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I TUEINTERIOR joTTRrc1L41 J j L sIt It VOLTJMK XXXVII STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY JULY 8 1910SI LID GOES ON TIGHT IN STANFORD TOWN CITY FATHERS ORDER EVERYTHING CLOSED UP SUNDAYS JBUT DRUG STORES t trThe lid goes on tight In Stanford oa Sundayi 1 This was the decrva of the City Fa hers at a meeting held Thursday night when the Olty Marshal way di rected to too that tho state law on unday closing was rigidly enforced ces The state taw provides that only no lUu of life can be sold on UIOI Sabbath and such things an Ice cold u soda pop pies and cakes chewing j gum and the like dont go The City Council will recognize only medicines a as necessities and fps so given In- etructlons Tho druggists and soft Irink sellers and others who LaVt felt compelled to keep open on Sun day bemuse their competitors do say that they are glad that this order has teen entered and that all will bo fore ed to close for It will give them and their employes a much needed rest ti ion the Sabbath j The vote In the Council waa very close on tho enforcement ot the Sun day closing law und It required tat vote of Mayor A B Florence to break the tie The voto In the council stood F0fCcMntllmili Shuvjars Ander son and Alle- nAgalnstouncllnen Elraore Pow ell and Penc- eMKINNEY LADYSTRUCK BY CAR of MRP ACKERMAN KNOCKED INSENSIBLE AND HURT OTH LATEST NEWS McKinney July 7 I While making n running swtteh last ikiturday morning the Q II local car struck and seriously Injured Ir4l Ackcrmnn by knocking her down and badly bruising her about the head and houlderc and she was picked up In Ji an jnsenslble condition Thu most se ilous wound was cloiu to her right I oar and caused iultu a hemorrhage of the ear At present writing she Is do lag very well and according to Dr Singletons statement will if nothing else sets In be out In a few days The lady la hard of bearing and was i looking at the engine and did not seethe car that struck her at nil Miss Mae Jones has accepted a po sition os bookkeeper at Imnvlllo for the fast Tennessee Telephone Cod i Miss Bsslo Gray of Dallas Texas nnd Mrs Henry Nunncltcy and daugh ter of Winchester aro visiting Mr and Mrs K L Tanner Mrs Dr Singleton has been on the 1 rick list all List week but at preaent la much better and able to be around the house most of the time 5 Mrs Collins and son and daughter of Memphis Tenn aro visiting Mr and Mrs Sam Owens 1 Mr Garland Singleton of Stanford was In town last Monday Mr Harry Jacobs tho monument t man closed a contract a few days ago with D S Illffe for an elaborately curved granite monument for hU daughter Amelia to be placed In the Jliiitonvllle cemetery and also with fl jjr qeorgo Cochran of Kldds Stori Jor a largo marblo arch monument for herhusband to be placed in the Pop lar Grove cemetery V Mra George Aahlock and chllJren l t IU8tkHarry Jacobs nnd daughter Air yp king and sot ernt other of our cltl j lcatpogt the Fourth of Julyat tllx- JPfnBtoIt and nU report n good time Nora B Johnson of Kings Moun tjitn is visiting Mrs Norman True I Jlrj Arthur Davidson Is able to be cjit again niter u severe spell of sick npss Mr Elmer Gooch of Indlanapoljs Ind and H C Gooch of SoaiernoU arc visiting their sisters Miss Alkn a Bette mid Anna Gooali I- ti J1r HortnnnGanaMvn8liv Somer sot wee Kr v Miss Mary Dt Hamilton otDanvlllo who has been tho guest ot her sister Mrs C D Coleman was called UvHom qrset Wednesday on nccountof the lllnesa of her niece I Mr Everett Epporaon of Lltchflold Ill represntlnp the Belknap Hud ware Company spent afow days with his patents hero last week f Miss Florence Epperson has return td from an extended visit to ttlonda and relatives at Columbia andUdeban ios tho Chautauqua t the latter placet IJM r ti Prominent Man Dead At Junction City Junction City Julys s J Hajari tged B yjni na waa operand no fri 10 heath u- WednesdaGJ at hilt home hero that same afternoon about 4 o lock Ho was a Modern Woodman and bail JTOJO Inauraiiv In the wlir lie ir survived by his wife end Re llttlo girls the oldest eight yean of age Tho burial took place at Junction City at 4 ocolck Thursday afternoon Messrs Harvey Hopkins and Ernest Fonllwo or the Moreland high chool pupils of Vrof E L Grubbs tool tho examination for graduation in May two months after school and both se cured diplomas entitling them to n four years high school course cither ot Stanford or Hustonvllte Prof K L Grubbs who taught as principal of the Moreland high jdiodl last year was reelected as principal fcr next year at an Increased salary Miss Fannie Spaara nn experienced teacher of Moreland will have charge ol the primary departuint Mr Wm Burke Jr or Cincinnati Is among old school mutes here His fathers faintly lire 11 Iroiton biir Misses Ruth Turner of McKluney and Patty Uell Burke of DryantHnllc are the guests ot Mrs S W Burke Prof Thus A Hendricks wife nnd two children This A Jr4U1d Kath erlnc ot Cynthlana are the guests of Squire and Mrs Cox Mr Elias Le Fever got the contract to build the wholesale branch hula for tho Cumberland Grocery Comps ny of Durnaldo He will build tt Jut In the roar of John Moores photo gal lery jb3- Mrs Nannie Harper received word that her son M A harper of Salis bury N U his gone to Colorado tol lowing ta opertticn tar appeudlcltiit He is doing uMt Mr Dlr MOraw hats resigned ax lilll cerhat HIlt SUebr k Sn enov whotyiflq grocery and Henry Adklns has uompted the place Miss Louise Green of Pcrryville was the guest last week ot Mrs Ball ey Mr G I McCollum Is having hll popular hotel painted after its bap lam front tho fires on as many different Idea the past few years Miss Kate Vanarnlall of Little Hoc Ark U the auext ol her slater Mra Iou Owens who Is very 11of con sumption t Mrs While Townley flee Vanars tall and husband of Birmingham Aa are here with relatives Misses Maggie and Elizabeth Cox pent the Fourth at May wood the guests ot Misses Graco and vYInnlc RobertsMr Mrs Jesse nilfe of Huston vlllo spent Sunday with Mr and Mn John Mouton i Mrs JL Rose who was burled In HuMtonvlllo last week was once ua tUUnt state deputy for tho Ladlos of the Maccabees and she carried T2oni insurance with them She was of nn exceedingly lovely disposition and ev erybody loved Kate Mr G D McCollum tills Installed a 7200 National cash register In hIs tea tnurant Mr gates 01 Lancaster la the guest of his cousin Bowen Adams this week Mrs Dettle Simpson IB very 111 at- er home iu helbYUlty on H attlo Leigh la cdhflned to her room accountet a apralned nnkle Anumber ofthn young folks at thus Inca will attend the picnic at Jones Park near Mlddlcburg Saturday Uth Givens Carter of Morolaml was ailing Uhre Sunday Mlsa Anna Matlx U theguest ot Itn Mannle Witlls here Miss Rutty Koane has returned Iron Terre Haute Ind where oho has boss In school tho past year Mr Depp ot Uiistonvlllo was u vas itor to the homo Mr L Pruitt on Sunday Mr Prultt nas boon employ ud Moreland tho past weak Messra Thomas Bud and Nlok Has liard of KlngH Mountain were with their brothiH1 A J Hnggnrd before Us operation and at his depth Mr and Mrs W T Kolley ofcCsjinii efson spent tho 1oiirth rttf rote llvos and attended our meeting Mr J M Keano nnd children John M Jr and Lllla Bobs spent tho past week in Burgln with her two slay loib Mrs Stone and Mrs IlatsRins- sblip W G Sweeney and grand daughter Miss Gladys Sweeney spent a feW days in Loulavlllo this week PREACHING AT HUBBLE Rev Samuel Plttman will preach at the Hubble Christian church Sunday the 10th at 11 oclock A M and 730 P M Everybody invited GOING INTO THE- GROCERY I BUSINESS rE C WALTON BUYS A BUSINESS- IN ATLANTAINTERESTINGGEORGIA Atlanta Ga July C- Wo were all very much put out last week because tho Interior Journal of Tuesday did not roach us until Snt1 urday afternoon rite label was not clearly printed and tho postal clerks took some time to decipher it Please ask Corker Stone to use a little mow Ink and Impression on the mall list and all will be well V I am glad to tell your readers all of whom I claim aa my friends that I am about to engage In business 1 have rented a storeroom at 110 Rich ardson street and In a few days hope to be selling groceries to beat the band My brother Mr T R Walton who has had many years experience In the grocery business will assist mo until I get well started I will begin on a small scale and try to Increase as I learn tho work I will not bo pro pared to fill orders for my Stanford friends and acquaintances for some weeks yetso dont mall or wire your orders before Aug 1st 1 think I stated In n letter poveral years ago from Atlanta that the school facilities for negroes were tar ahead of those lor white children but i am more convinced of the advantages of the children of the sons of Ham in the educational line since 1 have seen more of the city Ma mill cent brick buildings erected with northern money are seen on nearly every promontory surrounding the city Fortunately tho negroes are tak ing advantage of the splendid oppor tunltles afforded and many ot them are credits tothelr race The white schools here are first class and n sheepskin from the high school la a valuable possession By the way the first female college ever Instituted In the United States Is the Wesleyan at Macon this state It Is suit a splen lid Institution of learning old Is to Georgia what the University of Vlr glnln is to tho motfcpr stAte Georgia has been spending n million dollars annually caring for her old Confederate soldiers but hereafter the amount will be augmented by the sum ot 1200000 tho legislature having lust passed a bill Increasing the ap propriation that much There la a magnificent home forthe old ConCeUs near this city where 116 of tho salt of the earth are spending their do clining years In peace and plenty Tho evil doer sees a hard time In the Cracker state To his work la Quo to n great extent the aplondjd roads that this state has The convict IH not allowed to live In eapo in Iris on or penitentiary but works the roads every month in the year that the weather will permit Each cone- y In given enough convicts to keep tta roads In good condition nnd In ninny of the cltlca they work the streets A convict hero grew tired of the dally toll nnd deliberately chopped one ot ills hands off Ho was sent to the pen Itcntlary hospital for a brief period Out just as soon aa ho was able to get out he was made water carrier Verily the life of a Georgia convict Is one that none envies A magnificent monument has recent ly been unveiled of that splendid Ge urplan President Spencer who was killed In a wreck on the road he was islet executive ofthe Southern It funds In front of tho terminal station HIIU i + Indeed an ornament to the city it was built bythu employes ot the road tome 30000 In number The pedestal bears this Inscription tA ilcorglan n Confederate solidor ont the first President ot tho Southern Railway Erected by the Employes ortlwt company tlvere la nn ofllcfcr nero who Is very close to tho Ite arts of the better ale nmt ot the people He Is Polldo Judge Nnsh nfBroyles Ho Is known I1Ii the ffblEon Judge because ho mnkos it- of for those who disregard the law Especially are the temperance people grateful to him for no other J iU dois eninfrn have dono as much toward malting the prohibition law a succcas Tlia manner In which ho dispenses justice reminds me very much of mold friend Judge fribble There are many who think Judge Bryolea Is gu bernatorial timber and It would not surprise many of his friends If he does soon occupy tho chief executives chair It would afford me great pleasure to vote for him for governor Continued In next Issue t OF P LODGE AT j CRAB ORCHARD LOCAL TEAM DOES WORK AND MOST ENJOYABLE SESSION I r IS HELD Crab Orchard July 8 Blossom Lodge No 223 Knights or Pythlaa was Instituted here Thursday night by a degree team from Diadem lodge of Stanford and a most enjoyable session was had Officers for the new lodge were elected aa follow W JI Edmlston C C M M Per kids V C T B Iyne K of R k S- Je Bailey M of E H L Wells Pre late I W Fish M nt A H R Spit her M of W J S Duke I O Gus Gelszl 0 G Post Chancellors Dr W V Burgln D B Thompson J C Bailey and W C Pettus Dr If L McLean from Wllmore was present with a strong team ho having been appolntel to Institute the lodge Refreshments were served nfl er the midnight hour at which the la dies were present this feature being A most plepsant one The list of members besides the ofUcera of the lodge Is Marshall New land Dr J A Harman J G Carper ter JrWalter Rogers Robt Holmes and R G Pettus The following were present from Stanford W H Wearen J F Cum ruins J W Ireland Dr M M Phil lips W L McCarty C B Tate Robt Pruco T W Pennlngtou J F Ingle man M A Johnson Robert Burdette George Burdette J N Menefee R H Coffey James Woods H C Wray B W Givens J T Embry Jno Meek j L Urozley Claude Bibb J T DIng tuna Granville Lutes T J Hill Jr Saps CastellQ Walter Milburn Mr and Mrs Will Guest of Loul vllle ctre visiting his parents Col and Mrs J W Guest Mr Burnle Flsb of California and Miss Stella Fish of Vlucennea Ind ton and granddaughter of Mrs Mar tha Fish are her guests and will visit other relatives during their stay in CrabOrchard Mr and Mrs O W Durham and son Charles of Chicago are visitors of Mr T J Durlfim and family From here they go to Nashville to visit other ret olives before returning home Mr and Mrs Ed Mlrcle of Liberty are also guests of the Durham family Mrs W T B White has gone to Mt Vernon iot treatment Mr Ettooch and family visited Mr O W Spongier and family Mrs Bessie Browning and children of Livingston are visiting her moth er Mrs Kfrta Magee Mrs Sarah Brooks la vialtlng in At lantUr Ga Mrs Jerdle Higgins and children and Mrs Lute King of Somerset are visitors ot Miss Mollie Brooks Miss Lena Napier Is visiting in London Miss Mary Arnold of Lancaster Is vinltlng Miss Mollle Brooks TheJ Sunday school at Hebron church will observe Childrens Day next Sunday- Itev R C Kimball and wife of Mon tlcello are guests nt the King Hotel Born on Sunday July 3 to Mr and firs William Marks a boy The lit tie fellow weighed 11 pounds Miss Addle Scott has aa her guests hisses Mary Logan Anderson and Mary Dyehouse Mesars Geo South ErS and Harry Scott They formed a party nt gripping Springs nat Sunday The post olflco Is having Its spring ciennlng It has been remodeled and la being given a fresh coat ot palm vhlch makes It very inviting Inln 1enrnnco Miss arguorlto Culton nnd Dr Harry R Spltler were married at thj home of the brides grandfather Mr U P Gilbert of Richmond at halt past three oclock Wednesday after hoon July Cth Tho arl6rs were Leauttfully lacerated in pot plants nnd cut flowers tho color scheme jMiik told green beingcarried out moot effectively i Alter tho cerem nn luncheon was sivcd nt lire GlyQdon Hotel Rev Don too pastor of the Crab Orchard Christian church omclnted Wo extenl oaf hearty good wishes to Miss Mar Euerlte and hope that much of sunshine nnd little ofsfcpdow may follow her along her new life which sho has begun BO young In years Dr Splttor has been a citizen of our town only a short time having come from Rattle rook Mich to be managing physi cian of the Crab Orchard Sanitarium where they will make their homo aft er the 20th His courteous and manly deportment since be came here has won him many friends and the ad mlratlon of all who have become ac tainted with him We congratulate him on winning the handsome Miss Marguerite for his wife a young worn un possessed of many noble traits o character For rent one furnished upper room also a stable and corn cribs Apply to Mrs Hannah L Steger For tale several pieces of house hold furniture Including a piano Mill desk suitable for an office five or six feather beds also Mrt Steger Killing At Parksville YOUNG MAN SHOOTS AN OLD ONE THROUGH HEART In front of Wilsons store In Parks ville Boyle county Tuesday morning Walter Phillips aged 27 Instantly killed Thomas Vermllllon by ahootln him through the heart Ihllllps and others were standing on the store platfornj and when Ver- million passed some one taunted the old man by calling him a nickname- It Is said that the old man became enraged and snacked Phillips with a cane whereupon Philips pulled a pIs- tol and shot The bullet entered the old mans heart and he died almost instantlyPhillips says that another bystander spoke to the old man and not he and that he did not know Vermllllon except by sight Phillips who is a Lincoln county young man from nea Mllledgevitle was to have his examining trial at Danville toay He ta married and has a little child City of Roses INTERESTINGLY DESCRIBED BY STANFORD GIRL Miss Blanche Vandeveer of thIs city who Is now in Portland Oregon tho City of Roses In writing for her Interior Journal which ate says the can not do wltho it tells some la terestlng things of that hustling west ern city She says Portland June 27 Editor Interor Journal This Is a wonderful countq1he bigness the wild beauty the gigantic projects no sooner conceived than executed have for one a fascination not to be shaken off I often hear the strains of My Old Kentucky Home I stop transported to Blue Grass fields and running brooks to discover that the band Is stationed beneath a large placard bearing the glaring words Kentucky Whiskey But it matters not what reputation we have abroad we of the blood know that for men and women for hospitable homes and loving hearts Kentucky Is the best place outside of heaven the good Lord ever made While you back east are sweltering we In the Rose City are shivering In a mean temperatur of 23 degrees Old Sol shines benignly yet we are never quite comfortable without fire Now please let me know It you did not receive my letter and send me tho paper for I dreamed last night of stop ping over mountains plains and rivers Just to scrap with theI J manage ment Wishing you and your family success and genuine happiness In your old home I am sincerely BLANCHE VANDEVEER Attention everybodySpecial rock bottom prices on hardware groceries etc Dont fair to take advantage of this George D Hopper Lost Articles AT BAPTIST MEETING LEFT AT POS OFFICE 4 A great many articles such a cloth Ins etc wero left In the Baptist hutch during the revival services which have Just cloyed Amount the nr tides of wearing apparel found nttd which are at the postofltce for theff owners are two red Jackets three um trelies ono overcoat MAKING LIFE SAFES Everywhere life Is being made more nafo through the work of Dr Kings New Life Pills In constipation bilious less dyspepsia indigestion liver troubles Udney discuses and bowel disorders Theyre easy but sure and perfectly build up the health 25uut A WILD RAGING BLIZZARD brings danger sutferingottun to thousands who take colds coughs and la grippe tuut terror of winter nnd spring Its danger signals are stuffed up nostrils lowor hart ot nose sore chills and fever halo in back ot head and a throat gripping cough When Grip attacksL as you value your life dont delay gutting Dr Kings New Dlncovcry One bottle cured me writes A L Dunn ot Pine Valley Miss utter being laid up three weeks with Grip For sore lungs hemorrhages coughs colds whooping cough bronchitis asthma its supreme 50c 1 Guaran teed by G L Penny J CUTTING AFFRAY ON FOURTH OF JULY II JIM ROGERS SLASHED IN FAGS BL EMIL BLISS IN FIGHTCAT OTTENHEIM James Rogers of Crab Orchard was badly cut on the face and neck during a fight which came up at a picnic at Ottenhelm on Monday the Fourth of July He was slashed several times totbad an altercation Bliss was arrested iand placed under 1200 bond for trialIt Is not known Just how the t oujble between the men originated butrIthammer fSheriff Bud Reynolds interfered and caught hold of Rogers to separate tbw men Just as he did eo Rogers jlInyounger Bliss came to the defense or his father and drawing his knife he went after Rogers while the still had hold of him He cut badly before he could be pulled OnCelIIs said however that none of juries will prove serious t Will Address GrowerslADVANTAGE OF CO WILL BE SHOWNIBradley Wilson district representa 4 Live of the Burley Tobacco Society la this part of the state has made dry rangements to address the tobacco r growers of Lincoln county on Monday t next county court day He will not auk any of the growers to sign the pledge at that time but will present a few facts for their considerationITho time of the address haa not yet t I been fixed but It will probably fleJabout one oclock or at some other hour early In the nfternooniMr Wilson has been through Madly son Garrard and other counties iu thIs section south of the river and has been successful in convincing aIlarge number of leading tobacco men that their only hope for conllnue1Ihigh and living prices for this crop la 1 to stand together in the pool There It practically no pooled tobacco in that county as yet 1 In New Position t COL WALTON GOES WITH BIG tLEXINGTON BANK + j cijiBjii 1Colonelknown newspaper man tomorrow wit take charge of the newly established stock and bond department of toe Lex ington Banking 8 Trust Company Cot Walton after the sale of the Kentucky State Journal to Mr James L Newman and former Governor J C t W BecKhnm opened a brokerage of Ice in Lexington and handled the Otter rldssof stocks anlv bonds for more than a year and he had built up 11 a good sized business The Investors of Lexington know and have confidence In Col Walton f I and In his business judgment and the i Lexington Flanking and Trust Com I tpany has made a wise move in ar ranging to obtain bits services in tho I conduct of Its new department PROMINENT MERCER MAN DEAD t- I r W O Morgan a leading business i man nnd vice president of the Ken tttucky Republican Publishing Com jIJnr died at his home in Jnirg Tuesday s the result Harrodsjlytic stroke which he day while attending the jWnShlngtonKppubllcan He represented Washing I ton county in the legislature during l the admruIstratlonIoriGov i EfraHey II J JIthoears He Is survlvecl br hjfwroIbut no chlldr nII SAVED AT DEATHS DOOR The door of death seemed ready to open for Murray WAyers of Transit Bridge N Y when his life was won derfully saved 1was in tt dreadful condition he writes my skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated emaciated tram losing 40 pounds growing weaker dally Vlru lent liver trouble pulling me down to1death in spite of doctors Then that I matchless medicineElectric Blttora cured me I regained tho 40 pounds lost and now am well and strong For all stomach liver and klndey troubles theyre supreme 50c at Pen nya Drug Store 11 1910II SWUTIllINTERIOR JOURNAL JULY 3 GO TO THEJlSfc tflfcbnft t L LancasterI J FaIr z r flU JIi1iIj y 27thx28th and 29th 1910l 1 + III rjrend See The Greatest f Horse And Mule Show In Kentucky 1Il S 1I t Largest Assortment Of Free And Pay Attractions Ever s Shown See Bongo I i Catalogues at ThisOfrice Double Your Profits by Using an INDIANA SILOIVWWwt Ask any man who uses one 54 per cent of the food value of com contained in the shucks cob leaves and stalk 46 per cent in the rffcjffl therefore com hand JIB the field loses 51 per J Jtt cent total food value- SILO is 95 per cent Why continue to waste fir stock When the guareAlso agent for the most meats Cutters Practical awA loader led by cutting and shocking cent by putting in the saved by feeding through the haveINDIANA holdsfeeds equipI 1 R E GAINES AGENT CDC Lincoln County national Dank ii Of Stanford Kentucky PlrALI 5 5000000 I JDKPLUS g 5000000 j SOURCES 34000000 t 3 H8HANKS PRESIDENTW M BRIGHT CASHIER 1 J8 PAXTON BOOKtEEPERESTER ASST CASH HAYS FOSTfR CLERK If DIRECTORS TTO Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterStanord s v John B Poster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ran kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Oooob Gilberta Creek V t S l r r lar i4 iyr IISGOING OUT Of STYLI Fashions change In warships aa In everything else The Indians pictured above was the latest thing in battleship during tho Spanish American war Today sho Is almost passo For comparison models of tho Indiana and the latest type of battleship will bo shown at tho Ohio Valley Exposition in Cincinnati from Aug 29 to Sept 24 ROBERT R REYNOLDSI Directs the Mammoth Industrial Enterprise II V Robert R Reynolds President of the Ohio Valley Exposition which will conduct tho comprehensive In dustrlal Exposition to be held at Cin cinnati from Aug 29 to Sept 24 The Exposition Is especially designed to bring about closer commercial rela dons between the Ohio Valley and the South BIG HOBOKEN FIRE TO BE REPRODUCED J One of the Features of the Ohio Valley Exposition Cincinnati O Special Arrangements have been perfected and work begun for the reproduction for exhibition purposes of one of tho most famous fires in history tho burning of the big steamship docks and several oceangoing Teasels at Hoboken N J several years ago It has long been an established fact that the vast general public would rather see a flre than witness another kind of spectacle that might be offered them In the line of a catas trophe or calamity This Is evidenced at every ringing of the fire bells which bring spectators from iar and near to see the machines run and to witness the work of the firemen after the scene of tho conflagration is reached When the spectacle fighting the Flames was produced some years ago by Claude Hagen the wellknown purveyor of public amuse ments It was thought that tbe acme of realism In shows of this kind had been reached But It seems that these was room for even greater spectacular effort and again It Is Mr Hagen who has discovered this His plans for a fire show entitled Fighting FJamea on Ship and Shore have been accepted by the Ohio Valley Exposition and under the direction of tbe inventor the work of Installing this thrilling spec tacle is now going on the plans call Ing for Its erection on tho banks of the canal and contracts making It Imperative that all work shall be completed some weeks before the opening of the Exposition on Aug 29 so that a perfect performance may be given when this big industrial enterprise Is thrown open to the public Fighting Flames OB Ship and Sbore will show how the fire on the Hobo ken docks was combatted by the Ore fighters on land and by the fireboats of the New York department There will be thrilling leaps from the masts of ships Into the water miraculous escapes exciting scenes in which passengers and firemen will take partIn fact as perfect a reproduction of that mammoth marine confla gration as can possibly be pictured Several hundred people will be em ployed In tho production which will be given in a prominent location in the amusement section of the Exposi lion 6ru CHILDREN PROMINENT IN EXPOSITION PLANS t Exhibition of Playground Work On Music Hall Stage totfJjj Cincinnati OSpeclalIl is doubtful that In making plans for an industrial exposition children were ever so prominently recognized as In the case of the Ohio Valley Exposl lion which will be held In this city From Aug 29 to Sept 24 Not only does the plan of amusements for the Exposition contemplate a number of attractions that will appeal as strong ly to tho younger generation as to- i fidults but In the arranging of the several Music Hall features programs have been adopted which will allow children to display their onllltlca along various lines In the writing of I the popular romantic opera Paolet ta which will be given at Music Hall during the time of the Ezposl tlon the composer Pletro Florldla and the librettist Paul Jones arranged for the Introduction of chil dren theso to be recruited principally from the magnificent chorus of child voices that made the Children Cru sade during the recent May Festival so conspicuous a success On the afternoons when no performances of tbe opera are being given the stage of Music Hall wilt be turned over to the children It being arranged that on two afternoons of each week there shall be an exhibition of programed playground work such as Is being conducted on the various playgrounds of the city by experts In this line of I work two afternoons to be devoted byIand one afternoon each week to a series of fairy playa In which only children to the number of more than one hundred will take pert The re hearsals for those various futures are well under way promising most complete and Interesting performances in tho various lined In the way of amusements for children outI sldo of the Music Hall attractions there will be a midget circus In which all of the fifty performers are IJllputlans and even tho ponies and dogs are of the smallest size cbtaln able Other attraction In the amusement section will appeal strongly to tho younger element so that the Ex position as a whole will over as much entertainment and amusement to the seeker for pleasure as It will to him who Is Intoroited chiefly In Industrial and commercial displays BLOODED WORKHORSES- IN THE PRIZE PARADE Cincinnati oSpeclalEvcn at this early date the owners of classy work horses In the Ohio Valley are beginning to pay special attention to their stock with the view of having them properly groomed and dlsposl tloncd for the big parade of work horses to be given under the aus pices of the Ohio Humane Society In connection with the Ohio Valley Ex position In Cincinnati next fall For some years this society has been en deavoring to carry out a plan by which owners of horses who have treated their animals kindly and drivers who through their ability and gentleness have remained In tho em ployment of one firm for a long period might be rewarded The Ohio Valley Exposition offers thorn their opportunity and a schedule of prizes Is now being drawn up that will call for the distribution of about = 2500 In money gad medal premiums In the matter of judging tho horses tbe gen tie and docile manners of tho animals showing proper treatment will be taken Into consideration with hard working condition as another Is sue The highest cash prize will bo 26 which will be given to the driver showing tho longest continuous sere vice with ono owner or firm There will be medal prizes for single double three four five and six team spans of horses for single ago Cgujbla mule spans and for ponle Dissolution Sale I OF CRAWFORD BROTHERS ST LAMBERT JERSEY HERDI Consisting of 40 high bred registered cattleI and six high grade cows THURSDAY JULY 14 1910 KentuckyBeginning Every Jersey owned by the CrawforJ Brother will be sold This In t eludes the magnificent her of pure St Lamberts reserved from our sale last fall Added to these will be a number of great dairy cows purchased last winter to retain our milk trade Also 1 nlne horse power Hagan portable gasoline engine and one port able Wilder Whirlwind ensilage and fodder cutter For catalogue writes u eutsnww Crawford Bros Lebanon Ky FOR SALE Good dry oak lumber suitable for barn boxing Lumber piled at McKin ney and Moreland Ky at which points we are closing our operations t Eor prices and terms write or phone I Mr W T Earles Hustonville Agent Duhlmeier Brothers Cincinnati 0e FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 216500CombinesDeposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Acount OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePmident John I McRoberts Cashier H C Baughmia Aist Casbr WW9anden nt1c1cfIr as or throughthese ulugosensiblea uchais theirwork yournameusingitIf thedoteIs or refundedThis of bymoreon pleasanttaste pleuei1to totheof In on or Cal4ItUM DIRECTOR F Reid J H Daughmia M D J M 1sE C Walton J S W TT Murnhv I RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family u a ice t residence and place you lf in R to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and neighborsan get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Callor address our nearest office or write direct to teadquarten Nashville Tenn for information regarding our 8pciatuFar mere Line rate If you are not at precept enjoying telephone service we KentuckyTennesseeIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL etc TEL CO tltsnosvaaarxn Constipation Cure Free Wjtti the first signs of conitipa you resort to the home methods of relief such hot cold water on yourbreakfastwhen fail ucSpu Dr Caldwell Byrup which arereesuchlthatsbrbrief onoSanvlieskepticalalethereis drugygistnandreoesinus does not gripe and promptly effective and these statements are guaranteed quarter a cen remedy the American market Because children women and old folks generally free charge Explain your cue a detaltrotname and address a postal card otherwise For either request the doctors r Elmore Petlui Hocker your these Pepsin Theres a Difference I 1 U your Vans are Artistically Decorated the HOUSE becomes a HOME and HENRY BOSCH f COMPANYSNovel Collection ol WALLPAPERS Will work the change at an ex pens much more moderate then can be secured elMwhcra A posed card wilt brinK the Sim pie Books to your reildcnce where yourlelurration to purchase JAME5AIUNDY Painter I nd Papcrhanjrer Stanfordi I i TUB INTERIOR JOURNALn1 rIlrI 3 yl I l II i i zs 1 i tj i If I COMMENCING JIILY 9AND ENDING AUGUST 1mI STRICTLY THIS SPRINGS STYLES THE HOUSE OF QUALITY i SAM ROBINSON CROWDED TREAT FAIRLY roomtOwing to the and Spring we ourselves overstocked and have to sell these to make INiI is good now but it is too late in the We have no room for our now as our Spring is heavy so Dont Until too Come Early and Get Choice i1 THIS VERY LARGE STOCKY h i Consists Clothing of Best Make Oxfords Underwear Hats Felt ail it Straw Odd Pants Shirts Ties Dry Goods Such 1 ANY SUIT AT COST Prices Never Heard Of Before Trunks and Cases at LAWNS 20c Lawns 14c 16c llcI- Oc Be Calicoes and other goods always on hand Imported Hosiery and SOx39c1Fancy aJ 19c It OS- eWe do not only give you 10 per cht off we put them at and below cost Newest and most up todate goods you can find Lens Boys Odd Dress Pants f1 00 Paste S 48 GOO 448 500 388 4 00 298 360 268 300u 228 2 fj v 1 9s 200 148 Fancy Vests 4 OOVcats 319 360Vests 278 3 00 Vests 219 260Vcsts 198 2 00 Vests 16- 11150Veetar 119 1 OOVests 79 Caps 60c Caps 39 25c ape 12 Neckwear 60c Necktie r7 7 9- Mens 26c Necltt1eIBelts 100 Baltea 79 60c Delta 39 25c fit 1 19 We have all kinds of Dress Goods how jolng at COSt MENS FANCY SHIRTS 100 Rbirt nt 79cl fiDe Shirt at M 39c Felt Hats 4 00 Hate 32- 935J4 298 300 2 28- 26O 198 200 139 ioo 119 100 J 79 Ladies Gauze Vests 25 eta Vests 19 Iii 11 10 8 Suspenders 50 ct Pair S8 19f5Mens Underwear Union Suits 160 Unionsuit 98 50c 39 25c 19 1 I 1 COME BEFORE GET 1j ALL i Cold Wet goods I t Business season Goods Stocks Wait Late Goods P r f Y of I of Suit Cost I I IlIe a i a II r UnderwearGarment UnderwearGarment WE WE find Fall Boys Knickerbockers 1 CO Panta 119 125 98 100II 79 15II 66 50 39 Mens Work Pants In Kaki Her ringbone and Birds Eye 3 60 Pants 278 300 28 250 198 200 148 160 + 98 1 00 79 Straw Hats Of All Kinds 3 50 Hats 268 300 228 250 178 2 00 148 1 EO 1 19 100 79 60 39 Mens All Wool SuitsThe Best Brand Made Go At 2700 Suits 1898 25 00 1698 2260 15 98 20 00 13 98 18 00 11 98 15 00 9 98 122Qr 898 1000 698 6 00 3 88 Boys Suits 7 50 Suits 5 48 6 CO 498 6 00a 4 9s BOO 398 4 O 298 3 fj V 248 S 00II 228 2 60IS 198 E 00as 148 Soft Walkers Shoes and Oxfords 60c shoes 47e 50c oxtordeI 39c 4 I to fItblack260 Oxfords jg200 jas t 160 zg 4 I Mens OxfordsPatent Tarn Mil Greyv II 4 00 Oxfords 360 t t300 4 11 260 J tl9s 200 Aas r C Ladies Oxfords in Tan 1Jand Suedet 1 3 60 Oxfords I 13300It 32 60r aAp 160II 200 1iCome everybody and Id I prove to you how low we are fpared to sell our goodsP1 kb J SAMIl r f I I l of 1l y r t 1910it r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 KVBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At U Per Year In Advance sHELTON SAUFLEYPubllshtr Altered at the Post Office at Stan I lord Ky as Second Class mail Our prediction Is coming true Announcement Is made by the Advocate t f that stating on next Monday Danville i will have a dally paper The old town is certainly getting n vigorous aank cnlng Kings Mountain Mr Walter Cannon and family of Livingston came here Tuesday Mr Cannon will be a coworker In the Growing business of O H Cannon Ctt visited Mrs James Alcorn her daughter Mrs Huey Cannon of WIl imorethis week 4Mr Montgomery Durham of Me visited Miss Ethel Lee Sun clay I1 SebasUn Chevlllet entertained the a f public Saturday night with an Ice 1cream supper which proved a very i event VirgIe Florence of Somerset IMIss her parents last week Clara Murphy has been 111 but P 7is improving Miss Elizabeth Dye is spending a fortnight with her sister Mrs Will Flanagan at Lebanon Junction Miss Adella Courtney spent a few days In our burg last week Mr Elveda Floyd and wife are visit ing their parents Mr and Mrs Rainey Floyd Mrs Moreland Smith gave a birth day dinner Sunday In honor of her little son Lucians 4th birthday- C D Evans purchased a new up right piano recently for his charming daughter Marion t 1Llittle Lyman Hatter has been very 111 with a dewpolsoned foot but is 1 better IDr J G Carpenter delivered a very VtInstructive lecture on tuberculosis- r r hookworm etc Sunday evening at f Christian church BOWMARS SUMMER TOURS tf tor TfcV r Write to Bowmars Tours Versallle Ky for folders giving details am cost of Bowmars ideal personally conducted tours to Niagara Falls tToronto Buffalo and Cleveland with 4 fine lake steamer trips Tuesday Aug 2 and to Atlantic City New York Phllaleiphia and Washington Thurs Iday Aug 11th lllgh Class accom modations Select parties t How to Cure Eczema Pimples And Dandtuff1 i l We deslro to say that when we took r J the agency for Zemo we were convinc ed that it was a valuable remedy for eczema pimples and dandruff Yet we f must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treat ment for skin diseases We are pleas ed to state that we shall continue the t rgeney as Zemo has given splendid results I wherever recommended Our cur tomers liko Zemo too because it is a clean vegetablelIquid for external use Zemo effects its cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease leaving the skin clear and healthy It does not soil the clothing or linen and r can be used freely onfrifants bookIJetwords how any person can be hared at home of any form of skin or scalp diseases by this cfcan scientific remedy G L Penny Druggist ITS GOOD TO REFLECTN well before going ahead with that new nlumblns wprK IJtttar yet Jt will be for outo consult us u to I the kind of plumbing you require We can show yon exactly the beet means of accomplishing your purpose at the lease possible expense We cannot Advise you aa to poor plumbing We are not risking peoples health for a Jew dollaM W 4 ii W K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky i Y l j i L It 1 AI Ii AY SO PECEPTIVE Mny Stanford People Fall to Realize the Seriousness Backache Is so deceptive It comes and goeskeeps you guess ing Learnthe causethen cure it Nine tinges out of ten It comes from the kidneys Thats why Doann Kidney Pills cure It Cure every kidney ill from backache to diabetes We present the following case In prooftThomas ElkIn Danville street Lan easier Ky says For a great many years I was a sufferer from kidney complaint and 1 had such severe pains in the small of my back that 1 was hardly able to get about The many remedies I used failed to help me until upon the advice of a friend 1 procurer n box of Doans Kidney Pills In n short time after beginning their use 1 Improved and It was not long before I was restored to perfect health 1 give Doans Kidney Pills the entire credit for the great change In my con dltlon and I recommend them as a re liable kidney remedy For sale by all dealers Price fO cent FosterMilburn o Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the nameoansand take no other Hustonville Special Clothing SaleMade to order suits J25 and 2750 suits for 1850 UO and 12200 suits for 1r Adams Brothers Hustonvllle A WRETCHED MISTAKE to endure the itching painful distress of piles Theres no need to Listen I suffered much from piles writes Will A Marsh of Slier City N C till I got a box of Bucklen8 Arnica Salve nd was soon cured Burns bolls ulcers fever sores eczema cuts chapped hands chilblains vanish before It 25c at Pennys Drug Store Be ware of Ointments for Ca Jn that Contain Mercury M mercury will weir flettroy the tone of jmtn tad completely dean tbe whole intern when entering n through tile nutous turUrt Such article should nerer be used except on pewrlp Uons from reputable physician u the damage they will do is ten told to the pond you tau potxibl cleo rive from them Hair Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney A Co Toledo 0 contain no mer cury slid to taken Internally means directly upon tbe blood and raucous surfaces at tbe system baylnx HUM Catarrh Core M rare you ct the renulne It to taken Internally and made m Toledo Ohio by l J Cheney r1C tireFold DrussBta TSe per Take limas Family Pull lor constipation ARTISTIC shades in our ready nixed colors For durablity and uniform high quality they are unequalled Talk paintsThenwith a small sample from ourstock nd watch results Youll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better apaint for the money anywhere Let our paint talk J A ALLEN Stanford Ky Spring Summer Stock HnveTyonr measure taken by a tailor of ex perlence Then your clothes whethera low price bnilnru tail or tbe Orient evening clothes will haw that Individuality nod nt which plainly ladlcut they were made toyourlmeoiuw I wilt alto take your meai torcoatsisamples on hAnd ready tot your Inspection HO KUILBY The Tailor 4tantorrl its NOTICE biheldbuilding July IMS AM twichers con theGradeded by law to attend Prof JtV Ire land instructor O SING LTO 302 Supt r C LICE TO SHAREHOLDERS QF LINCOLN COUNTY NATION AL DANK At a meeting of the directors ot this bank jit 1w JwnMPf houift in Stanford J7on June 1ll DlOtt was resolved that a meeting of the shnro holders be called toimoottfin TuuiQay Jill 26 1610 at lsiitllking tflf r iplqIto th4 g tlon of this bank n8 follows Kint To increase capital to100 000 and to authorize the directors to Mt price of new stock Sacnuil To increase tho number of directors to fllfteen W M Bright Cashier oj trj i I + LiY aY r1 wwwwwAUTOMOBILES SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES AGENTS FO- RFlanders 20 750 E M Fe 30 125O Haynes 2OOO 4000StudebakerSOooo If interested Phone us JIIBell 24 and we will gladly give you JI l Danville Ice Coal Co WHERE WE AN ARTICLE IT IS BE CAUSE OF THE QUALITY OF THE I OF THE CAN OR PACKAGE DEALERIF IF YOU WANT PRETTY PICTURES GO TO AN ART WANT THE BEST GROCERIES FOR YOUR TA BLE COME HERE TRY OUR NEW CAKE FOR YOUR TABLE I W H HIGG1NSStanford Kentucky Barn Lumber For Sale 120000 feet of Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Barn Pat terns which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn Hay or good Horses and Mules Prices on this very rea sonable for I want to sell Write me at once Respectfully 1 C J SIPPLE London Ky THOUGH YOU ESCAPE WITH YOUR LIFE what good is it if a firo leaves you penniless You are not as ounpas you used to be Starting over Again to make a Ipme will be a dishearten tag struggle Let us insure you so that such n possibility may be rendered impossible Think of your wife is well as yourself You should get insured on her account anyway Fish Penninglon Stanford Ky Phone 200 I YOU GET THE BEST I OF THE BARGAIN when you buy our Baughmans Fancy Patent Xo 1 Flour at our prlco Judg ing by compnrlsoir our flour Is worth more than we ash for it Buy a sack mid we know you will agree with Ui Especially when you se how far our Uanghmans Fancy Patent No1 flour toeS und how much better are yonr boetd cakes and pastry Jt H Baughman Co A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin HentucKy I am a graduate of Jones National School of Auctioneers Chicago and liave hull t x perlenco In the cattle anJtq nt the Union otouk 1 tgo where we sold omij tnorouEhbfedraS hlKh u IIBUO Alto In horse lulai whore 8uu sales were made each Auy Auctioneering li science and I have Sbeforemnke salts toyouriidYnntngo IHONKISH it n TI e IP c Danvlll ICy I RECOMMEND CONTENTS Bring Your Produce To Us We hire opened a produce home on Som end street and will pay the highest market price for all kinds of country produce lining ui your stuff M 0 BAST1N bt CO- Seaford Ky BLACKSMITHING Bring your Blacksmithlng and general repair work to m Horse shoeing we oppositePhillipsStanford KIJ L BeazleyCoJ Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur Theywillall Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the puunc with tbe best aiwell a the fruhcst of cut flower plants of all kinds bulbs potted flown on short notice Alto make a specialty of wreathfor for funeral purposes i Jkindprices C1IUI8TMAN lIDlMEHKD Btan rd Ky J J BELDENF- or house earring and sign painting deco retire riaper hanging also imggy trliniiiln otnll kinds such us tops recovered rurtalni and boots mnde Utopover Aldrldies black I KyPhoneJ J BELDsN W A TRIABLEFurniture awl Undertaking Day Phono 28 Night Phone 138 Stanford Hcntnr LN TIMETABLE I No rl HoatulltMpx I No II Houthionl A u- No 14 North 4 UO A M I NoSl North 819 Y n No 27 lots No tS 2fUP AIIJOS Se RICE Agont i MASONS MEET 1 Lincoln Lodge No CO K A A M will meet In stated communication on each not and third Monday nights of enoh month at 790 oclock In their on main treeet t tnn I lord Ky Jlemborsof sitter lodettfara fra ternally Invited to be present T W lon nlntctou rjcc 01 Harry Jacobs h Mnnnfncturerof a Marble and Granite Manu tarker and Posts montsCemetery and Lawn J and Ky Settees Olttct and works McKinney c91MMrINi t-r MHIHH Young And hue Mens j WEAR OUR SPECIALTY t zp I These little fellows we dress with i J Ipride Our suits are all cut with Knick erbocker trousers in beautiful patternsn and any price from 350 to 10 Od d trousers Knickerbocker styles sizes 5 to 17 in Kahki at 50c In Woolen 5 Oc lit H J McROBERTS 1r mr G L1enn no u Coffey E R Coleman W m cakoPhosphates I L1i q Grape Juice J- t b And a Large List of Genuine iThirst Quenchers At STORE mf ONCRETING t i w feInpoaltlent dXalrklte or rnd ettng Ben a utitv Worn Psv itii iu aI last wo rsn in tun 111tI1lQC frU111 OUie down to H fens post fn srve DU promptly nrid KUirnnteH llrtclaork umurim Oan and got our prises before you lacy your umt rlal at lent PHILLIPS BROS 4 Stanford Ky r + r Detroit Vapor I dl The Latest In OIL STOVES 1 t Absolutely wickless No As O bestos No Cotton Wicks ILoThe t I Summer Cooking 1 Makes life In the kitch en endurable in hot r weather GEO H FARRIS When Hungry T rGOTOOnfions Hegtnurant Lancaster Htn tr K3leals to llsDOJp iJhost plate lu wnfor a good quick meal Cooking to suit our customers r specialty Bplendld new lino of fancy Groceries j+ nmtttsa t ii Y Uot Coffee Bandwlches J1IQ sBnttsr milk anti sweet mllketcatalltime V A CARSON Prop tT I xa J nW pt FRIDAY JULY L 1810 I THE BIG SALE IS ON AT SEVERANCE Be SONS I I TWELVE Days Of Special ffwMPricesFrom July the 7th until I f July the 20th ISo i SEVERANCE SON Kentucky r 1 There Is a new lino of 2Gc box a- creI special values at Pennys Unit tore PERSONALS Tlldcn Cooper la gultc 111 and ty lib old fever la feared Jtflss Nancy Yeager spent several t Uiiys with Danvlllo friends Mr Richard Cobb visited In Hlcb mond last woekjRobert Harding Waters will return f to St Louis Sunday Mr J C McClary Is at Elixir 8jvhgs taking a well earned rest Mrs Rhoda Waters and family aro visiting Mr Frank Splnk near Leban on Junction Miss Fannlo Searcy of Lawrence burg Is a guest ot Miss Kato D Ha- De Miss Nannie Kennedy Is at homo UQrn Montgomery Ala for a short visit She baa a splendid position tborp Mr Hubert Spencer of Spring City ronnf was tho guest this week of dits Sara M Dunn Miss LucindA Lut s and Miss Kllza both Adams who arc attractive gvost of y1rsrt M Fryo at HustonvIIU were In Stanford yesterday Tho Ladles Aid Society ot the Christian church will inlet with Mrs T A Rico Tuesday afternoon at foI r di100iclIon Jerro A Sullivan will sail July 9th on the White Star S S UM tic for a summer abroad Ho will tour the British Isles the Continent and P northern Europe returning to Rich mom In SeptemberCllmax- Mre W 11 Hlgclns and daughter Miss Mary lllgglns nro spending R Tw weeks with Dr W Harry higgIns at Clifton Springs New York They will visit Niagara Falls Toronto utc n tbelP return trip Ayers Hair Vigor DRESSINGDESTROYS in diemsc 4CaIaI hereAskDoes FlairJI Miss Annlo Dunn Is at home from Cedar Springs S1 where she taught the past terra Mrs James Mention of Lebanon Junction was a pleasant visitor hero this week Mrs Clnrenco Tato and children are spendinG Several days at Crab Or chard Springs Mr W P GrimM has returned from Itansa City whore ho sport several weeks for his health Misses Bvn and Mattlo Wright of Illloys and Mr Walter Xoakos aro guests of Misses Jeanne and Martha Vtren Misses Mary Shepard Cook and Miiry llnney have been tho guests of 11r and Mrs William Kenney In Dan ville I rinse Peachlo Baugbrnan has return ed from St Joseph Mo whore with her sister Mrs Catherine McClarY sue has been the guest ot Mrs Smith Penny Mrs Wm Hyatt of Texas who was Miss Florn Dn lou before her mar Tinge Is hero on nv Islt to her parents Rev and Mrs Joseph Ballou Her many friends will be glad to know that her health Is considerably im proved r Q Q Q H H H H fp i Q H H H a n m ti a11 ey 9 s tzll o- ir It Comet1o m y ii J t 5th ltte P Fade iF- s iii le- S t 1 Buy our line of wool clothing 2 HThey will not fa dl1 Allwool Blue Serge or Light f Crash Suit or a Light Quar I terlined Twopiece Suit to II Will Keep You Cool on of 1l These Hot Days on 0 n Your Summer Va 4cation Trip aFf I 1 You Will Find Our Line u fIi i M os Cummins Wearent 4 f TO wf STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 4 Thisfstorc istheho nc ofHart Scliaffncr Marx clothes P sb o- St a rfffitsrt4Ffi iIiF i41IiYtF I INTERIOR JOURNAL Archie Traylor is with relatives in Kansas CJty Mrs J P Harper of Salisbury N C is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs T I Crow In Danville Mrs Crow returned from the South with her whore she mado a visit Miss Laura Carpenter entertained most delightfully at her home ou the Mllledgeville plko Monday afternoon in honor otthe mombera of her house carpelltersinltractho Drown Miss Martha Hommol Miss Mary Ashby Cheek Miss Lula Llllarcl Miss Jade Sims Miss Bertha Taylor Miss Angle MoConnell and Mss Fran cca Metealfe- i Short Local News Fly Paper Fly Screens Ply killers Fly everything at this Uoitr Store Another stock of Dollar watches at- at tho Country Stqre 1 I galore im buy 191 see the thCBantyrlStor July Is the time to settle accounts njl in debt to mo will please Mil and sotto Mice Bllu May Saundora JoxvUer suns hoes nnJ he1- OO1en I Qeo 11 Farris lassFor sale First City throAher at a bargain W 0 WujUw Stanlord Ky Ufcls for the mulcts milk at the Creamery will bo ro hOI by H J Mcltolorts Loal Tha tom ot an automobllo lantern RtwurU for rotqrn to M S Bangliiuau On Saturday JYJ 0thIwTJ sell trimmed hats 25 cents up to any price you went Dont mist buying your hat from MlM Ella May Sounder CoinpsUUUve examination for ap pointment to Stale colleg wil toe held In ny oftlc July 1510 0 Singleton Supt f For Snle Brand new Oliver typewriter latest model at a bargain Ed C Qalnes Lancaster 313 Pore Dprtng Sjel binder twine at f c pta n round J G wtuitrforil Jluitonvllle aal Attention everybody Special rock J bottom prices on hardware fir eerIa etc Dont fall to take advanuice this George D Hopper It soothes refreshes strengthens and purifies the stomach bowels and kidneys A tonic that prevents summer troubles Such IB HolllHteri Itocky Mountain Tea 35c tea or tab lets at Shugars anners T rofthThe young Go hen section were very charmingly enter talned Saturday evening by Mr and Mrs Josiah Dataon At 11 delight lul refreshments were served and at 22 the young people reluctantly de parted for their homes A petition has been filed by the wets at Richmond asking for a local option election on Sept 15 The city went dry three years ago Mr w A Carson received ths week from his daughter Mrs Beulah Pelphroy of the Old Antloch church neighborhood In Garrard some of tho finest home grown honey it has ever been ye editors pleasure to taste The Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian church will entertain tonight with n social at the church the entertainment planned for last week having been postponed The members of the young peoples socle ties oft he other churches are cor dially Invited to attend i a PROFESSIONAL AND- BUSINESS 2 CARDS W W BURGIN DENTIST Office at Residence ilfeCRAB ORCHARD KY DR T W PENNINGTON Dentist MIoWcoDRW AIG Oculist Vufl Optician OBfco over H J RcRoberts store Stanford Ky J P CHANDLEH Auctioneer I will conduct any kind of sales in Lincoln and surrounding counties If you wont good for mutt or stOOk see me Stanford RDNo 1 M IAuctioneer I will conduct sales In ihs and sur rounding counties Satisfaction jruar anteed Stanford llDNo lj PRESSED STANDING SEAM GAL VANIZED ROOFING Large nantlth8 Curried in Stor EADS TIN SHOP Stanford Phone 114 SPRING cleaners can secure the finest paper In the world to go under carpets mattings etc at the very lowest price at the iNTBnion JOURNAL office Alto lots ot nice clean papers for shelves ttc THE DEACON Five Act Comedy Drama At Acorns Opera House lliistonvillc Friday Night July Sth CAST OF CHARACTERS Deacon Thornton James Hall George Grpef Roger Hidl s George Darrnh alias Matt Back James Reed V Crepes Floy J Pedro an organ grinderJohnHicks Parson Brownlow George Barnette Pete n servant t Carlisle Myers Billy the Deacons GoyPaul Willis Mrs Thornton i Iw Floyd HelenEllaBarne t3 Miss Amelia Favvcett AAn a Barker Mrs Darrah OBlanclie Barnett I N ellcirRourta Blah Daisy Mina Floy r HUNDREDS Of Satisfied Custom are leaving our store every day Why7 t Not YoucStanford dT WheelerToni r Notes and Accounts Collected9iI fM J i We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States NP icharges unless we collect Also look after claims of all kinds d Bank references Correspondence solicited t J NAYS COLLECTION AGENCY 4 WOODSON MAY Mgr f Somerset Kentucky j- W1ien J l I I you want f I cseeThe Interior Journal i IStanford K i r JQlisvJII Kt i IHa OT PO cll MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS as Reasonable as Consistent with rIS y I Going Away 11 B stAre you going away to spendtvacation If so let us show iyour v you our line o- fSuitCases and Trunksit Dont borrow your friendmay bei + going away too IJ nhl W E PERKINS ICRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY I J I iI- d I I I It ijL K Hug lies T W Humble W O Martin GUlOXTORI We will sell you any pair of slippers left In our house at a great reduction Now the time to buy From 25 Iis 50 per cent in Vici Patfl 1 Tan Oxblood etc S50 Oxfords cut to 228 300 Oxfords cut to 198 I 250 Oxfords cut to 148 150 Oxfords cut to 118rI Our loss is your gaInJHUGHES MARTIN COD i 1 i CcdsNotionsShoesI STAN FCI1D f L i KENTUCKYI I L 1 y 1 JrC + a fIji h ti s k ey t ra ssir T 17111IlY1 liriltjKJVUSti1TAl7 Jr rmr k r CI CvnU TOWNSJND macYlllcJTRATOYcJ Y 7Av4IJRJ eorrfKf190a er nc rHAAfM COYKCXT IN GtAT 8AITAIt CHAPTER I t The Primitive Norm Whether she had fainted or fallen l asleep she did not know but this onu thing she was sure it had been dark I when consciousness left her and It was now broad day although the light seemed to come to her with a greenish tinge which was quite unfamiliar The transition between her state of ester day and that of today was as great as If she had been born Into morning from the womb of midnight and like a young animal she drank it in blindly I with closed could bear the thunderous roaring of the breaker1 + crashing upon the barrier reef Alone t her boat had been wrecked in the darkness of the night before the sound softened and mellowed l by distance came to her in a deep low accompaniment to the 11IIharper and nearer sounds of the bird singing and the breeze rustling gently through the long leaves of the trees t overheadThe sand on which she lay was soft and yielding and made a comfort t able bed for her tired body racked with weary days in the constraint and narrowness of a small boat It wasI too She had been drenched twhenshe scrambled on the shore and r fell prostrate on the beach retaining just strength enough and purpose 1enough to crawl painfully inward to 1 the tall palms grow before she Isr lapsed In whatsoever way it might have been into oblivion a Incoherent thoughts raced through her bewildered brain each one however bringing her a little nearer the l Awakening point of realization Then there ran through her young body a pang which dispelled the trem t1ulous and vague Illusions which her had woven about herself as she lay warm and sang and sunny at the W foot of the tall trees and she realized that she war frightfully thirsty so thirsty that ahT 4rS5tlH8W how t i fcBgry she was tThe demand for the material awak animal in her Her thoughts instantly they were at once onme supreme desire Coin her eNs unclosed and she sat IIcntered In the strong light The dri still low on the horizon full In the eyes and left moment dazed again She upon her hands extended her back staring seaward say thinking nothing until a 1behind sound to the right of her at her attention It was a sound made by a human voice and yet It was like nothing human that she had ever beard It was a wordless language less ejaculation but It roused her in terest at once despite her material 1cravingsShe weakly turned her head and there standing erect with folded arms looking down upon her was a man He was unclothed entirely save for a fantastic girdle of palm leaves about his waist She stared at him puzzled amazed affrighted He returned her look with an intent curiosity in which there was no suggestion of evil pur pose rather of great incomprehension an amazing wonderment There was nothing about him save the fact that he was there which should have caused any alarm In her heart for with a womans swift mastery of the possibilities of the other sex she no ticed in her vague terror and wonder ment that be was remarkably good to look at Indeed she thought that she I had never seen eo splendid a speci men of physical manhood as that be fore her In color he was white Save I that he was bronzed by the tropic sun be was perhaps whiter than she was His hair which hung about his head in a a wild matted tangle not unpictures que was golden his eyes bright brass Beneath his beard unkempt but short and curly she could see his firm cleancut lips His proportions were superb He was limbed and chested like the Apollo Belvedere In him grace and strength strove for predom- Inance He was totally unlike all that she had read of the aborigines of the South seas It was the man who broke the si fence as it had been the man who had broken the spell of her slumber He made that Queer little chuckling noise In his throat which sounded fa miliar enough and yet she hid beard It from the lips of no man before It meant nothing to her except that be who stood before her at least wag not dumb although the noise he made Was certainly so articulate speech as 4sheknew speech or could imagine It tAtany rate it was a stimulus to her fSheopened her own parched lips and to make reply but her thirst 1 with a rising terror and nervousness g made her dumb and no sound came torthThe man might be preparing to kill her He could do so U he willed she thought but she must drink or die If she could not speak she could make signs She leaned forward raised her arm hollowed her hand and dipped as it from a well and made aa if to pour K ilato her lips Then she- i t stretched out both her bands to him IB the attitude of petition The man Beared hard at her Wbrow wrlpJea if j It was such a simple sign that any savage would have comprehended it she thought and yet it appeared to her watching in despair that it took a long time for the Idea to beat into his brain She could wait no longer She rose to her knees and stretched out her hands again Water she gasped in a hoarse whisper Water or I die The man had started violently at her speech Giving him no time to recover she went through the motion again this time with greater effect for the man turned and vanished BUe fan m iIill gdba too exhausted fellow to blur even with her eyes If he brought the water she would drink it and lave if he did not she would lie where she was and die She did not care much she thought which would happen She bad so sickened of life before she essayed that open boat that she believed it was simply an animal craving in her which would make her take the water in case it should be brought her And yet when he did appear with a cocoanut shell brimming with clear sparkling liquid she felt as though the elixir of life had been proffered her Shed the shell with both bands which yet so trembled that most of the precious water spilledon her dress as she canned it to her parched lips This was good iri the end for Itthat vessel had been the famed Jotunehelm drinking horn she would have drained it dry ere she set It down As It was she got but little yet that little was enough to set her heart beating once more Emptying the shell of the last drop and with that keenness of perception which her long training had intensified and developed marking the while that it had not been cut clean by any knife or saw or human imple went but was jagged and broken as it from a fall itch dropped It on the landand looked again toward the man He held in his hand fruitbt some kind she did sot bow wt atlti was It might have been poison What mattered It Having drunk she must also eat It looked edible It was inviting to the eye and smell and as she sunk her teeth into It she found It agreeable to the taste also He bad brought it to her If be had meant harm present harm surely tie would ridthave given tile water She ale it confidently As the man saw her partake of what he had given her he clapped his hands and laughed She was grateful for that laugh It was more human than the babbling sounds which he made beforeThere was but little of the fruit Just what a child would have brought and this again was good for her for had there been an abundance in her need WaterlH She Gasped In a Hoarse Whisper she would have eaten until she bad made herself ilL When she had par taken she rose to her feet Before doing this she had extended her hand to him as if seeking assistance but he had simply stared at her uncomprehending and she had been forced to get to her feet maalded Once stand lag she trembled and would have fallen hot that she caught his arm and steadied herself by holding tightly to It The man started back at her touch Color came and went In his face little shudders swept odes liim bs mouthopel tii be lookedat her with a singular expression 1aw8 not unmixed with terror In his eyes for this was theflrdt time In his recollec tion or what would have been his rec ollection It his retrospective faculties had been developed that he had ever felt the touch ota woman hand ot any human hand upon him Noticing his peculiar demeanor in the to her perfectly natural situation the woman summoning some of the remains of the reserve of force which is in every human body until life Is gone released hie arm and stared about her leaning against tie trunk of the nearest palm This time and for the first time she took ia that expanse of sea barely yet beautlfulupon which her eyes were to look so often Out 1 1 T = h of the deep And the sight she had come Into what deep and into what day had she arrived T She turned and surveyed the shore The beach curved sharply to the right and to the left the long barrier reef following roughly site contour until the land obscured It on either side Back of her stretched a grove of palms and back of that rose a hill its crest bare and craglIke towered above a sea of verdure Through a chance vista she saw the mass of rock as a mountain peak On one side high precipitous cliffs ran down close to the shore and shut out the view Over them water fell to the beach Save in the person of the man beside ber there was not an evidence of humanity anywhere No curl of smoke rose above the trees No distant call of human voices smote the fearful hol low of her ear The breeze made music In the tall palms and in the thick verdure farther up the hill side birds sang softly here and there but there was n tropical stillness to which the great heaving diapason on the distant barriers was a foundation of sound upon which to build a lonely quiet Human beings there might be there must be on that Island if Island It were but if so they must be abiding op the farther side She and the man were algae Standing on her feet with a slight renewal of her strength from what she had eaten and drunk the woman now felt less fear of the man He had treated her kindly His aspect was gentle even amiable He looked at her wistfully bending his brows from time to time and ever and again shako ing his head as a great dog looks at the master with whom he would fait speak whose language he would fatt understand to whom he would fall impart his own ideas If he could She stared at him perplexed She was entirely at loss what to do until her eyes roving past him detected a dark object on the water line just where the still blueness touched the white sand The sunlight was re- Elected from gleams of metal and thinking that she recognized it she stepped from the shade of the palms und made her way unsteadily toward It The man without a sound follow ed closely at her side Her vision had been correct for she drew out of the sand a leather hand bag such as women carry It had been elaborately fitted with bottles and mirrors and toilet articles Alas K was in a sad state of dilapidation now The bottles were broken their con tents gone The bag had been lying Jn the bdat when It had been hurled on the bbarrier In the night and the same tom and tide which had borne her ashore had hurled It also on the sand But It had come open in the battering and its contents were piU ably ruined With eager eyes and lingers she examined everything She found Intact a little mirror a pair of scissors a little housewife which was not a part of the fittings and she wondered how It failed of being washed away two combs and a package of hairpinsShe fought against starvation and thirst and loneliness and despair as she had fought against men and she had not given way She had set her teeth and locked her hands and endured hardship like the stoutest hearted most determined KoMfer in the history of human struggles But as the realization of this small mis fortune burst upon her she sank down on the sands and put her head In her hands and sobbed Tears did her good She had her cry out utterly unhin dered for the man stood by shaking his head and staring at her and mak ing those strange little sounds but of feting in no way to molest her The water was beautifully clear and she could see on the other side of the barrier the remains of her boat Perhaps some time if there were need she could get to that boat but for the present all the flotsam and jetsam of her wild and fearful voyage lay in a watersoaked bag full of broken glass an 1 battered silver from which she had rescued a pair of scissors a mirror two combs a housewife full of rusty needles and some hairpins 0 vanitas vanitatuml She was wearing a serviceable dress of blue serge with a sailors blouse and a short skirt Putting her precious treasure trove within the loose blouse and carrying the battered bag which she meant to examine more carefully later she turned and made for the shade of the trees again For one thing the sun rising rapidly was gaining power and beating down with great force upon her bare head She had enjoyed the protection of a wonderful ly plaited straw Fat on her long voyage else she could not have borne the heat but that too was gone As she walked inland she noticed again oft to her right that stream of water which dropped over the tall cliff in a slender waterfsUa egret in ittag POOl at the base before It ran through the sands toward the sea She made herway thither ahdf at the brink knelt down and took looK draughts oft Eating and drinking evidently west together Jn the mind of the man for when she falssd her head she found ifm standing before her with both hands filled with some Qf the fruit she had partaken of before arid other fnilt She thought she recognized the breadfruit and a speclea of banana At any rate she ate again and having by this time recovered to some extent her mental poise she ate sparingly and with caution- Then having satisfied her material needs she knelt down by the stream and washed her face and hands How sweet was the freshness of that water to her face burned by the von and the wind and ftubjeoted rQ longtime to- the hard ifrajf of the briny was She would fejfcB glad tq hae taken off her elcthiag sod plunged into the pool to veirs4d ij8att et dips 1 c t iWu = from her tired body to have had the stimulus and refreshment ofJtsparkling coolness over her weary limbs But In the presence of her dog- likei attendant this was not yet possible Still she could and must arrange hei hair Of all the articles in her dress- Ing bag she was more fervently thankful at that moment for the combs than anything else the combs and the little mirror and the hairpins small things indeed but human happiness as a rule turns On things so small that the investigator and promotor thereof generally overlook them And wo know not tho slnnlflcnnce of the little until upon some desert island we art left with only those It was still early about eight oclock How was she to pass the day She must do something Silo felt she could not sit idly staring from sea to shore She must be moving No business called her she must In vent some The compelling necessity of a soul not born for idleness was upon her She would explore the land That was logically the first thing to be done any way and this was a highly trained woman who thought to live by rule and law albeit ber rules were poor ODe- sBbeltarted inland the man follow lag after She had gained confidence In herself with every passing moment The man who looked at her aa a dog she would treat as oneSbe must have some privacy She could not al ways have him trailing at her heels She turned by a great boulder pointed to It laid her hand on the mans shoulder and gently forced him to a sitting position by It Then she walked away He stared wistfully after her departing figure and as she turned around to look at him he sprang to his feetNo nol she cried imperatively making backward threatening motions with her hands whereat he resumed his sitting position staring at her un til he lost her among the trees Presently she turned and camo back to him It was so deathly lonely with out him He leaped to his feet as he saw her coming and clapped his hands as a child might have done his face breaking out the while into a smile that was both trusUul and touching She felt better since she had him un der this control and together they walked on under the trees- CHAPTER II Conscious of His Manhood High noon and they were back at the landing place and she at least was very tired Accompanied by the man who made not the slightest attempt to guide her after some difficulty she had succeeded In forcing her way through the trees to the top of the bill Part of the time she had followed the course of the rivulet from which she had drank at the foot of the cliff She was determined to get to the top for she must see what was upon the other side Humanitys supreme desire when facing the hills has always been to see what was on tho other side The slim ulus of the unknown was upon her but It was coupled with a very lively desire begot of stern necessity toknow what there was to be known of the land upon which she had been cast up by the sea liar view from the hilltopshe did not essay the unclothed and jagged peak she could make her way around Its base and see all that there was to seewas not reassuring She could detect on the other side of the island rio more evidence of life than were presented by that she had first touched upon In every direction lay the un vexed sea The day was brilliantly clear there was not a cloud In the sky No mist dimmed the translucent purity of the warm air Nothing broke the far horizon The Island fair and beautiful was set alone In a mighty oCean In so far at she could tell she and the man were alone upon It The thought oppressed her She strove to throw It off The silence of tbe man oppressed her as well She turned to him at last and cried out the words wrung from her by the hor ror of the situation Man man wbence came youT How are you called T What language do you speak Why are you here The sound other own voice gave her courage Waiting for no answer and indeed she realized that none could come she stepped to the brow of the hill where the trees happened not to be and raising her voice called a called and called There were ndI lag echoes from the jagged crag hind her but when these died away there was silence unbroken save by the queer babbling chuckling nolaes of the man She footedat him with a sudden sinking of the heart Had this godlike creature roaming the woods this lava of the Island been denied a brain articulate speech Was ihe doomed to spend the suet of her life alone in this paradfie of the apjtc w th a harmless madman forever by her wet wJ4ohbepn1dactotuiescience and in philosophy she was a master and a doctor She should have had resources within herself which would enable her to be independgatof- the outside world a world in ber experience selfbrought lad been bitter in which the last few weeks had been one long disillusionment And yet she was now overwhelmed with craving for companionship for articulate speech as if she had never looked into a book or given a thought to the deep things of life If this man beside her would only do something say something be OIIIBI ratherHian a silent satellite forever Btarisg la wonder woke could only above the mystery of his WOSeaee awe w 1 ewer the interrogation that his very existence there atone presented Her future her present Indeed should have engrossed her mind What she was do bow she was to live the terrible problems In which his presence on the island Involved her should have been the objects of her attention they should have afforded food for thought to the keenest of women She simply forgot them in her puzzled wonder at him It would have been much simpler from ono point of view if she had found tho Island uninhabited and yet since tho man was human and alive In spite of her judgment her heart was glad that he was there She motioned to him to sit down and then she sat in front of him and studied him He looked as little like a fool as like a knave She could In deed detect no evidence of any Intellec tual capacity but she thought as she studied him keenly that he possessed unlimited intellectual possibilities There was a mind back of those bright blue eyes that broad noble brow but it seemed to her a mind entirely undeveloped mind latent Here was a soul she utterlyI The Silence of the Man Oppressed Her half in fancy half In earnest that was virgin to the world How wise how deeply learned she might be she wan face to face with this primeval norm Could she teach this man anything He seemed tractable reverential deferential sow Knowledge was power Would It be power with hlmfCoud she open these sealed doors of hit mind What goods would outpour therefrom of pOwer of passion Would she be swept away It mat tered not Sho rant try The 1m pulse seized her to begin now Fixing her dark eyes upon him she pointed directly at him with her lager Man she said clearly and em phatlcallyHe always looking at her He bad scarcely taken his eyes from her since she had seen him In the tall grass by the shore but at her gesture and word his eyes brightened There was that little wrinkling of the brow again which she had noticed outward and visible sign of an inward attempt at comprehension Man I she said passionately Man she repeated over and over againAnd then the unexpected happened After Innumerable guttural attempts her unwitting pupil managed to articulate something that bore a dls tlnct resemblance to the clearly cut monosyllable Maul he said at last It was a tremendous step In evolu tion almost too grit for any untu tored human brain for at once the man before her received a name and the idea of name as well In that Instant on the heaven kissed bill he was differentiated from all the rest of creation forever His consciousness hitherto vague floating incoherent in definite was localized given a habita lion and a name He knew himself in some way to be Man I he cried growing more and more confident with every repetition and more and more accurate In catch ing the very Intonation with which shespokeMan he cried laying his hand upon his breast Man He leaped to his feet and stretched out his arms The doors were open a little way Ideas were beginning to edge their way through the crack Mont Man Man he cried again and again cooking eagerly at her She rose fa turn and patted him on the shoulder encouragingly as she might a don And again the touch the second touch that she had given him affected him strangely io strangely thai for a moment she felt the soul within her shrink but realis Inc tootantiy that her domination over 111 was ptrtjpal and immaterial and that tbe Mtgttest evidence of timidity fouid be translated into pnlnrNllan guage wnloh eyen the J01Ies understands aad that her dominion would go on the instant she mastered herself and mastered him Although sle waa but a woman whom be might brokenIn his hinds she ddxn inatei M conscious soul ever dominates the unconscious soul She essayed no more lessons but turned and retraced her way to the shore where she had landed which because she had landed there she called home On the way she attempt ed an experiment She plucked from a lowbuaha bright colored fruit of whose quality and characteristics she wax ignorant and aiowly made u it to convey it to her Ups Kai ailed the voice behind her rttetrag tliaont7 + ItVUyrM f fci fgj per compaaloa looking fixedly at raw aM i other fruit whieh he had ered She handed him proleriqJI plucked in exchange lie I head not in negation but bewlldermentalld threw It and then she understood in some way fJ that tho fruit was not good for food How he had divined It she could not tell Some compensating Instinct sharpened by use into a protecting quality had taught him Sho had no such Instinct She bad Jnned to de pend upon reason and siservatlon and these failed her i presence of this unknown She wan humbled a little In this thought She craved meat and salt having been trained to these things the arU ficial diet and stimulant to which she had become accustomed and her crav ing was the more insistent because she bad been without them all that time In the boat And yet when she had eaten the fruit that nature had pro I vided in that tropic Island her crav ing was abated and she was satisfied She felt that she could soon grow ac customed to lIch a diet If It were nec estary So musing she passed on un der the trees and sat down en the sand again Tbe next thing she remembered she as unclosing her eyes aa she had done early in the morning and the 41Iman was still watching bjr her side She had been eo utterly wearied by her strange adventure by her lost staraUorainIt weariness overcame her Ho had watched by her side without molesting her It was late In the evening now The problem of the night had to bo faced This time the man took the initiative He walked along the shore I a little way and them looked back at I her and repealed the process once or twice ai a dog might have done who W was desirous of bringing his master to I some appointed place Understanding I the rose and followed him He led her I along the sands now shadowed by tho tall palms until they came to the riru I let where she stopped and drank onco more They patted It be plunging bodily through 1U shallows she leap- Ing from rock to rock until she reached the other bank He went swiftly around the face of the cliff As she passed the point she saw that It curved suddenly inward away from the shorts Into a sort of amphitheater and fair In the center of the face she perceived an opening He halted there and entered fearlessly she following Tile cave was roomy aad spacious at least It seemed so In the fading light la the morning when the sun shone through the opening It would be flooded with da7 gbt but now when the sun was sinking behind the Bill it was quite dark It wu dry and clean and apparently empty The tfan stood looking at her smiling at least there wan a UIi O ot s smile UPOB his lips He was nodding his head She understood that M lived there The dog had come back to his kennel and bad taken this adz qualntance there too It would be a good place to pass the night The night had to be pasted somewhere How wu the problem She bad little fear of any savage ani mall on the Island There had bees no evidence of them observed In her progress the man himself was tetti many to Immunity of attack from that source Had It not been for him she could have lain down In that cave with quiet confidence and slept with out apprehension of molestation but he complicated the issue Twice he bad watched by her asleep but that was In the broad daylight When darkness came what then Her of heart was filled with terror She was suddenly afraid of the dark a childish fear at which her soul would hue mocked In other days and under other 1 conditions But now she was a prey to vivid apprehension and the night was coming on with the swiftness of the tropics She was glad that she had slept through the long afternoon She would endeavor to keep awake during the night She mutt turn tho dog out of his kennel and occupy that herself How was she to enforce her will under the circumstances She could only try Man she said pointing to the door goi The words conveyed nothing but the gesture meant much Even to them n association with his1 kind for one day had effected a revolution in him He hung undecided however before her while she repeated again and again her Injunction Finally she took him by the shoulder risking the peculiar emotions that contact seemed bring to him and thurst him gently the entrance outside Then 110 went back Into the cave farther i walled with a beating heart She could see him silhouetted against the twilight standing where she had left him He came toward the door at last and stood is the entrance No not abe cried fiercely praying that the note of terror might be lost In the Imperative tones of bar voice Man gelsShe stood waiting and he likewise Mustering her courage at lat the went over to him and thrust him out Again and again the little drama was until by and by It became Im pressed upon the mind of the man thai ho waa to sitar out and she waa to stay in He came no more to the entrance He stood outside aloof looking In although in tho growing darkness be could not see her It was the second thing be had learned The first ray of light in his dawning consciousness bad Illumin ated the ego the personal the con crete He was learning now the significance of a verb and an abstract idea was being bred in him and some concept of constraint was entering his being The first of thoselong checks treeedama rr c ss 1JULY 9f 1910 girt tIt be was thea MM ting hint face i I ta face He had slept la that cave she imagined for years and Suddenly he Was thrust out There was no hard blp la that except the hardship In the aecessltx for obedience If hard ablp that might be The night was balmy sect pleasant no shelter was seeded It was the fact that h 4 had to KOf that he wu subject to another will and purpose that something higher than himself was overruling him which might be hard It would hue been hard for the woman She thought however that the limited comprehension of the man might not enable him to realize It He stood a lone time on the sand while she watched him Had she con quored Had ho learned his lesson Had she laid foundations upon which consciousness of life and Ita relations might be budded Would she be free from the terror of molestation which In spite of herself sought expression In her voice and mannor Would she bo permitted to pass the night undls turbed Was her power over him suf flclently definite to be established and to be of value Suppose she had not t succeeded In mastering him In dom mating him She shuddered at the probabilities Involved Of all the beasts of the field the most terrible when he Is a beast Is man She was not a weak woman She was above the middle height athletic a splendidly developed accustomed tQ iHI Stood for a Long Time on the Sand the exercises of the gymnasium and the field but her strength was no match for his One rar of safety ap paired In the tact that she believed him Ignorant alike of the extent of his power or of the possibilities of the situation She wondered what strange thoughts were going on In that latent brain over which by the use of moral force sad courage she was striving to IttabUh domination She rejoiced to fId that even In the midst of her anx ieties she could think so clearly about the situation DIG he know his lesson she won dared She could only hope If she only had a weapon she thought the weakness of sex might be equalized There was nothing Yes her thought reverted to the womanly pair of sofa ors With trerabllng hand she drew then forth and clenched the little toot ef steel tightly It was a poor depend I fee but the best she had And then t she drew quietly back Into the n IIUIlaat She watched and waited resolved If t accessary to remain awake the long I sight throulIOutside the saab haft stood motionless a long time after the gnat repulse The dusk bad not yet melted Into dark out there and be was easily visible gainst the sky framed by the opening u a dim picture She was hardly aware of the Intensity with which she watched Wax and abe was greatly sur paced when she saw him at last kneel down upon the sands She saw that the palms of his hands wore pressed together In front of him that his head was bowed that his attitude was that of prayer I He was saying some thing She could hear him without difficulty She could distinguish no words In the rude succession of sounds that seemed to come from his lips bather cute and quickened perception seemed to recognize a nearer resemblance to articulate speech than anything she had yet heard from him What was he doing In a flash the woman realized that the man was praying The realization smote her- r like a blow for this woman had long lace put away prayer In her philoso phy of life there was no place for God IB her scheme of affairs tho DivineI was unlmmlnent And yet that Island In the darkness despite her attempt to mock away the con sciousness she was relieved at that sight The little ritual on the sand ended with the one word her pupil knew Mani he said striking his breast again and staring upward toward the koaveas Mail he Cried aa It In his ass eoBidloUsnsss he would rain In troduee himself to his Maker the woman thought His Maker her lips writhed Into a bitter smile that was halt a sneer What would he do next 1 He rose to hisV feef and peeped tow icftb door the grasped the scissors tight er sad held her breath Dut he had learned his lesson With indescribable relief she saw him turn aside and cast himself down upon the sand whore he lay motionless If she bad had any faith she would have breathed Thank God As It was she was very glad the watched him a long time spec ulating on the questions she had asked 4 aim on the hill In the morning who ke was what he was whence he tame where he had learned that bab his of prayer why ho was devoid of speech what Nas the God to whom thoseIThe desolation sad leaellnesa of the Nand might have crushed her Re- lIeved from her immediate apprehen stone the man delighted her She would Investigate him analyze him synthesize him teach him She would mother him as a woman a child No such opportunity as waa hers had ever presented Itself to a human being Free as she Imagined herself from Inherited prejudices devoid of old su perstitions crammed with now learn- Ing Illuminated with new light ab horrent of narrow things she fancied herself welt fitted for that strangely maternal and preceptive role In which chance had placed her She would play upon that mind virgin to her touch II she might use a womans word until It ran In harmony with her own Alone upon that Island the rest of tho world away she would had occupation In terest Inspiration In that nascent manlie lay so still and so quiet that presently she arose and tiptoed softly to the entrance where unseen she could look down upon him The moon rose back of the hill Although he was In tho shadow there was still re traction sufficient to enable her to see his taco He wan asleep The quiet dreamless unvexed sleep of a healthy nnlroalj jbe thousjU Their positions wore e had watched her andIdisfavor In her mind after her Inspec tlon Ho was a bold splendid piece of whet Clay She would put- a soul in him her spul Her soul wag the only thing she know She forgot or If she remembered It disdained the ancient concept that before the dust of the earth became alive It had to be permeated with the breath not merely of man or woman but of God She came back at last and sought her corner disposed her limbs to rest and kept through silent hours her lonely vigil So long as he slept she was sate When he awakened what then So long as his mind slept his soul slept his consciousness slept she was sate but when they too awak ened when whatsoever light there might be that dawns in personality dispelled the night of Idle dreams In I which he lived what would happen thenInstinctively I she shrank from the thought of the future She was as one who Dad a potont talisman In her hand and foared to put It to the touch So the fisherman In the Arabian tale If be had known the contents of the corked bottle thrown up from the sea might have hesitated ere ho drew the t stopper and released the prisoned spirit She must watch she must walt she must be on her guard She forgot that when she had called him Man and laid her hand upon his shoulder she had begun an evolution which no human power could stop Never had the hours seemed so long and sat strange to her Nothing hap paned Even the capacity to think gives out In the strongest mind the acutost brain temporarily or other wise She was very tired the silence was oppretlt the rusty scissors fell from her bask sad at last she slipped down upotf hla4ICI drifted away lath that tbiblf that suspension of- cOdseibuisek la wfclcb far the mo meat fabVisevM as tie man Tke rtfsxgof UI tin wu Just sptlaglag frost tMsa when Its level rays woke her She opined her eyes to fled the man standing la the open ing CHAPTER III The Word of the Book This awakening was not as had been that of yesterday She prided herself on being In full possession of her fsc ultles at once and she arose Instantly and stepped out upon the sand The man gave way to her respectfully as she passed through the entrance The mind Is brightest In the early morn Ing after sleep She would give him another concept before the uses of the day Impaired his receptivity She had differentiated him from the rest of cre ation when she taught him that he was a man She would show him now that his was a divided empire by de Glaring herself a woman She laid her hand upon her own breast and said clearly Wpmanl giving the first syllabi the long o and definitely accenting the second She pointed to him and repeated Man to herself and repeated Woman Patiently over and over ngaln she said the word until by and by he could say It too The baby beglne his language with monosyllabic sounds which mean lit tie and yet which have been identified with the mother It was fitting that this man who was as a child and yet as a man should begin with something deeper than Infantile babble Nan and woman she drove these two Idea Into his consciousness before the ceased her task If his Idea of man wad at first Infinite she gave him the concept of limitations imme diately following Ho was avid for instruction Once ho had learned the words ho babbled them man woman man woman until the Iteration was almost mad dining While she washed her face and hands at the stream he plunged Into a brimming pool fed by the brook ere It descended to the sea She noticed that be could swim like a fish Itself naturally Instinctively in an un trained way of course without the fancy strokes la which she hid been taught but brilliantly and well never theless She would have given the world for a dip but It was not to be not yet that Is Then they breakfasted and she tried rUk1NTE1t1Cn OUKNAL to teach hiss No and Yes and the weaning thereof She Intended to make a circuit of the Island later but there was no hurry She began to realize that time wan nothing to her or to him and so she Idled under the trees setting him tasks as the picking of fruit and then stopping him with ZTo and encouraging him with Tee until he had some idea of those words also It waa a relief to her to get them firmly fixed In his mind for they provided him with alternatives to the man and woman words on which he harpedAfter a while they started around the island It was perhaps six or eight miles In circumference There was a sand beach everywhere except In one place where the rocks came sheer down to the shore From what she could tell by an Inspection of the surface there was an underwater en trance to some cave in tho rocks which some day might be worth ex plorlng On the other side of the island from the cave which was already denoml nated home In her mind she came across the remains of a ships boat deep bedded in the sand The boat had been perhaps wrecked and broken on the barrier reef or possibly it had Bailed the entrance new at handthe onty opening In the encir cling guard of splintered rock which she had seenand had been hurled upon tho beach where It had lain through years until burled in the shifting sand Only the gunwales of the boat and the stem and the stern were exposed Sho had no Idea as to what Its condition was but she prom Iced that so soon as she could she would raalje sljlfj gtsornethln for a shovel and dig It out Sho gazed at It for a long time wondering if It were an explanation of the presence of the solitary Inhabitant of the Is land but nothing was to be gained by wonderment and speculation- A little stream she noticed trickled from under a thick covert across the sand toward the sea She turned and Idly walked away from the beach fol lowing tho stream The man who had stood with her watching the boat did not for a moment notice her but so soon as he discovered her direction ran after her and without offering to touch her barred the way with ex tended arms No no he cried his first real spontaneous use of the word She stopped reflected waved the man aside and went on There was something In the coppice that he feared She had not known that he possessed the faculty Her curiosity wax too strong to be denied She must see what It was She quickened her pace as If to shako him off but be easily kept by her side plaintively ejaculating his monosyllabic negative It was evident that he knew the mean leg of the word she was glad to sea When she reached the undergrowth of the coppice she hesitated in appre hension of she know not what but summoning her courage parted the reeds and peered In them She shrank back with a sudden cry of horror for at her foot the vegetation springing through In every direction lay a skeleton a human skeleton It lay She Shrank Back with a Sudden Cry of Horror athwart her path and at the feet was a smaller skeleton which she judged to be that of a dog With Instinctive repugnance she released the rushes and turned hastily away Yes yes said the man by her side with an expression of unusual relief on his face which she could scarcely tall to notice She knew that she could not thus evade her duties or shrink from her problems Sho bad marked the gleam of metal amid the bones She knew that she would have to come back and examine those last remainders of hu man presence other than their own upon the Island but she could not do it just then There was nothing else that she discovered oa her tour about her pris on until she returned to the cave It was afternoon by this time and she determined to employ some of her hours Iia more careful inspection of it Realizing that the lesson of the night before If re enforced and maintained would stand her In good stead she made the man remain outside while she went within Her hope was to en tabllsh in his mind a custom of avoid anco of that recess which should de velop into a flied habit else she could not be free She could always secure a few moments respite from his pres ence at least she had done so hereto fore but she did not dare to try how he would sustain longer absences hence the necessity for establishing herself In the cave as a harbor of refuge a sanctuary At first glance there was nothing within the little apartaeat washed outages ago from the hard stone by what action of water she could well imagine but as she scrutinized It closely she noticed In a recess a part where the rock wall cropped out In a sort of low shelf On the shelf won der of wonders I lay a book Next to humanity a book she thought would be the most precious sharer of her solitudeIt a small leatherbound vol ume Dust In the form of tiny par tlcles of sand lay thick upon It The cave was sheltered from the prevailing winds else It might have been burled but under the circumstances it might have lain there for ages and In that dry pure air have suffered no deterioration or decay Crusoe was petrified when he saw the footprint in the sand The woman was not less startled or less amazed when she saw the book on the rock With a little cry of delight she stepped toward it bent down lifted It up handling It carefully In spite of nervous exultation shook the dust from It and opened It She instantly let it fall from her hands with a look of dis appointment and disgust One glance was enough The book was the Bible She had no Interest in the Bible a col lection of ancient genealogies and timeworn for the credu lous and Impossible lengends mixed up with poetry whose Inspiration was trivial and history whose details wore false For this woman who had for gotten how to pray and who had abol ished God had little use for the Book of Books Rather any other printed page she had thought bitterly than tbat one he had upon Impulse not In her disdain for the Bible and that for which It stoodthat was grounded upon reason and philosophy she fond ly believed but In her actlod In cast log it from her It bad no more than rolled upon the sand at her feet when with swift r eonslderstjonlhe stooped and lifted It again It had her that there might be writing there in and that the writing might give her a clew to the mystery of the man She knew that births and deaths were fre quently entered upon the blank leaves Interposed between the Old and New Testaments Unfamiliar though she was with the contents of the book she easily found the place and eagerly looked at the leaves Alas they were blank She turned to the fly leaves at the beginning of the book There was a name written there and In a womans hand John Revell Charnock she read Below was a date 25 years before the moment of her landing John Revell Charnock It was a strange name English In part with a suggestion of France In the middle name It meant nothing to her Was this John Revell Charnock who stood outside looking at her If so who was John Revell Charnock The problem was not greatly elucidated There was no evidence that the book belonged the man or the man to the book toI even that the one appertained ly to the other There was a certain likelihood however that they had come to the WIand together She had been sure that the man was a white man She had thought that he looked like aa American an Eng llshmaa an AngloSaxon and the longer she looked at him with the Bible In her hand the more sure she becameShe been disappointed that the book had turned out to be the Bible but at least It would serve one useful purpose it without the laborious effort IDvolyed In making letters upon the sand she might teach the man before her to read She wished she had a worthier volume from her point of view through which to introduce him to the worlds literature but she would do the best she could with that It was pitiful as she saw it that with a nascent soul to work with she should be compelled to en lighten It through the medium oftlme worn superstition Below the shelf not quite buried lathe sand there was a small metal box She knelt down scraped the sand away and presently uncovered it It appeared to be of sliver It was of such a size that she could clasp it easily In her hand She opened It not without some difficulty and found with in itnothIng I Well not exactly nothing but certainly that for which she could sea little value There were several hard pieces of atone of a red dish color chipped and shaped In curi ous fashion She turned the box over and examined It on all sides There were Initials upon It a monogram She rubbed It clean with her hands and studied It carefuUyJ R C The book and the box had belonged to the same person John Revell Charnock She laid the box aside and searched the cave further There was abso lutely nothing else to be seen Disap pointed vaguely although she had expected nothing and had gotten more Indeed than she might have imagined if she had thought about it she laid the book and box down upon the ledge and went out again She walked along the sands until she name to the plies where she had landed the day be tore The tide was low 8o could see the wreck of her boat partly oa the barrier reef and partly la the water It would have been no trick for her to swim to it In the stillness yet she hesitated to attempt it Cer tainly weighted down by all her cloth lag It was a matter of difflculty and inconvenience If It were not for this man by her side She tried to think of souse way tq restrain him keep hue away but nothing occurred to her In vention was paralyzed by the situation In which she found herself Desperately bidding him stay where he was she wont back to the cave She was face to face with a crisis which had to be met Indeed the tuesttoa of clothes was becoming a 1 very ierionione with her and abe knew she should have to decide upon some course of action immediately For the present she took off her gar mental hoping had priyingln a shiver of dread and anxiety that he wbuld remain where she had left him which indeed proved the fact She laid aside all that she had worn except the blouse and skirt Including her sadly worn shoes and stockings Thus light ly clad she came out on the sand again He did not notice any change in her condition As a matter of fact she gave him no time for she flashed across the sand at full speed and plunged boldly Into the smiling water of the lagoon He followed her In stantly and swam by her side with scarcely any exertion whatever- It was not long before she reached the barrier reef It stood up a foot or two above the water now the tide be- Ing low and she clambered upon It The sharp rocks cut tier naked and tender feet unused to such exertions and unfitted to such demands but she persevered The boat had been beaten to pieces It had been forced over the reef by the hurl of the sea The stern had been wedged In between some projecting rocks The rest of It had been torn away and had fallen Into the lagoon There was no wind the sea was unruffled She could see as If through a glass the wrecked re mains of the boat There was nothing In It except the battered motor use less for days before she landed slnce her supply of gasoline had been ex hauated Everything else had been wasted of It an carried Into the- aee0frecesses ot the lagoon where they were inaccessible to the human visionStop Under what remained of A- pIece of thwart she caught a little gleam of metal Calculating the dls tflnce nicely she plunged In and dove Keeping her eyes open sho easily found the piece of metal dislodged It from the place where It had fallen and came to the surface with It It was a sailors sheath knife with a bit of lanyard fastened to It She had had a fancy to wear It In her sailors blouse and she had missed ft since she had come ashore But there was nothing else in thr boat not a thing nothing on the barrier reef She tried to pull the stern away where it had been wedged but found that impossible She tugged at it valiantly but could not move it In despair she turned to the man who had watched silently as usual ands int He emed to understand for he came and with great effort lifted the torn part of the boat from the rocks and laid It down at her feet She threw it into the water where of course as It was wood It floated easily Then with a nod to him she plunged In and together they guided It to the shore he taking his cue from her action She had a fancy to test his strength and she managed to convey to him by signs mainly by trying herself In vain to pull It apart what she wished him to do The impossible to her was childs play to him and In a moment the several pieces of the boat which made up the stern were scattered on the beach There was ono straight piece which went across the stern of the boat and made a little box for the coxswain to sit In which would do for a shovel It was too wide but she broke it against a big stone and was possessed of what she wasted The ends were rough and serrated and unfit for her hands but these she smoothed by the aid of her knife She sharpened the other end aid soon had a rude semblance of a shovel She in tended to use that oa the boat oa the sand the next day Finished with this she looked at the man and sighed in despair Could she ever get rid of him Instantly there flashed Into her mind that which she had before overlooked as of no moment A long heavy boat rope the boats painter she had noticed when she dove lay floating by the side of the boat from which it had not been severed An Idea came to her Dropping the shovel and followed by her satellite she plunged In once more and again swam to the boat Wasting no time she dove as before found the rope and having previously opened her knife cut It quickly and came to the surface gasping There were perhaps 10 or 12 feet of It It was a stout piece of rope of unusual quality as bad been every thing on board the yacht The very IhldIdcould break It She had amused here self on the cruise by learning the rudi menu of seamanship and she could tie knots like any sailor This little accomplishment was to stand her In good stead She wrapped the rope around her neck plunged In the la goon for the third time and swam once more to the shore She led the way up the sands to the palm grove Then she tied the rope around the maaa neck not In a slip noose of course but iaa hard circle and quickly made a running bowline around the nearest tree He had not made the slightest resistance He had BO Idea evidently of what she was do lag or the purport o her motions Then she turned and Went away from him quickly He started for her at oacQand was nearly jerked from his foot by the tautening of the rope It was a new situation for him yet his hands instinctively went to his throat and be strove to tear away the noose putting forth such a prodigious amount of strength that she stood In horror lest he should part the lashing But It was male of stout stuff and he had BO purchase although he pulled until the sweat stood out on his forehead from tho violence of his efforts they were of no avail She had not dared to Interfere or to say a word but when she saw his efforts slacken she punted to the sands to Indicate to him 4 1StPAGE SkYEh that he was to sit down and then ski went away conscious that while the rope held she waa free She was COlt oclous of another thing too and that aatjbitterwhich he had never before been suVi Ject i She bad rejoiced la his companies ship of course It had given her somar thing to do her mind something t8j work upon and would do more la s future but she never enjoyed a sao meats freedom more She ran to thi little amphitheater formed by Ujl cliffs where the cave was and throw Ing aside her blouse and skirt she IwH urlated In a bath In the fresh coo delightful waters of the pool at Uji base of the fall There was a certal amount of apprehension for of course he might break bis tether at any Um but she was sufficiently confident B to let this take away the pleasure sJ felt In the bath of fresh water atithe long experience with the salt sets If she had had a cake of soap slM would have been completely happy f She had much to do and she couA not linger For one thing she had tl face the problems of clothes She bU absolutely nothing when she lanty except what she wore Besides th Iherr A Gleaming Figure tike an OlympiaI ji Goddess outside on the rocks where they woul soon dry in the sun They had beg 1Thenneedles and thread of which 1 F possessed some store la the housewliwhich had been saved from her bsP she thought she could make shift 1 manufacture three or tour open at the neck without careerwith skirts that came to garments just sufficient for modest There was no other need for cloth so far aa that went In that b IslandNaturally she shrank from this expedltalhronce Indeed they were la none tot good a condition u It was and whety they wore worn out she would havsr nothing She would not have bar tated a moment had it sot been f the man but man or act the declsl In her mind was one to which I stet come m wonUnlike most overeducated she was still expert with her BO aad u her garments wen to be e the simplest she had not ouch dlfll culty la making over her silk skirt la the way she fancied Belted la at the waist it would do She would use the rope that bound the man for that pur pose keeping It always about her She had of course but one pair of stock lags and one pair of light canvas boat ing shoes which were almost cut to pieces She would have to go bare foot Putting her blue serge dress and the rest of her clothing carefully away Inculdlng her shoes and stockings aba stepped out oa the sands bare armed bare footed a gleaming figure like to aa Olympian goddess She was a woman naturally dark in complexion and while the urn would probably bum her cruelly and burn her young flesh never exposed to its lateaslty darker she would not grow rod or blister 0tw was thankful for that with uncoasclouq femlaliilty At aay rate she must got used to going out In the sun without fea People Ball ves who were born and lived la this latitude did become accustomed to such things she knew so undoubtedly could she With these thoughts ihb napped around the headland attd walked across the beach toward the palm tree where she could see In the fading light of the afternoon her prisoner was still tiedModesty is a negative term That which is indecent exposure la a ball room Is thee height of convention on a sea shore Certainly this man bad ae concept of such a quality Ho hat not noticed before wkealh bad come out barefoot to swian to this barrier wet and yet s cisbow she fended aa he stared at her approaching that this tlsao he marked the difereaco And a slow fiery blush Saved over her from her bare teat ta her bare head ox tended along her bare arms She stopped under tilt persuasion of Im pulse to turn and go back to the cave and resume her clothing at least so long as It might last But she was a womaa of strong wilt She reasoned that all the emotions to which she waa subject were ia her own bosom that the man before her neither knew nor cared as to the things which vexed her So sbo went on Sbe had In her hand the sailors half with the blade open She co U4 To be continued a JI PAGE styL I t iili MONEY CANNOT BUY A BETTER PAINT THAN BANNAS 6REEN SEAL The Paint possessing every essential quality Nothing but what should be there Nothing lacking that will Improve Pigments scientifically combined and finely ground Pure Linseed Oil The Made to Wear Paint that outwears all others and that wearing away does gradu t ally leaving a perfect surface for repainting FOR SALE L L SANDERS Crab Orchard and G B PRUITT Moreland n ItNurse Says goodrpIc writes Mrs Clara Dykstra a trained nurse BellinghamMmedicine for girls and women makes them j feel like new petsons lieves their pain and reg elates womanly troubles 1Bothmy daughter and I great benefit 51 in it It in in 50 BY It re CARDUI The Womans Tonic IAs a medicine for fe r male trouble no medi r sine you can get has the old established reputation 1 that Cardui has Fifty tJ years of suc cess pr ve that it has stood the greatest of all tests ts test of TIME t As a tonic for weak women Car ui is the best be cause it is a womans tonic Pure gillie safe reliable I Try Cardui flttenheim r s t P Mrs Annie dyer and children of Lr t Cincinnati are here for their health L He Ben Henzen also of Clncin t jriaU spent n week her with hjs father Mrs Leo Kyer spent several tiny n r y cwii1 1rs John Wentzel H JlUs Helen VIentjes went to Lou 4 t I syiHe Saturday where she will visit 10 few days and then go to Chicago Mr Adolph Spitzer and sister ire jiiera from Wisconsin visiting relative a ii Valter WarHeld of Highland waa ever Saturday to see his friend i rank WIenlJes- TJiero vas a large crowd at the Xierraan pjcnlc the Fourth The bad weather was the only unpleasant fea luroTommypctrey now occupies the 4ioi of his brother who recently moved to Tennessee pluses Alma and Martha Gangloff Ire home from Cincinnati Van W S Burch attended the ifiennan picnic Monday I Fred Hcndorf has bought a new I lair binder paf C McClary t Undertaker Apt E nbalmor Y- orji i torijTANFORDI Phon JW Horn P ion av I YEARSI I i TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cleIon tensing a sketch and description n7ynjtcklr uctrUIn our opinion w n tlr j mention probably t tpI Cotnmunlcn Uo a rlcUeonllclentlt ANDISODtt on Patenti 1eatfree uiatft for taken through Muiin t rcleiaogk4wahoutcbaraelothei Atentt F paUtHan of imf eHentlBo lourna lerseltdrTerm 13 a BoUball ooJ4MIen j I wYuriI JkuaokUftoti sc WIIID11I0110Co 111 t Z ill +Rfi R I Crab Orchard lBanktng CoQ Doing business ntGrab Orchard Lincoln County K At the close of business June a19t0- I Resources Loans and Discounts with one or more endorsers as sureties and Mortgages 32001165 Other Stocks Bonds Etc Due troll National Banks 4314 rUS and National Bank Notes 1S5 00 Specie 09 j5 Checks and other cash Items Overdrafts secured i1S3 11 Taxes Current expenses paid 7670- 9ifeatostatlbunklugttonse 15000 153 00- I I 9361- 1Ltnblilllesr Ospltat stock paid In In cash 115000 00 Surplus Funds 170000 Indlvlded profits 8417 fit Fund to pay TIne 1S5 54 Deposits subject to check ton which Interest Is notjraldl14r4p 31 Demand certificates of deposits on which Interest Is paid Notos and bills rediscounted BA0 00 litArb 44 State Or Kentucky County of Lincoln Bet i J 0 Bailey cashier of the adore named Rank do solemnly swear tbnt the above KtHtomvut u true to the beat ol III knowl edge and belief JUlUlLxY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7 day of July 1910 My commlsilon expires Jany 231912 JOHN EDKISTOS N P- 1Y E Perkins JII Collier Curtis Dover Directors Kepori ot The Condition of The Waynesburg Deposit Bank Doing business at Waynesburg Lincoln Y At the close of business June 39 1910 Resources Loans and dllcohnu with one or more endorsers as surety 2179139 IHal estate mortgages Z3A172 Call loans on collateral 235163- U H Donds Other StoaUi Bonds Etc Iffl 01 Due from National Banks 9915 J- U S and Nat Bank notes 175100 Specie 131911 Overdrafts secured 337 22 Taxes t 19 ftj Current expenses paid 9175 Banking house 26001 Furniture and fixtures 19114E 1741610Atpblllties Capital stock wtd In In cash 15nnoxo Surplus fund 1aJ000 Undivided profits 2710 19 Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is not paid 17SJ1 91 Savings Deposits on which In terest Is paid s000 17415 10 State of Kentucky County of Lincoln S B 1 Stanley Mcintosh cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the myknowledgeandSTANLEY 3l Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6 LOOII EXCURS OIl 159CIN- CINNATI AND RETURN SUNDAYJULY SPECIAL TRAIN Lv JmctiM City 556 A M ASK TICKET A6CMT roa MI7IWUBI 1 lh + i No IP1T Report of the Condition ot The National Bask of Hustonvllle at Huitonvilte In the State of Kentucky at the close of business June 3 1910 KK80CIICKA Lon nnd Discounts 1531560 Overdratts ecUrvd and unsecured CM W IT 8 Bonds to secure circulation 25000 00 Premiums on U S Bonds 111 29 banking house furniture nnd Jlx tures 290000 Due from National hank not re servA agents 13Od1- Due tram Htate and Private Banks A hankers Trust Companies and Savings flanks Due from approved reserve agents 29811 63 Cheeks and other club Items 1S3T- OisaooNotes of other National Banks Fractional paper currency nick els nnd cents B0T IT Lawful Money lleserve In hank vlx Specie lllssiao Legol tender note AS 00 157510 Redemption fund with USTreas user 5 per cent of circulation 1200 9216314 JJ LtABILtTIKA Capital Stock paid In= PWHOI- nurplus fund 17AM 00 Undivided proms less expenses and taxes paid 101 S3 National Bank notes outstanding 191000 Due to Htntennd Private flank and Bankers Due from other National flanks Individual deposits subject to check 129111 o JilS814 W- Btatcof Kentucky County of Lincoln u I J W booker Uashlerof the above nanied bans do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the l Nst of my know edKonnd belief J Vf HOOKKH Cashier- HulMcrlbrdandswnrntotieforo mo this 6th day of July 1910 J W Hosklns N P My cuiiiinlsolon expires Knh a 1U12 Correct Attest Edwcl Alcorn J W Powell and J D Depp Directors Report of The Condition of The McKiooeq Deposit Bank Dung business InjW town of McKinney LlncoTn JnatyKy- At t te close of business June 31 1910 Re10ane Loans and discounts withone or uioreendorsers as surety 93049 Reatestatemortgages 12 t50N Time loans on collateral 4950 oi De from National Banks 7IS9 70 Due front Htat Banks and Bankers U H and National Bank Notes M7S 01 Specie l9J9 6d Checks and other cash Items Overdrafts secured 100 Overdrafts unsecured 111 M Current expenses paid Real estate bankinghouse 26090 Furniture and fixtures 253 0 lIlocn 10 Liabilities Capital tock paid 10In cash IU00 00 Surplus fund PO 00 Undivided profits 4110 Deposits subject toclitck on which Interest Is not paid 41794 0 Notes and Bills rediscounted 01 00 6n910 State of Kentucky I Count of f S S I U H Metcnlf clUblr of the jtboro named hank do solemnly swear that the myknowledgehubscrlle and worn to before me this GUI day of July 191- 0KJ Tanner N P My commission Expires Jan 21 Idlt VOocklngDIccton TIE INTERIOR JOURNAL FARMERS D1PARTHIMX For Sale Extra good Jersey milk cow Q D Hopper i For Sale 100 root tobacco bed A It Robbins Stanford Phono 1CH Wanted two good horses five to HeI en jean old must be strictly anunl and good drivers W l Klucald Hditrord KyFOR SALE 13 horse power traction engine comparaUvoly new Run only a short time last eason W L Cordlur Row lard Ky St For Sale 90acro farm well located In Iulaskl county If you are looking for a farm at your own prIce see me F A Ross Kings Mountain Ky For SaloHal dozen nlco thorough tired Black Berkshire boors J T Roberts Hubble 3VI A carload of nlco Western horsea jist received and for sale J N vn Carter 353 Kstray helter came to my place on June 18 Owner can get same by paying for keep and for title ad R 0 Hubble Turnersvlllo S73p Jones A Cress shipped a car load of hogs to Oreen Embry Co of Gin cinnati this week They paid from to 8 12 cents for them Lightning last week killed five fine brood mares three royally bred colts belonging to James B Haggln on his Emendort farm near Lexington SOME KENTUCKY FAIR pATES Lancaster July 273 days Versailles Aug 3I days Danville Aug 33 days Lexington Aug 86 days Tayloravltlo Aug 94 days Uarrodiburfr Aug 94 days Brodbead Aug 173 days August 17 18 nnd 19 have been e- orted as the dates for the Perry lilt fair Shelbyville Aug 234 days London Aug 234 days NicholasVille Aug 303 days Barbourvitle Aug 313 days Monticello Sept 03 day Glasgow Sept 284 days State Fair Louisville Sept 12fi days H Ba Northcott LANCASTER KY BUYER OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford Branch T K Tudor Mgr WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR Riga per dM ue Hens per lb 1010Hc Fryers per lbt HJ Turkeys per Ib 310 ItHooJters7CGinsengYellow Root per Ib jlJl 25 tlME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE We can please you Phone 153 YANKEE DOODLES PONY was all tight because he had g601I harness How about your steed Wouldnt n now harness for the 4th nriKo him look a sight better We hove Just the set to suit him and to suit you nnd your pocketbook Sad dies as well both for pontes and full sized horses Come see and admire J C McCLARY Stanford Ky Stock For Sale I have for salen bay mare ilulo 7 years old and weighs pounds Mound nod good worker Aluo hUrUArt 6 years oid Works any where have Ionilrivlug her Mite U sound and ln fair sad dire lIUAII veNN llustonvllle S n CARTERN- ow Livery OopotStreetPhone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 200000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices- I have 200000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and oth er building purposes at reasonable prices Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want and I can suit youWALKER OWENS Pongo Ky Shipping Point Mt Veernonk- l4iz6r + u ML 4 n j FRIDAY JULY 8 1011 1 1 1 t ii 0 II e tiS s ew- a e I aLWe 1i iet 1 A new and uptodate lino of odd trousers and to make you look well r dressed with them you should wear i I a nice pair of the Crossett Oxford ISt Also Ladies Oxfords Vici Kid Pat I ent Leather and Swede I e iGlofhing l When you buy cloths from us Ir i you can rest assured t 1st you tire raperfect style SinOur hat departmeUt is now more- S than ever We have to e StrawYacht f i before you buy il ISAM ROBINSON J STANFORD KY I Get My Price On g House PaintW = Screen Wire Cloth Cultivators Hoes and I and other farming I implementsI iL L SANDERS IUj Crab Orchard Kentucky It 1 It you have anything t 11- in the STOCK Take to Stock Yards lie bupand sel a every day in the 4 j year Sunday ou your stock Best u the State with plentof eed and water best pens of Louurillo or LexingLonI STANFORD KY We also do a general hitch anti feed busincj w L MCARTYPrM E 0 WALTON Prca L R HUG tT Stanford Estate Co Stanford KentucKy Farms ami Town Property Handled on CommiMoti anti Bonds SuM If you Have Property to Sell or Iteut Notify Us Write for Circular to L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky G aooe GG itIY fiS f oe 1aaea11117ke 31 ltat The Winning Feature of The i OVE R LAND CAR Ir I t S Is Its Simplicity stir 1 t W t 0Ifi p Anyone CanLcarn to ij4 Run it Operates C on Gears WifiViQ f LINe NunnelleyJs New except tiring market covered outside liESS Real Stock G Font Only Three o itIts the Auto for all the i Family for any Girl or 7 t Woman can Run it as b Easily as a Man Just Let us Prove this to You ci C P Cecil WalterDunn IAGENTS Phone us For It Free Demonstration Danville Ky V oa i 1