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& . V. - 25 PKoenix 'Thread SilK Haven't you of- H-ko ten said, "If I flOSe .could afford it, I wouldn't wear any but silk stockings?" This season you can afford it for Phoenix silk hose cost no .more than good lisle. And they arc real thread silk, with all its soft, shim melry elegance. Box of 4 Pairs $3. Warranted to Wear 3 Months Without Holes If any of the four pairs show a hole within three months '-we replace them with new pairs free. Phoenix silk hosiery comes in all the fashionable shades of the season. Come in and Look at Them . HUGHES MARTIN & CO, STANFORD, KY. COW-EASE RELIEVES CATTLE and HORS ES PROM PLIES. Dress Well j ' And at the same time dress comfortably. Hot days are here and they demand clothes SUITA BLE FOR THE WEATHER. A we have told you before, TANS and BLUES are the correct colors Our serges in two piece, all wool, 4V.4- jtrtli-ti en-i44-ei o dil f (I1K tiOn CUI and $25 are simply as good as the thlone ? lts longest, holds shape money buys. Our Tansand Greys better, makes makes you look dressed at $15 to $30 are nearer like the UP and down. I have them in Gry, pictures than any clothes you ev- Brown, Ian, Black and latent Leather. er saw. Leng coats, long- lappells, broad shoulders, full chests. Just slip on one and see how it fits. SPRING LOW CUTS. We want to put on your feet the cel ebrated World's Standardized Crossett H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. THE FARMERS A liquid preparation carefully compounded from non-poisonous mater ials.. It Is of thr right consistency for applying with a sprayer, and It will not gum up the hair or blister the skin. Every dairyman and tvery owner of livestock should use COW EASE during the summer season. Its use Is a humane act, and it also saves mon ey for the stock owner, as a herd of m llch cows that are sprayed regularly through the summer months will yield on the average from 10 to 20 per cent more milk than they would if COW EASE was not applied. In the case of horses: a mettlesome horse will loss flesh In fly time, wnereas If he Is sprayed vi'itht COW EASE before driving, he will keep 'n Good condition. W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. POSTED Father Leo. V. 1. Kins. Sarah 12. .Mnrtln, J. T. Martin, Fred llamlorf. For Sale. Nice young driving horto 1U 1-2 hands high, without a blemish work anywhere. Apply to Will Stone. Kor Sale. Good short horn hull. II. C. Nunnelley. Moreland, Ky.. Route 1 .-IT-2. Dr. CS. 18. Perry boUI to an Illinois party a handsomo sorrel mare by Ver dict for 1Tj. J. C. McClary, m A SL-2- 0 om-VJ i fswl . C-Tllr, I ejH ,u 'M OVERSTOCKED 3 2 $1,028 For $5 IS WHAT LINCOLN COUNTY MAN WON AT LOUISVILLE RACES UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER STANFORD, - KY- kOttlce 'Phone 167. Horn Tnoce Si, On Embroidery and Lace. Will make special prices on all Em- fiM broidery and Laces SATURDAY, ffl fithnnrl MONDAY 8th Wi1Up.11 S ft them so cheap you can't afford to JJJ pass them by. $ S Crab Orchard, Kentucky. W W! L. L. SANDERS, wstn Kind that Burns good, Makes no clinkers, .ch The l an 72 very Little Ashes. We Give you Pounds to the Bushel and Sixteen Ounces to the Pound. J. If Baughman &Go. ' STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY. Jack Parker, about a "0U to 1 shot won the third race at Louisville Sat urday, and those who were lucky enough to tave a small bet down, c.-.shed heavily. Among the lucky ones was Arcli McKlnney, one of the best known young men who over left Lin coln rounty and one of tne most popu Inr. Mr. McKlnney hod a $3 noto on tbe horse, and cashed In exactly !!, lil!8.50 as his, winning. A blacksmith who Is said to live in Pulaski count below Somerset had U on the long shot and juillcd down 1400. Tne great Kentucky Derby was won by Meridian with the favorite Governor Cray sec ond and Colston third. The nice was run in the fast time or -:0." and 'M, (100 people w-ero present to bee the lace run. fffi.. ,-nvSS '"" Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. For Men Only We have just received our new and S up-to-date line of j men a ouiiiiuc; oimu In Pongees we have a pleasing array of styles, Collars attached and detached, with tie to match. Negligees With Cuffs attached; a good, long Spring Suitings My new spring and summer samples are now ready for your Inspection. They comprise the best on the market I can suit anyono as to prlco who hnd tils clothes made tc order. A suit made to your measiiio Is preferable to ready made clothes. To hnre them made to measuro docsn t cost any 1 J ...... Un..i.:f..l J ' more than ready made wh.-n quality SICCVC dllU llldllV UCUUU1U1 UeSliiUS rami fit la nnnuldirAl 'l m . In tWt 4.11U III. IO UIHMimcu. -"n " let tne take yonr moisuri', H. C. RUPLEY, Tli Pra tlcal Tailor, in MONEY TO LOAN. On Lincoln county rarms, in uuj amount oer $3,000 Hate of Interest n 1-2 per cent. Term, 5 years, with pri liege to pay after one your. First mortgage. If you arc In need or money will loan you up to 40 per cent of the value of your land. For further par ticulars wrlto to G. U. Swlnobroad. Attorney, Lancaster, Ky. " We Want Produce AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY, EGOS. ICC, COAL, WOOL, HIDE3, FURS, SALT, LIME, GINSENG. FEATHERS ETC. H.B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. FRESH LOT OF THE GREAT FEED JUST RECEIVED FreshOysters SERVED IN ANY STYLE. Tf)G BG$T mGAL - in StADFORD Carson's - Restaurant W.A. CARSON, PROP. .v :iT.Nj&9f f rt : v-nj-"m morm ! tmurm vi Lmmhm for Mutton va rvtNAr crnflU ant In ahMD 'J rliDc. tt yon cnoDot rt U vis 'Va rsvvtzwrynf vr, lywiiwninw"wwi' ,yE WILL DELIVER lyieats & Groceries AT YOUR DOOR Cull u3 by phone and give us your order for our nice, fresh meat and clean new groceries. Call far J. C. LYNN for MEAT And LAND & BUCHANAN for Groceries J. L. Beazley & Co UNDERTAKERS AND EM. BALMERS. ALSO DEAL. ER IN FURNITURE, MAT TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. , FLY n u a "o SUrJ 5HDEr5 nniflu naif you itp your aalmaU tt from norm. will poitlTtlr tla oat tb wonni, not only la year aiiMp tot la Trj otbr aalm&loa your (lac. TbU wondrr work. lniwD4r will octroy aod nl Tvrr 14 womi,laTtoff theuttiual f( tndljrfat zkd KMloiiUta erety ounce of food It wtu. BstmVat It a wooaoriui umic bdq con dltrODtr. It cot tot -u oi coi aay .i k r iMsaa lo leea. m 8. JL Fell Company, UeTuca,u. stripes. In white, and White Pleated bosoms we can suit the most elaborate dresser.. Remember the low fitting col lar band wnich keeps your collar from riding the coat collar. Remember the fullness of the shirt. Our Monarch $1 Shirt CLUETT,. $1.50 and $2 Shirts, unex celled by any shirt we know of, when it comes to QUALITY and STYLE. Notice the display of a few of our many patterns in our show windows. Cummins & Wearen, Stanford, Kentucky. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FOR SUMMER ORIVING the comfort or both Lon.cs and iltiv ere should be specially considered by Hocurlng n proper outfit of lap robes, blankots, fly neta and other ncrcbrtart e8 from our complete assortment of horso fcoods. loro lire HK;it, but Urong and durablo, single and double harness, admirably suited to road pur poses, along with n lull line of work harness or the best, quality at flat prices. , J.C. MtCLARY, Stinfari. F"l Liil SMl-Vot la mold hx PENCE BROS. Stanford, Ky. CONCRETING Were In petition to do all klndi of con cretin, mcti m Illook Work, l'BVementi nd. Id fact, wo coo umko noy tblDK t torn bouieaownio sieaoo po. wo cnu mrTi too promptly and lunrantce tlrtt-clan work and material. (Jail mid Ket our prtcti before you buy your material ut leait. PHILLIPS BROS.. Stanford, Ky, Men's Hats We feel justly proud of our col lection of hats this Spring. It embraces many of the new ideas J Broadbrim, low crown Derbies, Telescope styles vith pencil edge or snap down brim and new light shades with contrasting trim mings. We urge you to see this assortment. W- E. Perkins, "ESST V ' JJik 4MT m. Wmm Heavy luying strain. Eggs $1 for 15 Mrs. J. n McKee, King's MounUln, well barred. Kggs 15 for 11. 100 forlToo ma'ne''Bnd Tail, stands full 17 5. Mrs. 8. K. Ouddeiar. II. It No. : hands blgh. weight 1600 pounds and do? -ItETiSpmn-tor. .A.. T. TIUTWIl " l"" ""? First Ofllcer-Ob. I orflr.d tbm tt SON Nwui Ml wew "" :.'' "';"-"- .. ..: . - iHfanrora. kjt.. n. m. u. MB. . i'" "' ik l-anoauer Ky. . . x. rail eutl-iuimrtiaa uiw.