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EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDA- Y- OFFICERS NAMED FOR PRIMARY SATURDAY STANFORD BUTTER Without Bond WALTER CARSON HELD OVER AT LIBERTY SALTER CASE Daice For Visitors Crab Orchard Springs WILL LINCOLN NEGRO LOAFERS QIVbN BY STANFORD YOUNG PEO. GOFORO'REAR? MUST GET TO WORK GREATLY IMPROVED BY NEW PLE ON SATURDAY NIGHT OWNER8 FOR THIS SEASON. COMPANY CREAMf-RDEMOCRATS PICKED BY COMMIT- - EXHIUIT INItHtSiINQ TIME PROMISED WILL LEE GIVEN 30 DAYS FOR VA- Tho belles and beaux of Stanford enPRONOUNCED BEST AT EXTEE TO CONDUCT STATE (Danville Messengor.) WHEN REPUBLICANS HOLD GRANCY COLORED CITIZEN" West Knd tertained with n Saturday eventng Walter Carioi, of tho HIBITION IN RACES IN LINCOLN Mr John H. Robinson, now one of hop last week tn honor or visitors CONVENTION JULY 8 DISCU88ES SITCATICN. v ho shot nnd killed Kdward Cochran berp on 8L John's Day, thc (Vali Or- tho principal owners of Crab Orchard Olflttrs to conduct tho Democratic Inst meek In Casey county, was, held chard orchestra furnishing tho music Springs, was in town Sunaay and told state primary election In Lincoln conn After Saturday when tb0 democratic Will Lee, onu of tha negroes who Stanford lias the best tourt houoo for the occnslon. A number of out-o- f a reporter for The Messenger that ty wore named nt n meeting of the r any county tomn In lite the state, to nwall the grand Juty nen stale primary Is settled, political Inter was mixed up In tho affair at the ne thi-rnro already; about 75 people at on rlthoul bond lions, lloylo Stone, of town visitors were on hand and dancCommittee County Democratic gro dance last Frlda night when It Is to hale lh0 best depot of nnr Tuesday nltenioon, Tho t'ounty Com- inia'l town In the stan It li one of Liberty, Robert Harding nnd W. J. ing was Indu'ged In until midnight. the famous old resort A vast sum ot est will center upon tho Republican tins been spent on tho pnee by county conventions which are to be Fields Salter shot and killed Mukcs mittee U anxious that every democrat the best towns In the state and no Price, of Danville, nave been engaged Anions tho dnnccrj were Miss Sue mone) Tn) lor linglemnn and .Mr, Robert thc new owner."., and today the proper- held In every county or tho state to Held was tried on chrgo of vagrancy iiamed nerve, for us soon a the pri- additional honors have, been hen:ed to defend Carson. liruoe, Miss Levlsa Harris and Mr. ty Is In strictly first class condition telect delegates to tho republican before Police Judga Meaefee Monday mary returns are sent In tho usual upon It, by having Its Creamery ComJnincB Harris, Miss Clara Collier of New roofs, fresh paint and paper, tho state convention which will nominate and given a sentence or thirty days ent here, pany win llrst prltn foi the bent but- Without Ilond. jwy lor the officers will be In Jail Charley Uaughman, Lee's pal, At the examining trial of Fle'ds Crab Orchard and Mr, Victor Tato, installation ot sanitary closotj and tl.o republican candidate for governor. was tin money niready being tn the hands ter produced In the Hlnle aUo locked up. He has been at Miss Mary and Dr. Druca water works are Borne of tho Improve Friends of O'Rcar are cnlmlng that Kxecutlvo Committee nt Hie Slato At a butter show held Ml the SMto Salter, the negro charged wth shoot largo for some time, although he ha ments that havo been made. There ltiUvllIe. The Ul o officers for Unlver-ltKtperimcnt elintloii at Lex- ing MuktM Held, also colored, to Collier, Mlsrt Imlse Robinson and Is no disputing thc fact that Crab he will get enough Instructions to a sentence or sixty days In jail hangoaih precinct In the county as mado ington Inst week, a pound of butter death, last Friday night, Judg0 Kail- - Mr. Mike Penny, Miss Josephine War- Orchard Springs Is tho most health- - nominate him on trie flr-- ballot, but ing over his head on a similar charge. a powerful fight Is being made againBt ren and Mr. Hubert Carpenter, Miss out Is ;is follows. eihlblted by the Stanford Creamery ey held Salter to await the 'turn of Mary D. Kennedy and Mr. Clay Kautf- - f lit place In tho south, the several wat- - him by the friends of Franks and This sentence was suspended by upcr- Stanford. No. 1, (Courthouse) Company, and uindo under the Judgo Menefce, however, on condition tho grand Jury under 1300 bond. Tea- - fiiian, Miss (ioodlo Redd, of Crab Or- - crs found there being unsurpassed. Cox, nnd a battle royal is promised Nunnclley, Judge, Ikloii of Fred llnunian, waa awarded Tho republicans spilt up over that Uaughman icavo the city. He Jninrs Wllniot, Judge, llrst prize over n vciy lirge field of t'mony showed very clearly that Sal- chard nnd Mr. Wesley Kmbry, MUa Now thai thc resort is owned nnd I heir gubernatorialarenominee away for a time but camo just a; remalncd Ada Weiiley, of Liberty, and Mr. Itus-el- l managed by Kentucky yeople, the pub Owsley Dunn, Slierlfr. con.petltors. ter accidentally shot Held while, he, back for tho last term of court, andr :. T llciixley, Clerk. Drown, Mils Nancy Meager and He Is sure to receive th0 accommoda- much as the democrats aro over their The grand sweepstake prUo vlll be Salter, was firing nt Will Leo, another hag been hero ever slnco. Lee, Daugli Mr. Carl Carter, Miss Uertu Jean Pen- tions desired, and a record breaking fight. iUnnlord, No. 2, (Macksville.) ollvred by the Kxperlment Station at negro, who was man, Salter and one or two other ne advancing upon him ny and Mr. Will .McCarty, Mrs. Susan crowd will go there this summer. Sherlfr, In Lincoln county It Is probably groes belong Jim. II Wood, th0 Stnto Fair which Is held In Louisto tho gaag of young Mat Myers, Sheriff, that a hard fight will be- made for negro bucks who wea better clothe The Stanford brandishing n knife. The evidence eager and Mr. John Menefce, Jr., ville In September. Messer, JudRe Mr. nnd Mrs. T. W. Pennington, Mr Jitmes the Instructions. The country repub- than any PREACHERSVILLE Creamery will have n splendid exhi scemd to Indicate tbnt f.ee and Charlie whlt0 man in town but aru and Mrs. A. C. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. K. II George J. "rlKht, C'crk. licans In general ssem to be In favor never seen bit on hand then and It It believed Itaiighman had gone up to the dnnc at work. Tbsy are said-tJr., Mth. John II. Shanks, Rlankenshlp cap of Judge O'itear but the politicians of Utaulord. No. 3. (tfnglne House) Master Wll 1am be bootleggers and thse who know it l I haw n splendid chance ol Ink oi the purpose of "getting" Salter, Clerk. D. Florence, T. .1. Hill, tured a monster butterfly which meas-tileW. II. Wearen, Messrs Oeorge , the party led by Dr. R L. Davison, say that they ply a profitable Ing the llrst honors then trade and be wan defending hlmse'f when Jr.. I3uls Olll, Iloyd Weatherford, Henry Melds Judge,. over six Inches. from tip to tip who Is county cbalraan, aro strong All havc bad reputations. Kngleman, Si.. Mherllf. Walter Mllburn, Marshall Stone, Ueo. ot wing. Two feather like plumes, against O'Rear. Dr. Davison will lead h shot nt Lee. John Stories told by respectable colored-peopl- e Hotxlry Sampson, Judge, Neland, Ashby Warren, Joe Hill, about nn Inch long, which glUtened tho fight here for Hon. E. 1 Franks. Lawn Party concerning tho killing last Fri. Manly Dlllion, John Thomas, James In the 3iinllght llkj silver, were upon Lieut. Gov. Cox, bab r number o! rituntord. No. 4, (Rowland.) day night when Reld, a quiet and jes- l,-K. Hrady, Mliright, Itii head. Tho insect was of a beau- supporters here, but It la believed Holtzclaw, Judge, Levis, Joe Shaft Broke pcctal'le young negro GIVEN BY MISS ELIZABETH nls life, afro-tJohn Roberts, Joe Herrln, Lee Hill, tiful drab color with blood red cres- that the tight will center between the K. C. Dudderar, Sheriff, EVENING MONDAY the effect t Leo and Uaugnman Krnesl cent spots. Lee Itupley, Robert Wood.!, M. tlooch, Shirifl, J Franks and O'Rear forces. An inter- went up to the dance to A shaft brenklng'M they came do.n take it. They George Dehorde. Clerk, l'cpples, Sam Denny, Lucfen Dunn, Miss Mary Kdmlston, of Modesto, esting convention Is promUeci her,, on are said to have been at "outs" with Miss Elizabeth HlKKlns entertained the hill on tl.ii Somerset pike Mon-U.lliistonvllle. No. 1 Kobert Corfey, Karl Coleman and Jo ccunty, I I, Is visiting the famllleu ot the 8th, for If the friends of O'Rear Salter, and he lb ald to have done tho most delightfully for her young friend eenlng caused the horjo Harry Jerry Adams, Clerk. Levi Hell and John Richardson. Miss come to town, they will probably be shooting when they went Refreshments Kelnhart was driving to swerve Wolf. lawn party. mlth "atter" him. (ioode Judge, a recent guest of hard to down. r Kdmiston hoa been J. . Among those present his aim being bad, and barely graxtns weie sorted against the side of tho pike, and the George llunn, Judg. MIDDLEBURG her cousin, Mrs. J. D. Anderson, at Lee, catching Anderson Carr, Jr., In were Mr Tom Ilright and Miss llcrta Luggy oerturued, thiowing out Mr Her father, Robert Karris Sandldge. Sheriff, Crab Orchard. the Jaw and killing Reld who had no Jean Penny, Mr. Tom Coleman and Shelby City ana two ladles who were In 5 Kelnhart once, lived on Gilbert's Ilustonvllle, No school will KdmUton The Baptist Sundii hanJ In the affray at all. Miss Mary Moore Raney, Mr. Al Phil the ehlcle with him. They were havc a cnlldron'j day service the 2nd Creek In Garrard. Wm. North, Judge. A lips and Miss Kmmu Hayh, Mr. Howcolored citizen ot Mlanf.H Kfflo Uaughman and Miss Kox has M. H. Raker, of ML Vernon, Miss Le la Rell Jones and her oharm Stanford, who stands high Jns. Powell, Judge. and Mils Mary K. DudSunday In July, in the ard No land of Danvll o, were on their way to the Water McKlnney, Clerk. been visiting his daughter Mrs. J. J. Ing vUltor, Mlsg Lonnle Goode, of nnd has the tv.spect of derar, Mr. Harris Coleman and Miss reception given by Miss lllgglns that Mtbses Haleuu Joiipk Ruby and WilYum ell. Sheriff, K. K. Udrdan, of Rev. James Thomnscn.. race and of his ow, said to thu Kate Rane). Mr. Wit McCurty and evening. lie Kogle hava been appointed to ar- Corbln, was a recent guest of his son, Stanford are visiting their aunt Mrs. Ilustonvllle. No. .1 TurnersTllle, MIm Nancy Yesger. Mr Joe Hill and ol Danville Mr. Delbort Mor- Interior Journal concerning thU af Luckily the horse broke loose from range ii program. B. M. Helm. Sheriff. Walter Jordan. W II. Cummins bns Tucker fair: Miss Maty KlUabeth McKluney. Mr. buggy. He ran on down Somer Jas. Peak, Judge. gone to Kentucky river on a fUhlng gan has been visiting relatives ,at Rev. C T Claunrh preached at and Miss Virginia the 'Thero are a bunch of bad youne John M, II. Waters set stroet and was caught hood after John Carter. Judge. Rrumfleld. trip. negroes In this town who are runnlns at i o'c ock Sunday afternoon. Mahony, Mr. Wallace Singleton and turning Into .Main. Tbe young man Krank Uobbltt. Cleric. whoso mother wai Oeorge W. Heck, Mrs. Lucy Reynolds of Waynesburg things with a high hand Tn'ey ' r Llccle lloltzclaw, Mr. George Mls It Is thought that James Gained Mid young ladles-wershaken up. con- Ilustonvllle, No. 4 (McKluney). a Cress, now president of. the Cress lb visiting hnr Riitor Mrs. WUHani selling whisky and 6eoj Hopper and MUs little Carson. Mr. and arc not iontf,OlU'(.JaiueTwlJI get every vote in FamUy noiittfon. whose home U a sldsrably but not badly hurtSBri,Mtt:i I Clsrk. II. mnA Miat. Mnrv Morrl i xi. bothered by.auyonq. Evoryono knows- Moser at McCormaclf. I ! ahlu tu rj'"'r" ,,0"'e-- . B. Scudder. Judge. cotintjMU Uio primary Jul, 1st vest Milton, p., and,H. L. Crest, of er H. LCiiiM-son Maiheny. Mr. Russell llruwn and the business they arc engaged In but John Rowland. Judge. wttn win. ciress, oi .mouu- - Mr. Raymond Cbasteen who has thore seems no disposition to stay Kev. J. IJ. Haggard announced Mlai Verua Rout. Mr. Will Hucy. of Will Hughes. Sheriff. -- " 'jpen serving In the army camo home MARKSBURY day that revival Bervlcoj will begin at teiio, ivy.. are them. Two or three times lately, an Somerset, nnd Miss Lorraine Cimptr Waynesburic. No. 1 a few weeks ago and after a few days InoHenslve negro has bocn killed ats ell, Mr. Wll Yager and Miss Anna , the Mthod!t church In July 2tth. Mr. J. 1). Swope, of Stanloid, has V. R. Slng'eton. Sheriff. -- - "- -I mere win " cldcntly when these tough negroes got Chancellor. Mr. Joseph Hopper and been visiting lelatives In this com- He will te assisted by Rev. Davis. ot(rove cburch Satunlay and Sunday, stay ho was accompanied back by hU to IL Y Italian!,-- Judge, fighting and shooting among themMiss Mary S. Cook, Mlssui Margaret munity. wife and two sons. r Somerset, und thc meeting will A. K. Caldwell. Judge. white's Ml'I. selves, and they manago to get off Hopper, Pattlo Alcorn, Mary Hlggln Reynolds, Clerk. Miss Algle Myers has been visiting Democrats Vote For McDermott the went to Jas. Your concspondent Untie for several days. some way or other without serous KlUabeth Allen coun-- f her sister Mm. Greeley Lutes at, Waynesburg. No. 2 (KlngV Mountain) and .Mrs. JcJin Wood, Misses Nancy and It li understood that Prof V. M Wllllow Grove nectlon of Rovle punishment. Unloss something ls J. It McKee. Sheriff. Luclle Woods, of Lexington aro spendlast week on business. We called done to restrain them and stop thein Taylor ml be principal of the Graded C Alford. Clerk. W friend, Mr. A. J. ing it week with tl.elr father Mr. L. D. en our long-timDick Hampton Miss Gay Short of Mlddleburg, who In their career, they will keep on and Scnool I ere next term.. Prof. Taylor Thompson, In ItrnU'n. Jtidcc Chestnut. formerly a citizen or this on and some or these days a white T taught tho county high school nt place, and was pleasanUy entertained has been visiting her aunt, Mre. John man will it. K. Howard. Judm. t Misses Ruth and Martha Dje, oi happen to get killed and tho PROMOTED TO REGULAR PASSEN(Highland) ancsburg. No . Mlddlebung arrived Saturday to make Liberty last year and Is said to bo by that gentleman and his agrceab e Moser for a few weeks returned home good people Willi N. GER RUN ON L. raise up and clean Dnvo llurton. Sliorltf. one or the best this week after a p'easant visit. Sho ou! ! several days stay with their grand quite an efficient teacher family. Mr. T. has It would b0 a mighty this (1 Speaks, Clerk, O. largeit farms In his country wnlch was accompanied home by her cousin good thing to clean out this buncn It. 0. Hampton, who has been run- lurtnti Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Swope S. W. Sharp, or llroad Hippie, lnil . bud Cn MeGulfey, Judge. manner. ning n freight engine on this division Numerous dinners are being given In Is conducted; In au It is too late. Tho good colorciV ei tut Huveral tlnyb of last week with Some Idea can bo gained when It Is Walter Moser, who will speud a few J. II. Carter. Jr., I -- age. for several yeurs. has been promoted tl.elr honor. people of tho town depforo this .state ihya wlthi her. Crab Orchard. No. Pastor Maiinn will preach at the his mother und bisters at Vojemlte, known that there are IIS gates on his tt tbe regular passenger run on the cf affairs as much as you white peo- Miss Margaret Rout and Miss Lula J. M. Cress Clerk. Oreeniburg branch of the U At N. from church at this place 1st and 2nd Sun Maj. G. W. Drye is at Golden Dawn farm, with numberless other conveni, Pie do and we do not countenance nnr She) Iff. J. P. chandler. r.elle Routo. visited Mr-- and Mrs. Oreonsbuig, to Louisville, and left last day. Thc business meeting has been hotel eating Jason Utv horn's lino ences. eh domg8i but lt j up to tho off,. P. R. Parrlsli. Juu;e. In the George Route Wo spent a plea.?ant ho-iweek to lake charge of his engine. changed to the Satin day belore "fil chuUenb and drinking Golden Dawn Uera to put this gang out of business. at Moreland. KilmUtmi, Judge Robert apiary oi Mr. C. S. Lyon, proprietor This c hinge comet, as a most deserv Mayor A. 11. Florence stated to tho Mr. Joe Vanbook waa In Danville MUs l.miiia Combust upent Cmb Orrhanl No 2. T h( rntH made u. raid on Mm. Rob-e- vuilci. ot the Riverside Mill, sitintert on tho ed promotion to one of the most elfl I1, J- - Tuesday that he Intend to I.ouis Hoi . Sherif , Saturda) and Sunday with mIsb Ruby beautiful Hanging Fork, near the old last week. Speak's poultry crop one night dent and most popular engineer! tn ....Ju ,nn m- m- m break '!' nls Kbhr of lcoRng and law-- Perklni. Clerk. Mnurloc who bTinwn Fogle. Miss Cleota Jones uf l.yllo post office. last weekend killed 5ti little chlck9 1t-the service of the L-- & N. breaking negroes If it is passible to doi J. Ward Moore, Judge, Dick Hampton has made good where Mm. Speaks I" usual y succob.mil in Arabia returned home Sunday after-pdo- through a number of hives. Ill'ed over .nen have recovered from a aevero so. Ho will lssui warranto-loevery WlUon JmU'. Jtrh Italian attack jor illness and nho lira. Sam negro who Is not actually at work ever l oud has placed him. and his inlblng poultry. Sho tian put off more after spending several days with flowing beaiitlltil . t.on of Irlends In Stanlnul nnd elm-- than 20'1 young birds and has not Mils Sa lna Jones. John Lowe, the bees, gente as kllteni and requiring Young 1b a little better. in the city, on vagrancy charges and state will bo glad to loit a single one by dleeaec. a hero In thi only a Tittle smoke for Uieir nandllns. ets t ho for Tom Ferril Miss Urvant of Science Hill is vis- -' 1eeP at " until .n.w that he has taken on6 step highMessrs. White Marrro and Jake Car populur shoe drummer vas hrre last Neither Mr. L. nor the w.tlter was them. talking Jim protected by a veil or gloves, and not Ring Mr. Sam llishop. Mrs. llaruu penter are running a huckster wagon selling shoes and er up the ladder. Mr and a single bee attempted to sUn,;. Dan DIIS AFTER SHORT ILLNESS OF ton will now be located permautntly tn Lexington. Thero has been a rtsw days revival) They report a good Garnett to tho Democrats. Champ Clark COLITIS. and Seth .lttle sons of the apiarist, nt tho Moore Schoolhoute, which at Lebanon Junction, much to the re- trade. Mrs. Mark Coins who cas been eon- gret of their many friends here, who were present and as Int.'rebted as wa of great interest. A young elder DAVIS' STORE years yours truly, v. ho has had had hoped that they would b able lined to her room with rheumatism Is TO SPEAK IN KENTUCKY, FOR from Wllmore was the preacher. After r short Illness of cottU. with the tfnus npl. Mr. L. Rob Dixon sold a joke of oxen and to keep headquarters In Stanford. k'je to be out again. DEMOCRATIC TIOKET his home on Memphis, Tenn., A dispatch from Thomas Kerrlll,, died at a wagon to W, Russell for 1122. roars his own queens aft" nat'iro's Democrats Vote For McCreary. Washington, June 1 the Lancaster pike Tuesday and wiu tivvu methods, nnd when a jueen dotu v:as received here of the deuth. of VoU For McDermott Democrats Rev. Mahan filled hit appointment 12 Additions Speaker Champ Clark will stump In the Ituff.ilo cemetery not come up to tho htanda-- l !n Mike Fershannon. The remains wilt to laid Mr. T. - Tucker hatt been on the Sunday, preaching two good sermons Ho reached the or her progen.-- '.a in: uniform arrive here sick list but Is some better ut ITim and then be Kentucky this fall. after services at the grave at four .nnrplng nnd evening. TO GOSHEN CHURCH IN REVIVAL determination Sunday morning when in marking or shows sle has misuiated laid to w titling. afternoon. Mr. o'clock Wednesday rest in the Catuolic burying he learned that Senator Thomas II. Mesdames Terry I lagan and Frank JUST ENDED. Andy McKlnney, ot Garrard, aont vllh blacks ot common lion or :rtf ground. Itobtnson of Richmond, jav0 been visHe left here a few yearn paynter j,ad withdrawn from the con-ag- o I'orrill nod been engigcd lu farming hyr Ium-Saturday and Sunday In this section not gentle In lundllnp, men nnd was a carpenter at Momphls, test for the United States Senator lor a number of eais, He was bom Tho revlva' services which have iting Mrs. Morton Robinson. Is jilnched olf and a The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. C. visiting klnrolks. Pinker-ton- , n po'su-no- i the 'n her stead whl-.-and tho causo of hli death, is not yot shrlp, and that Represenatlvo Ollle lu Mndlson count but had spent most been conducted by Rov. II. J. Henry Davis sold :i three year-olby Rev. J. C. Cable, wus quite ilck first or the of Lexington, assisted qualltie "h? writer believes j,nown James would receive the nomination waa liked by combined horse to Ster'lng Curtis for of his Ufa In Lincoln and ' ut Goshen Chrlulan week. (I. Livingston, of Cenara Kentucky at th0 Democratic primary July I. the f!5U. gencro-lty- , nil, for his Mrs.. Doss Crutcher died last Sun', Mrs. Mohan was called tn Newcome, church for the past two weeks, ramo Tho big Pltt't Kentucky District Con do .well 3 insist on Mr i.y n .Mr. Tuckey and Mr. Iltckey, of nnd other good qua Hies. He uoer to nn end Sunday. There were 12 ad- Tenn., to be at tho bedsde of her he raise queens for the trudo day night at 12 oclock from tubereu- glW8Mlan nn8 been ono t the most nro visiting Frank Colonmn that of married. He was a bon ot the Into ditions to th0 church during tho meet- mother who Is quite HI at that pace and family. losls. Sho was burled at Harris Creok loyal men in tus ttouso. ii.-seabon. ilU Mrs. Fannie Pollard was with her Woodson Feirlll and !s survived by u ing and great good resulted to the with lil-- i tine location for thut branch laton Tuesday morning and her foro It was assured that Clark would Tho former Is an mint und the Dr. Plnkerton went to i;randchlldren, Miss Annlo L. Cecil und ter U a cousin of Mr. Coleutari. of Industry, would Injure a superior fuuerat will be preucbod nt the .church Do oleted Speaker James was one of brother, Mack Kerrlll, another brother, membership. lu.t-o- r Il Ilustonvllle, his old home, for a HBon Mr. Dud Cecil, of Danville, who nro 111 the most nctlve men In his bebalt. All George Junien and Miss Cntrli jntiilii of nueen a i.l Ul o i. on next Sunday mornlug. She was n IlrlRht Kerrlll laving preceded him ucht fr"m visit Monday, atter ihlch lie vlll re- "Ith symptoms of typhoid fover thrn through James' campaign for tho ben- Denny were made one at Rev. K. D. . Mrs. Victor Rice and. daughter Stelaltblul church member and much sym atornJp jjpeakor Clark haa b;en great tho dark rher a snort time ago. turn t . I i'Mtigtoii v',-- ie he U coat ic-s iih distant breal-r- . .'"'"r :t NuiiKes' last Thursday, C- of typhoid fever . la both are quite ' l b.u pnthy Is felt for tl(Q, bereaved father y lnteroited and the Missourlau li ed with Campbell" T. N, Iiutt and W. Rubsell Dlllion io ,' vw In a cru In a at the home ot Mrs May Rice of Danbe nnd seven children.. going to lend every assistance possl- BIG AD have formed a partnership In the avv V., have novel seo l s 'tex'illl READ SEVERANCE'S It Is rumored In Washington that J. ville. are pushing busi- v.iicts s.s this o:io, and iur idvlt-- tn Tevla Pravel. a young man near 18 bIo for tho 'c"0" ot a Democratic Mrs. M 0, Aldrldge who Is confined I'llll buslnem and DON'T CONFUSE THIS SALE WITH or masti'it Is: .let tho Hall in was killed near Uowen by a Q.,& C. Legls'ature which will rutlfy the blitini:'n Cooper, col'ector of Internal to her bed with rheumatism Is able to ness to the front. of mraitc pr,uury bee. OTHER SALES. THIS IS THE ONE Itoenuo nt Danville Ky Is slated tor be out ngnln. freight on lust Saturday morning. It MRS. SIBOLD DEAD. SAVING euly removal nnd that sillier WinAND SELLING GREAT Mr. Clate Marsee bought n liorsn for wat supposed be vas asleep as they The Supreme court or tho United Mrs. i:. .P. Slboid, or Lexington who Mr home which mi burned May U, EVENT OF THE YEAR. ston Wlreman or Jackson Morris will tins, from Will Olsai and sold one for that hereinafter found a morphine bottle near him. His Jtatei announce '.B3. bad many friends and relatives here, wus Insured by W. J. Campbell, of be appointed by tho President. of mult be gov- The prompt payment parent, live In Tennessee and he wo I'KiJeciUon About all the farmers are through died at her home there Juno 17th of Ilustonvllle. 7 A Pnrls cublegram to the New York mc vU tine his unc . e Mr. Johnson near emed DV 'n0 rule r reason. There IJ and comteous treatment accorded wheat and had fine weather na iiuprefJIon that they are governed stomach trouble. Sbo was a lovely Inspires mo with confidence In tho it Is said that six coal concerns tn lotting World says that Mrs. K. R. Thomas, tor It too. In the Marcellus neighborPowen. He was buried ot McKlnney, by Uo fule of iometning el0 bellde Christian woman much beloved by all veut Knd insurance agency. Signed, Lee, or tbt MlddUsboro district are to be vvlo was formerly MUs Linda hood the yle'd, was from 30 to 'ii Sunday reajon. Glasgow Times. who knew her. John 3. Murphyt McKlnney. bukbeli. LouUvllle. la on Paris and Is getting leady, to sue for abolut divorce. TAKKF1RST HONORS or we, l. o d e HIG-GINf- . to. o tl-n- i. i well-know- sons-munl- ty tho-wh- ite 011-pl- 0cm. ..... tis-ii- y """fl. iii. ....., """ t.., coti-na- 1 e i bu-ic- lie-fo- I- - r it iih w, u r three-banne- d " 1 1 ret prolt-Hcnes- J- d s open-hearte- .ti. ;ars th-.s- l 1 1 hii tio tnit W tfllP'wMMltP tmimt, m - i;- i j" r v ljpi jirn ( jj i up ii n i i' ' .; i i Oxfords At your own price, in Tan, Oxblood Brown etc. $3.50 value, reduced to $1.98. $3.00 value, reduced to $1.60 $2.50 value reduced to $1.57 $1:50 value reduced to 98c SUNDAY Lesson I. SCHOOL, For Third Quarter, July 2, 1911. THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. 21-3- Text of th Lessen, lit. xxxvIL Memery Versss, 33-Joldn Text,' Pa. xlvl, 1 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. St.irnt. 3 Lot of old style at 50cts pair. This is strictly a cash proposition. Tbo story of Ilezoklah Is somewhat folly recorded not only In II King and II Chronicler, but aIo In tbo prophecy of Isaiah. A few weeks ago wo were considering how be began bin reign by repairing nnd clcnnslng tho temple and by keeping the Passover for all Israel, summoning the twelve tribes thereto.; lie wrought th.it which was good nnd right nnd truth beforo the Lord his Clod, nnd he nought God with nil his heart and prospered (II Cliron. xxxt. Such devotion to tho living nnd true God was more thnn the devil could stand, for nil who will live godly In Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution (II Tim. ill. 12), so he stirred up the king of Assyria to tight against Jerusalem and by words and letters to mock nnd blaspheme the God of Israel and nil people. To his blasphemy and revlllngs the people answered not n word, but held their pence, as the king had taught them (II Kings xvlll, 30). Thus did David, nccordlng to Ts. xxxvill, 13. nnd thus did the Lord Jesus both before the high priest nnd Pilate (Mntt. xxvl. (52. C3; xxvll 141. "When He xvns reviled He reviled not again; when He suffered He threatened not" (1 Pet. II. 231. Ilcxeklnb did with the wicked letter Jmt what we nil ought to do with such things prend tliera before the Lord and unburden our hearts to Him about nil such. I have personally proved this a way of peace more than once. If you do not receive wicked letters you will probably hear of wicked words that have been spoken against you. Just tell all to the Lord Jesus and leave all with 20, 21). rua." AjU at tat- - OtMy f aHe to tas horn rua. M ekack u hi a oouat wlta Morelaas.. Ona day laA summer along In Au I nut, Grauber, according to the vital (HARD IOJCK TALCS TOLD DV atatiitlca. owd Moreland $4.(1. It happened that when Gibson cam to BALL TRUTHFUL j bat In the seventh Inning John waa PLAYERS. busy or not paying close attention, j and for the flrat'tlme In four years he to yell. "Here's where Glbby i failed .COULDN'T PASS THE NINTH makes a home run." Moreland called to him" "Are you on, JohnT' "Naw," remarked Greuber "Not thla time. if Qimii Had Bttn Eight Innings You see, I failed to call when he cam Loulavllle Would Have Been Wi- to bat, and that's a hunch he won't today" And the nnerVeteran Seerar'a Hard Luck hit that home runGlbby Drat ball pitched hit Into the Bat Al Brldwell'a Classic left field bleachers for a home run. MX ON THE 0 Our """"Sl 7 Sale - 1 Big i m HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes It Stanford, Ice Cream Freezers Ry. Hot Weather Goods Water Coolers 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. By HUOH 8. FULLERTON. Burke, the little Loulavllle Inflelder, Is about as quick with his wlta as he 'Is with his hands and feat, as bo (proved on day laat summer. He was playing third base and Dare Devil Dave Altlter, who Just then was hit ting Ilk a fiend, waa batting for Mln neapolla and, aa there was a runner on first base and no one out, Burke expected Altiier would dump a bunt toward third base, so he came creeping forward foot by foot, expecting to get the bunt and throw to second In time to force the runner there. IHe waa about 35 (est from the plate i when Altiier cut loose full force at a faat ball and hit It atralght at Burke like a rifle shot. The third baseman aaw It coming and dropptd to the around like a flash, the ball whined on over third baie aad down the linn an, a run scorea ana ior a iwo-oiUp In the Louisville was behind. stand, near the front, a fan stood and howled "Oh, you shirker, you yellow quit ter What made ou riodra?" "My tor." called Burke In reply, I tnla Is a game of skill, not courage, n wild-eye- Al atop of tho New York Glanta, Uvea down at Portsmouth on the Ohio river and he haa a atory of a play which Is a classic Every one knows the peculiarities of the Ohio river aa re cards floods and droughta. Well, thla Is a atory of both. "When we were klda," relates lirld. well "we had a hard time finding level ball grounds, because them Is hardly enough level ground around Portsmouth to make n two base hit on So we used to wait for low watar llrlilwrll. the popular little short Begins Saturday July 1st. Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. ( ; v 3 m&$&5 r n "& : ? t W. H. Biggins. ' Stanford, Ky, mmmmmmmmZmmmm THE BIG CASH-RAISIN- G Of L. I. Sanders Starts Saturday June 24, and ends Saturday July $12,000 Worth of Goods to be Sacrificed in this Great Eight Days' Sale. 8 A LL. LEI , 1st. SANDERS. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. That Loutavtlle club last aeaaoa had about the quaereet run of hard luck of any team In history. It waa a pratty fair ball club, except that the infield waa ahot to plecta by drafting of the major leaguea, aad at times It flayed good ball. Tha great trouble waa Uat It couldn't gat ovar the ninth inning. During tha aeaaon Ue team won one game In the ninth Inning and mm. 2 in tha final round after they prayer at this time Is a loat Ilezeklab's aeemed to have the game ctached. most refreshing study (II Kings xlx. ; If thay had been playing Isa. xxxvll. Note that gamee all seaion they would have his reason for asking deliverance was bean dea to the front Inatead of la that all the earth might know the Lord. tail-enposition. It gat ao that whn The, prophet Isaiah also joined him In the ninth Inning came every one oa prayer In this hU time of difficulty (II the team expected an exyloaloa, aad Chron. xxxll. 20i. Hezeklab was thus it It failed to come the crowd rather able to speak to the hearts of the peowaa dtaappolnted. ple because be was himself comforted Fiaally one day when they were by his trust In the Lord. "Re strong playing Indianapolis and the score and courageous; be not afraid nor dis waa 2 to in their favor with two out mayed for the king of Assyria. There and no one on tha bases and two be more with us tbnn with them. With strikes on the batter the umpire mishtm Is an arm of tlesh. but with us Is called a strike that ought to hay, tbe Irfird our God In help tN nod to ended tbe game Tbe batter promptly tight our IwftleV ill Chriiii. xxtII, T. .r rude a bate hit, the next men bit far In the portion assigned us today we two baaes, and with men on second have the Lord's answer to Hezeklab and third the next batter rolled aa through the prophet Isalnb. It becomes easy bounder to tha ahort atop, who us to be sure tbat God answers prayer scooped It cleanly with plenty of and. having committed our affairs to time to toss It to first and end the Him. leave all with Him In quietness agony. Evidently the nervoua fear of even though we may not have as losing In the ninth again unsettled the speedy an answer as the king had. ahort atop, for Inatead of lobbing the There Is no resting place like the words ball over he threw aa hard as he of the Lnnl God of Israel. Tbo Virgin, could and threw wide and low six feet the daughter of Zlori. hath despised outside the baae. Owner Grayson tbee nnd laughed tbee to acorn (verse toppled over In a faint thinking the game had been thrown away 22i. When kings nnd rulers take coun thirtieth in the ninth, but Myera dived out, exsel together against the Lord ne that tended at full length, stabbed at nlttcth In the heavens shall laugh, the ball with one hand, and by one the of Lord shall have them In derision (Ps. the moat wonderful catches ever 11. When the Lord's people are made clung to the ball and craw, touched In any way It Is the Lord Him- fished back to tbe basa Just In time self who Is touched. When the king of Assyria reproached and blasphemed the king of Judab be was really Holy One of tbe JBJ Israel (verses Lord, the So It has been , 23. 2'i. nnd abnll be again nnd again until the, last Krcat blasphemer shall be cast alive Into the lake of fire (Dan. xl. 30: elght-lnnlaa14-1). d g Hot Days Panama Hats Soft Collars They and tha Umpire Swam to Shore. and play ball In the river bed. One aiimmer, Just after I got off the Lit tie Potatoes and waa playing aecond baae and pitching for the Stara we had a dry aeaaon. Tbe water went lower and lower until the crawfish began to dig wells to get water, and we had to haul water five miles from some aprlnga back In the bills for tho ferry boats to run on Tbe 'river got dustier and dustier. We kids didn't rnlnd it, for every foot tbe rivat went, down gave us a bigger ball ground.) Well, w. played ball in the river bed almost all summer and the Stars were Inning the championship except ftnm fh Wot Enders Wo er s'te-- ! ; in .tar. antf ".naliy slaa,-nri gut u niatcli game t ith theni tha championship of tbe town excepting, of course, the First Team. We played in the rivar bed. It happened that we had laid out the facing up stream, if we had laid It out downstream we would bav won that game, and the championship. In tbe eighth Inning the senre was tied and we had a man on second bare. I was at bat, and as I started to hit I heard a rushing sound, and looking up tbe river I saw a wall uf water coming down six feet high. There had been a cloud burst up tli4 I river and tbe flood was coming took a strike and the runner sto! third All that waa ntedeJ was a tly to give us the lead and the gun-u- . I taw that the flood would stop p &r la about. a minute, to I whaled away ut iho next ball and bit a fly to the Lister fielder The runner held third and atarted home when the center fielder ciiugbt tho ball. Juat aa he caught It tha flood hit blm and be started tor th homo plate a mite a minute Thu runner wan tearing for the plate trying to score and the rest of us wer d zkIhr for high grounds. The water wits too last for our man. Ten icet be reached the plate the tin J avri.pt that center fielder pust and r our man out, and they and tLu nmplre swam ashore together ard the game a tie. The river went to- - 30 (eel so we couldn't play off. tho tie, and tbe championship of Portsmouth atlll la undecided. (CupyrfcUt. Ull. by Joirph R Hiwlrs.) 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J EXCHANGE 3Tr AND EMBALMER FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIV3 THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. UNDERTAKER STANFORD, - KY KENTUCKY. ftr gTANFORD, Oltlca Thoya) 1ST. Hm Those Ik Jlev. xlll, ; xlx. lti. It Is God nimself that the devil hates and would dethrone If he could and therefore shows hfc hatred lownrrf tbe people-o- f God. but heir the Lord says to him. "I knww thy, abode. and thy going out. and thy coming In. nnd thy rsge against me" (verse 2S. Then note- what follows as to ni in surance t deliverance and mark wet? the woruN, "The wfal tit the Lord of boots shall do tbU (Terse 32). Compare. Isa. Ix. 7. and be assured thnt the xeal of tho Lord of bots will not rest tit) tbe king shall stt on David's tbrooe and reign over tbe house of Jacob (Luke t. For nis own sake and for Ills servant David's sake fie will do it (verse 3.1). See bow easily the Lord can overthrow Ills enetaien nnd deliver His people, ne has but to speak and It In done. Tbe anel of tbe Lord went forth tbat night, and by Ills power 183,000 of the Assyrian army tiled. Thus easily did ne overthrow Pharaoh and his hosts In the Red sea. In Israel's lt't extremity, when tbe t shall l giithered armies of against Jeruvileiu, He xtmll come In the clouds of Ilea veil with power nnd great glory and sLall consume with the spirit of Ills month nud destroy with the brightness of Ills coming thnt wicked one nnd his nrniles (II Tbess. 1, Isn. xl. 4; Her. xlx. ID. 20). Itemetnbor how when Judas nnd his band came to arrest Illm In the davit of Ills humiliation and weakness He fllraply said. "1 ntn," nnd they went backward nnd fell to the ground. lie member also th.it "by tbe word of the Lord wero tbe heavens made nnd nil the host of them by tbe breath of His mouth" (Ps. xxxlll, fit nnd nsk what yon know of the power of Ills word In your own life the ower nnd wisdom of God. May He grnnt us nccordlng to tbe riches of His glory to be Ktrengthened with might by Ills spirit Li tbe Inner man (Hph III, ICi, ns--n31-3nnMt-hrU- ! ill WmEtmi mmmmm jE6 Stanford, Kentucky. Children's lft i Rafusad to Ballev It Until He Read It In tha Papat-a- . IBrBT ilf ntfJh Oxfords j- to retire the runner and aave the day. Grayson came to aa tbe crowd waa departing and hurried aadly homeward, atlll thinking the game was loat and It waa not until the next morning that he discovered that Myers had saved tbe team by his catch and be refused to believe It until he rtud It In the papers. Juhn Greuler, the PltUbun; veteran, who kept the official score of HraddocL's defeat and has been the official scorer in Pittsburg ever since, Inst tha hardest luck bet last seaion tDat ever WM recorded. John baa one great Joke. It has been a Joke BVI.r .nCe Georee Gibson Joined the Pirates. The Joke consists of calling out loudly every time Olbson comes to bat: "Here's where Glbby makes a home run." He saya tbat every time Now Glbby bats during the season, four years ago, over on tbe old park (excuae ua In Allegheny North tide) George Moreland, the keeper of vital statistics In baseball, offered to bet Greuber one dollar to one cent that be could not call the turn on Glbby making a home run and Greuber took tbe bet. On an average of four and a half tlmea a game for over three years Greuber aolamaly yelled: Passing of the 'Big Man.' 'old The Roman man, whoso Integrity was uj unquestioned aa their ability, are almost extinct. Their places are cut up and filled by smaller, lesa able, n!tn much lesa honeat men. It Is not that the big men have gone to tbe cities for tbey are not there; It Is not t they left no descendants for In more cases than one cares to count, thu smaller, less able, less honest men aro tbelr own sons. These lattet mnko nn much money in y ur as their fatbern did In tin onj ftnw lea character In a IlU.Iino tMt their fathers did In a year Corr.e la A. P. Comer, In In tho February At tl-i- i 'antic. Girl Led Field In Fox Hunt. Miss Sarab Fluk, 23 years old. a daughter of Lewis S. Flak of Philadelphia, and a granddaughter o.' John Dob-soa wealthy Phlladelphlan, 'rode In the blggost fox hunt ever held In Drandywlne Hundred, this state, and Delaware county, Pennrylvanla. Miss Flsk led the 60 hunters through tbe day and she took the fences and other barriers In a manner that won admiration from all. After being liberated the animal ran to cover, but the hunters found another scent which carried them Into Corratpoad-eas- e Delaware. Wilmington , children's department. A variety for that isn't even approached priccompleteness elsewhere. Our es 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 Tn stock. Everything- from baby's first soft soles to tbe stylish Pump 01 Oxford for your growing- daughter or son. That's the scope of - - PuUadtlphU Press. W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY.; i'"4"UJ4IW4 l...i.l,. OfMl "' "wi 'vy sUiiaiSlU liiwif ,iiitTrri.-jff.,wliiB.iH'Il'j- ;1' - T1 Alias Jimmy Valentine 9 II HRfe: '3tSBjksBBBBBBBBVsBBBBBBW' bbbbbpV H lHBBjjPClt'lE bsssssssssssssssssssssPbsssssssssssssssssssssssbsssi BkM the scraping Ongera to reach the ear pressed against the crack between the door and the Jam. A few Inches more of space and the- face of George Doyle appeared In tbe doorway. cutng swung toAs tho door on ward tho rear of tho chamber townrd tho vault, I)ny( shielded by it, was enabled to put ono foot over the sill nnd stand half within tho vault room rrcsslug himself- clW ligolnst the door, ho could watch In tho darkened room tho operation of lied , shadowy I'lunngan nnd Mr I.ec Ilnnilall. alln ' Jimmy Vnlentlno. Ho saw the sheet of sandpaper tint ter to Hie floor, be wiw Valentine lick Ougers wllh his luuuo to ease the pain that throbbed through !blt ho saw Ited I'Janacan drop on hU knees nnd croucb against the door of the giant safe: he Mw Valentine step forward, seize, the .combination with the tips of his fingers, press tils ear against the vault and gently, ca resslngly, ever so' gently, twirl tbe shining nickeled knob of the comhlnn tlon. George Doyle had hli dearest wish At last be law the great grntlfled. Jimmy Valentino, at work. - Al bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb! isy tYi" fttiflvil I I I 9 33j&3H i Copyright. IJIO. by II 1 V Mp'Ej VALENTINE, lfc'J W AND Auodstion WARDEN HANDLER 4J5 Ki ROSE Ujc LANE. roll of messenger's I j : I "What are you going to do wltb It?" asked the InrpiWtlve rlerk. Ited shoved him awny nnd dnrted oft for Uila Job. My fingers are not toward tbe vault room. In ahapo for a trick llko till. Ool back "None of your biulnes," he cried, keep out of here." turned and darted away on bit "and "Give It here. What I It?" eiclatm urgent errand. Well bo Lnevr Just how ed Valentine ns lied run to him. necessary It was for Jimmy ,Vn!eotlne "No, ." to bare sandpaper to rescue Kitty tf It That's best Is the bank empty?" wer true Hint the tlfo on bla Oncers "Tes. thank Oort. Mr. I.ane has or bad reacbed ane. There's no one here to pipe bad crown calloused Ten Its natural thickness! what we're doln' and oven If there Jimmy Valentine pullrd manfully at waa we'd Jutt nateratly hare to go tbe bandies of tbe fault door. through with It-- for that girl Kitty" after all. tbo combination bad "Shut upP cried Valentine ucrras-ly- . bocn turned and only tbe door's not over and rubbed his finweight bcld It In plaro. Hut the metal gers lie bent briskly across the gritty surface pressed barrier would not move lie of one of the sheets of sandpaper his ear to tbe balrllke crack, lie f which Ited had hnnded him rubled beard the sound ns of a little1 lody until tbo white showed pink falllnc to the floor nnd tho faint monns lied stood and watched him hrenth-lesslOf tho prisoner cnllliic. "Hobby. Hobby, The sound of Valentine's (In Bobbys gcra scraping buck und forth across Valentine ixnt over tbe combination, tbe face of the sandpaper svetned to peered sharply nt It. then ocean to bis feverish brain the physical demon, twirl tho cylinders Rently. Around titration of an ctll being, appalled him and then b.ick lie turned the knob ns a sinister omen of lmt-ml!ndoom. No; It was of no use. Nothing could He had beard n story of Ills old grand- -te done until the sandpaper arrived "TV k 1 Ills flneer had lost their sensitiveness w atul benco their cunnlne. and In the meantime Vnlcutlne well knew the ptlaoner was consuming whatever of the priceless air that remained. Jimmy Vnlcnllna (Instinl Into Hip rault room lie cried to Ilitl I'lnnnpin. who was at bit bed. kGo Rot ono of tlio clerks to run for A entlnc's room lie sandpaper from hands. elid the nl Per-bap- a. ll'-s- c f Tbo door leading from his omee wane open, nnd again lied Klanagan darted In. He flung himself on tbo vanlt rnnm floor dlrectlr below Val- fh'tlne's knees and held hit ear close to the cmck of tho safe door. TlrfnU you can make It. Jlmmy7" be gasped. "Guess bo: never failed on a lock like this. Why. In God'a name, don't that fool como wltb that sandpaper?" Valentine waa desperate at the delay "He's gone to a here he isf cried Ited as he Heard hurrying footsteps in lied tbe assistant cashier's office, Jumped to his feet and out into Val WE MAKE LOANS On approved security i- whenever warrant conditions - it Prefer- ence, of course, being given to our regular depositors iui tack or oroiwt uoylb IN TUB IIOOHWAT ArriunEO mother'a, when a youug lad. that of ten when a person wns xolug to dlo a mysterious tick, tick. tick, tick would bo heurd In the fitted house, the sound coming us though from u tuystrrlout lu the wall the watch "deulb tick." 'Ah tho touud of the scraping Angers continued tho zip. zip, zip, zip echoed from (lie walls and smote lulo lted'rt earn uud Into I'.ed't brnln an uucatiuy reminder of tiint long forgotten title. And. Mtritngely enousli. It id's premonition of the presence of au unseen menace was not without foundation In fact. It may be that this ucttvo curcvr in tho underworld htul devel-opin- l In til tu that sixth seuio of the habitual thief ulllch boiiietimoH given him utirnlugaof upprotiehlng dangers. Ah Ited stood there watching tho rapid pluj of Valeullue's lingers tho door leading into tho narrow b.illw.iy n&K h'"iy opeucil opcii' vi Jut id u li t j ul ' the round of State Bank Trust (o. ETANFOID. SWIl'HK? aR 1 Valentino In their superhuman rffort i Nnlenllne tore tbe landage from his ' this I want you lo .tnore-andrememtheir Moved little playmate. I eyes and. groping forward, gripped-- ber through the years .my., loyo for stifling clutches the hnndles of the vault doors in his I you it tho only clean thing I ever Kilty Lane, from the of the steel vanlt be betame nwnre of j hands He threw his weight back knew. It is complete, nnd It will ncv a sudden though very slight change and tugged mightily Af first the er never end." , A vrars Aero flvtnff In the darkened nxim. the windows of j eight Inch steel bnrrler refused to l Ax he concluded he wheeled to face machines were harcfly which, opening Into it ihaft. gave al move Red, who had lunged to one the detective. t thought of, nor was lile out of the way of hit superior mot no aid al sit to Inquisitive eye In hnnl "Thnt's nil, DoyIo,V-ho-nl- d at Valontlne He glanced across the room to the gazed apprehensively ly nudlhtc tones ,. , point from which tbe light seemed to fiiiring tbnt after all there had beou Tho central offlcb'fn'nn snw'the real some mistake. significance of the sltunlloh No one Now Then, of a sudden, the crack In the with the slightest ..morscj of. Intelliin summer. black, hecr. forbidding face of the gence could doubt 'that tho beautiful Emulsion is rs much a sumcreot safe widened nnd Valentine's young girl before blrti was suffering mer a a winter remedy.'1 r txidy. tcn'ely xet fell buck as the pon ns only a true woman eh when the Science did it. Ail DmiM.u drrtius door 'wung open one she loves Is torn Ijottyly from her a wie. while clnd foreter As fuKVnlentlne-- - well, there And as It did body, 'crouching agulnst the henvy must be somethltip good in him after door, rolled otlt on to the vault room nil, reasoned Doyle, If n girl like the PROFESSIONAL AND floor ami lay limp nnd apparently life-lebnnker's daughter could venture hec g BUSINESS CARDS J before Red Flnmignn and Jimmy whole life's bn(ptt'ess on the chnnce , Vnlentlne. of his 'going straight' The" defective ', "(i'i tbnt kid." cried Vnlentlne to shifted uneasily on bis feet us Vnlen "Khc's out. but ! think ihc'l! u"VurnT,..,' hlra ,' Red Henry Casey, D. V. S. ' t you live. have an nn en She needs nlr and a doctor, s young IndyV" the'Cx gagement with quick"' With eonvlot, almost overcome by the ex- bo queried hesitatingly Rose caught Tf'ray'Jlf ncoliragement citement nnd the nervous strain un fForfner Director Animal Industry .- , der which he hnd been laboring, lean in bis tones. - cold steel Vcs!" shu. c,rjed...prtnglng-forward- , ed exhiiustedly ngnln't thJ"Yes! Philippine Islands. walls of the.ratllt. her checks now aglow wltji Inarian United Stutes Army' sp7ed the mo- the Inspiration 'given by' n newborn Red lurched forward. STABLE, Phone 4S2, CIIAPTI'.R XVII. In his arms and hope, "and It was nn engagement th.it Office LOGAN'S tionless form of Kitty Vnlentlne ' my hnpplness. my Iqve. my Acnt American Hog Cholera Scrum. II FTKH n few moments mentis clutched It to his breast. A DANVILLE. KY. shook his head angrily .and "She's dend." be blinked, looking life nnd his life!" She reached forth drew back a step from tbe down into her white, drawn face, her ber hands beseechingly towti'Kl Doyle. The ofllccr glanced, quickly, behind eyes nnd the lips from which safe. MASONS' MEETING. , .. him nnd u round the room, making "Ilcd. got n handkerchief?" he snap 'he IiIoikI had fled Lincoln Ln!e No.'O K.. A. M. w Minuet ' ped. right In live mln 'sure that there wefe no other wit- - In Milled tomiMlinkHtlon on encli lint nmt "No sbe'l! be nil . thlril Momlii nlshtii oteiu h nioinli.nt 7 HO "Yes." utes," Instructed Valentine with as nesses to his words: On mnlii MN'tM't, Wan"Well, get moving. Come on blind "Then" he besltntedr""C'' 0'""" oViook In their hnll nt sitter lexises lire 'rn ton!, Ky Members much force us lie emild muster. "Take u tu! t?ivif fi minim nt taftrhii frnnllr lnltel lo l I'rejent. T V. (hat I enn't see. so that fold me so her to the doctor mi tin mrner" hec. every none will be centered on hear RmI straightened sml with his help. Vnlentlne grasped tlieiirni of his lng the tumblers click yon know-t- lir ioss titinlen dnshed thmugh the dour JOHN COOK old g ig" rf the asltsnt eiistiier's room only Ions time foe. Veterinary Surgecn and dstitlst. Ijitic ' "Voii meHii von menn lust what. 'Sure thing" fwee to fiwi with 'nine 3p6ttiltt on ail horse ' ind amnul J.nl crumbled to hit fet and has n ho In an ngnntred impulse, had Doyle" be exclaimed excitedly. Stanford, Ky. Phons '194 '1 mean that the wdy needs you discus. 'llv tied a handkerrhlef tlirhtly n round hardlj Imwn Imrk Into the otflee. more than Massachusetts doe.. You bead, wmplelely eitverlng Alcutltie'a W. W. EUKO. Knowing what to do bad me going, a. I right, for nwhile bis. ees Valentine mnpoeU Imek to DL.NTIS'.. today. Jimmy Hut Just to reagain at there the tault. and Ited crouched Office at Resl,i -- r.i A (.Utt.IMI I'.KICBK A1TUVMH) ciiAnnis xvni respect don't think that I your his feet CHAD ORCHARD. U- -t unnwnre of tain ns come and saw that the door leading mafell for tbat double negative .photoDeftly, Intently, the'ex-convlc- t of Rose Lane, graph " With nn nb'rupt "Good day " had VALENTINE, nipulated the Intricate mechanism of from the nsslMnnl cashier" otllce the side of tbe the detective swung nround and dl W. N. CRAIG,. been partly opened Next, to his utter the vault. for breath and Oculltt and Optician "Hurry. Jimmy, that kid." urged amazement, he snw a plumed Im: endeavoring to gain firm control of nppcnreil through the door by which over II. J. MclloberUT Store, be had entered went out forever from Cine) lied, to whom the suspense was be- thrust forward Into tbe opening one Stanford, Ky ; The himself. then a girlish figure appeared the life of Jimmy Valentine. coming unbearable. As for Red. on being confronted by you sny tlgure halted and turned Its face to Valentine addressed the girl with quiet! If "P n you. be Rose Lane be stopped short and gasp Justifiable trepidation.. another word I'll knock your bead off wnrd the vault where Red Flunagnr ed In alarm. "Then you snw us do It r No. 11. Houth.Hslflr. M. were at work indicating t the and Jimmy Valentine "Sou understand" my hands are like leather." No, a, Hooth, 10:i4 A' u. you saw Valentine at work!" In practically the same position a doorwny through which Doyle hnd H. No., Sorh.4:A.r. a. He again sandpapered his fingers. The girl cut blm short with an up- mnde his exit "you know wbo what Vn.l3.NorMi,&:4V himself, though at tbe opposite eldi "You're bleeding.'" exclaimed Red. . No.J7,10:A. M. raised band. "Kitty, hurry, hurry"" he was?" . No. "What of It?" returning to bis task. of tbe room. Doyle recognized that the ihe warned him In a low voice. ; Rose Line flung herself into Valen"Don't talk. I tell you. 1 beard It girl could watch tbe operations of JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. Red continued on his way. click I missed it again" turning the Ibe two expert cracksmen without de worry, miss. She'll be all tine's arms. "Don't DR. T. W. PENNINGTON either of them should I felt it Section unles "I only know 1 love your she cried continuation slow1y-"- but Dentist leglect bis work and glance In her right in a few minutes!" he cried over tasslonatcly. that time I felt the dog llft"-Va- len hit shoulder. Tbe girl moved ngalr Hours 8:30-1- 2 A.M. and 1 to 4:30 PJu" He held ber In fervid embrace. tine was intensely excited. "lied, thero direction, and. as be thoroughly ap toward tbe doorway whence the had otllce Myers House flats Stanford Ky "And knowing tbe truth about me it 1st Hurry with a match preciated, both Valentine and Flanaretreated a moment before, WILL ADAM8 that I" t Red. well acquainted witn tbe da gan were too Intent on their mission Valentine, still oblivious to the near"Fcrhaps I always know," she whisLivery; all kinds of haullns, Furties required of him. by reason of of rescue to turn for an Instant from ness of Rose, raised his bands along pered fondly. "But if a woman loves niture packing. tbe thorough education be had receiv their task. tho edge of the vnult door, his buck Phohe 173. fit into Stanford, Ky. ed from Valentine In tbe past, bad As Red struck tbe match at tbe toward the entrances leading to tbe sho rejects tbat which does not wnltlng expectantly wltb n latest command of Valentine Doyle room. "I beat you! I beat you nnd her dream, but If sbo loves as 1" been MACCABEES t Valentine smothered her words wltb match ready for tbe striking. At the saw the girl bend forward to better saved tbe little girl from you!" he A. C. Sine, bis kisses. Then, raising bis lips from word he illuminated the combinations gain a view of the proceedings. The murmured. Up and down he pressed Deputy. State Commander hers for a single moment bo exclaimed dial with a tiny flame. side of her face uas Illumined by the his hands against the enameled metal In a voice that rang with tbe deterStanofrd, Ky., , "What is It?" cried Valentine. light in tbe assistant cashier's otllce. "I beat you! 1 beat you!" yield bis The other stretched himself upward and could It be true? yes. Doyle wns STANFORD TENT NO. 7. Slowly he turned awny. and as he mination of a man wbo would and peered at tbe numbers on, tbe positive that the form of tbe witness raised his eyes they met tho lmplacn life ere be broke bis sacred promise: Meets : 4tb : Monday : Night "I'll live for you. Rose all for you. metal saucer In the opposite doorway was noneotb ble, scornful gaze of George Doyle you'll learn that lama man ouco And FRUIT AND SHADE TREES he ex- er than that of the young girl who Valentine started back. In tbe sbad "It points to twenty-one!had seen Jlmtny Valentine In Warden owy vnult room he thought his ejes more a man among men of honor." claimed. Everything for Orchard Lawn Valentine again drew nway from tho Handler's otllce at Sing Sing nnd wbo had played him false, that be saw and Garden., bad prevailed on tbe lieutenant gov- only a tlslon conjured Into a tempo vault, Write for Free Catalogue. ernor to obtain bis release. overwrought nerves rary existence by "Sandpaper!" he cried. Red handed H. F. HILLENMEYER & 80NS. disordered Doyle's memory bad not betrayed and a correspondingly He rubbed bis him another sheet. Lexington, Kentucky. fingers softly across It, His raw, bleed- him. It was Rose Lane. who. return brain. lie pressed bis hand to his Grim Humor. Then the "vision" moved ing flesh could not stand more than ing to her loers otllce in quest of i forehead. Tbe future author of "Huckleberry the slightest contact with tbe rasping him, bad opened tbe door of tbe vault toward him. Yes. it was George Finn" hnd Just arrived in Virginia surface. "I'll feel every Jar clean to room and hud. Just us Doyle had done, Doyle. caught blm "red handed." She moved my eyeballs now," bo added. He turnstood transfixed, ns City nnd was working as n reporter on The ed the dial back and then forward and forward a step, as though to speak, though an unwilling witness of a tor the Virginia Rnterprise. lie and Frank then four complete reverse revolu- but ber attention was attracted by ror Inspiring tragedy. And to blm the Carpenter were Htandlng on tbe atrect tions. "That's the way to get them. Doyle, who moved slightly. Sho saw denotement was all of that Doyle talking when they tnw a fight about lUMCaWt or Model i him put his finger' to his lips, coun stood, his hands clasped behind bis half a block nway. Revolvers went t HMMintinii. Red" two more forward revolutions for rBCC SCAftCl "W peitniMMwr. "bare, bleeding nerves" a half turn seling silence. Tbe girl therefore back, waiting for the other to speak. r. NEW BOOKLKT. into action, and one man dropped to I fsll el peuat IMsnuttou. nUTW jo W Valentine, worn out by the strain of the sidewalk. Mark Twain said: back "raw, throbbing nerves a tooth- stood mute, watching the uwu the E8 11. I U teJar tfji ache in every flnfler end eh. Red-th- ere fondly loved "cop the gopher" in the tho day's events, was in no mood to "I'll bet you $10 he'a dend. or I'll bank that between them she and her continue tbe fight against tbe cool, bet you $10 he's not." match!" father owned. calculating, time abiding detective. After a moment: It turned out that the man was dead, "Flfty-twol- " "One." announced lied as the match "So this is tb end. Doyle," he final- though which end of the bet Mark got PATKMT LAWYERS. flared Into a blue bright sulphurous wan, forced smile on is not related. ly said, with a C.J "How mapy bolts did this door L303 Seveath 5L, w gleam. up. Isn't his drawn lip. "Tbe Jig is "Did you have?" asked Valentine. "That's it! That's the old rotation!" that about ItT" notice?" no went on turning tbe dUL "Twelve," Tbe detective moved closer to the cried Valentine enthusiastically. "Ten human prey for whom he had ao long "Thought bo," Jubilantly. "Can yoo and so patiently and. so far as tbe hearner any more. Red?" government was concerned, bad bo exRed's ear waa pressed against the pensively sought crack at the vault door, "Looks that way to me, Jimmy, But. iSI "No. And God knows I don't want remember, hick tbcro In Albany. I to. Honest. Jimmy, I don't bellert OUR DUTY to our departed tones is plain. aBf-iy''- 1 I ,' " " . r rissssV told you I'd get you some day unless I- "should over an appropriate you would do me a favor or two. Al "Ob, yes, you do. So long as she ways remember that I gave you a calls wo know she's alive" turning resting place. their final the dial slowly back "here we are BBBbV bbbbbbbbbbbbbHbbbbbbb chance to keep out of the 'pen' and A monument is not expensive unless you you turned it down." again. If this Is eleven I know this Valentine hung his bead. Yes, he to have it so. qld rotation match!" would never cease to remember tbe al"Eleven!" shrieked Red Joyously bbWi'JbbbWbbKLV Our work is unsurpassed and considering qualternative of becoming a "stool pigafter a moment of racking suspense. eon;" that the detective had offered ity, is very cheap. We have a large stock to se"I've got It! I've got it!" cried Valhim the alternative of "peaching" on entine. -- 'If this it it, lect from. old BIUAvcry and going scot free the dial again "she's ours In another scot free until Doyle should command mtuute. Match!" him to "turn up" some other friend Red struck another match. and companion. "Tonl" bo cried. "Come, Doyle, make a quick Job of A half turn of the dial forward. this," was hia answer. "You win aftValentine's sharp ear detected the J 42 N. Broadway, Lexington, Ky. er all. I'll go without- "sound as though another bolt bad -',-rTbe detectivo Interrupted Valentine svBVsWVsV wo arc again) back. "Here drawn by inclining his bead and pointing to Match!" turned ta one side. The "Forty-two,- " exclaimed Red. see Rose. Lane, in whose affectionnto SPECIAL EXCURSION o that's what it "That's it forty-twembrace be bad lingered but a few should be. Do J on hear Kitty now?" minutes before on tbat memorable aft JaLiVBr bbbHL "No. Good God. Jimmy, suppose, crnoon. 1 all. ahe'H dead" after BVTrslkBVHBBflH A deadly pallor overspread the glrlV "VsBbJBBBBVH BT F Two more turns of tho dial. Sho drew near to the two cheeks. pal there "Keep your nerve, old men. ber bands clasped nervously match" against her heaving bosom. To George Doyle, standing In the "You saw!" exclaimed the distracted doorway, the scene was one of gripcashier, peering young assistant The consummate, alping interest "BIIC'8 DEAD." HE Cn KED. sesrchlngly at tbe girl, and wltb an In most uncanny, skill of Jimmy Valenvoluntary twitch of bis elbow Indl turning tbe combinatino was something to cause In the de- oil the first" Round Round catlug the opened vault. threo" nnd tion "then tective, experienced even as he was Trip Trip Rose nodded ber head gravely, stnrcd turning he dial on the reverse "then intelligent and resourceful wllh at tho man sho bad loved and then ut buck. Matc- hcracksmen, a thrill of geuulno udmira Twwity-on.'- " was Red's frenzied tbe tbrcntenlng form of the detective tlun No wonder Valentine had proved Valentino strode to her, tlutchcd n SPECIAL TRAIN the deoDJilr of the safe maker, the roiHMuu tuwtiKl lib UmI lcl; trl- - pink rose from a bouquet fastened ut buuklug onVlals and the sleuths of girl's girdle. He pressed It In both h nit!)'. tbo hu" n doren states Mid u lletiiiuant Ui:l iweutj-oue- . that it'" he almost bis bands. goteruor had ardnned him' a it ve done the "You won't mind my having U" 1 hat shrlei ihJ ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Vj I'rte rvrw'l uituiUy fho op tr flower, I know," ho said brcku'y ' I t i Jirt) r ri i'i i f t y IMbbVHHbbsbbbssbbssbbsbssssb OR) going. Jo bo g,rie a '""J ' ac or ' " (o rescue 1 ' (vr i I Scott's Emulsion Scott' lAlilHIMM s L. 'VxCr! 'I these-word- Veterlnnrlon. IV I $KWffl ssssBf Ex-Vet- er 0 . 'In-nlngtu- c." Ite yt r&'isTTlME THBLE ,:. ' r " f '" TsAM-auuiK- a dcfe-tHi- .u' $S' D. SWIFT k CO. -- ' MONUMENTS l We erect MEMORIAL -- care H'-iLiLiPcBftBs- VMbbV HI HVijiH25UbLiV 1 Rcd"-rcvcr- slng ViIK VMS K'rriaiaiaH t Wm, Adams & Son. '.'sisV v 4 BJC'jBHIHbH bBLMmIsbsbbH bbLbHPsh CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JULY 2nd $1.50 Hsnil$isi otieto VuU-ntln- e Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. 1 1 1 I """iJW" iwy-Tri- il,w "rT1-"" t n1 ' ' 4 ' T-- 1' ' ' fK&imuumw mmukiuu u m i iYijijuJajuj " uj, munuu,n uy u unwpwfiwijjp; V. ' .wnmn"i'jMi m"w ......MkwNMasasssslsMISSl "w "'" . .,....,., .,. V THE4NTERI6RlflURNAL. CetsbHeheo 1172 HELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher 4)1 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE HU ttri Jj 1 fctett at the postetttce at m ecosd class mall. EMQCRATIC TICKET. HON. CHARr-- or Circuit Judge. d ( et Mercer A- - HARDiN, Count j I Far flallroad Commlsluner. WILLIAM F KLAlfl of Fayette County FOR REPRESENTATIVE William II. Shanks announces hU candidacy lor Representative irotn Lincoln county, subject to tho actios t tho Democratic party. I H THE PRIMARY 8ATURDAY. ' ft Ml s 'Ihe democrats or Kentucky will select their nominees for the state ces at the primary to be held Satur- lay. Fa erf democrat ,who wants to seeee better things In Kentucky should to to the polls and vote. The party -- roust put up Its best men, and Its tilghaU class men to command the strength which will enable' It to overcome the republican administration No democrat who next November. stays avay from the polls on Saturday to nay that the party should is going .to the los because it doai oot put up capable men for office. The names of xood men and true are on th ballot for selection by the voters ana it Is the fault of tho democrats themselves if they do nol choose tbem. 'The first namo on the ballot Is that eet United States Senator Paynter, but 4X8 h has withdrawn. Congressman James will be nominated without opposition. He is very anxious, how. ver, that his friends vote for hira In , order that be stay hare as large a rat flees on the ticket, but we will not go ifying vote as poselbte.. down tho list and enumerate them. Fee the goernorhlp, Lincoln toun Many ot them have put their claim ty will, of courty go overwhelmingly before tho voters through tho medium for James II. McCreary. The satest of tho newspapers and the merits of (Arty eader ail over the state have each Is more or Inie known to those acclaimed him the raw to redeem tb'e who will take part in the primary. There Is one, however, that ths In etate and be will undoubtedly bo nqmj tenor Journal believes .nmnhattcally nated, notwithstanding the fact that the big brewery and whisky Inter- should be nominated for the good of ests of LouUvfJIe are endeavoring to Kentucky, and be is Ilarksdale Ham. detest him becaoec former Governor left, ot Hopklnsvllle, who Is a candl J. C W. Beckham happens to be a date for State Superintendent of nrm advocate of McCreary's Dom- reboots. Prof. Hsmletl is easily the ination, fcvery vote against. McCreary class, of this race. He Is a very exIn this primary Is a vote to perpetuate perienced and high class school man the nquor Interest' strangle hold on and will be an honor to th0 position, Pror. J. W. Ireland, ot thl city and Kentucky poUttca. Hupt. Uar'and Singleton, of the county Scarcely loss Important than the tiovernortthin, la the lieutenant gover schools, are both enthusiastically tor r.orshlp, for which there are three as' uiui, kuu uo ruuuin ue nununaiea. "c plrnnte. Tho lieutenant governor pre- - very sincerely believe that all con sdos over tho stale senate, apiolnts trol and management of the schools its committees and the big "inter- - cf the state should be removed from cu" are very anxious to havo a innn the sphere of politics, but until It Is there whom tbey con control. They done, tho thing to do is to nominate Kill not be abVe to control Edward J. and elect men like Hamlctt, or Crabbe McDermott, of Louisville, and that Is ami th? schools are In safe hands. tho reason they arc against him and why po many ot the people wo understand tho fight that Is bolng made are lcr him. A number of the profeislon-a- t politicians in this county nro strong for Kdwards, whllo McDermott has very enthusiastic followers some among tbooe who simply desire to see the democratic party nomlnato its strongest and best men and take ac count ot no other consideration. Tho Interior Journal would urg0 every democrat who wants to see hLi party progress, wants to see McCreary" elect ed in November and Mends of MCreary pla'ced at the hlm, to vote for McDermott for Lieutenant Gover-Oll-le nor. There are a number of excellent gentlemen offering for Ue other of- Wallace Drown, editor or (he B.rd-towStandard, who is the deraoctatlc nominee for representative from his rounty of Nefeon, was here Wednes day visiting Hon. W. II. Shanks and conferring regarding tn r.icj for the Speakership.. Mr. Shanks is a'bo .1 candidate for the Speakership, and believes that ho will have no trouble in winning the honor, this being his second try niter n that cocted goal. In the event that Mr. STown Bees himself beaten, he will probably oto for Mr. Shanks. Mr. Drown is enthusiastically against the lobby which has dominated the legislature recently and will do everyt&ing he can to put it out ot business. He believes that the only sure way to do this is U take the control of the state prisons function CKy and Mr, Frances ot CALL FOR CONVENTION llleiiktah Young Is vjult.. III. Alius out ot the hands of th present rrtj-n- King's Mountain. To the republican electors of Lin 'Pitman Is visiting her aunt. Marjory commission and make It a nontotn county, Kentucky: jl.ucaj. Mr. Olll0 Ilutbjinin It on ll.e partisan board or elected by the peoDemocrats In obedience to the ea'l of the re- - tick list. Mr. James Daugnerty r.ua Vett Fcr McCreary. ple. publican State Central Committee of returned to his txwc after a long stay The members of the next general as Kentucky and the rules governing tli at High Ilrldge. PAXK8VILLE sembly are going to be watched very Republican organisation, the Itepubl'. The Moors (hool house has just Mr. J. T. Underwood reeehed a ru can voters of Lincoln county, are ber lie en covered by Kd Coffman and John c'ovely by the people ot the state to by MneHuMy morning froar Wiliaoro by called mass' Convention RuwrII. They are 'How di(tgigia n how to come at once bis mother wss the Hoard of Prison Commissioners. at the court house at Stanford KyM ti well. HI. He left on tho first train. Saturday, July 8th, 1911 at 1:36 . n Democrsu Vote For McDermott Mrs. Underwood had yone to Wllnlore (lock P, M standard time for the Demetrats Vott fur MtOernftl to be with ber daughter, who was not purpose of selecting delegates to et expected to recover froob an lllnrey. tend tho Kepubllcan State Convention MILLEDGEVILLE vhlchi wilt convene In the City trf Demecratt Vote Fer McDtrmott J. T. Underwood sold a 2.yearot(1 Ioulsvllle, Ky., Tuesday, July lltb at Mr. Itiley Vaugbt has added a new room to tits home which aldi the msre to D. N. Arnold of Perryvllle for 12:30 V, M., the said State Convention-being called for the purpose A I5. looks a great deal. fmmmmmmmmmmma Mips Josle Bdwarda who went to nominating candidates for Governor, It wus reported at church last San- day night that Mr. Briscoe's store was Louisville for an extended visit was Ucutenant Governor, Attorne, Ocoer- - Wfcta ym scfer frees tar fern of M to take en fire but It wss false. le had beea called home on account ef the Illness si, Auditor, Treasurer, Secretary ot tadiftttioa it t always meth for the Hrer, ta wUT the 7 Plate. Superintendent of Public In. In thn store for r.omcihlng and left of ber idster, Mrs. Wm Grugin. nobertTarkingtdnbonght'a few 85- tee louips burning and when dark pound shoata ot J. D. Minor at 6 cents tore. Ubor and 8Utlstlcs and Clerk cauo the light was seen. Jon belch, If yow skk it ytUowiih Mr. John Gllmore or Virginia bought He also bought a small lot averaging of the Court of Appeals, to be toted yoa may be nrt it it liver troable. 4 Is ssastMs (a ( for at the November election, ISM wpWbt yea Mr. William New ells farm for $120 tb pounds at C cents. the liver, to aroass the stria Inlets so Ihst thsy will sia la ths Very Respectfully, Mr. K. L. Jones sad Miss Louvada an acre. lie is welcomed by the . arsitlon ef Tear fuul A nr mrA dl. Curtis were united in marriage In thli R. L. Davison, Chairman Republican dr tor this, sod one hlgalr rscem- good pcop'c cf this neighborhood. manata ey inoss who nave uses It, The Kussell threshing mlchlne will plaeo Saturday by Rev. J. W. Ed Executive Committee, Lincoln Coualy Dr. Caldwell's Bvrun Pesiln. which L George I. Florence, SecreUry ItcpubL wards. fiSff'i.Vif nrty slatt In a few dnyu. l an ttecutlve Committee Lincoln Democrats Vote For McCreary. '" Several troin this place attended would prefer to .'J!? It i,,.m,rl'."' your flrat, I address to Dr. Caldwell sad be will tounty. John Coulter sold to J. C. Johnson th0 St. Jcjin's .Ujiy celebration prompuy eeaa ye s ire sample hogs nt C l'2c, 3 300- - June 27th 1911. 19 Stanford and reported a good time, Thousands sf peeple first learned of i IrvlrjR ilr. and Mrs. George l.unsford wer,. Pund 0WB nl 5 an' 5 thli remarkable cure for stomach, liver Our automobl'e is at tho senke of "l bT.,,iJl!!!t,Vm-r0?- tt ? fr." ".m" stormed last Tuesday by h number nDd Ju"ah Tarklngton sotd 11 HO- . m am..M v. .." .. te IH . m.fr.11. .M.H.t.l. ..... U n ior one uammitjcurea IKIII.I.W, ill.. i ntr na & vnn.iuir ia.r. ore cents and Plmis- - " ' "" I'ouud hogs at 6 of tlitlr friends and rcianpes. 'A ,. that she will never alnr cs.n.r p s.ron s. . t Tucker sold a lot at amo price. . ' most delicious dinner w as served and "... Bryant, the Postmaster at Sardl. Whon we stated that Mrs. Luclen enjoyed the day all iTeniL.- aara he will never be wlihaut- it .. pereon can anora. lo leswn. ano bick ao pecl.Vly the ehlldren who played h Minor continued ill In a former report fAHM fUK aLE llanoro remtdr hlehlv endoreed r.rm nflthla It te aood for all the femllv from W will rmii nrrfnlv number of games nnd in the afternoon we find wo were misinformed. It wa, to old ace. oecanae II la ef--'. freefrom I.,... 130 acre In Lincoln rounty, Infaoer jrrlplnc aad yet proasptlymild., .1 refreshments were served. Thoie -' Kurlhermors. reiulte ! mil., frnm c'mli . ... ..... nnhalf ' eomieir guaraateea or money are.abwill bo present were: Mrs. Joon Moscr and.'8 much better, nicely located, montly bottom land, refuaded. son Walter, ot Millcdgeville, Miss Gay very productive. Kery aero tillable poVraaorV..arV.drl.nV. TROUBLE. STARTS m speeiaiUed Short, ot Mlddleburg. Miss Francos aUmacb. n;wi abundance of, stock water and cs, liver and' kowel dleeasee' forinover rortr , r'- - . If alt people that neglect fecially adapted to corn and grass years and will be pleaMd to aire the Moser, of Parker, Indiana, Mr. Dcnnle digestion yellow Jaundice or virulent soon tnkn trouble they u' "a'r. wJleome'trwrlT: ('oode, ot Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- literKing's New Lire would and end It Good tenant house of three rooms on .?Pills, Dr. farm. Terma reaaonable Apply at him. Whether for the medical advlee or the free sample addreee him Dr. only sain way. Uest for liam Lunsford and little, daughter, It's the I W. B. CalftwelL sea CiUnii kuiMtnr headache, dyspepsia, chills once to 49.4(BCoaUoello, IIL TuIIh Mao, of Danville, Mr. Hurgls, of wnrt dehllltr R. II. Ilronaugh, Agent. 2S rents at PennV lil, s n (MLim RmWf Fm SitSU&E - .nvhr P.J " ... I nr.-h.r.- '?" t ifJl iJfll - r X t DOWN WITH PRICES commencing II I?" SATURDAY JULY Semi-Annu- al 91-1- 8 1, ! ENDING SATURDAY JULY 15th aw. T Clearance Sale e, t FOR 15 DAYS ONLY CLOTHINGI. WOOL This is such as you never heard of before.' We are bound to sell these goods. cash is what counts, we must sell the goods at a SstCTlfice. As J:he Qreat have tho largeM stock of cloth' Ins in own,, hand tailored, and pure W'o 79c must go at 39c MEN'S AND VOUNQ MEN'S 8UITSI j0 must go at 19c must go at S23 and 930 slrtta at 916.98 .' rn and 2S.S0 suits at 914.99 HATS, ALL KIND OF STRAW 911? suits at 911.98 92.29 99.99 93 and 13.60 hats at 91Z.S0 and Jt spits at 4310 Suits at 96.98 JS.G0 hats nt AVe have about 300 iult8, in special 91.39 baU at sizes, that WH r.Oit you elsewhere 9 L00 bats at 9c 110 to. 916. New goods. Our ?1 hats at from 34c odie pneo a.ti .50 hats at 19c .26 hats at SOY'S 8UIT8 KNICKERBOCKERS JOHN B. STETSON HAT8 912.50 suits at 97.2A -- 910 suits at 92.98 96 38 J4 aad IK bats at 5. Kelt hats In all shades of the stan98 suits at 94.98. dard make. 97X0 suits at JC.CO suits at 92.29 4.48 S3 and $3.50 hats at 95" suits at V- 91.88 93.68 92.50 hats at 91.39 9298 Vi hits at 9f suits at 92.68 91.00 hati at 98c J3.50 suits at 9 '.38 91 hats at 79c 92 suits at We have about 100 boys' suits, CAPS. to etralght.pants'tbat sotd 50c and 75c caps at ..39c VStAYh will run these out now ;6c and 35c caps at . . . 19c 91 BOY'S KNEE PANTS n Blouse ctrect I1..10 knee pants must go at f l.tS must go at 94c I n 91-7- Aj we fcnve been dolns such n very large business, we bought doub!0 the amount of goods, and owing to tho backward season we aro forced to push these goodn out under cost. CLOTHING, ODD FANT8, 8HOE8, AND OXFORDS FOR EVERYBODY. Absolutely the SEASON'S VERY LAT. will be by far the largest and sa-'his very large EST 8TLYE8 to be sacrificed In this kale, most money-savin- g sale ever pulled oft In Btanford or any other town or city. We tnve absolutely no old stock We havB put the price down to practically giving them away. at all. Kvorything new and Remember, that we will pay your expeaaea here, such as train fare or livery bU., provldlag you b'jy 16 worth of goods. (Jould you afford to go any other place and buy when you ar8 getting merchandise far beyond your expectation! for less money. MEN'8 AND BOY8 SUITS OF PURE WOOL, LATE8T NEW YORK FA8HION8, ANY BHADE. We have to sell the goods In ths next 15 days to regulate our stock as It Is entirely too 'much for us And when the OLD KRUAELK KIKM puta this bill and prices before Tou once more, we know each and every erne wftl buy. WE GUARANTEE THE PRICES AND GOOD8 AS QUOTED; IF NOT JUST LIKE WE 8aY YOUR MONEY BACK. As we have been agreeably rub tied during our sa'es before, we havo engaged 25 extra experienced salesmen to wsit on our customers. Every article will bo marked wjth a red tag oji it, with the reduced price on ue On this sale we do not figure our lose at all. We figure your f'nture business and tho ready CA8H now. All kinds of dry goods at prices you never Lard of before. CALICOES AT tC AND 5C I'KR YARD;tQIT.hefeuT? for you. ItUHH! 1UJMM . been sales before, but none flke this. It Is now. It Li different. It Is money-savinAs there will bo such a ItUSH. we wl 1 be compelled to cloe the doors In order that we can mark and arto pieces In order that we can sell range the stock. HKMKMDKIt, this entire stock will bo literally these goods in the next . ela-ihe- KANCY VEST8. A lot that Is worth artunl value S2 to S4. go now nt 91.19 Haute worth 15 to 97 92.48 8HOESI 3HOESII 6HOESIII High mm low cuts, absolutely the lost of makes Ai-l.KATHKIt 8HOE8 WORTH 94 and 95 sate prler 93.29- 91-1- 9 13.50 shoos at 2. Vor Work Drest and Every lHiy 3i ahoea at 92.34 12 shirts now 91.48 12.60 ahoea at 91.60 shirts now 91.19 1.4 84c 12 ahooj at fl shirts now LADIES' SHOES 60o shirts now 39c and oxrorda lo velvet, ratent Xlntrh metal and kid. UNDERWEAR OF ALL KINDS 2.8' 50c and 75c garments jso nt 39e I3.K0 oxfords at 92.34 JCc garments go at 19c 91 oifords at 12.60 oxfords at i.v12 oxfords at .. e,.M $1.50 oxfords st 91.19' NIGHT SHIRTS fOH MEN Wo it hi 50c and 91 now 39c SLIPPER8 FOR MtN AND BOYS 91-9- SHIRTS - - 91.50 silk socki nt Cue silk socks at 80X 91.19 from-12.5- . PANTS. MEN'S AND BOY'S STRAW HATS outing AT 8 CENTS, 12 CENTS AND 16 Wrysted, black, flannel, I3cnu, gfreen plaids, brown and, serge, CENTS. spring, at) lea at prices you never heard , ALL KINDS OF NECKWEAR ct before. 39c 97.00 pants at 958 Worth. 50c and 91 now 19c IL&8 Worth 50c and 25c now I6.&0 psntt, at 95 ar;d 93.68 95 and "J5.50 pants at 92.98 94 and 4.50 pants at GLOVE 92.68 91.50 gloves at 92 nnp JS.50 pants at i 91.19 91.79 9I.J5 and $1 gloves at 52 nnd sV.GO pants ot 79c All kinds ot wash pants from 68c to 10c and 91 gloves at ..39c 4 LBS. Don't overlook them. ODD Remember the date. Remember the store. Remember our entire front will be covered, so youncan not c miss the place. Watch the crowd and they will watch you. All will follow DOOR TO LINCOLN COUNTY NAT9)NAL BANKI SEE OUR WOrlDERFUL E DAYS 15c lisle sock!! at 10c llile socks at Cc lUle socks, at ?5c lisle socks at 3c 1Vc fish brand slippers at ....92.68 ullppers nt 92.3F $2.50 slippers nt .... , 81.98" Hoys slippers from , , .91.48 to 92.48 13.60 3 . '" VA TENNIS OXFORDS Rubber soles, cnnvnn tin-11c and shoes, pern, .75c qun'lty nt ",..,.. 39c Be 4c LAOIES" VESTS 12 and 15c ladlui vesttf now ..9c c ' Bargain Si Paper Talks, But Prices Talk Louder. '" -I 1WM suit casoi nt 95.48 12 15 and 17 per yard now 7i 94.98 12 2c l.5U suit cases at yd bleached cotton, now ..9c $5 suit cases at 93.78 4 suit case nt , , , , 92.68 AMERICAN AND SIMPSON BRAND , ,11.25 and 11.50 suit cases at 84c CALICOES t nnd 6 pvr yard Trunks of All Kinds at Cost WHAT AIIOUT THAT! SUIT CASES 17.50 2c - " f J, UMBRELLAS From 39c to 91.98 ALL KINDS OK i'ARABOLS IB l2c and DRESS GINGHAM8! 15c, now 8 EMBROIDERIES 50o qunlity 25c, 25c quality 15c MEN'S UNION SUITS. 91.50 quality now 51 quality now . .88c Worth 50c 75c and BELTS ?1 now . 39c 79eii5c belts nt ..19c that sold for LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR PRICES 79c 91.50,- - now quality nt you Would not dream OF 10c at 12 l-- SAM ROBINS ON. tanford, Kentucky. yi.'jn$iiHfflmBj . r -v ft-""- 1 ' ' V l . JO SL JjW - "V 7'h aft X ' .1 .,., 'JflhiV st! m. '. ,' , ,.'. , Democrats. Vote in the Primary SATURDAY for - ir m P - Mccreary, For Governor. AND :t .aS? McDERMOTT, J For Lieutenant Governor. And then pick out the rest of the ticket high class men for the good of the State and the party. L r mt. a - rt - V arai wr' lajsu- w ' . ai M t"" ' ' Tho directors of the Flrtt National vrell fillcobaskcts. Mrs. Luck Beazlcy, of Stanford, is Orchard, Democrats Vote For MeCreary. Bank of Stanford, Ky met ycaterdaj', Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Harmon ot . was the guest of her daughter Mrs. the gu t of her brother, Mr. Hum-J.i- paid all expenses ,'iid taxes; declared caster, arc the guesta ol their ryvillo spent Sunday and Mond I 8 Aim. .Mattlo Noiu For Sale On Lancaster street, Carpenter here for several days, phrey Hudson, on Lexington ncnue. la dividend of 3 per cent papule July 3.V room house and lot. Barn, cnicken here. Mra O. T. Nuckola, and non Nop Danville Advocate. 1st, and carried 'i per cent. 11,000 to house und cool house, etc. All new Mrs. Kobert C. Saufley ot I'arker, J. C l.ynu ha benm o nflip sick lift Mr. anaBrs..,WaIlace Walter wMUi wood, if l'Jnevlllc, hae been Uie A large number of belles and beaux the surplus fund making present sur- ITice right. C. C Gooch. their lltUwwu Jojeph. spent a few lor MTtrul i!n)n. Arizona, and little son, William, i gueata for ?vcra! days ot her datiKh-ter- , plus of the hank i2j,0u0. 45-daya witiiivFe'ativea in Stanford aed thu guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Ironi Stanford went up to Crab OrchRttbirt I.. Coffey went to LouUtIiIo Jlr. X Hays Foster, Lancaster. She will toon r.rd Friday evening for thc opening Vednu,dny on a bimlneas trip. A parties having claims Tigalnst W. S. FIth represents only Ve Best Virgil Bastin an Mr, and Mra. G. C Andenoii havo Kintib In Dativllla Mr. and Mrs Vaughiin, tho eRtate of Frank and strongest insurance companies. daughter Marie, of Nlcholasvllle aro Messrs Herbert ('.rot aud F C. ilow. returned to Ml. Sterling from Uiclr coin0 heru lor a visit to Mr. Sauf'ej't ball. will present them to me, I 3A if Mrs. I'. L. llruco came Tuesday properly proven, on or before limiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo nigney. rd.-o- f Knoxillle, were giuata nero honeymoon In alio east, and will booh mother, Mrs.' J C. McClar tho Let n'm keeP yu" protected W. T. Flanagan nnd wlfo ct Iebar ot Mils Bertn Jean Tinny. go to housekeeping. Mra. Andenon young on of n'gnt from Nashville, and is here Uh 1st day of August, 1911 or bcore ever this nI Thomas, the bright Executor, barred. W. M. Myers, Alperson, having claims against non Junction are spending a few doyn Mra W. V. Humphries, of Salem, orderg the I. J., 'sent to her, an do all Mr. and Mrs.. Ward .Moore, of Crab Mr. Rruce. Huatonvlllc, Ky. McCormlck, with lelatlves here the estate ol Martin Arkansas. Is hero v. Till friendvi and brides who go out of dear old Lincoln, orchard, has been quite ill with tj-- l Mri William Secrance has return-j- . deceased will present tbem properly H'i.-tj- . or 1. rt Utile. ".MJn as rcniird by law, to me at days and ctl from n pleasant libit to relative at The llach Club wll entertain a few lorifled once. K. S. Alcorn, attorney for rfni 'art Hund. here Uh the hotiie- - hold feer for seeral Wootlle Hide, Mrs Homer Mra W. S. Drye & Co. o'McCoimick, administratrix. Iriendsof the-- fumlly are alarmed ocr. her old home In Shelby county. Mr. of their yojng lr lends with a six A ray and little daughter left IhlR flllkH 471 UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS Severance motored over and brcnuht clock picnic lunch Saturday afternoon. Mra. K T. Carter, ot KtansWUe, fclri condition. week to Will Mm, llnte's om In Kan Huatonvllte, Ky. beon the gueat lor aeerul '"UlUa Jonnle I'epples has returned her hoe. lnd has Telephone In Office sit City AT ERRIBLE BLUNDER W. K. Warner of this city ha Just to neglect liier trouble. Never do it, Matched rags In 3 sizes, sew rusa das of her mothor Mrs, Julia HuapSj from Suarpsburg whre she attended x Prof. J. W Ireland attended the V reatlvu.j here. finished InHtal ing a complete plumb Tako Dr. King's New Life Pills on the drugget: laco curtains. W. A. Tribbju eslon or thn Kentucky Kducn. and other DlMtr del?htful house party given hjj Ml-- s SHORT LOCAL NEWS ing outllt at the Crab Orchard Mr and Mra. J. 11. Snyrte of WU Owensboro tbl first sign of constipation, biliousness tlonal Association at Martin. ,' dough-ter- , HamsburK, returned home Tiienilnr af. lna or luactive bowels and preient viru The Same Mistake Is iVuae By Many week. Mn. Ireland and little Democrat! Vote For MeCreary. Mr. and Mrs. J. T IJanlster haie Stanford People. lent indigestion, Jaundice or gall I.nclle. nr,. IMtltig tier aunt ct ter a pleasant Tlslt to Mri. .nnlu Hradford-illlreturned to their liome'-ft- t It's a tummuu error and dnughters, .Mltchullburt;. On bYiday and Saturday, June 30 stones, 'ihey regulate liver, stofiiaett To p niter the aching back, Mr. and Jersey eow. J T. and July 1st all hats, lion era, rib- and bowels and build up your health after a eek gltoni hero from Crab For Sale'- Among tho Miss Ruth Allen hi.i returned to her To rub with liniments rheumatic: t Hingaman, Stanford. Mrs. W. I. Kincald bon etc In my establishment will be Only 25c at Penny's Drug Store. Urcchard last Saturday for tho Joints. homo in Somerset alter a delightful placed on the market at below coat wpro Mr. and Mrs. Llilngs.on, MIbs Jennie C'ockrell, of V.'nen the trouble comes from Uc celebration tor spot rash. MlM.Ella May Saun-der- j. Oen'ocratt Vote For MeDermott kidneys. lislt to Ming Mnry HIrkiuk. It. II. llronauch. Jr., Miss Ooodlo tledd caroe down Thursday morning oc n Vote For MeCreary. Democrats Donn's Kidney Pllia aro for kidney miter Fields, of Turnerhillle, Miss Sue Ueth James, Miaa IliMsle ihort shopping trip and spent beiera! Mrs. Ids. Ixjw iound trip fares Queen & Uvomel hki relleied and benefitted n. hours ulth MUfl Mol le Daucherr. ". And. are endorsed by Stanford KING'S MOUNTAIN visited her cousin lllnfc Jennie Hocker llano. Ttoe tjueen & Crescent Mm L'hariea A. lUrtlln. of Harrods Air. and Mrs. Jamie Carpenter, ofLlV)re Chtarrh sufferers Uu'nitlt the Houte. M&pcntf ee1C and took In the lnht Bales, Georgetown Mrs. 139 time at. Crab Crab Orchard, are receiiing coogratu- burg, la apendiagi BreLth'; U: Itouto announces low fares will be in n America. Mrs. Cicero Murphy and littlo daugt Street, Lvxliiirton. Ky., says: "My picnic. . Orchard aprln,whll Mr. Hardin U Uuons of thtlr many lricndB upon tb0 faitli in Doan'a Kidney Pills has not effect account Fourth of July. Tick- ter, Neiie are both ill. that's a . Guaranteed by C. L. A. Addara. Clerk or Uie peniten- engaged in court! at Lancaster- of a beauUful little daughter Mrs. Victor Gllllland is on the ulck finished In the least s.nce I publlc.y croup, aathma ani iJAfp'AU oe on gale July 1. 2, 3 and i Ulnc-ston- . sister, ot recommended them In 1900. I sufferin their home who came Monday eien- - nV 'or catarr! Walter Kliv-astiary mt rrmiJkfnrt camp U Crab Orcti list. ed for a number of year from kidney, .nose and throat .iiiments. Complete, final limit to return July Sth. 'Ask hav beon the guest hore of tug. George WaU sold to Charles llar-no- o, disease. I bad pains in my bach, to Tote tn the cJemo-rrall-c rd U'edaUy . . tt n frirnda for aeveral daye. Mtic.ket agent for particulars. W. "A. ir. anu .iiro. ii. rj. ll.kl nn,l "IIal o.jtnt Si PerryviUe, one cow and calf of severe at night, jxnd aa the primary Smturday Mt?. Mdrr C. Whlta. "of I'aint Lick. Jennlo Graham Bright, of Daniille.l resub: , coudno rest weU,' Head-- Btckler, General Passenger Agent. for 25. .'spcUaWpro frequent visltlng-her'son- , W. W Whito. J. C. McClary U "pendlaj: a weak In hero Hev. Livingston failed to fill his ap- aches and diji.T wlll'nrrlie toduy to be the .guwta of, Th subject ot Kei. J. 11. Jones and 1 felt miserable raout of tho time big meeting at tho Kllilr 8printi. rrcuperatlni; from an and atteed lag-tpointment at the ChitUtian churcn The pains in my back and through my Mr. 'and Mrs. Andrew Graham Whit- Catarrh Cannot Be Cured at thc Captlbt chmc! Swr.-- j M. K. ctitireh. Sunday. attack o( Ue grip. kidnes olttm pi evented mo from do,. ,., t, , ,f v, r -"-Ueligi-.n homo In the River road- .-' Kdga.r.'jwia. ot Frankfort, who haa ler at their Rev. Combs and family went to Par ing my housework and although 1 ! tutlonAl Oimh. tttd in ct&t to rur U ou must Uk Mr. Miko Smith, or Fort Smith Ar i down the linotype ma. Louisviue jourier-jaumai. ItliM 1tifitin' eltinrlRA it I ll tntfrmi rvmadlM. llftVa CtAirta Cur li takra la lor Orovo Saturday to stay over Sun tried all kinds of liniments and plasware, been heldisg Icantaa, and little ton, t.nt.llw ami mtm fllnvtl. airwin thA IimmI .ful kjimm ters, I become no better. A friend ' ' urtM.ta. 1IUI1 Cuirth on la not a quarkV-- I day. i!n, In the Interior Journal office for Mr. J. 0. Hacklcy. of New Yk Cy r. who had used Doan'a Kidney 11119 gueata tbla week of her couiln, Mra. cuie. It vaa prraenthrd by one uf the brat phytlcuuij oeral-eeWi- . returned to his home stopper for a few days with bla a I ta tbti eraatrr for yeare aod la m rrrular irrrTlpuoa. guoU result! finally advised tne to try A number from here attended the J. O. Carenter, I It la eommrMd ot tbe tonlce known, ronbhv-- d have won bt Sunday, tho union printers on tbe children's day at Waynesburg last them aud 1 procured a supply. Tbey ' purlnra. Mr. and Mrj J. V. lUcktey, v.hile liaiiace m.oln r,r thn Tex.iR itnu wtth tlia bt bloodTbe rrhtaln airfrtlr et tbe combination munm Sunduy school picnic will be held helped roe from the first, and after I thalr tight ngalnst the Frankfort Print tn route to ChicJU,M and other western prodiMw aucli vondntul retw had taken tho contents ot five boxen to., Crvstal Cltv Texas. aum tureuiaairi tt bat rVwl lor tret Imoniaia. tn. Sunday. All report a good tint?, in lag Company and the striking em- points on buslnesit lor tho Western ueveiopmeni 1 was well." r i ciiksev . nrrlied In town today. He renoru the hou D7urutnu.prm.; ; co . not. Towo. a .. back to ployes baying been called For at the old tf.'A. II. grounds on the roater-Milbur- sale by all dealers Prico 50e. Klettric Co. He will j,o to Mi.ntana sale or every man in jiib party ui TU ltui rtmlir rtAi tor raiutlpatloa. Co., Buffalo N. Y., sole Stanford and Somerset pike on July their former places. "Corker" atone to slt the Yelouatnnu I'aik ind bbuthr west 'Texaa oxtur-r-tolabt agents for the United States. J. W. Hutchebon, tho popular c06h- - Xth. A program will be arranged and be promoted by those who lg back onleck at J1 old placo in go as far as the coast before ivturnln; May ana name Doan Remember He leaves again for Texas on t. nr tkn Unn t7n.t B. Tma "'rt " uieryone Invited to come and bring take no other. the to Now York. cleanse the ytem, now and tho I. J.i office. '"v July 4th una 'will take large partys ,cl " "'" """J0 "" Hayden Is at home Senlly Josephine Mrs. Itobert Boyd, and attractive from .Mn'dlson.G.rrard and thU ooun.;., ,clty' d'd a f6""0"8 h'nK when in need of a laxative Mis been Masonic orphans the s or Ixindon. haie deteitspoonful from Montana wheru he has lM aMBedy;;k)f taking a .1,1 - -- ...1 kHM ir.H ...lw. ,.nm.jiujiiu wiiij rtiiniuunB ituu teaching in a doaf nnd dumb Instltuto, of friends and relatlics at Crab Orch-rof the eer refreshing, wholesome ticlpated in tho St. John's Day ecle- Or a little water from the human tyiteet when vacation with her parThe Lebanon boys who came to tho aud thoroughly tested by the chief chemist at Dr. and Uuly beneficial Syrup of Figs ti spend her Satllrda , Nation here last baturuay After the celebration last Masonic W. llaydon. Pierce'a Invalids' Hotel,' Buffalo, N. Y telle tho Mr. und Mrs. J. It. Harris haie nrl F.litif of Senna, which is the ents, Mr nnd Mrs. J. ceremonies a the Tate woodland)wera were boosting the Proctor Knott Chau story of Impoverished blood nervous exhaustion Mlas Hayden spent a. parents Ret I'm Is News. "utcheson prcMUtea from a ilslt to her or tome kidney trouble. Such examinations are only family laxative generally aplauquu icr all they were worth. week with her wltn a balf Pound "ol r made without cost and ia only a small part ol the und Mrs. W. C. Grlnstead nt Ixwidon proved by the most eminent phy- few days hero last the adiertisement of the Chautauqua candy. work of the staff ol physicians and surgeons under the direction ol Dr. R. V. Pierce giving tbe best Mrs. Hussell Dyche and little son re in another column. sicians, because it acts in a natural, aunt, Mm. W. . Welch. medical advice possible without cost to those liurnam, wlfo Urand Maiiter II. II. strengthening way and warms and home Monday after a thtte turned who wish to write and make a full statement of Your school tax Is due. 1 Notice! nnd CupL John A. SERVICE AUTOMOBILE symptoms. An imitation of natures method of tones up the i internal organs without and two children .eeks visit to relatives in Paris bndj 60-l-t. Clean, Reliable Cars. ill. Hughes, Trcas restoring watte of tissue and impoverishment of weakening them. It is equally benefi-fici- Illgglns motored to atanford Saturday (rati Orlicard. Iindon Sentlne. the blood and nervous force it used when you DANVILLK MOTOR & KLKCTIUOCOl midthoy attended th0 St John's Second hand liny rako For Sale! vhero take an alterative and glyceric extract of roots, for the very young and the Daniille, Ky. Mrs 8. M Logan and children, . ponce Bros. without tbe use of alcohol, such as Inst week from Wllmorc. and dle aged, as it is always efficient and Day celebration. Mr. Iliirnaui was ono Hdolity-Phenloc- - thoy with Mr. Firo lnauranee went to bouso Th Kor sale' A splandld milk cow. free from all harmful ingredients. To ol tho principal speakers on this Dr. Golden Medical Discovery Inn IteuplUK Tuoadny net it iwnrfieinl effects it is always i.. ...i .minrt. r iinl icli t ful cathor- - npartment on tho nt the liolleiuo Mv C'omimii) has placed J. their farm V fro h. Rowan Saulley, Stanford Camnhf-'I- . with W mirtmcnt bocond floor Which males the stomach strong, promotes the flow ol digestiio juices, necessary to buy the genuine, bear- li.g Ketumlnp Mr Iliirnaui and his inl?nn una nccoinnnnled by Mrs Jlo- - Hu.tomille HAIL For 51.50 per atro I will In Tt,L udditlon with tho perfect, iui 'crutcs the liver and the lost 8ipe't punCes and i r, t a floV. tt is I'ta great tloo V?r, ing the name of the Company t camo lo Daiivllle, Shakertown. lards, who will bo with the lagans latfong companies tompu I. g tbi ag aure your tbacco againct loss or c iU renoru. r i o tons. I maLca u . ttronj , mind j, Rich during their vacation m the city oucy puts It n ,. n mk mm in loss uamago oy nan. tou nouia navo u. California Fig Syrup Co. plainly I'lgh lJridgo nnd Lexington t d cool i ciuit. Uet what oj aik lor i R. M. Newland, Aflent. Phone 168 l4 puying power the frontof every package. n ond C 'nrnx printed on Midd esboro Record PERSONAL and SOCIAL I.a Venie and James NctltiR, of Ijin-- j Mrs M. K. Fish, of iCrab Rrnnd-n.othr- 1 - Mo-n.li'- a Mo-re- n an-liii- e kpeith 5t)-:- Ma-toni- c 5 V ) cltl-i.en- oa ,utaw -- Pen-arriv- d uii dic-ourse- s inell. nit :Z?JffiJIS2llffi2. curwa-iarra- iMrT-;c- r par-cnt- HAPPY OLD AGE A HEALTHY, 1,. ' n on-hi- s been-guest- d A Drop of Blood 8ee"i al d 50-1- Inn, x Pierce's p! s flcsh-builJ- -- ,icia ,. - ..,.i-sr- - aic J&.T'' H f ". TfIJ' I " ' f' n " J 1,1, JcMBgt- i.t. .jus jrv.A, J"wf r! sesggssgsasgsj . '1 - " , 4 V IW" iJU1"1 '"'""' "' W MaaiMMMlM(MWMMti'M-"---''- ' '" t UEilTENANT GOVERNOR WILLIAM H, COX. :' '. ,. 'FT5gp?rTT - r - h SB JT . . -LU 1 t, I III :'?:. - " I . V U-- . kJ Mens' Furnishings! ' 5 SP-- M . DETSY'S POINTERS: "Molly and I ngrco that counter-fel- t money nml suhntltiilo goodi come from tho irnnin turcntn. Tim coin nnd the goods m.iy pry closely ro.icinblo the genuine hut behind (hem la neither honor or nonosty You will llnrl no substlttitps, only the genuine nf standard quality ut ColToy & Colenmn's. Now In tliu time for that ten Crcnm KrccTcr and Water Cooler. Wo have thehi COFFEY A COLEMAN, Prompt Delivery, Phone 196. u. 9vssbssmsIhVS SMSfcfcz New Hopklnsvllle, Ky., m &ax8!i No line of our business requires more careful thonght in High School, built under the administration of Barksdale Hamlett, as Superintendent of the Hopklnsvllle public schools. Vnte For Hamlett For State Superintendent Of Schools. "OF TWO EVILS," ETC. its selection than our furnishing goods, and today we are showwith soft or laundered cuffs and collar at 50c. $1, $1.50, $2 Night Shirts 50c nnd $1. Collars, all the new Shapes. bows nnd string ties 25 nnd 50c. Suspenders 25 nnd 50c. Garters 10c 25c nnd 50c, with the rubber in them of any garter mndc. Collar buttons 5, 10 nnd 25c. Four-in-hnn- d l I NO TROUBLE AT ALL ing dress shirts Negligee shirts, 1 I " V ) f Mm SIXTH ANNUAL ASSEMDLY era m&mi lssssssssssssssssssssssssssV''aiilsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssn i JV I tttS, A,lVul jjmwjRtJi'!iJi mmms&A 5 u 'l Ai fesff il sfepS ir.i "ZSZSk i I I Proctor Knott Chautauqua Association Ituiiii.!.ited i ii Lieutenant Governor William H. Cox, who aspires to tbe higher office of . aTovernor and whose picture appears la thU Issue, was born In MaysTlile, Ky, Oct 22. 1850. He was educated In tbe public and private schools of his natlre city and Is In all respects a self made ma,n. At an early age be was placed In dry goods store and followed merchandising for thirty years. His first entry into politics was in 1887, when be was elected a member of the city council f Mayarllle, being for fonr terms, fire years of which he was president of tbe council In 1S93 be was elected mayor of tbe city, serving four years, being tbe first mayor under the new constitution. In the year 1800 be was elected senator from tbo Thirty-Ardistrict, comprising the counties of Mason and Lewis, a strong Democratic district. He served four years and waa again elected In 1003. serving tbe full term. In 1900 be was tbe caucus 1 nominee of bis party in tbe legislature for United States senator, receiving tbe unanimous vote. In 1007 be was nominated by acclamation in the convention W at Louisville for lieutenant governor and was elected. No member of tbe senate ever served on more Important committees than Governor Cox railroads, revenue and taxation, good roads, etc.: an earnest supporter of tbe local option measures, Ms vote being recorded always for tbem: an advocate of food and better schools. In all these mportant matters he has taken an active part. He was a member of tbe committee of Ave senators appointed at the cession of 1904 to revise the tax laws of Kentucky. Tbe committee held public meetings In many different sections of tbe state, giving their time and money free of cost, as their actual traveling expense was all that was ever repaid tbeeo. This committee reported the result of their labors to the session of the legislature in 1900. and a bill was prepared known as chapter 22, "An act relating to revenue and taxation," which bill passed both bouses and received tbe signature and approval of the governor. Section 8 of this act was known as the land title and old land grant section and was the law that gave to the mountain people of Kentucky absolute title to their lands, which bad been so Having passed through and approved by the court of long in controversy. .Appeals of this state and nfllrmed by the supreme court of the United States, TOO JHUCU cruuu cuuuui uu Kit?u lueno ujcu lur lueir kwu wont, wuicu cnueu H 41 controversy of over a hundred years. Governor Cox was also a member of tbe gooa roaas commission mat muoreu bo earnestly towara giving oetter roaas to all sections. The committee is still at work ana at the next session of the legtolatnrt In 1012 will report a bill that will be passed and as a result better roaas in every section ci tuo uuc. uumuw wji u aiou u uiciuucr ui u committee appointed by the legislature of 1010 to redtstrlct tbe state in Judicial and congressional districts, and at last the voting power of the )rtate will be equalized, and It will not be longer said that it takes six or seven and all tbe people of all sections mountain men to equal 6ne In tbe el tbe state will be equally represented and will have an equal share In tbe settlement of every public measure, that affects their interest lieutenant Governor Cox has been the acting governor on many occasions, and It is the universal opinion .that he has served tbe people with fairness and (a an able manner, not only bringing honor to himself, but credit to the stats, subjects be has proved bis capability, and la handling 'difficult of bis that was not performed with honesty no one can of purpose lnt to a single act 3..a a ti vu1 nf thit nMnlA of Ihn commonwealth. Am nrMtdlnr oASmt nf ,. mamt h demonstrated his fitness for the nocitlon bv deciding anesrJons received the plaudits of his constituents. Tola is the man srttbeat favor-anrttesvs likeness appears in these columns and asks your support In bis ambition to be governor and who will If nominated BE ELECTED. Governor Oox is tma earnest Odd Fellow, having been a member for thirty years; a past grand ter of tbe state, a member of the board of directors of the Odd Fellows' .Widows aad Orphans' borne at Lexington and one of tbe originators of the ifcosaa. He has been a member of tbe sovereign grand lodge of the world for Useteen years; Oiling some of tbe most responsible positions, ana Is now the VchalrBian of the committee on finance. He Is also a Mason of high degree, a d degree Scottish IUte Mason and a Bbrtner. Kals'ht Templar and a t Governor Oox.is net a man of word, but of deeds, and be hopes to be aecalBated andelected not through hti oratory or stump speaking, but through his fidelity, latwr.and heartfelt Interest in tbe welfare and substantial progress ot Kentucky, not through false promises and reckless statements. legU-t'latlv- e, ulua-gflt- t Mrs. Midas Smlff George. I've Just been reading here an article on dyspepsia. The writer sars the best cure for It Is poverty, for that makes you work. Mr. Midas Smlff Thank you. but rd rather keep my drspepsla. Lebanon, Ky. I aHsBBBBBBBs! Father of Astronomy. Hlpparcus, the father of astronomy, established the fact of tbe processlos FOLEY'S KIDNEY REMEDY. of the equinoxes that is. that the sun mln-nt- e crosses the equator about one farther westward each year is particularly recommended for IN) years before Christ was born, and chronic cases of kldne,. and bladder It is consequently believed that be . l knew the earth was spherical In form. ..xuuii-- it tenas to regu uto and the kidney and bladder nnim, He catalogued 1,000 stars and invented an Instrument for calculating latitude and is healing, KtrenBthcnlnir nml brarlnp. and longitude. con-tro- Hut you had The Girl (offended) Tirs hiislriAaa in rtam mA The Man Rut It wasn't business It was pleasure. Jui)e28 co Julij 8," Inclusive BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS. AN IDEAL SPOT FOR CAMPING AND OUTING. GREAT PLATFORM AT- TRACTIONS NOTE THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM Musical four. Th0 Strol lers, LaUargc Musical Co., LnMont's Oouccrt Hand. I.ECTUHKS Cnr Robert B. Ulenn, r thcr Travew. Gore, of Okahoma. Hon. L. II Stringer, I)r J. A. Steel. Miss 'Mary Agnes Dojle. Dr L. E. York, and manv ethers. Sen-ato- Collar bars for soft Collars 15c. Cuff buttons 25c, 50c and $1 per pair. Sox, 10 and 25c and a beautiful one in lisle or pure silk at 50c. Ladies cot-to- n and lisle hose 10c, 25c and 50c. Same in silk at 50c 75c, $1, $1.50 and $2 a pair ' . fK5 lA .MUSICAL: H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. tiaSSSSSSSSgMMy,,,M",M"M"MMiMMMMiWMWiMMM Daily Base Ball Games. A series of base ball games has ben arnnced betweon innmi ing neat by towru. There will be a game encn clay, with two ra.mi nn July 4th. The new grand stand il bo adequate, to accommodate tho spec tators, nnd tho games will be mnr. interesting than cr before. ,.n,a,ii Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When LJ (is TiHbT i. "HAND FIRB WORKS ON OF JULY 4TH. NIGHT "Supper Ready i . . " ', d When you get back to camp, tired and hungry, you do not want to spend tho evening getting supper ready. You want a stove you can start up in a minute that will cook quickly and welL For camp, houseboat or bungalow, a New Per-- 1 lection Oil Cook-stov-e u the ideal cooking device. It is ready for use in a moment j It saves all the trtuble of cutting wood and getting in coal It does aot overheat or make dirt in a kitchen ; there are no ashes nor smoke. It requires leas ittticm and cooks better than any other range. S MUswlt f.2uJSUMra.& I g.tfw Umti MiIwiii. tmalMd UmckOTl. This will be a most spectacular ex lilliltlon. und this attraction alone will be worth the price of a seajon ticket. Seaon Tickets: dren $15; Adults S2.25; Chl. Slngle admission 35c. Address for any Information, W. vj 6. Dilly. Sec. Lebanon, Ky. your physician ha pre- Kcnbcil n medicine for you to take, the next important utep Is to liac that prescription placed in the hand of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so It will bo compounded exactly a directed. We have coined an enviable reputation for always bcini; very careful and painstaking in our compounding and (eel that, la all justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescription here. Here, too, you will find a complete and Inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating wo carry awl iKommuJ ALABAST1NE. tho beautiful wall coatins. Call and see samples o( tints and ask us about it. PENNY'S ORUQ STORE. Stanford, Kentucky Ik thirty-secon- H&rBdrfcei wxT ssssssssssM F99 i mbMKuhacitap,riKliiabto4wk LMUantTtrjnriKKt criptiT OilTCogktovc "I Ssssl lU circi WIXUWU- - Staaaard Oil (lacofporaM) Ceayuy Lincoln County National IWity: Mits Garrison is the daughter of j. J. Garrison, one of tho good farmers in this end of the county. LINCOLNITE rORMER MARRIES She is cultured and refined and 1b pr pared In every way to make home OKLAHOMA 'iJELUE. liappy for A. G. Their many friends throughout Tbe following clipping trom the end of the county Join bands this with luailuy, Oklahoma, tho In wishing them ecpmch interest hereor the, groom J a long, hnpp) and prosperous! life. a former Lincoln county man and many friends and relatives In this Weds In West thing. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY Bank I 'J MWs"7'l'"l?M'Wr We Want n n. PROGRESSIVE STRONG ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bankf Account. CAPITAL $50,000. First Roll of Honoi . Produce 'CtlTswStTrisrQLn W Bank in Stanford AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRfeSQED POULTRY, EGOS, ICE, COAL, WOOL, HIDE8, FURS, SALT, LIME, ,lN8ENe - ill . ilr. A. G. Coffey, Jr., apd Miss LoTs farribon were married in I'awhuska, uieeday, Juno 20, 1111 at th home K? the THnun Prmbverlan nrp.arhpr Bg people wero accompanied to r ... - - REPAIRS MADE ON -- . First in Central and South-Ea- st FEATHERS ETC Mot or ars Open an Account With us TO-DA- Y. SURPLUS ;$25,000 Kentucky Ninth in State of , kwhuska by Mr and .Mrs. It. Dixon, AND ALL KINDS OF Ifar Garrison aniK Miss Mary Car- After the ceremony tho young Machinery M It. FARMER: JIako your home as modern for your family m a ice, jmple loft for their ,new homo up oti SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER jrtsslon creek in the northeast part of res'uk'iice, and place you reel I'm a position to get the latest market .iotatiou COOD SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES at any time. This can bo accomplished by means of our lo'opliouo wlier be "has aloao. BEST EQUIPPED G Coifey, Jr, H one of the bet MACHINE SHOP IN THE BLUfe which you and your neighbors caii yet for a sum that U tiuull coiupural wtb tho bonofita receivwl. Cull or address our neiiret nlliev or write dintit to GRASS. most prosperous young men in tlio RURAL TELEPHONES. Kentucky Capital Surplus 100,0C0 DON'T BE TOO nENEHnus with tho cement, lime. etc. vuu snt from us. Iteniemtier Wat nil our build Ing miitorlals ore much stronger than tho ordinary und you can therefore use less than ordinary quantities. II you llko we'll tell you Just how tn mix ttiem to get the bost results nt llio least cost Come tn nnd ask us. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. H.B. Norfhcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153 fm i Spring Suitings My new spring nml summer samples nro now roady for your Inspection. They comprise tho bent on tliw mnrkct I ,ii "!! none m to prlc who bad tils clothes maile t onlw. A iwlt madu to your ineau, u iirefowMe inuj uiruu uiuuitw jo uave mail" tn ttwaniire dorn't cml wrai nay more than ready made when quality nnd fit is considered Come In und lot me talco your measure H C J. jvunty ec-vi- ce 100,000 i 1 CONCRETING i .1 ty and until about a year ago been a rrvldcnt'of this end of tbo DANVILLE MOTOR S ELECTRC :nty He has ft! world of friends CO. ro Mho wish hltu 'be best of over' DANVILE, KV, 123 N. Fourth St. u leadquurterd, Nushvillo, Tonn., for information texanling (Mir iooinl "Fur-meLino" rate. If you are not ut preent eujoyiog service, we can immediately iuterst you. Our lint euver the Hmii of Ivetituckv. Tonnetsee, JliMiwipiii, Louisiana and tie ""'uilurn iMtrt u Imliauu ai'il Illinois. EAnT .KNM' -- i:i Ti.I XIFAj. CO. CorotrMnttuCouft-lloUs- e Stanford, Ky. J A i Wnoi-- liipotltliin toiloitll kind, of con uih n lll.i. k srettnK Ihv. nifuv-- I nl In iHCt. mn i in iiihIii .iv llililK Iritin vv inn wn, hiinivddMii tn frMC immi ton proiiliy hmJ (1r.. ! o iimuiu t - ( . ,. wrt'k and niHli rln letofi-VOInn roinl i li n 'ik intut , W vvzwr .' PHILLIPS BROS., l,ti RUPLEY, The Practical Tnllor Great Harvest Sale! Right when the great crops of the country are beginning to be harvested and nearly everyone L HARVEST SALE has money in his pocket, we are before you with a GREAT Every summer we offer these great feasts of bargains. We endeavor to make each sale better SEMI-ANNUA- than tne former and as we know the needs of our customers and profit by experience, we leave no stone unturned to have the merchandise people want at money saving prices. Below you will find the figures, come to this sale and you will find these figures are facts. This great sale begins: Wednesday, July 5th, Closes Saturday, July 15th, TEN DAYS OF UNPARALLELED LOW PRICE SELLING. 8UITS one-fourt- OFF TOO SUMMER DRESS GOODS a I '' o oft the low price of our suits they cost When you take you loss than sluts nt seemlngl,. larger cut price'. If you need a milt tor curly fa'l wrar make n note of ttili. SKIRTS One of the greatest Skirt bargains ever ottered Is choice ol woolen skirts, former prices up to $5 Tako any at $1.35. This Is half the cost of material In many of them. seventy-five ft0 COO yards good clean patterns In Lawns the 10c and 12Vfcc kind at ..7 wash foulards, a very desirable and pretty summer fabric. Regular price, 25c sale price 14c yards silk tissue and Duponnie silk worthi 25c and .19c, take your choice for Most popu'nr fabric of the season. ISc yd SILK DRESSES Ten drnises left of the 112.00 and $15.00. ery best styles WASH SUITS at 17.60. Karly season price TWKNTY-8EVB- WASH SUITS carried from last season, style goods. The price we make Is lei than the cost of the skirt. $1.65 and $2 16 suits that ro aold at $5 to $10. WASH IKIRT8 lleuutlfuly mode new wash sklttg that are most desirable right now. Von can take 10 per cent oft of these You have Read The Whys And Wherefores Of This Sale. all to avail themselves ot this opportunity. Tbo rush Is so great that to run longer niakjTih train to great for la these sales- tnlr"tore Wi U like a bee mve from o;alng until closing tlme,- . SUMMER DRESS GOODS All short length and dress length. of nne foulard silks, sold every where at 85c to $1. fn this sale, fi?c yd. 'JOO yards line Egyptian tissue wash voiles and flaxons, , made to sell at 25c, tal.o them along at 17c yd. ROO yards all shade In Linen Suiting, tan, rose, hello, pink, Lt. blue, the Kc and 15c kind In this ealo only7c lTtn v.liia snln nrtrA 9&il tin v..i1a A( In u'hltA InHIn I.rnvn rt-n1:- l- ''"I HOSIERY 200 pr. Men'e heard of buying for a jons. and take. thee .dresses. You WASH DRESSES Sing the song, k . WE MAKE THE LIMIT ten days ample time to allow "one-thir- off."' tan and black Socks, 4 pr. for pr. Ladles' tan or black Hose, 4 pr. for ht pr. Chldren's Fancy Socks Uc and 20c grade JOO 25c 21c So - - ; , .'.-. . . GLOVES P ' -' pr. BLACK WOOL SKIRTS... $3.00 now - can have ft good, serviceable, good style skirt WAISTS at tint should bring" THE MME IS RIPE, tbo summer wag late coming. It will be late going. Several months to wear summer good yet. You will want school slippers, dresses, hose, hats and etc., tor the children. Never a more opportune time to buy. Anticipate your future needs In cotton goods, a:i we oiler are below real value, if you have a little money make It do douole duty In pr. Silk Mitts bock or 'vblferBulaf $1 50 pr. Long Silk Glove-- ' to $1.50 carried oyer. values this sale price "uc f.UHlity .,.,-13,- 5 S'Jc . $2.85. MEN'S AND WOMEN'S UNDERVEAR 150 Ladles' Tape N'cck and Arms Vests at All odds and ends Vests and Pants, the 25c kind 200 Men's 50c and 75c, fine Undershirts (samples) 60 pr. Men's Elastic Seam Drawers, 50c kind 50 Men's Shirts and Drawers, .poronj klnt ferable nt t'5c. To make this sale still more Interesting we will offer a lot of orv deHlg assortment of l.lnen and India Linen Wnlst $1 waists at G!c. AND 7 l-- BLACK SILK PETTICOATS COLORED Twentv-flv- e silk skirts made ns w. I as human hamls can make them at The colors are $5 and $ $3.18 for th color, and $3 00 for the black ,sIn this sa e values CARPETS AND RUGS been n grout drugget gwison, we hnvu n bigger line than at This has any time this vear You Vhii tnko 10 pel cunt off the price of any of these. r7xM Volvet lings nt .. ;; 10 rolls ..peclnl job nmttjng. the 21c mul --'.e kind nt low price of S!xl2 feet matting dnigj tx nt the veiy of mnttitiR loi halls and looms at about Kemnant CURTAINS 1.;- -lc nt 29c 39c 23o le ., this sale, if you are fllusb, have more left by buying at a saving. IF YOU this one. It any or our former sales ou will coine to you have never been to one. ask your neighbor.next time you HAVE ATTENDED RIBBON AND LACES r.00 vds. Val Ibices wtilte and fancy ,nn A- - lAAAn n1 T Mnn tha ri ... HV, ntw w. n VU UUi liiuvca till rnn ..I.. ....-.hn.... oil ol L-- I! 1,. linn UVV JU3 VAH UC.IJ .! " will bring borne one. .. ;",: 1.0 rmlr Ure CurtnlnsTsiw regular I1.S8 kind at Odd pairs lace Curtain, at about TABLE OIL CLOTH half price desliig-- . THERE ARE TWO WAYS of making money, ono by hard work, the other is by judicious spending. Wo present the opportunity for the 'atter THE REMNANT COUNTER Is alway8 a feature of uur sales. No matter how well the articles has sold, if i short piece enough for a bklrt, a waist, a shirt, It goes on the remnant counter at about half price. It will only bo jr.ii at Laces, worth up to 10c for inn t'lnrl fl. (fn, IO JUS - ...u.. .k A. vrf.) In -- a, 111 , fill muuI l!(l cUa. ... ww on, .1. o..3 '' ........ 3c vq lEn r.UV. f 1 V L' Plhhnn rtnoll.v ill The 25c kind uale price .A - nv.n & T.ll. In urMo n flnn 'uc, hit, lie hnur flHIinn anu i.c ya. ICc JI jl increi l AMCniie niNwt.L.i.niibuuj , 39c v Gc-- ' ir.n Hnitlna Whlttmore 10c uollsh. this sala ' .': ion assoited Ijice and Panc.v Co lars at 13c' .. ..... ...... ... . .!.. . unc uoa iiuituKiLiiieio ut ...i.-..- . 25 dozen plain wuue scuooi n.,.Ji i .zuc 10 aoz, lie graue iiaiu iowcis ui .i .,... ,t,.,.,18c .each 10 doz, 25c Bath ToweU at 10 doz. extra, large, extra heavy Hath Towels at for the pair, !!...".,.... 25c to'SSc t Ladies'-arChildren's Sailor Hats ' ' ..5(8c ' Matting Suit Cases ...... ."'4 So ' Buttons, 2 doz for '. I'earl for 5c t 25 eioss Satety Pins the 5c quality, In this sale, gm 25 School Umbrellas nil colors, 15 pieces standard Table Oil Cloth usually sold at 20 and Mc. u e price lie )d. SHOE BARGAINS. 3". white and wall lormer July Sale) here. necessary to Buy (to thoto who have attended our Severance July Sa'e begins July 5th, They will be ... iu ..-,.- ., ... J j '! I ineJ1.25 and' JLOO kind at '.'.'. ...'.'.'. ..He reguiar price $8 sa prlro II.-- 0 2 ami fl.50 Zlegler ; tSo'S'r l.fc 'sl'lppeY 'tVnie' and' aV'a dVawlng ,MkKoBlthtniilnii that this is'tle'leal velvet, you to take 10 per cent oil the price of any of our ard wTwIU all crnvenette. or suede low shoes imt-n- t. tatln. " nalr of mem" heavy work oho, h at ' i' heavy work shoes - th $2 grade at II.W nt Eo pit men" tan and patent c w- shoe, $3 and $4 grade oxfords S3 pair old ladies KM shoes and " pair 'of ladle Hue shoes (small nes "Kh grade low shoes V pairs of ladles low oomlorl shoes. Solid leather regular price $L2S ........ USE THIS CIRCULAR ns a memorandum wish to look nt. REMEMBER days. IL and check the items you will .'avc time for you and us. these special prices are for spot cash, the limit is for ten Take advantage of thlg opportunity. ...:.. PREMIUMS ' With each purchaie amounting to $..0u, we will give .choice of twenty-fiv- e subjects or beautiful carbon copies from master pieces. These pictures are a credit to any home. 1th each waist, skirt or uress pattern we will give a McCall paper '' WILL NOT find an extravagant statement in this advertisement where the reduction Is exceedingly gieat w0 give a reason for It. YOU DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. Many other items not mention nt special low prices. in tfctj ndrortliement will be offered pattern. With each pair Children's Hose, 10c to 25c we will give ns long as they last, a bag of marbles With each purchase amounting to $2.00 we will give a beautitul piece t! assware. With each purchase amounting to $5 you will get free an IrnltattcD Cut Glass Pitcher. Keep this thougtit before you. "I get a premium ut Severance's salo In addition to the money I save." Kind In this silo .... Don't Forget The Time And The Place WEDNESDAY, JULY 5 TO 15, South-Ea- st t"a Corner Main and Depot Street. SEVERANCE & SON Stanford, Ky. - f .Willi ... -- - 04 .V gl WAIT FOR THE GREAT ..d. LANCASTER FAIR JULY 26, 27, and 28. I Bigg er Premiums And A Better Stock Show Than Ever Before $3,000 in Cash For The Winners This is Lincoln County's Fair As Well As . Garrard's and All Your Friends Will Be There -- THE FARMERS o-:- HUSTONVILLE I i Tne't-ontlmicOamccrats Vol Ter McCrsary. rain here Saturday. Strayed or Stolen 3 steers, under prevented fully 100 persons kit In eacb ear. Heward lor recovery from here attending your picnic. It C. 3. Shelby. Shelby City. Ky. ror Sale Second nana .ticv;or- - Is hoped that another date will be mack binder. M. 11. Lytle, phone aunounced In lhe near future. 47-1WM. e e stock, dealer' Our For Sale A f,w rstu Intnbj, by an McCormack & Co, shipped last week imported Shropshire ram, 1. 1. to Cincinnati four tars of tip top Phillips, Houte No. 1, boz 40, Stanford, lambs, and one car ot fat hogs for 491 Ky. vthicl. they paid top pr:ces. Uesinnlng July 1st orders will bo Mllss Bona Coy of Somerset, won taken for coal In the noxt JO dayg for the charming gue-- t last week of MIm Immediate delivery at lie per bUBhe . Florence Enner-aon- . Prather was asleep. Airs Place yoC,r orders now tor August June Held bas gone to accept a 'engine. , Hiram Johnson ht aunt, took ihargoj prices will be higher. Jones liaugh 01-oC Uie body and bad It burled. nan k Co.. Moreiand, Ky. Lone View, AIx, where he- formerly A Mir. Harris, of IjuisvlLe rarne d a five year-olJ. II. Thompson did business. haro- - Friday with eight little; children horse mule Al Holtuea fur Sl., also enjoyed bj 5 A moonlight hay ride, bovs and 3 girls from the Children's a cow and calf to KM Gainc, ot rn- about thirty of our prominent young. home,, with the iew ot having thoiu caster, for JS. ladles and gents last week had the J. C. Lynn, thn Main sti'-e- t Tmtcoer nitslontune to break down when ahou'. odopted b yhcads of familiia. Thty ha j some honey over 5 virs old netl clad, veil behaved and neem-tnnlthree mllai out. 'limy all claim the art Democrats Vote For McDermott .is happy as Iitt u clucKi right walking was was good and tlicy ar The recent rain have :ualel.illy ii rived home foot rare and tired about tuiL it their shells. iAian ItiiBsoll, wllo nnu child, of proved the condition (if the riowthg midnight suffiwith corn, and with tho and Smith Bnughmaoi and family motor- Lmisvllle ate spending, tincient cultivation :;i;i n ;nls nop di.r ed up- - to Mr. J K. Ilatighmam Sun- .1 J Aden and wile letter to A. B. JltKinite' f oni hij, iu& lhe recent J,outli, the n'ltlook Is day returning home about 5 P. M. yio'd. MeaoVfavorable lBfa-laig- o Mr. and Mrs. U. it. lie Coruiack and m Heasant of Abilene; Tuxjb. nn, dows are shorter tlian common, a com- son Can oil were- - tho guests of rela- nounces the death of Squiro James plete failure in ioniy localities. tives In Danville on Satunlay anil ranieis of that place, his fathoHu iw Siiuire U. married' a daughter of tll Sunder. ! put on mt lavid Shannon J'jnes, of Mcio Liberty has come to CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK an automobile .ltne through' note to ney and moved to TUxasi IS. of ill Cincinnati. June 29. Livestock reach-jitnere Im amplo years ago. Receipts 973; market quiet; steers S3. Moreland tlTie for train , number one, and two and husband t Mrs. Lena T5C.10; heifers 12.7504.7..; cowa XI. r.nd fire. and slit and TCturntng, Lwuvj Iiradtordsille,Averitt are guest of the- - tor 470.p4.G8; calves X48.25. Hogs Re- by SP M. nitrs father Mr. F. M. Yowell. Mrs. ceipts 3.CC8; market weak, lOfrlSc A. J. Adama bought a. handsoaiy Arthur Coburnt of Oncinnatl In viatt-iStower; packers IS 408.65; stags tX double seated.' auto this wook I ton her sister Mrs. James Yowell. tutrOvcland Co., The Adams, Bros, aro Jerry Adanu having negotiated tn 7504. CG; common novo X4.2fiC3.C0; anions tbe toust progresshiG bunlnma. the last few days for a tourinj car of ItlfiS and lights X4.75ftG.40. Shsep Ue riven of the West- Knd. many horn power, should you see Cclpls 4.C75; market lower, cteaily, Investors who are seeking absolute. something of the kind flashing through property tncome, produ-rln- g f 1.7603.50; lambs 10QlSc lower S3. ly certaincJQould Keep tbwlr eyo on tho your town- at a gait, you 4r stock 597.C0. that MinouiiLetnent when .stock will be of. may bet your bottom lored in our liiterurbau lint to Alore-li.n- Jerry U heading for the lUhlng CALIFORNIA DRUC ot Dlx niter. A LEADING Don't forget It GIST Mr. and Mrs. li. A. Keee. our Alt members of tb0 itmonrlUe Com Pasadena, CaU March 9, 111 nicrclul Club and their Iriends aro and daughter of Newman, Ca, We Foley and Co, GentlemenInvited to meet next Saturday evening arrived Tuesday and we lupe to keep fcave so'd and recommended Voley's if.l 7...Q In tbo Opera Houso on busl- - tlioio a'l summer. unnw nmi Tar ComDOuna for years. Mrs. George W. Rirte son and diiugh Uy order vt President CUas. I,cna' ... . A nna nt - tPi- - of Trone, Olilihoma aro hee viswe oei.o.o I.v lu 1a -- - -- . tlm mnif Wlieeler by w. It. WIlllamB. Sec'y. ., ,,.., iting their Humorous efficient expectorants on the market friends. Mr. CoBtalnUng no optate. or narcotic, it I'.Iffe raoed to Oklahoma about ten beyond b! 8,.V!?- - "e..t-l"?.l;.1M- lh the worlds champions, tho Pir- - yeara ago and ha prospered Ills expectations. . ' - n1i a l lino Tin nauaBt-- i James And Moso Cook of Nashville, ! work be will ing esult.. and doe. not Interfere he the champion pitcher ol America Tcnn., formerly cltlzetis of our cltj ..." IDI ,..,, ,. UUti W.I nuu with digestion 1UUID are visiting their numerous friends tnu worm. H. Ward Drug Co. C. L Parsons, Mr. l.ogan Ititjsell of Louisville la and relatives here thU week. original getfy and Treas. "Get the On account ot certain conditions Foley's Honey and Tar Compound In visiting friends and relatives here and th'e owners, control which condl notlug tho remarkable chaoen la our the yellow package. vicinity sluco h school days, city and splen-mornin4G-wide-awakI d y - Mr. Yandelf. of Roy'e rouaty Kent '44 bead of heavy eattlz to Ms. Chris g I.) on Monday to gram- - on b!s Ud Brass and put them in. shape lor export, to ioreign mariceis. Democrats Vote For McDsxtnott 'Xevis Prathcr a young man of !" m struck by an engiae on Saturday morning about day ligut, near the coal chute and so mangled that he died soon after he was Drought to the depot if Moreland. The cngineen sajy. that he was sitting on the track and was nnt KMn bv lilm until within n rall'3 wk lire-and- K - two-ralnut- two-pence- son-inla- " Pcnt Is vlsitins.frhjids Stanford. Democrat! Vote For McDermoU Mibb Ituth .McCollum la visiting Mrf Ky. Wallaco Cover and Ituth Antirewa a. Prof. Ttomas l.ongo. the anrcplan Cnl) 0rcjlarJ1 1st, of uanvnie U cordially invited to Miss Katie Kirchsabel. ofi IaiuHtIIU luolud in his next flight a. fe hours ( v (siting-Mn- s Fied'Urft-- r him islt in our city, and let us 8lu not ony how well we feed our guests Mr. and .Mrs. R. - Pulliuin, f and especially the high fl)crs. Jackson, Tonn . aru visiting Mr. Jciui Democrats Vote FcrrMcCraary. Pnlllam TlH'j fcave-but- i rwnlly mar Mr. Charles Worth, of Tampa. Ha . ncd ;irrivef Saturday for it shot: visit to .Misses Mary and Ad Steel, have iriends and relatives Irr the Illue Grass He is looking finu andils Jbllghtnfl' letuined from a visit to their nuut, with the sunny soutb.and espetialb Mr-- ,. 0ln W. Raw 1ngs In. Dsitvllle. with Florida. 1L. exiiects to return John IlntcKett Is. Ill uf there soon. ty before AuguBt- - 15. Grulibs Thii timber from 17,000 acres of laud! in Casey county has uuen pledg tell us tltnt his wire will b hiB ilr.t od tt be brought here. fori shipment, n.slstant In the school' rt that place to Cincinnati as soon t- h- talkodt of ,, t,,at M,gI) a, Cas. Mnrtu TM Infnriirhfin linn fmm liprit tn fnroln,l y county; wilr oocupv til ptltlon of IsnunuinK. Somn of the Umber pledg oil will be liau.jl lully i0 milos. It Primary tunrner. Mr Patrick KelVy. of ?niuer-f- . Twit be a great toiler tatl! Southern tuid it is expetied they nl taku litll wlo ha be?ir risitinK his brolher. Mr, iluit tho stock . "Tug" Kefey. has rturnJ to his Sirs. W. M. Myers, oitertalnwl! lt!fc home. m Uwn feto Lit t' Wedivuxday aftarnoun Uttle Mtss Hazel Oaucom d.titl-te- r frt-ithree to six n'elock In honor of or I Mr. nd! Mrs. .Mack Da ir.-u't Tier nloce. Miss Kathryn Worrlner. of I ' and tier friends sope for a sreezy texlngton. Itefresamentf. were serv recovery. ed and evtryono upent most de Mlsges Nancy and Del'a Klnchcloo Hghtful afternoon. Ainoug thou,. pre ot Hantlnsburg who have been spendsent wero Mlssos Ada Alcorn, Jessie ing two weekii with Miss I.eiilce CM-lanPowell, Sadie naughmflnv Hettle Hoyd returned to their home on Men-daMarguonite McCormlck. E iwbeth morning. Km ma Combest, Dela Com Mr. W. G. Feathers, of New Hnvsu. best, KlizeLeth SXephcn-on- , Anna formerly ectlcn foreman at this ptac Floyrt, Helen Hocker. Besile lllffe, v.'.is operated on for appendicitis nt Hcssf Tlaoghman. Elba Rout. Hddlo MrChord Sanltirliim nt Lebanon. Last T drpepter, Mia llarnetlo, Atwlo rtpnrt wns that he was doing ninety firpt-nHr- . Weather- Meisrs. and thnt be would recover, which Is ford, t'trl'slfa flyers. Hudson Ilohon good news to the town and communi.Too Wilt Hout. Paul Wills. James ty. Tlpyd Wealherlord, Jamei M g Heatiicii Keelor his Hall and Elftood Weatherford. 'rcii r. visit to New Y.i,n.nrt Lexlnr en RI10 was a gues of Mm Houn-l-e- r A PEEK INTO HIS POCKET In tho Ilrst named city and of would show the. box. or. Ilucklen's Mrs Kugene Orubbs In tin last namArnica Salve that K. S. Lbper, a carpenter, of Marille, N. Y., always car ed. Mlssos Gertrude and Sara Richardrlos." I have never had cut, wound, bruise, or sore it would not soon son aro guests of Mrs. Molllo Poor heal," he writes. Greatest healer of InTJurgia. burns, bolls, scalds, cnapped bands MIbs Ethel Clarkson Js down with and lips, feveTscrus, en attack ot typhoid fever. eczema corns and pile. 85c at Miss Annie Davis lq visiting rela- Peony's Drug tore. Ia. lions are such ns to cause the owner T a. Bijlendld farm. witu. ele ganCimprovemcnts and 'In. a line com- munlta to want to sell his farm, ha wui mane a price mai li sura 10 sen it to the first one applying. Address for particulars Dot SJ, Hustouvltle, 1'00-acr- e JUNCTION CITY Mrs. Jobph.Cood tivi h and. friends aL Shelby vtlie. MUrWASH THOS5 PIMPLCS OrF tT zV t. D.. ittat tutu. tootUinK will go to. I.exiuKtou. later.' wash, that recoplzed reiaedy for Dr. J. P. Green, of London, was iHrl and ail akin triMiblos. hiitt sueats of .Mr. and .Mrs. J. II. llaukhi drops tsko awny that awrul buxUis on Wodnesday. He ns an big wsj Itch, cleanse Ue skil-l- wash away home from .1 visit to his brother t" every pimple Itapurlty Noth Ing ltki IK D. D.. for tb complexion Spring fled Let a 'J5 ctat trial bottle today Democrats Vote For McCreary. worth ten times Its cost to have a. Prof, and Mrs. Lduanf Grubbs an lott'e In the house. At any rat", prop iiounco thai thwy win not go. to I.H.r into our store t talk ovtr the tu writs rs of .his wonoVrful prescnptloa. lltyant "luwltt. IWvr, l Ifatli. and Tanner Stanford JvV. AdkHii- - havo en Jobs lhe- men -- . try Suu-gat- 1 whii are ! i'dinn the .ilk tn Mtclh) nvrnue. Mr. Orvlllh Hue: and family hav moved to residence belonging to Mr. li. S. Martin. c .i "r FLY NCJS . Iif. T. Ihirke. who has n store rross the nllfy from the allrged oil SBBBBBBBlVSAvSKMiBBBBW well has discovert! that ht has beeo the beneficiary of the last named. One i'ay last week be found that n koro-ren- i, tafik n pia strre (was lealanie ., at of about f and FOR SUMMER DRIVING f.allons daily He hns had a new tank the comfott of botU Corses and drttr InslaJled and It is salt) that tne o.T rs should be specially considered by welt stopped-- giving up kero-fn- o at securing a proper outfit ot lap robes, about lh same time. blankets, fly nets and other acrewsil s trout our couplet assoitineat ol tuirs Koods. Here are lljii, but MIDDLE AGED AND ELDERLY lroBg ab J durable, single and double PEOP-Lharnu&s, admirably suited to road pur Use Kldfioy Pllb, for nulck posM, along with a lull line of work; land perwancnt result m a I casfts of harness U the' best quality at fist kidney and bladder troubles, and for prices. painful and aanorias, IrreKularltles. J. C. MeCLARY, Stanford. Ky. .Mr. V tliu-rat- ?Vjsvs1sbbbbbbbbV J( lwitm to one-hal- E Fly y McDermott Candidate for Lieutenant Governor, bolted Bryan ic '96, and spoke in Louisville, Covington, Lexington, BardstowE, Lebanon for Palmer and Buckner and against the Democratic platform. Vote for Edwards, a straight democrat, to represent the people s r, rnini