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MONEY STRET6HING tt MflGHNE t tit I t If some one should present to you, no charge, with an instrument by which you could make every dollar you get worth one dollar and a half, you would take it and thank him, too. Such a machine will begin to operate in our store WEDNESDAY, JULY 7TH. It is in the form of a Great Reduction Sale. We have combined our Corbin and Stanford stocks of Dry Goods, Carpets, Gents' Furnishings and Shoes in one Great Sacrifice Sale. We have discontinued our Corbin store and moved the goods to Stanford. Of .course two stocks of goods are too much for us and we have decided to sacrifice them for CASH. We will therefore place on the market $25,000 worth of as good merchandise as money can ' buy; at prices that will make every man and woman who has money to spend "sit up and take notice. Knowing as you do that facts and figures are more convincing than many words, we mention below some of the items and prices. To the first 10 ladies entering our store each Get the date ami plnco li mil v fixed in your mind WEDmorning during this sale, we will fell 10 yds NESDAY .JULY" lo.IULY 24TH. Sixteen dajs of brisk licst Calico for 25c. Door open each morn- celling. ing at h o'clock. This is without dubt tho greatest Nile of honest merchandifo ever held in thin tectum of the State. 7c uality Crash only He. 50c quality Linen liitc. 12Jc quality Huck towel- good judgment to consider your future a money caving opjortunity presents itself. 5c Quality fast colored Ifc; 7c quality 36-inc- h In win 3c; Co quality calicoes, all brown cotton 5c. Cottons. 0c quality Bleach Cotton Brown Sheeting Cotton, 8c. G jc; 40 inch Biggest assortment. Best good at cut price. It i need, when such Gloves. Better supply your future needs in cottons. They arc advancing in the cities. lc. 12 and 10 button kid gloves 82.50 and S3 quality in thi 81 quality fine black voile (0c; 50c quality wool kirtinga 2Wc; sale 81. 10; 12 and 1(5 button Silk Glove 81.25 to 82 quality. 40 inch India Linen, 12.c grade, 9c. Five $1 quality, big line, dre goods, 50c; 15c quality Danish cloth, Take your choice for 00c. patterns in fancy white goods, 12c quality, 121c. 8c. White Goods. It is not chop or the businc run lUelt unoihiy while you save 85 or 810. Ict the farm or thu Men needing good shoes can savo u dollar or two at this Cash. n question of whether you will pay. No charging in this sale. We must havo but the We have plenty of goods for everybody, is better nt the beginning. talc. J;--' Big lino white, at I W'n Hosiery. Men's Wear. Pairs Men's, Women's or Children's) Hose for 25c. Big assortment of ladies' fine black hoc 50c quality in this sale 20c. 4 Children's Hats. Big lot of 50c and 75c hats, to clo-- e Wash Suits. of onc-lm- lf at 20c. this - colored ami these wash dre-csprice; sold at 83.50 to So'. , rut-pric- art a e d.m't liLi tlnwd nece-sar- y evil. The goods inuat go. undeiehirtn or drawers 23c; 50c quulity shirts or drawers .Wc; 50c quality clatic seam drawers 30e; 50c quality athletic kales, but they underwear 30c. :55c If your dollars are tew, let u stretch them for you. Begin now to save your pennies for great sale. Light Jackets. There is a reason for this sale too many good-- Skirts. You can have one 1 17c. Ladies' Vests. Tape neck and arm, bleach vests 7c each. Odds and ends in Indie' 25c underwear, only Positively for Cash. No tickets, no uo good taken lwck. You may need a light jacket of our new one at one third of! tho price. Without reservo we make a sweeping cut of off the prico of any of our fine skirts. one-fourt- h Rug Bargains. 81.75 quality Velvet Hugs in this wlo only 81.25. cent. discount on nil Carpets, .Mattings and Druggets. 10 Every articlo isn advertised. ptr Do you lead tho market rejwrts? know about tho advance in leather? Do jou CLARKE'S THREAD. HI I All nets at cut prices. You can own a You seldom see this at less than 5c. l'rico dining this sale waist for little money. Hundreds of people will welcomo the announcement of this only 1c per spool. No more than 5 spools to one customer. A special in Gingham; 10c quality fine great tale. Wo let you do tho figuring. Take 10 per zephyr ginghams, as long us they last at 5c yd Good time to buy tho Children's Shoes uml snvo a few cent, ofl of any item iu the storo except those Men's Heavy Socks 1c. Children'- - School Umbrellas 20c. quoted ut special prices. A HEASOX: Too many goods; not enough money; must turn goods into money. LONG CLOTH BARGAIN. Put a little extra cash in your iiurso. You will ceo some-thinMen get iu on this lot. Any 81 coat or you will want for Fall school dresses. Although cotton is on the jump, we will sell this lot as long pants, 72c. 50o quality 30c. as it lasts nt 7Jc. 10 per cent, discount on window shades; onWe havo enough to strike any ouo who Ilo yard for wash torschon insertion for trimming suit; worth each for oak poles. Bleach Scrim only ly 7c No danger of not seeing something comes. 5c yard for 10c quality Wo can't begin to mention all tho items, but wo mention 10c. This ono of our good pick tips. 5c )d. von need. Insertion. Hamburg Edge and enough to show you we mean business. Tell your friends alwut this big Nile. Nets for Waists. Overalls. Window Goods. Men's Fine Shirts. Best 81 shirt, made in all sizes, in this salo GOc. Use this bill as a memo. Mark tho items you wish to see. 8G MEN'S SHOES. Florsheim Shoes 83.85, $3.50 aud 84. Shoo 82.60. SUIT CASE BARGAIN. 81 quality Lcatheroid Suit Case, ouly 75c. 85 quality Suit Case, 83.5)8. Butt 83 and 82.75 low shoes, best makes, 82.10. Ladies' solid leather solo kid Oxfords, 03c; & Packard regular prico 81.25 mid 81.50. 10 per cent, discouut on tho best corsets. Tho American Lady looks good to us. Ladies' Shoes. ' Don't stay away; you might regret it. The secret of getting rich is, "Don't let an opportunity save a dollar or two get by you." to Hundreds of nil kinds of rcmuauts. Buy Good school handkerchiefs 2c; needles, best, (sharps) 3c; box tho childieu's school skirts and dressed oft of tbd remnant counter. hair pins 3c. h All colors in Linen Suiting, 12Jo aud 15a kind, 10c. A You can buy a swell suit, stylo correct, at Itemcmber there are three mouths of off the prico. Chifibu Ttill'eta silk, black and colors ih this salo at 87c. To tho first 10 men entering our store each day of the sale ahead of you yet. Truly a seasonaseason's best 81 silks at GOc. Hundreds of yards of this wo will sell 5 pair 10c socks for 25c. Door open nt 8 o'clock. Most of tho items in this salo nro suitable to ble sale. wear 12 mouths In a year. Housekeepers should not fail to seo our Linen bargains. 10 per cent, discount on any of our ladies' Remnants. Ladies' Suits. Wo have arranged to handlo tho crowd as rapidly as possible. 36-iuc- Sum-weath- er one-thir- d Waili Suits aud Skirt. Tho season is on 25o quality mercerized liucu suitings l.'ic. for these goods. You can buy ouy of ours at 23c. 10 per cent, discouut. Tho 39o quality lino shoes or slippers. This means 83 shoes Five mouths of slipper weather before you yet. A good pair 82.70 uud 82.50 shoes 82.25. Besides mauy slippers will last us long as a shoo uud cost much less. shoes nt greater reduction. CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS. h SEVERANCE & SON, STANFORD Southeast Corner Main and Depot Streets.- - ' r - "iqrmn t I h New duties have arisen, hence the new , Thr officials of Franklin county, mat law, which made some of our approprt- - is me urnimonwoaun s attorney, counYtrA Co., It now Th McKlnney Conl lth irepnrt to lf attorney, snerni ami pcrnaps omen, arntlcot conl supply the iwopl tho nny atlons necessary. farMtMlof conl, ml unjr E. C WALTON New occasions teach new duties; time are rolling In clover over their shares mers, will upwMitlly tiki notlex to the low $10,000 fine Imposed against the price, those who will bur coal for whmt of the makes ancient good uncouth; ihriwlilnu. prlcuppr Imthcl. riuinloa from cnnli ur nil gowl, from We must upward still and onward, who Indian Refining Company for polutlng Po to inc. litSome criticisms are the result of a creek, while tho State gets only a mines on the I... N. lUtllnny. truth, would keep abreast of K.O. ftOOUII. Mgr. tle and oftentimes erroneous knowl- Lo before us gleam her campfircsl We small part of It. Thero is no good rca- edge (rained from limited observation, son that a fine should go to the officers. ourselves must pilgrims be, TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE! or from reports of those who ore not Launch our Mnvflower. steer out bold- - They were not damaged and In this friendly to nor Interested in tho public flno aro out of I linrcionhnmlnt Hughes, Mnrtln A Co'. ly through the desperate winter case their parts of the tni-.schools. an proportion to tne services rennerca. Units, lii Mlnnfuril typewriters L.OI YltrloUS O. Hniltli, 8Cn (itch - thn Monarch. The Danville Advocate, we regret to Nor attempt the Future's portal with If tho State is not to get but a few Vox, Oliver, Itomlnitlon, nnit m gooil n new. etc.. thorouithlr rebuilt sav. Is not an advocate of advanced dollars of n flno It would seem much which I wlllseil very chenp. Alio ell tho Past's blood rusted key. Will ship nnywhere on trial, rnll movements, if wo are to judefrom Its And wo regret to say that under our moro cquitablo for thoso who suffered In nmi see them. protestations against Kentucky's most old system now discarded by every State damages to receive their relativo M. A.JOHNHON.Htnnfonl.Ky. salient points of progress, her schools in the Union except Arkansas tho cd- - amounts of a judgment assessed against and school laws. There is one excep ucatlonal life blood was sapped from our those who have damaged them, SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGItion, however, and that is with tho pro children with a veritable blood rusted ...... -. NEERING. viso that tho educational Institutions be key. Tho noblest tribute this paternal Let us give an democracy the election-o- f Judge E. C. located at Danville. I nm prepared lodonll kind. of surveying of ours pays to itself is tho cates Rear for governor and pays him some ami cltrll engineering promptly. My work Item which few people are considering, and brain, and soul which It wIlUwRuarnnteoilnud my prices are me Judge 0 compl.menU. I. e tho Institute for tho Stato's deaf Write me at McKlnney or call feet of the American child within lay. at the schools. We should cast Rear Is a good man and a fine judge over the.teleuhone through tho Huitonvllle and dumb. This Institution, Kxchange, in Its public h a po Me. I ag In t hm T e Danville, costs the Stato about $75,000 WALTKll McKINNKY. the best; "for tho best is hardly good , per year, or a sum equivalent to the an- .nK...i.if "" ai.m ITontnrbv rhllrircn. The Truth" nual appropriation for both Normal And through the teacher In our Norma. Every person in this city who iiuf-ferinSchools, tho only 100 indigent children h School is a safe avenue through which " from Eczema, Pimples, Dandi,1D " were trained thero last year. Wo would this tribute may come I. u thn puoiican win ku kuc"u scalp diswill be a Democrat, Put ruff or any form of skin or minimize the work Kentucky not for one moment quickest and most economical for one of In ease, can find relief and be permanentof ministering to the unfortunate, but can give to many children. May we that your plpo and smoke it. ly cured by Zemo, a clean liquid foi we would magnify tho Importance of team tho value of the child and attain Secretary Willson, of tho Agricul- external use. All durggists sell ZEMC children, esgiving to all the State's such an altruistic vision that wo will tural Department, who has broken tho PENNY'S DRUG STORE. pecially to those possessed of all their not balk at an appropriation for Norfaculties, the very best that can possi- mal Schools or any other measure record for length of tlmo In a cabinet position, says it is not true that he will bly accrue to them. Sana mens In sano Trit McKlnnty Woolin Mills, which makes for tho improvement of rpqlfn Thu statement is superfluous. corporo is the highest aim. and we our citizenship. Cut down some appro- Nobody cver ht.nrd of a republican rft- McKlnniy, Ky. Bhouid not be loathe to make every propriations but never the school's part, signing ond very few die. Fatality vision possible in order that such perpeople who onamatnlininn(iniii1 It should dawn UDon the fn Dpmnrrntji n or sons may be more productive and useready Is are opposing advance measures and who de tQ R.V(J lhat grcat non.partisan( inenow In operation and l jnui. to erve puouc in maxiiiR citizens. Let our esteemed conful great practical Illunxets, Plminuli, Yarm, Ktc. Will either -- hanco call themselves "the Wni-ft,. - to show his nar- , temporary fight more for the good, and factors" that effective training in the uv.v work wool or eicbange gooilt lor It. High est market price lor wool. cultivate more flowers and pull fewer schools, by moro efficient teachers if tisanshlp in appointments. O. II.WKIC1IIT, l'ror. weeds. "Better to fight for the good Even honest old Ben Tillman has you please will save them from need of apthan to rail at the ill." We do not ! ratnrm nmi (mm thn different Eleemos been inoculated with the view, of prove of doing everything because our ynary institutions which tax the State. protection. He tried to get a duty of I desire to ell privately my farm of W sister States do, but considering the "List the ominous stern whisper of the' I0c a pound on tea because there are a acrei. in Lincoln cuuniy, swvrn mm--, nvm fact that many other States, more than Htnnford and two tulles from May wood, nn Delphic cave within. few raisers in his State of South Caro- - good road J. mile from pike. In good 40 in number are in the van, it most route and They enslave their children's children Una, but he got left. Bailey was the mil., frntti close to church, rural all VenTDro-Si.Minnl.hnHK.. Ijind us to lift the veil certainly behooves who make compromise with sin." . only democrat to come over to him and ductlve,5.'nrm'. grim. Imlance In from our eyes and let the brighter light These croakers are not compromising only 16 republicans lined up with him. nil under good fence. Comfortable all other boused tlx room.; now harnnnd water ana shino in. The educators and legislators outbidding. Abundance oi nne sin so much as they are seeking seeing that heroic measures were nec with When the republicans took the reins trull of theJTUV1N(WTON, place the fault of a depleted essary, yielded to their best judgment to 11. K. I). No. I. Htnnford, Ky. saurus at the door of educational ap- of the State Government 18 months and passed the measures so odious to propriations instead of some other leak ago, there were nearly $1,500,000 in tho the man who has not the perspective treasury. Now that's all gone and the in the State's funds. for ODtimistic vision. A reference to statement at the close of the fiscal year. the graded school proposition of Perry-vill- e ELECT U. S. SENATORS BY POP- - June 30, shows that there is a deficit of will convince one of the fallacious $194,800.21 ULAR VOTE. There is no telling what it arguments used to try to defeat the 188 acres, of which about l.io are Twenty-seve- n have through will be at the end of the four years. States purpose of the new law. Perryville their Legislatures declared in favor of The automobile saloon Is the latest. in grow, excellently improve!, nliun- can have a graded school and let ALL prolantlv supplied with uiitailiiii' water, The owner does a thriving business in 1 her revenue stay in her own town, an amendment to the constitution miles irom Lexington court-housof United States prohibition territory till discovered, which it is claimed she is sending away. viding for the election Senators by direct vote of the people. when he scoots to the next county, be- on Main pike. Immediate poucfrsion The enormous (?) levy of two cents necessary now to fore the constable can catch him. The made by her fiscal court will not pau- Only five States are SECURITY TRUST COMPANY, inhabitants of Boyle. It is propose an amendment which ought to fruitfulness of resource shown by those perize the Lexington, Ky. not the Normal school, nor the State be easily obtained under the prevailng who want to sell liquor would make in regard to the Senate, the them rich even In legitimate effort. University that is bankrupting the sentiment disreFINE FARM IN GARRARD C0Uri State, bui let us consider what other majority of which acts in utter The census shows that thero are gard of the people in favor of classes. expenses are being paid. There was TY FOR SALE I appropriated for a House of Refuge for If the present Senate is weeded out, more than ono woman for each man in procured the United States. Yet three men A fine tlue gran farm for nle Itualed on Criminal Youths, at Lexington, $225,- - and all the Senators who had nillei new pike near l'olnt Uavell and Would this sum be necessiary, their seats bv fraud excluded, there have been killed and one has suicided oiitfi of iJincaitcr. containing li acrei, u 003. 'tf being In were Kentucky's educational position would hardly be a corporal guard left. over a Missouri widow, whoso newspa- well locatedJiitui good neighborhood, band- Walker tract, wltlia hum .r tin. seven-rooreldence as it ought to be? There is every reason that the Senators per picture shows that she is not near tome new, as high up the scale by the people and worth while. t hereon, with all iiereuary outbuildings and i(W. Well wnteied. six Then there was a stupendous sum spent should be elected good, new born should neter fulling springs and creek running for military service, which failed to do none that we know of why they An exchange says that Speaker Can through. provides that good, in the futile pursuit of the nox- not. The constitution 'i rath In hand, bearingone per and if two years from day of sale, balance six and of the States acting togeth non is acainst woman suffrage ious night rider. May we ask whether cent Interest until inild. which, Senator Aldrich is of the same mind Persons looking for sueh place please write the N. R. was a product of the educat- er can propose amendments, W.O. Walkkii, Htaufurd. all time. or tee when submitted, requires the ratifica the question will be settled for ed class or not7 Do we yet see the s of the States ask As these two workers seem to decide need of heroic measures for more uni- tion of CT. REDUCTION, ing through their Legislatures or con all legislation, this appears to be the 10 PER versal training? considerably af ventions. The Senators, as a rule, are size of it. C. B. PRUITT, One more item that fected tho treasury is our splendid State violently opposed to the innovation, but will attempt toes-cap- e Moroland, Kentucky, Senator Aldrich Capitol, which with its equipment is tho House, we believe, has on more t. the consequences of his sins Korisodnys.ln order to clean up on Carpets, rated at a million plus. Lay not the than one occasion expressed itself in against thegrcatcommon people by flee- - Kle 10 Druggets, reduction, Hugs, Ktc. Will per llatesoiiierara favor of it. The will of the peoplo is ine to Eurooe on the adjournment of bargains incent, Bin of a treasury, with its bottom millinery. Home big bargains In close outs In wall nil lie r. Mce seiuctiou door of educational ap- often thwarted by the Legislatures in Congress. at the However, he may bo appre- of framed pictures. Now Is your time to buy propriations. Though said in a jocular the selection of United Senators and in hended and returned as a fugitive from seu a handsome mantle mirror,of uau ana rockers. them. Choice selection especially, we have to our way, there is a modicum of truth in she Kentucky, Hood line of beds, inetnl and wood, metal justice. and wood folding lwds, cribs, cots. mattressget the favor of our shame and sorrow on more than one ocstatement that to es, springs, counchei, t)aenports, chairs, Mr. Bryan favors the corporation suitcases, grips, trunks, extemdnn tables, nepotic friends you must locate same casion seen the most flagrant disregard cabinets, glass, tables, popular tax, which passed the Senate CO to 11, centredoors. Ac. medicine see us. Call and institution in their domain, whether it of party obligation and sash, stock Well The election of Senators but thinks it should be added to the Hervlcu equipped day. of funeral supplies. Academy or a State demand. be U. S. Military night or O. 11. rilUITT. Moreland, Ky. Normal Schooi. One more point, and by tho vote of the people is coming, Bailey income tax bill and that demopossicrats should favor all plans looking to that in regard to the value of the Nor- but it will be delayed as long as mal to the rural schools. More than ble by the millionaires of the Senate, the taxation of incomes. 2,000 teachers, nine tenths of them in who can buy the Legislatures, but not NEWS NOTES. rural districts, are being instructed in the majority of the great common peo their art, and these go back to our ple. The livery stables of Clyde Gaines children In their home districts the betMiller at Winchester In the nomination of candidates for to give of their replenish- municipal offices, the Louisville demo and Dr. Walsh ter prepared were burned, causing a $15,000 loss. We are glad to note ed storehouse. Wild West Show, crats seem to have put their best foot Cherokee that the head of Danville's own public forward and named a ticket that will which startedEd's Louisville two weeks at system Is not blinded to the good school reflect credit on the party and insure ago, stranded at Huntington, W. Va. of these Normal Schools as he is profitn election. Mr. W. O. Head, the nomi Asa Nutter, one of the ing by them. The object of these is to mayor, is a good business man men in Scott county, died of heart dis do a greater nee for enable the teacher to with a clean political record and the ease. He was sheriff for many years, amount of work and to do it satisfactoother nominees are all right. The com A Negro named Henry Isaacs was rily. We would respectfully suggest plete turning down of Charlton and found under the bed of a little girt at wholesome that more of Dr. Hinitt'a McNutt, bolters and traitors, shows an Moultrie, Ga., and was at once mob words be published. Look not upon awakening of the political conscience bed. everything as pernicious which does and augers a better day in the State's W. G. Park died at Irvine while his up-to-d- ate not give to self the supreme ad- metropolis. We hope and believe that family was away on a visit to Cincinvantage. Are the citizens of our neighticket will prove invincible. nati. boring county chafing under the onerous the Near Clarksville, Tenn., Charles Ataccording to yoke of giving $15,000, of the Socialist paper, kins shot and killed Joseph Swift be The proprietor their own statement to help raise Ken- Appeal to Reason, published at Glrard, stumps tucky from tho bondage of illiteracy? Kansas, was sentenced to six months cause the latter threw a lot of over the line fence on his farm. LowLook upon the matter more like In jail and fined $1,500 for violation of MAHOINY Relatives of Daniel G. Parr, who died ell in bis vision and work for interest the postal regulation In making a printago, are havToyour State and thus become a part ed offer of $1,000 to any one who would in Louisville some years of ing a copy of his will chiseled on his of it. while he was a monument in Cave Hill Cemetery. kidnap W. S. Taylor "Not what we give, bnt what we share f ugltivo from justice. The punishment for Bert Bowers, tho showman, without the giver, is bare, is out of all proportion to tho offenso. For the gift shooting whom John Maxoy, a Negro, Who gives himself with his alms feeds A fugitive from justice outcht not to be was lynched at Frankfort, has recovthree regarded with as much consideration as ered and been dismissed from tho hoshungering neighbor and Himself, his a stray cur. Certainly Taylor was de- pital. Me." serving of even less consideration. Willie Gill, aged eight years, of New. What would tho baby county oi our port, was overanxious to celebrate the private judicial district be without her TiiEKB are said to be 457 Federal li Would she not stand tn sore censes to sell whisky held in Knoxvllle, Fourth. A toy pistol exploded and the LchooU? high schools for which the new whl;h Is a prohibition city. If this is wound it made in his hand has developneed of law provides? With Junction City the true, it is another argument in favor of ed into lockjaw. The body of Mrs, Wllberge Smith, only school in her confines whose pu the passage of the of tho bill by Con-gr- e found by the road-4- 4 pits can now enter college, she would is prtMHted by Mr. Lasgley to pro- aged 82 years, was la Campbell county. The Cor certainly clamor for high schools. All hibit Hw NtrtfosMU go from countlM are not favored with a Central fcfwr Mimim to prrtlMUsn dis mmt'i vsfdiet was that shs died of etcetera. tricts Ulvf4ty,a CaUwaU The Interior Journal. NOTICEI tho FOOT WEAR Our specialty. We do not hesitate to say that we have for 20 years given you the best ' . n- Hintth-l'reiiile- r, ". d ...,.. ,...,... """" ""'7 e. -- r. j S5.U.",SeS F"' "" "" e that manufacturers produced. STYLE ALONE is defective. SERVICE ALONE will ..... n. .; notldo, but combine Beauty and Service and we have a perfect garment and this we find morelprominent in the following lines: The "WALKOVER" retailing at $3.50, $4 and $5 for men. "MENZIES," the Best and Softest and Most Pleasant every day Shoe you ever I Small Farm For Sale saw, neigh-Vnrbcx- cultl-xntlo- $3 and $3.50. Now see these goods and you will agree that we have not made it too strong. i FARM FOR SME! H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. e Prescription Pointers ! two-tor- y two-thir- Tek. three-fourth- It is customary for every druggist to claim to be "best" in prescription work. Good claim but we can't all be best. This store claims ability, capability, facility and a complete stock of drugs. We have the goods, the equipment, the 8 m ' A V7 4. Mat-ttlig- PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. Dtf-- y I Viy44-U9W9y4n-VtVV- W V&'U Dinwiddie & ft Co., best-know- Ladies' Tan Oxfords 1 ,N '.4 Hustonville, Ky. A ' V Undertakers and Embalmers. We car ry an of goods. line Were $2.00, Now $1.60. OUR i INSURANCE. W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard Insures Tobacco, R. B. LAWN bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm RUG vHWt Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life.LiveStock.Health and Accident, Plate Glass, Surety on Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without H 1 8 I j 8 M is n less expensive nmi better fenco than wood. Moro ornamental, iluru bio and n timo paver as you need no raw, hammer ami nails to keep it in repair. Cull at our store, see tho beautiful abrio ami gates and let us show you tho low prices ou a good fenco job. t&. Cttc GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. KT"l"J,'jrf?;"W, -- - vtair"-j- -- 't' 3 The Interior Journal.. BrANFOHD, Kt., - Juw water 0. 1WM) Ice cream ioJ Drug Store. t Penny's Mr. M. A. PERSONALS. Johnson spent Sunday nt Uardstown. W. W. SAUNDEns spent several dayi In Louisville. Thomas I'liiixirs spent Sunday In Hooslrr State. Louls-Vlll- o A. M. Wamien was up from yesterday. Mr. J. H. 1'AXTON was In Lancaster on business Friday. Mrs. Frank Leb returned to Saturday. PemiIN and Sam Spoonamoro arc in Anderson, Ind. Mnsn Tanner and family, of Somer set, visited relatives heru. Miss Uetiig KvaNS, of Shclbyvllle, la vIiltlnR Mrs. GeorRo I'. UrlRht. Mr. W. M. Drown, of Wayne, was with tlio family of Mr. J. D. F.ads. W. K. Warner has been dolntc somo plumblnjr for Crab Orchard people. Miss Ellen UalloU left Saturday tn vl.lt friends at Clifton Force, Va. Miqk l.ircii.t: Cooi'ER spent several days with Mrs. Phelps Cobb in Doyle. Mi.s. w. W. Walter, of KinKsville, burint of Mrs. Cicero .Momlm! tli KnvnnltU. Mnc a M. Sales, of Louisville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Sam Levltan, at Danville. Mrs. U. L. McKechnib, of Tampa, Hub-til- n Fla., is visltinc tho homefolks at and vicinity. Mrs. W. II. Wearen and children health-clvimwaters r- - .irinklnir the Crab Orchard. at Mrs. Jones Daughman, wlfo and ba by, of Morcland, visited relatives here Saturday and bunUay. IIUSTONVILLE and Danville friends of MATRIMONIAL. Howard Camnltt presented him with a Walker Scott and Miss Sarah Wren handsome watch and chain just after A relief from tho torrid weather were married at W. S. Wren's on the came Saturday night and Sunday and the gamo at Cincinnati Sunday. . fourth. yesterday were delightful days. We havo just employed an expert J. R. Leigh, a widower, and Mrs. Noplumber and tinner from tho city and ra Gentry, a widow, were mado ono at AN Old Fiddlers' Contest will bo held Saturday. at Walton's Opera House ono night congratulate ourselves that we have the court-housMiss Sarah Klnnalrd, of Danville, during tho Stnnford fair, most proba- two of the best workmen in the State. Wo guarantco our work. W. K. War- and Oscar F. Wlllson, of Rockford, III., bly on Thursday, 22nd. " were made ono on tho 2nd. efii depot and St. ner. . Lost, between tho Miss Mary Henderson Worthlngton, We desire to thank from tho depths Asaph liotcl on Monday a bill book con- of grateful hearts all those who helped of Danville, and John Jewell, of Lextaining $10 and an annual pass over tho us by word or deed during tho Illness ington, will be married Sept 15. L. & N. Reward. Return to St. Asaph and death of our County Attorney Sam D. Lowls of wife and mother. May Hotel. they bo rewarded in tho life to come. Rockcastlo and Miss Maytio Weber, of Knoxville, will bo married this month. There will be an Ico cream supper at Cicero Reynolds and children. W. N. Ellspcrman, of Evansville, the Christian church at Hubble on The famous Atlanta optician, Hnwke, Saturday night next, 10th. Tho pro- will be in Crab Orchard at Lyno Dros.' Ind., wants a divorce because his wife spends too much of his money for soda ceeds will go to repairing tho church Drug Store two days, Wednesday and water. building. Thursday, July 14th and 15th. Eye- Try our N. 0 Molasses. W. II. Hlg- - Bins. . PUBLIC BENEFIT SALE! Of Hfgh Grade Summer Merchandise, Liberally Under Cut for JO Days, Beginning o Saturday, July 3, '09. Owinif n tlin mnliminl wfl wrnllipr. which lifts to FOrrlC CXlcnt made btlS- to lwgin our Annual Clcnranco Sale earlincM a little plow, we have ier than usual. Wo lo not handle cheap, ehoildy goods. Wc enrry the bed and our prices arc always right. It would be impwiblc to fully tloKiribe every article, but will wty a very low price haslieen put upon every piece of merchandise in our ectablihmcnt. This h the beet opportunity you will ever cttilf. This is nil new and lrnvo to SAVE MONEY. ... 1! Lloyd sight tested free and glasses sold at a reasonable prlco. This la a good opportunity to meet this practical optician. Remember tho dates and place. . to call on thorn who owe him. There aro between 75 and 100 guests Some of the Summer resort owners at Crab Orchard Springs and it is about ore revising tho order of things by tho jolliest crowd you ever saw. A Retting burned out beforo tho ncason good orchestra has arrived for the sea Those owing Dr. L D. Cook will greatly oblige him by calling nnd settling with Mr.John II. Shanks at as early n date as possible. Tho doctor Is too ill commences. Tho conflagration ordinarily comes after a season of financial HUSTONVILLE. for business in the Newton building. Am replenishing my stock, and will appreciate a continuance of tho patronage you have given me In past. Havo some goods with package soiled, but contents as good as ever, I am open HOSIERY. In all Colors, Cotton, Lisle, Lace, &C. 50c Hose for 39c. 25c Hose for 19c. 15c Hose for 12c. 10c Hose for 8c. failure. Are you boosting the Lincoln County Fair which will be pulled off at Stanford on July 21, 22, 23? If you are not IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. you should get busy nt once. T'wlll be A. W. Darker, aged 81, is dead at tho biggest and best fair held In this Danville. section in years. Mrs. Fannie Frazier, aged 80 years, To Mammoth Cave. Lincoln county excursion to Mammoth Cave July 20th, This includes only $9 85 the round-trip- . railroad fare, board at tho hotel and admission to the several routes of the cave, going on regular train. Same rate applies from all stations in the county. Via Lebanon Junction. Ono night for promenado and dance. See L. & N. agent. TilK Casey County Medical Society will hold memorial services at the grave of Dr. Joshua Taylor Wesley at at 10 A. M. Thursday, July Sth. Several short addresses will bo made on tho life of Dr. Wesley, the ideal man, physician, Mason and christian. Tho medical profession and his numerous friends and former patients nre cordially invited to be present nnd bring (lowers to decorate tho grave. Odd Fellows at Crab Orchard elected the followInR officers for the ensuing term: Morris M. Perkins, N. G.; W. G. Fletcher. V. G.; II. L. Wells. Secretary; J. T. Chadwlck, Treasurer; Sam Tilfrey, Host. Past Grand Geo. D. Lyne captured tho "Three Link" gold pin, special prize offered by Noble Grand Jones for getting more new members during the past current term, which by tho way has been tho most successful ono in every way in Its his- which you enn buy cheap. Kindly come son and dancing Is enjoyed each even- in and settle your account. I need moning. Tho table is all tho most fastid- ey. C. W. Adams. ious could wish. Spend a few weeks at A Night RIdor'sRaid. this grand old summer resort nnd you Tho worst night riders aro calomel, will feel much the better by it. DRESS GOODS. Panamas, hairs, &c, at cost and less than cost. An elecrant line of Voiles. Mo- - i : died at Lawrenceburg. The Q. & C. will build an $18,000 building at Danville. The Btandlng army of the United Squire W. B. Johnson, a prominent States is to be increased 1,000 men. Laurel county citizen, is dead. J. J. Frazure, one of Pulaski's oldest and best citizens, died Thursday. Joe A. Fox, tho Somerset builder and contractor, is dead after n long illness. Voter In unci Manufacturer of, Lancaster defeated Darbourville 5 to 3 at base ball on the former's grounds Marblo and Cranito Monu of-tl- co croton oil or aloes pills. They raid your bed to rob you of rest. Not so with Dr. King's New Life Pills. They never distress or Inconvenience, but always cleanso the system, curing Colds, Headache, Constipation and Malaria, 25c at Penny's Drug Store. Embroidery and Hamburg. choice 9c a yard. A big line. Values from 15c to 25c. Your LAWNS. In all Colors, Patterns, &c. Values from 5c to 50c. Sale price from 4c to 39c. Harry Jacobs, 1 LADIES' SKIRTS. In Voiles, Panamas, &c, all colors and latest styles. 25 Per Cent. Off. Misses Mary and Mallie Huiiraud, of Madlion. spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Farmer. Mrs. Catherine McClary and Miss Addle McClary aro visitine Mrs. W. A. Yeaecr at Fork Itidee, Tenn. , who has acood jKisltion Lee in LexinRton, is spending a few days with his parents and friends here. Mo r.rnur.F. I.. CAM'ENTEK. of tho West End, Is erowlm: cradually weaker and It is featcd that ho can not last Kur-LEY- Friday. Speed Mason, charged with killing L. D. Nuckols in Garrard, was uc quitted. William Sparks, charged with killing Jo Jake Collins in Madison county, was held without bail. At Lancaster, Alex, Wadkins, color ed, shot and dangerously wounded his wife, Mabel Wadkins, in the head as the result of a family quarrel. William Lickliter was killed by lightning near Buffalo, Whitley county, during a thunderstorm. He was riding a mute, and it was also killed, Thatcher & Waddlo hove the Gem Opera House at Somerset to Lou Leslie, of Louisville, for the Summer, and will open up a moving picture show. A team of mules, hitched to a wagon, ran away with Gabriel Elkin Tuesday. He was thrown from the wagon Lanand his collar bone was broken. caster Record. The Mlddleburg Deposit Bank declared a dividend of 7 per cent. W. H. McClure was elected president of that institution in the place of Dr. J. T. Wesley, deceased. Dr. Hugh K. Manning is dead at Manchester of Dright's disease. Ha in Lincoln county, havwas ing visited his relative, Mrs. John D. sub-lease- d well-know- n In Patents, Ox Bloods.Tans, Vicis, &c. slipper, special, $2.69. $3 slipper slipper $1.98. $1.50 slipper MILL FOR RENT! $2.50 slipper $1.05. 20 per cent, off $1.25 Children's Slippers. Marker nnd l'osts, Ometery nrul Lnwn Olllcw ami works, Vntetnnit Ky. y, monts, OXFORDS $2.29. $3j50 $1.19. on all The Owing to nnd wanting to lie nwiiy from home tome till milliner. I have decided to rent my Hlx Hler Holler Mllli, drleii l.y water mid tttiini power, (iood location. Mill In condition. V. H.TKAYI.UK, K. K. I). No. i, Htnnfonl, Ky. flrst-clni. LACES. &c, at greatly reduced prices. An elegant line in Linens, Vals, Torschons, long. Itowan Webb, of Knoxville, aro with her parents. Judge and Mrs. M. C Saufley. bm-br- y Messrs. John O. Keid. Will S. and John II. Shanks went to Louisand Frankfort in tho ville, MRS. A. K. HANEY, of CovinRton. and Mr. Isham Coulter, of Parksville, attended tho burial of their sister, Mrs. Cicero Reynolds. Mrs. J. E. ClaUNCH, of Somerset,, and Mrs. John G. Lynn, of Huston-villearo Ruests of Mr. and Mrs. W. LoRan Wood. -- Advocate. Messrs. G. L. Penny. John N. Mcncfce. Jr., T. II. Shanks and J. 0. Held attended tho ball Ramo at Win- MRS. T. S. Weiiii and sons, Shap and Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns. TABLE LINENS. Values 50c to $1.00. Sale price 39c to 89c. Nothing But Insuranco. Jesse D. The Insurance Man. Wearen, S4; Office, K). Linen Wash Suits In all colors and styles. Values $8 to $12.50. Sale price from $5 to $7.50. former's auto. STANFORD, KY. Keildence Phone tory. Insure ivith mo nnd be fully protected. Condition ol The HERE is a chance to make money. Do you want one of the most beautiful and one of tho very best pianos ever ship ped to Lincoln county? List pricoJCW. Will sell for less than one half. My daughter is going to the Scarrltt Dible Training School In September, there fore I will have no use for It and 1 yesterday afternoon. chester The piano was L. HtnuiLE, who has must have money. SENATOR It. been In Cincinnati for past two months shipped direct from factory n little ovwith His uauRnicr, um er one year ago. It is the same as a who had typhoid fevcrand appendicitis. brand new Epworth Piano, tho best was able to urinR ner nomo m.v week. mado. Come to the Methodist parsonage and examine for yourself. T. W. LOCALS. Darker. LiniiEY cut Rlass at Mueller's. National Bank of Huslonville At the dote ol business June 30, 1909. $1 .OO $2 Corset for $1.69. $1.50 Corset for $1.39. Corset for 89c. 50c Corset for 39c. CORSETS. American Beauty and Warner's Rust Proof. Best Corsets made. $3.50 Corset for $2.98. RESOURCES: Dill. $123,999 06 961 SILKS. 68 i' ' J ping Springs, is now open for guests with Mr. Spears Fisher and his excellent wlfo in charge. The writer spent Sunday at Dripping and was one of 25 or 30 who got a splendid dinner. Chickens are abundant In that section and Mrs. F. can beat tho world frying them. & A good garden furnishes lots of vegetClothes French cleaned. Cook ables for tho table whilo old hams by Farmer. the dozon are in easy reach. If you Try somo of Wilkinson & Singleton's want health, flesh and happiness go to Dividend, 5 per cent. $2,500 00 country killed beef, pork and mutton. Dripping. The atablo Is under thecaro Expenses and taxes paid 1,910 01 Here and There. of Mr. Sam Rothwell, who will see that Leaves undivided profits 537 00 The C W. B. M. will meet with your horse gets all tho corn, Ashland went dry at mldnightThurs-diy- . $4,947 00 oats and Mrs. W. G. Withers at 2:30 Wednesday hay ho can eat. J. W. HOCKER. Cashier. afternoon. George Fuller, wife and three chil, in Reynolds. A good wife and moth dren were drowned at Fort Collins, Report of the Condition of Taxes. The tax books for 1909 are er passed into the great beyond when Col., while trying to rescue bis little now ready. Coma in and Ret your re Mrs. Cicero Reynolds breathed her last daughter. McKlNNEY DEPOSIT BANK ceipt. T. J. Hi", sheriff. at 8:30 oclock Friday evening. Dright's Citizens of the United States bought At the Close of Business Juae 30, '09. GOOD shows at the Theatorlum each disease brought about tho end. She $10,000,000 more in diamonds and other night Change of program Monday, and her husband drove to Frankfort to precious stones during the fiscal year Wednesday and Friday evenings. visit their daughter somo weeks ago of 1909 than the year previous. RESOURCES. and on their return sho took her bed It is estimated that 15,000 people will Loans and discounts As usual Mrs. James II. Eads was and had since been 111. Deceased was $32,893 30 attend the International Christian Enthe first to deliver roasting ears to our Miss Nannie 125 60 Flint and she was deavor convention, which will be held Overdrafts lot merchants. She sent in a splendid Due from banks 6.539 59 born In the Southern end of Lincoln in St. Paul July 7 to 12, Inclusive. Saturday. Cash 3.651 69 county CI years ago. Some 43 years Arthur G. Langhan, in and fixtures 2.081 00 The Ladies' Aid Society of the Chris- ago sho was married to the man who la surance man of Louisville, died during Furniture Banking house and lot 2.599 00 church will meet In the lecture now bowed down with grief and the an operation for injuries received by a tian room of tho church at 2:20 Saturday union was a most happy ono. Sho had cannon cracker exploding In his hand. Hand-Ma- de $47,690 18 been a consistent and consecrated mem The owners of the Evanavllle street afternoon. LIABILITIES. ber of the Baptist church slnco 1871. railway system have declined to con $15,000 00 The ladles of the Christian church of Besides tho husband four childre- n- sider the propositions of the striking Capital Kingavillo will give an Ice cream sup- Messrs. Ex and Edgar Reynolds and 1.500 00 carmen and there is no prospect of an Surplus per Saturday night, 10th, for tho bene-t- it Mosdames A. P. Hunn, of this placo, early settlement of tho Undivided profits II 24 strike deposits 29.378 94 of tho church. and A. C. LeCompte, of Frankfort At Big Stone Gap, Va., P. S. Cox's Individual Thero aro plenty cheaper huggiea but there aro none better, lluggy . to mourn the loss of tho kind fcot caught in the, ropes of a balloon s Foit Sale. Now flvo room cottage; aro left work, 810; pluietons,, 812; bitrreys, 811 ami up, accordpainting, $47,690 18 and indulgent mother. May the just as It was ascending and ho was lot contains ono aero, located In Crab wife ing to the siio. Per set, bugs steel tires, best rjuality, nt 83.50. Uuggy Giver of all good and perfects gifts carried 35 feet In midair. He fell on Cross earnings 6 months ending Orchard. For prlca aud terms wrlta and lelined $1.323 00 tons Iune30lh in 30 ounce rubber at 88. Buggies give them strength to bear their Ir- his shoulder, perhaps fatally Injuring Maurice M. Perkins, Crab Orchard, Disposed ol as follows: reparable losa. At 4 o'clock Saturday him. in leather aud rcliued ior 82f. Rubber tires, 810. Buggies ut Ky. $661 76 afternoon Dr. William Shelton and . Eight men were shot, one perhaps Current expenses tho best on the market and tho lowest prices, Goodyear aud Kelley, at Dividend No. 7, 3 per ct. 450 50 We desire to express our thanks to Rev. J. Murray Taylor conducted funer fatally. In a shooting affray at lone, Best Goodrich at 810. We solicit your trade, Six 200 00 the people of Rowland for the kind-b- al services at the home, after which Ore. been of the men are alleged to Surplus wounded by T. G. Earhart, Undivided Profits II 24 rasny sorrowing frieooja followed the haveto be an shown us In our daughter' ill aid who was and $1323 00 asd death. Msy the Loni blew ttma. rMuuM to their last resting place fa, surrounded by a Sheriff's peM and 4jsasjtsjiy BmsTaW fiwily. CwmlMjr ally eamured. R.RM6TCALF.C-- W. Mr. Mm TT Only the banks and postolllce observ-e- d tho Rlorions 4th. Weddino and RraduatinR presents of quality at Mueller's. f1 New wash suits, new wash coats and wash skirts. Severance & Son. That delightful summer resort, Drip- 12.500 00 Carpenter, frequently. 2.900 00 Tho banquet given In Stanford last Banting home ind futures 55.151 38 week by tho members of the Bible Due from Unit and caiti 625 00 class taught by Eld. D. M. Walker, Due (rom U. S. treasurer was a success In every particular, noth $196,137 12 ing being left undone for tho pleasure LIABILITIES: CALICO 4?c YARD SPECIAL SATURDAY FROM 7 TO 0 A. M. of the many invited guests. Lancas Capital stock $50,000 00 This is strictly a CASH proposition. You can not afford to miss this sale. Surplui ter Record. 17.000 00 Greatest llargains ever olleretl in Stanford, Ky. A sufficient stock has been taken Circulation 10.900 00 to insure a fair here this year. The Undivided profits 537 00 fair association has leased land from Individual depotitt 117.700 12 J. R. Whipp and the fair will be held $196,137 12 in the Eait edgo of town. It is the in OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, tention of holding a first class fair, and Giow earningi this six months $4,415 33 great preparations will bo made to take Left over latt six months 531 68 KENTUCKY. STANFORD, care of the people. The date will like$4,947 01 ly be tho last week in August. Get DISPOSED OF AS FOLLOWS: ready to come. Liberty News. Ovtrdt.ru U. S. Bond, Beautiful Patterns in all colors for evening dress and street wear. This season's goods. 20 Per Cent. Off. Also a lot of other Bargains too numerous to mention in Notions, Staples, &c. Hughes, flartin & Co,, - Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of ' COUNTRY PRODUCE in Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. Buggies. well-know- n Use Arnold's iirst-cla-- ... $1-1- m ad IT. M. ii,. ARNOLD. DANVILLE, KY. s FARMER'S D1PARTMKWT. For Sale, six Southdown bucks. J. C. Lynn, Stanford. Jttlerrtindu PoOfficU Stanford at Embry Bros.' Bold Hazard ran Cth wwrf-clmatter. at Latonia Friday. For Sale. 10 or 50 barrels of corn. N.TI7-TETHBL- E J. B. Foster, Stanford. Dr. Waldo Br Irks, selling at 200 to 1, No.Jl,Houth,ll:Mr.t.m, won a race at Latonia last week. No.w,Houtli,ll:itl a M. No.il, North, 4MU A. K. The first load of the 1909 crop of No. . North, 5: P. No.T7, 10:47 A. M. wheat In Hopkins county sold at $1. No. ss.JiWr. M. For Sale. 23,000 oak tobacco sticks. E. G. Baugh, Waynesburg, K. F. D JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. The Interior Journal. w This and That. Walter King, cashier of the branch bank of the Waggoner Bank and Trust Company, of Fort Worth, Tex., which was robbed of $9,100 by a lono robber several weeks ago, according to the statement of King, was indicted for embezzlement. The cases of the eight night riders, six of whom wcro under tho death charged with tho murder of Captain Qucntin Rankin, near Rcelfoot lake, October 19, last, wcro reversed by the Supremo Court of Tenncssco and remanded for new trials. A reorganization of the American college, so that the chief aim should bo not so much instruction as to Impart tho "spirit of learning" was advocated of by President Woodrow Wilson, Princeton University, in his Phi Beta Kappa oration at Harvard University. The body, supposed at first to be that of a Chinaman, which was found in tho Hudson River, was not that of Leon Ling, who is charged with tho murder of Elsio Sigel. After an autopsy Dr. Thomas Curtin, Coroner's physician, declared tho body was that of a white boy not more than 1G years old. L. sen-tinc- c, FOR SALE1 Jnn, No. 1. J. II. Baughman & Co. are receiving considerable new wheat for which they Rear Admiral Potter became chief of the Bureau of Navigation, succeeding Rear Admiral Plllebury. retired. The wall of a lock under construe tlon at Newport, Monmouthshire, England, gave way, burying a party of workmen under it. Fully 20 men wero killed and others seriously Injured. Gov. Hughes, of New York, has ap proved the requisition papers of Gov, Hadley, of Missouri, for tho return to St. Louis of Broughton Brandenburg, the writer, on a chargo of enticing his stepson from his homo. POLITICAL. Judge W. R. Cress, of Montlccllo, Is to make tho race for Commonwealth's attorney against Judge Jams. In tho presence of tho new Director of tho Census, F. Dana Durand, Prcs ident Taf t signed the bill providing for the taking of tho thirteenth decennial census. n I HBlm 'IPTlVlmPTm iv vKSU D Vu For Sale. Pure bred Shropshire yearling and lamb rams. E. G. Bick of 4t ley, Stanford, Ky. Phone SG 1. Tho Georgetown Times says that the rains have damaged the wheat to such I deilre to noil privately my itock o( Hardware. Doing n good bul-Ji- extent that some fields aro not worth AV1U Invoice about liOO, Kenton cutting. 1U health. CIKO. 1). HOPPKILHtniiford, Ky, A. T. Traylor & Son havo placed their stallion, Stonewall Jackson, in J. A. Walter's hands to bo handled for the fair. W. K. Vanderbilt heads the list of Surgeon Dentist, winners on the French turf since the KENTUCKY. season opened on March 12 last, his STANFORD, Office over McRoberU' Drug Store in horses having won $100,400 up to June 30. the Owsley Building. The condition of the cotton crop in the United States averaged 74 6 per Eczema is Curable cent, of normal one on June 25 last, ZEMO, a elentlflc preparation fot accordinga to the report of the Departexternal use. Stopt itching instantly mai destroys the germs that cause skin ment of Agriculture. is iaeases. Eczema quickly yields and Louisville sent out 32 double decks of permanently cured by this remarkable e. lambs to Chicago oackera in ono day for sam-pjaedjeine. All Druggists. Write E.W.Rose Med. Co., St.Louis.Mo. some time ago. Un that day there were more lambs in Louisvillo than in Peony's Drug Store. Chicago, St. Louis and, Cincinnati com Iirgonnd mnll whont.com nnct tohncco arc paying $1.05. level, rich nml frru fromitono. I nru Will trade coal by the article ncct nml burnt, kikmI rnllroiul cnnnvc to ICO nn hay or any kind of feed. tlooi. On orfer n ImrKiiln nt ere Longtime payments. Feed Co., London. Iir.AKI.KY. Howling Orren, Ky. i I'll 'wwm 0i iltSil lr I ll vllkJ hi- - fWEJ &w J for Write Laurel car-loa- d Stock for Sale. Merchandise r. inn't Iw anrn you're getting at a restaurant. rowcii res, you can. tTntttnll Vftii Howell-H- ow Powell-Order whnt i Wit Mr til i Mm 17 'n If Vli lii) v Is that? and you'll get A. S. PRICE, hash, ml i ll rJsm 3L Jar W sV 4flBsT fiaSSP 1 1 il WWu V3 ' 'a i everything. cmnTjxtfyimTHES Our line of Men's, Roys' and Children's Clothing is more complcto than ever bctorc. Come to ce them before buying elsewhere. i summer ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD. KY. When Ordering Clothes price business suit or the tlnett evening clothe,, will hnve tlint Individuality and nt hlch plainly Indtrnte they were made to your measure. 1 wtllnlio tnk jour mentor for extra troutert, fancy est, top roatt and overcoats. Bprlng and Hummer ample, on hand rendy for jour Inspection. H.O. RUPLKY.TheTnllor, Stanford, Ky. Hare your meiuure tnken by n tnllor of ex pertence. Thenyourclothet.whethern lo bined. The State Racing Commission re fused to grant racing dates to the Pa- ducah Jockey Club for a race meeting track at to be held on the half-mil- e Paducah. The Jockey Club asked for 21 days' racing, beginning on July 17. denied the request be cause they wanted to use bookmakers. s uigs We have added to our stock a new line of COOKING RANGES, N Itching Skin Diseases A liquid lor external use. Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form sf Itching, Skirr or Scalp disease. All Druggists. Write for sample, fc. w, tose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. DRUG STORE. CL L PENNY'S Are readily cured by Zemo. MIDDLEBURG. Marion Sweeney lost a fine mare from over heat while plowing Thursday. J. P. Wells also lost one from the same cause some days since. The infant son of Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Creech fell out of its carriage Tuesday and broke its jawbone. The doctor re duced 4he fracture and the little fellow is getting along all right at this writing. The educational rally at Liberty Wednesday was said to have been quite a failure as to number. Only a few of the most enthusiastic teachers put in appearance. The crowd Is said to have been made up principally of people from this section and there were not a great many from here. Farmers were too busy with their crops, and getting Monarch Shirts with ail the latest improvements. The Mystic Steel Range and the Ruby Cast Range. We ask you to call and see them. FARM FOR SALE m I The farm of IK) acres, of good blue grnst Inud, llng one mile North of McKtnney.on the Htnnfonl pike. Improvements nnd leucine good; plenty of water nnd fruit. Alto 123 ncrea of timbered land one tulle Xastot McKlnney ; half under fence; plenty l water nnd good tobacco land, see grow , nan ... .1. nlt'l'VU r.r-W JH(VIV)i McKlnney, Ky, , A W. H. HICCINS, Stanford, Kentucky. h". CUT FLOWEHSjFOR SALE! Linen Collars. WkV J I I can furnish the publlcwlth the best, as well at the freshest of cut lion ers, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted doners, on short aotlce. Also make a specialty of wreaths lor jor luiierni purposes. In connection with the above. I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable oHIUHTMANmiKEN HOUSES. En lliuiHAHn. 1'non. Stanford, Ky ifc lHJZi& VwWF.1 nuvl ready for circuit court, to give any attention to educational matters, how ever important they may be. W. T. Dye was called to Liberty Tuesday to see his father, Dr, I. C Dye, who has been quite sick. Misses Lula and Nannie Adams, Mary Bryant Bettie Royalty, Annie Sharp, Bessie , GUARANTEED HOSIERY f I have received n car of OLD HICKORY WAGONS, tho l.es wagon on the market for the money. See them Itefore Inlying, as there has beon a great improvement in their eouctructioti. m.!1 .WM tiT mmm U 3Fralhtrs, Tallow, Eccsivai, Ciastnc, v.o.n-iKI, ( IdlawKcotl. etc. We are uia enc. Arui ra ... iwf fln ... .v. jvu C - KIDESFURS .- - fc'jji. Inference, any Dark in Lcuuville. v ue lor weexly pri;e list asu sh'p. WefurouIiHObl bajslree. '. iirn tn.r.h,.,. .rln... K.SABEL&SOKS, TABUHED IN Lawhorn and Willie Koglo and Laura Lee nnd Jason Coffey attended the educational rally at Liberty Wednesday. Mrs. William Sweeny returned from Louisville Thursday. Miss Lillie spent several days in Louisville last week attending the commencement exercises of Medical College. Mes-dam- in New colors. tfHt-M-f--Mf-f jut IBSS 23 E. Market S. LOUISVILLE. KY. J,L.Beazley&Co., BSJBittlTJtyrlEtfiaMiStVNi SSSTSmmmmHrBHSi? bbbH Undertakers and Embalm n. Abo Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rug. They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right STFOttD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, memory of our humble servant, Geo. Caldwell, who met with a most tragic death in a pond near Lancaster. Beneath the deep, blue waters his soul took its flight to a watery grave to rest In peace for ever. George was an honorable and a well respected colored boy and number ed his friends by tho scores, both black and white. He was with us for six years, as our servant, and we knew him well. He was perfectly moral and temperate in his habits and always wore a Bmile and had a good word for every one. George was true and hon est and always found at his post of duty. The good features of our humble and noble servant can never be blotted from our memories. We miss him. He has passed into tho far beyond to never return again. George is resting peaceW. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, fully and still smiles with a true soul S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT J- - W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. In peace. John Lutes and J. B. PAXTON, with his God H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. Fred Warren, business manager of DIREOTORSt the Appeal to Reason, a socialist paper published at GIrard, Kan., was sen- J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. V. Carter, Stauford John li. FoBter, Stauford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Run-kitenced to six months in jail and a fino Laneastcr; J. 11. Paxton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, of $1,500 by Judge Pollock In the Fed Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. eral Court. Several weeks ago Warren H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn was arrested for alleged violation of Goocli, Gilberts Creek. the postal regulations In sending through the mails a printed olTer of a reward of $1,000 to any one who would kidnap William S. Taylor and deliver him to the ofllcers of that State. MR. FARMER: Mako your home as modern for your family as To a Watery Grave. In Cummins & Wearen, E. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Of Stanford, Kentucky. T. PENCE, STANFORD. KY. MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, SEI. Cbc Lincoln County national Bank Capital, Surplus, Resources, Hustonville, Ky., $5O,O0O.00 Invites you to the largest MILLINERY 4O.000.O0 LECTION we have ever shown. I V 340,000.00 fa-nil- Styles up to tho minute. Prices beyond competition. Wo also stato that our Spring Lino is now complete. To nave money, come uud sco and be convinced. Our Spring Lino of Shoes for Ladies, Misses uud Children nud our lino of Gent's Shoen will certainly please. Hunan nnd Walkover lines aro hummers nnd nro strictly reliable. Yours fur an honest deal, Ciiakli: Wiu:ni.Kit. JFirst Tfational 'Stanford, Jfcy. Orsaniud. 1332. Capital Sttik, Surplus and &WViW Profit. S&anJcy SSO. RURAL TELEPHONES. 000. S3,000. It' Vntfcrtaker. Embalmer ard tor In HarnM. Saddlery, STANFORD, Bm KY- 0. faoae, 1ST. Uaat fhoc a city Jlfas paid in 'Dividends slnot Organization, $21, 500, residence, and place yourself in a position to get thn lutcst market quotations at uuy time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, Snult 9?tu jfoeounts on Our Ttytrtt which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received. Cull or address our ueareot oflico or writo direct to OFFICER. DIRECTOR, headquarters, Nashville, Teuu., for information regarding our special "Fnr-me- I. S. Hocker, President;, J. H. Bsugbraan. f . Held, Lino" rate. If you are not at present eujoyiug telephone, service, wo M D. Elmore, J. M. Pettus, S. T. Harris, appoint the executive committee until can immediately interest you. Our linen cover the States of Kentucky, II. C, Baughman, . F. Curamlos, John . McRoberU, Cashier; S. T. Harris, he confers with Col. W. B. Haldemaa, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana ami no, 0. Roblnsoa, EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. II. C. Baugbraan, Asst. Caih'r W. U. OBinnon whom b will ask to accept the chair- Illiuols. . S. Hocktr, (iNCoartuATan) manship of the committee. W. W .Saunders, Bookkeeper, C. . Tats. . T. C. Underwood, of Hopkinsvlllo, was elected president, of the Kentucky Press Association; A. D. Miller, of Richmond, vice president, and Dan Bowmar, of Versailles, secretary. President Underwood said he would not f : ' H