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Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc.
with our theU. Winchester Leaders and Repeater
are the best for field and trap. Let us quote you
prices en the best shell on the market
I PENNY'S, The Rexall Store. I
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Men's Underwear
There is not a garment you wear that
gives you more displeasure than a scratchy,
' misfitting, too short sleeve and too short
ankle underwear; nor is there a garment
that affords you more real pleasure and
comfort than soft, perfect fitting elastic
union suit's or shirts and drawers.
There It disss underwear, like cheap
ihses sr cfcias clsttss, wade ot
chMtjl,JyjeasJabor, while
It nytssfc fairly well befere It Is
www sr washed but It Is cheap, It
will wear cheap and feci cheap.
We are offering you standard garments,
known the world over, like a Stetson hat
or a Walkover shoe, Dr. Wright's
'Health, wool-fleeced' shirts and drawers,
very heavy, very warm, at $i a garment.
Munsing Union Suits every one who
. reads knows a Munsing the perfect fit
ting union suit, in cotton or wool, at $i,
$1.50, $2 and $2.50 the suit.
Royal Plush, and it has the right name
it is royal, indeed. It is cotton, with silk
plush lining. It never fades; it never
draws up, when washed right; it never
scratches you nor causes you to scratch
yourself; in shirts and drawers and union
suits at $3 the suit.
We have plenty sf 58 cent feeds, full weight, beautifully made,
and worth your half dollar. See what we have then buy what you
H.J.McRoberts
STANFORD, KENTUCKY
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Um Dtsuxtetle prlmery. Ne snneuneeoMSlS
will he nest, bb1h peld lor. 1b edTsnttl
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W. A. CARSON
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V. U HECK
H. M. OWENS
K. II. BRONAUOB
P. V. 8ANDIDOE
J. H. BOONE
V. T. OARNER
l.AKK MORUAS
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1C tho rcpublicnns want n atnte
.Inily paper, whnt's the nintter with
the Lcaington Lender! It's the only
blnwn-the-bottlo republican dnily
left thnt supported Tnft in Kentucky
nnd has the confidence of a largo
number of people that could never
bo won by n purely partisan organ.
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Fonncr Secretary, Bob Phillips,
of tho Democratic State Committeo
charpes that some one tuuipetvd
with the party's credentials to the
Baltimore Convention. Let's hear
who tho cuiltv party is. Bob. Dem
ocrats aren't poing to
such piny as that.
stand for
Taft will ride in the carriage with
Wilson' in the inauguration cere
monies. This time-honored prece
dent wonld undoubtedly have been
tmashed had the Bull Moose triumphed.
S. B. HARTMAN. M. D.
Tou are comtlpated. Tou have taken
laxatives a xreat many years. Tou
havs tried to select a diet that would
ktep your bowels regular. In this you
bava failed and wera obliged to so
hack to rour laxatives araln. This, I
say, has been going on many yean.
Tou also have a lligni camrrn in me
head and throat. Tou never Imagined
that tho catarrh had anything to do
with the constipation. Suppose I were
to tell you that as long as you nave
that catarrh you will never get better
of your constipation. Would you be-
1 Catarrh
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the pwMta an.kHMMl cwrk MfMSf.
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hare Sevteed and It has etrtaMy w-
HTM iMfiy iBouaana peepM, xwi wm
dreda tlMMads of ota, eg eftftmta
oatarrlt. ..
Constipation wag bit eMef swwt7
in treating these oases. I often frtt
thai It would be better If a Mature
element were added to Peruns. I feared
to do so, however, first bece.e of
the number of catarrhal patlenU who
needed no laxative, and second I was
afraid of making such a radical change
In a remedy that was already domg
so well. Thus It was that I coniinuea
to prescribe with the Tenina a bottle
of ManaJtn to those who needed lax
ative. At last, under circumstances
explained In my booklet, I wu con
strained to add the laxatlre element to
r.mtiL This constitutes what la now
known as the revised Peruna.
Now those who take l'eruna win,
first, find themselves promptly rellered
th.tp rnn.tlnallnn. Second, the
I catarrh will gradually disappear. And
once the catarrn is cured we consti
pation leaves permanently. Then If
mn enitnw hn advlen riven In my
book, you will never have to take pills
any more, cathartics anu laxauycs
you can Ignore. Tou will be perma
nent! v relieved of both your catarrh
and the constipation. PIJIlUNA IS
FOIl tULli AT ALU UtlUU Dua
8PBCIAL IttmcKMiaf vtnana
are making Inquiries for the old
time Peruns. To such would -ssy,
this formula Is now put out under the
name of KA-TAR-NO. manufactured
by KA-TAK-NO Company. Columbus,
Ohio. Write them and they will-be
pleased to scad you a free booklet.
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slinntril nnd santr no tliev snueezed.
One big negro, a convert, nnd who
wns twice as largo as the preacher,
hiiimed with such violence the
preacher's rib- began to riiiap. Tho
Treacher wilted in his arms and fell
prostrate to tho platform. Ho died
111 a -short time.
S30.00 TO 9100.00 A MONTH
Kor your Dre time KXDcrlcnre not need
ed. Want an active man In this locality.
To Introduce ui to your friend. We py
largest easn renenis inn eicn, inj'irKi,
mA nf Afnth fnr am.llrat mat. PrAIn
suranre end Ch-Honu. ofT.r to flrot up-
piicani irom mis piace rii quicK iur
partlcuUr.
THE I-L-U 833. Covington. Ky.
Justus Goebel, who is leading the
fisiht to make the bit: corporations
pay higher taxes, doesn't appear to
have a high regard lor tne eiions
of Attorney General Garnett along
this line.
Harry Sommers says he's the ori
ginal Woodrow Wilson man yet
doesn't-want any pie. What about
tho governorship next time, old
friend T
Garrard's Historic Tree
Garrard county's sugar maple tree
in the State arboretum claims uioro
Ventimentnl consideration than any
other by reason of its antecedents.
It is a wildling from a furra in Gar
rard county, where three Governors
of Kentucky lived, nnd under the
forebears of the sturdy sapling play
ed in their youth. The three are
Kobort P. Letcher, who herved as
rhipf executive from 1840 to 1844",
William Owsley, who succeeded him,
nnd W. O. Bradley, now United
States Senator. Frankfort State
Journal.
Harrodsburg is renewing its ef
forts for a public building. Stanford
ought to hnve one now thnt a dexn-
ocatic administration is in power.
Xo ember is Drovioff a disastrous
month for turkey in Europe, Turkey
in Asia and Turkey in America.
learn Preacher Hutued to Death
Macon. Ga.. Nov. 14. Dr. Samuel
Johnson, a Negro preacher, who liv.
ed near l'avo and who nas oeen nom
ins meetings in Thomas county, is
dead as a result of being hugged
nccwrding to a long distance tele
phone mesnage from Thomasville to
day. The preacher created so much
enthusiasm over religion mat mem
bers of his fleck rushed to the pul.
pit while the sen ice was going on
and began to embrace him. women
and men did the hugging. They
Hun. K. V. l'urrnr. of Danville,
Commonwealth's Attorney i-lect, was
here jesterday at court. He is ex
pecting his commission to rcacn
him by tho opening of the Garrard
circuit court next Monday, when he
will formally assume the dulien oi
his office, succeeding Hon. George
Florence, who has made a most ca
pable and satN factory official.
Is your husband cross t An irri
table, fault finding disposition i3
nftn duo to a disordered stomach
A man with good digestion is nenrly
always good naturcu. A great many
have been permanently cured of
sUomach trouble by taking Cham
berlain's Tablets. For sale by Pen
ny's Drug Store.
A Strong Team
Hon. Lilburn Phelps, of Jnmes
town, was hero Inst week as an at
torney in some cases in the Circuit
V"Ajurt. He informs this pai)cr thnt
he has formed a partnership witn
lion. Rollin Hurt and will soon more
to Columbia. Casey News.
WIFE'S HEALTH
RESTORED
Husband Declared Lydia E.
finkiiam's vegetable
Compound Would Re
store Her Health,
And It Did.
Stop That Itch!
I will suvantce you to .top tbet ilea Is two
second.
:.o remedy that I have ever sold for
ITczema, I'sorlasls, and all other UleeasM
or the skin has clven more thoroush
satisfaction than the
B. B. B.PresaipttM for Eczena
1 guarantee this remedy.
Shuqars & Tanner Stanford. Kv
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We have a full stock of
Dialing Stoves, Coal Vases
G aal Hods,Grates. &c
Call and tee them.
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1 B. PERKINS
J DENTIST
Office Over Higgins' Store
STANFORD, KENTUCKY.
Don't waste your money buying
strengthening plasters. Clamber-
Iain's Liniment is eheaper and bet'
tcr. Dampen a piec of flannel with
it nnd bind it over the affected parts
nnd it will relieve the pain and sore
ness. For sale by l'enny's urug
Store.
$25.00 In Gold Given Away
It. M. Newland, the Life nnd Fire
Insurance agent here, will give a to
bacco show on the 2nd Monday in
Docember, court dav.
Prizes as Follows:
$15 in gold for the best six hands
of lugs to weigh not less than four
pounds.
$7.50 for tne second Best.
$2.50 for the third best.
No trash leaf or red sonsidere.
A V. Kino-. Tlnnvill. Kv.. Jnd?e.
Talk with me about your fire and
lile insurance, it. n. bbviitAau.
80-tf.
J. C. McClary
W.H-Higgi
. Stanford, IKy.
UNOIRTAKIR AND IMiALMM
STANFORD KENTUCKY.
Bfftst PR 117. Hsms Pmm 8.
Fall art WMsr SvKlfttt.
Mr are Van aa Winter SeaBies are Ml
reeey fer jour Isfliecties. Tser.eeewriet
tkeUet ea the market. I eaa sett ewese
a te vrlee vse kaabU clotkes Bees e er
in. I mH suae te. jrejr 'JII
lerssle te ready mUdkm. Te kave Ihesj
siaee te eann eaa't east aar isere ekea
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Ashland, Ky. "Four years ago I
seemed to have everything the matter
witn me. i nau le-
mal.iiinfl trtilnnvtmn.
' il ble and was so bad off
I could hardly rest
day or night. I doc-
' ', .w1 MrttK all Ik
v best doctors in town
and took many kinds
of medicine bat noth
ing did any good un
til I tried your won
derful remedy, Lydia
E. Finkham'a Veeo-
.V,I. rvmnnimil Mv husband said it
would restore my health and It has.."
Mrs. MAY WYATT, Asmana, ivy.
There are probably hundreds of thon
..n. r.t wArnon In thn tlntt(i States
who have been benefitted by this famous
old remedy, wnicn waa proaucea irom
roots and herbs over thirty years ago by
a woman to relieve woman's suffering.
Read Wbat Another Woman says:
Camden, N. J. "I had female trou
ble and a serious displacement and was
tired and discouraged anu unauieiouomy
work. My doctors told me I never could
be cured without an operation, but
thanks to Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound I am cured of that affliction
and have recommended it to more than
one of my friends with the best results. "
Mrs. Ella Johnston, 321 Vine St.
If joa want special adilce write to
Lydia E. Plnkham Xedlcliie Co. (coafl.
dentlal) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
woman and held lu etrict confidence
Stanford Opera House
Wednesday Evening,-Nov. 20th
Wee & Laatbert Preseit tie Stiniij HeloDraaa
"The County Sheriff"
A Thrilling Story of Life in the
Great North West
A Powerful Wstrn Romance, strong,
ui Emotion, Beautiful in Sositimtmt
Prices, - - 25c, 35c and SOc
Scats on sal at Skugars Jfc Tanner's.
DEGINNlNG Mon-kr, Oct2Ittr
JD If) 12. w will sll euf
mtmt mlt Drv Goodft. NotsOn.
Shoes, Etc, at atssoltiU cost Tkis
season's newest goon's. Nothing
reserved. We need the money and
mean business. This is the best op
portunity you will ever have to save
money. Strictly a cash proposition.
Goods charged will be sold at the
regular price :::::'.''
Hughes, Martin & Co.
Stanford. Ky.
Old in Age lint Mem in Ways
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford is the oldest insti
tution in this section of the stnte, having been organized March 9,
1854. A bank to hnvo stood the panics thnt have occurred in the
post 58 years must be nil right. This bnuk today is stronger and
better thnn it ever wns.
Vhile old in ngo it is modem in method". Our patrons, and
they are- many, Trill testify to the fact that tnlf caro of them
in n mnnncr both pleasing and satisfactory.
Your patronage is respectfully asked. Ilemembcr our pledga.
of courteous treatment nnd honorable dealings.
Our directory includes some of the most prominent business
men nnd farmers in this section of the county. Try us.
J. S. HOCKER, Pres. H. C. BAUGHMAM, Cashier.
S. 7. HARRIS, Vice Pres.. W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. B-Ker.
J. R. HARRIS. Bsekkeeper.
The Wide-Awake
People
ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING UP-TO-DATE.
WE HAVE IT IN LADIES' AND MISSES' COATS
COAT SUITS. SO COME AND TAKE A LOOK.
AND
L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky.
Old Crimp"
will get you
e
if you don't look out!
Had you ever thought about a new suitr
High top shoes, Corduroy Pants, Coat
Jersey, Over Coat, Corduroy Suit ?
We also save a fill line of "Ball Basir
Ribbers and Rubber Boots. Everyliag
to keep y oi Dry and Warm this Winter.
Come in and look tbem over.
Sam Robinson
Judge Not Alone by
Appearances
Yet everyone avoids a mangy dog and a
shabby book-agent. ' Fine leathers do
make fine birds, and good clothes go a
long way toward making a self-respecting
man win his way. Get a new suit and
look prosperous. Our fall line is now on
display.
W. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky
reeer suae waea eeaaejr aae sn as
snAT Osbm la aa let see Uke fee
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