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Third Annual Exhibition
Madison County Poul
BARRIO PLYMOUTH HOCKS.
Cook O. G. K loose, Georgetown, 1
11J J; A. C. Coffey, Lincoln county, 3;
A a. Calloway, 4.
Hen O. G. Klosae, 1; A. G. Calloway,
I; A. C. Coffey, 3.
Cockerel A C. CotTey, 1 and 4; A. G.
Calloway, 2 and 3.
Pullet A. G. Calloway, 1 and 3;0. G.
Pen A. G. Calloway, 1; A. C. Coffey,
2; O. G. Kloue, 3.
CockJ. C. Neff. 1; G. V. Dealher
aee. 2 and 3; W. li. Jenkins, 4.
Hen G. W. Deatherae: 1 and 4; J.
0. Neff, 2 and 3.
Cockerel-J. C. Neff, 1 and 4: Nelion
Oornelison, 2; G. W. Deathnraite, 3.
Pullet J. C. Neff, land 2; Mrs. Bes
sie Shearer, 3; G. V. Deaiheraire, 4.
Pen G VV Deatheraite. 1; J. C. Neff,
2, Mrs. Beseie Shearer, 3: V. B; Jenkins,
BUFF PLYMOUTH ROCKS.
Cock, Hen and Pullet Brown Buford,
Cock J. VT. Duncan, Nioholasvilla,
1; C. 8 Lyons, Stanford, I.
Hen-rJ. W. Duncan, 1 and 1
Cockerel C. 8. Lyon, 1; J. W. Dun
can, 3 and 3.
Pullet C. 9. Lyon, 1; J. W. Duncan,
3 and 3.
(lock, Hen, Cockerel and Pullet Pow
ers fc Cadlish, Maysvilla, 1.
COLUMBIAN WTASDOTTRS. '
Cock, Hen, Cookerel, Pullet and Pen
Harris Bros., 1.
eiNOLH COMB RltODR ISLAND RHD.
Cockerel A. C. Hill. Stanford, 1, 3
and 4; Russell Brown, Lancaster, 2.
Pullet-A. C. Hill, 1 and ; Mrs. J.H.
Matthews, 3; V. h. Buford, 4
Pen A. C. Hill, t; Norman Jenkins,
Valley View, 3.
ROSR COMB RltODR ISLAND RKDS.
Cock, Hen, Cockerel and Pullet Ben
K. Turner, Mt. Sterling' 1.
WHITt BOSK COMB RHOI1R ISLAND RRDS
Cockerel, Pullet and Pen llnrJy 8.
Hen and Cockerel W. K. Buford, 1.
Cock, Hen, Cockerel and Pullet C.
8 Lyons, Lincoln, 1.
WHY NOT TRY THE
Experienced Men Courteous Treatment
Free Stalls for Teams Prompt Payment
Our Auctioneer is unsur
passed, and we are in a
position to guarantee sat
isfaction in every respect
D. B. McKllMIMEY
Feed, Salt, Poultry Feed,
Supplies of All Kinds
Two Phones, 35 & 42. Prompt Delivery. Grocery, W. Main St.
S. 0. BROWN LROnORNS.
Cook Mrs. John K. Gibson, Rich
mond, 1 and 3; J. Hunter Matthews,
Richmond, 3; Elliott Kirtley, Frank
Cookerel Mrs. John R. Gibson, 1.
Pullet J. II. Matthews, t and 3; Mrs.
John R. Gibson, 3 and 4.
Pen J. H. Matthews. 1; VV. T. Olds,
. C WRITI I.ROHORNS.
Cock W. B Gabbard. Bohon, 1; W
B. Buford, 2; J. M. Mann, Lancaster, 3;
Mrs. T. H. Collins, Madison, 4.
Hen John O Held, Stanford, I; Mrs.
T. H. Collins, 2; W. B. Buford, 3 and
Cockerel Butler Carrier, Madison, 1;
Alex Uay, Valley View, 2; W. K Gab
bard, 3; John U Iteid, 4.
Pullet Alex lUy, 1 and 3; Mrs. T. H.
Collins. 3; Butler Currier, 4.
Pen V. K. Gabbard, 1; Mrs. T. H.
Collins, 2; J. O. Held. 3
a. c. Burr i.kohokns.
Cock, Hun and Pullet Joe S. Smith-,
er, Nicholasville, 1. I
BLUR ANDAI.l'SIANS !
Cock, Hen and Cockerel Mrs. Jno. R. ,
Gibson, 1. j
Pullet L. V. Jacobs, Wilmore. 1: Mrs. !
Jno. R. Chbson, 3. j
SII.VBR S W LKIHIORy. J
Pen Mrs. Jno. K Gibson, 1. I
S. C. MOTTI.RH ANCONAR. j
Cockerel J S. Hvndlpy, Louisville, 1 i
Hen Mrs Jno U. Gibson, 1 and 2; J.
L Hendiey, 3 and 4 i
Cockerel J. S. liendley 1
Pullet Mrs. J. K. Giuson, 1 and 3; J
S. Hendiey, 2.
PenMr. J. R. Gibson, 1; J. H. Math
Cockerel, Hen and Pullet John K
Booth, 1, 2 and 3
C. BLACK MINORCA.
Cockerel W Q. Pnrk. I, 3 and 4; K
L. Adams. Louisville, 2.
Hen V. Q. Park. 1,2 and 4; K. L.
Cockerel VV. Q. Park, 1, 3 and 4; E.
L. Adam. 2.
Pullet W. Q. Park, 1 and 2; L. V.
Jacobs, 3 and 4.
Pen VV Q. Park. 1, 2. 3 :
S. C. WHITE OKPINOTONS.
Hen A. Hni, 1 and 2.
Cockerel G. W. Park, 1.
PulletV. B. Buford, 1 and 2; G. VV.
Park. 3. i"
Pen O C. Hill, 1; G. W Park, 2 h i
a. c. mirr oki'inutons J
Cork Walker & Em bry, Stanford,! t'
C. S. Lyon, 2. V jl
Hen Walker & Embrv, 1 and 2. V;'
Cocckwel Walker & Embry, 1. 2 an !
4; U. S Lyon, 3 - 4 --f-
Pullel C. S. Lyon. 1; Walker & Em I
; bry. 2
Pen Walker & Embry. 1.
8. C. BLACK OKl'IMiS.
Cook J. T. Adair, Miliersbury, 1.
Hen J. T. Adir, 1 ami 2
i CockrelE. C. Cornelison. 1 and
J. T. Adair, 2 ami 3.
; Pullet E. C Cornelison, 1 and .'I: .1
T. Adair. 2 and 4.
j Pen-J. T. Adair, 1; E. C. Cornell
' BLACK COCIIAN BANTAMS.
I Cock and Hen H. J. Evans, Frank.
' fori, 1.
j HKON.K 1TKKKYS.
dock Mrs. CIhtk Rice, I; Mrs. T. K.
Hen -Mrs Clarn Rice, 1: Mrs. T. K
Cockerel Mrs. Clark Rice, I; G. VV.
Pu!lel-G. VV. DeHllieraiM), 1; Mrs.
Clark Rice, 2.
Cock Geo. DeJarnelt, 1 and 2; Nelson
Hhii (ieii. l).lHrieti, 1, md '
Cockerel George DeJarnett, 1, 2. :i
anu . r
WIIITK INDIAN UIINNKK DI'CKS.
Cock, Hen. Cockerel ami Pullet Mrs
S. J. Km bry. Stanford. 1.
Made a Quick Sale
THK Investment Department af a Bal
timore stock exchange house had a
caller who wished to buy fifty shares
of a certain investment stock. While the
customerwaited, the manager called upthc
firm's Philadelphia agent on the Bell Long
Distance Telephone and secured the stocl
with the promise of delivery next day.
Quick trades are often made by the
Bell Telephone service.
& TELEGRAPH COMPANY
We guarantee quick delivery of every We want your logs, or will saw them for
thing you buy and will appreciate your ' you while you wait Blanton Lumber Co.
or jers. u you nave not tried us give ut : phone 425. 16-tf
i can, ta ww wain street, racninono,
Ky. Covington. Thorpe & Co. 11-tf
A. D, Efctes buys and wlls produce. 49-tf
Dress Making and Alterations a Spec
ially. Mrs. VV. Jones, at Singer Office.
Won't Carry Freight
Many resignations in the rural
mail carrier service in Southeast
ern Iowa are reported on account
of the increase of the parcel post
Persons connected with the
service predict wholesale resigna
tions if the fifty-pound maximum
for packages, recommended by
the Postmaster General, is adopt
ed. The departmeut is said to be
finding it difficult to get men to
relieve those who have resigned.
We keep on hand always the best gro
eerie that money can buy and sell them
as cheap as the cheapest. Phone 72 and
144. Covington, Thorpe & Co. U tl
It was thought that Thomas
Baskett had been accidentally
electrocuted at the power house
of the Winchester electric light
company, but Dr. I. H. Brown
says that there is no evidence of
bums. The coroners jury found
that he was electrocuted.
Flooring, Ceiling. Siding. Lath. Blan
ton Lnmber Co, Phone 423. 16 tf
Evening Clothes ,
and Dinner Suits
We are making a distinct specialty of Evening Dre3s.
To wear the really correct the really latest in Evening
Dress is just as simple as wearing the ordinary.
That our customers may be sure of the latest and best,
we have secured the newest Evening Clothes Models of the
This noted house has long made a distinct specialty of
Evening Dress. Their leadership in correctness and fine
ness of finish is acknowledged throughout the tailoring
Our Evening Clothes are correct to the degree that
they will remain good style until you outgrow them.
To wear an Adler-Rochester Evening Dress Suit is to
att.-.in real dress distinction.
Evening Dress Suits $30 to $45
Dinner Suits - - - $25 to $40
J. S. Stanifer
"yYome of ffood (BotAea"
All persons having claims!
against the estates of Cyrus T. J
Fox are requested to present
them to the undersigned before
January 1st, . properly proven, j
Otherwise they will be barred. '
Mrs. C. T. Fox. j
48-4 1 Executrix. !
M. M. HAMILTON
Successor to Vaugh & VanDeveer
Fish and Oysters, Fridays, A. D. Estes. ;
Remember when you come to town and !
want seed that Covington, Thorpe & Co. I
handle the best that can be bought and
will sell them worth the money. Come
and see us at 232 West Main street. 11 tf
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fresh and Cured Meats
WE PAY CASH FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE
Red Cedar Shingles. Hlauion Lumber
Co. Fhone 425. lfr tl
HOl'SE FOK RENT. Apply 319 Third
St or phone 586. 47-4t
Cor. Main and Collins Sts.
The Madisonian $1 Per Year