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Birds, Rabbits, Etc., Etc.
with Mr sheik. Winchester
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PENNY'S, The Renll Store.
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 suits or shirts and drawers.
Thare it cheap mnUrww, Use eh
shew er cheap cletliee. asaes ef
efeeaa material, by die? laser, wMe
It may Issfc fairly waH Mere W is
wem sr wssase set R Is sessp, H
wM war chsaa see feel eases.
We are offering you standard garments,
known the world over, like a Stetson hat
or a Walkover shoe. Dr. Wright's
Health9 wool-fleeced shirts and drawers,
very heavy, very warm, at $i agarment.
Miuifinf Union Suits every one who
reads knows a Munting the perfect fit
ting union suit, in cotton or wool, at $1 ,
$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 slentv of 50 cent floods,
and worth your half dollar. See
We have a full stock of
Htftting Stoves. Coal Vast
G oal Hods,Gritis, ftc
Call and see them.
trap. Let ts ejvate
the market. '
what we have thea key 1
Wlat Corn ami Potato dubs Do
For tho Boys.
H0WTH OF THE MOVEMENT.
Jeweeen Cwinty .Le WH Ita Mag
alfloant aarrfaftlng Larti Hew Wil
liam Frejr Qrew Clghty-tlght Buhl
f Potato on Ons-fourth of an Aora.
Gradually the talaklaf aeaoot people
re beginning to aee and uaderetand
that If the parent will not so to
the school the school eauat so to the
noma and maha Uaclf fait. Nothing
feM helped mora la thla Btorement
than tha boa' com and potato cluba
da thla and many other states. The
remndou growth of tbe movement
la due largely to a rational aee of tbe
-children' enthustaam and desire TO
DO HOMKTUINO THKM8ELVKH
fLKAflUKB IN ACHIEVEMENT
COMES KHOM DOINO IT YOUIl
SEW, and pleasure In achievement la
tho lament factor In human life.
William and Walter Frey lira about
eight miles from Louisville In a eplen
11(1 farming and gardnlng section of
Jefferson county. When your reporter
a oood aaocc.
vtattad them oa Saturday, 2d of No
a-eaabar. b found them buay atorlnt
"eeeond crop" potatoea for the winter
WRllem Fray. tha eMer broth r. grew
f aa act of potatoea tbla
Ha harveeted eighty-eight
of aotoudld tuber on tha plot
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"Yea, that ylald waa some bettar than
aneet of Um aoighbora around bare
Too see. eighty-eight bushels oa aaj
little placa I the earn aa 117 barrel'
to tha acre. Of oonraa I did aopur
thing tha nalghbora dlda't do, becaue
I did all of my work from tha Hrec
tions tha government aant me. Every
hody plow manure under whoa tbej
break tha ground In tha eprlng, but I
ojaaS aa two big wagon loada of rotted
manure for a top dreaetn' after my pu
tatoea war In the ground.
"Tbe folka that came orer here aald
aay potatoea were darker green than
af.f 4 he-other In the-naiahhornood .
leti ire alj saw that tso rlaoa tret?
mighty heavy an' One. I went orer the
patch three time with a fourteen tooth
Wfixuif raat and uie potato
cultlrator. an' 1 was careful no( to let
It cut deeper than two Inches. Aftei
that I tcne It two worklu'a with a the
"Yf. my potatoes will get the flrxl
J prlio this jear la this rounty. It II
1 uunke um uaner 01 un mm mf
aulKlity welt, iKi-auso It's J50 In roM."
Walter Krey, the jouiiKer brother
has an ami of corn la tbe contest, but
It 'had trat been husked wheu your cor
respondent lslted the farm early In
November. Tlio ground showed thai
careful work bad been done during the
aueimer, ami the eighteen huge shock
that atood upou the acre gave promise
of a large yield.
"1 v'e1 the IJoone County While
that the stulu furnished ua boys," be
amM In answer to my questions, "but I
only got about half a stand of corn, so
1 had to use some of our own Hoonr
Ouaty for replautlug tbe acre. Of
eeuree a bad stand I a mighty poor
tart lu a corn contest. Next time 1 am
SobV to teat the seed so a to be ure
About my stand.
"Yea, I used a lot of manure on thsi
acre. Itefore I plowed it thla aprlng I
acatterwl four big load of mauure so I
cotjld turn It under.
"I wit goln' to do more plowln' an
cwttlvatlu' than auybody arouud belt
thla year, but a big windstorm taupleil
ttao I bad tu quit early. I did cultltutr
tt four time an' didn't atlr the ground
snore than two lucbea deep. Tbe dins
tioas for corn make that a mlcht
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Ts te Clven In Ccetest Defies RWi
ardsen Store's Rhi Sale.
During the biir hiiIo of tlio Iticli
iuIhiiii More nt Junction City, which
begins ov. Al, vc will civc double
o1ps r 2.000 for $1 instead of. 1.000
The htaiiiiinir 111 tlio Iiijj contest at
lint fount was:
Mix., Lucy MfConl . .. .'IU..V.0
Mix pdorKin We IN III'-VIOO
Mihs Hiittic LcIrIi 223.280
Mm AIiiiii Cosby 104,7'i0
Mis Flora Minor
.Miss Annie Atkins , , ,
Miss l.aViniii AliCIraw
.Miss Donnltelle West .
.Mis IUiiiipIip Dunn . , ,
.Mi. is Laura KflleV ...
Mis I'auliup Tavliir
Aliss l.ula Sewell . ,
.Miss Susie Robert . .
Miss ( hristiua Noska
Mixs Irene Lynn . . . .
Miss Alice Ilurhum .
Mis- llessic Wrieht ..
Miss Mary Heck . . . .
Mis Mainin .Ion?- . .
Miss Dora McAneloy
Miss Anali I'rnitt . . .
Mhh Klhip Alstott ..
Miss Maiy Clarkson .
Afiss (Jracc I-aw.von .
Mis Clara Martin . .
Ml ) Josio Walker . .
Frpdii SdtMiiiin 10,100
Kliubeth Carter 10.100
Mr. William Tlnirpe Ins been very
ill l'or Hetcral dns.
Itcv. Alpheiis ijamnsoii. oC India,
llcotmcil at the Methodist chun-li
Imie Suii'lny evcnlnc.
Mr. ami Mrs. Samuel Spoini.irni'iv
ami little (laiihter, ll.irlmni of-j
Daimlli', were the jiuests ot' Mr. ami
Mrs. H. K. Holwrls, Smid.iy.
MfssT". Clarence TuuKpi. JiiIimii
ami Shuttlpworth Tarkiuutou inul
Arthur Johnson, of Iurk.-..-. nt
tpmled the candy pullinir here Fiidiiy
The ladies of the l'rps'nipri.in
cliiirch save a candy pullii;: at the
Maccahee Hull, Friday fpuiii'.
Quite a number attended and all
reported a delichtful tini".
Miss Susie Roberts entpriu'iied r.
number of her friends Inst Thursday,
cxenimr. Those uresent wei? MUs
Hertlia West. Almu Co-,by. Mry
Ilamllcy. Anali ruiitt. Ma sr.'.o Clark.
(ton, Sadie Cosby, Leliii Duus:.iii and
Messrs. Clarence Tucker. Julian
Tarkiuutou, Arthur Jo1iii-"ki. TIi.k.
Simpson, Shuttlenorth Tatkiu;tou.
Will Terr'. Henry Slierim. H.ij
Clarkson, Baxter Coovert. Charley
Coshy. Dousl.is Joberts, C.irl (iulli
ii-, Jo Hnimmtt, Howcrit Qulliric.
loo Sliorriin; and Itudolph ln-fl.
Mut-ter F. I. I'reMon. "on of Mr.
and Mrs. Mlliatn l'reston, is seri
ously ill. Htiffennu fiom a throat
Jfr. Jesse Westei field. nn of Mrt
and Mrs. John Westerfield. who has
been seiiously ill is much better.
W. Frank Powers sold to. W. L.
Shepper.son a splendid driving mare
for 150. He also sold to Mr. W. C.
Canentor a bunch of fancy hos at
A. J. Adams has been a srent mif
terer from ihemuatism Jor several
d.l.W, wile of his knees imolved.
Miss Sophie Aldridse has ;oiie to
Morehead, Kv.. wheie she will com
plete a course in instrumental music
Miss Aldridue is a. most dpseninir
0111i',' lady and her fiieixls hoie for
hei" cre.it success.
If. (' Cash ami Inide. nee Miss
Fieda Seltsam bae returned from
an extended blidal tour in I lie west
and arc receiinu' the sincere and
coi din I fonuiatiihitioiis from their
Mr. I'mamiel Peudvcraft. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Fiank I'emhgratt.
is sli'litlv better. He has Iipii af
flicteil for soiiip weeks with an at
tijck of tphoid feir and his life
hum: 011 a brittle thread for several
TI1.1 knohs south of tin- farm of
I It. Mooie. were on lit- Inst Sat
in day, burniii!; oer i-oniderahle
terntorv, doiinr lunch damnue. It
uaiued headway in a coin field on
some land beloiicim: to George W.
Vermillion, and di'stioed sewr.il
shocks of com heloii'.'im: to nm
linker, bpfor- it could he rout lolled
Kev. J. It. Dodsou he-run jnc.ich
ilii; at Clenis cliiipel hist Satuidav
evening ami will piotiact the ser
vices, prcncliiii'.' at ten o'clock each
inouiini: ami at buin in tlie eeuim;.
'I he public is cindinlly invited to at
tend each ami exeiv sen ice.
The J'arksvillc liuckei hri'.'iide.
which cannot he -m pu cI for iM
inirucss mid efficiency, possihlv sav
ed the town fiom another dinsrous
1 lie hist Satuidav moiiiiuir. The fire
oii'Miiated in the uardeii of Mr. John
Wilahl, Jr.. i-utf liiuc I mm some ht
uhes tho dry cries fiitcliin-: 011 fire
soon leached the chicken house, hut
by lieioic effoits was confined to
J. Ca McClary
UNMRTAKBII AN IMIAIM1R
fftoo PMHf 117. Hom'FUom V
FTrHMY. WfYEeTSty. 72. Wt
FAIR THAT MADE
A TOWN WAKE UP
Bowlini Green's School dtlitr
lof Beat tha circus.
IT ROUSED CIVIC PRIDE,
Ami Mad Cltli.n Rtallt That Kan
tuky Wa Forging p-orWar- te Take
Her Place with Other Stateo'af tha
A clrcua can bring a crowd Into a
town that will Us the ttvery stable
and aid atreeta, but a achool fair and
parade can do the same. On Oct. 2rt
Bowling Green waa crowded, crowded
aa If a anow waa In town, but there
waa a difference. It waa a crowd of
eager, expectant people, with eyes look
ing far beyond tbe- mere parade; It was
a crowd that mark tbe awakening of a
atate that had doled comfortably for
tine or soaooL bootbs.
years; it wa a crowd that unconscious
ly waa making history. It waa not a
yelling, surging crowd, but one that
atood quietly as the parade paaaed and
made remark that were pregnant wltb
thought. One grlaaled old farmer look
ad far down tbe line of eturdy march
lng children, smiled and remarked to
hi neighbor: "Tbla I the biggest Say
Bowling Greeu orer had. It' bigt
thaa pacwa.elactlona and everything
J jet think of practically every eeboo
child U the- county In llo. parading the
principal streets of the town. Think ot
tbe ecttboi pride that came to them
while preparing their unique ceatume
and banners- to compete for the prises
offeree. There were whole acboola In
Ma and white, ' black and scarlet
brown sue? red and pure white. One
group had each and every boy, big and
little, la a brand new pair of blue over
alia Even tbe aubdlatrlct truatee bad
caught tbe contagion of entbualaam
and aaarched In his 1 ew blue overall.
Bee B the top of the bill-on which
tbe bnllSknga of the Western Normal
rest went tbe line of march. Behind
tbem went the throng of parent and
friends to hare a look at the display
of th Hoys' Corn club of Warren
county and the exblblta of the schools
In one of the Urge rooms nt tbe achoo
booths were arranged that each din
trtct scbnol ml Rlit have a distinct spn.ee
for Its hnndlwnrk. A walk a mom:
these booths showed beaten biscuits.
cakes, bread, preserve. Jellies, garden
vegetables, doll furniture, sewing of
APMONH, OAKICI) AKD JBLMBB.
oil klmlu, UrHMiiiKH. imlntlns. collec
tions of leaves and ht1ouh woods.
The corn Uiuw w,s kUlcndKI. but it
must Ik- InWeu un as a seiurate etory
In fttct. the luitii-sslou made on your
reHirter duriiiu Hie whole day be spent
at iioMlliu: Oiveu was that It waa all
too hlg. tixi Hue, too Impreaalre to
hiiudle properly. It la easy to feel
tbe thmli of eiithiiKliiam In a crowd
that la siin-harced with It. hut It Is 11
fur different juiilter 10 put It Into cold
8ueh eteuia iiiuke us know Kentui'lc)
has roused liertM-ir front her imp hihI U
streti-hlug herself and ruhbltig del
eji's. It Is only iiwi-wKary as she ruli
Ilia drowsiness fntm lier eyes to inuki
her see the problem thnt coiifronl hei
children cleiirly, then to make lit-i
move forwunl ateadlly tnwant I hi
place that should he hers among hi
alater stale of the Uuloa.
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BEGINNING Mbttfky, Oct. 2 It,.
1912, we will sell our entire
stock of Dry Goeets; Nbtietier
Shoes, Etc, at absolute) eeet Thiav
seesoa's newest goeeiaH Nethitiff
reserve. We iteeai the) wewey aaeV
mean buelfieee. This ir the beet ef
portunity you wiH ereY bare te ssnre
noBey. Strictly m caeh ereeesHieii.
Goosls charged will be seUattbe
regular price : r r : : r : :
Hughes, Martin & Co.
Stanford. Ky. '
Old in Age But Modern in Ways
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Stanford is the oldest ifleti
tutiea in this section of the state, having been organized March 9,
1864. A bank to have stood the panics that have occurred in tha
past 58 years must be all right. This bank today is stronger &
better than it ever was.
While old in age it is modern in methods. Oar patrons, sad
they are many, will testify to the fact that we take car of the
in a manner both pleasing and satisfactory.
Your patronage is respectfully asked. Remember oar' pledge
of eeurteous treatment and honorable dealings.
Our directory includes some of the most prominent basiaeas
men and farmers in this section of the county. Try as.
S. T. KARRIS. Vies Pres..
J. It. HARRIS; aWrSStST.
ARE LttKINC FOR SOMETHING UP-TO-aWTE.
WE HAVE IT IN LAOIES' ANtT MISSET CtMTS AM
COAT SUITS. SO COME AN TAKE A llftel
will get you
if you &m't look out!
Had you ever thought about a' new uitf
High top shoes, Corduroy Pants, Coat.
Jersey, Over Coat, Corduroy Suit ? ;
RikWrs ani Rtwer Bttts. ETorytiaiH
ti keep ynDry aid Wani Ubk lisskr.
Chw it ani Ink tka tr er.
Judge Not Alone by
Yet everyone avoids a mangy dog and a
shabby book-agent. Fine feathers do
make fine birds, and good clothes go a
long way toward making a self-respecting
man win lus way. Get a new suit and
look prosperous. Our fall line is now on
Crab Orchard, Ky
W. W. SAUNDERS. Ins. R-Ktetar. I
(M Offted, Ky .