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E C WALTON
DEMOCRATIC TICKET
I 1 For Senator
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I R L HUBBLE
For Representative
J M ALVERSON
j For County Judge
R C WARREN
For County Attorney
1For Far S BURCH her1W
I VT JEFF HILL SR
For County ClerK
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GEORGE B COOPER
For Aisetsor
ft W A CARSON
q For Superintendent of Schools
GARLAND SINGLETON
For Jdler
W I HERRIN
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THE tldo of travel to Europe is un
St precedented ocean steamer agent
declaring that it is fully greater by
ioOOO this year than ever before A
tour of Europe in former times could
only be indulged in by the rich anil
welltodo Now the man or woman c
oven moderate means who has not
Ik been to Europe or hnot going this
q year is more and more of a novelty
with each recurring summer There
used to be in high tariff newspapers
t elaborate computations of the thou
sands of dollars that this foreign ex
J S odus cost American merchants each
f year but these have ceased during
recent times possibly because the
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r demnition total has reached dimen
sions that are painful to contemplate
THE preachers have been discuss
ing the evils of divorce with no marked
effect The lawyers are now examin
ing the question and perhaps they will
meet with greater success The Ohio
I OhioJ
adopted resolutions defining
gross
I neglect setting a period of six months I
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1between the granting of the divorce
and the entering of the decree prohibit
ing remarriage for one year excepting
as to the parties divorced being mar
o ried again to each other having an at
torney represent the noncontestant at
r the trial and prohibiting or regulating
marriages where either party has beer
insane is vicious or afflicted with in
herited or transmissible r disease
A NEW YORK Judge puts himself or
Irecord in favor of Sunday baseball bj
dismissing a man charged with hold
ing a game on that day Said he
Young men whether playing the
game or watching it are better off
on Sunday than if they were loafing
about the streets or drinking in the
1 back rooms of saloons Clean sport
in the open air is always a fine thing
dayi
cf Who is there to gainsay the truth of i
5 the statement
statementMR
MR CARNEGIE says in his latest in
4 terview that riches do not make a man
happy There is nothing new in the
statement but the fact that a rich
man has added his testimony to the
assertion will not keep any of us from
t trying to find out by personal expe
r rience whether it is true or not
t I A YOUNG lady at Reading Pa is
4 suing her steady company for seven
years for breach of promise She
has an engagement ring with his ai
r tials in it and a pile of love letters
I over a foot high She seems to have
the dead wood on the recalcitrant
swain
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A NEWPORT dispatch says that the
F assassination fund called by some de
I fense fund for Caleb Powers amounts
to nearly 90000 which is but another
It proof that all the fools are not dead
I yet
x POLITICAL
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iSeven hundred and sixty laws were
t added to the statute books of New York
1flWle Curing the latest legislature aes I
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xiortThe
2 The report that Thomas F Ryan
+ the New York multimillionaire would
be a candidate for United States Sena
tor to succeed John W Daniel of Vir
I t ginia is denied by him and his friends
I The Hbpkinsville Kentuckian says
that JAidge Thomas II Paynter spent
last week at Dawson and also visited
Paducah a day or two The first dll1
trict is turning out to be a Paynter
stronghold in the approaching Sena
torial race
There is believed to be an under
standing between the now owners of
the controlling interest in the Equi
1 table and the Harriman financial forces
to prevent an investigation of the so
cietys affairs at the present extra
I session of the New York Legislature
t The President has written a letter
1to the Attorney General urging that
a thorough investigation of the cotton I
report scandal be made with a view
to the punishment of Assistant Statis
tician Holmes whom the President de
clares he Sonsidersmore guilty than If
he had stolen money to the amount he
is reputed to have accumulated through
the betrayal of the figures of the Joy
ernment i
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Here and There
The steamer Cambrian arrived at
Boston from London with fire in tier
hold Two murderers one white one Sc
ored were put to death In the electric
chair at Sing Sing prison
Both the railway express and depart
mentstoro drivers at Chicago have
voted to continuo their strike
New York police have unearthed II
beggars trust made up largely of
persons who own property and are well
todo According to a Spanish exchange th
republic of Columbia in Sonth America
since the times of the conquerors has
l > rodue ll 30000jOOOwortltofgoU
Senator W A Clarkof Montana
underwent an operation in New York
Saturday for abscess of the brain lie
is said to be rallying from the opera
tion and resting comfortable
In a fierce fight near Olympia John
Griffith was stabbed through the lung
and James Schultzs left hand was sev <
ered at the wrist and Griffith is not
expected to live James Jackson the
man who did the cutting surrenders
to the authorites
At Lee City Frank Smith and his
two sons William and Manfred mel
death lit the hands of Scott McQulnn
The cause of the tragedy is suppose
to date back six years at which time
William Smith killed Meredith McQuinn
the 14yearold brother of Scott Mc
QuinnThe Cumberland grand jury will
make an investigation of the murder
of James Skinner the wealthy lumber
t 1 1 of Burkes
man who was decoyed out
vine on the night of blay 18 and r
tiered ndfiobbcdof 7o6oin currency
goldwatch etc Since the murder
two young men of prominent families
who were under suspicion have disap
peared and their whereabouts are un
known Two Negroes are also under
suspicion but no arrests has been
madeL D Burr paymaster of the Sloss
Sheffield Steel and Iron Company was
held up by two masked highwaymen
on the railroad between Littletown and
Flat Top Ala and relieved of 5
000 which was to be used in paying off
the menLessth nfivemin t aft
erwards detective George Bodeker Po
liceman Joe Nix and Charles Pickard
a Flat Top guard had shot and killed
one of the highwaymen and recovered
the money The other robber effected
his escape
IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES
Ed and Sallie GOddard of Middles
boro have 19 children He Is 43 and
she is 39
Four persons were killed and eight
injured in a headend collision on the
L N near Evansville Ind Leonard
Price of Nlcholasville was one of the
killedAt a meeting of the directors of the
Citizens Bank of London it was de
cided to reorganize under the nationa
banking laws becoming known as the
Second National Bank of London
Dr W Godfrey Hunter and as
sociates have secured control of theI
stock of the Somerset Water Company
valued at 150000 It is the purpose
of the new company to erect 0a light
and power plant an ice factory and
also a trolley line which will circle the
city
Robert Hammonds was arrested at
Burgin charged with bigamy Two
weeks ago Hammonds and Miss Maggie
McDonley one of the bestkoown
young women of Burgin were married
in that city It is charged that Ham
mond has a wife and two children liv
ing at Corinth
Harry Hocker and A B Robertson
have just received the new gasoline
launch which they recently purchased
in Chicago The launch is a beauty
and will be removed to Dicks river
where it will ply the waters in the res
ervoir as soon as their new boat house
is completed Advocate
Tenyearold Florence Owens of Pitts
burg found a railroad torpedo and
tried to flatten it The explosion
mangled the face of the child so that
she could hardly be recognized A
liece of the torpedo struck just over
the left eye and the eye is thought to
be put out The child is seriously hurt
and may die
A wellknown bachelor citizen Mr
Sam B Newell of the Bronston re
gion of the county passed away at the
advanced age of about 75 years last
Monday and after services at the
residence of his brother Tuesday by
Dr Harvey Glass he was laid away in
the family cemetery He was a sue
essful farmer and a highly respected
citizen Somerspt Journal
Feel Impending Doom
The feeling of Impending doom In
the minds of many victims of Drlghts
llsease lyid diabetes has beenchanged
t o thankfulness by the benefit derived
from taking Foloys Kidney Cure It
vlll euro Incipient Brlghts disease
ind diabetes and even In tho worst
jases gives comfort and relief Slight
disorders are cured In a few days I
md diabetes in Its worst form writes
Marlon Lee of Dunreath IndI I
tried eight physicians without relief
Only three bottles of Foleys Kidney
Sure mademe a welllman Pennys
hysbrugS
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Doqt Let Baby Cry
When baby cries something Is prob
ably wrong with UK stomach or othci
digestive organ ami no tlmo should
bo lost in giving It u small dose of
Dr CnhlwcUK laxative Syrup Pep
sin This Is tho only safe Inxatlvi
medicine for Babies and Children
and Should always bo kept In the
I house It contains no injurious in
gredlents and can do nothing but
good Try It Sold by G L Penny
Stanford C W Adams Hustonvllle
at fiOo and 81 Money back if it falls
THE tax books arc ready and I will
take pleasure in giving you your re
I ccipt My office is on Lancaster street
t > ppositethirroint = hon3e whcruyou
will find me or one of my deputies from
7 A M to 5 I M M S Baughman
sheriff At n church on Fralcy creek Leo
i county James Cress and J M Thomn
were shot and killed by John Muller
of Breathitt county The slayer was
chased to the jail at Hcattyville and
the officers got there Just in time with
himNoTIcCThose
NOTICCThose who hitch by tin
month at my stable after July 1st will
be charged regular prices for hitchinj
when they have more than one horse
in my stable at the same time J R
Beazley Prop
Charles Faure u 4 Frenchman was
knocked down a flight of stairs at
Chicago and killed by Welcome Jer
ome who charged him with causing the
separation of Jerome and his wife
After a stormy o interview with her
husband with whom she had not lived
for years Mrs Kate McCleary dropper
lead In Chicago
SAVE money for all watch clock nni
ewelry repairs by consulting R
enzel Phone 163
FOR SALE 1
Itire tntil lie rk lilr t hog nod Houthdowr
hwp AUo high grudH yearling Buck J
Carpenter II ii touvlll Kjr
NOTICE
Tbo o tJronl owing tht ctuh of tlio Intt
Jntnr H McKlnuvy will gmttlyot lilt
Iiy vttllng MIIIH at wry rnrllrit convent
puce Those having clRlm IIItunlt ft 11
ate will pmwnl them properly vvrlftrd
MlHS JKNKIK MCKINNFY ADMH
A S PRICE
Surgeon Dentist
STANFORD KENTUCKY
Office over McRobert Drug Store in
the Oweley Building
Small Farm For Sale
I tleilre to MII my fiirm of KncrrM of tan
IW ynrctn from Knink Hluu Olyinplui
Hprlngg It himnnne wellof mineral WHtei
IN the following nlinlynlii by mute Collegi
wlilihow Thu water contain IM grain
of Rolld matter i H r gulloncontlitlng main
lyot chloride ami tulphate of koUliiiniiil
clumand ininni luiiitoiiie calcium cart
lute tnicei ol Iron pota > luiu ami llthlun
on pound Will Mkill lit tk lin inilit Wrll
10 OKUIUiK IIIlKH
Otolul11llKttMt
Mt Halem Ky
Jesse W Sweeney
IJOllIJnoK
Livery Feed and Solo Stable
Lancaster Ky
tloiBts wellfed and cared for Up to
date rig at rtIoDabILutee
Dripping Springs
F 0 Crab Orchard Ky
Thi ilillghtful old Hummer retort U now
iiwn to gutkin The building lire In good
hapo the water li line and the table Jlrt
clUtl Harriett hUillvr h ugaln In charge of
tht kitchen which IIICIIIIH good cntliiR
loot utablu anti your horse well cured lor
tate IT HT week Write to
K H K1HJI n Crab Orchard Ky
A FAMOUS REMEDY
1 cored MY cough with German Syrup T
He wrote to In O G Green
It AnCatrue all tell you doctor dear
Im celln finer than ever Ive been P
If The poor consumptive should not be
the victim of experiment as he often is
but the moment the dread disease mani
fests its presence be should be given Bo
schees German Sympa pure nonalco
holic medicine that is made specially for
e cure of consumption and has a world
wide fame as a certain remedy for catarrh
colds coughs croup sore throat UI1
8n bronchial affections in old and young
alt is sold in all civilized countries and
baa been famous as a consumption cure
for almost half century
Trial bottle 350 Big bottJe1Sc At
all druggists throughout the world e I
For Sale at Pennys Drug Store
or
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We find we have a lot of Out of Style Mens
Ladies and Childrens Low Shoes and Slippers
Quality good but style off We dont want them
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and have made a price to move them quick Theyt
Iare BARGAINS < if you are not looking for style
i Better get them while you can
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I Lrt J MROBERTS STANFORD itt J
I FOR SALE I 1
Fir thrlnkvr fir Imniler blaekmilU I
blower axle KUuBinortlclnKiii chln rub
Iwr tlrf inaeMnv and lthr lilnrkmmth tllOll
too nUlIIlnlll to mention mil on or ml
clren llox No a Maywoott ny
NEW LIVERY STABLE
HBXS ft CLASS80K henI
f UNCTION CITY KY I
rirttCUn TnrnonU at Reasonable Rata I
peens Attention to Traveling Men I
Grain and Hay For hIliI
NOTICE
You should an us before yon let out Jour
house carriage and root painting tape
banging a peclalty We bare aamplei of
paper from threleadlnhoule of the wort
and can tell you wall paper Cheaper han
you can steallit Eatlmatel furnished oa ap
plication All work guaranteed
J J BELDM ft CO omer et street
McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS
MoXianey Sy
Having louuht the McKinney UollerMII
Verntnrri5Wrl ncral uilll 1 Itttel warruni
1 III onrllll to tilt IIlltllc U lrcoad to
or work of any kllld Tilt
lion In Irl11I11
grlmlingor too rtlwslr 11111 tile pro
duet of It stolid eetond to none III thlrc
lIltollllrlUnlC II llIlt J wit
tlon RM > kwp Custow on hand coat of nil kind hl11 I
11111111 t the lowest IIInrkt prbr 11117
Feri tllIlwlI s III stock I tut to btI
your Wllit 11111 will 17 you till hISht
IIIl1rkpt prte for It
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nuirhjt MUIUIIY McKlnnoy Ky
State College of Ken
tucky
Lexington Tontucky
The Agricultural and Mechanical State
College of Kentucky offer the following
courteiofitudT rlx AKrlcuUural llortl
GulturulObemlcl ogicalMathemoati
cal pbvllcal Normal School Clausal Me
cbanlcal Engineering Electrical Entlneer
Iog01r11 Engineering and Mining Engineering
each of which extend over four
eerlng years and leads to a degree lOIt graduate
Itudlet are alio provided lea lnlt to a mac
tert degree Each course of itudy It or
The
Ianlzed under 1 lerurate faculty
general faculty number nearly 00 profess
and Instructor
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receive freo tn lion
CounyappoIntee
County In fuel and
room rent In dormitories Ight
and If they remain 10 months traveling ex
pauses laboratorles and museums are large
and modern
well ennlpped comprehensive
Th5tefi W appropriated e60000 for
a college borne for young women and f30
000 for drill bull and gytnnailum for men
are completed and In use
Ilotb bulldlnlflue
Military tactics and science are fully provl
by Congress
led for ai required
of
Graduate from the cveral courses
Rudyresally find excellent positions and
tudy
liberal remuneration The demand is large
ly 10 excels of the ability of the College to
lupplyBoeclalUti number of
BoeclalUti with the necenarynumber
MiKunta have charge of each department
science Summer ichooU are
natural
of lu
pIIdltgogyenllneerlng
provIded for pIIdltgogy
science and In arts
In
itructionn State College of Kentucky though
bearlnJl The hitherto tfie title of college II
Commonwealth
institution III the
tbe only fork
senseunivetslty
10 proper
any
dolnl completion of the College home for
The provldei facllltlen for good
twithaall
nerd and women 10dKlng It lit equipped wltb 1111
IncludIng bath rooms
conveniences
modern culture It 18 touted
and room for pbyllcal
steam and llgkited bV electrIcIty
ed byatem
opportunity II thus afforded to young
An education
of obtaining a thorough
women tlrT
modern language literature
deuce In mathematics logic metaphjilci
and political economy
blltorynnd institution In the State offers
omparable No other for to those education olfered of women by the Static
Oollege a0aueCmTtbodof obtainingep
For catalogue method ape
information regardIng courses
ointments
polntrnellt of admlslon apply to
and term
ot study K PATTERSON Pb D Llh D
or to D 0 FBAZEE Business Agent Lax
Inltton ferrm 14 1005
VM Term Begins September
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Our stock of School Books Tablets
SchoolBags Pens Ink Slates and
all kinds of School Supplies is ready
for you We are headquarters in this
lineI
PENNYS DRUG STORE
Stanford Kentucky
First National
° Of Stanford Ky
Bank J1
Capital Stock 50000 j
This institution WILl originally established
ai the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1131
then reorganised ai the National Hank of
Stanford In 1165 and again reorganlied at
the First National Hank of Stanford tn
1112 having bad practically an uninter
rupted existence for 4J yean It U better
upplled now with facilities for transact
lngbuitnrf promptly and well than ever
before In its long and honorable career
Account of Individuals fiduciaries and Cir
poratlons Solicited
se LINCOLN EAITo NATIONAL 8OOOO BANK 1 t i
Directors
J B Paxton
J B Owiley
B 11 Shank
W O Walker
Oeo W Garter
J II Potter
L 0 Gooch
Wil Cummins
W M Bright
K L Hubble
w II Shank
to
Successors to The Farmer Bank 4k
Trust Company and aoljer lame
management continuously
for JB yean We
SOLICIT YOUR BANK
ACCOUNT
Doping such butlnen relations will
prove mutually beneficial
J S Murphy Son
Hcdgeville Kentucky
Invito you to Inspect their stock of good
nod get their price TIIIY want U utiuro of
your patronage and will gut It If good
them at low prices lc what you wantllve
hemR call
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A tux
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Offloir
J 8 HOOKER Prtil t
B T HARHI V Pre
J J MCKOBEUT8 Obr
W H WKARENAit Chn
Directors Obrf
F Reid Danville
B T Harrlt Stanford
J B Mocker Stanford
K L Tanner McKlnney J
M V Elmore Stanford
B II Bangbman Stanford
T P 11111 Stanford
Jai Itoblnion Hubble
I II Hsuehman 8lltnfordf
J M Pettui Stanford
O E Tate Stanford
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Officers
B Q B 1Prnldaa
President
J B Inxton It
InxtonVice 5
Vice President <
W H BRIGHT
BKIQUTOaiblsr
Cashier
Wi 0 WALKEItt
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Ant Oaiblir
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McKinney Woolen Mills
McKlnney Kentucky
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Mnmifncturpr of Jrnni Llny Klnnntl
Illnnkvtinml Yorn HenduiyoUrwool Wo
tnke wool in exolinngo for work allowIng
tho market P exchange guarantee
sail or write for prices and Illformntlon 1
IllformntlonAge
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