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THE IHTCMtW JWHWAC'lTAWFtit, KEHTWCKY. TlrEtOAV. AWtMST 1 1111
It's the LITTLE THINGS that make up life. It'a
the LITTLE THINGS we forget and o we want to
remind you of the'LITTLE THINGS we sell that you
need EVERY DAY.
In Silk at 25c and 50c; in Lisle at 25c and 50c; in
Cotton at 10c and 15c.
We carry so many of these that we hardly know
what to say about them only this string ties and
4-in hands in every conceivable color at 25c and 50c.
We sell the "Arrow Brand." They are linen, they
are correct styles, and they are two for 25c.
We have a show case full of them at 10c, 25c and
Light and medium weights, also the heavy working
man's Suspender, at 25c and 50c
Something you must have-tans, -greys, blacksat
25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50.
Collar Buttons, Cuff Buttons, Stick Pins, Shoe
Laces, Shoe Polish, Tie Holders, Handkerchiefs,
Everything a man wears at
H. J. McROBERTS
DEPOSIT BANK OF STANFORD, charter March 9, 1854.
National Bank of Stanford, organized June 2, 1865.
First National Bank
OCTOBER 3, I8t2.
This Bank has been in successful and uninterrupted oper
ation for 58 years, and Is worthy of the confidence ef of the
public. Open an account with us today.
The Farmer's Friends
Superior and Peoria Grain Drills
Call and see the new stock
Are net necessarily reserved for big depositors.
The small man in business is welcomed at Mis bank as a de
positor, and has the encouragement whisk an always conser
vative bank may give the small but growing business.
Lincoln Cwnty Nilionil Bank
Corner Nest to Courthoasa.
Posted Chs. BcmotUs.
William J. r.k. -
Top lio?n were $8.50 at Cincin
Six yoinij: Jciey cows for sale.
Jf. J. ilnitglnimu.
Are you rciuly for the K. of 1
fnirf It not, I cmi supply your vrmita
in linrnes, smlriles ,fiiie"lriviuj unit
ritllnc liits, whips, spur? etc. J. C.
For Sale. :I0() bushels red Fultr.
seed wheat nt .fl.'-o per bushel it"
tnken ut once. No niflin to store. J.
Frank Smith, Itoiito No. 'J. Stanford,
For Sale. My fmiii continuing
nbout 80 acres "with new 0 room
liouc pod fence' and Rood slnte
of cultivation. Tnm to suit pur
ehaxer. Located II mite fiom Lnn
catci, Ky., on the leiugtoii pike.
Addrex '. Gieeiiinj;, t'nrson,
For tMile. Ulil corn, A :o. 1 car
ring? and venernl wotk Iiore. AIo
. . I I. - 4 . ft.-.
a !. A IMIL.K.. 11,(1 re II. ij.l-
penter, .Morcland, Ky. flU-tf
J. C. Fox, of Qurrard, lMiiIit n
car-load of lambs and sheep in Lee
county, KiO in the coiiiRiucnt, pav
ing fnmi 3 to $l.ov per head foi
J. I". Fo b.msht and exported
from I'uhiiki county 171 "fi-poiitul
lninli- that ro-t him ." l-'J ct-ntn ier
J. C. Fox shipped n ear-load ol
cattle fnim (Inrmid Thursday to
J. S. Saddler and Company, nt Cin
cinnati, there were U.i head in the
load. Mr. Fox having bouuht the
Inrse-t bunch. 'Jl T.'iO-poiind cattle
from William Simpson of Huckeje
at from 1 l-'J to 3 cents ier pound.
.1. I). I'ope shipped n car load of
cattle from Garrard ta Green and
L'tnhrv at Cincinnati, X head in the
load. ueiuliiiiR from (illO to t.000
pounds and costing from II 1-U to .'
cents; the largest bunch were nur
chnscd from J. C. OicillN.
V. A. Lear, if Garrard, shipped
a roiiMgiiment of lambs Ki.'t in num
ber to Green. Embry & l'o., ut
Cincinnati, the following lwing some
of the largest bunches bought:
From Itob Lour Jo 70-pound lambs
at 0 1-2 cents, from Mrs. W. II.
flurton. 20 75-pound lambs nt fl 1-2
cents from Nathan Itogii', .'!." 75
p.uiiid liuiibs n't 0 12 cents from
Kemp Walker 15 70-pound lnnib at
tl 1-2 cents; from George Hrown 20
0j-iouud lambs at (S cents.
V. A. Lear is Inning w for
-liitnneiit this week having been on
tlie search for porkers in the Shugnr
Cieek vicinity and having boiHit 41
head from Z. T. Rice at 7 1-2 cents,
and riO 150- poimd hogs from X-
Yantis nt 8 cents.
Lnwsou and Ilrown shipped a car
bad of lninbx to Louisville, Inst week
C. II. Arnold c.Nr!cd n cijr of
cattle to the city mnrket.
1. F. ltnnkiii bought 20 fcediug
"iltle averaging 1,100 pounds from
l.awoii iiud Hrown at i(i.fi5.
llOURBON kBMKDV CO.,
Knctoied fa4 photo ol hoar that waa cnml ot
cholern with your Bourbon I log Cholera Rem
dr. Thla nor waa elmoit dead before tulnf
the mnllclno, ik! then wai entlrelr cuml, .
crpt lo ol ear., tall, etc. Tlia nocla owned by
Mr. Skfk Rwlnr. ol I1ow!ln Green, Ky. II.
wli: be clad to tree yon tfillmonlal, aodwe
can set eereral more II you want them.
JBNK1NS-SUBLKTT DKUO CO.,
Bowllnj nraerii Ky.
Ak Your DtufgUt lor It
TK IKS Of A SOOt VMM
Dick Scudder Buvs a Fine One.
IT, J. Twigg. of Madison, sold last
week to Dick Scudder, of this Coun
ty, a two months' old colt for f!50.
Thi- i the highest price ever paid
for a colt his age in the state. The
frisky youngster h.iwever was bred
in the purple, his dam being Gladys
and hh sire Ilex Penriiie. She is a
full sister to Uiizel Dawn. Jack
Twigg and IJessie Ifocknd.v.
A S. Joiim, or the Ie I'hariuirr. CUlrn,
Cal.. hu hat bandlrd Vnlry ft fo.'a nli'di.
finc for many jrar. ta): "I fou.lUr
fiat Kil.-j'a lluiifj- and Tar Osnp.mnd ha,
io equal, and l the onr courIi m-dltine I
ran nruuiinrud mniaimnx no nirroiic or
lhfr luruiful ir)M-rtlea." 7Ur rrnulnr In a
rlow raeUae hlincart and Tanner.
I lured and to kl
WJlBpH SBBHBrjBLlllOlH pnalll 9JB; LvWWiBk
If. They havt better wf on hlatory than
hat trer MeniMde by any others. The
lemoui ?0Lft-rHCKOftT WKOMire
Keatarky Wafen Mra.Oo.
I kare aa -OLD HICTOI1T- a(oe
that I kaT ! la itndy u tor at
J vara aad tae wacva la atroac aad eoo4
Maada oa tale vaeoa and feaal ot
roaab erouad. It tae aevtr baaa kaH
i. B. BauJCT.
eraeon could Doasiblvhaf a aarrad
Mr. Bailey to well lasted throufh to
many yean el constant uia. earned
audi eieettrr loada. atood the abute
It recalled, and don It all In aa
thoroughly laUtfactory a manntr, II It
had not been mauufactured out of the
nneat ulectad Umber In the world lor
ailes. hubs, spok is. felloes, houndt,
bolatert. reachettnd beds, and then
very part buUtasactly rlfhtV
.They art Easy Runners and hold
the grease wall,
rMCCaed ttw pay fee le esaakM la
"K WOmr Men yea ear.
Hmhrfil aaJy ry ttt KtHTKlT
H. B. Northcott
Lime & Cement
Our bill sale is over but iwe will
eaa.iiiiBinaia ai aa aaaw saaa. i. . in . aa.. m aaa up., aw
continue to sell all Oxfords. Cloth
ing. Odd Pants, Hats and Ladies'
and Gents' Furnishing Goods at
cost. We have a lot of men's
work pants, the kind that keep
you cool, now going at cost.
CINCINNATI AND RETURN
Sunday, august ii.
Lvt. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m.
ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS,
THE POWER OF
-- A Name
You can't toll ft' good man by hit clothe,
ou can't tall a good book by the cover,
ou can't tell a good cigar by the wrapper.
Neither can you tell
GOOD CANDY b B..
But you'ean tell good candy by the name it bean
or what it back of the box.
Means to Candy just what Sterling means to
At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store.
We have reduced the price on all
Men's, Ladies' .and Children's
Kens' $4 Oxfords now $325
Mens' $3.75 Oxfords now .... $3.80
Mens $3.50 Oxfords now . . $2.95
Mens' $3 Oxfords now $235
Ladies' $3 Oxfords new - $235
Lartl-s' $2.50 Oxfords now $2.00
Ladies' $2 Oxfords now $1.85
Ladies' $1.50 Oxfords now $120
Plenty of time to wear them qt a pair for the Fair. f
W. E. PERKINS
Crab Orchard, Ky
We will continue to sell all lawns
and Oxfords at Cost, strictly
Goods charged will be at regular
Hughes, Martin & Go.
J.LaBeazley&CtoJ. C. McClary
HH 1 vlf
NOSRTAKCM AND M-
lAUMfRS. ALSO DEAL.
IR IN PURNITURC MAT.
TIN6S, RU8S. THIV WILL
! FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK.
! OIVC THEM A CALL. PRICE
ih ii.m Tall aud WliiU r HaiuUa are uiw
ri aily fur )uur in.iMliun Thry coutprlae
Itii Um on Iba marVfl. f ran aull anuo.
a tu prirv wbo UiJ bli rlothre made ta or
Ur. A ult luada to ur mra.ura It pre
irralle la riaJjr uade tlutlu-a. To bare thrn
made la mea.ur. duean'l co.l any mor. laaa
rrail luada when quality and fit II con.ld
IliU, I'uuie lu and Ut u lake your meat-
r'it ivKcnnr. r PnrHmi i.d.r
UNB.RTAKIK AND aMALMR
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