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Hits Over But
Wo have soma good tiling left from our Sale tilings we overlooked in the rush If
you did not got to the eulo you will find ninny Remnants of Wiuh and Woolen Goods
Odd Lots of Lawns Suiting Hose Slippers Shoe Skirts WaisU itc Goods that
we must Bull before wo begin to receive our Fall goods Remember there will he plo n
ty of hot weather yet and thin is an opportunity you should not let slip Those who
attended our Sale gay it was n success to them from n moneysaving standpoint
Y
i High Cotton
All indications point to the highest prices for cotton goods reached in years The
crop is 000000 bales leis than thought and the manufacturers and wholesalers have
very little stock on hand We havo a good II II pplof Bleach and Brown Cottons
Sheeting Shirtings Ac and we are gelling them at lesw prices than the wholesalers
will he Juicing in a month
iVo bought some months ago it large part of our Fall stock in which cotton is used
in the manufacture and wo are on the ground floor and will give yon as good values as
you ever bought
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I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 1
STANIOHD KY JULY 18 lOOn
WK have a new Block of box papers
wl1llntlret New hnpc9 nnd
that
UI1IL HI interestyou 9
qualities Penny 8 Drug Store
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PERSONALS
lli T M LEWIS ia quite III
J F COOK of Lexington wag here
Friday
FridayMria W 0 SPEED has been Ill but
is convalescent
convnlcaccntMn HUKPMAN went up to
Crab Orchard Friday
W H THAYLOK went to Cincinnati
ypstcVdny on business
Miss ALlen DIIYK of Hustonvillc
was hero Saturday with friends
Mn GEORGC C GIVENS of Paris Is
over for a few days on business
Mn DAVID SCOTT has been vluitlnR
relatives in Paris and Cincinnati
MISSES TEVIS CAHPENTEII and Pearl
Kurnsidc are at Crab Orchard Springs
MRS W H HIGGINS and Miia
Georgia Lewis are at Dripping Springs
FRED GARNETT has returned from a
delightful trip to Atlantic City and other
points Clarksdale
Miss WILL RonARRH ot
the Misses
Min Is with her relatives
Poland COL J W MILLER of Lancaster
took the train here yesterday for Mt
Vernon Miss UEULAII CARSON went to Crab
Orchard Sunday to visit friends during
the fair
ATTORNEYS GEORGE B SAUFLEY and
Thomas H Shanks are at Crab Orch
ard Springs
REV JOHN M LEWIH of Brand
brewer Ind Is with the family of Or
T M Lewis
TUB Current Event Club will meet
with Mrs John P Jones Thursday af
ternoon ot 3 oclock
MRS FOKESTUS REID and Miss Mary
Reid are spending a few days in Crab
Orchard Danville News
MR J S BAUGIIMAN and wlfo have
moved into their new home recently
purchased of Mr J W Hayden
MRS J II LIVINGSTON of Galves
L ton Texas is with the family of Eld
J G Livingston in the East End
MRS M C MYATT who has been
with her parents some time returned
to her home at Birmingham yesterday
DAVID HOUMAN wife and baby arc
i tu vilt his reIn
up from Mobile Ala to visit
lives including his brother Mr J E
1I0lmnni
DR AND MRS J G CARPENTER and
little daughter Josephine arc spending
n few weeks at their farm near Crab
t Orchard
OrchardMR E HUGHES Wall here yester
day returning from Lancaster where I
ho spent several days with his wife and I
the homcfolks
who has
Iloins SUSAN J MARTIN
I been visiting her son W II Martin
at Turncrsville returned to her home
at Richmond yesterday
f I MISSES SALLIE AND ADA SHELTON
w of Ackerman Miss and Louisville re
spectively are at homo with their
mother Mrs Carrie Shelton
MRS XOE CAMPUELL of Maywood
who has been at Joseph Price Inflmary i
j has returned home much improved to
the delight of her many friends
REV J W IIAGIN arrived from Cov
f r ington last night to spend two weeks
with his wife and son who are at Mr
John F Cashs during the hot weather
MISSES NELLIE B AND CORA A
REYNOLDS of Moreland have returned
delightful visit to their
home after a
sister Mrs R S Brumfleld and other
relatives and friends in Lexington
REV S M LOGAN formerly pastor
of the Presbyterian church in this city
r but now of Wilmore is here with his
family and has taken apartments in the
Bellevue for a month Mlddlcsboro
News
I NewsW V RICHARDSON editor of the
panvillo News was here yesterday re
r turning from Crab Orchard Springs
where he had been to make prepara
tions for the meeting of the Kentucky
Editorial Association which meets there
next week
Miss JEAN BRUCKHALDEMAN left
this morning for Crab Orchard where
i the remainder of the
she Will spend
her grandmother
summer on a visit to
I Mrs John Buchanan She will be
joIned next week by her motner Mrs
John A Haldeman Miss Isabel M
Haldcman will return this afternoon
from Crab Orchard where she has
been for the past two weeks on a visit
to Miss Joan BuchananSaturdayB I
Louisville TimesI
e
IMIt J C COIIMNEY continue very
sick
sickBORN
BORN to the wlfo of Mr John Dow
I ner last night a son
I MISKIJS ELIZABETH AND DORA WIL
LIAMS of London are the attractive
guests of Miss Annie Bronaugh at
Crab Orchard
MRS B C SANDIDGE and daughter
Miss Josephine Sandidgo are spending
the week at Crab Orchard Springs anil
taking In the fair
fairLOCALS
LOCALS
TilE Crab Orchard Fair will begin
promptly at 930 Wednesday morning
July 19th Go
WAR on dogs is on hi earnest ac
cording to the Liberty News It says
GO canines were killed there last week
Tin U B F picnic Friday was a big
thing and the colored brother enjoyed
himself hugely Splendid order was
preserved
MR P 1f McRouERTS will build n
pretty dwelling on his lot on Somerset
Avenue Work on it will begin in a
short while
THOSI who took stock in the Huston
ville Fair or gave special premiums are
requested to remit me for same at once
S M Owens Secretary Hustonville
1 Ky
KyA GOOD dinner flh be of the
features of the Crab Orchard Fair
which begins at 930 tomorrow Wed
nesday morning The price will be
only 35c
TUB Crab Orchard it Racing As
sociation has made arrangements with
the managers of the saltsulphur well
at the depot there to furnish water for
the people during the fair
HENRY TRAYLOK colored aged about
16 who was sent to the Houses of He
form for stealing chickens died there
of typhoid fever and his remains were
brought here Saturday and Interred
CORNER STOxECon Orchard Lodge
of Masons No CM will lay the corner
stone of their new hall July 25th at
330 p M All Masons are cordially in
rite writes Secretary W H Perkins
WHEN your best girl is inclined tax
tax you too heavily for ice cream tell
her that Prof Wellston of the Uni
versity of Chicago says that the
trypadaflomatic germ infests vanilla
Ice cream and is relentless in pursuit
of its victims and see if that doesnt
jar her
herMAHJ0UI F
MAIUORIE the pretty little daughter
of Mr and Mrs Dexter Ballou took
the premium at the Lancaster fair for
the prettiest girl baby under two
years old There were 14 entries but
three of the little ones cried out and
Mnjorio defeated the remaining ones
I as easy as falling off a log
ITm Kentucky County Attorneys
Association before adjournment ati
I Crab Orchard Springs passed resolutions
requesting the Legislature to strike
out the words at random in Section
1308 of the statutes relating to shooting
on the highway Also to revise the
present law governing jury challenges
RODERT FENZEL the gentlemanly
young man who Is learning the print
Ing business in this office set a galley
of brevier type in three hours Satur
day This is equal to about three gal
ley n day a feat that very few print
ers can accomplish Robert promises
to be a recordbreaker as a typesetter
and wo shall watch his course with much
interest
terevtASSASSINATEDCecil
ASSASSINATED Cecil Crutchfiold 16
yearold son of Mr A A Crutchfleld
was shot through the head and instant
ly killed at a danco at the old cheese i
factory botwccn Ottenhclm nml Krii
cr between sun down and dark Sunday i
evening There were a number of per
ils in the house at the time but no
body has been found who saw the shot
fired or who will admit that ho knows
who fired it Judge James P Bailey
County Attorney Harvey Helm and
Deputy Sheriff George T Wood spent
all of yesterday in the section tho as
sassination occurred but no arrest had
been made up to the hour of going to
press The murder is a most dastardly orfo
and no means nor trouble will be spar
ed in tho effort to bring the guilty par
ty or parties to justice Young Crutch
field was a quiet good boy and his un
timely death is deeply deplored
it
1 c7
I J F TIPTOP sold his house and lot at
Rowland to W W Wade for 550
W 0 SPEED is r only In Stan
ford who handles the famous Leo 61
whisky CARDS nicely printed visiting
cards for 25c 50 for 35c or 100 for BOc
This olllce
r
AT fltfO W Jn morning July
19th the bell at the Crab Orchard fair
grounds will ring and the show of stock
will begin
Folt SALE hand nno 12light chan
I delier for church Comparatively new
Apply to Rev George W MUM Hus
tonville Ky
I A COMPETIVE examination for ap
i pointment State College will bo held
j In my office July 21 22 1905 G Sin
gleton superintendent
AROUSED because of the scarcity of
help the good women of SJrelbyville
have organized and the servant prob
lem is the one topic of discussion At
a meeting the other day a committee
was appointed to visit tho Swiss colo
ny near London and try to induce thu
women there to locate in Shclbyvillo
and take lucrative positions as cooks
The report of the committee is awaited
with much interest The servant prob
lem here is a hard one to solve and soon
we will hear of Stanford women taking
steps toward bettering the condition of
things in the servant line
Lancasterair was
THE Lancaster Fair was a success
from every standpoint and our neigh
bors are deserving of hearty tongs
ulation for the superb management of
their laudable enterprise Large crowds
attended each of tho three days and
the splendid show of stock was worth
many times the price of admission The
weather behaved itself as well as could
have been expected the crowd was a
jolly one and nothing occurred to mar
the pleasure of the thousands who at
tended The Lincoln county stock men
who carried off a good share of the lib
eral premiums hung up were J C and
Bledsoe Bailey C T Sandldgc S M
Owens Embry Brothers S T Harris
Woods Brothers D S Carpenter and
Logan Hubble It will take some time
to wind up the affairs of tho enter
prise but considering tho large expense
incurred In making the ring building
amphitheatres etc and the big prem
urns given the association will do we
n come out even
THE literary program for Ac meet
ing of the Kentucky Press Association
at Crab Orchard Springs next week bos
just been completed and is as follows
Tuesday July 25 Address of wel
come lion R W Miller Richmond
Response to welcome Clarence E
Woods association orator Presidents
annual address Louis W Landram
Lancaster Record The Successful
Country Weekly J It Lemon i May
field Messenger Advertising from
Three Standpoints Henry M Cald
well Louisville Times Politics as t
ide Line E Barry Beaten Demo
crat Round TableAre We Easy 1
L W Gaines engineer HAil join in
the happy chorus
Wednesday July 26Cnsh Sub
scriptions a Success 1 M Duncan
Brandenburg Messenger A Crack
nt Creation and Creatures S W
LInebaugh Russcllvillo News The
SemiWeekly A Comparison Swift
Champ Paris News United Wo
Ought to Stand Geo W Albrecht
Middlesboro News Tho Dally and
Its Lessons Charles E Stewart Lex
ington Herald The Associate Ed
itor Mrs Bettie B Campbell Som
erset Journal Official Advertising
and So Forth George S Lee Car
rollton News Round TableAs to
Legislation Henry R Lewrence
conductor Each mothers son may
growl
growlThursday
Thursday July 27Random Shots
at Practical Points M F Conley
Louisa News Prevalent arjd Perni
ousthe Grafter E S Jonas Hen
derson Journal The TrlWeekly A
Conclusion S W Menefee Danville
Advocate The Sublimity of Insig
niflcance A D Miller Richmond
Climax Something More than Hum
drum Mrs Stevia Cardwoll Harrods
burg Herald Round Table The Good
of tho Order John B Calves super
intendent A last chance for all to
butt in
The entertainment committee has ar
ranged for two balls a German a ban
quet progressive euchres athletic con
tests vaudeville stunts eret
J
I WE are agents for the Pioneer wire I
fence call in and see It before you buyI
E T Pence Co i
THE Crab Orchard Fai begins to
morrow and the Hustonville Fair just a
week later Theres fun ahead for the I
boysI
LOST Sunday a purse contain I
ing an L N pass and a trip pass I
made out to Charles O Baird Return
to this office and get reward
J C McCLARY furnished a coffin lor
a man named Gorley who died at South
Fork yesterday Also one for little
Hazel McCarley of Rowland
YESTERDAYS Danville court was a
crackerjack There were not enough 1
people in town to whip a dog and less
than 30 cattle Most of the cattle went I
home unsold
I I
MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS Miss
Sarah L Hart of Louisville will give
an illustrated health talk at the Chris
tian church at 4 p M tomorrow Wed
I
day You should hear it
tBAlm HANSFORD wasplaced in jail
I by deputy marshal Will Mershon Sun
day charged with stealing a ticket to
Louisville from Air William Warren
who had bought it to go on the excur
sion His trial is set for today
p
TilE K C leaving here at 450 yes
terday morning had a slight wreck
near Gilberts Creek and was delayed
about five hours The mixed K C
known as Old Henry toalso had a
little wreck near Fort Estill and was
delayed several hours I
JOE UPTHEGROVE owe of the big
rattlesnake that attracted much atten
tion last week took it to the Cincinnati
Zoological Gardens and sold it to the
management for 56 Advocate Mr
Upthegrove bought the snake from a
man at Highland named Young for less
than 1 Theres money in snakes it
seemsAsthma
Asthma Sufferers Should Know
This
Foleys Honey and Tar has cured
many cases of asthma that were con
sidered hopeless Mrs Adolph Dues
Ing 701 West Third St Davenport
Iowa writes itA severe cold contract
ed 12 years ago was neglected until it
finally grew into asthma The best
mod le ill skill available could not give
mo more than temporary relief Fo
Ipys Honey and Tar was recommend
ed and ono 50 cent bottle entirely cur
ed mo of asthma which had been grow
ing on mo for 12 years If I had ta
ken it nt tho start I would have been
saved years of suffering It
FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I
Kuril contain AO ncrr of land In good
till or viiltlv Uon2 iiilUH from Crib Or
hunt on IimcaKtiT plkf aiucrin In inciid
ow UUcres In cultivation S flue gardens
orclumlfU Tho Improvement rorulit ot
n house or six rooniH newly papered nml In
very good ivmlr Cistern nt dour Herviintn
mom outhoute miincrotin niul In Rood con
plea Hplf ixltd tablt < nml two crllw Will
111 nrlvtitoly 14JIIJoNItM
fox I CnlbOrchllrll Ky
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THE VERDICT I
Hcrtiu doors window ncrwnn nm screen
liiK Blue flume WIcklvM 011 Htove true
Uurtiilnx HluuloH Pole Kxtvnslon Brack
tttii OnrHt HUBS Matting 1ortlfrren
Curtain HtretchernOiirpet Wretch 1 Scrub
Unitlitn to rcniovo water etc from floor by
tllrj
cOon lurJll and llutiding l1IIr Doors
Windows wHll litHT IalnU VII rlllA b
Htaln and Knamvl 1lcturt1 framed
Moulding Mat dues liuggleii Now and
Old Furniture domo and sow you can
numc MiniitliliiR wo do not keen loot Ilv
ory Plenty of horses nnd IniKKlf nod food
Kxrilleiit undertaking equipment
1lonty of horse and f < td Kublwr Tiring
done
Pruitt Brothers
Morulnud Ky i
Seashore Outing
ATLANTIC CITY
Via the Bccnlo
C 0a Route
Chesapeake It Ohio Hy
I THURSDA AUG 3RD I
tough W IIVIIIIIKVI IInlUmor lhllallll
I iililn with stopover privilege returning
illjtu from Lexington Wlnchenter MtHtrr
I llni and Moreuvnd goo i returning until
without
ulIIlncluI Through trams
chIUljtt Engage 1IIpllll car space now
Isn6e
InllulrtJ or UrilKflU lur nil mr Icutnreor
wrllo O W MAUNKY II 1 A
Islington Ky
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i Twenty Per Cent Rca
I
duction 01 All Tan
i Oxfords
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We will give a discount of ONE
FIFTH from the price of all Tan
Oxfords and ShoesMens
Womens and Childrens
taallanr
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Tan leather is cooler for the heated i
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season and best to wear to the
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i Fairs All this seasons goods
i Latest styles
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1YNtiN
CUMMINS MCLARY
Stanford Kentucky
Hardware Stoves Tin
ware Glassware
Salt Queenswhro Wire Staple and
Fancy Groceries Phone 9 Opera
house Block opposite CourtHouse
Stanford We have 10 or 12 Cook
Stoves wo will Close out at cost Come
I and see us
P G onoo7T WARNER SON I
Terms Strictly Cash
This wonderful Range
is now on exhibition
at our store and a look
is all we ask to con
vince you we have the I
best the market af
fords
o IStanford
W B McRoberts DRUGGIST
STANFORD
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Sells Kuriccs Ready Mixed Paints Every
gallon Guaranteed There is none betterr
New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White
Lead and Linseed Oil Also
A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer l
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