrs. W. J. Holtrclaw, Stan
for, Ky, Route No. 1 'Phone 533 1-2
S. A. HILL
llrcvder of finest strain
Single Comb Rhode Island Redt
Slock and eggs fop sale In season It
K. l No. 3 Ijincn'dcr Ky.
Fitio strain S. C, White l.eeborn
Heavy laying strain. Eggs 1 for 13
Mrs. J. II, MeKce, King's Mountain.
For Sal Indian Runner Duck Eggi
$1 for setting of 12.
THE Indian Runner is known as thi
Leghorn of the duck family, for eggs
MrV D. E Pm-Mr. PHr-n H
S. C. Crescent strain vrhlto I e,
horn egca 75 cents a sotting during
April Uiunl price $1 50 Also for snle
n pen of Diamond strain White U'g
horns, headed liv Imported cock Mri
i.lrile Darlson I'hnnu 15 Stitt'n
PROFESSIONAL AND a
BUSINESS CARDS f
DR. T W. PENNINGTON
Hours S. .10-12 A M and 1 tn 4 30 I'M
otllce Myers House flits Stanford Kv
& N. TI7VTETWBLE
No. It Houtb, Hits r. u.
So si, Mouth. 10-ts a
Vo. u. forlb.lMO a.
No.n, North. 4:n r. . I
No.17, IOJ-J A. M. ,
JOS. 8, RICE, Aeont.
PRESSED STANDINQ SEAM GAL
Large Quantities carried In Stock
EADS TIN SHOP, Stanford.
FRUIT AND SHADE TREES
Everything for Orchard Lawn
W'rlto for Free Catalogue. No. Agents
H. F. HILLENMEYER A SONS.
IJiicoId IHlaii No. m K.. A. M.wlllmrct
In iliitFtl rninmsiilCMtlon on rnrh nrtt nuil
llilril Momlny nlitili rtdi innnth, nt Trv
oVIim-K In ihnlr tmll on innlii tricot Htnu
tont.KT, Minl'rof ,l,tr loln r trn
Irrnnllr Invltmt tn Im iM,int. T W IVn
Veterrnary 8urgon and dentin.
Specialist on an hone and animal
disease. Stanford, Ky. Phone 104
w. w. auRar
DKNTurr. Office at Reildenc
In Choosing this as
You hnve the nssur
nacc of a service enpn
ble of meeting your
most exacting require
ments, together with
tion, ample capital and
large surplus fund,
and efficient and able
Livery;" XA kinds "of hsullofl. Fur
SSmford. Ky. Ptione 1T
A. U. Mine.
Deputy State Commander
STANFORD TENT NO. 7.
Meets -.- 4Uj -.- Monday - - Nignt
CINCINNATI AND RETURN
Sunday, May 7fh
Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m.
ASK T4CKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS.
Mrs. II. 1'. Wilson, or Junction Cit,
Is vIslUnR her parents Mr. and Sirs. 1.
Misses Una Overstreet and .Myrtlo
Brov.Ti have gone to Gravel Snitch to
Mr. J. J. Cc'dtt has moved Into his
elegant homo on Droadway, which is
L. T. Pendygraft hns accepted n-po-(.Itlon
with tho L. & N.. ifnllmad Co,
on tho (Irecnsbcrg brnnch
J. I'. Uourlgan, of Allcotown, is hold
Ins trick No. 'i nt Coiatts during Uio
i bsenco of V. M. Bovver.
Henry O. Cozatt and mother .Mrs. .1
J Cozatt left Saturday lor a visit in
lointlvt'H nt Ilradfordsvllle.
Miss Huth l'cnn has returned from
a visit to her parents at (iravo. Switch
Mr. F. B Westurlleld enterUlneil a
fow of his intimate trleuds at u do-'
llghtlul birthday dinner Monday even
ing. Mr. mid Mrs. V. M Ilower and
daughters havo leturned Irom Urn
don. Mr. Smith Southland and MNs 'Jooi-
iKla Wilson ol tho Carpenter's Fori;
'neighborhood, wero joined In the hoi)
'bonds of wedlock by Kdv. J. . Ed
wards ut his homo, Thursday
W. II Iluukla bought a nice pony
nnd rig last Saturday fiom J Henry
Hankln for which ho paid a tuner
Ml. W. 1). Cozuti. ofl Knoxvle,
Tenn., visited relatives here last week
If you want
more than just
every day 'style
in children's foot
wear, vou will
buy a pair of the Sandals. They v ill
satisfy that craving for footwear ele"
W E. Perkins,
MK. FAKMEU: Make your homo as modem lor your family n a ice,
resilience, anil place yotircelt'm a mition to et tln Intern murket rittolationt
at any time. 'J'Lirt can In? act iniu-lu-il liy nnnt.s of ui telipltono trvice
vvliicl'i oii ami vour neiitliUirs cut) et for'a Mini that N wuull compurcil with
le iwnetits reriived. Call or uildrebnoiir tieare-t oilico r write direct t.
leauiiuartere, Nuliville, Tenn., lor iiilnniiation ugaMliiiK our siK-cial "Far
mer' Lino" rate. If joii ate imt .it rvcnt i-iijuyiiig teleili(iiu wrvice, vvi
tan imniwliaiclv intertst you. Our limv, cover the Suites ol I Kmtuckv.
lonne-hee. Mib'ite'ppi, Lmii-iana mitl ll Stuithuii portion of ludiaim ami
Ullnoif. EAST 'JENNK-sER TEL. & 1EL. CO.
Corner fjpxt to Court floiise
AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRtSSED
POULTRY, EGGS. ICE, COAL,
WOOL, HIDES, FURS,
SALT, LIME, GIN8ENG,
H. B. Northcott.
T. K. Tudor. Mgr.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL - - - $50,000
SURPLUS EARNED $25,000
Organized in 1882.
Combine Absolute Safety with
On approved security
f warrant it. Prefer
ence, of course, being
given to our regular
State Bank m
f "il'lt IIJ1 '( I