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The Stanford interior journal: June 16, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911061601_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: June 16, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "l"NlMIMMHI wpfljftv if VOLUME XXXVIII. The STANFORb Interior Journal. NO. 47. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1911. EVERY TUESDAY. AND FRIDAY. BIG MASONS TO BE Splendid Meeting In Progress Heat Hatched Eggs Suicide Attempted PREACIIERSVILLE BUYS A LINCOLN 1 circulation I'rem on U. 8. honds . . Hanking house, Furultuic nnd fixtures Due, from Natlona' bank'i i not reserve, agents) ,. approved refrom Due serve ngents Chocks- - nnd other ensh Notes or Hank Items .. . 8TANFORD HAS REV. PROOF "HAT LARGE CROWDS HEAR HAD SOME WARM WEATHER JOHNSON AT METHODIST AND GRAND GRAND DtPUTY CHURCH Dr. .1 W llryniit, of the New Stan-lorMASTERS TO DELIVER ADDrug I'otnpnny. believes thatt FOR DRESSESPLANS Tlio meeting nt the Methodlbl thy recent hot spell was the wnrmeHt cvci known In this section of tho ENTERTAINMENT rhurch linn started well, the evang- country lie Imd vMhle elist, Iter Andrew Johnson In giving was slight y above InMrut that th0 Tip Mninnlr Festival In celobra. addresses thatIn Interest nnd Sunday normal weather On Sunday be hnd a hen Increasing, and Interest In (Ion of HI John's day, to bo held night tho services were held In the to hntch all of n setting of eggs exSinnfoii), June 24, will bo attended I'niiithntisp, all thu churches, of the cept tliTeo. The hen with her young was taken the the Methodist, bwid nnd three off earl) In eggsmorn nnil ndreed by tlio (Irand Master town uniting with In r;, left unhnlchcd nnd the cnpnrlnus temple of Jiutl'v In and by the Deputy (Irand Mauler of could nest, It being supposed thnt thc not contain the audience The they were rotten. I.ato celIho Slate of Kentucky Maonlc thnt nflornoon Cnllls and Mrs. ebrations of th snnio kind will, on singing of Her. 0. It. very attractive somcon,. happened to go to tho hen- Kcnturky. Andrew Johnson Is linitnn nnil vlnnnln. llm th.it dar, b(. held nil over day at the abandoned lltwin wns amnsedInti find tint tint prcnenco of these two chlct Services are held every n. to nest. in., .mil make the cele- Methodist Church at 10 oltliers of the State thnt two ot the eB;Is had hatched Mr Johnson says, he out during bration at Htnnlord the one of chlet 7 30 ti in. presence the dnv, and the little tvnnts the nnd In the whole Comtnonwrnitii Interest wno may no chicks wer,. peaceful!,. Wal'lng for a Forlv-tlvchildren from the Masonic or all Christians. Dr. Ilrynnt believes mother. that Home will be nresent In tie unl- saved In the meeting nre at liberty the heat of the day caused thc two of their choice fonnftJieiHIrliner'ii patrols and they In Join the church great awakening eggs to hatch out long after the hen program Htnnfrril needs a wl render nn attractive hud been removed from the neht and Mr. Johnson, having been renred during thu dr.)' in Unco n county. Is very desirous The Indications nre. that In the Report of the t'oiiilltllou of event of a fair dny, something Ilk lo see a genuine revival here. Ho Is old county and has THE LINCOLN COUNTY An old proud of hi 4.00C people will lip piesent. fashioned picnic dinner will b" srrv spoken It's pralsci In thirty Stnios of NATIONAL BANK, the union. imI to the people by the Mnsons one" their friends There will be music, OF STANFORD, KY., speeches, wonns nnd games, Fine Mules Killed Lincoln count) hospitality wll bo at thu close of business, June T, l'.'ll In evidence with lull biskets nnd It will be n day long to be remember WHEN TREE FELL ON THEM IN ed suttlcl'.-nfResources. nnd DEE LICK COUNTRY. To cemrr.tably . feed the number if peoplo thnt wll' I.oniis and discounts nttend iho celebration will require ()rdrnlts, setured and Hnldam'H Mill, June 1.1. following out of well devlseJ 12,70 1. r. unsecured the Mr Ijiwh of Ilex Lick, had a 1400 to secure bonds . .. I"""" !minn- nf mill,., kllloil m lh.. Ii., u.wul II. S y 100.000 00 T The arrangement iiciennincu u,m J circulation A "" ""'"i and killed Prom on US. bonds 59:1.74 is ns fo lows' A place of depository will be p'ovlded and put In charre ot 37,no".no C.iiw Tiylor and Morris Taylor l5ond, securities, etc n committee of ladle., at this place. Imvn llnlshed celling the new church Hanking lnyitie, furniture tbo housekeepers bringing baskets ri.sou.ou unl llxtureu will lein them with the commlltrc "lthH place. llrown has been In Wood l)u,i from national banks t 40J.('fi This depository will be surrounded (not reserve agents)... k. visiting re ntlves bv n lodge table, within the center state and prlva- Mr. Jan,. Adams has been on the Ditp fromnnd bankers, trust win. sup of the tabl,. wll be thofe banks this nlnterul and serve the dinner, the lck list ulton wtok Tennessee, Is companies, and avlugH Mrs. irom the people to be served being upon the 117.17 bankB In this wavJKJiest of Mr. Dick Smith of this Due from of the circle. outside approved ..nUnnltV nt tllntl mil tlO ttllfft VCdlPlaC. I. i&,tri.'."j lll.l. W..M.W ngents I.I, i iiuuijiruu ami i...I.J iii.i iniureii wen- nnd the housekeeper who bring din' land other cash It after the guets ot ner mother Margaret Checks ner be relieved of all care Items reaching tho ground. Hot coffee will 'Irowu Saturday night. J'JO OU Ethel Jlles and datightr, l.Izrle Notes of other mt'l banks bo made t fires built upon tho were the guest of Ida Thompson Fractional paper currency, ground 197.11 nlcke's nnd cents Sunday Wm Thompson ha a lull line of l.nuf.il money reserve In bank, viz.: groceries now at tnl i place. Base Ball To-DIU',310.110 Hen Southern 'had his snJe the Specie 12th nnd will toon go back to Indi- i.egnl tender notes 13,800.00 1.410.00 TEAM ana to make his future rnme HUSTONVILLE STRONG Mr. Char le Thoinpion U llxlng lo lledemptlon lund with U.S TO PLAY HERE. sell out and go to Ohio tq Join his tieasurer (5 per cent of C.000.U0 circulation I On Friday afternoon, June 1C. the brother there. Wo have hud a nice rain In this tanlort! High School base ball team .J4S4.S12.37 Total will pla) a Mrong team from Huston-- section. There I. a singing school going on As th prop'e know what a LlablMtles m Mr the nova experlenci-- l at Spring at Itethel, conducted b Jl"0,0i)i.0( jCupital stock paid In field. It should be the desire, or an (iwrns. IAlllf.A.kjl 'U.t. ..!.- - ft.n.l Jim Adams and wife Ile'lc was the .Jill IIUP .II..U the hoys dellv lV,IVV.VV to eorao out nnd play tuotts ot Mr nnd Mm. Thompeon, I'ndlvlded prolltii. Icsh er the puaK It Is In them to G,V0 1.44 will do It when Monday night, nlso Mr. (!eo. White. nnd taxes paid tjood ball and they given a chance National bank notes outIt l" reported max HeDort of the condltllon of 100,000 00 standing Ilustnnvl lo has nicked up another ::,001.:i7 Duo to other nat'l banks stnr pitcher, who will pitch ngalns THE FIRST NATIONAL DANK Individual deposits subject the Stanfmd boys Friday. Com,, and tll,uuO.."(; to check to,, a kikxI game, admission 2".c OF STANFORD, KY., 9,!00.0 Time cert, of deposit . . . Tho lltKlUIi of the llustnnvUle Hi Is p.iable, Including ccrtltlcnteg of depoHit for catcher; ' A I en. folSlvs- 2.r,00(.'.00 bo n luoney bomV'ed bake; Wiwitriin:, pitcher; Dunn, first Resources. Stngg, third Loans. nnd dlscotintH Illshop scond base; ..,... M6.,71.43 Total HSI,8l:.37 . ,. .. .. -L. hum, .. .. ii. anu viiuii iiiikiii, ..1.... .i"t'. Ilnll Int. n I'luiiiviH. icini; ll.I-lWeddle. center Held; ll.irnett,' unsecured licit': CM J. IS State ot Kentucky, County of I . h. bonds right field. to ecure clr ss' 1, . M Ilricat, cnstiier ol eulatlon C0.000.00 tl e above-nameUrur. no holemnlv Report of tb0 Condition of r.oo oo fwear that the above Mi"mie.i is I'rem. on V. S. bonds llonds, secuittles etc. ... 2.715 00 true to the best oi mv knowledge THE NATIONAL BANK Dunking tiouse, furniture md heller. W. M. IlltlGHI. Cashier. and fixtures 6,732.01 OF HUSTONVILLE torrect -- Attekf S. II Shanks, (1. Other real estate owned . 2.393.0S W. fatter. J. II, I'axton, Directors. l)u,. from national banks Subscribed nnd sworn to betoie KY, AT HUSTONVILLE, (not reserve ngents) 090.12 me. this 10 th day ol June. 1911. W. I loin Hue W. Saunders, Notary Public. state and priot thc close of business, Juno 7, 1911 vate bank' nnd bankers, truct companies and McKINNEY saving,; banks 32 17 rv' Resource Due from appiowd (110,713,71 I oans and re was ral ed t 11,(I42.;!7 serve agcnt Overdrafts, secured and un Ilk - and other c:ih Items 911 21 S.5C Somerset this week to bee her sister.! secured Mrk. .1 Davis, who Is very III Votes cf otl'T nat'l banks 995.00 O. S. Honds to secure exix-rlence HERE ON JUNE 24 I nne - 1 After nearly two month's search, nv MAN ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FARM VIA leternl trips to consult n fortune STRYCHNINE teller, and an nd In his county paper, John Richardson. - Garrard county' KNGINtER J. H. KIRKLAND, OF Oscar .1 Mulllns, of Lewi (Ireen, L. .a n, to LOCA i e AT county, a prominent fnrincr hns at last lound his line llockc.isllc WALNUT FLAT Th5 larmer nnd stock trader, aged HO joung cow which was .on. vears, In lying at the olnt of death soothsayer gave such a clear descrlp-- ! T ,' a locality whero fh cow i0iZrinw m.i and '.bought n,ofm J. I,. from an attempt to commit suicide Hon by swallowing twelve tablets of was, after consulting her cards, thnt ol land Ivlng nine fa on while aboard a train Mm II M..l.t .I.ImI. .. .. ..U- -. .1. - - 1. II. ... the Crab Orchard ... ,. hi. . ,l uum mum 01 mi uimr juiiti piisp u icw mnes east oi town, this i, Mondn ,.. nnwni crtilloii so uell as week, paytng him theretor 11,400. I lo irnnni !'J 1"s..,.h I r mil Stanford, where hn had r" Deep Well Woods. A minute nnd oft wll obtain posseislon very shortly. soiii,. hour, earlier. Mr. Klrklnnd Is one of the best On renclW Drodhead, ho was reJ;ocendtcdnola'ch N. with ou-Ah"CL," from the train nnd doctor. leas quest, 'r"tJ known engineers on the L. &Junction, gave headquarters at Lebanon summoned, lie is yet In a precar- up tho chnio. Thc other nnd day he lll'j run has been through Lincoln ious condition. In his conscious was pleasantly surprised on receipt tounty nnd he became greatly pleasMn "n" BU'0'. that family of word from Mr, Hamilton, of ed with the looks oi her !nnd so alt("U",C1' nl to end hlB r0",'lt that n cow filling her descrip- er nn Inspection ot this nice little I lie. tion wns with bin eattle, near Car-tor- farm, he concluded negotiations for Me With Samuel Ramsey, Mr. Us rurohase. Ho nnd his family wlTl It. went to that p'neo and recovered be cordially welcomed ns citizens of Listen To This his property While In the Carters-lll- e Lincoln, section they found ti rattlosmke they promptly dl "patched COL. WALION SAYS OUR POPU-- I which JrT ,,,,,, "' ... ,t ", ' TlT Uin-easi- y ,'" aa 1 d - ay !! sv j . .... . (" .'l"'"j 2,floo mi 2,911.4 Specie S,VSM.i) i.epnl tendpr note, 4.91S.0O runa with ti. itedeniptlon S troisurei CV per cnt of 'rnrllonal pper eiirrency, nickels aiid cent' ' nwtvl inonej ieerve In iinnk, vlr. 307.11 12,9'U 20 2.5U0.00 VJ71.0U7 4N otror National r.dMW. , .... ilrcul.it 'on) Total -- . J. Fractional paper Currency, nickels nnd conts In lawful mency reierv 2"..V8S 24.000.00 iluiplus fund bnnk, vli.: .iiullvirtod piollts, less ex- J7.74S.00 StM'Clo 2.3SC.22 tieiue- and taxeg paid.. 8.S9SII0 Lcgil tender noten kr.0.00 National bank notes outU.K. Itedomptlon fund with 50,000.00 standing Treasurer (5 per cent of 1,132.29 Due to other nat'l banks. 1.87H.no Individual circulation) , deposits subject to check 12.,7C3.9 .I196.213.M 1 Mint ml ceittlllcntes Total - "ipttul ftiH'k paid lo LlabllHls. .1 .10.000.00 Capital stock paid .' Total ... J27l.0ti7.4S National bank notes outstanding s 32.500 no Stnto of Kentucky; County of Lin- 121,19 Duo to other nat'l banks.... coin, ss: I. II. C. DauKhmaii, Cashier Due to tate and prlvnto hank, do solemn. 222.31 of the nbove-niinuhanky nnd bunkores . . . ly swear that the nbovo statement deposits Individual 93.2S2.00 It true lo the best of my knowledge to check u. u. hauiui.iia.'n, ami lienor , Correct- )- Attest: J. S I.J191.2I3.S4 Cashll-rTotal . Ilocker. S. T. llarrli, J. M. l'ellus, Stat,, of Kentucky, county or Liu- - Directors. Subscribed nnd sworn to below I, J. W Mocker. Cashier or! Kiln. the nbovo named bank, do ucleninly me.thlB 12Ui day of June, 1911. W. M. (iwear that tho nbovn stateimyit Is HltUJHT. Notnry Public. Commission truu to the bctt of my knowledgn nnd, expires Jan. 10, 1812 belief J W HOCKEIt, Cashlsr Cor.l MIDDLE AGED AND ELDERLY J, W Edw. Alcoin, reel AJtrt:t J'owoll, J 1). Depp. Director. PEOPLE Subscilbfd and jworn to before Ujc Fo)ey Kldnor VMa for qulcl; na permanent result. :a a 1 case, of I,6 j kidney nnd bladder troubles, and for Hil?ot) expires Feb. 23, VJ12. IMUarul aan .bbotib, Jrresuinitiee, ' ' Mib-Jo- Total In ... .150.000.00 and 17,000.00 Notos Sin p tin fund discounted I ndtvlded piollU .lesM ex.. peiirs nnd tnes pn:d . . 3.0S8.00 Liabilities 'of depnlt ... 7.000.00 u ... bit ve .132.7C3.H7 10.783.iiu s' S'iV.lVpft w1,: Tho venomous reptile measured live nine Inches In length and bnd Col 1. Wnlton, editor of tl, leet rat'les nnd n button. 1ST OF CANDIDATES TO BE Lexington Herald, who onc0 llvd In nine Ilcv Anderson Corne'lus wns In VOTED ON BY DEMOCRATS Stnnford for about 30 years, pulpit at the Baptist church, JULY 1. bellev,. the population has Increased the Saturday and Sunday. here In the past ten eurs. t'ol W C. I'cttus nnd family, of Hub Kntrics In the Democratic State primary of July l, c osed Frldav nboiit ten yivirs ngo nnd has been sorry ever since that ho did and thc candidates drew for Thc Mis;es McAllster visited Mlsfl nlfht position. n'i he's only made a couple or eo Their namoi will appear Flat, on IlesAlc Hoticlaw nt Walrtut living visits back In that leneth of the hallots as follows: F L. Thompton and daughter. lime, he's tttnllv For Incompetent to United States Senator Vernon, vl'I'eJ Thomns H. I'ayntor, Ollle M. James. Judge) of Stanford's progress In that Miss Susie, of ML of, any other line since then, pfiV the family K. J. J, Thompson. or For Mrs Roberts is visiting her WilliamGovernor James IJ. McCrearj nnd only as such Is exemplified parents J. Addams. nt Walton through the columnR of the I I., ol For Lieutenant Governor Joe F. I'ettm and family, of Spring winch he Ip nn upnrecMllve nnd np. l.eld, J. McDermott, James I'. Edwere Mailing relatives hero, predated reader Listen how he auto wards, T. U. Stuart. Mr. I'. ownj a nlco libel, us. For Tinsun(r Thomas S. Ithea. and Is very enreful driver. Stanford Hasn't Got 'em For I'rof. C. C. Lovell, of Oeorgh, Is lliiby Auditor or Public Accounts u nen me censur of inst ycr.r Laffom, Henry M. 'Uosworth. family or showed that Stnnford had lost nine- tho expected guest of the For Attorney Genumi Jame teen In population In the decade, Jlobt. McAllster. Miss F.lla Thompson, of Danville, 'iarnett, O. II. Po lard. there was grent Indlgnntlon nnd thc visited For Secretary of State C. F, here last week. itaKer would probably been lynched Mliscs I.ucv and Mary Pettu, pre CreccHus It he had not kept himself scarce. For Superintendent of Public Innt homo from school nt Richmond. The Interior Jouin I lavedand bwo-bv the eternal that It waB all a put-u- MIks Maty will return In a few davs struction Rarksdalo Hamlott, L. C. Llttrell, R. S. L'ubank. attend the summer term. Job. and tho city council, being to Kdgar son of J. For Commissioner of Agriculture, also of the same belief, ordered n nedy, wasKennedy, by a horse, I,. Kenluckily, I.abor and kicked Statistics J. V. special census to le taken. It tas however, he wns on'y ellghtlv Injur li. F. Hill, G. Y. Wyatt. juit been competed, with the result cd. For Clerk of the Court of Anneals thnt there was an Increase In the b P. Ca:pentcr has a bad boll on Robert L. Greene, J. Morgan Chlnn government figures of 120, maklnn the population l.f.71. As the govern- hls wrist. John Tan kerr lv, who once wai era-1- ment census woij taken last year, oyed near here bv the Lite J. ('. His Sister's Honor the difference may bv a nat'iral Hcrton, Is dangerously ill of consump or It mar not At any rate t'on at the home of hl3 sister, near li does not cut much' figure. We were living In Stanford in Ih90. nnd here in Garrard. Miss Mamie Little Holtzcnw. AVENGED BY A 15 YEAR OLD ivhen the censtn was announced nt 3UY AT LONDON about 1,300 we were ery Indignant visitedP. Mrs. David Stephens F. lllankenshln and little son and upon our own hook had It reA dispatch rrom Iondon to the taken, selecting our brother, T. II Fount, Jr., of near Stanford, visited Courier-Jouru- a Thursday sa(d: s V.'nl'nn, now or Atlnntn, (in., for tho the houiefolks. son of Howard and Huttart Holtzclaw Jesse Barker, the 14....- n ..A.. .Ill!n... -- ..I Inh jiin-- i ii iiiiu I'lill- - ' l ,riJ or Lily, nine miles William Harker, ns,.. JoscPh Cre8s .olnntlni.s PlTnrt he fmm.1 nm ,. Rlgsby Our irlend William and R0Utn ot ""?. came to London nt 4 mnnv more people than the census surrender-prospectinthis man bad discovered, and w0 had to wile, who have spent two years oc'ckSheriff atternoon and Scovllle en a charge of In Idaho arc now with cd to hang our heads In shame that The having shot and killed Wll lam (was published In ho his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Rlgf- -- wards, a prominent after a visit to rclatlves In Artstock dealer, at Fmnll a village. i"e iiuh'o oi nis iatoer, last night. There Is ulways more or les erltl zonn. inc ho refuses to be Interviewed aunw una lnvis ana III- el.m nf tin. rensnu lnl.,rB I..,. hll . Mi "ertha Davis visited Mr. and so arrangements have vet honn they may make mistakes, thev nr..i U made for the eximlnjng trial. Mrs. J. F. Shaw. genern'ly in the neighborhood of I l,- -, nnul.t ...i.iv-M- , hacu t.n... ov ll I., li if ... it U.. .1.- - uurner r .... . V........CU Uj nm lUlull right nt least. Stanford, hasn't CO " living ..In U'n.mn nA.l uyuuL Cl jeur the Harmon's Ll"k neigh- - that since a sister o the Darker boy 'em, that's all. borhood. three miles east, dropped becnire a mother about a year ago dead whllo, at work In the Held, nnd E.lwaidi was indicted, Edwards CRAB ORCHARD Death is supposed to hav0 been due had continued to visit the Harker to itsthnia and heart troubles nt home aznlnst tli ulahs nf th.. t.,,. Mrs Will James has returned I which hu was a sufferer. Deceased H'. and that he was shot last night was a good man and will be missed at to o'c oclc while talking with tho from Louisville, visiting relatives. Miss SallL, McWhorter Is at home hy his many friends. He had been Itaiker srlil nnd nfio, ho hn,i ,ao from lUchmond. making his home with his dnupMnr linked In Imvo .iacK nsner uas accepted a post- - irs. hauie stlgall. Edward was shot with a shotgun tlou wltli Cummins a Wearen in The picnic given Saturday at Go- - nt short lange and his head wai then bv Messrs. Scott. Good, lfnltz most tom off. . h ...... MUv.l -i ...... menus n;i nun uuier young men, wns at- - married " .miry mine Mbmng is m4Fm.( but He w as Shot t ClA r.int n tt.1. ...nl. f ntifln.t ! j .1 An J crowo, eve"y one .by tils uncle, divorced An ..i.u irmmo ,u oi.iuiutu mis D S Tlnlon a s"u Mrs. r.mnia FarrU Is with her son) Present havlne a nle time. Some nent rnrmer, on. the streets or I ..i.-ii,- - iiuu. w en il is Known mi. i vit-itiv,. vnio ow. n..fn i,. 1. in .iiuiiius vim taiiuii. , .., ... .5 Mrs. Hensley and children are that thcr0 was a barrel of lemonade, with i.i. wi.S .i hi.. with her father famTy. Mr.'" nice dinner en lh and groi-na"d by a skillful operation. Colyer for a fqw weeks. everything rrec. Hefore and after Allle Mnft-- Cummlus Mted .Mrs. dinner .some, forty counles nnloreili i tK F J Cummins, nt Stan'o d last hodt lldfng on DIx rive- -. ... Tlili T...1.I I.. itTnl. week ' John Frank .Montgomery, a vouue Mr WP1 Itnmsev. son nnd limlv tirul Gooch Woodland? vitl- - rheuinntlsm. rt I ixinetr'n nnu .,n I.. hi- - ..mr. Master .inhnio mthm .ho .1... larmer, Jb years old. struck by light 'I he lidlrt or the Christ au clrr Sunday and spent a' few hours with jenr-olson or Den Martin, of K'jw. Illn and "stanily Killed about dtisK while out lu an open Held at Juifcon, cleaied JISOO at thlr sniper 'ai-- t Mr Claudia Holdman. 'in1. was severely burned last w , Satuiday night, a large crowd wai hy an exploblon 6f powder. WlthC buvcn mlle8 fr01" thlj place. Mo-rl- b V ar0 Borrv o Thonvts The, young man was leading n pies, nt and all hnd a good time illness lie Is at lmme and ti but'er., Pbyinnte, F.stes Smith, son or T. while our bind furnished us sotne The horse and Dr. v. a Ilrnwn tins relume! Smith, tliey came acrver sonie pow' ''orso and mu e. tend music. Irom Or ando, F'orlda, whe e he der, rnd thinking to have n big 'gun, J'01'1' wero hoth strucn dead, but the e sev-'r F. M. Wa-- and family imitn bile ther l'lrced the exp orlve in the bottom mule wa8 unhurt. trends. Jlr- Thomas Ilaker Walker, a prom id over to Danville iu their now car 'be 'aw Mr. K, C. Walton almost ev- - "' an old lantern. mat-- h was u- last Monday ty ,b,y. Although Mr. Walton nnd oiled which result! d in the l.id rin" resident of this place, and - consldei-.iblbrother-in-laCe-gMi's Etta Gooch ami MIsh WllkioMr ol U. F. Hudson, Kellar rro doing reirnrk- - burnedSome-net- , - .Utaoi ibly w'l thore In th dally new p- - rwk anil arms. A about tho face, 1,lcnt ot tuo L'ltiwVns' Hank, U lying of r thphyelcan was" guets of Dr Rlng'eion anil wife rer b'slncsb lr Walton "nd faml'v culled aria aiiendea the Injured ytiunj? '" ui"B conumon aere irom sou-- . Mr Arthur Davldion Is vrv sic H'e iery dlatlBfl d and nre ster, who at last' accounts 'ws in- - l,,l,B of the Iirain. .Mr. Walkur is at this writing, suffering with tl( pery pn- -I us to return lo C'e de'ir levering. tne eluost 6' of tLe late Vade flux f fill ltli'ft trna Monnifv nlker. Kill 1 hn I Iterarv Scletv w''ll m et at nd family are t'ellsMed with Or - YOUR NEIGHBOR'S EXPERIENCE the school bnue Fildi) n'g'u. CINCINNATI LIVE STOCK i' ni'o, noovr. nr llrown fcayi the How you may profit by it Take Mr. K. J. Tanner was confine1' cltirn'e Is very tln DanvtUo Ai- his rrom n few dsys with u flight) vo;ate Cincinnati, June 1C Cattle Foley Kldno, Pills. Mrs h. (J Wlm- niiacK or append elm. but Is able to' 3C0 Wlliow St.. Akron. O.. says. be up a ll'tle now CLOSING OUT SALE AT AUCTION' ol oule uni ' "lul voly soilous calves Hit 8. Ilea- - Kecelnts 3.9SK. Mr. Mitchell Me entire slocit of iroods will be ot Wayne ilmnr, Is helping Mr. Jacobs In his Ma bio disposed of nt miction nt my plnce In vubvi of kidney trouble and 1 suffered market active, 5c lower; packers and (Iranlte nhop this week. Ci.ib Ky, on Saturday, with bncl.aches and dizzy headaches ti.w5tf6.1.r: ttag,, J'I.254.J5; comMrs, Wa'ter (1'ode who has been lime 24. Itll mon sows 4.2:.2:.; pigs and light The stock consists of t niu, Bpi,ck booro my visiting her mother here. Mrs. Kate 1)1 J (loods. Notion.'. Mirnlshlngs. H50Cl'U6. Shee- p- It. ceipta I.VR7; nna ",l 0bK, maikct steady. ' Coir.'y, will ro'urn to btr home in Ladles' nnd dents Hose. SHrff. Over ",ul ' Ult "' 2U3.75. Sprlns Cincinnati Sunday nils, pants, Embroidery. Lace. While ' saw r'oley Kidney Pills advertised Iambs active; 1015c higher, .L7& l'roichlng at tho UaptUt church Hoods, Lawns, got a bottlo and took thorn accord 07.20. llleached Cottons. r.d next S'inday morning nnd evening by r.lnghuniB. Percales. Outing CHitti. lug to directions and unl ijoirman. bbons. India Linen, Duck Table -- --GOOCH SKIDMORE " Montgomery Durham i""" and Vld.t ("loth. Satteen. Jlofcalr Chlnawnre t liaugli of Highland, were uulted In t!las,aiv. headaches left me. my be ' The Courier-Journa- l Muey-afTinware. or Thursday mnrrliiKc, Wednebdnv at the brides Scales. Show cates nnd liiativ other came clear und I can say I am 8ald- - Wl limn U farmer Skldinore. homo In lllghlnnd, both have tho things too numerous to mention, a well woman, thanks to Foley- Kid who ga'0 Louisville as lilb place ot fcood wishes of their many friendo. ha e begins at 10 u. m sharp ney Pills." residence, and Mrs. Clara (Jooch, of mln or shine. Lincoln county, were inairled In Jet DIES AT ADVANCED AGE GEO. B. HARPIS ersouvlllo yesterday mornlns by Crab Orchard, Ky MERCER MAY GET. THAT , iiagUtrate o.car liny. The bride- Mm Susan Meed, uged '13 yearw, Col J. P Chandlci, Auctloneei NfcW COURTHOUSE YpiKroom ttns hom , Unc0a coimty, passed away at her home near Highnnd Is Cti years old. He wns tunr- . .. r land, of general debility Incident to AT ERRIDLE PLUNDER vveanesuny ,.ed once before nn- - wo .llvorc.1 ...e vouri. oi. ti.ueais ... , v ... i.i.. iu.4rtAM - ,. in inu rnnn nr it ,nt.i v. tt... nil . ...... ,,. . ii. mi ,iii.,i.ivK-i- i iKt' mi i r.or,w k tie ?' ",nu.:.'K7.it r uo " "ounfv wir-- i' ;- - ;r &.rz.H"r'EL Liu.. sh is survived bv tw ci.iid- - ii w Lire nils n the ' ron. W M. Heed nnd Mrs. Sarah laK0 ur u,"Bb ' """ ton ". nal,r" p6cai Court has years old. IItT name Austin and a large number of friends first sign of constluat.-an- . blllousne4H ,.v . i. ..i.. - "... L8". .lo..!.w'L..: I'Junty and Is nnd loved ones who will mourn that I m- i..,.iti hn..i. nn.i ..,..v.. i... :.,i..i. .n77h ". l ... W,,B orlglna ly Ml a Claru (loocli a nd " 1" "usbaud, wfo dleU Ju 190i, "f. Iho dear old lady Is no more. The '. X,X: ,rvZS'n'-"ZJ",Znu or "...he .. V" . .i" . was OUtantly rebiteU to her bo. ore biirlsl 'VDk plnce Wedneodav with '" ..V. .ro their iiiamHce .? service at th Hlahlnmi Metiimiut stones. Iliey regulate liver, stoinaeh . and bowels and build up your health iimi t xed by the constitution. church. Somertft has bea dju U8IT -10-nnd ATION HASN'T INCREASED No. 7 Primary Entries Close ii,,0 . . d o p Nev-ma- .... - . . in. ir,! g Kd-b- "y""v I Lin-coi- d til-n- " ... . i.:.iu.-nrr- ." proml-.ondo- n ' ,.... jursv,o ...... d sret al - e 'ent pies-.dan- ti-- tte-in- ,. & ,,226?UTiV,'?B On-har- ',',,, ,,, --- ,'., "'" V. eje-BLjh- e y "."."' "!' -- v "! ,"..",,".."" ri. '"" """""". '.. ',"..;.." ;.. - "." ...t L fnnr ww"" r t fiTilHtll f libJMll C lARKQilAI F HlUlOUfiLl. Ml FTT '"n1'rin,"lcncy imill Ut I I .nlilie fWioo.. MA In the euro of coniumntion conccntratcd,cnsilydigcsteci nourishment is necessary. For 35 years educator candidate FOR PERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. su.J $TAI1F0RD Carson's i In Great Undattaklngs. He - eminentrv nuulilieil for the portion which he cek, and hi v- Kentucky. of the ttrst llnptM church Machinery largc-- t in Uiu onl a an tilucator ha Ixvu one of Ills Plat.'cnn, onii of the uninterrupted ncce.. It i due lo rfaf " SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER 1 stand sjRvifieally for: A whoul new (.'hr.--tiiCOOD SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES free h Lsader It Progressive Movement. him that the hiiiid-oito eeiy child in and netvs.-'ililBEST EQUIPPED coiiut.v and Hopkinville luu'li I.'ruf. Hiiiiilett. though only thir MACHINE SHOP IN THE BLUfc ecrv rural district in Kciitutkv. school i, now a iiermaiient reil-tv- , ty-tyvar.s of age. Im had tlurtevi: GRASS. having Ixvn erechil under the SuMi- experieiuv as a years of sucee-f- ul I 4 i law, at a ixi- -t of 5100.000. teacher, ruing by rapid promciioiiv (The New Democrat, Padiuah.) CO. from teacher of u mall count) m lmol Rlflht Man In the. Right Placs. at $'10 if month t the ptemhd OANILE. KY, 123 N. Fourth St. he ifi.w hold- - at the head of We believe a -- late supcnni-'ide- nt PSHHm HattS the Hopkuwville vliiid with of juiblie r LY NE.TS "o lion, he uouid be more than V.."(Mi piquU and III the light inu:i in the nght place. SUN 5HD&5 (cichem under hi- - tierinteiidcncy. (Calloway Countx Oaette.) luxl- - have Under hi direction 1lu .Mr. Hamlctt liehexe in the equalIkh'ii unproved fnmi mmt to war, un, am1 Ins til they aro more than ever the pride ization of oportuuitie-treat c- -t wish in hi work i to make vv aaisflHiJ" of one of the mo-- t pngn ive etlie op)ortunity knock at the home of of the state. $ NwKJSHL y child in KentutKv Wo A (loan, young ami progroive evvry teacher, who lets all the elements of like .Mr. Hamlet t, and unlike tim-- l he i a man Kiliticiu:: he improve- - on acqtia'ii' mico'-- i in In make-u- p in even' way eupubb- of making an mice. In fact. In- i not i iHditni.ui, ollioer of whom the whole Mate he is a school man who - well ii'iiji-pe- d for the office. (The Bixckin-ridg- e would justly N pn.ii-- i FOR SUMMER ORIVING l'Ioverjirt.) A leader in vr progrv ire the comfort ot both torses and dm Hain't tt vull iiiovoment. I!arklale Making a Fine Race. eis should be specially considered li help to roihvm Kentucky in I!M1, He is u ur.iu of infinite abihtv ami a proper outfit of lap ror-- : ami will l! the next tiHnntciiiIent capacity and staml upon a platform W.iril.etu. Ily nets and other ticrobsar. in-- t ruction. (Mux or of Public neither trim nor tcrgivorrate-- ; es troni our complete assortment o Chai M. Mcsiehuui in the Hopkins-vill- e that beg- no quc-tio- u, nor evade- - a that Ikiisp eood3. Here ore Istfit. but Kciituekutn, single i ue. Mr. Hitmlett, a man of inn and duranle, single and doubt Master cf School Problems. individuality Jliul ultllitv. an islunitor ii nu'.'sd, jdtuitably suited to road put Fouii stady uuil cxtkiic-'- . :ie - mid orator, is cauuvihil to lie t'u1 puses, along with a lull line ot soiK inaRter of the scho.l luoblem- - of logietil man for the place- ami l. if o' the I r.i iiunilty n rlu '. . : . lv lesid.ir- idiuMtoi- - Nml I EARKSDALE HAMLtTT piri.i iil irlv 'tuci-ete- d in the imprvvemtut of t.V jire. t'luf. Uiu t is out for t The improienicnl, kiii Irliou mid J C. McCLARY, Stanford. sijhooN. Tbe .e- - kmvi-n- o Dc'UHK'iiitJe itominatioit and u iiik-iin common equipment of our rural s. DeDtocrat so thoroughly ejMiip-pe- d a vigorous cuiivti; he s4iiuil-fn- r with the iikhIitu m ,fnij!ix-Mnml ru the uiiqini-lit- l at nil iioint- - t make an obttl ttnndards. endor-emet ioIvhiu"' the Mate Riiporintomk-iit-. if hi- - home Minimuiii Ceii iuuth terms in kQlyiol intert.-tv'fr'frN'MrM Kv. (f lie lin- - the credentials of a t.ndv every ditriet. Jirf'I'riJf. lilirnlett, mid we would like IViiHH-m- t nml Iwar.-- tin- - higbe-- . A nitionaj jyuJeirlr'Toinpur- to kv turn given the t.nmiiwticii juaii Heat ion of mi uk-uniwniiWhen ( Kli.in tlitoMii teliilellt. v T.ra(.i(-,- i eourM? of study; ar.i al- - vrithout opH-itio- n r pV Kiail u pre- lCuiim Illlv quelil'ted fir tlw h.-tor- n Nowd.) Fi. in 1 11 mc''.iii:io f"r oit to t u nil ami the douieitic iiml uuichiiii-ics- il uight. ve I.ehevu bun to he (ui , th? next nnportntit stc U ! Fnsnd tt tne Rural Schools. arts ami science. have th t prescription plaicd in tha IVof. Htfiulett i a trmi'.', intelli- "the man" for siieriiitcmlvHt of utir C- 1 i sid and ciiiisjlKlutioii haii-'of .1 thoroughly reliable ami comnctont stale i IkhjU. e of ishuatiuii ul'piv iir.icticiil. gent friend to tiiemu-nh.irm.ui-- ' so It will lx conipoutidAl exactly i l'rof. HamloU ii- a stnuij; friend lii.ii'lwr- - of K'holai!uji, (h.iraiier and believes in a square deal fn,m Wo have gained nn enviable rvput.itlon directed of udvamed eiliii-utloto the the smallest district to the irnt and personality. nhv.i$ lwlni cry careful and painstaking In ami Ulieve- - in a square deal fnuu ux compounding nnd feel that. In nil justice to your citv in the uiitrv. lie iiccvN'ihly County lnph bdio-iK- , m.ille-t to the im-- t own k'xhI hunl'h.you should lirinfiyour next prescripa friend to th" conmioii the cated in every county city ifi the cnuntrv. He tion lieie. Here, too, ynu will find n complete und Improved facilities lor the county mIiooU, believe- - in -- even montli- -' display of toilet article, rubber K"ds, xiapa, friend to the common school- - of lerin-.i- , good ruidn and liujirovi'd fupv'nntondent's oflic. perfume, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. the late, - a elcxiu. sound and our seluo!- - in cvciv for Liberal enlargement ati.l tn linl For interior decortting vim carry and recommend energetic teacher who has all the ALABASTINE. tha baautiful wall coaUn. Call of our normal m'IkxiU jui.I btrnnj' (Mayfield Me enger.) W.A. CARSON. PROP. elements of suecc-.- - in his make-u- p Acquisition to th State Ticket. and see samples ot tints and ask us about It. state iiniv as eompoueitt iarL; Hamlet is in the foremost and - a man in every way rajMble of I'rof. of our jiiiMic it'liol i.y.lem. making an otlicer of whom the whole of Kentucky'- educator- - and i llcadjiiflnjont of our M'ftcin of rink PENNY'S DRUG STORE. would be justly proud. in everv way Miorougldy qualified state on fiiuinee In effect larger It is hoped that .Mr. Hamlctt will fur (be honor h'" seek. We pniliet Btanford, Keotuckr inoiv pcornmie iKXif before the Demh'm and iuivi) no uppo-itto- n a .sue x' fid emd.;ilai l'eivonal UMdcivlnji in Ihe field mi believe ho will be a trong acquisi- ocratic primary, for he U ni (lie put of. Uie sLtto Democratic and clean in tion to the next -- lute ticket. cut, so well equipped from all (M.idi.4iuvjlle Journal.) tingles, that antagonism would Ix- albuccess Comet Only ?t End of Effoit. Solid Backing of Home People. most unjustifiable. yiie suhitxt o( Mm hVeU'L. is a Hamlctl stJuWli' at the very top .Mr. Humlett has given a good acof 6troug individuality, I:e'ii among Mio educators, of our state. security Hum On approved count of himself, and hi work at liuiiiaiirla-ria- n mentality, iiuu a broad His friend 4 predict with all candor Ilcpkiiisville is u nionument to his ejtirit, whose inteixt in lux fel- that he will go into the tight with ability whenever conditions as a school worker and or low men is sincere, while Ins work is the nolid Ixackuig not only of In, t1i,..P. He. has mado more than Preferidwajs actuated by a desire lo ad- home county, but the entire second warrant good there and can make good at the education. eongixH-tioua- l vance Uio Cixc of (Daily liead of KentuckvV scluol affairs. If district. He worked in the tobacco Ixuder, Fulton ence, of course, being j mi want to know what Hark-dal- e patch for the means villi which to Ide'al Superintendent Humlett tand for, just follow cam- An AND HANDLE LIVE AND ORE88EO given to our regular educato himself,' anil succeeded to fully the crcvil of tho man a- - pro- POULTRY, EGOS, ICE, COAL, Itarksilale Hamlctt, of Hopkiu the extent that ho was KradmiUil .v (iicmwivoa WObL, HIDE8, FUR8, College of ville, is the mo- -t advanced, intelli- depositors from the iramden-Hidne- y SALT, LIME, QIN8ENQ, cent and eanable man in the statu Virginia, with the Orator't. medal of In the Lead. FEATHER8 ETC. his claw, at the age of nineteen. for stuierinlendent of public in.-ttIJiirksdale Hamlctt, of Hopkins-villtion. He knows the needs of the V.. l'olk John(From (fintiuue- - in the lead for the son's History of Kentucky, in pub- state in all educational matters and would make an ideal state uieriu-(undeDcmoeiutie nomination for SuiHiiii-temlei- it DON'T BE TOO OENEROU8. lication.) (11 cement, mo, etc, yeu Reti of public instruction. of Schools. His suin'rior vvth tho Uciuc-mhe-r K. Endorsed by Educators and Press. us. tiat nil O'tr InillJ A. Hummers in J he F.Iizabethtown qualifications for the ollice give him irom mctcrhls are lug much Htioi.Rer of tho Kentucky News.) An divided advantage over both his the ordinary und yoa can thereIhaii, PHONE 153. ji ore! uso Iofs than ordinary iiuuntltle. huucaiioual association, one ol ltd l'rof. Hamlctt po-s- c es all the opponents, who are not active Ifj live original incariKtralora, and up nunlifications to make the stale an men. The tvoiile of the .State an yuu mho "in icii you just now in Spring Suitincs to time a member of it ideal, sujwrintendent. (Cadiz Ihv- - awakening to tho fact that to elect mix themcost. got the lest ream la at 'to the, pre-cCome In and uslc us. tho leant a lawyer to the agricultural depart- uoawoi uireciors. an onl.) My Ilcw nna ummcr samples J. A ALLEN. Stanford,: KV. 'arp now ready for your Inspection. of th .Fourth Congrcsional Distiict t n farmer to the superintcn- or The Man of the Hour. r-exam-- 1 board association; nn ... ... n.n....i n.... dencv of scliooU would be sheer follv. 7hey coiuprlao tho best on tho market LV I 3 liner, lvogan his career in teacher in ,.. y and they arc lining up in this nv-' CIn autt anyone as to prlco who hod ma ciomes maun u oraor. A sun Lynnland Academy, llaidin county, tjon at Inut for Mr. Hamlctt niainh oon made to jour tlieasUiO la profernble Woarela poiltlontoaoall i 'taiiL'ht in the rural district and nor- "The most casual reader can soo MH,iiio nn ..minenl. uriii.. edn. orellng, luoli as II lock Work,klndi of l'avvuienll to roadv mruo c,ol"ef Tn lmvn ,nt"1 tiling from mat schools, Ijaruo county ; principal (iu him tho man of the hour, the u,u,r un,i imS md0 u micccss iu Iih! aua.iD fact, we can make anyWe can ju.oiluwntoafeHCB iiost. Iheasuro doesn't cost any sarre whom all people of all par- - tho-e- n f tho graded schools of Corydon, man in inoro than ready mado when quality line of work.Thv Somerset' yoa proiautly and guarantee nrt-cia- i wore aoa material. Uallandget ourprloiti .nnd fit Is considered. Coma Iu sua tnd principal of tho Henderson high ties can graciously unite and work Journal, tstore yoa buy your material at Uait. let me take your nioasuro. school, from which ho came to the for. His whole life, liU eu-rwtci H. C. RUPLSY, Tfto I'racttcal Tailor, "Willi (I, Kt, Democratic Party Will Demand at Its Candidate a Man Who It a Prachas been the standard, Mr. Hum- niiHTiiitcmlont of tical and Experienced world-wid- e Ii'lt i it innii who lia nlw.iv "miule treatment for Educator. . An consumption. pxxl,' ami Jiis career lm Uvn n mi of encrcv, ivrpovcwiHv ati'Mion- Tiio finst law of n democracy is or. The 4ato ha no won etitliu!- SOUTHERN RAILROAD (ho ciuiliMtioii( of opportunity, asttp and eueetivi' an adviKiiK oi Low Excursion Farei winch mown the tiiiiltilili tli-- riltti education, nor the Peinoeratie partv SUNDAY JUNE 18th tfl'NDAY n more loiil supiwrter." tion of intolligi'iuc through nu between provision of pdncilioniil cjuip-iii.'ii- t. Panrlllfc A Builder of Schools. Lexington, Louisville, (Jeorgetown. Liwreticeliiirg Marred?-l.urir- . In another issue he has this t nnd Versailles nntl Shcibyvll 'I'liorv ran npienr no virtue in the my : Intermediate stations In each direc- cry of i "Sipiurv iJosil" mi long m ".When l'rof. Humlett oiine to tion. n iiionoixitv of inlclli- - Ilopkin-vill- e, 11.60 between Lexington, uanruie, llii'ie front Henderson, six lenrcetiiwn nnd I.onlslll0 for tbe Ki'iuv, in n sUttf whuru society ia yeaw ago, a superintendent of the tound trln. tickets lltmtrd to rctiini coiiika.'(1 of indixidtinU equally pulilir schools, there "r. hut two on date ot wle Proportionately low hy lMfiia, yol to the Rrtut huiltling-iIntermediate points. i alas between With the completion thi nny Southern Hallway m.i'Wr of whom nil this Iij;Ut it nu- jiiir of the high school buildings Consult ARont or write II C Kins, 0. T. A. llum iichiineinent and the H'.d.il Micro will ho sit. at a cot of IJ'JOii,-00Islington, Ky . A II Cook. I) V A . of truth nrc .k'nio.1. and the faculty of twenty-thrKy., J. (' Ue.im. Jr., A. IS liiaivilp, 'Hirotigli a iKTiuupeiilh oijjuniz-- il leachem ha btvn incrcav.il to foitj- J' A . St. Louts, Mo. campaign for cilucationul improve- bix. He is an orator oi ment, rwiiljiictoil iilwils iiuii tw ability and in demand us an after-dinninto prnctkiil rrnililus. 'J'hua le U a popsptsiker " MADE ON will the Intent cneriiN if society he ular memlier of the 'Klks, W. 0. V, t froe and opjiort unity will iniUvd ami oUmt fraternal organization. knock n t!ic door of every home in l'rof Hamlet i al-- o sueriiiteiid-en- l AND ALL KINDS OF Dnn-tio- Scott's Emulsion wraifMrftiT Iirniir rumor im ttic prratiM work in jr) Kentucky. Thmicli vel t0 iw s Man For the Place. youin:. lie h uncwulitcillv tlie le-- t IMHc-T. (.'. UnuYnvooil, prM' iquitMHNl man for tlii oHIre tlio (wm ni uio ionuicK.v 1'itM iwwvia- - maio na. ever nroutiexti. . 1.11. V I., it... t I .'V... Vra.:! Determination and Success In His Face mo iwinocratir party could wok A ; ouinj iii.iii who rcoiii (o have Intnl without mliiijjr n loiiff nml Worthier or inon eniiinetvnt rnnili- - mi ntiiTiit ion to accomplili linctliiiij; ltit for the iniwrtniit ofllco of ntnti'J worth while in the etlucrttiminl Held, of ,,,c 1'Iln,ll- - vmppr irv. hi ,,, hi, I i t r !.. T ""l"'"1""'' ''"' 11 I.- !" t aitc-qnii- to tittj en-t!o- . hor-iliiR- O 0, w - REPAIRS - con-M'ri- '' er "'at Mcriuiticd Ji'"i''K expression in hi. frank oiieti nuuitc- ' in tbe iiaiHv, he is goiiiu to sumx-emiderl.tkmg. (Daily Mulbtinr Jlavrtville.) A Worthy nd Competent Leader. i a His work at llopkiimrillc nioimmcnt to Iih ability a a -- ehool worker and organizer. He i abuiul-ant- ly qualiflcxl for the high oll!n uhich so seek-- , and his broad plat- -. form enibmccs the very bet in eiideavxir. He is a vtorthv man in every rcsiectr lmvnu work- id him-e- lf up from a poor bov. A- lrendy he has pledgeaf to Irm almost tho stilid vote of the teacher of thu state, and all interc-ti- il' in the improvement and advancement of Kentucky's educational facilities . in him a worthv and comiKtin' leader of tho-- i for the iieooiiipli-hmii- it "" thing-- . f" Hand Luggage ing to tr a v You are go el this sum mer and will fgood lug- want' gage as well ,as good clothes. We can show you a Magnificent Assortment ot 1 (Hartford IlerNdd ) Motor Cars Successful -- Hand Bags -- m ni dan'..; n :.:;! -- tion in-t- ru From $3.50 to $12.50 Genuine Cowhide leath er Suit Cases, $5, 7.SO $10, and 12.SO. a.- wKsTi Ml Xe. Traveling trunks many sizes from $5 to IO.OO H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky 11 i- d , - .U-t- w, ii Fresh Oysters STYE,., -( nt fnl Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded SERVED IN ANY - -- T6G B6$T rosflL- - in - -- -- (r 1 -- -- di-tn- it pn-gui- ve -a Restaurant -- i- vt cr-iit- l- - WE 'MAKE LOANS it f-- r thor-uugh- ly -' ' l !' We Want Produce ijtt '"'.) ihiu. ui e, nt 1 H. B. Northcott. T. Tudor. Mgr. Mate Fank i 1 nt Trust (o. lo ..... m-'ii- sun ran, '.,'. i (TW'('D i 'TMr1 iWlMl.ir.P UNvJ PHILLIPS BROS., "P1-1- I :,,; JLUMUUL -- mt THE SEASON'S BEST VALUE IN MfiSfLAr JHff'ft SUMMER WASH MATERIALS i EMBROIDERED QRA8S LINEN SUITINGS over with lavcidcr, blic nnd black, n mo a dcslrnblc hot waithcr fabric, 27 Inrhen wlib , irlc per ynrd Ze SILK STRIPPED OIMITIE8 A broken nnsortmrnt, the lot Includes (Ink, light bti", Rrny nnd tun shades, ldc, now sold nil icneon nt l'Jc n ynnl, 3( Inches ZEPHVR GINGHAMS Tho Ideal lint weather Inlirlr, no cd for belne: voiy lli?ht nnd dnlnty, colors nrc green, Mile, black, pink, check nnd sulpm, "0 Inrhis wide, per y.ird 19:. Almo t nn endless vntlety of pntlemg to select from, 27 FIGURED FLOWERED AND STRIPED PATISTE Inche,, wide, per ynnl 10c. r SERPENTINE CREPE Avery populiir fabric in nl the nc.v d Ignf, 27 IiicIicb wide, pilec iter yard. 19c. DAINTY PATTERNED FIOURED ANDvS' RIPPED VOILES, on white grounds, 27 Inches wide, per yard lie. colore, blncKS pound with dots, white ground with dom, 30 Inches PIN DOTTED CHALLICS, Just wide, per ynrd 19e, pr,ce per ynrd '2'tC. Dent quality, 36 Incite i wide, nil new PERCALE WHITE PERSIAN LAWN 10 Inches wide, erv fine ipiallty, mirphlngly good for the price, per yard Vi'W-- . t 12'. op-ne- ! you if you will. Dr. Pierce'a Golden Medical Di.covery it will make you a different individual. It will tet your lazy liver to work. It will aet tiling rifiht in your stomach, and your appetite will come hack. It will purify your Mood. If there it any tendency in your family toward comumption, f it will keep that dread dtitrnvrr . .(.., " """mi Rflinea a loot hold in the form of a " "' IlnferinJ coujii, branch tis, or bleeding at the lun!, it will hrin about a euro per cent, of all caaca. It la a remedy prepared by r. It. V. Pierce, of HurTalo, N. Y whote aJvlct h ftrtn frtt to all who with to write him. His mt "um n" wiue experience and varied practice. " t be Don ,""" wheedled by pcnnyHrabbing dealer into taking Inferior lor Dr. 1'ierce a medicinci, rccoirmendcd to he "juit good." Dr. I icrce a medicinea are or known coMrosmos. Their overy ingredient orinted their wrappers. rnn..: Made Irom niil.nni lnl.,.t i.u. forming-- druf.a. World 'a Ditpeniary Medical Atfociation, IlurTalo, N. V. Ion or trade any longer? I)o you hate poor ...v, ...u 1.7 ai nignii timme to alrcp P your nervei all .nineand your Motnach loo? Hai Hone, to foruo ahead In the world left ou? If to, mlcht ai well put n atop to your mi.try. You can do Uo yon feel nil (.red out? rnrtv in nn vdu iubi Do You Feel This Way? Do ou ometfmet .... .!.. rn'f . ape- - Aro r I.. .! rna "HIS" MISTAKE BUSINESS CARDS of Town Customers. Railroad Fares Rebated In Cash At Our Transfer Desk Until July First. ATTENTION-O- ut Henry L. tflllH Casey, D. V. S. 0 Veterinarian, Former Director Animal lndu.try Philippine Islands United Stutes Army K 1 STEWART DRY GOODS CO., incorporated. e Louisville, Kentucky. 101111110 sss-'-i-- tler the following described, roa I er,-. VvV f I tate. A certain tract of Innd In tho. MASONS' MEETING. IN MEMORIAM. ' V s-ISOM OLIVER eastern RiiburhM of Stanford. Kv. Lincoln No.fO K.A A. M. IIImm. t In lnlel voniinunlCHtinn on enrli llrt Luunded on tho norh by tlve Innd of ml third ; Monduy nUhlfi rleiirh month. Hi 7wi) J Kmbryr on the cut li.. the land .H Knt. daughter of Mrs l.lllle Krl 'y in their hull on tnnlii plrlrl, pni.i-1of '. II Denhnin; on the Roiith by thy Ky MrmU r. uf ltrr Itnlpra re Irn. of Arnliln niter n abort lllnenH died, trrnnll.T linli.d to I iirovnt In incmnrlum of Itom Olher, who Sfnnlord and Crab Orcbard turnpike; T. W. Pen. nlQKton Hrc. May Jlth, 1!ll nnd wns Inld to r.wt "Darling. Hip lamia nt .1 It I he declared. "I'm'abio and on tho west bv died May IS, KM1. "7 'out you" rowel. Mrs. R. C. Helm's helm, and at I'leuannt Point f'emctcry Hhe left 'i: hnvo lost a darling Uncle the Stanford nnd Iincaiter turnpike I Oh. 7"" must be ralitaken." sha JOHN COOK ninny Irlund,, and relnihea- to mourn He has bid in all adieu; I and containing 55 ncics of land. weetly replied "I had heard befora Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. tier Ions. Hhe, nt tho ago of 15, Is He has gone to live In heaven, Terniif: The said property will bd" you and I ever met that you were at Specialist en ail horse jnd animal taken In thu rnorruuK n! life. On y n old on a credit of ttx months, and aolutely silly " Ami to u h Is loit from view. disease. Stanford. Ky. Phone i4 the purchaser will be required to cie' few ftteks uxo, mm wnn permitted to uoml lor the purchase orlce. with tier. attend n relnl .urvli nml pmh. hr! W. W. DURCi One more home to Ftvl nnd lonely rnnal ecnrlty approved by thu Com-- ! FAIR DATES KENJUCKY young heart to (5kI, Her dealre wni. DbNTIS'l. And one more body has gone to rent. mlssloncr. The pnld bund heinr to unite vith I' easMia Point llaptlat ' Kam Ofnce at Rctldv c And w,. r.iisg him, how wc mlsa him, (KIXaHIm n IHa Primmlailnn The following are the dales fixed mornlnr. Church nnd be baptized inc bIt ner cent intermit rrnA. ,in!l CRAB ORCH'ARD but death ' Hut we know Ciod did the bebt Homing the Kentucky Fairs for of sale, with linn rnlnlmwt nn ihn Un,i cm,, before .he was permitted to do'()1I (l , II1 as far as reported. Officers of wltllmlt Kh, to serurc tho payment thereof, and DR. W. N. CRAIG, o. Sho fully understood that death, ... He hub found the joy of lionirn, ,,,. ,vuh..r,. the said bond to have the same forco lairs are eeqiiesiod to eport to u Optician near and cxprc.,cd herBolf tre. w and effect of a Judgment. This June nny omt'Blong or correctlors of dntcs Offics over II.Oculltt and (lle li one of the angel bund; ,.,. t ,he ljttll.. J. Mclloberts' Store tieorgetown, July 2j j da'. Uh, lyil. r.en I) ua being willing nnd rendy to Whpn ,lf (1L. er :To him n crown li given , chi)r Ky. Stanford, '1 I tJco. D. Florence, M. C. U. V. ('. lncnster, Julv 26 .1 day. go. In her dying bIi(. rcqunted' And a harp la in lil l.nnd Dnnvllln, August 5 43o Versailles, August 2 3day. I nays. her mother to rend from tho lllble One: more home I N. left ud and Innclv, 'lie Lexington, Anetin 7 fi das. nnd to Hlng "Set Morn tiood ll)es.," has learned the song ther fllns ' Ko.il Kouth, ICM r.M. HEED I HE WARNING n mote body laid to rent; lUiREill Sjirlnps, Aug. dayi. No, XI. South. 10:4.', a m. Whom Jchuf hath made frre; niter which she fell naleep .to awake Till thi. rlnal Uumnet hound. Unlontown, August 8 3 days, No. It, Vorth.inO a. . In the i'aradlne of never fading glory, And the glorious walls of hejiten ring Many Stanford People Have Dor.e So, raylorsvllle, August No. i(. North. 6ilV f, u. days. 84i 'days. nd the gr.noi. glveg up their dead. No. V, 10: A, M. With hln new born melody. HarTodBbuiR, August 8 there to meet friend nnd relatives No.,I:0r. M. Written by her teuctrt When the kidneys aro sic!: they Vanccunrg, Aupiift U4 days. who had nlrendy croaacd the crystal JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. Maude llrown. glo immlKtaknblc warnings th .t Klnl'ethtciwn, August 94 dny. Our undo wulks the stn-ctof heaven should tide. In lono y hours like then,. It Is not ho Ignored. Iiy oxnmln-I'l- c Laurenceburg, August li 1 da.vs. DR. T. W. PENNINGTON With to iki grief or pain, . the urine and treating the kld l.rltciiflnld, August 134 days. . vvv-vr Dentist ncys upjn the first sign of disorder,! HurksWlle, August 154 days. Safe In his neutenly happy home Hours 8:30-1A.M. and 1 to 4:30-P.His fea.ru all lied, his doubt all nlnlu inanj ii.ijh oi sunering may ne sated, i linn head. Aucust 1C 3 davs. otfice Myers House flats Stanford K? 4 riick klndeys oxrn'l a dark, Kern Creek, August 16 days lug urine, full of "Iirlckdust" side- - KliepherdsUlle, August 2.' I day. ,'':r..' WILL ADAMS , Hut, oh, he waits to welcome you ment and painful hi passage. Slug- - London, August 224 days Livery; all kinds of hauling,, Furglsh fclndcnya cause a dull pain In Krlnnger, Auuust 231 days, me with Joy and love bctfaw ,niture packing. OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We tho ..mall ol the bick, headaches,, Ubeity, August Jt 3 days. memories gold chain doth bind Phone 173 , S'arford, Ky. 3iixy Fnc U, tired languid feelings jtiermantown. August 24 Is dnvs. lh heart to kind friends should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over and frivpient rhwmiatic twinges. days.' Somerset. Augit t 29 MACCABEES Mist Delta Manuel. Doun's Kidneys IMIla are for the Hardinsliurg, August 2b 3 days, their final resting place. A. C. Sine, kidneys only. If you suffer from nny Nlchobsville, August 293 dayj. ot the alove symiitouis you can use j Ilardstown, Augiiht IIO 4 days. Deputy State Commander A monument is not expensive unless you care LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. no better remedy. Stanofrd, Ky., franklin, August 31 3 days. to have it so. hUnhird people Tecommend Ioan's rarti, September days. Mrs. Onlay Huflmsn'a Metre STANFORD TENT NO, 7. Kidney nils. & Monticello, iJepiembvr 4 davs. Our work is unsurpassed and considering qualriainiirr . Meets : 4Ui -. Monday n- - NifUt . John H. Wren, B. Main tL, Stan- Alexandria, September 5 5 days. . Notice of 8ale. ford. Kj, ayr I ltnaw from Urge stock to seity, is very cheap. We have 4 days. Mount Olivet, Sept. 5 rs. Daisy HuflDmn's Hcfre. TREES perlence that Doan's Kidney 1'llls an-a- Hodgemile, September 5 3 days. DetcndnntR. Everything for Orchard Lawn lect from. that Is claimed for them. Off nnd !ftfnder8 September 6 4 days. 1'ursuant to a JudgmenC rendered on for several years had severe at Kentuckr State Fair, Louisville, Sepand Garden. In the above styled cause at .the Mny tack, of lanie back. J often did I work tember II ti daya. Writ for Free Catalogue. No. Agents term, ISM. of the aforesaid court, the that stooping nnd at such Horse Cine September days. H. F. HILLENMEYER A, SONS. unurrslgneri eonimlFrtonef. 'Win on time the tnmible became worse. May field, September 27 204 4 days. Friday, June ?J. 1911, at J.n o'clock, I nere wa nhw a too frequent desire Ilasgloil .September 27 4 days. Lexington, Kentucky. T p. m , In front of the court house to vurn the kidney ecrettonn both vr :nni J 42 N.' Broadway, ooor In Stanford. 'Ky., sell at public day tind night. Doan's Kidney ii outcry to the nlgHest nnfl best bid relle-wme and have never galled to nuuciri me wnen have taken them imiinnMiHiiiii HIHIBI n supremo satisfaction to hate prom-(hon which we cnu ml)' thnt their In another life nfter ttiln wlcre we w.ll nccr xy gixxl bye and where pait lug Ik no more. Knte wus noted lor her kind disposition and lot able which won for her many trlendn Thu Irrepnmb e loss Kiistnlned by the Mother nnd other relatives enn never bu undemtotxl except tiy thern. After lunernl vervlcua by He Coml. , the resualna were Inld to ted in I'leaniint ' "lnt cemetery, there to reinnfn until I)1RIIBEC Office LOGAN'S STABLE, I'hone 4 Z, Agent American Hog Cho'cra Scrum. DANVILLE. KY. I I Hlnn-fon- l, ''? ,,. .,, 'r .- 3 T1METHBLE S- -H s 2 MONUMENTS 1 u , 1 40 .- ll Wm. Adams & Son. THE LARGEST d 1 BANKING NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD other. A since." Knrskle by aU dealers. Price 10 roatep-filbtin- r ceta. Co- Uuffalo. Now Tork. ade- agents for tie Unit ed Btxtes. Heniember the name and takc no Saaijto - k Rmhr Curw His Cowtipition ''iBssssB'JWeBfaasaal Try it Frw tmbtrs tho atrenfthtnln way for aiy family torttaia til (m4 kMltk f tlllts Ita tonle Inaradlaats Nrai Xiark Miiy 20, 101.1 Lincoln Co. .' Stan ford t National Banl 'If Gentltjinon: general Investigation has been at a special eeaalati of the Federal grand jury at Pttuburg Into the afraurs ot tb Pitsburg Ccoil Company and the Slonongahela Hiver Con toltdated Coal and Coke Company. Th. Archblahop of Paris denld the requost of Sladame Koivler, that tho furforal ol her "nte husband, Senator Itouvler, bo conducted In the Catholic church. it 1s .reported tfuit Vlco Admiral Union L'riu. who was educated at An- iiapolis, will he appointed Jnuarvesc Ambassador to WVhlngton. commenced Tba editors of --JUaJth Uinta" an4 "QnaatioaB anil Anawara" have one qua. tlon that la put to them more often than any ether, Anil which, atrancely wpugh. they And the mast difficult to That la "How can I cure mr oonatlpa-tlon- n Dr. OaMwall, an eminent apedallat In dlacasee of the atomaeh. liver and bowela d haa looked the whole field over, ha the ececialty for forty years and la ceavlneed that the lnsredients contained In what It called Dr. Caldwell'a Syrup Pepsin has the best claim to attention from constipated people. Its succees fn the cure of stubborn con stlpatlon has done much to displace the use of salts, waters, strons cathartics and such things. Syrup Pepslrf. by train-In- s the stomach and bowel muscles to aa.ln do their work naturally, and with prac-tlae- nrr. can be obtained by writing the doctor. Dr. Caldwell does not feel that purchase of his remedy ends his tho lie haa specialised In atomticli. liver and bowel diseases for over forty years and will be pleased to give tho reader any advice on the subject fno of charge. All are welcome to wrlto him. whether for the medical ad vlco ?.t lh0 ,ree eamnle address him ' Dr. w. D. Caldwell, ua Caiiiwrii i.itii.iinr. "' Monticello, 111. , n. nerves. brlnsa about a TaatlnsT cure. Anoni I U stronfeat aupportara are . Mr. . . . .. John ,umwi ' II aaiiwauBee ,Ave , tZ.iZ.lrwl; I!., ucuwi. jr. j. a. vernon or Oilu noma ujiy ana tnousands of others. It can be obtained of any druxglat at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, or If yoii want to try It first a free sample bottlo .. I mailing you aiider sapurate oovur, nn advance proof of tho forthcoming National Ijjank Roll of Honor nnd wish to congratulate you on tho fact; that; your excellent institution is ropresontod thereon, Approximately thoro are seven thousnnd five hundred National Banks Less than thirteen hundred of theso are in tho United States. Wo aro -a iiss nail o wcaliierliy. who was snot wniif. out riding with compnn- sno byvilie, inns near ednesda nlelit, raade a slatoir.ent ,to MaJ Illdgo, ol tho police department, the nlfalr She said ahe fould easly recognize the man who nhot her It he ero brought borore ner. No effort will bu made for tho present to hnvo T. O. West, under nr- rost for the crhne, conlronted by hlr alleged victim. g FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY STRONG- on-titl- ed to position on the Roll of Honor. This statement Banks possess. which is open to rons, present and It sterling institutions, and p 3Vl burning Itch? That It MUST bo cooled T Roll of Honor reveal? tho That you must havo relief? (iet a mixture of oil and winter. among such honor tc bo is creen, thymol, and other soothing In ' 'Preulcnts as compounded only In I). you will no tho opjDortunity d. prescription. I TUo very first drops STOP that nw. ful buring instantly! you to impress tho pat- on Tho first drops sootho and henll D. U. 1)., gives you comfoit clean prospective. ses thu .kln of all ' Impurities and washes nvay pimples and bmtrhos Rospeotfully yours, ever night! Take our word on It as your loom TI:IE"FINANGIER PUBLISHING CO., druggist. (Jet, a 1.00 or a ."5 cont bottlo today, , Shugara and Tanner By C. A. Ha.enjjProsident Stanford, Ky. IS YOUR SKIN ON FIRE Doc it seem to you that you can't etnnit another mlnuto or that awful And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. PROGRESSIVE ACCOMMODATING - ,. J f distinctive character that indeed an numbered Open an Account With us ' TO-DAY. SURPLUS $25,000 ! doubt appreciate your friends and fact u MR. FARMER: Make your home as modern fur vour ikmilv .. . ;- .residence, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotatp.rv at any time. Tliia can he acooruplished by means of our eephone MTx'Jce which you and your neighbors cau get for'a sura that is fiuall compared with mew i.ino rate, n you are not ni preeenrflnjoyiiig teleiihouc service wo can immediately interest you. Our Hues the States of Kentucky I'euneftee, Sliasissiiini, Louisiana and the SoiiOlfoji portion of Indiana n.i HUm.is. EAST TENNESSEE VeL. & TEL. CO URAL TELEPHONES. cw, ol (IXrOI rOKATKD) Uonal -- t- nmmrpTm0n The Inierior Journal. Establlnhed 187k ikM RtMt taking EtiT Mr Mr, MARKSBURY Illnnks nnd son, or Lincoln torotner, county, were Wsltlng hi BHELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher 1 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Btan-ford Entered at tho postortlce at ns second data mall. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Circuit Judge. HON. CHAItwcd A. HAHD1N, of Mercer County For Railroad Commltifner. William Wanks Miss (Icorula Dunn, went to Kddy vile last week In Interest of prison work. .Miss Dunn 1s president Ut prison wwk nnd Is snld to be dolnr. nuichi good along tills line Mrs. .Inn. Woods nnd Lucllo Woods of Lcxlnnton, nre coming tills week to visit frlemh at her old liomn. A verv rnjojnllp liny fide tas glv en last Tuesday evening by Miss Hay Jenkins, In honor ol her guest, Miss Held, of t'nllfornla Mrs. Noah Marse0 went to Nlch olaavlllo Saturday evening to make n short hlt to her sister, Mrs. Jako 3c Summer Clearance Sale of Superior Wall 1 Paper 3c Manufacrur-er'- s F. KIAIIt WILLIAM of Kayc tc County - FOR REPRESENTATIVE William II. Shanks nnnoiinceg his. from cnndldncy for Representative Lincoln county, subject to tlic nctlon ot the Democratic party. Weil, thoy pne "'lb' Kiair for Railroad Commissioner at the Sec- ond District Democratic convention POWDER Oraam of Tartar ya AHIWIIW laap rMMtTHIAITfa it ibj ya llrnt rifwrnm W ,noui, be namci positions, HICKORY Dunn ,Mls8es Marv nml I'yrena came out from Danville fnt week to visit Mrs. t C. Cable. 1). I)., ot llov Dourbon Daws, Georgetown, was the guest of Mr, II t'ny Sutton, one evening last week. Tho operntlon performed lust week en Mrs. Lucy Huffman, wns very iiccesiul nnd the pir.lent Is reported to bo doing ntceiy Mr, Morten Robinson and wife re Richmond, turned Monday from where they made n several days ttay with their son. Mr, Krank Hnb-Inso- Cnrponter. stock of wall paper that ever dime to Dnmlllo. It wn necessary for get Jobbers prices. purchased a larger stock than nny dealer In LexIn IxmiIhvIIIo bought ni heavily ns I did A large part of this stock arriving entirely too late for my nnnual spring opening. I wns enabled to make ns a result uf niv Khnlesnln purcbu-es- , I have Cussold more wall paper In the past lour months than has ever been sold In Danville In 12 month.') before. tomers hive come from lour counties. Notwlthttnndlng, I still have my fihehes and wnrrooiiiB crowed with the very belt creations of both thP foreign ami domestic manufacturers. jMt spring I bought tho biggest me to buy In car load lots In order to ington nnd only two or three dealcr w.ih delapd In shipment, much of It On account of the low prices that Tho only baking mowdar mad from Royal Orama Absolutely Pure I Propose to Sell my Stock Cost and Much Less in Many Grades. This sale will berln promntly. at Actual :iiu useat LoulsvUo wednci-aay- . demothe true blue, "ynller dog crat that we nre, we are lor mm, tooth nnd toe nail, hide and ha'r. SS'e have swallowed hU bolting of Deck-hnand the HucKInghnm IIoss, at one blc gulp, and, after such a doae. who can blame us or any otner uemo- crat wno nas sucn a pin nanaeu aim, for anything or nnybody wc might the least sold, the soon- We put the nominee 01 tho convention at otir masthead and will tear what Is left of our shirt to elect him, believing that the surest and best way to regenerate tbe party Js to make the fight within Its ranks not on the outside, and confident that If those who arc democrats from con- .Iction, do so, the rigut Is finally bound to prevail. It Li by desertion of the party and the fundamental principles It represents, by those who can not always have their own way In th0 selection of Its nominees that has remitted In a republican governor now sitting in tne execu he chair at Frankfort and a rcpub can in tho national Senate from this commonwealth, and at other times that might be named, has cost democracy heavy when It would otherwise have triumphed. A great many of those who fought for Klalr the strongest are among the very ones who have proved the irnltnrfi nnd riftfinrtert In tlmn rt tiaaI Of course, they are demo- belore. crats now, and it can hardly be ex pected that they will bolt, now that they have had their way. I.ets show them what it means for a democrat. who ha8 not had his way to take his medicine like a little man. no matter est mended. i.n 7 .1 follow ? some future P.? them examp'o which the democrats are going to set brjfore roe ?em.oc,?lcr ' exempli- by the rule of the majority, and has spoken. Therefore we choer- fully acquiesce. anM-Kla- for the highest CHIPS advocate7 However, 1? I.ee and Oscar Vest Tne readablcnesS or tn0 Congres-th- e were united in the holy bond, oi DANVILLE, KY. matrimony on wednesaay, June i, 6lona, Uecor(1 bas plcked up Danville. Their many mentis jB the Bew congress. at j,me men never rcaIe now ,n. here wish them much happiness. ADC. 'IONAL LOCALS HOW COUNTRY lireat improvements have been t EDITORS signlflccnt they are until after mar-IQEr WHICH IS BEST DAIRY BREED? RICH. made on tho Johnson Hotel by a riage. now coat or paint. We believe our . represents only lne Oft W. S. Fish in every After long and careful little town is improving Quotlon Oft in Ashid and Nevtr and strongest insurance companies. tuckian can fall to approve the Bplen- WORK OF THE STORK ItBV. Satisfactorily Antwerod Elect34 tf protected. dldly progressive platform adopted oration, a great dml of worry Cyrus Johnson and wife are with Let him keep y"u ion of Individual U Vital. by the convention. ludy w- - have at last figured and It declares In i hi. narents here. emphatic terms for good roads, bet-- , how so many country ,sU(or8 out Mrs. Martha McOuffey and sisters, R, How often does that Question come rich. Here a the ter schools, removal of the penal inMrs. Jan e Houten. cralgie ana wars g0( Carriage painting, rubber tiring, up? It la constantly asked, and never cesi. There Is a ltcnt & stitutions of the state from politic, Altord spent the day with .Mrs. Mont child born in the elimination of the Third House or and repairing at prlcvs you can't beat satisfactorily answered. Which girl neighborhood. Dishon Saturady. Tn attending lobby, which has become so nogets 110. The editor gires Kev. Combj mid family are visit unywhere. J. U. Ely. Junction City, wll! make the best wife? There are a torious at Frankfort, the rigid Inthe lomHungei juungster a great ing friends and rclathes at Ilerea. Ky. '. host ot null trying to And out. spection of banks, the popular elec- -' ana lime granti- Mrs. Laswell On tb cow question th followtng send off nnd gets 0. It Is cirlitrn-etlon of United States Senators, a diand the daughter are spending a few weeks gets i n stpenbereens sells, builds, re classification by Prof. F, E. Wood- editor gets minister grot, $.', and the rect primary law, all expenses J00. with her son. Dr. Iaswcll here. It nnd marnnd adjusts scales at roc oot- - ward of Utah Is comprehensive, fair ries which are to be paid by the state. n The editor publishes another Mrs. Wm. Surber andn daughter. pairs DrlCPS bCiOr long, winded, flowery May. are visiting Mr and Mrs. Ueo. nm nrlrm. Hen hint for Orchard, Ky. and Just: amendment to the constitution, glv article and you buy. Address Crab lng the people the right to change Hanked with reference to the tells a doien lies about ,"thc beautiGllllland this v,ek. thrtlr taxation system If they wish, amount of milk produced, the bredi ful nnd accomplished Mrs. W. I. McCarty and son, Mike U1de '' The) FEW. KILi-- S LIGHTNING Uernard, are with relatlvoi here. and other measures which will benestand as follows: Holiteln, Ayrshire, mlnlvter gets 110 and a piece ol tho fit the people of Kentucky as Itcv. Cannon rm returned home si In li)u6 lightning killed ( only lt Guernsey and Jersey With reference take. Tho editor gets UU0 and, a a whole... It is a splendid platform, to cany the groom, subscripalter r. few days stay In the city. Ho people In this wholo country. One' to richness of' milk: Jersey, Ouerniojr, by Itev. nnd one upon which the democrats accompanied home tion aceount another was ar In the chances of death by lightning aro Ayrshire. Holiteln. With reference conn e of thu time he dies. can we'I submit to the people. Jones, of Ludow. The to color of milk: Guernsey, Jersey, dector gets from J!i o J100, thf MIbs Ida Waters, with her little less than two in a mlllki..Tho .chance Almlna Murphy, are visiting of death from llver,' kidney .or stom Ayrshire, Holiteln. With reference to minister ir"ts nnnthpn ST. mil fho nn. uloce. Every democrat who is for sire: Holsteln. Ayrshire. Guernsey, dertakcr gets from 5 to IW). Tho at McKinney. Is vastly greater, but not Jersey. for governor and wants to With reference to early maof ach trouble Sir. and Mrs. Kllas Harmon, punisneg a notice "Say, did a single stork bring jam. tee the democratic ticket win next bo used, as Itobert turity qualities: Jersey, Guernsey, divittt and an obituary two ul the t'erryvllle, were pleasant visitors If hlectrlc Dltters columnr November, ought to vote for E. J. Uncle Ottor long, lodge resolutions, a lot o Mnd,.cn. of West Burlington, la., prov here lat week. McDerrcott for lieutenant governor. "Of course I " poetry, and n card or thanks and Mr. and .Mrs. Jacob Nance visited ed. Four doctors gave hhn up after He'll be worth imany thousand votes "But not ail at oncer yet JP.000. No wonder many mi at F. Floyd's near McKinney this eight months of suffering from viru nnd is of the clasj of democrats who country editor j get rlcli.--E- i. week and yellow Jaundice. One of our residents an old bac- lent liver trouble helorcame in to prepare supper ono Ho wa8 then completely cured by NOTHING TO FEAR. evening not long ago. Alter getting Electric Hitters. They're u best iverythlng irt readiness to cook, he rem sat down to rest ana fel asleep. stomach, liver, nene and kidney Wren he awoke 'twas daybreak and edy and blood purifier on earth. On y hit supper was ready for breakfast; 50c at Penny's Drug toro. Tell cooked, too. t To Keep Young. QUAIL Think that you are young. On your Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hades, of birthday don't allow yourself to think and that you are a year old. Keep mental Albia, Ulted Mrs Klhert W. K. Taylor fnturday and Sunday, cobwebs, dust and braia ashes brushed A singing school Is conducted nt oft by frequent changes. Uethel every Saturday, nnd Sunday Ferris Golden Winnie. Don't be too ambitious. Tho canker by W. A. Owens. Morris Taylor nnd Oeorgo Taylor of overvaultlng ambition has eaten up Ayrshire. Holsteln. With refcrenco have completed tho new church n tho happiness of many n life and to ability to rustle for a living AyrHolden's Mill. There will be ser shortened Ha years. shire, Jersey, Guernsey, Holsteln. lre there the tldrd Sunday in Juno Put some beauty Into your life evThere Is very little dlffcrenco in the conducted by Itev. Morgan, o Cral ery day by seeing beautiful works of amount of butter fat that is produced Kveyotio in invited to bo art, Orchurd. beautiful bits of scenery or present. 1 his will ve tn iirst ser- rending some fine poem or selection by on the averago by various breeds. lu vice In the new edifice. There Is a groat deal more difference hor e belonging to lathis ()wcn tirose. Huffnlo News. Andrew Carnegie once suggested as an epitaph for his between tho Individuals of a breed ... choked to deutn ram than between tbo breeds, Good cows own tombstone what he said was the secret of his success : (ieorgo White Is ttl I on tho sick A PEEK INTO HIS POCKET nro found In every breed. And poor The Girl Go back and lick him, you " Here lies a man who surrounded himself with men l!t would show tho. box. or. Ilucklen's cows nro found In every breed. A coward' i'orn (o the wife of Tom Stevens, abler than himself." good Holsteln Is better than a poor Arnica Salvo that E. S. Loper, a carThe Victim tint he's already given u nliip pound girl. Jersey, and a good Jersey is better me two black eyes Many able people are working for you, scientists, inventon, " Fanners nro doing nicely with penter, of Mnrillo, N. Y always poor Holsteln. The selection their cidp,, In this ttcccor.. Tbe Girl Well, he can't give you manufacturers, all trying to make something you want. Do you use I havo nevor had n cut, wound, than n of a breed, then, is not of so much any more, can he their brains and their efforts "surround yourself with them" or do ImU'e, or soro it would not soon JUMBO !miortnncb as tho selection Inyou plod along by yourself, years behind the times? heal," ho writes. Greatest healer of dividuals within tbe bred, of tho Th Black Cap. Take your own home. Have you your share of modem imMrs Janle Alford 11 visiting Mrs. burns, bells, bcalds, ennpped hands Tho Illustration shows tho hend ot A small, Ittup plcvo of black cloth One provements there money-savinInn0 Mason. nnd 'lips, tevereorun, skin eruptions, Ferris Golden Wlnnlo. a champion Is, accord In u to nnclvut cusiom, put .Mlu. Kdna Mnaon has been sick. eczema of the most important of these is a New Perfection Oil Cook-stovcorns nnd plies, Hoc nt Jersey Heifer on tho Wis- on tbe top of the Judge's wig In Engimproed now. but A New Pa lection itore Beret over hU kitchen. It uvci your iliength. Il consin state farm. i land before he (iushi sentence of I.ittlo Deulah Krvin Is Improved Penny's Drug tore. sTe fuel and lime. With tKe New Perfection OTen with the gltM doori y ou en t:rcaily. go on with your ironing or toy other work; and still be sure at a glance the joint u deuth mid 1h properly culled tho "senMr) an Stums Is kutferlng Iiiiin a touting properly. ' STARTS MUCH TROUBLE. M,d with 1. 2 J 3 burem. with tence cup," or "black cup." Covering Mllk Producing Power. long , turquott Llu cMmclcd chimfitrt. If all people know that neglect of tad foot. tho head slpi of tiiotiriilr DlMittd throughout. HftwiiomcV lb aro looking fine In this sec- - digestion, yellow Jaundice or virulent! Other things being equal, tho ca among the wni it hods 2. tad 3'Uimcr Itovci CM bo fad with or Ivruelltcs, Greeks, Itoiitnu I It'll now. wahoul a nUrt lop, whxh H fclldwh lhor troublu they would boon tnl: paclty for digestion of a dairy con ntitl .IrnA mid Is referred to lnwl rcVL Dr. King's Now Life Pills, and end it represents hor power wriu Dolii, ctrrywhiit I or !. for ou tho It's tho only safo way. Host for large, strong dlgostlvo organi lu Samuel II, 1.130. Putting II uicuUr to tut uwtrt witn W. S. Drye & Co. oIum headache, dyspopsln, chills Hlio Is able to nsslrnllato much fooc black cup Is not a grim sign of reIiud debility. !!5 cents nt Penny Standard Oil Company and transform It into more valuable venge of (ho law. but U rather n token and EMBALMERS UNDERTAKERS of sorrow, expressing tho regret tho Drtts Store. (Incorporated) food, milk ami butter fu' Hustonville, Ky. Jui".i;e- feels ut Imvlinr to condemn ta Teephone In Office prisoner to dentil. west- We- n....ir. .. a. .- -j - A man wh0 tnnk8 ho B ilnK n n&xM attendant at base ball If he can go to p,imes n Scvr York basn ball whenever he likes, wh tni he a king, ..Koovctt strong for Tatt for ,,,,.,.. tnng n hctt,,,nCi ..Tcddv the WJo old owl, knows Mr.' and' Mrs. C. C. Cable entertainweu tnnt tncge Amerlchn people flll course supper in honor up ana send thnt ed at soera1 nro g0nK t0 rse Mrs. Jno. ivoner of Camp reincarnated Thomas Jefferson, Gov of Mr. and Dr. and Mrs. Rose. Nelson nnd Omor of New Jersey to tho White went to Mt. Rev. Teddy doesn't Tntinr. and Mrs. Mnhan an appoint' House next year. nhnr ho filled Oh! No! war,t the licking himself, wont at that place Sunday morning ,ct Illg Tnft take It eitA evening. Norlh Carolina claims to be rals- )ng strawberries tut big ns peaches, KING'S MOUNTAIN ueorgla Is expected to hold up Its nna produce watermelons as big as rnonssca barrels. Farmers nre vcrv much encourag Insurgents In tbe Senate onfy ask ed since the nice rain on Sunday or a Lorlmer investigation that will evening. navld II cks and family, artcr liv not be a prearranged whitewashing ing In Cincinnati for some time, hav festival. Nearly every woman who has returned to their old home here. are ami wire Charles Chambers grown up children explains) It by saying she wag married very young prcparlnc to move to Danville. ClarJ. J. LIntuIcum has moved to "Almost a child," she will add. Dunn'g place nenr the depot. We're going to nave lots of locu.Ua ence W. C. Dye has been in ior sev Mrs. this year, whl e as for the honey well, the summer girl crop is iic- - cral days. W. Padgett Is Improving Mrs. (?. "" for some tlme "f- n after a severe llnes8 tne 4.Nvhen a ,nn mS!"e ,n,;reled Uttle Ivan Jacobs, in e curves on the son of .Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Jacobs ihMhe, ontnf lied suddenly on Saturday eveningThe remainof cholera Infantum. were laid to rest In the Pleasant that all eyes were on Gov. sro house of Mrs. Sutton, narrowly escaped being burned during tho electric storm Moudav of last week The lightning played 'dawn the chlmmny, ncrom the floor of nn upstnlM room to some suit and hat boxes which were burn entered the lug when Miss Sutton room. The bottom box was torn Into fragments nnd scattered about the Mr. Jno. Sutton who was room. stnndlng neor the door way, felt dl tlnctlv the shock In his jrighl arm. The dwelling Msr-Kar- Monday Morning at 9 O'clock, June 19th, 1911 For Ten Days All Papers that have been selling at 5 to 7 cents. per roll will be sold at The medium grade papers that mil at IS to !0c have marked down to 8 to 10 cents per roll. Imported' papers und specialties of the celebrated Strand and Craves factorial that veil the world over nt prices rang-lnfmtTi 75c to 91.00 rrr roll will go during this sale nt CO to 50 cent. You now hnvo a chance to secure real hlghclae6 papers at the prlcoi you havo heretofore paid for rneap stuff. People owning fiats, tenant hcuse nnd boarding houses should tako advantage of this exceptional o; portunlty to rnake their p:aces look fresh nql new. g Per roll Remember This Sale Begins Next Monday Court Day County ""'"' hJZ it "ILA.LK .ffiE I",rtwi,'''? Paint cemetery. Mlta r,es8 h0 ,8 worth matching, Ivu a. 3r A. E. GIBBONS Wall Papers, Paints and Painters' Supplies. Main St., Opposite Court House. Or BIB Wv mmf rercri (br phy-Bicl.- 38-K- d re-lue- -- "W ; Help for AM car-lies.- g, labor-savin- g, health-promotin- e. 1 riicooifst ila Anglo-Biuoi- u , Lsam. gptitmnms ,A - 3U r -- v- w t0gf w W ", r '"wj PERSONAL and SOCIAL Mm. III V.. V for sovernl dat'j past. Frank Phillip enmc up from Wood tin neon quite Iin-do- ARE YOU FREE FROM Headaches, Colds, Indigestion, Pains, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Dizziness? it you arc not, the most effective, prompt and pleasant method of getting rid o them is to take, now nnd then, n descttspoon-fu- l of the ever refreshing and truly beneficial laxative remedy Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. It is well known throughout the world as the best of family laxative remedies, because it acts so gently and strengthens naturally without irritating the system in any way. To get its beneficial effects it is always necessary to buy the genuine, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., bearing the name of the Company, plainly printed on the front of every package. Hundav Miss Harnh Hundley, who linn been attending sehrol nt HL. Cmthcrlnci ii'turncd Wcdncsdny. A (J. Ihinmnn, who Inn been work filming lem hir lor th0 Frnnklort severnl weeks pnny nt Frankfort, for has returned home II (. Carpenter went to NIcIiorh vllle, Wednesday to attend thn wedHell to Mr. I.ucllo ding of Ml Pearco Plnkorton, of Oinnlia, Neb. Ik oiio of tlir attendMr. Cnipcnlcr June Clearance Sale a T 1113)511(1 tSIHHBBSZQKIQIESra $ ants. June 17th to July 1st Beginning Saturday, June 17th, and continuing until July 1st, we w ill offer everything in our entire stock, except a few restricted price articles, at very decided reductions from lowest regular prices. This is not a sale of just a few selected articles, but pick and choice of merchandise throughout our various departments at lower prices than ever quotea in any previous Clearance Sale, as our stock is entirely too large and we intend reducing it to the minimum by July 1st. Sale will be continued full two weeks, so that all trade may have an opportunity to attend. out-of-to- wn Ji noWrny KowIp, of lebnnnn tion, ron or N W Fowlc, of this to plnor, vnn married V ediiesd.t) Dollle Matey, n:ro of Lebanon Mln Junction. The groom In a ti'Vgrnph operator and stands well with lit" company. Mr ami Mr J W Unities. Mr and Mr. (Jforgn KVrklandy Of Mr and N'cvv Mexleo, went Kiietiis et Mr. V. I'. Klncnld, Hiinday llel home from Huntington, W Vn . Mon day evening after n IcnRthy visit to rclatltcs. Mint Virginia llourno will MIm Florence Trnchenrt, returned lltl later . Florence, who Is liolns .tirk .1 II, Paxton nnd son, .l.in s, ursed liy numy of 111 parly renders ire In tancnstcr nltu lur atdrr to become a cmdldato for the ""Mlii Jennie bei n or nomination for Halltond tho sick Hot forllfckrr :ian several da). leturn n UeorKe action. Cnnimlii Inner, went to (.nulivllln ami In unw tlo democ atlc convention Pontntoc, Mm. J. II WrlKlit. ot Miss. In her0 for a visit to her iMf cnts, Mr nnd Mr K T. I'enee TMs lnee her mar In her first tlslt home rlare. parent, ' . health resort, and in) that the wat- crn are tine llenr llrlght Hay . the genial night clerk of the popular McColltim llout" at Junction City, passed tbrour.li here early In the week on a hort llt to tN- - mountnln. Pr V J Children,, panned through htitnford Monday en petite to ML "hort tlslt Vernnn for Miss llcrln Jean I'enny has return, rd from n pleasant llt to her aiint, Mm T B. Webb, Jr. In Knoxtili- Miss Nan M 'in I'F Ih heie Iron Sewmet, Itf guest of Mis Mary lllgglw. I)r lv J Drown iii.k1 a short ttip up to HriMlhend tnrlv In the week Mr. Cuitln Wilson tun returned to Atitonla." Han Crnh Orchard, from Dallas nnd other places ot Interest in Texas. He lro stopped In Hunt Ingdon, Tenn., to see Mr J T Hater Mmrgitrt-- t tnd Elizabeth .Mlsse Fox of lanvllle, ere guest of the Misses llaushman. Geo. Kills of Cunningham, Kansas, I, here to see bin mother, who Is In t.or health. , arrived jesterday to spend acr-ra- l weeks wlih her grandmother, Mr. Mary IVnn). John IJ. Foster. W. I,. McCany, U It. Hughes, J. W. HuUheson. J. W. William, W. T. I Ran anu Jir. hw nclds, auiomoblled t FViinkfort this eek and Inspected t e plant ol the New Kngland Chair Company In the pententlary. Miss Virginia Mshonv. of Allen-Wile- Orln-enV K. Mr. and Mr She was ncrmn In lindon. panled bv her daughter, Josrplno Harris with her Mlsl Knthryn l grnnd parent, In Uincnster, f(r week (loorgc IViwner of Cincinnati, who I a valued employe ot the Inhn II Pry (Joodn Co., In spending hi Howard nrntlon here with Newland. J. Ieo Murphy U home ngan from he where Bprings iSolilen Dawn ppent sometime for hln health which He linn not been of the bent lately with Jason Ik terv much plrnsed iwhom'n hnndrome pleasure and sev-em- Mm. J IJ Harris U tlsltlng her n Mlds Mnda K Miller In at hnm fiMu Klioxvl Je where the has It, n teaching for the past term. Pi or J. W Ireland is In lllrhmcnri lnltlng (lie I'm n rn Kt.ui this wet-Normal Hchool. Mr ami Mm W. 1. Klnrald made a pleasant tlslt to Mr and Mrs J. (!. Ilmnslde at Point l.envell Wednes day J. I, ,lnrvla who mot i ft to lienor rimnty on n.'llnt- - lrm lieiir Saltlsa was here Monday shnk-tiibunds with his mnny frlendn. . WASH GOODS Mls,i Nancy Veager rttuinrd rome from Pittsburg, a, wterv she has 5c Choice or nil 7'ic Ap.on Glng- sH-n- l the winter with her aun, Mrs hams. J li. Johnston, taking a special rim 9c All Hates, Seersucl.er and A V. sic euirse in a consertatory there C. lire i OlngTiams Her mother, Mrs. Sue Veager went to I Cincinnati and accompanied ler on 9c Choice or a 1'J'iC Piinud lawni and' Ilatlslefl. home. Cholco of a.l 18c Printed Mr, and Mr. James U. Sautlej, nt 12Jc Flaxon and Irlih I.lnette. (iia)Hvlle, Tenn., and little daughter spent Fltday with til mutiier and 1e Cholcp cf all 1SC Galtea CUths holce of all 25c Zephr 'line- 19c other relutlies here. bams and Kgyptlan Tlis.ioi. Mm. II. Itowan tvuriey and little oki lift Thursday for Pueblo, Col , 9c For Une Quality Mndrns Shining to spend the summer with ber fattier Mr George It. Kngieman. WHITE GOODS who hss Cnptlan V It. lirlilalu All White Goods reduced. We tipi'ti stntloned during tbr winter off the coast or Honduras, will be assign can mmtion enly a few Items. ed to Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Oc For 45 Inch Sheer Persian lawn nete- - sold under lfcc for the summer. He will be joint d Mm, ilrlttlnu and Mt.ih Ollle 10c Sheer Chcckod Muslins nnd Paja- Iher Maldwln- - Hlchiiiond Climax. ma Cloths, worth i5c. Mr, J S, lllce Is In Tenncssir, 12' jc Plain 3S inch looks Flaxon, iii.lklng a visit to he? ulster. like linen, wear bitter. .Mrs. W lDKan Wood, of lanTlfic, was h guest of her mothir hire SHEETS AND COTTONS this week. DurUg thl sale we will ofler Cecil Manning has been delivering special reductions on all kinds of Do- mall on it. F. I). No. J this while his brother, popular Carrier J. raestlcs, Hhios. Pll ow. Cases nnd A Manning ha been off on thu slrk ;oodn by the yard. 8c For Hope 1IU acted Muslin. lilt. Kxtra Good Pillow Case'. W. W. Carter and Mrr. Chat. Mr 69c Fine Quality Sheet! Slxyl. , ot l.ettaron Junrtk) McUrudiT, were gueitts of Mm S. T. Huberts at .Miss Vloln lintdy wan al- ltowlnnd. uo Ikt guest. City, Is J 11. Carter, ot Salt tislstlng his mother, Mrs. S. R Cur-to- mi No Goods Laid uu ....... ....... ........... Aside TAILORED SUITS m or Sent on Approval m et. t Jiti-i- SILKS H pj en s stock nt subbtnntlal rtiluo tlons for this .ale. 29c Scco Foi!.Uilj selling up to 4'."' 39c A I Silk Foulards s'lllni; al 5!c. 49c All Foulard sell at .1'Jc. 69c Cheney Ilros., $1.00 Fouls rdr. 39c Silk Pcpllns. all colors from fJe 49c Satin Messallnes, all colon, from 85c Ul.ick MesBaline, yard wide, V--- H All Tailored Suits at half price. 7.50 Any Wool Suit that was $10. $10 Any Wool Suit that wag $2it. $12.50 Any Wool Suit that was $23. $2.95 Any I.lncn Suit up to $.&:. $5 Any linen Suit up to $1U. KvcrT piece of sill; In our B m SILKS DRESSES JJ $7.50 Choice or all $15 SI k Dresses $10 Choice or all J2J Silk Drwns. $15 Choice of aIV 9 SO Dresses All thin White Dresses, Olnrrhum . pj t r 5 U pjj Ik and Ijwn Dresses, Klmonag and Petticoat at tery decided roluctlons for this sale. m UNDERWEAR Ladles Summer Vnsts, taped neck nnd arms, our hest 10: vwt. 12! nc l.idles Summer Vests, In thrtc Jplenold ntyles, value 20r. AH our Gauze Vests anJ Union Suits, also all Muslin Pnilerwear "in Gowns, Drawers, Skirts, etc., nt duced pricoF. 'jc DRESS SKIRTS We bate' exactly ICO Skl.ts In itock All thin White stvt-- ot toi'et Panamas, and fan?y mixtures; nil offered at swee I g reductions $2.95 For all Wcol Panama Sk rts. Mlxtu es wcro $3.75 Panama,, and r It ajj $3.50. J J HOSIERY A I AND . GLOVES $5.0 Trimmed Voils were $S.r.0. Hosiery kind at leluced prices. und Gloves of every w-- SHIRT WAISTS H 85c Choice of Waists selllnc a $1. Ulng at $1.25 98c Choice ot Wals s Waists selling at $1.20 Choice of $150. CORSETS in our stock ruluc- ed, Including suck celebrated n.akea as Nemo, Hon Ton and Thomson's Glove Fitting. Etery Corset :2tc ike r. Charles Hurton, ot Monticelln hero this week and bought a number ot good horses from arlous rallies. He paid Wat Dudderar Kfm rer oe; got one trom Jotui Uooch tor Sli an one trom I.ilburn UikkTi lur Window Shades Reduced Two Specials at 25c and 50c Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases 25C SOC " iQ m At Greatly Reduced Prices " J. I,. Wilder former!at Kuhank, with his wife and family . Mrs iirr the guests of Mh sister section 8am ItobertnlntiieMaywood They will go to Crab Orchard lor a to Robert Collier and famll tore leaMnr on a prospecting; trip to Texas nnd C.illfornl- H-.- . Newii comes from Orlando, Mrs. K. C. Walton I, unite 111. ihst Her s ler. Mis. L)lcs, uj .Nanvllle,. his gone to her bedside. It Ij under-stJd- llt l'. V letter received bv Mrs. Walton h !. H- l oopcr. later, states that her condition Is somewhat Improve! thougti he Is stl'l In bad shape. Mrs Wntonn h"t of tilends In Lincoln will .dticrely tniit that her Illness will be of shoit du.n i II Ow'.lo.v. (I. I.. I'ennv. W. 8. lliirch. T. J. SHORT LOCAL NEWS Hill. Jr. nnd 8. M. Saufley, attended Hnllroid ditilct Wednesday, C nvon-tUthe when nt loulsIP0 Wedding presents at Mueller's cf W. S lv nlr.ol Lexlnston was nominated without opposition. Mr Ilurcl Come one and n'l to our home til jmis iho Ughth dl'itrlct membor on nil natlwi tho tommltteo on orginlzatlon while int show and spo 25c src and in ot lume AdmlHklon Cc. y. M rt ulley was chosen one the hu r tirlen ot thu contention " For Rale On lincaster street, X mom house nnd lot. Parn, chicken tiuiiao and coi house, etc. All new C. C. Hooch. Pncu right. A IMer heie, Mrs - oiio Irom Oeorgc ixigpn. Mtises Helen, and Martha (Jill. ir Lancaster, have been the eifctth ot Iib llcsilu Hardin this week. Mi. K. J Ilrown nnd sons, nuse'l to her nnd' I'reicott, are on b brother at Cumberland (Jap and some tine fishing. Mr. und Mrs J H. Ilaiighmnn and laiully are siH'nding tome time at the Springs ror their co eli'rated Health Miss Hollo Alcorn leates this week for nn extended tour of Kurope She will go with a party of friends. M,m J M Owsley returned ro nrr home nt Mnrlann.i, Fla , thN wee after a pleasant visit to tier brother, .and Mm Welch Hocncster, and Ladies, Misses and Children's """ m JJ m MattingS, RugS and tilt .?'' QHrc 4 At Reduced Prices Furniture At Reduced Prices " Lace Curtains and Z jt EV- Curtain Nets At Reduced Prices m '' lr DANVILLE WMsmJi. '0Z0Z WM)mH Tmm I 'K-,":V 1 KENTUCKY Kc-cn- d m 15-l- .r W7k KWi t A-- -u . of Coffey & Coleman." Try it "novor fall" ltorosono can tor L .i ir ....I iii,i iintii vou oter buw LlJ used, bring It back nnd got your Ifionoy, Thafu tho ttny wo sell It. Jt r.OLEMAN. 1 Prompt Delivery. . 196. fiETSY'3 POIN I und; What has become or tho old took who hal something on tho po dono until stov0 that would no tlut promptday after tomorrow ness governs tho dny. If you want up in dato groceries you immeumieiy fusU-tone- d ('t)At. Is tl:0 lieht for cooking nnd etcntunlly jou will uo Why not begin and so what you i It htvi lost by not ttartlng sooner? At Denlinnm yards nt Slnnlonl and Rowland ilyomol hns relieved nnd imnelltod mon- - catnrrh sufurern than nil tho Hicntho It; sieelnllstH In America that's nl Gnainnteed by O. I.. Penny lor catarrh, croup, asthma and time j .mil throat iillniontji. Complete outlit $100. I IIKX tntri 4G-- On Friday and Saturdr.y, June 30 and July 1st all hatn. flutter, ribbo bons etc in my establishment placed on tin market nt below i,nst. auu-- , lor spot men. miss una May deiu. tri "-- .think I rnecrv k ing cotiplos out In bugglos. notwlih-ht.indliitho heat of tho day thou fcllowa ttero out with best Rlrls iimKing nay wune uio sun g A man who drovo ffom Wllmoro to HUnloiid In nn iititomobllo Sunday nttornmn counted twenty dx court- Phone ui'H 'lilnliig Sunday scvices at tho llaptist HAIL For S1.50 per acre I Al parties hating claims again t church; Sunday chool U::S0. Preachwill thu estitto ot Frank Vaugluin, your tobacco against loss or will prebent them to me. ing scrtlces 10:45 A. M. No service damage by hall. You should have It. properly pioten, ou or before thu in tho evening. R. M. Newland, Agent. Carpenter has lecelted 1st Any of August, l'Jll or beore eTtr Ir. J. O. Phone 168. jmrn barred. Executor, W. M. Myers, winl ol tho dntn in i Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Ust week of Dr. Joseph Price, who Hnstonvllle, Ky. with LOCtL API'LICATIONS. m lhy nnnot mt i usslstod lu the loundlng of tho olu For Salt? l win seli . ,, the u a hl.MMl nr miuil it oC lb OIjicu. .lotepu I'rlco hospital In Stanford .Muck Fibber, n popular nnd well tutloaal dlMiue. and In ordrr to cure It sou mutt Ufto Hon at IP o'cock iuay, Jun0 23. In Hall'i Catarrh nnd who was here a number of ttmoe known young gentleman ot Crab Or- Internal reinnlm. directly upon the Cure u taken and acta blood and inurout front of the moou-a- i eourthouso door in Stan-for- d urtacc llaua (llarrh t. was one ot the ureatesi chard, lii a accepted a position ns cine. It waa prearrlbe.1 byCure la not a quark medione or the beet phjilrlana a N23 Star Piano, brand new men in the countiy At Wearen, In thli country lor yean and ta a regular prmrlpiiun. clerk with Cummins n.) ttunpoacd ol lien and will be gnld toyeo his manv Itltlla the beat bloodthe beat toalca anoon. coroblaeo a bplendld instrument, Terms J'"i nurlaera. the Irtin't loruot the ""ate for "lL,,'"jft' tl lends Horn the K:i8t End when they mucnui aurlacea. Tbii pcrrrclactinx directly uo the. cash, balance ?10 a month Is what auch vuidrrlul re. tlomil Troubadouis. Juno 20th. IJIl eonio tu town. to Incredlenu caisrrn. producra combination offree. i flit Interest. E. J. Fort!, nt C per uiw iu curni rite Dantllle, Col rmi CO..lmllmonUM. a. 25e, ar.o and f0c. Admls-IoA I'ropa. Toledo, I. P. Chandler, Auctioneer. u ,. k r.1' J rm. uj 1nu.KWia. prif-- T3C Pi of J. W. Ireland requests tho Taaa liall a lamllr "Uia lor constipation. See the -- Olh Centurj dirts, Tues- J. to itato that tile name of Miss day ulght. June 20th, It'll. Adml. .Mitsy Crimes was inadvertently SheilfX w u McCarty. Tho took four lon 25c, 35c and 50c. omitted from tU Honor Itoll ot tho which play "PlamondR ami Hearts" negio piUoner, who wore wits such a success at More-lani htth grade of last month. Sho made and beuttneed at the recenteontictetl till t week, will lix r,iw..ii.,i n term ot wiltea tho I. a lino mink ami tier name should J. H. Mtlng-to,.. .1 trie I.llICO n C'irrilll , ltovmi....... b.iv fhrndlL your Krl- liixir hate been included with the others A smallsprings nextfeeFriday etenlng.' this week. They mn,l ndmlsslon chnig- ueie the three n.w will isu0 that our nuetlng wl.l be- ut thu time of publication. mo proceeds being for tho hem- - ,rtws who wnjlald nnd .robbe.l the tln ci Kriuay nigui tobacco men on the Danvillo pike In Of the Mnrelntnl ('lirlcHnu hnrrh S. (. Drown, n valued subscriber lit Mr. Iloucliln will servo lunch at 15 who goes mi -ii inn.iwlnir fnr her 1 J, for an- - to th0 I. J. at Eubank, wu nn appre cents to jhoso who irom o yeais. Curl0y t attend. or Johnto ml H..U jlawklns. 5 tt othor )o.r, Mrs. T. C. ' Carter, Kot ciated caller at the ollicc Monday ears each l cau l wrltti'fi lie May tl.nt his hntiHu recent y burn i.uwrencobiirg .. .. He aleu took Imv, m...n All bablea born In this, Magisterial ,.i..n, wiiiwiiii it. I wns ruUed In ed down In the night time causing a .'.V'"1:1' ."f rol,w,'K llaughnmnw pi dear old Lincoln county nnd the mu loss of about cJ.300, Ho carried !, district. No. 1 mun be immediately ' wiiistTVe one to lite yoaru .OU IriMininco with the compunioj reported to the Local HegUtiar by per and all tho poop e ar0 uo.ir to 1 lived ther,, 2C .tears hi fore I came ,epreenttd 'n Stnnlunl by W. is. the midwife.. Those not reporting A tieniendous nmouiit or FUh, so will nut siift.tr so heavily us will bo prot ceded against nccordlng mall down liore." ter was handled tlinmnh n... matW. A, Carson, Locnl Itegls-trnII lie had no protection There wero to Inw ford postonice during the month or in tli Al pnrsung havlni! claims mtnlnst 1". moivbnrs of 1:1, i fniully Miiv during which periwd McCormlok, honun at the time and they escaped tho ixMrlal the estato ol Martin otllcin, leipilred ti,..t nn exact a AUTOMOBILE SERVICE will prosont thorn proparly Willi Utile more than their clothes. diceasml coiint be Kent bv tin. tho Humes discovered Clean, ltellablo Inrs. tr rilled us rcnulnd by law. to tue in when fire broke out wero two lluic was handled n tlu. inr,,i it.... He about o'clock DAN onco K S Alcorn, nttoniev for II.LE MOTOR & El.ECTUIC CO jxictJy -t o,,jU ,,1. lnal, nD(, In ihoni.ng und ip dwelfi's wis cCol'Uk. uduunHtr.i'rlx Postmaster I lorenct-- rav that I A' I i as i of u'on Danvlllo, Ky, as r t tr n light montt licsh. ror Sale A splendid Hounn Saulley. milk 'cow, jc-jr, d f, 1 r. .. .,..,.,, Mo-io- - V Oxfords At your own price in Tan, Oxblood Brown etc. $3.50 value, reduced to $1.98. SUNDAY Lwon THE Ten XII. SCHOOL : SPRING : MINGS SME FEET : HERE IS A POSITIVE CURE: Second Quarter, For June 18, 1911. SERIES. New Goods Once more we call your attention to our Summer Clothing. INTERNATIONAL of ths Ltiton, II Kings xvll, 114 Memory Vsris, 14 Oold.n Ttxt, Prov. xxlx, 1 Commentary Prepared by Rsv. 0. M. 8tearns. A brief summary of tiro story of tbe ten tribes and their sin In found In verse 21 of our lesion chapter In these words. "He rent Israel from the bouse of David, and tlicy made Jcrobonm. the ion of Nebat. king, and Jeroboam drave Israel from following tho Lord and made them sin a great sin." Our whole lesion today Is n summary of the sin of tho ten tribes. From their first king. Jeroboam, to their last, they had. Including these two. nineteen rulers covering a period of 200 years, part of which was an Inter regnum and part a tlmo of anarchy. There was not ooo good ruler among them all. nor any real turning to tho Lord, though Ho sent them from time to tlmo as His messengers to plead With them, tho unnamed man of God Dry from Judah and the prophets Ahljah, HUSTONVILLE Elijah. Mlcalah. KIIMm. Jonah. Hosea. Amos and Oded. Tho record of their Oiir farmer are rejoicing slure persistent rclielllon and sin Is given briefly In Terse 14 to 18 of our lesson llm n l rival of thnt splendid rain Mun chapter, and what n record It Is! They day eenlng. HilhiH McKlnry Is. Wlously 1f would not hear, did not believe In the Lord their God. rejected Ills statutes. Irom the effects of an Injured loot left all His commandments, followed llmt Is getting worno Instead of bit vanity and became vain, sold s ter. to do evil In tho sight of the The Union meeting of the three Lord. The record concerning Judah churches In our boloved city held nt over a hundred years later reads thus: "They mocked the messengers of God llio Hantlst Church Inst Sunday een Splendid and despised nis words and misused Ing was well attended. each denomitalks by the pastors nia prophets nntll the wrath of tho nation, oWdenced trueof brotherly love Lord arose against nis people till and n firm determination to work In there was no remedy" (II Chron. union for tho bringing of souls to zxzvl. 10). Christ. Last days have always been times of ThP proepect for n bountiful crop great rebel! ten against God. as were this year In this vicinity was never the days of Noah before tbe flood more flattering. Our farmers c,ver (qen. vl. B. 11. 12h and. according to wore broader smiles nor felt more the testimony of our Lord Jesus, such thankful to "The Master" 'for III' wll be tbe case again at the end of generality. Mrs. Maggie Rudolph, or St Ixmlr. this age Just beforo He shall come In who has been the guest of her cousin His glory 4o set np Ills kingdom of Mrs. K. McCormark on West Main righteousness and peace on this earth street, hp.g home after a (Matt xxlv. Luke xvll. two weeks delightful If It. The present unbelief In high places. In Mr. D. S. Carpenter, who has been pulpits and In many theological semi- quite II for some wcek'i past, w naries la a sure Indication that we are are glad to report him much better In the last days of this evil age. which and hope for his full recovery at nn date. are described In II Tim. III. It. 3. earlv Alcorn was called in Stanford Dr. 4; n Tot HI. As truly as the flood on professional business Wednesday came In the days of Noah, the captivi- and returned hom(. Thursday ties of Israel and Judah In their day. th Mr. Silas Sandldgu is one the destruction of Jerusalem and the moLt (otliclent hrofe handler, nnd scattering of Israel among all nations, trainers In the county. He Is caring so surely shall tho Judgments come that Inr Mr. I). S. Carpenter's buslncer are to closo this ago and Introduce a during his Illness". MIms McCormlck nnd iMnrJnrle better one of peaco and righteousness. Dunn, The warning as to what would come Mrs. Eugeneguestg were among the that attended the upon them If they turned away from HiHtonvllle n nuptta's nt Stantbe Lord and served other gods Is writ- ford on Thursday nfternoon, June ten very plainly In Deut Iv, and Slh. elsewhere, and. though the purpose of Mrs. Itary Logan, of lllrmlnr.ri.im, Ood may be delayed, whether for mer Ala, Is lsltlng her numerous friends er or Judgmeat It cannot be frustrated and relatives In our city where she an(las, xtr, 24). God gives many a warn- - was a resident for many years. Sh lssjr before ne Anally lets the stroke expressed a deslro to again be a citifall. In the days of tbe king preced- zen of Huston llle. The ladles of the C. W. II. M. met ing Hesbea a king of Assyria carried hnndsomp home of Thursday In way many captives (chapter xv, 20), Mr and Mrs. thc II Mocker on West- J. 1.1 W.C but the warning was not heeded. Ave. This waa probably the 8argon of irn who lives Mrs. Sarah M Walls 'a Iaa. zx, 1. On what Is known as near Geneva, Is In her "Rth year nna cylinder, exhumed from Nineveh, In good health. She was married. In an found these words. "I besieged the 1848 and is the mothor of thirteen efty of Samaria and took It I carried Ktfjldren. who havP 64 ana two off 27.280 of the citizens. I chose fifty itrrKit-- Kranacnimren Making chariots for myself from the wbosi jjiat. great numbering n total of five generations CRAB ORCHARD, KY. number taken. AH tbe other property 135 descendants. . of the people of the town I lest for cay Mesrs.yejsM-MeCormlekour servants to take. la the place of Amm wide aw&tfMPKueic.dalera, shiptaken Into captivity I sent thither ped last weeKlfReara of lambu, 1 car of lands conquered by me bogs and pne 'car cntllo for which w?r5?Si5n and Imposed tbe tribute on them which ihov n.itrf tnn.ton cf.the market. Miss Mary Murrell, of Campbells-vill- e I require from Assyrians." This reads nnd MUrs Elran McGee of Mt. very much like verso 24 of onr lessen , chapter, and the following verses tell Washington, were guests of Mr week. how this mixed multitude under the Julius McKlnney last from here to An Interurbon line teaching of one of tbe priests of Israel , Moreland Is among the fuvored p -learned to fear tbo Lord and ierve slhllltleu Mn the near future. mis is tbelr own gods after tbe manner line can be built at a remarkably !;1 of tho notions (verso 331. "They fear- l.iw- - tost, as the route Is a hill side More than most all thn way. ed the Lord and served their graven Images" (verse 41). which means that snventeen thousand acres of Umber brought they did not In any true sense fear tho h.ivi lieen nledced to boCincinnati, Lord (verse 34). They aro described In here for shipment to ready for businesstrill Isa. xxlx, 13 as tboso who honor God when more line Isdouble mis amount than only with mouth and lips, but have re and . DAniirilll when tiie route is h inn moved tho heart far from Him. and ' -- ..i... Tho Ilustomlle Comuie Is tnught by thc cinl Club has tno matter in uanu mm their fear toward Him precept of men. Sco also Trek, xxxlll. Hopes to have the aid and Inlluence ddO-K31. and tbe words of the Lord Jesus In of tho entire community. Mntt. xv, The last days of this tar particulars, the Secretary or present age nro described In II Tim. III. llustonvlllo Commercial Club. Mrs. Krancti Cable, who hns been Israel bad been brought out of Egypt weeks, we aro sorry to and placed In the land given to Abra- III for romo condition no ueiier. her ham. Isaac and Jacob that tbey might report nnd Mrs. V. .1. Mnnslleld of Mr hi be a peculiar people unto God. set 1 nvlnvlnn nrn HDCndlnC this week 8TANFORD, KENTUCKY. apart for Himself, unlike other na- with us and enjoying country llfo In eiittini) i long housed tions, having God nimself as their tho lllue Grass after r.v) tuuru king. Judge and lawgiver (Ex. xlx. kenson In thc city. Isa. xxxlll. 22). Hut first secretly and Mrs. Carrie Tray or, 01 near "" then openly they turned from God to land Is Alsltlng her relatives nnd Idols and did as tbe heathen whom tbe friends In our city this week. Lord carried nway before tbem (verses CALIFORNIA DRUGA LEADING Though ne sent many messenOIST gers wbo entreated them to turn from their evil ways and return to tbe Lord, Pusadena, Cal.. March a, 1911 tbey would not bear, but hardened UNDERTAKERS AND Foley nnd Co.. Gentlemen: Wo their necks like to tbe neck of their fathers, that did not believe in the have so'd and recommended Foley's ALSO DEAL. Lord tbelr God (verses 13. 141. Honey and Tar Compouha lor years. It Is written In Tit. II. It concerning We believe It to bo one of the molt ER IN FURNITURE, MATk-present day believers that "Our Saviour expectorants on tho market Jesus Christ gave Himself for us that clllclent TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL Contolntlng no oplateB or narcotics it He might redeem us from all Iniquity children, EXCHANGE FURNITURE and purify unto Himself n people for can be given freely to own possession" (revised version). rnough or the remedy enn bo taken nis FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. s When wo consider tho conformity to to lelteve a cold, as it has no nuuxeat-inUNDERTAKER AND EMDALMER Interfere GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE this present ago of the great mass of results, and does not church members Instead of their sepa- with digestion. Your very truly, C RIGHT. ration unto God wo can but wonder at II. Ward Drug Co., O. L Paraons STANFORD, - Y nis merry and long suffering, but tho Hec'y nnd Treas. "Get the original day of the Lord will come. KENTUCKY. Office 'Phone 1S7. 8TANF0RD, Home 'Phone S6. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound in $3.00 value, reduced to $1.60 $2.50 value reduced to $1.57 $1.50 value reduced to 98c Lot of old style at 50cts pair. This is strictly a cash proposition. Ho-nhe- a, HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Goods, Notions, Shoes With the advent of warm weather comes foot troubles to thousands of .people. The Increased temperature and bsavlaess of the atmosphere causes iwrlllnt and etcess perspiration, This firings on a series of font troubles Tbe treatment Wo lino Men's Voting Men's nml lloya' l'rice from S to 130. Any- given below will be we. corned with Joy by an ar thing you can find In New York enn found here. If you try us one my of sufferers. It aets magic. "Dlnolvs two tlmo you will see nndsavo mony Ilk tablespoonfuls of Caloclde SHOES AND LOW SHES. compound In a basin of hot water; soak the feet In Ladles, Gentlemen Mlses and Boys. this for full flfttsn min W0 offo,r you these new style, In Suede, Velvet, Iluck Patent Lace utes, gtatly massaging tbe sore parts. Leas tlsse will aot give tht desired and Vlcl, In the standard of all bran ds, results.) Repeat this saeh night unOdd Pants of anT kind of the fin est tailoring In tho world, Call and til the cure Is permanent" All sore nets disappears Immedlafely Corns bo conIccd. and raltousea ran be peeled right off Ilunlons are reduced to normal and the Inflammation drawn out Sweaty and smelly feet, tender and swollen feet need but a few treatments This Caloclde Is n remarkable drug Tor merly used only by doctors but any druggist bow b.is It In stock or will quickly get It from his wholesale bouse A twen?-fl- e rent package Is . . he worst feet. Jalmed to cut m Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. r' Stanford, Ky. Hot Weather Goods For Hot Days Panama Hats Soft Collars thtra-salve- Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Screen Doors Screen Wire Screen Windows, Fly Traps, Fly Paper, Fly Killers Cylinder Oil Also Harvesting Oil, Gas Engine Oil, Polarine Oil for Autos, Filtered Gasoline, Etc. W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. 37-3- 20-30- ). 3-- DONT WAIT! DONT DELAY! NEGLIGEE Mohair Suits . - SHIRTS Voods-Anderso- 25-2- Silk Socks You may have bought one pair of Oxfords but you will need other. Here is your chance to get W1V ,tlU1VU.UI1XVV,lli, LOW SHOES at LOw PRICES Cummins & Wearen, 8ar-goa- LL SANDERS. grand-childre- grand-childre- J2)BLE i0Rfcfl5j.- I Stanford, Kentucky. Children's JsIsbsbsbVsbssssP Chicago pitless wagon scalcUsed two sea sons for weighing hemp In first class order. J. H. Baughman & Co. - s "4 7-- alHBBBBBBB 4-- J. L. Beazley & Co J. C. McClary atp" tLy Everything from baby's first soft solee to the stylish Pump or Oxford for your growing- daugh ter or son. Thats tne scope of children's department. A variety that isn t even approached for completeness elsewhere. Our prices are low but never so low as to allow any unreliable footwear to find a place on our shelves. We illusirate one of the many styles in stock. - de cri to I th bl. tho yellow package. J W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY.! "V Ou I ji- Teiir Chance to -. take advantage of the sale. Come as soon as you can as many lines will be quickly closed out. m a H Mi 1 mm-- m mm l i UaJ-.-- v- " . -- w iii vlnr fv:lQ.T,n.T7 no NPloa oro in o uiaoo iio, lr uuouiaoivwb, aa we ruuuuo uveryLnmg- in oar snore except a few restricted price notions. You can come in and select anything you may need and know that vou will get it at a decided reduction from regular price. We have placed the limit at 15 days in order to give our "out of county" customers ample time to i ,"i Vwt-- p . - June Clearance Sale u Money. Begins Thursday, June 15th and Continues Fifteen Days. . - 1 i i TERMS In OFBSALE--Spo100 t A Tailored Suits Half Prise. IS Suits ror 99. Cf sh-Not- hing laid aside or sent on approval. J Wo offer vou choice or nlioul and latest !! desirable color 25 Sulta new spring and summer Stilts simper unci each on(i nt exact y J HI Dress Silks best, were for J1T.S0. Hulls fnr J17.10 Silk Dresses .very piece of silk In our ("tock will he marked down cheap, jjiii e quoin n lew as examines. :1c ID Inch Pure Silk Btrlp,. nml check TafTcta wore C0r. 9c L'7 Inch stripe nnd chock Taffetas wero 7"c, 35c 2.1 Inch Pure SI k printed Koulnrds, wore f!ic. 4!'e choice of Cheny tiros, nnd "fc'hedwntcr" printed Koulnrds, tiie l'.ic Twenty-tit Ladies' Furnishings During this gac we wlir ofrer pcclnl and Redfcrn Corsets and on the Gossard kinds ol Neckwear, Uelts, Hnhtlkercheirs, Silk Uloves, Hosiery. Ladles' Silk Stockings nt 75c 8nrt Wass ?9c We will offer at special pilcc. of 2!tc made, white Lawn Shirt, Wnlsts, reduced I Inducements p Warners Front Lacing Corset. All Jewelry, Kid U loves and W't) Imvo nbotit 7S new Silk DreMos In Mock nil In dculrahlo colors, fabrics nnil stlcs. Thru.- - wcr,. from J'.i to 130 ami we offer tticm nt evnitly Half Price. JIT. Silk nrwfes f.r $7.50 tl.50 !'J Silk Drosses for 1X0 Silk Diesrc . tt 2J Dream-- , for for J15 . ( ple-- new divJgnt., were of Printed American llabutal Silk, nil choice ..c Sfc. 2!c ,,, nLout 100 from 75c 3Se par, neatly White Dresses have received Wash Goods Hundred of pieces of new wash goods to select from nnd different patterns from Hose "nt homo" nnd prices will be nwny down. 9c Choice of all our best A, F. U. nnd Dates Dress Ginghams were lie Choice of nit ! ladles' n Krr.it m.uiy new While Dressm within the We Intt two week, nml cmr line Is itlinoxt all new, hut still they go Insale. to tto "cleornnce" 1 White Dresses wl 1 be. .16 W i Prisstv will he SI& Imported Voiles Dresses will Ijo 17.50 Household Linens our best Lawns llatlijr.s, nnd Dimities , 12&C that were Wash Dresses about Tb. Linenhne nbout Suits Jt. Imported JG very hot wtviUier cleaned u. out ol thin W.ith Dresses ninl w0 have Just received from New ork almost n complete new lln,. nnil these too will go into tt Sale nt decide reduction. .... Embroidery and Laces Icos 12'jc Choice of genlune printed Klaxons and Irish LIncttcs wcrelSc 19c Choice of nn assorted lot ot hlnixle pieces of Knncy Linens Imported glnchnms, crcpen, etc., were 10c nnd ')0c yard. 12,4e Hundreds of pieces of Kin'jiwldery In eerv width from '4 Inch edges to CI Inch flounces. In every Imnglnnblo kind nnd any r these can be bought during thl sale so that ou save 20c on every dollar you spend If you keep house It will pnv you to come for this llne nlone, ns you can save big money on table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Crash, Sheets, Qullji, et.-- . Kverthlng will bt. nvuked down, hut we can men" '. tion only a few Items. C8c fine quality and choice duilgns, pure Irish Linen Damask full 70 inches wide reduced from 5c. J1.G0 a dozen, pure Irish Linen Napkins, reduced from l. COc 70 Inch 1) eached Union Linen Damasks, were C3c. 8c large size hemmed huckaback Towels, 18 by 36 Inches. tiSc very line grade of rer.dy hemmed bed sheets 81 by 90 Inches " i better than any 80c sheet on tho market. j We tine Unon 'lulored Coat Suits onrried nnd these we will olfer nt less than one third first prlce. STi Suit now J7.50 JH l.lnen Suit, now . over V Children's Dresses Wo will ofTer our entire lln,. or clldiens Dresseu nt prices that will tempt you to buy nil you can use Wt. will offer nt .'ISc choice of over 15D Children s Wash Pre ses In ever) size from 2 year size ( Ingham, etc, and nil 14 year size to These are In colors, well made nnd perfect llttlng pcrcul es. Lace Curtains New Voile Waists l New 3 Voll,. V'aUts Kancy Sdk Waists now fr Volln Walbti now S1.50 3 Ht cry thing In tt.e Curtain line either made up or by the yard ' will be marked down for this sale. A Kit of single pairs of line lice Curtains and nlso some lo(s !' ot Swiss Curtaliij at Just half price. Our stock is too large and too varied to attempt to mention all the articles, but remember that this is a "clearance" sale and includes all line, and that prices quoted will not be good after July 1st. y danvjlle; kentucky. "Alias Jimmy Valentine" mUukcn? No. It was Jimmy Valentine who stood before him. the samo Jimmy that was wanted by the Massachusetts authorities for that old and almost forgotten "Job" in the savings Ixink of Sprtncleld. Mii.-JU.0In currency akc:i on i Washington's blrtli'hit night anil not i mark of an instrument or of an explosive on the n.ife when pest morning the doors were found rnwnlng open, the night wutchmnu gigged taii bound to the metal legs of t t:it!onary wnhtnnd in the vice president's OO ielp-les'tl- y "Hut I can't get proof In nn Instant fio up there and Invettlgate." "No It's too far. nnd don't forget you were going to prow It " to he Valentine now 'wiiiIimI IiIjii url ou'lr lie did not iiiiderellui!ili the cleverness ot the toiiiu man who had outwitted the teteran 'nn kers of men for tears nud whne ec:ipadis etend ! over half n ciuitlnent. P.ut he was inxloiis for the nevt step In what he onldercd a colossal iittempt at tippt-arc- made. The tlrst, wbat was that date-Febr- uary what)" l'ile HEitflHi B. Novelized by FREDERICK R. i'rJKiH H H, H H mm VALENTINE, 4. H H toonbs Flty by PAUL ARMSTRONG """" From the Grcit raQH ' MHB B h ROSE v&:$M KMjMU H H .; entine." "I'ardoo me. Mr. Doyle. If I set yon right on, a point of law." smiled "You will have to prove that 1 am your friend. Jimmy Valentine." "Uut you won't make me." Uugblng CIIAPTKIt XV. "Here, cut that out'" he cried, lunging forwanl at Valentine, ownltlng a broke the silence, resM)iiio to hl call, "Don't bring any VAL12NTINL2 prove ho Important of lhee locnN In on a big Job like o suddenly on u He thnist back Ids coat and. no man oK'iilng hl vest, revealed a hlnlng on earth can Wnlt. If I liupiien to shield fasteiiPil on one oCbl suspend hare that scrap book here; tirought it er strati. Valentine bent over and lu- down one day. and IP he opened a seetcd It very deliberately and very drawer "here It Is. Of course there cloely lie turned to the telephone may be nothing here on the exact date and lntructrd central to countermand you mention " The last doubtfully. tils call all a mistake. The two men "What's this" seated themselves. Doyle drawing a "A scrap book, I suppose all people chair cloie to the assistant cashier's aro the same about this little vuulty," desk whimsically. "You doubtless cut out "Very well. sir. Now If you can the first clippings alsuit yourself yon see Ot to refrain from your embarrassever saw In print. There-n- o. that's ing question I am HDd Innuendoes sure we may nrrlve nt hometblng." "Of course you know you will btTc to prove that you are not Jimmy Val- thl" 1 - e. Aticn ptm AModuJoo WASDEN HANDLER AND LANX. shall tuke no iliainrn Now, Mr. Doyle, either show credentials to prove what -Vou will do nei'her. nnd you will you are or I shall telephone the podelt 'from I liiNlnuutlug that I it tit u lice." amazed at Doyle, the effroulery and crlnilnul or will cause the watchman to ejj-c- t you from the buuk. Further. during atsuranco of Jimmy Valentine, have been In two places at the ,nic fell back against the wall, his lees time." I do not kuow that you ore n deiee "No, not easily, and ns Sing Sing threatening to elve way beneath his live Your nctloiis ure those of n doesu't allow It boarder to go heavy body. ltlacliinaller-o- r" "In the inline of Dan the Dip," bo 1 guest you were there. Now. tank A clerk entered. exclaimed helplessly, "If the crooks hard and try to remember," tdv,-"Old joii rlns. nlr!" were nil as slick us you, Jimmy, tho the detective. "Yen. Kindly rviuovo thttt curron "Mr. Doyle, there can be no chance You dou't Doyle.' "So Jails would all bo empty. cy," crlwl Valentino.' eying of uuy deception lu so open ami shut dare do It." ninny suspicious churucters about In must Jimmy Vulentlue picked up the tele- a ma tt co .If I was lu prison theso btinl times that ono must always phone and, celling tho central of tho bo your man If was not" be cttrcful of stiuugo visitors, partic"You were lu Sing Sing: committed bank's exchange, ordered In no uuccr- ularly In n banking olllce." on the 0th of February. IIWH." j: Tho clerk cast an apprchenslvo ! lain Ioih-"February 0. IIXHl. was In St. Paul. "Get tno police headquarters at la it co at Doyle, whose face bud Minnesota, Jr," returned Valentine once." lrned red with rase, and, bcIiIuu tho positively, Doyle was further astounded by tho ay, hurried toward tho vault room "Well, tho proof 1$ Anally up to tylth which the battling you." readiness Ith It. young man before him had nccepted "Tako It out tako It out." command. ' "lift my word." InJuredly. his challenge to rail the police. Was cd Valentine, wavlug.Jali UAtuJ. "I "Ob, you aro going to talk me out of It possible, n.0er qll, that he had been It" 1 1 Continued Irom last week coutldently. "No. To expedite matters I will lonvlnce you that I am uou" "I'lease do. Jimmy." "Very well. Tell me bow I may prove It" "Very simply. I said goodhy to you In a hotel one afternoon lu Albuuy three years ago. You were fresh from -- Sing Sing prlxou." "Am I to understand that I was In prison, a prisoner?" " Dolug n bit.' yes." "Hut I couldn't have been. I coti'tn'' LiiiiiiiWI v SillllllllllllillHkllllllllllllllV liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiliiiiiiiiB VALCNTI.NE HIIUFrLKD TUB rAOE-- DACE. Doyle canto to bun. Valentine shuttled the pages back. "Well, that's pretty close that's in March. 100(1. I tuauo a speecn mat uigui. tvuai was 1007," , that dato again?" began Doyle, complete"Well, by" ly nonplused. "That was a pretty good speech." commented Valentine, pointing to another clipping "second ono. I over "Ninth." Doyle rose Impatiently. "This Is too good." put In Valentine.. "Here, look here." Ila Indicated the picture in die tva'.l 'Who I.s that ns hi,: js life there? It's been staring us both In the face ever since you've been here." Dovli? went to the photograph. "That was j:i Feb. 0. I00i why", yes. tha photographer even dated It." "U 'his youV Doyle pointed to one f of the figures In the group. "Well, look at It. If this Valentine was In prison that must be me. Yom , said yourself that Sing Sing doesi: i j allow lh.trtler to go visiting." Doyle stepped back In front of Va! emine's desk. "You can aIbl- yourself Into hell ' Valentine, but you can't get awat h from that scar on your left wrist." Doyle bad reserved this telling shot for a critical moment. "1 never had a scar on my left embarrassed at your yrror regarding wrist." the other returned Jubilantly, me." "Let's see." the detective snapped "Ob. cut that! Don't worry about unbelievingly. me," said Doyle yeugefully. "Walt "But that nroves nothing" Valei till 1 put the bracelets ou thrf real tine drew as he spoke. He ap Jimmy Valentine, then save your sym- peared unwilling to permit Doyle to , pathy for him. He'll ,pay for this make an examination of bis wrist. day's work. It's nil through blm that "kef me see. I tell you It's got to 1 mad a sucker out of myself today. be shown sooner or later Delay won't Mr. Itfcodall. and when I get him he's get you auythlng." Doyle was, forcing Iftlng 'to tomo through.' which means the flighting now, II was ccctaln that eonfess." Doyto paused for breath 'h'e nad Valentine cornend and concluded. "I'm on the biggest The assistant cashier thrust bU Job of my whole career, and when 1 hands behind bis back. finish It I'll have the real Jimmy Val "Don't you resllxe." be said trium- entine sewed up lu a little stono Jug phantly, "that that Is a very old Oiby 8. without light or fresh air, 'and method of Identification Don't what he'll get to eat would make a pit you know that since the Introduction bull terrier turn vegetarian.'-- ' of o horsehair In ewlng wounds Valentine In spite of the dinger that there I never a sear!" He stalled attended his situation could not resbtt at Doyle. the temptation to continue the conAh a reply the detective bent swiftversation with Doyle, It was dangely across the desk, seized Vulentlue' rousno doubt as to that. At any moarm nud drew his left baud toward him ment the youug mau might let drop a "Could nn old scar be opened and word or a bint that would betray him-sewowed with horsehair and dlsapiiear!" Into his enemy's hands by con lie asked dazedly as he saw the wrist firming tho detective's suspicions. was tiutuarUd by any Indication of ;i But tho daring Valentino relished scar the aplce of excitement In tho situa"I dou't know; presume so." lu tion. Ho played with tho detective as differently. a cat with a squeaking mouse. Doyle was silent. This last denoue"To bo sure, you do not promlso this ment disconcerted him more thou had man Jimmy Valentino n very merry inytlilng else An Ideu came to him time of it when you finally land blm," He lunged forwurd. clutching Valen Valentino said. "I am glad I am not tine's right bund lu his own. and Jerk he," d It ucrns the desk. "Was It the left Doyle laughed grimly, wrist that was scarred?" ho cried. 'Tho resemblance Is tho most star-tlltjHe pukhed back the cuff, but the 1 have ever encountered." be ' surface of the right wrist was as "You ure perhaps n trifle smooth und as unbroken as the other nller- -a inch, "Anything else I cun do for you?" rrotu thathalf the uiaybo but, aside and wrist scar, you and usked the assistant cashier calmly us valentine ure exact." Doyle let go his luipd. Valentino fatuously quite smiled "Hy , thut's funny!" tnurniurcd lutcutloually so. Doyle. He looked across the room to "I should the picture on the wall, He drew a man ns you hate to buvo bo clover a hunting me, Mr. Doyle," magnifying glass from his coat ocket ud stepped before the handsomely bo went on. "and from what you sny I uksumo you havo bceu after him framed photograph ouco more. He some time." passed tho lens up and dowu and To bo Continued i I ' I - I , cross, over the face of the then wheeled about and fated Jimmy Valentine. "Mr Randall." he said apologetically, "you must excuse my mlstaker-Tomost, .unfortunate, mistake any 1 trust . .. .i.... juu .nt .... i i. .',uj- iiugemie-- j ju ui tuai 1 now realize that I manly maimers have been inaklug Insinuations ngnlhst Yon- of an entirely Innocent man. course realize the dllllcultles of my profesjfon-ho- w in dealing with' the brightest criminal brain In the world we cannot av.ild making errors-'ntimes', but" hit face glowed pride "I will say. In Justice to myself that this Is tho 'first mistake of the kind I have eter made." -yuue true quite true. I am sure, my dear sir," commented Jimmy Valentine condescendingly. "1 can See that you are exceptionally able in your line. Somu day if we ever havo a loss hero through thievery I shall be most glad to recommend you to tho direct-ore, and 1 am sorry that you 'feel so phoHo-rraph- j''.,. t I lek faxb-font- lf 1 g . J 1 THE FARMERS I'OHTKD. Father I.eo, W. It. King. J. T. Martin, Karah'E. Martin, Krcd llandorf, 1 atcer. under Ht rayed or Stolon Ml In each oar Howard for recovery CI. For Hale Two nlco tobacro hedg. Hitl I Carter, iihone lo!-- rings, Stan, ord exchange It. U. I'ottus sold 20 150 pound hog. to II. I), lloltrclaw at Ge. a cow and 'so five 700 cull to same for HO. pound licirerj at T.'ir. Ho sold to 3 8. Shelby, Shelby nty, Ky. 4fi-- FORGED $45,000.00 220 NECESSITY KNOWS NO :res i Jon's il.Iprcd 14 load of ftiH'k In til iltyn. The linn I ought 2,W) lambs at ic to 6c. AIo a, iiiuulior of loads of hogs at from 5Vic lo '!c. John II. Amletann sold a lot ot corn to J. M. Crewi nt 2.75. Salt-- :; black Ktt llt?rlolilre rihiiat; two male, on teiinle. thr;o month,, old and a. good ones its vou II J. Mcltnbcrts ever :! McCor-tnacnand Kor Sale Second M. It. l.ytle, phone binder. 47-Ifl'.'l. iftiftid C 0I1M i, nt 'c ,0. Cummins & .lone, to thirty-tw- o 80 pound Ire sod niton . it t"5 fo TO SAVE US FROM FINANCIAL RUIN WORTH OF HIGH GRADE SUMMER CLOTHING, THE HOMES OF THE PEOPLE ACTUAL COST OF THE RAW MATERIAL. HATS AND FURNISHINGS UF LEXINGTON MONET TO BE DISTRlDUTED IN-T- CntiiniltiH lP9f O AND VICINTITY FOR PRICES LOWER THAN THE 17-- 1 k Greebel & Hirsch Star Clothing House W. Main St., Opp. LAW. ENTIRE 2 Court House,. Lexington, Ky. di Hi ' AtUT lx years work, (5 T Ash lork, ot lltistonvlllc, has completed) :m Improved corn ptinter which lie l.ulievfi will revolutionize tie wor!; of the fnnners In handling thU ced. Ills tiw1el Is at his place In the West Hnd and he hnH secured patents tpj on It Those wl'o have seen It believe t,mL lc na3 a fo.tuno in It If It lie will put it on the market works without n chain and li.is other lihprovemehc; which nre designed to eliminate many ot the defects of the Mr. Ashlock planters now In use. will probably bring his planter to pome court day soon and Stanford put It on exhibition, here. STOCK MUST DE SOLD TO MEET THE DEMANDS OF THE CREDITORS. Sale Begins Wednesday, June 21, 9 a. m. FOR TEN DAYS ONLY CA USE OF THIS MIG HTY SLA UGHTER t'he unexpected sometimes happens owing to the backward season nnd1 dlsantrou wenttier condltlona we aro heavily over We arc confronted with a serloue business pioblcm stocked. The bills have come due Our creditors are now cl.imorlng lo their money, therlorp we mo uompo led to sacrillc,. every 'article In oitp store to meet tin demands of credtheir itors. CASH IS KING. CASH WE MUST HAVt, no matter now great the cot U'o urn t rulfe a large nmo mi il CASH to SAVE OUR GOOD NAME, the creditors demand money. fl m it Llfe-Slie- d 3F1 DAIRY MILK CART THAT IS CURIOUS Oevlce Resembles Caw In Which Product Is Stored and Kept THE CREDI- BY ORDER OF TURS THIS MOUNTAIN OF MER- CHANDISE MUST BE TURNED IN- TO CASH. H g H WAIT FOR THIS BIG SALE The stock Is now bo UK remark wl No attention wl I be paid to to sell what the goods nctually cost, as we will cut and slash prlco ' elseIn soni cues SI will do the work of fctock nnd sell It quick. where. Ily no means miss tblj grand opportunity. Us an event that tel com comes. AVe arc marking the guods at prices that wll be talk of Lexington for yeats. We will claim supremacy In ulw giving for 100 miles around and will leave the verdict with the people. I SALE OPENS JUNE tit WEDNESDAY, M. 21, at 9 A. ' ft In 10 Days SALE WILL POSITIVELY OPEN Tr mo t extraordinary al0 hnt hi ever ben attempted In the Slate We nilvl'e prompt action so be on llnnil when the doors open WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21st. Greebel & Hirsch Star Clothing House ui'POSPE COURT HOUSE AT 9:00 O'CLOCK A. M. SALE OPENS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21. A curious Idea for milk carts Is con- - " J'L OT talced in ft patent, applied for In 1898. OdK?. ODCl I CIODS ' eaa the Popular Mechanics. Just what It Is intended for Is told by tho Inrentor himself: "My Invention Is a now and useful Improvement In milk, refrigerators and delivery apparatus, ' and has fcr Its object the provision of MEN S SUITS a "d'cvled that f'esembles' a "cow, tu which milk may be stored suit ol clothes all to match and ept at a proper temperature,! A line and rancy mixed and from which It may bo drawn as iu plain tU. Creditor's sale eltecf.$2.95 prlco occasion requires after the manner of worth f Men's fle suits made up In conmilking a cow. Within the body aro p alti and fanreceptacles or compartments, each of servative styles. In $11'. Creditor's cy patterns, worth Which Is provided with a cover and (..lie piice c Adapted to contain the desired quanMen's WoiUed Suits, all blcs and tity of milk. By tho use of two repatterns, worth $13 ceptacles two qualities of milk may assorted 57.95 Sale price I be stored nt the same time, such as Men's lino Worsted Suits; tl Is Milt sweet, milk and buttermilk, In the peer ot any you tee elsebottom of each of the receptacles Is the where at $17.30. Creditors Sale 9'95 located a valvo having- a spring for pice normally holding It In place, so as to style and patterns all slzss.) prevent the downflontng ot the milk. (Latest Worsted Al Wool Swell $li.5t KUcU of .the. teats has a toggle-leve- r holld some Suits", brown, black, doilr-aol- e worsteds in gray, all tho mostsuand 'newest shades, nil perbly tailored, pertect til soilValues equa to suits Creditor' Salo ing for $iU.0O llfc-stze54-9-- Qr Our name stand back or every purchase To avoid nny misunderstanding, bring till rlrcular with joii. Our store li All goodj sold for cash Sale open W'KDNKHDAV, STOCK and rearrange store. r.ovv cosed lo MARK DOWN JUNi: 21 Com to tftli sale peeling the greater bargains ou ever saw or heard of. Wo assure you that your expeewtien will Im more than, realized. Ctinw-earlyliny now, whll the market Is down. ! Read! Read! Prices Wrecked In Every Line Vi dro er (ould desire Fine horn.' suitings of Myle and and KU-lMlone; garments of fault. ess lash-Ion- , tun In worsteds, cheviots, mixtures, tan and lancy dor.igns; all this seasons' sty cs, Credi$12.95 tor's sale Price i 1 M"N .Men s 1 , PMITS BOYS' KNEE PANT SUITS . .9c i't editor's Sale 1'iice.. . l!o)s Knet I'ant Suits; woith 91c ?.'.. (redltors ,'tale Trice Hoys' Knee l'ant Suits; worth $.I.:.U Creditors' Sale l'rlce. . $1.98 . lloy'a Knee Panti; worth iuC gi . l'nnU, workh I! Crediuls' Sale lMi--f .69c Mens' lln, Die I'.inls, worth $:i. tredliois' SnM I'rice. . ..$t.Zc. .Men s line Trousers lor Sunday weor, al the latent; g'ininn tvd all wool; worth i.i.JO to $1..0. Creditor's Sale I'rice . .$t.Si. .Miii.'h tli.e I'linx Vr .Sunday wear. In worsted nnd rancy stripe,.; wortl. J6. Jti and .. CitMltor's Sile I'rice $2.57- 31. I'rice Hnii Neckwear: worth 75c and Creditor's Sal0 l'rlce I.'irgi blue and red llandker-ehletu- ; worth 10c. Creditor's Salo .3c Men's BOc Kancy Hose. Credi19c tor's Sale I'rice Men's Heavy Work 35c line Suspenders; worth : Crnlltoiu' Sole I'rlct Men' line Dress lloxe; worth -- 5c. ' Cr1ltor's Snlu I'rice Men's ;rK- - llnmlkerchlers. Crfl-ItorSale l'rlce .7c Men's line Dreu, Shirts; worth J2. Creditor's Sale I'rice 69c Men's SHOES. li SUrts; worth fllre .. 71c. Creditors' Sale - ME'S FURNISHINGS HATS AND CAPS r f.c. i gun-antie- iiilo l'rlce Men' ami Hoys' C:ij; worth 10c I'rico Ci editors S.--. I.!en's VI Straw ilats. Crtditorj 79c itor's Sale I'rice Men if h'uuc IliTdered llenihtltclied tlandkerchlelH; vviirtii. lfic. Cred 3c- - Heavy Woik Sox; woith, loc. Creditor!. Sale L'rlce .4c t ndiiweur Men's Summer poiniib-kult, this 5"Men J Suits, $12.!'.'.; iuuoiint entitles ou to 'diooso a Milt trom many lots as Jlneiymade and as elegantly Im-, Credl-I.mtIlats. Hen's l'l Straw $1.19 Sale l'rlce IlatB; worth Men's Sott linrs 79c J. Ctedltor'H Sale I'rUo and long 'ledlkir's balbriggan, sbo.t worth 30c. .... .rsc Salo I'rice Men's $1 Dress Shlrti. Creditors Sain- l'rlcw 35c Hleeveii; iMied as the most fastidious --- --- t '- Cow. Civet tca-Cd- Milk. , connected to a and when the Utter Is raised the valve Is lifted and the milk flows out ot the teats, tly proper manipulation ot this dovlco a realistic representation may bo had ot the milking ot a cow, "The portion of the body of the Initiation cow not occupied by the milk receptacles is utilized for the storing of Ice to maintain tho milk at a proper temperature. The Imitation cow stands riveted to a wagon platform and Is drawn through the Btreets In tho same manner as an ordinary milk lift-rod- FREE TRIP TO LEXINGTON, KY. BEWARE! WATCH! LOOK! TO ALL JURCHA3ER3 OF '00 MILES - Ciedltors' Sale l'rlce H-H-l Men's Sott Mid Bllrt . I litis $1.19 - - Men's .10c Suspeiidors. itors 8a , l'rlce Cred19c a Mm's Work Show,. hear grain; worth Jl'.SO. Creditors Salo l'rlce. ( jt Men's $a.fi0 Dress Shoe. Creditor's Sale l'rlce ... .. $f t? Men's $t Dress Shoes. Creditors" Sale I'rice $1.98 .,., OF $25.00 WORTH OR MORE FOR.A RAw.JS UHiai-lHIBB- I NOTICE Owing to the extensive ndvonlsdn; s un.c rupul-ou.,1 tills Great Sale many may and Small Fry merchant j signs. try to lure ou In by ncltloui name Do not enter until you see tho ever tho door. & HIRSCH GREEBEL Oppoblte Court House WANTED WMleA CO u TO THEPUBLIC For the Large Black and White Sign and the Name Mel 2 1 Hirsch Star Clothing House 10TH REQUIRED. j Z tiur building ntal k .Hid 'toeS. I'osltivel U now coted to re- this gigantic iiu goodi sold, of no out allowed In til. tto building un- cart" THE FLIRT ply Today. Sales I'eoplu. 220 W. Main St.; Opp. Court House . . WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21 THE FARM LIFE liivm tin happiest, purest and live. in,1 win ,. .w (5. McKlnney.) Mini los. ubL but tho farm. life They aio Mine , . thev labor Horn early dawn to lalo twilight to make a llvlihood for their J . ut.i.ft to think that thvure l'ved. mid more Health) trnn Thev are Wither ra.s.Ihnt eve.y.h i.K oin ! smaM clt- the rarth. Large and " ls nro dopenuiiuuiii,'t-""v- raiment. and "hco "ioMOf Wiroro mostly andinosCy vprlght nd make the 'a, ilncm. cl.ristaln,. VUejrr ma' n .t drers In the laien W the "diamonds o, but they arHums says tieIn iua Hobby rouvh." but no te end In homespun clothes, they do man lor a' that. When they tor a charitable purpo o Hand'. do not only give wlta their included In dear. We must set ,. . with their heaits aro Ho Oood-nlgbi M.HHA. When they ccvere k i. or you will take my cold. h Ntver ntlnd I can pus U osi ' -w-V. TrelannerB nsageticral ,thto recuur linwts.they aro t ir.e leai miu.wi' nrnrta'tl ha 1 ! I " letter .... J ,'" pitied as what to they ar Jilmost In tho liaudj of tiuM. and have to toll and bijv their ct after ll tnelr iipa nrd in lies indowns tlu ar0 said to Vc nlmoUthey dependent claw, of woiUtnen. tis llvo uii o i ro their own bos s. and inov v.hat the r.ood bao:; uays ot make tl.il.- living by tho hwwii cs Ma their irov. When tho Unlleil er Vw'c Kam wants n K0. l,l'r'' oung man, ho prefers ono t'om ft lt turnl dlstrlcL lor a soldier hb goodJ vo apt to bo temperate imu tubltk. Country boyH havo not demornliud by living l' an Immoral SPECIAL EXCURSION te CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JUNE 18 - $1IHHBI$1 Round Trip Round Trip bi-e- n V t. JI & JStf"SW3BS5J,B J. ."" brc-Kvorylhlng that grows thut U footstool or born comes from Ood's W were or mother tarth's bobom. ere placed Uro aK Adam and be trU-d- . u tr.e garden (if Kden. to command .... i. Tu,t iiv tin to tho for wo then ...." will be rewarded the nH ilohnvior In SPECIAL TRAIN bo Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. "I want to get Insured." "Tes, Are or IJfor "Doth I've got a wooden ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. let"