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AN FRIDA- Y- FAMILY FIGHT AMONG THE BROCKS NOM.NATEDcoFORnoL,EUTENANT I plNF flflflfl 1 .', ) ing well. FOR NEXT WEEK Miss Kate and Fannie Wells of Nebraska arrived last week. Miss Kate LINCOLN COUNTY MILLERS 8AY BLUE PRINTS SHOW HANDSOM. FOURTH OF JULY SHOOTING MAY baa RC8ULT3 IN DEATH OF JAMES REAL E3TATE COM como to take charge of nor scnool HUSTLING UUALITY OF GRAIN IS HNt EST STATION ON THI8 D. HAVE FATAL ENDINO FOR TB PANY TO SELL AT CRAB Ladles' Aid of tho Baptist BROK AND HIS TWO COU- VISION OF THE L. . N. WITH LARQE YIELD. MISS VON ALLMAN. ORCHARD AND JUNC church deserve a great deal of credit HIN3 IN JAIL. TION CITY Plant and specifications for tho Althouch no fourth or Jury accl- - or their oftorta Jn Improving the crop of wheat rained In Tne finest Ag a result of a family fracas benow depot wbdeh the L. & N., rail- - dents occurred In Lincoln county so church with a now carpet and paintLincoln county for many years, In tho ing. Two big lot sates are to be held la way Walker McKlnney of the firm of road will build In Stanford havu been lar ag known, a former Lincoln tween Jcs.le and Woodson Brock on this sect'on next week, canduct9d by shown to Agent, J. a Rice, hero and ty girl, AIt,s Carrie VeoAllman, nleoe Co, characterizes J. II, Raughman ooealdaan, James llrock on the other tho American Realty and Auction KING'S MOUNTAIN of golden brown sacks proof of the depot to exhibit betoro of Fred Von Allrnan of tbla county, thii hundred the latter was mot and killed at thu Company ot Lexington. The first dally being he hopes to soon have an architect's v.as shot ad probably fatally wound- of the cereal which are borne near Mcek's Springs In tho Rev. Combs Is attending nnartprv wilt be held at Crao Orchard on Jul)i tb work startH In. Supt. K. K. Sny- - cd at Louisville Tuesday by a man conference nt Zlon poured In their big elevator by tho Dripping Springs country ot Lincoln this week. 12th and the second sal0 at Junction Rev. Taylor of Unrein was tho nini EDWARD J. McDiRMOTT big wagon loaiK Although many of der, of this division wag hero with 'who was shooting at a target with u county, whllo th first named Brocks Penny ot William Johnson last week. Whllp City on July 13th. The famou the blue prints lait week, and revolver. Miss Von Allman is a th0 farmers have complained that lark til cry went to their homei In Garrard counnero tio preached an excellent sermon Brothers, twins, auctioneers, Mr. Illco Uint the plans called daughter or a sister of Fred Von r j of rain has hurt some of their cropB, told Great Fair This Year ty, where they wero arrcated by tho tho sales, and both occasion wilt bo at thq M. K. church. the handsomest dopot on tho L. man, who married a cousin of tho tho weather seem to havo been Just Messrs. Mont and Fount Dlshon nnd in ado big da) b ln tho respective com(larnr. rnnnf.. nfrlrlnl. mill filmed & N., in his division outside of Louis thme name and for a number of jears Mrs. Fount Dlshon and Mrs. Clara A. munities. O. I. Wallace, of Lexington, over to Chief of Police. Jonrit, of,LANCA8TER FAIR TO BREAK ALL right for tho proper ripening of wheat ' were RECORDS IS REPORT. j3nd thl8 crop thin year wilt bo far vllle. Ho Is very proud of the result made her homo with him and nthnr Craig fnther, called to tho bedside of accompanies by Joo Ilosclden, of Lan Crab urcnaru who In 'turn brought Dlshon at Moreland Thurs of hln efforts to secure n first ciase relatives In this county hero mother their oi in0 usual sianaara. ln execs th-day. Ho nas been critically 111 but Is caster, who Is Interested In the saHs, in fall hero and delivered them Vlco President J 8 Haselilcn of. iinnehman & Comnanr nrn navlne station for Stanford, and belleve.1 that. I.a vine died when she was a vounc slightly Improved. was hero Tuesday advertising tho to tho local torflcUla. County ludgo ',lr Asiorlatlon, waa now 80 ecnU at lher n,m nnd aro th0 people or Stanford and comraunl- - pirl. Since going to LoulsviUe, she A number or our younc folks, went sales, and secured tho service ot 5. D, Ilallcy fixed their ex unlnlng tn James P ,n w,,l appreciate to the fullest ex- - has been making her home with her to Cincinnati Sunday. Pennington to make the surveys ri.i f.,r ivi.inv Th i.n mnn iinv heTe tM wcck Puttl"K bl Bonle 001 buying a worl f Wheat. This Is I "hlbltlon Rliene prCO whlcn )g beng tent tho building when It Is finished, uncle, Chris Von Allman, tbero. The Sydney Chlldera and wife nnd daugn of tho properties which will be cut for the boo"tln engaged ttorney George D Florence i1,ckg left Saturday heW '" 0arrard countjr over tho country right now. and with! Tu Plans ca wh,ch wl" " umbrella shed luulsvtlle papers give the following tcr8Cincinnati, Dry for a splendid trip up into handsome building tot. to nidge. Dayton nnd to derend' tnem ami it 'is understood July "C' "1 nnd 28, ,,e tcndlng from Depot in Mill street; detail, of the dreadrul accident: l In Crab Orchard a. plat of gronnd other northern points. not the extra largo crop, It that they will plead sell defen.- ' gL'nlle-- i Ml8g Carrle Von A" 11. D. Uooch, of Lexington Is with has been secured directly adjacent to A that ,l Wl" K h'gher "."finer1 W- 8m Th0 llrock. are said to be cousins. hJ. ' old arrra show . OIss and the colored peopeww struck by a bullet from the pistol homefolloi, here -th0 famous mineral well near the detime. If, ln fact, the figures do not go them hfld .nd the first troiiM. C. MOcU rlcher PrcH,lums nnJ a ,arR' commodious baggase of H. C. Smith, who was shooting at a ing C. Qooch and wife wore visit- pot, and a very desirable tract Iar Ia - said to hae broken out 8und.y,of down a trifle. , relatives here last week. ... . .M . ,. q at Junction City. Road . - .... ..I.I fc... it ....., room and in laci, every cunenienco tarcet at tlio rear nf h hnmx .ikii Sam Rlgney and family are spending .... , . .. H '" r1"" Ke"tUckjr 8treet' MIm Von A11' a few days with their parents at this tho advertisements of tho two sales-miRM "ne WhMt on thPlr far,n on V U8na"y f!"!d -- rl) ....D.fellut wlt'hthe two brother. place. ln this Issue. '" Jo..,, and Uood.on Hrock. On Mon- Mr. nnd Mrs. The Lexington Leader says ot a sale Chris her uncle, on Ken- - Cincinnati came Richard Hatter of he "as five ncrcrf tthat nab nverntfd uXtcrnoon. according to the , ,, lar down Sunday to they recently conducted In Lexington: B,,rtl on'''cKy treet almou a 8quare from the spend n few Ai V2 buiMn i0 the ttcrc- - Tbe Rcn- Sherl.f'Ku.o tV, ye Vrl ...lion secured by lputy weeks In the country American Realty & Auction Com-- ., ...- Construction has lome ol Mr. Smith. H hnd nrran.red . ..... . the now building. nr ,.,. Padgett Bros , sold to Albert Padnett . .Mv" i.ii.uij nu.i .11- - .... . .h - .....-- .. vi nil niioriu or mum uerpst nero. i.n. delayed. It Is said, on account of',, target In hib yard and fired ten tbclr stock of goods and groceries pany has opened an office ln Lexing,un alM)Ul 30 Dulllels to the acre, nnu been Tue,.day, tho two brothers appeared A ?reM mnny ,ncoln county people ton, with Air. O. T. Wallace as generinability to get material but Mr. Illco pUots at I' with bis revolver. He did on tho Somerset pike at cost. u hKn clan " jil the home of the eider Urotk, .irmel hnW) ,)(,cn mklng to-- k to th0 Un- - " ,s a" 8a,d Troy Dunawny bought of Mordanc" al manager and he will have cbargo-o- f hopes to sec a building crew at work not hear Miss Von Allman scream Ho soon mini to the door and opened c&kter fjlr for many yirs, ns tho Smith 2 shoats ftt a very low price. - all Bales conducted In Kentucky ' within n few ln)s vhen the shot struck her, iaud went Everybody Is Invited to the Sunday fire on them with a pistol. The young rirst on n round of fair circuits. Somo and surrounding territory, His office For Fifth Year school picnic on Saturday July 8, at Into lil home to iiupper. iiien nr,. said to limo quickly pulled of thu Iurgcrt othlbltors who gcncrall' O a. lielatlves of Miss Von Allman heard the pike. R., grounds on th0 Somer- Is with Bishop Clay, on Cast Alain MARKSBURY Uirlr gur.b nnd replied, rirlng In all are inside the money with their flno set street. Air. Clay Is one of the best th,. shots fired by Smith, and at the Ho veil shots, only one of which rradi rtctk nr,. It H. Srudder, llarrln k OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS Rev. Haggird former'y of this place. known real estate men ln the famous OF Jim Turner sold a bunch of shoals thtd snot hcard ,he filr BCreami Sne II Daughman, now or .Miauieburg. was here last V. O. Wal uui d fhelr targcL Tills bullet struck Woods. J. WATNtbUUHU UAN AHE RE twin auctioneers, the Penny Bros, to C utfi Arnold at 6 cents staggered and fell to the ground be- - week. James llrock ln thP stomach und lie.kcr nnd others. A number of these ELECTED. nnd tbe Thomas Bros., into the State. . Mrs. Partln from near Lancaster ,oro tney could Tia h Sht lned but a short time aftor Dr. IM-- . will be represented In tho ring at Lan Everybody who attended the sab ROWLAND. nas .been 1slting her sister, .Mrs. tarried intn me nous,, and Mr. lam 11 wlston cut the bullet out, but the faster (hl season. In this Issue of tho Interior Jouranl .. Saturday afternoon reported that tney JO'1 Kj:,ttanwhaaiu was summoned. " It J. U. Carter known wound was too severe, nnu llrock' at.- - lound the Junc JOth reports of as Byntim was had never before witnessed such & Mr' Cb,UrIey Gr'mC " 1Prv '" ullh was found ttot the bulltt ' jumu passed nway eIe ' Mllod In south end of Jurds at Row. rerfnrmanco In the lot selling bust this., two. old estab Une.l and solid Weds In West oIlar bone- linaiiclnl Institutions. th First .Nat - """"J"0" land at C:16 P Al , SaViday by local r.ess. Tho Penny Bros , carry with Mr. Ilud. Cecil und Miss Annie 1' Her condition Is critical and it la fre'gb: train Mr. iotial Hank nnd th,. Lincoln Countj Wt'ior Carter his them their own specially equipped and ' ' " Mobley-Mah- an ftaared tl,at 8ho "' not recover- - The brother, was conductor. Bynum was tialned band, Richardscti Bros., of MISS ETTA BELLC ROOT MAR . Nation Dank Also in another column L' improving. are oIlce wcre notified of the shooting, over " Mr l RIED TO DR. H. B RYALS, btatcment of tlin' is the s'.ire M.en he Gainesville, Ua., anj a fine male quarMaster Paul Anderson of Dinning I,, litiHtlliig nnd progtesbhe oting bank, .in... Atn , 1u .1 A.. fr... .... ImlnFltiltf. find aftor an investigation Patrolmen heard tho "sin (li.Jnj.- - . ri'i witch- - tet, who entertained the people at ...,., .. .s ..v. .u. n t. ...u......u i.reenwell and McGowan arrested Mr. POPULAR STANFORD GIRL MARI lie-- Iooeclt, Oklnl.omn. Record, the Wajnoehiirj Deposit Dank, which He ran tho r:.ili.ad to see his thc sale. MUs Bunch was given the RIES DANVILLE MAN. stay witii ins granuparents .ir am: while he was at the supper ta biother i so.ue busliiifs. Ho caught free, lot, and about $75 ln gold and , ,, (onuilnn tliH fcllowliig nnnoutice- - so Justl.. holds thc confidence ol its ,, j. ij. ieiuper 1. e He was unawure that one of tho train. His brother was on the oth sliver was distributed among the mint of inuih Inten'ft her.- - for the friends and depoiltorh in the fower Muster N'pjI (ireenlng l spending u Ihe hliols llrod Ly him Miss Mar) MoMe. on,, or tnd struck Mim er side, au ho went iuoss between crowd. count At a meeting week with his muther, Mrs. U hrlil,. is u Lincoln County girl, who tsccllon id fairest daughters, und DiukIi Von Allman. He was charged with th0 curs he n Used 'Ihe Penny Bros, are originators is rooting end h.tH made lit r home In tie now, ntblo or the stockl older of this bank un Urieliiug Dunvil r. . nl Mnlinn. of Ujiiwlle. itiy FhootliiR and wounding. auctioneering At the Jail fell "oetvoei' them VU left leg was of tho for n number or years Sho ha n host the L'Snli of June the following offliers Mrs. Uctavfn Kemper Anderson Is 4uti'tly tnarriiti nl the homo of the he said he did not know-- .MIbs erushed In'i jell, tf h:s hip, left arm scheme, stand in a class by themfr,cnd, anJ mnny In u'ls and directors were e oiled lor the en - j,,, of lyhoM ""tmef M wr h)ne al Mik, W A Mobley of lirldo's mother, but 1, .ild that he hud been cut orr j, id 111 lack broken nnd cut selves, and are perhaps tbe greatest seitlon, who will wluh her every hap- - suing jcar. Ulriuliighaiu Ala. Her mnny friends hero Wednesday afternoon. Ouly a pincss shooting at a target, and one or the and brulsel all over Ub lived nbout auctioneers In the country. L. (. Coocli, Pres JL K. Wheeidon nnd extend heart) roiigrntuln- nt this place regret ta learn of her liillcts probably went wild. fes Intlmato Irleuds were present ..... n .... A an hour. ....,. ,...., .uiuaMutnu ....... uiu.i l.nli.n r..i. r.t. u -Inntn. ... tin..... . t... .u.iiiiS iHness .,n,l no,,e snc may soon recov wl.en Itcv. J I). Jones said the words MIks Von Allman was taken to Sts. Crs. Poyi.ui Brown i.nd Phillips wero Stanley Mclntnslu says: Cashier L. (J vf a helpmeet The Vote In Casey which mnde thorn one luunedlntel) Mary und Dlizabbeth Hospital. summoned bm could not rave the poor tioocli, M K. wheeidon, Jnmej A Root Ry.l K. II. Uogle or Lexington, t making niter the ceremony they were whirled was with difficulty that the bleed- boy. Ho realized hl condition and It Caldwell, !eo. MIbs K II Root, or Hoosevot and Hayes, Or A. K n several days stay with the Misses awny to Danville in nn automobile, to his L.rd to forgive ALMOST LAST TO BE REPORTED ing of the wound was stopped. The began Wneeldon, K 0 Coocli, Iloyston. 'Dr. II. II IOjIb. ol Sulphur were mar- - Leach, J. I lor nn eastern trip after which the) losi or blood made the oung woman him of his sins and atvo mercy on , IN STATE PRIMARY. rled Wednesday evening by Itov Car- - 'L Curtis, It. V Hallard. T .1. Kills, Mr. Cliarlcs UHearn Is down with will te nt torn,, to tholr trieiiiu in very weak and it Is daubted that he him. It aa-i one of iho saddest The Democratic County Committee lor After tli ceremony ttie couple Stnnley Alcllntosh and S D Jeffre8. tJpno(i fever, Danv le. that ever happened. His poor or Lincoln county met on Tuesday vlll recover. ror sulphur their home i;ireciors. Miss Margaret O'l learn has return Mr Mtihun is on( of (ho heot known left on Allman Is the daughter of old motlisr and brr.tbers were at his ana canvassed tbo returns of the state Mis This makes the fifth consecutive n. frr.ln Mlks Hoot Is the daughter of A. D. In tin nl Ilia tunpr. voumercinl men in this part of the side, weepiiK una rr.oir.g saying, "By. Root sr. She has neon for several J ear this bank hns lt8 or- - i Korvlr..c of i,Pr Ks.Pr Misa Julia Kmll Von Allman, a carpenter, of 213S primary held Saturday and chairman ctnte and It was on ' makliif. ' StanDuncan street. Since the death of her num. Byn.i.u .vou aro vf.no this tlmo". Penny has certified to the Stale Comyears a teacher In the lear nnd dumb ficlal staff, which goes to prov0 that v ,., . ford among tils customers irm lie He said to nis mother and brother anj) ,EO "er somc ears ugo' btse llas ecn school nt Sulphur. For tho past sever- - they hnv. tho romp cto conlldence ol returns ln ,the varlou The flbh fry at Chestut ford super- to nn to meet aim in heaven. Then mittee the met. wc4i'd nnj won Ills bouny bride been keeping the stockholders nud are "making i,,,,,..,,,.! .... Mr t.r,, iir,iPt. nl months she ha ,s waning ner tiome witn various rem he said good hve to nil nnd In a few races. The officlnt result was give' II,. will bn miift lieattil) congratuiiit- , Cashier Stanley Mcintosh the I. J Tuesday, the figures conof u enJo.abe evctus of lives. . moments tliu cud mi'. ,.d upon heturlng tuili a splendid help house for her lather, and during her .t. ay n,'re he nas won n,any hhort ,notho eason. Appetites sharpened by Willie 'sitting In lior uncle's yard Uynum w.n tfco jountcr child of Mrs tained therein having been taken from meet and both will Jiavo tho best terda afternoon the young wo- rlsht plaio and Is giving thl hunk frt.gh air did Justice to tho iibundumo S. E. Carter I'nown as "mother" Car- th0 stub books as they were bbrought v.nlie or a host ol trfendH lor ever; 'warm friends. standing, which Is excelled by Tew of fish piovlded. fe" from Dr It)as Is a popular physician or Kvorybod) wto mal1' wlth a cry ot ter. Bynum wab 'J'J ears old. He had In to Chairman Penny. liapplness Sulphur. The Record Joins with, their Institutions ot Hie kind The Democratic Committee ot Caswent expressed themselves as hav- - clla,r-- For Bom moments no ono rallroadpj nit of bis llfj except three Know wllat nad happened, but when Ing n sood tlmo. Irlcndu Ip extending congratulations, years he waB in tho army, Ho has ey county lanvasscd their vote on Miss Julia O'Hcaru the daughter of tho uIooU flowed from a wund In tho been away from here since 1907 out Wedneudjay, ana it is given below In Casey Democrats viofn RsnL Fvommnr Ululv uaiuiuuvi Mr nnd jlrg William O'Hearn. ot neck Dr. Schwankuaua was sent for in Washington, Ofon. California and fell, Casey being one of the last couih Hail Storm this place, aged 28. died Monday night al once T l"tah. lie iad Just conij. In about ono ftlese to report: WELL PLEASED WITH TICKET nunc hauv Toner nn.i of nraj trouble SI o vvn.1 t member ur,..r wwi.i Adi'un i i SL' MDormott 1 ". ii'oMh jgv T) Si It Luso C ty where MIDDLCTUrC NCWC. I IN FINE SHAFC. PLAYS HAVOC W.TH CORN AND 01 tho Catholk fcuith and the priest CRAB'ORCHARD he was bw Itching tor the Rio Grande 212, Ah'aniH 131; McDermott U2U; N rUUK lUU Kdwards 153; Stuart 13; Laffoon ' rai road Company. His poor mother ""foln'ed tuc Mlddleburg. July H A number of lhe Lincoln county uf Isa McUuro returned nomo witn who Is very .,. , .. 1. .... rlte peculiar to this church. Shy 1. . . . .. ,...,,.. und said she never Bosworth 224; Garnett, 28S; Pollard pstnr "HIV" 2 Tbe primary election w.lH tlve quiet- iTiLiiiiT iiiiutv. ij in - ini.Mii,,. J.VUt w ii nnu nrnvo . nuuni 111 iiiitiiin iiim 0.... (ID IVill- llllM.( his uncl0 Mr. lsnm Jones of llkx.k, 'would soe him again and to think be 19; llnralett 106; Llttrell 45; Eubanjo . it ou.1 ej during the past Tew da)s wss nmlner from the Secretarj of Slate's was burled In tbo l'.incaiter cemetery er Leo rrie Wednesday afternoon. Ttis Is the Tenn , for a visit. ha come "von.e to her cuco more and 111; Newman 201; Hill 22; Wyatt hardly bo cal ed ,111 etectlon Therm slightly broken By a severe thunder, cillco go over Uielr books so that first death that has occurred In a fam Andrew- - and Mannte Dillion, of. Lib gut killed In hi" pla) noundB beTore 29; Green H2f CtUnn 179; Rhea 256; were only 4t votts cast here and In ran and hall storm on the nfternoon their .many friends and patrons may ly of 11! children. Sympathy of the ' ' trtv Bimnt n fuw .l.iva ullh hnmn fnlVa her eyes. It was a sad sad thins to Crecolliis,2S4. Wall Town only JO democrats though ()l tno Fourth but If to made amend know Just tbo condition In which tliev many be- - . . . friends li extender to tho all who aiw it or knrrtv tho circumIt worth wtlle to go and vote. Examiner Paul V. Sn)der reaved fur such altcbt relaxation. Old Sol stand. ' Mr. Bane Culton was called to the stances. mrrled Mlddleburg by has been beaming down as brightly wss In Stanford Wednij day and Mclesry New Born, to All nod Alrr. T. D. Martin bedside ol his brother A. Y. who Is ac majority nnd JameB (larnott got sitae then and as Intcnsql), The Thursday and made a c.iretul and com The Same Mistake Is Maoe By Many ijulto lit with typhoid malarial fever. a line girl Sunday morning. (very voto cust. F.ubanks for Stato electric Hctm. dia much damage, a P'eto examination or the Stato Dank . Stanford People. Airs, jMlt.:hum who baa been with Dr. and Mrs. H. it. Spltler havo reSuperintendent, got all but one. The number or telephone wire being put ActTrust Company It's a common error Ho stated to tho p aster the aching back. To turn ej from a p easant visit In Ohio. his daughter Mrs O fW. Goodrich HIGH CLA88 PICTURES'AT OPERA democrats am well pleased with tho out of coiiimlsslouand out In the Interior Journal that he lound the ror 8OU.-To rub with liniments rheumatic ttn.e hai returned home Mrs. D. (J. Boyle, of Loulsvllln I ticket and have no fears of the result country considerable, torn and tobac Institution In splendid shape, its (f.lnlc HOUSE SATURDAY ICHT. to Danville tw her parantt ti VLVembe' When the tnmblo comes from the snent a da' badly cut books balancing? to ttv cent, nnd a co was beaten down and We havn savoral on tbo sick list bu I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Guest. ltev Ltiai. rowel, or uaanvillo0y tne nanl n,n auj neaVy hal'stones spleudid One ot the latest style moving picof bookkeeping In kidnevs. Doin's Kidney, 1'Uis arc for kidney jIrs. j0ge Lewis, of Jelllco, Js with Mrs. J. if. Jenatosa tn.lt .weMtj preached nt the Christian church nt whlch came down In it peiiect torrent tso. This bank Is making a Hue ture machines has Just been purchas' 8unday morning nnd even.ltor tt wne j.;. Hcrndon And nri ondnriird liv Stanford eltl. her fth,er. Mr. Sam Reynolds and who is tatlon as being one or the most pro ed by the Stanford Opera House ComFRISBIE WALLS fairlly to.- - some weeks visit. Ing He hns been employed to preach lagn ,omo Ilne tobacco on the Km- - gresslvo or the younger financial In lens. Harry Walls, a prominent young pany 'iiud it will bo Installed and the Georgetown 139 Mrs. Hales, norn. to Mr and Mrs.' Wl'sun Na- tor the church tho rest of the )car. bry place, suffered considerable from stltutlons In tht. tale. man, ot the King's Mountain section first show given Saturday night. Th Ky.. siys: "My .,Cr last week a line boy. Street. Lexington, His taller cupt. H. K Powell, ac- - tno huglonHg. laith in Dojin's Kidney Pills has not Mr Stove Teters, of Mullins .nat- of the county and Airs. Llllle Fru.bic, opining show- will bu thQ 'great reel uunuanitfii mm LIVESTOCK. CINCINNATI down town have ThermometerB flnisl cd in the least s.uce I pUbllc.y t ion lg with his mother Mrs. Kmiua a comely young widow, secured li- "lhe Fall of Troy," which" Is the Sunduy school has been orfcnnlz-i- been flirting around the lt)0 nark 1U(H. A I suffer all, Cincinnati, O, July C Cattle lie recommended thorn In and ono of tlu most expenslvo 011 ed lor n rumLer of yisr, from klduoy Fnrrts, for a wLlle nt the Lawhorn school liousu with week, nnd It Is said that some have celptH &U head; market vory cense here Wednesday and were made dldense. 1 hnd pains In my back, es- Anderson of Louisville, Is man and wlfe by Judge J. P. Bailey tho market, lhe management has Mra. Wilmoth Moore as suptnntend-en- t to break all records for and dull, except on good, choice, dry pieiuiiy severe ni nigiii, aim ub me . Rev, P. H. Illckel preached there this part of the state. In his most approved ceremony. Tho alto secured an asbestos curtain and fed. which wero about ntevly; steers result I could not re.it well. Head with bomefo ks ror a short tint,-equipment, aud InDr. James Mundy Bronaugb and ropular young couple wore accompanl othqr Sunday nfternoon. ?J7fi(fi6 25; heirers 3.75(r6; cows aches and dltz) spoils were frequent and I ielt inlsernble mo't ot the tlmo wife of Lexington, are visiting Col ed hero by Misses Nettio and Hattie tend to give a show which will npoeal U serving as ono ot W. J. Uodby calves nctlve and toe no I1.C0 nn Tobacco. acre Insures 1.50CT65; . ., ,. n.nna.,h rum i my ubck nnu iiirougu ny They believe that a Bogle. Hog the Jurors In the circuit court now in your tobacco crop against any loss or higher at J4T8. Receipts kidneys olten prevented mo from doTtyy will havo tbe boat to everybody W. 0. and Mar. damage by I all. Secure-- It now it 4.47 Mr J 00 Ilurk" Is lsltlng his mother wishes ot a large circle or friends for show of the best elms can be made Liberty. tession at head; market Blow and weak; ing my loii'owork nnd although to paj in Stunford and havo put forth Ruv Ilutcbins, (if I'reachcrsvljle, complete happluujs, shell McWhortor went to Cincinnati costs no moro, it. AL Now land, Agt. lackers J.75i!!)0; stagH com tried a I kinds or liniments ana pins- ters, I became no bettor A friend wl p their efforts to provide & ard it Is h al Ul0 nuptut cnuroh dllu Misses Ruth and Mnrthn Phono No. H!8. SO tt tr Sunday. uion sows 1!iW, plHi und 'Ights 14 tin. I iiu.vil IVinn a It l.lnav I'll la now up to the people o' Stanford to (TJC.85. Dye returned from Marksbury Friday YOU ARE INVITED TO COME. Shiep Receipts 4.0'Jl licud. good rojultv rinnlly advised me to try lU' niorulng at eleven o'clock P L AL, Sun'Jav ev nnd I procured n supply Thev niembei the steady at Jl 70 ft .110. Lambs from visiting their parents, Mr. and Next Alonday Is county court day, furnish the patronage ibcy deseiva, Isaaao Onstott, who resided neaar market Mrs. U. K Swope. Capt. Hutclmiot) IliyaiiUvillc, In Garrard county com- - 'usy and JOtflCc lower nt JJ.&O'U . 30 helped mo Irom the rirst, and alter l eiiliig nt the first after July lot. and as most Alanager John B. Stout of the Duml'lu 0t m b0X,'f, Jack' aam am I,1,J, VmUni Uvfc bills fall due on Julv 1st. tho Interior Opera House, will be here on tre op.n wnsnwCell'C Cntent" was up from Liberty a few days ngo. mltted Biiicldo Sunday night, by nnng I the by all dea'ers Mm. Montgomery tbo aged mother of ing himself to u rafter In his barn Mrs. Mule Ware a woVtti. wi'ow Fcr lrlce 50c, returned homo alter a delightful visit Journal hopes thamll or Its rrlends(lua nlnt to aM,at ln 0veuRi8 undertaking, and a big crovd U .....,.... ......nl.....A.. IUI nf Trnnlnn Kv pninmlltAi ., nlptila liv . rot'r-- siloburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y solo to relatives in Somerset. .... ... U'.'C.l llav T IV Montgomery. iS nl ColdOU.. UJ 1....... IllVllkll.lJ UllllrilBllLVU .... ... who aro Indebted to It either for sub-ne. .. . ...v... -- j inM.............iMi'n.,..i. - u.t. ...a ....w... vw....wU ' Mr Robert Holmes, son of Airs. scrlptlons. advertising or Job work "xpacM to be presenL nt th home of Uer son Dawu. some time. Onstott was wel known ,h ' Alack Holmes, is In Nebraska. H? will make It a pleasant call. Please u 1 uoxvllle. no other. lu that eua of Garrard. take : m? WORK ON NEW DEPOT TO START SOON LINCOLN COUNTY QRL SHOT IN LOUlSYillE wrltaa bin r. Henry mAlH4ti WIIHs fnd that all ero do TWO BIG LOT SALES tti.t h. h.a .. ; ' k n HARVESTED THIS YEAR cov-n- . All-fo- m paj' il' '" ? Jth ' v bt-llo- 'r fr 'T,, L. ''ToUdnnd "1. 'J"tTZ! TZZ TlnZZl 11 1 ... ' j1?nSo L T1;" I" ,,, T' ,.,. 4 .' ,,lZ' .1 scml-nnnun- s 1 ..., acr.j o-- Slan-l(rd'- H .t t. ' 1 -- double-barrelle- d - .... Iterd ..!. .e ...o..., prm 1 Mnu-txlll- iii-uiu- B" .. ...... .r.w, P". h" "" ctatc iPNf ,,. I ' .. ,)a"lc fu"a 6; '1 j Star Tt'Opei wh ay-.e- . d lat-es- e 1 .... 1 Jl5. Re-the- .., 1 lu"r ',',' pvm.,,j don't forget this urgent Invitation. j"- - mp mm iiywurawywpwWUlHWIW'MWH "W11 p TVbman'5 Vomia'i (0 Power OberMan ) Hie Inferior Journal. Established 167i ataj ether la, efoe to aa aaaetlre ceaaS- Hemtt & Urar, Stomach anal Bowtla, aaay be sMaailn1 meat aleauatff and asset reratJy ly uahf 3rrn Re aeai DbSr el Sanaa, h la net a saw bat la wed by J of walfaunaed faraSea through- oat Hm world to ciaaaaa anal sweeten 3 end faretifthcii Ilia syoteBi wfkBoaw a lazativa remedy ia neeeVel Whan trarmg Beta A ral nam Jin Lewlt and Joslah Smith am worVInt; on the FUtwooda school house this eek. PREACHERSVILLE l.ph Mason of the Dripping Springs section, killed a largo ratt'o snake last week which hnd eleven rattle and a button Near the middle or the reptile's body was n heavy scar which plainly showed that It hnd received a wound ,at some time, which almost cut It In twnln. It It now on .exhibition at J. F. Payntcr'g black smith shf, the akin having been stuffed. Messrs. J F. Shaw, T. W. Payne and. (lene Durvall have completed n nice new, barn ror J. M. Cress. Mr. and Mrs. John Doll, and little son, Mnbrian, of Goshen visited John Naylor. Leslie Infant son of Mr. nnd .Mrs J. F. Pa)n0 Is sick. Dartcls and Glcszt linvo started out their threshing machine. Tho farmers report a considerably better jleld Uf Wlli'.lt thnn war ixnirHfwt THIS the Wrt wVe wnfttn ftm weak M 4 r rBa weeaeeir of e fc Wert a araea eee 1 toare ma. Hee MMi n- foee) toeaa, nee arTmwhtw-- v, anieKtitr 4H . RXV. rierce.ol Buffalo, N.Y.,wIlh k rrm.rt WWt tM NMMN Of a Waft! tMMH. baa. nrvacrihed fnr anil rnrvd in.nv da C wcairtiw He lis JtvM ncmidl remedy lor woman's ail-Pmrrinlinn. It ! a rwi.lilv it iJM h J PiMWrS Farw-itfcfeW wraVuNni m Atfrm peculiar to wnmn. tl nnrifira. rWit. mnt Voahv. MnAna iWIm aell It. No lam, atria) dealer will atriae ywa t anv wiSalMet a to make Tittle larder prot, earn worthy aaaa. Wb aba so oa la ta wM wwU ae tadareo. TV i iwtkMM snott lorioe Wold atABmnl fmrt !,aJ fc la A rower Wweat (era t 4 HELTON M. BAUFLEY,... Publisher Intense Hot Weather, Calls For Comfortable Clothes. bbbbbbT Iwm vt oa, aey II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE 4fa4Mt W n lr Hwt uj lm rer riy arl n MHB. ft Entered at the postoffiee a second class mall. at Htan-tor- d L T. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. e I ritr Aif For For For For Governor James H. McCrcnry. l.tetiL governor E, J. MrDermott Treasurer Trios. S, Rhea. Secretary of State 0 F. Crece-lin- IbbbbbbbKVi WtjP&K I e. XT MAXES TTEAJE WOMEN STRONG, An. Sana'a ffi iw Ataw srcac womex mrwaaw aaV fntwtAan Stomach, well. Lttrr and Bowaa. For ttorncy, (icnernl James Harnett. For State .Superintendent of Schools Itnrk'dale H.irr.lctt For Commissioner Agriculture J. W. Newman. For Clerk Court of Greeno. Klalr. at "Cos taa CVareaaay CeSfufBie rig Syrop printed on arary parfaf ef wa V i. 1 ! I Rat-i- ar rar nrieo 50 par kot sow or aa liaaan aw aiaa eaky. Hot Weather Goods i iw appeal. It. W. A. I- - I ror llatrond Commissioner For Circuit Judge Charles din. F. Har m J t fJust 1. "' For the next 15 days we offer our lawns, Summer Silks, Oxfords etc. at . Wyoming, California. Washington. FOR REPRESENTATIVE Mr JrJ llrk ,,rog((yr M( William II. Shanks announces n North Dakota, Nebraska, Florida nnd Mrs. Dora Hoocr. of Cntlncton. are candidacy for Representative from visiting their father, Mr. Harrison Lincoln county, subject to the action Idaho. of the Democratic party. The states that have adopted the l'yn at Tappahnnna. wen DuTn" n,ld nloce Ml"8 vloIet Oregon plan of popular e ectlon of The Cincinnati Enquirer, in a (lis Senators are Oregon, Nebraska, No- - Smith Vldlfltll rlfltlvA. kn Creeek, lu nockcnitle county. patch Irora Frankfort in commenting nda. Now Jerey. Ohio, Kansas, and t M. Cre ami fnmiiv vI.iih on tho result of the late primary says California. itltcs near llrodhe.W last week. Tl-'states that have adopted thtf Miss Mary Edmlston, of Modcsoo that Morgan Cninn, wro was defeat ed by Dob Green will take his medl Oregon plnn of popular voto for can- county, Ills., who was visiting relacine llke a Spartan ana be found didates for president and vice presi- tives here. Is now a guest of Mr. and working for the ticket. Of courso he dent are: Oregon, Nebraska, New Mrs. Sam llnnney, enar Point I.C-- V Jersey, North Dakota and Wisconsin. ell. will. There U no better democrat nor finer fellow in tho world than Morgan The Ueech Groto Sunday school en Condition of The Chinn anj the time will como 'Nhen Jo)ed n picnic Tuesday In the Sluing lor woods. Those proscnt report n Mo will b0 further honored by his par First National Bank, ty. though now he Is under tho fine time Stanford, Kentucky. rhndow of defeat. The Enquirer saya Several of the people of this lclnl At close or business June 30, 1911 ty nttended the Farmers' Union pic however: 'iThe hardest licks put in Capital, 150.000 Surplus $26,000. nlc at Greenbrier Springs, tho mem against him were by the prison I era of the union, participating in on whom his brother, Ueorgo r RESOURCES: drlllg and marched. Several speakers Chlnn, inaugurated a fight three OU CANT FIND THEM IN EVERY STORE, HIT CAN AT OURS. years ago. That may result In tho Loans Stocks & Bonds ...'173,804 01 of prominence were present. 4,993 98 Miss Catherine Roark, of Richmond UlA'K SEIH.E, AND MOHAIR SUITS ARE THE COOLEST AMD DREJf-SIFS- T abolishing or the board as It Is con- Overdrafts U. S. Donds and Prem 50,500 00 Is a guest of Miss l.ucy Pettus. stituted." THING TO HE GOTTEN WE CAN KLRN1SH THEM AT $10 $10 Hanking House and Other WE HAVE OUR USUAL SUPPLY OF WHEAT SACKS TO HANDLE Atid that Is "just what ought to be 117.50. and $25, thc SUIT. NOW THESE CANNOT HE EQUALED B Real Estate 8,995 0u THE PRESENT CROP. WHEN YOU HAVE A THRE8HER READY doue. The people are slowly but sure RELIEVE IN THIS SECTION. COME AND SEE THEM. Due From Banks ... . 14,545 32 SEND IN GET WHAT 8ACKS YOU NEED. 8HOULD YOU NEED ly becoming aroused. Not satisfied 2,500 00 with dominating, the legislature seems Due From U. S. Treas. WHEAT CKS FOR HANDLING OATS, BARLEY, RYE AND SEED Cash on Hand 14,519 12 or the board AND WISH TO STORE SAME Y0UR8ELF WE WILL FURNISH YOU that certain members have been trying to an me the candiNEW SACKS AT EIHGT CENTS EACH. WITH S269.S57 49 dates ror Btate office. We happen Total WE HAVi QUITE A LOSS EACH YEAR ON 8ACKS, AND THIS SEA to know that one member of the IN HAY board was Also very warm for Jim OLD STOCK LIABILITIES: SON OUR SXCKS ARE ALL NEW .(LOST $50,000 00 TO Kdwsrdg for lieutenant governor, who Capital Stock HOUSE FIRE) WE THINK IT WILL BE MORE SATISFACTORY 00 was favored by whisky, brewery, Surplus fund YOU AND WE KNOW IT WILL BE TO US TO HAVE YOU BUY WHAT and other big "Interests" who al- Undivided profits ..148 19 BACKS YOU NEED FOR 8T0RINQ GRAIN. ways want a man presiding over the Fund to pay taxes .123 79 WE HAVE 'SEVERAL CARS OF BLOCK COAL FOR THRESHING .$25,271 9 state senate favorable to them. The rURP06ES AND WANT TO SUPPLY YOU. Enquirer adds: 60,000 00 Clrcukttion DETSY'S POINTERS: The result of the primary showed lnd Deposits ..$127,904 01 "Molly and I agree that counter-fel- t that the liquor people cannot nomi- Dank Deposits ...7.056 50 money and substitute goodi .$134,967 51 nate a ticket no matter bow much como from the same parents. money is spent . 9,618 00 The result alio Notes Rediscounted and the goods may ery closely STANFORD, KENTUCKY. shows that a slate Is a hard thing to put through In Kentucky, and fur- - Total $269,857 49 rodemble the genuine hut behind them You ther, that the intelligent' voters can Gross earning this 6 mo ..6.055 72 Is neither honor or nonesty. will find no substitutes, only the win if they go to the polls when they Earnings left over from last 6 months 86 25 genuine of standard quality at Coffey are In the majority. ft Coleman's. The liquor people made the fight Now is the time tor that Ice Cream of their lives against McDertnott. and Toil $6,141 97 When Freezer and Water Cooler. We hav DISPOSED OF AS FOLLOWS: there were thousand of dollars spent your physician has pre them. scribed a metliclne for you to to beat him, but the brilliant cam- - Dlvldenj 3 per cent $1,500 lmj COFFEY A COLEMAN, take, the next Important step la to palgn he made on the stump and the Carried to Supluu found 2 p c 1,000 00 Prompt OtlWery, have that prescription placed In the 2,918 97 Phone 191. . riethods ndopted by bis enemies gain- - Paid Expenses hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent 442 !0 td him otes and there seems to be raid All Taxes pharmacist so it will be compounded exactly as , FLY no question about his being the choice Reduced furniture & Fix. ...132 01 NLJ5 directed. We have trained an enviable reputation Deceived a new silk, of the Democrats In Kentucky for Leaves Un'dv'd Profits 148 l'J for always being very careful and painstaking In SUN ribbons and our compounding and feel that, In all justice to your Lieutenant Governor. a wai6ts. come in and own good health, you should bring your next prescripThe opinion prevails hero that bo Total $6,111 97 tion ktrt. Here, too, you will Hnd a complete and Inwill be a tower of strength to the viting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, -ticket.' BEE LICK. perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. People are almost done working For Interior elacferatiDf wa carry and recamaaaaai their corn In this vicllnlty. PROGRESS OF POPULAR GOVERNALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coating. Call It. T. Pollard lost a good .brood MENT. and sec samples of tints and ask us about It. J U II: Senator Jonathan Bourne, Jr., presi- mare last week with lockjaw. The hands on the Deo Lick section dent of the national progressive re PENNY'S DRUG STORE. publican league has given the follow are working the county roaa Lyons Lumber Co., had their Stanford, Keataeky The in statement showing progress in the adoption 'of ipopular government: engine to break down thin week and I CRAfc ORCHARD, KY. FOR SUMMER ORIVINO fXH flat J a a r The atutea la which the Initiative they had to get another from Ilrod-hea- d the comfort of both corses and dm- to continue their work. and referendum have been adopted as pcUlly considered .br S. I. Cumpilnt, of Quail, had a sale I era sjwalA.ba, a'tOBRtltutloeal amendment are: Ore proper ouuit oi lap rooaa. v.u4iu gon, Oklahotan, Nevada, Missouri, Moo Saturday last. "" v'"i tna,"Bmith Dakbts," Arkansas and Gene Rogers Is ou the sick list this blankets, fly seta and other necesaarl-from our complete assortment of Maiae. Utah hu adopted and lnltia-tiv'- week. The measles are provalent In horse goods. ier are liafat. but and referendum which it Inopera- this neighborhood at this writing. CBaVlaMI.9.wa.na.nBaH tive because of'fallure of the legislaThe Sunday school at Good Hope strong aad durable,' single and double ture to enact necessary legislation. Church gave a picnic on the Fourth. barncM, admirably salted to road pur'The ktaten tn whjch, the Initiative Garner Price, Wilson & Craig Dros., poses, along wit a hill line or work .af Af 'PWaVI-H&rA4 rereroadura amendment hai been have been buying sheep and Iambs harness of tha best Quality at Rat 1 LSVTaaTatBBsnl . naananaHifJ'V subaHtod by tie legislature but has here last week. Th price was from price. not beetrated upon by the people are J 3 5 cents r peri pound. J. C. MeCLARY, Stanford. Ky. 1 Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers Screen Wire Screen Doors Screen Windows, Fly Traps, Fly Paper, Fly Killers Cylinder Oil Also Harvesting Oil, Gas Engine Oil, Polarine Oil for Autos, Filtered Gasoline, Etc. inn " ri W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. -- " mi com-millio- n Mr Farmer: sBBBBBBB .... -- H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. jl H. Baughman & Co. Tbi-coi- Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded 1 line of marquisette 5HDt5 St- take Ca. K0 L. SANDERS. m fSBgaaj ''" a TEH FES CENT. OFF ;.''.r""i .R77 R "SiSBPalExf J 4k" We Want (CE, COAU WOOL. HIPES, FURS. ALT, LIME, GINSENG, FEATHERS ETC. t' -- tfciPEKB14Hr3s" MID-SUMME- 10 Per Cent Off TThe R Regular Price. A Spot Cash This is Strictly Mammoth Cave $4.35 ROUND TRIP FROM VACATION TO II TMSDAT. JULY 27. and' Handle live and DRcstD POULTRY, ERGS, Produce PHONE 153. i.ll Proposition HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes STANFORD, And All Way Station with the cement, lime, etc., you get from ui. Remember tnat all our build Ing materials are mucn stronger than the ordinary and you can therefore use less than ordinary quantltlen. If you like we'll tell you Just how to mix them to get the best results at I )l a st I. . kMj lAflao aita) VUUIC IU ivudi ivsi, fmiiA las toilU Oalsk, uo, D0NTJlTOOErtrT0Us7 H. B. Northcoti. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. Sprint SuHhics Regular Train 4:40 A. M. ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL ONLY $5.50. This includes your board and admission to the several routes in the Cave. Stanford, Ky. One Evening for Promenade or Dance. A Grand 2 Days Outing. Write or Phone L. & N. Ticket -- At My new spring and summer samples are now ready for vour lninaetlnn. They comprise the best on the market J can suit anyone as to price who had WaarelDDOlltlOntnrtn.il kind, nl itnn. his mob aa Ulock Work, I'HVriuenti madeclothes made U order. A suit eretlpg, to VOIir ineasuio la nrnfnrnhli. and, In fact, we can iiihIih ny thlnu from to ready made clothes. To have them hou down to a fence po.t. We ran roo promptly ana Kunrante mnae to measure doesn't cost nnv nrt-cl- i work and material. Oull and Ret our unc. more than ready made when quality telora you buy our material at laaot and fit is considered. ComQ In and let me tako your measure. 8tanfonl, Ky. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. J. A ALLEN, Stwiff , Ky. CONCRETING PHILLIPS BROS., n-r- 1rrS'a1te"i, -- i.rniviTi "sWT 3 BIG DAY IN CRAB ORCHARD! MINERAL PARK ADDITION has been consigned to us to be sold. -:- 35 GRAND AUCTION RESIDENCE CHOICE valuable ' 35 the Depot and tne property, adjoining the famous Salt Sulphur Spring, between -:- SALE! LOTS town.'has tr Don't fail to see PENNY BROS., the Twin Auctioneers, sell lots at the rate TERMS EASY. given aw av Absolutely Regardless1 of Price and a 1 LOT of minute. - - bag of GOLD and SILVER will be Don't forKet the picture show at NOTICEI to lor lumo time la recuperating at IriJ,,,y 21st la the In. diy for MlltE tho opera hou.e Saturday night. "Tho pins Springs. licr home In Hustonville niter a visit , county rcwd clnluis. No county claim Fall of Tro)" tho greatest film out. . ur, v; A. ton, oi. .inncsuu, itiui., T. I). Ilancy went up to IlroJr.vsd to relatives hero. Danvlllo will bo allowed octcut at th- - t.bo o in hero on a short vl.lt. Tuesday. C. C, The opera house management will George F. Cowan of Spokane, ci.uit. 0. I. Cooper, C. I.. Mr.. guest or , B. Ilurch was lb put on a high c'nss picture show at Hon. II. Ilaughuinti tt'Mh., and .Mrs. K. 1). Itltchle and Mr.aml.Mrn. James Any Mn opera house, starting Saturday ol vork '" concreting, ' relative In Crab Orchard thta weok. have returned Irom a week's Mny at .on. (.corse, or lineal Well Texas ;, follmllU0IIHi cBter,lf(, i.uMIukb of an the night. Don't miss It. MU Wlnfred Colvln, of Clnrlnnntl, Elixir Springs, greatly rcrrenhed It' are guests or their parent.. Mr. andjkl)( lone ,,rom)ty nnil well. V. P Mr.. J. N. Mencfce. Andercon. llcdgcWIle, Ky. (Imiran- or Minn llnberta O' tho wateia at thin (i;lctnltcl resort. wan tlio guest f YOU ARE INVITED TO COME. e oar. Mr. and MrB. 11. S. Itlu and Mlmjt?wl for II!V O. M. Huey, of Somerset, was Ilanr.on la.it week. Tuesday on lloullo I'enny lelt jesterday morning pcnt feverat here fur several hours Noxt .Mond.iy I. county court day, Mrs. Annie Newland, ,' Kor Sale' Kresn JeiM;y cow. .1 1. . hiTo he lor Karraa, where they wll spend-- , ijlnpaman. days tliln week with Irlendt In Crat) route homo trom tho flrat after July l,t, and as most a inoiith ,lr. I.ytlo ownu a l.iro nitended the 0ld Fellow i picnic (all duo on July 1st, the Interior Orchard. Klre Insurance Mils The Kldelity-l'hcnlwill thresh hla largo lho Jr, went John N. .Mem-lee- , JudKo Journal hopes that all of Its friunds Mini Nnncj Yeager li In Libation Coinputi) has placed their fsrm !'. lllo of hwi neit ' during tho Chautauqua, t,lu guest ot to Hut iihM Tuesday and dulUemd ajcrop partinent with W. J. Campbell, ot who arc Indebted to It either for sub flno nddruis to thu Knights of I'ythlai Advoiale - .Minion Matting)-- . tinaddition with the ecrlptlons, advertising or Job work Mrs. Albeit ilencdlct of .v Uula, lluitonvllle. Thl Mm. M ' Sauflcy went to Frankttxong compantes coiuprislng this ng-- J will make It a pea'ant call. IN ease MIiki'h Dora, Mlnnlj and Mhinl(. U thin week to v.ilt. her .laughter-- ' i' guest of tier uncle. Ed Wilkin- eiicy puts It In tho front ranks In titrutih. Mm. H I. Davison and chll fort loii don't forget this urgent Invitation. Unr- Mrs. Kn.uk Wllklmon .'pent the fourth In ML Verne. In - law, Mr.. Caswell Snufloy at thoj."paying power. dr.u ,, ' '" lii" liirt " niuicl "' " w ll'llbltiuim " home of her rather. Judge Ullenr. Thu aapessed valuation of real es'"" with friend.. anJ '"" ' "rooks, of Seattle. Wash.. .Mrs. tate in Greater New ork l8 57,818.- C.niarrli Cannot Be Cured W. Ilutcheson. Mrs. Hutchison Mr J. MIm Jimp Tnnnne spent the week', ,.h UK'AI, AITLICATIOXS, u tber mors: rt.r 84D.164. Taxable personal property 's K. of l'onra. Okla.. and J. and little son Jaine. Howard returned ' ot the CaUrrh lo hUMMl or Hrooks and daughter, ol Atlanta, end ulth Mlsb Mao Waters near Dan- - Ui Mt diM.ft.ir. dror. ortKr to curv K rw hitft Ukf returned at S357,'J23,123. am la Tii..f.ilnv nlcht nfter u several days xrr t tattra murn&t HoJt'a courm (Sft - a llp Kuest of MIbb Molllc tillc and arta dlrrrUf T"n Ibe toud and mii(TW visit in Cincinnati. fiot a quark llaU o Caurra Oitv turtr Report of Condition of In Crab, Hrooks and other relatives Cooper went to M8 Harry Jacob, nutoed to loiiiH It f'Ttmrd r to a t fix lut MiT''tun and oountrr nnd will go to St. Paul i last Wednesday iikiiU Tuesday to tlsit Mrs. Krauk ta uuowrapootd lor Ui loc vomrortvular prrfiriptkou Waynesburg Deposit Bank, tmown. wmbmrck of It la Minn, after hi. little daughter wltll ta beat ttood nvtlxt. rtloa dlrrrtc. n tL Mr. a I llartVy went to lllchinoiid KobliiMMi. tttc At the close ot business June 3nth, 'It aeurttia eurfarvo. Tbf rnblaaun Adah this week. . torn raarrdtrou ta woat rrvOurvo aurti wftndrrlul rr-on a business trio Wednesday. m. ....... u,, .i auju la tvrtDS MUrrn. rvoo tor irvtmoainM. im Mis. Xlary Hubbard nf the West Knd ' l.-- T. Hryant.or .MLcrnon,isiioii t J CIIKKEY W. 1T0P.. IttMOHKU. RESOURCES: ,VwKll hng,.ama went up to nil- Sold ha. returned from Hlchmond alter a ing th0 potion ot night operator here ,,nbun! Thursday to visit Mrs. C Ttte br ftrurtlou. prtr IV. ronrtlpatlaa. tUU a I amur "U far 560.444 77 Discounts Ians &Claims . week atay with relatives. Misses now. two ....-..'...Ouuntr K. &nydT. 404 72 . Ile.ile and Klhol Ilrackrtt accompaniFor Sale! A splendid milk cow, uvernraits Miss Virginia Glvena, or Jlarnnls-burHon. L. P. Thompson, of Mt Ver- frarJL, Itowaa Saul ley, Stanford. . S.2R8 60 Due from Nat'l Ilanka , ed her. t and Mia Marion Grime, or (hi non was . Cash on Hand cr.ni 51 tier. lor a Bhort time Thursiudice J.me, . lUlhy, Mr . H. D. city are spending the week with Mrs. Banking House & Lot ... 2ioO 00 I will In day o na visit to Ms daughter, Mr. HAIL Fop 11.60 per a ore Urrxory and handsoBe cbt'drcn, and 1.SIG !5 Furniture and Fixture? ... 8. U Hartley at her country home. L. IL Husfaea. sure your tbacco against ' loss or Expenses List C Months and Mn. Islednoe Halluy were the KuesU Mr. J M. !,ackny, o( Lltchtfrld 111, 1,136 52 Vaxes Paid Mrs. Oookor WUklnaon. of kaaca6-ter- , damage by hall. You should have U. of J. C lUllry aud family in Crab Orch went through to Crab Orchard Tues-spent several da8 with Mrs. Kd . M. Newlatid, Agent. Phone 16 r.rd ou the fourth ' 581,493 07 Total VMIklnion ana tamily. Uri Wxl. Orllvln and ri.iurhter ' tlaJ'' LIABILITIES: M, ot Uborl'r and Ada Wmi1 Miss Ilcrta Jean Tenny tt the guest Yance. who have been ttfte rue.lt TIj.000 oo S Capital Stock For Bale W,HI Wllklon or Lancaster aro at-- a of Mrs. Caswell Saufley in Frankfort. room house On Lancaster street, i.suo Of of Mr.. J. C. Hay. left Tuesday for and lot, nam, chicken Surplus Kund .( party Riven l(y 3,030 3? tho ic Mlsg Uccic lleazley Is at Oripplnt. house and ceo) house, etc. Ml new. Lndlvided Profits Tt.lt with Mr. Hor8 Herndon ot 61,562 69 Individual Deposits ,Mlss Oertrude WJlkiwon. C. C Ooocb. Ijineaster ITice right. SnriBxs fur n Bhort stay. Wr- - " S..Tharp and daughter Mar-daMl.. Virginia nourno arrled M.on-- 1 581,493 07 J. O. Carpenter went up to Crab Total lr. ulgU to pnd some trm with her Pcrlte cetumed to their Jaome t Orchard o wn his brother, John 13 State of Kentucky, county of Lin W. S. Fish represent, only tn oet airet UIm Florence Trueheart. MIm Brodhead TuewlaT. Carpenter, wbo was suffering with an and strenQeat insurance cosvsjsanles. coin Set. Dourne has taught In Huntington. W.l tr. J. IK Carpenter left Wednosda) acute strangulated hernia. I, Staxtfey Mclntotn Cashier of the 34 tf above named for Darhourvllln where h will speak ted. him 4eep yuu protected. a. tbp past term. bank do solemnly swear In tho Interests of Use Mrs. Nellie Hal ou, Mlis Lmlle and that the above statement I. true to my knowledge and belief. SHORT LOCAL NEWS Al person,, having claims against the best of Maiter Jojeph arrived Tuesday to sla Society. Ho also speak, at Plne-'nh.- k STANLEY MclNTOSH. McGonnick, the estate ot Martin their home hero. The many vllle, Somerset and other points. Cashier. deceased will present them properly Mtisea Nell and Jennie Warren aro Jrlends of Mm. Hallou heartily we- lSuhscrrbed and sworn to before me verified as required by law, to me at If ou tiwn a I toy met lnhaly you once. K. S. Alcorn, attorney r llo by Stanley Mcintosh this 3rd day of core her an.i her family to Htanford.t spending this week in Louisville. July. 1911. G. D. Cooper. Clerk, Uy Hjomel for only ren McCotmlck. administratrix. """le M. A. Johnson, who has Ikm-Mr.. J. (5. Carpenter and Miss Jose- - " uy 47-W. F. Camden, D. C. My commission Ing for u moulding firm In Kiulhern' phmo Carpenter are the guests of 50 cents. Guaranteed b O. L. Penny cxp. 1914. r catarrh, eougha. colds, croup and visit, hlcv. and Mrs. Homer V. Carpenter Correct Attest L. G. Gooch, R. Y. 't.tes. Is at home for a short Our automobl o is at the b&rvke ot Uallard, R. Curtis, Directors. asthma. C'tigremman Harvey Helm camn'of Shclbyvllie. (be public at reasonable rates. See Mrs. Frank Wilkinson, of Uurxin, bom,, to vote In tho state primary us if you want to go' anywhere. IJeai-le- Undivided Profit Ac'ct 53,030 38 have taken the agency for the nnd will be here for about ten days, land Mr.. A. J. Ilenedlct. of St, Louis, Disposed of Same ns Foltowr. & Uaya, Phone 5 steam laundry, one of the Expenses for last C months Mamie are uest. of the family of Mr. Kd. K. Mrs Oarland Singleton. Ml 51,136 .12 untry ana win npprecl- and Taxes " lu ' Singleton, and Messers Walter and; Wllklmon. FAWM FOR SALE Dividend No. 6. 3 peT cent . . 450 00 of r trade. Harvey Mlsnes Joanna and France, Ilallon a'- a ha Clarence Singleton are visiting Mm. To Surplus Fund 6 "p c .... 900 PO We will aeit prrrately a farn of Charged off Furniture a J. M HuDbn and other reUitlrej in are vlnltlng In Crab Orchanl. Miss Wklnaou office at ray father's h"P- r 216 95 , about 130 acres in Lincoln rousty, Fixture Account Is with Lancaster friends, the Waynesburg section. 326 91 Miss Annl,, Davis, Mcnogerts, one Ky.. enofaaJf mile from Crab Orchard, To Undivided Profit Ac'ct .. Walter Dunn, of Danville, waa here DouRlas. aacocUte r Stanfords most attractive frac young Tuesday In his handsom Overland nicety localod. mobtly bottom laol, 53,030 38 Total I, the guest of her cousin Mr. tor ot no Danville Messenger, was ery productive. tery aero tillahle Net Earnings for Last Slxv months runabout: automobile which be la raf tjoaunatea by the democrats of uoyfe an abundaooe of stock water and es- 12 per cenL fling off. A number of Stanford men John Mcltoberts In Lancaster. STANLEY McLNTOBH. Mrs. Kliia Dlaln who bas bevn ill county for the office of representa navp taken chancoi on the car. pecially adapted to corn and grans tive over W. F. Plttmaa try about Good tenant moom ot three rooms on Condition of The CSO majority. 4.pply at arm. Terms -- aoaable Lincoln Cm. National Bank aace to Judge John Mcnefee, of stakrord, 49-At close ot 'business June SO, 1911 h. M. Ilrotrauch. AsenL was In the city yesterday, lie weht to tfunMia at noon wBrre he aHaa mm t HKkXi rJl TMPaH '. RE.SOU.RpE6: , of W. J I. . aStalan ll vtred a Fourth, of Jufy.pnflJop de A large bam on the farm ''town on to Sinks' H .few uillev 'lroal 5291.089 03 Loans and Discounts a, 'lare'atherlpK,,ot'"patrfoti'c tho Somerset pike, buflned to the Overdrafts ,.,. i .,...!.,.,. 12,167 60 Judge Menefee I a terror to ground Wednesday .attcmoon. It con U. S. Bonds and Pre ma. . . 100,500 0b rs and does not healtatc to talned five or six atrea or bay, and Lincoln County Bonds ... 37,500 00 apply, the bah to worthless charac- a lot of other, fodder and uaay farm-- . Ilaakln; Houee A Fix .... 6.300 00 ters who are brought, before him In Ink1 utensil.., The lot it front 512,00 Due) 25,27?. 55 .'. the Stanford Itollco Court- He 1 a to 51,K0 and Mr. Shank, had so 6,000 00 Due frotw U. 8. Treas .... brother of Mr. Sam Meenfee, now of on the barn or contenta. Cash 17,245 65 Kauraa City, atd Mr. James Mcne There la no clew to how the barn fee, o this place. Danvll o Advocate". caufht fire. 5191,248 73 Total AMERICAN REALTY & AUCTION CO., Mr. Jas. Yowcll lina returnid o I Lexington, KY. FREE SAMPLE OF LAXATIVE 51-- 3 FINE CONCERT BAND. PERSONAL and SOCIAL CURED THEIR CONSTIPATION When a person has become discouraged throuah year, of failure to find a cure, and nnally, perhaps, elves up trying-- . It is small wonder that he becomes skeptical. And yet. to all who have we would say, "Try just one thin- - more." We wiih you would try Dr. Caldwell's Syrup pepsin, a laxative tonic that has been used for a etneratlon. Thousands are using it; rarely some of your friends anions; the number. Tou can buy it of nny dnurstst at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, but better still, send your name and address to Dr. Caldwell for a free sample bottle. He will send you enough to convince you of Its merits, and then. K you like It you can buy It of your Mr. J. J. Petty of Unlonvirio, Mo Mr. George W. Zimmerman of Pa. and many others of both sexes and In all parts of the country first drug-gistllar-rlsbur- g. Htni-ford- ''" - '' x wcek.-Uanv- - 1 5-- an I used a rumple bottle and now have W, regularly In the house. You will learn to do away with salts, waters and cathartics for these are but temporary reliefs While Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin Is guaranteed to cure permanently. It will train your stomach and bowel muscles so that they wlu do their, work again naturally without outsldo aid. Cast asldo your skepticlrm and try Syrup" Pepsin. Dr. Caldwell does not feel that tha purchase of his remedy ends his obll- ration. He has specialised in stomaph, f Iver and bowel diseases for over forty years and will be pleased to give. the reader any advice on the subject frea of charge. All are welcoma .to write him. Whether for the medical advice or the free sample address him Dr. W. II. Caldwell, 492 Caldwell building;. Montlcello. I1L '' eon. rnn-lk-- a ' fei n.rd-tia- r. -- I t..... vi T g Divided Skirts o We Do Not Handle But . kAl hf y We Do Haridir A Big Line of Pants for Men! Light Weights for these hot summer days, in full peg, medium and straight. .v I. u ' 4 I 4-- If you are hard to fit, We can suit you We have a large assortment to select from, varying in prices from " 5 $1.00 to $8.00 Cummins & Wearen; in . 4t nM TBBBBBaLEaai .-- w clti-ten- s. evil-doe- from-Bank- s Stanford, Kentucky. ft 'I Do Your Cooking in the Cool A rise hot tifcfca m Kttfe dM ruf too. e there, uruser. But better this a prUon all tkc cookwg aid the waaKwg mutt be WbU a raW it wovJd be to Mote the rMfe where you pleued. You cm do thia with a New Perf ecKon Oil There wl 1 b? a session ol the QuarKeep your property of every kind terly Conference at the Methodist protected by insuring In tfce com pales ihurch next Tuesday morning at 10, representee by J, D. Wearen, the In-o'clock, ind preaching Tuesday night j Man, of Stantord, by Itev. D. M. Robertson, presiding' ( Flder. Law nates U ..m-anc- CaplUl Surplus LIABILITIES: out oa the porch, ifyouUke. It u the vrorkt eoually weU m ratify porub!e-4h- at ealy tafe that k ia Tkr m,m mn roBBeehoBj to be made, atflue oaa l... and dctnc itove; bo ooty raafe; no wkf. d gratea, aa wki coat or woou. long, eaameled chimney carry the heat directly up to The full value from your fuel, MUcepaB. oven or boiler; you get without watte. y aah-IOJe- KENTUCKY. Collectoi, Uen Herndon, L'OUIBVILLE, Deputy who hat. had ills I nvKjuarteri nj. VIA. Itlchmond undor Collector Cooper, of Smthorn Railway Account I. O. O. T., the Eighth' District resigned last week ., Reunion and Republican Stato Convention. and will return to the store-keepMr. and Mrs. guager assignment. JULY 11th. Call on any agent for full informaHerndon have returned to Lancaster whero they will reside. tion regarding rates, dates of sale etc. i Undivided Profit Fund to pay tax Circulation Deposits BUI. payable 5100,000 00 100,100 00 600 00 , 100 000,00 l.m 30 Boys WasH 157,285 43 25,000 00 5494,084 73 Total STATEMENT: Of gross earnings for the six ending June 30 1911. Discounts Interest anj change Undivided Profits Total ex- 59,903 71 900 00 510,803 71 We have a few Wash v4t V months for boys from three to six year?t of age, which we are closing' out Suits at M I. J l iigmli, U mukM duwn. Ha- M.A. wkk ubwl top, wtuch it fated wiUt dnp tow,lrtcu,ttc ?. "H. ilah. For Sale! Pence Ilros. Second hand hay rake. 50-- illCooktovc frW, i w write lor dcrip Ur, utukf Um MUM WKr ol Ola Staidard Oil Coapaiy DmUh W (IaMror44) DISPOSED OF AS FOLLOWS: Kxpeni.es, Tuxes, Premiums 1 have bought the asoncy for the Paid and Had Debts cbr'd In SUnford nnd Tho Liberty IJand in tchargo of DiinvlHo Laundrj 55.303 71 ojf will still have my office nt 0. P. Huff-- Charley Carson pasjed through, hero 6hop. All former pa- - Monday night and Tuesday going to Dlvidena No. 2C, 5 per cent, 5,000 0C man's butcher 500 00 irons of Mr. Mtlburu will ulease loavojand returning from Lancaster whero .Undivided prof 1U laundry for mo, or I will be Elaj It played for tho Odd Fellows pic their 1 J, C. BEAM, JR , Assistant Central Passenger Agent, 8t. Louis Mo. I Bargain Prices W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY.!1 ' to call for It. K. L. Relnhart. C3-- Die. i Total 510,803 71 4 !1H!35eBMHrt!!W?HBSW!?!!SS1 'W IBS!f K"?W J l.l Hundreds of Pe IE e to-da- y. !! Are attending our great sale daily. Why not you ? Our stock is large and we have bargains for all. Special prices are in force until July 1 Sth. Come is ilH SEVERANCE & SON. d THE FARMERS For Sale Three frcuh Jersey cows. 51- -1 Alrs.'C. R. Ca fman. Strayed or Stolen 3 steers, under b'lt In each ear. Howard for recovery C. 8. Shelby. Sholby City, K7. 4M, or Sale Second hand McCor-mac- k M. H. Lytte, phone binder. turn Iambi, by an For Sale A Shropshire ram, I. L. imported Iloutc No. 1, boz 40, Stanford, 1G!M. 47-- Si I fv ttioe whom we have sold seed wheat. Call at the hump house find MPt same between now and the 15th, Wo hate a little more for nale. extra quality, Harvest Kins. J D. EaiN & 52-lions. , For Sale. One hundred and fifty good ewes, two three year old mules, three mule colts. three yearlings, H. 11. Crow, II. F. D. No., 3 Ilox 2S. Iwp rings Junction City exchange 5:r-- i 2 Kjr. To Central Kentucky Miller's Association has offered a twenty-fiv- e dollar prjzo for the best sample of The. Tho wheat grown In the state. wheat win b0 judged by compettntj men at the State Fair In Loulsvl'ie. Capt, Iko M. Dunn has finished thrashing at his large farm In Gar-turcounty, and wiu very success lil with his croi. It panned out about 20 bushes to the acre. He disposed oC the crop to Unnca.ter dealers at 85 cents. In the last three days 448 fat cattlo have been sold by Dnnvllle men, all but one herd bringing ti cents. Uentry Bros., sold to Schwartzchild & Sulzburger 168 head of splendid export cattle at 6 cents. These big steers will weigh about 1,500 pounds. Worthlngton fc McMeekiu. the (Sentry liros., neighbors, sold to Joseph Hales, of Richmond, agent for Sen- ware hi Id & Sulburger, 70 steers that will weigh about 1473 pounds, tor 6c. Monte Fox figcnl for Joseph Stern & Co., NewiYork packers, boughtt of 4 4 yrass this season d Tueso were 2.10 bought of J.J bend purchased from Hood Worthing-tocents he also "is at C. Caldwell, Jr., 125 of about tho The aer.igo and Gentry llros weight "II reach 1,500 and the ptlco same size at the same price. As a consequence of these sales M0 was J6.2.'). Richmond Climax. (00 of eastern money will be piled up J. C. Caldwell, Jr, Bold Monday in Daanvllle banks In lc8 than a 125 head of fine export cattlo month. On y two or three limes ,i at $6 2" per cwt. The bunch will jear are financial transactions ot average over 1,400 pounds per head. such magnitude mado In one week in G. I. Merrick also so d the same day Oanv ill,. Messenger to .Mr. Fox S.'i head of line export cat this community.. SB.25 per nunilrert. li. A Mrsow beloni.tii!,' to .Molt in tie at A brood Roberts sold to .Mr. Fox 25 head of Hull, a farmer of upper leaver Creek at about the sain,, figgave birth to 21 pigs, all perfectly ure Monday night. Danville Advo well formed. In two jitter? she has cate. given birth to 48 plgi The owner John T Rigsuy bought a cow and h 14 been offered a 'n'y price for calf of Robt Scott for $27. the sow, but will not accept It. RichJ. M. Cresti bought a f I mond Climax. mnre mule tiom Josinh Anderson for Joseph Hales, the best known cattlo i.r. bujer in the State purchased in Iioyle George li. Colson and J. I Hal ard county Alonauy about the cnoicest sold a bunch of hogs to bunch of fat caflle seen in the llltio- - Cress & Jones at 6 cents. George I. Merrick 1 75 big 1.500-poun- 6 n Cress & Joniv shipped n of hoxs to Cincinnati roi which they paid varlotig parties from ft to 6 cents. F. 1.. Thompson bought 75 barrels of corn of different parties at $3. Gen Clement A Kvans, .nto commander of tho I'nlted Confederate Vet erami was buried with honors nt At car-lou200-poin-d 3-- 1 Grand Auction Sale Innta Tuesday. I Junction City, Ky., 40 Choice Business and dence Lots in Resi- THURSDAY, JULY, 13, at 10 a. m. s in spring and summer, the natural tune to store up health and vitality for the year. it's ALSO 1 Nice Residance and RlnrL.mUk Qknn Tk:. propetty is in the heart of the city and has been consigned to us to be sold ABSOLUTELY REGARDLESS of PRICE. See the 4 Twins sell lots 1 a minute. 1 LOT and a bag of Gold and SILVER will be given away. Don't fail to attend this sale ! Scott's Emulsion AMERICAN REALTY& AUCTION CO. is Nature's best and quick est help. AliDcmnhta LEXINGTON, KY. DOWN WITH PRICES f ' commencing I SATURDAY ULY Semi-Annu- al As we buve been doing such a ery large business, we bought doub!t. the amount ot goods, and owing ' ihe backward season we arc forced to push these goodt out under cost. CLOTHING, ODD PANTS, SHOES, AND OXFORDS FOR EVERYBODY. Absolutely the SEASON'S VERY LAT. sa e, will be by lar the larKit and EST STLYES to be sacrificed In this tale, his very large most money .'laving sale ecr pulled oft in Stanford or nny other town or cliy. We rve absoluSely no old stock put tho .rlcc at all. Kverjth'ns pew nnd up toil a to. We tu j ructlcally giving them nwuy Hercember, that wt. will ii; your ejcpcnis here, such ai train fare or livny tii , providing jou b'iy li.'i worth of goods. Could you afford to go any other place and buy when you are getting merchandise far beyond your expectation! for less money. MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS OF PURE WOOL. LATEST NEW YORK FASHIONS, ANY SHADE. We have to sell ihe goods In the next 15 days to regulate our stock as it is entirely too much for us to manage. And when the OLD KKUAKI.K KIll.M puts this bill and prices before you oueo wore, we know each, nnd every one will Duy. WE GUARANTEE THE PRICES AND GOODS AS QUOTED; IF NOT JUST LIKE WE 8Y YOUR MONEY BACK. Aa we have been agreeably rushed during our sa'es before, we have engaged 25 extra experienced salesmen to wait on our .customers. Every article will be marked with a red tag onlt, with the reduced price on tag On this sale we do not figure our loss at all. We figure your future business and the ready CASH now. All kinds ol dry goods at prices you never beard of before. CALICOES AT tC AND 5C I'KR YAHD. These have teen salea before, but none UkQ this. It Is now. It la different. It is money-savinfor you. HUSH! RUSH'. As there will be such a RUSH, we will be compelled to cloo tha doors in order that vre can mark and arrange the stock. RKMHMHKIL. this entire stock will be literally Blajhed to pieces In order that we can sell thesa goods In the next li-ve 1, ! ENDING SATURDAY JULY 15th Clearance Sale A FOR 15 DATS ONLY CLOTHING! BOY'S KNEB PANTS Wo have the largeM stock of cloth-In- ? In Blouse effect .In town, hand tailored, and pure tl :0 kneo pants must go at 11.18 wool. fl.'JI must go at 94c ?1 must go nt 79c u must go at MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS! 39c 19c f"t rP'l .i0 ""t nt t'6 l .'. in'i't tn nt K'i auct L2.0 bulta at HATS, ALL KIND OF STRAW 18 rulta at 511.98 $12.50 and $15 win at fJ.98 j; and $3.50 hats at 929 96.98 $2.5(1 hats nt flO Suits at 9178 We have about 300 iults, ja upecial U hats at 91.39 you cUev bure 11.50 hati at 8'ieH, xhn '! T.t 91.19 from $10 to $18. New goods. Our :i hats at 9c 95.48 .50 hats at kale price 39c .15 bats at ...19c BOY'S SUITS KNICKERBOCKERS Ill'.'iO suits t .t 97.28 JOHN B. STETSON HAT8 $10 nuits'uft ., . $6 38 $i and $5 bats at 92.98 18 suits' at. S48 Felt hats In all shades ot the stan- 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 CrBBt As the Sacrifice. 92-4- f M-e- dri 1 '. V .,.!..,.. $7.50 J6.C0 K-f- k. i about 100 boys suits, stiflgttt pants that sotd from $2.50 to CAPS. , 15." f e will ruu thews out now 50c and 75c caps at 4 .'91.29 15c and 35c t capi at ODD PANTS. $4 $3.50 sulti $3 SUls at suit at suits at suits nt .. suits at ... .... .. ... at . We have 94.98. dard make. 4.48 $3 and $3 50 hats 93.63 $2.50 hats at .92.SB hats nt 92.68 $1.50 hnti at 91.33 $1 hats at NCY VESTS. SHOES! SHOES!! 8HOESIII lot that Is worth nuunl value, $'.' to HlHh aim low chin absolutely the $4, go now nt 91.19 best of makes AH, l.KATHKK Same worth 15 to $7 SHOES WORTH 94 and $5 sale prlc" $3.29 SHIRTS 3.50 shoes at $2.98 r"or Aorf Dresn t nd Kvery lVv 13 ihoes at ,$2.34 . .. $!.;& Jl'uO shoes at I? . lilrts now , $1.98 $1.50 "shirts now 91.19 S shoej it .$1.64 84c II ulilru noyv LADIES' bHOtS ,. 39c and oxfords In due snirts now velvet, patent finish metal and kid. UNDERWEAR OP ALL KINDS $3.80 oxfords at $2.99 50c and 75c garments o at . ...... .39c It oirords at $24 19c 13.60 ihe garments go at oxiords at 12 oxford at . ., i.94 $1.50 .oxfords at 91.19 MEN NIGHT SHIRT8 FOR . 39c Wot tli 50c and $1 now SLIPPERS FOR MtN AND BOYS 1.1.&0 fish brand slippers ; at ....92.68 u- --- ,.i. i.u, 1 l K at 9Z29 91.88 g I fi 9U9 98c 79c 39c tSc ot tIore. outlntj AT 8 CENTS, Worsted, black, fnnnel, tpantt, green plaids, brown and sen;, CENTS. prtag Miles at prices you never heard MEN'S AND BOY'S STRAW HATS 12 CENTS AND 16 Tiilda Remember the date. Remember the store. Remember our entlro front will be covered, so you can not the place. Watch the crovd and they will watch you. All will follow 15 DAYS BANKI 11.50 silk socku nt fOc silk socks at 25c lisle socka at 15c lisle socku at 10c IHle socks nt SOX 91.19 13.50 2 Hoys sllppom from .""'T' nt at slippers ?-- , ...91.48 to $2.4f tip- 11.99 . 38c Be 5c lisle socks at ...., TENNIS OXFORDS 1c and shoes. Rubber soles, canva 11c pers, 7jc qua'Ry at and 39c 4c VI c LADIES" VESTS 15c ladlm vests' now LAWNS .9c Je;.pr.nt .93-6nrnit. Ht 92.38 nants at 2Ch'i!!.4l1 nants at 92.68 91.79 'pants at IS and V.50 " AU kinds or w&ih pants fron 08c to IS8. Don t ovenoon uiem. 8 fsHhtrSO.-S- tl oi,l f 4.aBdM.5Q jants at r. Ml at , ... ... ALL KINDS OF NECKWEAR 39c .95.28 Worth 50c and $1 now .9-Worth 50c and 25c now .....19c $1.50 gloves at $l.5 and $1 gloves at Uc and $1 gloves At J DOOR TO LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL 17.50 stilt casai nt $j.5D suit cases at $5 suit cases nt M suit caapj at $1.'J5 and $1.50 suit canes I SUIT CASES ,95.48 at SEE OUR Trunks of All Kinds at Cost UMBRELLAS From 39c to 91.98 ALL KINDS OK 1'ARASOLS 12 15 and 17 l-per yard now 7H 94.98 VI l-- l'c yd bleached cotton, now ,.9c 93.78 $2.68 AMERICAN AND SIMP80N BRAND 84c CALICOES 4 and 6 2o per yard GLOVES 91.19 79c 39c Bargetuis vv...)... WHAT AHOUT THAT! 8 T 12 c and DRE8S QINGHAMSI 15c, now MEN'3 UNION 8UIT3. 50 quality now It' quality now i BELTS Wc Worth 50c, 75c and $1 now .79c 25c belts at 39c 19c Paper Talks, But Prices Talk Louder. L'ADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR PRICES YOU WOULD NOT DREAM 79c J that bold for $1.50, now." OF jlSc quality at EMBROIDERIES 50c qunllty 25c. 25c duality at 12 10c SAM ROBINSON, Milii&i'iyiiiuJBaJi(uii3tr Stanford, Kentucky. tttr r '.M.JKXC .ji..fci i.U. .ii,':itl. ll(l iiniiih,Yiiri' .' iil iL. I