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As a rule (Joes not stretch, but now is the time and this is the place, where either of these stretch almost double
its length in purchasing power.
Several have taken advantage of
these prices .and if you will look
well to your own interest you will
$20.00 Suits $15.
17. " 12.50
15. " 10.00
12.50 " 8.50
1o.oo " (i.50
9. " 6.
6, ' 4.25
1 1 .
'.'inn, Itentml I're Itbhr
1 Wtibtripoou. of Km
s I.. -la Ku)le4all, Mi
r a fcr.'ia?"Vieit in UtaturlHe.
11 ! ard - renny oat
mi Ir W. H. Yatoe nd
1 I. ft Tliurmlay for llottitte,
1". ud a ineetinc.
A Taylor havu full line ol
I i illi"
I I .1 Hrtiiiftt, of Dade City,
itivp TlmrMlny and will visit
lr I (1. Rochester and uepbew,
11 1 .1 fill !..
. i ,1 i n.nran, reiiiruon 1 iiursuay
V. inville. wliare tlioy Imvo
' jurats of Mrs. H. A. Hod-
ill r' rt H'.dtrors wbo baa beon
') 1I.0 suintnor lioro, rotiirneil
II .11. i' in Kvaiisvilla Tuesday.
fcVIr and IrH ,. C. l'orry and
1 n.'.'ina a. 01 rriueeiou. were
- 11 Mr an Mrs. J. HiiKheaj
V' rilnli, Of l.c.UIMVlll, h
i. 1' r Mr-
AVE GOT TO
I. E. FOHS
We arc agents for
the Standard Patterns
')r V W Nu.hi. I)'iitmt Vtvm
W, H. Ke. i, Hiuloy, Toon ,
ftifit few dy here lant week
Mr Kwaeit Koltifleky i
Iter parent, Mr. otto Mr.
Mrs C. I' NoKfle nd childrra,
olKeemvill. who kavo boon fieiting
Miaeea Lemma and Vircinin. Jawes
f Ktituw. are vieitiiiK Mist Ada
Ford and l.emurl Koni. at the home
of their (tramlparenta. Mr. find Mr".
Ii. II. Jainca.
There are many imitation of Do
Wilt1, Orbulioed Witb Hazel Salve
DoWitt'H 1$ the original. Ho sure
you got DuWitt'a Carbolited Witch
Hazel Snive when jon ask. for it. It
It t;twl for cuts, burns and bruibos,
and is espeeiutly ;ood for ilo.
Sold by all druggieito. .Soj.t 1
A. 1'. Cridor and Mr-4. Uridor
went lo Shaw neoiuwn, III,, Saturday
to vis.lt rolativef for a fow days.
Nowh was rodoivod lioro Saturday
of the death nf Ilarloy Wilborn,
ieoend son of Albert WMlburu of
MmmhvIHo, OkU Tho news enino
at a hoeL to tho many rHativo of
tho onug ma in thif city.
Mied Laura and ilnxel St 0lion.
of I'riueeton, are f;uet I hi! wdok
of tboir eiua, Sir. and Mrs, AIvh
Ms. .1. K. Chittenden and family,
of houitmllc, arc of her
rathor. G. K. Ulliams.
T. .1, Vandoll, the popular
of tlio Marion Hank, Li kuuping
houso in tho abbeneo (if his wilo and
daughttira who :iro visitinj: at Hill
We do not know ol any other pill
that is as Kood a DeWitt'a Little
Karly Hiiort, the famous li'tlo liror
pilla small, guutlii, pleasant and
sure pill with a reputation. Sold by
all Sept 1
SDMI. THINGS IllliOMUilCAL
BILLY JOEL liA.VT SWALLIIW.
I do not write tin paper in tin--pint
ol controversy, bui in the
interest of what I conceive to be the
truth. Tliu doctrine of 'unoe in
;raeo. always in rnce, ' I do nut
helicu is sound theology and is not
taught in tho Ifilile.
The overlastmg life spokon of by
lnhn t.s all right tto lar na (lud't
part is conournod. Tlio Hfo i over-lasting
buouiiHO ho is everlasting.
Hutjii boiug everlasting doex 11 at
imply that man's faith In him in
cverbhting or his ouudiunoo to him
absolutely sure. Thorn must ho no
break in our faith lor it to bo
to us,' for "God .is no
of porrioiiH. "
Whou God made u covonant with
Remember this is one place where you will find what
we advertise, at the price.
IlKKK IS ANOTIIKR PLACK WHKHK MOXKV STHKTCII KS
.")l)ij Mulls ami Silk Tissuu 2fo, fiOc Summer Silk 2!lo, U.'ic Lawn l.'ic. I."o bawn 10c; lOe Lawn TJ,
7e Lawn fic.liu Lawn Jo; Vc liavo several piocos yet to olose out and wo certainly mean to cloo
out all Summer
STHAW HATS-If you will only look unil price theiji, if you don't buy wo will know there is something
rathor strange in your "make up or you would surely buy at the pnc named,
FANl'Y IWKASOLS almost at nur own I'riec. All this Soasons goods, Ladies, Missei and Children
Some Kira Values in White Canvas Oxfords at Half I'rice, Misncs.Ciiildri'ii
TAYLOR &, CANNAN
hft & r "pvsf & r ?r &r$? rr
Abraham lit- made it oil ctiditiu.
he m tint forsale all and follow God.
?o it u with thin everlastioK life
.John apraka of. Head the contract
between God end Ab.aham "I will
Kite uuto tbee, and to thy need nftor
t'lee, tbe land wheroiu thou art a
tmniter ell tbe lend of Canaan
for en everlasting poneegaion, ad 1
will be their God and thou sbalt keep
,..ill. tfc, funl, if 00T"tnt thw a"d lU M9 "ftr
h.riw.w W. n W.IHWff4. I.ft
. r.d other telftitte if 'th, fr bom. tbee in their goeriiiHi. Thu is
I tbe eoveoeot between me and iliee
ip"i swmp mm w m mm
' u, tmutom,
u. I reaiafBi, rUrht. ,,i ltoy ,ei af,cr t,M. Rrery
. t . . li' wbu it Tcry
,1 - n w letter
lUvncs A. Taker's for your
! til. In.
Mm-. of Colorado, are
pencil, ailKM htnith nnu 1 uk, ol I5v.
fterille, nre itueeta of ilr. .lames'
l.re. of yotde Perrt, HBry at HUI Spring etap.
riMir4aeroU' to Ui
, M- tarner
tte in town
V. D CanttHH tW
1 .1 rr.tneraot ie tbe plnee
1 'r far.
' Oatley atwaJed tlio
. rt 11 fair Tlinreday.
. Ilttiii'i anl ''sjlor's for
M -X fi.ia IlioVlin au nt.
ill-. Dollie Crowiier. or
in tewu I'riday en ronto
houM from I'inpy, wherr he visited
ner brotker. Ker. U. T. Monher.
male child among you ihall be cir
eomcued, aud it ahall be a token of
the cairnnnt betweeu tuo and tbee.
lie that is born in thy. houio, or is
bought with thy money, needs
be eircuuiciaed and my covenant shall
br iu vour l)eb for an everlasting
eovonant. ' Gen. 17 S 13.
Now, yon aeo, Abrnbam must meet
tbe eouditioni of tbi everlasting
covenant to enjoy its benefit, and
jtial o with thih everlasting life,
to on joy its benefit? we must maot
tbe condition, and the man who can
not cue this tt iu tho dark,
.New, lot us sou what tho lltblo
bays on tho subject "Hut when tlio
righteous turnoth away iroui hit.
riglrtotiMioa and cominitoth iniquity
and donth according to all tho abominations
that tho wiokod douth, hhall
be live? All the righteousness that
be hath done shall not bo mentioned ,
in the that ho hath
and in tho si 11 that he hath
Dinned, iu thorn shall ho die." Kzo.
IS 'J I. Dous that read like "once
in gruoo, always in graoo?"
Head tho lifo of Solomon and seo
how be came to the end of his life
Look also at Saul's life. Samuel had
boon showing him tho word of God
and in the 10th chapter of 1st Sam.
we soc that Saul was turned into
another man aul God gave him another
heart. There i no way to get
around this. Sad but truo ho turnod
out to bo a murderer. This is one
juay we oan got away from God and
loo ovurlastiug lile, and iu this way
tho spirit of the Lord dopartcd from
Saul and ho on (led his lifo by committing
Take the oaso oMudas, ouo of tho
twelve disciples jail ml and sent out
by .)eiu to pruach the gonpol, boa!
tho sick, oast out devils and raise
tho duud. Josus said they hud
peace and could be a harmloss as
ilovos. Is this good toligionV I
think so, and I think Hro. King
will have to put another mark on
.ludua. If .ludas wan not a siood man
wliy did Jesus say he should alt on
tine of the tAolve thrones, judging
one of the twelve tribos of IsroalV
Like many ollior men who "loo
money, he sold out for !() piece of
silver and hung hiiusulf. Mat. 2.7-0
I believe many of our rnee have
boou ln?t because of this dootrmo.
Oh, that I could slop thu tide ol
error and turn the pooplo toward God
and thu truth, and 1 givo you this
warning that your bl6od inty not bo
on mo at the judgement.
W. .1. Him..
Tho "Mmo" M. 10. Fobs Prop.
Ladies and Gonts Furnishings. Full
Ijno or Queens Ware, China, Granite
and Tinware, Lamps Jewelry jwmI
lli:V. . C. lilDIILE IN
As a eiiuon a minisiir, and an
eduoator, I in delighted with any
increased interest in matters of education
in oar State. I bail with
gludnean any movement for the bot.
ter edncation of the yenth of tho
oonulrj. Wine lofrtalaiion exeented
b y school authoritios
tbrouphont tbe State, and this seconded
by on awakened public
will do mueh to peolily lessen
the ftbameful n amber of illiterates
and put our country schools in tho
way of a healthful advancement.
The entire Stale neem to be
Tbe - 'Whirlwind Campaign
fur Kd oration is an opportunity of a
lifetime No lover o! education or
of tbe best good of the common
should let it pass without an
effort to do his best to promote it.
Let ui mako a wise uso of this opportunity
that is alfordod us, and
while the public oar is attontivc, and
tho public mind is afakuniug to the
domand'of a bottor oduuation, strike
while tho iron is hot for moro and
bettor schools. And what is the
bost uso to be made of tins opportunity?
In my opinion there is no same use
to strive to build or endow groat
colleges, uithor state 6r denomination
or plant and oiiip great State Nor
inals, while ignorance and illiteracy
is growing more and moro prcvalonl
in the rural districts. It is certainly
not wise statocralt. What Kentucky
uoeds, and uceds most proloundly is
not moro nor greater uollons, but
moro and bottor country schools.
That school is of prime importance
to the State which is an absolute
noces.ity to tho getioral intelligence
of the people. Tho boys and girls
of the rich or well-to-do will educate;
and it is not nocossary or even wiso
to aid him to thus educate himself
111 atlluouco and luxury. To educate
the boys and girls of thu poor and
working class is a problom. If State
aid is given at all it should bo upon
the broad principle of aid to the
mattes aud not to the privileged,
Whon Slato schools or County High
Schools mako 11 promise of 11 froe
tuition to tho country boy or girl it
is to draw away thoso who oau attend
or board in the town or city,
leaving only the poor or hard
lad or lass to a poorer opportuui
ty, aud thus become a menace to
general education. It is a high
privilege to highly educate tho
youth ol tho Statu, hut it is an abso
lute boundou duty to furnish all its I
citizens with a ueuural education. !
Of coure wo should aid tho college,
but we shall most ellcctually do this!
by building up that without which
no collogo can prospor, a broader,
hotter condition ol our rural schools
Public ollicor and public improvements,
like public funds, aro the
property of tho common people, aud
should be created and usod for tho
general welfare of thu public. I am
oldfahhiuncd oiuiugh to believe that
all State uud county funds raised or
appropriated for education, should
he used so as to bonefit the masses
and not classes. It is true that the
Supreme Court ol tlio State has do-
cided that the State, through its
Legislature, has the power to appropriate
for education. I do not
believe it is eonatitutionl, however:
but it 1 very evident to my mind
that no State has a moral right to
expend unn either groat or small
upon speoi&c lustitntionB, while the
00 in mo n schools of the State aro in
grave need of assistance. There
tbould ho no appropriations mado, at
laaet until tho oouutry achools aro in
The faet is that, in tho spirit if
not in tbe letter.of the conatitution,
there should he no State or County
ehools aave ihe common schools,
livery district school iu the Statu,
by virtue of tbe Constitution, is the
school of tho State, mid thore ought
to be no othor. "Whirlwind'' all
can in the glorious cause, "Campaign"
every year if you must, but
mako it the great aim of your oiiort
to better the conditions of the common
schools :u all your counties now
and at home, and tho colleges and
higher education will reap the harvest
by and by in the higher uplift
of its general citizenship. Many a
poor boy and girl iu Kentucky arc
eompollod by force of circumstances
over which they have no control to
spend the years of their uchooliood
in the place where they ware born.
' nti.l li I itiurWutinit
.,ii. - 1 , m. si.,-
iuu UI j14t luau.uuuu
of learning wo shut thorn away from
that without which all citizenship
would bo a failure and a curse; a
general ind wholesale intelligence.
I plead for better houses for our
country schools, hotter equipment for
the work to ho done, longer term of
school privilege, and a higher place
in the public estimation of ihe district
and village sbhool.
A. C. IUDDLK.
NOTICE TO TOBACCO GROWERS
Ilcndorsou, Ky. , The tobacco
growers ol the Fourth magisterial
district of Hopkins county recommend
tho following changos and additions
to the constitution aud bylaws
of the Stemming District Tobacco
Constitution, Aktici.kS, Suction 1
I Tho at nual meeting of the mem
bers of this association may be hold
at any place iu the district that may
ho agrcod upon by tho district board.
That Articlo .", Suotiou 11, be
amended as follows:
The disiTut board shall oicroiso a
Our store is already noted
as the place where you can
get the nest Shoes and Oxfords
in the county, and now
in order to make room for
fall goods, we have made i
possmic mat your money
stretches when you buy
Ladies, Men's and Children's
Last week's Price still Molds
Good. Don't Wait. Come on.
general supervision over all the
allairs ol the association. Shall take-all
contracts for the handling and
sale ol all tobacco. Shall receive
and disburse the proceeds of all salon.
Shall have powor to employ
in tho management of the
business as they may
exoept graders aud book keeper?.
Thoy.aro to bo appointed by the
county board of thoir respective
countios All gradors must bo tobacco
Tho following to be added to Section
2: Xo ofiicor of tho county or
district board shall hold any othor
position of profit or remunerative
agency while sorving as a member of
Dixon, Ky., July 2(!th, 11)01).
The changos that the tobacco growers
ol the Stomuuoi: Distriot Association
wont make in the constitution
and by-laws of said association.
Articlo (! shall be amended and
road as follows-
All (juostions coming boforc the
district board for settlement, shall
be decided by .1 majority vote of the
membors present and in caso of a tic
the general manager shall cast a deciding
vote, and the remainder of
said article shall Ijc stricken from
Added to said constitution as
1st. That the chairman of each
county shall call a meeting the first
Saturday iu October of each year in
each magisterial district, and let tho
tobacco growers who have their tobacco
in the pool set the price they
are to rccuive for their tobacco.
'Jnd. That tho committco then
meet the second Saturday, in October
and fix the price on the tobacco
grown tn the county by prices fixed
by different magisterial district's
!5id. That the executive committee
then meet the third Saturday tn
October and fix tho price on the tobacco
of the Stemming District bv
the price fixed by the growers of the
county's composing said district.
4th. That the buyers of tobacco,
shall ho notified of the price set on
the tobacco and if said tobacco is not
soli by tho 20th ol November, it
shall not be sold until it has boon
put in tho boghead.
I. N. HAKKH.
Ohio River Association of Baptists
will hold its Annual mooting with Wul-nut
Grove Chut eh, to begin next week,
August 1'th to continue three days.
The P pular Place
HIGH CLASS MOTION;
Pictures and Illustrated Songs
For Ladies, Children and Gcntlmen.
Change of Program Daily
We Have Nothing but Praise for Our
Bring ihe Family out tonight you will Surely be
5c - Get the Habit 10c.