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The Stanford interior journal: July 11, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911071101_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: July 11, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5fc .jW-wj- rn.irr MW " ,.i,ni rrrt J'.T-c-'fJ- -- - THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. .VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 54. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUE3DAY, JULY 11, 1911. EVERY TUE8DAY. AND FRIDAY. BEAUTIFUL LIFE SOON Mns. LOOAN R. Eyes Injured LINCOLN COUNTY GOES FOR FRANKS drink, nnil tlioy all know thnt whLky f wns n bad tlilnK, mil: tho prohibition ImU liml n ticket nnil tlic demoernts had a tlrkot .and thU wns n republl- mil convention nnil there wnn no use In IMflIM LUUll 1 MAM LIllliULn fflllNTV1 ITirtll SLAIN IN TENNESSEE SIXTEEN-YEAR-OL- H. G. Ware DIED IN LOUISVILLE AND IS BURI ED IN SOMERSET. JESSE BROCK HELD UNDER ended;Iwhpn - REPUDLICAN CONVENTION, COM. POSED PRINCIPALLY OF NEW. V. IhWt cwhii ory nearly HER HOME HERE ON SUNGROES, NAMES DELE. ;lng the right of tmtli eye whui an DAY EVEMINO. CATE8. Inner lube mi oa nt ! tlrw of the atilomnhPe buret Ill the evening of ft beautiful Heb- ,, lowing It The black and wtyte admixture ritin. Mgki bat tfajr, th immortal spirit of Mra. i.p A n reiiill of th UPcMlWt, Mr. In rotor will nnder treatment! In politics, Republican- his fM At)nl T. Hughe, wife at liofja H. Haft pr nun lonvrnimn, iruhsa riifM.,rf i. iiiki . .k " v. ror ee'Ter.i' nwjs t.. nllMt4 rwrnprii.-- r In inmedicine, the) color scheme IllMtn ....... ., .f .....-- . pi irmn ,'i . ,.- - n ,,..-.- , It .... r ft FOR 8H00TNI0 JAMES BROCK TO SON UEATH HIS BROTHER HI3 SHOT Tho Somerset Times Iim the folWOODSON IS DIS- .FATHER'S MURDERER lowing concerning tho death of II. I) CHARGED. TO DEATH. Wnro, father of F. M. Wars and Mrs. Joslnh Iltshop, of trtla county: At tho oxnminlnc trial of thr two News The arrival here laat Tncedar of reeaitwl hera last Fr:-- ! Brock bora, ehnrted with murdcrlnff tri-'the body of Wl llam CIrmer, for bur- - da., of the death (if Mr. II. 0. War", lamft Brock earl In th, Ml nt bin Tormar honia at Highland,' or Louisville, better known In thh 'ountj- - Jwiaa James V itail. '"rl illsctoawl newa of a terrible tragedy vicinity "Uncle Berry' Wars. IIU day morning, Woodaon Brtw k ,l8 d".- . which wan eimcted on tii Fourth ofn-nialnto nrri.vad here Satnrriay nft"- iiiIp(j and Joae Rrock in July at Cnnii, Tcnn.. a mlnlna town non and tne funeral servlcca were await tha action of the nvii.i 1 in ii. or back Him white Is queer. l,,n.r nh- - n.ltotiob le vn ('(WBToMnian .near Harrlman and wber,. a titirnbercondiirtfyt at the erave by Rev. c',o:- under f0 Dona. crlt co ilarvov lfim and a Hatlr of ladlen Tbf dlaanoata Hatarday. ..i nt wiMii.'nhH)J..hcr li- f- a --"M Tin? teattjHa-.- ,- at the tn.i .vwed of tb M. IS. Church at At Hiti ooneltiKlon of the county of Kontuckiaiif. aro omployad. Clymoritey UUd onj Waa plalaly dla with Sir. Hava oti tke alur of MMUnrlMart, btrt a eoHVaMlhiti, a tnnentloi wa bad beoii abnt anil nlmoat Inatantiy Science 11. He waa laid to rest by that Joeso Ilrotk had fired in. shot , tbn IJIt 'mwmmi of a tmetnre -- h ,,- -, , r,r Hmw raiiBOd the death by a miner, alio from Kentucky Ihe aide of hi. wife, in the old home-- which . ,!Z. to tho called to natflo .I ATI V crown, eatMtrt Hv- -r brlflae on tN. lrtfualer iHI. her ulxm t .... III.',, ,(im, Wr workliw on the tire dletrlrt railroad convention 'ieome tilaniey by name, wboaefatead burylnn jirmind. Mr. Ware wan llrock. It seems that .lame :.nl Wood lm- - body was brought to Knst Iternstadt, lmrn Xovemner 12, 1S22 and will be on Prock wore passing bv t, homo JL I be held ''"j, wutitu be wall. Tfcfi keowleHife t ;, In i.oolvllle, thai nil t when th accident happenii which wl 0T ,Z convention, Uiyrol loimty, his former home, for remembered verv readllv by a nam- - of .Inme. Ilrook, when ho oPk"i Mirm ed. He wan working-- without a Hatktt. ,'""::',, that .he was so al prepartd to in .the1 mldlat ely ntter the ' about roport which had be. n r J republican cam rWatc burl nl, In an expr.we car nlonBl!e bor or our older citltens. jlinl l . "e "W"r caln ft Mlcved to,1'" Miean ami imw alMti. m ' J5 ror which time a ritllnmil winmlaaloner will bo namUhat of Clymer. Thompson xvaa shot! Ho was a devout Chrlutan liavln-- f latlna. so bo wild that he h.xl '.ed fln er fully l. to ffee from all .row aM nnf tt.p ,nllPr lbf. B11,,mred t i,irP ?' killed Inomo a member of the llaptlsi(to shoot them. Tho boys are , T. , , ?Jf. fn7uL 7 U" The nino cleiop.tlea were rmmed- and son, by Clymor's alxteen-ycar- iniincimtoiy alter be had Church In his earlv boyhood About bavo denied knowledge of tro r ports ..... .... mre. wrftena wnewtiat Ihe aeverlty ,it. and becmtilhr tfH blahly InflnUHl,:, lor th,. rallrmul conxution and bo in- i otu 7 yoars ago he was married to Miss 'nnd Jesso ts sold to hav. remarked slain the e Uer Clymor. ... ., ,.., ., compreeeed ,. the. blow In the di.roted lianUnd inwit, the .fill ..blaht ol ..... , . . ..... It appears that Clymer, who was a ftllza Jnno Thompson. To this union that be was not afraid of tho r!d nan mm diiwt mvm lint 10 irmmi .i.i un- - nir BllllllK ir. MnyR ir.-iin i.i.- - JR n)"". jj,,),. ,nl)0g Hall be liefole inn ft( 'deputy iherirf of big county In Ten- - wore born ten children; Mrs. Joslah 'hcoting thcin nt tho snmo trnip RiiMti teem i alNHtat greater than they ev aa lie boat ewer the tire. He ih ron nt loii war., (y 1 If lAIIIIITTPP ne.uce, hn, 11 man ot considerable Iluitonvllle, Ky.( ,,.. , Itibfntctbms J. 1. tempting to pu'l a gun from hit coat .. LU Hi 111 II ILL was alwc t atunae.1 br the shock but' , ish rmnit ' prominence there, gave a. big picnic linker, Somerset. Ky., Mrs. C. (!. Dut pocket with one hand, nnd ha' king Th, death of Mrs. Iliieti" b ca- -t m,Hwod to riwrer In time to , V( w iwihurun, u (w, or with hlc oUfor nrm held In front en thu I'ourtli a ahail ol aonnw ..ver I be whole the leak ami bring the car to townk,rf .,occll,t 0 ,,,,,5., lr tl,e nomlim-PACKlU LONYlNIION ly attended. of July which was large ton Loxlngton, Ky,. Mrs.W.Sam Pollard off his face. (Jlnncey wai present Oklahoma City; Mrs. IJ. (Imgg.iof cownwHlly and Ha neortfolt aym- - attboNtb relief parties had been ent'j.,,,, , Auilltor. Jntncs llrock Is said to have nnd doslrod to dnncc ,wltl:. Clymor's l:irsons Kans., Mrs. Thomas Cark.l ii )Hing nnroanu out after iim car. miur Thu raimi)m .iiBwed lievond nil Ky., Joseph Ware. IMnvl le, narked '"don't pull that thin? out of Sllnnlc who refused to have and other, of the iamt;y, who feel o mawv whitp nFPtinLiCAN; republican party In doubt that yH'-'H Ky., K .M. Ware, McKlnney, Ky., W. J'our pocket," at the snmo time t0 lI" w'" "" " ileitftv lhP 'HsH they bare uakmne'l. rmiMTv CONVEN county Is controlled by tb- color MILLEDGEVILLE f II. Ware. Paris, III., lm,, 0,ancey Ware bis gun out and fired at Jesse The Comlna here aa a bride from her faAND ADOPT RESO ,. B,1(1 w0,d n()t (bnco w,th ,lm an, Indinnapoll. lnd., alland J. II. stir-- bitter then got h.s gun out and shot ed votete, and tlsat (Vmuty Chairof whom ther's low,. In Ml Vernon, a numLU man, .It. I. Davison, lending them, the stomnch, which Horn, to the wife of Mr St. llitrker iwlien Clymer heard of tho man's vlv0 him. with the exception of Mrs. Jamc--i Prock-Iber of ymra iiro elu nt ouch won a In the sadaM he duo i, Is cumpletejy thrents, ho went to him about It to T'kjs. Clark, wno departed this lift, wound caused his death. Rill. secure place In tl affections of the t dle. A number of different reports have straighten matters one. (Jlnncey re- - 21 years aco. The family have tbi lieoplc of Stanford and community iy Thoar on tke ulek list are Mr- lleiv ,,, thrcat to clymer. It Is snid, sympathy of tho entire community. Ovor llftv or the le.nling white ic- AlHHit sixty white reHiblleans, who circulated , about the threats which her livollaea of dhrXNiltlou and char- ty CI:oteii, Mrs. iJiTe Morgan better fnorMl tho nomiimilnn or .nidgo O llllllllrnilR lit tbC C01intl AsCUSted ' nowoil were made pro nnd con between, the I'l.M.nr. .lr.,n- - hl mill nnil acter, atd other qualltl' of mind and Mm Jones bolter. men, and It seems tnat there was wlththoimcblnBoftherepuIarcounty'threatcned to kill jlnncey. The Mrs. Klnu's MORELAND heart which denolwl the true woman. lain l.nAJane Koutoii of ,u.l.li... Mown llf",r M:l,,K.,ll7rnV'.V-L',',.',r- i! Imp.. I...AU- - .IklHnM very bad feeling exlstlmr between "'"ft; convention Saturday with negroes In, latter it Is said to have bogged plto- lei Rmciw f ienon i.ildtii to the Wit of the convention In a which, tho grand Jury will be Mr and Mre. John Moeer spent general aiTeclbm In MilcH ahe was the Interest of I'riinss and fox nnd ousiy for hi, life, declaring that ne Horn, to tho wife of Mr. St. Uucker them, 11 n nori meeiiiiK niicrwniu o given full opportunity to probe .i.ii.L.k.i 1, 1.1: . ....it.ui- ii'iirmr innrer,il r.iit. of the was not. armed. md DeBging for n u fine girl. - ....... ' ." ,r " room and ihiiua. il --r" . . m. .- -i u...-- v.ik..i. ..1.. tho rountv court court room, nnd held a short convon- - ti.mic Mrs. Lafu .Morgan Is sulferlng from Qlyjmjrwbo was a gnmo man, hand h nervous break Hon ol tholi own In th.-- county court k' f,lIHI,1,'l1.., Mnjrwno.1 tble week ami trov ' below. Tliev adopted u strong' ed lllsijpRpon to a bystander and A member of the ('Hrl-lt-churct Wm. Dtshon, aged SI is conrineu 10 To Inspect Texas Property. In earlv loom ! accompanied back by their grendaon ( sltico early ,... .... reoiitlons In which tliey condemned toldfllanfcy .that they would fight his bed with catnrrli of U10 stomaC .....,.... . pIUMooinI she lived iher,w..eii- vnniuiav uh win tuii.i wimnn tho Republican Snttinla.v ..... ......... tem-r... for its It cflf, fist and skull, In tho good Committee ! .w(Charley Coffey sold big wheat to the rirvmii in irri iim- nmi In nil and adopted the fasbloned way. No sooner however, Hustonvllle mill for SO cent) per bush PROMINENT MEN TO LEAVE HERE In r.m.ly for Qe mimwons to .tam with them. VT, thev from came was..... l . .irrivd following the nifalr, .. .I....I.. SeCtMMIS, lltld IW n, . I I..1- - ll.l.r--. .ml .... 111. were sign bad Clymer disarmed bimeclf than el. resolution IN A SPECIAL CAR. . ter. f Hunbrlgbt. drew a coup!o of pistols Ten,,., has Va'.'h od by tltwe who bad left the regular Olanccy .Mr and Mrs. Gibson Russell, of underwent an !Lt7wrr?'2rVns!n a contesting out cf hlr shirt bosom and shot Cly- Peora, lb., nru visiting relatives fcere.L body. Some wanted Mr. It. T. Purge president of the n.in.il n.i.1 an.it tit ..... ...... ....... .......... ... ..... ..H...u. lln .inl....n.l.. .iuiiivv. iiiii. nvti. ... fhit tn.ir ilof.,1 nlmnut In hla trnr1.a .... . .11 r. acu airs. Jonn api?ars i.t entertain Ttixi'.p Land Devevlopment Company, n ikm IIUIUk.il llill, convention, but the lead- - omptled both revovvers Into Clymer's ... .. " . .7- - ... . .Mr. nnd Mrs. Mil Carson nnd cIpi.i iiiint at !Hf B'r", wy ,, Louisville cd a crowd of young folks nt a party of KansnB City, Mo., In rero nr. ne pern 01 lire 111 ner iiniM.ro in in.Fir.Hviiie, -then started to run. Karnest Saturday nlgiit. 'if ether ha 1m. had liml er It aw the llehl ot iini .nr. no 1 kin enc mm aaemiieieii 01. u.e m.nn one en im Uwk that gl(ch ncUon i,(hiy with six pf his traveling representaJV11. cuiilit. ro me convention, the voting, son of Clymer who wa" dav. and I ho ahnck from the ..i.nlh.n -t Sunday. . Wilbur, Mrs. W. of LaUrange, tives. They are gettlne up a crowd to m-I w"i"l nvnll .i..i.. m Many ol the ,, ad-- , standing near, immediately took his Men Measly llulitil.. of 1 nrnersvtll i(( rf.M,lllon!, to lh m4her was lew eevor,. for Is vlilting her parents, Air. and Mrs. go to Southwest Texns, caving hero Mi Samuel Newell the week whHe ri,i.oi, bailgea nK Iheir nsUnlii. u From thU a. Hon. It Is ap father's pistol, and running after J. H Prowltt. weakened nature to withstand, and tbev July IS, nnd Aticust 1. Mr nnrgo the s,,ih the i,,,,,., f,i,, "ra. Knnnte.Mrtlraw of I'erryvllln, and court gathered on seutnc ilt, ofnvr- rin itwM.n 13 lance v shot him throueh ttio bead IIU one over the she followml the Mis M. tl. Pruitt and family, ol reports tho outlook good for nt leait I be room mid re. Fannie (Jray ot I Inoi, have The young liurnildo are vvls'.tlng ihclr parents tho two remiblcHii frictions In tlii 'nnd ho died Instantly KUer mkhi ulterwnrd v'liW has Joined ""l wlialmlng oolttroil crowd mi lb,. iin-lh- . one full car from Stanford, Lancaster, . . Mnny pi those who signed man was apprehended by other nil- - Mr. and .Mrs. J. II. Pruitt. II mi thfwe Hniilen alin.iw where in been Vltttng relatvei. got up nnil leit I" n iHHiy before tl:e county Point Lick, Hustonvllle and other , Mloa Marv oran nent to Junction wveiitHHi was called l order that Uiey thorltlo, but released and accompanl sHnivrlnK or eorrow la known Mr. Joe Purdom ,aged, 17 son of Jlr. r0!uut1l locality. These people I'UMi.ral services ware eonducleil at l inarMSy to See e r brother Tbi ' will vote for Mct'roary over either od 1:1 rntner remains nero lor ourl- and .Mrs. John Purdom, had a parn-ltl- places In this Davlf called "o)Knin, 'n Chairman It. consldemlce 'and ln baa the bmln fever very bad or Cox a,olil either bo the home on Hnt Main stroet Mte ' a year ago which affected hnv0'3old other Kentucky towns.Paint stroke E. , coii.wiitlon to onlor pre nptly nt half , Lick and , ViV taatteala-tlll(litt riff 'Ihe burial took place In the HighMai lV w f (np d' week l:,o bad another L. Woods, proildent of tho People oclmk and calle.1 for 110111I- - Icailoig ol tlie other faction declare land cemetery after .1 prayer bv C. SI. his mind. Last HI j Mr. and Mrs. Oscnr VhnhfH.V of ii. M. Walker. A canopy of bevetKut which infected eyesight. Ho Is Rank, and six or eight others at Paint mother Mrs. Jane not expected to live. been visiting rctatlToa tiutlona lor chairman. Hr. " F. O'llear. The Young. His aged rAn-- . flawera on the bier testified a a lns mayweed na nm .ilck, bought from tnem County the well kmmii colored edecatnr ihty.wlll not. saallov a9 folow.:' viiii;ii nl Gll. . iiiiiv n .... ..!. iiihi vivn.nlhnp ill ill- tribute to th love and iteora In l''ro resolutlonn adopted are rrlanlTa .ln01 A It Judge O, W. Witt. Gecrge H. Wll letitl 111.. lnn.iTat nnil M,T ('0,'' Alford .nd Mr. Thole. I Inceil In lioniiiinttnn wtikh this lovoly young matnm wns Whereas. A republican conveitlon woro eecPARfcSVrLLE liams, president. V. T. AVllUaras &. present to pay th. last rites. Mount Dish Floreuce, whlcl- nomination was to the party was called pursuant held by al who Vn her. ne, i.ii. Aliord and .Mr and M.-Sons Bank, at Irvine, and several ' " fr'W Klnssvllle bavo been here '""N by three otier colored nien, ami rules and order on July the Sth, 1H11, Clynor left Lincoln county about 10 ilrixlu nent to beautiful lmmilo Air. and Airs. Preston and daughter ethers at tt.-place purchased land nun niiiii n iii'iiii. to father, Mr. W. It. DIM', IV Wiia purpose ot selecting delegate? or 12 years ago, but was known High-a- Hazel, and Air. and Alrv. J. L. Preston Spnmts cemete-.- - where the mortal " '"V n iiinoliiHl.yi for the T. J. Hell nous vote. from them. been ver sick but Is lemaltm were laid away to await the "" w, ' S!Hto convention to bo held great many who, still live In the r were ln AInrlon count Sunday. A to the by says tho cdowd from John Atr. Purge His .'later Is the wife lor Secreiar,. hw. Morn , In l.ot'!slllo Ky,. on July 11th. 11)11, laud Gcorgo II. Harris an Wl.llam Nev-lu- s her,, will be ln charge of Sheriff W. Mr Mo le Cohen of Lexington and It nln. of llustonllle, and chosen by and whereas "iilil eonvontlon woj of Crals Daugh. Ilitffhiw was Juit 14 year, of aro erecting the nddltlon to the U. McCarty nnd Air. W. S. Fit h, who ago. lib. wna the daugbter of lion. Mr"- - William Mnreland of eiicajjo, nrp. Jcclatnatlon Republican Committee residence of Dr. W. D. Sparrow lu are going to make the trip ari have iMtorney (Jeornr I). Florence's mo packed b) the money n."d other evil ELLI3BURG. Loitan Thompson, of Mt. Varum and vtstn relstvs In this mdehborhood by th0 "se of tills place. tion that th tempomry orgnnlxatlon kindly consented to mrnlsh InformaIn Hilditlnn to him and her mwbnnd Is1 lnflenccs, and wneroas wo me tumor Mis. Llllle Dourne and uon Cabet, tion to anv one that Is Interested. , ., .... W. ('. be mmte prominent mid that all com 'stott has a new Maxwell nnu HOGWALLOW NEWS by two sisters and two- ftirvlvcil ' ' .Master Clyde Austin, of Lancas- The crowd from Lancaster will be In "" T with was adopt- Hiltleos be tmto. Win. Allner, one of the I. II. iFruin the ltogwallow Keptuckl.-n- l brotlwra. u" V . J ' ., . mi i ,. o C. salesmen Is enjoying a vacation ter, are spending a week with J. T. charge ot Attorney .lam!s I. Hamil in i.i.-- 1 n. mnn currier soyn ne win lie hI without opM. Itbu. and then Dr. I Under wood and family. ton, who will also take his wife, tno here v.lth homefolks. cornuel ed to add another mule to lite Airs. James Uus&ell, of Hills railroad Impressive ,tam if Uaz ltarlnw keeps on sending tlon. 11IJ.I1 was rdopted b n rousing , ghow (mr llIlI,r0VBl ,ilereofi do theAirs. Helenrelatives if Danvlllu Is Switch and Airs, and Alts. C. N. Gravel round-i trip Air. Burgrv rare will bo expects to be guest or Curtli SJU.'.'- and Here. 'tU ("lilraico tor free us liinjiiv iiivvniifi Hdviu .tnlofiiitHi. l im ..lm mi ru,i nu In iMihlln tiiinfln"' nuoAlin ol Forklaud, were with tho families able to give his crowd free sleeping Airs, Dr. Alurphy and children have The Resolutions: pock iiocKa lias wrote to l!ontrle bled nnd In this publlo way denounce returned from of Alessrs. Isaac. Coulter and J. Al. car fare, as he can o. that If he baa A' 0::5lti7.VZ!i .?.!.. "JLX: W"-a visit to Danville. to Hnd out bnt will keen hi.! '' " resolved by the Itenubllcnn uch coniUlc. as tinworttiy t: th.. par people, which Carl Parties nnd wife ol Cincin- May Saturday and Sunday. HOPPGR TO VINISTRY. as many as twenty-fivcounty, thai, they lv hlmvlng brush from sheddlnc In tiio'otor8 "f J. H Rose, wife and daughter, .Miss V n special after ennb ' Indorse tb, cap Heretofore Iwued by 'aprlnc of the veer j; jiejiefcc. Jr... T. II Culton, nati, have returooii homeSpragenga two Alena, of Princeton, Indiana, Herbert will over e him to ha exclusive u?e car j of, and here for the fent Wll Prlehy llnncoek hn built Illlllself a tho governing authnrille of the party p n. Colver. T. J. Culton. Kmll Gels- - weeks visit with W, A. Th. ordination ervi.es er Olnmcock and wife, of Stanfrfrd. and the party. ll.im llnpeer. conducted nt the lraby- - new house on Market Ridge Jnet tnl convention, ami the one toz." ( T. Lunsrord. llricK Davis, unns. fam II). ,,, tertam cbnrch here "hurvtlnv after- - if the old liP las lieen livlnc lnto '"' nv,,, '" '"v "' ''mlavl,,? D.'ivls Horry, iionaru, jonn iinc, v. Dennis Spcuens ls II with fever. Wm. Ros?, of Lebanon Junction spent l i'nnr-r- Tiiiel.iv, Jiily.llth, It'll, for the j. ,illllon. Jr.. .1 I' Shaw, Robert Mar Mrs. Jacob ,T dii'soit who tin been Sunday with tho fanil y of L. C. Hose. ?Mbib' tie tinnn lor severnl veais vtth a Utile Somo of the older ones and somo of M. F. Elkin can .,,, ,,. , niiinkcnshli.. Leonard Mar .pille sick Is comnlesceut sive eeromunles of the kind witnessed 'imveinem ihe ( I on.-- wll malr.. a I'nrpoee in iiominamig JiuneR Keed and wife lte M vea 'n a s.irr.i tr 101am The rfood htHbie. .dldntca lor Governor nnd other Matotta )artn, J .:. Coriim, ('Ind- ville relatives recently. vlalted Dan- tho younger set or thU town and community celebrated tho fourth. In the v erfc fnrHMl eerenwmle liv vr(1 ror Bt ,l:l' ''""'Mloskln', S. T. Rovnolds, J. ''. Mom llnstettcr Ilbvks began prac 0,f'rt,H. to beautiful woodland of Ollio Harrison TO HEAD BIG DELEGATION TO ltr. F. M. (Iret n UetvvPe. liev. ucing thl week on trying to learn tol1" Noie'iiber election ;wc, Marcs c'oniey. Ileiijaniln llr,w-- " of Airs. Ltirlcn Young nnd children, east of town. MACCABEE. CONVENTION. Hustonvllle, visited Airs. Young' j Lunch was served to all Host" :u 'lie end Rev. Cars. Il'aln Thnt tho ndniTTilstrntlon of William an, Junn ,, imvnn, w. M. Iter. Itai'nw eivs If she parents Mr. and Airs. O. W. King nnd a general good time for nil. .loph II. Ilcnper. of Per" vM'e a the nolKe he will tiave to aolTl,lt '" 'Vnllo,1Hl nffn'ra and that cf,anl B..jVwiIson, T J. Smith. Grant llrtt ot the week. Kid. J. Q. .MonAirs. C. Al .Tucker was cC.led to Augiistu. I Wilson ,n this Htate iStSr.n nmi e'.l to drltiKlne nwaln. nude o' the o"n (Lexington Leader) Williams, F. F. Cum Dr. went to her In netlve ,, to W the nldet Supremo Lieutenant Commander At The ! Hill nreneher nn o.,..n most biMttlly and earnestly approved. smuters. W. I). Peters tgomery and DawnPierce Alartln see Pro the bedside of of mother.L.Airs. Al. A. Saturday to the tioblen Jones, widow It. Jones, F. F.lktn. of this city, and Knights of. the lato rnurcn 01 nalng preached ouiiitb ci ine rresiiM.-neinui.iee niiiii-n sermon three j, j, OWard. J. II. Green. A. 11. liasJustly tin. J. A. Harmon. 13. S. Lovis. J. M. Montgomery's mother wro Is there, in Llncon county who had n stroke AlaotP-boc- s KenlticW. biMire lone last Similar, will t.,.1 1... Wllllnm O. Ilradle,. and are from all over this .'hey rei.ort she Is doing nicely of paralysis nlfectlng ver right- jldc. - Me "'wleratrr iw.ulred to l I , penaleIV n ai mmuk. Garfield How Liberty Xewi. the iiulno 11.1. .i.in.- proud of the sMemlld record he lias Hor age which Is 7". makes it doubt' State as we as North America, will HwHiip. of b In th. pKenee o' .led rniigregiitltin wishing to lake u va ,"H',' vv" li"l(,r0 ,",ll',, ' ' ,v"'kr .'inJ Henji'inin lloluclaw. C. J. attend the Atnccabees' World Carnival tul iibout any Improvement . e..luilito of tbs district and urge bun to (1 u .j. ,, ,, una j, which in Cleveland 0., WAYNE COUNTY. John J. Cozutt, and wile recelvc'd a Jul It! will to ho dthis carnival there repiiblli'iiu cnndldnte for .Hav-e' .a.v. ret M. i.uile Fldltv Flinders got chokoil beooiiu. tin. to 2J. At j Kllig. C S. Lvon. II. 11 Colllor. 1'iessngo Saturday morning stating ,n tn,B ,1,stie, fr - n'eo'-- k Th.-rs- tcry to Tler'et " on piece ot Ikicoii lust nlgrt and It im!,?e Review, the W. ll Staplcton, AL King. Air. Hugh AIcKechnle has returned that .Mrs. Coir.itts brother, George will bo the Supreme Tent C dav aftrocn. "beence of tho was some time before the fnmll ro- -' Tn following named persons be se-- , Kncampment of Uniform A numj,er ot O'llear men who lcR from a few months stay In the Okla- i.nrun, or tirautordsville, wai not ex- National the I. .O. T N.,the ev. P M Prec- rlioeen coven-i- l from th,. nxcltmnent. "iinroi looted as dcleeates to the state con- - ,,.. clerk. n.nvenn.,11 declnred that homa Rank aud Ohio Rally uvs cot pected to Air. clerl r lem.-- Th examimtton of nfter Fldltv will be git on no moTo!u",,l'n ,0-- ll(' ,,,,', ln l""lvlHe on they won d be hoard uom ngaln; tnat nil of oil fields. Hughwanted. lie Rufe Gartln is alho but a short time. Gar-ti- nnd Initiation. Ok aboma he brother of Henry T. ,,,r '"e Prpsi- 01 iioieiiuu Mr. umree wwn niiut, tnat linsnt got a btrlng tied tOJU,-The Supremo Tent wlt tju, nwt tglit to bo made .Meredith was on tho same Ion bo, he the present leprescntatlve nnd ex qundrennelal meeting of Review Is a log repobllcsii cnndltlatos for state of- tnIs wn8 control of ilin republican rnys priMirdlnatlon It which he prenc'ietl the the the hot wlndg have about blown tncriff ol .Mat ,on count v. , rca)e we. Hien fKeil miThe Kxcelslnr Piddling Hand kPihiic l'cea to be voted for nt the comlng fert"0' county and tte.v pro- - Kufe away. body, to which there are one ty i.nco Airs. Paulino Underwood mother of , BPt tno scabi or tlie pose til olnbt iolock, . when the Presbytery out from ambush al the Doc HIM November election, ni.me y. Fifty hundred delegates appointed. Mrs. Snm Kads nnd children, return J. T. Underwcofl, w'ho was taken sud P. M.er. After thurch Sunday moriiuiir liml ueremid. Jones Anderson. .Ins. (irubbs. Geo. ,. hl. i,.. loimnll erHarcl running things, when ed to their home at Lancaster denly and dangerously 111 at Wllmore. tlx jurisdictions wl 1 ue represented. R. aded Hip congroLmtlru while It slept. " 1'bronce. lee Manning. Jeff Hur v It". C very b'e r,.m-m-i ,it, tmo C()lm, t nmKl. u,. ix now niter a pleasant visit with her pnrent was brought Homo Friday night by her Kentucky, tunitshes threo delegates, vv n- Tar-'lff- . .1. Green Prof J. Kit Smith aavs rn.-Plnln. t'e iiinwtton. v ere cpoui'ded his wfe senile ri orRanlMtlon and elect a new commit-t- Mr. and Airs J. II, Iinler Thoj nurse, Mr-- . Snlilo IJ. Wtltlock. who Air. Elkin, Hon.W. A. Glnn or Mr. Hrpner by I)r Green, and then bed the floor he en hardly touch the '"hn Kennedy. K I). .Noakes. II. H. ,0p and Dr. George U. Spencer of ot course, this will be taken were accompanied by .Miss Jeannlo hud gone from ths p ace to be with I ogsn. G W. C.entrv, G. At. Pavvlson, , Jnon the venerable Pr. 1'oimer "n.'e the col lm. tiiat they ul,. going alter the Lanier who will spend some time with her. Airs. Underwood is yet very weak Carlisle. These delegates leave for plen to P .lame Mnck, Will Cordler, Thos Hell scnln of County Chul.-;iinMIsh Conlelln Hellwnnuer Iimu re. R. !.. Unvl them ndletine iryer. Cleveland July 15. out is expected to recover. f the Most lllah, on bba f or his vminrr turned to llogwnllow after nil nhsence' 'r!l Gnech II. L. D.wlson, Jonn Illain. Fun and as "Doc" Is no ginuch At tho National Encampment of the Misses Keys Oatts left nephew. Just entering tie ministry of If two yoors. She covers up ber ncn (U'o. Armstrong, scrap, tho Saturday for n and tfvn their sister Uniform Rnnk, to- be held In conjuncwhen It comes tn a vfsit to tho Master. bringing tctrs to many so looks no elder, than she! And thnt snld delegates vote as n iuestIon Is 'till unanswered as tho 1. Mrs. D. Fj Ilnnkln, nt Alarcellus. ahe tion with tho Supreme Tent Review did ten von r ago. unit upon all questions coming beroro J., goes to press, whether It will be every State and territory In North Air. Chas. Rankin, of Louisville Is itev. Ilonmir tin-- nccepted the cnH The rain that fell hero Thursdav said convention, and In the race for e.isy sailing ns sonic, ny, to put the the guest ol his parents Air. nnd Mm. Cured by the Marvel of the Century America wl be represented. to the llunisliio and Pl'cah churviio tightened up tlio spokes In tho bug-- the nomination for governor, they are big steam-rJuly 20 will probably bo tlie biggest ler engineer In the "hm r. AI Rankin, nt Rankin. Montlcol o B. B. B. Tested for 30 Years. in Puhukl county, beloro. ndlourn ,pv of Yam Sims, nnd be snys be can u tructed to vole for Hon. K. T. been' clusd. car.d1 rates du. On that dnte Outlook. unves out uiooa poison in any will bo Initiated at Cue Keltr Hippo-diom- o mniit of lh.. PreBbvtery n commission now drlvo over to the moonshine rtHl Franks, as first choice, and Hon. V. long ns stage, permanently without deadly vns appointed to Inst'ill Mm In these house without evervbedy hearing hint ill- Cox as second choice ,so by tho llumboH Tont Degree MRS. STAPLETON DEAD. churches rs regular pastor evening j In Tic Dcmitv Cenxtblo arrested SI ojlhelr riatuna ore buforo the convention John B. Carpenter 72 mercury, with pure botanical Ingre- Team of Chicago. Mrs. Isaac Stnpleton, aged 'KUdrcw nwr Tlekvll.o Filday on n Wo art. confident that either of these vears, died nt her borne near Crab dients. To prove it we will send you a thero will be u grand Illuminated paO.. the Jury returned charge of having stolen n Unite of men can lend the republican party At Coumbln. SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE rade of nl tr Alntca'ioei. In which Orchard, Thursday last of old age. Do a wldowoman on Gander to ' trlumphnnt lctory In November PAS5C! AWAY AT CRAB ORCHARD ceiwcd was 11 good kind Christian 11 you nave ulcers, eating gores, 40,000 Knights and ladles will be In n verdict of guilty ngnlnst Sergeant- - boss AFTER SHORT ILLNESS. III Jail and they aro further Instructed to humors, swellings mucus Hue. A special Alacuibee train will n arms Dle-- lo woman bavins er,,,,f- "oforo Hlle has been by ah. She Is sur- Itching, lews he talked with tho Jailer vote lor Jtidgo L. W. Ilethtirnm for sons patches, bono pains, offensive pimples, b run from Cincinnati 011 July 20 vived by nbotted tho ulleged blnto.,,,,,, fonml tloy werp dlstantlv kin to Auditor of Pubic Accounts, nnU at to John H. Carpenter, one of tho best nnd ono her busband and three Airs, or eruptions, tako B. B. B. (Botanic aud Kentucky vi iters aro supposed grown unowu or the eblejlv men cf tho conn, Htapleton. daughter, all Senator L. It. Andrews, 'each other. To keep all nicitiMies all cither races will go unjintmcted. symptoms heal to Join those from Cincinnati, waH a momber of tho Kpbe-tm- s Blood Balm). All I'pon the adoption of the resolu-tlon- tv, died nt big homo in Crab OrchA bomb was thrown during the from the fninl y nnmo tho Jailer nllow Air. Elkin will delher tho address I la litis', church rinco early lfe. quickly. Ulood Is made puro and rich, s of Dr. Daviscm sicurcd tho llnor ard Saturday, after n Bhort I'lno Uucbnrlt procession In Mndrld nnd cd Slip his liberty, '.nil promised to pasomplctely changing tlie entire body ut the annual picnic or the Maccabees Mr Carpenter Her funeral was preached by her and dolhered a rlnirli g denunclntlon btrnni'iitnted rrnin. of .Mercer county. Roya Tent, Satur-daabout nlxty person wnro Ipji.red In keep tho affair hushed up. wag "3 years of ago and hnd never tor, Rev. K. D. Noako- - on Frldny to n Into a clean, healthy condltlou, heal Vnm Smu has developed Into one ot those who hnd lert the convention, tho panic which folio- - ed. always favored married. He was born and ro.ired in largo crowd of sorrowing irlends nnd ug every sore and stopping all aches, Itnlns In Texas nnd Oklahoma caus- o! tho sbiuwdest cltltcns ot the com- Ho declnred that lo pains and Itching curing tno worst when the Stanford, and lived In Lincoln county relatives. n the party put CINCINNATI MARKEIS ed 11 decided H'vmp in the cotton mar-ne- munity, nnd stands n good chance of case of blooa poison. Druggists or being constable If ho con- fight wim brought to him he never most of his life, hnvlng been la busl. Cincinnati. O. July - Cattle ReTO THE PU3LICI i bomo day by express. SI I'Elt LARGK UOTTLK He dec n red thnt the re- ness hero for it number of years. John develop. Sunday he got on dodged It market quiet, with A lsctlonal row over the selection tinues to 2H bby with directions for borne cure. SAM ceiptsdry-fe- bead: otner grades weak steady ol n Republican Statu; cbnlrman for his mulo and started over to tho Ho; publican party had principles to stand Carpenter wag know and dl'liked Having lost our dwelling nnd con- pie sent free by writing Blood Balm good position, everyone, for bis klucly U10 surfuc0 at the Ford Btlll house, but by wearing his for without flying to th,. prohibitionsteers J3.7Gt'6.25; helpers 2.io rr Alnbinin bolted to Atr. tents by lire, we take tbls method Company, Atlanta, On. Describe your fi; cows Whit,. Home and baa put President Nit bind part before It nr;ared to ists as It seemed somo of them would chnrlty of heart and geniality si 50t4.65; caivves meany recommending the Homo' Insurance (rouble and free medical advice given, Is survived bv big brother, of man were favoring pts it 1.500 he raft in the predlcamiit of choosing tlie public that Dog waH going ln the buvc hnddo, who going about thea stnto Carpenter Carpenter nnd many other Company of N. Y., represented by Sold by Shugars & Tanner, Stnufcrd at H03.25. Dr J. 0. been who Hill cliurcb. head, market active to 15c higher; between Postmaster Hltcl.cock and direction of the Iriendg wl I Jpsi0 D. Wearcn the Insurance raaan advocating thlnes which did not relatives, who with timi.y packer! and butcbels. J'.35ti .!5. Secretary HIIUm as political udvlser John C Wood, of Alt. Sterling, an btugs iKQhXo; ptg and lights J 1.501 Tho House Committee on Expendi- sound like republican doctrine to him-H- o mourn his passing n.ay. Alter Liv- g Stanford, Ky,. for their prompt and to th Administration, grave by Itev. J. 0. of same. Signed newspaper man, postmaster under G.93; sows i4.TGifr6.20. literal settlement nt tho old said that those who bad left bud Steep. ReJ. n. Rolchman, former president 01 tures developed the fact that Senator J. N, President Harrison, and an his ceipts 2,0 ly head; market steady at tho Carnegie Trust Company waa seen 'J MvC'roary, of Kentucky, had received Haunted the whlto (lag of prohibition ingston, rest mortal reiunms woro laid AIenefe, Admr., J. C. COI.80N, J. Col- - ot estate of Pol y In llutfalo Springs cemeCommgslon of Ken-co- 1 1 7fft 3.00. Spring laui'jg steady at convention, nnd to final on tho f 110 pay for his serviced in the face of the the Railroad tenced to four rears stul tucky,, is dead. (decewed.) while he admired a man who did not tery Monday afternoon. uatlonal Arbitration Commission. X3U7G0. In the penitentiary. AUTO TlftE EXPLODED FULL IN Hia FACE. $300 BOND HU0H'J3 DIES AT Injecting th0 prohibition question AND HI3 low-- 1 !My v'-it- Hf . ,. j matt1!). 1ila i. wn n-- . Into it. Hn nseertotd further that the men who lind Ictt hnd endeavored to Inject tho race rpictlc-- into the convention, because they saw themselves outnumbered. Dr. Dnvlson declared that tliiwo In the convention had ronctit with him hi previous fights and h with them and ha wan Rind tc flahlMiiR with thrm nan In bp Umn for th iirlncliilea of ihe remibllcan IMMEDIATELY . vk. ' a - .. nr 0Mr. trtr. - 1 lv n r-- ,.'"';,!:.:, "',;., "... ....,.' m,uiml"l .Mir dob-Kate- Soc-kllll- -d 1 ' far-jv- .i-.,,- ..... i.i"" bir. reilr ,v, ,, ,.,..i ,,.,i........,......,, ,i,.,. .. eI .iai.Al 1 ' !4n-'coi- n Jlr. te - PAr l20,1r "1 1 " n - ' wlim-mi-wi- 1 ...... - ',. i. i bstf" .j.. - 1 111 do-.r- 1 n-- .. f 'i'mtaS . old-han- d ZVnU -.- ... Z" a ".7 l- ' m ad lsll ',.. 1 , de-lar- i '. c TlASW M1 Tu,--ctl- fl, I -- s hr 1 I'os.-iiaste- Jr. 1 ''"" l""'r"'t .,'" ,., ,,! '.,' T.i Senices - -'- L '"ltft nr. ''"' ' e rr iv efi 1r "......... 1 j 't Ilow-tlii.-e- a eiti(r tw-tlt- jfv 111 y - Crn n ,,,.i ,t 'e 1 1 1 j. Slmi-Sooair- w-- r11ir !. "" -' g - ; "r -- p. i.n y - o Asm-lan- 11 ""-"r- ful n him-fcol- - Blood Poison , 1 - fnJ mi,.""' t, well-like- y, 8- d iltln--Recei- scr-vlco- . one-hal- Inter-mont- n 1 i r '! W!pij"Hppqw IMMMBilMMMKtoMMfliiBflM .i. ,... mllijn. r n Boys Wash Down With The IiVierior Ettabllthed (HELTON M. Journal. 1872 THIS Suits Suits We have a few Wash years for boys irom three to six of age, which we are closing out at PRICES! Commencing SATURDAY, 6AUFLEY,... Publisher Intense Hot Weather, Cnlls For Comfortable Clothes. II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Entered nt tho )stotflco nt as tccond clns mail. DEMOCRATIC Stan-ur- d IICKET. JULY 1st For (lovernor Jnmes II. McCrcnry Kor Lieut. governor K, J. McDermotl Ior Treasurer Tmoh. 9. Uhen. For Soeretnty of State C. V. Crooo- Hue. Bargain Prices ORCHARD KENTUCKY. Perkins, CRAB W. E. Hot Weather Goods Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Screen Doors Screen Wire Screen Windows, Fly Traps, Fly Paper, Fly Killers Cylinder Oil Also Harvesting Oil, Gas Engine Oil, Polarine Oil for Autos, Filtered Gasoline, Etc. - I'or Attorney (lonernlJaiiien Harnett lor State Superintendent nt Schools Ko- Ending - Comnil'slonor Ag!culturo Xflwman. Clerk Court of KlMlr. Ibirksdnle Humlclt. J. 11. V Po. Saturday, July 15th Our Clearance Sale - Greene 'or ltntrowl Commissioner ui'l'nls A. I.. V W. iKrWPf fflM EK lilll fell I,. tfMmr-'fi tSjI-v- i T-- for Clreult din. FOR William Judge Charles Ilnr Sem-Annu- al his tor Representative from county, subject to tho action Lincoln ot the Democratic party. 11. REPRESENTATIVE Shnnka announce candidal) For 1 S Days Only See Our Wonderful Bar gains J' to f , ,, rtfJfBbij Hut the doughty Doctor had not attJ correctly rend tho political horoscope of hint whom he opposed, for before the vaunting chnllcngc of Macbeth BOY'S KNEE PANTS CLOTHING! mid quit his lips In Blouse effect Wn have the largest stock of clothlireat Ulrnam wood to high Dunal- 51.18 ing In town, hand tailored, and jiure IL.'IO knee pants must go at nano bill go nt IN M K KY .IdltK, HIT ( N AT OUHS Ol" CANT ilM) rill-fl."r must 34c HAD wool. come against him." SI must go at 7Hc One hundred and nineteen counties UIA'K Sl.Kt.K. AM) MOI1 VIP. bl ITS AltH THU COOKHST AM) UllHiT. SUITS1 o0 must bo nt 39c MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S swept the 2 mun go at 19c had spoken, O'Konr had $'6-92S and ?S0 suits at chairman SHST TIIINw I'O I.I. (.lTTI N VVK IAN M UNIslI TIIKM AT $10 $15, mate, anu tli(. $14.98 HL'O and 1'2..10 BtiitB at u .now tiiksi: ia.nnct m. kqiai.icd hie dinky cohorts had got It $ i ;.:.(, and $jJt th. and HATS, ALL KIND OF STRAW 511-9$18 suits at WHEAT SACKS TO HANDLE whoro the chicken got the ax. W-WE HAVE OUR USUAL SUPPLY Of nKI.IKVK IN THIa SKCTION IOMI. AM) S. K Tlll-$12.50 and $15 svlts at $: and $3.50 hats at $2.29 KtAUY HAVE A THRESHER 56.58 $2.50 bats at $1 78 ?1" Suits at THE PRESENT CROP WHEN YOU Kentucky needs good roads and YOU NEED We hav0 about 300 suits. In special $2 hats nt NEED, SHOULD $1.39 SEND IN AND GET WHAT SACKS YUU lould have them: but the neit you elsewhere $1.50 hnti nt s'zew, that w"l WHEAT rrom SEED awembh eh mi HI look norrowly into New goods. Our Jl hats at $10 to $1S. SCKS FOR HANDLING OATS, BAHLEY. RYE AND ioplthe.. systems which may be propoeed. .o0 hats at WILL FURNISH YOU tale price -- li WE Ill .... .I...t.. 1. AND WISH TO STORE SAME YOURSELF JII UU lIUV lT" u.... fw.i H nam. II II. 'Ill a VII19 ..'b bats at t it Inspection that the mo t prominent KNICKERBOCKERS 30Y' SUITS WITH NEW SACKS AT EIHGT CENTS EACH. to the waked ete natures JOHN B. STETSON HATS SACKS, AND THIS SEA IlLViO suits at WE HAVE QUITE A LOSS EACH YEAR ON lll be an wierour ta iiimI niutier 56 38 $1 aim $S hats at $10 Buits at $2.98 HAY IN high sn aried officials; and that OLD STOCK 1"8 SON OUR SACKS ARE ALL NEW .(LOST IS suits at Felt hats In all shades of the stan- oi chief aHiuiix th.M?. who champion TO J7.R0 suits nt M.98. dard in.ilie IT WILL BE MORE SATISFACTORY HOUSE FIRE) WE THINK these measure, are eerte'n fellow, 4.4P i.I and r. "i0 hats nt $6.C0 suits $2.29 who expect to fill office, as a HAVE YOU BUY WHAT $5 suits at at $2.a0 hnts at YOU AND WE KNOW IT WILL BE TO US TO $1.88 reward for their many sacrifices nf : $4 suits at $2 ntts nt $1.39 tint,, ta!or In putting the SACKS YOU NEED FOR STORING GRAIN. $1.50 lint i at $3.50 suit at 98c SEVERAL CARS OF BLOCK COAL FOR THRESHING at ?1 hats at WE HAVE suits 79c fi Wo have about 100 boys' suits, TURPOSES AND WANT TO SUPPLY YOU. straight pants that sold from $2.50 to It Is reported thnt Kuby lJtffo ri , CAP9. 50c nml "5c cm at S6. Wo will run these out now 39c '" l nl" rMCe 'r Auditor in me report 51-at . locnndSJccnpsat... 19c Congrlonl District by the . 1! down thero that he had promised to' Of ODD PANTS. 'ors Flre Marsbnl MEN'S AND BOY'S STRAW HATS ",a,no Jlolt STANFORD, KENTUCKY. outing AT 8 CENTS, 12 CENTS AND IS 'course that was eWMillh to defeat Worsted, black, f'annel, lost man In the pmits, green plaids, brown and serge, CENTS. town N ew s. spring stjles at prices you never heard A report that Ulloon would a' , i ALL KINDS OF NECKWEAR ol before. 55.28 Worth 50c and $1 now S7.C0 pants at 39c, appoint Henry I'rewltt Insurance Worth 50c and K5c now 19- -' tnfeisloner cost him many votex ,n $0 and $0.50 pants at $3.58 tbls county. J j and $5 50 pants at Winn Kdltor Perry, of the Wlnchc-- t r r.i ovpo $4 anil 4 50 pants nt l v. r jihvv.i l.m h i $2.68 $l.r0 gloves nt jg'Sun-Sontlne- l "The preaches ::.Fi0 mints at x:t nnri TmL a tin !u .ne (fV'l t'i $3 and $V.50 pants nt and $1 glove at ... ."..'.'.'... 79c ,ho"l,l ,nk, - . .ire aim ti k'otcs at '39c B to church." Seems to us that (' I.i'm, the mxt iinportant ist't si. iuio ..". Ail Aiuua ui I ,im til.iicd in the tli it the preacher did take a real, iiioh" $l.fcs. uoii i overiooi; meui. a hot of us would be heading toward haniN of a thoroughly reliable and competent ter place than church. p!i.trm.ii. tit ao it will bo comtHniudeil eUvtly nt BELTS i MEN'S UNION SUITS. VVc have giiined an enviable reput.itiun limited e3c worm aoc, ,oc and $1 now 39c $1 50 quality now RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF SILK 79c l'6c belts nt OLLIE JAMES SENATOR. f..r alwn lieinR very careful ami p.iiul.ikinir in 19c $1 nuullty now MARQUISETTE AND SHOES! SHOESl! SHOES!!! nurcompoundinr and (wl that, In nil justue t'V'ur RIBBONS VESTS. llrvan'M Comwuner I COME IN AND TAKE A own K'l health, you should briniryour next pre- WAISTS. A lot that Is worth actual value. j to niqh mm low cuts absolutely the i'viihit 'nn uiinnra.B m TniiHiiirConaro'-- , LUOK. $4, go now nt httt Here, too, you will find lompK'te .m i host of makos ALL I.KATIIKK .i.p BonutorlBl rac left a J1''. .Sumo worm ; to ?( diipUy of toilet article, rubber K"1, SHOES WORTH $4 and $5 cale prlcc man Ollio Jnmos victor without n con l)trfuiuei, toilet preparation anil all siandurd re me lie, $3.29 eat. The f'ominoiier crnratulites SHIRTS shoc8 "t $2.98 Jaintw. For interior decorating wo carry and recommend ne He tlesurre the plar.. For Work Dross and Every 'iV-?: slioes at $2.34. hag brainn, conscletic ALA'UASTINE. the beautiful wall coating Call and cluru;. i'2 hirts now J25 sn,,", at . ue can not bo fooled; h. ean n- -t and see sample ol tint aud ak us ulxiut it $1.50 shirts now ' 5,-U Sl"00, at W bribed aiid he cannot he frihten8tc $1 shirts now LADIES- - SHOhS 9 lt-hind of man need , ed. Uk is Juat the v arm oxrordt in vuc suiris nu elvet. patent flnliih ,.i tn tho snat to ootma tbe PENNY'S DRUG STORE inotnl ami Mil. ot the undemocratic democheme T;.r,rrr,'...irAr, OP ALL KINDS " j:.S0 oxfords at "NDWEAR Suinford, Kentucky who have been robblnn the par 39 ,.( oxfordf. at 'Oeand ,5c Rarmonts ,o at $2.34 ,v , Ug u,amv t the senate. Jam- .19c ruw oxlords at J5c garments go at KY. i.vis cm. Into nathmal CRAB ORCHARD, rmlnet,oe Biv,hi ',,M and ha rwn evor rtuca The ileum .at at o'oriis jutflr of the iwtlofl cm arfr.i ', NIGHT SHIRTS FOR MEN eeUthmie for to tun un the fl 39c Worth 50c and $1 now ,v"i" "" wra kavor:il days when Jamee atrengtii ?t'!rn,;n? ru" W.BB full brand alipneru at $2.68,,,. i.i. .- -, '. J ellppers at $e.W iS.50 slippers nt S1.BS' WE'RE FOR HIM SOX tk,ys s""p,r3 from .$1.48 to !$2.4B, $1.19 We lead! that eilltor (Ireen. ("lav ?1.50 silk socta, at 7 Miilop Uvnrri lit Wn lr.t tt Ik- - I 38e roc Bilk soohs at OXFRDS h raator mio tl-- pirtltlcal rib IVc :'Gc ilalo f ockg at sotoe, canvas tip- - ..... hi. and -r.,r ..., iv .t . .ai,i.i. 11c lfic Halo socle at 39c torney In (iarrard at the next election t.Bc per, 78c qua Ity at 10c lltle socJs nt an able lawyer i Mr. Walker who 4c Sc lisle soc&s'at I ' aft clvJ 5 In hl eouuty and anyone Stl,a -t W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. had withdrawn contention on Saturday, tho chairman of the Iteputi when the Ilcan County Committee, scheduled program hud been accomplished, by n wave of the linnd, dela-ec- l tb0 adjournment until hu roleted himself by the Hdmlnlstrntlou or an orutorlnl cnstlirntlon ol thoee who linil iiuletly vamoosed tho meeting. In the heat of his eloquence, ho employed tht. ,'lnsslc phrase "l.n on, Macdulf; , And damned bt. he that lira Irom the Alter the l.ll.v uNtei nogro-imrke- WB if? WIM ml iB Bv ml ml it ifUl J I lwH Sri crle.-Hold- m PH ilk fm enough." HKK siir Mr. Farmer. t Tt $1-1- 9 IlllllIIHIIlEIHRBHilBS&SHIIEI $s-4- 8 I 1 H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. dtH,-rrobl- J7-2- 8 Vl-6- the 52-6- J. H. Baughman & Co. Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be ,r--- Stato-Kllrnb- e'h- fjUST L. ' Compounded ti-- $1-8- ". "J w- L7h5 sa. 1 I on rip-tm- n ! ';, ' p $1-9- L SANDERS, .M ;!. - I i I?.?.. '" . al e TEN PEE DENT. OFF ft. For the next 15 days we offer our lawns, Summer Silks, Oxfords etc. at r iwwJm We Want i- ;,iT IndlQi no ..9c 10 Per Cent Off The Regular Price. IS and 17 $5.48 per yard now ', suit onstM nt $4.98 1 yd pleached cotton, now ,.9c Ho Is suit oasea at Lewis $3.78 $5 suit cases at $4 suit onso at $2.t8 AMERICAN AND1 SIMPSON BRAND gor. U4c CALICOES $1.16 and $1.60 suit cases at I Tho Jury In tho Supromo f'ourt nnd G 2e per yard Cost Trunk of All Kinds at nlHce,j lio.uOO tio value of nliorWHAT AIIOUT THAT! iu the eHKO Ol J. t ueiiow. o' $7.50 J'J.BO 1 Sc , SUIT CASES ' ,,,,',. Ha iu nnd in LAVNS j n hav.to co aom.. n it. ojUn.i hav.ufwil l uAmnpnit overy way fitted for tho place I a hrotaer of Circuit JudKej L. Walker unnviie .MOiien ,, i "x Produce ' vn v- - jrtM This is Strictly Proposition A i Spot Cash UMBRELLAS From 39c to $1.98 ALL. KINDS OF l'AHASOLS LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR $1.50, now.-- that sold lor 79e Sat I'aeltlc rnllroad 8hreeport Vi 8 urday. The hog wae "ITomler Lon?- f,,lo', Itlwil," a pedigreeon(lorkor, EMBROIDERIES which killed In a railroad accident, 'iOo nunlity :'5c, 23c quality at 12 Kc t aceu u. tno vnmntion in IGc quality at 10c ,ai)ono TL'o animal wns ! feet long PRICES YOU WOULD NOT DREAM 8 feet high und weighed over 1,000 c DRESS GINGHAMS1 and lfic. now vlllo. Tetm.. ngHln.t tho Vieltuhiirg & lt in-- OF pound j. DON'T BU TOO with tho ci'tiu nt. Line, tti nil from us, Hoiiiiinler t uit mi n r h "1 Ing nitteriils are nmci: st "iv that tho ordinary and vrm cm t.Mv-ituso lefs than ordiniirv qxanti If you like we'll tell ton Junt hew to mix them jo get the beet tesu Is at the least cost. Come in and ask us. -. atri.t t AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRE6SED POULTRY, EttGS. ICL, COAL. WOOL, HluES, FURS. bALT, LIME, GINSENG, FEATHERS ETC. H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. Spring Suitings My now spring aud summer samples nro now ready for your Inspection. Thoy comprise tho best on tho market I can suit anyone ns to prlcu who had his clothes mad0 U order. A suit made to jour measmo Is preferable to ready made clothes. To have them r HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Sam Robinson, Stanford, Ky. itliiaiajaeaaw i iiaign M- a. v Stanford, , Ky. tmutmmsBsmm ii Waareln poltloatodoall klndi of uob an lllook Work. 1'aTviunntl and. In fact, we can make auy tiling froiua houm down to a foiee pot. Wo can irirt made tn mcasuro doesn't coat any Kunmntra nrt-claAnv kind of work in concroting, jroa promptly and Call our nud foundations, cisterns, inildlngs of any work and material. matorlal gotleant urlri inoro than rondy made when quality you buy your helore at and fit Is considered. Com0 In and kind, done promptly and woll. (' I let me take your rnoasuro. Ky (luitrnn. Anderson, Uedgeville. lecd for five years. BLuiforil, Ky. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. country. n Official estlmaateg of tho 1911 corn crop lndicato that It will bo approximately 14,425,000 bales or GOO pounds each, the largest in the history of tho J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. CONCRETING PHILLIPS BROS., ' ..x. iii'iiiilmiiiiiliBliini fJL'.jAhjti... 'J... .J'"' .liU.M. '"TmimmmmtmwHW&t"mmmm' I.1."1 " (dLJRa-'- c T"i .v'jrrf ''; !1 T. 7TTT. f !. r Ht iV 4 iMr BIG DAY IN CRAB ORCHARD! has been consigned to us to be sold. s i It 35 ADDITION MINERAL PARK -:- GRAND r- - -This valuable property, CHOICE AUCTION RESIDENCE 35 the Depot adjoining the famous Salt Sulphur Spring, between LOTS SALE! -:- Hl and tne town, has Jbe .1 Don't fail to see PENNY BROS., the Twin Auctioneers, sell lots at the TERMS EASY. given aw ay. PERSONAL and SOCIAL Tate ami hand ome (till drnn nr at crib Orhrani .irin Mtea Slnttle Hacra mnl niwu were In Cmb Orchanl Satunlay Mm. Marte Fletcher In with relatival nt RedNmse. Mr. SatH Harrta In .pndlnr n few ilflji at ''ruli OrrJiard Xprlmta Dr. W. I Carman nl Palm I .Irk. tlw guest lHt veek of Mr. J. Mrs. I.miI II. iClHimlnl. .Mr. II. C. Roltom. of Junction Cllv. In with .Mrs. H. I) Carter for a few liny Mr. Arthur Hill and MIm Lena Palmer, war with Panllle trlrnda i .1. ,V. 1'owle, of New or van, la Hint; (he liouielolka. Ml I'nihin Wm Myers and nmmott MrCor-n.nck- , ii K (' Catiifd. the Insurance man, of Huntiititille, were in town 01 IjiiKnstcr was here Jlonilay fteduecuiay - tSoroer e Journal. I X Samidera uixl attrnrtlvn Mr Mr MI Kionl'ra, of Ijinlavllle, a. daughter Knphlu, nnd Mln )oiin Kate anil little Alcorn wer mte- - ta ltht. gueat ot .Mr. II J. .writ and fa mi at t rah Orr7ift.nl ?iiV1nH luat week. MIxKra Jennie and Nell Warren . J. Cninpjiidl, of HwaUHtvlllo, wni Saturday night friiin a very Mr. Campbell In the city Wodnawda). dellKhlful Malt with Mra. Annie of 1MilavHlu jreiently boiint tuvoral lota at Una-hihI will have Iwueaa oreeted Mlnaeti Kate Metini and MnrKiierlte trnill future. dottier-- I ilouier hae ttime to Chantauiiiia, Inn them In tho ret Juiirnn . to apetid Mireral weka. Nawork VI r V J Ihiilor, of Tntwlu, Mlaa.. A II. C IMnwItlflH of JhiicUchi, Ullr nnd handaonin little hoiib, are hpre wua In town Mondny. Mr . W. .1 KilMlaton, of Crab ft ft lolt to her imnuitH, Mr nnd m Mra I".. T. IVnce. lire upending a low iIh MIfh .!(( phlnc Ileniiey, after a ("rali Orcmird with Mre. Halloo a moth lalt to her RmmlimrentR, Itev. mul ir. Mra. M. K. Pleh. Mri, (Jrinntend, will leino todav for Mra W S Wlt'iota rtttiirnwl Monher hiiinu In Stnnlord London Sntl-ne- t day from a, Lrlt H" ThinvltlH raln-ttu- . Absolutely Regardless of Price 1 LOT rate of 1 minute. t AMERICAN REALTY & AUCTION CO., Ml and a bag of GOLD and SILVER will FINE CONCERT BAND. t Lexington, KY8 4' i Mile PiiKtle U iult Olive KkIiih la with slk. i ), 1 j of lmlnvlllo. . find Mlko Penny attended the dance In I.olwoon Thursday evening Mrs. William IVaiiRhman linn as lnr Riuit tbl week Mm. T A IumtN, Mt.'VM Mrt'arty. Spalding lllll Frtinds ol Mi. J C Hays will b- gkvl to loom tbe.1 III neallh U steadiUp ami .Mra Have exly Improving Hin otni iirl!iK pert to lttnw in with her MNb Katie WlentJ of atatex .Mlaa Theresa vVlentJe lt Mra. V S. Wlllla nn Mnater. I'atil, Willis, of IltiHtonvlllo, are lnltliR Mr. U V. Wlllla nnd other relathea here eti route ti. I.oulnil o. tiholbyUHtt Vew. Mr. nnd Mra ,e r ' Mnnley lluey. wto iH'en Milting liln parent, let formed tanalit In (iMircl Vtedtieaday for a vfMt to rrlvnila in kImhM. The Hot term and thi latn.r in Motttana. l.ex'naton before returning to their Tlmy m tho fftioat- - of Mra II I). koaie In Corinth. Somerset Time. Mr and Mra J K. Ware, of Oarter. Mra. JiMlah IlUluip, of Hualon-illlii- , Mr. (Icom Kly. on of our cap Mr C C. Diittnn. ot l.xliiKtin. kt oiwranir i attending a part of her xacatkn- - nt Crab Orch-- mid K M Ware, of MuKlnney, attended the funeral of tln.r father. II. t! aril SttrlncK. Imi Perry went to KlrhwtHl War, Saturday Soiticrit 'rime I. I. SaaderM the merchaut prince tRtanay to vlait hi uncle Mr llreetk of Crab Orchard, wi, hre to attend lK. Sltat Mattle McChiry returned Thura the renubllean county rouieattmi to warm adherent o: la from a moit datlahUu. rl.lt In Judge O'ltear. kur rtrtor Mm. W A. .Mra Vaer W It rwom-boret-f Vr. .mil Mm. K. I. Owily. of Co . a the popular Mkw IHoUn Me iirahua. On , aro the Ht of the Clary, fimnrlv of Mantord. l.ttter'v alater, Mra. K. 8 tiitam Annie McKlnnojr am) alh Lebanon Kiilonn. MIh. M S Hanghman waa In bed lnt MUh CrralK utttmilml lh Chautauqua week with a rerer attack of tnnalll-tla- . at I.itoaaofi Piidny. naa returned MIm Uaaie I lurch lrof. W O. Hopper went oer t itmm llotin wtHfr m took tweaM coarja itarut tn pmn Mt Hterllng to ot In the Detnoeratlc prlmanr and r turned taut week )oir. C. n C'ulton who - aUciMdtriK th and Rita MImm Nlaain Wllliama ('. Wh an4 Frank law whoul of the Slate Cnlreraitv at vHh J Mr (' llnH4 wmh la Crab Orchard l.exltiaton, camo ttown to the repubil-'MC Vernon Signal tftriNg thf coiiat ciwvemlon Satutrdav with M. Al Molma and Mlaa B le bin flter. T J CutUM. ol Crab OrchMatoM are hrc from Crab Orchard ard YiMing Mr Cultou itraduntea Um of Mr. W M rnynter-M- t. next year and la aald to have brilliant praapecU bafOTp him In hl rhnaen Vtmm Stanal. of PalH., Txaa, profea Ion. Mm. M K. haa been li the guast or Mr. aad Mra. U. C. Cecil llrowii, of Ijiii.-aate-r rtVMtoy. the k"uat ol hia eouefna, ltuafelt and i Mtpiilur aruntat. of ( . larla th Hrown for several ilaya. C Mra. J. II. IliiaU.--. and luglit- -t Mt. Ymwmm waa hre late nat LI lc contract with have been gutita of the former's t his akottt Ic Co tlMi frUilcrl Watr, I.lsht Mr and Mr Thn'nas lliwd vwnlar-i- la I'ulaikl count'. Mra. Head haa been I'ruf. J. W. Ireland ery ill yfrnm I'iacvllle. Harlan, and Cowan of Spokane, Mra Ceryi wberr Ihi attHdat Ui Waar., arrived Sat unlay to lw tho tflnchor'ii liiBtltuto. Mlaaa Hiucl and Mitudo Slime nrn fiieKt of her Mtrenta Mr. anil Mra. J. tho RiiatM of Mlaa Jew?' SiHomainore s' Metiefee. Sr Mra Cowan before l' r uuiriK iKt hiik MlhH I.iirllo Mene-icnl Hithble, UiU week J S Illce. Ihik r"tiini'U Mr I II. m Mi md Mifrom an cxtcuUpd Mdt Hh her inoth-o- r i'C ol Hl.ll Mr .it'll Mil. r A M li (Jnrnett nt '.t e t'it i Mid Mr ire Vcnro nt .ei it thilr cnunm pi " iibkor) Ky.. and lter Mrs (1 A Hill Pnrm Portland. Tenn and Mra IJan-till- Mlma Alice and Roe Acorn. are Mr in SrHHrd. limine returned tnmi luve I'rnlaj'n Mahan, of are nt the Sfwltmrh this week Courler-.lniimn- I). II l lnn-Mlle- . tliihoe i Matr Sat-urd- a dy Var if l1aU n wk. rMt rra. par-part- n rturl n e - 'ir I -- M&jMf& -- f " pLIjk: ZZ- -- WAY AOKNT, OR WillTK TO H. C. KING, OTA, Lexington, Ky. Headache, dlzlnoae, nlght-weat. R. COOK, IFA. Louisville. Ky. and allatomach diatreaa will ..tomacli when Mlo-iu- i tublets are J. C. BEAM, JR., A(5P. St. Loill Mo. .isi'il. Iirpe bdvAO celita. 15 I.. FlehU Suiter, who vaa held to the Penny gtiarantccj tlmm. arand Jurv under ?3('0 on the etiarBc oi Mlllns Muko. Heid both cokred, J. I). Stuunbergen, Holla, builds, wiih releaseu from Jal last week, the ind ndjusta acntea nl J SI Seo him for prices bond bavin? been furnished by Logan prlcoa. Chris before vott buy. Address Stanford. It Mut'arty, Knibry. Gentry, Geor?e nnd Joe Hwt haa been F. D. No. 1. MlhR Ainnndn Cormii the gueat ol Judgo Doutiin nnd ftitnil) dispatch lrom Franktort July 6 5 Trlmo pipe wrenches. In KnmiirBnl Lfwt. passed fcftiu "Uov. Wi Ison arto Kads' tin ghop. Somcrict llnnlly on th0 Shay Penman petition of I.obanon lr. Carl fhil .Monday to giund n Strent. rived In SJnnfonl lor commutlon of sentence to life imI..VL llata prisonment, and refuted to interfere. .Mr. Walter MeKlnney. of Huston- Is a Lincoln county Penman Fire Insurance regro, Is who. death sentence tor Tho Kldulity-PIionitew aaya tnr MeK. lllo wna hero under Mm. M. II Salln of Mt. Vernon. Comimtiy Ihih plneed thuir lrm r.ipo." has b"eti the guent of her brotlior 1lh W. J. Campbell, ot .Mr J. . HiKciHienu aim ratiuiy Al person,, havlm; c'a'.ms against Tills nddltlon with the Mr. C. 11. Moner from llly. If am HuUimvllle. SlcCormlck, the estate ot Martin extra operator at the etatlon ero now tlroiiK cfliiiNiiilos lomprlslng tits ag- deceased will present them properly ency puu It In tho front ranks In loss erlticd as rcqulrtd by lnw, to mo nl .Mr n l iiariiey was in 07-the flrat ot the weok. once. K. S. Alcorn, nttorney for paying power. Mr. and Mrs. Jnmea Mcltce nnd McCoimlck, admlnUtratrix. 47 1 l.niillv have moved to Cincinnati to .Mrs. Pat SlcOnrvoy died at Iip home wake tholr future home 'ii the (Jieon'iHer settlon last week Mill Spring Miea Jean Ijinler. of V..S Hill, a youne negro bov, nnt .1 the gutwt of Mrs. Sam Ivntls. and wua buried In Sugar Loaf ceme- given JO days In Jal. py Judge Hallej j . on the charge of covertins to his own Mra. J. It Ntinuelley, have tery alter services by Hu. J. T. Mr and returned from a Kerens rfaya trip to She fe anrvlved by hur husbaiiil me Jl clon him by Kph .Mason to biiy wblFky with The Cincinnati and (leorgojown, Ohio. and oily child. U in Ijin- Mra. Mattle Nevlua ! that he was unnblo to ma! im nrrnnceinent for the whisk), caate' vlallltiK her mmi. Joe Nevlua Uoy SI. Arnold, tho crack but'gy on his Air Oeonre Mundy who "haa leen av back to return tre raon,y Danville wn hcio .Monday to .Mason when he was arrested. ory 111 wns alio to return last week maker of with one ot hla lino iiunploa uxhibll JudgL. Bailey said that he wan'ed to to III work In Cnrbin. Mr W. II lligglim. haa Iteen quite Ins to the court day crowd. Ho hns break up this practice, so sent the 111 at hla honv on ..treet. Hl sold many or tlioiu in Lincoln county negro up anyway. hopoa of nia and the, nil pUe complete satisfacfriend hnwovur, tion. tielBK out anin. For Sale On Lancaster street, S Mlaa Lot tie Omen la the guest of mom house and lot. Ilarn, chlcCon Hon. Fontaine Fox llobbltt came huuso and cool hotiso, etc. AH new. Mlaa Uaa Holtaclaw at her home the Interior down Mondny and at-- ed near Hntible C C Gooch. r l'rico right. he to auuouuci. Hint Mr. J. M Collier of Crab Orchard. Journal urkev waa the xuoet laat Saturday of Mlaa peuk en education nt the low n (tioolhouse next Friday after Marv Ilurdette. W. S. Fish represents only tne net Mla Hortha HableH and Mr. Arnold noon at bait past one o'clock. Hahlen have 'etumed to l.oulavllle and strongest insurance companies. . IXiMs and Miss Margaret Finley rlter a falt with their unc e nnd aunt Huffman, daughter of O. P. Iliiltitian, Let him keep yu protected. 34 tf Mr. and Mra J.'.I. Seever. - many friend ried at the hraio of the bride on Dan- Pro W. O. HopperSir. Davis Low nates to to know that he haa lieen ill., i Ike. lat Saturday will Indtspiiaed tcr smcral dajr at the camo from Paint Lick and htu been KENTUCKY. V U"I living here for somo time, clerking for LOUISVILLE, home of hla father Mi. tJeorite VIA. IKir on Kaat Miin Street ieir-;II Farrls. His brido is an Mtap Snllle Ilunlette who haa neen youiiK Rirl nnd they have the Sjuihorn Railway Account I. 0. O. F attending; tho Normal School at e Reunion nn,i Republican Suto lnht wishes ot many friends for has returneil home. Convention. happiness lion K. S. Alcorn, la In Mlddk'uoro bunlnesa JULY 11th. and lluevllle. on Men.-fee- , Mr. Jamen Menufei.. and Mrs Call on any ngent for full informa-. of Danville, ar with Mr. and Mrtion lesnrdlngj rates, dates of salo etc. N Menefee, and family, .1 J. C. BEAM. JR , Mlaa Martha Shelby who lm been bsi.iant General Passenger Agent, the attractive ttueat of Mr and Mra I SI. McHobertn at trelr homo on St. Louis Mo. Somerset atreet haa returned to Stud i City Catnrrli Cannot Be Cured "lhe Stanfonl frleila and aequtin-taiiow ihfy nnot rwrti llh LOCAL AITLICWIONW of Mr. Donald DIcK will be, ! to learn that he una iiifiiclent 1. tuuaaal ilkwHf, and m nrikr lo ewf II ou uwi uk I. recover! from typhoid fever to twraii) wuiwuitinrtir upuouw biood ami awwH' ti turn to hla fatnor'a homo In Crab So. uwi;HUbyMwof ikbMiiiiniriiM Oirbanl. Mr. Dick ia a rlalng voung; m mw rvuniry ltr ymrm mm m prtrimnan, i ml engineer and for the jiaat two It to ffomrwurcl ot tto tnk mnwm fumlmw ear haa beon located In Co umbus, 3' nir Mr iliil Mii. l harlee Itunwll hive SOU HERN RAILWAY low Lx 'irnlr n R'te turned home aflor it plea urn vlrU CUHCAY : JULY fttn, - SLN.TAY. to XI r Rnetel.'a parenia al Lo' u. IVetweicn ' ulaville I.ex'ngton. D. nlle deuiuc l wn, Ijtwrencebi.re. Ila. reiNtii'rg, SHG.vl LOCAL NKWb hhel,yvi;l and rille nnd inter- medhite itfttloim in emu directun Joe Ha olden la at Crab On nirt Jllo between I.evlMgtor, Oarvlile, making prepimthiaa ror the hi tot (leorgetowu, and Louis-- . ille 10- - the Wen- - round-trin ll'inted to return ticket whloh taki.t; plici. ther, low minlay. About ft doieft tplendi I liua- - on date of aa e. I'r'jK.rtionatel iHeag l"ti right nt the i'enot are i '..e rto hetwetn Intemiedtato points, ICONSI LT ANL SOi'THKIl.V ILML-ttrtd to the hlhj. bidder 1 a' taiii-dilM- Divide But V"M I BBnaarfiaaBBSznsB irts t I. I Orch-ihiidie- n We Do Not Handle We Do Handle -- l .i rocr-hotto- , Ke-tur- ii y i'1-l- A Big Line of 11 x , Pants for Men! Light Weights for these hot summer 1 , A i.ll i Mo-re- n Wins-teen- rellf dd 15-- days, in full peg, medium and straight. you are hard to fit, We can suit you We have a large assortment to select M.-.- 1 from, varying in prices from V 1 $1.00 to $8.00 Cummins & Wearen, retrt e Hich-moii- torn-plc'- Stanford, Kentucky. For Snle! Pence Pros Second hand I OWES ay rnKr NOTICEI HER HEALTH ;i The Modern y Wash-da- y Time was when The Wash was a weekly dinner a nightmare, wash-dahas The New Perfection Oil Cook-stov- e by-wor- d. changed all that. Once the on the stove, it leaves you free to attend to the dinner or any other work. wash-boile- r is You can move a New Perfection where you please and It requires no attcnlion after that. light it in a moment. oil lasts all three burners seven hours or A single gallon of more. No coal or wood to carry ; no fire to feed ; no soot nor ashes. It keeps a kitchen or laundry cool and clean. It cooks to perfection, with the least trouble and expense. long, . M.J. mi I b!u ..J 3 btnm, won cmumImI chuu.re. wrquow. 11 H.Bdvtfn.1 tMlii Utfoughoul. J 2 iIomi c.nUb.dwikor ithoul ft c.bw.1 top. which HfillcJ with drop JlcUc low.l i.cli, tic iwtviUii or wrM lor A tgcacy cripiivft urcuUr lo th nwc ftlOv, i l.Uii Standard Oil Company' (Incorporlt4) in bniii Mimttay to take ner dausl'ter Vegetablo Compound t rn to the sanatorium mere I V. Hutheo. the poi"ilar eauli-i- . fottTillo, MlVli. "1 want to tell , i tho 4imI Haiiu Trust Co.. you how muoliL'ood LMiiaL.i'iiiKiiam a waa in lMilarvlia for a few daya . I I. I I ( 1, '" " jlIII iHiii.ui and S.uiatlve t weak. Mr ltitAMil nrowit ia the gueat of tin hiiTM (lone nio. 1 hveonafnrinnnd nlejida In Omb Orphv.nl. haMworked very !' A. Davta who lor aome timo lias I1.111I. offlclent I am forty-tivlien one of Q. H. ycara oM, and nleamati, hftft gone to Lexington to V " am tlie mother of n.iept a poaltlou. ft. thirteen children. Mm. I. U. Buck, of Ollbert'a Creok, M ,,,.- - ,wr,1 tV,tl,V ....,- F,.W Ins Iwofl with, her motiier. Mrs. atut-- , . ," I.,,J aSips-It strange Hint 1 am tie Neviua the" pnat few davs. Ullfc MItfKril Ull 11 Jl I Ml. Alui 1'hitfHiAria. Aloaara. .la- - WV-'Wwith liuril work and ue. Will and I'. U ThointMon, Jr... of the o.tre of my lam- Mt. Vernon nUsMded the funeral of liy. mt I toll them ot my pood friend, III, ..!, jl'lar Mra 1. It llllullllH 'i:r ( etuble ('utnHiinl, nnd thut MIms lti'le Yantia of ludlanapullg. v. ill lie no lnu'kailie and I km ring . Itid , Ik lhe guuat of Mlati Katn Now-lanwn jmIiis for t!."'uif they wllltnko Wait Mlaa Mlatf Yautl will -- : . a llii- - ve. l nm scurccly over vltl. I,. YuiitU In Ijincaaler thla weok .it it In the liouw. M Kn Mtwor mul Mlaa Slnttle " L will wiy ,.lo t'utt I think there it ibop spent Sundftv at Hlixir HprliiKa o UtUr modicino to bo found for K. P. Owaloy pRasiil throush Mr. it iB' AtU to build them up nni umko i mm I.pbnnon Sunday en route to N m btroii; and well. Aly oldest visit (amihter haa Liken Lydla K. Tink. l rnh Orchnrd where alio will Mra )..im'B A'cgutablo ComiHiuud for pain. Jiuiipb CHrpenter tier nleco Sirs. Owsloy expeatts to Join Mr Owaloy I'd jierlods and irregularity, audUhaa I'oro In it few day. i to bt with Dr. nnd nlw u)8 helped hor. MrB. J. IK Owsley "I am always ready nnd willing to Sir nnd Mrs. J. ft. Cam. nnd Mln dlHak ti pood wonl for tho Lydla L Annlo Ciihs of llrodhouil nro tlio BUOBts l'lnkbanrs ltemedies. I tell every onu I meet that I owo my health nnd hap. id Sir. nnd Mrs. L. II. Hilton. Sir Ktnbry Henzley returned Sntur juness to tneso wonuonui meaicmer." Mr8.J.U.JoiiNeoK.Scottvlllo,Mlch., to Shelby City day from n Mslt K.F.I). 3. trlendu. Kl Lvdiu, K.Wnkham'8 Vettotnblo Com. W L'nu'L mnn n lillnlnnQfl trltl inado from natlvo roots and ito CnrllBle, Mondny nnd I'tienlay nc- ccmpanieu vy nig wne fedr Sir nnd Mrs. C F Harnett left Sat ill day to spend several weeks at Hed for tho largest number of actual curea of femalo diseases. Springs, Tenn. . i in . Mm I V CjjkIi uent liu to ('rail To Lydla E. Pinkham's tc Zt?JlTnZZIZ St !.r,'?fr?" ",.1 .SETXlr CS-- S UT Sofct Ti br DruHfeta. - nrti 1UU t rwtu- "uu r J cnrvi. . co pioim., tmoo. a mmtlMtloii. froah. For Snle! HAIL milk cow, A splendid Rownu Saulloy, Stantord HONEST For $1.50 per acre I July 21st is the laat day for flliru county road claims. No county claim n few Slosqi.itoi nee. get but I11 bo nllowed fltronl .nl the. nhmn nrus away lrom inolr hatching Place CQuU Q y Q 515 you blown b tiniest ii haV(. in opm rain barrel or other Germany ia waiting to beo wknt water about iour place it wi maki ianco is going to do on tho Sloroc- Ii Hue bleeding plat u fur tho wicked can sltuntlon. lierlin does nut ox- httlu buzaera, but a very smalt amouni pect action nt Paria tinltl Eiiclnml ol coal oil iKHired on tliQ water will an,i Russia hae beon consulted W1 mop. Hit rotUUy AS II OII Illli. I s ovary ogg. On a rain barrel 3 or3 About ton of wheat aro uroi of oil are nocwary. On a larg shipped from tna local ptntygm (tally . vntor or a small nonj it Most of it la conblgnid for or ,0i the amr may tak sevortU spocuful. kots In Knoxvillo nnd Chattanooga. 'I he price btlll remalna iiuottt 80a 1 car-load- MEDICINES FAKES. VERSUS bushel. Danville Advocate. , will In President Tuft's iocent mosanRe aiig loss or goatlug an amendment to tho Pure Food and Drug law In It relation to damage by hail. You should have It. 1reIwru, Metllclns, ,,0Ci) not rerer to R. M. Newland, Agent. Phone 163 cll stnndard medicines ar. Fole' Honey and Tar Compound and Foley idney Pills, both or which are Min.llAlttA.. nn...rll ,n,.,,,l,iliul w .JltllUlllVB VWilMillly l,llll,uu,iun, iT ill. the present term of the Casey Kredleut8 whoso medicinal iiuaiti a follow a imt recognized by tho medical proti Levi Ellis. Foreman. 'aro itaelf aa tho best known reiri-dla- l Orund liny bloii Pleas Childless. It. J. Rubnrts. J. W. agenta tor the :i eases they nie ox Mill i. Jas. Quails. (I V. Ana-ti- intomled to countertut For over I). J. Coffmnn, V. S. Rector, J W three decades Fole's Honev and Tnr Atwood, lord C emonts. Sherlll Stapp (fouiioind mas been a ftaiidanl reme Potlt Jury. SI. 0. Iilgins. J. F dy lor cotiBha nnd nffectlons or the U. A. Cundlff, J. V Tuclier. n throat, chest, coughs, colds nnd w5EjJuVw H Ijiiicnstor. W. SI. Kwlng. A. R of the throat, chest nnd lung-fowms "" SwonrliiRen. R. A. Putoet, Jno Hnr-lechildren and tnr urown persons, I). Clomunts. V. P. Martin. M. rjCTSY'S POINTERS: and it retains to day Its pro eminence J. K. Allen, J II Hauill-ten- , Hnd Foley Kidney Pills nro equa ly P. Klmoro "Sloliy nud I ngreo that counterHides, ,C. above nil other preparations If Jno. Tnp(k)tt. Fair, Jna. Golf, H. II Rlllott. W. It effective and meritorious feit money and substitute ' goodi Ilowiiicr. Sain Cutslngrr, L. J. Cochcomo ftom tho sam0 parents. ' Tho ran. 0 M. HaBtln, A. O. Taylor. W. Money for tli0 Jurors Las nrrlvcd coin and tho goods may very closely J Uodbo., W. A. Rastln, Sol Ashley, and they can get what la duo them rcciemblo tho genuine but behind them J. II. Popplewcll. W. SI. Ilrown, Tlic, by calling for It nt tho First Natlona1 la neither honor or noncsty. You Kstes. Rank. 'will llud no substitutes, only tho 1 havo bought tho agenoy for tho Now York has a cholera scare, and E0''"e of standard quality at Coffey laundry In Stanford nnd the Health Hoard, acting with tho SI a- Danville Coleman's. Vio' It! thu lima ttm t ri n rn f'rno m 'will still havo my offito at O. P, Huff. rlne Mosn'iY! rlU extend man a butcher shop. All 'ortner pa Freezer und Water Cooler. We have tho timo of detention of cholera ex them. wm,D,m8,e I posed lmmlgranti from fivo to ten COFFEY & COLEMAN, mo, . Prompt Delivery. Phone 196. days. to call for It. E. L. Kelnhart. tJ sure your tbaceo against i t- . routtre Jn-i'- Cop-pag- r t' iK& m. Jn. 1 1 r;7f T Tum 'T C3-'- l. I J& 9 .Jyaa m ,i EEZ23 f L ' T f,' K WAIT FOR THE GREAT uH BJ H kH sisisMiMsistt tiasiH tstaWl (MsisisiH iTVywn Rhii sssia asssisMasBsista iflB ossbsim siim II II i T eS A&asttJ & foisas 0 rfro j? 527 9 3 CiC3BXJ!HBSSS2IKRC?SMraS?Si rs.TKnasiz33causns!EiQ?3nrzr and 4 si -Kn Bigger Premium s And A sara ir,i stoe k Show Than Ever Before $3,000 In Cash For The winners Si!J!i!AETfiW!E2v This is Llnco in Count y9s Fair As Well As G arra 1 U mWiss "e the. snort CiOp ol j rfro Will Be There. i i . -- AMYour Friends aiiu 6""Si fc2 S UM't m - X M i I Itrljfpa ar. I. t nt I The ItiW :lttf it crop, will try to pool tuo to'' t Mr e LANCASTER .. i a imt ol f I .O'ttt.iMMi 4cron 11., h en ti u .' m lio helped Bill So icit'ins a, ex U.lker mid little daughter luck,. rier by thv Quern A. Vhi cent pool the tobacco crops iu limner ourl are at no ie alter a pn Koflio. tim coiiip tci imnda jears uro being paid at the rate of J I The picnic on Th'irtday oveninp To tIiose wlioln wo have sold soed per I'M feet above low water mark In Iudlnnn Tho acre pooled." nt the Christian church wns a success traded visit to r"lntly wheat. Call at the hump house and north approach Is now being graded polls ami .lr amitli. Long of Jlr notwithstanding the otroniely wnnn same between new and the'lMh tan j a soon a this work hai been I'arigtHild, Ark, hav Ulting bon Mcntlier. An abundance of oatablo We have a little more ior .ale. e:;tn Meddanioa Carrie Davit 4011 and W. .1. Huopietnl tm. new wonder will bo Mother Of Lud Evans tB in eUi'.ence. quality, Harvest King. J. U. Kads fc toady for traffic. P.ouinns Msa lluth Tinder of Bir Mia I.ul.i McWhorter of Pat it t LIrl: . 5i-- lions. lia begun teaching tho school at mingham. T.u., Is tUe guest of her! .Mlsea Delia and Fannie Tin Tor Sale. One hundied and llfty 'passes AWAY IN DANVILLE AT l..iona Yiftn. Mifcn iltWliorter is a coti-l.Mrs. Win. i'oiter, or Lexington gooa owos, two tnree year om mines, . S. Carrier, of trip dtr. Inlere of lrb. RIPE OLD AGE. ls here with her father Mr Chnrv-tlirra yearlings, tlnee mule colts. tit,, whom she lrequeutly visits. 11. H. Crow, It. F. D. No. 2 Boy 28. Mn. B. K Walters entortaluetl hand tirimca who Is very ill. Alias Jennie ' n .Mrs. .Vary Mc.'.tco Kvnns died at Fomely nt a course luncheon in honor Davis of lt Vernon U with Mr two rings Junction City exchange 5a Mrs. S W Davis. Mrs Joim Poland The Loxlmton Herald says: Cat. her hom0 on Maple Avenue yesterday of her attractive coufIii, Mrs. Percy will hjiend the ,',M...nM., iimmer wltn Mr and iiiornii. and the pasting ot this good Noland, of Seattle, Wash. n,i & ,..,... i ".! " --i,,i. "' ".i '"i Mrs. ,. ...i-- r ALSO 1 Nice Residence and Blacksmith Shop. This ..v. Kilends wl be glad to learn that ef Wadf Walker. .Mrs. Jehr Airo'd Ittist basis ot ?7 for the finished pro-- j "' ""'" ""''"' -u. Frankfort Is with .er mother 'rs propetty is in the duct is Indicated. Thlj ls good news In iii:iiiv Dnuvillo homes. She was In Mrs. decree. M Patterson Is linprov-iti- Klla Ileitis. heart of the city and has been consigned of stnent' in health since ber In nnnlral 1,'onhiAbv viMIn fna.lnra l.e f 'III IKir Ullll MUL'C IlUf INiri Kirito us to be sold ABSOLUTELY REGARDLESS of PRICE. '"' woely, nt the Crab Orchnrd Sanator" a conscientious s there are yet a large number of """ BRODHEAD See the 4 Twins sell lots 1 a minute. 1 LOT and a bag of n th0 hands of producers., floral services will be held tomorrow ium Hji'lay) alioinoon at 4 ocock at Tl e republicans held a county con Hogs or3 going up and the larah ,nar. Gold and SILVER will be given away. on Maple live... and wl 1 oution here Saturday nrternoon and l,et bai recovered fronl the loss of!uu l'"'"t' Don't fail to attend this sale ! (me nnd two weeks ago I" conducted bv bar pastor the Ucv. clics the following delegntes to at Mlaa Florence Pni '.igtnn. ', ' H nrnmott Hayes, a farmer of Daviess Alr- Garrison ' assisted by Dr. Orocn. tend the Sfito Convention at Louis-Mil- e r.Kston la visiting hern. llon.er Um s the v.idow hi Lr. tu nor.illiata .i Plate tl, ket it lln Is at Cedar Creek for a few rtns, lounty who raised something HVe "", ; ., 4.00C bushel, ot wheat tU, vear, ha! u ' 'V"" UNDERTAKER AND EMDALMER gloved of Danville H. Hilton. H. A. Uuiuslde. A 11. K Mrs. John itnbblni hn been alck fori made r record that fflll. no doubt. l,eo,e b"t1 who lonB since passed to trldgo, I.. L. Walker. Dun Bogle, 'ieo. 8TANFORD, - KY .Miss .ingle Hunt, or Ktiuid for manv vearslWe ent his nls reward. Before she married sho Monin, F. H. Hurt, John Tatuixi. John thp past week. LEXINGTON, KY. whe.it at 0 a. m., threshed H'aSl.at 11 was Mr,f5' McAfee- - of Mercer county McQucrrj, W. C. Wlimlnch, II. B Maretburg, vUuld Mis. Daiay Hunt Office 'Phone 167. Home 'Phontf t. Tht. delegates go Instruct first of th(. week. Mrs. Loster Hilton ii. m.. delivered It to ne mill nt i p."1'' cl''lrfn were two iIauBhters. NortUott otQ lor Cox for 01 Staniord, visited hoinioiKs U.t 's- ul to cnit their in., it was cround to i : u ', n. m.. " u,u" "'" l"" """ u"1" were Mrs. Charles Governor and Bethuriim for Auditor Mondav. 0 daughters at. n Hiillr t ; mid Haves at blc-- i' oieiiotue JUNCTION CITY "t. rnnde Mrs. K'gbert Wtllln is very sick, of tlv wheat cut a' " i tn. This wig 'Aiorthlnston two of tl:ose chnnnlnR anil are unlnstracted In regard to the Vt a meeting ol the newly ected onugliters licd with their gninlrnith other it plrnnts sieklng iioniln'ition i hits Pll.e and hUb ,of f'orbln an- iho Mrt delivery ot M vear mil irhnol trustees Saturday evcinua. :ir Mr M. K. I,m e, of Cimim-Piling his par'M V. A. Ifir M.'NH'ii liustl!" 'milieu tor here to have been the rrl'ent l ' ! : fi. ai.d Mrs, John Kobinfon. of . M. Khine waa elertiMl cliarni-c ir ulioso dHUKl ter, Jlrs. Kohert Ftoi k dealer r. 'enth slilpivd nde War on sn ; Mildred Bobbin Mriimgf .Mr. and Mr a John M Ke.u Mr. K. II. isweney, trusurer UNDERTAKERS AND inpe In t'mt ejtion fr- - ir n and Mr tj..ui.. .. .i ... ii j.!..,. Keep some kind of a crop fsiow'tig L. Saulley, ct l'arkcr, Arizona, was of hogs to Cincinnati, liming bought have leturned home ,iter a weeks ' J"? ' i?"'"""?1" .".,p with hur grandmother at the time fiom tie lol owing larmeis: visit iu Garrard county. Mr. nnd Mrs Doe, of Bradroi.U-.illt- . 12 a alx ear-olDEAL-EIn the garden all tbe ALSO if noth .Cl,argP . "' t pork O. A. Frith nro re;,i;cinc over the Lhick uiaie. for whirl, he received r... hogs nt j4c, 1 or rye on of her death In? else is done sow K' er""",K Unt IN FURNITURE, Dr. and Mr. W. A Iitvwn. of P.irk 13 110- - arrival ol n six pound girl. Her doiu are Lud l'vans, of litis ers fnim Steve Hill nt V ff Brack tho vacant plncos to 'eop weedf 'rom tonvil o aarf Andrev UvaiiF, a Judge i outid hoes from W Mra .' ,'""8"1 """ yflr- Lrow ut $'.'! I, uurham Is at lonio for .1 few days ville, v Ited their up and ,'iaturins , RUGS. THEY WILL .Tudge Kvans wi.l hop lroni W It. IVofc. ;it Miss Mittlo Wilmott ha- - returned H. Ilankla, Wednesday mn) Thuradrr' Wcedg ripen in a ver- time, if In Kansai City. Mia. tfthiil nrlu,n ,.i,.., i. ....... - i hogs trom C A homo after a six weeks llt In Wll fin. ..fc. u,u, ..wu.i nt UUiarrie in Danville tonight. D.tnvllic J!i7r. 1"! thev are allowed tn grow. EXCHANGE FURNITURE lloblnon nt J." 50 ,8 2U0 pound pork- - lanubiirg. H.in0 Carton was in Mt. inu with typhoid. Is reported as ixilmi Tho Lexington Herald says: Tho Messenger. FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. Pro. Montgomery filled lih regular .Miss Kdwlnp Am- - better. Little Hazel Hiurom Is much crs from Jim Thompson nt Ij.SO, S.l ernon Tuesday. veil known horso in wlilch Senator npiHiliitiiiont at Atitlorh Sundnv hogR from J. A. Doty nt inerninn, of Williamsburg It. L. Hubble r Lincoln county Ins i ia visiting better. H nn T UaiTl MIX KlVer GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE Newu comes from Little Hock. Ark , C Iliihsell wa n MrKinnev Mondav $ Mibu vviilie llon'on. from Vln?H Oastinutu 7 10 i.nrt ownership .the premium emilno of the serious Iiiokh there of MUh on business. known an "Mack Kubanks", no3 at ibt). no niso expoiteu a Mis. .Maude .rroi'e nnd children Kate Vqii.irednll, pul vd RIGHT. Sevevral from her,, tteuile() court torirerly of this Gown first money nt he Laton.i race uir of lambs ThuisJay Laving bought- ha ve rctuined to their home In Paris I. place. Sho Is 111 ol typhoid. Mondiiv Misses Poit-- nnd Minnie 1TANFORD, CI 'n pound lambs lro:.i Angol Saun- rater visiting relstlves here. t t course. The event vn8 the fif-- race IS PLAN PROPOSED BY BOSTON KENTUCKY. l,t'r8 nt S6 .'.! '10 (Knind Inmlis trxm iMiuu.i Ponrll nnd Christine Sams visLanca. ter team of Ulrh nnd J. l: Cnln. of ltlll. visit The "strong KuuunHs beating Cynotire mid Itobert u lllflo Millard Sunday. CIihi Inmlw ited In Hill Saturday and Sunday colcred ball players were defenleil hy',',l Hl Slov,, Hill nt same, 47 time l:-- . The horse is the Joint (, fLY N1J5 from Huil'on and Knvanniigh nt Be, jirodrend h'B become 4ulto a shlpnlpg the Junction Cltv toaiti of colored "I'rnma , of .McKinno", nnd Ml-- s M In ptoperty of Colonel D. N. Pniltt, Mr men Julv 4th bv the score of i'O to II.! "'" MeWhorter. of Yosemlte. spent 5 SS noiind lambs lroni JaiiieR Cltrlt nolnt for eheen. several rnr limU lint SUfJ 5HDt5 Hiibanks and Senator Hubble nil of A dHpatch from Danville says: Tho at C cents. 41 liliined lroni hem of late Miss Laura Kel ey returned to IMch!Hn,,,r'mv nnd HiMidnv with relatives i laniba from .1 nig been ot this section, nnd Is n 11 l.l i Civde Wl mott reinnlns nbout ir.oml on Wednesday after a v'sll lolnt "''' P'nre. Mlsr Oda llaiiHforil. of when its owners exneet a great record J"dlcate of Boston capitalist! who a. Doty at S(J nnd ir, 7.r.pound anibs 1,uvo t,'" (1' V Eungo ol trom ftitl Tliompfon in. .'i.75, tMnK the same Mlfs Tempest Ward leit her parents, Mr. nnd Sir K"nririck Boyle, Siindnvei with MIbh Norn Col-leIt the rating world James Bussed, ono if I'nclo rlver nt 'vonnedy's mill for the Khler 1 61 Tlndor began teaching Monday for Boston where sho will Kelley. MlsH Kelley ntteuds the c l Jan.o, B Hngln owner of tho Sam' boys, Is with his parents Mr school nt lllchmond ous L'lmendorf estfite nt Loxlngton,'l,ast twt' voi,rs has Just made public M Bible Class at Herring's bchool. tench school Cleve Broo'ia It hi Lome Miss l'lln Blanford, of Livingston. Mid Mrs llnnzy Ilusgt..', everybody Is through ,l" renult ot Its hivostlKutlons. Th houso In t Sunday mcrnoon, which from Harlnn for n few dsvi MNa lty naR recently his agent. Mr Charles Berryman. 'J5 onbUint power of the stream lg C.000 iu. Wllll continue thiouga the siiiumer Cathoriiio Cms who wns vlvsltlng Mrn stoniied ovir belwriMi trnlnu ulili Iw.r' gind to see him ns ho Mis been gono .i. j. Ai'irigut, ni i.emnou rv stir cousin. Miss Lucy Hankla. Jllsa lll.inlfor "0"'e time Casey News roreu more to the 10,000 ncres to now iibvimivi um-- me iw"t is ery anu laii iuuniu. ; Mia8 Julia U'Honn died after a prlFed her many Irlends by eloping ford was on her way hoihp niter a vis- wns In one body. This !'' more mucn Kreater, but tho Ilgures abovolno Democrnta of Bn)le, Lincoln Muo imiifc land thnn is owned by nnyl!now tno Ury weather extremely fa- 8hort Illness ot typtold fever at the with Mr. .?. Mont Roberts last Monday it to relatives In PnrJaivl lo. homo of her fialents jlr. nnd Mrs. morning to Jelfersonvllle, Ind., where Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Morris, who have Cairard and Mertcr aro to be Until recent y vorable. Iher one Individual. I'iuiis havo been drawn for a dnra 'ihon.a,, O'llearn nciw t.ils city. Tho e.v were married.. Visiting TLo brld Is the Mr mid Mrs. J. II. irrnliilnleil Ms farm has been the largest Thor-- t nunn II.Blr anWiinna p nughbred nursery In the world and to o erected ot ideel nnd concrem a deceased was ono of n large faml y beautiful and accomplished daughter Hankla, left Wednesday for Loxlugtnn able nd Popular men to represent It Is to be 110 of 12 children and was iitilte n favorite "r Mr. nnd Mrs. J. It. Cass ot till where they will be the guests or Ml a Mill retains a few great sires anilinl a''ov0 the mill They haven herd of Me,'v 's'i nnd will therefore crento a In tho family and neighborhood in 1 nco. The groom Is a son of Mrs. Helen Holtby, formerly of this place thuin in tho coming legislature In brood mures FOR 8UMMER DRIVING wyborg llnnna, & Co., or (inclnnntl Bojlo they havo selected Hon, FranBhorthorns that number over 200 that neseiolr extending miles up stream which sho rojided. The tuneral was HnWe Uobcbrts of Gum Sulphur and la second to none. Their dairy estab,ond embodying bl IIoiu or gtnona or- conducted by Father O'Droyer. Mlsa " gentlcmnn of sterling qnnlltlca. He will hnve n sale or their lots In this cis B. Douglas; ln Uarrard they havo the comfort of both corses and dnv- m will be lo- O'llenrn belne iiBhinnnt nnd herd of Jersevs. both inter. Beneath tho deoni iiimhi.r nt has a good position with the railroad city on Ju y 13. Tho old planing mill elected Hon. John Fnrra; In Lin- - crs should bo specially considered by company. Their frlcndU are anxiously property lias been cut Into lots nnd In quality and numbers la first In the "ted th0 monster power plant waicn the Catholic church. B. ShnnKi will securing a proper outfit of lap robes, na omer will operate electric lii A number of people have been quite siting to welcome them homo, the.10 will be sold to the highest bid- coin, Hon. Wll.l.-.land. - plants Harrodsburg. Ill In thla city and vicinity snnt.neiv in HJchinond, re th party h,h tnee, an t in Mer blankets, fly nets and other necessariA press report from Frankfort naysder. UP to Juno J 404,853 of tho BOO.000 Shelby & Sweenev bought of B. W. cer, a torgo Chlnn Is th0 only man es from our complete assortment of the recent drouth in Stanford, Lancaster, Dauylllo and due to the extremely hot weather "So serioug Union services wcru held Sundnv sheen In Kentucky has been Insneol Durham tho house formerly used by Central Kentucky Unit reports recelv- - iMcnniaaviiie, proviueo tiie pians on horso eoods. dlero aro IIkU, but A.4 l.ti flnmmljfllnriAr nt Aerlrnlliire root are full v consummated th Park 'n th COnter f ed the Wledoman Browing Company, nt announced for tho nomination and ho strong and durable, single and double and 34'267 ot tnl numbe- 'oun(l a warehouse. Burley to- - The estimated cost of tne plant Is tTolare Hholby ft will no doubt bo nominated. Such men Messrs. Itankln are that tue White In th0 event, tne power Mre. M. D. Hughes Is In Louisville. to bo atlectcd with Scabies. This li Sweeney will move same to tho rear a8 thee will more than poll tho par- harness, admirably suited to road purbacco crop of 1911 will be cut to less 11,250,000. than 7 per cont of tfie crop of 1910.' dam la erected water held by It would vUItlng her son It. 2. Hughes aud shown by report ot Dr. A. J, Payuo of of their wholeale grocery and uso it ty's strength an) will be a credit to poses, along with a Hill lino of work From a member of tUe Doard of Con-- 1 doubtless submerge both ot the nuge family Miss Bessie Brown return-- . the National nurenu nf nimi in.inu. harness or the best quatlty at flat dauw trol ot tho Franklin county branch of works owned by the Dnnvllle Water- - ed Wednesday from a visit to Miss try, who has had clmrgo ot (be work Mobile, Ala., voted for tho return of th0 State and an honor to tho coun- prices. System. Charles Kennedy ls In Sue Craig, ot Kbelbyvllle. the rertrent, Danville 'Advw Hurley Tobacco Boclety, It was I ties Mrs. II. the licensed saloon by a majority or ' tbe M. Ilallou And Interesting children (or the paast two montht, , cate. J. c. McCLARY, Stanford, rjy. 2,233. learned that growers, encouraged by' In charge of tho euagwg. THE FARMERS Grand Auction Sale . M--- Junction City, Ky., 40 Choice Business and dence Lots in Resi- J. C. McCIary ""- a. THURSDAY, JULY, 13, at 10 a. m. -u ! .!.. - mem-exporte- '" AMERICAN REALTY& AUCTION CO. v: "-1- - -- 1 J. L. Beazley & Co R M 1 i' wl-ea- d i. ''l" ,?Bi,.jJ" 7 MAT-TING- -- i 1 d 1 .Ml-s- I fam-'m,- N'or-nin- d - con-bee- ! (ll m r . (T a7.-M- wi i ni'iin uw nmi'i.vi iwu,"Jhi tSS za- - ,a. awr-lnt- .""" !r z;iz?jr9V. ..inM,MjaiMi9wm mmtM